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NO. 209— EICHTY-THIRD YEAR 



VICTORIA, BRITISH COl.l MBIA, EDNESDAY, ALCCST 13, 1911 



FOURTEEN PACES 



OFFENSIVE CHECKED Decorated by the King 







OF GERMAN DIVISION 



Another Kouleii., Ruf»tiian« Report, After Battle 
for RuilHay Slalioa^— DelaiU in (Communiques 
of Scattered Aetionn Show Coura|^e 
and Tena<;ity of RuH^ian TroopH 

M OSCOW, Aug. 13 (Wednesday) (/P). — The 68th German 
Infant^ Division has been annihilated alter a long 
battle in which 7,500 Naxis were killed or wounded, the 
Russians announced today. The announcement of this engage- 
ment was made in a supplement to the regular early morning 
communique, which said comparative calm had fallen upon the 
•astern front generally, indicating, observers said, that the Red 
army has checked the third German offensive. 

DMtructlon ol the SSth Nasii - 

Division, the Russians said, camrlww |^irfB1|^ lET 
after another Oermsn dlvulon had lj| |l^|^|la l^l 
been routed Ui a battle for an un- ||| IIV |l■|| IIV 

disclosed railway station. i 1*1 UflllU IM 

The Oermans bald the sution, • imil? 

the crffknsl Soviet acrount satd. with I IIJ|-I i|lll\/ 

an SS. mark Shut) division, plus I Q|fl|r Q|1 |W| I 

Swo reflmenu of a "Vlkinf" division Ls/llllJLrf llllnll 

supported by tanks sod srtUlery. 

These forces were muted and the o i « « ^ n..» 

•SLh destroyed when a tried to re- J3p3neS6 P I 3 fl P ( R Q lO Put 

lake the etauon Large Fopce Into Indo- 

AMM TV%SmO BACK 

Meanwhile. Moerow wes the object 
n. u,, .llKk by 0»r- 

B,»n .ir r,ld«. but .n ott.cW Commbbd b pl.m..n, to 

dwn^em .bid bU ..r, Wm«l Imlo-Chin., 

bbck b.Jor. rebchln, th. cpltbl. 

Th, bbrly momln* owimunlqu. bodlb, bdjolrun, th. border or Th.l- 
•bld th.r. wb. nothliw bnportbht „„„ „ .uthorllbtlv.ly 

to report from the front tonight 

It was the first time since the pyjrelgn observers agreed that Uw 
war began that a communique failed 

enter Thailand when 

Cenilneed on Page S. Celanui S they are organtsed and prepared to 




J3p3nese PIsnntng to Put 
Large Force Into Indo- 
china 

MANILA, Aug 13 — The Japa- 

nese High Command is planning to 
place IM.OOO troops in Indo-Chma, 
^he majority of them In West Cam- 



DIE OF KENT 
HAS BEST DAY 



Climbing, Riding and Swtm- 

mina Fill Day of Recrea- ^ me Japanese *rm> ¥ rlCHY. France, Aug. 12 Vichy-controlled France 

^».nn T T V/ joined Germany in full collaboration tonight a. Marshal 

t,on at Jasper ^;;i.u..^^d _ V ,, J 

fke of Kent looiam was JKpendlng ^ *T^mch army in indo-Chtna , . ® 



meet British troops now stailnned 
In Burma and British Malaya, 
along the West and NorthweAiem 
Thai border. 

The number of troopA the Japa- 
nese are reported planning to move 
into Indo-Chlna ta far greater than 
has previously been mentioned 
rO.MFLETELY OTCl'PIED 
’^Inrio-Chm* has been completely 
occupied by the Japanese army 



Miss Jane Drummond Leaves Buckingham Palace After Being Deco- 
rated by the King With the Medal of the Bntish Empire. Mus Drum- 
mond is a ^end Engineer in the Bnttsh Mercantile Marine. 

Retain Accepts 
German Pattern 
Of Collaboration 

\’irhy (vO\crnm(*nt Joins Na/in in PlanA for 
Kuropran Rrorganization — Harlan Ciivrn Full 
(ionlrol of Frrnrh Mili(ar\— Srnatp and 
(Jiuinhrr of Dtqmlir^ to lie Eliminaird 



• n inforikal evening in his own|^“ liquidated as a military 

re iln »lih members of his suff 1 PTofesiilonal French soldiers 

after completing a strenitous day orj**^*** officers and men. entered 
mountain climbing, rtdlng and ' CAtnpa In th* Interior and their 
ssimmtng | confiscated and placed 

For ow.t or the day he aad In- ' ^ *hlch Japanese soldiars 

•perior Jamas ENins. ol Scotland 

Yard, were on the heavUy wooded „ AT AAIGON 

slopes of g.OOO-feet-hlgh fiignal ... 

Mowlam. On th. climb u> the ' Aug. ‘3 .Fj.-A Toklo 
peak they spent about seven hours. I by NBC 
returning to Jasper Park Lodge ! ^ Japanese 

about 5.00 pm PBT Monday the I ihe harbor of 

pair spant a good part of tha Indo-Chlna and that au- 

eUmbmg about halfway un WhisUer of the Japanese occupying 



the world. 



Mnuntain forces and French military and civil i 

lUDM ON NfW TRAIL esiablishmenU went aboard to greet TORONTO A<»g 13 iCP» Mystery 
RIDRA ON NKW TRAIL admiral to command tAnitiM shrouded the whereabouu 

Not content with thU energetic ^ broIdc«lT.T iJil-d on dls- ^ Toron.o mining 

undertaking, the Duka spent one c^nUnoed eo Pac* t CaliuBD t ' •ttagnaie and cln«e fr#*nd of Premier 
hour to the saddle before dining to •« I’M* *. Celomn t Hepburn and thereby con- 

tha main dtotog-room of the lodge ,„riiiir sia.i/ to the uncertainty sur- 

H. rode ^th Air Commy ro Blr I 0 .yirUV \ \\U rounding Premier Hepburn's sn- 

Louis Oretg. of tha Royal A r ; |Je|Ja f lUll I Llill\ nounred offer to go to England to 

over the new Bawduat Trail which i I ik- ^ 

MAY BE BROKEN 

fort dinner the Duke wound up hu UllUllLlI i Hepburn .faled last night at St 

busy day wtlh anothar swim in Lac [ Catharines that his offer to go to 

Beauvert. 8lm» his arrival in Jas - 1 Major Crisis Deveiepn In French- l.ondon hart been made lo B«'*ke'; 



— - j Peuin eighty-flve-year-nki Chief 

a a s ir ■ITl'T* P*fl Xrt Ntaie. announced the momentous 

MAY Itllll III! Ill in si broadcast address to 

lTI/1 I llul UU lU frankly admitted to hU 

uneasy nation that hu own pro- 

11 fl IT I I HI IT III f'*'* the regeneratkto of 

tlKII/lll\ Al All ^hce had failed, and contended 
Ulll I rill f rl I MLilj French democracy was dead— 

I In fact never had lived in the North 

Bicksll Lb3vcs Aircrsfl Mtn' i-fj ficht rcst'Ia 

istry. Making Premier Hep- He aligned France squardy be- 

hlirn'q Plane linpprtain Germany in her flght against 

ourn s rians uncenam R,usi, » n,hi which tonight found 

' the German legions piercing deeper 
TORONTO Aug 13 KF Mystery mto the Ukraine to what Peiam 
tonight shrouded the whereabouu cgijed -gigantic tasks to develop- 
of J P BickrU, Toronto mining | menu to the ^t .he suongly ac- 
magnaie and cln«e frlknrt of Premier i rented the phrasei to defence of a 
Miicliell Hepburn and thereby ron- nvUiallcm and whirh can change 



tritniled to the uncertainty sur- 
rounding Premier Hepburn’s an- 



llte map of the world ' 

What courw the collaboration will 



I nounred offer to go to England to f,ge not staled The German- , 
I Uke a post with the Ministry of controlled press of Paris has been' 
I Aircraft Production clsmoring for weeks, however, for 

I Hepburn •'sled last night at 8t joint German-French defence of 
I Catharines that his offer to go to Continoed »n Page g. ( olumn 4 



par Sunday, ha has maintained a 
achadoia of kwo dtps dally in this 
baauUful but icy laka. 

With dinner, tha Ehikt practically 



AmeHcsn RelatlAne— Holl's 
Fean Confirmed 



I In the British ministry Today 
I Hepburn Aauj he might not be going 

I NO IkONOCH WITH MINI.STRV 
'1 It was announ'-ed in London today 



liritain and 

With dinner, tha Duka oracttcally 1 ^ ASHING TON Aug 13 A . I ^ • ,*• 

•ompleted hU programma to Jasper, major crisis developed tonight in .h.t’^urn MVUSSifI twIlC 

He antared the main dining-room of ^anco-Amerlcan reUUofu. and pre- Airpm#. MinufrJ .oh u » 4 

th* lodge with flra members of hW dirtlons were heard on Capiui Hill “r. /I *S .S 1/ tU #1 CP S 

aufl and after they had dined the th»l the United States would break k J 

group netlrad to the Duke s cabin dlpJornaOc links with Vichy and ^ ^ n 1” ' 

to spend th# ramalndar of the eve- perhap* take over such strategic Binteii deflnliely ANKARA Aug 13 <A»- Britain 

ntog there la an Informal gather- Trench poaarMtons as the Island of returned to Canada, and In- jurd Ruwua announced today that 

Martinique. j quirVs at BickeUs Toronto home mey had given lo Turkey formal 

Secretary of State Cordell HuJl. offices in New York failed to sssurancea that neither has designs 

rvevg-* g'lifm gif ■If' clearly hinted that his worst feari whefeaboms ,-, 1 , Dardanelles and would 



Lonaon said 'hat Binteii deflnliely ANKARA Aug 13 ‘/P- Britain 
had returned to Canada, and In- ju^d Russia announced today that 
qmrVs at BwkeU* Toronto home mey had given lo Turkey formal 



Pll/rP PI IIP I cieariy niniea mat pu worst rean mf Dardanelles and would 

III III IlIVll I I III had been confirmed by the elevation After a Cabinet courKll tn To- scrupulously observe Turkey's ler- 

UUU UIILiU ULULi I of Vice-Admiral Jean Darlan to ronlo today. Premier Hepburn said rHorla! integrUy. 

v*«A n I ri rtiini&lP '■uprema command of France's cryptically, 1 may not be going to In addliicin they declared tliai, 

III Xil|| |-|M|||M|| armed force* and other Indications . England at all . . . t may stay fully appreciatmg the desire of 

lU Ultll 1 IlsUlllU of French oollaborauon with HltJer i here." Turkey not to beixune involved in 

' war " both are ready "to accord ail 

Farmee W.cwvev* Wrecked FUne FX a. I I i awisUnrt In the event 

W-hea Prt^Brtf^H.me Bit DC^tll 1 3KCS rOriTlCr ! Europ*si>^ •***‘‘^'‘* bf 

Governor-General of ARMOR PLATING 

strpune led to Iht discovery of the] d . d d lltMl I L/1 I mU 

Canada in England IN PRODUCTION 

l.sn pllou and radio af&eers lost; ~ ■ l•UUUVIIU11 

Iheir lives on Sunday, il wss dis- 
closed toiughL The* Marqiipwh of ^ illiiiffdon Srrvrd in Ihjininion Dfiii Fre« 

The fata of tha plqne was un- ,, srso* . trsoi n i i « lo C.r.E. Shops at 

known for iwentv-four hours al - 1 "roiU IV^O lo I V,i I— noilllfirfl (Hit 1,011^ Monlrewl 

Uiough tha wrerkatf lay within; Carrrr in InfliM ah Virrrov ' 

two miles of a riUaga and tha vil- ^.arrrr in innia an YirrroY MONTREAL Aug igCPi-Bju,- 

lagerw had haard th* noise of tha I , cess Alice wife of Canads'i Oov- 

anglnes. ¥ ONDON. Aug. 12 <CP).— The Marqueaa o( WiUingdon. for- wwor-Oeneral. premed * button 

On Monday a farmer saw hia dog I ^ner Governor-General of Canada, Viceroy of India and '****'^ “»• 

with a bit of the plana to hto mouto ^ne of Britain a outftandmg public aervanu. died today. Cmipany 

aga at ih. bottom of a hollow ^ comparatively .hort illneaa from pneumoma, but h "T/T**** * *’!!? ‘’iT** 

'rrsrtsvva inr A 'TT TDITG ****” *" ill-health since last Winter when he vrent to nit t i^thmiMh * 

TODAY^S FEATURES South America aa leader of a British trade miaaion. He had -tk- .w. 



had been confirmed by the alevaUon 1 After a Cabinet courKll tn To- scrupulously nbeervr Turkey s ler- 
of Vice-Admiral Jean Darlan to ronto today. Premier Hepburn said rHorlal integrUy. 
i luprema command n( France'! | cryptically. '1 may not be going to In addlUcin thev declared tliai. 
armed force* and other Indications . England at all . . . t may stay fully appreciaimg the desire of 
. of French oollaborauon with HltJer i her#.** Turkey not to beixune involved in 

' war " both are ready "to accord ail 
I w I ^ tuppon and assistance In the event 

Death lakes rormer 



T-'v I w I ^ tuppon and assistance In the event 

Death lakes rormer • 

Governor-General of MOR PUTINO 
Canada in England IN PRODUCTION 



From 192(> lo 1931 — Roiimlrfl Out I-oofc 
(.arrrr in India an Virrrov 



lo C.r.lL Khega al 
Mon trawl 

MONTREAL Aug 13 CF — Byli)- 
cess Alice wife of Canada's Oov- 



L ONDON. Aug. 12 <CP).— The Marqueaa of Willingdon. for- t^mor-Oeneral. prsnsed a button 
tner Governor-General of Canada, Viceroy of India and *he Angus Shops of the 

one of Britain's outftandmg public servmiu, died today. Fsciftr Rahway Crojpany 



Ck. ....Jinr. Fag. *o producikm Of SLda. new medium 

rwlberiaow aa Brt4ga...^.Fag* 4 1 Willingdon. tall and dis- appointed Viceroy of India, a poal- infantry tanks. The Bart of Ath- 

B«torUl* ....a. .Fag* 4 UntuHhrtl looking became Oov- Uoo he was qualified to fill due to lone and other members of hU 

yriM„c« ...Fag* | antor-OaneraJ of Canada In 1935. *»bny Fcan he had spent earlier ; party taw five of thme steel charg- 

Badto Frogrwasaa Faga 15 1 gueceodlng Lord Byn^ He wa* the Oovemcr of Bombay and Madras ; era, Jmt off th* assembly line and 

*llil»bewrd ■— woe** Fag* 14 Rrrt OQv*mor-0«tiaral who repra- I*M. at the and of hi* term , dull to thalr new khaki paint, going 

•htoptag and Tv*v*4 Fag* 3 aantod tha King and not th* Brtt- , Ykeroy o< India, ha wa* made | through their pace*. 

Apart ..Fag* • ' lah Government, a itataa TeaulUng ••'^***' *• ^ Cinque Fnits and The Oovamor-Oanerars visit to 



•wetot Naias Faga 5 1 from the Imperial Cooferanc* of 1 Iha Order of Bt 

Thminm ... Faga 5, 1*85. Michael and « Oaorge 

W ms«b> Chiha .^.........Fag* 1 Flw yoara lator. Is 11*1, ha waa] CmiUaaag m Faga t. rsl— a 3 



through their pace*. 

'nta Oovamor-Oanerars vlili to 
the Angus Shops eulmlnatod a brief 
tour of the war induatrtea ta Mont- 
r*ql district 



From Europe 

THE TIMES. London 

Nru'i. *nd Ccmmtnf on /nr#rn«- 
tionm Bt'rnt$- from Tht 

Timei dotty and pubtiihtd tn 1 ht 
Dotty Colonitt by tprcisl orrsnge- 
menr with Tht Voncouiw 0*iJ|/ 
Provinc*. 



ICvarrwbl. IHI. Sr Ovuitasm C«-> 

LONDON, Aug 13 <By Cable i. ~ ' 
What is now becoming battle 1 
for the Ukraine, where me Nazis I 
are attempting a drive for Odessa. 1 
will call for all of Marshal Bud- | 
yenny'i skill tn manoeuvring, says 
The Times correspondent on the 
German frontier. 

German spokesmen, who claimed 
the decisive defeat of the Red forces | 
on this front a fortnight ago, are | 
again anncmnclng big victories. 

Undoubtedly Hitler need.'i suc- 
casses not only to allay discontent ' 
at home but also to impress the 
Vichy Government with the neces- 
sity of giving hun what he needs 
to .North Africa. 

• • 4 

ActiiaU.v, all RuKuan posmona 
around Kiev are technically held. , 
Farther south, one Nazi group has 
passed the River Bug and Is now 
reported forty miles froi^ Nicolaiev 
on the Black Sea. The battle around 
Smolensk rsges without definite 
' rosulu. 

Marshal Voroahllov is easily hold- ] 
' tog all front* north of Leningrad. 

' on the Ukraine froot is the 
I threat to Russian poMtIons serious 
I Marshal Budyenny, for the first 
, umr. faces the danger of isolation 
and he may haw to withdraw his 
troops from the Dnieper region for 
the protection of the tmporiant in- 
I dusmal area in the Donets basin. 

« • g 

! From Btockhnlm. The Times cor- 
respondent reports that Ui« Red 
leaders expect th* third phase of 
the preaeni battles will lake the 
form of desperate Nazi assaults In 
which the Invaders will throw 
everything they pnasess. 

llieae batUea should be decisive 
and settle whether the enemy is 
likely 10 capture Leningrad. Moscow 
or Kiev before Winter ends major 
i operations. 

9 4 9 

Flngi.^h reports mention ■ new 
Soviet dive bomber whose existence 
no one suspected The Soviet sir 
force conttouRs to bomb Berlin and 
the German from, much to the ctoi- 
fualoD of Berlin officials, who had 
annouiKed that Ruiwlan air power 
was ahattwred 

• • • 

The Naxis' greaiest needs now are 
t«ne and petrol They hope to cap- 
ture Kiev and Odessa and use them 
later for Black Sea operations that 
would enable them to setxe the 
Baku Oil wells. 

With a major success in South- 
ern Ukraine. Hitler would proclaim 
the Ukrainian independence, fore- 
swear aU ImperiaJutlc designs and 
make the Ukraine a full Axis part- 
ner Thus, he would obtain the 
means of exploiting the Ukraine's 
vast natural and industrial wealth 

Howeror, the new Soviet -eduraled 
generation to the Ukraine shows no 
slgtu of accepung any such posi- 
tions under Germany 

y.S, ARMY BILL 
PASSES HOUSE 

Messure Adds Eighteen 
Months lo Service Term 
Of Draftees 

WASHINGTON Aug 12 - Bi 

the breath-taking margin of a single 
vote the House of Representative* 
tonight passed the United State* 
Army SenTre Extension BUI. 

With the rhamber tense and 
hushed Speaker Ravburn announced 
(he rexult as 303 to 303 for the 
measure Repreaentatlro Short from 
the Republican enrnremee table 
Immediately demanded a reeapiiula- 
Uoft whKh Ravburn granted the 
recapitulation, a form of recount 
showing the same result 

In Its final form, the bill called 
for an eighteen-month extension of 
the service of draftees National 
Guardsman reeervisU and army en- 
listed personnel 

WOll.D tiBANT BOM S 

It also wmUd grant a IIO bnnua 
for each month spent in the army 
bei-ond twelve In addition. li re- 
moved the limitation of 900 000 upon 
th* number of draftee* who may be 
simultaneously in the army All 
then* provlsiens were included In 
tth* bill passed by the Senate last 
week 

TWF measure Is now expected to 
go to a Senate-Houfte conierenoe 
rtJnimlttee which wiiJ iron out 
minor difference* in th* leguiaiion 
as It pa** i»d the two chambera 
Under tha usual ConqyMrtnnal rules 
matter approved by both Hmiaes 
cannot be strteken from th* bill to 
conference 

riiAgnr.D into nr«r 

NORFOLK Va, Aug 13 .Ah — 
I^B5l*y Field oOcers reported today 
thrt* United Btates army rtyert war* 
mlartng and tndlcatad th*y probably 
•wr* ooewpAxits of a plan* whNh 
erashad Into th* surf a faw hundred 
yard* off Virginia Beach last night. 
Thoa* mlaatng are Second Uatiun- 
ant Adrian J. Wlloomb the pilot: 
Sergeant Alien Roger* and Frivat* 
Fhlllp It Whatiar. 



DAYUGHT AnACK OF WAR 



Former (Governor of 
Dominion Ip Dead 




.MARQVeSK or WILLINGDON I 

F 'ORMER Governor • General of 
Canada aitd Viceroy of India , 
died yesterday Tn Londmi, cloi>ing a 
long and dlcttoguished career to , 
public service. 

PILOTS DIE 
IN ACCIDENT 



Hiindreiih of Bombers and Fi^literw Hammer 
Tar^eU in Wehlern (»ermaiiy and France— Two 
(!ol<»fEiie Power Stations Bombed at Point- 
Blank Ran^re Twenty Aircraft Lost 

Berlin Raided at ISifrht; 
Enemy Craft Over Britain 

B erlin, Aug. 13 (Wednesday) (AP). — For tht 
third consecutive night more than 4,C>00,()00 Ber- 
liners rushed to air raid shelters last night as 
sirens announced the approach of enemy planes. 

An announcement claimed that “a limited number** 
of explosive bombs fell on residential sections of tht 
city, killing and wounding an unspecified number of 
persons. 

Though the communique failed to indicate the 
identity of the planes which attacked Berlin, it said 
that British air raiders had bombed several places in 
Western, Central and Northern Germany. 

NAZIS ATTACK IN WAVES 
LONDON, Aug. 13 (Wedneaday) (CP).— The German*, 
Ktung into action by yeaterday'* biggest Royal Air Force day- 
light raid of the war. sent wave* of attacker* over England laat 
night and early today. 

The early arrival* came in small number* over East Anglia, 
South Wales, the North and West Midlands, and th* Northeaat 
and Northwest, but later they began coming in waves over the 
Midlands. Casualties and damage were reported from one East 
Midlands town. 



T ♦ Ta.a OKU Cacpu LONDON. Aug. 12 (CP). — Britain tent hundreds of bomb- 
IWenty-IWO n.A.r. rerry fighters, including the new twin-engined Whirlwind*. 

Personnel Killed tn Pisne llo hammer Germany and th* French-occupied coast today in 
Proch in Drifain '<1^* greatest Royal Air Force daylight raid of the war. 

Lrssn in oniam _ — . pemtTstrd im mu** or m# 

MONTREAL. Aug. 13 <P» -Twan Af.AIM nPMAW Cologne power xtaHonx Indicilive 



MONTREAL. Aug. 13 -Twen 
ty-two men. eight of them irom 
Canada, died to the rrs»h of an sir- 
plane tn the United Kingdom last 
Sunday. It wiw> announced today 
The announcement was made here 
at the headquarters of the Royal 
Air Ftorce perry Command, which 



AGAIN DEMANDS 
CDNSCRIPTION 



of th* extant of their aweep waa 
the fact that (hr Air Mini.otry en- 
nmincert the loss of twelve BU-n- 
heun bombers and eigh' fiahtars. 
Four German fighter* were d*- 
strwed 



Legion President Wants the 

..'t, no lurth^'. Prime Minister to Take p'*"- 



The announcement gave no further 
dctaila aside from the death list 
The dead Included eleven cap- 
tain* ten radio operalors and one 
flying engineer. They all were men 
who undertake the work of flylnt 



People Into Confidence | 

8T CATHERINBB Ont Aug 13 
•CP> —The demand of the Canadian , 



first tolimation that the new planet 
were ready for service They ■r# 
Biitish built and powered hv Rolls- 
Royce Merlin engine* 

MANY TARGf.TN ATTK KCD 
Mass fonnaitnns nf Blenheifna 



American-made bomber* to Great f« cor^pilon was high - Ryme American - built 

Britain from Canada ^ Lnc Dominion prcsldeni to plana* struck at objeeUve* 

ris-r't IMS Tn < (iM\is wT ^ addreia to the twelfth m Cologne Fortrense* aUo at- 

• ‘ * biennial conrentloo of th* Ontario 1 tacked Emden and an airdrome at 

Offlnals of the Ferry Command command of the Canadian Legion. i>, Kooy 
twre derttoed to comment ^ the .^he president. Alex Walker, of Other bomber, fnllowed up th* 
whlfher^ih!^irl^nt Calgary, aald "there will be no let daylight altacka with a raid tonight 

- . , ' up in Ihe efiorta of th* Legion for on th# shlpj'ards st Le Trait Franc* 

ro e rom enn nen mlroducllon of sclenUflc mwoi- An aolhorltallve statement said a 



A London dispatch reporting Ihe ^ wealth and dirert hit waa registered on a ship 

crash, however led to belief here mdiwlry for an all-out effort to beat to a slipway and that on* German 
that the plane had been^nd frw ^ stand* for" 1 fighter waa dmlreyad by aarortlng 



this side of the Atlantic The report 
Mid the plane, described as of the 
rontlnued an Fagr 3, < olumn 5 



He said regarding cnnju-rlpUon. fighter* 



and the Irtlion's stiltude toward It 
surely It will be heard and heeded 



To reach Cotogne. hedge-hopping 
Blenheims ntten flew aa low aa 106 



j Nothing but an unqualified 'yes' will Ministry said 111 #* 

\1 r\4U i rr I o «UAfy the people of Canada , escorted acros* the Ohannel 

ly U in Ln a I b w„RR,M, *„o, T RTRIKM 

^ swarms. Including tha Whirlwinds, 

IJ nn rn rn m 1 »♦ ^ met them over Antwerp on their 

i 1 OCl'f iA> i f Uffi\^n Canada, it we ar* to let them ba<.g 

TIC u : ^ jt''" - PM. i . 

/ / V I tl 1 P T pulling our weight In the aar | 

a # S' t- ^ :nkly. I am worried about .strike* 



way back 

ronilawed *n Face 1. C'olumti 3 



ll\wlll Mk Mr Kin. to prepare a |jri|7|rQ \i/l| I 
WAKHINOTON Aug 13 'rt - The I J statement and take the people nri/ir.| |ll|l 
silenre from the yacht pniomar on ! of ’= T-.'.i Into his confidence sl-<l LU il ILL* 

which Preairteni Roofwvelt U mak- There , a IJiUe too much huah-huah j g^f\ I nKinnil 

ing a vacation cruise extended well tn Canada " I. II l|| l|l^|l||M 

ly.,»na H. thW d., Ihu .tt.n.<x,n Mr w.lk.r >«d lor .n Ml) I U LU lUU 1 

N.r, p,™ otBcrr. tf,, ^ C.n.dl.n ton*. I L,UML»Ul 1 

pa-iiament sum- 

Z^.h. “n.;r »rT, rv.n;:rrr. Z' "’ 0 ''ed to Meet to Discuss 

.k.. , If they needed help they could Far EaSiflm Cf S S 



al the expected hour, about 4 pm < 
‘BDTi. Nothing has been heard i 
from the Presidential party since ^ 
Saturdau morning, and In the inter- ' 
venlng period rumors, attll com- 1 
pletaly unconfirmed continued to He u 



they needed help they could 



Far Eastern Crisis 



pletaly unconfirmed continued to He told the gathertng that prf*i. bydNKY. Aug 13 <9» - Prime 
rirculaie of a meetirvg between Mr fl^nt Roosevelt would be asked to Minuter Robert Menxtes ha, bean 
Ronaevelt and Prime Minuter Win - 1 accept an honorary life fhembarshlp asked by the Australian Cabinet to 
ston Churchill in the Canadian Legion , hasten to London (or ceviniltatlona 



ston Churchill 



Famed Airmen Art 
Among R.A.F. Flyers 
Reported as Missing 

^ inf{-(!m<lr. ()ou$cla« Baclrr, ILS.O., I).F.(!.; 
Fll. Ll. K. S. Fork, P.S.O., D.F.C., ami F.O. , 
W. L. Mcknight, U.Fo(^, in (^Hiialty Lint 

. . . _ _ I 

I ONDON. Aur 12 <CP).— Flying Officer Williim L Mc- 
^ Knight, O.F.C., of Calgary, one of the tofy-ranking fightar 
pilots of the Royal Air Foret, who vvas credited with a 
bag of twenty-three enemy planes, tonight was liated at miaa- ' 
ing and presumed killed. I 

HU paranu were advised ha was : » shooting down four | 

muaiitg last Jamury 14 - as s remit i planes In two diya F.O McKnlght i 
I of air oprraiion on January IS." and , roeeti ad tha b^ to hU DF C Orto- i 
|hu toclaeWwi in umight'a casually bar 4 1940. for ibooUnc down sUi 
list which contained the names of pj,n«s in thiraen weeks Tha clU- 

ri'*! lndteate.1 uon said ha "proved hlmaeU to b* a 

that hope he m«> have been wvetl -wim— .* , 

or fe . prlnnr.' h» tom obudonM i . 



H- Wto . »rmtor of ito ».e.lW *" «>«>>• 

-An-C«vMl«- opiMlron of U» “ * “x* •— cloto 

RAF under command of Bqdn § 

Utr Dnuglas Badev ataa roportad I The Air Mtoirtry't aevamv- 
mbwir« ' *rvar,th cMualty Hat eootainad 455 

I PO. McKnlght rana^ad tba DTX:. I CwwUmM m Faga t. Cotmmm 5 



hasten to London (or conmltationa 
with British ofIVriala as a result of 
the gravity of the Far East crisis 
He made thU announcement t<^ 
day while aummnning parliament to 
meet at Canberra August 30 a week 
earlier than planned 
Mr Menrie*. did not indKata Im- 
mediately whether he wotild go to 
Lwidon. but titat he probably will 
was implied tn hla statement 
"No delayv will be oocaaioned In 
Australia's war effort by the ab- 
sence of one man who win In any 
event need to devote the whole of 
hu energies to the overaea* work and 
ra a po n aibllUj '' 

ON1.T RBTP.NTI.r RKTI R.NKD 
Hie Frtma Minister only recently 
retuimed from an extendi^ stay In 
London and visit to Ansae forma 
tn th* UMktu Burt 
Cabtnat members and Oppoauton 
leaders, mciudlng Labor Leader John 
Curtin and former Prim* Mtnutar 
Jamas H BeuUtn. wwra In oonfldaB- 
Ual dlaciMBlrwM with Mr Merudaa 
and *«ra tnformad la detail of the 
exisung BituaUan Thia aeUon waa 
battevad Rkaly to clasp all Farlla- 
mantary rank* m a vnUlad front. 

Th* PTiaaa Mtniatar will outUn* 
Far ttat davalopma n to at * sanwl 
aaa si o n of FarUaawBk aflar which 
Mr Curtin ta axpaetad to a*k tAbor 
Party mambara to a pr^ 

pnaal of full su pport to ttw Oovam- 
manl while tha srtoto iaat*. 








THE DATLY COLONIST, VICTORIA. B.C., WEDNESDAY. Al’C.L'ST 13, 1941 



Conservative Leaders Meet Organizer 





Choice of National 
Leader Task Before i 
Conservative Party 

Gordon Graydon^ M.l*., National (.hairman. Says 
Convention, Selection of Permanent <!hirflain 
and Formulation of Policies Are Objectives 

T he summoning of ■ national convention, choica of • 
permanent leader and rehabilitation of the Conaervative 
party in Canada are the immediate objective* for which 
Conaervative worker* are striving acroaa Canada, and in the 
national intereat of all, Gordon Graydon. M.P., chairman of the 
National Conaervative Aaaociation. said yesterday upon hi* 
arrival here to meet Federal and local official* of the party. 

Connervanve member for Peel but I c.uuwt Rive an miertm report 
Coun^ Ontario. Mr OraMJon had until X have been around the *hol* 
luncheon with some twenty-five oi* lerrilory. Thu »til be my ei*Jrily- 
ficlaU of the party drawn from eiRhth meeiine with di*»r»ct Con- 
PVderal and other organUtatkma In'aervelhe onanntation*. and after 
this area, before going on lo Na- 1 thu 1 will go to Nanaimo and then 
naimo and AlberrU, where he was to Albeml. 

meet hla eighty-ninth and ninrueth ' 'W# are attemptmt to rehabiUUte 







Lieutenant-Governor 
Honored by Officers 
At Farewell Dinner 

Grateful for Opportunity of Serving as Honorary 
Prenidmt of I'nilrd Services Institution, Mr. 
Hamber Says — Praist's Organization 



GIRDLES nd 
CORSELETTES 






of Vancouvar laland ar* t‘ e •ound .oon* O! pat;..M . - to 
th« Empira, Liautenant-Goveraor E. W. Hamber told an 
pplauding audience of active and retired officer* of the three 
aervice* when the inatitution tendered him a farewell dinner at 
the Empraaa Hotel laat night. 

In thanking Ool. H T. Ooodland, t V D : Ool H T Ooodland, C B 
chalnnan.^ hu Intmduclory re-lDBO; Copimodorr W J R Baerh 




r.--. u. 0- u«u.u.u» ,0, cTH'n.^r;; 



I 



opportunity of -rvrng aa lu honor- 
ary prtaldem durlnt hla term of D8 0. MC. ADC 
office a* Ueuienam-Oovarnor. 

rririrr.. CARRY NG WAR 

and you murt gukU ih* people to Ui ilia* * *» eaa 

many, many waya I have met yi|p rfinUCD 

many aervUwmen. m^anlaatu^ |l| IiIL UUi IILK 



^ tom^cr^ th. four Wea.rn | ^ ^ ^ ^ I ^ ^th.-”=r th'^— ‘ 



provinces, 

Praaent at tha luncheon glvao in 



proaacuUon of the war. An puoue 
matter imch a* the reorganltatlon 
I or a party muat be directly related 



SutharUnd Brown, Mr. Oraydon. an d Senator R. P. Gr—n. | ^ been raally out- 

nr ixii nrilAirrP of npe totellectual atummenta and and general unrest were rife. Partly gmiiauoii* wUl show their loyalty Alb6rtfl Health AuthoritiCS k*— -- i 

Ir A H Kl Mill Ln chsnn of manner wlucb capuvated on thU account he wd wherever the Jttoi* repreaenuuv# Qff , M n ifT 

ULrtlll IlLmUILU encountered, a large e«tent relied <m toe ato- ^ Hamb« ^ \ 

CnDUCD r.nVCDAinD m #duc*tlon muntog and influence pUne for travel, awlfier and aafer. ^ BUDOniC PlaQUe RiMJil.lISllHli I 

rUKMtK UUf tKIlUn he =!« and Cambridge at their He mUe ..jt ^ hard for the pubUc." he 

‘ conunued. • u> understand to. re- FDMONTON. Aug. » <p> -In an MMfm 

ConUnaed from Pag. I GeMr'.7rol toJ wnfuTuS annom^ed toroovernmenf. toien- sponslbUUla. of a to elimlra.e any danger of an 

He IS succeeded by hu only eur- ^roae durmi toe larm Oon to take a firm Une. and at to. * PwpM Ihtok ^ 

viving son, VUcouni Haundon., ^ lotj, Byng. that gallant aoldwr earn. tlm. mad. “ SL^dmL’art to go ^d op.n .uthoritt.. and Ihe .w ki* ■ 



Anacomb. Brigadier J Sutherland . 

Brown and other* repreaenUng toe , ' 

Pr»,.l.nt o. H 

and eaecuUve members of the Vic- '* '• 

tofla Coo#er\aUve AaaorlaUon and P**'*®^ 

membera of toe Victoria Women a i NATIONAL KLRWCZ 

Conservative Asaoelatlon The] Th. butldmg of a ilrong oppcai- 



MACDONALD’S 

r wniooM I 

1 1 



Take Steps to Ward Off 
Bubonic Plague 



luncheon, which wa* private was 1 oon parry in Canada u a major na- *ho w*a born to 1*M 



altitude toward* political exirem- 



beM 77™n*^7T.Vurt7'he cooUnued. to understand to. r.- FDMONTON. Aug. » <P* -In an 

He came lo Can.ria a» Governor- U ^ Lh^Qovernm*nfs ini.n- sponslbUUla* of a Lwutenanl-Oov- effort to eliminate any danger of an 

General following toe consUtuiional announced toe povernment s toien s^ u valid without ... ««v. 



He came (o Canada a« 



and at to. wmor. Not a law la valid without tKe bubonic plague, pro- 



confined to organliatlon mattors 
TOI R Ol’TUNEU 



tlonal neceaaity. 1« U the duty of 
all cltuen* not merely of Con*erva- 



w w« born to law. »ho got Inw hot water by aaking to Mahatma Oandhl oijinator <rf l"tlSik“? 1 •ntotw'lewy department 

FKkZMAN or-VirrOZIA - '.r. to a eam^lgn to toll 

Lord WUUngdon. a* Oovemor- ZH «nt^ dl^muon and new Lord WUltoldCD tot hlm«lf with totog. and organl-Uon* for^ |.j, gophers which might be carrying 



I who got Into hot water 
I the Conaenative* to form 



^ w w,.'uve*only. to see toll that, whfle wel hord wuiingaon. a* dUaoluUon and new Lord WUltogdon tot wmseu wun ' y h 



Z«r%wpi to 

toM. toUem. "^m*\ 
toM^hakCameli ' 



appointment aa Hta Majeaty'a rep- ahortly afierwarda. 



<i*TOocracy one ol Dw maior toateu- appomtmem aa «ia Mujewya rwp- — 

. ... menu of democracy ahaii not b. retontaUve m this Dominion, made *LWwr»s LORD BVNO Confreaa party, and h. auoceoded aald amid appuuae. , Alberta Mlnlgtoc (rf Health. 

I am i^stong • allowed to deear Kb home That 1. aeveral viaiu to VlcloOa. In l»6 wuiinadon auooeedad CongroM lUelf was driven Mr. Hamber told hi* audunto ^ **pert« are working to 

position of the party acroaa Canada, p^nUan poiltksal effort but na-' when he wa* chairman of toe Boater . a igja underground all forma of congreaa that he had always be« ij^st^ aoutoem part of the prmtore 

— uotul aervice arid m the beat Utter- 1 indemnity CommU*lon. he wa* to hiftwiToveT Lord throughout the amntfy were clean amateur iport. It mjht „ many of toe ; 

esu of all Mr. Graydon declared. thU city on hU way to China. At P^“^ Enatond with the .topP«I- a* weU aa law toe ,ound egotlsilcal. ‘ he remarked, ^ poaalble.” he eald He*d- 

5 On hu flrat visit to BrlUah Co- that time he waa the guest of Mrs wuh#* nf all to. Ca- fot'in’eju cea*ed to exut; It became -but I did represent Canada twice ^ atuck or the gopher Is ; 

^ lumbia. while chairman of toe Na- jame^ Ounsmulr at Halley Park «h«M trrwm he lmpo**ible for th. N.tyoaaiista even Henley and to to. United Sutea, ^ Brown of the University of j 

C tlonal Ckuttonrattve organUaW WUUngdooa Ural ofUciaJ ^^Id command ui a Urn. Varly » convention* to m hockey, football wd oihy ^jb^^U. | 

y iM member for P«* f li ^ 1932 and 1933; toe majont, were U. ^bmgs An intorest to Tt^* tost widespretol appearance of 

R ‘ rreeman of the city. However event* had been net In foundation of a man physical y, d pophera to Alberta wa* to ' 

2 buinii: paJty , r” T' motton which toe pcUtl^l ln^ au^^'xeJXn there w^e 1 L ... . ! 7*? - 



•ubversiva acUvlUe* of the Indian to do It," toe Ueutwnaat-Oovemor j hy Dr W. 



W. OroM. 



TELL 

PEGGY 



ahntp Ihe new Tr*\^l Tweed^ 
and ihe Kur-Tnmmed prc»« 
t nau (hat arc nnw hnna 
“Lsid Awa’. “ li\ UdifT wl''- 
lf»c»lc s«*' ah^ad. h*" "'nir 
in vnnr»-lf firvi! 



MORADABAD 

BRASS 

Direct From Briti»h East 
India 

Ash Tray*, from 50^ 

Cigarette Boxe*. priced 
from »3.00 

Elephant Bell*, from 75^ 
Vase*, from TSe* 

Tray*, from . $3.00 



LiaiAAL TERMS 
TAAOI IN ALLOWANa 



MACDONALD 



nffiruiu here he left for Nanaimo to 
continuation of hu tour. I 

BOARD TO MEET 



ferred and the ceremony wa* con- „( accelerated. The EXPEEFbtS TH.ANKk ! experU oonducted a ' g** attack ' on , 

durtMl by the then Mayor J Carl ^ersy hastened the formulaUon of J™ ^ ^ rituwnon was so much "Th* foundation of the Emptte U ' the animal* to prevent any poeslble “ 

pendray Hi- was also presented tb. prtoclpl. ttiat the office *hould _ . . conareu lU Intmwii to clean Brltuh sport Infection of human beings 

with a «T0U and a^lden key Vic be repreaent^ve *ol.ly of ^ to r«ume It* luj^n* 1 thank you lor the honor you have | TAKE NO CHANCZS r~^ 

lona * only otfter Freeman U R P. crown divested of «y Summer It prompUy de- done me and for thu tribute to ray j, danger of any 

^•,^‘^1 elded to. Brltuh Oovemmenfs pro- eiforu during my urm of office.- | o, person* with bubonic ' ^ 

While Oovemor-Oeneral he made ™d new coiMUluilon for India was ^ * result of hu swvice as Ueu- ' plague. ’ Dr Croes said, "but we art j 

several vuit* to the capital city ^ 1926 ^ not enough. But. and here wa* toe i^iant-Oovemor. Mr Hamber eald. i taking no chance* ' j Omtu 

witol^y Wimngdon and they were in a r^lut^^ w ^ victory, the congreiu agreed to carry ^ad wonderful experienc to | The la»t reported c**e of the bl.ek ; ^||« 

guesuofHon Randolph Bruce and by the ^riu^^ ^ on to. fight along eonsUtuMon.1 Hu ADC to p, Alberta wa* in l**8 Tt , IIU'I 

hU niece .Mliu Helen Mackenxle at P* • ««vemor.General of Can- by seeking control of toe U 3 g.igj 7 , a lieutonani. left her. bi the man’s death The “I * 

Governuien* House In AprU. 1929. ^ *" ^ LeguUture* under toe new scheme ^ anO ui now oolowl | rtuease U transmitted by mean* of 

Lord *nd Udy WUUngdon were Government Terrorism ^ regiment m England. My ' ,hich feed upon the bodies of 

guest, of toe Canadian Pacific it* own reucesen- sporadically here and ^ Ueutenant-Oovemor told t^e Infected rodent*, and then 

Railway on the maiden voyage of ^ there, but the ooeigr-* not ^ applauding hear.rv -Uke* as uajumli toe death germ* Into toe ammaU U 

the Prtnees* Norah along the West i„loner^’ to Canada lor toe ^ miKh Iniere.vi to to# honor* con- I human bkwd stream. .Inw to# g< 



. i. ^ X 1 - I. ..I Governuiem Mouse m apru, i--' 

Arbitration Tribunal Hearing L*<iy wuiingd® were *« ■**''*• * 

Nanaimo Bll^ DiSDUte Is gueii* of toe Cansdian Pacific Tl>* United Kingdom Government 
Nanaimo bus Uispuie is be,„^ it* own represen- 

Coming to Victoria ^he Prmcra. Norah along toe west thereby, the office of High 

coast of Vancouver Uland Cap- l!FfLlZ Sr 

NANAIMO. August 12 -The boerd C. D Neroul*oe waa then man- ^I'rr^flmnTtou ooat durtni 

Of *rbiUaUon inviwtlgaiing « wage 1 of toe BC. Ooa*t S»*«h*bip i 

dupute between employeea and the I B<.rvice Th, l,te Captain OUlam I raictun« 

, Veterans’ Sightseeing A Trans- master of the ifilp- On ihe MANl CANADIAN rRlENDfi 



for <$-iwiiM i 
•om/ort mnd 

• • • I 

Consult ypur 

OPTOMETRIST. 



U to feed metbal bromide 
gopher hole* through kmg 



Lord WUUngdon'* regime 

MANY CANADIAN FRlENDfi 
While to Canada Lord WilUngdcm 



creeled. Sir rutoleruly .lamped ouL on mt a* I do mytoll 1 

I pool during NOT ALWA\8 STRIFE should like to expre** my deep 

le In spile of hU trouble* Lrrd thank* for toe dinner and the prlvi 

nilENDS Willlngdon from time to time ful- paid me tonight ** 

1 wminmlon pJeaaanL At I j^ng hU addre*a. Mr Hamber 



The method being used to kill the i tubes 



poruuon CO . Ltd . of VlctorU. op- | cruUe, Lord WUUngdon wm pre- 1 While in Canada Lord WilUngdon dedlcaud to. newly com- ^veral old f'tlend* 

ciating toe Blue Une TransU Co. I ^ted with a totem pole by toe made friends from co«t » barrage, among U'* ' audience and aa he r»e to 

here, completed the hearing late . Indians at Friendlv Cove. , He w»* genuinely iniereaied In to. i.>rls»tlnn >ntarnrl«M in' .>. Msn. 



rtating toe Blue Une TransU Co. | arith a totem pn 

here, completed toe hearing late Indians at Friendly Cove 
tol* afternoon and adjourned until 

! Thursday to meet In Victoria to riltoT-CLASF DIFLOMAT 
i Uke additional evidence The em- The Maroueas ot WUll 




the new low priced 



.dlans at Friendiy cme. Zt::: b.- ^rM ‘^n“S!l2' h^'C’ uS 

FlltfiT-CUASg DIFLOMAT ll.ver in the future greatne^ of toe 0 l preOdlng over toe ’‘'“‘^*^7 hm'^JJd sang ' F^c 

The Marqueae of WUUngdon wa* Can^ian i^^le. an conference* of th* round-tabl. con- J®®.!. ' Fellow ’ 



I**e auuivwnai ........ i^ne Marquew n Trumiaui"* w.* conference* Of tn* rouno-taoi. con- i i«n. onod Fellow ” 

pJoyee* are alao asking recognition an aruitncfat with a fine apprecia- of toeir virtuM and a *tout pr *^J(J|yve committee, sent out from , ^ 



F. W. FRANCIS 



■by toe company of the djlveri' u- non of to* virtue* of demoerwev ponem ot ' Bigland. In Bombay an elaborate rOLIiOWED rut* * 

J A Kir^IQ soclatloii That he wa* a ftrat-claa* diplomat He tnlere*ted himself ' Invf^umre wa* held when honor*! accepting toe honorary prwl* 

\/\ll VllJ EMdence today included the sub- i, amply atieatod by hU success as the cultural ^ conferred In toe name of toe pf the United Servloea bi*U- 

mo n<iu«Ua fii mission of a flnancui statement by Governor m suoneaskm of two of the minion ^ ° * King on a number of Indian prtnees |,uion of Vancouver Island. Mr ^ 

ih« company which showed an op- j ihrw Indian preaidencie*. hu term ^ ” i He tn Brltiah military men and Oov- 1 Hamber followed In toe fooutep* ■ 

' eraung loss for Nanaimo durlnt the „ oovernor-Omieral of Canada >>♦ mis*ed a meeting m* m- offlcul* At New Delhi he ' ^ PP, predeewumw to office, Ool H 

- - -- - ' twelve moiuh* ending December 31, «hlch left pleasing memorte* on all , *7*^ hii opened to* eleventh meeting of the [t ctoodland »aid in mtroducing 

^ ^ I 1940, Of W 664 33 R Unsdell stdm and hu appointment a* Vice- MUFry- toe enwiwwmw a 

Iui,7»aus*Vr” ■ superintendent for the company at roy of India in delicate ttmea 1 JT®” . ***'^ Under hU dlrecUon ! GcxtA WUUngdon a Inherited po- -Hu Honor ha* taken a great to- ■ 
Nanaimo, testified conremmg op- that Empire \ ■ branched oul Ifi many ^*‘to wa* Uberal, He entered tereat in our welfare and ha* at- 1 

rmS'AlQ to. er»itoM and relation* with toe em He wa* the first Oovemor-Oen- p,r,eijoni ndtably cuUivalin* In toe toe House of Common* to 1900 a* tended many meeung* we nav. 

