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Vi«tarts and Vtetetty^UiM to Bodsrato 

winds, mostly cloudy «nd mild, with ahoweri 

Vancouver and Vtclnily— Ught to moder- 
ate wlndi^ - - - 
■howera. 





BualiMM Office 

ClreulatUm 

Job Printing 

Kditortal Kooma 



COLONIST TKUCTHONSS 

WWftn 4114 

Empire 4114 

Oarden 1812 

.1 I arden fi2i\ 

IT n,lplr« 4111 

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NO. 11S>— ^EVJENTY^IXTH YEAK 


YICTOlUA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SUNDAY, APRIL 29, 1934 


FORTY PAGES 


MANCHESTER WINS S 

iwt EmtiUL C« £Mb k 2-1 Mtft ol PmmA EWwii-Paii 15 

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1 DENIES WOLF'MAN TALE 

1 FulMr TcHMtr R4al« Jtm SkKj HMqrint OmtmIw-P^ S 


FOR FESTIVAL 

ol MnkMM Dkiiwt M«qr EiMrin Fiw G|r Md EMImn-P^^ 18 




Victoria in Her Robes of Green and Gold 



OFUIIU 



Ntgroet in Lot Angeles 
Heltf ill ConnesUon WWi 
FNeder Maeeaere 

DENY PRESENCE IN 

COUNTY AT TIME 



LOfi ANGELES, April ^8 (Al'' 
Two mgro mtftci* ware ureated 
hm tomcM «a tolapapMe tafor- 
matlon In fioiiMBtton with tlM n- 
cenft murdm oT six pcnona at 
Bremer* oi! Waahlngton. 

The w^ii who were bofikrd at 
tha poller stiitlon p*"!!-'; ' ii'fii-r 
Inveatlgatioii. gave the l.aJlil■.^ of 
Alex Lura.s. thirty, and W. P. Evaru. 
They said Uiry camr hrir on April 
6 from Seattle, where they ran a 
prsMinf aliop at SlOVfc Fourteenth 
AT«nue South. 

VEHEMENT DKNIAI. 

Both men vehemently denied hav- 
ing been In any trouble Tliev were 
arreatad at the telegraphed request 
mt Shwlff D. L. Btakaguhip. of Port 
Orchard, LvwSi Oountr. WMhlnctoo. 

Tbm takfram read, in pvt: "Alci 
^MM sad W. P. Wnm v wmntad 
h«re on murder warrants, "nwy 
were driving a lUSfi .sedan with 
Wa.'-.limRton li'enre plntf's If vou 
« ppt I 'l'^iul Miein M Hich them f'>r 
diamonds and other Jewery and 
held thWI iMoommunicado." 
ARRESTED IV ( ITV 

Dete<'t ive Lieutenants I' N Knrk- 
non and Kh'.I (' Hulslroin 'aIim led 
a squad of hmiilride detail uf!;rrr.s 
to an adilrest Riven !!' Mw' 'ele- 

gram, on the Mxiiii side oX the 
city, apprehended li.e two negroes. 

Both men denied they were in 
Lewie Oeantir, Weahlnfton. when 

four men and two women were fani- 
tally slain in the Frank Fielder 
home last Marrh 2fl 
Police here telrirraphed 

ton of ! ii lal'. f ■ '] fill' tier 
fion regarding the warrants 
cdly sweat OOl 
men. 




POUCE UNCOVER CLUES ALONG 
UNITED STATES CRllM 



.STiip at Halifax 
On Way Around 
North America 



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C PLASHES of gold amid the verdant meadows, and ririi greens of freshly-awakened trees, with here and there a lodge or I 'l'tagf c ^mralcl 
among the foliage, is what makes such pictures as the one above go appealing to both resident and visitor to this tity win li has !)Cfn 

in all its kIotv. The dogwood and liiic-? liavr ^ivrn place to tj-.r ni.uulr <jt yellow. 
Mt ■ . iTMKP Victoiia more entrancmg than she possibly has been ior many years. 
""^ ' 'V has been experieodBf ttria fprtas. Tliii alMve phoMgnph wee* taken 
on ihc Cedar Hill golf couree. 



called "ihr Kcm of the PatifK " The tir.., .t, is n.>w out 
while wild bluebells and buttercups have now biussomr l 

Thie ie due. to a great esteat, to 



SLIM CRAFI TO 

Britieh ChaHenoer for Amer- 
loa't Cup Awaitt Mast 
and Sails 



TO mmmRecognizes Need 

mjmmm Of Arms to Keep 

Peace in Europe 



April ?R 



^P).— 

k .. raft 
,1 ■ •• ,'.,1! In 
i her iTia.st, and 
every passing 
aboal aa atabie 



PORTRMOtmr 

A very 1 1 ' ■ h ' 
was the t ■ ■ 

the harbor .-i a t 
eaUe. dwarfed by 
harge and lookinf 
aa a toothpick. 

But, t» thoee who know their 
raelnt yachts, 'there Is speed In 
every Inch of the trim blue boat 
that T. O. M. Sopwith Is takinR 
ac^o^■^ t.Ke Attantle Infe this Rimi- 

aaer ' - a;'- ; ■ . < 'iv 

8LIM WATEB SLIVER 

Olve a Kood broad Jumper a 
running start and he could Just 
about clear the Fndeavotir's deck 
at her widest poir,* '.•>■' froni end 
to end the ullm «n*ei «;li'.e! iii"ti'; 

Ute-i ■ 'r<-' ,-(':(t '',<> tv-''..!;- 

of hf. !e;,i!e: keel to the top Of her 
holio'.v : ast Ii ft dMMMt «r 

almost 200 feet. 

Fragile looking, she to an length 
and depth and ecaroely aayfeteadth. 

rht aecfet of the IndeaTor^ eea- 
worthinesa, of course. Hps In the 
great weight of her keel which ex- 
tends fifteen feet below the water 
line Tlie keel proper weighs elRhtv 
tons Above the ."mild < hmik i.f 'r.i.: 
Is a hollow space ."leveral feet in 
dept.h. Into which a great jdeee of 
eteei weighing many tone, may be 
lowered when needed. TUa to eaOed 
a "dropr* kael and to aontttH^ of 
an tanevatten. 

BOOMT AND rOMPORTARLE 
Slim and uh taatial as she 
looks from x« the Endeavour 

ic roany and comXcrtaMa Inside. 
Sm has a ftmcaatto taward with 
aeoommodations for the cnw «C 
twehty-three. a large mess room for 

the of'ieer": Btirf separate eaptaln's 
rabln berth.*; for the two mates. 

iiHik and .steward. 

nie owner s quarters consist of 

I ee inKlr slnterooml^a 

and a large saloon. 



A. Bryan Williams Ratified 
as British Columbia Qame 
Qommitsioner 



Composition of the Froivlneial 
oame Bmeh for thto year was 
approved tost week by the Provin- 
cial Oovemment. virtually without 
change. A. Bryan Williams con- 
tinues as Kame commissioner, 
assisted by three Irvspectors, three 
sub-ln.siK>rtor.'; and a total stafl of 
some seventy-nve persons, includ- 
ing clerleal forces. 

Two new upointments are to be 
made in the veitoh Greek area, one 

a.s a fishery officer, and the other 
iKR a special warden, while a further 
temporary appointment In to be 
tnade at QudliCUm. The new ap- 
point ment.s have not yet keen an- 
nounced. 

Inspectors In the service include 

F. R. Butler. \ 'r T Van 

r>yk. Prince c.e- ; t a cun- 

iiliiKham. Vnt "ij . A i; Bolton 
will continue a.s lisi.'w f.fflrer In 
charge at Vancouver siU) inspec- 
tors are distributed at other stations, 
with game wardens and fishery offi- 
cials under their direction. 
Remiinernt Ion for the e,, Msik' 

'.tnff Mn; ! iMf:id I)' tli'' 'tireo i 

Cabinet sitting here last week, imder 



King of Italy Says Best GaaranleiB to Build Up De- 
fence Forces— FoUows With Satisf aetkm As- 
cendliig March of Nation— Alludes to the 
Intended Constitntional Transformation 



NO FAITH IN 
NEW CABINET 



Spai^ish Ministry Ueks Co- 
aUtton Elements Neoes- 
tary for Stability 



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OMF Ap- ! ?^ CAP).— The convirtinn that Italy can hest 
guarantee peace by building up her defence forces, was 
cxpreaaad today by King Victor Emnuunucl, in an addrtsa 
from the throne, opening the twenty-ninth Itgialativa aasembly. 

Tlie Tfali 
pa<-Uy , 



ix -'Ple, united com- | 
' ' ' Royal House of 
Savoy and the Fascist emblem, wlU 
have aa lnereasini0y greater dee- 
Uny obtainable through diartpiined 
eoooony. oonstltutlan transforma- 
tion and a balanced budget, among 
other conslderatk)ns, he said. 
THE BEST GUABAMTB 
"We sincerely and ardently de- 
sire for Raly and Europe the loi«- 
cst pusslUto period of peace," His 
Majesty declared amid thunderous 
cheers, "hut the t>esf iriiai-nntee of 
I this \yr n( r i.s the eflirlency of our 



mmw nr 

PULia WLU 



My Uovernment 



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Kandoops Lam ft 
Crop Suffering 



1. ^ M : ' d>S April 28 (CP).— 
' ■ lunibs on llie ( ieorge 

Haiicii, near here, have been killed 
within the past ten days by raiding 
eagles, coyotes, dogs and other 
predatory animals 

Oaose Oenuaissloner A. Byran 
wnuams has employed a trapper 
to himt and iiitooy the raiding ani- 
mals. 



EARTHQIi 
SAN 



Japan". hitciitKifis in 
East Appc.i! tf) B( S.it 
tactoniy Lxplained 



AKf RATTLES 
JOSE WINDOWS 



RAN JOSE. Calif.. Aprtl 38 (AP). 

An earthquake shock lasting a 
minute and a half rattled windows 
here today. The shock •'was de- 
scribed as sharp by selsmologista. 
who said its eploentre was so close 
that it was atoaost hnposelble to 
oompute ite exaet centre. 

Many perMOS apparently did not 
feel the qtuUw. aithouKh it wax re- 
corded on seismographs at Lick Ob- 
lse^vAtnr^ and the Ualverrtty of 
Santa Clara. 



mi: M,^R[HINfi TO 

mi "vyitr 



Province Captures 
Second Game From 
Nationales, 43 to 36 



T/~>Nn' A , ■ , " AP ■ rireat 
Britain Mpirfnp i ready today to 
end dl.scu.vtlon of JapatfB iMttdi Olf 
China" declaration. 

There remained only the task of 
telling tlie full story of the diplo- 
matic exchanges, and thto waa set 
for Mo nday. On that day Sir Min i r 
Simon, foreign SMretary, rtana to 
explain the natter to the Bdom of 
Commons. 

APPEARS SATISFACTORY 
Japan's official .stjitemeul \i> .Sir 
Franrl.s I.indlev. nrlti.sli aniliassador 
to Jaijfui, and to Joseph C. Grew, 
American envoy, appeared to have 
been accepted as satisfactory here. 

In It, the Japanese Foreign Min- 
ister. Kokl Hlrota. while sUting 
that Japan cannot remain indif- 
ferent to foreign efforts in China 
which "endanger the peaee of East 
Asia." asserted that his nation has 
no desire to interfere with the rights 
of other powers In Cluna OT tO in- 
fr!i:u'e upon any ti-eatles. 



MADRID. April 28 (AP>.— Pre- 
aier-Deeignate Rieardo Samper 
Tbane?:. a dark horse hitherto in the 
detailed Spanish political picture, 
formed a eaMnet today whoee oom 
position to anadi Uka the preoedlng 

one. 

The new ministry lacks tha "eon- 
clUation coaUtlon" which Samper 
Ibanea promised When he under- 
took the Job of seeking to effect 
peace In this trotri:rted country. 
REFI SE PARTICIPATION 

Three Leftists and Oonservatlve 
leaders refused to participate in the 

new g o vernment or support It on 
the grounds that "It solves nothing 
and the situation to ss bad or worse 

than before." 

I^eftLsts and Soclall.^ts openly pre- 
Far I dieted that thto cabinet would not 
last kmg. 

Its mwt Imminent danger was 
said to he ui the posfUblllty thai the 
question will be raised in Congress 
next week. rcgardlnK the famous 
note of the Presidenr .M( 7.:imnrA, 
In whir! ' t 'i)rcled to professions 
of a p< immesly bill. The 

Cabinet ol Premier Alejandro Lsr- 
roux quit five days ago in the be- 
Uef that the President's action in- 
dicated a lack of ronfldence In the 



ALIPAX, April 38 (CP).— 
The Il'.iiL'v' .s liav C-om- 
pany ve.s.st'1 h'Dit, .JHiiie.s, put 
in' 1 Halifax t.Kiav ti> take on 
1 uel for her loiig trip through 
the Panama Canal to the 
Weetem Arotlo. She toft St 
John's. Newfoandtond. thto 
week and when she rmimletes 
the trip she will have drcum- 

TiaMKa'fMi th.i North Ameriran 
<<)nt!!!f :.' The Fort James 
re K •}., Atlantic- four 
W .I" > Dy bailing across the 
Ar ;>assagea to the north 
^ of Canada. 



6,C. GRoras 

AREFAVORED 

Have Benefit of Early Entry 
to Eastern IM^rkets With 
PerlsiuiMes 



Due to a Krf)w!ng .■■ a wrck.s 
in advance of whu* l.s u-ii.d. British 
r'oliiriih: I fru!' flild v»'K<'latile grOW- 

ei,'. M, .,: sicine tde Important bene- 
fit of a two weeks' lead on Eastern 
Canadian markets and a three 
weeks' lead on Prataie markets thto 
year. J. A. Grant, provlnelal mar- 
kets commissioner, stated yesterday. 
Field rhubarb In the Interior, fresh 
trawberrles on the I.sland and 
Mainland, and small fnill.s gener- 
iilh'. will mo\'e earlier to maikf' 
iu^d with less competition, a.s a 
result. . 

Nntura! forres. which gave the 

Wrhti-Tti sc'. tuyix of Canada an un- 
usually mild Winter, good rainfall, 
and a l^>rlng weeks earlier than 
B ae tnm ei j> aonptoed to aid British 
OolumMa on thto oecaalen. There 
are few people qualified to put an 
accurate cash value on even a day s 
advantage on the big Prairie and 
Ea.-^tem markets; yet thn* ndvan- 
tage will arrrue to , > v of 
British Columbia this year for a 
space of eeveral weelB. 

AIDS 1SLANI> RERRIFS 

The early sea.son will fake field 
rhubarb out to market In a manner 
that has n<>t been wline.vsed in 
yeans, ftie tall -end of the field 
crop u.sually falling foul of compe- 
tition from Eastern and southern 
areas doaer to the selling points. 
Mr. Grant ezplafaaed. The same 
condition applies to reepect to 
Island berries and to a variety of 
small tree fruit In the interior 

If the early promise of the vear 
Is fuIflUed. British Columbia fruit 
and vegetable growers may be 
entering their reenvery year. With 
decades of experience. Mr. Grant 
stated he liad not before WltnMSed 
so promising a eeaeon. 



Federal Agents Roah t*. Fort Wayne in Hope of 
Capturing Dillinger — Another . Desperado 
Blamed for Kidnappin*,^ of Vrizona Child 
Ganfiler Believed Wounded 



Guard Placed Over Governor 
Of Ohio to Freveni Attack 

C CHICAGO, April 29 (AP). _ Spurred by fresh clues. 
^ iiiousands of Government agents and peace officers 
stalked the crima trail of the United Stataa. last night. 
Chief of the hunted persons was John Dilhnger and his mur- 
derous henchmen, who shot their way to freedom a week ago 
in the Wiacoo ain wild lahda, l aaviny two dead in thair waka. 

Four pereons w^re Indicted at St. 

Clocks in 

Ed :>L Are 
Advanced 

Ckxks were turned ahead one 
hour, last night. In many cities of 
Eastern Canada and tiie United 
States, and mo.st of them will con- 
tinue on da\!iKlii- aviiiK time until 
the end of Sepl«ml}cr. Canadian 
cities 1' „ Ivanoed their clocks in- 
cluded .Muuireal, Toronto, Ottawa 
and Quebec. R^ina, the only ^ty I 
west of Ontario to adopt daylight 
saving, will follow suit on May ft. 

United SUtes cities that advanced 
their docks last night Included 
New York, chtoaga^ rwiadelshto 
and Boston 

TO IKAVa ON 
RAVmiOHT 

Professor Augusta .PJooard 
Prophesies Rights to 
the Planets 



WOILD FOK( h UL.M(..\AlION 

If Congrees votee on whether the 
note should be read into the pub- 
lic record and rejected by a ma- 
jority of the Chamber, reliable 
quarters believed. President Alcala 
Zajnora's resignation would virtu 
ally be forced, slnoe such action 
would signify lack of OOnlldinoa fc) 
the chief executive. 

Most leaders, however, predleted 
that Samper Zbanar Oove mm ent 
would resign before permitttag such 
a 



Flyers Forced to 

Jump From Vluiu 



ATT.ANTA Oa , April 2R <^r> - 
Hugh Herndon. who flew arrnmd tlie 
world In 1931 with C lyde Pangtxim. 
and a companion, had to leap from 
a cabin monoplane, today, near 
Palmetto, Ga. Hemdon and Edward 
Sherman Jumped from an altitude 
of 1,400 feet and landed in a dump 
of woods. 

The men took off thto afternoon 
and the engine soon began to miss. 
Hemdon said a pi.<^t/)n went out 
through a cylinder head and It be- 
came a question of jumping for 
their lives. The plane was a total 
kes 



NANCY. Prance. April 28 <AP> 
A trip to the moon on rav.s of !:(.:!)' 
generated by the dislntegraUon o( 
a few pound.s of lead was prophe- 
sied today by Professor Auguste 
Placard, world famoos itra^Mre 
balloonist. 

"I am not crtsy," the Swiss 

ph'. ^ ■ '.-I 

lt<Hkr;,\ .lie impractical for inter- 
planetary traveling be<ausc they 
have to carry twenty tens of ex- 
plosives for the return trip, Plocard 
told a lecture audi e nce, but "the 
disintegration of matter ofTers Im- 
mense possibilities." 

TREME?V1>OUg E.NfclK.V 
Matter dematerlallzed and trans- 
formed into light rays of tremen- 
dous energy "might permit trips 
between planets," he went on. 

"A round trip from the earth to 
mercury would re<4uiie the demate 
rlnli/.ati'io of 100 pounds of lead." 

' lo explain hOW thto WSB 
Lo ix; accomplished. 

The uUllaation of light to "mathe- 
mattcally poeslbte," Professor Plc- 
eanl said, but he did not elaborate 
on the theory except to say that It 
would greatlv facilitate the study of 
the astr 

»AbX TKAV£LING 

A stratosphere plane'trip from 
New York to Paris In eight hours 
St the rate of SOO mitos and hour 
and twenty miles In the alT to ttOt 

far off, he a.-werled. 

"All that Is needed Is a lightly 
cloeed cabin and an air ronii)re.vsor 
for the motor." said the wlrnt i.-;! . 
who gained workl fame in 1883 by 
an ascent of ten miles in a 



Paul for harboring the arch-crlmi- 
naJ. a Wlsn-onsin deputy said he 
Iw- unded Oeocge "Baby Face" Nd- 
■ one of DUlinger's aides, after a 
speedy chaae; an abandoned oar 
wee found, bdtoved to be Netoon'e 
tfei-away ma^llne, and a down 
wtfl-armed Federal a^rents rushed to 
Port Wai*ne, Ind . presumably be- 
cause n DilliiigfT hide-out was un- 
covered 

GOVEBNOE UNDER GUARD , 
Oovemor White of Ohio and his 
daughter, Marv. were tmder guard 
after rf'jx>rf.s that Dillinger sought 
to kidnap them with a view tliat 
their ran.som would be freedom for 
his tJiree jiftls In an Ohio prUon. 
Two are under dea'i . ifenee.s and 
the third Imprlsoi :fe for the 

killing of a sherilf in Ireeing OU- 
llnger, last October. 

Near the Mexican iMrder. auUion 
tiee conducted a search for the ab- 
ductors of .Mx yeur-cld Jim© Roble.s 
Tucson. Arl7.. and the belief was 
expressed hv some - ihnhtleN tl,.ii 
Clvde liarmw. a« elu vc a de^[V'radn 
in the .Si>iithwcst as Dilhnger in the 

Middle West, may be one of the kid- 
nappers. 

FIVE HEI,f> BY POLICE 
That the olufioti of the $200,000 
alv! , ti , , ! 1. . 1 r, Bremer, St. 
Paul hunker, whs near waa forecast 
by FVyleral agents In Chicago, Who 
held five persons, two of them ao- 
cased of poseeaslon of part of the 
ransom money. 

Mm J. "Boas" IfoLaughUn, 
time nunoto state poiiucai 

held on bond in Chlraco, alons 
Ifh n f •»■:!•! • , ..'lilin'a 

Continued on I'age 2, C olumn S 



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:ifnpion* 
Score 



ai 1: uii lime — Purves Stars Again 



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Condaetar 



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Thoumnds of 
Barrels ol] 

U hiskj Bum 



mmm m\ 
TO mm uKiMi 



stringent Safety 
Regulations Will 
Apply in Forests 



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Hi.. 

In 
fin 



IfKTT-TFI.n April 58 

I nrii id ciaitn.s to i>e the first cltvjscore of 

Kntlrtud to liave adopted an of- | j^Qp^^^g] 



f ONTREAL. April 28 (CP).— Sent into overtime by 
Murray Patrick's two-handad shot with five aaconda to 

go, the second game of tbe r.i'i=i<1i,Ti senior h;»sketball 
fCP>. — Ichampionships, tonight, went to Vancouver Provmce by the 

by 



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laboralion 
MacMahon, 



■ Viii' nn" Is the name 
if ,s;irr!v '""e.ssionai 
'.f col- 

Ixtween Di l>e.smond 
the schoolmaster musi- 




cian. el^ttMM^and 



eonduelOr 

Polioe 

The Mm of etttoe haehw rslgna- 
twa tunea"* to rather oeaMaan on the 
OonUnent The "Vulean" march is 
an attempt to convey in < 
aething gg the gptolt aC abeinelU 



43-38. daapita 

Nationales. 

With the ie(.>nds tirVing away 
and the Kn.stem 1 1 1 !■ !.>:,!. ■ ■. down 
two i)o)nf' M ;;-a- t'l*: raced 
down the ■ «■! r-n<\ M moment. 

and then toased a high shot that 
phuaped through tha hashet for the 
tftot polnta wtthool avca touching 
tte rfm. nw eeere ttod at M-3«. 
the Westerners taok command in 
the five minutes of overtlnv TVn 
"eld goals hv l.ankv .Uc^ f , 
one by Arnie Bumatead and a Ires; 

n 



for 
the 



two free ahou by Bill Oodsall 
Montreal, spdt eMofy for 

Paclfl' <'i>ntt "iqvT-! 

1 \KK STHANi.l.KIIOI.I) 

Unl< V voriie idng to a miracle 
occurs, tonight s victory pracUcally 
cUnehee tha ehampMaship for the 
Vanoeuvar ontflt. Hm Osait aguad. 
after downing Victoria Btoe Rlb- 
h for the British CohuaMa title 
«cpt MMtward. defeating Raymond 

aispiii^CMai 



LMXimmm, icy., Apeo 38 (ap) 

— Twenty thousand barrels of 
whisky, some of it twenty-one years 
old. were deetroyed in a spectacu- 
lar $5,000,000 fire that swept the 
Sehehtoy- owned Jamee C. Pepper 
dtotUtory, nMr LeHngton. today. 

A night Watetanum. ntanley Travis. 

twentT-foiir. died in a I^exlngton 
hfwp. . i hums received when 

f'^M ;" ' »ern two blar.Ing build 

^ I ' > «tlg;\tors said the fiir 

.stAiUd early tills moming. when 
Travis threw saMHno Ma a heat- 
ing stove. 

The distUlery. established in ItTO. 
wae OM a< tha oidiit hlltoa OhMed 
Staiea. 



nrre^onnl Silver Woe T>et«r. 

Tiiinrf) to Innr Ilirli M ttutary 

rians on AdminiaLraUon 



WA8BINOT0N, April 38 (AP);— 
unimpressed by a White House 

compromise offer, the CongressloruU 
silver hlor today expressed deter- 
mination to continue with plans 
for forcing the Administration to 
give the nietAl a big and firm posi- 
tion in the nation's monetary «ys- 



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the 



Virtually all membem of the 
group predicted enactment of leg- 
islation at thii session making re- 
monetlsatlon of silver mandatory. 

President Roosevelt's suggestion 

was that an international agree- 
ment be negotlalad ah an to i the na- 
hiewaas tMr silver 
untn thstr monetary re- 

comLsted of TO per asnt gold 

and 30 i-i'-T rr;it. gfirrr. 

Pendh:k' < I'^ion of such a 

pact, he sailed Utat the laws al- 
ready give him 
la 



N anticipation of a aewara fofMt ftra gaaaoii. tha Provincial 

C i! -'.e* fias ratific'' ,T <;ninpent r:ew rn ^e ,,f fjre preventinn 

and ill c lighting regulations, which are designed to tighten 
matsflnlly provindal cmitrol «v«r pwva nU bia forait ootbraalm 
this year. Railway rompantes. lopKing camps, anr^ M r , en- 
eral public will all be afiected by the changes, in a thiee-point 
PTogrmmnt to laotan Hrw dsmaga to aCandinf timW. 

'ommercia; li>!;y>rtance are Cv.mpensatlr*!. for members of the 
In thr -ft .laHon.s under an public either volunteering or pressed 

into fire- fighting service in eases of 
emerge ncy, to l«be paid at the fol - 
lowtng latas: nreflgfalen^ twenty- 
flee eenta an haw; straw boaees 
thirty esBia aa toosr; foremen, forty 
etotos an bear; aooks. up to $4 . 
dav: rooks' metes. t7 5o a • > 



IN RiOU Tkil' 

am u 

Four Dog Teams Worn Qut 
on Slow Forty-Mile 
Streteh 



WINNIPKO. April 28 'CP> A. 
M Averv, of MiiniBotagan. Man . 
ft fl-shing MllaKc about 140 miles 
north of here, was In Winnipeg to- 
dn - • fi perilou.s fori v -mile JouT- 
n' the tlnsh-covered honey- 

coil :.e of Lake Winulpac to 
Ri\>'i>' i< railroad terminaL 

Avery received an urgent message 
to come at once to Wlna^^. At 4 
aja. lai* Thureday he set out by 
dog team and the first leg of the 
Xy n toy the lOrty-mile stretch to 
Rlverton tuuk seventeen hours and 
won out four dog teams. 

The needte-sharp Ice hummock.s 
on the wind-swept lake plaved havoc 
with the do«R' paws and after the 
first mile the do« driver was forced 
to cut up underwear and the lining 
of his coat to pad the Msodhig foet 
of his worn hii.skles. 

Two teams were required tO make 
the Rlxteen-mlle stretch to Hecla, a 
fl-shing village on the western shore 
of Lake Winnipeg. Crossing the 
lake, Avery carried a small skiff on 
the dog sleigh for fear of plunging 
thrmigh the spongy lee. Be waa 
waist-deep in water several times. 

At Hecto. Avery procured another 
team. It tosted eight miles, and the 
fourth set of dogs carried him 
through, but not before two of them 
had become eo worn out he had to 
■hoot them. He fltttohed the jour- 
ney to Itlverton with three anlmato 
and boarded the scBBt-waekly train 

for Wlnnlrvff 

TOKONIII liKIIHP 
mi lUIlVAL 



amended 



\cl. which will 
' :!;h\istlnn engines, 
Irv: i^!,! ,.ne t.rac' . ,r »;t;,,ri 

1.1,,^ ''i'lipmsnt wlUi which 

cial tools provided. 

SPARK ARRCIITinUI 

Railway . . 

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arresiuig tlevices lo Uie MiiafacUoti 
of forestry officials. On the gen- 
eral pubUe win fall an hijnaotlon 
all the authority to ref nUn hnm Ugbtlng flree ta pro- 
the sUvar pur-lhlMtad areas and the necesaity to 



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Ictoor camp-flrc grounds properly. 



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'• \.' "-arf.ed a lat^ 

" ' leparfment 
scale uivolves higher 

S.CelaaH4 



OTTAWA. Aprtl n (OP^^rrem 
the stag* of the littto Theatre to- 
T. Orem, Dominion 
adjudicator, an- 

that the Bemborough Tro- 
phy had been wrwi by Toronto Hart 
Bouse Players, firoiip No 3. The 
announcement came as a surprise 
followlntr the final performance of 
' . , the adjudicator last 

■<■■■<' " • Harvey, did not make 
thr inent until frvrral 

■» " hs alter Uie last performance 

The play presented by ih'- win- 
ning group was "Michael." by Mllas 
Malleaon. a one-act drama of Rus- 
sian life. It was the first ntoy en 
the programme tonight BO other 
awards 



ApparsnUy the adJiidtoatar 
to Uka tlHBi MiMiaar gi 




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THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA, B.C.. SU: JAY. APRIL 29. 1934 



SEE THIS 'Tleur 

GENERAL ELECTRIC 





and check these features 



V New 8l*r-a-D*r, tiwiag 



VSmw ChiUt C« 

•>f SkiiiUu Sm«I. N* cbip- 

I'lnK, iiifiiiiK ur p««lin(. 
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lor fixirl. l«iK« r<-a»l> att 



\ ( •nir*ll|r-lecal*4 fraaauic 
unit wMl UniBV iPMS Mi 

^lo tnttiag ■■hi 

\ So quiM y«a can mfmrtmly 
it t W H. 



Motorcycle^^jH^^f Bites the Dust 




MOVING? 
PACKING? 



LARGE 

IfODBRN 

VAlft 



If OVING?^If so. let STOCKBR'S do your 
work— 25 years* experience. Our mov- 
ini^ nen Iwve been with this finn 21 
y«vs. 

PACKING-p-Eiitlleh packers employed 
have the recommendation of nuuiy ol 
the omera of A^ctoria'a fiaeet 




PHONE 

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Ridem Arc thr Same the World Over. Here Is "Tiger" Lewis, Who Hails 
SpUhng During a Practice Run At the Wt«t Ham Stadium. Near JLoadon. 



PRICES FROM $189 
TBRMS AS LOW AS §10.00 MONTH 



JAMESON'S 

£iJECTiU€AL, Irilll, 

Cor n " H Vu w StTMtS E 1171 

GEN£KAL KLECTRIC LOWEST COST R£FRIG£KATION 



FEDEKAL LOANS 
10 BMTEO 

United States Plant to Give 
Financial Aid to Small 
Industriet 

WASltmOTON. April 28 <AP).— 



Bell Beerins Five-BUe 

Lawn Mowers 





Mo cheap dopartacnt 
•ton lawn mowtr 
orfw you at thkwT 
■peolal price. Made 
irlth ban bearings. It 
la eaay to rwn mu: 
clips the grass clean 
. .en. 




Wins Fortune in 

I reticii LoUery 

ORAVELBOUBO, Sask.. April 38 
(CP).— audden wealth, eatimated at 
$98,000, haa come to Mra. Kmest 
Dumont, who recently movtd from 
HodgevUle to Oravelbounr. 

Hie fortune followed an Unreit- 
ment of $1 In the French Govern- 
ment lottery, resulta of which were 
recently decided, lira. Dumont Is 
reported to hava w«n • Jfttm «( one 
million francs. 

Mr. and Mr^ D\imont operated 
a HodcevUle Hotel untU a few days 

V\OM \S lU H\i i) I(» l)|-..\IH 

MILWAITKEE. April 28 (APV— 
Viola B Jjon-storf. forty-elKht. mpm- 
brr of ono of Wl.scon.*iln's wcalthi- 
e.st fanilllps. was biirni^d tn death 
today. Ill lipr home on Hip twent'- 
flrst floor of an hotel, here. Tl 
charred body waa found on thc 
rioor. The fire waa anNunently 
started by a elfarette. 



ascendlae apoh «t the Xtatta6 na 

Lion. 

I NINTERKUPTED MABCH 
nils march will never be Inter- 
: ipted. bccauae the Italian people 
u) united eampaotiy araund my 
houM and tba JMeM 
In no other epoch la Ita 
and merltc, and wlU luifii, ahMia 
a greater deatlny." 

Regarding the three ixui t.. of 
xmparatlon, the monarch said: 
•Italy's officers muat have solid 
profeeskmal preparations and be 
animated by the fervor of youth 
F.'dpral Reserve loans to Klve smkll''*JCh 'la CharaCterUMc oT tht Ite^ 
bujslut'sse.s the finannnl liflp tlirv ■Minala BlUat be 

renewed and 'no OM liioilld be stir- 
;>ri5ed If military material ia made 
part of the schola.stir proframnie 



STATES CASE 




TOCKER'S 

ECURITY STORAQE CO., LTD. 

— Vietoris't Onijf Fireproof Wireliouse — 



Warehouse, 824 Johnaon St. 




Main Ofiice, 1010 filanabard St 




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cannot get fr.>:i! ..u.-r v 
approred toda> ;:.<■ .t ...-i'.. 
Ing committee. The ! : a;ii-' ' ' 
would allow about 8280.000,OOU to be 
uiad tai that maimor. 

Ofllclala have said they axpected 

such direct loans by the Inderal 

R«'vr\<» to go to bu.sinf.s.sp,s unable 
to nbtaiii loiin.i. from the regular 
iiaiiiifl.s Sucli direct loans, how- 
ever, would be In unusual cases. 
THBOUGH BSG1TLAB CHANNELS 
Mo.st of the kMBS would be made 
through regular banking channels 
with these banks bearing 20 per 
cent of the risk and the Federal 
Reserve the remainder. Tilt lOans 
would be for five years. 

Thus, In a roundabout way. the 
Gtovemment would extend to small 
Industries the same aid already 

given farmers, railroads, banks and 
various forms of national activity 
through the several emergency and 
permanent lending agencies that 
have bean set vp. 



Complttt Stock of 

1934 fiRAHAM 

On Display at Our 




THOS. PLIMLEYLTO 

1010 Yates St G 7161 



The New 

Beatty Ironer 

"Mm. Jones, where did you 
^rt the new beautiful table 

linen?'* 

"My dear, that is my old 

linen, iKMU'd Oil the new 

Beatty Washer Store 

Phone Q 7511 1609 Douclaa 




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Victoria Baj|;age 

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MILLWOOD 

$2.60 ^ 

O.OJk 

•M Csr« WM Mmb aatMl 
LonoiL O nimaa on Co^ Ltd. 

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LII'-READING 

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Trial Lttcont FTM 
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GARDEN SPRAYS 

For protecting Flowers, Flantf. nrults and 
VegetaMca a«alni* all gardta and otcImMI 
and fuaeoid growtka. 



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Canlhiacd from Page 1 

and two per?-.<)n.s \vh'>,<;e Identity 
Aa. guarded closely by Federal 
agenLs. No flha(|« was placed 
against the sofL 

■XTOKTIONIST KILLED 

Police Kuns. which barked In a 
,O0Untry raneten' neiir flower. Mo., 
braught fatal uound.s t> F r .-i n k 
Wood, forty-one. after lie l:ad re- 
ceived a packai^e ,>f dununy extor- 
tion money, which a note had di- 
rected be deltvarad to the vraveyard. 

A man Identified as Isldor "Zip" 
Pareagno was rtiot to death in front 
' I Harlem store, nt New York. He 
WHS a fninier aide to .Joey Rao. nt 
nnp tiM','" R(rus<-il of "lxi#i,sing" the 
Welfare Island Prison, where he was 
confined. 

Armed guards were stationed at 
I'hiladeiphla Hospital to prevent 
another gangland attempt to as- 
sassinate Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Fon- 
taine, who wa.s found, left for dead, 
in a gang hide-out. Tlmrsday. 

Six suspecLs were under arrest 
at CThlcago In connection with the 
slaying of one man ancl the criti- 
cal wounding of another in a tav- 
ern hold -up. 

CENTREO IN ST. PAI'L 

Tlip marathon hunt cent rali7.ed in 
tile St Paul-Mlnnpapoll.*; area Po- 
lice received reports that Oeorge 
"Baby Face" Nelson was headed 
this way after being wounded by 
a deputy sheriff at Superior, Wis., 
and that Tommy Carroll was bound 
for the same destlnattlon. 

Both Camdl and Nelson, gun- 
men and bank robbers, htve been 
with Dllllnger. John Hamilton. 
Homer van Meter and other crimi- 
nals In recent weeks Nelison killed 
a Oovprnment agent near Mercer. 
Wl.s . la.st .Sunday, hid out for Iwn 
days In an Indian's shack and has 
oeen puraneo 



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Contlnwed fram Page 1 

;><rf. ' (lency. which 

"V '■:'''r !> ■ offlf>er'< ma- 




BUTTF-R DOWM AOAUff 

FR£SH CRibAMEKY BUITfiJL 

at# lb.; a no. f» 




\, !(»r EninuiiuiPl f.aJiked by 
< . ow n Prince Humbert and Premier 
MusaoUnL and with Queen Elena 
looking down from the royal box. 
was Ttforeody applauded by the 
Senatcn. tlw m newly-eleeled dep- 
uties, and otber statesmen as he re- 
counted the deTflopments of the 

F X AMPLE TO WORLD 

Italy has given the wortd an 
pxampie of dlBClpllned eeooomle 
forrpji. havtac ataned in IflO, only 

t)<;r'r .' .irs before the crisis which 
p'ri hini.v resulted to other na- 
roi. owing bar leatft" Ba MaJ 

oolitll.wr to 'ol,' .1 tl N of i.;>r 
rtflc '^li ,B l» •: M ' ■! 'i;':. ' ,»-ii,ilr 
f>«rtu u'.ar'v nni; Ixjring sLate*. and 
with ttwice up'>ii whom the develop- 
ment and future of Western etvUia»> 
tton wffl dapeod. 

"Italy iMC worked and win work to 
try to sQlTe same oftbe urgent 
problem « affecting ISMpaaM and 
world widp ordpr 

N'oT i 't a: i .g the hardahlp' 
of the times. 



m high schools aud universities.' 

He referred Indirectly to Premier 
Mussolini's Indicated Intcntton of 
asking the Chamber to abolish 

Itself when he .said: 

APPBOVE TRANSFORMATION 
•"It also seems that this 

new development can but lead to 
constitutional transformation — a 
transformatkm which the Italian 
people approve d in an imposing 
plebl.'^rite on March 25." 

The lialiim colonics have been 
COmplel<>ly pacified, iie went on, 
and the most prcs.sing proljlem now 
Is balancing the budget for "to a 
balanced budget is bound the fate 
of puMie and private demands." 

WILL APPLY lOKfST 
mm ULlilJUW 

Continued from I'agr 1 
rates for timekeepers and cooks' 
mates, 'and lower for packers and 
punpnien. 

RAVE FI'LL POWER 
Any officer or emplovcp of the 
f(Ui\st .service may iii'pie.'^.s the 
public into fire fi^'hti^l^' sliould an 
emergency exist, witli full authority 
to do so under the law. 

Operating in closed season within 
half a mile of any forest or wood. 
"locomotlTes. traetlon engines, log-, 
King , engines, portable engines, orf 
stationary engines" must each be I 
provided with .six two-quart buckets, 
six shovels, three axps and three 
mattocks, painted red Mobile en- 
gines, or portable one.i. niav reduce 
this equipment to one bucket, one 
shovel, and either an axe or a 
mattock. 

Steam engines must be equipped 
with adequate mark-arresting de- 
vices, and pumpe to force a stream 
of water fifty feet above the level 
of the pump with 300 feet of hose 
of one-Inch size or better. 

LESSENING THE HAZABD 
Apart from locomotives, a radius 
of aoo feet In all dhwctions from 
any working engine in the woods 
must be kept continuously wet if 
the degree of humidity falls below 
50 per cent. The original regula- 
tlon.s provided for such precaution 
nt a humidity reading of 60 per cent 
Applying to all Industrial or 
logging operations within half a 
mUc of a wood In Closed sessons, 
standby equipment must be kept for 
each detafl of twehw men eni^oyed 
In such camps, to the extent of six 
buckets, six shovels, three axes and 
three mattocks for each gang of 
twelve men. Under exeepHonsl cir- 
cumstances this pear msv be re- 
duced, but only with permission of 
the department and for a llmltart 
period of time. 

PORTABLE PtTMPS 

Tn every nperutlng division or 
lof^glng ejiinp where brtween fifty 
and 200 men are employed, a por- 
table gaAoline fire-flghtlng pump 
mu.st bp kept, with 1.000 feet of 
one-and-B linlf inch discharge hoee 
For camp.-; r.r more than 200 men 
and in, two such pumps and a«000 
fppt of hoee aia raqalred to be avau- 
able. 

No person may Ught a fire In anv 
woodland nrea where notlce<i ; ■ 
hlbltlng fires are posted by th'- dp 
partment Where fires are per- 
miaaible, fhev rri'Ltt he p'-ired f/>n 
feet from ati «.••.•> ;i ' ■ - >. -id 
the ground cleared for three feet 
In an direetloML 

New Marcel 

Introduced 

Chsttr.n Hpnii'v P,Tr1or«: Show 

the Croquignoie Mai eel for the 
Flnt TIflM in Victoria 

ItliS T>i1c1p ' : ( ! a; 

Inn TV-iDll \ JWi .•, ■ :M I r. I !, . 

Vlr'o'.ft '■".■rn I • "< ,A!:g'- «'!ir;-< 
slir liiiK \tf-)' ;!,r at !'.«> 'n;i;oii.n 

tl'^lisr (-Vr-iiiw.l of H»>n;r^ I'lil'iif tr. 

fliat cUy. She introduces to Vic- 

t >ria the new croqaifBela Maieei. 
a type which has not yet been 
shown here. This new syatem has a 
taoaar Ufa tlwn the average maroel 
at the eaae time being adaptable 
to many dUTerent forms of colfTeur, 
riving a soft, plea-ilng pfTrcf Ml.sa 

r^\.,^■l•■ •«;.:;•. .wt M'.-f -» . -i III 
"i'Tnot: t.f rn i' i" r.'i- N'l' 

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Oefonoo Counsel Says Sen- 
ator Planta Should Not 
Be Proseouted 

NANAIMO. AprU U. — That the 
poUaa eewt aeUen afataat Senator 

A. E. Planta was In the nature of a 
per-vecutl'-n rather than a prosecu- 
Mon ar.d li.,.' if any case ever did 
exi.st. It was a civil and not a crimi- 
nal one. was the declaration of Vic- 
tor B. Harrison, counsel for Senator 
Planta, in police court here today. 
Mr. Harrison further declared that, 
in any event, if any complaint of a 

civil character did exist it should 
have been directed against the in- 
corporated c<niipany of which the 
senator was an officer, and not 
against him per:<on:tn.\ 

Magistrate C. H. Beevor-Potts, 
after hearing defence eouns^ ad- 
journed his decl.*;!" ' Monday. 
MORTGA<.K DEAL 

The action was based on a charge 
of conversion of $700 recdved from 
Henry Aho, in 1931, althoi«h in the 

witness box Mr. Aho admitted that 
he had received" the money which 
he had advanced on a mortKaRe. 

'Hu" allecations were to the effect 
Ui.r W.' I I,. Hernard had (;one to 
the firm of A. £. Planta about five 
years ago to borrow money on her 
p roper ty and had atpied a mortgage 
form In blank. Later, it was said, 
she had made other arrangements 
and instructed that the mortgage 
be not executed, but de.stroyed In 
IMl, It was averred, Mr. Aho had 
advanced mom v .uh! had been given 
security on the Bernard property. 
He was paid interest and was re- 
paid the principal as well. 

On these grounds, Mr. Harrison 



I hntiiiiiiHi Imtnnv 
Hvtuins A IV Due 

Tomorrow in CUy 



INAL date fo- 



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turns without penalty occur.*- 
on Monday, April 30. The lo- 
cal office in the Postoffice 
will remain open until 7 p.m. 
tomorrow to facilitate returns. 
Retome are revilred from sin- 
gle persona earning 11,000 or 
more; from Banrled persons 
earning $14100 or more and 
from persons in bu.slness or 
professions. Exemplloii.s and 
rales of taxation remain iin- 
ctianged. For single persons 
the exemption 1.5 $1,000; for 
married persons, $3,000, and 
$400 for each depan d ant ehUd 
under age. Tbxae par cent is 
chkrged on the flrat 11,000 of 
taxable income; 4 per cent on 
the second $1,000 : 6 per cent 
f n the next $1,000, etc A .sur- 
tax applies on higher incomes. 



twlnners, wlU travel to v.uiiiHivir t. 

till' <i',i-al Whi Vt'iMuii,- 
MalMland ( iimuplou.s loi tin- \!a\o! 
! 1* Tavloi ('i;p .svii.liolii n; 
iJrltish Coiu ibia title, nie fn!- 
reached the final last year, luMuk 
out after a close match. Four play- 
ers iu; 1 i.'ie sports committee Chair- 1 
man, J. Johaaoo. will make the trtp. 

mm mi is 

TAKEN Br DEATH 




Market StaU 
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Proprietor gaeewaW' 



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contended, action. If any, was a civil 
one and should have been directed During the i 
against the firm and iMt the In- 
dividual. 



Cue TntfJiieg to 

lie I* n sculrd at 

Annual Banquet 



Presentation of cups and prizes 
won during the season in the Inter- 
Servloe Billiard League win be pre- 
sented at a smoking eoooert to be 
held in the Veterans of Prance 
Wednesday, May 10, it was an- 
nounced yesterday by Secretary 
Bowlt. Members of winning teams 
and others connected with the 
league are Imdted to attend 

This Saturday, Pro Pauia, 



The Victoria Public Market atal< 
proprietors were sad yeet«day. 

• ' > market opening, word 

Aa.s received from Vancouver that 

alter Adye. aged flfty-nina 
of Miller Avenue, Saanleh, 
away on ftiday in the Tmlnai 
City. Mr. Adye was the ovnar of 
a butcher's stall bearing his name In 
the market f - ; • mn,- i 

Bom in Fr.vm W: ^r|vp can.e 
to Victoria . a(.;o 

eai War lie was over- 
seas and was a lalefBII Of the Vi- 
dian campaign. 

He is .survned by hus widow, two 
daughters. Bessie May and Ollvis 
Kate, and one aoo, Walter Oeorge 
Adye, aU at hoaM. and ralaUm in 
England. 

Funeral services win be held on 
T^je.sday afternoon, at 2 ocUx-k at 
McCall Bras ■ runeral Home Rev 
F. Comlev \'in ofTlriatp and inter 
ment win h<- u 



uron&£rie 

HoaroAoa conpoaffriMii 
A Canadian IiisiitiHlwi 

610 View Street 
H. B. Hunter, Manager 



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DOW BAKKtO 

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BOMBAY, AprU 38 (BUV)^The 
Bombay Medieal Aseedatlon, the 

Bombay Medical Society and the 
Bombay Branch of the Brititfl IM- 
^ leal A MO ffl a tl e n have req u es to d Ilia 

( oiwood Burlal Park.!*^**^'''^'"^"^ Tna\& to prevent or 
restrict the immigration of foreign 
■BASOroi TN CAMIBA {doetori to India. 

This 



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because. 



VANCOUVER. April 3$ (CP).-|^ 
The British Ooiumbla Board of in- weeks, between 

dustrlal Relations today heard eri-j thirty and forty foreign doctors, 

dence of taxlcab operators, canner.-^ nio.',tly f.ermans, who have been 
bakery and tarmery employe^: All debarred by the CJerman Govem- 
lirarings were in eanif i ■ ' ..ard ment from practUlng In their own 
local I will not sit here next week. I country, have arrived in 





The ftraliam is the only • ar itil 
Outboard bprings, placed outiid9 
the fraao, ImmIi front and raar. 

Thii gre:itrr <!isr:»rn e hefwpen 
springs means less hIihik «nii snie- 
s»a\ And tbO^(ini;<i ,irr lon^ and 

lot mbooiIh kfOl Cidiof. 



Tlli; low price ol liic new CjXAhani *ptalis for 
itself. AimI dio car flpMkt for IimI& It la biggi , 

to- «n 1 ; . t 1 I C i n( h w he (]!>.! sO SlX. 1 ■ OCll 
\«, ' i f I ! 1 M 1 I )■ i 1 ! "■ *^ ^ I ni h f r ( I nt sc 1 1 % f < , r t h ? < '• 
pASseagcrs. (Jcar-vision vcatilatioa. More 
power aod pick-up. A **ft«r' oC itg owa witli 
respocc to roadabiUtr aod oooifofi^ b taiBaa of 
Outboard Springs, Banjo Ij.iU!' > . ■ !< tread» 

Gconi < f r 1 ( ^f> . f I nv; (,<>()ie I f I and i V ■ this caf 
— COiiipaiL iL, \aluc fur value, wilii <injr other 

car ia Its prica<iaad, and ouny that coat more 

SIIMniCNAK#iS— Tlw mm Guikmm Cmitom i ,fihf /, rA« 
tfth p tpm Um pHn ccr t^mipptd with ctntrlfrngMl Sm^tr, h^. ^r-r 

47 . inrrraxr in p »U ' *r wtttmml tarrrfiriitg n nnnmy' ff'i a "rt, th- til 

tn f- ■<.,/ • • ■»»«•'■/'»./.«/•„(/ I. ( I ,, , y,,., ,i ,i ' , /■■>-•. , , , p, , , 



Tn r )ir f ! < !. ,i ; o fl,r r r I r a ] 
ihruiJ^li a baiJ|o-sha^>i;<J Op0MBf §0 

the frame. The cofflbioed weight of 
axlaaod rear wheels helps to in< hnr 
iha car to the road, especially u%cr 
baapa aad arfd sharB mnm*- 



PllCif NOW MANOi ftdM 



It IS with profound , pointment. at ihe Ciiatum Beauty > 
iBaa X fDOBV the 1 Baton. WMvarth BriMhv. ^1 



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THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA, B.C., SUNDAY. APRIL 29> 1934 



I 



Weird Story of 
Wolf Man of B.C. 
Coast Is Denied 

FurtlMT Tcriuuur Telk RmI Story of Uafortonale 
HMqniat Indlaii About Wkom GvlBblo buM- 
irldiuik HaTO Mude ]>eplorable Attcrtioiis 
—Wm Um u nd Among His People 

RECENTLY published stories of a sfiisational character 
•t>out a deformed native who died in 1927 on the West 
Coatt of Vancouver Island, hare arovaad tiM indignation 

of both Indian and white reaidents of the district The objec- 
tionable story originated in a Vancouver paper, and was 

reprinted elsewhere in Canada. 

'rtie wlM !«!(■ alleKed lliat TU-ito any (l«*<--«-nt man In Hiiolhrr 
mati!>^<>> » <1''fo: rn»<l old inaii, wlio v'llliK • >!' ' 'n" Wi:\[ Cui-sl r<Tlaln 
WeA turttK'i unlai l ;tnatf in bt-liiK whu^iM-ih wi-rt- dlllkf fii 1 1 v n-ix-iiffd bv 

daaob and blind, had the character- 



To Scare Peddlers Away 




er a vlkl anhnal and wm 
his people as "The 
Wolf Man"; that ksepers vete ap- 

ixjiiit-ed for him. and that trtbee- 
a.scribed to him strange powets, 

e.sijei-'.a'.!', -a'k'ii h*- tuivrd at the 
moon 'rh'-. f a:;(>', i' are refuted 
by l)<■IS()n.^ vi.!n» k.n« A I'Umaghka, 

and Hi \ A!;!:i"iiv I^ifiaar. ORB.. 



lntere«t«'<l l)lil tl^'.^, l ulin'.na! 'nn In 
the title, ani >ng l^>un''^ an<1 !h-hiI^ 

leu thrill producer!, 'The Wolf -Man 
Frtan Ifsmilst ' 

•Tllmect^a was kora the youaf- 
est of seven eldldrsn la a family 

of noble parentage anumff Indians. 

His name slgnlHes hla right to rank 

and privilege In the Hesqulat tribe; 

It ha5 been known for centuries In 



«!,(> U ;i;nil-.! 1 : lo the natsvf.s of !n> faiiiUv I' (IfflrnU'ly doe.s not 

the West CotiM, and v.h<. had m:u1<- :i.«^rti; ■f.o]'. man nr nijv'hinK like It. 

• sttidy Of their .': " iuls l >: Hi.s m-'k! Him..' / ious«fd lo 
warded to The Coionut 
story of the Indian. 

la lUs 



the real 

letter. 



TOtnUSTfl THRILLED 

"RisjeTitIv my scientific Interest 
> ,1' L-j'-t-ti ^;>:'red to niakr an ex- 
haustive iiearch into ttif I f'- liabits, 
traits and pbyslca. . na : i< ■ - rlstlcs 
of an Individual almost famous In 
his dSf SBBODg his contemporary 
Indians, and notortous amooc thrill - 
seeklnc transient tourists who swal- 
lowed 'hook, lino and stalker* etery 
UU. Impoaslble story about him. 

"Tlimaghka was an Indlsn, 
orlf^ed horribly from Mrth. who 
wmM have been an ohjeet of pity 



Uiat tribe at I'ad< iMa win) welcomed 
the Spanish Captain Perez In 1774 
before Captain Oook had anchored 
in ReeolutloB Oeve In im 

S()N<. OF WKI,( OMK 
DescendunLs ol the .sain«' Hamo- 
tutlh, nephews and grand-ntplu'w s 
of Tllmaahka, still own and sing a 
•ong oomposed as Perez drew nearer 
and nearer to PadcUta. 

" 'Our house totem stands on the 
seal 

" (Chorus) "The white spirits are 
our genu I 

"'Our wall stands on the oceani' 
(Chorus repeated). 

"The chorus, 'llamatlnekslsh chs- 




PikDDLERS and Uinerants generally will i titainly siccr ilra! of Mrs. 
Bdward ChnrchUl's home at Oakvilie, m Suianu t'uunty. Cai. When 
she returned to Ian Frsadsee reeently abosrd the Dollar liner Presi- 
dent Coolidge from BaU, ia the laodi Sea Islss, she brooght a hideous 
<^,r r . ! iu r mfak, wMck ah« v«<re she wffl doa whenever the 
It il thie amA need by dM asthrea ol Ball to frighten 
away evil iplrlla 



dooi Licil I ingn. 



PERFECTION 



EMfTerent from the ordinary, we seek perfection la 

endrav. : m. 1 1 .: . " - art and sdenee Of pcepartm, 

preserving aiiU Ui.^ix : medicines. 



roar 

ST 



uss 



PIG6LY WIGGLY 



Monday SPECIALS TMsday 

2Loava.15C 

\ ' B. ft K. 

25c 



MRS. DRAKE'S WRAPPED 
BREAD 

Marmalade— Empress 

nier, 32-oz. 
Per jar 

Suadsle Pore Plum 
Jam— 4-1b. Per tin 



35c 



7 ^ r 

'eni>"rrt. Per tin 12** 
I'meapple Juice— Libl)y's, 14' 

1!^ 91c 

Beckist Ontario Honey— 
2*lb. tin .............MM.— ~......^9d 

11 or. .iflass 

4yj-lb. tin ^ RR** 

CautetfsTa taawllake 

ledes» large. Per 

Try's Mre Cocoe, 

^•Ib. Per tia~^ 

Heias Keldnip- 120^ 



B. ft K. Oatmeal— 5-lb. ^ISm 
Per bag COQ 



Bakeasy Shortening — 
a lbs. for..- — 



Post Bran Plakei 

I'er pkg _ 

Post Toaetie^ 
Per pkg. 

Crape-Nuts— 

Per pkg 



15c 
200 



Smsll 
Large 



15c 

13c 
15c 
14e 

Boulrrel Bread Peaant Butter, 

1'$, per tin 

2J4'i, per tin 

Lihby's K r at- 16-oe. 

Per till 

Crescent Shortening 
Per Ibk 



Heiaa Viaegafw 

16^-os. 

33-os. 

Ssanich Loganberries 

2'». •QTial Prr tin 

Aylmer Soups — i v 
ccpt chicken, S tint 

AyWUr Spinech-2's. 
Ptr tin 



Dinamite Cereal — 
Per pkg. 

Puffed Wheat— 

I'cr i<Un 

Puffed Ric^ 
Per picg. 

Big Bath Soai>— 

Per liar 



Calay Soap— i 
Per bar ..... 



19c 
L 10c 

8c 

.15c 
__15c 
10c 
_12ic 
_ 5c 

5c 

5c 
19c 



5c 
10c 



Laytrix Health Sosp — 

Per bar _ _ _ 

Pore Maple Syrup— 

BuLkei tield's Pantakr Flour - 

J2ic 

Spratt's Dog Foods— 

Dog Cakes, 5 lb. Bag, 49^ 

C.L.O. or Ovals. 2yi-lb. Per 
bag 

Union Hand O saae r -- 

Per tin 

Dutch Clesnser— 
Per tia,94i t tins 



8c 
25c 



— 719 Fort Streel^BAT SPBCIALi-73i Port Street 

LAMB STEW _ — Lb. lOf 

BOUND STEAK Lb. 