- - . • ployeas a»ocuUon ■ In Canada to represent the . vmm» ren&da a wooer ao- member for HasUiigs. a borough rnany Dmea betm his guasu at 

TZ A TTt I crown raihaf than toe Brltiah Oov- had been repre-ented by hU Government Houae A. be clo^ 

_ * U n 1/ I A! fi I ly I ”® He gave every encouragement to father-to-law. Doubtlea* part of hu pu tonur. of office, U J* 

I iH U I I 11 U I ll country wa* In turmoil French-Canadian In tola election wa* due to .hould expr.** our Wmnks to Hi* 

ILEUM I * n I- r i n ■■ U ‘ handicraft*, and no .mall aedlt U the powerful BraiM-y influence | Honor and , 

I i R fi F A R M Y ' due to him for to. new leaae of life , wiien he entered Parliament. pl.*'ur* of having him a* honorary 

'EdALS L It U L /I II III I deuce with a firm hand he broke department of national • Freeman-Thomas already had ex- president 

itterns to Clear ' campaign and kept ita Keen on the preservation perience of Ilf* in Government cir- 1 -On all sides." Colonel Ooodland 

Centinued from Page I leader* impotent untU tension wa* *nci*nt landmark*, he revived clra oversea*, as aide-de-camp tolMua. "one hear* expreasion* of re- 

•* **' ftnfn Saiaon > 11 * Jaoanesa ®**®^ home-rule advwat^ ptacuc* of Governors- Lord Braaeey when the latter was , gret at the wrmtoaticn of hU 



tlon of toe virtue* of democraev ponent of CanadlanUm. 
That he wa* a ftfat-claa* diplomat He mterested himself 



rOLIiOWED FEZf'ZDT.NT 
In accepting toe honorary peaal- 



JEWELER 



fooUtepa 
e . Ool H 



ajpAD T094V • W.«Mr» 

IImUI* *«*>**•■• 

Victoru Hearing- Aid Co. 

asilvriM *e. a«Mlr«' 
tie PMSwtm BM«. a. a a Tvt 

CONGOLEUM 
RUG SPECIALS 

Discontinued Pattern* to Clear 



6 ft. s 9 ft 
7U ft. 1 9 It 
9 ft. X 9 ft 
9 ft. a 10^ ft 
I 9 it 1 12 ft. 



IRON FIREMAN 

^STONER 



for 

small homes 



supenntendem for the company at roy of India to 
Narutrao. testified conremlng op- that Bnpire 
ersiinru and relations with toe em- He was the fi 
pioyeas aaanruUon ■ ,rwi In Canada 



D i.pn 
86.60 
8T.TS 
88 . 9:9 
89.96 



U n 1/ I A! fi I ly I ”® gave every encouragement to father-to-law. Doubtlea. pan of hu hu tenure of office, U J* 

In U I I 11 U I ll the revival of French-Canadian Tn tola election wa* due to I .hould exnr*« our Wmnkx to HU 

I a n I- r i n ■■ U ‘ handicraft*, and no «m*ll aedlt U the powerful BraiM-y influence | Honor and ® , 

lARllF ARMY’ obedience campaign for indepen- ^ ^ entered Parliament, pleasure of having him ** honorary 

L ^ It U L /I 11 III I deuce Wito a firm hand he broke department of national • Fteeman-Thomas already had ex- president 

I up that campaign and kept ita Keen on the preservation perience of Ilf* in Government cir- 1 -On all sides." Colonel Ooodland 

Centinued from Page I leader* impotent until tension wa* ancient landmark*, he revived clra oversea*, as aide-de-camp IoImimi. -one hear* expreasion* of re- 

notches from Sauon Japanese!®**®^ home-rule Ih# old ptacUc* of Governors- Lord Braaecy when the laiier was , gret at the wrmtoauen of hU 

* 1 carrv on the fight by fpjddtng a part of the year Governor of Victoria 8i*t^ from tenure No Lieutenant -Ooaemor 



Frank’s Furniture 

MO Yates Street. Near Qusdr* 



AGAIN! 

The New Domeatic 
Oil Burner 

It acaSv far V««r 

f«t M •>* *r 

la* v»w aoTAi fWfsT a*v*.r 
«Hfe i*« D*w»«si« on a»r*w 

$159.50 

COAST HARDWARE 



r^uio W*u. ^ I rwiMiluUoiiAl Q.i^bec City. The cHadel wa.s ms u> IWO He rFprfAf nt^ Ha.^- | upd hU htvt •vn- Fndetred 

TOKIO Aug 12 *•■ —Britain and ' MADF LORD WARDEN renovated a* the virerefal Summer tmp till 1906. then repreaented ihemaelvea to the people a* Mr and 

the United SUtes have been warned in 1936 at the end of hi* Dve- residence Bodmin. Cornwall, to 1910 He re - 1 Mrs Hamber have done through toe 

that further pressure on Japan will year term a* Viceroy and Oovemor- TRAVELED COUNTRY WIDELY ceived the peerage m that year and tntereat and thcmghtfulnaaa they 
brtpg nothing but toe worst *llu- General of India. WUUngdon wa* ^ ^f Lord WtUingdon fxmlinued to toe House of Lord* have diaplayed In five yean of hard 

ation,” 111* mllltarU! newspaper made Lord Warden of toe Cinque y^t fr>« Canadian* had traveled until he was elected for governor* «qrk." the speaker said amid ap- 
Kokumln reported today to pro- ' Port* and ChanrelJor of the Order country so widely a* Lord ship of Bombay to 1913 H* re- pj^uae 

claiming Japanese determination to nl 8t Michael and 8U George, two y^tnjpgdon He vuited every pro\- matned In India for eleven year*, Ol'THTANOINO AERVICE 
proreed peacefully but undeterred poaitions more honorable than nn- y,. Dominion and raoat of governing to* Bombay Presidency toe humblest to toe moat 

m the creation of a broader spher* , emus for a man of his unusual ctiie* and town* Everywhere, vrtto such conspicuous succe.s* that ■ nave received the »ame 

in I^.st Asia I diplomatic and adminiatraiiv# ax- every side he voiced admiration. , be wa* persuaded to carry <m a* welmme at Oovemmant 

Officially. Japan* attention* were I perience It wa* known, powever and great good counsel Governor of .Madras j Htmse Hti Honor* term of office 

turned with avowed anxiety toward ' that the Brltiah Government fre- Before hu term in Canada wa* ' HIGH HflNORt* ■ naa been a succeaa in tha truest 

United Suite* ahipment# of war j quenUy availed itaelf of Willlngdon 1 troubles wrare devefoptng The auoceaa of hi* later wmx in sense <K the word ' 

vuppUe* to the Russian Pacific port 1 advire unofficially to critical mo- India Th* Bsvtom empire wa* India was signalised by hu promo- ; oolonel Ooodland recalled that 
of Vladlvoefok 1 menu of ftnptre or mumauonal turmotl. and. on* of to* greatest ypp y, earldom H* had pra- Mr Hamber. a native of wmnlpe*. 



HoMse Hti Honor* term of office 
has been a succeaa in tha truest 




grew up In the precinru of 9t 



im woroLSB ae. 



PKOwa t nil 



IF YOU NEEOnOO 

Hcnrs WHAT TO DO 

J«( can* ta, sane*, cv «ni« u» SO 
w Stan Inwiw WWW m jm* •<»* 
MfMiiim N« — Sorwft- Olian nM 
fWMtAH M how •nrr*. or wr»«r »f 

mrmmmrr Pe» UoeUnMit to cmb mt 

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Japton wuhop that the United I stress need* was a firm yet sympatliellc > received tha highest decora- up ip the preemru of 9t I 

Atates would not send munition*" | WUUngdon in 1931 took the a 1 - i^^nd at ih* head of affairs. His uona of th* ordart of to# Indian Johns CoUege where his fwlher wa* 
said Koh I-toll, spokesman for the Uonal Uile of Viscount Ratendone ,urUer year* toar* had given Lord Snipire to# 8ur of India, and of | * member erf the faculty He rrwdu- 1 
Cabinet Information Bureau which pwwd on to hla wm and winingdon a thorough grasp of In- the Brltuh Empire, Lady WUUng- i Pt iggg 'Tau^ said Colonel I 

-Japan deaiies pra«e in the Pa- belr. Hon Inigo Bra^v Freema^ and he wa* to# logical man non received to* Order of Lsidy of ooodland. "ordained him to be a 

cilir and *0 Japan is wafchtng such Th«n« *ben the father receiver ^ ^ hanker, and b* entered toe Do- 

shtpmenu with grave corKiem' an earldom While hu term to Otuwa wm lUll jentvaiera. with other dUtlnction* ' mtolon Rank at Winnipeg He 

In Bhanghal. Liaut -Ool Kunio ®®" had more vaneo y, „„ he wa* Im- Two son* were bom to him i— ffUmbed toe ladder in Wtonipag To-, 

Akivam. spobe.smsn lor the Jape- «‘xP'r'«'nee In ®«^®f’ *®®''‘®® pn-ved" Into service as Viceroy of elder, Gerald Frederick was kU.ed London. Calgary and Van- 1 

n*M> arm? *aid olairly toai toU 1 ^® WUUngdon In i„^n^ He relinqiiUhed hU office In ,cgoD tn 1914 The aurviving I 

(iovernment feara VUdivoeiok might ®®®’"‘® '^*®‘ ^ heir to th* earWom. la Hoo ’ ^ - 

become Amerira* first line of de-/®®'“-‘‘ ? t« ^ *^'**^‘''*^'’**^' rw. ViTand aJ^ of the Toronto! 

Imtxt* mmminmt Jmtymu ■ ' diplomatic muutoner To these ,^ 1 , fonferenc* was silting horn in 1999, who married Maxm*. ,^mmmr,i^ \ 

The d*y i bhmievt summary of 1 student end g, London at the Urn# of hU tram- 1 oaughtef of »r JohMUm Forbes- ! *'**’7.'*?t JITTu-T^He ZZ ehain- 

the Far Eastern iitustion arhlrxed more than j^renr* and the opinion among the Robertson, th* amlnenl arlot, ; Cana^ at 

. , I ordinary succea. In all hU endea- Relegation *a* almoalunao- . - — ^ , pwntoip. at Rtigbe andytennla. 



shipment* with grave cor»oem ‘ 

In Bhanghal. Liaut -Ool Kunio 
Aktyams npoke.vmsn tor the Japa- 



Oovernment feara VUdivoetok might 
become Amerira't fjru. line ot de- 
fence against Japan " 

The d«y'r bhmleat sumniary of 
the Par Eastern aituation came 



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"If Japan w«nu war in Ihe Pa- 
rifle there will be war. ll «he want* 
peace there will be peace " 

, LONDON. Aug 19 <F> -8>r Vg- 



nrs and whoU-hearted aporov*! of 
all cilDens of the Iknpire with 
whom he rsme In contact ^ 

FROM 6UR8EX FAMILY 
Freeman Freeman-Thomax. first — 



• AII41 FOR INDIA 




Jf 9-R 



maid Pool#. aevaniy-Mx. a duun- WUUngdon came of gond fam- 
gulehed member of the har who ' Identified wlto^- 

specMfllsed to dlTwoe caas* and waa •'“ bU father being Frederick 
reputed to know more about to* at- , ntan-Thoma# of Ration and Yap- 
rreu of London xoclety folk Ihanl"®® Wilim^. 

any other alngte peraon In Brllaln. 1 ***^#1 dauj^ter »ns«e»r rtf 

h-r. ...tsM.. cotmt Hampden former 9pe*ker of 

^here yeaterday ^ ^ <»mrrK)iw He was 

m (W M i *» • bom Beptember 12. 1966 and to 1992 
marrtod Hon. 'afurwarda lady) 1 
; y^r ^ Adelaida daughUr of ttrlj 

I . ; 

■ -\Tk0\9v' Naturo and culture aided Ispd 
'|f v'® WUUngdem to hla Imporunt rais- 

' s)''Da He was tall and diattnguishad 

; ' toofctog. of dlyiftad baartng, a man 



imnualy favorable to the appoint- lajnilCCT AT rDAAlDDnnif ' DRttERVEO 8LCCE8A 1 

ment ' INUUtbTAl UKANbHUUR Hamber Colonel Ooodland, 

• AII4> FOR INDIA | said, had choaen "big busineas as 

Lord Willlngdon sailed for India Inquest on to* body of Alvin i-areer He had been succeaaful 
in April 1931 Cl»U disobadleno# Hike, an Indian of the fli Mary 1 put the •am# spirit 

- ReaervaUoo near Cranbrook. B C . mtegmy tn»o bu*ln''u 

Who fall from hu hone and ws* he had put into gamaa. "Ha ha* 

A A 1 1 IT ^ ^ 1 ftnuhad hu laioat big )ob-thal of ■ 

rOKAOvIVlV *ay. wa* halng arrangod yaaterday I Majeaty* weaMiUUv# aa 

m ma by the ProvtocMl MW at Cna - , u^t^g^t-Oovomor of BrlUah Oo- j 



OLD 



CARS 






FOR A QUICK 
tUNCH:- 

A CUP OF... 

60 VRIL 

and • Sandwich 



brook. Autopsy 00 th# body^ih^ w* say. waU d®a. Birr- 

Mth had boan jJY Ctrionel Ooodland coociuded. 

mjurr foUowing the it/ikifig of the , . 



mjurr foUowing the itjtkiDg of the 
frontal pari of tha bead on tha 
hard-aurfaoad rood. 



G08FEL 9INGEB HERE 
Thu evening at T 43. 3 



n UM I A* they left th* dining ball, nwim- 
I ben of to* audianoa wvr* graetod 
individuaUy by HU Honor. Haad 
I table guaeto tnciudad' flying Of&cer 
Hobart Mniaon. MC ; OoL J. P. 
Vicior Pr«t/m, MC.; Bng -Om J. O 



Sirotsd. to# Gospel singer oUl ba ; Auattn. CB, C-MG., RA Rev. 
at to* ChrUUan and Misuonaij Ruhnp H C Baxton. Air Commo- 



WILSON A 
CABELDU 

A uto 
B FBuly 
r linir 

a 7 I v a T a • 



Appasranca counts In Cara as wall as In 
cloth**, and bectoe* the old car looks a 
lirtU down to tha mooth w ao aign that »»a 
roothfal boauty has gona foe awac. Amaemg 
(hinga hav# happanad not only to Car Fl^ 
Uhtof, but alao to Car REF 1NI1H1MG-* 
and we re amarlng and daHghtinf Vieiorto 
driver* overy day by ectoaBy ouUng oM 
C 4 f« more bMUtHal than they ever ware. 
Hew cotors, now Doe Tena tryUng, new low 
fKKas bacaoea of naw edantlRc fuaana of 
appltcatiop Oat fh# latest "Faea LIfttof* 
facts at owr Ante Baauty CHfik. 



AUtooca Tihaniaela. Tata* Suaav 



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ored pUoU «1 m reported RUaclng 
todty He U Acting nt.*Lt. S. 8 
Locks twcnty^onr-yeu-old holder nf 
the D£0. end DPC. end ber. eU 
Awarded by the King at the »ama 
time 

Lock was called 'Saan-Off 
Ixtckle," because he was ao ahorL 
He waa credited with shooting down 
thirty German planes nine of them 
In one week last September. 

Hu plane wui ahot down In flamrs 
over Britain, eitd he spent three 
monllii in a ba>piul with severe leg 



VICTORIA’S 
GREATEST 
FUR SALE 



MARINE.' RAIL avvrL^AIR 



VS, Output of 
Military Planes 
In July Is 1^460 



Mission Boat Makes First Visit Here 



is sf cowM k«iH ImM. ss It has 
keen t«r aMny at 



Volunteers for Auxiliary 
Force Should Register 
Immediately 



WA8HINOTON. Aug 13 «>P).~The 



hundred men to train 



underwent fiUoen operatloru. 



Big Craft Hits Ripple Rock 
Is Towed to Deep 
Bay 



military aircraft manufactunrra de- 
livered 1,460 airplanes during July, 
a decrease of sixteen from the pre- 
ceding month. 

Offtclali gave no explanation for 
the deervnae. They did not diarioae 
the types of planes comfrieted. nor 
the number which went to the 
army, the navy or Great Britain. 

At the same lime. OPM officials 
said dlacuasioru at a meeting of 
Govemmeni and Iron and alec, 
company executives Indicated ca- 
pacity for finlalUng aircraft and 
otlier alloy steels probably would 
have to be doubled to meet require- 
menu of the defence and lease-lend 
programme 



dlately. according to an announce- , 
ment made yesterday by Hre Chief 
Alex Muhroe. ^ 

The volunteers, who will be taught , 
how to cope w'lih aabolagc or any i 
sudden war emergency, will receive 
general flre-flghting training at' 
nightly claasea to be|ln wlUtout ' 
delay. 

The creation of an auxllutry fire 
squad, able to undertake duties 
somewhat similar to ihe auxiliary 
fire fighters of Great Britain should i 
the need arise, was mooted some ' 
time ago, but received definite | 
Impetus Monday when the City 
Council decided to take out an m> 
surance policy covering the 100 men 
rnllated for this purpose. 

Applicants may register at the fire 
hall on Cormorant Street They 
should be between the ages ol 
twenty and fifty, and physically fit. 

Fire Chief Monroe said yesterday 
he expects there all] be no difficulty 
in securing the necessary number of 
volunteers for this Important civic 
duly "We never know when the 
emergency will hit us. and the 
sooner we get the men. the sooner 
wen start training " he said 

'Hie work of the auxiliary fire 
brigade will noi encroach on the 
duties of ARP warderu but m 
case of emergency will be sup- 
plemenury to the _ regular fire- 
flghunc force of the city, it was 
explained 



left the hoaplia] to be decorated at' 
Buckirlghkm Pi’iacs. and then re- 
turned to the hospital for a six- 
teenth. 



VANCOUVER, Aug 13 <ft -Offi- 
cials of the Standard Oil Company 
of Brltiah Columbia. Ltd. said 
today their oil barge 8 O. Co No. 95 
was damaged yesterday when It ran 
on Ripple Rock, in Seymour Nar- 
rows. about 125 miira northwest of 
Vsrvcouver. 

The oil company said the barge 
en route from Vancouver to Ocean 
>'alls In charge of the tug Nno- 
homlxh, of thg Vanoouvrr Island 
Tug iL Bargs Company. Ltd., of 
Victoria, was subsequently lowed to 
Heep Bay BC.. on the Vancouver 
island side of the narrows, and 
■ nchored She is reported to be 
leaking in three holds, but it 1a 
believed to have suffiricnt buoyance 
to remain afloat with the std of 
her pumps 

The oil barge said to be the 
largest of its kind in the world, took 
a aheer as she was being towed 
through treacherous Seymour Nar- 
rows and ran onto the rocks. 

The tugboat Csnada. of Use Van- 
couver L>land Tug 6t Barge Com- 
l«ny. is standing by asAistlng the 
Snohomish while the Parific Ssl- 
tage Company. Ltd. salvage boat 
Heiac No 2 is en route to Deep Bay 
from Vancouver 



Several hundred membrra of 
Army and Navy Veterans in Can- 
ada. units of Greater Vancouver, are 
expected here aboard Bs Lady Alex- 
andra at 13.30 o’clock this after- 
noon on an excursion sponsored by 
the White Rock unit of the organ- 
ization. 

They will be met by fifty mem- 
bers of the Victoria unit and the 
Victoria Boys' Band, and after a 
short parade through the w— 
district win halt at the unit's club- 
rooms at Broughton and Whsrf 
Streets. 

Wives of members and children 
will be guesi.« of the women's aux- 
iliary In the auditorium while the 
men are entertained on the ground 
floor. 



Orve of several boats operated by the General Board of Missions of ths United Church of Canada, the Thomas 
Crosby arrived in Victorte Harbor for the Brat lime last week end. Under Rev. Csptsio Peter R. Kelly, 
the trim craft plies between Smith's Inlet, on Queen Charlotte Sound, and the mouth of the Skeens Rivor 
covering some 1.200 miles of cosstiine bn her monthly round trip. The boat supplies religious, social and 

medical services to residents along the coast. 



U.S. Air Force Giving Consid 
eration to Use of Women 
Flyers 



Those who plan to greet the visi- 
tors are asked to parade outside tha 
club St noon wearing their ofScial 
berets Ute vessel will berth at tha 
Canadian National Railways dock 
m the Inner Harbor 



Somerset. England He U survived 
by his widow Emily; one daughter. 
Mrs F E Bcn^en. ai Uir tamily 
residence, two sous James A. 193 
Sunny Lane Vitoria, aixl Roy J 
St present In England: aHo two 
grandchildren. Funeral services wtl) 
be held tomorrow morning at 10.30 
o’clock from the S J. Curry A Son 
Funeral Home. Archdeacon F- C. 
Cornish will offleute and mterment 
Will be 10 Uie Colaood Burial Park 



cot H I F7 VE.S W 4 V 
IS ASSAILT CASE 



WASHINGTON. -Aug 13 «/P .— 
United States Army Air Force of- 
flclals were reported giving »erio<t» 
consideration today to the use of 
experienced women pilots in the 
army's airplane ferry command for 
flight work aoc&cwhat similar to that 
which women handle for tha Royal 
Air P^rre in Britain 

While no final declson has been 
made, it was learned that the plan 
contemplated would assign women 
pilots ferrying training planes frwn 
factories lo usining centres — a task 
which now occupies the Urns of 
regular army flyers who could other- 
wise be engaged in combat train- 
ing 

The ferry command, under Col 
Robert Olds, was created earlier IhU 
year, primarily to handle deliver- 
ies of planes destined for Britain 
from the points of manufacture to 
ocean shipping or hop-ofi centres 
on ih^ east coasts of the United 
States and Canada Another part 
of the new commands Job Is to 
ferry American army planes to air- 
fields throughout the country. 

MAY TAKE OVER JOB 

Only combat planes have to be 
flown for the British, but the task 
of ferrying ships for tht United 
States forces includes extensive 
handling of trainers Since many 
women flyers have had experlenc*: 
in piloting trainer-type ships, air 
force otDciaU said women might be 
able to take over a large part, it 
not all, of this job 

Several weeks ago a question- 
naire was mailed to women pilots 
with s view to discovering those 
who have had at least 300 hourv 
of flying and were otherwise qual- 
ifled That a goodly number would 
qualify was indicaled by the fact 
that civil aeronautics authority 
showed that, of 3 733 licenced 
women ptiois. 363 have flown 300 
houn or more 



Douglas Oumbrille Paid Brief 
Visit to City on Way to 
Forbes Landing 



PILOTS DIE 
IN ACCIDENT 



OOODHETW— T^e death occurred 
early yesterday morning at White 
Rock. B.C . of Florence Goodhew. 
aged sixty-three years. 431 PoweL 
Street. Vctloiia. widow of the late 
Herbert Arthur Ooodliew Mr* 
Ooodhew was bom in London. Eng- 
land. and for many years was a res- 
ident of this city, but for live pas', 
year had been residing in Vancou- 
ver, She Is survived by two broth- 
ers and one sister in England. The 
remains will arrive here from New 
Westminster this afternoon, and 
funeral service will be held Tlmrs- 
day afternoon at 3 o'clock m Hay- 
ward's B.C. Funeral Chapel. Rev. J 
R Fife offlclating. tmermeirt will 
be made In the family plot at Cob- 
wood Burial Park. 



Hotel, 1031 Government Street 
Newman asserted he had been given 
permlMion to leave his coat In the 
room and alleged that both tl>e 
Lairds attacked him as he was leav- 
ing the building Other wltrtesses 
were Anita Maria SwanAon and 



Although there has been a 
sharp advance in the cost 
of steel ranges, we are 
maintaining our old prices 
for the August* Sale. Buy 
your range during this sale. 
Models from SH9 to 



Continued from rage 1 
■'trsns-oceanlc • type crashed Into 
a hillside Just after leaving a British 
airport. 

I.|}*T Of VII TIMS 
Tlie dead are R.O. J B Drnke, 
New Westminster. BC ; RO W. O. 
Kennedy. Tlchboume Ont . Cap- 
tain J J Anderson, Charlottetown: 
R O. H C McIntosh. Aglncourt, 
Ont; RO. O Lame, Halifax; RO. 
R B Brammer. Toronto; R O W K 
Mark.*. Stratford, Ont ; Captain H. 
C W .Smith, fdontreal; Flying Ekigl- 
nerr E O Reeves. Rosfyn Heights. 
NY. 

Capuln G T Harris. Kansas. 
Captain D J. Duggan. Winthrop, 
Mass ; Captain H R Judy. Dallas. 
Tex : Oaptaln J Wixen. Los An- 
geles; Captain J. J. Roulstone. Long 
Beach. Cal Captain W. M King, 
Arkartsas; Captain E R B. White. 
Ayr; CapUin F D Bradbrooke 
London. ROMS. Green, Bristol! 
R O. H D. Rees. Llanelly, South 
Wale*. RO G H Powell. Derby. 
Capuun J T. Price Geelong. Aus- 
tralia. RO A A Oliver, Swindon. 
England 



First flf KpeedT Nsval VeMeis to 
Undergo Trials Near .Mont- 
real Noon 



MONTREAJ.. Aug 13 <C9i>Be- 
hind the closely-guarded aalls of a 
modem plant on the bank of a 
nearby canal a row of wooden hulls 
lie under cnnstrvictinn 

Soon they will be sleek, powerful 
motor torpedo boats, whose function 
It U to slip In swiftly and strike 
with telling effect at enemy naval 
umu Vnd then turn away with all 
porsible speed 

Already several completed vessels 
Iiave been slipped Into the water 
and put successfully through un- 
official tests Their ofriria] trials 
win come shortly Then the craft 
will go Into aettnn with the Royal 
Canajllan Navy and the Royal Neth- 
rri'inds NaVy 

The motor torpedo craft la 
equipped with torpedo tube* for 
offensive warfare and anti-aircraft 
guns on power-operated turr«*ta for 
tleferwive pill pose The thirty-ton 
*e*sel measures seventy feet in 
length. 



In addition to selling at old 

f irices. we will allow a discount 
or cash if paid within 30 day*. 



Cancel Excursion 



Standard FurnitureCo. 

FURNITURE SPECIALISTS 737 YATES STREET 



GRIEVE— -In the presence of 
many friend.*, luneral services were 
held yesterday afternoon in Hay- 
wards BC. Funeral Chapel oiec Uic 
remains of Herbert Grieve. Rev. P 
C. Hayman ofScuiUng During the 
service the congregation sang the 
hymns. ' Abide With Me " and ' Rock 
of Ages “ A profusion of beautiful 
floral designs surrounded the casket 
Among those attending were repre- 
sentatives from the Britannia 
Branch W A. of the Canadian 
Legion. No 47. Following the serv- 
ice the cortege proceeded to Col- 
wood Buriat Park lor committal 
service and interment Bugler O 
Meniei sounded the Last Poet. 
TTie following acted t* paUbearer* 
M A Morrow W. ALsdorf. A- O 
Msckle. J W. .Marshall. J Jameson 
and W O Stalker 

MACKENZIE— Mr*. Jennie Ltd- 

deli Mackenzie, aged seventy-seven. SANDERS - Funeral services for 
died yesterday afternoon at her Arthur Sanders were held yesterday 
residence. Rhawnlgan Lake^ She was afternoon at 3 o'clock in the chapel 
bom In Kippen. Scbttsnd. and had of Sands Mortuary. Ltd The casket 
been a resident of Victoria for the covered and surrounded with 
past fifiy’-lwo year* She is eur- nisny besuUfuI floral oflerlngs 
vived by three daughter*. Miss Mar- Cyril Venables conducted the 

garH M Mackenzie. Viciocla. Mr* service, during which the .solo. 'Oh. 
John Hotach and Mrs. G. H R»i m the Lord, ' wa* rendered 
Slocotnbe. both of Oakland. Cal . Tbe following acted as pallbearer* 
four sons, Edgar William. Vlctorti. ^ R’ Rldingtoo, R W Hlbberson. 
Alex. Vancouver. Charles L. Berke- H. C. Gilliland. J O Wallsce. H 
ley, Cal. and R Ross, Lessdale Curran and P J. Mulcahy The re- 
Uiah; also eleven grandchildren and tnsltw were Iskt at rest In the Royal 
two great -grandchildren Funeral Burial Park, 
services will be held on Friday 
at 3 30 p m in McCall Bros Fu- 
neral Chapel Interment will be 
made In the family plot at Rom Bay 
Cemetery. 



PASA THROI GR MONTREAI. 



MONTREAL, Aug 13 <P»— Sev- 
eral hundred petty ofllcer* and 
ratings of the Roval Canadian Naval 
Volunteer Reserve from the Prairie 
Province*. Ontario and Q'lebec left 
here today for an East Coast Cana- 
dian port. 



M.^IL AND SHIPS 



WLI.I, KNOWN HF.RF. 

VANCOUVER. Aug 13 - 

Radio Officer John Beatty Drake, 
twenty-six. killed Saturday In the 
crash of a "trans-oceanlc’ type 
plane In Britain, waa widely known 
a* a wireless operator on Brltiah 
Columbia cnastal steamer*. 

A graduate of a "Vancouver radio 
"rtiool, Drake served on the Cana- 
dian Paclfle roasial steamer*. Prin- 
ces* Elizabeth and Maquinna and 
on the Bnpress of Asia. Later he 
joined the Dominion Department of 
Traavport and was suttuned at 
Carml. B C , In the Ktxilenaya. at 
the lime Trans-Cansda Air Lines 
were establUlied. He Joined up as a 
radio oiwrator last February and 
had been on bombers being flown 
across the Atlantic to BrtUIn since 



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Obituary 



COARTtNO CRAFT 



Capl. N P Anderson Recall* VUIU 
To Virlarla Daring Days of 
Aslllng Ships 



In the ciiy yesterday while nn 
vacation on the Island. N F An- 
derson. retired sea captain, recalled 
fnrmer visiu to Victoria during the 
day* of sailing ahips. 

With his two sonA. Captain An- 
derion Is now operating a tourist 
resort at Silver laikf. Wash Tm 
taking things easy now " he «aid 
Running a tourist camp Is s llttk 
different from nsvlgaung a ship, 
but U'A a pleasanl oocupatlon. and 
1 have my two boys id think of " 

During his years at sea. Captain 
Ander*on was master of the Forest 
Friend and other sslilng vessels of 
Ihe barkentine type In the British 
CoTumbis-Australla lumber trade. 

Some years ago the Forest Friend 
was purchased by Ihe Island Tug A* 
Barge Company, stripped of her 
masts and gear. an<) Is now being 
used as a barge in Ihe hog fuel 
trade 

Captain Anderson last loaded 
lumber m theee water* m 1934 *l 
; Ctiemainus. 

He arrived here with friends from 
Longview. Aboard the ketch Edlelee 



NOTED R.I.F. FITERS 
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G.O.f', in Chief 
Inspects Alberta 
Military (lent res 



Continued from Page 1 

nsmr.s and li/.ted the following 
Canadians and their next-of-kln. 
Kuled In action- 
Blackall. H, pilot officer born ’n 
Moun. WaJtshy, N B wife lives n 
’Jckfleld. SuMex, England 
P-fvlously reported missing now 
presumed killed In action 
Burges* J T flying officer, bom 
tn Ottawa. Jrw**ph Burges* ' father >, 
Montreal 

Card Harry D flight lleutenan*. 
Harr:- Card 'fatneri. Melville Sa*k 
MrKnighl. Viiham LIdAtone fir- 
ing offirer DPC native of Edmon- 
ton W C McKulght 'fatherj. 617 
Alexandra Crescent. Calgary. 
THKrE UbTED MlNAINO 



WALKER— Funeral services wUl 
be held this afternoon at 3 30 
o'clock In St. Andrew s Presbyterian 
Church for Rev Daniel Walker, who 
died here 8unda> Rei- J. L W 
McLean will officiate after which 
interment will be made tn Colwx>od 
Burial park. 



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Major-General R O Alexander 
DS.O, OOC -in-Chief. Pacific 
Command, l* tihw In Alberta to In- 
spect mlUtary training centres. The 
General airtved In Calgary last 
night by air from Vancouver 
Plan* for the tour, a* announced 
by officials of Military DUtrlcl 13. 
Include an inspection today of Uie 
Royal Canadian Armv Service Corps 
training centre at Red Deer, which 
Is commanded by Lieut J Bur- 
lon-WUllamson After lunch with 
officers of the training centre, the 
General, with hts party, will motor 
to Camrose. where the trairung cen- 
tre will be visited 
Tomorrow morning an inspecUor 
will uke place at Camroae The 
party «m return to Calgary on 
Thursday evening, and on Friday 
morning an inspection and march 
past will be held at Currie BsrrackA, 
infantry training centre 



Holiday Idtatl 

Now ivtiishU tfc "Siisn(w<M 
your bumnwi Va^nron «rd cihtr 
KoIkUv bnrtkWu' (>t your vOf* boei 
rouf ncarcH agrnt •< R |. 

KtrUftil, Gen Aft ,C P R . V'xtcxtt 



PEARS— Funeral aervlcr* for Mrs 
Margaret Ann Pear*, who pa^sed 
away at Calgary, win be held this 
afternoon at 1 o'clock from McCaU 
Bros ' Funeral Chapel Interment 
will Mke place In the family plot at 
Colwood Burial Park , 



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MrCLEAN » Funeral services for 
William Alexander 'MrCIean who 
passed away In this city on Satur- 
day. will be held this afternoon a* 
3 o'clock from the 8. J Curry A Bon 
Funeral Parlor* Capt. the Rev J 
A Munro will ofBriale. and Intff^- 
ment win be In the Royal Oak 
Burial |>sr1i. 



MiAAing 

Black H. sergeant : father lives In 
Toronto. 

Hamilton, Paul, pitot officer, fa- 
ther Jives tn Hsmltton, Ont 
Pullen, A L. flying f*fflcer native 
of Vtrnedoxs, Msn . wife lives tn 
Ealing. England 
Killed on active «ervlcr’ 

Bowker. J. N pilot officer, wife 
live* In Oakville. Ont. 

Haylork. 8 O flight Uauianant. 
Calgary. Herbert Haylork tfathert. 
1104 SUnley Blreet, Nelson. BC. 

Wing Cbmmandtr Douglas Bader 
the thlrty.year-oW legless English 
sirman, was personally credited witn 
shooting down ftfteen plane* Last 
month he was swarded the bar to 
hU DfiO 

MANT DARING FEATH 
He lost both legs In a flying acd- 
dCDt while serving with th* RAF. 
In 1931. After proving he could fly 
with artificial limba he managed to 
:e-ei«(rr the aerviee after th* surt 
of the war and carried out many 
daring feats wnich brought him the 
Otet^ngUlshed Flying Order and bar 
and the Duttnc-ilshed Flying Croce 
and bar 

Another of the RA ^ s most boo- 



Wife A penny farthing for your 
thoughts, dear 

Husband— What Is the farthing 
for? 

Wife— Purchase tax 



MURTON— A targe gatheriag-af 
friends was present yesterday aft- 
ernoon at* funeral servioas for Mar- 
garet F Murton. who passed away 
tn this city last Saturday The many 
fioral tributes showed the high es- 
teem In which Mrs MiiAon was 
held. An tmpireistve service was 
taken by Rev. F W, McKinnon, 
during which t*K> hymru, ' AbW* 
With Me ’ and ' Rock of Ages.' were 
sung The following acted as pall- 
bearers C T Pitt, Sergt 8 Dee. W 
Murton. J. S Dee. Q W. Johnstone 
aiMl UeuL O SIverts Interment 
wsf In the Ro« Bay Burial Park, 
with 8. J. Curry A Son in charge 
of funeral arrangemmia. 



LONDON. Aug 12 CF — Major 
Andrew Holt, son of Sir Herbert 
Holt, of Montreal, has been sppoinl 
ed by the Ministry of Supply to 
clear away the eHtUnated I MtfWl 
tons of scrip iron and steel girders 
from bombed buildings 



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dence, 356 Richmond Road. James 
Olbbs. who had been a resident of 
thl« city for the past thirty-two 
yewr* He was bora lo Wedmore, 



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X #Zw LJCLVLy K^0L0TtlST' u* wisdom U to Und the solution of the 
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I been overlooked up to the present time Visitors 
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THE DAILY COLOXIST. VICTORIA. B.C., U A I «.L <T 1 . 1 . W 1 



itycouncu Thaibody|( WORKERS PREPARING ^ ?rs>f1-orff ww-/lTHttnil 

d the soluuon of_ the , Comment new ROLL OF VOTERS 



Note and Comment 

By SANDHAM GRAVIS 



N« Mtur !• (M S4lt«t «U) M IBMriM 
*ictM airr IM »to*«r (Moaihu* aos 



The Colonist Prlntlnf and PubUshiSf Coenpany 
Umtted UabUlty 

J. L. Talk UanaglQt Olreetor 

Bubscriptkm Rales by CUy Carrier: 

Yearly SHOO 

Monthly IDO 

All BUbaenptlona payable m advance Mall subscribers 
are requested to make all remittances direct to The 
Daily Colonist. 



particular i^ve^^ ai^ mw addreaaaa. ^ defence area. Cameras were seiMd | Ing now. and from the mewure of t uung Uata were necewi- wro'"rijom. *ai moa't 

TO Canada. Br'S^Cu. PnUe?BU^ and Mealco: < or nims appropriated belonging to those who had I | i com-* ^ 

Yc„l, SSOO made their way to the Esquimau Lagoon, which Judged the ca^lal dty a very He asked nve where 1 t.aa hradUig 

"roiTordi £:ci :«r;he'^ the 

Quarterly — Sunday. The point Is. however, that Insufficient two thoughU lUnd last Provincial election was held ^ihoueh l know u really was. 

To AU Other Countrlea: publicity has been given U) the ban on photogra- uppermoet They are: 'Thank you' , Tlie riding of Victont. Including j ataited to thank him. he 

KlfthiT T III l-SO phy in certain areas, and despite notices In the *nd "WeU donel" Oak Bay. then had W810 'Ot^rsij^n^d eurprlsed and when I 

• newspapers there are many who do not know. . • • 'registered, and Saanich had i,M7. that he was the first who 



things that the most aged Inhabitant has failed u wui be wUh sincere regret thai 
to note. If such perspicacity had prevailed In the victoria wiU say au revoir to Hon 



W4WSW V i • ... . . I wBawb WTU ws« ^su^s asm 

I One hundred and eeventy-lwo [MkrtM at um vtiwr. Tbu ruia »ksiu 

1 oa escaeUM. Na »aUa» aSMta ca<aae 

It WIU be wUh sincere regret that eouineraimg new 



voters' Hats Monday in the rid- 



to liutc. ii auvu ... , — — •- Virmn* Oak Bav and I GOOD SA.M.ARHANS 

olden lime what a row there would have been E w H^ber Wr*- ““’"'J" sAnich In the'u hou«r*to-ho*»e*j Sir l wonder how many peop;-: 
over the cargoe.i of peacocks brought by the ihlpi a Ua^y comb^aUon ' canvass.' the workers have ten days *ho drue cars ever ol the 

of Tarshlsh to the Court of King Solomon. to coniolle ortUmmary number of pedesUiana they paaa u« 



LAST DAY-AUGUST 16 



WIPJ THIS CAR 

VkCr^Ria *- c•cu^ , S|J 

Is Aid oif lt»<?ses ibf Se^rt »: h»! '. IcH *VjDf L^ 



/er tne cargoe.t ox peacocaa orougi.t oy u.c - comblnaUon 'canvass, the workers have ten days oruc cars r>ar wmia oi uw 

f Tarshlsh to the Court of King Solomon. doiv »blch to compile prtUmmary number of pedesUisna they paaa u« 

_ m a terra of duty lhat wUl staM ^ ^ another ' iheir way. We can i ail afford a 

PHOTOGRAPHk^EEENCE ARIAS | ^d^ ■ ^ ‘'^d. "^f^Th^hTe a ■ 

Last week-end, and by no means loo »on. the , ^ight time, and a great deal bcm."*wSj‘*dJoa 







enforcement of the restrictions against p- 



The farewe . are 



I Uis honest smUe, 



To AU Other Countrlei: 
Yearly — — — — — 



Wednesday. Ansuft IS. IMI where and when they may not use cameras. The public ha* not forgotten th« ■ 

. - Amerloan visitors cannot be expected to know, visit of Their Majesties Kmg 

LORIl WILLlNfiDON In thflr own rmintry notlcM »r. po»trt In THp ObsCrVa 

d,frn« .rca* wh«r. phoU|l^r.p^ h„pium, of HlCUH aClVd 

The Marquis of WllUngdon has passed on and a similar practice should be followed nere. it is Columbia was made maw- s, tb* cditori. 

leaves behind him the record of a great pro- not enough for the Government, or the naval, Government House at that. I — 

consul of Empire, and the record, too. of a most military and air services to make announcements y ha* it forgotten ih* ; Glancing Over Sport 

kindly spirit who won staunch admirers wherever and then expect that everyone will have heard qu,et. out of nouce. calls at roany^a 

he gave his great services to his country. WUh them and will follow any Instructions given. In veierans* hall or hosplul bedside ^ ^ 

the exception of the Duke of Connaught no Gov- this time and age constant relleraUon Is needed, Kin* and therejias ^ 

ernor-Oeneral of thU Dominion ever achieved Where, as in the case of last Sunday, there was ^en the Jltd^he quaUfylhg 

wider popularity and affection. He had the somelhinK like a wholesale non-obwrvance of a U a vew huh ' 

faculty of reaching down into the hearU of the ban on photography, there is the o f;;;^Vs«rinTflndeed. one that, 

people to find out what they were thinking, how how much ignorance prevalU U Is the duty of ^ adorned. , 

they were viewing current events, what were their authority to set the people right, both our own jnany citwen.’. today who , . A , 

goals and ambitions, and when he had occasion people and visitors. jj ,he opportunity were theirvl ^ 

tn speak It was ever his privilege to utter words ~ . would wish to savio.^ i he 

of hope and encouragement WING-COMMANDER BADER jiouUble to diwuifc the. the gicateat of eat' 

As Viceroy of India, for which post he had. as - penaUj** and the improvement-- of nament drew exac 

It were, served an appcfnilceshlp as Governor of There Is heavy sorrow in the hearts of Cana* office itself, nor the tuw t-Ij from all parts of 



liad ever oMered me a Hit he looked 
■erious and replied that it waa a 



The Observation Car icAr'oatter and somctlmcA mean, a 



would wish to *av io. 



Kinsmen Club 

GIFT CAR 

1941 Ford V-8 
De Luxe Tudor Sedan 

I'ully equipped, including licence, \ alue $1,395. I’nder 
the auspices oi the Victoria Kiu'iucn Club, in atd of 

KINSMEN NATIONAL WAR SERVICES 
FUND and tht LORD MAYOR'S FUND 

Purchase Your Tickets Now — 50c each 

•At the r.jti Car, hf.i.« displayed on Vutoria‘» M.un J^lieei. daily 



Of hope and encouragement WING-COMMANDER RADER pouUble to diwuia the. 

As Viceroy of India, for which post he had. as - penaUj** and the improvement-- of 

It were, served an appcfnilceshlp as Governor of There Is heavy sorrow in the hearts of Cana- ofllre itself, nor the suw t-I 
Madras Lord Willingdon was a conspicuous sue- dlan flyers In England for Wing-Commander rtmij^lon that Briti*h Columbia 
cess in what has for so long been regarded as the Douglas Bader i.s missing. He U adored by the makei with tu clvU lUt Time per- 
gr«te.sl admlnlstrauve omrr in the overseas men he led In flight after flight against the 
Lp,r. H..w««lC.lcutU during parlou.s times '■"('"'y Leiiless though he Is there i. no more 

when the civil dlaobedlenee campaign waa at Its P"®' *" at Oovernment House only lo «ayl 

height and he brought to bear m hl.v dealinga h«l y f “rewr^them ^er they has. 

With this happening astute wisdom coupled with hope is that he has not gone to his death but has fltne.« and Merling , 

strength of character that was a hall mark of his made a safe landing somewhere even if it mean. ^ ^ matter into whirti 

career Apart from his tact which was of the that he must remain in the hands of the Germans governments m their Kswn should 
highest order, and his wisdom which was dls- for the duration His exploits have provided squire 

played .so often under such varying circumstances aomethlng In the nature of an epic of the war. Wmaln* however arc 

Lord wmingdon was possessed of loveable char- into which crippled as he Is he brought a person- ^ that has ; 

acterlstics and winning ways. There wa.s an Ality which rose superior to ah h^dicaps. lie ^ bright and, 

Invitation to confidence In his smile, the spirit enjoys a dlsimction only shared by one other f^rm of wr>tce has been^ 

of bonhommle In hts manner of speaking as well member of the Royal Air Force In having the carried out. one which wtU remain 

as in what he said. Hl.s attraction lay in a D.SO. with bar and the DFC. with bar as well. „ «orth-*hlle e**mpie in all 

personality that was all graciousneas and charm ~ ~ ' thfwe whone mUalon u m live in Uxc ^ 

and when these faculties were combined with his British bluejackets, so many of whom are now PobUc eye ^ere havj bwn no 
administrative and diplomatic talents they made visiting ports of the United Sutes where their of Urtin? 

the man what he was. one of the outsundlng ships are being overhauled or repaired, have quite ^ ^ issting 

figures of the time. It was said by Thomas a Job at Umes in evading the curiosity of the ^ khorfly. with *wo 

Carlyle that "there Is no heroic poem m the Americans, especially when those vessels have rnemrnioe* a ro*e In the new gar- 
world but Is at bottom a biography, the life of a Uken a prominent part in the naval battles of <jen, Bearon Hill, and a sturdy 

man " Lord WllUngdon's career was such a poem the war There Is the story told of one blue- tree In the Mayor's Groiv* Boih 

—the life of a man among men. Jacket when asked what H MS stood for on his will be tended with grateful care. 



NAVAL OXFORDS 

n*ln (.maiat b«»4 I'klbtf 

••in a«bb«r bnU SUM • U II. a«rt»la erU«« 4.-46 **4 



THE “WAREHOUSE” 



U}« DOLbLAI •TBSCT 



What will remain, however arc 
the memories of a tank that ha* 



Al'STRAUA'S FIGHTING MAN-POWER 

Australia hut 600.000 men under arms, and of 
these 200.000 are serving with the Imperial Forces. 



Jacket when asked what H MS stood for on his will be tended with grateful care. ^ 

cap replying "Hi musn't say." which was neat If ^ the’ mn with the 

not wholly in accordance with the best principles ^^^m that was not con- i IBG public Unks 

of spelling and pronunclaUon. ^he flower bed.s at Govern- [ u.-J D 

“ ~ ment Hou.m> The iree, as It growi ' 

The Dominion Government has severed dlplo- will reeall the sturdy qualities of a, Seagoing Firemen 



1 llv VUuvI vCSllVii VIM owner and *omeUmes meant a - 

Idt to the one who was walking. 4 A il 1 

ay TB» KDtTOlUAL BTsrr I done lou U 194X FO 

— I walking himself and knew what U I 

lancing Over Sport was u, be tired. He then drove D6 LlIXG I U* 

The easiest way to pl*y SoH ^ away with a smile and a "Cheerio 

the way A R. McMillan, of the j looked siter his big c4r and abkrd I'ullv equipped, including lice 

Uplands Club, does it. Playing Heaven to blew him and keep him . -i .u. Victoria 

in th. nunlltylni, r<ntnd ot thr ' happy. Y«. .f .lUl h.v, «.mc .I '-picea ol tllf Melon. 

seiUorf tournament on Monday | good Samaritan* and real practical KINSMEN NATIONAI 

Mr McMillan journeyed from shot chnslian* left. FUND and tht LORD 

to shot with the atd of some sort JAMES WAUGH. 

of a hand bicycle. On some of 1240 Supeuor Street. VlciorU. BC.. Purchase Your Tick< 

the holes the local veteran could Augu*l 9 1941. 

not use his contrapuon but to ,hf r.jti Car, ht.i.« displayed o 

most of them he traveled with ( 0!»T OE LIVING BOM S l l 

the gicatest of eat-" , . The tour- .In looking over Tlxe Bunday i ■ — ■' 

nament drew exactly 173 enirle- ; j «hrrr tb^ railway aiaI/AI AYFADI 

from all parU of the Northwest, workers and civil servant* in Can- NAVAL VArwIwI 

luat ten shy of the record list m uj receue a cosl-of-lumg , n*iit i** <»it !••«*»» 

1939 . . It was a windy day ye*- bonus. Now. there t-- one Uilng T ' sum • u ii. a*r<.ia m 

terday at the link* and therefore age to know, a* 1 paid in to I TMF ^^WAREHOU 

■gome »r ihe score* were much the superannuation fund for year*. , 4 ,, 
higher than expected. Harry jyj iae payment* were taken ^ _ 

Hodges, editorul writer lor The my p#y cheque every month _ — - - 

Dally Time*, told me th»t he P'*' nn the promise of the Government ' 

seven balls Into the ocean and on | j^at 1 would receive I45J7 per ^ 

the beach' at the seveeith month to iwovuje for my famiW ar-. ^6 ■ ■ ■! 

and finally wound up with a big ^ome Later, without consulung ^ I 
ten . . . Reno Tljatcher, Seattle, ^ down to $33 27. with a j 

and Roy Campbell, also from the , ,j^nil-lnvalld wife to care for. and' 

Sound City, tied for first spot In j j ctrrifd on my eutertammenl* ' K m ' 

the medal test with score* of 7$. I for the boya m iml/orm and aUo ■ ■ mB 

considered very good for the^„^,ny charitable functlona I am Kinghamg. Audi 

wSnd-Awepi course . . . Had a only one on superammatlon y,„-u ^ than O.K. next Win- 1 

cha* with my good friend George |^ho feels as if he ha* been unfairly ' when you're burning Klnghami , 
Cartier. Tacoma, and Jack Oemp- dealt with, and wh«x we see salaries Coal and can hug yourself because ' 

*ey, not the former heavyweight of $100 and up getting bonuses and you got It In when the "getting was 

champion, but Ju*t a consistent gfinwiiig we have to suffer from the good." $13 Foel— EII24. 1 

competitor m ihu* annual event riMng of prices. I leel that our 1 

and he love* me Victoria trip . . , cases should be brought up for con- | 

Quite a few new face* were at *ider*tio«,. a* iwwiiy-one years' *erv- ^ in 

the course on the opening day deserves some recognition and , ^.4 u -niL-mhu mn* 0 I ' 

and at the same ,lme some fa- may aUU be needed, who knows, and 

nullar member* were mfalng . . besides we would only be receivUig w..rr*!rfor unroualed excel- ' 

Curtl* Harold appeared at the »hat belongs to us by agreement. 1 ^ ^^eir search for unequaled excel- ^ 

Imk* wUh a blailng red *un hel- FRANK MliRRYFlKLD. 1 

met with the words ‘Spokane, j gi# Pf-mbroke atreet. Victorui. BC.| To satisfy any audience the band- ( 

1941 public Unks toximameni" on, August 10. 1941. master must not chooae music and 

H D 1 I tn,‘-irumentatlon requiring more or! 

. • • BAND MI .•'IC I better musicians than tho«e at his 



* 2.95 



ms Govsa-HMtbT simaiT 



YOU’RE 

O.K. 



the orgsn to cure the pitch, an 
earnest study of the king of all In 
•trumenU and It* ensemble tone ef- 



I in their search for unequaled excel- ' 
jlence. 

To satisfy any audience the band- 
' master must not chooae music and 
I tn,‘-irumentatlon requiring more or 



That M. at this stage In the War, a noUble con- malic and trade relations with Finland. It gtUl whom »M may 

trlbutlon. Uie more so considering that Australia's maintains them with the Vichy Oovernment. but *1*®. 

population la approximately only S5 per cent of the trade of Canada with Unoccupied France is ^ Beyond that will he 

that of Canada. It means that In the matter of a dead letter because the British Navy holds the „«.,roHes of the co«mMe« Uule ar:.v 



BAND Ml •'IC I better musicians than tho«e at his 

6 lr.-Mr Bl^lDock-. Iriurr on ' U-nollJ. ato 

are not too keen lo co-operate by 



man-power. If this Dominion were doing proper- *ea.*. 
tionately what Is being done by Australia, It would 

have upwards of I.OOO.OOO men under arms and NOTE TO iholatiomsth 

would have something like 330.000 of these with 
the Imperial Forces Moreover there Is the 

official news from Australia that since Ihe crisis Herr there are black sea*, cold sea*, 
arising out of Japan's occupation of tndo-Chlna And ship* unlit that go down to death, 

has developed voluntary recruiting has become vou have the snug home* the safe home*, 
Intensified. Australia is already well^ ahead of Mm who are safe in work or play. 

Canada m the provision of Aghting man-power there are broken home*, burnt ^me*. 

. . ,, ,• .. But hearts undefeated lo meet each dav 

and going further ahead all the time. It Is not 

by any means a pleasant reflection for this coun- I^T 

* . , ....J 4 Whod noi ehatige the peril* that thev run, 

try on the respecUve attitudes of these two ihe safe place of me safe mm- 

Dominions on the War Oura t* the battle for yours in the sun. 

Canadit has some 100.000 men oversea.* In the ~p 'Tennyson Jeaae. in The Bunday Observer. ' 

fighting force.* Possibly there are 250.000 men 

■an in IhU eounU,^.n.ona thorn b.m, n..n of 

the Active Service Force, draftees and those of _ . , 



nf ihoughtfuln«w locked here and ' 
there In manv a breast, about whkh 
'he public ha* not heard at til ' 
Mingled mlth the ' Good-Bye and I 
Good Luck" that the capital city of, 
British Columbia I* evrn now -sv - 1 
ing win be the hope that tt will not [ 
be gcrtd-bye but klmpJf *u revoir ’ 

' I 

Titles at I'lrforio | 

APoorr 

Tjinr Ot (idri <r*t>fta Slaadard Tinn, 
• I VtciOTia. B C . Xvr Ui« moaia ot A.iiLi«t. 

IMl _ _ _ _ 1 

0«t* H M-' Pt'lH M, P« ■« H ei II M * rt 



Firemen Alec and Jim have « i band n»u»it In last Friday'* l**ue of ' .p.i.Z«.v-...*iL 

10 , or tun in . «Mnm, ro.bo.,|Tl,. Colonlat m.t«. on. .onOor 
in.v ,p.m lhr«. >..r. <-on.tru<-'«h.lh.r n. . on, ot th. ■ Int.l- 

tmg on a vacant Jot In Jamesl ' iquoting Mr. Rowland) or • 

Bav dUlnct One day last week j of the ■ men on the street ' tWU- As for Mr. Rowlands letter, his 
the two intrepid ''»moke-eater* iiam-". Although only a high 'uggesllon 1* as logical and correct 

weighed anchor m Uie harbor student and a young must. tan. I a* the fact that we in Victoria are 
and set a course for a cruise f^i j r*n understand why there are ptacUcally all Britishers breaildng 
around the waterfront Several p|irh*pa f^w in the world endowed 1 and living in a pure Briilsh atmoa- i 
knot* later the engine commenced I .^itn an exceptional, perfect and phere. L^l the German braaa 
to rough and splutter. "Say. Jun " I impeccable faculty of Ustening to a i band* u« ihelr rusty Bach pUch. ] 



VICTORIA S MOST 

INTERESTING STORE 



FELT 

BADGES 

and CRESTS 

for 

SCHOOLS, CLUBS and 
SERVICE 
ORGANIZATIONS 



T)i(M s>« W tki Ijfftt 

"CCLLUFElT * er»cm. ing ^ «>H 
$« glsd Is 4«s)« srten tsf Tswr 
sv* c*ctt s* 4n*l* aw* far vm. 



TGOArs ■•OIGGONISM" 
A Iktng at Owtr 
n sn na« (Ofc«tr 



DIGGOnS 

I* lOlOGON MiaaSN L'MMtl'* 



1210 GOVERNMENT 



Alec roared above the clatter of without the aid of a tun- , They don't know any better and 

Ancient machinery, "did you flU ,„j device, accurately discerning the ^ they are proving It In their bestial | * ,» ■ nm 

• *,.« ihU mftmtna? " Jiii'. m»rfh for the deatrucUon of peace. ■' ** I' 



the tank thU mornmg?'' J«'. and correct "plUh" used, march for the deatrucUon of peace. *«oclaUon will hold 

ftraiched hU head thoughtfully difficult to reconcile order and humanity , , 

and shouted back, 'no I thought eiackkaks phonemic bacAground JOHN A, DI OA.STRI I J bJH A 

vou did Alec made a few r*-* • ^^ry with the apparent elasWng M 020 Pandora Avenue Vlrtoria BC,i^ turnout of member* U *i- 
mark* not listed among mutlcai acoustic law% If. according to. Augti*i 9, 1941 j attend 

term* "What* that him Sr^ui ln«tnim»nlji rrmaL not: I 



the Non-Permanent MlllUa or Reserve Force, or 
by whatever other name ll Is now designated 
The quarter of a million Include those, also, in Metr<irn:r«tca 
the Royal Canadian Navy and in Ihe Rnyg) Autuxt IZ. 1941 



The ff eather 

Met«iro:f«ical Office. Victoria. BC, at 7 00 pm 



Canadian Air Force, The Government at Oiuwa 
when dealing with man-power always speaks in 



SYNOPSIS OF WEATHER CONDITIONS I 
Sliowers have occurred in the Rupert dutnet. and 



rmitirt number* It ha* never vet dlacloaed how “ 

rouna numoers u nag never yet oiaciowa now , become lair m the southern eoasul '• 

many of the 55.000 men training, or who have region* in the Interior it has been cloudy and mild 
been trained for air aervlce In the Dominion, wiiii light to monerate ram* ” 

belong lo the Royal Canadian Air Force and how ^ PraiHei it ha* been moderately warm with n 
many come under the Empire Air Training Plan “ ■* 

I„ r;«.rd to th. Roy.l C.n.dlan Navy n,ur„ „ ^ 

hav. hot b..h pubUah.d o, how m„„ o, ,b. ' S 
prr.v)unfl are acrvlng overaea* and how many Precipitation Mm Max |n 

are maintained for home defence, The point that Victoria ^a «2 

It u de.xirable U> make, in eatlmating Canada'* Nanaimo m -i 

war effort in the matter of the provision of namlof^^ 29 *3 9 i a 

flg^iUiig man-power. M that while Auatralla ha* Prtnee George .. P 4 sa '>9 7 

200.000 men with the Imperial Force* thU coun- E*ievan Point . .. v- «i . 

try haa only half that number No clearer con- S5 p 

ceptlon can be given of the fact that thl* AUtn* 4 * 62 . 

Dominion I* lagging In Ita war effort. There i.x, Oaw-M>n . . 33 79 1 

however, the fact to be taken into consideration Seattle ... . . s§ 73 • 

that Auatralla In Its geographical location occu- I ^ 



Far East 



ACKEEC'IIING PF.ACtKKS 



ihe dignity of becoming a subject ot discussion 





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term* wnais him. brass Instrument* must not 

boomed "Oh. skip it.’ Alec bew ^ InUrnsUonal pilch be 

lowed. Then the motor wnee**^ inferlorny complex, 

a few times and lapsed into su- found in ail orches- 

.nr. Th. ‘-0 n''""' und.r th. mu.lc.1 .un? Wh, 

lookrt) .1 ~rh oth« n .nn.ly ^ . 



peeled to attend 



alumni will hold 

CORN ROAST PARTY 

Member* of the V.HB Alumni A*- 



T..» tim* I* Ftrift* StsaSsr* (at th» 
IJWh MrrHllSB Wtil O ll tren 

a IS 94 nour*. from mlknithi t« 

TIi* A*i>rr» fnr h*>*M t« <lUt>niUi4li 

hicH vatar rr.-.s in« »i<«r Whtrt siankt 
MTur In tA« iisi*. thv ltd* 0**i *f ralli 
rnntinusuilr du'in* itdai l 

e*riod* wtihout turninf I 

To er.d ttt* d«pt»i •! ••!*» «" • " •• I 

:h* CiAuiBiU OrydatS *i *nt t'l!* *<Jd m , 
(*M (0 t*« h«t*M p1 hl*h ««t*r •»«!* 

(itra I 

Ql ITE EASY 

Vcr\ stout Lady -to liiMe bov> - 
Can you tell, me if I can get ihroujih 
thu gale to the park^ 

LHUe Bov - I guex* >o A load of 
gra^el has )u*i gone through. 



Alienee superb blending of braaa ensemble* 'wuuon will journey to Wand 

4 e»«*l in sight III ^wg awlnv where they I 

rgh":d“ea s^m^e Tm^^l^een » ^ 

Iff phone Bob" Don«ld.on at Garden 

with the content* of a gasoline | ^ ■ " * ^ " ~ 

blowtorch, and managed lo start; . /’II I 

the engine Bvtnean* Of frequent I \l‘rOnillHl^ lO liUlDPrlSOIl 

fllUng* the .vagolng firemen were I * ■" w xrl awr w, 

able to limp Into port just a* the ^ 

1*A( drop of gaaoUne di**i»pe^*red ” 

A few day* later the two firemen x leam-of-four conteal offers an king and left htm wUhou a aa e 
boarded their craft to escape the e,ceUfnt opportunity »o compare exit card HU fwced diamond re- 

•ultrip.e.vi of 'a Summer night pi»ver». thi* of course applying turn was ruffed In dummy. 

They quickl) loaded a cake of ice *p<.clflfa]ly to ihoae case* in which a declarer discarded hU own to* ng 

two doaen bottle* of pop and h,n<j ha* been bid '.denuc.*Uy at club 

liiree newspaper* contwimng ra- both table* Note the foDowlng At the other ’able to re 

dio programme* Then followed a to be trapped 

leisurely cruise around il»e up of west, dealer. dummy* ace **^ ^*“^ * ' 



the Uland while the ships radio 
set produced all their favonto 
programmer A second Ume the 
eiiRine clanked into silerwr The> 
found the radio set had run 4)wn 
their battery. Jim was bullied 
luto painfully towing their ar% 
with the dinghy Seventeen bUr ' 
ters later Aler managed to atart 
the engine T hope thi* does not 
get into the pap^r " Jtm remarked 
as he crawled aboard —G B. 



Both side.' ...Ir.erahlr 
Team-of.four match 
NORTH 
a 4 3 

V Q 10 7 4 
S K .t *. 

* A J . 3 



being taken out of eaiahot. and yet another 9 

expreaalon of opinion wa.x to Ihe effect that "the 

peacock.4 are nolay”. but that "mast of the racket Average 

la made by crane.s " The latter estimate of this Minimum on ihe graas 

ao gertous a altnation to dweller.s In the vlcItBly ’ 

of the park deserve* examination. The Kreech- ’ ^ ee'^r^M w 

ing of cranea la not austained. that of peacocks Barometer 

can be to the extent of rarklnc human nerves Vane mver- Baromet 

All the fuxy and to do have eventuated as an Kamloops Baromeu 

outcome of a letter to thu newspaper from an , fkxr 



TUESDAY 



BAinahlne August 11 3 hour* 34 mlnuie< 

see PM. WF.ATHFR RCPORTA 
Vw-toru- Barometer 3030. wind. S. 10 miler. -.i^ar 
Vanc'mver- Barometer, 30 19. wind. 6 S mlle.« fair 
Kamloops - Barometer. 1001. wind. NW. 10 miles. 



American vtalior who Uvea, during hit Bummer 



I Prince Oeotge -Barometer. 90 04. wind. 8E I mile». 
I fair 



holidays, within hearing of the peacocks and prince Rupert- Barometer. 30 JO. wind, KE . 3 miles. 1 
cranea and claim* that hu peace of mind has cloudy ; 

been disturbed. It may be doubled if he was very Langara Barometer Jft n. ^nd »w is mlW: fair 
„rtoa. m hU compiunt or .U. h. U . iluUon P«"t io» .iM w J m.:.. , 

for punishment for he admit* that he come* here Tatoosh- Barnmeter $0 30;wmd. 6W Smile* fair ;i 

year alter year and realdea wUhln hearing of the Portland- Barometer lO.ll. wuid. KW, iu mile*, i 

.cr^chlni lMt«d or Chao, in, to . .pot «or. .^nd MW I m.w. f„r, ' 

conirenlal to hla purauita Francisen -Barometer. lOU. wind w J7 muev I 

The complaint U now in the hands of the clear. ^ I 



HIKTV VHAHS AGO lODA^ 



'From TlYe Dally Colonuit of Augu.-. 13. IIOI' 

An Odd Coin— Officer Redgratr will have hU evidrncr ready 
when the case ot the two strangers whom hr arrested fnr paAgii.a 
boi-u' monev is railed thU morning It will b- rrmembrred that, 
when arrested th# men said ihcr had thrown the bad coin In tb*- 
ba> . this U found lo be false, for at the spot where Uir arrest -rz* 
m^e the DOJlceman unearthed the piece in ih** dirt It look* ver^ 
much like a double eagle et first sight but re*ll\ U a Monte Car;-> 
founter ll has been identified by fi'e per.-on* to whom it was 
tendered 

« 

An Attrarfive Exliibiiion - At 3 Velock ihi.« shemoon. the 
.t}«v.nior and Mi'. Nelson will formaliv open the annu«l 
eahlbltion of the British Columbia HorHculture.; Aisorlaticn s;... 
Fruit Growers Societv, in Atsembiv Hall Fort Bireet which hic 
been *oeci*Uir prepared for iha occaaioo Up *o I nclork last ev^ 
rung, some five hundred entriaa Had been received, which guaranU.y 
a thoroughly rcpreaeniaUvt and attractive snow During the ea- 
hlbiUon which will be open to the public this and tomorrow after- 
noons and evening*. Frof Pferdners fine orei-estra will pronde 
good music and relreshmeni# will be provided from ‘HA ■'prntnf 
uniU the rioalr>t of the sj>ow _ 

In Broad Daylight- While coming mit ,>? a ttnre r.n Ger-'ern* 
ment 8tree», vesterriav afternoon, a lady had her pocket picked in 
the laleit professumal Jaahlon The thief was dUappntnted t. 
snatching anv money and the ker*hief qfrtrh h# did :=»?)r'e 
soon taken from him He was srrested or Officer Redgrav*. ar.d 
prwmvely identified Th.e thief say* that l» was done m..,. as a jose 



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I folio* » 

W;st opened uoe kmg of spad-7-:. 

I and. when tot pl*y*d the seven 
: and declarer faiae-*-*rded the ukX 
; »,.e spade ace w#-. c»«hed On to*. ; 

falhue lo ectw> Weal shifted to th# 
1 diamond ten Declarer won and 
Jdrew three rourxrt* of heart*, then 
cs 4 hed the two remaining diantoryl* 
an tha queen of spade* dlacardtng 
a vlub from diunmv Now wUh 
; and diamond* stripped from 
' the North-amjth hand* both de- 
• ^larer« led a club and went right up 
I with the ace 

At one U::». Ei ^ made '>ie 
j •nnnnsr foIk»w->Jt‘ with eh# 
ne •pf* *nd bT ao '*: “r *ea'.*di hts 
’ n-wn A F»w ci^ from dum- 



At the other ’able tot refused 
to be trapped When declarer played 
dummy's ace of cluba E*«t n''* 

-- .•lantly threw hi* king on the 
trick He realised 'hat If Bouth had 
the club ten this would do no good 
but by the same token. If Bouth had 
that card no defence rould be tur- 
ressful 

The ope thing that East could 
guard against wa* being thrown on 
)ead and forced- to make a Tiimo>i* 
return Th.ls East did In' unblock 
ing hir club kmg 

Declarer now w«» hellileas He 
could not mum to his oafii hand 
without uslrui hii last trump Since 
West stUI had a apade It wo-Jid fto 
no good to do »hu In order lo l*ad 
a club toward the jack A* hu onlv 
hope declarer led a low rlub from 
dummy, praving that East had had 
the K-Q blank But Wear overlook 
East'c nine spnf with the ler srxf 
rashed the queen for the *erung 
trick 

TOMORROW 'A HAND 
North, dewier 
Rast-We«t vulnerable 
Match-point dupl'rfra'e 
NORTH 
a to 3 

W A Q J • I 3 
* Q J S 

A K 9 

WEfti EAhi 

SAQJTU *9*3 

w : W 7 4 T 

SA91 **64 

4743 AQIOSl 

BOUTH 
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Mr Cu rte-’*— will discua* this 



for VICTORY 



— TKb d#w 

"VICTORY 

POLICY” 

mBBt$ woMima nB«d$l 

Vhaiever your job, whai#*a» 
your income, yow should he in> 
vesting regularly in Var Savings 
C.ernftcaics. Vet your fsmdy 
Deeds adequate protection, toot 
The new "Victory Policy** 
developed by The Mutual Lifa 
ol Cansda eoahles you to meet 
hoih these cssenttai needs, 
premiums are exceedingly low 
fur a fixed period ofj^ars, while 
you arc investing in ^ar Savings 
(.ernheates. And even at the end 
of this period, when the rate is 
ad|ustea, the premium is still 
lower than you would normally 
psv. You will he able to use ihe 
proceeds of your War Saviagt 
< enificates as they mstur* to 
pay the premiums. 

PermOBBof profpcf^ 

'rhe“VictOfy Policy" isagerwr^ 
wee/ plan of lift insurance. It 
has been specially prepared to 
meet your immediate needs 
As #ce«We fmtmro ^rtotlmn m$ 
ufU. The new "Victory Policv** 
IS avatUhle to every adult who 
IS insurable . . . and it especially 
anracfivc to men and women 
wiih modest incomes. 



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»0mut0¥t /#r eomfi l o t f JtUth pf /A4r 
pimn. Or wrHr Ae TAc MarOref / 

9f (snsttm, Wmfrrtm. OeX. 



yUTUALHFI 

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carsetiaMCO tss* 

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H'« r««s«'i* g-i'Sve- 

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threw him -TO lewd with th# r^.d in tomorrows c-.jnm. 



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ClI 3*4: CourUulds 



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ITIREB do you oet. 

*JURCR.sp,,_j 

«Rstroct‘" 

► ‘•*»I»-Lat* COROsJ 

I cearcriptrcaoI 



WhoVnalrrs on ihe row r^portod 
a it9 InraJ ouuloor tomaton* and 



whotaaakra aaid Small quanuitna 
of Cattfornia Irttuca are bfknt added 



PAY AS 
YOU ARE 
PAID 



TilU DAILY COLONIST, V1CT0RL\, B.C, W liUNESt)AV. AUGUST 13, !'41 



★ 

Ta kaa* rtm 
warhta aai H *a 
Ira 

New 

Method 

IT A BI*T 



THIS 

^EEK 

Trv A 

10. 

Minute 

^ ash 



<;B166 



FINANCE - COMMERCE - MARKETS 



Stock Prices Rise in 
More ActiveT rading 



Pessimism Has 
Temporary Hold 



Ail U*iif 

K*c»N4>itOBt4 

»»4 

OwatAAtM^. 
fricn l<4uc*4 

ffto H also 



fOR£/CiV EXCHANGE 



ynm yobr aui ti 'af< 

tion* to c«nu. 



OKlktAl CaDbtfiba C«kU«l >o*r4 
tawa 1m Uailait tlaita MlAra Int- 
inc 10 Mf cfDI RrtiBlum. aaiUni 
U R«r (tai BrtiBlMm. tAOiftlani i* 
aiacouBta C*»aatan dulUri In 



Tbtra an nnift bora fo mm* nrry rrpo tf bwimtti, frwM k«i^iBn oxb «a 4«- 
kvoriM »• 2-toa trv<kt Mabtt MclaiOo fmi V-l. CkrvrnlBt, Dadao, Amtin, 
laUmalwnal. GM.C. and Diamond T. S«« rbtm No(« iba food condftian 
• • . and tbo mIo prkoT 

NATIONAL MOTOR CO., LTD. 

Ford V-l ~ Marcary "I'* — Lmcola-Ztabyi and Lincabi Caro 

819 YATES STREET 

t 



treet 



NEW YORK, Auf 13 «rP>-R0fI ‘H A i 

ei|it nowa and doubts and fears ; Amtr.raa can 
aroused by WaatitngUm siepa A««rKta Taatrc* 
U|hi«n Ihe economic belt of the T«'*a^ 



NEW HEADS FOR 
SAVINGS GROUPS 



, ugmen uie economic oeit oi mr jai a Tat 

United Stales kept the stock market Anacanat coas«r 

PAD AA I T A ^ • pesaimiitk: mood todsy, 

I If n tilf.. LI II. A few leaden mustered enough ' stosia Aviaiien 

* support to regUter fracUonal ***” 

Lineals Ztabyi and LincaM Cars close, but the general leaning ' c e a . 

STREET was toward lower values as Wall 

Streeters tried to appraise the prob- cmi csn«n . . 

able elTecU of the proposed curbs on 

Birailh. AWerman R A. C. Dewar. insUUment buytnf. the steel pri- to.’T'noaa. 

J V. Johnaon. Hubert Lrthab) rifling and other *"*^*f*M 1^41 



a*mn« a Si enr cant 
CtnadUn aailar in Na* TwK naan 
market US »tr cent aiacauni ar 
Nl> . Vnitetf Statci canlt 
Arirnuna -Otflcial M U tree 21 SS. 
Braen-OffttUI SM free I IS. 
•iKfirR UTS 
HeocKonc— Sa sa 

Sltauito KXlHASOg 
NEW YOlUC Awe IS Ae> Quata- 
ii«na in dailan ofhriai <Bankar«' 
Fereian Kichani* OOMniiiiee tate»<. 
aurina t tl. artiine 4 S4 mn market, 
rakif* 4SS'« 

iKaiet in m»m rak’.aa uniru n*.ner* 
«>»e msiraisS ' 



Montreal Sloeks 



VANCOUVER, Aug 13 tCF), — .Dsikouaie 0 \\ .. 
Fairly active late trading today aarr^ 

Vancouver Stock Exchange pneea Mem* oti . 

I on a higher level. Transactions 5ro«“iiia anur 
totaled 11 300 shares ' Mosei on 

Bralome Gold climbed 23 to HOO|p‘“^J*, 

I and Pioneer sdvsnccd 1$ to 3.60. Fannr rat* 

I Sheep Creek was off 3 si »5 and > 

' Privateer eased a cent to 49 lsland| umied 

j Mountain at 1 05 and Premier at 03 vl“ q* 
were unchanged- 

In the oU section. Calgary A; Ed- nrainme 
roonioo at 1.37 and Home at 220' 
both gained 5 and Okalta at 58 was i 



, UrOvofia 8n«r 
MM«i Oil ... 



cuatrai pDoSa 



George H. Deane, Dr 8 J. WUHb, Pn»«rgeocy meaaures adopted within 
Denis Hagar. Jack Barraclough. *^^ *’**!; ^^* ^*^* « . ..... i oraakV ccme*r 



Kenneth Drury, FYank Mulllner and 
Or A E Whltehouse 



checkers champion 

—Plan Conferences DIES IN SCOTL, 



The Aasociated Prew sixty-stock I q„,j 
composite ended .1 of a point down I Ha«t sogns 
It was the seventh decline Mnce j {||| ni<-*«i 
J uly 28 and in this Interval ihere iccnoteou €^e*r 
ha* been no advance Thus, from 



The Vancouver Dland War flat- flLAIRADAM. ScoUand Aug IS 
Ings Committee has announced ice> Robert Siewart, alxiy-eight 
changes in the perionnel of Up- British checkers champion and re 



DIES IN SCOTLAND sundpouu of the bulla U hxs<N*« York croitti 
! been one of the longesl droughts in ^ [^n^*^nmiiir>r 
^ „ I recent stock market history. rhiiiip* ew* 

U3AM. ScoUand Aug 13 [ neaiingi louled 427 300 ahsres ' 
bert Siewart, yesterday'^ 447.J30 H was' a.os 

leckeri champion and re- , qu^te»t ^Mion -ince July 18. n j 



island comfrnttf^. Ju^e Hanna paind world record holder, died « ] m , 

wUI replace Dr. C. T Hilton. Whoa# . his home here yesierdmy. | merchandise ! :j;«; 



^*^**1***^ regrttfully ae- ^ haw lost only two nnanclng ftelds were dlrecUy hit by [ i'nim csrws* 

^ during si the move to tasUicl time payment };•“•• " 

dUln« Ch«V. wi.« h.. umud purehwm, ' ! tr/AVr^^n ’ 

Wn named chalrmM ^ the Park^ States championship in 1832 bv de- 1 Yielding fracuoits to around 3 
vlll.<Mnn.l>t«-.ndT Pe.r».wUlb. n„„, guik. H. .on th. , poinu w-r, HouAOhold Pu,.nci- »«., 

ch^man or the Courtenay group f^wwptonship so often he ; Beneftcut Industrial Loan Oommer- 

OhrU Spencer. Vawouter. will want of competiuon. cial Invesimenl Trust and commer- v«!i«* Truft 



IMi't Jaoift Bi/RarSiDn A teo* 

i«n aid 

SI' Alfonia ai*«l. Com W‘ 

2 k'. Aikot arevrna*. Cmii .... II 

21 A(*<x ara«ar»M. Fid . .. ilS 

3k Baihural Pap»t ..... IS 

«'» BuHdink Froduct* . .. 14 

24 . Canada NoritvfrD Fu«»r ... S 

4fS * Cai.ada BiaanuMF* * 

. Caiiada tH»amihlp« Fid 2> 

:4‘« Canadian Alrn"-' A 3 

IT ' Can car * Fogndrj e 

S3'. Can Car A FOundir- FIS SS 

4\ I Canadtan rf'.a' »ir Crr^T; ,, 24 

i:‘t Canadian Cnanaar Ftd IIT 

SI ‘Canadian Can«ar<rit 
sr« ; C F R Com I 

*4S ' CMkltlJtl Flo* 4 

3I - . ! Co- .iIidAiad 

4 . I ta«n Cork *S 

k'v DiinPark.Fraaram’. Com U 

a]’* ' nnKiinixn Bndtr 
4f Dommiim oil Ffd la 

nomtoiw *:ru A : al B ' 

*: , Oommian Tar « 

M'« Deminiwn Tt' Ftd as 



A*a»d|up 3 from Monday's ClOSUlg ' 2iglT* 'wihiana ' 

It , I Royal Canadian slipped a frarilon hU‘U MaxM 
to 5*t. while Anglo-Canadlsn re»li®^ a c«ki> 
! malned uiuhanged at 00. , gam.nas »rua . 



Frnd Ortiil' 

, FHMMvr um 4 . 

Framltr Udld 

nt««ia MrDuaald 

H*n« rinld 

Bl>arp Craak 

■‘'^.ti'kak Frrmifr 

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•* I ’Vhue»air' 

, Ym*r Yankff Ctiri 

Miacrll**a*B« 
ta \ loadt Br»a*ria. 

S< I Capiiai lHatra 



Pend Oreille st I 55. 


only 


trader 


smnng the bxAe meiaU. 


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TwptaBent Briuab Colambu at a 
ronfartnee of ehalrtnrn of provincial 
committees to be held tn Ottawa 
on August 15. O N Stacey, provln- 



Biates championship in 1832 by de- 1 Yielding fractions to around 2 ||j| {^,,1 ' 
fesung Newell Banks He won the | polnlv were Household Fuiance waaimihgu*# Brcn>r 
British championship so often he j BeneAciat Industrial Loan Oommer- - 

retired for want of competiuon. | cial Invesimenl Trust and commer- vaii** Trgri 

cial Credit. The firt; two reached: 

METAL .MARKETft 1B4I lows TofUntC 

Also on the soft side were Beth- 
NEW YORK. Aug 13 <jP’ —Copper lehem Sieel. Amertcan Can. Dupont ‘ 



Toronto Slocks 



cial administrator, will attend xn steady, electrolytic spot, ConnecUcutj and Air Reduction .Moderate:'- 

admiryisiratori' meeting in Winnipeg valley, 12 00- Tin steady: spot and ahead were US. Steel, Boeing, Aonar 

on August 30. nearby. 53 00. forward. 8125 Lewd Southern PaciAc. N Y. Central and 

Tho execuUv* of the Vancouver steady: spot. New York. 5 85 to 8*0 Texas Corp B»ai»i 

Uland War Savings Committee dU- zu\c steady East 8l Louis spot 

cuaaed promotional plans for the and forward. 7 25, DOW JONES AVERAGES : 

Fall at a dinner meeting last week l>«w Jenes averages cIosmI today 

Attending were F E Winslow, chair- MONTREAL. Aug 12 <Fi. — aa foilews: 

man; Mrs H 8 Hum. honorary Copper. eleclrolyUc, 1375; tin. 61 75 Thirty IruliutrUli. Il5.il. off .78. •••< 

secretary of the committee. Duncan lead. 5 50; xinc. 8 66; antimony. Twenty rails. 28.86. up .13. 

MacBride. Percy Richards. C. W 15.75, per 100 pounds f ob. Montreal. > Twenty atmues, 18.34, off .16. 

Pangman, O H/ Gardiner. W ; five-ton lots. Total sales. 436,660. H^rs'' 



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deuixiCHAMPION 

with’WFfff'fPfW'CONSTRUniON 



Ever 6inc« war afarted Firwitono haa 
been workini day and night, fuming out 
an endless stream of tires for war use. 
And Here, as in race track, civilian and 
commercial use, Firestone tires have 
provtd that they eland up under any and 
all conditions. 

Firestone tires are now huilt with 
Supar*Speed oonslniction — the tame 
way raca fires are built. That means 
y6u get more value than aver, because 
tires that are built for the speedway are 
doubly safe and economical for uaa oo 
the highway. 

Have your nearby Piraston# Dealer put 
Piraatona DaLuxa Champions on your 
car today — They ooet no more than or- 
dinary tires and on the basis of eoet per 
mile they are, by fer, the cheepest dree 
you oan own. 



Tkxikiu K^jf/ HIGH SPEED 
W LOW-PRICED ★STANDARD 

AriRCSTONC TXRE8 ★SENTINEL 



atoM'an ■ ■■ 

Saatlia 

firalarnt 

BurtkM Ankant* 
Canarltan Malartw •. 
Cantral Patricia 
Cn»»tar»iUa 
Onra* 

8i<](oe<1 Kirklaiid 
ta«t Mkisriu- 
CMorada 

Fairnnbriili- ■ ■ 

Oad a Uka 
Ognnar Ould 

Hard Boak 

Halimiar . . 

Hamr Oil 
Haaar 

HudMMi Bar 14 V B 
Kirkland Uk* 

Karr Addivn 
l^kaaliorr 
l^lirA Uold 
Nttl# UiM Lm 
M dntvr* 

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hULa«d C»rk>nuti 

UrWaiiart 

M«Bata 

Horanda ■ 

O Brian .... 

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Ftmaaur 

Fmd Orailta • , 
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fiaroa 

Bladan Uaiiriic 
Sudbura Baiin . 
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Btaap Back 
Brlraniia . .. 

Tack-Hukhat . . 

Takurn — 

Uchi Lika 
Ospar Ckeada 
Vartiurat 
Waitf A«gta< 
WrisBt-nanra4>a« 



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la:: TaiaBi.on/ 144 

araiihafl TracUaB 7 

a A Oil 14 

8 C Fovar A 

BuUdini FtBd«Kla 14 

1 BurlinttM) Biaal k 

I Cknada Ctmani * 

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Ckn. Car e Fagndr* • 

can tnevatribi Airahai A 
Can lB4«Hriai AWnhal • 14A 

Canadtkn FariOc * 

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FSrS of Canada II 

Oatinaa* F»«ar ' 

' Oanaral St#ai*araa ' 

, Hiram Walker . . ■ 41 

1 tBisanal Oil ... i 

' Imaartal TaSara* ll 

iBtl Niekai 74 

Imt Fai^ |1 

I^ka *r iba W<«4a 
IftM*- Harm J 

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Bank at M-niraal 141 

' HA«ai Bai.: 141 

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Otia Ik 7k g» «t 

Sam lie OSS 



WHAT'S DOh\0 0\ 
THE LOCAL RETAIL 
PRODVCE MARKET 



cucumbers no the merkcl. Pickling 
— -T-idi ir* now tvaileble for con-, 
fUJrtptirwi v*i 

Local iFtluc* suppIlFF are not large I ^7? 
. Fnough to satisfy the demand hare | ai 



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■ SlfH'ks and Bonds 



■ A a Auca a co. tnctoAiAi 



ait Car A Fruiitirv Ffd 

P R 

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Corporation BoiuU 



ESCAPED PRISONERS 

ARE BACK IN JAIL 

iN 

^ SWEFTSBURO. Que . Aug. 13 CP) 

• • {»T%o escaped ptiaonen, ent shot 
n • through the ann by a poMM, were 
M bsek in custody ycalerday after 
• twenty-four hours of freedom The 

: men. Annand tcaucUlr. twenty, of 
Bridgeport. Conn., and hts twenty- 
„ one-year-old brother. Bnillen. were 
i *4 captured Sunday after a posse cor- 
^ ' nervd them on a farm near Milling- 
IS ! ton They had escaped from 
jSweeUburg Jail Saturday. 

n 'PORTSMOUTH CONFERS 
" FREEDOM OF CITY 

'll I PORTSMOUTH. Aug 13 KF — 
■ » I The freedom of the city was coo- 
*7 I ferrrd on Harry Hopkins yesterday 
a* ' u Uibuie to his work aa President 
** RooAeveU'.<i personal represenlatlvt 
'■ In BriUin . 

Tilt award wsk cotifriTed on Mr 
Hopkins m absentts Freedom ef 
i M the city likewise was awarded to 
Prime Minuter Churchill, who also 
1 wsK not present. Whereabout! ef 
both men were not known. 



Bgrol a WaiDbftiBt. Lid • 

Bid Aiird 

Akcubi k'. IfiJ 7) S* 74 kS 

B c Fulp r. mn ... n <ks as m 

BT"wfi Cf* J' • ifks erwi dim 

c*is*ry F«*«r »' Ikes 1S14W )dk M 
Cknudk Ctiardi 4«'>. IkVI ISI SS ISk « 

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C FJt I* IS4» . . 17 N M U I 



Dominion Bonds 



! C FJt I* IS4» . . 17 N M U I 

< C F It SV- . ]kM ... kl 7k N 7k 

{ Oecmnisti T*r 4' iSkI .. lOidO Idk 14 
Ftmouk FUmi * IMI . •; 14 IOd.40 
; Ukt>nr*u Fo*«r S'. . Ik4k 141 SO 142 1i 

Mipl- leaf I'' 1HS 74 14 7t M 

I Mkur>-H*rna 4«* - ISS4 kl C* kk 74 

M<U'*l1-Fr>ini«BM 4V-- ISkk tkLSO tS4 *4 
, Sh**ir4ts*n 4 IMl 14014 147 14 

RtinpMiB • L<4 4'.-. 14kl 14BM IM 44 
! L'BltfO DrkiB Or*i k'^ llkk M .'4 



LONDON STOCKS 



Oaib bf Car. H41 

1141 



III A Waiflirritbi I«d 
Bid 

R. 1141 k V 140 Wl 
1441 k V 14417 



Bid Aak*4 

140 VA t»t 44 



IH4 144 44 

1144 I'- '. IM 4A 

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1441 4 • - IM 74 

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1444 1M14 

Fare I % 43 Ik 

Ikkk IVW IMkS 
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LONDON Aug 12 UP> — British mi k'v 

I stock cloBlng.':. In sterling Ausiln ^Vr jalr' iiti {''•t* 
' A. ' !4s ftd; Babcock A WUrox. 45 a. irs wir lmb mr 
Brltuh American Tobacco. 86s ftd; ooMiTiinN 



141 M 1M44 
4471 44M 



ooMiTiinN Gt AEAvraik 



Foreign KoihIs 

Burna A Wbn«M«m Lid > 
B.d 



SDr ftd. Dr Beer?, dfd.. C7 5-8. East 
Oeduld. r» 5-8: HBC. 2«s. MeUi 
Box. 75a ftd. Rand, tl: Springs. 32a 
Bonds British 3 1-3 per cent Con- 
sola. £81 3-8; British 3 1-^ per cent 
War Loan. £106 1-16; BrIUah Fund- 
; ing 4'K. IfteO-ftO. £114 1-8. 



Can Hal Bl* 


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Aur-afi ; 4 -' Cmj*4^,,lMl II4M 11*0, 

rT,7d A MU iJ fd‘"«"F'A« IkOl MM 17 kS ' 

MauPf M*rn- Ffd aa STf- S ‘iLi * ’ *i « ^iSi 

Ra»«lil7oil ■ ■■■ si *5? ,a»d»ArkS-- IkSk 44 M 74 40 

miVni Walbar ' « ' Vwiiad Kin«doai a - I4M 14 kS 11 M 

S!i:: wtll;;. Ffd :: \k V,< Asoa. ar.r-a Yer. 

Banka 

Bail* l^f r -t?>iT<ATi a lak ia7 8'OREIGN EXCHANGE i 

Ba:.; Ikj Itk ' 

Bangge CinadianneHalMaai* 142 OTTAWA Aug 13 iCF) — OfflCiah 

’ ^ ■ Fnre ign Exchange Control Board 

V .'ADL/C'T unchanged tl United States 

t-VJvJ* \lAKlxfc. I dollars buying 10 per cent premium. 

.. .1 selling y per cent premium Equiva- 

Ttif'c prices are obtalneTl dally dlacounu on Canadian doUari ) 
from the offlre of the Dominion *” Yofk- buying ftftl per oent, | 



A. E. AMES & CO. 



asw yoan 
Mnxraxkt 

SSI-aik aafa-*! B«*M 



Lurmn 

iKYBBmMT aict'Bi'ras 
vaNcorvea 

TOaOHTO 

yrcTowa 



WINHIFIO 
lOHDON. SHGLAJm 

Ta««»aM*a 6 1171-8-1 



Government Poultry Produce In- xelUng 9 0® per c«U 
apecuon Service. Vlctorta. 0 3482. Sterling, in Canadian funds, buy- 
To producer ing 84 43. selling 14 47 

Grade “A " laree Jft * 

Grade ‘ A * medium M BAR GOLD 

Grade • A ' pullet JO _ . _ 

JO MONTRKAL. Aug. 13 CP> — Bar 

Following are city wholesale gold in Ixmdon was unchanged to- 

Grade "A" Urge 43 at 63 7 54 an ournre in Canadian 

lOnidF A" medium .40 funds. 168e tn BrttUh funds repre- 

j Grade A pullet .34 kenting the Bank of Cngland'i buy- 

I peewce . J4 >ng price TTie fixed 836 Washing- 



lerain Markpts 



.40 funds. 168e tn BrttUh funds, repre- 
.34 senting the Bank of Cngland'e buy- 
j4 Ing price TYie fixed 836 Washing- 
ton price amounted to 631 50 In Ca- 
nedlen fund.? 



DOMINION OF CANADA BONDS 

BOUGHT SOLD QUOTED 

BURNS A WAINWRIQHT, LTD. 

0 Slkl-S ess VIKW iTUKT 41S CXHTRAL ai>ILOIN4) 

DEPENDABLE 

ya«r ■•••r**** fk**f**t*»— 0»f Cm*»**Im* *miM** 4 MrvH* fM*rS *f ••■••r 
■i«bl ««*4*r1-« COMFtm DIFBHPABIUT'V •••■• *«•»• ml wIM A*! e**a*la> 
*r«i*rtt*« fa* ra«. L*4 w W* r**. 

PEMBERTON & SON. LTD. 

MS FOBT eTBIXT FHOMt O SIM 

DOMINION SUCCESSION DUTIES 

Will reJee* lk« i»st «il«i s4 reef *tts(« Cstk ts HV tk«« mif ft* F*e«t6c6 
by «a*04l LMk lR»bri«c4 Ksltf evoltj h* «H I8«i ef Is 80 

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I California from peppers were In*. •-7*1* w»i**n4M ue 
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grapefruit and Caaaba melons wUl' sniuii ost*ws»« i- tsti mia 
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gosoUae so badly opoded for our Navy. 
Amy and Air Forco. Drive lo work In 
fours insleod of sin9ly, taking tunu md 
•0 usag only ONE oar inetead of four. 
Double ufL too. for trips to the moviee 
and for ^Ofipang. Honour your SO SO 
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Cmadc needs it 

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THI. DAILY )I 



Social Activities and Notes of Personal Int erest 

Lady Diana 
Enjoys Life 



Enf^ofiempnl.^ 



WAfcm by UtU« Mullyn R«UL Tht 
r«lns of the wkgon were hitched to 
■ lighted »Ur by the bruie>u>>t^< 
while her frlende wished her every 
heppmeM for the future. Oorsege 



Just Arrived 

TWEED COATS 



Mm l>0 t'G AIX— 04 1 1 1. V I F. 

Colonel t«d Mrs O. Hunler 
Pemberton Ro«d. fomserly 



OgUvle, 



were preeen 



A reception wm held on Seturdey > 
evening At Uie home of Mr srtd . 
Mrs H. Kelly. 341 punedlii tiireet. 
In honor of their dwiighier. Enid : 
Rae. whose mAtrlAge to Mr Richaid 
Myers took place tn Vancouver re* 
cently. The party was also in the 
form of a farewell to Mr. and Mrs ' 
Myers, who are leaving in a few ^ 
days for Powell River The house j 
wa* gaily decorated with streamers , 
and pink and mauve asters The 
bride received many beautiful gifts 
among them a wedding cake from 
her aunt. Mrs A J Blancll. and an 
eiderdown from her fellow em- 
ployees of the New Method Laundry 
A toaal was proposed lo the bride 
and groom by Mr J O Kelly, the 
bride's uncle, and the evening was 
spent In dancing The invited 
Mr and Mrs J O- 



inart v 



Care). Margaret Barker. Zeta Clark. 
Florence Murkar. Irene White snd 
Peggy Wharton. 

• • • 

Shower for Brtde-lO'Be 
MiM. WlnnK.co'WifUains who U 
bring married ic Mr, H C Davies 
next week, was ihe guest of honor 
lost evening «t a miscellaneous 



nounee the enitgemem oi meir 
younger dauglTter. Mary Adelaide. t«| 
Major Keith MacDougall. WUmoi 
Houae.” Oak Bay. son of the isie 
Major-Oenrral Charles MacDoiigall. 
CMO. and the late Mrs Mac- 
Dougall. 

B\RrtyT\— MARTIN 
Mrs Joliu Oall. Rorkland Avenue, 
announces the engagemeni of her 
granddaughter Evelyn Elisabeth, 
daughter of* Mr. William Martin 
Vancouver, and the late Mrs Martin, 
to Pay Lieut -Commander John 
i Barclay, R C N . j’Oungest son of the 
' late Mr and Mrs. George Barclay. 
Vernon B C 



and to the mothers of the bride- 
to-be and groom-elect, after which 
games were en>^cd The invited 
guests were Mesdames J. J. Riddle. 
H Noble. P. Riddle, A P. Fryatt. 
W. McElgunn. D. Lindsay. Muses 
L. Noble. E PryaU. S- Evans, h 
L indsay. E Ames and M Herliage 



colot cotnbina 
tioii*. fn>in .. 



Alice— What makes you think >our 
new photographs are so horrid? 