BBBP SAUSAGB Lb. 10# 



.7] 



CORDOVA BAY 



$2650 



$ 950 

$ 660 

$ 350 



\ MODERN BUNGALOW CONTAIN- 

iiii;^ li\ ini^ rooiii nnd stmronm^ 2 bedrr^Dins 
and batlnoon), kitciicn and iar^r attic, 
good feaacment; one-third acre of garden ; 
sra view; on p.T\rd roa<l ; city li^'it -t"' 
water. Or will exchange for house and 
amall acreage. 

\V A T K K K i< ( ) .\ T, J 1ST V.\ ST 
Mount Douglas Park, 5-room bungalow ; 
beautiful view;, city water. 



W.VTKKl'RONT 
room ihack. 



LOT AND TWO- 



l OR TWO LARGE LOTS (^X GOOD 
road, close to the sea ; well treed. 



COLES, HOW£LL & CO.. LTD. 

bJtt View Street G IQii 

AUTOM9 »"^ Aun pna imuKAwai 

ij i *>u. lif 1(111 f ' a Ihni >t . / ti I n I "Ju'J ur I njuf' 
riii/M'*/. ( iiU tutil *>vt' Out I tutincfi 



gha.' reslly means literally The 

floatlng-housft genii are ours.' and 
heru-p the name now applied to all 
white men by the West Coast tribes 
'MamaUne' (floating-house dwel]«r). 

"However, to return to Tllmaghka 
as a character Mudy. he was alwav- 
respected In his r\ghis and rank, a 
well as for his personality. 

"Despite his repulsive shi^iw and 
twisted face, despite being dtimb 
and blind In one eye. he was a uni- 
versal favorite, a i>pr.sonal friend of 
more IiKiian.s of hi.s tlinp than per- 
haps anv other. He was Intelligent 
beyond many others, a < !rvt>r actor, 
mimic, comedian and .ci < 
composed many Indian ><<inis. and 
entertained at many potlache.s from 
Clayoquot to Kyuquoi. He was in 
great demand and traveled a grea* 
deal by steamer. Definitely and 
emphatically he waji not jrovemed 
by animal tr, i .s. 
WAS l.NULhlKlOlS 

'Tlimaghka was useful sawing 
wood, washing and mending clothes, 
rocking and minding children, troll- 
ing for .salmon, and at planting gar- 
den.'. He earned enough begging 
nickels from touri.st.s to pav his fare, 
and sponged on noi)ody. as his per- 
sonal pride fort)ade u. 

"Tllmaghka could cook his own 
food and ate with the same table 
manners as anyone of his tribe, ho 
certainly never growled over his 
fo-d. and his teeth were even. He 
rot dangerous or to be feap;d 
In a .siipcrstltiou-s way. for well the i 
Indian.s knew that he walked on all 
four borau.se his back was humped I 
at about the region of hLs kidney.s, | 
and that he was dumb wa.s m^ i • 
cohisidience. His appearance was 
not repulsive to his friends, for they 
appreeiated the heart of gold they 
knew and loved. 

"•nimaghka did not "bay at thei 
moon; nor did he have appointed 
keepons. The,se are fMthy false- 
horKts. disgusting to hl.s friends' atxl | 
llvlnK relatives, as well as to any 
Intelligent men In Stores or on 
.steamers who ramr latO lOtereitlag 
contact with him. 

PASSDfO MOITBIfSD' 
"According tO parish records at' 
Tlesqulat, Tllmaghka died In 1927, ol 
uiflurnza, at elphty-two years of 
age; his mother died In 1897, aged 
eighty-four. His passing was be- 
wailed long and sincerely by a host 
of friends and relatives In every 
tribe of the Nootkan stock. 

"In his life kind, considerate, hu- 
morous, sympathetic and useful, the 
favorite of all, the friend of Father 
Hrahant. a devout ch\irch-goer, 
altliounh unbaptized, in hi.s death 
he has somehow- now become 'The 
Wolf-Miui of Brltl.sli Columbia.' 

"Poor, lovable rimiauhka Ls rr- 
n i " ' . pd for what he was In life 
1 -he loved; by Dewdney, the 

bUnd seer of Hesqulat; by Harry 
Ishka, his nephew, himself now over 
eighty and bent dotible with the load 
of his years: by UbaMue Boberts. 
another nephew, whose memory is 
undlmmed with the flight of time; 
by Thomas Lucas, a grand-nephew, 
and pillar of the church; by fotir 
great-grand-nephews, who remem- 
ber fondly the many times they 
were rocked to .sle<.p in liLs anri.s. 
three (jreal - great - grand - nephew."; 
( ould Ju.st recall having seen him. 

"These Indians unite with the 
white settlers of this coast in re- 
Jeotlag ewphatk^ally any slur on 
Tllmaghlca's memory." 

World's Oldest 
In Sorry Shape 

IBTANBUL. Turkey. AprU at (AP) 
.— Saro Agha, who claims to be i no 
and the world's oldest man, was in 
a Krave condition, today, with an 
acute disorder. 

Three specialist.* held a ron.siil- 
laiion over the a»<i ''. ' '■- ' :.• >.i^ 
K moved t^) the Nali.>iiiii ( lii.di.-i, <. 
H<xspiiHl I hi- speclall.st.s expres.srd 
uMaslneas over his condition. 



JUHN UlTLUt IS 

urn ru M 



'PECUUARJAW 

IS IDENTIFIED 

Mrs. R. A. Banr $Mures 
Dewription WMoh Ends 
Sooke Myittry 

Mr^i H. A. Barr. of aOS Roeebcrry 
A venues haa solved the mystery 
wliK h surrounded the dlMOVery of 
a peculiar jawtxme found at flooke 
fiome rV^**W ago, and wluch v.a.s 
quite puzzling as It had ail Uie ap- 
tiearance of a large snake's mouth. 

of the type aal aattva la tMa aoun- 

try. 

She irtentlfuxl the luwbone t)y 

hendlng a picture Itiat appeared Hi 

The I>iilly ('ol<>Ml.^t, ft hi -I vMlh 

the accomjianying sUury, to her son 

in-uw, DuMaa IL ABaa, aoologlit in 

Toronto. 

Mr. AUaa, afMr <a>FiHI tba ple- 
tuta elosaiy, says the lower jaw is 

of one of the ElasmObreaeh fishes, a 

^rrl)ll|) iif fuhes wh.ich include thf 

shark, skiilc and ray. and of which 
Ihi- ( .iMunon <loKfish ( k c ii u > 
.H(iuaku,si I, an cxHmplf Mr. Allan 
at thi' opinion thai t ! n- JSNT IS thai 

of the common dogli&li. 

BooLoours ontaoft 

Q\u>' nm from thf letter. Mr. Allan 
•iv.s' I hi- keletcm Is entirely eati 

laKin^ai.-, no bone at all. and thr 
li-i-ili an- H coiitunnt Ion of Ihi- pa 
r iid vail-' losiTl.'/f' llir 1)'k!; .il il 

extend with the skm over ili. ;> 
and Into the mouth, where tt 
course are much larger, but oi ti > 
saane typical shape and arrangemei 
as on the back of the animal. 

*The Blesaiobrenehs are the mo 
primitive of present-day flShes, 8»: 
the Jaw, here pictured. Illustrates Uh 
bcKlnnlnp of the evolution of teeth 
into all the diveisitied dentition-, 
\\hi('h we find in the vajious :' 
ctjrate.s. beginning with fLsh and 
sing on through amphibians, rej • • 
birds and mammals, both exiuici 
and aidant" 



K4-stdeitt "I t..i I hirteen 

Years sm umNs .it K' silence 
—Funeral Xueixlay 



John Littler, aged seventy-nine 
years, passed away, last night, at 
his home, 1239 Beach Drive A n.iiive 
of Knowsby, Lancashire. KuKland 
He Mr Littler came to Victoria in 1921 



Fire-Scared 

]\ oiiHiii Leaps 

To Her Death 



TORONTO, April 28 (CP). — 



Previous to this he had resided In '^^^P''^ *» "PP*" " 
i^iG>M/u0 M/ «i blazing hou.se. early today. Miss 



Whmlpeg from 1904 untU 1920. He 
le survived by fats widow, at home 
The remains an resting at Thom- 
son's Funeral Home, where services 
wtU be conducted on Tuesday, at 
2:30 o'clock IntermeiU will be made 
In Colwood Burial Park. It is re- 
quested no flowen be sent. 



TOlAo. April 38 (CP-Havas).— 
Sir Francis Lindley, British Ambas- 
sador to Japan, left for London, to- 
day, by way of Canada. 



Edith Archer, domestic, leaped to 
her death from a third-story win- 
dow. 

Miss Archer became frantic when 
the flames, starting in the top 
floor of the home of George War- 
wick, out off her way to eeoapa. A 
few minutes after she had beeome 
terror-strteken. the four other mem- 
bers of the household became aware 
of the fire and summoned the de- 
partment. Firemen arrived in time 
to save the others. 



ON SALE MONDAY 

At Reduced Prices 

Suits, Coats 

^^^^^^ • 

and Dresses 

Displayed in Recent 
Fashion Show 

NO TWO STYLES ALIKE 



EVERY GARMENT 
FMBRAC FS THE 
VERY LAIEST 
STYLE TENDENCIES 



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I 



Special Nemo -Flex Demoustratioa 

'For Oii# Weekt Commeiiciiig Monday, Apfl SO 

For one week, Miss Ida Martyn, corsetiere, will demonstrate the new 
models of "Nemo-flex" Foundation Garments in the Corset Department. Yon 

arc invited to ask her aid in choosin^^ tlic proper type of g^arment for your 
figure. If >ou wish, appointment may be made by telephont* 



T 




SALUTE THF 
I'm. INI' If 



Champion — THE V-tvpp 

IimKIs r\crv major record on 

land, un v\alcr and iii ttic air. . 

It haa tlw atuff that makes a winner In any 
grueling test . . . speed to > ti < •>! i id 
tin- endurance (< ■ !v .!.! <'i <• h n ! i ■ ■ i hf f u i , - h f . o 
it takes muit liim speed to \Mn under the 
severest racmii conditions. It takes cfficianoy of 
a raro order and tho ability to kaap loing nHian 

th( idli< I s drop out. 

I 11 .It s v\ !i \ rccot <l-l)i I I k I iu< .1 lit. Ill imIuIc:. «prr< I 
ho, Its .ilid SI ipl ,ini «. list- lh( \ -l>[u < ni^nic And 



! 1 I these \' t\pe rnjtlne^, 
the 1' urd V • H can take it. 

Right there is the raaaon 
for tho outatuiding p o r lorm a aoa of Ao Now 

FonI V-^ otfier low-price car can match it 
on the road because iu> niiu i !■ >vn -pi u e ciit ha< n 
V>8 ongine. Fact is, you have tu pay mure than 
94000 to gat a V-type eight-cyliodor ongino in any 
other atttomobilo but Ford. 

Wc iii\ itc yoii to drive the New Ford V»8 and 

iri i( fell ><iii i(< own rc\ ealin|l story ol pOrfomi" 
note, s.ifct>, tonifiut iiiul citummy. 



*34 AMONia 

with remsonable down payment 
NOW BUYS A NEW FORD V«8 

Tlie Pofd Motor Company of Canada. Limited, •■• 

noiinrea naw eOBVcnient term* of pavment in accord. 
■ nre with their policv of mikinit With quality treaspor- 

taiion nvailiKle to rvrryhodv at low 
(he new tmall mrinthly payment!: 



Da Luxe Phaeton . %i4 
Standard ( ioiipe . . 34 
Da Luxe Roadatar . 3S 
Standard Tudor ... SI 



Da Luxe Coupe . , . %iS 
I)c Luxe Tuder . • . 37 
Standard Fordor . . 37 
Cabriolet 37 



Da Lux* Fordor . . . . f39 
SBB YOUa VOCAL POBD OBALBB POB DETAILS 



J 1/ Hire Swift to 

Moie lo Qucaiicl 



QUE8NEL, BC . A;in: :R K'l'i 
Ftfl'-lrnrv of ' a r> ;>..'■..■ .-.r",. 

■ . ■n'-tratoi! • ' ' i" • • 
Ing notined i>f a ri>t>t>et>. IIk-) liad 
the culprit arrested, tried and sen- 
tenced, all within eighteen hours 

OonsUblM O. H. Bradley and 
Oeone Laeeombe. netlfled that a 
quantity tt maunf had besn stolen 
ttoai a loeal rancher, arreeted Mau- 
rk» Mepcler, Van«>uTrr The sus- 
pect wa.s tried ari'l • ■! . ■ leted to 
serve thirty days In o&kaiia. 



"in ncm ask another woman to 
marry me as lent as I Ure." 

What" Refused 
Mo. Aoccpteti." 




TUNS IN FRED WAJUNG mi HIS PENNSYLVANIANS. GUrUmt mmtk, Fmm 

NEW FORD V-8 



fMSf tlma, £e«rjr Smmdtijt mU Tkm$dtf might ml 9iH (EJ)JJ^, C*lmmhU Mnmdtmtttmg Mpti^ 

TBM MOMT MeONOmCdt POMD CAM MTMM BUtLT. 

tVUD MUJUM LOMtAl^k. Ui\ LAisAUA, UMlItD 



THE DAILY (^( )f .OX IS I'. V ICTORI A. I', C . SUr.'DAV. A I'K I L 20. 1<>34 



The Daily Colonist 



Prtiitlng and Pub: 
IJmlled TiUWllty. 



J L. Tail. Mariaginij -Director 

ButecrlpUon ftairs by c:arrler and by Mail In OUtrlcU 
QOOtliUoiu to Victoria. Bcrved Iqr OfkiiM 

CUv OMcrltn; 

Monthly — ..— ■■ ■ 4.00 



Ali aubainlptlon ratea payabto In 

requested Uj make all n 
to nie Dally Colonist. 
BiiiUis \n ordering etianKC ol addresa aliould be 
pailK uUr to give lK)th old and new a'ldresis. 
Subsrrlptlon Rates by Mall: 
To Canada, QnaA BriUOo. Um United SUtei and 

Ihrti^ mam MMi M 0a*t: 
■Bif*TMrlr I ■■ 3 DO 



It U claiiacU ihut a ciUlf IB ^apSDMe history, 
ptrhaiM. too. a erllls lli world history, will cume 
la 1038. It Is ;i sonifwhat Idle game to at- 
tempt to prophaiy ubuut iucli matters, for the 
cs|)«et«4 hM an vaopteted way of never hap- 
pening, but there are condltlon.s in the making 
that point to certain conclusions, huwever 
cmmMNia they may pro?* tventaaSy. The Jap- 
an* s.- bu(i(.'i • f r I'>34 1935 rontaliis, out of a 
total ol 2,U1,UU0,UU0 yen, an appropriation ul 
M7,000,000 y«n for tho armad forces. ThU is 
nearly a.s great a sum as Britain spends annu- 
ally for the defence of an Empire which stretches 
through the Seven Seas. Japan is spendlnc half 
the money mentioned on her " i In military 
outlays there Is an Increase for tiie current fis- 
cal year of nearly 90 per cent over lfSS-llS4. 

The questions that arise because of the In- 
crease In Japane.'5e arnKimrnt.s are puzzling the 
world. One is how lai Japan may be anticl- 
pattoiff further expansion of territory for her 
population which Is Increasing at the rate of a 
million a year, Japanese prosperity rests on the 
expansion of her IndaikrlM, and, to soma extent, 
on the emigration of her surplus population. She 
la *^-**"'''"f Inrimtrlal expansion, but it is 
being nmlted and defined by boycotts, tariffs and 
qpotas aK.ilii^t lifT. The whole future Is uncer- 
tain. There is the mentality in the country in- 
duced by the knowledge that Japan has never 
been br.itrti In armed ccnfllrt. There is the be- 
lief that the Japanese race was placed on earth, 
"as a realisation of the life of the gods, and Is 
possessed of their divine ; :tes." These are 
sources of never-fatUnx r<.' i in c. 

If, as heralded by Uie course of events, the 
crisis wlU come for Japan in 1935-193« it wUl 
synchronize with the expiration of the country's 
Withdrawal from the League of Nations, and at 
the time aa tilt Naval Treatiea come up for 

review. The question of Pacific mandates will 
then be conddared. Japan has already announced 
somethlnfr hi the nature of a qualified Uonroe 
I),.. ; ; Far East ri > ! is Riven an in- 
timation that siie will seelt naval parity with any 
other great Power. 'She wants perpetual pos- 
session of the mandated l.slands In the Pacific. 
She is building up her armaments now to give 
her the bargaining power for her diplomacy. The 
question is, If she falls in this rcspcit. what 
course of action will she pursue. That is where 
the crisis may arise. It is being anticipated. 
Ifiera is discussion throughout the Oriental Em- 
pire on the "Crisis of 1936. " School children are 
given the task of writing essays on It. There are 
National Defence Associatlona which already 
number over 10.000,000 young men. There arc 
arrangements for converting peace-time indus- 
trial organisations to a war-time footing. 
These are all features of the .situation which 
point to International dangers of the immediate 
ftttnrt; 



niuurn. He was Wmmtit, while on earth, a Man 
uf sonows and acquainted with grief. The eom- 

fort He tauKiit wa.s more tJian nit're re.st and 
peace It had a resurgent tone, the tocsin of a 
new, vigorous and dominant life. He knew hu- 
man aomfV ir the immediacy of IIi.s own coii- 
sclottsness. He asked humanity to tlxxd its per- 
fect consolation in the Godhead: •tJome unto 
Me all ye that labor and are licavy laden and I 
will give you real ■' That invitation, when ac- 
cepted, lias been Justified through the ages in 
the experience of millions of suHerlng souls. 

It is only one who has sutTered who can sym-j 
pathize with another's sorrow. He has found inl 
the crisis, through the revelation of its mysteri 
ous discipline, how 11 can engender a new energy 
uf moral purpose, and with it the power of .spirit 
ual reganaratlen. It Is reinvigorated faith found 

In the crucible of .■sorrow that enables bestowal 
of Uie ineilable gift of the power of consolation, 
mat eonstdation can bring comradeship instead 
<tf solitude, can relieve pain and poverty can 
fttUUl one uf Uie prime mlnlltrles uf Ciu i.slianily. 
Oonsdiatlon, as weO. haa a higher purpose for It 

can Induce In tho«e who are cnnsoled new as- 
pirations and new energies. It has an interpre- 
tative insight and ean bt mada tfaa madlni of a 
larger and purer Uft anrtchlng manhfwd and 
womanhood. 

No words of good ehaer }n aU the lexleon of 
life have come aownding down the a^f .s with 
greater effect on tlie progress of humanity than 
those which were uttered by the Great Consoler. 
Through the promise thrv pm':..'. > ' tlir M.rrow 
of the sinner Is absolved by forgiveueaa and the 
energy of righteousness is offered as a panacea 
for all woes Tlie pain <if the sufferer is over- 
come by moral health; there is a pointing of the 
way to a well-doing In dally service; there is the 
lli^t of a new fellowship with Ood. There is a 
regenerative power shown in the consolation of- 
fered by an infinite mercy. The results of Divine 
consolation do not mean that religion Is a mere 
matter nf ea.se and quietness. It is not what 
soothes by any lenitive of emotional indulgence. 
It Is the norm of life that braces Its adherents to 
face the sorest trials with courage and steadfast 
hope, that enables life to be seen in its true 
character as a part of the Eternal scheme de« 
signed for the fulfilment of the Divine purpose, 
which. Is lorever and everywhere encompassed 
with an Infinite compassion and an endless love. 
It is these thoughts that give all humanity what 
He has given, namely, "everlasting consolations 
and good hope through grace." 

A^NLAL MtbiCAL I^LbilVAL 



Note and Comment 

By H. B. U. 



Th« lUkf* aa4l r«lliii* w*v«a. 

WtUk Iu*m bttor* ao4 In* bctUad. 

tui* rtnda Um •UmIbs MS, 
Thai turn Mm* UN 



Ubna, on vhMi yea have taken 
Is SMHh laiier than any of 



CUAiSTUS CONSOLATOB 



At one time or other in life a sense of puz- 
rled di'i'ron"! ( . tnes upon all men and women, a 
time wlien eaui individual Is so overwhelmed 
by misfortune that there is a tendency to frame 
an Indictment against the moral order of the 
world. There may be. In such times of stress, a 
disposition to doubt if there is any moral order 
at all. One strain of thought running through 
the gamut of all human affairs is directed to- 
wards galntaiff a .rea s o n ed theory of Ufa's pur- 

po.se At times It is strong, then perhaps weak; 
possibly It Is missing altogether for years when 
there is too great atfsorpilon In business or 
pleasures. It is, however, a recurrent strain of 
thought, namely the endeavor to discover the 
great principles by which life Is governed. There 
Is the quest for the ultimate issue lying at the 
journey's end, thought of which Is the substance 
of dormant desires, hopes and fears. 

It is the Irony of life that It cannot be lived 
In oomplete happiness. In every career there Is 
a time when the unexpected develope. when 
cherished hopes are set at naught, when. In 
despair, a belief Is born that man Is a plaything 
of some malevolent power. These times, which 
art crises for the Individual, have formed the 
theme.^ of dramatists thrcmgh the nges; they 
have received powerful expression perhaps cul- 
minating in a literary sense In tha 'lo be or not 
to be" of Hamlet. It Is the.se crises of life that 
are met, perhaps by the doctrine of fatalism, 
mayhap wtth drill acqule s e en ea, possibly In ut- 
most despair, or with a courage and faith which 
proclaim that there Is a way of life that can 
mrm hold a dark view of fortona. Hie snffer- 

Int WMsh arises In the unexpected n 1: v > t in 
life givw the impression that, however higli the 
•tea M the tatdhrMual, no matter how loyally 

ywaoad. th^- , nr^ subject to defeat even when on 
llM Mak of attainment. Those changes are the 
poONnff tragedtaa of life. In faring them there 

f' : he dlsclostxre, wh' s sought, that 
man is not so much the victim ol any cruel or 
vnoManlng destiny, but that what has happened 
lifor tlie ni'ist part congruous with his character. 

IVbat Is erroneously, perhaps descrthf^ i f o 
Irony tt Ufa should be transmuted Into m w en 
ergy of hl|p!>er purixi.se There is ttO OMat fOT 
rebellion or despair because of unsu.sperted or 
undeceived misfortunes. There >s an interpreta- 
tion of the most sinister and fofMddtaiff happen- 
ing that ran t\ii!, !• ' ■ redemptive purposes. If 
there is rccognltiuu ui Uie fact that the keynote 
ti an Ufa's aFmphony is the triumph of good 

over 'M, n If the ind'.' '•! •« •:■.'•] .u.'v r«"ilirr 
that human uudeistajiding is liaite and relative 

and that ha to atv« SMaUr «( ioy deaHny. and 
least of all of his own. he cannot be discouraged 
by the bafning facU of Ufa. It Is the Infinite 
load thai Is ftttver faahkmtag men to new 

in the attainment of His will 
is nothing in the lessons of Biblical 
saore i i i tmki than the fact that the 
Wtm0m f$ .ChUiWiiim «MM to «aaf«t an that 



victoria's Mu.sical Festival, which will be In 
progress durhig the present week, has become an 
Institution, well founded, widely appreciated and 
undoubtedly an event which Uas '.till further ( • 
veloped the sense of public taste regarding arlii 
tic efforts in the community. The wide variety 
of entertaiimient put before the public In a 
week's musical events of this cliaracter is bound 
to have its educative influence. This city was 
always musically-inclined. That I nel l natfcm haa 
been fostered and expanded by the festival idea, 
the putting into effect of which is looked forward 
to each year with an ever-expanding interest 

Much of the succe.ss of a musical festival de- 
pends on the work of organization, and, at least 
Incidentally, on the support derived from the 
membership in the Festival Association. These 
subscribers who are sufficiently interested to, 
band together to malce the annual affair a suc- 
cess could be larger in tl.r .murcuatc, although 
the number has reached from 700 to 800. It 
might readily be a 1,000 persons, for there are 
many more than a thousand of our citizens who 
are concerned In their appreciation of musical 
art. The Festival Committee, with a larger mem- 
bership of the association, always stands more 
assured of making a financial success of the an- 
nual venture. Tliat it will be such a success dur- 
ing the present week we do not doubt for a mo- 
ment, but at the same time It should be a mat- 
ter of pride with Victorians to relieve the com- 
mittee in charge of all anxiety by joining the 
Festival Association in larger numbers. This 
year's entries are larger than ever, the character 
of the perfmnancea Mre certain to be up to the 
average, and the experience derived from pre- 
vious festivals Is an assurance that the public 
wlU be treated to many events of hi|^ Inttrait 
and to aa ably arranged ensemble. 



Ta live kng it is neeeMary to live slowly— deero. 

ihe W ealUer 
Meteorological Ofllee, Victoria, B.O., at I pm., 

AprU 28, 1034. 

SYNOPSIS 

The barooMter remains hiah on the Coast, and 
dKmen have been general over this provtnoe. 

Higher temperatures are reported in the Frairles, 

accompanied with fine weather. 

Juan de Fura tn K.slf \an I.luhl to modprnte vari- 
able winds, generally fair and mild, with showers. 

maenprrATioN and TBupntATUitai 
12 heura ending s p m > 

Snow Rain Mln. Max. 



Victoria .................. 

Nanalmo ................ 

Vancouver .............. 

Kamloops 

Prince George ..... 

E^itevan Point 

Prince Rupert 

Dawson 

Seattle 

FViirn, 

.Sai, I ': H i-Q ........... 

t; ^ , ;„ ^ , ............. 

\* ' A wies ............. 

Vernon ... — ............. 

Qrand Voifca ............ 

Nelson .................. 

Ksslo 

Cranbrook ...... 

Edmonton . 

.Swirt ("urrent 

Prince Albert . 

Qu Appelle .............. 

Winnipeg ............... 



.oa 



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trace 



.10 
jM 



.41 

trace 



49 
47 

52 
48 
4S 
48 
N 

sa 

so 

48 
53 
48 
58 
45 
51 
46 

a 

46 
46 

n 

40 

36 

40 

as 

4Q 



55 
60 
66 
88 
64 
M 
M 
16 
64 
64 
6« 
64 
78 



66 

so 

IB 

66 

76 

78 
83 
68 



■ATOXDAT 

ICaxUnum .........a............................ IS 

MlnlmiuB 46 

Average 52 

M ■ 11 on Rra.s^ 45 

Weather, cloiidv « ;r'} it r .^ houri; rainfall, .03 

flor Mhours cndii k 

6 P IV1 Hj^AllllH REPORTS 
Victoria— Raromrtrr, 29 96. wind. 8W. 4 miles 

cloudy. 

VnncAuv^r nnrometrr. 29 » Ind, W 



-BaromeUr. 28.1 



f\ .i;i,.m>ps 
I 'r I nee 
miles, fair 
Prince 
fafr, 



fai r^ 

T ^ tooi h a» Biiieter, SOjOOc 
raining. 
Portland — Barometer, 30 03; 

cloudy 

Seattle Baromrter. 2* 98; 
fair 

San Praadioo— Barometer, 



calm; 



4 milM. 



fair. 

wind, W., 



VhMl RW, 4 
%n tadleo;, 

wind, N.. 4 milea. 



Compared with some of the rtvers 

of the world, the ClyiU- und the 
Mersey are neither great uor Im- 
prtisive Streams of water. In tta 

original state the Clyde a^ it flowed 
pa.st Gla.sgow would hardly have 
noated a ix>at much larger than an 
American canoe. StiU the Clyde 
made oia.sKow after Glasgow had 
made Uie Ciydt-. TiMre Is the 
pecullartty about wate r bnm a com- 

jiiercc that, like a salmon about to 
:>pawu. It will penetrate to the uitl- 
mats potet Of -Hs native elMaent." 

The Clyde, from the point of view 
Of navlgalora. Is a "made river. " and 
(MasfoWs harbor is a 'iaade 

harbor " ii!Kd>> l)v inipleniciit.v and 
machines operated b> hunian hands 

• • • 

Whatc, ir Is true of the Clyde 
aiKi ulaagow is true of the Mersey 
and LlverpooL Glasgow is the sec- 
ond <Uy of Importance In Oreat 
Britain. Liverpool was lor many 
years the diief esaport of Oreat 
Britain. Both became what they 
are and have been by the enterprise 
of their cltlaens. Tliey build ships 
of all sizes on both the Clyde and 
the Mersey. The chief shipbuilding 
point oa the Mersey is not Uver- 
pooi. It Is Birkenhead, just aoroas 
the water. 

• . * • 

Thev have built and are build- 
ing, big ships on the Clyde. They 
are buUdmg tbs Mnest ship m the 
world there now, a vessel so ma- 
jestic In her proportions that in 
Older to launch her successfully the 
ways on which she is being built 
point up-stream. If they built her 
iiosg stieem wise, she would be 
Ufee a bridge spanning the stream. 
Our attention lias been directed to 
the fact that it Is a mistalce to per- 
.sonlfy the hull of this big ship, for 
It has not yet been dignified by a 
name. Merely for purpoees of 
iitification, no d'oubt, the new 
c unarder has been given a munber 
—534. to be exact. After the cere- 
mony of launching and chri.sten- 
ing the great structure of steel and 
otlier material will be given a name. 
After that it will be for her to make 
a name for her."!elf. And If her 
aclilevements are equal to her pro- 
portions and power, she win be- 
come a celebrity. 