Gladys— All my girl friends a*k 
for one. and my male friends don’t. 



at her home. 1334 MUcheU Street 
The rooms were prettily arranged 
with alnnias arid sater*. and as she 
enle:ed. the bnde-io-be was given 
2 single lovely yaidenia bloom, end 
Mrs WUIUnu lecelved a corsag* 
bouquet of SweeUieart roaes. The 
many pretty gUU were presented m 
i a container covered with white 



FINAL 

CLEARANCE 



STILL ON 

LOWEST PRICES 
ON 

HIGHEST VALUE 

MUNDAY’S 

SHOE STORE 



guevU were 
Kelly, Mr and Mrs H Sage, Mr 
and Mrs E A Carlow. Mr and Mrs 
E A Carlow, Jr . Mr and Mrs D 
Tubman. Mr. and Mrs. O LaLonde, 
Mr and Mrs R StancU. Mr and 
Mrs 8 Jones. Mr and Mrs. O 
Shingles Mr and Mrs A J StancU. 
Sergeant and Mrs B Drvvlale Mr 
and Mrs O McCready. Mevlame.v 
R Nell H Lanertfll P Corbin. T 
Be*t E Clark. Mevvra I* PUf. H 
Flower, B Falrbalm C WUllarnmn 
CPO J Arnold. FRA PO R 
Brett PO B Lawson. Stoker R 
Bennv, Pte F Finlay. Pte J Fsrqu- 
har pre M Clemens Mliue* Bernice 
Kelly. J Clark D Clerk. C StancU 
W L Tubmsn and Master Melvyn 
Ben 



Colonel and Mrs W S Latta. 
Oaihi^ie 6ti>'et. have returned 
home from a trip to Prince Rupert 
snd StewarL BC. and were accom- 
panied by Mrs. Latta's parents. Mr 
and MiA J- Sayer. New Westmin- 
ster During (Ue course of their 
holiday Colon.*! and Mrs Latta vu- 
iied with friends in Vancouver, and 
also with Mr. ana Mrs Sayrr. 



Terrace Avenue, and Un 
Mitchell The marriage 
place this Winter 



Are You Nervous 
And All On Edge? 



From Ref ins 

Mr. C R Davidson. KC. snd 
Mr> Davidson. Regina, with their 
children. Peggy. Jane and Jack, are 
the guests of Mrs Davidson's 
parents. Ueut -Col snd Mn. James 
McAra. who have been spending 
several months in Victons and are 
living at Suite 4. Mount Edwards 
Apartments. 



Gin Presented 

Ml.\> Molly Kennedy. 1003 Davie 
Street entertained a group of 
friends last evening at a delightful 



•uffvriBt Troro loss •( spgsOia 
snd raodowo eondHioa dus to nsrv* 
siralD. often oeed s 
sensrsl lopla Ol»eero L^lUitn wtta 

■us It IS sspscisUr bsnsfloiai foe 
exmvwiseesois WT locrowalaa thS auP* 
Diy of viiatnlB B in to m* system, 
soostlis Is Improved snd ths syttsm 
bum «p to normal. It 00 St all Co»- 
nlnrbam Dr«i« ktoras and 
stnroa '4det * 



party given in hr<oor ol Misa Doraea 



Peiherbridge whose marrisge to 
Serf! Jack Rei»;heri. R C A F . will 
take place this month An attract- 
ive thirty-iwo-plece breakfast set 
MlM Petherbrldge 



Harr Orrhiti Hloonm 

Arc ffixplayrd Herr 



Honored by Avvjrlates j 

Mis. Joan Chipper, whose mar- 1 
rlage to LAC. Arthur M Barber | 
RCAF, will tube place next week,, 
was honored on Monday evening 
when member.i of the Income Tax 
Department of the Provincial Oov- 
emment entertained at the home of 
Miss Peggy Whanon F*orbes Street 
The brlde-lO'Oe received a corsage 
bouquet of pink rosebuds upon her 
arrival, and later a bridal set w»s 
presented to her on behalf of all 
those present Game* were enjoyed 
during the ev^'iilng and a buff'i 
supper wa* 'e*ved Mn- William 

DevUle and Mr.<- Ralph Oumbleton. 



was presented 1 *j 
during the evening, bearing a card 
containing the signatures of those 
pressnt and accompanied by a bou- 
quet of flowen. Bridge wsa played 
and a buffet supper was served later 
irom a table covered with a lace 
cloth and oenttrd with a crystal 
Vise of white enreopsls snd lighted 
by Ivory tapers u» crystal holders 
Mrs W D Remedy presided Those 
, present were Mr and Mrs F. E. H 
.leeves. Mr. and Mrs Harry Bleas- 
dale. Mr and Mr» Joe Grant Mlasea 
Gladys Cook. Masie Semotik. PhyliU 
Peat sc Marguerite McCracken. 
Molly Kenned). Muriel Petherbrldge 
Ullisn SlmmotJi. Roona Tregella^. 
Norma Clayton, and Messrs. George 
Ptelds and Ronnie Ward 



Rostevs al Tea 

Mrs Alfred Woodcrofl. Windsor 
Road, entertained al tea on Tues- 
day afterruxin In honor of Lady 
Burden. OBE. who Is making her 
home m Victoru for the duration 
of the war 



A large number of vuitors gath- 
ered in the lounge of the Empress 
Hotel yesterday to see the beauiifuJ 
Denrobium-Dem>afoUa. a very spe - 1 
nal orchid grown In the hotel's orchid 
house. *Idils flower, which blooms 
only every flfieen years grows In 
clusters, and the one displayed yci- 
terdsy had almost fifty small 
blooms "niey srr white with touclve- 
of mauve and have very long yellow 
plMeU. and each tuiy bloom u 
about the slse of « large sweet pea 



Lady Thornton, widow of Sir Henry Thornton, former C N.R. president 
pictured se the Empress Hotel, whets she is staying at pree^t Lady 
Thornton is assistant to the president of United Air Lines. Mr. W. A 



temtmemmuA art 



Camp. Reports wUl be heard from 
churches, camp, psychical research 
sociriy. missionaries and psychic 
college Delegates wUI be present 
from New WestmuvMer. Vancouver. 
Nanaimo. Bhawmlgan and Victoria 



parents. Capt and Mrs V C Be»t. 
OangcA. WUig-Commander Gordon 
Beat, who was accompanied by his 
wife, moiored bark to Moose Jaw 
on Monday. Mrs V C Best re- 
turned with them for a months 
VUlt. 



News of Bereavement 

Mrs. H. Walters. 1153 Johnson 
Street, has received word of the 
brother-in-taw. Mr A C Walter-s. 
who had many friends Ui Victoria 
and who wsa a patient In the Royal 
Jubilee Hospital last January. Mrs 
Walters Is leaving today for Ed- 
monton to make arrangements ior 
the funeral. 



GILPIN— HEARNDF.N 
Montreal and Vancouver shared 
interest with Victoria In a quiet 
wedding In 8t Saviour's Anglican 
Church. Vancouver, on August • at 
« 30 p m The ceremony was per- 
formed by Rev Samuel Pea M A , 
PhD - when B3len Margaret <Dalsyl 
only daughter of Mrs 



Here From Calgary 
Mr. and Mrs. C U Liickhart. Cal- 
gwry, former residents of Victoria, 
are spending a few days with Mrs. 
Luckhari’B sister. Mi« Ella Dryden, 
Ontlgdarroch 



Returns Home 

Mrs H M Morton. Currie Road 
Oak Bay. has retunved home with 
her three cJ.ildren sfter a holiday 
at Woodslde Farm. Sooke. 



By PATRICIA LINDSAY 



Bride-to-fte Honored I 

Mrs D Reid enterulned recently 
at her home on Lavender Avenue. 
Marigold. m honor of Miss 
Phoebe RMldJe who will be marned 
tn September to Mr Jack Noble 
The many preoenuv were drown Into 
the room cn a beautIfuUy-decorated 



VlMitlng VirtorU 

Chief PO A W Bheard ERA. 
Halifax, has returned to his ship, 
after being the guest of Mrs Alice 
Plnningtnn and family. 1146 Rock- 
land Avenue 



Heamden. 

Heamden. formerly of Victoria, and 
t?»e late Mr Charles M Heamden. , 
was united In marriage to LAC., 
ATvdrew Crowley Gilpin. RCAF,^ 
Patricia Bay. only son of Mr and 
Mrs A. C Gilpin. Montreal 

Given In mamage by her mother | 
I he bride wore a Jueen's blue Jacket ^ 
dress with white scresaorte.s and a ' 
corsage bouquet of white gardenias 
' Miss Vera Howard. Victoria, was 
bridesmaid, wearing a powder blue 
dress, prlnce.ss style, with white ac- 
cessories and corsage of sweetheart 
' roses 

I The gronm wss supported by 
LAO Tom Lindsay RC.AF For 
the occaslo i the bride s mother wove 
a navy sheer ensemble and the 
groom's mother rhoooe a dress of 



RELAXATION 

RECREATION 

REJUVENATION 



With Mrs Theodore Jenkins. Phlia- Return From Holiday 
aelphia. and are registered at Uie' Major and Mrs R L Miller, BL 
Oakbay Beach HotgJ, .David Street, who have been riding 

• • • ' and hiking on the pv)rWdden 

Winnipeg Arrlvala Plateau for the past two weeks. 

Mr, and Mrs H O Shurtlifl are retunved to their home 

Winnipeg visitors In the city, stay- . . • 

ing at the Oakbay Beach Hotel. From Winnipeg 

. • • Df and Mrs &nw.i Wallace have 

From Beverly Hills arrived from Winnipeg to spend a 

Mr and Mrs Douglas’ P Scott, fortnight vtslting friends Thev are 
Beverly HUls. and their daughter, rf^,tered at the Emprew Hotel. 
Miss Joan Scott, are spending a 
week at Ganges, where they ar«- 
vistllng Mrs. Scott's mother and 
slater. Mr.v. W E Scott and Miss 
M I. Scott, of ’’Rnckridge.'' Ganges 

S • • 

Al Ganges 

Mr. Jack Haxelwood has left Vic- 
toria for a few days' visit to Ganges 
Harbor, where he Is the guest of 
Mr and Mrs Frank Scott. 



★ SPECIAL ★ 



I ouv M » i«4cSer but I 
a wtlliig «tu(Vnt on tb« P<xt'.and 
Canal Cniiae HealtMuJ a<» Htffjfs 
sM ahipbnsrd fun ccrumW taught 
BM how lo eat altbflugh I had ts 
"cram'' to digea sU (hr ougothrml 
•cmwT Add now All aU(CT«vBa 
arc nutsidt on tht S S " Prince 
Grtege’ and ”Pnnea R«r»rt‘ 

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Holiday at Sait iSprtng 
Mis. Cnmrles Tolson. Victoria, and 
her three sons left for Vesuvius Bay 
last Sunday to spend a week at 
Inglls* Camp, Vesuvius Bay. 

• • • 

Visitor From Salt Spring 
Mrs. Joa'k Abbott. Oange^i Is vis- 
lung her parents. Mr and Mrs V 
Oswald, for a few days. 



Y.P.S. NEWS 



KT. ANDRF.W*!t 

The Young People's Society of St. 
Andrew’s Preabyfertan Church will 
hold a beach party on Monday Au- 
gust. IS. at Witlowa BearJi Mem- 
bers and friends who wUh lo attend 
are asked to meet at the church a* 
7 O'clock and to bring a cup. 



MIRH Jl’NF. ri.VDF.. Ariresa and Volonteet Wnrke 
Forces. Detnonalrales Neatness and Altractivenesa 
F.soenllal for Ihity 



Retorn Home 

Mr J O'Reilly and Mr J W 
O'Reilly have returned to Victorii 
after a short visit to Salt Spring 
as guests at Ganges Imt 



it««dt »•» sH «ape»(sat Ml»- 
tr«l SsUt « PLUS Heshh 
C«(«|l HEAD Wkost Gstoi. 
Iks IrsA. Soys l«sa. 

SlU) Hrsltk CetssI IklAD 
inetr aatntiOM t*at hskrd. 
Mod« hr McLtsM, seM of 
gfwcm- 



SPIRITl’AI.IRT CONFFRENC’E 

Tlie fourth annual conferenre of 
the British Columbia Council of the 
NaUonal SptrltuaUst Association of 
Canada. Inc . will be held on August 
33 at 7 pm at the Fulford Summer 



Women Volunteer Defence Workert Urged to Make Up 

Moderately 



MF KNFW 

“Confratulate me Jimmy. Im en- 
gaged to Sally Jenks " 

”t ro awfully aorry Harry, but 7 
can’t coosclentloualy do it: I're been 
engagad to Sally myself ** 



L ouise W Johnson s chairman 
in the Volunteer Service oi the 
Red Croo* whose rules of conduct 
Will more fw less govern all women i 
in service declares We expect our 
volunteers lo use good judgment in 
the use of make-up. and IV is not 
oft-en that we have to warn against 
excewM *• 

Neatness and common sense are 
stressed as means to govern the 
make-up habtu of the growing army 
of Canadian wnmen volunteers, ^rvd 
! by the applicaiion of these prln- 



Returna to Moose Jaw 
After some days’ 



A Recent Bridal Couple 



COKE 



and water When applring make- 
up for duly hours, an easily applied 
base of moist caked pinrder Is moat 
handy. U blends in with the skin 
tone and holds the Inooe powdFr 
Intact for a long time “ 

Mr Pbetor selected June Clyde 
actress and rwomt Tolunteer to the 
ambulance auilltary aervtee, as a 
model to demonstrate hU unlfcrm 
Over her make-up baae 



3t lo ta yoaiw eld. Womew wbe ora 
Bwiody. RimvOUB-wbo 

f oar boa dooboa. dtooT ^mUo— 40 (aka 
Lydia g Flnkbom'i VagaSabto 0(»- 
pouad. PtnkboiB'a Compound la tf- 
(•cuva la holp woma n dunng Ibam 
"trytbg lUnaa’* Su* to fu&etMmai 
IrcofularlMM Mod* la Ooooda. 
WOBTV TmTOrOI 



Lakeside Resorts 
Bathing Beaches 
Mountain Districts 



Delivered Within th« 
Three-Mile Circle 



make-iR> 

powder was Ugbtly applied, her llpa 
were rouged in a natural shade, and 
her light brokfi were ever so slightly 
darkened with a brow pencil Her 
hatr was pet in the neatest o< oolf- 
fur« with sleek pompadour to front, 
and bock hair pinned Into a naat 
She wore a 



Wp Win Take Your Camping Equipment 
Anywhere 



BOATS GO ROUND 



THk ISLAND FREIGHT SERVICE 

UNITED 

1812 DOUGLAS ST. 



roll at nape of neck 
taUored suU, ehite glovea. no hot 
Red Croea reguiaUovM Inatst that 
nursea have thHr hair omptetely 
covered but other voluntoer aide 
may retain longer hair 1 / U la neatly 
draned and ao cotfTed that It may 
be quickly combed into place To be 
, avoided are eotfluree which Involve 
dlOcult curlirtg. bongs or hair flying 
I out of bounds 

. U U the hope of flif Interested In 
our noUen'e defence that eolunleer 
workers wtU uee good penae In their 



PHONE 0 8188 



Beauttfttl Brapowirt. Cho»ce Copper. SterUng and KUtod Mieer. 
Claeming Claao, Brainy Booi^ Fancy "Pollworth'* Artselea. 

The variety ol gooda on aak are LIKE A NAIL ORDW 
CATALOOUC. AND BK81DBS ao many Aorlqoa, Unoaual and 
Intatcftinf Artklaa. 

What ia your rime worth? No matterl You will be well paid 
If you vialt 

THE FAMOUS 

Red Cross Svperflaities Store 

1320 GOVERNMENT BTREIT — Opened Ten Days Aftw 
Declaration of War— Plrat in Cortada. 



We Shan Abo Cootlnoe Bask« MaWnl^ Chah ^M^g; 
and Wteker Chair Repairing. Rash Sottiog; Sheet Metal Work 

We Have on Hand a Number of Klicben Tabka, Ironing BMfds 
and Varmus Household Articles WhKh We Are Anxious to Clear 



The Red + Cross Workshop 



Uading Stoker f. D Oyer, R.C.N V.R.. and Hk Bnde. Formerly Mie* 
Myrtle Foeter, Who Ware Married at It. Alban • Church. 



S84-6 JoluiMa StrMt 




SAFEWAY 



THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. B.C. WEDNESDAY, AUCLST 13. 1941 



ffftchvt WcdntMiajr. Diartdajr, Fnd»r iiid S«tMrd«y, A» 9 iNt 13, 14, IS Md 16 



|In the Realm of Women 



Princess A lice Becomes 
Head of Air Force W.A 



Olrbrale* Ninrli«*lh 

Birthday Quirtly 



Gantc* Ia41w' Ai4 

The li.omhljr mMtinf of the Lo- 
cUes Aid U> the Uangeft Unttod 
Church w»* held recently at Ihe 



a* Honorary Air Commandant With 
Rank of Air Commodore 



members and three vUttors «cra 
prceent. Mra. J. Dewar preaided 
and took charie of the devo* 
tlonal period. Satufaelory reporta 
were heard from the secretary and 
treasurer also one oo the annual 
picnic, which, held >olnUy by (he 
Ladles' Aid aiMl United Church Sun* 
day School, had proved moat enjoy- 
able and succeasful. A vote ol 
thanks was passed to Mr. and Mra 
R. Toynbee for the use of their 
KTOunds on that occaalon. Arranfc- 
ments were made for a beach party 
and wiener roaat to take place thia 
evenlnf on Mr and Mrs. Toynbeca 
beach at Oangea. and plane were 
discussed for an open-air meeting 
and tea to be held at MouaVs Point, 
Oanges Harbor, on Wedneaday aft- 
ernoon. September 10. Tea hoiteaaea 
were Mra. 3. Andrraon and Mrs. S. 
V. Henn. 



Juicy Sunkisf, AM Suet 



Caiitoraia, Larga Sut 



CANTALOUPE 3ib..2fl‘ WATERMELON Qc 

Okanagan, Vim Ripanad A Treat lo let — Par lb. ... 

GREEN BEANS 2 n,. 15« POTATOES n.. 2Q‘ 

Praih, Stringitsi Lacal — U Sbopptng lag * wF ^0 

PEACHES n CC APRICOTS $1 CQ 



OTTAWA. Aug 12 <a> - PrlnceM 
AUea has consented to become hon- 
orary air commandant of the Cana- 
dian Women's Auxiliary Air Pome, 
the Royal Canadian Air POrrc an- 
nouxusad today. 

This follows tht Royal ptr^^^nt 
set in the British Isles when Her 
Royal Highness iha Duchess of 
Olouceeter became honorary air 
commandant of the Women s Auxil- 
iary Air Force of the Royal Air 
Porte, after which the C W A A F is 
patterned. 

“Since Prlncesa Alice has always 
taken the graatsct inUraat in 
sromen’s work the C W A A F can 
count Itself very fortunate In secur- 



ing her sympathy and support." an 
air force official said. 

The honorary air commandant 
will wear the broad sirlpea of her 
rank and the gnld-braided cap of 
an air eommodnrr * Tl ts expected 
periodic visits wUI be made to vari- 
ous Royal Canadian Air Force sta- 
tions which will be partially staffed 
with air women. 

MAPrV INTERESTS 

During the first Great War. the 
Prmcess was chairman of the war 
pension committee. She also showed 
an active interest in the TMCA 
organtxatlfvu of Berkshire and 
Buckinghamshire and personally or- 



Okinsgan, No. 1, Medium S«ii — C jm 



Moorpark — Wbila TVay Ljsf, Par Caia 



MRS. M. IVERSON 



0 SBORNK Court Aparuncnu, Mc- 
Clure Street, who quietly cele- 
brated her ninetieth birthday yeater- 
day. Bom in Devon, England, she 
has lived in Vancouver and Victoria 
for the paM Iwemy-ftve years 



Air Avrviree W A. 

Members of the Women's Auxili- 
ary to the Air Bervlrei pledged their 
«upport lo the Air Cadet Leweue at 
a meeiing held yesterday at Uie 
Y M C A . Mrs. H. C MacCallum. the 
prewideni, In the chair. Major R U. 
B. K«r, national director of the Air 
Cadet League, addreased the mem- 
bers on the cadet scheme. It «,as 
announced that the auxiliary’s bank 
balance was at xeaent ll.M3.01. The 
kmtung group turned In six sweet- 
ers and eight palm of socks, and 
eight artlclee were oentntautod by 
tha sewing group. The next kntt- 
Ung XMcUag will be tield at Iba 
home of Mrs. R. H. Kennedy. S40 
.Newport Avenue, on August M at 
2 30 pm. After the meeting tea 
was sened in honor of Mra. R H. 
MacDougaU. who U leaving Uid city 
shortly to join her husband, now 
serving with the Dental Corps. Sev 
eral new members were welcomed lo 
the suxlUary. 

Kastilrb C.r.K wLnrn 
Mrt. K A BcU presided at the 
regular meeting of the Saanieh 
Women's CCE Council yesterday 
afterroon, when plans were made 
for a supper and social evening on 
Saturday September • at Mount 
Tolmie CCF. Hall. Miss M. th>yle 
led an tnieresilng discussion on 
Roberu' "RuIm for Small Asseni 
bllM." and U was pointed out that 
the purpose of all rules of procedure 
was to facUIUte the expression of 
»he a.*.\embly. There were several 
vuitorx present, and tea was served 
after the meeung. The next mert- 
mg wlU be held m the New Forum 
ClubrooRi. Broughton Street, on Au- 
gust 29, at 2 pjn 

Y.HX.A. AeUvlUM 
The Summer programme contin- 
ues in the Y.W.C A club depan- 
rnem. with a beach party to be held 
by the Omphalos Club tomorrow 
ei^ntng Olrla vialung here or 
strangers to the city are welcome lo 
join the party, which will meet at 
the Y WCA at 7 30 o clock. U la 
megrsted that those attending wear 
warm cloihlns and bring a flash- 
light. Announcement of the follow- 
ing week's programme, with the 
VersaUJe aub in charge wtU be 
made at tomorrow's gathering. 

• • • 

Wemen’fl llrnrni AasoclaUea 
"n>e Womens Benefit AseoclaUon 
will hold a card party at 1.30 O'clock 
on Monday evening, when bridge, 
hve hundred x/uj whiM will be 
plsyed A prise will be swxrded to 



THEY ALL 
COMPLIMENT 
ME ON MY 



Tkf griifoergf of fkrifty coHggt, 1-lb. pkg 



ganued and worked in the mumtioni 
workers’ canteens In those counties. 
She was associated with the Cana- 
dian Fore.itr)' Corps. 

On her return in 1931 from South 
Africa, where slie look an active 
lead in insUtuUng and organizing a 
great number of women's activities. 
Pnnceaa Alice became Rrst president 
and. on the outbreak of war, the 
commandant of the Women's Trans- 
port Service < first sld nursing yeo- 
manry. 



Butter 

Jelly Powders ^ 
Loganberries 
Asparagus Tips 
Chili Con Came 
Corn Flakes a'!;!? 
Pectin 
Coffee 
Salmon 
Baking Powder 
Vinegar , 
Mustard 
Dog Food 



Flour 



CmMfbsry, 4«l«ciMMly 
rgfmbiii^ 1-lb. carton. 



WASHES ! 



HarvMt lloaaosa, 

24-lb. tack, ta 



Pineapple 



Crawford, cruihod, 
l-oa. can 



Wedding Is 
Celebrated 



SUGAR 



Granulated. 

10 lb. bag «a 



Captain the Rev. 8 E Higgs 
solemnized the marriage of Diana 
Rosemar) . only daughter of Capum 
and Mrs .N( D Darling. Victoria, to 
Victor James Hay. R C A S C . son of 
Mr and .Mrs J Hay. also of Victoria, 
which took place in St Paul's Naval 
and Oamson Church at I o'clock 
last evening Mr. F C Boulter 
played the wedding marches. The 
bride who was given m marriage by 
her brother. Mr Michael Darling 
looked striking in a floor-length 
gown of while sUk jersey with bUh<n> 
sleeve*, and her ahoulder veil was 
caught lo her head with a cluster 
of fresh rosebuds She carried a 
sliver prayer book showered with 
rosebuds and violas Miss Leslie 
"Teddy" Murray was biideemsld. 
In a graceful frock of turquoise blue 
chiffon, and wore pink carnations in 
her hair and carried a white praver 
bonk with streamers showered with 
carnations and rosebuds Mr Law- 
rence Macrae was be^t man 
An informal reception was held at 
the home of Mr and Mr^ C 8 Al- 
len Cedar Hill Road, where garden 
flowers .shading from mauve through 
deep purple to red were rharmlngly 
arranged Mauve stork.* adorned the 
supper table and after the toa.«t 
had been proposed by Mr P B 
Pbwler a verr old friend of ;he 
bride • family the hnde cut the cake 
Mrs Darling welcomed the 
In an evening gown of lavender 
chiffon with a long coat of match- 
ing crepe worn with a lavender 
toque trimmed with a ve|] and a 
cluster of fuchsias in front Receiv- 
ing with her was Mr* R Campbell 
wearing a turquot*e blue redlngote 
erwemble wUh corresponding acre- 
•one» ar>d both wrore corsage bou- 
quet* of rose.* For a honeymoon on 
the Mainland the bnde left in a 
smart green luit with a corsage 
bouQuel of gardenia* brown acres 
•orlen and a tweed coat Mr md 
Mr* Hay will return to Victoria to 
live 



boftig 



Shortening 



EVEN FUSSY MRS. SMITH WAS 
IMPRESSED BY MY SNOWY- 

WHITE LINENS. three cheers 

FOR SUNLIGHT 

/S- X 



Dofngttk, 
1-lb. cgrlOA 



Frasfr Gold, liavg 5, 
20-ex. can 



FOR SWEETER, CLEANER 
WASHES . . 

# AU-puro Sunlight Soap 
glvaa naturally whiter, 
naturally brighter, aweeter* 
amelltng waabaa. It rontstna 
no harmful adulterants. 
Sunlight la thrifty and taja 
for everything you wash. 



Laurel, 12 



Stew Beef 
Brisket 
Plate 
Blade 



Whole 



• ..SMOOTH HANDS AND 
SPXrKLING DISHES I 
For epotieae, ahlnlng 
dlahea, use Sunlight in your 
dishpan too. Sunlight aavea 
your hand# — keeps them 
aoft and amooth. benlshea 
that *‘work-B-day*‘ look. 
Sunlight la economical for 
diahee and all houeehold 
cleaning. There'a no waarc. 
no epUilng. Get Sunlight 
at your atora today. 



Frencb'i, 
6-oe. ill 



HALF LEGS 



Shoulders 20^ 

HALF SHOULDERS lb. W 



lOBS SISTER WAS IN RAPTURES 
OVER MY HOUSECOATS SUNLIGHT 
HAS KEPT THEM SO aRI&HT SHE 
NEVER DREAMED THEY ^ 

^Q^WERENT NEW >,5'^ 



Bnskef 



package 



Chops, lb. 33 ‘iih 39‘ 
Breasts . . lb. 15* 



POT 

ROASTS tb 



BICflCll irlV'bofHe ei 

Toilet Tissue cr<<. .,ii4 M 
M.D. Sanitary Napkins 



VEAL 



Welch’s. 
16-ot. boftk, 



Grape Juice 
Cookies ra.'... 
Soup 
Jelly 



Breatit or 
Shanks, lb... 

Ramps ar 
Rib Chops, lb 



EVERYONE WHO SEES MY 
LINEN- CUPBOARD REMARKS 
ABOUT THE SWEET. FRESH 
SMELL SUNLIGHT GIVES 
^ THE CLOTHES / 



tSQl'IM,4LT <;U B 
The E*quimali Community Cluba 
picruo wUl be held today at Cordova 
Bay Buac* will be at Head Street 
and FAquimali Road and Admiral* 
and Ibquimait Road* at 1 Ift pm 
Mrs. A McBetii will be in charge of 
tickets at Admiral* Road, and Mr* 
R McVle at Head Street There will 
be competition* and race* Tea. 
milk and sugar will be provided, a* 
well a* ice cream Further particu 
lar* may be obtained by telephoning 
Empire 3219 and Empire 0002. 



/ FOR WHITENESS AND 
' NATURAL BRIGHTNESS 

if’s all^PURE Soap 



Freddie- Poor old Ttom fell 
fortune last '*ar 
Frankie— t^*hy poor’ 
Freddie— He fell into It m 
that he went right Ihrmigh i* 



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MraHberr\ Vair 



SUMMER DRESSES 

CLEARtNO AT BALE PRICKS 

A. K. LOVE, LTD. 

70 t VIEW STREET. UP FROM DOUGLAS STREET 



VEST POCKET 
VACATIONS 



>nairnifian Lake 
Sporl.^ Enjoyf^ii 
Hy Large Crou d 



I.O.D.E. Activitiei 



TO GET A MAN 
TO PRAISE 
YOUR MEALS 



Municipal Chapiee 
A meeting of the executive com- 
mittee of the Victoria MunldpaJ 
Chapter will be held at headquar- 
ter*. Union Building, tomorrow 
morning at lO 20 o'clock 



The *poru held at Bhawnigan 
l^ke wa* dotted with merry- 
maker* on Saturday afternoon on 
the occaalon of the annual apartj 
day. which wa* held thia year under 
the auxpicws of the Shavnigan Lake 
Athletic AaMxlation. 

Flat race.* jumpinx. Doveivy 
event*. naU-driv1ng and honeahoe 
pitching were meludad Id the Jiat 
of sporu event* which were run off 
by a capabH eommlttee under the 
ronvenerthip at Mr. C Page 

8U1U were managed by dMtrict 
organmunn* aa follow* Women* 
InfUtute bingo, dart* and honp-la; 
Canadian Legion WA, home cook- 
ing Catholic Women s League home 
rooking and mUrellaneoiw United 
'hurrh Wa. teas, and th* CHrl 
Child* Aaaocuuon dork golf Con- 
M*U were won a* foliowa Wateh 
and Mnuis racquet /Bhawnigan Red 
Cromt. by MMa Ann* Allen and • 
Foa; chKken dinner, plenlc baafcet. 
pMture. bedapread and chicken* 
<Catholk! Women's Leaguei. by MIm 
P Furlonge. P A Olbta* Mr Howe* 
H Miller and MIm B Trtnder. eake 
<donat*d by Oowichan Bakerieci. 
by 3 Aiiken. tn th* erening epee- 
tator* watched an enjoraMe eoft. 
ball game between a Vietorla nine 
and a local team A aucceasful 
dance In th* 8 LA A HalJ eonduded 
th* day. 



Try • LIttls Sbucs 

POKE treuad the ptatry el a 
woDan who is praised for bn cook- 
rng aad ten chance* la cmw ymiH 
ftod * bottle of U. P. Sau«c Thi* 
renowned flavour-maker ts a real 
ftaodbv lo ihc woaua wbe want* 
to keep up her cookiag reputatioe 
yet boW down cooking costa. For 
men deflaluiy like well-flavoured 
food* ind H P. Sauce I* chocklul 
of tbc meet appctiziag flavour that 
vvtr woo a man's fancy I Tl takes 
many ingredieats to make thia 
fruity ceecrolrated muc* aad yov'B 
find a Ink toet a lofig way You 
are sure to |»e*M your man if you 
uie H.* P. IB your ceoking and 
always place it wtthia bts re^ oo 
the table. TUs reliable British 
taocc is kaewa as the Empire's 
appetiser A treat for mra ! 



AII'Exp*M« Tour lo Bepulgr Island l*iort2, Including Rtfurn 
Sua Trintporfgtion From Victoria. Hot*! Accommodation and 
Mgalt at tk« Points Shown 



Witty Kitty 



COFFEE 

Hai all Hi# gtMlititi of Saat 
Coffatt and nsort; it w troihly 
roagfod iw Vsetorsa. 

GROCERS SELL IT 



FORBIDDEN 
PLATEAU . 



A* Alfin* W»»ga<la"4 e* Lakes aad 

MavutaMt. 

M««lt tmi Le*f>Mf «l Lodge e* 
at McKeaile Lak« Caw* 

} DAT rOUR^BlS-60 pi«, Tm 



Women Enlixt in 
Red Cross Corps 



"TTiings aeeta to be moving taatee 
hart than at home. *o I thmight td 
enllat while Tm here." the said. 



FORBES LANDING 



A 200 Mde Dme Al»<»g ih« lila»d 
Mqhvia t* Tha fuhwg 

tevert. 

Meats t*d Ladg»*g at tarhei Hetel. 
B OAT TOUI — BIB.SS Net Tat 



VANOOUVm. Aug 12 C*i Re- 
cruiting for th* Bcitiah Cotumbia 
Dmeion at th* Canadiao R«d Croat 
Women'a Auxthary BcfTlc* Corpa. 
formurty tha Brltlah OahiroMa 
Womeo ■ Bemoe Oerpa. opaoed b*r* 
today 

Women c r owded around th* door 
of Use roerWUng eme* whwi K 
opmed at 11 am aad mer* Rian 
thirty were enrolled ta the ftrot 
half-hoar 

One af th* ttret to enroll wa* Ml*« 
M Praaer a etonor U Vaaeoueer 
from Calgary. 



FURS 



AUGUST SALE www iw fuN 
imwg. Com# ia today and M« 
Hm Mrgaim. 

Frog Stor a gg tiid lotoraneg 

FMtar’s Fir SUri 

70 TATIS STtIFT 



linger Tears Up le Tea Otvv Mey le leieycd el Thee* Lev fUtes 
MgeHt «t the Vlcterui. Duncen *r NensMa* Depeh tm f*M Detedi 



MRA. OCOROE A. MACKfNTOBH 

ITOIIMEIILT Mlpi Margaret A 
Burow. daughter of Mr. and 
Mra. L. R P Burow, Victoria whoa* 
marriaae tn Lance- BombardW Mac- 
kintosh. RCA. took ptec* recently 
at Mi Columba s Church. Birawberry 
▼ala. 



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THE DAILY COI.OMST. VICTORI'a. B.C., WEDNESDAY. AUGUST I.I. Wl 



miUtaiT tource* cUtm«d Umighl 
lh»t N«sl troopA h«d mtched the 
•horee of the Black 8ea, bemalng 
m Urge Riieetan forcee in the 
Odesu area and JeopanUunc the 
Red Army'* poaitlon In (he Ukraine 
T^ey did not aay ahere the *ea 
was reached, but earlier German. 
Italian and filovak force* were re- 
ported moving down both bank* of 
the Bug. River, and it appeared they 
had followed that stream aouthward 
toward Nikolaev, port of the Bug 
Efttuarr. seventy miles northeast of 
Odessa. 

Rumanian 



INW TODAY AT H 55. 2 17. 4 » TflI. * 25 

WILLIAM POWELL • MYRNA LOY 
IN *'LOVE CRAZY” wuh gail Patrick 



TODAY AND THURSDAY 

THEY'RE AT IT AGAIN IN A 
IREATH-TAKING ADVEN- 
TURE! THRILLS WITH THE 
FLYING MARINE CORPS! 



STARTS TOMORROW ITHURS.I * is i >*. • n 

the DAZZLING MIRACLE OF AMAZEMENT ONLY A 
DISNEY FEATURE COULD BE! 



Firemen Work lor Hours to 
Extinguish Blazes in Grass 
And Broom Bushes 



Afr*id of H«» Wiist Wm 

SIm to Do^ 



On Sale This Morning 



U)aiii'^ 9 Ur{iUfs 



^^SHINING 

VICTORY” 



Two Stubborn grass fire*, one of 
which threatened s group of houses 



Since German and 



put out by the Saanich fire depart* 
ment yeaterday afternoon. 

nremen worked for more than 
two hours to extinguish s fire that 
burned in the gram and bushes at 
Elusion Street and Tattenal Drive. 
The blase swept over an acre of 
buab land and orchards and reached 
out dangerously close to nearby 
houses Firemen received the call 
at 13 43 pm. and fought the fire 
until 3 o'clock. 

A second fire thu started in the 
grass and broom at Doncaster Drive 
and Derby Road brought Saanich 
firemen out again at 3:07. It burned 
for two hours. 

City firemen answered a number 
of calls yesterday, three resulting 
from grsss fires. They were: 9 30 
a m , grau fire at TopajC Park; 1 1 34 
a m.. grass fire st 810 Courtney 
Street; 11:54 am. roof fire at 1139 
Yates ^.ireet; 13.35 pm., false alarm 
at Cook street and Hillside Avenue' 
3 45 p m . gras* fire in the 100 block 
Superior Street 



SUMMER GLOVES 



Dniester River south and west of 
Odessa, the Nasi* claim Ih* drive 
down the Bug has practically closed 
all land escape few the Russians at 
both OdMsa and Ochakov, forty 
miles east of Odessa. 

The Russians were described as 
hastening to withdraw what troops 
they could by sea. and tht German 
propaganda agency, D N B.. claimed 
that six Russian transports had been 
sunk by .bombers off Odessa. 

Othn* Russian forcea were said to 
be still Sluing light In ^s small 
area' to the eastward m the big 
bend of the Dnieper. 



Our rrnisinmg stOik of |h0 Psim of SunMurr Weight 
nie«b end fancy wraxrt Risrk end luw only. 
Rpgiilsr. a pair, 75c. lwQ|% Regular, a pan 51 ■ 

Clearing Price WWW Clearing True 



LAST 

TIMES 

TODAY 

Tk«»r Ls*t 
Loed n Ht* 
SKadowi 



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wiik aosjs aaauirr 
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CHIEFS — A fine sheer quality. tJnen centre. 

ThcM Cannot Be Replaced st the Price 

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ENDS TODAY 



Emden and Cologne and between 
Oosnay in France and De Kooy in 
Holland by conflicting messages 
from obMrvatlon posts and head- 
quarters.' said a bulletin. “Some met 
bomber* and more did not “ 

The Air Minutry termed the power 
«utlons at Knapaack and Qiiadrath. 
In open country between Cologne 
and Aachen as "highly vulnerable 
of whole industrial dlstnru 



That ‘^Caught In the Draft 
Rookie Is Loose Again! 

BOB HOPE 

PAl'LETTF GUDDARO 

^Tht Ghost Brtakors* 



The Greatest Adventure 
Since “Pasteur" and “Zola’V* 



CHILDREN'S WEAR 



A TABLE OF ODDMENTS on vi'uh vou will hnd Slopl'v Joe 
Bloii»e». SlarV*, Siin*iiii». Apron* and Colton Piillowf* Broken 
»i.rs only, from 3 lo 14* \e*r». Abo \Shite and Na»y Shotu m 
*i/e 8 oniv. Value* lo gl OR. CAjk 

On sale st OUO 

— etilldr*n « Wr»«r, M 



Continued from Page 1 
Tlie priwrr '.non.* supplying 
Colofftte. at Knapsack and Quadraih 
were attacked at II 30 am. (he Air 
Ministry said. Great numbers of 
bomba were said to have been 
dropped at “point-blank range." 
leaving the targets In flames 
Authorltsilve ftources disclosed 
that the raid* were the greatest 
ever undertaken in daylight from 
th* standpoint of the number of 
fighter planes engaged, the depth of 
penetration Into German terrltorv 



E. Painter & Sons and 
Walker & Sons, Ltd., lo 
Supply City Schools 



part.*' 

which depended on ihera for power 
OVERNTCtHT RAIDA 

The raids followed overnight bla.-.t • 
mg at Northern France and rhe 
Netherlands by the RA F. and the 
bombing of targeu In Germany by 
planes of both the RAF. and the 
Russian air force. 

Docks at Rotterdsm In The Neth- 
erlands alao arere Wasted with h'.- 
explosives. 

The Air Ministry said that no 
plane* are miaeing from the night 
operation* 

Pomia in Industrial Germany at- 
tacked overnight by the R A F were 
K r e r e I d. Muncfiengladbarh and 
Reydt 






Appronng a rwcomtnrndatlon of 
the ftnance committee, th# Victoria 
School Board wlU accept the only 
tender receiifd and will purchase 
Us wood during the school year from 
J. C Painter * Bona The board 
wUl buy best four-foot Rr cordwood 
at 18.50 a cord. The decision was 
made at tht meettng el the board 
last night. 

Coal requiremenu for the year 
will be filled by Walter Walker St 
Son*. Ltd . lowest tenderer. The 
board will use Comox coal at 88 40 
a ton. for furnace purpoees. and ' 
Nanaimo- WellmgUm coal, at 810.40 
a ton, for other purposes. 

Payment of 84.455 93 general ac- 
counts; 81 800.30, building and Jam- 1 
tonal accounts, and 813.83 capital 
accounts, waa approved 

A prt«re8s report of the finance 
committee, showing expenses of 
8388 808 85 for the calendar year to 
date, was accepted. 

Showing considerable repair and 
Improvement work earned out 
at city achooU during July, a prog- 
ress report from the building and 
grounds committee was accepted 

tn Its report, the education com- 
mittee discloaed that new lighting 
fixtures have been installed In six 
rooms at the Burnside school 

On tlie recoenmendstion ' of the 
commiuee, Cecil Chatfleld ot the 
C-ertral Junior High Bchool teaching 
iitafT was granted leave of abeence. 
He has been called for active service 
duly with the Royal Canadian Air 
Force 

..Acknowledging the report of the 
srhoM health inspector for the year 
I ending June 30. the Provincial 
Board of Health noted with pleasure 
the favorable state of health of 
students tn Victoria schools it sd- 
vised th* school board In a recent 
letter 

Policy of the school board which 
requires that women teachers re- 
' sign from the staff when they marry. 

I was approved by the Victoria and 
I Dlstnrt Trades and Labor Council 
I In a letter read at the meettng 
I F. O. MuUtrwr. chairman of the 
I board. xriU op^ th* Okfo Qubs 



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BOYS' STORE 



V1V«N lAU«tNCI 

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THAT 
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BOYS' POLO SHIRTS with round poio collar nr short ripper 
style*. Short alecvct — white, iswn, blue or yellow. AQf* 

Broken sites, 24 to Clearance Price ....^ “wW 

SMALL BOYS' WASH SUITS— *'Md line* of heller qusIiI- «iii(a. 
Vellow, green, blue. wine. Sire* (or 4 (o 6 vear«. CO*a 

Value* to $1 25 (or OPU 

BOYS' PYJAMAS — Odd hue* nf good grade inaienaL QQew 
Broken *ire«. 24 in M A aiut - OwC 

BOYS' GOLF SOCKS with La<tet lof.a. 4 

Snea^'j to 10' j A pa*r I DC 



VICTORIA'S MODERN FAMILY THEATRE 
ENDS TODAY 



T Pairs for fl.AO 

aari a>nr*. n„r*rn<nwil airM( 



• CADET • 

s*ut IMA1.T anao 

“THE ROAD TO ZANZIBAR” 

ai.xii rwosBT • bob Norx - dobothi lamoi b 
ett's 

“THE HOUSE OF SEVEN GABLES 



SHORT ENDS OF 
MARQUISETTE 
and NETS 



INDIA 

PRINTED 

COTTON 

Reg., a Yard, 
49c. Special 



In the central sector west of' 
Momsiw', Soviet war reports in - 1 
dirated the Germans still were 
withoui gam. while to the north the 
Nasis were hammering lo clone the 
upper and lower Jaws of a gUtnl 
vL<ke they have aet in motion toward 
Leningrad 

Red Air FVirre bombers rained tn- 
rendianea on military objertive*. 
starling fires, a communique aald. 
and other alrrrafl continued tn 
action against German motor and 
Infantry forcet. 

Sparing Soviet communiques 
earlier gave little Information on 
the general situation, saying only 
that the Red Army “txwitlnuedfight- 
KakisalmL 



VIWIX<>T eaitX • MABOABCT LlWO*«V 

ST> 

mv rAOST at Bg bsx vur bits 



- I C'nnilnued from Page 1 

•ar Bethune and , 

inear St Omer 

on the French *nd a general ml Itiary 

Hampden bomb. •* “ economic and poUUcal 

•d to the objec- fo-opcratlon with the Naxi* 

»K-r ..r«.h I Collaboration. PeUln observed, "U 
Tun. • I™-.™ ...«r .nd h« no, ,ct 
I been able to bear all tta fruit 
were sent acurrv- * IlARI-AN IN CONTROL 

thither between I To implement ht* deriainn. he 
deMgnated Vice-Admiral Jean Dwr- 
I Ian to take full 



SODSO^NIHt 



Regular to 39c 1 Qe« 

a Yard, for I 3C 

DISCONTINUED LINES— 

A varird «rlrctmn n( \>l^ and 
^larqiii^rltr,- — *11 eMellrnt 
valuer hiit ni.M- i»t»lY-" 
MFNTS 1,..; .|..M W .-Ifkred 
Onn't mis< thi* ht'gai'i. 

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A rlear out of th»» *i 
trartuelv primed rot- 
too -on htue, green f*f 
hlark ground colors 

— Dranerr. In* Flntir 



ANDY HARDY’S 

PRIVATE SECRETARY 

-“BORDER IlfilLRRTES'' 



control of the 
French mtlltajy structure Darlan 
long has favored working with Ger- 
many. 

As he thus told the story which 
every forrum correxpondent tn 
Vtrhy knew and had been trying to 
get out to the world for weeks past.! 
Peufn unexpectedly interrupted 
hlm.seU lo appeal to America to un- 
drrst^ind. averting that there waa | 
"no reason to fear a decline of 
French uleala ” 

Speaking in the alrongeat term* 
with weighted wordji, he declared j 
that the age-old quarrel v.iih Oer - 1 
manv must give way lo a larger per- 
xpecuve which "by our acuvitv can 
ojien up a reconciled continent “ [ 

Frankly, he «iaied. “thai i* the aim 
towards which we arc heading '' 
pounds Ol TLINKO 

He *wifUy made thene poinia 

1. Hkv Government has not ye* 
succeeded In carrying out the aim* | 
of the “national revolution" 

-4 He has increaaed the Uifluenre | 
of the inn-Bnilah Darlan. concen- 1 
(rating *:i military powers m the, 
Vice-premiers hands de^pii^ the, 
admission that tlie Admiral haai 
been misunderstood and not always ' 
given a fair chance by the French 
people 

3 U is ne^'c^^ary for France to 
collaborate with the Germans in | 
making a new Burope 

4 The mternal aet-up in France 
has been reorganlred, eliminating 
members of the Senate and the 

I Chamber of Deputies by supprewsing 
their pay and suppreaetng wU poUU- i 
I cal activity 

5 All ministers and high funr 

, tloiiartes of the stale must swear | 
persona] allegiance to FN>taln j 

RkLEAHE OF PRISONERA I 

! The Marahal hinted at the pne- 
‘ siblUty of French pruumers being 
I freed by Germany, declaring. 

' “As long aa more than 1000 000 
^ Frenchman, cooiprixing the young 
; and vigorous elementj of the nauon 
I and the best section of its elite 
. remain ouuide the country's actlvi- 
I ties It mill be hard to build a new 
and laaUng edifice 
' "Their return will make it possible 
' to nU the great gap from which we 
; suffer “ 

Sharply criUcal of afTairs inside 
France, of “induvlpline ' and aetf- 
aeeklng. Petaln obvioualy was aUlv- 
tng to pull the French togeuier be- 
I hind hi* Oovemmept'a couree. 

He mentioned panicularly the 
question of food supply, one of the 
sorest in France at the moment 

Petain also announced that he 
' has created a high tribunal to try 
' and punish those reaponaibVe for 
^ our dteBAter " and which sra* or- 
dered to report to him before Oc- 
, tober 15. 