• * • 
All Canadians .-ihould know, for 

the fact has often been published, 
that the father of the great and 
oelebrated Cunard Line of steam- 
ships was a Canadian, Samuel 
Cunard. Yet but for the support of 
a Liverpool man named Mclvor. 
the enterpri.se of Cunard mlf?ht not 
have been a success. The first ship 
of the Cunard Line was not much 
to look at from a modern point of 
view, but the men who had charge 
of her business ashore and the sea- 
men who navlRaled her succeeded 
in making her go. She marked the 
beginnbtff of a new era in ocean 

navlKafloii .She biokr a record, 
and her daughters have ticen 
breaking records ever since, records 
for l)Oth speed and safety For 
many years the ships of the Cunard 
Line were supreme on the sea. That 
condition has been Ohallenged and 
eclipsed. 

• • • 

For thf purpose of re-e.<^t:ib]! iiit? 
the prestige of Britain on the seas 
the keel known as U4 was laid 

down and the .superstructure be- 
gun. Then the depression de- 
scended upon all the boslnen of the 
world, and the work on the hull of 
534 was suspended. For the credit 
of Britain thte leading men of the 
country put their heads together 
and declared that this thing must 
not continue. The competition of 
France. Germany and Italy must be 
met. The people of those nations 
had built big and fast ships with 
luxurious accommodations, and 
whether they were Incurring losses 
or making gains, they were drawing 
the trade of the two continents. 
Whiflf other nations had done, Oreat 

Britain surely could do. 

• • • 

Work upon the great Cunarder 
without a name haa been r es um ed, 
and new life and activity prevails 
along the banks of the UtUe Clyde 
River. A Ship aaere than a thou- 
sand f^rt long win be launched he- 
fore the end of the ysar. There win 
stin remain mnefi worlt to be done 
before the big boat goe.s Into rom- 
misskm. but probably before the 
end or the oomlns year we ShaU be 
In a position to determine the rel- 
ative speed of ths challenger and 
the ehanenged. Number U4. after 
she has achieved the dignity of a 
name, will measure in length one 
thousand feet and more. 

• • • 

It would be mterestlng. If we had 
the data, to oompare this new boat 
in lengtli. depth and tonnage with 
the (\nt sidp of the hne. Person- 
ally, we ean rensember the thn' 

when the largext but not the faolest 

Ship bi the old line was the Oa- 
tabrta. one ef the Mt of the Iron 

•hips Also we can remember a day 
when a relative in Liverpool guided 



• • • 

Wt' iliiiU ncvfi forKet that pa'-.s 
age on Uw tug Calabria, lor tiie 
wind blew great gu^ for nearly 
two weeks and the seas appeared to 
be iUArally mountaUu high. Be- 
cause of thoee reoelleetlons. Bame 

y»-ars ago we wiot« a letter to the 
Cunard oOce in Liverpool asking 
for Information about the siae and 

tilt* hor.sepower of tlie oncx" biggest 
ahlp in the line, and found out that 
she was Just about the Bias M the 

PilncCMs Adelaide, with not much 
more than a IracUoo of the local 
boat's horsepower. 



UNEARTHS BEADS ' 
CENTURIES OLDi 



Discovery Made 
S^namlah by 



In Pit 
Prolmaae 
A U.B.C. 



Near 



wind. 8.^ 

a;nd. 8W. 



8 nUles: 



30j06; 



IG milJ.s, 

wmd. w., la 



ing to one upparently big ship after 
another, and said. "Well, the Ca- 

THB COI-ONIST IN LONDON 
The Colonist may be procurni 
the International News Stao 
BaUrMge * Oo 



Old-Ti me M emorUs 

Br a. T. WQAIAMB 

One can foaroely find a city of any 
sise at all that la not equipped with 
sevwal BMyvlnf -piotuee theatres 

This is an industry that has made 

tremendous strides, even during the 

!a t ten yeans or .so, with the intro- 
durtioii of the talkie-s, Improved 
i,iinera.s aiul lighting efTerLs When 
■w compare the muvie.s of .ay 
•Arnty years ago with ihnse uf to 
day, the Chanfe Is astounding The 

modem eamra. together wuh tiie 
art Of proper asafce-ttp. tarings to the 
screen real Uvlng diaraeters, rep- 
resented In an abeobitdy natural 
way. The appearaxaoe of the actors 
forni<-riy \va.s not SO attraotlve, due 
to mask hkc make-up and other 
Iniperlt-^tioip (^nc of the first 
machines p!."t'i..>d pictures 

was known h> rincmaloKraph 
If watched lor too long a perwd, 
the eyes would become very fatigued 
and tanrUated, due to the Ught from 
the w rM*'*** fllekarlnf back and 
forth. The tat eahlMtloa of this 
kind In Victoria was tn the Phil- 
harmonic Hall. Fort Street, a build- 
ing long since torn down 

Many of the Intriguing stories 
pictured today aie so vividly por- 
trayed, and acted with such a 
degree of perfection, that we forget 
we are watching a mere reproduc- 
tion, and .so engro.ssed do we become 
that we live the story with the cast 
iiinle.ss It Is .■^hooting the other fel- 
low to death or hunting snakes 
alone In the JuBgle— thSB WO draw 
the line). 

Let us go back fifty or stety years 
or more, and .see what was done for 
amu.sement along mu.slcal and other 
liiifs here. Pages could be written 
:it)oiit the clever musicians and 
H< lois we had here as far back as 
the fifties and sixties, but only a 
small portion of what they did can 
be covered In any short article. This 
was long before the introduction of 
moving pictures, which are of com- 
paratively recent date. In the old 
day.s amateur theatricals were very 
much \s> the fore. Tliere were many 
who were leaders in musical and 
other circles who vusited iiere at 
times. Victoiiii was. as now, the 
first port of call in British Columbia 
and many tA the peat British the 
atrical and opera companies who 
were touring the world eame here 
to put on their productlcms. Often 
they would visit the great centres 
nf Australia, .swch as Melbourne, 
Sydney, etc , and from there pro- 
ceed to San Francisco, thence to 
Victoria. In early days most of tlu-se 
companies performed at the Theatre 
Royal, on Oovemment Street (the 
Log Theatre). The people as a 
whole displayed a great deal more 
interest In stage performances than 
In thLs modern age. and looked for- 
ward with greater enthusiasm to 
the Winter .sea.son and the many 
musical treats It held in store. 
Among attractions were the Shake- 
spearean plays; Camilla Earso, the 
great violinist; Adelhia Pattl, and, 
later. OUbert is Sullivan Ught 
Opera Company, Paderewskl (his 
first appearanre here), and many 
oUicrs. Tlie theatre was open as a 
rule only onre a week, and on rare 
occasions twice a week, or more 
frequently when there wa,s some- 
thing special on. whereas now the 
movies are runniiw six days of the 
week, day and nicht. Of course, 
then, much of the leisure time was 
spent at home in reading. The best 
literature of the period, suitable for 
voung and old. wa-s placed before 
them for their enMghf enment. Much 
of the time form.-rlv .spent In read- 
ing books and sci uring a musical 
education is now taken up with the 
movies, espedallv by the younger 
generatkM. Not that the movies are 
less valuable from an edueatkmal 
sUndpotait— there are scores of pic- 
tures which are brimful of highly 
useful and essential information, 
snd teach many a fine les.soti In 
lit.erature one has a wide field from 
whicli to chomse. ntid care mu.st be 
taken to distinguish the good from 
the trash. In the mo\ie.s the 
travelogues especially are very in- 
structive. Another potait in con- 
nection with the movies and reading 
Is that many of the more popular 
books are utilized for pictures. Just 
recently that charming rMvel "David 
Harum. ' of which we .spoke some 
time ago. (ame to Victoria ns a film 
and proved highly entrrtalning. 
LouLsa Alcotts "Little Women" »Lv> 
was wonderfully produced with an 
exseUent cast and gained wide 
aoelakn. Many of the great master- 
pieces are likewise beinf adapted 
for public entertainment of this 
nature 

In former days every home pos- 
se.saed a large number of bonks, and 
there wb.s scarcrly a voung per-^on 
ti'^'c f \v\ tiad not rend "P^noeh Ar- 
den. "Robln.son Cru.soe." "The Swiss 
Family Robinson." "Midshipman 
Bssy." "Japbet in Search of « 
Pbthtf." 'Vnieet Maltravers," the 
Waverley Novels. TlekwMi Papers," 
"Oreat Kxpeetatlons." "POgrlm's 
Progress." Shakeapeare. Scott. Long- 
fellow, Byron. Bums, Moore, ency- 
clopedia* for reference, histories, 
etc In fad the llbrarle.s nf ihe| 
early re.sldent,s were a •. rii:Bble| 
eoliege. In which knowledge was to 
be found In abundance As there 
were no movtos to go to. and all 
theatres were eloeed more than half 
ths tiase. the hone Ittrary wae one 
of the chief sttrawMans, ttwasihe 
■ r^ns of tndodnt the dUk^m to 
^i"- d moKt nf thetr evenlDii at 

Iv.- .-- riilv in winter time. 
Ti f^.f -laK B.so ample vocal and In- 
stnimental muslr, xupplled by the 
piano, violin, harp sullar han)o, 
etc , added to which on np*v-lal nrcu- 
slons. both at the theatre and In 
the open air, was the charming 
playliv of the bands of Bar MsJ- 



VANC-OUVER. April 28 'CP' 
Beads believed to have been wi>rn 
by some forgotten Indian d«^l toi 
at least several centurle.s. have been 
discovered In a pit near Stjuamislv 
and Identified by Dr M V Wll 
llains, of the University of Brlllsli 
Columbia department of geology. 

The ipedmens risntiU segmsnts 
of a tiisr splaa, saeb isss than a 
quMTter ef aa taMh hi diameter and 
punctured with a eheular 
They are beheYed to have 

carved by hand from brown shale 

Irregular In shaiM*, they are soft 

fnoiigti to be cat by a iwnknife 

The find was made at a depth of 
six feet, and the relics were so old 
all ti Bces of the skeleton with wiUcii 
thev w^re ieu>abl| bwftsi teVU die- 
appeared. 



Whar» \r,v In 
. Bookiand 

ar auaioM L amda 



"The Modem World* 
by H. a 



(C. p. Duttor 



While Intended primarily as a 
book of Instruction for the youth 
of today, this book, which present 
an outline of world geography, eco- 
nomlBS and pontics, wlU elucidate 
many points with which adulu are 
unfamiliar. life has nwved so 
swiftly within the past two decade 
that many popple flad they ar> 
hopelessly out of date with many 
modem conditions, movements, po- 
litical situations and International 
quest ioiu to whicii reference is 
made almoot dally la the news 
papers. * 

Facts and arguments are pre 
sentcd clearly and oooctsely. the au- 
thor summarislat oontrovcralal sub- 
most vexed subject beeooMs quite 
simple. 

The author takes the reader In a 
natural manner into the placf.s 
where the ;)olltlcal and eronoinir 
businesses of tlie vai'inis natinn- 
are lran.s<icled . theii- cIiksc (oi rcl.i 
lion to one another ts clarifl<'<l; tlic 
relations between the various units 
of the British Empire are described ; 
civilisation is discussed; money is 
expUlnod; the psychology of the 
various nations at wortc and pin 
is illuminating. 

All In all, this book Is a handy 
reference to be kept easily available 
on one's de.sk or reading table 
rather than to be placed on ones 
book .shelves and relegated to the 
position of one of "tiiose awfull 
good iKwks which one flMaas t 
r e ad some time." 



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fore, never any danger of a "serious 
demonstration." A few went round 
to a back window and overbear ' 
something that caused them to i> 
out a rather sarcastic guffaw: that 
Is all. There was no harm meant 
Nobody would have dared to create 
a "serious demonstration," aa the 
mass nf thr rr.rn weTt deteiMined 
not to have one. 

The police were mersljr aeHaf as 
door-keepers, and they also called 
out the names of men whom the 
committee wished to intcnrlew. 80 
that this notiee was evidently in- 
cited by some reqMmslble person 
with the idea of harming the men's 
cause as much as pos,s)ble with the 
pubUc. I think that a square deal 

Is leaf overdue to us. 

K. C. CHATXR. 

41 Cadillac Avenue, Saaaloh. B.C.. 

AprU 38. 1934. 




PLATES 

II will aak* iMk a Siffartae* la ymr 
aaaoaraaa* to woar a MSora, aroaorlr 
late »ial«. Tho kuBmm eC veae ofeaAo 
■ro NlloS Mt yoefMM nmi tttn 

DR. COULTAS 

IMS DoMtoi St. (Groans Floor) 



Crukifli House SdMol 

rOB BOTB 

V. n.dnnen to Mstrloolalloa 
h ndrriartfo CoDaoeUoo 



MM TON » (• P 



Work Monday at 
Chemainm Mill 



MOOWBIS l AXP M OOlfSlT 

T\mr ' rlKf aaS ■ limit (PMtAc 

•i«n<i>ir . .( vieiaels. iiO,. tar Um 

month >.t Ai>tii. itI4. 



CHXMAXlfUS. Aplil at. — After 
being cloeed down fer two weeks, 

during dredging operations on the 
log pond, the mill is expected to 
start again on Monday morning. 
During the shutdown, a number of 
men have bepn bu.sy on repair and 
overhauling work, and while rail 
shipments have been light, the shut- 
down did not interfere seriously 
with shipping, one and two ships 
taking cargo practically all the time. 

Tid€» ai rietoHa 



Saanich Watertront 

' • I an away tnm Vieteria Um maior 

or thr yrtr. I haVO dOCldod tO 

oitcr for M>i« my witorfrodl proporty 
at Brentwood (betwe»n Brantwood Col- 
laeo and Butchart i Oardtm). acltnowl- 
•dcod to bo tha boat aoaaido proportr 
on Saanleh Arm. On thla place, con- 
Mallnf of four Iota, thoro ara ilx cot- 
taaai. Thay aro onulppod with alcc- 
trtc lltht In all room*, n<mr ar* fullr 
modern, othrra hari runnlna watar, 
toiirt*. ate. Thoro an laiva Saatfceima. 
fioau. *te.. two «i«t«r laWMhoa and 

•l« rowboat« A tnort IWInt could hf 
ni«<Je If ihii plutr puihad « 

year-round retort, with Uaroom, boatn 
ror hlra. ate. Without odTortlalna it 
haa paid handaomaly on ttio capital In- 
voatod. Amid tho Moot ploaiant oir 
roundlnaa. it afford* aa oppertuiiitT 
■eldom offered to procura a raluabla 
butlneta already it^lad. with wnnder- 
ful poailbllltlat tot Kitura dovalopnient. 
U Ml MM M kl«a M Will bo Mparated 
!• aeU perchaMri. AS tbe aottaia* 
at* fellr fiiralalMd. sad " 
m*f Se bad ai • 



Also 



B't«een hir • m1 teven arrei. ]uit 
of i),e K.'infn not lubdlrldad. Tiiu 
exrepiionally beautiful watorlronl 
property, with mMnlfiooat vtowa. u 
the btht alte for a country mtdoaeo or 
r jhhouM on tha Saanleh Arm. Bor- 
'"frt on two *ldei by tha aaa. and on 
one alda by a M-ft. road allowance. 
lU ittaatloa ISMroe afeoolvto privacy. 
Bholtond fraoi all wtada. It alao af- 
fordi an Idaol anrharapo for yaehli. 
ete On tha proportr la a drtUod well. 
I]} ft. doop. with an pafattlna waUr 
•upply. Ttaia wall eoot tSSS. and tha 
water flMa to within its foot of tho 
rarfaes. 



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ett II Ii rounted from 



1884 1984 

The EspericnM and 

Training of 
HALF A CENTURY 
At Your Sendee 




iti7 ooft n. 



I to 94 boura, from mldnlaht tj mldnlaht 
Tha flauraa fer haicbt aoryo !• dlaManldb 
hiah water from low walor. WtMPt IWUlkl 
o<riir In Do tnhle. tha M dO flOOO — faSO 
fOntlnuoii»l» rt'ir ii» two OMOOOIIfe MdSi 
porlodt wlOiniit I'i'nina. 

Tha li»-.aht li I'l feel and tenlha "t • 
foot, meaiurrd from tho aroraao total ol 
Ipw watar _ _ 

To find tha doptti Of walOT OB tho alB 44 
the CM'iimalt drydork. add III tf»t la 
ih" helaM of hlih water at ahoTe elven 

To find tho depth of wator on tho »U. 
nf tha Sonahooa drydork. add It fo ot <S 
tho haliht of hiah water aa abero 



Tenant— Why raise smt rent when 
I am only utMiuiiylut this 
little attlet 

Landlead— Wta. yea OSS 

more than anybody sles. 




HFTY YEARS AGO TODAY, 



er SmO m, USD 



KaiTPw aafiii TiolopSsr SMfBlw. Sbertlv Moro • e^ 

dlae«*«rod a man. doad drmfe. on tiM Ha ii o vafl roooalty 

Co '• wharf The nffirer arrl'-ed )uat In time In prevKnl I 
off the wall Into th« «a'er. th'ia »aeln« the urjrnr''inBta nMI 

waeld ha*o bMn • walory arara Othora tako waraiao. 



Ir 



Prett K'.laMed Mambora of the " 
■ t the K*<h«r Oratorio, reirerdar 'a 
tho akow. they wcra adTlaod that their <••• 



■ .laffi nf l<v«i p«r>»ri w»ra alleht* 
i^r» preaertted themaelvee to rov* 
(tortdli^ room ' only for them 

wta bo pUrr 



Latlora Btoton- At tho timo of tMm te proao, an 

that more than wventT re«l<(*red letter! whl«h lOft f 
and 34. alona the Mnrtharn Pa/'lOe Railway, bod MM 
tt waa l a p ariai offlatala aro oboehlBC 



infirn.#/l t iim'>r had I' 

Vtolorto OA March i" 



1 = 

if 




Large Communion 
Attendance Found 

At the First United 

I*n'^l»^ It riaii IVinlilioii t!arri«il Forv*ar«l at 
(,)iia4lra Slrt «"l (ihurcli in Preaching, orHhip, 

Jb<iden}ii|N ^ oiMMiiiiiion S»T\ir«' Preaclier 

Is Moled sk» Prophetic Voice 



Houses Outstanding Congregation 



•r Mtv zm J K. Tn»«wcmTH 

THOUGH no longer Presbyterian in name hiiur it lucame 
a member of the Unite<l C'hur< h of Canada in l^Ji, the 
congregation that worshipb in the stately brick edihct- at 
the r iner of Quadra Street and Balmoral Road carriM for 
ward tlie Pi fivl'y terian tra<Jition Its minister wears the 
Geneva gown and bands, iiiui the chuich oHieer brings the 
Bihir tiom the vaatry before the service and places it on the 

pulpit, h.ivinj; tii^t riiH}^ the hell in a (>f olou ^'ed and tllSittfOt 

call to tlie peuplc lu i.(jnie to the House vi God. 

Preabj-tertjui, too, U the i.-. i.m The full organ. bur&Ls forth In. the 
book which U the Book ol Pralae same tune to "Ail Peoi>le That on 
that U uaed by PratDytartans Barth to Z>weU," the congregation 
throughout Canada, from which la rising to Join bMrtlly in this aaertp- 
aung. alwayi, as tha llrtt bymn, a tkm of pralaa. The minister gives a 
"Paahn seleetloa," a metrical ver- few sentences of inTocatlon, follow- 
ston of one of the Psalms of David, rd by the ecmgregatlon joining 
Mast R<oti; ' a!l is r!ic <i i;i:al heartily in the Lord's I'ihm-. their 
place given i'> ilie :>es.sion, whu h us voices sounding like the murinur of 
the body o( the elders, men < liosen ' many waters The psalm selection 
by the eongregatlon for K'^liiie.s.s | next, evrrv membi-r of the congre- 
aiid good Judgment as the hel[K•I^ Kation Miigliig Some need no 



In spiritual things of the minister, 
and who are ordained to the ofOce 
of ruling elder aa the mlniatar to 
that of teaching elder. 

Here, at Pirst United Church r«i 
Quadra Street, the visitor will find 
under Rev. Dr. W. Ct Wilson and 
his as.sl.st;int, Rev CioKlon lioolh- 
royd. the best iScottish tradition In 



book. These iv-ali]!."! and para- 
phrases we!'' I he Ji:;.ii)ii'.s of godly 
mothers and were sung at family 
worship. The verse of tlMse He- 
braic hymns is iMt always poetical 
nor are the tunea one hundred per 
cent worthy, but centinriea of mem- 
ory breathe through them. To the 
outsider they may be old-fashioned. 



public worship as moulded by thei*'"' ^ °^ Scottish race or 

Canadian spirit. Here la a service |^.'"Pa<'^-y nothing is more moving. 



Of reverence, of aimpllcitjr of dlg- 
alty, of Intellaetnal eki^wuon. 

.OTENING OF WORSHIP 

The bell ceases, the organ com- 
mences, and the church officer — 
not verger nor sexton nor care- 
taker, be It noted, but church offi- 
cer— bringa in the pulpit Bible. Ko 
eroaa la earriad, there is no proees- 
aional or pmoasslniml hymn; there 
la the Bilde. The oentrallty M the 
Holy Book and not of the altar is 
the Protestant Wf-a. especially as 
develojxHl 111 the Calvinisl ;iii<l Ile- 
fomied churches At the Ri fornia- 
tloii. transfer wa.s marie from the 
Idea Of the aulhorily of the church 
to the supremacy of the Sacred 
Book. Thus came the prominence 
of doctrine In the Preili]rt«ilan 
order. Svery minister waa an ex- 
poaitor of Bftle truth, every Scots- 
man waa a theolotian. everjr ohmh 
member a sermon taster. 

That was the former wh\' But 
neither Presbyterians nor those of 
Presbyterian extraction rtifmopoli/f 
any more this field Hiittici t'nv 
have lallen away nuu n tnim tlir 
tradition of their fwhci- Mm ilie 
carrying In "' -h" i'!.i..'.'et ves- 
try of the Bible is a bit of rltuai. 
a siurvival of the day when pmchar 
and people alllM peurad ovw'tbe 
Ooriptures In their public as well 

as priv!io- ., , ,. ) 

OrhM.Vt. OJ .SI.K\ 1( E 
The choir, its members gowned 
In black with white collars. fUe in 
' to the organ loft and remain atand- 
: ing; the mlniater followa «nd aeats 
'hlmaelf In the pulpit chair, with 
bowtd head. The organ prelude 
c e a ses and then chimes break upon 
the stillness of the worshippers 
Very softly, as if "far, far away. 
■ bells at even pealinu ' the tune of 
■'Old Hundredth" Is heard, with a 
still fainter organ accompaniment 
The reverential hush holds the 
worshippers, deepens, become ap- 
pealing, evocatire of derotion. 



The psalm selection ends with an 
Amen. Thi.s i.s b moch'rn addition 
which once was abhorrent to Cov- 
enanters and Old Llghta, because 
tt savored of eplscopasv 

A PROPHETIC VOICE 

Bible reading follows, one selec- 
tion only, snd then the pastoral 
prayer. Though not llturieal, the 
prayer is well-phraaed. covers a 
wide rente of life, has an imder- 
standlng .qrmpaty and devoutly 
brings the need of the people be- 
fore God. The tone la appeallnf, 





oYRiis TO m 

D.L. 




Assistanl Superintendant of 
Education to Discuss "De- 
fenoo Moohatdsms'* 



yiretXfaked Owreh. Conar of Quadra Street and Balmoral Road. 



atV. W. G. WlUtON, M.A., D.D. 

aa of one eonsoloua of the burden.*: 

of life After the announcements, 
the offering is taken (the envelope 
sv.stem Ls pretty general*, th" cho;:- 
singing a verse of dedication when 
11 Is brought forward. 

The preacher Is apparently about 
nfty-flve years of age, has a atrong, 
rather grave face in the pulpit. 
Voice is strong, clear and has a .<!ne 
carrying quality, with perfect enun- 



I uion, lacking somewhat In warmth 
ijid color and none too flexible, 
with a consequent tendency to 
mcmotone. bay utterance and an 
unhindered flow of choice language 
IS evident. The tongue Is a facih 
servant of an exceptional memory 
and a widely-read and well-dlscl- 
:>liue<l mind. No manii.scrlpt nor 
'<.s are In evidence. A ready 
ii.iivc liumor that is given play 
outside the pulpit (x-caslonally 
(.some would comment ail too 
rarely), breaks through the ser- 
mon's serlousnees. Here in this 
spacious church of Scottish de^n 
is exhibited the dignity and gravity ^ 
traditional of Scottish preaching. 
Here also la heard tlie urgent mes- 
sage of a prophetic voice that is 
I live to the needs and problems of 
:he present day. 

fX>Mlin7NION MTNOAT 

The serrncm was short, for this 
is Communion Sunday. Opening 
with a vivid historical review of the 
context of "there will be an inner 
sanictuary," the niini.<»ter gavo a 
practical application of the value 
-f worship and of a aenae of the 
nearness of Ood. 

It was a ComQiunlon Sunday. To 
the Scotsman this means much 
Held rarely, sometimes only on re a 



Any Person Who Has Reached 
' Middle Age" Should Know This 




AvthorMei bow tell us that one of 
the frequent penalties of middle- 
age le acid Blomacb. A rebellion, of 

^.•^•^ 

If you have Add Stomach, you 
can easily Irace it. Headaches, 
sfomnrh pains after eating. **gas," 
*'upselt," nausea are the usual 
ladicatmns. 

To get rid of it, all you need do is 
this: 

TAKE— a teaspoonfuls of Phil- 
lips' Milk of Magneaia iB« glaee of 
water every morning when you get 
up. Take another teaspoonful thirty 
minutes aflw eating. And another 
beforeyou go to bed. Or— yon cen 
take I^illipe' Milk of MMnesia 
Tablets; ■ubaUtntlng one tablet 

nod get the same result. 

Try It— Yoa Wfll Bg 

Amazed i 

Try fhis nnd. cli;»nre^ .irr. u vi-jH 
make a ^rejil <li ITerrm e in vour life. 
For Ihis small doi.ige of Phillips* 
Milk of Munest:! :i( ts lo neutralise 
the stomach acids that cause your 
Stress. 

^ig^'^JP^tad dieeomfort 
go. Yea flNl Irsedem fawa doll 



THE SIGNS 
OF ACID STOMACH 

Oi.tm«iHon \^<^knrim 

^>ll'. In r.nl< m |i,n Slrvplmanru 

N.III1..1, Moillh A.litlly 

I (M i<f \p(>rili» S.)iii Stornat h 



WHAT 



TO DO FOR IT 

TAKg — 2 Teaspoonful* 
Of Phillipa' Milk ct Mag 
nma in a (favi nl watrt 
evwy mornmg wh*n ^(nt 
trt up Take another tea- 
HKwntui thirty mimitaa 
«{trr eating And another 
t»for» you go to bad. 
Oa— Yo«i can taka Phil 
lips' Milk of Maantata 
Tablets, subttitudng one 
tablet for each tra*i>ooii 
fui dinctad above 



headaches. That "afternoon faff"— 

you think is depletion or "nerves" 
duappears. You feel like another 
person. 

When you buy, be sure to get ihe 
REAL nrlicle - (.eniiiiie I'HII.- 
LIPS* Milk ..f M.titfiieMii. tlu- kind 
doctors eiiil irse \lu;4\»i jisk for it 

by the name PlilLLlPb — (or all 

'teeraMMia**itaetalite.. 




of the great ccatpany of nearly 1,000 
persona who that memlng partook 

of the sacred elementa, yet with 

sucli .smoothne.s.s that this part of 
the .service la.strd little more than 
ten minutes, and was a reverential 
IK'riod for meditation and prayer. 
Returninj: to their seats, the elders 
are .semd by four senior elders, 
who also wait upon the ministers. 
There Is a time of quiet, the prayer 
of thanksgiving is given, and the 
concluding hymn, "Here, o My 
Lord. I See Tniee Pace to Face,' is 
suncr. 