I Petain dweiared he was doubling 
th* means of police activity lo 
guarantee public order and mras cre- 
attng a group of eleven ‘'rommlsaart 
of public power " to check on ways 
and meaxu to carry out Oovemmeiit 
decreea 



POSITIVELY 
ENDS TODAY 

ar It as. t « «.«t. t a*, s at 

VICTORIA CROWDS 

acclaim its 

FUNNIER THAN 
• IT'S IN THE AIR" 

HI* t«T»*T fowmr hot 



IN THE STAPLES 



ALL SLIGHTLY SOILED OR SURS1 ANDARD 
NO PHONE ORDERS. PLEASE 

5 ONLY. COLORED PURE WOOL COMFORTER BATTS— 
72 1 9l>, wfiglu one pmind I srh 

12 ONLY, PILLOW TICKS of g'x>d qualKv in flittal dr^ . .* 
Fach . 4f»4» 

MILL CLEARANCE OF COTTONS— \S idlh .Vi inrhea 1'n 
bleached, a yard. 13 Bleached, a yard ISp 

20 ONLY. CRIB RUBBER SHEETS in pUm wh.tt ew red '^•-•e 
27 T .1A, harii R.Te 

NAVY BLUE CLOTHS with while printed i|r*'gii* 14 « 14 

Regular 2.4c. On tale it HALF PRICK 3 Inr 3Be 

BATH MATt— Mostly yellow and pearh rolnra. Valuer |n $1 ug 
To clear, each RR# 

S HAND EMBROIDERED BRIDGE SETS— Ooth. .12 x .12. and 
4 napkini. Regular $1.25. A let H9# 

12 PAIRS EMBROIDERED PILLOW CASES— Colored r.n- 

broidered Regular $1 2*1 A pair T9# 

3 ONLY. WOOL-FILLED COM FORTERS—Toveted :*(tr4^ 
tnely with good grade chinis^ Karh— S1.9R 



ing" in the areas of 
aeveniy-flve mile* north of Lenin- 
grad. BoitJl. 130 mllex south of 
Leningrad; Smoienak. weal of Mom- 
cow . Korosten, eighty mile* north- 
meet of Kiev tn the Ukraine, and 
Ummn. 130 tnllrm aouth of Kiev. 

PI tNTIFI L DET.4IL 

But pleriuful detail waa aupplied 
conc4‘ming Mattered acUon* to give 
Uie impreAxmn thai Soviet troops 
were fighting with roursge and 
tenmcity. aeieing the tnitutive for 
coumer-mtUck* wherever pOMible. 
and often acorlng ai least local auc- 
ceaaes 

Alert fuenilbui were aald to have 
captured a German locomotive on 
a siding and then turned It about 
and headed It into a German troop 
tram 

The runamay iocomotue xrrtaahed 
fifteen troop-carrying cars, the 
Ruxatan* said 

In yet another arilon at River 
'K '' the Rusaian.* aald. two Ger- 
man battaliona were routed when 
Soviet infantrymen made a baronet 
charge over one of the Germans' 
own pontoon bridge*- 



ATI.AA Modern gasoline 
THKATRF, proved a bii too potent 
for the racing car* of 
1809 vintage mhen Barney Oldfield, 
technical director of the VanrterbUi 
Cup race* in UQiverMl* Back 
Street." ending today at the Alias 
Theaiie. tried to get the ancieni 
moion to run on today a high-feM 
fluid 



amusements 



Atlas — Co-*UrrUig Margaret 
SuMavtn and Charles Boyer 
in "Back Street " 
tadei— Road U) Zanzibar." 
starring Bing Croaby and 
Eiob Hope 

Capitnl — WiiUam Powell and 
Myrna Loy lii ' U^ve Crazy " 
Dominion— 'Devil Doc* of the 
Air ' Hinrrlne James Cagney 
and Pat O'Brien. 

Oak Bav— 'Andy Hardy'* Prl- 
late becretarv." with Mickey 
Rooney and Lewi* Slone 
Piaxa — "rome On George .■* 
aurring George Formbj 
Rio- Boa Crosby in “Rookies 
On Parade ' 

York — 'The Story of Dr 
Rhrtlch* Magic Bufiet.” 
atarnng Edward G Rob- 
inson. 



t ADFT Pull on Ihe seven- 
TltE.kTRE league boots Dare our 
funny bon?- movie- 
goers for you 11 be going nn another 
gag and globe-trot inuttir. when 
Paramount a new magic carpet of 
comedy and melody, ‘Road <n 
Zanxtbar " aJighu at the Cadet 
Theatre tor the last time todat 
Showuig you the alghUs and wiund-v 
on your Journey will be thoae Uiree 
happv-go-lucky guide*. Bing Croebv 
Bob Hope and Dorothy Lamowr who 
know how to make gevigraphy ie*- 
sons so enjoyable. 



DAVID SPENCER pi« 



raa — "siMrNOHv in ikow 

l«l.* Of WTStltl" 

TmaiviHo natT noa«rs'< 
arot iTTto *T ar* • 

pL*r* NtWS 



biytbday, a weU-baianced mind 
ought lo make you a very sezisihis. 
prmrUcal person, capable of rerog- 
nixing opporiunit-y when you see U. 
*nirou(h foresight and experienco 
you should be able to accompitah 
your objective in life. New make 
the mtaUk* at eovering up th* 
shortcomings of anyone, for they 
might try to make you responsible 
for them Bear constantly in mind 
that “aetf-preservmUnn Is the flr«t 
law of nature " As a deaigner. ar- 
tist. interior decorator, newspaper 
woman, fkllon mrrUer. teacher, or 
In some managerial capacity, your 
financial returns ouglit lo be large 
and your reputation Is likely to bp 
firmly establuhed Your marriage 
should turn out lo be an ideal O' e. 

Th* child bom on August 13, in 
Its early tee ns frequently dUpiay* 
a laudable ambition that is gener- 
ally deserving of eneouragement 
Parents ugually derive a world of 
pteasur* from ehUdrrn bom on thle 
date. 

If a man and August 12 Is yeur 
natal day. Uiere sre times when it 
might be well for you to recall lo 
mind that “quarrels would noi last 
long Jf the fault were only on one 
aide" and It your readiness to patch 
them up would oqual in qukkneea 
the probable readme** you dls- 
pleyed lo participate In them. As 
a politician, soldier, avlelor. aailor. 
oonlrartor. builder, journalist, au* 
thor. artlct. inventor, or buelneea- 
man. you have a rtgtrt to expect a 
most euoeeatful future. 

•Tw* am srseiMM. isc i 



RIO “Rnokies on PaTArte '' 

THI..4TRC featuring Bob Crusby. 

and AhowUig for thr 
Isxl lime* today at the Rio Theatre 
u anolher flnst-claa-- comedy with 
music, based on life in the draft 
lamp* Bob Crosby, brother of 
Bing Crosby, in the past has been 
featured with the support of hi* 
orchextra However In this pu 
lure Bob u featured by himeelf knd 
supported by a raz-t which 

Includes Marie Wilson and Bridie 
Ftiy. Jr. 



CAPITOt. Lslrst sddlUnn to the 
THEATRE ranks of AxU. Daisy 
and other non-human 
film aUra la Jonesv. white cockatoo 
sharing scenes with William Powell 
and Myrna Loy in Meiro-Ooldarvn- 
Mayer's “Love Craxy," now at the 
CAiHtol Theatre 



(I.4IM KHORE REArNED 
BERLIN, Aug 13 <4*1 —German 



ENOS 

TODAY 



Featured Act at Circus 



ROOKIES ON PARIDE 



DOMINION Tl>e exalting «orv of 
THE4TRE Warner Bro* "Devil 
Dngs of the Air " 
which was filmed a few seasons ago 
has even more aignificance today 
than at the time it was made 
due to the widespread interest In 
national defence Heeding the trend 
of the timex Warner Bm* have 
brought it back to the screen and 
It is now ahowtng at the Dominion 
Theatre 



OAK R4Y If you want to go bark 
THEATRE and enjoy once again 
the thrill of youth, 
don't mla* ' Andy Hardy * Private 
Secreury." latest of the Hardv 
Family series, which end* today at 
the Oak Bsv Theatre With Mickey 
Rooney giving one of hU beat per- 
formsneex as Andy, the new film 
Introduces two promising new- 
comers 



SANTIAGO Aug 13 «4*> Rvl-; 
deiire discioauig the exlsteno* of 
"Gcnnan Nailonalut Soctaiut Party 
111 Chile whose members included 
some foreign diplomats' waa r«- , 
ported last night by thr official tn- 
vestlgationB department. 

An oOkial who received reports 
from inveatigatora regarding Naxi 
acUvItlcw in Bouthern OhUe, where 
work -end raids netted arm* caches, 
said documents found there Indi- 
calod further that the Nasis wc<^ 
etganlxed in ‘’celtular" or unit form 
Informed source* said th* currv.u 
tnvaaUgailon wlQ serve as a basts 
(or a sweeping congressional in- 
quiry Into "all fifth eolumn actlvi- 
U«s throughout the eouniry.* 



F1.A7.A George Ftirmby a latest 
THEATU starruig comedy. "Come 
On George." which ha% 
been held over from last week du* 
to popular demand, will be shown 
for the laet times today at the Plaaa 
TTiestre "Come On George" Is a 
picture right up to the usual Form- 
by standsird. which aiwaya xpells 
hearty laughs and good fun. How- 
ever. the picture thle time has quite 
a different background ihatof hor^e 
racing, with George a* a would-be 
Jockey. 



\ elp phone LJnti 
Samed ‘^CapilaV^ 
To Be Vse<l Here 



Telephone numbers with the pre- 
fix "Capital" wUi shortly be in use 
tn Victoria C C. Slmpeocv disfcrtct 
manager at the British Columbia 
Telephone Company, announces. 
Telephone growth has been eo rx- 
tenaiv* that ' the two exlaUng dial 
telephone unite. “Garden" and 'fin- 
pfre." have reached their capacity 
making a third unit rvepesaary. 

‘nie equipment for this third unit, 
to be known as 'Capital.' has been 
installed in pie telephoM central 
office on Blanahard Street, and th* 
first ot the “Capltar numbem will 
b* aialfned within '^th* next few 
days Anyone calUng a "Capital" 
number wttl dial tbe letter "C" and 
then the four fltur«e of the number. 



YtMlR Alice Ouer MiUer. oele- 
TUCATRS brated novelist and 
screen writer, will give 
Ruth Gordon some expert tech- 
nical advice on writing a oontem- 
plated book attout HoUywoad. Mt~- 
Gordon, who plays Bdward O Rob- 
inson's wif* In Warner Broa' Th* 
Btory of Dr. BuUch's Magic Bul- 
let. ' plans a serMa of essays on her 
unpresalons of Hollywood. A noted 
star of th* Broadway sUgr she 
has become a coeiflnnad UoUy- 
woodlla. 



Firat Girl— What a perfectly ex- 
quisite het. dcarf 
Beeond Girl— 1 am glad you Uk* 
It 

First Otrl— It Is p*r1*etly lovely. 1 
used to wear a hat like that mysalf 

•teB to tbe toahloD. 



While pleying at Upiaods Golf 
Chib over the SNSk-end. A. W. Keyi 
ter. • m ember of Foint Orcy Ootf 
Club, made a bok-in-one ai th* eU- 
te«nth 186-ynrd bole. He was play* 
ing with A Mmon^ a Mtom of 
Dptoa^ 



MANY BIG LARCA 
In addUMwi tn the Oreai Lakes 
Canada has eleven lake* more than 
Ijm square mllae to area. 



Miss Betty Hilton and Mona, baby Indian elephant, who sp p — r e( ch* 
Gis«h Shrin* Indoor Circas s< th* Hotm Shew Bailding. willowrs, st 
every show. Th* final parfermsnee* will take place thi* aftaraeoa 



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THE CHAMPAGNE 
OP GfNGER ALES 



SECOND NEWS SECTION 



SECOND NEWS SECTION 



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^O- 209 — EIGHTY-THIRO YEAR 



VICTORIA. BRITISH COLI MBIA, VI EDNESDAY, Al’GIIST 1 . 3 , 1941 



ening Rounds of 
atch Play Staged 



W. H Homer, 8<«tU«. diKeAted 
R Oardom. Victoria. S and 3 
W. R Campbell. Victorta. d«> 
fM-ted M. O. HamiKon. Vancouver. 
S and 4 

0 A Easion. Krllocc. ta . defeated 



FIGHT REFEREE Transfermen Defeat 



Easy Way to Travel Links 



[ Jokers and Even Up 



acrosse 



GRAND ( HAMPIONnHir 
10.00 — Campbell v» RumcU. 

10. 05— Loudon ve . Munxo. 
10:10>-*niaU:her va BalUrufer. 
1015— Schwenser* v«. McMl 

flKAT PLIGHT 

12.05— Peaae va. Rugglea 
13 lO-’nuUn VI. Heath 
12.15— Harold va. Olaner 
13 20— £geel VI. PiAher. 

CLASA “AA“ 

9 35— Oibaon va. Senkier 
9 40— Roberta va Horne. 

Pin! night 

12 45— Bloedei va Slaer. 

19 SO— Naden va Oareache. 
CLA.SA -A" 

0 45— ^rrell va Gamer. 

B 50— Parei va. Jooea. 

9 56— WtUon va Howard 

10 30 — Stanler va. Oreen 

UJ4SS "B" 

10.25 — Woodin va Craeper. 

10 30 — Etdridge va. Buma 
10:35— Freeman va. Drmpaey. 
10 40— Hayden va. McCulloch 
CLASS “A" 

Plmt night 

1 06— Merrill va Graham. 
1:10— Luaby va Cowlea. 

1 :15— ‘Tuxford va. Ryall. 

1 30— Miller va Cameron. 

C LASS "B" 
fVat Flight 



Roy Baker, Former Scrapper, 
Chosen to Handle Turner- 
Murdoch Rematch 



Iho Virtoriuns L**fl in (vramt <.Tiani|»ion^liip K 
ninp— Six .\nicrirans Survive First of Scries- 
liilcriialioiial .Match to Be Held Tomorrow 



Alerts Trounce Black-SwcalcrtuI Stickiiicn in One- 
Sided Fixture — Losers Minus Three Star Play- 
ers*^McI^an*s Bakerv and t'.larksons ^ in 



SelecUoi ol Roy Baker aa the 
third man in the ring for the Jackie 
Turner*Vlc Murdoch return ecrap 
at the Cryatal Garden on Saturday, 
Augitft 23 waa announced here yea* 
terday by Roy Slromonda. portly 
president of the Victoria Amateur 
Boxing Club, aponaara of the ahow 
A former acrapper and well>knowo 
in local and Mainland ftsUcufflng 
clrclei-. Baker haa otBclated at a 
number of important bouu tn ihia 
city. TVie choice ahould meet with 
the approval of the rlngaijlera 
Another former boxer and a pop* 
ular figure In army sport circles. 
Sergeant Tommy Burgesa. haa been 
aptKknted aa one of the judges Ef- 
forts are being made to ha\‘e Lieui • 
Commdr Klngscote. of the navy, 
act aa the other ofBciai 
The return mix bout between 
jBckie Turner. Canadian flyweight 
eliamplon. and Vic Murdoch, final* 
lat in the Dominion champlonahlpa. 
wtU headline an all-star programme 
at the Crystal Garden. 



Six Ameriraru and iwo Victorians 
marched into the second round of 
the grand championahip at the 
Beruors’ Nortiiwesi. Oolf Aaaociatinn 
tournament yesterday at the Oak 
Bay links of* the Victoria Oolf Club 
Bemie Schwengers. wtjo won Uie 
title at the same course a few years 
tMck. and Wallace MrMitlan are the 
two local veterans still in the run- 
ning for the main rrown 
Roy Campbell and Reno Tlialcher. 
both from Seattle, who ued for the 
medal honors on Monday, came 
through with viciories. The former 
had little trouble with O N Pease. 
Portland, winning the decuion on 
the thirteenth green. 7 and 6. while 
Thatcher waa given a closer battle 
by Curtta Hamid, another So'ind 
city contender S and 3 6 L Riis- 
aell. another Seattleite, disposed nf 
J W Rugglea. 3 and 2 while J P 
Loudon. Yakima, didn't have to play 
at all. aa V T Tuatin. Spokane de* 
faulted to him. 

Jack Ballinger, who reached the 
ftnat of the Pacific Northwest ama- 
teur tournament bark In 1917 at ' 
Spokane, bnly to lone to Dixie | 
FTaager. another Beattie atar In . 
those daya eliminated Pan] Olaaer ' 
on the alxteenih green 4 and 2. 
Ballinger was In the seniors' final j 
aome years ago at the Oak Bay lay* | 
out. but lost out on the final green I 
•o Hon John Hart and therefore is ' 
gunning again for the title which 
•luded .him not so very long ago 
SrHWrNOflBK WINS 
Bemie Schwengers the ex-cham* 
pton. moved along with a 3-and-li 
triumph over E L Skeel. Seattle. 1 
after one of the closest marches of 
the grand championship, and Wal- 
lace McMillan trimmed D R Plaher. 
Seattle. 7 and 6 Some keen matches 
should be wllne.ved in the main: 
event today. The closest fixture 
should be between Reno Thatcher J 
Who once held the Washington Stale i 
seniors' crown and Jack Ballinger 
Tnmormw ihelnrematlonal match | 
will be held with the American 
memherw of the axeoriailon facing! 
the Canadians. Ihe winners of which ' 
win t.ake pOfees-don of the Ntchol 
r»p for the ensutng twelve months | 
7' WS.S announced at the clubhon«e | 
that Ro\’ Campbell with captain the) 
T*i.ifrd Plates team Other events 
eirdert on Thuredav are ihe long' 
driving and appmarhing cfwnpeti- 
Mons whMe «he annual dinner will | 
be held In the f^nlon Club In the 
evening at 7 45 Today a thlrtv-dx- : 
hole medal competition will be 
staged Prldav all Ihe flnaU will he, 
run off m the grand championship 
the various claves and also the 
flights I 

Re-ults follow I 

GRAND r IIAMPIONhllfP 
R E Campbell. Seauie. defeated ' 
O N Pease. Portland. 7 and ® I 
S L. RUAsell Seattle defeated 
J W Rugglea Victoria 9 and 2 
J P. Loudon. Yakima, won by de*j 
fatirt from V T Tuatin. Spokane I 
D R Munro. Portland riefeaied 
F W Heath. Victoria 3 and 3 
R E TitatcJier, Seattle defeated 
Curtl- Harold. Seattle 3 and 3 
J H Ballinger. Seattle defeated' 
P F. Olaaer. Seattle 4 and 3 

B. P Schwengers, VtrUwia de- 
feated R L Skeel Seattle. 3 and 1 i 
W McMillan. Victoria defeated I 
D R Fisher. Seattle 7 and 6 i 



I C LAtiS ‘D- 

[ P Bevmgton. Vancouver, defeated 
J W Thompson. Vancouver. 3 and 1 
I J I. Colwell, Seaille. defeated 
F H A Norton. Victoria. 9 and 9 
F Thomai. Victoria, defeated R J 
Martin, Spokane. 6 and 4 
J O Matthews. Spokane, defeated 
I D. A MacDonald. Victoria, two up 
I R R. Mattlaon. Tacoma, defeated 
j F. Burnaby Seattle, one up. 

I R C Schaeffer. Tacoma, defeated 
R L. Cliff. Vancouver, one up 
O Uveaay- Victoria, defeated Noel 
McFarlane. Nanaimo. 3 and 1 
O A Braky. Portland defetaed 
J M Meany. Portland. 9 and 2 
CLASS **0" 

O B Wight. Portland, defeated 
A E McIntosh. Portland 3 and 1. 

P C- Murphy. Oswego, Ore. de- 
fewced J E Coldrtng. Victoria, 
one up 

H K Dent. Seotlle. defeated H O 
Garrett, Vlctorm. i and 4 
C L McLaughUn. Victoria, de- 
feated L. 6 V. York. Victoria. 
9 and 2 | 

John Hart Vtctoiia. defeated *J 
McKinley. Spokana 4 and 3. 

E J Whitman, Seattle, defeated 
E 8 We<i. Yakima, one up 
C F Banfteld. Victoria, defeated 
F C Neai Tacoma, one up. 

w L. McCulloch. Portland, de- 
feated J A. Rithei. Vlcuwla. one up 
eXASS ■•B ’ 

C H Woodin. Yakima, (h'fealed 
T. Dk'kwm, Victoria, 6 and S 
W A Oraeper Portland, defeated 
C P. O paltuHo. Spokane. 4 and 3 
A. B Eldrldga. Seattle 



Score by peiioda; 

McLeans Baker) 3 3 1 9— U 

Owl Drug 4 3 13 9 

Clarksons wco the city juvemlt 

title when they defeated Oaklanda. 
7-5. In ttie cuitAin-tai<er It waa 
Ihe second straight ticiory for the 
palnimen 

BOX b( OKL 

ALERTS— SO A Pn 

Bryant ... 0 0 0 0 

Men- nald .... 4 1 2 3 

Patrick 3 3 0 5 

Robbins J 1 3 A 

I'hompeon (i 0 0 9 

Robinton ..... 0 (i fl o 

Malcolm . .. I n 0 6 

Williams ..7 3 0 7 

K OvchariK . 4 0 3 0 

Pukford . x 1 3 9 

Coatee . 8 4 0 0 

Pern. i n o 9 

A Ovchartek ... 9 5 0 4 



beorea: 

Senior— Alerts 18. Jokers 4. 

Junior — .MrLMUi'a Bakery II, Owl 
Dmg 9. 

Jot enlle— Clarksons 7. OakiandsL 



Breaking a 1-1 llrst period dead- 
lock Ui the ear,y stages of the second 
»ession and then going on to adn by 
an even doaen goals, Coach Harry 
Sargtvm's Alejia last nlghl tied un 
the city preiimmary play-ofTs wii>! 
the Jokers at two game.<t each. 

The red-sweatered transfermen 
were definitely the better aquad. 
playing as they mere against a weak- 
ened Jokers outfit but it Is doubt- 
ful If the black-sweatered stlckmcn. 
even at full strength, would have 



Tola la 
JOKERS 
W Andrews 
Dale 

Harding .. 
MlUen 

CaTcrlen .. 
W Allen . 

' Ludhrook . 
'cavelery 
, Mair 
R Alim 
i D Simpson . 
' CMke 
I Pridlioin 



DEL MAR RACING 



DEL MAR. Aug 12 -ResulU here 
today follow: 
naer aaci— cu 

*V«idlti* BuUr *2utel|r . It M IS se II «o 
*Hmi In iCofb'". I .. SM • «e tie 
Us^itro aaKhs BsUixii . . 4 w> 

*Ov«cn«st tor •mim 
Tine. I II 3-S Al>o rso Auitlisri'. 

IliM Tip. Vkidins durrn OoM Comet, 
eiormclts. it4*nair Brrrre Ariel neet 
seros'D asre— ai« turinna* 

Orreo lloand •RoberitMi< It M IS SO II XB 
BtriDt Uuue <Simwo*>4> 190 4 00 

Brea* Kltlr ‘Nrvtfi 3M 

Tmr. I 13 3-S Alao ran aaowlndo. 

Uon« House Liverre Coo. Onidew Clianra 
THian aAiT— Mile and arte-eliieenU> 
Temperament 'Knappi 110 00 til SO 40 40 
Bnsaca Hi (?4*fe*> 1(0 4 M 

Pon Vraltoe 'XotelO 3 00 

Time I 49 3-0 AUn ran Croie Quean. 
Poolem Reck Rim Valdtna FlMtl An- 
eaarrel. Beplcli Huh 
roraTB aACl.— mu* and one-auiM>nth 
Coionedo •BalaUK 110 40 14 09 11 00 
Xaar Does It (CorbHli . loO 109 

lio4iuali <|*art*a> 3 40 

Time, i 49 Alsa ran Bold Hu,*i 
firiuf Alrme Tattered. Marabre. Yankee 
Cniianel l*airirk B 

MrTH aaCT— ail farlante 
Va«a* JUaur* iStrani*' tIO 00 19 in 14 90 
fanr Bpint (Bimm«na> 0 M 4 no 

aumatra III iRodii9u*f> 100 

Time, t IS Also ran Ardeneli Merrr 
Marine Trip Lan* Clarearole. Mark 
aiXTH EACV— nve and >*>e.nair f«r- 
lona. 

La Zonaa ICorbeil ■ 13 00 11 «0 »3 30 

g| Oeuna iZutelK I 4<i 3 K 

Lume end* •nata«kt> 330 

TUne I 00 3-S Alto ran miute Blarl 
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OVERNIGHT ENTRIEH 
nmsT BArt— Flee and one-half fur- 



L-t5— Dickson vs. PaluUlo. 



1 30 — McPherson va. FeU. 
1.25 — Rhodes va. Comlcy 



I 40— Swalsland v.^. Smith 
CLAS8 

10 45— Wight vs. Murphy. 
10.5(b-Denl vs. McLaughlin. 

10 56— Hart va. Whitman 
11:00— Banfleld va MoCuliocta. 

CLAA8 “Cr 
Plrat riigbl 

1 45— Mclnunh va, Ooldnng. 

I 50— Garrett vs York 
1.55 — McKinley vs Weal 

2.00— Neal va. Rlthet 

CLAS8 "D** 

11 -06— Bevmgton va. Colwell 
11:10— Tliomas va. Matthews. 
11:16— Burnaby vs Schaefler. 

11 30— Uve*ey vs Braley. 

herond Flight 

9:15— RemmgUKi vs. Pendray. 

9 OO— Wilson vs Nettletoo. 

9:06— Read va. Babaon. 

9 10— OlUespte vs Rutherford. 
Third Flight 

3 10— Davies vs. Hauaroan 
3 15— McDonald va Oilleapte. 

3 30 — Mackay vs. Anderaon. 
4XAM -IT 
Plrsk Flight 

8.20— Thompton va. Norton, 
i. 35— Martin va. BdacDonald. 
6'40— MatUson va Cllfl 
• 45— McParlane va Meany. 

Fuarth Plight 
ti 45 — Durand va Hyde 
tl :50— Beecher va. Ttlpp 
U;65— Walker va Cole. 

13.00— Erb Vi Dietrich. 

Firth Ptighi 
3 35— Poe vs McLaren, 
g. 50— Murray vs Warren. 

3 35 — ^Horsey vs Scofield. 

3 40— Mr.MUUn vs. Clark 
Mxlh night 

II 25 — Campbell vs Dtrker. 

11 :35— Heiaterman va Schoolfleld 
11 35 — .McKinney va. Wright 
11 40— Thompaoii vs. Bouton. 



Mainland, and are walung for a 
verdict. If the local executive ta up- 
held. the Jokers and Alerts wUl 
meet Friday, but If the appeal is 
sustained, the flnala between the 
Aleru and the James Bay aquad will 
probably get under wb>. 

Pla)lng minus three of ttielr atar 
performers— Max Turner. Sam An- 
drews and Harry Minna— Jokers 
were deflnltely out of the running 
last night after the first period, tn 
the Initial aewdon they held their 
own with the Aleru. and the teams 
drew up at the breather with the 
Bcurt tied 1-1. 

But for the remainder of the con- 
test the black-rweatered atickmea 
were outplayed by the Aleru and. 
only for the work of Bill Andrews, 
their net custodUn. the score against 
them would have mounted more 
rapidly As it was. in tha fltui 
Mansa the winners fired aeven big 
markers past t'le Joken goalie. 

Joe Bryant, capably filling Uie po- 
sltlmi of goalie ior the Aleru, turned 
In another creditable performance, 
turning aside iwenty-slx ahou. just 
four lets than Andrews He was 
bniliani in the pinches and made a 
number of sperucular saves. 

Andy Ovcharick and Norm Coatex 
wHh five and four gowla respec- 
tively paced the Aleru to their 



- Biafl Fb<xa«rsph*r 

Here's the easiest way in the world to get around a golf course. A. R. 
McMillan, of the Uplands Club, journeyed around the Oak Bay links 
on Monday in the qualifying round of the Semors' Northwest Association 
tournament with this specially constructed hand bicycle. He smacks 
hia drive, hops aboard the machine with his golf bag attached, and heads 
down tha fairway. 



TntaU 'JO 4 3 

Shuts stopped b^ 

Bnani 7 S 6 10- 

W Anrtirw* 4 to 8 8 

Score by periods 
Aleru . 1 4 4 7- 

JokiTs .1021 

Ofllrlals Brvnjnlfwn and Cock 



Another Mixed 
Card to He Held 
k riday Ereniufi 



defeated 

T e McPherson at the nineteenth. 
W B Buma. 



defeated 
J- P Fell. Vancouver. 2 and I 
Miller Freeman, Seattle, defeated 
H A. Rhodea. Seattle. 7 and 8 
J J Dempsey. Tacoma, deftwied 
F Comley. Victoria. 3 and 3. 

W H. Hayden. Seattle, defeated 
C. E Bwaialand. Victoria. 3 and 3 
Comox 



A nother mixed wre.Mltng 
and boxing programme 
will be held on Friday evening 
at the Douglas Street Cycle- 
drome with Promoter Louts 
Callan m charge. Three mat 
bouu have already been ar- 
ranged while the boxing por- 
tion of the card will be an- 
nounced later. The local 
matchmaker haa lined up 
riger OoldsUrk and Ram 
Singh for the main event, 
while Roy Maycock and BUI 
Brace are signed, and Johnny 
Bartell and Bing Quon wlU 
round out the wrestling bat- 



American League President 
Takes Action Following 
Disturbance at Chicago 



T«M» STRONG A.N t’Rt.K 
The rurate was playing golf wiih 
the bishop Hr wai> by no meaiu. an 
experL On one o< the greens ihe 
curate auuck at tiie ball three timra 
and misM>d In exasperation he ex- 
claimed, "I shall have to give it up* 
•'Don't do that." said th* bishop, 
"have another try " 

"But.” replied Uie curate. "I mean 
I rnuBt give up the mlnuiry--! aanl 
to swear * 



J McCulloch, 

J. G. Smith, one up. 

ri.AHS “A* 

R 8 ^rrell, Portland defeated 

R O. Merrill. Seattle. 8 and 5 
O R Cartier. Tacoma defeated 

T Graham. Comox. 3 and 1 
J P, Paret Victoria, defeated L B 
LuAby. New Westminster. 7 and 5 
C H Jones. Spokane, defeated 

H D Oowlea, Tacoma, one up 
J E Wilson. Victoria, defraud 

O. 8 Tuxford. Victorta, one up 
E L Howard. SeatUe defeated S 
Ryall. Victorta at the twentieth 
C Stanler. Victoria, defeated W H 
Milter, Tacoma. 3 and 2 
Jnahua Oreen. Seattle, defeated 
J. O. Cameron. Vicioru. 3 and 3. 
f'LAfl.S “AA” 

R W, Olbacm, Victoria, defeated 

J H Bloedei. SeatUe. two up. 

E C Rcnkler. VtctorU. defeated 

8 A. SUcT. Tacoma. 3 and 3 
E J. Robaria. Spokane defraud 
O R Naden. 8 and 5 
T H Home 



defeated 



CHICAGO Aug 12 President 
Will Harrtdge of the American 
League today fined a trio of playerx 
Involved In a dixturbance during the 
first game of yesterday's Chicago 
While Sox and St Louis Browns 
double-header 

Joe Kuhel. White Sox first base- 
man. and a pitcher Elder Auker. of 
the Browns, were fined 1100 each, 
while Alan Strangr 8t Louu uiiitty 
tnflelder drew a t50 fine. 

The trouble aUri4*d after Auker 
had hit Kuhel on the shoulder with 

Kuhel 



MOFFAT 

ELECTRIC RANGE 



Krventh Flight 
3 45- -Allen va Kershaw. 

13 40- Fetter vs Fleet 
13 55-Krabbe va Conley 
I 00— Odinsiead vs Huriry. 

Eighth Flight 
13 25— BUkr vs Taylnr 
13:30— Horner va Pattullo 
13 35— C a m pbell va. Merry- 
weather 

8 55— Ekaton vs Hyland 
Ninth night 
3 05— Pennv vs Enloe 
Bves — Oardom. HamUtem. and 
Semmes 



is the cwmpUt* modern 
answer to eflortleta 
economy cooking and 
baking. $25 wiring #1 
lewanct. » 



markerv Big Truck* McDonald 
was back in uniform for the win- 
ners and. paired with Patrick on the 
defet.ee. produetd a comblnatkxi 
which Uie Jokers found hard to beat 
Clarence Uttke plrki^d up two of 
the four gtMls reglAiered by the 
tosen 

Bill Allen were the other 



a pitched 
reached flrxt base he wax met by 
Auker and fists started to fly With- 
in a few seconds the battle had been 
Joined by the plaverx on both teams, 
the iimplreft. police and ushers 
Strange had started to land a 
havmaker on Kuhel from behind 
when Jimmy Dykes, manager of the 
White Sox slammed Strange to the 
ground and pmnrd him 



841 

YATES 



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Don Simpson, a Junior, and 
scorers. 

RAKF.RVMEN WIN AGAIN 
Manager Bob Mclnnm' McLean's 
Bakery junior -tickmen. undefeated 
in letigiiF play, registered their sac- 
ond straight plgy-ofl victory over 
Owl Drug in the second gam* on tb« 
(vmingi programma Trailing by a 
pair of markers at the and of the 
first session, th* bakeryman aame 
from behind to *cor* a popular 
tnun.ph 

Immcdlauly following u>* gam* 
a fight broke ^ait on tha floor snin 
Bobby Barr, of th« Owl Drug, and 
Darrel Popham. of UcLMin s Bak- 
ery •hrowing punches. Other play- 
ers and the police intervened before 
the fracas was halted. 



VictorU. defeated 
A J Oareache Victoria, tao up 
KEt OND FLIGHT 
W' p Remington Pendleton Ore. 
defeated A I OUe. Chinook. Wash . 
7 and 8 

J C Pendray. Victoria defeated 
L, C. Nee land* Portland. 3 and 1, 
C E WilMon. Victoria, defeated 



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By Hifdey 



W. D Read. Tacoma, defeated 
J. H McDonald. New WeatmlnAter, 
at the taenueih 

W 8. Babeon. Portland, defeated 
R Ollleaple Seattle. 3 and 1 
Alex otiirsple. Victoria, defeated 
Victoria, at the 



T. O Mackay 
twentieth 
C H Rutherford Vlrlorla de. 
feated 6 H Anderson. Victoria, 
two up 

rm RTH FLIfillT 
A I Durand. Seattle, defeated 
J P. Poe. Tacoma. 9 and 4 
R H Hvde. Tacoma defeated 
W O kIcLaren. Seattle 3 and 3 
H W Beecher. Seattle defeated 
L C Murray, Tacoma at the nine- 
teenth 

O M Tripp. Victoria, defeated 
F M Warren. Portland, one up 
F. B Walker. Tacoma, defeated 
E N Horsey. Victoria 4 and 9 
T Col*. Victoria defeated F N 
Scofield, Victoria. 4 and 3. 

E A Erb. Vancouver won de- 
fault from W W Clark Seauie 
aiXTH FI.IGIIT 
B K Campbell. VtctorU won by 
default from H K Allen SeatUe 
W B Dirker. Vancouver non by 
default from L. Kershaw, racoma 



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erlcket club*, will meet thU after- 
noon at Beacon Hill Park Hu 
match U elated for 2 30 o'clock 

TVama follow 

Spencers— Oakman. Turner, Tyr- 
rell Nixon. Gardner. Shrlmpton. O 
Baker. R Baker. 0t Uruls and 
Jones 

Hve C* -Hoggarth Buttia Frbiu. 
Skeleton Plowright. Randall. Webb- 
Bowen. Huakina. Harper. Fleseher 
and OIbba 



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1 .INP Hwxaat Wlfa •R'^MO' 

Cbiarb Waaon Aaranada .RJR' 

Binf'na Aoin 'KTRO. 

Pan**'* Vmraa 'CJOR' 

Ona aCtneb Rr»'»* 'CXWX' 



Orrti»»'»a iROl.- 

pa*i A<at 'C.fORi 

Andta RoitaUaat 'CRWX). 

«• iU| P M — Raranait* t<H •'rtnat rCTBR' 
t Kor RatOf 'ROMO* 

A'lndinavion Rap,*rta» *RJR' 
nwn M"‘ar a orebaaira 'RiROi 
Rormand Oram Bvina <ROt.> 

f'ma 'CJORi 

I.wia Aanoor 'CRWX< 

7 .1 • PM Haoo 'R/Rt 
1 .lO V't-nn Pair 'RTRO 

Ponoar la Mr BuainaM 'ROL' 

Marry RoriirV 'CJORi 

••.•t/iPM TbOT PI? for Praadaoi 

I .*»M .dgi 

H KknooT I Otrbaotro iRJR'. 

I Haoa *ROt.' 

(Too Arrardtona 'CJORi. 

Paalnatta Mora 'CRWX' 



POP 



WE CAN DO IT 
IP WE aOTW 
I "TAKe , 

I SOlkAETVllKin ' 



By J. Millar Watt 



ProducBd in eoOiboratioti with 
the Royal CAnadlan Air Fere* 



Im There a Barber in the Audience? 



THt hro* i-ompldte dfAmattfAtton el | 
(he thriilini tale cf Canadd'd airmen ■ 
in ihe makinx— follow their adven- 
tured. their triala and triumph* — live 
with them through thirteen weehi of 
txcitini. adventurnua and mformatlve 
broadcaaia. 



TODAY'S NCIRR BROAIK ARTS . i S' P M -Club Motinaa 'CBRi 

1 .li9 gt.iiA DoUoo fROMOi. 

Momlns-1.00. KOL. CJOR. 8.16. Naoa <RJR' 

CPCT. CBR. KJR. CKWX; 1:30 

KIHO. KOL. 0 00. CBR CJOR. a HotaWmk CJOR. 

KOMO 0 15, KIRO. 0 30, KOL. . 

0U. CBR. CKWX; 10 00. KOL. 1 ;3Q <X«.. 

10.15, KJR; 10-45. KJR CJOR; Arrant on Mu»M 'RIROI 



CKWX. 

Afternoon . 12.S0. CPCT. CBR, 
KIRO. CJOR. 100. CBR. KOL.! 
1:15. KJR. 1 55. KJR. 2 15. KIRO.. 
I 00. KIRO, 3.30. KOL. 3.45. CBR.. 
CJOR. CKWX. 4 15. KOMO. 4 45.! 
KOMO. CJOR; .5.00. KIRO; 5 45.' 
KIRO. 1:58. CBR. KIRO 
Kvdntnf~« 00. KOL: 0 30. CPCT. 
CKWX. 7 00 CJOR, 7 15, KJR ( 
7.30. KOL: 7 45. KIRO. CJOR. 5 00. ! 
CBR, CKWX 8 55. KIRO. 0 55. 
CBR: 10:00. KIRO KOL CKWX; i 
10;S5, CBR; 10 30. CBR KJR , 
10 U. KIRO; 11 OO. CBR KO.MO I 
CJOR; 11 15. KIRO; 1130. KOL;' 
1M7. CBR. CKWX. KJR 13 45 
KOL. 13 58. KOMO KIRO KJR 

(Tbo (Mitmiaa pnwnmmaa oia coeiaiiad 
be Utt aoriuuo btaoUrotiina cii«»on>t* oad 
or# oubtaci te ebaner ' 

iPoa«Ao OnoHebUAonna Ttma> 1 

8 ./y| AM— 'PraaeoU Pioaanu tCBBt. ^ 

.1BJ waaiorn Aortiultuta «ROMO> 
Brictano Ravirol «RJR< 

MernlDd Haodl'nai 'KUtOl 
Ham 'ROL. CJOR) 

Sosa of Uto Pmatra (CKWXi. 

8 .1S AM-Ha*i 'CBJt. XJX CRWXf 
Mo/Mi Raperu .ROMO' . 

Paim Perum 'RIRO' I 

Maanirid srianada 'ROLi. I 

Braokfoat Club <CJUR' i 



1 . i • P M — 'Tbo B'onoo Or> 
• «*F (t-BRi 

Yevna WldCar Br<*«n 'ROMOi 
nirreioinri 'KtRO' 

Maladr Bupeltmrnt 'ROL). 

•ladw Port? (CJORI 

1 PM— Ham (KJR'. 



8 'Oil A ^ -Praivda to a 
•OV (CBS' 

Morntna Raroriaa <ROMO>. 
Braabfaat CSttb 'KJR' 

Hono 'KIRO. ROL*. 
juot About Tima tCKWX*. 



Raooi Dor 



PM Aliop to Aort 'nBH* 

a..1fW Hume ot lb« Biova 'KOMO). ! 

Huaion Ipirtrat fl(r>rta* .RJR' 

Rhrthm ln(?riiii=s«»« 'KOL* 

Hrmni of All Cburcba* 'ROL'. 

B. Rtono * Brfvmaa 'CICWXi. I 

<).«• PM-WUbort CompbaU. borllooi , 
• I 'CBR' , 

Portia Paraa l.ifa 'KOMO), I 

Oordan nf tbo Air (KJR>. 

Haw* 'RCRO' 

Canfaaalona 9t o Corooir (ROD. 

O .'Nl P M .-Pr'dlaf CondurU >CBR). 

Arrbur Omlfrwr (ROMOl. 

Trapirol Moedi 'KJRi- 
Tbo O Hai:* <KIRO> 

Wo Ara Alvora Young 'ROD- 

kk.t- PM Bblriar Bleto. aoprono 
1 - . I'J .rBR* 

Mar? Mar>tn 'KOMO'. 

Cnaber Jnr 'KJii' 

Ofrhatiro <ROLi 
Kouiavirea tbc. -KIRO' 

«i An P** 

• ».UU ICBR) 

Prppar Yeuna a Pomilr (ROMO). 

U A Hi* r Band 'RJR* 

HfWf <RlRO> 

Htlan noila'i ROM 

Ufa Con At Baoutiful tCJOA'. 

Afi'Ortiaeo Ploor Ahow iCKWX) 



7 . (•; PM -Mtaola (RJR). 

I .- 8 >l H«m 'KIRO. CJOR* 

Due lahmoB iDuriouia *ROL*. 
ilonna 'CKWX' 

8 »(U\ PM -R«»* tCBJU CRWX). 

• UU MwaM- -ROMO' 

I Oule Kldo <KJR) 

AiBoa ond And* iRlRO). 

Oobrtal flaaliac <KOL*. 

Trtoouia Trail ICJOR)- 

8 .1 K P.U-— Briioin Bpoau 'CBRi. 

•-LtJ BtruM gnaomblo (KOMO. 
Lonnr Rm tKOlOi 
Corredl Carter 'ROD. 

WO Tbrao (CRWXI 

PM.— Ooaoo ef tbo MattOM 

I Plontoiioa Party 'KOMO' 

' Uoaboitan ot MUtnUbt 'KJR*. 



Donrina wiib Anann 'CJOR- 
Dal Ricbordo Orenootro ICKWX > 

^.•rjPM— Kaea tKJRO). 

< 1 >J U k P N — Orond Control BtoUan 
.» .UU .CBR KIRO*. 

Quiasrr Aoaalmll iKOMO) 

' got? ACo* 'KJR' 

' Xoalrr Cuebfa Orrbootro (RQLl. 

I Orond Canlrol Btotion 'CJOR' 

I Tbo Jormokoro <rRWX< 

O .IK PM -OB. Arwr •am* Ht*a | 

if .It) ,KJR>.. 

9 .QA PM— Pomilr Mon <ORR' I 

.Olf Mr OlaUWt Atlornav (KOMO). 

I Orcbotira 'XJR< 

I Barkiround ef War 'KIROi, 

Too Urtoi Onr*na 'KOLi. 

Pomil? Mon <OJOR‘ 

Prod Ridouiboites. toner *OKWX>. 

9 . f -r P M -Domal W Roll. Wndar- 
>***) Ao^tatort •( tbaXraoaury iKlRO' 
The World at Your Denr 'CKWX'. 



By Russell Keaton 



MUTT AND JEFF 



Flioi Do Drop in to Me*t Om-e In a W'hile 



By Bud Fisher 



PIJ-Hawa (CAR* 

m.iUk PM.-Muote freoi IM Poesfie 

lU.ini ((BR' 

piaoauro Tima iROMO). 

Aleho Land iKJR'. 

Hawa iKlRO KOL CKWX' 

Vam MelnnW Orrbaalra iCJOR'. 

1 n • 1 **M -Muai< 'KOMO*. 

JU.l«?Mu*ir in tna Hiibt <b;jr<. 
Oraam OiC <KIRO> 

Ortbtaira iROLi. 

Blumbar Tima <CRWX). 

IQ.O^PM-Kawa *CBR). 



ol-lKPM— Mirw for Woman tORR* 

Lena Jmrnor .KOMO). * 

Haopafa Heiirwnnd 'KXRO). Ju.OI/ .cBRi 



8 .fXAM-Do?ld Harum -KOMOi. i aW.on ^ M - Aonea 
.■*0 IKlRO' ICAR' 



.C. Radio ROW! Rant 



Muticol Clock 'KOL* y»a» MoUrwood H*»» '*^MfV 

Pat* Lmi 004 Pound tCJOR* A’*e» Prlrotaa and H'* Oirl <KJR* 

Jotra Jordon <KlRO' 

ft .A/t AM — Ham TWR. CJOR KOMO. *«•▼• n(nt > 



Tba Pl«a gdarordi <XOMO*. 

Hawa 'KJRi. 

I Aaa ba tbo Popara ilURO'. 

Prank RIoIr 'ROL- 

ffmbar Olow 'CJOR* 

t Rorao 01 Uto Coooolo (CKWX). 

1 I • PM Matt? Molnprb <KJR). 
ill. 4') oaora Tlwa 'RO^ 



MARY WORTH'S FAMILY 



By Dale Allen 



Our 001 nunoov 'iviii'j'. 

Haro a a Aewt Inr Tndar *KOL). 
Pappar You mo Pomit? (CJOR* 

Haort ot Jul'p RIata *KOMO) 
lira r>N S« nsautlful iKtROi 



' Onr PvUnvtbiP ICRWX' 



I ;.-!0 



Piranotodtaal War' 



Howo 'KOL' 

PM -Uiua Contort aW1 
• Orrhaotro 'ROL' 



Wa Praam i -KOMO' 

Owen Wtlliomn ainatr 'RJR>. 
Wbrn 0 Otrl Mama* >KlRO'. 



11:57 



.r- PM 

••If KJR, 



-Nam (CRR. 



SUPERMAN 



Foe$ Meet 



By Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster 



adOWRNR 

.M Of 



bWf OR 
MACMfNe* 
AM eOUAL 



flO. Tt4CB 

Twe 

pe^PONtiBiLrTv 



By Chic Young 



Like Mo9t Bie Bo^iex 



; pigmt! 



YOU TAKE TMb 

BOMP — 



Hear U Tonight ... 7:30 o'Clock 

THEY FLY FOR FREEDOM 



BLONDIE 









'J’HE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA, H.C, ULI»M.S1»A\ . AK'.LST IJ, 1V41 




Waterworks By-Law 
Given First Reading 
By Saanich Council 



<‘iiy Irmpcritam — M»«muni 
and minimuin icmprratures rccord- 
«1 ycaurday at the' Dominion Mr- 
leorUogtcal Obarrvator; an Qon- 
xalcs HiU were 62 and 62 degrm 
napeclively. The* maximum teni' 
perature obaerved on the groimda 
of the Strathconn Hotel wa* W de* 
ill IW Askt'tl to .\|>pr4>\4‘ liorrOMiii^ ifreea and the mimmum M dcKreea 

of fi»r Vl«*ll Sy*»l«‘m Kxtrilooiitll l*lail staff— F. Mmdenhall hatl 

k.- . 1 ' \i .• I • . 1 transferred Horn the Hi>tel 

on .Se*|tl«*inlMT -20 — . . . 



®‘^^»'«^CRyCIALBALL 

liM TONIGHT 



Tillicum Athletics and Pitzer 
& Nex Meet in Final Game 
Of Preliminary Playdowns 



Thfir be»t-o:-ihree all fled u,»- 



We offer you 

THE ONLY TIRE WITH 
BRAKE-ACTION TREAD 



p..--.. ji:- • t. e on V baxtalJ cliampioiiA, aUd Ihuer «V 

C >tOMPLETE plans for the presentation of the $350,000 Nex former > tiebolders, will meet 

. waterworks by-law have been completed, the measure praiock Partev— ComnUim* ■hom Athletic Park 

being given first reading by the Saanich council last the noi- irom peacocks and crane* 
night. The by-law will be given seconi^ reading on September at Beacon Hill Park aiM be du- *'*” 

3, and if it receives the approval of the fatepayers on September cuA>ed by the City Council parks 
20, will be given final reading and adopted about September 25. committee at 3.30 o'clock ihu» alt- 

_ . - . - eriioon 



If you want quicker, safer stops 
on slippery roads — if you want 
•conomicai, trouble-free mile- 
age— let us demonstrate the 
new Dominion ROYAL 
DE LUXE Tire. You can feet 
the safety of Jht ZJ500 extra 
Grippers in its **Braice-Action** 
Tread. We'll be glad to quote 
you prices, without obligation. 