Other a.-pecUs of the life and woik 
of this cnngreRation inusi, be l.-ft 
unrecorded. Mention only may be 
made of the hl«h qualily of musical 
service given by the volunteer choir, 
the deep Interest taken in mission- 
ary opt ratiOTis. backed as It is by 
a yearly contribution of nearly 
(lo.ooo. the well-organised activlUes 
Of the women of the congregation, 
the eXBdency of the religious educa- 
tion of the youth, and the flne busl- 
ne.ss management Ot the conRrena- 
tlons affairs. Most notable of all 
Ls the large body of men vh'> are 
active helpers. The work of eklers. 
dl.stlnrMve n.s It I.s of Presbyterian- 
ism, ha.s Ixen brought over Into the 
total United Church of Canada. 
And It Is found, as has been sug- 
gested in thLs review, at high gear 
In the church on Quadra Street. 



had no power to go Into any ref 
jCrence or to enter into any a«ree- 
1 ment lo establish nrenien's wages 
or salam ■> t)y any procedupa OUt- 
slde of Uie Municipal Act^ 

This luui been Interpreted to mean 
that the council could not agne to 
a board ot oondliatlon. The mat- 
ter will be discussed by the finance 
and legislative committees on Mon- 
jday afternoon, .so that a rejxiri may 
I be prepared for the council meet- 
ing. 

Among other matters to come up 
Monday night will be the various 
tax by-laws, which have to be fl> 
nally passed before the treeaury de- 
partment can get to work on the 
tax notices. 



JOHN MUOKE lli 

^m 10 m] 



The work of newspaper evan- 
geliam la steadily Increasing in 

Japan and there is a growing num- 
ber of thase who go on from In- 
quiry as to the Christian faith to 
baptism. The gospel Is now 
preached regularly In many papers. 
Including two with the largeat cir- 
culation in the Smplre. 



< l l'H CALENDAR 

MON!)A\' < i\i<i ("ub liUK h< i>n 
ineeUng. Ku pM-w H(.'< l l'..! 15 
p in. 

Tliiiineii and Professional Wom- 
en's deb. atiidy gvoop — e ting s. 
tiendqueitew. • pm. 
TOBH)AT-«lw«BlB dub^^hmch 
eon oMettag; Wmtnm BoteX U:is 

p m 

THt'K.'^'I ) A^' H.s.iM ( ill lunch- 
eon niei'IU.K ^jli;)I^•.v^ llii'.rl, 12:10 

l> m 

Klnsiucn Ciub dinner mei'tlng, 
Elii[>n'.'.s HdU I, 1:. \\ iv. 

KKIDAN C'aptial City Commercial 
ciiib. luncheon BMCting. Wmpnm 
Uotel, 13:30 p.m. 

O. L. Martfurln. aalatant auper- 
intendent of ed i ien l ioa in the Pro- 
viiiri ii Department and former 

pruKii'.r of the Nomtal School, 
hei<- a(!(lres members of the 

(iyru ( lul) lit iluir lunchecm tomor- 
row on ' Defence Me<'hani.sm " 

AlwH.ss H keen student of psy- 
chology, Mr. MacLaunn.s adduss 
will. 111) doubt, be well received by 
the club men 

An address on taxation will mark 
tlie study group meeting of the 
Bualneaa and Profeailtmal Women's 
cmb tomorrow night in Courtney 
Street ' 

IKA\H. ADDRESSES 
Hugh A. Ma,tier, world traveling 
geokiglat of the Union Oil Company 
of Oallfomia, will relate several of 
his eapericnoee and give hie im- 
praeslona of the Far Seat and Per- 
sia, when he addre.sses the Rotary 
Club luncheon and the Kinsmen 
I ; III '.llnncr on I liur.sday. 

He .siK'ak lo Kolanans on 

"The iM i.siun Oil Situation and a 
Visit to :!.'. Tomb cf Kings," while 
at the Kinsmen gathering Mr. Ma- 
Mer will .speak on "OUmpses of the 
Far Kast." 

On Tuesday at the KlwanU Club 
luncheon. Dr. Arthur Collingwood 
an adjudicator of the Victoria Mus 
ical Festival, will speak on "TIk 
Value of Muaki to the Untvetslty 
student " 

Banksian Medal Won by S. 
W.B r n Victoria— Other 
Awards Announced 



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The Banlcsian Medal, presented by 
the RoyMl Horticultural Society for 
annna] eompetition, haa been 
awarded to S. W. Raven, Victoria 
fknrlst. It was andounced by offlciala 
of tho Vancouver Tsland Horticult- 
ural Assooiaticin, which concluded Its 
rlKhth annual flower ShOW at the 
Willows last night. 

rill- nipflal is (flvon to the exhib- 
itor who has the higtiest total of 
points in the decorative, daffodil, 
tulip and general sections of the 
show, each first prtae counting three 
points, second prize, two points, and 
one point for third. Mr. Raven 



compiled an aggregate of 108 point?; 
A. McKay, Victeria. won the awan 

>.^t \fnr nnd in 191] it WOnt tO Mrs 
E. H. Keene, of OoMde HUL 
SHOW CONCLUDBS 

The flower show, concUuird las' 
nlRht. was one of the mo.st surco.ss- 
ful 111 I lie lustory of the a.sM)ciatlon 
In many w«y« There was a record 
number of exhiblUs and the attend 
snce was far greater ttuui in pre- 
vious yeara. AU day yesterday, hun- 
dreds d dtlaeaa vltfted the agri- 
cultural building at the Willows, to 
see the heat in plants and blooms 
produced on Vancouver Island, ex- 
hibits beint; rntcred ttOBk many 
poihts up the Island. 

Other medal awards aminunrorl 
vr-lirdflv wcrr, Mrs F H. K'-fne. 
' ' t he a-. i 1 ■ : .,M .s bi our.' 

nie<i>U lor the best daffodil display 
In the show; J. A. Hlbberson. Vlc- 
t<»-ia. for the highest number of 
points in the general aeetlon, and 
IsabeUe McKay, for the greatest 
number of points in the novice cla-ts 
Those who judged In all claaics ol 
the show were, Mrs. Blggerstaffe 




Wilson, Mrs. Hugo Sevan, Mrs. H. 
V. Outhrle, R. M. Palmer, P. A. Ash. 
ton. W. J. SiMppard. O. Robinson 
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Garden Taste Changes 



I'l**'**.'L*l!!f ^ •' """ I t ehWd radleidly 

>M* iswr yeata and. n« doubt, for the better. 

N» lea g Sf^ wSi a few eM-fesillonrd prrmntaU and a 

fy ya I eee igieen er twe satisfy thr miMicrn gardener, 
■e SManSs the latest thfeacs from th.- fi..rAi .nti hohi 
eattaral eenlrsa af the weiM. || h^.s 

t» Intredaee bnnitr^* of new Ihhm ».. \i. i. ,, , .i „r 

offer mam^mntl- ll,.., i mm.- \i,v i;:it<lriw. ,.,1) . (oy n 

vi«lt Ut o.H ,,„. . ! , ,,,irn» at tliia wemMtn. Or y«a 

corner of the l ublic .\l»rkc^ 

Rockhome Gardens 

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year, in the older daya. the Cana- 
dian Presbyterian fashion la four 
tliiir.s rt yi ar It* Is a solemn fc'rist 
niKi api)rcMnhf>d deUberately. Each 
of thobe. nearly a thousand com- 
municants that filled the great au- 
ditorium that February morning, 
had during the previous weeks been 
handed his or her communicant's 
card by the elder of the district 
(there are forty-seven elders i had 
rccrlvrd an earnest pastoral let tor 
from the miiit,ster.'< and se.sslon. and 
niiinbrrs of i hrin had at (ended a 
preparatory ";rr\i<r on tho preced- 
ing PYlday. whm fri^sh ri.mmunl- 
cants were added to the church. 
What Easter is to the Anglican the 
quarterly Communloa la to the 
Preahyterian. 

The First Church, by the way, 
holds one of Its four Communion 
!<rrvlrp', on Ea.ster day. with a still 
larger attendance than usual. 
WORK OF ILOnS 

In few duarehee. if any, of the 
united or Presbyterian churches in 

Canada, to the work of the rldrrs 
more thoroughly done than In First 
United Church here, under the sd- 
mlnlslratlon of Dr Wil.son Hard'v 
could the slmpUrltv. dignity ai 'l 
solrmnity of the Communion sefv- 
U r hr more marke<l Tlie ministers 
are seated at the Communioo table 
In front of the pulpit and maisriil 
ind them and In front are 
' ly fifty elder*. After the char- 
ler of the _har 6t Supper is read 
as fk«B Fhret Corinthians the 
ftagW ef oonserration is ofTo'cd 
thSB !• the waiting eiders is he tided 
Slato gfler plate of the < on.>MH-rated 
bread, and in a mini;''- or mrtrr the 
plates with the win' Ilvldual 
cups. These arc taken by tne eid- 
ers to thS nsHMilinrti hi thehr 



Word was reoeived her* vesfer- 
rtay from Bradford, England of the 
death, on Arn-il 25, o* John M<x>re 
formerly of thl.s rltv. who founded 
Ih'^ !'. r W.,n^tef| Miii,<;, near Og- 
<^r■u I'-.int fl.wks Mr, Moore wa.<» 
Mx'v ''AO .'■1,1- of ,u.-f> and had re- 
timieil to Kn«lajid, via, the Orient 
In search of health. Tho funeral 
i^'^ice was held In Bndfocd, yes- 
terday. 

Before oomhur to this dty. Mr 
Moore pioneered In tlie woolen in- 
dustry of India, beinp amoiiK tlie 
tint to estahlj;h a plant In that 
countn' For fourteen yean; he 
remained In India, and then re- 
turned to Bradford, where be ee- 

tabllahed another factory. 

BRorf;in ri.wx here 
Seven years a«o, he was Induced 
to rome to this city when the City 
Council sought to eetahliah a 
woolen factory here. Re brought 
hie Bradford jAant to VictoHa, and 
tip until the Sprimr of 1933, oper- 
ated It fniece.<arfully 

Howe\'er. the economic .situation 
combined with tariff crmdit ion.H i 
fonv»d a clf)fie-fl' >'iTi Mie plant ( 
Mef(>re leaving • .1 c,,,,], | 

'rv Mr Moore i>xi«. vMi the hope 
thnt he would be able to reopen 
tho mills as ivxxi as there was a 
revtvaj In trade. 

Although or a very rettrliw dls- 
poeltion. Mr. Moon, doflnt hto 
eeren years' reeldenee ben made a 
wide drrte at friends* who will re- 
reive ^^-1th pmfond ngnt the news 

of his ii«i.'„«,iru? 

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Apart from • Tvopening of the 
whole otiestlon of irrantlnif a board 
of Cfterlllatlon Mie firemen, who 
want an upwi ir»n 1,, their 

wages, tJiere \■^ < v,, ■, • to \-r ' "V 
btisliie.*^ rf anv )nii« •■;<i 

bm^iKht up for debate at the Mun- 
(i"v nigM MeeUgg «r tha Otty 

Cotincll 

Yesterday. H 8 Pringle. dty so- 
iirltor. filed with the deife a writ- 
ten optaden tram the clty^ coun- 
ert, mm. lUeleMi a ShaMier in 
.whkh it ana statsd that the dty . 




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; ;(>iial lUKl iiulusljl.il lilf .)( the t lty, 
, llie fiuifral it-rvlct- lui tiie ial« Kub- 
ifit H Webb, UniufT M'cretary of the 
jvicioru Bnfiiax at tiM Brlttah €k>- 
jiumbia AutonoMle issB<(aHan, was 
i ^>cUl yastiviay aflsnMMB at Ohrlat 

( hureh oathedral, the senrlea com- 

riienclng at 3 o'clock 
I Tlie pre.seiue t)f .so uumy <uizfii» 
IltlHids Htiti iiri|ii<iln • .u K r. , tes.llflt<l 
I to the poinilunly lUid r.-ileein ui 
.whlcli Ihe late Mr Webb was ticld 
I in the tx>nnnuiiUy. Meinbera oX the 
{(Victoria Rotary Club and repreaento- 
iivea of ottiar senrlM dulM la the 
< ity wars at the serrloe, wlikli eoo- 
siistad af the xscular form of Mrlal 
si'rvles of the Ohtnrh of England 

SKRVK E AT CATHEDRAl. 
Very Re v. CecU S. QualAton, Dean 
of Columbia, conducted the aervloe, 
which Included tbe resdlng of Psalm 
xxiu and respooaes, foOoved bythe 
hymn, "Where the Llfht Forever 
Bhlneth." after which the Dean read 
the irsAon IIm confregatlon then 
sai4( the hymn "Jesus Lives." The 
servU e I (jiu'ludi'd with prayers ol 
comlorl to the niembtirs ol the fam- 
ily. 

Following the aervloe, a large num- 
ber of dtlsena aocompanlod the re- 
mains to Ckdwood Burial Pvk. where 
Interment took place. Many beauti- 
ful floral tributes, sent In by friends 
and organizations, were placed at 
the Rravr The pallbeaier.s were 
Charlf.s H F^-ench, representing the 
.\utoniobile Club; Vh to: Clarke and 
A H ( Mwh-shftw I > |,i f.senting the 
\:'!;- \.:.:nns' Auocla- 

,: h ,11.(1 Lilt- Vii.oiia UoLary Club. 
Stewart Clark, Major W. G. Cun- 
nmgham and 'Pliomas J. Goodake. 

ATTEND FUNEKAL 

AmonK tlio.se noticed at Uie .service 
al the Ciithedral were. Col. James 
Ughtbody, Capi A J. Dnllain, Her- 
bert Anscomb, M P.P , James Parfltt, 
Cecil Tlce, P. H. Kldd. Herbert Kent, 
A Rumsby, Edwin Tomlln, Herbert 
J. Pendray, Mrs. B de Macedo, Capt 
and Mrs. Oeorge MeOregor, J. Morse 
Matt and Mrs. Hatt, Prank Sehl. 
Prank Shandley, T. P. MoCoonell. 
Cotmcillor John V. Johnson, Reg- 
M.ild Hink.s, J. C. M. Keith 




An Inpitation 

... for Musical 
' Festival Visitors 

VISITORS to tha dty •for lluaical 
Festival Week ai. voniially invited 
to visa Fletcher Broa. ... the only 
eomplata aauaie atara In Victoria. Here. 

music is our only busiiu ss. We are glad 
to Ulk to you about nmsic . . . pleased 
to ahow 3^ti the nidf^jmhcent Steinway 

pianos . . . help you and yoUT children 

in any difficulties you have aacountarad. 

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THX trials and trIbuIatlOM of 
leading a great nation and an 

Empire are never allowed to Inter- 
fere with the hobbles and "vices" 



of Britain's Cabinet ministers. 
Hon. Stanley Baldwin (left) 

instaiii w put i.rT H ( a 

inert i:iK to attend a sotxer game. I almost. 



Rt Hon Ranisajr MasDonaM (( 
trt ), luiA done some of the finest 
"Btatesmanlng" while on tbe goU 
course or waUdng. Sir John Simon 
light), alao swears allegiance to 
tfie grand old game. Rt. Hon. Nv , 
:i;e Chamberlain dower left), •.k 
Chajtcellor of tlie Excheq\ier. would 
rather spend hLs time flgurlng out 
how to catch a fish than he would 
Irving to balance a budget. Rt. Hon. 
"Jtniime ■ Thoma* i lower centre) 
' noininioo Secretanr, u a walkari 
net I who wooM falhsr waft ttmm 



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SIHIlm enratf— I know It b«- 
VwlwW eauaa I auffcrad aaonr 
for Mvan ytart. I triad 
aWT mathod. but all f»ll»d until I 
dIacoTarad a wondcrrul lorraul* No* 
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QUERfTEL, 'nr. April 2fl iCP' — 
The Franer Rlvrr hnn rl.sen twelve 
and a half Inche.s .^ince Friday In- 
termittent rains In the Eraser Val- 
ley and vicinity were believed today 
to^have been wwponslhla for the 



TermU Entries 
To Close May IS 
III Island League 



Entries for the comlnf season in 
the Vancouver Island Tennis 
League are now being received for 
Division II. men; Division III, 
mlaed. and the sperial division for 
women, by flecretaji- sun Holm an. 
706 Cook .'^t.reet. it was aruinunced 
\i's'cr<\„v Ml 'rams are asked to 
' '» ' • < ' In by May 15. the 
rinsint; dat<\ A special meeting of 
the league wae Mid dwil^ last 
week, the temporary oommlttee be- 
ing re-elected to carry on. with the 
Joltowlnf added to it. Dr. a. Poynta. 
Noel R. Staples and O. Fon. 



1 • Ki'e-Willi.s. W, T Straith, Jamt 
r.i in.son, H. Maynard, George 
i : iwinan, D. D. McTavlsh, Mr. and 
Mrs. Frank Doherty, Mr. and Mrs. 
Cf i ii Annl.stead, F. C. Armstrong, 
\. iih.iiM l^mm, M. C. Sands. E 
vernoit Thomson, K. Taylor, Mrs 
I M. Prior, Mrs. W. Vickers. OoL 
~|W. Rldgeway Wilson. Col. A. W. R 
iWilby, Aid. Andrew McOavln, Mrs. 
" ^. H. Bishop. Persy Watson and 
, P R. Scurrah. 

\ I FLORAL TRIBUTES 

' Th» following Is a list of the 
f oral trtbates: Mr. and Mrs. Stephen 
Barclay. Mr. and Mrs. Smith-Nelll, 
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Tuffrey. Major 
-nd Mrs. Cunningham, Miss J?an 
"imningham, Mr and Mrs. Victor 
Clark, Mrs. C. C. Warn and family, 
:.Tr and Mr.,. G. Stone, Mr.s. Hack- 
■ •.ii. Mr. and Mr.s H O Bolt and 
fiitnily, Mrs. G. Gadsden. Capt. 
Burges B. Gadsden and family, 
^{r5. Innes and family. Miss Sster 
<ates, Mrs. Stevens. 
Miss Connie Strevens. Mrs. Little, 
Mrs. Kathleen Selden Humphreys, 
Mr. and Mrs. Howard, Webb and 
family. C F. Todd, Mr. and Mrs. C. 
H French, Misses Dorothy and K 
Oregson. Mr. and Mr.s. Stewart 
Clark. Mr. and Mrs. John John.son. 
^Trs Prei.swerck, Mr. ajid Mrs. Fran- 
I rd, Mrs. Carey and family, Mr. 
and Mrs. T. J. Qoodlake. Mr. and 
Mrs. J. W. Orlst and family. 

Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Allwood, Mr. 
and Mrs. Oeorfe Burgess, Mr. and 
Mrs. Stewart Smith, Mr. mid Mrs. 
Jack Mather, Mrs. A. E Holmes. 
Arthur Baker. Mr and Mrs. W 
Webster. Herbert Kent, Mr.s. Leach. 
NT;'v C I. Alexander. Mr. and Mr.s 
T. H. Porter and family, Mr, ;\n(l 
Mrs. Jack Webb tind family. Mr.s 
Ft' ^t T tosh and family, Mr. 
s> ild.son and family, Mr 

and Mrs. J. Hanbury and fantUir. 

The Girls- Band. Miss lOeBaU. 
Miss Nellie MeXay. Miss Rose Mur- 
phy, Miss Kvtfyn Orteve. Mary 
EasUm. Miss OllVe Ireland. Mlvs 
Connie Orrlck, Mrs. Vera oreg.son. 
Mrs. TuthlU and family, William N. 
Webb rChlcflgo>. Mr and Mr.s Wil- 
liam Hlnks (Los Angeles). Miss 
Margaret Hlnks (Los Angeles). Mrs 
J. R. Clark. Allan and Jack Stobart. 

Mrs sealp. Miss O. Seale, Miss 
Virtue Errlngton, Miss Peggy Lewis, 
F N. Francis on behalf of the Old 
comrades of the ISth Field Ambu- 
lance. OJEJ*.: Warrant OfBoers, 
Sergeants, and Staff Sergeants of 
the Canadian Scottish regiment. 
firm his Comrades of the Army 
and Navy Vet/rans in Canada. From 
the officers and members of Pro 
Patricia Branch Canadian I^Rion 
B.E.SX., the City Temple oongrega 



tion, Thos. Pllmley, Ltd., the Auto- 
mobile Club of Vancouver, the Auto- 
mobile Club, of Washington, the 
Victoria Automobile Club, the Ro> 
tary Club, of Victoria, the staff of 
the Bank of MontreaX Victoria Si 
E jl.'^land Publicity Bureau, ahd the TU- 



City and District 



SUjht Fire Damage^-An over- 
heated .stove ignited the kitchen 
wall and cau.se-.l slight daniuL'c at 
the home of H. Hipsiiaw, 9W Cale- 
donia Arenue, yesterday. 

Conaervatlvra to Meet — The B.C. 
exeruiive of the Conservative Asso> 
nation will hold a meeting In Vic- 
toria next Sattirday moniinf, la the 
Conservative roomi^ it was aB' 
nounoed 



m mm 
lorni liiip 

Dtfeat Victoria West Cubs 
In Juvenile Soccer to Win 
Coveted Trophy 

the Clmrriber Of 
Slipping through for two fine f irtiw - nr.r.rn 

goals In the second half, the final! 

one coming Just a few minutes be- \ """diiMt ivrinit—A building per- 
mit has been Issued for the erection 
at 1M7 Yale Street, In Oak Bay, of 
a four-roomed house — tifn tted to 
oost tifiOO. The owner and builder 

is L. O. Soott. 



ish Columbia Provincial Rabbit 
Breeders Afisoclation will bs held 
at the Y.M.C.A. on Tuesday, at 8 
pjn. There will be a practical dem- 
onstration on combing and clipping 
Angora rabbits. All interested are 
cordially invited to attend. 

Tag Day Results— Although the 
final count was not available, lu.st 
night. It was e.stimated that the 
TiiU'iculuij.s Branch of the Cana- 

» >. ... m«_.. ^ L^Kion raised approximately 

Rtoeentlnue MeeUngs-On ar- $300 through the sale of tag, Offl- 
oountof approaching Summer, the clals of the branch decU?ed they 
aCF. is discontinuing it* regular were plea.sed over the generous re 
Monday evening pubUc meetings at sponse of cltlsei^nd iSlSd to 

convey their thaato to eontrlbutors 
and taggers. • . • 



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fore the whistle, Marigold Aces, 
league champions, captured the 
liandsome Colonist Cup, yesterday 
afternoon, by defeating Victoria 
West Cubs in the last match of the 

season in the Royal Juvenile Ath- 
letic Association soooer loop by a 
2-0 score. The tussle was plajed 
at the Royal Athletic Park as a pre- 
llmlntxry to the Province Cup match 
In the Coast League. 

Although the Cubs had a dl.stlnct 
advantage in the first half they 
failed to Jump at their opporkml- 
ties. Dallmore passed up a great 
chance by missing a penalty about 
halfway through the period. Marl- 
gold showed more fight tn the sec- 
ond half and fifteen minutes after 
the .^tart, Medler broke through for 
the first ina: k'-i 

PASS LP CHANCES 

The OubS came back with re- 
peated rushes, but again, passsd up 
several fine chances. With only 
three minutes remaining. Myles put 
Marigold two up and clinched the 
gaae when hks high shot hit the 
bar and then fell down In front of 
the net to roll In. 

Shrlmpton refersed and teams 
follow: 

Marigold — Mo.vi. Allen, Lenion, 
Alexander. Deat, Snoblin. Medler, 
MacDonald. Watt, Ralph and Myles. 

Victoria West.— Simpson, Blnkp- 
more. Blackstock, Hornsby, ok. 
Dallmore. Carlow, Sage. McMillan, 
Oent and NoeL 

W/> H / Sh r> tinu 

Removed by DeulU 



Open Bathhiase Owing to the 
rausoally warm weather that is 
being experienced here, the p^rK 
committee of the City councu iia* 
decided t-o open the Gorge bath- 
house earlier tlian last year. Ralph 
Alcock will i>r in charge of the 



You Owe Yourself F^rotection Through 

Firt INSURANCE Automobile 

ELSIE B. RICHARDS 

tnitt 7» IfatropoHtaa Buttdtag, Oppoaita PMtoffico 

PHONE K MPIRE 7722 



To Plan ReroHer Shoot— Plans 
for the annual revolver 

be discussed at the monthly meet- onen daijv ♦K^ -^-^L- - 
ing of the Victoria Police Mutual'^ ^ 
Benefit Aa.'ioclatlon on Tuesday, at 



u P'"«'f"l«es every Sunday, starting to- 



2 .10 
hcu 



p ni 

I'll' 



in the rsceeatlan room. 



Ki|.iuiK ( I,, I.- —The Victoria Kip 



Retaras to Vieterta^ol. Cecil h 

Mears, a former resident of lhi.s city 
arrived here ye.sterday after .s[,end 



ling Circle will hold Its monthly * P**^ traveling in Eur(^ 



! He Rjient 

Cicr" :i ■ , 



some time in England, 
:<(i Belgium, and in each 
coimtry he found a general improve- 
ment in conditions. Oermany 
under Hitler, is making rapid - rid. ' 
towards recovery, he .sflid. In Eng- 
land and Belplum there 
signs of better buslne.ss. 



meeting tomorrow, at 8 o'clock, at 
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Comwell, 
Oak Bay Avenue. Anyone Inter- 
ested in the works of the great 
author '11! be heartily welcomed. 

Strip Maps — Fourteen thousand 
strip maps of various seettons of 
Vancouver XHand will be printed 
shortly by the Victoria Automobile 
Club and distributed throughout th' 
Pacific Coast and Paclflr Northwest, 
it was announced •, r tirday by T. 
J. Goodlake, club .secretary. 

Y.M.r.A. rire^^Report., -f prog- ; -7^'— ~- -J 

re.y and f nther plan.s of the i^i^n/l 0,rn,..>,?.«iIr*T^ -v."** wl 

YMCA niiiiuftl rlrciw to t>e held 
M« 1'.! Rt the Willows, will be i)re- 
sc' ff! at a nieetln? of the general 
c, •- Monday, at B l.") pm. In 

the Y-M.C -A. Byron Johnson, MPP., 
will 



WOOD aod COAL 

E. Piinfer & Sons 

THOSr, it !UVII 
•17 t»)aM()aA.'<IT ST VKTOaiA 



No New Roada — Outside of maln- 
enance of existing hlghway.s on 
Vancouver Island, no new roads are 

p:nii.'.''i in the area thLs year, Hon. 
F M M:uPherson. Minister of 
Work.K (ic( iiired yesterday after re- 



tf PatHa Branch. C( 

B.B.S.L. 

Mambari and tha Woman's Auxiliary of 
the above branch ara ratiuaated to attend 
Uia funaral of our lata Oomrad* A. O 
SnelUoa at CbrUt Ctiurrh Cathedral on 
TuaHaiv, Mar u M S:ss p m 

O. A. OIU* Sacrttarr. 



Ciriumbla Imports upwards of 40.000 
head of beef cattle a year for table 
purposss, mast «t tttfs si«tdy aom- 
log from Alberta. 



BRIGHAM 
OIL BURNER 



TNI SMOKI OP TNI SRHItH IMHRE 



W.D.t H.O.WIL15 

GOLD 
FLAKE 

COBK TIP oe P^AiN^^ifCilEd. 




Mrs Marg-uerlte Lillian Sweeting, 
wife of William J Mwcm log, 176S 
Hollsrwood Crescent. p;(. .^<-d away 
yesterday, in 8t Josepti .s Hospital 
Twenty-three years of age, Mi«. 
Sweeting was widely known as an 
athlete as "Clss" Btubbs. before her 
marrlafle. She was bom hi Leth- 
brtdge and had raided here for the 



New Potatoea-For the first time 
this sn.ion local new potatoes were 
on Ri • icrday In the Victoria 
Public Market. The stalls that had 
ihcTu In sold their stock rapidly, al- 
' hough the prtoe was 9S cents per 
»)ound, straight It Is expected the 
price of local poUteea will i—slii 
high for some time. 



Private funeral servlees will be 
at Hasrward's B C. Funeral 
tomorrow. Interment will 
in Royal Oak Burial Park 




in 



m>u ru f rti 1 n(.H 



J lr( t ( lit sU .1 ■ re- 

moval -. - " ,4); 

leadlnt: - • ,;i -.mt-s in Europe. It 
has the , r ont of the medical 
profession throughout the norld be- 
cause It is absolute safs and effi- 
cacious. CaU for booklet and take It 
to your doctor that be may aerify 
this statvaeat MIsb Ranman. SOI 
RaywarJ B Uf. Phane O IMS. 

rbersH a M of aatlsfactlen in 
knowtaf that year dasires wui be 

carried oat Wlien yen order from a 
<iependabkb established > : w . 
house, and to know that .ou w;; 
get value received, phis printing 
that helps. See us The Colonist. 
1211 MMI atrast phone O MIL 

pMce^ HatlLneas St boo. 61tf Far- 



LOMDON 

aaiooi 



ralaley neanera and BpaBI^ We 

call End deliver I'iione 03734. 



Chicken Dinners every day. 
~' Bolel. aidasf. 



78 



PaWey Cleaners and Ovrra We 

call and deliver. Phone OiTM. 



usual 

weekly public meeting of the vic- 
toria Independent Theoeophicai So- 
ciety will be held on Monday night 
at the JorMS Building Fr>rt Street. 
An ndflrrs- \'\]] be delivered on 
"■I'he Oirult World." .oil will be 
followed by open dls< , Vls- 

lU^r-: n-,- , ..-'Ilally wr 

Rabbit Breeders to Meet — The 

usoal aenthlp aasetiat of the Brit- 

"Chut ' Placed on 
Market 

Victoria Firm Introducta Now 

Chutney 

The introduction of "Chut." the 
delicious frtiit chutney, marks the 
birth of another Victoria industry 
Mads by Ttm •Vttut" Foods Com- 
pany, ha their plant. iHi Rockwell 
Avenue, the process of manufacture 
InrhideA the use of a special and 
expensive formula whereby the 
HavoT of aged and perfertly blended 
■Initney Is achieved within the .space 
of t wenty-fotjr lioura 

"Chut" Is 1101 saje iq such 
leading stores .< i > Hudson's Bay 
Comnany. David Upeaoer, Ltd., 
r V wiggiy, H. o. Kirkhaau Ltd.. 
and many etheea. Hie aMawfsr of 
the flra, j. w. Inhnsten. 1ms had 
eightevi years' aapsrtsnoe hi the 
flcldof food p rodneis of thU nature. 
OOVOring the IV)mlnion frf>m coast 
U> eoast for two different rmiipanies 



WaauuiiVlBB Way^-^ seemed un- 
reasonable to lira. S. orou, of 2373 _ 
East 10th Street, Vancouver, that|^ 
she should be fined $10 for driving 
her car to the Vancouver courthoh*,- 

island throughfares.' in whirtT he ^ * ""''"T '^^^'^ '^^'^ 
went as faTas Campbel RiveT '^'^ ^ay of her r.-.,,,,, f,,,,,, 

Nowhere else to tt^SSJtoce th ■ " ""V"'^" ^'"^^""^ 

mtolster iwaaitonoSTSTdrit " get the 

for IM miles on surfaced loads as ^ ' -Pped and sum- 

jwM on wnaoea loaos as ^ .h ^ ^j^j^ loUowed 



aiMal Task la 
iMaat tmpTiwiiaiS 

Free, for Limited Time 

45 Gallons 

Stove Oil 

B.C. HARDWARE 

'•H St. Osrlrn HIM 



en the Island BIghwaf. 

To Name Chairman— Members of 
the board of directors of the Vic- 
toria Chanilier of ( ' .t: 1 m;"; - <■ will 
meet at luncheon m .s „ i,, ijin- 
Ing-rcxim t^>morr • ■ > -,1 it 
will be the first meeting .sukc the 
election of new directors last Tues- 
day, and It Is customary to select 
a new chairman and president of 
the board. Herbert Anscomb, M.PP., 
Is the retiring president and chair- 
man. Other ofBcers of the cham- 
ber will likely be named at the 
meeting tomorrow. 



Ftrs List Lengthen*— Porest fire 
reporU are growing tn British Co- 
lumbia. To date, nlnetfen outbreaks 
have been listed in the Vancouver 
and Kamloops areas combined, with 
Prince Oeorge, Prince Rupert and 
Nelson forest distrlctji yrt to be 
heard from. Recent reports by 
mall to the Forest Branch here in- 
dicate mild weather oondlUoias, 
lining from "fine and warm" to 
hot and dry." Picnic parties in 
the woods and motorists on trav- 
eled hishways. are aaked to use care 
with eamp fires and matches. 



will 

be a presentation of band colors 
this afternoon at the SaTvatlon 

Army Clfade!. ntond Pfr^ff in 
connection with fh^ nii«ir«l meet- 
ing led by Bandmaster W Ratcllffe 
The new flag, which has arrived 
from the international headquar- 
ters of the Army. London. Kngland. 
will be received by Bandsman Mac- 
Wrln. the ookw •ser gea nt of the 
senior band of the citadel. Adjotaat 
Thlentein. BCWiBMimUin edker of 
the Vtetorfa Oorpa. trill make the 
presentation. 



Qionsed. 

Mrs. OroU took the matter ap with 
proriadal authorities, who yester- 
day ordered remisskm of the fine. 
Lloyd Leadbetter, a Kmafreman of 
Erlckson, was fined 110 and »4 90 
costs for allowing a prospective 
purcha.';er to drive a trade-in truck 
with AJberta plates, Hu licences 
were cancelled. He, too, will get his 
money back. 

BOBBy KIKO 

FItLi) 



la Fine 74 to Take Two- 
I>ead In Junior Oolf 
at Ui 



PatrlckMii HoUlf, Lid. 



W I 

^Matitfnlly attnataS SWaMU Broad 
" Ktnatntton OarSma Mmmm 

1 iba Station ona ■lattis awav. 

- '<■' r<iiiine ovaraaai TlalUra ae»» 

K'rrrd Inr Tariff • 



BnamnainBaBHaBy 

FIND HIDDEN WEALTH - 
IN OLD fiOLD 

Let t'a Olva Taa Oar V>la»ii«n | 

Out v1 I own runlomer* maU In your 

014 aal4. valuaUM tstolaet ta ire«t ■ 
apMMai SMI sB«e esv ss eiM le* 

r el Tad. p 

I Pacific Gold I 

Smelting Co. ■ 



l<eaT > for I t sii fc J. A. Grant, 
provtaelal martr i ts commissioner, 
and Dr. W. R. Gunn, pieviiielal 
llveetoek ' commteloner. win leave 
today for Williams Lake to attend 
the fourth annual bull sale of the 
range country and to discuss live- 



stock marketing problems with the 
Mr. Johnston expreaaea the utmoat.BC Beef CattJe Breeders' Assocla- 



oonAdenoa In the future of Chut 
(UUBf. aa daas. n yapalar dSBiand 

••• 



♦ ion It waa announced yesterday 
Hon K c MacDonakl. Minister 
i«f Afrtddlnra. At 



Returning a fine 76, Bobby PSBd 
took a two-stroke lead in the first 
round of the junior championship 
of the Uplands Golf Ohib yesterday 
afternoon. The seer rd cifhteen holes 
wlU be played next Saturday, and 
the top ttarse eenpetllon will be 

given places In the club champion- 
ship. Tied for .secfjnd poeitmn werr 
Ken Lawson and Lloyd fire<r f 
lowed by the defrnding rlian pioi. 
Harold Pretty, with an SO 

Scores follow: R. Pord, 78; Ken 
Lawson. 78: Lloyd Greer. 78; Hardd 
Pretty. 80; L. Roach. B: Pted Pearee. 
S3; Vte Painter. 0: O. P. 'nicmas. 
^9tnb. a. oomtrj, as; 



Sffidi 



I 



Jot 



88: G. Nome, 108. 



fAH PKAMCitCO 

HOTEL 

Stewart 



n o w N TOWN 

On I ' ■ ' ' . • II f I. 

I': .r,. .(..i ... . ..I M . .. , 

MODeRATF warrs 

^ iiboal «4 rn I n .1), 

Bt^maiat * ' Beginmn 

■XCKLLKNT klBAluS 

BreeWreet I?. )1 



.'2 



Sun A> ' 

I S.»4 l«, ra 



79 



One of the most suooeasful fur 
coats of the season came from 
HeUn's in Paris. It was collarlesa. 
but a long scarf was attached by 
buttonholes to an oMoi« tafeb on 
eftber shouMar. tasldliv tks aearf 
away from the neck. 

• • a 

ShorU for bsach wear ars lentrr 
stralCbtv. bat yen aay wear 

if yoa wish. Ronipsrs 

(or sna baOrinc see hither, bewem'. 

a a • 

Shirrinf has beeoM a 



HHSl CAIULDKAL TROOP 

Tha First Oaibsdni TToop held 
ite r«ular wmmk on Friday night. 
Hie WS S flnt was opened, aftor 
wlUeh Inqiection of the patrol.* 
carried out. The patrols then ' oke 
awsv for flft^een mlnuten ' 
struction from their patrol le;o!f:» 
The patrol pennant was award«'d to 
the Curlew Patrol for havtni? 11 
highest number f»f poinU fo ■ 
month In the Inter-patrol mmrR 
Utlon. Some of the ~ ' " 



a rielt. and two 

were played, with the I^ng 
twd Troop iolnlofl la. nw mect- 



m 




3n 



Social Activities and Notes of Personal Interest 



Noted A rt 
Works on 



Way 



local orKaiu/^atiaa. under whON am- 1 
ptces the i>i( ui/M are to be showii i 

here \.\ rnakniK fvprv f.'foii to draw 
the pui)lir .s Hitciiiioii III t)if «-xtiibi 
itlon. which will unflouhlrrllv hf one 
of the fuie^t ol lU kind ever ohown 




A Pretty Saltspring Island Wedding; 



I^Ulu1 Aii.s aiul Cralu aoclety, has 
rfMuriH-d Irom YMKOnTV, whm he 

completed amafemoito rttiutilng 
th« exhibition of waUr-oolar palnt- 
ingi on lou from tbt Bogral 0cot- 
tlih Sodctr fl< Wator-Oolor Faint- 
•n. This tthlblUon U to be ahown 
In tlM Mmroom of the Windermere 
Hotel, about t>ip n 

Wider the auspices of •),,. I Jandj 
Arte and Oafts Sock tv 

TTie coUiTtion ( '..-nj,! lm-- .lijout! 
150 water colf)is i rpi * .■>< n'n; ; <■ ho! h ! 
of the old and modern »ciiooi. The' 



. point la that the 

exhlMtlOD win be free to th^ public 

.iiid It \f. ho\->eA thit llic piiblii will 
ttike full advanlaKf ol tli*- oppor- 
tuiill'. In vl<>w ihi- pictures Mrs 
Ne«to[j of ih*- WiiKlPriiipr c Holfl, 
h*A aU<i Klvcn the irc of the i(K)riiR 
free of i-iuu>;c in the iiiiereat* of art. 

h^ii thpr details will AXIffttt IHk tlM 
preaa at a later date. 



Mis F1>iiii '"niia nelRhborhoOd 

aeeins pretty nouy. Mrs. O'Brien." 
MMl OVrten: 'fm; «Im only time 

thcK 's any |¥"ace fieip ij VlMB the 
trama drown the noise. " 




TEX 



Srinns /tacJt Lifl to fahriCM 



Gives your dress an 
invisible cellophane^ 
like pfOCection against 

^water sj>!a>lus and raindrops 

—soft-drink stains 

— ^wilting in humid weather 

Exduiivtljr m NEW METHOD Service 

in mhich no cxir« cAarfc 
k madt 

New Method 

CLEANERS & DYERS 




Prices Etiective 

i.r 3 Days 



above 



Ml miiig wedding 



M.irk'K SilMpring Islai\< 
Raymond Morris. In the grou 
Edna Merrfa and MIm Brtlar ^ 



group w.is photographed alter the Murii!, Boiiadaile wrddmg at St. i 
uesdav when Miss Gladys Muriel Hotr^cidilr w,is nuriied to Mr. Prank 
yr^^* bnde and groom, and the brideamaida. Miaa Doceen Crofton. Miss 
; tke flower firl. ICiH Patridn Seb«rt% «ad Mr. Pied Morris, the| 
best man. 





United Pref*.vtcrial 

The United Church Presbyterlal 
executive met on Friday aftemoon, 
Mrs. Graham, the president, pre- 
ildlng. Mrs. Saunby led in the de- 
votiooal period and urged metttben 
to take more time for the quiet hour 
and for prayer. Mrs. Graham told 



a aucce.ssful silver tea on Thursday 
afternoon at the home of Mrs. IL 
Stock. The president, Winnie Camp- 
bell, assisted by Iris Stock, received 
the fuesU. Tb» rooms had been 
prettUy decorated with the King's 
Daughters' colors in Spring llowrrs, 
tulips. Irl.ses and lilies of the valley 




Of Tlilting the Chinese Auxiliary.! by MKs f'anipt>pll and Phvil.s Man- 
where she found the members veryjzpr. Mlss Muripi non.siiU had charge 
much Interested and active Mrs ] of a gue.islng competition, which 
Field reported a new nu.s,slon band wa.s won by Mrs. J FleUher. Song.s 
organized at ("umbei land, al.so a ' were sung by Phyll.s Colk and 
baby band at Fairfield Church, i Eleanor and Orant Butt. Miss San- 
MTs. Alton, Christian Stewardship, ders gave several enjoyable piano 



the chair. Mrs. Swan, dis- I 
I' puty. was. also present. A 
'lull i>:actlce will be held OQ Mon- 
day, May 7. at 2 pm. 



HIGHWAY 



Tilly ralant, Oukrantrrd in 



SL Mmry'a Beialer WJL 

All members of St. Mary's Senior 
W.A. are asked to note that the 
date of Lh£ silver and lv>iii.- 

cooking .-ale. U-> be held In the tut II 
has been ctianged from May 3 to 
May M. 



/ Lb. Sack Each 19c 

244^ Sask Easb Us 

43-Lb. Sack Each$f J9 



FIVE ROSES 



for BrMtf ar tmn 



7-Lb. Sack Eseh 26c 

S^'ILJk Sssk. . . _ _Essh S3s 

49 Lb. Sack Ea&h$i.&8 



SEA ROVER AUSTRALIAN PASTRY 



iO-Lb. Sack 2St 



secretary, reported letters sent to 
all auxiliaries, with names of all 
the missionaries to be renembered 
In prayer by members. Mrs. Wilkin- 
son, temperance secretary, asked 
that greater efTorts be made for the 
education of the youth of the city 
on temperance, .sh iwlng them thr 
ill cfTecl.s of .ilcoiiol (Ml human lif<' 



sokM and accompanied Mettia An 
derson for a charming dance sbe 
gave. Tea was served under the 
direction of Mrs. Stock and those 
helping were Phyllis Man/cr, ril.tdvs 
Stock. Bona McDonald, Edith 
.Squibb, MxuSnf Xiovell and Lcnora 

• • • 



Mrs. Lalng rep>orle<l three libraries (.leaner*,' t Ircle 



formed In mLsslon stations in lonely 
places and asked (or 150 books to be 
added to the collection. ' Mrs. W. L. 
Smith reported for the Stranfers 
and visiting committee. 

• • • 

King's Daughlera 
The Jimior King's Daughters held 




The monthly meeting of 
Gleaners' Mission Circle of the First 
United Church was hekl, on Friday 
evening, at the Oriental Home, 733 
Cormorant Street. Miss Jean Munro 
presided. After a short devotional 
period, Mis.? Oraoe Revercomb (fave 
a brief talk on ' C'llving ' Mi.s.s 
Mitchell then read two interr.sling 
Ip'f.tera from missionaries, de^crlbinj? 
their work In China. After the 
meeting, the ho.ste«.s. MLss Martin, 
showed the girts ttirough the various 
rooms of the Oriental Home, telling 
them of the work carried on at Van 
home. Refreshments were th&n 
served by the hoetesa. 

• • • 

Britaaaia W.a. 

The monthly scxrlal of the WA 
lo Britannia Branch. Canadian Le- 
^'lon. wa-s held recently In the < 



Kind's Daiqrhterit 

The annual ino^'tlnir of thr KinR .s 
Daughters a'IU t>e held tomorrow at 
2:30 p.m. Bu.sii>ess will include 
rpport.s of the circles and district 
and the election of ofBcers for the 
ensulne year. 

• * • 

St. Barnabas' Ouild 

Mrs. J. L. Jones will hoki a silver 
tea on Wednesday, from 3 to 0 pm 
at her home, 407 Oorge Road, In aid 
of St. Barnabas' OuUd and W.A. 
All mAibers and their frienda are 
cordially Invited. 

* • • 
Cathedral Gnild 

Miss Shep.herd and Mrs Drtiry, 
86 Mass Street, will be hnsto.s-se.s to 
the ^'"^ Wonif"'"* Parish Guild of Chrtsl 
Church Cathedral, on Tuesday after- 
noon, from 2:30 to 5:30 O'clock. 



!Butter: 



Finest Quality 
Wixite Or Brown.. 

Orade A Large 



Losvc 



I 
I 
1 
I 



OOLUmU BBAMB 
rVWm rKEAMKET 

Lb 27c 
3 Lbs. 79c 



I 
I 
I 
I 



EGGS 
STRAWBERRY JAM 



King- 
Beach 4-Lb. 



CHEESE 
COFFEE 



Red Arrow Large 



Finest Ontario Mild 

Dalo 

Orooad wMle yea wait 



15c 
20c 
43c 

17c 
17c 
21c 



LAKB mLL 

Th- monthly meeting of the Lake 
Hill W.I. will bo held on Tue.sday 
afternoon at 2 30 oviock m the in- 
stitute Hall. Mrs J D Ciordon will 
speak on "Balanoe<l Meals ' This 
addrcH will be given at 3:30 o'clock 
when non-members will be welcome 



SUNLIGHT SOAP 

(Limit 3) i'er Carton 17c 



BOTAL OAK 

There were nine tab%s in play at 
the fortnightly card game of the 
Royal Oak W.I.. which was hold in 
,ib|the hall. Prizes were won by Mrs 

rf)oms. when an enjoyable gamp of ' ' i^'in. Mr Ponsford, Mis.s H« w 
court whl.st wa-s played. The prize '^Ir.s. Milne, Mrs Hrown and Mr 
winners wore: First. Mrs. Bourne O.sgood. A .sppi uil ten -bid prize 



.U^ Tta 1 7c 

SPICES \-:'^ tt,..15c 

COCOMUT ; 13c 

MAPLE SYRUP p.,. « ....19c 

Ns. 1 tlAP RICE 3u.16o 



PALMOUV£ 


SOAP 


(Limit 8) 4 


Bars 19c 


SES«UI MATOMES ^ 


.vkt. 1 8c 


CLASSIC CLEAiSER 





CLOTHES PINS 
FLOOR WAX 
AMMONIA 



I. la Pkl. 9C 

.1*. ti. 19c 

karta KM. 80 




GINGER SNAPS 



15c 



OAAPE-NUTS 

Per Pkt. 14c 



and Miss Bessie Davidson; consola- 
tion. Mrs. Simons and Mrs. Demp- 
ster. Harmonica selections were 
itlven while refreshments were bemg 
served. 

• • • 

South Saanirh I. A. 

The South .'^'iianK h I,adle.-,' Aid of 
'lie .St Mary's and .St .Steplien's 
Churches held its meeting at the 
I'.oiiip of Mrs. A. Spencer, Venller 
Avenue, with a Rood attendance of 
rriembers. Arrangements were made 
' > hold a garden fete and bazaar 
n .Saturday. June IG. at the home 
of Mrs. Ocrakl H. May. Mount New- 
ton, after the meeting; tea was 
served by the hosteea. 

• • • 
Qaeea Alesaadra Review 

Members and friends of Queen 
Alexandra Review. W.B.A., No. 1, 
are reminded of the bridge party to 
be held tomorrow evening at 8 



donated by Mr. PoiiKford. wa.s won 
by Mrs Townsend and Mrs. Hutch- 
ison. Refreshments were served at 
the close of the game. Hostesses 
for the evening were Miss Ley. Mrs. 
and Mies Phillips and Mrs. Wilkin- 1 
son. An old-time dance will be 
heW on Friday. On Wednesday the 
Spring Flower and Bulb Show will 
be held in the In.stituto Hall, rom- 
mrncin,? at 2 30 p ni and conlinu- 
liiK until 6pm llirre will be no 
charge for fnirics and the show Is 
open to all rrsidenta of Saanlch ' 
who are shoAing their own exhibits ] 
During the afternoon, teas will be ' 
served, while contests and fortiinr i 
telling wlU add to the entertain- 
ment Anyone wishing to make 
entries can get all particulars bv 
telephoning Colquitz 25P. 



FRESH PRODUCE 

RHUBARB T" 9c 

ORANGES \;;:26c 

GRAPEFRUIT 

.6 1.. 26c 

SPINACH 

.. 4>b. 15c 



I ... • I trt 
Clran 



MONDAY 

ONLY 



MONDAY 

ONI Y 



★ 
★ 



QUALITY MEATS 

MINCED STEAK 2 lbs. 13c 

STEWING BEEF 2 lbs. 13c 

POT ROASTS ?b. 7c 



it 



NEW SPECIALS DAILY 

IN MEAT DEPARTMENT 



Pensions aad City lUHaf tHpa QMly Accepted 



We Reserve the Right to Limit 
Quantitlee 



D IS t R IB U T I O N. 



Victoria 



o'clock in the Women's Institute ' hold Its 



VlCTOmiA 

Women's In.'titute will 




SAFEWAY STORES. LTD. 

707 Fort St 



WITHOUT WASTE 



>ins, 564 Yates Street. There will 
I' Kood prlzej a«'arded for highest 
cores, and rrf rcshii)pnt.s will lie 
served. A large attendance is hoped 
for. 

• * • 

DauKhter^ of St. Geotfe 

The DauKhtrrs of .St fVorge. 
'iin Lodge No 8,'t, will iiiccl on 
Wednesday evening at 8 oclocic in 
the Sons of England Hall Mem- 
t>er8 are requested to come as a 
large class of candidates will be 
initiated into the order. The cush- 
ion waa won by Un. K afcelland at 
last social. 

• • a 
£asi>eeeee Clab 

The Bubeeoee Club hekl another 
highly successful dance recently at 
Hampton HaU. Miss Kva Foukes. 
the hostess, was ably assisted by the 

master of ceremonies, Mr .lo k 

Frew Another dance Is to Ix' held 
"II May II, at Hampton Hall The 
:nrrtinK of the club will be held 
M M . ■ on Friday. 

il <. I 1 I I- a ri,iiiiip<l 

\ ilvrr lea and garden party. In 
aid of Our I.ady of Lourdes Church, 
the WiUow5, win be held at the 
home of Mrs. A. McOermott, "Oraoe 
Manor," Uplands, oa Wednesday 
afternoon, from s to • o'clock. The 
Oak Bay bus to Beaoh Drive will 
live the moit direct aarrlee. 

GfBdaate Nance 

The monthly meeting of the 

Oraduate Nurses' As.sociatlon will be 
held at, the Nurses' Horop. .luhiW 
Hospital, on Tue.s<1av nt R < n I 'i- 
speaker for the evening wlii be Rev. 
E. P. Churrh. who will ad^NM the 
'1 w-t ■ "Psychology." 

• • 

s Mexandra Lodge will 

ueei on Thursday, in the 8.0^ 
Hall. DecoraUoo aenrta* wlU be 
MeM during the ■mHin After the 
meeting, partmr «IM mil be 
piayad fev Matam tai trtmit, at 
l:t» PA 

• • • 



annual League of Nations 



tea on Wcdne.sday. May 9, In the 
rooms. ?>64 Yate.s .Street. An «d- 
drps.s will be given on the subject 
of the League, and after a mttsical 
programme, tea will be served. It 
U hoped that every organisation in 
Victoria will bo repreoented at this 
the fourth annual League of Na- 
tkms tea. Mrs. K. Palmer is the 
convener and a capable commUlec 
is in chariTP of the arrangements. 



purse, giovp.s nnd pump.s completed 
the color harmmn The couple left 
on a motonuK trip to .so.Tttle, from 
whence they wiU travel to Princeton 
to take up reiidenee. 



Y.W.C.A. Notes 



Lodge Frteiroae. No. sa I^:»m.-hfrr» 
Of tt i gi a n d. met on Friday m the 



LBBB— UVIN O S T O N E 
The marriage wa.s .solemnized 
quietly In Vancouver, on Thursday 
morning at 11 o'clock, at the home 
of the bride's parents. Angus Drive, 
when Jeannle Lillian, oldest daugh- 
ter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Uvlngatone. 
beeaBM the bride of Mr Ralph A. 
Lees, ion of Mr. and Mrs A Lees, 
of Victoria. Rev. E D Braden 
officiated. Mrs S Pat ton was the 
soloist and was accompanied at the 
piano by Ml.s.s I)f)rothy WLsmer 
Miss Margaret Llvlng.stone and Miss 
Gertrude Livingstone were the 
bride's attrndantA. the former a-s 
flower girl wearing a Kate Oreen- 
way In while dotted muslin laced 
by tiny yellow ribbon from neck- 
line to waist in the back and 
eontlnuiaff in aeft itrsaaicra to the 
hem. Sho eariM a namtn of pale 
yollov p rtwr oees. and the allMr at- 
tendant, aa ring-bearer, wti dressed 

In black VOlvet trousers with white 
walet and polka Ue She carried 
'he ring upon a black and white 
.*atin nishton Oiven In marriage by 
hz-r father, th'' bride wore a cream- 
cokirrd Barbara Dean dress The 
neckline, ext<«ndlng to tiie waist, the 
hem and the cuff were outlined In 
pira'inc and a matching turtwn 
was worn, covered with a cream, 
three-quarter-length IBMta veil. A 
diminuUvt apray of aiyto heather 
was caught In the itnaaNn of the 
boiMpiet of pale yelhm roaebuds 
lUDedlatelv after the wedding 
breakfast, the brld*- donned an im- 
ported wool tailored null In buerre 
vellow, a-'th blouse of mniiette gr^'v 
plcoied m yellow Her halo-brUnmed course 
hat MM «f fritar gai pty. mhI Om M«^ 



All club girls who have taken part 
in the reeroatloiial hour during the 

Winter are Invited to attend a spe- 
cial meeting nn Monday night at 7 
o'clock, whei! 1 ichearsal will be 
held for the closing demon.stratlons 
of the physical department it is 
important that everyone should be 
out Iflsa Xlaton win be in charge 
of the closing, which will take ptace 
on Friday, May 11. 

JOINT MEETING 

On Friday night a joint meeting 
was held by the Y.W.C.A. and 
TILCA. boards «f directors, when 
Dr. S. M. Beat was the gtiest 
speaker. Dr. Beat reviewed the 
changes affecting the lives of young 
I)eoj)le In the pa.st years and then 
led a discussion on what the two 
a.s.so( iaiiooa an dotog to aMct these 
changes. 

A social hour followed, when re- 
freshments were served by the 
members of the board Of dkaetors 

of the Y W.C.A. 

VERKATTLE CLVB 

The Versatlles Ls bu«y preparing 
tor Its silver tea. to be held Fri- 
day. May 11. from 3 to • pja. 
PIRATES rH'B 

The next event of Importance to 
the Pirates Ls their flannel dante " 

to b' ■■ ■ '•' If/' , ■ M 1 •, 1 a' 

•:lo 

IIOI .<>LUOi.i> litAiMNG I 

Flana are belBf made by the; 
travaiW aM,. iMBdffratlon. and 
aoctaJ lendoe eommtttee for a sec-' 

end course for household helpers , 
The course will be held early in 
September The resuli.s of the !«•' 
have proved vary saUafac-)i 



the coiirM' aic now placed In posi- 
tions and are finding their instruc- 
tion very useful. 

MEMBFRSHIP TFA 
The annual membership tea will 
be held Wedne.sday, May 2 from .1 
to 6 pm. The meml>ership com- 
mittee, convened by Mi v. Noimii 
MacDonaJd. cordially invites all 
members and friends of the associ- 
ation to make a special effort to 
attend this tea. THIs Is the om 
time during the year when mem- 
bers come together socially to be- 
come acqiulnted. There will be a 
musical programme. 



Royal Oak 

Mr. and Mrs Andrew DeDync. 
Who have been visiting Mrs. De- 
Dyae'i grandparents, sMr. aad Mra. 

L. Pleter!^ Wilkinson Road, left on 

Friday for their home in Hollywood 
• « • 

Mrs T Anderson and family who 
ha\e t)een living for the past few- 
months on the West Saanich Road, 
left on Friday to JOlB IW 
at Kimberley. 

Mrfrlio.sin 

Mlu HiK>.;.s, » ho has t>. . ; 

spending ■ < ; i^t year in the tJnltfvf 
SUtes. mil spend the Blunmcr 
months with her poifAta at IMrty 

Farm ' ^ ''.r • • tfead. 

Miss Betty Uiggs U paying a vlitt 



Trada In Your 

Used 

Furniture 

Oar Appraiser Will Call at 
Your Convenience 

UAlir FURNITURK 

nvmc COMPANY 



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for 



I gaJloB. regnlar |2.(K). 

for 



HERO SPRAY 

KINO or INSKCnCtDI 

lilts, regular 50c. bpec ' 
V gallon, rccalar 

1 .t 
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Kero- Spray is the best combine 
tion »pray on the market, c 
tarns Arsenate of Lco4L W>v 
Hellebore, Whale Oil So^v 
Kero«ene, R»;,cV 1 raf "40" ;.i ■! 

VANCOyVER BRI6 

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to her slater tai 
aezt few dayi. 



i Duncans i 

GINGER ALE 

\\ 1 Doz. ^PLiTf Delivered for ii 

No CmARCE FOR BOTTLE? PHONEG1169 ll 



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THE DAILY COLONIST, \ iC lOKlA, B.C., ^LXDA V. AI'KIL JV. 