Sec Thu New Super-Safe Tire at Yo^ir Dominton Tire Dealer 
B C WSTRIBUTORS 




The council aaa slven the go- 
ahead &lgnal last night when ktt«rs 
of approval from Pros metal and 
Dommion Government oflk'taU were 
read. 

I>r. F G. Amyot. Provincial health 
officer, wrote that Provincial appro- 
val had been given the plan. Includ- 
ing the rufceMary piping, the tan 
'4.M0000*gaUon re.srrvoirs and pump- 
I ins equipment, under the Health Act 
I He added, however, ttuvl a ffnal 
' certlflcate of aitproval had to be 
jobialned from the board before any 
I construction wax commenced 

A licence waa not necetuiary for 
the work, under the order in rounbll 
dated May 16. 194]. H C. Bcrkin- 



preliminary pUy-dowits. Hie game 
U hlated for 6 U oclork 
Oa-men uourveed the clubber- 
16-6. m the o|K'iiitig conie.vt liu* 
aeek and the niajoruy of tlie taut 
\Mndn«« HniMbed -Louis cichmc!* were Just abuu; ready to count lii- 
repoued to police u-aterday tita< TlUicun^Aihleiica out of tiie chiuu- 
lao aindows had been *tnaalted on pionshtp *erie& But -Mciuiay eve 
'TU.« prcralAe.^ at 9M Langley Street, nirtg at Ute Caleuoma Avenue ba,l 

A wmdow aaa also broken ai the lot. Tommy Mit.*.grave Who ha^ 

home of Mr» O. H OgUvie. 834 'pitched a' lot of good baaeball in Ills 
Pemberton ftoad yean on Ute :ntHUid. came back to 

iiurl the clubmen to a 9-2 triumph 

Prowler fcacape. A proxlw with oeadlork tne aerir., 
a na-hlighi «a.^ repfjru-d in a gur- 

den at IS60 Rockland Avenue at Tite problem r.ghl a. thte mnme.it 
4 30 o'clock yesterday morning He “ Scum Robm- 

e.vcaped before arrival of Cousubles ^ ‘Oticeriud is wluihcr or nm 
Thomas Stevenson and WUllam El- , 

Taking the lead m Um- hr,t Inning Uon. ..coond viraight time 

when D Lee rmm-keU a homer with 



DEPOT NINE 
EASES li 




E 



V.M.D. Is Beaten by Chinese 
Recreation Club---Hunt*s 
Garage Wins 



Make Your Radio 

All Automatic 

Record Player 



No recwCi to cksogc. 



piirt 10 or 12 tnck 
>i< 0 ' 6 « and ckaa«a« 7 
r k « m aatematkalh 
Plaei into vo«r pr«Mnl 
radio and al wnaH <o«l yoa 
ka>t all Hit advantagat of 
OAC of rht latatl and t>- 
ixaviif I a d t • aHtoMaiK 
pkoAOQrapli comkmatiant. 
Cnclooed in alfravritt »al 
nw( (ie»«d ca>f frKC 

$ 59.95 

On faar Tcrmt 




FLETCHER BROS. 



VICTORIA I LTD 



1130 DOUGLAS STREET 



iTlie good-nutu.ed hurler ffgure* hi* 



two mains abs'Hvrd, ChlurM- Kecrra- 



C'llv Teacher prnmitled — WtUiani ' throwUvg arin >s much bc'ier <han 
M> .Michael. a]io la>t year taught at >l w.>*- » monUt ago. and u unxiouxly 



ull,” ‘ School awailii.g a chance lu parade to U 

Branch. Department of ^“WW**"* , ^ ^hrei-game aeries in ' been prorooled to a principal- 1 hlUqck tonight 

the city aoftball eluntnatiuru. Tlie *bip in Uie elementary xclurola. the Bert Nex, vtieron pilot of the 
depot rallied in the last three Victoria School Board announced ganmen. will prwoably .«end Hitchie 



l.vg^ion Fair to 

Itv livid Today 






and Supply, Informed the council 
' bv letter 

PKOBABI.F STLU. .SHORTAGE: 

Mr Berklnohaw added tliat he had ’ lead e<ablPJved by their opponent* 
Ho Inform the council that If v j- J Mar albo clouted for the circuit 



frames but could not overcome the rughl. 



Nlcul, hl« iimeteen-year-old couth- 
paw ace, to the mound agumsi the 
: TUltcum Alhli;iict. Except for n 



A country fair will be held ihia 
afternoon at 2 oclock. under the 
patronage of Hu Honor the Uru- 
tenant-Oovernor. at the Experi- 
mental Station, Sidney The fair U 



Rival Candy 
Cooks 



R«tv«ta H»« caadv 
■M 4 k ■ rt kera and m 



In ColltNion— All automobile In 

illkl annein lie^^ekeklu fi. DviAr I 4ll quanutv re- ( fo? thrwi^e7a’Vi7^»i^\'t^‘"wrth J^yge of WlUiam Rowlandvjii. 2221 jatje wUtUiesx. Nicol Umau at hoo».» - rrie lair u -- - 

IMCLCnnan, MCreely & rrior, Lio.'qulred fur the pmjert. .he dep.rt-|one on F,.ng Pitched the entire T eno Merger Nex : ' ^ I *T7 Va«o*v., a „-ab, 

^ ment could not give any priocuy to route for live Chinese while .u ... 1 ? m J AififUig un him to tc.-^ the club uur l^aach Canadian ^on .p Llovd 

Saanich'* requtrement.-v for the mn- traveled five inning* for V M U be- eoiuulernble dan.- ^ , nnd proceed* will be equaUy diudcl ka»«d kn n^de over 

lerial. - You mixht be faced wirh ! fore being driver, to the xl.uwtr.s. .. ,1 1 r«-ie '*•* »'*"*'*’ 

cwuiderable difTIruliy in aeruiing He was replored by Adarai. who fin- lhc> collided at Rich- continue I'.eii llunmhrev.* r„ ' Brentwood and North Saanich bmtk « r,<«, 

»I - he Mated ; the game Both dub* gut Denman Street. i H.aa »kat mak. .i-b«f 



VANCOUVER 



VICTORiA 



NEW WESTMINSTER 



TO BRITAIN NOW 

SEND A fARCEL OF FOOD OVERSEAS THROUGH OUR SHlfMNG DEFT. 
Mailed Daily — Sale Am«ah Reported 

Ne 3 Farcel — 1 lb Canned lullcr, 2 Ibi Cwkc ^2 



S«»«ar, I lb Red Ubci Tea 



Foitpaid 



Scott & Peden, Ltd. 



A primed brief, prepared by the Hwveniecn niu 
I council for duinbutlon among the > Score by inning 
ratepayers, pre|ent* evidence from 
I the Provuvcial Board of Health 
showing the water'* complete im- 
munity from faecal bacteria The 
cliemical anaIy»L<v of *pecimen.<ii from 
the Saanich well* alno ahowa the 
noftne** of the water 

At present ten wells have lieeti 



R 



Chmene RC. 302 iS) OOO- 12 
VMD . 002010 511-10 

Batleni’.-^ Fung and H 
Brown. Adaim and Duncan. 

Driving acr; - no Ici* tiun seven- 



H E 
17 6 
17 4 
Llrn. 



play-oflK Bpuatrn tfobrawd the 
Given ApptiinUnenu>3. Tribe, of sailor*. 12-4 -Monday evening at Ad- 
Courtena) «a& appointed office' rulrab Road, and wiU take h 



All the local orgamutaoiu of ,ke, certa.nlr r<i«vt r« 
North and South Saanich are co- Gci. 



teen ruiu in the last four *e*Mon*. probation at a aaiary 

of S125 • montlu 



.»«unl by the 8..ynK-h Cbuncll I .inmyl^uld ob Ub- bb..H,I.m, «- durCL°'.ril'I^ 

noon. A public addre*.; tyKiem will 
be In operation Tlirre will be ■ 
lengthy variety of stall* and amiue- 
menu 



la*t night after mx .ppllcam*. rlea xliould they take lonighr* con- 
-M-lected at a previou* meeung, were test The fixture is .slated for 6 15 
Interviewed Mr Tribe wUl be plawd ’ o'clock with Hurry Zaruk in charge 



lalci her« 

poifir 



pr«»« 



lut 

Ik* 




Ten Fined — Six motorUU were 



FHONE G7I8I 



510 CORMORANT STREET 



Hunt a Uaraf. trounced the Unity* 
m a audden-dealh game In the 

dug with one more whertuled for MithTto o!I *■* Vrvterday In the 

drlllm, II 1. lh.t rl«h. or | ,h»mplon,l>lp Thr Uruty. uiL’^.IrDaZ!.''’'' '*u?r 

.. L Hon* of parking regulation* Tw 



Gray Line Sightseeing 
Trips Daily 

Phone Garden 1151 for Information 



ALSO TAXI CABS 



For Fire and Autoniobile Insurance, Rentals 
and Real Estate, Consult 

ELSIE B. RICHARDS 

Suite 7. Metropolitan Building. Opposite Postoffice 
PHONE E MPIRE 7722 



nine well* will pi|>ed In to ivuppty 
I the munlclpnllty if the council I* 
authorlaed to borrow the moiieV next 
month 

The brief poitiU out mat In the 
last ten yean Saanich ha.v piurhaaed 

2 477.040.400 Imperial gallon* of | bran. Butter and Jone* 
, water from the city For thl« wafer | 

I173.456S3 wax paid at the rale of; 

7 renta per thou.wrvd gallon* 

••Since 1936." It continue*, ' the citv ' 

Incrraaed the price from 7 cent* io| 

9 37 cent* and the dIfTerence to the ■ 
mr* of Ia*r vear amount* to 
131135 59. This dlxpuied balance 
added In the amount actually paid 
by Saanich makna (he total charge 
by the city over the ten-year period. 

S3rH|691 43 

SI'RSTANTIkl. SkVISG 
• Aaauming that (he *ame amount 
of water had been obtained tynm i 
wella the total operailrig eo*t rnn- 
servalively eatlmaled would be 974 - 



o 

CyclLM* each paid 12 50 fine* for| 
Ignoring atop Men* A moiorL<vi paid ' 
a 15 00 fine for a almtlar ofTeiu'.* 



EGG SHOKTAGE 
KEPORTED HERE 



The official opening will be at 2 
o'clock arvd will be performed by 
flrlg -Gen J. G Austin A apeclal 
bu* will leave the Vancouver laland 
roach Lines depot for the fair 
ground* at I 15 o'clock 



OJsddi'A. 



CANDY SHOP 

743 FORT STREET— E 6422 



and Card* will battle li out tonight 
at bidiicy In thr ('qa*ning game. 

Score bv umiiig*. 

Vrmtya .. 113 001 030— 9 . 

Hunt oarage 321 062 «x- 23 hmll ExpeCtetJ tO Bc $031X6 Until 

Christmas Owing to Pro- 

N« l.lrem-e— For faUing to have j i 

a rhautleur'.' permit xigned by Uie uUCtlOn DeCfease 

chief of polk e. an Oak Bay taxi I 

driver was fined |.5 ye.sferday m the Victoria U ktradtly lacing a *cri- 

i lty police court "I was never nou- ous Ahoriage of egg*, one winch will ^olUied In the Canadian Army on 
fled that I needed a permit to take ^ c*wutnue until Chrlatmw'. It waa Vancouver hearted the U*t 

pa*4engenv from my dUtrlcl to the suted iaat night by William Hagger. '^Hh thirteen while one )n|ned up in 
city.'* he pleaded Evidence wra* Dormnlon egg iruuxTlor. V'lctoria 

given by Cou*table Brook Dougla** _ The M;artily of eggs is aflecting Th^ cliv* lone recruit was J 

all clUe* ihruughout the nomlnkon. Fleeter. R R. I, VIriona He wa* 
Mr Hagger «ald. Tlte MiorUge It formerly employed by the Victoria 



Batteries L Moure and E Uique- 
ran. Butter and Jones. 

EMPEOVEES TD 
RECEIVE BONGS 



TiVf*nty-\inp Mvn 
Enlistetl Mimday 



Twenty-mne young men from 
seven centre* in BrUi.*h Columbia 



«!>• at *l« 


B*Vm>« *lrv*l. Vaiita**** 









NANAIMO WELLINGTON 
AND 

ALBERTA COALS 

J. C. PAINTER k SONS 

•n cowMoaxM ar rssoNi c imi 



YES 



f, • u c* I J . -Two old OfTen- 

o33niCn Council Decides to der* who admitted being intoxicated 



_ . _ «. ./ ■ w-aa reported l* attributed to the Band A Gravel Coenpanv 

GrSnt $5 Monthly to Stsff _,_k? natural deere«i«e in production at Figure* from the various other 

w - ' aentenced yester- centre*, aerordlng to mtlliary head- 

d., m U,r my pollc, court to .erve u,..,p E,,g. href, .rr .> follow. Cnm- 

land. 



Kven at our Sale pnew 
we make a liberal al- 
lowance for old furni- 
ture 



Members 

twenty day* In pruon at hard labor 
Taking the InUlatlve among Another first offender wa* fined 125. 
municipal couiicU.-v m this area, the i ^ default five day* m jali. for 

33621, a saving of 1130253 21 to the Baanich Coimcll la*t night decided • idfnil*r condiiion on the 

Saanich water ueer ! to grant a c«i of living bonu* to afreet. 

•During the next ten year* a#- all employee, earning SIOO a month hiU Not seij Properlv-An offer 

sumtng the Increase in coasumptimi or Je>>. Tlie bonu* will amount to ] of Mrs MePhee. Nanaimo, to pur- 



HOME 

F U R N I T U R 

SALE 



C O . 



HEAVY HAULING 


MOVING 


PACKING 


AND CARTAGE 


STORAQK 
Eitd. 1890— Phone C 1194 


HEANEY’S 



ba«ed on pa«t experience and con- 15 a month 
ffning the calrulaiion to the area at U wa* emphaaixed (hat If u>e 
present xupplled. till* munlripallty | ra*t of Jiving derlmed tlie bonu* 



AUGUST FURNITURE 

SALE 

NOW ON 



Champion’s Ltd. 



727 FORT STRUT 



[ 2422 




chaae the old Rock Day Bdrool With pmducUon at a bare margin 7"'"' Nanaimo 
property WK.S refuaed by the VlctorU con.sumplion heavy. It Ui poa- “ 

,..r,rMi O. „v,ng oenmea the bonu* , School Board at a meeting, Ia*t -‘ble that egg* may soon be im- VIPTIM^ OP PRA^iH 

would be required to purchaxr from would be lowered In pr<.portlon AJI ; mght The hoard far willing to lra*e From Unlled Siaiee, he said UnAbM 

the city 3500 000 000 Imperial gal- casual laborer* in the municipality the property on a twelve monthi ' So acute la the ftiiuallon becoming MAKING PROGRESS 

loiv« and on thks quantity the saving will receive a btgni# of twenty cenie baaU.' subject to renewal, at 6)9 a Oovemmeiu U reported to 

would be 1140000 over the period at a day Thu will raise iheU pre, month net. and Mr*. MePhee will **» •I'prwl U> Mabel Merrtx and her rtaugh- 

ent wage of M 60 to 14 be given an opporlunltv to reni on 'o '•frtAc*' flock*. Paula. Injured In an automobile 

Tile bf)nu* WO* granted In re-''uu* basis Fbectert in 1685. . Ihf »•»"- «•'<•<' .ffirtfn, „.«n Monday. are mak- 

sjxinar to a reque-.i from *eveniv- buiJdmg not In use Owing to the levcre ahoriaee. It Ing favorable pfx)gres* Royal Jubilee 

f»« nil ^ u antlriiwted that piic.-. will again Hospital attendant* said last night 

Ikangeroa. Driving yv,r driving b» incree.sed. At twesent the pro- The. were Intured when their car 



tnree emplovrr, who pointed out 
that the r.;-! of living had re;enUv 



um\m EiOEK 

.TO MEETENEMT 



Bkgerlr awaiting an opportunllv 
to engage the Oernutru. Canadian 
troop* are nevertheieu not Inactive 
as they await development* In 
Great Britain, according to Serfeant 
Arthur Bunrtock. who has returned 
from overseas to art a* an irvst rue- 
tor In Victoria 

Bergeant BuhdOck rte.srriblng Ute 
explolu of hi* owm unit, told how 
members brought down a Meaaer- 
schmlii no with a machine gun 
durmt a daylight raid 

•The plane ftew low over the are? 
occulted by the flrst and s^'ond 
brigade*. We captured several Ger- 
man pllnU. ten when Ihrir piane<. 
were sTiot down by British pllou 
We were stationed just about where 
the British lutiaily started to break 
up German attacks" 

He la anxioua to return overseas 
and ukl other Canadians who came 
back to Canada with him are also 
eager to be In England again. 



Surf — QiMk 
Rtlitf frMi kakmt 
Mfl Mijf Fmr with 

KELLOGG’S 

STHMtf 



DK H IH 

R.M.R.’s Continue Training 
March From Kamloops 
To Nanaimo 



With Hie blazUig heat nf Lytton 
and the famed "dry belt" of British 
Columbia belimri them, the Rockv 
Mountain Rangrra todav swung 
bri*ky along as Uiey continued thi> 
training route march that will take 
them U Vancouver Arriving them 
August 20. the bAttahon will em- 
bark for Nanaimo Military Camp, 
where U will take over the area va- 
cated by the 2nd Battalion, Cana- 
dian Scott lAh Regiment 

Under the command of Lieut • 
Col. J F Wood, (hr unit *et out 
from Kaminops, 11s home town 
A»igii«t marching under active 
service rondltlnn* Actual baltJ* 
•cenes are being simulated en route 
and tactical exercises m battle prac- 
tice are being carried out 
The sturdy men of tlie Rangers 
have found themteivea on this long 
march Feet that cried mit against 
the ixU graveled mads In the Nionla 
Valley are now acruxtmn^ (o 
-teadv vlogging" and aun-acorched 
legs are tvardrned to the weather 
' nnoi AC ON MCOt.A 
The battalion* bivouac area alone 
the Nicola River waa a busy spot 
last week ' 'Hie? slept under the 
stars, their nnly shelter the gracious 
cottonwood* and ncrnted pine* 
nie Rangrra are "fuasy ' about 
thU aspect of their 300-mUe trek 
over the hlstiwlr road* of this (a- 
' mous Cattle ewjntrr The mar-n 
takes them through "enemy-ovS'i- 
pled territory, and every foo* of 
the way expose* the troop* to ob- 
laervatton bv the enemy force* o. 
(hostile aircraft 

Four compames of the Ranget* 
took part In manoeuvres Friday, 
while headquarters details guartled 
the ramp and the tlrelea* sergeant 
I cook* prepared tasty meals for the 
fatigued and dusty loldlerw 
Baturday (he unit aet out on a 
; flfty-mtle leg of their marrh. pwrOy 
! On foot and partty by trmnsport to 
( bivouac al Lytton for two days 



the ha?v rate of 7 penis But. If the 
high rate of 9 37 cents siiould he 
validated the saving would be 
6222.050 and furt)>er in this calcula- 
tion no account U taken of the fart 
thaf at the prcient time It is neces- 
sary to operate three booster pump* 
on the CUT of Victoria supply aiw! , ,n*nded that cmployer^r 'bv' given 
there would, therefore be an added some --M.-tancr 
saving of the cost of operation of 
these pumps " 

Places and dates of ptiblic meef- 
ings at which the b>-law wUI be 
explained follow 

Ward 1. Monday August 16 C C P 
Hall. Richmond Road. Ward 2. 

Tuesday. August 19, Cloverdalc 



brook three. Trail, five Vernon. 

' Mr. Kngiier *ald th*i England can nr>e: Prince George, two. and New 
'coiLsume the maximum amount of Westminster, four 
eggs the Dominion can send Ship-, On Sunday (he total enllitmenis - ■ 

menu to the Old Country are ixx were twenty-one. which inchtrted 

to be delivered for a twenty (rainee* from the training T'fi**'**- president of the Real Fbtata 
centre at Vernon arxl one civilian Board, and James Furman *poke m 

reply. exprea*inc apprfciaUnn of U.e 
hoapiuilty terwlereid their organlia- 
fiona The party then drove to 
Ingit* Camp al Vesuvius Bay. where 
It was Uie guest of Balt Spring 
Land* Limited. • 

Members returned to Fultord Har- 
bor and left for Vicioria The Cham- 
ber of Commerce end Real C*t*'* 
Board were well represented at (he 
ou'Ing 

K V//A'ffi.4 (AirrivH 
(Iff (wolf llonort 



suffered bnii-er 



and 'George Austin, was defeated 
A delegation from the council, in- 



infreoM'd 12 per »eni and Uie Do- ■ manner dangerous U> the pub- ducer* price for grade "A' large Is oriven by Mi« Mernt -truck s 
inlnkm Oovemmem had recom-l*!® Douglas 39 c#nU grade A medium 36 .^u*ohore note at Cadhoro Riv and 

,to have a driver* hrense a woman »nd pevwee. 20 cents The whole- isrcratlnns or the face and 

Another motion that emplovce J 7“ yesterday , Mlc prlc# to city retailer* i* trade ^ „ 

cariung between 6100 and 6125 a polk'# court Cooaiables , A large 43 cenu grade 'A 'med- mother suffer 

month be given a bonus of gj so ^ Stevenson tesuffed lum 40 cent*, grade A' pullet. 24 ohock 

monthly, cliampioned bv Council- i woman'* car I cenU. and frewee 24 cent* These 

lorn K W Richmond John Oliver forly-ftve mUe* per hour weav- Prlce* Include an Increase of sU 

Ing from Uie centre to the side of I cants on pee* w sue*, effective yes- 
the rod. and also that ihe had been icrrtay 
drinking. I • - 

SCHOOL IS ROBBED 



Firing a net ttg Prvd Watkins 
topped member* of (he Majaatle 
Council No 1513 Royg] Arcanum. 
In their *etT!i-annual haiMllmp go|f 

TRIP TO SALT SPRING *Ae Uplanda Oolf 

Club 



BUSINESSMEN ENJOY 



Flead* Guilty • A youth pleaded 



. .. , Forty-eiiM member* nf the Vic King and Doug Park fmUhed 

warren, will InMrview the Hon O, guilty yesterday In ihe city police , Chamber of Commerce and Real •'rnkrv behind the yinner to 

8 Pear»<m Minister nf Ubor. with ' court lo a charge of driving in a The theft of tlM m«tly in amail ' E*Ute Board of Victoria enjoyed a * place and Franri* 

Morran^ Pavilion Ward 6 Tuesday * *<Turlna a 20 per rent manner dangerous lo the pubUc bill*, from Le Iat Hchoo) in Uie tnp to Harbor Hou»e Ball Spring Nf»Ton took Uiird bonora with a 

— . — ^ .. ■ i increase for all relief rvcipienU in- ■long Fort and BlrcJi StrveU. and Fort at Jame* region. »a* rrparU-d I'land. yeslerday They were greeted Lrvw gross of 12 waa 



Monday. August 2ft, Sevenoaks Hall: 
Ward 5. Thursday, August 26 Mac- 



September 2 Temperance Hall 
Ward 7. ThurMlav September 4. SI 
Martln'jS-ln-ihe-Flelrt Chtireh Hall 
Ward 1. Mondat. .Vpiember 6 
Lake Hill Community Hall; Ward 3. 
Thuridav. September 11. Gordon 
Head flchool. Ward 2 Friday. Bep- 
tember 12 Bt Mark's Hall; Ward 4. 
Monday. September 15, Marigold 
Hall, Ward 9, Tuesday, Beptember 
16 Royal Oak Hall; Ward 6, Thurs- 



flmling mothers' and oid-*ge pen- 
sion rrrtpicnu 



Announcements 



was fined 6.10 by Magistrate Henry Tvsterday to the Provtnriai police at luncheon by Lieut -Col Maevregw *umed In by Vie King 



C Hall, On learning that he bad bv Constable Frank Cooke The 
no driver's license the court ordered monev was taken between August 1 
Uiat none be Issued for a period of »nd August 11. while the premUes 
*Jx monilvs. Constable George Clay- ! unwatched, 
ards teslined that he had to reach 



Maclntoah. who welcomed them or T Miller, member of Tacoma 
behalf rd Ball Spring lalanders Council, here on a combined busl- 
Duncan McBride ea-pre*iden( of ne*a and leavure trip, look part In 
the Chamber of Commerre. R, H the compeUUon. 



ipeed of sixiy-Ave mile* per hour 



Boperflean hair, nvole*. btrtb wit^h the youth's car 



day. .deptember 16 Birntwrvnd Worn- i *"«' twenty-flv# year* , Cornioram Blanshard^Blrwu 

en* ImUtute Hall. Ward 7. Friday. «tP-rie«ct Recommended,.^;, 

September 19, Hampton Hall ^ medical prefeaaton. pnsluve , denarLiiiant 

cur# guaranteed, eaU for booklet • _ ** landa department 

, Phone O 7642. 203 BcoUard Building , ^ 

|>f»ry£y|fl nr llflgr I}l tu>r “ — — | rwrved for *a> during periodic 

^ .a »sq«lm.lt fenservallve \sso.l. »l tnr s aric ctn- 

lipcttivs 0/1 Jail ■**•" *m hold a public meeung In I P**" 
. , 8t Paul.. Parish Hall on Wednr*- ; *** ^ December 1936. 

I Prm at Nanaimo «■> Aurj*i 13 selection 01 del#- ^ augge*ied mat an 

gate* to the nominating convention courthouae. cuy hail, library. 



NANAIMO. Aug 12 -John Suth- 
erland. who said he had played the 
bagpipes for twelve years without , 
working wa* arrested here for beg- 
ging on (he streets 
"It was only grataltie*.*aald Suth- ' 
rrland 

Five dollar* and two coat* " said 
Magistrate C H Beevor-PotU. add- 
ing. "But I'll suspend aentenre and , 
give you until 2 oclock U> get mil i 
of towrn You have 617 and you can I- 
go elsewhere to play ymir pipe# ’ ' 

I'll nae leave toon." retorted 
BiiUierland 

"Well. then, it’s five and iwo. or > 
aeven days." was the last word of ‘ 
Kls Wonhlp 



wii: be -held and Unportam mailers market and Are 
«m be dlftcussed. ** erected on the properly. 

~ tieusion I* I phvld Hun Dr G 

. Reyal Oak loru Just A*e milas out m Weir annmmced yesterday mat 
on Saamch Island Highway council of PubJic Irjtrucllon 

had accepted the "/ewmmendatloo 
Colquils 152. , jpeciaJ board of reference un- [ 

tier Carvw Martin chairman, which | 
The Chalet, Deep feve; Chicken ' had been unanimous In uphoMin^ ! 
Dinners, nevonahtre Cream T>as the decision of the Victoria School ' 
Sidney *2F ; Trustee* m connection with the dis- , 

I mlaaal of a married woman teacher I 
Id’* Tavern. 1217 Broad SirweL The teacher Mr* nnrence Good. ! 
right beside The CoionuL Delicious i had appealed agamxt the achovi 
mack*, all Wfhlte help. boards ruling, but the board of ret- 

“ erence found agalnat the appeal. Dr | 

iaerph Rea*. Optomelflst. 1217 Weir said 




OUR SECOND LINE 
OF DEFENSE ! 



• Our first line of defense i* on (he 
•even leoi, where the Royoi Novy 
Q**uret Ihe iteody flow of *upplie« 
noces*ory for domestic life. 

Aluminum ploys such a vital role la war 
economy (hot its use for domestic pur- 
poses hos been cvrtoiled. However, en 
the home front, wh^e (he welfore of 







Douglas street. Phone (6011 



It is HSMt mat even at bto war 



And Jock's last word war a* Con- , free - Colonist Bong Btieeta, Ad- headquanm Hitler Is supplied wtthi 
■ubie WiUiam Healey led him vcrUaing Department. , hL favonte coU*rrd cream cokm ' 

toward a cell. '•Well, then yell feed , ^ i Apparently the Fuehrer has never | 

me Opel and IX Uke the seven | grve - OoiootM Cookbook, now quite given up his interior de«i- 1 

losaiiabla, CUcalaUoo DepartiMfik | rating. I 



< day«. 




J 






12 




U BL'SIKESS fllBF.CTORT 

.^au&wt4i 



Cbt Qaiis ffoloTtiri 



rVNEKAl, OISKCnOSS 



SITt'ATlONS WAXTED^ 

MALE 



CX 3 fJBLE SERVICE 
IN WANT 



McCAU. aiio» 

Fiwtai fuimti Ham*" 
Ottlc* and CMmi. Corstr J«aaM« 
V*fl,rs«v«r lUMU 
PbM« O ar«ts mi 



M tu. WOOD SLAB MO t nn. >t ?» a 

cofd* ban* dry »arfe ua». «) m e«r« 
Mn* dry taudt Klacfca. 1*19 aard. niao* 
O IM4 

OPCCIAL PRtCS-iO COMOS DAY IN- 
«i(S* Sr blaebi and bark tia* ll-iocii. 
fuarantmi i>^r la ••Ur t t4*. tUM 
alM Ua-UIaad Ma s blaet aad «lak 

aiiaad. a edi. f«r l<aa ttinamt Pual 
O Mil 



bTUUrtONB PaiBUo* 0»o*raI R«> 
aa>ra Oraaonaai* A Ca#vaiiar. lAMl 



Ai) ••«* auararttad Aaruacan a. till 
Ootaraaimi Biraal 



/^OLO MXDAt OOO BIACOTTB. TBl 
' > mauia-faniAad f«ad lor dock ob- 
UiaaAla at all lood ataarra aad tba PTl 
SHCrP. !•» ir« wtll alvaya ctM»a« Oak 
M»dal dIb Alaruiu Brat. 

I ABRADOR PV9K MAUL PAOMB • TYIl 



tnUMNU OOMTRAL'TOR • WANRCM 
i«aa i iM4 Aiia«at<naa vtr 



i a CM BICYCL*. DuUBLB AAJL BAl^ 
^ UoB 'trva flt(t«r a»ca«MTU*. ••(*! 
wot rendiOMi AM ra«h B7tl>4 



Voi t0T< U'cc/'43r« rOiM OrttwOU M 
•r<l m rcip ClAtt<T«<] 

td Co>crnT RcmMu A't c*'tn 



tAAPtMTCn. BVtUllWa ALT«1tATtQr(»> 
Ptiera taaaMiabU Itoacbrt t *l7b 



;«>VBAVTUMO 10 BirrelM aad A*p«1ri 



Cmaprg?fT road. I t^oaia. 



ARM WBATHIR ARIMOA PLEAS. OSS 
Oruol pSwdar far cau aad data 
Prt SW 1413 Dautlaa. O in>. 



I 'OOO OBMTS BtCVCLS Willi CAU- 
' * ri't aod punu> 113^ Me« auia 
i-ailrr |U UuUard. ShaiMorn# Strart 
pia'inr. K MU 



SANDS UORIUAKV l.lD 
Pbanaa Slkll O MM iMI Quadta Si 



drv%u« ef a^*» if\ bci t 
Ms nt.'rbci ^9 drconvt'oodi'or 
cf Hxm •radc'i «U>e (>nd •* •n- 
ccrMor>pnt 'o •"id answdt iro 1C 
Mrv* ll« adv«r(SPi b*M«r 

We Will Take Replies 
to Box Numbers Oyer 
the Telephone 

Tb# Colorul Mrv<# t *VA'*Att| 
frcrr BAM «c 9 P M fafdci'no 
SkTcM'S Pbcr« I iTCHri 41 14 



.Qii* RHMPata* Itaa O •YT4 

^ oirr cut-ra'ts 

an coorrata and rarparinr 
er raaai" BO&M. rrao nta 



Adtartlatra •bo doHro maa ba*a ttsuaa 
addiaaaao to a Ma at Tba Coloout aoo 
forvardad to thotr orlaato addroaa A 
cborta of ton aaota W wada loa aaiuna 
raoilaa ts tbla caaa add tbraa ootda 
<Saa Coiooiati to tba (oust tor IM 

niuobor of oorda 



piiraicAL ctn-TUBP 
SMSOIAL AQUATICS HSDUaMO 
Pr»d Slllaoo Dm Maaaaur O ttli 



THOMSON rUMSNAL HOMS 
■ Ml Quadra sira«t 
Cooaoiaia Sarr<<a at RraMmaa># Caai 
Loda Altaodaot 



CONTBACTOSS 



CKAdS DTItUlSRS 
Caotiat'tort 



Pbaoa Q 3113 



\*tRRAL KVANfl. (iSMBRAL CONTRAC- 
' lot oao ittUittao raptira raoovaiieaa 
PnoM I 4»tl 



HAYWARD B SC PtNBltAl CD LTD 
• •lafeiia^ INI 

nt Siouatiton Siraot. ditiotia BO 

• aoita 1114 Boioira asaa O aroaa Ifll 



•oil aa oSona oumbaraT^aa it u ooi aioaia 
boaattw to aoounoslcau tbrouob uu 
ehonr 

Any alAlos for rabau oa aacount •! 
orrat or aslaaietu swat aa aiada oiibib 
tSirty day# troa tba data of tba aama 
alt wrwtao clai m olM not at atiotrad 

Tba Coloout oUl aot ba roafOBtibia tor 
note ibaa ooo usrorrort atoruoo of aoy 
adtatUaaoMBt ardarod tor aora ibao oat 
Uaua. < 



ANDRCAPS Uardtnino All Branthaa 
> A|ra natmrnaort •ork Pliofit t N04 



Lady A«aataB< 



• KOtSTEKSD IIUNCH POLlARSH RB- 

* mtA. <L Ptanoom. add Jobnaon O tua 



FXOWKHft 



II HITl'ATIONS WANTEU 
Pt'MALE 



T>BAtmpL'V PVRKIBHBO, SBYBN. 
• * rooa Bcorh !>«•• realdonea far Iraao 
nr root a' tU. Ratrryocoa rtaotrad 
4004.* Caionui 



i HOMfc AND tXK>U PtJUO BUFl TWO 
< • bUMbaa# or aotytcroMn Stoaraia 
erdi Nrar a«a and trausotiatinn 13 
'•■•lUtca lo loon Rataa 130 B 1 330 

i CCOMMOOATtON POR~ ONB~M TWO 
friendi raaaoDaoU Kroia. Pnaato 
bom* Nira lr«ahiy. nnr bow*. B3141 



NY PLORAL OBS10N9 at lootat prirta 
Paliorh Brea. tllA Dooaiaa oa O 1314 



ttOWN'B VKTURIA MuaSSUBS. *>4 
' Via* OliltB sorb nocniad Ly*«at 



ROOM 



MODBXR F1.’RNIBHBD 
... bwiae to ram •MrUir ate«o »u at 
VU« RnyaL from AvtiUI II to Ortabar II. 
Ai^U vi*« Rnyal CoMoiunHr Stota Pniwta 

7,vjr rbkt. ruHyKsmD^Nrw poinC 

'an Arbatao RnaA. 
land. IIP par aonib. 

IM Paubartod BUM- 



*RPKRlKNt*Bll bOOKKERPCn AND 

* rcrf.ri»ri)i‘'r‘ or-irr* anaiiian Many 



Tba CoMsUl aorrlru la araUabU rvary 

t ap froa ■ aa to • oa.. ttetotiaa 
lUMbp. 4iia* call Binplta 4114 

To tba lira tsetrtloo, Cla4alHad Ada aM.‘.id 
roach Th« Coianlat bafore don 
day oTartei w t o oubUcatua 

"ciaaamod Ada (or Tbo BoodAi 
•til ba Bccootod op to d s-a. ob I 



EDI CATJONAL 



I bOAJtD-RBblDBNCS VACANCY. AUUUBT 
l>^. 1431 BolwMwit Aranua. E uaa 

ivOUBUt ROOM AIO> BOARa HOUB 
1 ' cookino. b«a« prl*iiaa«t BIlAd. 

I VOUBLB ROOM AND BOARD. 131* 

' 0«ar_ B Ml J_ 

V'XCBLLEfrr ACCOMMODATION POH 
Ir vlaltara for Vtctotia toarwi urna 
oaral aod aUiiary alfMara. BaccotlimaUy 
■ o«d ntaln lUfervBcia tirao B4Sdl. 



MrLCNNAN McPHetY A PRIOR. LTD 
1494 Oerttninint 8« Oltti 



|;*nAMBL BTOVia ~ BOUTUALL STOVi 
Co, 1131 Oorrmatnt Sturt O 3Ml 

I, 'OR BALT UnERPRUB MONAUCU 
• tankr oitb aaodaat burnrr atiacDad 
Pboiia 141U. Coloaiii 



Coumut 

iturdAya 



Wiao 4k Go.. 
Pbon* B9d4l 



r'BTilERSTONHAUOH A CO 
I Paitnu tod Tno* Mirxi 
nttirri IliroMkhout CARada and UB 
US R paiuJar. VAOCAttiaa ntcna Btr 37M 



1,'URIilSiUD OR SUtl • PUBWIBMB P 
A boaaa ae aaafroQi. tbraa brdrooms 
baUiroea. b aod c« oU eoob atera. Hay* 
rr ofu CroCten . 8 .C 

KXlUR • ROOM '^^i^~BUNOAii6w. 
« raatonably farBitOad AdulU oolp. 
rhom B Mid 



H BA Tin IN OOOD CONDITION. BUTT- 
abla for loroe hall or ttora Oo dio* 
play at MD Port BUrrt 

M ajor bcrnkrs outsbu. all 
otbot ouratra out t arihir li ibert 
•ai a brtUr bdrnar oa ar I'd *r'i n for 
a twrfaet toataUatioa ptiooa B llOL a an 
Sarriro Co. 14d BrouablOB Straot 



ARKS A CUmiL Patrat AUoraep^ 
d04 Bank af Torcwia Blda. VletortA 



.'XCBPnONALLY NICB ROOM RE- 
* fierd haoir batu* rMbiat B 4411 



l.'OUR-ROOM 143WUI DUPLEX 
4 aat. addllA IM4 Coofe 

I ov^Y tnrbs'room'buni 

4 4 fuUr fumuitad. includtnt 
cttKkory. eouary loia bMl» A d 



IWOQp X4000JL K4 COOK BTREIT. 

aiftola nr daubla B IBt4 



B LtVfBEY— Ruutrud and LMrnaad 
3U-I Pamoarioa BotMina 0 34*3 



I ANOPORO — BOARD AND KOOM. BY 
J ouk ar monib brtoir anrroondmaa 
Thrat Dot Kantn Balmont 44 Y 



UlSC'Kl.LANeOL’8 



M VI PAVtUOR. CORDOVA 

t7' .*1 Bay— Oaociiw ***ry Sats'day aubi 
Mtan Craw*' orchaotra. 3ba 

t VTBWARTB POPULAR OUl'ilMr 
40 ^ datter Cl.aubrr of t'wBimtrr*. Wad- 
)(• naadara. iMPOcr IV 



Raaaonabla Pricaa 

C. J UcOOWELU iOM OOUOLAB ST 



• •rasa rafricaratiod. ■» Taebst 
3. South Oak Bay Atrnua Phona 



HARRISON irr . AT PORT AND 



YaUt B d:73 



arMALL McCUtRV RANUB. BNAMBL 
^ «ack. •atartront tbrrmomour I3IM. 
Carur'i S>o*a S<nra 133 Port Btrrot. 



LiBdaB Ata..— Tourwt booui not- 
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APARTMENT OR RMAU. KITCHEN f prtnM AVTI WnASn OTANTCD ^ 

*\ eJevlTie »»aber Coal *13* Accept ” ROOM AND BOARD WANTwO ' l'NrT*RNl 8 BEI» 

147 M O W>l ' . -- - • — - - - ’ • — — — . - . . - . . . . 

. "i* rviammoK' a USPQ FLErTftlC \\*‘DOW LADY WtSHU BOARD AND d'ORDON HBAO> ATTRAOTIVB B«» 
a I TONUrrWN. 4 t BED Millie ^ plmcatil hett* Bo* 414*! '»?« boo**, tea *!•• anlomalte far- 

.» ••there Ouarantaed t3i PUrt. CoI.miui I hare >iam*diata poaaaaelan MO. Olllea> 

" A LMOST-NBW OARDIN ROBB. I »**1 I * U* ■ Btratt. O lUI. 

>V 4S ROOMS TO RENT I TTBANTTS MO TWO. pACKtnn. sros. 



DRESSMAKING 



>* wawted boy wishino to ixAioi john*o*» a^ Doonaa bi_ 

Bala .. id 7» boaibuildioc and tepamni Sidney |'RCC INPORMA-nON - PEMINtNB HY- 

lied 41 dlat rict Bn* 3)04 Cotaoiat J ciana Loral 8 nri»*» da Hveenieoa 

Llvretock _43 ; , ' «ei^'r»uiv*» nw* U.U#; II# Maii»* Strae* I «n*. al'tr i p m 



D RCaSMARINO. RtPATRtNO AND RE- 

modelina Pbone B 34)4 

a LOST AND FOUND 



H ahrblb—all sizsa all prices. 

for all parpoaa*. Wtlklbaoe. 341 
Oiwoe Road 

r7HnXrs”cRl»r~wiw.“cREAM” BNAMJOI 



I vacancy" Mil BELMONT AVBKUR *•" ••*’**»» 



7 doubla ar aloila. asetaaiya. 
O 4IdA 



7 ••>• •*•*(•- aie E07W 4 •-■‘W I Oiwo*_R'^ _ ’ doubla ae aloila. asetaiiya. Ptaaoe LfOUSC TO rbnT — IlNPURNtBraD. 

/ 7ANADUH “weKTBRN WOODWORlTEHa i'4Hni-s”cHlB. NEW. CREAM BNAMj£ 3iPd qimmiSS^At^nua^^”**** *'**' 

-Baai.ra. doota. eeneral mlUbork 04413 L. m ealge toe 111 71 O03M emlni PUXNliHBO . wAK BAT mew t7 

i ARUB OONCRETt MIXBR POR RENT. I.'LBCTIUO BfWtNO M^HINBB. 1 T OrtHSALB BEACh”cLBAH“ ' * houae. 1 bedrrwMBA. UUbdrv oa "llrtt 

L .Kb man mio per day 0 4»7 '"^7 Pun b.mm.,.. and W'lr." 



SIDNEY 6PBCOY SERVICE 



40P W'ANTED A GOOD UKIVER. ONE WHO 
47 7 7 knn*a rity. Apply Jubilee Tui. Hit 

*1 pan Straai 

{? \V’AftT«» DBUVBnY"oiHL Oh“ BOy' 
40L 7’ Apply oimt B*W1, ar III* Ne arport 

aiA W'ANTED' BXraKIENCBD BUTCItifl" 
It 7 7 |,j»a| Marfert 



g tIVB VB A CALL •hen yo« natd Lum 
iOX 1117. COLdBlST. JULY 7 MB LOUT \ T ber lath SbintlfA Balidin* Maun 



• Mafia* atraer * n 77 a. ai.tr pi,,,, „U ,4 colonial Of- | aia of all kibdt Tim*-ltaled Painii and ‘*®' 

NRPS COLONIST COOKBOOK NOW («•» ir>T«rmanon Builderr Hardvare. tneb aar»» iPOd Oladttane A»er>ut 



L available CUeuiBUon Droartment . -r-ANVAS TRUCK TOP, ULANO 
I EARN TO flEW— Dreaimakiri*. Ntedlf- ^ lS»fi*a» b#i»*et» Vrrtoru it'd Ladt 
Je eraft. an A uteful and ptofiiaWe mrnUi Saiu rdat enght Reward 0* 111 
V Pt oaper iga on a p pliaatmn 0 3034 T OST - ON MUNRS ROAD, OREID 

M PNi want normal PET. VIM’ a.eaiar and tteodlepolni Pbam 

Tr» OSTRBX ■TY3N1C labla-i. Rllm-r- Q *7»> 



Buildett' Hardvare. 

SIDNEY LUMBER 

O m» 3114 Oovcrnmrnt It 

• CooUnuod* 

ISLAND BUIUHNO SUPPLY COMPANY^ 



WANTED TO RC.NT— HOUSKS 



BIRTHS 



.71 Tr. OSTRBX 'TY3N1C IBbla-i. Rllm-r- | 

INTED— FEMALE HELP Unta and ottiar roncantrataa aid !• nnr- ' 

mal pep. *lm. etettr 0«l «par.*i inrr*> ' 

— — — durtory al»* lodav OBlr IV Call *i"a, 

OKMEKAI.. DAILY- 1 14 A U TO Conniniham S>ar»a Ltd . 0*1 and •» 

I p fb Thtaa adulla. ttnall Hat. »tb*r ened dru* atneM j 

y dDItifi Middle-aird poman « uvAtv-w vnait/. 

1 ComfPTUbk Job. i:«. Boa \f I 

inniAt I *71 tad beaarua IfSP BiUiide Tlriona ' 



I *^iv^rthmi*i??oUd*Tr'i^M^^ 430 Vt^r' sal* babVb plat-pen, ciup i vent nice iwm two ou- rruRct room noube near water 

oatlj Modiepomi "*“* n, rort cornet LaneWt U an .1 wukar .arriaja lOdMonirral IV tlemar. Separate bed Board If de- ; 1 pub or .liboul rantenien*** B«i 

I'Ta* VO “ YOUR PA8B- MtBORS ATTRACTtyB Itt-Sir'- W^HTtat »N)r“soMI IBARS SI 



1330 Calcmut 

( 40OK-UBNBHAL WANTED ONB MONTH 
7 from Aueuai 17. fee family of i*’ 
14P Of pari tiBia daily. I33t fitarri 
Drue 0 3 3M. 

I tONBCIENTtOUa QIKL POK UBNBHAL 



n PATE TO OET PAKTORIDM 
URVCLBANINO POR HATE. TOO 



our ONE JBRSBY COW 
3 A l.*rlt H.’tal Oak 

MO.NET TO LOAN^ 



A MOR-raAOB LOAN CAN BB AR- ' 
a\ ranead by na tn any amount. Rrpar- 
menu to mU Laiv leuraat Qulnk dan. 
tloiA AUo N H A fporteaora at * per 
rent Buildinr loana a ipeclalty P H 



N O WAJTtNa 18 YOUR PASS- 
WORD «rven vau nerd lum* 
ber latha ahlailM. laah and doora. 
naila or iniarmaiion at flTEWART 
« HUDSON RETAIL LUMBER 
Bdtai 4M aorta Road B0343 

OAUTY ul)Toi^ LOW UICBB 

Daltlal Boa Cm O 1433 



ri'WO VERY ATTRACrrVB BBI-StT. 

- -u... _ I iifn-roome, iiniM and double. Cratc- 

^7BNT'B BLOrR DB LUBE WRIST dbrroch 0**11 

" Y nr«. halt nrle* Phon* O TUI I “ 1.1 1. 



ll’ANTBTl POR BOMB I BARS BY 

7 7 adullt h*«av ml ai« mom* rural 
di4lr1e< and aalerlrt-ni, piumoitit. 