Social Activities 



Notes 



Personal Interest 



Wedding Is 
Solemnized 



The wedding waa quietly »ol- 
', emiilZfd, iaat eveiUrig, «l the honic 

Of th« groom's parenU. 2796 Uuf 
. fMn BtVMt, Vietoite, of BotUi* 

KmllT. youngwt dratlitar «C Mm 

M n C'astli-y. Duncan, Mid Of the 
late Mr ('iiKLlt-v, and Mr. Wllltam 
()li(ihant, ('ortx'lt, youiiKcst son of i 
Mr and Mrs E E ('orljt-H Ui'v i 
Dr J K l.'ri.sviiirth rnuilm icii tin-: 
(•••rtiiiony, durlriK which Ui«- bride 
Hrul grixiin si(xxl beneath a lovely 
; Iloral btU, whicb wm covered with 
' yvOov tttt^ And wbito nardMl. be- 
tween baskets filled with yellow 
tuHpn. white Ifls and uret-nery. 
,■ IViwl.s of lllnr Hiul pliik tulips were, 
al.sf) In dfcuration of the house j 

( iiilv neai relatives were present 
at the service, and they wne v.el- 
' corned by Mr. and Mrs. Cortx t> the 
latter vwrlng » amart irock of 
' Frmch bhM lace and a matchlnt 
. hat and a corsage iKwqtiet of pink 
\ roaes. assisted b> Mn. Casttey, toi 
•n ensemble of pink flat cr«pe, a 



giey hut and H rofMft tWOillll oF 
wlute camatiuDS. 
•ni»ferM» omA* ft e harmlng pte- 

ture In a pretty niffled frrxk of Nile 
greejt net and a large white hat, and 
■ha carriad • taofiMl of f«ll0« tea 

rosea and lUy ot thft VftOiy. her 

i)n(leMiiai(l txiiik' her slster. Miss 
Ina Ciislley, in k ti'xk of Nellow' 
taileta wi'ti loui tics of ki<<". m>(l 
H large vellow hat tiiniiiii-(l with] 
gretn. held a bhe.it <>f ijuint; 

o t t x^t Kiapdragons. Mi KdN^ard 
Corbett auptM)rted his brother 

SupiM'r was served from a table 
centred with ii bow! filled wltli pink 
sweet pea^i and tall pink tapers, 
the hiindsotne white ii ed < ake being 

aet at ooe end. Mr. and Mr8 ( or 
bait kft at midnight b. the k« 
DoMOur Alewmdff for Um Angeles 
and. tft«r their hOMjrmooo. they 
will return to Victoria tO mftlM their 
home Tlie bride left to ft Mftftrt 
bUi<> dres.s and a Ktav coat MMl hat 
and matching acce.vsorle.^. 

Ta» teauUful flowers at the wed- 
dinc «m the gift ot the employees 
of Mr. Bvlehartl gardens, the bride 
having been formerly a member of 
the office staff of the B.C. Cement 
Company, Ltd. 



Member of Old B.C. Family 



THE PLUME SHOP 

t amous for Style, Quality and V aluet 
747 Tatea 8t ' Phone ■ MSI 




FathiM tt Hit NMr n This 

»12.75 

You'll see plenty of Dresses 
you'll want for no^' Ad mid> 
Slimmer. Dark sheers for tor- 
rid days downtown, for instance. 
Washable crepes for sport and 
vaeatiooing, and organdies for 
dance occasions. 



Will (^]^.^^ 
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any DrwM or Coat 





TiiiS attta(tivf little pfrgori is the yOUngest of th<- fourth gerieranon 
ol British Columbians. She it Diana Dean, sixteen-month-oid 
laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Barry Dean, of Squamieh. B.C., a grand 
idughter of Mn. M. Dean, o^ 1M7 Balm er a l Road, Vfetofie, and a 

,(rrat grsnddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. J. Qiiraottr, of Nicola. 
H <; Mis (m<!! uui w,,. f 'imerly Miss Ellen Hawkins, and was born | 

in tnc l it a' Vi til! a ,1, January 25, 18S4. Disna'i msternal grand-' 

pa.cni-> jif M: .11',; i s i,,v Mr-:<" • K:->4',-- i ■. 
her jjicat KiJi"^U''*'cnis are Mr. and Mrg. Ci. W. Jamicfcon, li4& tast 
Tenth Avenue, Vancouver. 



Social and Personal Notes 



KtMtin^ jl-*"'" Styan. Harrison Oray, Monty 

o ' I iore l^angton. Miss M. Lowe. ( ior- 

A auccessful concert was held at | don Ballantyne, John Youhk. Betty 
the Mount Newtoa Ugh adxtol | Young. Eileen Peden, Evelyn Snlder, 
auditorium In aid of the s(!hool 2**^" w** Pottlnger. Dr. 

SSL.'".,*"-". . -"-'s. "L^ 'SSTbSX: 



naaee at Emi 

The weekly supper danoe ftt the 

Knipress Hotel wa.s a largely-attended 

aflair and mo^t deliKhtful. Many 



Of Mr. axid Mrs. FMirldaj, 796 Foul 
Bay Road, in honor of their daugh- 1 
ter, Vera. The evening was spetu ' 
In dancing, and at midnight a but 



members of the C.irM.son Badminton 'et supper was served. Tl>e#elf-in 
Club and their friends were among vited guests were: Misses Bdna Beck 




i>r Caii»4a. 
I.lmltrd 
f»tt and QwkSra 

a mt»*r» nss 

SpradHo's Per nuauent 

MiithpriHif lug 



Glenshiel Hotel 



ON OUUULjIS STK^K'f 



at Ik* 



the guests. Apkiiik those noticed 
were: Major and Mrs. W H. Oobble, 
Mr. and*Mrs. H. B. Witter, Mrs. Ab- 
bott, Miss Kathleen Hall. Miss Iris 
Wilcox, Miss Florence Oates, Miss 
Jean Campbell, Mls.s Mae Wamock, 
Mlsa Doris McMorran, Ml.ss Pamela 
Charlewood, Mi.<ws Mollie Thomas, 
Miss Adele Combe. Ml.ss Isabelle 
Benson. Miss Doreen Swayne, Miss 
Kathleen Bwayne, Miss Elisabeth 
Rugglea. Misa Luejr Bryden. Midi 
Tlelen MrTntosh. Miss Barbara 
Twlgg, Capuln and Mrs. H. "W. N 
iMoorhouse. Colonel and Mrs R C 
1 Cooper, Miss Newcombe, Mrs M 



rrley, Tlieresa Doherty. Edna Fuller i 
Molly Milton, I.lllian Hl.slop. Edna' 
Creed, Marua-'it Drurnmond, Vera 
Anker, Dorothv Anker. Me.s.sr.s .Scott 
Murrle, FVed Uolieity. Harold Wil-I| 

liant. Kenneth LAwson, R. Hum-: 
berstone, Dan Lea, Ian MaeDonaid, 
Ralph Holt. A. Hardy, Bmry Whit- 1 
worth. Kenneth M affiDo n al d , Mr 
and Mrs. R. Campbell, Mr. Krnle] 
Impett. and Loran, Albert, andj 
tooth WtrxUMy. 

• • • 

Old Girls' Day 

Next .Saturday will be Old Oirl.'i' 
I>av at .St Margaret s .School Break- 
fa.st will l)e .served at the .school for 



Brown, Miss Evelyn Oreen, Captain ^,|,,,„f.„,^.,^ ^^^1* at 8 30 ocirxk. 
l^vlen. Dr. M. J. Keys, Dr. vi- .^^^^ j ^j^^ annual meeting and 
FUll, Messrs. F. Edgell, C E < luncheon will be held at David 



fa 



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the Picture 



We hnish them and goaraotte 
you the best possible result^ 

' : ' "11 < ' Mir II I.; 1 1 ' V rs. 

Sec Our New Model Kodaks 

MiiFiriiM Iraf ۥ. 

Cor. I>w^lae and JohMon Bta. 



MeDONALD'S 

3M Mm* St. tit late* h(. 



^TONDATV IFECIALS 

• 3 79c 

8 25c 
3,„. 20c 
3^ 25c 



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Wilson's Clothes Have 
the Quality You Want 

Of course, boys are "hard on clothes"! That's 
why we specialize in clothing of quality . . . 
clothing that will wear really wrll New Sum- 
mer lightweight clothing is constantly arriving 
. . . such thing! ai lightweight jer<iry<i white 
duclr>.. funnels, shortu, bisters, wash siats, sun 
suits, bathinc suits, etc. YouH like our decidedly 
■wderate prices for the qvalHjr yoa knew is so 



• W.& J. Wilson 



MM** mm 
tm OOTBBMMBNT ST, 



ney-Orlfnths, a ^. Flett. R. t.. A. 
Dlespecker. B. Moaerop. Harry Webb, 
K Leemlng, L. R. Oreen, W. Dun- 
bur. W. K. Hardle. Ouy Barclay. 
Of-orKe Phillips, J Munro, Campb^ 
I . can. Larry Hendfrson. "Pat" 

: 1> Connolly, R -S Dyer. Ci ■ 
don Morton. J. C. Bridgman, t. 
Sutherland, H. Robinson. R. Gordon, 

A. H. Kirk. J. C. Weston, Bn^ken. 
and others. 

chaplef's Bri^iro rvty 

A bridge party was held last eve- 
ning In the King's Daughters rooms, 
Hlbben-Bone Building, under the 
auspices of the Valentine Harvey- 
Beaumont Boggs Chapter, I.OD.E., 
>fr.s, D P W Maunsell acting as 
(general convener, a.ssl.sted by Mrs 
O W PearfK k Refre.shments were 
served by Mrs. A. Ctitforth. a.s.sl.sted 
by Mrs. W R Sayer and Mr^ R 
Shank.v The players wen M . ! 
Mr.s O. W. Peacock, Mr an.! M' 
P E OeorRe. Mrs. O Andrew; M;s 

B. YounK. M1S.S .1 Ai:(l" \«- Mi.vs I). 
Owen, Ciii>tain .u. ! M;^ F R. 
Wright. Mrs. Klti. -i.. • Mi f) P. 
W MaunscU. Mrs A >' Pit r. Mrs. 
O. Wioklngs-Smlth. Mrs. C. A. Wat- 
son, Mrs. O. B. Hope, Mrs. A. Cur- 
ell. MlM B. Onerson, Miss M. Mac- 
legan, MlH F. Hemlng, Mrs. J. Ent- 
wlstle, Mrs. C. Jeffers. Mr. and Mrs. 

C. K. Saunders, Mrs. T. W. Allan, 
Mrs. P. Mann. Mrs. 8. Horsford, 
Mrs. Sydney Barker, Mr. and Mrs. 
T. C Rfxs-s Mrs R. R. Watson. Mrs. 
C L. Doiu iH Mrs. F. J. Boughton, 
Mrs. n r-e Mrs T R Myers, 
Mr.s .T T Marshall. Mr and Mrs. 
C K H Maunsell, Mrs. A Coleman, 
Mrs A E. Clyde, Mrs. H. O. Bolt, 
Mrs Copaik MM. PMtrMII* MM Mrs. 
Cudllp 

• e 

Snrprljir Shower 

In honor of Ml.\s Juanlta Pearson, 
a June bride-to-be. Ml.'vs Irene 
McAdams and Doris J. hr • •mi enter- 
tained at a surprise sh . wer recently 
at the home of m v ,/ohnston. 853 
Princess Avenue. The lovely gifU 
were concealed in a moss-covered 
wishing welL A buffet supfwr was 
served from a deeoratod tMle, the 
color aohsme bttag pink and pale 
green. Hie Invited gwsts were Met- 
dames A. W. J. Smith, K Pearson, 

D. McAdams. D. K Johnston, T. 
Voting. R. Endean. T. Kay. O Rus- 
sell. H Mr-Donald, A C. Boyce, O. 
Connell, W Erlck.son. J. Orant. 
Mlves .Iiianlta Pearson. Christine 
!'.!■,, ,!'•,! -1 rhvlIU Williams, Mar- 
garet Jubt). Doris. Hooper, Edith 
Corrln, Wtnnlfred MrAdani" Fv« 
Young, Mabel John.ston, Kdllh Rofl 

Sheret. 



Spencer's dining-room. All mem- 1 
ben of the association and former | 
ptq^ of the school and their chii- 1 
drsn will be welcomed at the tea | 
hour at the school, and the tennis 
courts will be aTmUaUo throughout I 
' ' day for any members wishing 
) play. Those intending to be 
present at the breakfast or lunch-; 
eon are asked to comimlcate with | 
Mi.-^.s rtreiuia stonham. Pembertoni 
Roful, as soon as possible. 

* * * 

In Vanoenver I 

MiS. H. Howard Wlllcox. and her 
daudhfer, MK^ Edith Wlllcox. of the 
t ■ l ir l , niolorr rl I'p-Island to Na- 
nni'1,0 recent Iv aiul then crossed to 
VHi.i'<iuver. uheve t! c, wi;; sprT,.: 
the next tv-ow'-k Mrs K (i (iow 
ard • r W'H ►. ;,,; (! ' C'adboro Bay, 
accompanied Mrs. a: ! \t:',.s Wlll- 
cox, and will spend . lays In 
Vancouver as the gue&i ol Miss Flora 
Macrae, and during her absence. 
Captain and Mis. T. H. Yletcher. of 
Vaneoiivar, ulio oum to the city to 
attend the WnWania Ooward wed- 
ding, whleh took plaea iMt Monday, 
are occupying her heme. 

• • • 
ForeweD Party 

A surprise party was given by 
Miss Torie Rennle and other friends 
on Saturday to Md Godspeed and 
food hick to Mr. B. Brown, who wiu 
leave for the Cariboo this week. The 
party was held at the PlUalS de 
Danse. where a dellRhtful evenlnR i 
was spent Tlie Riiests were Ml.s.srs ! 
Joyce Finch riranor Trotter .Janr 1 
Trotter. Jes.'.ie .Tones, Ruby Bethell 
and MeAsrs W. l^evy, R. Brown, 
Arthur Leason. OordOB DOMway 

f^r■'^ I?oi-,nlf1 Kt,..M 

U from \ I fw rnii rr 

Mi'.s Ai(lie\ Lpff-, of QiK'ber 
Street vkho wi ot tj^ Vancouver t-O 
att'Mid the wedditiK of her brother, 
Mr Ralph A I,eeg. to M1.S.S Jean 
I.lvtiiKston, which took place on 
Thursday, has returned 1 ome Mrs. 
A. Lees and her ri:iuKhter Miss Ruth 
Lees, who also attended the wedding, 
are remaining for a few days longer 
as the guesu of Mrs. John Me- 



Here From Prince 

Captain and Mrs. P. A. MaeCal 
tarn. «f Prlaoa Ropeit, untfA tn 



oieis 




Uuiter Curl i% rm.uieiit Wave 



g" y» vjL aHar M.N, b«« fT.OO 

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c. w iBon 



TkBclk Beauty Siioppe 



Kitty McKay 



STYL E-ARCH 

wmTcathSakt ir 



Lm 



DoarlM etrt»'< 



rtt»i<. o •! M 



Rnrpr i r I" I r ( ^ 

a delightful surprLv 
tiome 11.^5 Pltndo.-a Avinue. <yn 
t rlday evening, the oocaslan being 
her birthday. The evening wa.s 
•pent in musle and bridge, fln^t 
priee belNr ««b ky Mta Tlieker. 
and eeweliliow hv MIh Mam Haii. 
after whleh isnwlMnwdi were 
served fron a tahle deeonted in 
pink and green. ThoM prrwnt 
nere. MIrw K Caldwell, M Hall. 

• V Niite C Kniblnskl, 
I I . ■ : I Torrri , . M r iM 
m-rll, A }in\] R C- • ^ , ' 

fin, J Stanhope. V. Bell, E. LaMs. 
V Diiker, M. Bell, I. AmMB MM K 



^uipriae i'art v M' tri 




22nd Anniversary 



Drastic Storewide Reductions Make 
It Wisdom to Buy Rig;ht Now ! 




FUR COATS 

Will Never Cost 



What an opportunity f We bought 

these coats the largest stock in Vic- 
toria . . . when prices were low. Now, 
wo're selling beautiful 1934 atylee at the 
record low prices of 193" A • ' ^ - > 
present indications, furs will nise in 
price 35 per cent by Pall. Bwery coat is 
mi.it anfet <1 as t'l quality. A <!f f's!- \s •!! 
hold any coat you select, and we will 
itort it frao until you with to waar it. 
Meantime, pay in conveniently small 
amounts, if you wish, under our Budget 
Plan. It's wiaa to buy right now. 
Never again will fine furt b« so inas- 
panaiva. 





SUITS — CX> ATS — DRESSES 

BLOUSES— SKIRTS^KNITTED 

SUITS 

At i radwrf4taymr RMlllCtilMlS ! 

Daap price cuts in every dapartn ' t t institute our method of showing appro* 
ciation of continued patronage of the Victoria publir We're observing the 
twenty-second birthday of this firm with bargains that simply command 
attention . . . beautifully smart Spring Faahiona . . . (armanta you 
. want to wtar right new and through tha SunuiMr. Coma is tew or r ow and 
aaathaffl. 



1212 Douglas 
Street 




Bmpire 
1623 



the rltv yesterday afternoon, ac- 
rompanlcHl by Mrs MacCaUum'S 
mother, Mrs Cordon Baker, who 
has been vL-^Uuik for .<w>me time In 
Vancouver m the gue.sl of hrr 
daughter, Mi.s C. W Clarke Cap- 
tain and Mrs. MarCallum will spet.d 
sereral weeks here as the guests of 
Mrs. MaeCallum'a parents, Ueutcn- 
ant-Colonel and Mn. Oerdon Baker, 
at the Waldron Apartments 

• • • 
Party miefed 

Miss Rosalind WUUs entertained 
recently at her home en Aaisrt Avs- 
nue, when bridge and danc i ng^ w ere 
'•njoyed The rooma wefe prettily 

• irrnrated ri-lth wh(f.e lllaC and pur- 



ple tiiU; 

I Me vsr.r 
Mtirrn v 



; ' < > .< '.f. Ill' ludr-1 Ml.v 
Ml- i H.,(Hiii Mi.s.s I.illian 
Mi'- Mar:orie BrowTi. and 
J < ! >■- r-Marles Bass. 
' -us, RMMCd 



; irirl RAvs that while 

iHiii>i<t<i >he .s RotiiK to look Into the 



An enjoyable surprise party wa/«|nimnr tiiat the blrdi aC fleotland 
Ih^ an Mdav evHslaa at the hOBBajiiee last jear s neeta. 



r>ltthda> « r|. t,i .11 ,ti 

Mrs. N • ^37 Niagara. 

Street. her se ■• 

birthday .<- "!riay. and Rue- 
Ing the altemoon were M and 
B4rs. O. H. Wright. Mi and Mrs W. 
I. WtMat. MlBB Ivelyn Wright. Mlaa 
D. —dth. Mm O. R. X>anaway, Mr. 
and Mn. WlVaaM. Mlsa D. WU- 
llanas, Mrs. O. MttM and Marjorls 
MUne. 



Dobs Rogers entertained at a 
brldfe party at her home, Lskke HIU, 
recently, when the priae wi nn e rs 
were Miss Elaine Ren and Miss 

E:hel Orlmes Thoee present were 
Misses Elaine Rovs, Winifre<l Varn^v 
I llltan Sweeney, Dorothy Basacta. 

niadya RafBak T. XdMnM and ■ttei 

.Ortmea 



Mrs. M. P. Gordon has returned 
to her home In the Seacroft Apart- 
ments from Vancouver, where she 
ha.^ t)een spending the past few 

day.' Mrs fiordon weni t^ Van- 
roiivrr to attend the wedding ol herl 
nephew. Mr Ralph A. LSCB^ ta liln| 

te n) T ivingaton. I 

• • • 

sk< !■ h (iub I 
Members of the Sketch Club of - lie 
Island ArU and CratU wUl be t he 
guests of Miss O. Woodward. "Ciov- 
tily," toukmow aflemoon. Mrs. I. 
H. Bird, Syhran Lane, entertained 
the club at a delightful Sketch meet, 
ing last week, assisted by Mrs. Hol- 
royd and Mrs. J. N. Batdk 

• • • 

Here From Mainland 

Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Rooper are 
expectee from the Mainland todav 
for a short vL'.lt to Venerable Arch- 
dearon and Mr-; A J B. Dewdney 
at Noble Farm, Before her mar- 
riage, Mrs. Rooper was Miss Joan 
Mapson, Ot Calgary, and spent 
time hen last year. 

Retam to Winnip^t 

Mr and Mrs. J H Tiimb^ill. mho 
have be^n spending the IsAt few i 
months in Victoria, have returned 
to their home In Wlniupe« 'D^etr, 
in-law. Mrs Harry Tum- 



and ft laife Baaibar ef 
tended ttw l at ui day 
• • • 

Return!! Home 

Mrs Kiler, T~>Ha'es, who for the 
p«j5t year . traveling in the 

East, has rciurued to the city, and 



at- Dawee, at thla dty. has taken qp 

raldaMa at mt Bewlatt Plaee. 
• • • 

Le»Te for Toronto 

Mr «nd Mm R C Donald, who 
have been fi|>rndlnK the Winter 
months at the Beach Hotel, have 
Ml for tMr boaw m ToraMa 



ball, wtw has been vlattiiw them, 
IS now aiairlag wHb MmialB Tan- 



A particularly attracttre tmwieal 

programme p!a\Pd I- the Fr^ 

pre«;<: Hotel orrhedtra. tmder the ablel 
.n nf Mr William Tirkle, yen-) 

tcrday aItenuK»,ln the hotel lounge. 



Wa Ara at tha Momant Styling and 

Designing 

NEW SPRING MOD^S 

Permanent 
Waves . 

Knhani e Ynur Appearance Now 
and for the Coming Summer 
Months 

BERT 
WAUDE 

If Yonr Hair Is Not Becominf; to Yi 
Ba Coming to Ma 

7M FORT STRBKT 

~mM* VMr Hair b TmUS m»t*f W*Ha«* 




Catting 



sad 

Permanent 



$6^0 

rally 



Yoa 



B4023 



J 



TJiJi UAJl.V COLONI ST, V ICTORIA. I! C, SL -AV. Ari(lI,?o. 1"U 



Puppet Show by Seattle 
Scouts Draws Big Crowd 



before c fitlMrtlit 

•k tba Bishop crtdKe IfemorUil ItaU. 
iMt night, wtien a number of Olrl 
SeouU frum Seattle admlnbl^ pro- 

tfaoid tte 



A Brintatur* WM Mfe «A ttw 
llfcilfw lu voA «M amiwid lo m to 
dve a most nallstle effect oT a the- 
atre Bta««- The first dranm was en- 
tillr-d "PuM In Boot*." whJrh proved 
iTvx-t PXClUng as well a.<i luirnoruu.i 
Tt.f exprewlon of each Sfxwit txh .stic 
FIHikp the port for \veT pvipijet was 
M'lf'iulldly done add tlie diction wa-s 
i;"i-l("ct The other plav was en- 
tMl»-d "Winnie the Po<»h." wlilch 
whiJ«^tn|gto^ PMtk bad ita bumor- 

The Seattle Scouts are to be com- 
mended on the way the performance 

rlvpii and al.so for their work In 
the piipi>et«, which aj>jK"ared 
ahnrvt Jiujiian. 

Twenty o< the Seattle Scouts aiid 
tlMlr two leaders, who came over for 
thia affair. iMid th« oppo r tuntty of 
W0lnc tlia loeal OnldM pKfank Hm 



tatlon of tba Iter wrtttm by 

Perry, which won tha eop In the 

Drama Fe.stival la-sl wee* et'lltled 
•■Bn>wnles and ll»e I'lgmy Owl." This 
plav V aa Klveti .s«'C4Hid j)luce iii Uie 
festival, when iKrrtrayed by the C>on- 
Pack riie.se IJrowTiies, who 
% ere Kiveri Kreat praise at the Drama 
i-e.^tivui a«<aiadM jMllo»«»tl»vla|r 

la.st nlKlit. 

Mr.«; Walter Nli hul gave an Inter- 

fstloc talk on bor tilp rouxul the 
world. Ubtttnttd vHk aortic pte- 
turea whidi *| took vMb tnvai- 
ing. ThoM noli wort nm off by 

Mr. K. W. Symorw A Chlrveee 
dance was fivw by Holly Oreer, 
wiio ami iti M wMbailMtla neop- 

tlon. 

A rajiipfiie «-e>iie iiuule a fifUn« 
clliiiax to tlw pro«raiimie. w h e n 
nirl CHikie SOU).;'- vn-ie .mh.k Mrs 
Kyi lf* Symons pre.sident of tint* Vlc- 
U>r!;i wrid Di-sltl'! (iiil <iiild«'»^' A!5- 
sociutlon. was the chairman and an- 
nounced tJie plays and artist*. Thn 
% noma» from tbo oi rtor^ninoat win 
i(o tflivardo Hm Olri OuMm fMML 



Lodge PrimroBe^ 
Choir Presents 
HiHorlcal Play 

Under thf- r'jiv. 'Miership of Mrf. 

T. C. Ch:ipp» I .ir. ! Mr- K Haron, 
Lodge Prlnini-M' clmn I ►uuk'i'' ! ^ 
Xngland held a pa«t:unl and dtiiK t- 
In the 8.0J!. Hall, recently The 
play wao arranged by members of 
tba abolr. and oach character rep- 
fWOBlod vooMO Of blitonr. Thaoos- 
tmnos worn woro aeoordlng to the 
period represented. 

The members acted the iiari, i . 
follows: "Child of the I'revn!," 
Miss E Dawson; "Reader." Mrs F 
Chappel; "Queen Boadlcea." Mrs. 
I. L. Sliett; "Harriet B. Slowr " Mr - 
X. Oliver; -Susan Wesley,' ^ 
Ronrosley: "Mary Jones," Mrs. M 
Beaddy: "Catherine Booth." Mrs. L 
■dmonda; "Mary fileooor," Mr*. >• 
Jackson; "Oraee Darling," Un. A. 
Bklnner; "Frances Wlllard." Mrs 
Brown: "Sister Dora." Mrs E. Mort- 
imer; "Florence N'Ik !.' ;iik'alp," Mrs. 
O. A. JennliiK'.. "t^ u rn Fll/.ibeth." 
Vn. E. Baron "I'uunte.ss of l.i.sle." 
"Alic " Mr-- Nt K. !,.!.il!, M.nti of 
Arc,' M1.S.S I A ..IcnnniKs. Nurse 
Fdini rnve!!" .Mrs E .Jefferles; 
'■l-i'irti Sec,;,! ■ Ml' F Harper; 
"snizabeth Fry," Mrs. A. Cook; 
"Francos amrtal." Mrs. i. Xoflot; 
"Quoon Vtetocte," llki. A. Oeufb and 
mMhor." Mn. B. Langloy. 

Othen wbo aadstad In tba obolr 



were Mfsd.itnes I.eicii .loiu-.i Sleven.s 
and n.ilev Mi.s J;iii;r-, [ki.sI worlJly 

[>•!•■ 'dent, gave an inlerebluig ad 
(lirss at the close of the pageant 
Dancing was enjoyed bjr many nem- 
bon and friends. 

Keep Flavor 

In Fruit Fie 



nerali a tniy of kaoptnf tbe flavor 

and quality of the Juice in a r ■ 
fruit pie. Make a small comiKopia 
if i)aper and cut, off the smaller end 
to malce a neat Little hole. Then 
Insert this end in the middle of the 
pie while it is baking The juice 
oozes into the cornucopia and when 
the pie has baked stifAciently It can 
be skmly dripped back Into the pie 




Gift Ideas 

For Wedding 



Idea.s for wedding gift,-;: A copper 
table lamp, round and shining, 
with a parchment shade in wood 
oolon. A sBiall badalda lamp, in 
eaadlo design, of watarat or maple 
with a decorated parcbment shade 
A dressing table set — mirror, nail 
bifTfi i>'>\vder box, comb and so on, 
in peail composition tinted pale 
pale rose or pale yellow. 