7 T , „cb. f»* half Prleo Phone O TU I ;^,,,~,4:rpn-r.N~~t7fvl^«ATELT~^ieED tltden Bot M33 Colo..^ 

J J^AND SrmNO MACHINE. I'.3 M lU 1 roama. tl*ep|^l_pr LH_Oroad Ptrael *tr rbPt'BMkNrD 



lACKS TOO CAN BUT OR BENT 7 » 
*4 mra* and hydraulic iacka pf 1 in Ik- field 
Ion rapacity from ibp Capital Inw A Mel- 



\\rANTED BUSINESS WOMAN TO 
7 * ahara lurnlehed 3 -roMB tuile. Pait- 



Sra«a s ^na Ud- till Broad Siroet'ritHB MOORB.R'RrmNOTON LUMBER *u. ud 1U4-33 Btora It reel Phon* OS 



Phma 0 7171 



B'lt 1311. Cotnnlil 

I'.srt'BNtsnsD 



DE.LTR8 



ROBBHTSOH At Rorai Jubilaa Hnaptul 

on Agpuat 10 May Edna, aeed aistr-iP i f ^ 
yegra *»fe of B L Rebariwo b»*ii in . ^ 
Sarramenia, Calif . and a raaldent af 
Victoria fnr Aftv rrara Bhe ii aumted , ,|i. 
by her Itittband ana dauaiiUt. Mra D ( 

8 Rarl«» and one ton Strutn T " 

Prhale funarel a«»Ke »Ul be bald an •'u'*- 



I tOJCSCIENTIOUS OIKL POK UEHBHAL - A NT RRCinvmT P«Ht a ^unB-roA^' 

7 hauMai.fkatklplalDrnnk.ne Throe V® ’"'^11 A | »4TR«0tSTdT« A MO^^^ 

ad«»tta. one child Pulla modarn bouaa in *’ iBaolin*-ao«lied rat No forMne on ' p«»t l2'**r^ar^4* 

Oak Bar Slaep In O SfOl lo anr aiock-tiae bar bi.ek and flank* ^7w» S Son. Ltd. lU Port St O lll^ , 



COMPANY, UMITK) 



LAROB STOCK 



BaUbllobtS Ifdl 

rOCK - HIOH' 



RT PRICES 



♦— rt - - - — - . r ~~^, — • . — AI Pantocivm all ambtWdfd din and iretM 

I 700K-OENBRAL WANTB& 3 AOULTB. i* tm'lv remnved from the felt 
7 one baby, fvor mllaa out. ••••a 110 tii«a proper-aita blorb* asd tUnaea are 



Lumber. MlllPor*. Ovoroe. Maaenito i . ^ « .... 

Intula*. Oyptkm Wool Bhmelei. Eie J atmana StreH Phon* O tdll 



AUTO LOAMS 



aU. Ud 1U4-33 Stare Streei Phon* »S I'.srt'BNtSnSD I \t’ANTED TO ftBNT UNPUSNISHSU 

0 1474 — I 7 7 * ae i-ranm hana* In pr abnat B»- 

K ' "T p.;* N'WO UNPURNISMBO ROOMS AND | auimail dtatriet. near trhaM RearanabV 

APOK 3»c Pin .Ul IDBAI- POR | „ houaekeeplne lariliiie* in i rent. Bot 4Mf Coloiiiat. 

euahioot P -leune * Br- . Ud ITfl ,.... 1 , pid** Baa 4947 — 



E *>0t tf>r tt$h%p\t\9 h» P97^u hKt(»r« yog? e*r ror loi ntv^ 

— — — '■ -- w.p ixiOKfl nr« KKKiu tSe trrOQtMt U piottnt parmi 

J 'HAMBBRMAIO REQUIRED AT ONCE b^llM -a Ihnae aid lOlMd 

7 ate beta*en M and 40. Apply Bob it*, ciaaned Ilk* new for lac each. r*gulrad. Apply 



C ASH ADVANCED ON BBCirRITT OP LUMBER RPCC7ALS AT CAMERON S J> tniaid tinoteum lid Cankoleum rue. I SB 
yoar ear for any mirptuM Reflnanctna RAndom floarda . - t>-PQ M i* Mmna cbair. 14. 4-plect vieber ml 

• rrinted it preaent parmaota tna burden- ItiPNalTSO ... Special Pflc* 114 chett nt dra«*tt. IT Pbnn* 8 414V 

SSS-Kirs:,,'” , ■ i^-sssa.— »rar„7i.-rCiiT«£; *" 

' 5 ™ '« .V. ;"Ls’j. 7 ; .vs'-is’Tc"'' 1 1 

* raoni CAMUIOI. LL MIK U«D . .mm. BOCt . UjlC BOII. UCI 



I AAOB BErELED OLASS Ik OOOD « , 

.♦ tniaid tinoteum. Ilk Cankoleum rue. 50 ROOMS WANTED IbOYAL BAVARV HOT « 1 . *1vaV^tm 

«r’'SronVr45.v“^ H?.nd\BcTJ«tt^ 

— _T — . _ IPS fNFlB-M*BEO k««d food, unaurpaaaed feanery mile* nt 

iTt MODEL VAUOHAH PLEXTHBD - * baachea. awimmint. tanaia 

Traernr *»»b plnuah rumvatar. dlw / kNE OK MOKE UycPURNIBIfBD ROOMS •«» badminiao and mariy aiher atirar. 
maaer 8 Onddard Bidnef BC 7 1 (lauaekeepinf pnnlaeaa of room ai»d Writ# hotel, oe aeo 

baard Oak Bar dtearict. by prafettlonal ZH' 44rata. A B nerlrrea 41) Seymour. 
ANURB. ROCK.. BLACK BOO* ANT owic., ay 8 0. Mar TTU 



Weda«pday moninc ai MrCall Braibera' 
Punaral Chapel No flewet* by requetL 



('NPIB-MSHEO 



PBARB~At Camary. Alia Mra Manaret 
Ann Pear* aaiaed •«•' Tba late Mra < t BN 
Peart ••* tba »ld*« af Praderick Paara 7 i f, 
•hu pataad avar bet* wn Ottobar la. u, 
laiL and formerly rnaidad at 30P Si ~ 
Cbarica BiraM. VHtoria I 

Th* ramaina vill arrtva la Viriacto on ' I e 
WadMBdty moratna and •ill raai in Mi- Phana 
Call Bratbara Puntral Chapel from , 
•ber# tha funeral •111 taka oiare dS Wed* U‘L 
naaday afternoun at 1 . fbtarmen* •|U ba l:* di 



7 ate between M and 40. Apply Boa < haft, ciaaned Ilka new lor Ike eacb. rwguirtd. Apply l a * no. 4 p a. noonna ,. .. n» eo ai ■ ma mwwa. rmvunmi* ri-« 

4004, Colonilt I wi.r»««-« *WM*tnnai r-i* 4 nata J W OOBBIB XKSLTLANCB AOENCIBB 1*4 No ♦ V-Jo*nl 113 40 M Traernr *»tb pinuan rttlllvat 

VIelorlaa PtHemnaf Cnaaneta • " lewnoi* 1 • 1 Caounan IkO Lio*al Puot 10c and m»»«r B OftSdard Bidnef 

I T IRL WANTED POH OBNIRAL ROUSE. i^NTORIUM DVR WORKS OP CANADA fStwelBl RepreattjtatlTea l« CampbaU AniO »«qhr CAMBROR LL'IdSER AND SAV* \ 

7.J* »otk. Nn •atbma Hu*t bo abu to UMirSD I Piitanca Company. Umilad FHORB CAMERON Ll. MSBR and SAVB kiANURB. ROCK., BLACK SOt 

dnrre ear Slaep out Biijiit. Coionui pwi aad Quadra Telaphone B 111) 1 1« Pemberton Boildlna. VUtorla. B C - . -’I noanutf BrarP Trantlrr. U* 

I 1 BKTTJtMAN RBQUtHBB COMPANION | ^one* OBieo B iOI4 Retideora O mS 4kD _ ei-bNm'' BB i kNR EtRE TUBB BOlLBH ANU 

7 I tta..i*«a«t>eT under ihiriy-flva cm». iaCLlABtX PLOOR CO— MODERN' fO LOAR AT LOWEST lUTBS a h trntmUAL OPTBR. BUT MAYBE ^ wDet. tme retoru rapacity 

lit _ l^k iliacoionm duiOeaa aandina machine BI7I*. Ttbai t>u need inelpdea two *Loti'\'2r«Ii’*‘A%am 

< CHOTBOLT'a KIDNEY TONIC POR KID- Whl««# S CO- LM,- »•»« •D**!- lh*alSt ■ cover Ay |n » teJw 1>RCNB PLUMB 7C LB COOKT 

' '•7*"7» l"r llobt dttUaa fN bi^n,, .if.fi,u„a Bbotbolt a oiwl « Duncan fttll t.,. anud •ainut froota. an.1 I 



Mra Manar.t Pwi and Quadra 

Tba lal* Mra i 1 BNTTJCMAN RBQUtHBB COMPANION | 
taderick Puara 7 i rtm.Maai.rr undar ihin».li»a caun. i m 



Marna cbair. 10. 4-placr viebar ml 
I cneM nf drawett. IT Pbnna 8 4)0V 

ATE MOOBL“AUOHAN~rtjSTkM) 



7 I hat.Meenrr under Ihiny.flra coun. 
lit Do* uaa Ootonm 

I 1 OOI^ HOME WITH WAOBS POR ELD- 
7 I ertr ladf In return lor llkbt duUat 
Phon* n ntk 



PfiBNlTTEB 

a N {musuAL^ orrw^ but maybe 

• V luat what tau need Inelpdea tieti 



.71 qoantltt Rrar'e Trantfpy. Lid. O 7*31 

I kNR VtRB TUBB BOILER AND ACCB8- SI UOUSCKEEPING ROOMS 
7 f Mfiet. nne retoru rapacity M eai- ,|-q 



7 r Mfiet. nne retoru capacity M eai- 
lonj; ana mnall itaom e»alne noo fruit 



^ pat aod biaddat afferiuma Bbotbolt a and a t Duncan t Ull 
Oruf k'ota. Mi JiHinaon Sttaei i iViuATk FUMftt a 



flat amt. «:ir' aoUd •amut frooU. an .1 
Ian *alio *aIout tabla* that match a 



OODKEW o« AumiK ij'lMl at Whiw \\'AfrrBU - HOU»EKrEl*EH. OVER M • tar* treat Oel aome ^ Vie* SDcei Phanefaikl a POLOINO BABY BUOOT fOR LNVV 

Riock. SC . Defence Ommbap. aaed *7 year* early SeptemPer. fir cootinc -riiB purvrn miu ca^o A DRST MORTQAnE fJ>AH— If you in- _ II •• P^ WEEK 

Mity.threo yearn fortnorlt ol ill P..**lt •2<„ "» reunify hmn* two O-.C TMB PHOTO MIU On” lend lo build «f can arrane* tt ad- ^ ’IL®** Puranufe Dopartmeat 

Btrret. Victoria Barn in London. Bb 4- ■<•'*•** *!1? comfortanie 9 m d»i» »'Nif lb*" durlno con- MACDONALD BLATTIUC 



r TE unil - fc ii . OodKlNO AP. F'" nir ^bln".?"?" — 

. 0 lb* for dbr Srmo rottCtlnera { uii>,ia* i aAUBriRo I 

a Tyndall ATenu* Owdon Read . { ^ 



•IS rOTTAQEB ARB CAMPSITlt 

/ 7AB1N8 POR RayfT. OOOO^BBArR. 
7 •l*eine Ukbl and •alar, fine abade 
for hot ••Bihar. O H UK. RR L W- 



REISTEHMAN. FORMAN * CO 
View SDeci Phan* f 4lfl 

IRST MOR'TQAnE UIAH-tf you tn- 



land the late Ufa Oowdhr* Came lo I "’udetn borne, rwar mam but eouie fief. 

ihia Uiy In 1417, but for »he pom rear ' erenr^ S^ 9^1 r*hen«e« _ 

• at a f^ent *!;' Vk’AiriTu titpi. about la 

li ilsrtiTAg Al AtFAMfi AOA POt \\ — . ^ ^ y . 

ItalJr li EMiaod " Ty...lS-»e.u TmM .. tmm. ah-f. 

t%n«rai terxre* •■n be itatd ti> Hat 



7 7 Tta.«t Bureau C*od at t.pina ahur* 
hkiid oiul rotnpoeilion plca-an .•rwr. 



Rotla Developed and Dinted 31c 
1>7 Enlafaemanla Da* 

I) Reormta. Irt Enlarkrmanf We 

Oirlt fiummet Cation Dreur* Up *n I* 
Veart AU Pri'-'v. up m IIM 

r«3WLERA 71* Ya*ev 



•a\d; BC^fun.rarrWaal 73)3 ( rowurKN tm ya.ev 

•• 1 pm Re. J R Plf* off* 0 ia*'n« twl^ir __ _ I iBk k k 

^larmtnf la f««U> dloi ei ColwMd Burial g t eARTBt>- EXPOUBNCBD TTPIBT AP- .tlX RAntOREKSntS A?fD 
. ’ .P'» “ *’* •»« CPbwH*. lb awn I mpbirrv BPRriAMRTl 



. __ .. ... (....I,. I bandwrlilDt eivin# age. *gp«ri*nr*. r»f 

"•*^7 lypibB ep*ed BAd Miary ranuirad 

rraldanrr )ti Rnhmnetd Road Turadar. — — „ — „ZI 

Sukutl i3. jam*! OiM* The Ute M: \\ 'ANTED - EKPBRIBNCSD OIRL OR 

r»ibb« ••• kofo >n Wadm.<re Somrr.*' | >> •mb* lu »>»• tae «aa..*.it 



1 'ANTED -EKPBRJBNCSD OIRL OR 



BEAUTT SPECIALISTS 

TTENTfOlT^ lUBmsae WOMEN! BPS' 
r>#l aarme ,n ireifnan*ntk machine or 



, **/ 7.«e'*»*« ‘"(•''M marbiSn/tt BIifab*th Ane fialoa. m# 



togland. and had * mt<ittu al inu | bwgaewwrk U*» tn Owed ytroad u Ull Btetunc O 1*4- 

city f« iht ima* thl'iy-lwo reara ninne r Wkl li.r Inlert.e* B.emaiOika. 



city f« ihg ima* lhirr».l»o reara fie nmne T Wkl lur Inlert 

•a Mfylyad by hU •ido«. Emily aaO 
Richmond Raad on* dautblrr Mra WANTBD- YOUNO WOMAN POR OBN. 
P B. B*rmann. al iba (amli* racldenc*. t> rrat houe**ark Dione BOkkO 
t*« tona. Jama* A. Ikl Banry l^a, _ 

Ytcierta. and Buy J . at praacat lb Bne • ANTED — EXPBRlBNr 
land alku i«« araivdahlidren. 7 V dieaier. Bm laid Colon. 

Punaral gerrleoa •111 bo held TThariday 

Van’’^a*ra^*Hon!:‘’*A«hdi.ol » SITCATION8 WANTl 

r C Oaroltb •111 athrlaie. and iniarmwni , MALE 

•tn bo mada In the c«l*«od Burial Drk I 



a a * A* T • n I J ATH SATIN > D8LIOR .FULLY RK* 

W d^elfr ” freohink and ao kOM far ymif ekin 

■ ***^1_ ^7M Coiob!iA Boiaat Beauty Salon. TO* Bioukblpn Bill! 



• anra paM el tour iMn durlno con. 
mrucllon tnd to* kalonra wr>an 'ha 
Kiwee >1 m-npletad Pbr yout (on- 
vemmee nutOeraie morrhif tepgienenia 

• » tuil **ur Inrome Aak ua for com* 
piPle detaiti 

OILLBSnt HART A CO. LTD 
i|Meklith*d Over a Quanat nf a Craturyi 
dll Port Straei Dioeo Oltll 

13 ersr^ss directoby 

ALBCTRICIANi 

E xpert wiring and r^air^ 

Eloewa Bbop. Bmpira >d)i. 

PtOOB kUBPAClNO 



Phan* t41fl A POLOmo BABY BUOOT fOR LNVY 
r 'TKau U .« 71 •• TBR WBBK 

can arran*»*M ad- Pwraiiuf* 0*parttt*Bi 



13RCNB PLUMB 7C LB . COOKINO AP- 
1 pl*a. 0 Ibg f«r d*r Brmo rotifalncra 
L Wiioua. Trridall ATenue. Oardon Read 
ouiln orih af car>ain« faefem 

1 >lAKO AND OBOAN POR BALE “TJDOD 
condiiieei Reaaonabl* T)d Pandora 



T hree rooms purnishitd two or pnnn« oitd) 

inrr* r<maa uofurnlabao Pbeme O dP43 .. 



IIBORO BAT ONB- ROOM CABIN. 
• lao bndropmi eUrg buA «w of 



MACDONALD ELBCT1UC 

Deuklag it Vie* 



V t-PIBCB CHBSTERDnj) BBT lUBBU |i-i» Q'niw a tttcrrtr iixa« ■p*riacieei /-a • --• — — — — ' 

4 monii-a c<m IIDna. lacrlflc* LV.‘‘ SiJ« lju‘‘ 

lej e» ion* Ca4a..iu Aianue <*>rniii«a> lU" Oovernmant Streep ^ ^ hoRPOLK HOftE. 74d COOK ST 

Special sale - cKmfL 1»*7 t or pvrctabe a REMiRcmN 

a\ field am* end add chain Vicforig .V m hmiaTiZ, * VAILABLB NOW. SI HOLE ROOM 

UphwUUrr Co . 143* Douelaa S«. 0 7*14 ,,, BrookhtoB Slrwl Pbone O idll *•«*• •«- »®*1 Burdatl 

RBadw n »T oaC.’ in lABTr-armNo-RooM ' nbar parlia 

n.M# " “ norla-Andtg*. ** m*nt Bldei S l*SI 

- I Palma. Lid. 7ll Yl*« Slra*t. 04III '• >wk..aM.iw*ai.* u «r acw\ua 



U ollr razors, n 7i rRcrraBR com- • 

papa. I4.T) Banio tl T* Talaacwpaa, A TTRAC 
14 74 Deld eiaaaee. IdTS Eitbt.po*ar ■‘A rafad 



|4 74 Deld eiaaaee. IdTS Elcbt.po**r 
prlamatln *!•*••*. 137 M Dunlow tlr*a 

it Id. Inoar tubmk Me Wide fcandlabara 



mM. i TTRACTIVB ROOM NEWLY DBOO- 
w*er ■<‘A rafad pea *fe«! Oallaa. bioeb alrtm 
Mr** car E odii 



I .TOR RBNT COTTAOB. S01*TH SHAW. 
Bleaii. lid ppr week O )D1 



- m 1 fi >w. jnaer vuona va rrm* naiiuiesaia _ ... AMBUABn •■a*'rM»irr AUn >« mnea irirm riiy. 

BBT lUSBU 11.71 CtitM'a bicerir II3M fipeeteclee A* loi blanbbahd. *F^rm»Ni anu arpammodaiion Tee* •lunthea dm 

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da nf patterna tn ch<yn*K from and 
at 3* cenfa iKr doubla rolt up 

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A RBAUTtPUI. IJTTU CHEVROLET 
coupe. I4M Model. Thl* la in tha 
pink of condtiiati ftOO"! 

four tie* urea Ti/^i 

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and beaiar 1 >X 



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the family plat at Rea* Bay Ceswieri I 



BTIMATBB OIVEN POR DIOOINO AND 



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HONO^LT“~Drs: p,riJcMU?Jaton"^iri“Br®Md* ^ 

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onlyt minKurea hair dyeink blegehink- hairrat- | THE COLOmn 

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3. Plena CbaeiarflelA Suuea ... ttk M up 
4 Piare Bedronn Suite* .. IMM up 

4-Plec* Dmene Bane. . Ilk M up 

t-pteeo Rpeakfokl Set* . .. tit U up 
Trtlit* lamp., romplet* Ilk II 

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711 Jahnaao Sirael PRoim O aelb 



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I rondiuon 1440 ratb. baiancp apraad ever 
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U*I> TH4h roiB MILAE lEOW lITT 
BicbvASF »m Em iuum 
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liv ji«-ttio(D <»•)•> viita BnvMcr 
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NEWPORT AVENUE 

ALMOnr HEW. SMAeTIV ITriAO^ 
OfV* or Ibooo Eki«.Kk.au4 POR OAl.t 



boOtooBia oil «lth Ion# eU.a*ia t« 



tw.: boaemont ouO furnoco Too orrw 
otw *«ro la conUn Hlon toroUbo. 
buUI to cotbBianE laadaca^ and aro 
vta«« u( unui'jbl bMtftv COQnn 
Toit&a b*JI cMD . 909UU 

riVK-ROt)M HiNGALOW— Comaruioc 
•fltroact hAll. Il*ln«>rooni vUh flr»> 
ploet AtoiM>rtioa. oU vlib Mk noora. 
■lodcrn klirhoa olUi euoboorda, rooi- 
•ra. otc . i«ro« ouo poreb. too b»d> 
tooma. tbr«»*oitc« botbroi>n ruU ao- 
■i«at ba»*n>ant. pls«<t lurnoao Trry 
Bier oartfoa iot Thu lovoly homo 
(Uauna vith m« point luuriot tioco* 
rollon la perftrt SiiuotoA oa oulH 
bottitvontftf alroot M bom* *'• bo 



«cavv M conp 'ia ao Dirt onS 
priaoto MouDloia *l»o. Nict *Mo 
oKMt Lota ul OMOobUio U> orara lOow 
Chaw in rtl loart rorr lai* , Rroulor 
' ProirU" MAerou booemout viib good 
fumooo (or cold wooibor fo>y uuado 
aloirvor to boaomrnl. olao ouUldo to 
tronn to booonont. ob tovol All lorto 
roosia Erooeb devro Loaded oIom 
L or«» brliht ^itebtb mb oeroioRtnl. 
otpenaieo. non-nui. bM *ou> laok 
VUo of aordon obd (ruU irooa timm 
klichen otndeo Terr eooifoMoble 
Urino-ruoto oioaacd luanT room o(( 
ktuboD Nteo'ouo bodroom oM Uima 
room Lorte eedor cibihoa clooel 
rrool bedn^m with opoo (liopiorr vtib 
ook moniol Piolo-kloao mirror Boar 
•■alkmi duiouo dovoioon Ciooo to 
tronaportotion Tbu bone u in oucb 
ptrfecl coodltlon 



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fibowiiia tood roieoua O o b r i. MS 
Dvnedln lueet beiweeb • ond 11 



ortUUc Obd otU pioporliwned liaina 
rooao. eboorfid duilaa>rvam oud «d»r 
den Tou Aica bedraxMba. oiodeeo k>’ 
Ghes ai« rtwhu lb oU tdifl.oruloie 
•ondiuon inoido oed out Na>er 
lerod be(iire LbvoU lown ond ohiuo- 
berr Seuiora u Uuio o btmat tor aau 
to tbla ebwtco dlairlri Barliuivt Uatino 
Torino, holf eoab bolonee Ul per 
■ootb WBludiod prukoipdt ond inieroal 
v»p- „ 57QQQ 

PleoM roM MR OTEPHIT 



ond abode item roM gordeno Tory 
aocludod. Tbo roaldenca u la o clou 
br itaell Loigo eoUtriod bad] la ook 
Throe oell'prapartioBbd leoeatloB 
rovraa. n«* bedruoma oad three botb> 
rooma TTte Smobioo threugboul u le 
aelerl bordoood The price doea not 
lugir. to <o»oi UM coot can nnn 
o( ibU property oi 9aU>WUU< 



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Pruo ... 

SAANICH 

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goo f«rl Street 



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VJANAtMO - T t N - ROOM BOAJUMNO- 
.•T r»>ii)ia« bouee porily rurnUbed good 
rnadlUon ideoi iwatiao. floor tttto. for 
(our ar five r«aima. Ook Bor or yleliutr. 
Phono B mi Bca UST. c^onut 



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BBOO MOTOR OOUPAHV. UMITtO 
MONaSTLY-PRlCIU CRltTIPIIS 

USCD CARS 



SEAFRONT 

A ( 0 * miiM borons ta# obove «e oiler 

oaciUui prupetty la Um eome fieoa Au 
nltio-modera aiae-rooiB teoidencn ia> 
oJudiM lute ootbodmi-foolod Uring* 
room. loQ other rocepthm looau. See 
bedroome> 4 botbroonia The grounde 
coeioiu 4 • tergg. bwuiauUi land- 
ocopod Sevorol aorludod private 
beat hoe oad obowl i ooro of mogalS- 
cool UiBlier Tbo notioe vuiM com* 
moudod by Ibe roropuen rooma eon- 

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R ut tour ubbd cab prom bmio 

Moiove ennoiiu ImII oeU o« 
aiend behind every cor oa aeil Por 
II yeore *a hove loiioood thle pours, 
ond hove yet to Snd o bolter oar 
Bur (rbm ihe atorc *llb tbe lorgeet 
eeleriion ond Ibe lovoct prioe toga, 
cvnauteat oith ouohiy recandiiioDed 
Uud Cera. 



HANDLES 4-aOOU 8 LNUALOW 
IB Ook Boy, 

Pull price 

BBBCKWOOO AVBNUB. I 
<'*•* ** '' ' roomo Booetnept. Oood tor- 
doB Moor are 

T*a Oeod Agraomepla at Solo ol 
a Oln-atiai 

R C PUUNIDOI * OO. 

134 Emberton Buildinc E 1T]1 

^ 1 I M M I CAHH DOWN BUTS UODCRK 
». g-rooai boat# Vocont bow. 

Phone t 71TI oltrr g p m (or ePiMHntmtbt 



i'vPPRRBD A VtRT OOMPORTABLB 
‘ * atutr<i b«me ooulb ot the Ave- 
nue Large fnmbinetiea livine ond 
dinine-room oilb loree fireploee. eood 
aired kiunen wUb luae Ule aink. 
plenty c( eupooarda ei.'Blaundr* rontn 
aiiachtd two MdrnooiF and gen ur 
three bedtuuova. teairnl boaemcni (ur- 
nore grounda 10 s lit with frulla end 
amau ireenhowae. 



prubd ot Pnet 



S 2500 



766 OLIVER STREET 

A BrHQAiow or nvt labgb 
R ooMR -uviiii-room m n ■ 14 n i. 

dimaa-roeai ill (t i }t (t>. litohen 
OAd too Sne bedfaema Tbta la a very 
oholce loootion bemt ctoae to Bbriol 
Bor. otbuei ond troaa- CACflA 

POriatiMi PRICR •^OUU 

041 S5000 WITH i»mwts tor 



laome ierma> 

EieloeJve Lielioc— To Be . 

Appelatmeol Only 

NUBTII 41 AURA -SlMca bungoUrar o( 
ai* rooma Livioe-rmrm. fireplace, 
dinetic two bodrooatt. three-piora 
Pembroke boUtroom. den or eatro bed- 
roum kitchen and pantry Pull baea- 
■eai ooateialne eorage fwmoco. etr 
NiM tacoitMi, clOMi to bua Ooml level 
Int ollh bolldera debrU COnflA 
tlaared o*or. Oa lorma 90UUU 

CtTV - CloM to buo line Vary ceay 
(Pur-room buocolo*. Llvidg-ruuin. Rre- 
nlace. ktuben aeporote poniry, ivo 
bedrooniA ibrao-Pieoe boibroom Puli 
boaemeni oonioinmc eoroce brand 
ne* funtoce Very good eardeiv frail 
■free etc Ad Ul ipnUoao C99Cfl 
ebndmon Coah 9C£9U 

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NAAB UORiiS B«MD 

C990n~^‘‘** ouutdg eity Uo»ta 
vCCUU orndne fina do* bunga- 
love Hub. now proporui. Pivo rooau 
ond both on atom IkxM Cnuoaolod 
itoir*or Balra bodroam apetoln. 
Pnilt trooa IM loot hr IM lott Aa- 
otbor buntoio* onuM eoaily ho buUt 
on game una Owner mutt aoU Heed 
II. IW Mtb. balance lift nontbD Poo- 
araaion in t«u weeba. *^8001 voluo to 
Oorte ■■ 



JAMESON MC/TORB tTSEO CAR VALlES 
SAVE II MONTHS DBPRBCIATtON 



POR TOUR 00MPAR150N 

IStT DODt>E OB LUXE POUR- I \ 
DOOR TRUNK SEDAN . 

1»M OODOR OR LUXE POUlU Q|1 AT^ 
DOOR THUNK SEDAN 

IBM CHEVROLET MASTER DE LUXE 
TRUNK 8 KOAH-ln Im- 
moculou ohope 

l»4b DODOE 01 LORE SPBCIAI. POUR- 
DOOR TRUNK BEDAN • OlvMl*; 
Lnodod with ef'e*‘ori*a vl— 



iUb C HEt-KOLET BEDAN - li. (iral 
(leu 4 ‘Mft"; 

COOdlllOB . <*—»'■' 



\l ’ANTED MX ROOM MODERN 
*' bungaino and wiU por aider- 
enia la coab. 



71 WANTED TO BUT— HOUSES 



Om Mock Doaa Ibe beooh. near goir 
ImEt ond iroaapariotUKi Bubeionuol 
(•oallr bouao Ree^tiod boil ond Uv> 
log-roam, library wita open Sir wall- 
propariionod dtnuvr-roon ond ueuol 
oMiroa an main (loor. Pour large bod- 
rooau And a loop mg puroh oMotAtre 
Mouae etonda in well-kept aordgo. IW- 
fool frontoao on baulevArdod itreot 
Evorrib.og ta oaooUoat CTCAA 

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1114 PTUDEBAKKII SMALL a AI 
DAN 4’M*; 

Very aood V— 1*1 

WM BBbEX SEl>AN-tn vcr> eood 
condition. hral-rleMi ft] I* 

iraniponaliPB (or only ^1 1*^ 



UTEHS ANXIOUS PUR SMALL HOMES 
Lut route with Prank W Teylor. O llftf 



AUTO CAMf AND.STOM 

Comprifiag eii eoblne Store with aire 
livtod-rowa. gae pomp, etc Quiie a 
■ ue UvuM U baUw made and 11 ertU 
etoad iBvwatiaoiwn Por ruiier m- 

2 J..U- JgQQ- 



DAVIS * KNOTT 



H ave uoo, and tat month, por i 

rooma '] brdroama). OMrly new boma. 
Clove Ownera Have cood aicady pooition 
B<u SI77 Cnltint*! 



IKrKATORn — tldtCL'IATORS 
tfdafbdb-PrtM roducod ftMO (or 
9 I OUU ouMk ooab mW Ownor 
UoBaftrred Roat OIPLEX Sieves 
rouma Two aulleo Bla luoau and 
both (iva romma ood bath Prlvot* 
oeporota aoironeoa Qoud aoUd oen- 
atriKtioti Well planned Oould bo 
■ode tor (our rulteo Clooe Wolkiag 
dmome to aork ond aboppmg Poo- 
itively 00 lemo Mual nave coah 



ILL CXCHANOE nitET-Cl ASB ROOM- 
tne bo«ae (or o coffee ahnp buatHeaa. 
•Ill aoU Boa 1I7S Cowntal. 



WUe dIUDBBAKKR CHAMPION ss 
DAN AlLh new ear ^(>(1*^ 
auoron'ee. redsired tu 



11*ANTH> MODERN HOWIE. 
• y die ruome with tom ur 
within twa milea of city conire 
Oolunlet 



ISM DODOE OB LUXE TWO-DOOR sr 
DAN -An Ideal (omily cor 0(;*'.ft 
Beonomy pluo 

Mil KVPMOBILE COACH - Recondi^oned 
ond truly o Ano 



Houses FOB 8 AU 



MAYFAIR HEIGHTS 

Some very dellgbifui view lota (HO foe 
aole We eon orronea Rnonting tha 
buUdlBo a( o bouaa to Uila vary doiight- 

ful eitbdivtaloo Pleoeo eat fed Mr Rail 



HIGH QUAURA 

Aaoogat iho ooka Skianam vtewe to 
iho Btroiu- An alnoat mw iia-toMi 
buneolnw special oecutruetion ooE 
Ooora tbroughbut Siotra M uuRBiabad 
oittc wItB apace (or two lorev rooma 
HUb booomnu vlth ear age Wi..-afct 
eordert !■« taioo CC 7 E!A 

A roAl borgoln ol . 90 I OU 



JAMESON MOTORS UMITSD 
7V> Erpuebiao Street 



44’AI*TEO TO BUV POR CASH AVI- 
’ * r<-tim tnodern bucviolbw in lequimou 
Municipality State prKr Boa ftlM. Col- 
imief 

\\^NTKD>4 OR ft-ROOM~MOODU« 
** cetiwA cMm t« car or bve line: 
tl.ftW to ll.loe caah. Boi 114ft. Colonut 



OORDON HEAD SMALL PARM-TWO 
ACKBS UNDEH CULTIVATION 
rtOUR-ROOM BUNOALOW. UVINO- 
I room, two bfdrooffit and kliebcn 
thrao -pieca bathroom opon Brrpioco. loreo 
born (nr 11 ceoe, rhiaken huuM. eotoee 
•moll dairy buildtca Yoarly taaiu 111 
Eubt (ruit treoa. Bua aervice. lmmt>liote 

.. . S:i70(> 

'Term* ll.ObO Co»i- Balance In Arronaei 
’ OPT CEDAR HDX ROAD 
TWO ORAMY U>TE MAKE YOUR 
OPPER 

H O DALBT * CO LTD 
ai4 Viv» street Oppoeite Spenrer a 



VERY SPECIAL 



im PORD COUPE - 
Ver> emari 

lir? NASH DE LUXE SEDAN 
Emell modal . 
lilt WILLYS DB LUXE 
... .SEDAN- A beeuir 
lit? Hf'DHON TBRRAPlJtNB 
AEOAN 

lew rKEVROLET COACH 
Real eood 

MASTERII MOTOR CO 

aoe Totee 



ftSgg PACKARD SEVEN PASAENOER EE 

DAK -fMa-«hr«l enuiPRiriit 
and Iruna rock 



d CAA — Buneolew. Sve rowna. 
9 I OUU both Nice urwo lot. 
Auii ttnu Uood loroUbft. Poat 
'ronapniiotirw Oond mof Nice op- 
pporonce Maadrmoa tboutd moko 0 
(e* hundred dr'llore onickiv wiihout 
much erpetiee Boat trrmc ronaldered 
Located incida I '•-mile cirole 



Pembertoi&SoE, Ltd 



Atso A PEW LOW-PRICED APBCTAljB 
LETT AES THIS SCl.BTTION 
EARLY AN THEY DON T 
iJkNT LONO 



M PBUPEBTl FOB SALE 



RROPERTY OWNERS 

We Will opprociote Borticulori ol any 
proporir y«o wiah to eelL oDd wiU bo 
pleoaed to Inepeci aome oed elvo roo 
a voluotiM. We hove gold g ervot 
bumbtr n( porcela UleIr ond bavo caab 
purehaoere wolllag lor 0 eorietv af 
propwlleo. 



LTD 

Phone P itti 



r eiVCR ROAD 4ft ACREH LIGHT SOIL. 

^ BtMily eecond-orbwib Ar Overlook- 
me tbo river Cbormini roetdeDbe eoti- 
rwmg nt amr im mi euM-eierd ttvfnr- 
Draplere lere* kii<-rief 
u.fR burTt-ic franjri*. Esmnrr Eftrr.m Y 
bedrouena ond room tor 3 more in o:ti; 

1 P.CGC botbKrOm. boeemeni and drum tur^ 
noee A aien with ever-r«antn< vtreonr 
lli-c'-ir turn ood «»wn water oy»i'Ti C 'y 
water available. Price. 



MST PAtOE POUR- 

DOOR SEDAN 

IkU DE BDTO TWO-DOOR 



S 2250 



QCROO.N HEAD 



Modem teaturet 



bedcouma 

CMirrote boaanieiii A<morr Linen 
. ii.ita laundry tuba Three-piaoa bath. 
Nice appearance Oood eonditioD Beat 
pan ot PoirfleUt. Conalder ITM oath 
uomeni. 



r^tVf ROOM BUNOALOW AND BIX 
I orrt* oanue bortt. heo huuae and 
fruit ahoM Pruit iree< etc Ln« latev 
Reoaoc'Obie prtco Pr.r (urlbor poniruiart. 
apply to 

EMPIRE REALTY CO 
lOM Brood Siieet Phone B ?t4! 



Ibid ACNTiN • iir wn 

senAN 

tinj^BH^BMALL r- 

BtTRTON A WTtJJAMB WOTORA LTD 
tool Bionvbord Street Pb'uie Eltll 



722 RUSSELL ST 
(Victoria Wost) 



DOLES, HOWELL I 
00., LTD. 



ROOMING HOUSE 

rxoSB IN— la Rooma. 11 routes, pro- 
ducing IIM mbatbly. Toite. tuol. water, 
light, phone. Unto. Ilranee rail Iftll 
left year The bmiae la In yrod enijli- 
IIM and to Ibe boat root- CCnAH 

Ine dittriri Prirr 99UUU 

Terma Arroneen 



IMft OOOOB TOURINO 
CAR 



OWNVt TKANSrERRai RATT ACUET 
SELL Pour-rewm rotuac new lighi Ar 
rioera. froahlr doeoraiod. new ronf. 
large glaaaad-iB bark porch IMME- 
DIATE POSBEEBION Clam to rot Kno 
Lew toaoo 

ANT NEAAONABLE OPPRR-CAEM OH 
TERMR-WIU. RE ODNSIDRIIED 

Somebody Goto 0 Oood Buy Hero 



ftpoa BUICK FDl'R-DOOR 

SEDAN 



BOOKE VIUJtOB 

<4 OOP RRAIDENCB AND PARM OP 0 
' I ocrea. all anud land ond oil lanced 
Tbe hnuie riNttaina fomented boarment 
with (intaned btdronm. dairy (run and 
teuelabia ro<>m laundry tuba ond (urnore 
PtrM llnor Livint-rooen with Areploce. din 
ing-iuom- kiicbon den. 1 bedroomt. 1 - 
Birre eathronm Serond flrmr 1 bedroomt 
Thia hruie i> In pertevt cnodiiien oa U 
• '■e wh'.ie Oti'aide imiidinta 

Ilf aatoev bam to hold g iu-.> o( 
;.j\ i h.rker houio lor IM bird- Pumil» 
ivrehard U'r'.e* later atpara-"' Ked 
Clooe to rhurrh. end M N k 

ttnrea Prire tm lertn* •. -nlWW 

<10 Per Cent Oiacoum lor Oiahr 



We Abobm Cor I’uresi 



1,'OR SALE SP LEN DID SEVEN - HOOM 
I (amilv home < loae us. Oak Bor. rjeor 
or line Taae. 14ft. Prhe tj.iw. tamiv 
tnt ftlll. Colanlar 



MM PORD SPORT 
ROADimcR 



620 VIEW ST. G 5633 

Llat Tagr R«Miae Wllb Lrle Broo. and 

pTvpor* la Mar*— O tdSE 

CASH BUYERS WAITING 



FAIRFIELD 

On Camaew Btreet. a aoundly ran- 
Uructod Mvan-room botiM with t<iod 
baMment ond (umaco Soma intartor 
devAraiKm it needed, ^ut ih* eetenor 
la In arvtd rondltloo and there ■■ • 
new real plooiont loL C 9 AOn 

itroae Price .. 9£UUU 

Terwu eon ba orrongod 



BUPSRIOR ROME 

IN A ONITRICT OP BEAUTIPUL HOMES 
I thia tturco bunaalow ha- mure to ■•(- 
ler than ib« juat average noroe Ita ggi 
lurnoce with auiamttie ennirol and up- 
to-dati- aii-riindilioniiig piani ovAure not 
onlT ■fliiiem heaiina but healthful living 
C'jadiuoru aa wvU There ore flva litvrly 
rooma with hardwood DoorA opeo Are- 
Placa, tiled aiiik and all mvrdrra piunib- 
itio On 0 Im 140 ( eg aiudded with <vok 
irevn making aliggeiber 0 very dooiraole 
home ond well worth tha 5 ^}-”> 0'0 

PLBMINO QARDNEK * OO 
111 Srrtllord Oldr Ptxvne nnti 



URERAt. TERME AND TRADI 
BFOOB At.WAVH Ot'trrE 
TOU A LOWER PRim 
II DIPPERENC B It 



^1 v>- CASH AND TAKINti OVER IX- 
iitine -unlrort «ul bur JM 1 
WilD* aodan aao* covrra.bnd conil tirrt 
Muat br told ot «veo. Pbone O llld 



AUrocUve otuoco bungalow nvoitot 
oomplotioo. five good rooma. iplanSld 
hardwood Itoora ulod oina Sropiogo. 
fumoca and caraga A comgiru booM 
M avary rogpooi. Huo print mar be 

S;:." S 3800 



TODAY^S 



Three Uweixvna fo Se<-e Voa 
TATES and QUADRA Phona O H44 



1(t«>n->4 V.g OOUPB^NBW TIRE8. 
I•r•>v» point nop motor inttoiin Sell 
pr trod* BB aedait "The Shitliao. Cod- 
boro Roy Buo tial. Oo»oniai 



AI.TRED CARMICHAEL R OO. LTD 
illg Brood Bireet 0 71 



Ywa tfeed Cet tni« 

ggf YATES ST. iOPpMiie Alloa Theatroi 



1(k<)t AUBURN CABRIOLET BEDAN 
Ivrvrl thorouaiily roeundUlODOO new 
battory. beol-vr Private nimor Highoai 
Oder tokee Coh bt aeen at ill Pandotw 



rpwii ACHES. WATEIlPRONT. WITH 1 
1 •ottoae.. II ow> pullord. Bolt Bnring 
lalond Pbone O tei4 



$3750 

bivMtiMnt Property 



And Our MAMMOTH 
VIEW ST BAROAIN LOT. Near Quedro 



■ AMU BAY>NEAR NEW (UiiPBUlLD- 
*^>'.c yard* Eleven tuexn* vnod wild 
home Partly conwrted. wiU make five or 
t:’ Mlile-. ll.gM 

OARl.ANl)P DINTRICT - Pnur.rimm bun- 
allow batamem (urnar* toraat Cleai 
aa a pin Hum (nr that on* II TftO 

DARDEN cmr REALTY 
17 Anode Bldg. 411 View •( I ggl3 



BtOO MOTOR OnMPANY LIMCTEn 
P. 'mouth • Chrvtier • Oodao - DeSoto 



»7 PrtRIJ COACH norw CONDI- 
i>"n Whai (-Ileri’ Sunday 



OAK BAT LOTS 



Bllooiod Ook Boy. two taif.cooia nod 
•ultoa. private botba alee aamar a 
auila. thrao rooma oad ooin Wa 
rented l«roa lot. >ran troaa aaroaa 

Price Uirludaa ooma furniiuri Clooe ear 



PLORENCE irrRKrr. vos no ms cash 
KAM lYmmC ROAD. Mf 13.1 ...1433 CASH 

ar PATRICK BT ma tea .. lou cash 



OPEN TILL g PM 



i- v'HEVROurr POACH. nooD 
i;.erher.;ral cnniHsinn two new 

Phona O 34JI oftar 4 p m 



-Paoini Baocoo HiU Pad and lual 
«Hi* binca Irapv the aea Wau-bullft 
aiueM howva of Ava reeott dowa- 
e'airo and ana upaiont room Hot 
• o'er heat and nardonod (looro. 
Ek'rt lartr livina 



eoNVERS WnDRRS OO. 

ggi Rrtmtiiton 8 ’reat 



AUTO SALEB HNANCED 
Ot 0 looa obloinrd oo lour cor a 
rote nil BROAD 



IBT YOUR HOUSE WITH LYLE BROB 
^ and ptapore to move o ordan t4l3 



G ARDEN 8109 



111* Bi.lCR DE LUXE COUPE 



ri’HIA PAR EOU 1 PPEO WITH BIX 
I trunk eaek rumhia *aa' and 

•nar > efiiek hav been n-'vetaiy owned 
i'l-t earefutl, dru-i.* li"e».nf •nd rtorinr 
fli . N . M" 11*11.(0117 in hi'e (•!' 



DODOE 8BI3AN SMALL Ull.e- 
oae uk* naw. hooter Evyii. 



SAANICH 

CAR OOHdE ROAD PU E-RtX'M RUN 
aeie* haveinen' aaraar larae eerclen 

N " a nr a iin.ua uui very good voiua. 
• a--- I..r 



WAtERPRONT PROHEHTISB 
NORTH 8AANI0H AHSA 



Atirociive oie-roamed buoaalivw Onod 
Uvtnc-room. aoporetg dming room 
thro* bed rooma Ooa Iloora. modern 
kitchen one block from aeo. aeiriinetie 
oil heaiiiie rutnpue rttam m boaeanafi' 
attroeuve gordeo told out hv 'awnt 

$5260 



mCHMOND ROAD 



$4850 



IB R 4NTFO 

1A0H POR rOUK CAR POR RNECKINQ 

- C omeroo Brcia. U4» Cro tgQowe t casei 

7A8R POR 'your oar. HASrxrR B 

- Motor Co. Ltd 



goovt OliniM PorteiP— Email or Lorta 
Imptovto and Uoimprovod 
Inlocmaiioo to 
B ROBERTS- SIDNEY 



S* on -room houea, ‘ buut uk* o 
MiitNahip ' Naer aea and Beeioo 
Hill Perk Handy t* Iratiaporlo- 
ti'iii Haidwnod lirairt C99AA 
Oood bavrmrni 99wUw 



FLORENCE LAKE 

Coor liltl* home of tnrae rooma. laret 
wreehed-ln vgrondaa bno' and lend- 
ing go wnn pmtieriv. Aimogt ■ (tft 
01 prte* now gnoied Pullr COCA 
rurntahad. (or only 900U 



Also 



Ra. :-.*ri» Bf 
JOHN (HiEENWOOn 
lltl Brood Bi'rei 



po» coth Oeeli E»a Mniora I4d 



Mtitttrman, Fermai 
& Co. 

ggg VIEW EYRABT 



I aEBIDBNTlAL AND PARM PROPERTIES. 
IV M.|) Bay end vioniiy O Proyna. 
M.Uatraam g-.nrr. Mill Bor. 



17 BOATS AND LAUNCHKS 



IKXIII HEVENI'E PROni.CEEIB 
i |AK BAY WAV SKIHT NICE HOOMN 
* " »ri. Du'i* o/<-uid ranvori irio i *o 
vui'ea pr Bate nirr fomilr 
home Aa |g . ^..•MfU 

lAMEB RAT NICE PrVE - ROOM BL’.N- 

neor 

^TUOCO DUFt.rX TWO RATMHfJOMA 
^ oroT Ptrliamrtii *iC*>(**l(ft 

BuiM tiav •T-.n-in 

JOHN ORkENWOOD 1141 RHOAD BT 



Woltilrnni aeiwn • roam, aiunu 
home eo Doilo* R»od Qlortnua aea 
▼>e* H'.t woier beat Et'ra room 
and toiipt tn CJ9CA 



THOS PUMLXY. LPO 
T( Tnu 4r< la a> Plimf*> « M i All Right 
ftSlb Ta<ee Bireet Phuoa Q 7MI 



$1250 

TOLMIE AND MAPLE STREET 

A real borgoln is t au-roomrd boueg 
in prrfrri cendllloo Boaemeni f-jr 
aoroge ... j^gQQ 

ROOMING HOUSE 

Cb.ae to citr rentre Preeeni etveniaa 
ggft per mentb. o<ea your nwn living 
agare n( three rooma Pfiee of 
inrludea fumil'ire. butidmg. all ewuip- 
mrnt nmt.aory You can move m lot- 
mediately and have • pleoamg mrnme 
Terma to right oo-*e 



a ECKOaS ORAINS S8ACICLER. MOOR- 
log buayt and Manila eop. Bntg 
Ohondlera <ftfrOuBdaa> Lid 

OAT BUILDOtO ANO~r'bVa I RS 
Atrata (ot Eermath ond Vinos omibm 
A rmatrong Broo tl« Elngrtoo Bt O Iftll 

1 ,^VTNRUDe'and ELTO BAlxs'-nnAR* 
J onleed rapait. ond aervirr ' >r all 
owtboarde iM Yotao Street pg.7i 

] ,AULLT CONVERTED BTAimAHD 4' 
Butrt with prupttler. oti roelar. ('etb 
water svalam. brand new. ll.'.O Cameron 
Broa , hehdduarierv (nr marine r< n>rr- 
atona 1144 Croiellowrr E4MM 



WE WANT LISTINGS 

Aa Wa Harr Manv tnoulriao (or Roman 

004 Proportire 



II PBOPERTY WANTED 



1 S TOUR HOUSS IN SAANICMt IP TT 
* ta ond 1( yow reollv wont to aeU It 
r'.r'ua Soonicb Rooliy Company at EdBOt 
Sruing hn-aaea and loia in Baanich ta our 



DUPLEX 



tl’ERE PROUD TO PHtRC7«T ONE OP 
*» tha (inaal itorkt ul Hrrurimiuord 
lived Cora tn th:a rttv Too oualily (Ina 
oi'peeraner - euoronieed m>fformanc* - 
makea vorh an airepiinnallv gniKl buy 
LOW PREERNT-OAT PRICBB ond coo- 
venMnl tai* larma 



buMtitw ond rieht no* buajnaag la giM* 
RBkn.rh Raattr Cumpaiiy 



KER and 
STEPHENSON 



,AK BAT ~4-ROOM BUNOALOW. CE- 
lurni (oubdaUno. twr bodrrvnana and 
rile cmen (ifarla'-e Modem City 
ikeroar 1011 Blanaharo Strert 



Roar 0 * 0 . oar tioo and siig. Own* 
boa boon bring to one (loi and romiM 
the pthtr (nr tsg prr month Pnrniob- 
loge IneloStd eieept poraomoi ei.ilf 
Ltmm gwanert for aintlo man tn bnao- 
meni Roi woisr beotine N>ra m- 

r.r. $6600 



NORTH QUADRA 
SPECIAL 



BETTER BY PAH 

A RATIONAL MnroR USED CAR 

lEtl DE BfTTO SEDAN i molar ovrt- 

houled' I 

iin rHpvRoijrr imrictal keoan. 

lew PORD DE I.UEE COUPE 

ftgia BTUDEBAKER SEDAN 

ft#M PORD PORDOR 

leie poan nt luxe poroor 

1414 PITMOin-K COL-PE •Rumbla 
•r.i • ... 

tftit CHPVROtJrr MASTER DB 
LUEE COUPE 

Mlg PDRD OB U’XB PTRDOR .... 
1047 DODOE OB LUXE COUPE .... 

1414 PORD COUPE 

*444 POND OR LUXE P0RD041 .... 1 
1444 noPOB BEDAN 

Mil PORD BPECIAL TUDOR <1 404 
mtiaai I 

}»MMtROURT TOWN BSDAR 

■ rodiei 1 

|g»4 MBRCliRT SEDAN COCPB .... I 
MW MEROTRT TOWN BEDAN .... I 



I ^AOR SALE OR TmAnS—IT-rT CABIN 
cruiart. bread arw 4ia Part St'aat 
p»>*iv* r» 4i»7 



A very tnr l« and amoll 
' are that needa lopaii* 
I" moae it iivobt* Tn* 
rtghi party <o<iW Qk H>ia 
up and aove paying rent 



e i YPBV rRUIBtn ALPPm TWO. MA. 
' * nno engine, tmiai. |4!>4 <aah. Snap 

Eb4n 



A '* ■ eoiaj IBII...] reaidr;'!* <<( p.eaa 
ina epMararir* Obd luof 'nr crmairue- 
'< 'I tbrtiuenou' Itownaiaira oir en- 
t'onre I, all a.'.i. ama.l i:.rak rM>m. 
.itine-tm fn. nran flrenlar* dining- 
ronm opetr ArrpMe* paoa nontry to 
k irr.eo r nveg-t.i pack porch Up- 
«'eira 'h'ra iH-dr.-mt.i and a.eeping 
porrh three piera hati.rooai Hot otter 
heeiine 01 aau luic h'jrner Separate 
lB<a(* A invaly larden anendine 
wri' bacic behind the rvtinema Thio 
it 0 very anod prot'fi'y end on oul- 
itondine hareoir or tn* pnee ouotad 
whirh la loo* tbon hoK the met of the 

$3900 



GEORGE RANDALL 



IfRlV mONTlNO ON OOrftD 
'r»e< and tr verr toi' rendiiirNi 
urihrr ^irtirulBf* anc'v ot bff're 



$2250 



^AVE OAHOLIKE WITH THB PROPPR 
pmpaller Made ond *a«i tr vnr-a 
No g'letioork CoinrrMt. poi'ern maker. 
1144 t'Tai*ll<-oer E ffttk 



An -on* wontine * amaii three lomp 
ituorn hnme wUI m pleated with thir 
now haiini Seouuiul unoboirurUd 
• leoe o( the tea o.id mnuntoina Oor- 
den frtill treat etroae err Tmji* * 
reel buy with immodiota C17AA 

peootooKm at 9 I I UU 



NBWBTKAD RCAI-TY 



■ANTED ROUND • BOTTOM IT O W- 
bpoC Id lb II (*•■ Coah B t 4331. 



$1976 



<Wi«npr«ttng brine • room 
< 4 oa floor ond opeo Ere- 
pioewt bodrnom kiiahan 
Wllb bwiinn (ooiurgo. 
Ihree-pier* bathroom A 
raolly (Ina mile homa 
uat aowly tntahoS. 



^EAfnaNT BRAND-NEW BIX - ROOM 
bvincalio U'lrr Myim 'Igg 
lg< <iper. Sreplata dir>' 4 g-">-.m. -pacleut 
enirar-ra hot' nak (lonra evn he-jrr.n'ov 
(nur-ptar* uiira-mndetB bathroom >poo*a- 
tal watlitlanil' h'trhen iil* aink break- 
foil room wothroorn ond vnahiubi ea- 
rner.' botemenc fumoe*. eoraae. All 
eripner piv* plumbtra I-ot ynn i to t«(ir 
tree* on h'-rih I'd* A tuulhorn otper- of 
■'• and mnun'amt A heajir >iH>i Mu' 
viriuaMi mrHinpuiiyei alt (he wild rutted 
rpt'ii, lli.( I XI. il I, a- 111 i.Mat l•nn ,1 -sfa 
tr,-l|..f>e» fr.t an. \up fc-at Tf it": ;’r- 
r 1 r..« (rrirp CtMra «I (>>*n ftwr-fr <;.|ia' 
iff,.. paaulilui h'Rr.* at -he nd ' . 

^ . sur»oo 

r vAK BAY INVESTMENT TRIPLEX 

' ' Oie »ogi fiiti ',1 tulle -nr »aTei..rru.,p 

• ••'• 'a atri'- ’•.■f’ , A" 

a'( rut.'amaii Ti-rrr niara oa< rii . r>mt . r '■ 
T»r« (u'l f-'ranl ba-aiaao't furre'r- 

•epora’r an'ianr** d'-ukla g-raaa leva 

• M N I • i rticon '-j.' el( ttr ' » W» . 

-area (er .aam ohd **'d»h O 

P. If 4 i| iv« Atrxtir ■ ^ I ( , lU 



SAANICH 



$3150 

Van 6 tr VlMt* Cabnidn i 
May, Ltde 



A WONOeMIl at T sit-ii- .m el»ceo 
bunealfro new ronditiop Lorta „«i: a 
roiwn. Prvneh doon (■ dtnine-rpmo oak 
flnora khrww nioe bidrooeie. apociona 
r uoeit kiiehen. Ulod Mbk and mtor 
b«iu-iB (eaiirrao. Pul) remeni bote 
menI Lovely londacanod garden, 
laon*. rockariri nrnameolol and Iruit 
■rn Omen’ ualk*. doubb earage 
Tbi* «e ooovider an* of Ibe beat Hil- 
lo|* we 
eialuatvo 

PT'eo 



OANOB eOVB BHIPYARUa L7T> 
Bidnoy Phone » R 

N-PT ('RUIBINO ROUhB«OAT-At-v -.t,| 
*rr«mm«d*li"o far 4 gft-h p d^JU| 
Boilrokyn* oneiM 

ONE NEW '4 fT DINOHV 4 f e Ip 
beam. 4 1 WiKoniin euia* ^’>*'.11 

end (watt# "“a ». M I 

ONl NEW ig-fT D(NOHT-l-hl> 

S’aaiifvn A t 

4nei4* C 1 < • I 



At toot' Wo ha>* l«wnd that muth 
aoueht-aftar 0 v*-n>om atuceo buneo- 
low in the bait pan ot Poirflold Only 
hell 0 blnek Iioni me batch Large 
lleine-morr with brick nrapiece <mk 
(looiv, b«iiit-iB bobkeoaet e.r Nice 
dtnine-room loo larye ped'aom* 
full-i’r* clooeia Ihrae-pipr* bathrMm,. 
ert:> ietd-ont bitoben wnh eta eiove 
tn<l eorlitar berner ine!ud*d ^>" 
eemen’. botamont with C99ICO 
eerae* ond furnora 99CDU 

■ Or heor «f(*r- 



A eood .01 and e-vod 

■ rmeni (onndoiiM to lot 
0 me* home 7Yi<» it o 
•ton foe oomatvfio 



Irthur E. Hayntt, Ltd 



$3800 
REAL VALUES 



MANY OTHERS TO CHOOM PROM 

Om t (oceet nur Uwd cor Boieoin 
Lot or the Raor o( Oorito 

NATIONAL MOTOR CO. LTD 
Bie Ykia* BiraM Phone 0 1177 

"Whtra Outiomert Sand Tneir Pnti'di 



Seclusion 

lUUTIFUL COUNTKY 
ESTATE 



CITV HinR UlCATION Bit room 
• I'l'-'.i- buneamt nog (lonrt ihrougn- 
rut Livmg-imvm with ftrei'loce Dln- 
in*-ream oith ten oorrh Modem •>< 
rhrp. Loveir (nmt oardan -n lowng 
and Cyaer- flirate r, f.. -amant 
riattment 4 very attroeiiv* C 9 CAA 



Ol AIIE4 niarntiT tw« «i<.rr 
>(■ a iar«a and i«au|ilui garden. 

• a. ;on ?»*< n.ih ogpir prar 
grip Cherry 'rent ra.vety laor- 
l; a r'/l. n> r>..«ar» l.r ,.,i,g 

i.< .t’.r.urr 1 a. .iiga tmrig 
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THE daily COLONIST. VICTORIA, B.C., WKD.NESDAY. AL'GUST 1.1. KMl 







New York Giants 
Defeat Brooklyn 
In Double-Header 

Chalk I p and 2*0 Virlorit^ and lhidg«*i> Slip, 

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Cuh*^, H-7 — Clr\t*luiid Mi\id<*H Pair — !N i'h 
Y ork Yaiike**^ Turn Back Bo-Ion, 1-tl 



NATIONAL LTAGI'K 
nrst Gftxne— R H B 

New York 401 300 000—4 10 0 

Brooklyn . .. 001 030 100—4 11 3 

Battcrle*— Hubbell tnd Danninit I 
W)Ati. Z>TAke 111. AUeo M | 
Brown >T). H*m)m <8>. nnd Owen,' 
Frnnkj «4t. I 

Second Gftme— R H E 

New York 030 000 000-3 7 5 

Brooklyn ooo 000 000-^ 3 1 

Batiertm — Mellon and Hartneit.. 
CaAey. Drake '9>. and Owen ' 

n H r > 

rhiladelphie . DM IM MO MA I 9 IS I 

PCMtnn . 040 Mt AO* 400 » t ■ I 



LAWN BOWLERS 
TO m PLAY 

Cross Victory Cup Mixed 
Doubles Will Get Under 
Way at Burnside _ _ 



Chemainus^ Bellingham 
Ball Nines to Play Here 

l'p-l-landci> ill OppoM* Fugle-, Friday, in Fir-I 
(panic of Mayor Mr(iavin (’up Play-Off- — | 
(lordon rerkerw to MccI Vicloria All-Stars 

TT^ree Inler-cUy baseball famea playing manager ol Uic viMUsra, haa 
will be presented Friday and Salur- to aay about hu club; "We are 
da\ at l<M^aJ Athletic Park, arcor.l- bringing our full team and planning 



Br Th* canAdian CreM ^blw -hli eleventh homer— In Oeonr 

Tlie unauApectlng Brooklyn Dodfi' third, which accounted for three Crouch 

era were knocked reeling out of the runa White and l 

NaUonal league lead Tueaday Their Tommy Uvmgaion* thirteenth In- ,g, 
croM-town rlvaU, New Yoek Olanu. with Neriill May on i A.MI'KIC 

awept a thrUUng double-header, «;-5 Philadelphia PhUlle* a 1 

and 3*0. before 39.146 faha at g.j tfjuniph over Bouton Bravea 1 pj^yei^^d 
Brooklyn. ( ^ ^ix.game loaing streak of the'Q,»,j.nH , 

A couple of old codgen named Mel Cleveland Indiana came lo an end I Batierlea — ^ 



Pearaon .111. and Warren. Uving- 1 among the members of the lawn A«or. ^inn. with the aim of pitting the 

^ fill: Town ^Berr^ H E ^ fraternity in the Victoria at the Caledonia miners and .-ihowlng you how a team 

' am 000 I2x-a 15 antlclpa- Avenue ball lot, ihe Eaglet and ot young feUowa can play ball. The 

luiferiM^-oiaen Pretnell n> Lee ‘“'n th' batilevi In the competition Chemalnua will open their long- 1 ^rdon Wreckera Club can put on a 
Batterie*--oiaen. rretneii .<•, L.ee lUtu Mrmsr hhh ^urincr tii# eame 






This Morning’s 

SPECIALS 



Wednesday Store Hours: 9 A M to 1 P.M. 



.0., and Oeorge. McCullough iS.; for the Wilter Cross Victory Cup <l^l*Ved play-off. for th^ayw An- 1^'Ue pe^ 

i.«nt..r r^ouch <0. fihoun .8- conieai U for teams of mUed drew McOavln Cup. Second and j In d»e infield rouune ana it periu 

White '9' and Mancuso w Cooper doubles, the Arsl of which will be third fixtures are scheduled Dp- up the game All of the boys ha , 
White -9> and Mancuso. w Cooper ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ strong throwi^ a^ and can run, 

A.MERICA.N LCAGI E Burrwlde L«wn Bowling Club, and | Saturday's diamond exhlbiumu , ll 



strong throwuig arms and can run 
thoae baaea when they get on. W'e 



A.M».Klt A.- a _.w B8i.urum> * uikiuimiu , --trf. An-n thl* vear *• 

n^tOiLm.- R H E U..^.«tMU^ronUnu«l«..ch ,ui th. CWrdon .UrJT^irl.h th. Gordon 

Clo*.l«.d . .. . ooonooooo-d 4 0 Bomnjhw. .nd 'J' U Jim Olldny. their third 



2 g j ! during the remainder of the leaaon. victoria All-flur« 



A couple of old codgers named Mei Cleveland Indians came to an end I Batteries — Peiler and Dehautels.l In presenting the trophy. Mr play two fixtures, the first at 2 30 
Oit and Carl Hubbel! combined to American League, but It Hemsley '6>; Benton and Sullivan I Cross had In view the encourage- o'clock and the second at 8 15 

win the first game and Cliff Mel- Mllnar. not rapid Robert Feller, j s««-ond Oame— R H E ment of mixed doubles play, so as o'clock. 

ton. another Giant veteran, pitched ^ turned the tnck Cleveland .... dOO 004 000—4 6 1 » have the game less exclusive, so Bigiea and ChamaUius finished all 

three-hit ball for the second-game ,m>b> ma iwwi aia i s 4 * fsr as the .sexes are concerned The Mnar* in utoip Me- 



R H E I ment of mixed doubles play, so as o'clock. 



. •«%* Mrill - 

the first at 2 30 *“*‘'*‘’ ^ hitting the ball at! 

' second at 8 15 ' 

• with the BelU. Bellingham aemi-pro , 

entry In the Northwest Baseball i 



on hit his twentieth and' 



BEAT THE TIGERS 
Milnar turned back the Detroit 



iweniy.flrst home runa of the sea- M>u.ar lumen oats «ie — 

son. each with two mates aboard. In Tigers, 4-1. in lha nightcap ol a Corsica. Trout .8. and Teb^iU 

X^Te»rstu“^ - ^»«»0.1-?17 

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Cleveland dOO 004 000—4 8 1 1 » have the game less exclusive, so Bigies and ChamaUius finished all i^^gue as well as the Gordon 

Detroit 000 000 010— 1 8 3 j far as the .sexes are concerned The square in Uieir twelve-game Me- vvreckera 

Batteries — Milnar and Hemaley; 1 opening games will be played this Oavln Cup schedule, winning eight Another player well known to 
Oorslca. Trout lO*. and Tebbeiis. \ afternoon and It is expected tliat Mr and loemg foiu* In their own pn- victoria ball plavers at least U 3am- 

R H E , Cross, the donor of the trophy, will vate feuds, blrdmen and the Up - 1 Baker, former University of 

Washington .. 250 000 011—9 17 0|thro* the first ''Jack" and declare Wander* broke exactly even, split- Washington hurler. who was given a 

Philadelplila .200 001 000—3 8 0 , the competition officially opened ting double-headers at Royal Ath- tn-out with the a»AMi> Ramiem. 

Batierlea — Leonard and Early: Following Is the schedule of games letlc Park and at Chemalnua. Baker appeared liere once before and 



In the National League from Brook- 
lyn. which lost two to tha Giants 
The winning runs came In the 



washed by big Al Benton, just up Batierlea - l^onard and Early: Following la the schedule o 

fnan the relief ranks. In the opener McCrabb Beckman «2> and Have* 'u> be pUyed thla afternoon 



Benton yielded four hits and on . 



eighth Frank Creaplt a fourth hit «=ver*l occasions was »^^ie but , Pj-t. I Mr Mr 

of the game, which tent Martin each time bore down Feller whlff*^ lak, Chandler and Dickey R H E Keating 



R H E 

Boston 000 OOO 000—0 8 1 

New York . . 000 OOO 041—4 7 0 

Batteries— H Newsome and P)'t- ' 



Mr and Mr*. Peden rs. Mrs 
Davidson and H Hirimea. 

Mr and Mrs Ea.stham vs Mr and 



Marion and Walker Cooper home i 
Chicago outhit the Cards. 10-15 | 
but Johnny Mlae got in the longest ^ 

OAK BAY I' 

IMMEDIATE POSSESSION 

On ter«M OMa t« eaefa 
WVwUU effrr Bturce sunialoa 



seven to run his strikeouts for the 
season to 303. 

The New York Yankees set off a 



81 i.oui» MS o>s OM ooA M-s s s] Mr* lerr)’ ano i 

T,^ J "'<1 Mrs A Playfair 

'Called darknrM end fourteenth!. 

Battenes — Hsrrls, Kramer <«', Mrs Stewart and 



Mrs Terr)’ and T Smellie vs Mr. race 



Friday’s cotilesi at the Caledonia ' ^ , ^rce of worry to the local 
Avenue ball lot is slated for 8 15 1 butters. 

o’clock and. with the blrdmen at| Manager Joe Casv. bo» of the 
full strength, the game should be • victoria Club, is not the least bit 
one of the most Interesting »*up pertur1>ed as to the probable out- 
battles of the current sea-son’s Rag , the series The local pUot 



beautiful pitrhlnggluel between Spud I 

' Chandler and Dick Newsome In the , H.lletl -6'. Appleton iS*. and TYcsh 

glghth Inning and beat the Boston , 

bZj q... Sacramenlo . P40 000 000—4 13 1 



was more than pleased with the 
IVTERN.4TION4L SERIES ^,,,0 exhibitions the locals turned In 
i-ne !) Battenes - Hsrrls, Kramer Mrs Stewart and A Paas v.s Mrs Saturday's intematioual fixtures last Saturday against Port Angeles 

Muncrief . 81 . and FerreU: Dietrich. Etheridge and D P)Tie with the Gordon Wreckers shouid'snd with his squad at full strength 

bewuilful *!k- Hatlett '6'. Appleton <8>. and Tresh Mr and Mrs. Myen vs Mr and , produce some excellent baseball [is looking forward to another bantp 



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Fmnev reached third with two out, „ . 

>d m. .nd rr.nk P,-0.k .1« hu ~ 

unglr. in Ih. ..vrnth “X Campbell 

get him lo third again with two out. I , 

i but these puny ggaturea were the | ! !* * 

only threats by Bo?ton throughout ^ ®*‘**'*’^ • • 031 101000—0 13 1 



j I Mrs. F Holmes 

I ^ Mr and Mrs Davis vs Mrs Mowat 
3 I and C. Cropp. 

. j Mr.« Munro and H O Baker vs 
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[ I Mr and Mrs J W. Mercer vs J 
J IchitUck and partner 



Here Lv whnt James A MrCartin, ' up series 



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the game It was Chandin-'i fifth ] 
victory, sgainxt four defeats i 

Newsome thirty-one-year -old 
rookie from Ban Diego and leading 
pitcher on the Red Sox with thir* I 
teen wins, matched this perform- ' 
ance for seven Innings and allowed 
Just seven hits altogether 
At Philadelphia Dutch Leonard 
chalked up his seventh straight vir- I 
, tory behind the seventeen-hit attack j 
'of the Wa.vhlngton Senators today! 
for a 9-3 triumph over the Ath- 1 
I leticx' I 

Buddy Leads poked out two home j 
runs to ttelp Leonard, who allowed 
fix hits In regUtering his thirteenth | 
victory of the season 
Chicago White Sox and flt Louis! 
Browns played s fourieen-lnning 9-6 ' 
tie at Chicago the game being called 
on arcount of darkness after three 
hours and thirty minutes of play 
Neither team scored after the sixth 
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First Oame— R H E 

>Hvwnod . 200 003 302-9 16 4 

attle . . 031 101 00(i— 0 13 1 

Battertes— Gay. Weldon '3) and 



Richmond W ins 
Premier Rerih 



Dapper; Turpin. Brown «7» and Farmers clinched the Inier- , Washington 44 

Pullop R H E I Lacrosse League cham- 8t- uhiU 43 

Oakland . 010 «0i 200—4 13 S by handing a NATIONAL I.EAC 

Portland ... 11403003x— 10 10 0 Put sUfl not got<d enough! W, 

Batterlfwi-Anancla M.Ullgan 'B> *"*^‘*" »*•>" ■ I**I« St Louis ...71 

and Raimondi; Reid and Hawkins P***'*”* •*’<1 advancing Itno a ten- Brooklyn 0» 

point lead in the flve-ieam circuit. !pi,r*hur*h 58 



R K E < 
010 001 300—4 13 S { 
11403003X— 10 10 0 1 





w. 


L 


New Vofk 


.. 75 


37 


Cleveland 


.. 59 


49 


Bnatoii 


.. 57 


52 




.. 58 


54 




51 


58 


Philadelphia ... . 


.. 49 


.59 


Washington 


44 


61 




43 


84 


NATIONAL 


I.CAGI'E 




W, 


L 


St Loult - 


.. 71 


38 



INTERN4T10SAL I.EAGUS 
Montreal 7 TornnUi 4 
Roche.iter 5 4. Buffalo 3 5 
Jersey Ctly 0 5 Syracuse 7 0 
EUltimore 0 2 Newark 6 4 
AMERICAN ASSfX lA'nON 
Toledo 4 0 8t Paul 2. 2 
Columbus 5 Minneapolis 4. 
Milwwukee 4. Louisville 2 
Kansas City 8. Indtanaixiiu 8 
WT.ST»:RN INTERNATIONAL 
Vancouver 7. Salem 1. 

Spokane 7. Yakima 5. 

sereesIll 

HOLD BIG OULA 



Pittsburgh .. 



With but six games of their regu- 1 Cincinnati 58 48 .549 r”* wujowi. au tne 

lar schedule left to pla.r the Farm- ' New York 51 52 495 1 men’* and won 

ers at wocsi would still end up four Chicago 48 82 .428 i straight set 

polnta ahead 'Boston 44 62 415 1 battle m the n 

— ,:^rN*'or: 

up nvb pom., tor lb. rurm.™ l^on.m.nw ... . ..» „ 

Vancouver Burrards are riding Ui San Diego 73 57 382 R«rulu follow 

second place six poinu ahead of Seattle 71 57 955 rur •• 

i New Westminster Adancas. New Hollywood 64 62 500 ^ AfNG 

j Westminster Salmonbeliie* axe in Oakland 80 08 489 HE Bennett won 

I the fourth spot, ten poinU ahead of Los Angeles 97 7o 449 P***Py- ®’3 

I Indians, who have won but two San Francisco 57 73 .gag t ® * McCallum woi 

I games this season. Portland 49 79 383 Lucas. 8-i, 8-2 



MORE GAMES 
ARE RON OFF 



500 Eliminations Continue in An>; 
JJJ nual City Tennis Meet at 
.419 The Willows 

402 

Seven matches were nin off in 

Pet I three divisions of the city tennis 1 

; cliamplonshlps yeaterday evening on ! 
(no i 

... the courts of the Victoria Club at 
553 

549 WiUowB. Ail the flixiures in 
*495 men'* and women's singleN : 

ended m straight sets, while the 
1 lone battle m the men's doubles i 
2 ^^ ' went to three seaalorui before H | 
Bennett and N. GreeruimiLh beat 
H Flrtt and H Husband. 

P<'t. E3even tuMle* are carded lor thu 



SHIPBOARD ROMANCE 



Navy, Army and Air Force 
Swimmers to Compete at T?' 

» *oA followed were pleas- alvely that Jimmy did not care j, o*nn-| 

Crystal Garden AUQUSt ZB anUy languorous Doris ate and “Your friend Boimle ha* been here 

slept and lay contentedly upon her every dsy. but the doctor di(ln'L‘ 2.6 g.j 8-2 
Aquatic stars from the Navy pillows want you' to have any rUltors Tlie ' 

■mv and Air Force will comoete You re doing fine, the doctor reporter* have been trying to see 



By SYLVIA TAYLOR 
' Ooprrisbh IMI. br Tbe B«li anuUcata. 



^ MEN'S SfNGLKS 

HE Bennett won from J Ap- 
449 Pleby. 8-2. 0-3 

^ E E McCallum won from Colin 
383 

WO.MEN'8 8INGI4A 

i Mrs W Oarrood won from Mni 
MofTatt 8-1. 0-0. 

I MU* P. Jackson won from Mrs 
looodland. 7-5. 0-1. 

I Mu* M Rice-Jone* won from 
' Helen nJwartU. 0-4. 7-9. 

Mu* A Peden won from Mrs. E 
— PlUtethley. 0-1. 6-1 
ClU- MEV8 DOl’BLFJt 

H. Bennett and M Oreensmiih 
from H Flctt and H Husband. 



$3750 

• ith >*n- 1 

S8000 



Piano . ^nt' m'xrtr Twterd.r from’i™^ 5 pm^p Jarluon v». W Gar- 

ConiUFiiiig of exceptionally nice Defence Headquarters. DorU smiled faintly. She did not Well ask the doctor about it." 'ow 

Studio Loung.- very good 3-ptf*e with • niimh».T r»f r«nwri«'» u*H. ! **•’'• *^ ’*'*^ I M**^' Hargrave agreed plea*anUy, 5.30 pm— K Cos v* W. Dunbar. 

Bed Cbe*terfleld Suite odd Chester- | ***‘^ mind was The doctor agreed to Bonnie # R Jaclutin vs T Neally. O Mc- 

firlds and Lounge Oiatr* some ve-v I ^ vaguely curious about vUii and DorU watched the doc* CaU vi M Rice-Jonee, P. Miioh«n|' 

nice end Walnut , ^ /me of^e ^ ,*. K UruworUi. Chruile and 

Chesterfield Table, nice Banltarv staged tn the ihe strain of thlnkmt about any- B«mnie looked anxious “Don and • Humphries vs McOallum and 



nqiuiuc aiaia k-—-- TfSnAVK DILAW ~ 

C9Cnh I' r • I rrr Army and Air Force will compete You re doing fine, the doctor reporter* have been trying to see 

«COUU I Fiirnitliril and rlfprtc in the mler-servlce water gaU at | told her one day a.« he made hU you too** * pm-Mrs Ooodland and V. 

M ise s ts« I 1 III II 1 1 III C flIIU IjIIvvIO Crjotal Garden on Friday. Aug- morning visit . 'We re going to have I “But I must see Bonnie'" DorV- Sherman vs H Peden and Wilkin- 

iis' 29 according to an announce- ‘ you up and around one of these cried "And 1 feel *0 much better »on 

. , . I nn«< *> 5 D nua- P JackMVn vs. W Gax. 



novxAirs HfMiitTa CTCAn 
wAax riiw ninrrBTT 9 1 9UU 

^ l»*Futttgl1)’ fiimithed ruFiir liatnt of 
<ii rnrai^ ihib morvriaui *tr» n( **• 
«na s*rW>r T«o sedrMni ana mMO • 
rnnm imtwrnotM 13 1 14 Orparat* 
dinint-reaNi aaiiuin* aak Saama and 
vMdaorh Mod*' kitchen tvtrp enn- 
wiucncp embodied Arthitett bunt 
nogble eateae Itoek aarden A ladt 
itaaenbad IhU a« a dvrSf hooie 
ft la Oaner rtaairee laraet ha.ii 
entr rea«<Hi tor aeliina 

tcelMire Uetlnc WNb 

Haiar & Sway ae,' Ltd. 

•N vrrw ST ntovrs nmi-a-t 

a#ol f Malp— •laearanra 



Oak Bay Special 

COMPLETELY FURNISHED 
PIANO, RADIO, ETC. 

erw ikonMa and aumicxiu 
rement bamment furnace beaiad Tow 
walk ntht In. 



Studio Loung.- very good 3-ptere 
' Bed Cbe*terfleld Butte odd Chester- 
fields and Lounge Chairs some ve'-v 



li^* Hargrave agreed plea*anUy, 5.30 pm— S Coa v* W. Dunbar. 
The doctor agreed to Bonnies, R Jackson vs T Neally. O Mc- 



, Chesterfield Table, nice Banltarv staged in me crystal uarden poot 
1 Couch a Walnut Dinette Table that j In many a day Each branch of tjie 
Is different very pretty 0-plere Dt- 1 aervtee is reported to have a number 
nett# Suite In cream and green of mtUtandtng performers and with 



in many a day Each branch of tjtel*^^ about any- 

— .... thing was too much 



I have been worried." she con - 1 Brand 



It was several weeks after she leased a* she kisred Doris. 



6 30 p m — O McCali and Bums 



almost nr. 3-piec» Walnut Bedroom mter-unlt rivalry expected to hit a 

.fK"” "<•* comp-tii,on b. «. > d«>* •*•<>;>' »■« '» 

and Spring-Filled Mattress. Mahog- j, ‘ a feeling of realtly, 

■any 4-Poster Bed with link springs I Her nurse. Miss Hargrave, found 

and spring M,v'trefw. some nice Bed T^e gala programme will get ; un m bed Amilln. 



had been picked up out of the snow I "I feel like a new woman," Doris ^ A Moffat and Dunbar. A Peden 
that DorU awoke one morning to,'ai*l "But I wish you'd tell me : and Coukher vs. P. Wright and 
a feeling of reality, [what happened I can't get much ' Briscoe. Mrs Griffith and ChrUttej 

out of my nurse." »s. M. Rice-Jone* and Brawn.! 



any 4-Poster Bed with link fprlngs ^ ^ j Her nurse. Miss Hargrave, found out of my nurse " 

and Spring M.v'trefw. some nice Bed programme wtn lilting up in bed omlllng 1 Bonnie sat doa-n beUde Uie bed 

Linen good Bed* •complete' and "I feel w^derful," Doris said I 'I m afraid thU b ail my fault 

J!.-; rxrr,rr:;;„'r .rr ! ■ r ■ » .no. ,u .bou. , .^u . ..dn. ou. 

Table* and Chairs While Enamel crystal Garden wlU be ooen one- 1 •^'^^'thmg Who brought me here? . of gmng U> the police in the first 
Rar.ae. and fibers Oa* Rsnge. j^Iu hour bW^ surtin. father?" , plaee. Ihta would never have hap- 

Oen»*’ and Ladles' Bievcles Un... I * 1 A man and hU wife found you penrd I tried lo phone you that 



Bonnte sat doa-n beside Uie bed Lockley and Cox vs R and fi. Jack- 
‘1 m afraid thLs is ail my fault K’h- 



leum and Concoleum Square*, the ^ confined to member* the highway. Thev maht aOJrs Ame*' and when *he 

usual China and Kitchenware Pre. wrvires and civilian* accom- you here “ ' j said yovt hadn't come home lor dm- 



.rotight you here" ' jsald yoti hadn't come home lor dm- 

senlng Jar*. Single Cvlinrter Out- by service personnel In uni- ; . George Malone?" DorU in- ner I knew something had hap- 

^ard Engine, vr-y food Plrte Glass form. | So Don and 1 went straight 

pliiU s\)rs"™Ouint*’Tlth DS-H^L^ , , ., 1 ', ... I rustody." Ml.« Hargrave|w IHe police and told them about 

Motor . complete' Eivamel rOPS i iltO ( Hd M ttW matier-of-facUy a* she od- Mak.ne 

Rvamel rombtnaflnn Rink and Tub. ! r-, *’• i c* >■ pU‘ow*. , Did you say that he wa* my 

Enamel Wash na.«ln. Marine Clutch | f| r ttlfl GailSe of' *be polite caught fatlier?" 

Refrigerator. 0#rden Hn*e Bash. ,, him?" DorL* cried excitedly. j "No.'' Bonnie admitted "I didn’t 



$4750 

Se« thU elven* tslMmsoM 

E. E. HEATH 

«« TATvs sTwyrr raoHt r ami 



MORNING SALE AT 19 38 
Of Vege'wbles, Fmll, Poultry. Corn- 
gated Iron. Btepiadder Ete 



(^(plla tPSP of Road no*, you mustn’t get exckieir' see what dlffereivee it would make. 

* ^ her nurse warned, "at 1 won't tell 80 I just told them that he had 



ROY THOMPSON 
IS TOP ANGLER 

Blind Fisherman From Cal- 
gary Wins Top Award 
In Salmon Derby 



you any more about It 



Ihreateived you. Of course tivey Landirvg 



salmon weighing 



BUSINESS 

OPPORTUNITY 

NAKI RffBOO TO R4000 VtABt-V 
ov 

* RHBOO tMVVSTMIMT 

On* *1 Vwtan* t 8**t Cs(*« 
C*ntr« »r Citr 

Own»r H** *• V*rat* m Aceeunt •! 
MMith 

MCHAREY A CO. 

Lrarrs* 

r*MM • IIS3 
aai MR. tkAMAAT 



Thi Cothie Soiall 

A aHaeO MmSm mUs** «r thr*« 

iwoae bM kMn a«e an tb« sistiui 

n It r«nelet* la *fvrt deisU tamulwe 
M MU ih« «Mt MrtlMlAf »n4 

U k4Mtir l«r*t*a Pm tM ebe sr* 
IwWiiM for Um M«s| b«M. J«*i far 
M«w«b «M at Ilk* me l»r MMfori. 
lai* u n cioM M sw sag cietM Ta* 

27 S2300 



gated Iron. Btepiadder Eie NANAIMO. Aug 12 —To secure -But I have to know'" Doris In- 1 didn't have much to go on I didn’t] 29% lbs. Roy Thompson a blind , 

flrvt-hand knowledge of the «a*“^ jiUited Please tell me what hap- even know what he looked like > lUherman from Calgary, carried off 
MAYNARn A RONS ^ G 5971 Of the trouble. Mayor V B Harrt- , .. so sad that Bonnie top honor* in the Chinook Club’.* 

10 Og"y went underground in an oW •well, ail I know of covirse. u , reached over and patted her hand [annual Ashing Derby. Sunday, st 

ri*^n Nfnifn I n lunnel on C«wox Road. it said In the papers. Tliei "Don't think about it nivw hrvney Brentwood. For hu proweaa witn 

a rave-in orturred last week cau** j police captured him about sixty ' It’s all over. Look. I brought you a rod and line, the vialtini Catganan 
Auettaneers And Vslnsiers ot Comox from Detroit with another ' present " . received the handsome console radio 

RI.AN8HARD RTBEET *** eloaed to vehicular traffic He j^an ' DorU opened the ribbnn-bound a* Arst prise 

walked 140 feet under Comox R«ad ■ "ThAi was Joe, * Doris prompted , box and drew out a *ilky pink marl- ' Th«imp*on ht*aoed s Arid of 100 

' head-high room and then snake .q^ I Ppu jacket "Oh, Bonnlel It* ! "Chinooker*' - members who have 

A I ||^Tlf\W \ A I l« , ^k**’*'** through a side tunnel 1 about all. Mi* Hargrave adorable' You ahouidn t have done landed bulloo flab since Ihe aoso- ' 

rtv/Ve I IV/Il made by workmen to reach a Af- There was a good deal about thU " ictaticn was organised— and wa* a 

'T'/kitAV AT *3 i\ 4 \ IS at ' *^”'*^^^ ^*^* *"*"*^‘" **^ *^**‘^' It at the time but there haan'l been ' Bourne's round eye* were pleaFCil’ guest angler 'jv "Doc" Smith'* 

I I Ml. \ 1 .'\ I Z ilNI I , y|, ; gave way and caused the present publicity lately 1 a* she urged "try It on “ launch In 1932. Thompson •augl * 

Irtslrweted by the Owner*. We Will •®vkmen are remedy- • Didn't the papers say anything | Doris drew tt over her frail shoul- ' a salmon weighing 53’» lbs the 

Sell Ihe C ontent* of a about Jimmy Allen? " Doris asked ders and laughed hixurknuly 'l fecl | largest Ash tn the hbtory of th * 

TEN-ROOMED itOl'ME wistfully < elegant!" i Vicirria-Baanlcn Inlet Anglers' Ao- ; 

C'he«terAHd Soltea odd Oialrw. SAI.M()NREt^lJF 4 S ' paM the ransom, of course. Bonnie nodded and looked at her aoclaiion. j 



to be cioaed to vehicular traffic. He 
walked 140 feet under Comox Rnod 
in head-high room and then snake 
fashion slid through a side tunnel 



TODAY AT 2:(MI P.M.; gave way and ewused the prcsenl 

Instriseted by IK# Owners. We Will **'‘®*' *orkm^n are remedy- 

Sell Ihr C ontent* of a I 

TEN-ROOMED ItOl'ME | 

Che«terAeM Saltea odd Oialrw. SAI.MONREIJJES 

Jacobean Dining Halle, 19-Tabe j 



DEFEAT ADANACS 



George Tbompoon won second 



CHAS. FARRANT 

y«B ro«T muxT ewons •ten 



Jacobean Dining Halle, 19-Tabe flE'E’riT X Jk J V *** working with the police. ; admiringly Doris' blond beauty had George Tbompoon won second] 

Radio. China C ablneC. RraoB Wood ifrtr^Al •Tfi.4.y.4C>>He IdentlAed Malone I believe he | become almost ethereal She looks , prize, a cedar chest, with a catch of 
Box. HUndard and Brtd^ lamp*. _ | detecUyea who cap- like an angel.' Bonnie thought, aee- 21 lbs 2 oa . and Frank Ireland was 1 

nll**w '1 "V NEW WESTMINSTER. Aug 12 tured him " > ing the soft golden hair, the deep , third with a Ane specimen weighing 

aeiu^ IJhxam*Tid^ and CTiaU“*u — ***”*®''*>'II*** drubbed their 1 “You havenT heard anv'htng else blue eye* with their faint shadowi 30 lbs 14 oa He received a new 
match, almoot n*w Baby Rogry.sev- h<*»>e-town rivals, the Adariacs. I about Jimmy Allen?" Dons oald. of lUnasa. and the deiicate> trans- ' rod and reel 

eral Cane rhairs. nice Carpets! In- ^ Inter-City Bos Lacroaae | hoping desperately that he had tried parent features The pink furry jae- Ot^.er prtte-nnnen were Fourth 

UM and other I inolewm. Hinale and League match but didn't aertously I to get in touch wUb her kec added a touch of tolar to her Frank Moore. 19'» Itaa . pair of blan- 

Doabi* iird* wllh very good Hpring- endanger th* AW third-place play*' "No," MiM Hargrave mM cheer- pale cheek* ket* Afth Mrs Oeorg* I. Warren 

Filled Mat U emsi. Wardfwhe. PltWiwa off apot fully and apparently had no idea of' Mte* Kargrav* opened ittf door i It lb* 10 oa.. wwffle Iron: sixth. Fred 

Hple Npan Tsemm. rwhlng Rml. Adanaca atUI havt a ten-point the effect of theae words upon her "I don't have to go ret. do I?";wailey, If ffi* 12 oa. electric clock: 

Tent, T eoK B**r^ BM^*, aad the ^ ^ Ashmen and th# er»d of patient. Bonnie proteatad amiably aeeenth. Roy Pmith. 18 iba 8 oa. 

***** * S 4 LS oats*** ^ lacToaae aeaann is in sight 80 Jimmy had paid th# money The nurse smiled. ' Of course not raoacroie eighth Fred Smith. 13 

w*f. 4 *. •*« Ts*r* 4 *«. t VM I Harry Carter scored sis goal* for only to trap Malone. If his motive But them another viaitor to see lbs 14 o* tackle box. 

FRED HMITR R CO. ^ Salmofiballiea and Loma BtMle had been love, he would surely havt you Mica Newton Mr James Alkni" ^ The ennsnlat*^ award of a port- 

AMU«o**n soa vuosioto I tallied thraa lo^ A d a n a c a, ]ooaw to set h«r. or aant bar sama| <To ba coouiuied} iabte radio w«o; to Harry Kramer. 




!\len’s Sport Shirts 

ColUt isn'he Morn uprn or rlubed Full cm ul kUu«<g n'rf'r- '^l 
Ml U't colors. Lar^e *iir oiil). Regular $1 .W. 0Q/» 

Special */*/C 

lYleii's Shirts and Shorts 

•Nest Filling Colton Slurl* and Shorts M>'h els«ttr wai*rH..'.d. 
.Shorifc, eufii .10. 3t, 40. Shirl*. 40. 4J. 44. 7Qr* 

Specisl, garment . ^ 4i*/v 

!\len’s llaiulkerrhieCs 

Full Sire Cotton li«ndkerrhief* with hrm4liUhed hem*, in p1s>n 
white 4^ii fancy fast-colored border styles. 4 AA 

Special, per dnren l*Uv 

Wo«l-)li.\liire SiK’ks 



A large range of Men’* Fancy Hose i« wool aiixt''»« yorn M dl 
rrtninreed. Sues 10' j to 12. * ^ t AA 

Special pairs l*wV 

Meii’i Wear. Street Fkw st -THE BAY" 



Bov.s'* Sport Shirts 

ell cut from durable cotton nuteriaL priiiltd in 
pirtnre*. Sue* small, medium >nd larga. 

SpeuaJ 



rnpWnt 

89c 



Bovs'’ Broadcloth Shirts 

I'oMar-aiUi'lied style m fine broadcloth in a aiHa aMortmont 
of fa*t-colorrd pattern* and shades. Sire* 12 tn 14Vi. £Qj* 
Special . . D*/C 



Bovs’ Yacht Caps 



\S hite Vichting tap* with peak. CnnI Summer sun 1 Q _ 

protector*. Sire* 8’$ to 7. Regular 25c. Special IJrC 

Boy*' Wear. Street Floor at "THE BAY" 

Drills and Toiletries 

Blue Steel Karor Bladrt. Double edge for rest ahaung OO^ 
aomfi»rt. Carton ot 100 blade* 0«5C 

Campana'* Italian B*tm Fancy ba»ket-we*^r bottle 

for boudoir. Regular 98c, S]>erial vJ/C 

Moth Cry-ial*. 1 lb tin of pure paradichUwbennne 
<ry«uU. Regular 44. Tn rlrai «)OC 

f)rug» and Totleine*. Stmt Ho-.r ai ’lilt- 

Beaiitv Salon Special 

.A hot weather refre*her . . . thu «pertal e>liir<>.Uv in,.> 
‘‘•anipoo and finger wa*e Phone lor sonr apponiiiiienl ear'y 
and keep well grrMiineit \N e «ell and appl* Not'x. 

Beauty Salon, .Mertaninr Floor «t *’TMK B\'i" 

Special Clearance of Women'i 

Sninmer Shoes 

If your *ire 1 * in Ihi* group of 40 pair* of s«m>H quality shoe*, 
all from higher priced line*, we promi*e you * bargain. 1 AA 
No exchange*, pirate Special, pair l«Uv 

\Nomen'* Shoe*. Fathion Floor at *’THF. RAY" 

Clearance of Higher-Priced 

Slimmer Dresses 

A half day opportunity to add enlnr and versatility So your 
wardrobe. \Va«hxMe primed ravon rrepr* in atnpo*, floral*, 
ge/^mif tries 'and plain*. Sire* I4 |e> 40. 9 A A 

Special . 

“ Women’* rVetse*, Fa*hton Floor st "THF. BAY" 

Low Pncea m a Clearance of 

Cirls’ Dresses 

A grand a*->>>rin.en| of cnbieftil cn'imi print* »n (loekt and pisid 
pattern*. All a'« ro|orfs«t Mared and tailored type* Sue* 
J |o 8. 8 In 14* years. S'n mrhsnge.*. pleaie. Reg iVOO. OA- 
Special, each , «J*yC 

Cotton Prints and Percale* 

rrrity Snmmor dre*«e- m fiorst. striped and dntiad patiwen*. 
Swing style* and iwo-piei-r jttmper dre*«e* tn gav aolori. 

.1 (n n. 8 tn 14s yr*r* No exchanges, please. Reg $1 9A AQo* 
.^pensl *^*^C 

Clearance of Summer Straws 

I'Istiermg {•r>kr l.oni-e| and halo •f«lr* for yrwing girl* M taa 
■•'an tn nai'iral «hade writh enlnrrd n'lbrvfi trim QQj* 

Si/e* 20 tn 22 irn he*. Regular t2 !*) Sper.al ^«/C 

Oirli’ U'rsr. Fiahmn Plooe at THE BAY 



Infants’ Wear 



Kiiigi.ot Klanket* nf fiuf eiderdown cloth Nursery psi'erri*, 

Mre .W « 40 Pink *"d Hue r>Q 

Spenal _ OOf 

CiMwtis of good quality fUnneielie, b«nnn l»*fk. long 
• >eve* and Peter Pan enUars. Spenal.. fcOC 

\'file slinrlriiiiig dre*«r*. J»re and ribbon trim. SfSllr»i»*d ed,-e* 
and puff sleeves I p in 18 month* QAo* 

5r*er*al I.uw,..—... 0*/C 

^I'P* to msirh. CAo* 

Prired st DUC 

Baby Sh'*p. Fi»hion Flryw *• "THF. B 5 Y" 



Keelining Deck (ihairs 

4'1i.i«t* ir. three pntitton*. I.oug fold fvpe with 
h*rdwrOi->d frame Regular fl Vi Spr'ial 



1.29 

Ptaxa Porch Chtfirt 

Seasoned hardwe>od frame m side folding lype. | TA 

Cxdorfnl striped material *esl and bark Special 1 ■ I *f 

> Fomiture. Fourth FUyw at THF BA'/ 



PriMs wera p rnaenied at Ih* An- 
ehonige by Alan Pendray. 

The next competlUon win ba 1 
■tagec on Sunday. August 34. at 

Bren’.wood. | 

W Barclay, of the PowaU Rlvar 
Salsa Oompany. of Vaneouvtr. and 
a member of the Point Grey OoU 
Club aerompanlnd by Logan May- 
tww of Wtoria. scorad a hola tn 
one on the oeventh hole at th# Royal 
' Colvood OoU Oub 00 lAiiMlay. 



MENNONTTES VOUrNTBSB 

PRINCE ALBERT. Saak, Aug 18 
<Pi — PreferricM lorvie* with tha 
Canadian fActlvei Army lo labor 
oarvioe in Prlne* Albert National 
Park, which they ehoaa In Heu of 
coenpuiaory rnimary Naming, rtx t eon 
MennonUe* haw voltmteerad for en- 
Ustment at the reerufilng offWw 
here They war* part of EM Men- 
nooHe eraiarwmioMa objweUm aaJlad 
Up te late ^■Tlca, 



I