MRS. Walter Nichel, SMnuML who with Mme. Eva Baird. dramatk 
soprano, will asrist Mrs. Haity Morden, pianist, at the mMteale 
that is to tske place tomorrow nif bt at 327 Belleville Street residence of 
Mrs. Gordon Hanter and Mrs. Morden. The proceeds win go to tbe 

benefit < f ' r Gonsales Clupter, I.O.D.B. A very chamiMr profnunme 
has been ai i .mKcd, at follows: 1, pisAo solos, "Andante con Varlaslone in 

F Minor ■ (Joseph Haydn), Mrs. Hditv Morden; 2. vocal (a) "Morning 
Hymn" (George HTsrhelt. and (b; Spirit Flower' fCampbell Tipton), 
Madame Eva Hditd. i, v.-< al (a) "Psysagr ' (Ktynald Hahn), Mrs. 
Waiter Nichol, 4,jiiano (a» Ktude Op. 25, No. 1" (Chopm), (b) "Etude 
Op. 10, No. J" ((Thopini ^n<i (c) "Vslse in A Flat, Op. 42" (Chopin), 
Mm Harty Morden. -S, .a) "The Blir. ! P > .Kh:-ar, '.", nsr.g'^hy 

Clarke), (b) "The Yeai * at the Spuria" (Mrs M H A He . Mn r 
Eva Baird; 6, vocaL "The I hi stU' (Maud Vaiene White;, Mrs. Walter 
Nicbol; 7, pians^ "loberzo m c shop Minor. Op. M, y (Chepta), 

Mrs. Harty Mordon. 



"1 ■ I a 





Wife Preservers 



New Ptortnctiwi 

lathe 

'Croquignole 
Marcel 



HimiKlit to Victoria for the fir->l lime, 
ilif ("i . ■fjii'K'i 'Ir M.iicrl is intrcHliii r<I 
hy .\liss luilcic Cliattoii, direct from 
the Dellar n«'auty School, Los An- 
gelea A soft, pieasinR effect is at* 
tsincd, enabling the hsir to be dressed 
ia any style, straight back, right, left 
or centre part, for formal oreasfon. 
then back to sport or stf 
styles. It is new, striki 
.111(1 ha* longer life than i 
any other marcel 



Motel 

By special ar- 
raiincmctit. Miss 
("hatton will dcin 
on.strate the 
<|iii«nole Marcel 
to \'i< toria bair* 
dressers. 



Chatton's Beauty Salon 



Wnnlworth Huihlingj 



Phone tj Jb4i 



SIlLLJiCliy 

Police Do Not Think Miss 
Stella Wilson Left on 
Seattle Boat 



Working on the theory that Miss 
Stella Wilson, aasf Oak Bay Avenue, 
v^h i a ;, f ared lost from tba BaatUs 
boi.i i-riday, did not sail aboart tbo 
as. i i incea Alice, Proir&Mlal Pottos 
last night were oondnetiBC an top 

ten<;l'.T •>enrch fOT her lU tbO Otty. 

.Ml police deimrtments 00 VancouvOT 

I,-i,ind and Hie I/ower M.c; • 
however, were asked to assist in the 
starch lor the twenty-8even-year-<ad 
Vk:torla arebostral plnlst. 

Miss Wilson was first bCttOTOd to 

have left for Seattle, but she was not 

.sei n I . 1: rniijark at the Sound city. 
Her has iui'1 purse were found Ui 
her Matei'-':n, hut they were empty, 
I'.i c. (liiiK <ii a .st 'ileincnt . la.st night. 
f'.Hi Mr- U K ( in en.<;isde. 2174 
Cadlx>ra Bay Hoad, an aunt of the 




MUSIC RECITAL 
WElijpVED 

Talented Young Artists In- 
terpret Wide Range of 
Famous Composers 



nie talent rt\ealed by a rrnup 
oi planLstj-, a!! suident.s o'. fcMgur 
Hollowav h A H AT CM a' a 
recital hekl lu l!ie Svw Thought 
Ilall liust n!'t!*, UH- Mv! ;iri.M. using 

for the future development at 
musloal obNom in tbls etty. 

There wtm a vlds ranoo in tba 
composers chosen, wbUo tbe enttra 

proKrannne was OBO Of OODtrastS. 

which made !he evening far more 
enjoyable Lii.in i' l!ie st ;;! h.id 
been conflneil pn-.siblv in Ha. h or 
one or two othi-i (ninpo ris Tiie 
characierlst 1, .s of the various ccan 
tries iepiiv.cnt.-fl by the composers 
were embodied In the aptendid group 
of i»'fiti r n i r 

Mrs. T. A. Riebard, aoprano. was 
the Kuest artist. She ehoss an ap- 
proprmte group for the occasion, 
since ilure wet. some younif stu- 
dents in tiie T,-riia! Hi-i iecllons 
conipri.s»'fl ;t t^iuup of ffmr of A. A. 
Milne .s mil MM \ ih\ni' > 'llir eil- 
thu.slil'-Ilc lr(iptl.in .'lie irci-ived, 

and t!ie tl'-tnimd for- nn encore was 
tribute 111 llsi'lt f.i the refreshing 
b«'autv ot l,< I \ .iiit' A.s an encore 
she san*.; ' A !':':r-i'.v t-.m-.r awoo- 

AAUUTlOLh DVM.T 

A most ambitlouB duaC was undor- 
taken by BCarlan MiUar and Rae 
Millar, who played Grieg's "In the 
Hall of the Mountain King," from 
the Peer Ojmt Suite. The florid 
passages were beautifully accented, 
while the spirit of mystlct.sni was 
Interpreted with a depth of under- 
standlriK that was apprei lated by 
the audience Schytte's "Souvenir 
of Vienna" was their second num- 
ber. 

: 'he programme. Miss 
Millar; I group of three num- 

bers by MacDowell, Binding and 
Orleg. aU delifhtfully played and 
well received, ^trieia 8waa also 
is deserving of special mention for 
her rendition of Mendelssohn's 
"SpruiK ''^■>ng' and Rachmaninoff's 
difficult "Prelude in C Sharp Mi- 
nor." W. Sltnp.son-Balkle. at the 
OOnclusion of tjie programme, gave 
fl r "ip of three numbers, all of 
contracting, which revealed 
the artist's ability to change quickly 
tba aaood of the music. His num- 
bers were Cbt^iln's "Polonaise in C 
Sharp IftaMT": Aatonis-Oodowskys 
Tango." and Chsmln ado's "Aa- 
tomne." 

others who took part In tba rt- 

cital were: Ruth and Betty Lou 
HoriMU. Dorene Pitzer. Pamela 
Butcher, Ann RldewcKxl Mona Mar- 
tin. ,Iohn Boftk, r.Hr • > Wilson, 
.I<i,s< pMine WlLson, J.ime.s Ueckerleg. 
.1 ■-ii. HcynoM.s, Jean ApplcyMd, Vi- 
olet Uiowland. Norman Andaraon. 
Jessia KnoirlaB, aad MBma BoddBg. 



For the Week-End Outing 



Send That Suit to 

Pantorium . . . 

Yott may think that you Med new 
(loChM, but it is ii9t nacmatfy 
. . Pantorium will reitore the 
mart appearance of creaaed and 
•taincd clothing* f ivinf them 
montha of added wear through 
modem methdda of dry cleaning. 



Phone 

E7155 

Our aalaamaa win call at 

your home or ofFice, and will 
return your garments, 
claanad and prtaaad, prompt- 
ly «t tba proodMd hour. 




Our Dry Cleaning plant is 
one of the most modern in 
Waatam Canada, uainf only 
processes that are scientifi- 
cally tested, giving the high- 
aat dagraa of aifidaacjr ^th 
no damage to the faMca. 



( <lsit lHni t Ut 1 \ I f 4> 



tuny St' i vice bloret 

Braacb No. 1: 

637 t UKi li l. 

Branch No. 2: 

707 YATB8 ST. 



Spradlin's 
Permanent 
Mothproofing 

Baniah the fear of moths for 

your Wk: -c- . 'le- ; ad- 
lin's wjll protect them lor aa 
long; as the i^arment laats. It 

is odorless h,u'vl,-^g and 

everlasting. Obtamabla only 
tfaroui^ Pantorium. 



Mrs. Oreenslade said she was In- 
oflned to agree with tbe police 

theory, but admitted her niece had 
been broodliiR over personal affairs 
for the ! 1. ■ '"'A d;ns The trip to 
Seattle was planned as a brief holi- 
day, she stated. 

SECURED STATEEOOM 

Miss Wilson went aboard the .ship 
early on Friday, secured a state- 
room In which siie left her belonR- 
iniw. then went ashore. Police do 
not believe she returned to the ship 

CP R. officlnl.s, ( HiiRdian and 
United States immigration authori- 
ties. Sergeant Richard Harvey and 
Constable Archie Carmichael. of the 
Provincial Police^ and Constable W. 
M. Douglas, of Oak Bay FoUaa, are 
all woricing on the oaaa. 

A thoroufch Investigation of Miss 
Wilson s .stateroom was conducted by 
Constables Carmichael and DoukLxs, 
yesterday, but it failed t/i Rive any 
clue to the womiins actions or 
whereabouts. Further investigations 
wiu be bold today in an ondaavor 
to clear up the 



If yott have no matdiea In tbe 

house and no way of getting any 
connect your electric toaster, get 
the colls red hot, and hold a piece 
of paper against them until it lights. 

• « • 

Save the leftover coffee from 
breakla.st ;ind plan to make a ( ofTee 
cake or coflee dessert of some kind 
to use it up. 

• * • 

Dissolve the odds and ends of 
soap in enough water to cover. Add 
a tea^oon ot borax for every pint 
of the mixture, and you adU bava a 

good soap jelly. 

• * • ^ 

It is said that a slice Of raw 

potato placed on each rack of the 
refrigerator will absorb all odors. 
The potato should be fre.sh each 
naming. This hint is worth trying. 

• • * 

Stiff cranberry Jelly, poured Into 
a slniUow pan, may be cut Into 
shall shapes with oooky mould or 
biscuit cutter, and uiad as lamlsh 
(or Mlada or neata, 

• • • 

Don't forget girls, if the pocket- 
book is flat, that the boy friend al- 
wav.s appreciates a box of home- 
mnde candy, ma<ie with your own 
f;ur fliiRPrs. on annlversarle.s. It 
doesn't cost much, but is always s 
weloOBM gift. 



Create a Good 

Impression 



TKett*! no questioning die fact that your PRINTING 
invariably is an index to the character of your business. 

I '.11 n* »i i.t ! i \ JrM'N liiis apply to tbc Suiuoxiecy you 



HAVE YOUR PRINTING OP THE BEST 
IP YOU WISH OTHERS TO JUDGE YOU 
IN THE RIGHT UGHT. 



The Colonist 



1211 Broad Sl 
Phone G 5241 



PKiN i iNo— Li i iiUuKAi'iliNu — iiuUKlilNDlNti— LNGRAVING 



Yoii can use a riLushed bfinnna 
and bit of butter in place of milk 
or cream in making cake icing with 
confectioner's sugar. This gives tbe 
lelBC a deUelous flavor. 

• • > 

Dipping a limp veil Into a solu- 
tion made by dissolving two table- 
spoons vlnoffar In warm water will 
stiften H. Wet tsU thoroughly, 
then atretob taite shape and let dry. 

• • • 

Have you ever tried aausafe 
shortcake for broakfaatr It is a 
biscuit dough baked In two parts, 
wtth saaaace nMat ipread between 
the layers. IT you prefer link 
sausage, wrap the doli[^ aRNBUl 
the sausaffp and bnVe 



LONDON (CP).— PoUtoes don't 
fatten, they only nourish, is the 
claim of tbe potato trade w^anlsa- 
tion here, campaigning for 
eatli^ofthi - 



Save the Pieces 



Br KANIfAH 

Here are two costumes which 
could be niiide from three outmoded 
dre.s.se.s. or Iroin new material wl 'i 
a separate skirt as tbe tMSls. The 




OP CANADA 



Fort at ^uacira 



Fhonm J:; 7155 





HAMBONi. S MEDIIAIiONS 



/ -Nt AV 5^Mf Von' 
SUt U /.ARM Mow To 

5 PUT sfo^-y^oo^ 



separate skirt b, really very im- 
portant thi.s .la.soii. and U cin be 
turned Into any kind of fror' de- 
sired by the choice of blou.ses, 
lailnird oil's for liasine.s.s. loilR 
tunics for af!e7no<>n.s of bridKC and 
tea, and If tt > skirt were long 
enough and of black satin. It could 
be topped with a white baekleas 
blouse for formal evening wear. 

This skirt was made from an old 
frock, and was made long enough 
for today by using tbe blouse a: 1 
sleeves for the yoke. The crepe 
blouse at the top was made from a 
Summer shirtwaist dre.vf it v is a 
sleeveless dress for Sunmier and 
wa.*; never RolnK to be adequntr for 
another Siinvmer Tlie hklrL was 
used for the new wider slee\es. a 
ni.vn\s .silit tie to match the cloth 
k ■ US added, and thus was com- 
plcted ft verv ninrt school, business 
or taileur i!.'.<l< White or any of 
the psstel. shades in which Sujasr 



shirtwaist frocks are m 
make t!.i' '"/i>' i^'fuise. 

A di ' places is sug- 

Restod i/> M.c ."I.N tunic blouse at 
the l>otto;.i. The dull crepe of a 
worn dress might be utilised, wltli 
satin fagoted on. forming deep coSSm 
and a high, soft neokllne en a *op 
shoulder yoke. 

Will Start 
Mining for 

Sovcrcii{ns 

nAM>ARAi. VUlona, April 28 
(BUP).— Permission to sink a shaft 
fifteen feet deep within the confines 
of Ballarat city to retrieve a strange 
hoard of 9JM soverelfBs baa been 
granted by the Mayor of BaUarat 
to a Byndsy nan. 

This man eane to BaUarat. say- 
ing that yean ago his father came 
Into posse s sion of 6,000 sovereigns 
of a new mintage which was later 
withdrawn from drculetlon because 
they were found to contain loo 
much gold Kven with Rold valued 
at less than $20 an ounce they 
worth 2f) shllllnR.s each. 

Thl-s ho«rd of sovereigns 
buried In Ballarat by the father 
and the man. who has not u • i 
this citv for years, has returned and 
obtained psnBliMOB la '^■tttO^ fOr 
his legacy. 

Probably some of oar lady readers 
can sympathise with Susan Milner, 
of Kansas Olty, wka rnniiilalm in 

The Rlur: 

Today while walklnR on the street 
I felt some pride In looking neat. 
But pride and neatness quickly flew 
When chewing gum got 'neath ngr 



Little Bedtime Stories 

Tht Ratt Leave the Big Bam 



•ByTHORNTOV W. r.''r,nr-:c. 



A wad. grown sticky in the sun. 
Makes tangle-foot for anyone. 

And this one 
for me 

That many smile-llt eyes < ■ 
Oh. yes, my pride iiad fallen low 
Yet I wss quMa IrtMk apt* fOu 
know. 



Billy Mink's sscond visit to the biK 
bam had bean an oeeaslon of grsat 

pleasure to Billy and terror to all 
the rats who lived there He hari 
hunted them just for Uie pieH.siii>- 
of hearlriK 'hen vj'icul.sof filKht an<l 
•,e "u ..f -i.pir feel as they 

jiu ed tins way and that way seek- 
ing .safety. With hU wonderful nose 
he had f (^owed thsm to their most 
seortl hiding plaoso. Itafee he bad 
caught, and he oould have caught 
more had he really wanted to. 

When he hn ' i - me tired of the 
hunt Billy had curled up for a nap 
in a comer of the haymow, where 
It wss dark and quiet He had done 
this instead of fobiff bask tA the 
woodpUe. It was very comfortable 
there. Besides. It would be very 
handy to be r (.■> ' •)<'-f wtal he 
felt like hiinfl' ir H.Rain 

; i.efore all the rata 

knew Just wliere Billy was. One of 
them had luppencd to pass near 
'^nough to omU BUly. and bad at 
nee passed the word along to all 
the others. 

"Now ts the fln>- ' I < \»u»e 

Old les'iei r . i,-, .Rether 

and attack him. Who wm Joiln with 
met- 

Not a ehigia nH eame forwsrd 
The grey oM leader shook his head 

sadly "Vo'i are cowa: ir f.-rv one 

of you ' lie said. If you will not 
flKht there li JWI am ttltaf Ml for 
lU to do." 

miat la tbatr squeaked one of 
tbe yeaiif rata who had been loudest 
In Ua baaaUnc before Billy Mink 
had appaarad the .-^er „vi timr 

"We've grit fr> len r -r 

* ' ' ' f i/ ■ r . . * r ',4 ' f ■ ' i ' * ■ 

remain here 11 will be to die. Hiat 
mink will »Uy here, or If he doesn't 
he will keep oocning back until he 




'HiVe've get to leave tbU bam." 
' reylled tbe grey eU 



has hunted ri > r) killed avaqr 
rat. We must leave the bam, and 
do tt at ones. liUre Is no tbne to 

be lost. Probably he is «slee;i n,,\«. 
By the time he awakes we must be 
'«ui '.f tills barn The rat who does 
not leave it now never will leave it." 

Immediately there waa a araal 
discussion. Every rat thsre faiew 
that the wiss old leadar waa rtght. 
But Where should they go? It was 
Winter, and they could not live long 
<^ut of doors. They mu-.t ro to a 
place where they would find shelter 
and food 'Hi'v tniKht n.^ well re- 
main t-o be icilird by BUly Mink as 
go fo7-ih (ind sisrve or freeae to 
death At least, that U what some 
of them said. Borne suggested one 
thing and some another. Finally 
they turned to the grey oM Itsflsr 
'or hia advloe. They had followed 
im ee lent that they had learned 
to trust to hie 



Next .qton,' Billy Mink's 



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Wide Range of Concerts 



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!l!hort wftw radio wetptloa. thr 
hrase that Is on the of every 
Mllo fan In the work! today haa 

0()«'Iir<1 thP <i(>OI ti. H urv, I'l'n 111 
••I I ' ! 1 ,1 iiiii t I h r I ) 1 1 K li I' H ! the 
» I 'ild lit: r !ii Vl< !orla and i 1 - 

rll:ll\, (>'A!;.-.'.S l<i 1 hf VliN)! '(ilobf 

TiolltT ' r/iillo, (111- .scii.siit Idii.il .vl 
whK li cninbiiif '. boLh long an<i 
aliort \»,,nc M [M>rt daylight recep- 
tion ol BuropewQ. AsUtlc and Aim- 

'tralMlui Intwidotti. Hmm poopla 
•ro ttttiac • thrm that must be 

".•■IWritDeMl to b« rcaUwd. for they 
rare raodTtaff a practical demonstra 

Hkn of the way in which the world 
U bound up i:. IIH ! li >Ii n 1 1 ii nil - 

-Other, by ln\, u.u- iit-^, i,f niu.M< , 

;SOng and six>kt :i wini 

The owner of a (WuIk' liulU-r" 
nil', !n limnc iiii-l radlo- 
nilliiiK in London, l-'iume, Oer- 
niai.v, Russia, Italy, India, Japan 
or Australia. Olren favoraMa oon- 

.dltlona. many of thaaa atatkms 

. eomo In with tha clMrtty and vol- 
ume of KOMO and other local 
^hroad< . 

I <>«. i>t SIMIONS 
Rroni Duncan, forty-flve mllei 
. away, comes a llat of aUtlona picked 

2 up fNm a reeeat purchaaer of the 
iBflv Victor 'XUoba Trotter." The 
j Uuam, aoeompulad by the Pacific 
^fltandard time at which they were 
j heard, follow; Rome, 10:20 am ; 

3 Honolulu, 7:30 pm : Rio dc Janiero, 
4 p.m.; BarranquiUa. Oolumbla, 
fi 'iO p.m ; CararaN. Venpzula, Ma- 
naiia. PhUIlplne Islands, 4 pm.; 
Sydney. Australia, 12 pm ; London. 
England. 6 a.m.; Pontolse, France, 

■ 9 a.m.; Osakaotokio. Japan, 7 p.m.; 
K Leseen, Germany, 10 ajn.; Madrid. 
Bpaln, 4 pin.; Guayaquil, Bquador, 



Pick.H I |» F^uropran 



ami Aii>%lrala^iaii .StalioiiK During Dayii^Iit 
lluunt — Log of Duncan Owner in Given 



8 pm ; Havannah. Cube, R 2S p m 
MoMow U H .S H . 7:45 pni aiul Uir 
Hvid AiitariK- rxpwlltlon, « U) pni 
All l\Ms was at hifvcd .n a pcM'Kl <if 
ten day. A ik-vv t\|><- acila! was 
iiM'd \*irli the .slil.-ld.il :< ad lii 

In JudglHK 111*" riHeplKin of these 
tar ofT .M«Lion.s. It niii-sl be borne In 
mind that abort wave broadcast Is 
a« yet la tt» Infancy. IhtMMlcast 
aUtlcQB are taiad alpbabeCleally, 
aooordlnc to the power used. Thus 
"A" In the power code .staiKi-^ tur 
90.000 watts and over, and H for 
250 w.itl.s and under Not one of 
the Kuropean .station^ <aii\ a lat 
IHK of over "C' ' and inanv a.'c li.-v'l 
tlian that With the .siulden Ui 
leri'.st 111 intfi li.ii iMiial broadcast, it 
is ine u.U)!e Lhat Lhe power will be 
tncrea.scd maktaif raotpMoB far 
more reliable. 

KINGSIDE gBAT 
T'lic ::!(!!! v..i\r feature of the 
"(iliibe Iroliei i ,ii i les tfie li.stener 
to distant point.s i>n thLs oontuient 
with ea.se. such stations as Schenec- 
tady. Montreal, Cincinnati. Phila- 
delphia and many othera beeomlng 
part of tha rafular radio antartaln- 
umA pngranime. It is now pos- 
sMe to obtain a rinsstde seat on the 
air to Mieh events as the world se- 
ries, to championship bouts or to 
the track or stadium when 
local champion, "Torchy" Peden 
Kathers fresh lawali hi tta oivllng 

world. 

Added to the short wave "round 
the world reception," the Victor has 
achieved perfect reeeptlon of all the 
standard long wave atatlooa. thus 
putting the owner of a "Globe 
TPotter" truly In touch with the 
world of radio enterUlnment. 



STOPS CAREEH 
OflpOil 

Spanish Government Halts, 
Plan ot Woman to Be 
Bullfighter 



MADRID (BUP). ■ en ar l taJtan- 
ita. Orua, alghtaen«faai old it« 
ocrapbar wbo'haa Ml her dedc to 
the only woman profea- 
matador In Spain, has had 
her career l^fl BP l J by tha Oovei n 
ment 

Although tJiere liave bteii women 
bu^(.i',h!■■r^ in the pa ' ihej-i f. 
.still a leivil.iiidii t)idd;nk' i '.. n 
tioin be- oiiiinK i)ri.:e' .\ioii;il hiill- 
(iKlUe .• It wa.s tlil.s reiiulat^on that 
wa% mvolced to prevent fienorita 
Cruz from appearlnf. 

Seaortta Orui la aaklof a figbt 
for pannlaalon to go on. arguing on 
tba cqnallty of tha seaes. In a pe- 
tition to the Ministry of the Inter- 
ior, she asks the Ckivernnienl to 
declare the retjulation uneorisMtu- 
tloiinl BullflghtlnK law. were 
pa.v<"d under the Monai. hy, and 
she argues iii,,i new <onstltu- 

tion establi&ties hex equality and 
invalidates the old rigiilatlan. 




Rddio Programmes 



radiM 



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Law-Prle* 



Meter Cc 



The new aarodynamle Btqmo- 
indttdlng both the new ultra- 
modem aerlea 431J and the series 
417, Hupp's new challenge to the 
I low-priced field, are now on dis- 
^ play In the sliowrooni of the Ma-sters" 
: Motor Co . local Hupmobile dlstribu- 
; tor Tlie new cars have Just arrived 
1 from the Hupp factory la Detroit, 
1 which la Jtiat anteilnt Into vohime 
i production open theee two new 
I series. 

The Hupniohilr f,,i ]\y.H nffer.s 
an a.ssortment of prices and body 
types in different fields than aver 
before In the history of that com- 
pany. With tha Introduction of the 
new aerodynamic series with their 
ultra-modern .streamline bodies. 
Hupmobile brlng.s to the mcdlum- 
pricrd field an example of advanred 
ftvIiiiK which gives to the motori.st 

advantages not ponible with pre- 
vlouB types of aea ign . 

NEW-TYPE BODY 
Although the new ultra-modern 
aerodynamic car \s probably one of 
the most spectacular oars of the 1834 
season. It la also one of the moat 
practical In accordance with 
scientific jitreamlinlng the entire 



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COMMENCINO the exrur- 
tlon season for 1M4. the 
OJ».R. Social qiub will hold 
Its annual excursion to Port 
Angeles on Saturday, MOy 5. 
"nie Ss. Prlnceas JOoa will 
take the exeuxalonMs across 
the Strait, leaving the Belle- 
ville Street Docks of Cana- 
dian Pacific Steam.slups at 
1:30 ovirwk ;,, the aftern<K>ii. 

: ''vent Ls being 

look. ,1 I wai d to bv Vletor- 
lans, and will undoubtedly 
I iw heavy patronage. Tlc- 
ts are already seHhig wen. 
Arriving at Port Angeles motor 
conveyancea wUl be available 
for sighteeebig. On the return 
to Victoria in the evening, as 
well a.s on Uie trip a-ro;s dur- 
ing the earlv aftern-wm. d.inc- 
Ing will be featured, 
lar orchestra 
music. 



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a popii- 
suppiyuig tha 



out and tJie Province team gradu- 
ally forged ahead, but were never 
more tnan seven points la tha lead 
NaUonale faugl;: back and at half- 
way through Uia half tha aoota was 
Ued 30>aU. 

Vancouver went ahead again, but 
the Montrealers .still pluRged away 
to rrmnin within .siriliuK; distance 



f««„ IV, K ^ V, u . """ee minutes to Ko When they 

lorm of the body has been worked were down four point.s, 32-36. A neat 

ba.s»cet by Cliff MelviUe broughl 
them within two polnta and then 



out In .smooth flowing riirve.s that 
depart from previou.s conventional 
design, thereby gaining several 
marked advantages. Among the 
principal gains with thla naw type 
of body are Improved roomtneas, bet- 
ter vision, increased rldlns? ea.se. and 
a marked reduction in air resLstance 
^1le new cars nrr powered with a 
six-cylinder 



came Murray Patrick's tying basket 
with five seconds to go. in the over- 
time period the Westerners proved 
to the front and fini hed with a 
five-point margin of safety 

Onre aKain the deaflly .shooting of 
the Western champions proved the 



K<tst and Middle West will pick 
iheiii up one hour earlier than 
previously. Thla arrangement 
will contlaae aatll the FaU. 

Bfany of the Winter broadcasts 
thtiah contract programmes to- 
day and several new ones will 
be instituted. Therefore, it is 
tlkelv tut It, pr'-sf-nlfi! vxill !* 

<: ,11 Ulll' S M-M ri . t, 

• .M il has l>eeii made to 

ii..-i. til, u.,t correct and within 
a few days correct schedolea 
will l>c given. 

9:30 ajn.— The Oomplnsky Ttlo. 
one of the foremost chamber trios 
in the world, and favorlte<! of Pa- 
cific Coast listeners last year, will 
return to Columbia networks in 
another series of programmes. KOL 
KVl. 

10:15 a m — Abram Chaslns, cele- 
brated American pianist-composer, 
w ill be heard in a new series of Sun. 
day piano; recitals. KOL, KVL 

11 a.m.— Playing under tha dl 
rection of Arturo Toseaainl, the 
New York Philharmonic-Symphonv 
Orcheetro wlU be heard in the last 
broadcast of the iwesem Wagner 
cycle. Selections from Wagnerian 
operas will inakt vo Vbi§ kgoadcaat 

.XOL. KVI 

4 pm.- Jiminv Durante will go 
'.n'c hi , .serond week of broadcasting 
with Rubinoff and hla erohastra 
Many novelties have been ananged 
for this programme, KOMO. 

6.30 pjn.— Featuring his shiging 
stars In the orchestra, Fred Waring 
and his Pennsylvanlan.s will present 
mother of their Sundav aitemoon 
broad:rp..st.s K()\. KVI. KSL. 

6:30 p m — Clark Ciable, celebrated 
"he mr»n" of the movie.s, will Be the 
tjue.st prt.si on the "Hall of I%Bkt" 
proi.:ramme with Nat flhUlmite Or- 
chestra. KC'M' > 



3'a X 4 '« -Inch engine on] main factor in their victory. With 
the 131 -Inch wheelbase chassis, and one hand, both hands and from all 
a 3 3-16 X 4% -inch atraight eight angles they rained shots at the bas- 
•nglna on the m-lnefa wheelbaae. kets and nearly always found theh- 



The series 417 ha.s a .six-cvlinder 
engine. 3'4 x 3', -inch unit, develop- 
ing elRhty horsepower at 3,400 revo- 
lutions per minute. Tlie car 
mounted on a wheelbase of 117 
« inches, insuring ample roominess 
tand geauina comfort. 
• The scries 417 l.s furnished In two 
body types^ -a flve-passenRer .-edan 
and a two-pas.senKcr coupe, both 
completely .streamlined. They are 
unique In their price field and In the 
.'quality of their* styling, and are 
particularly striking In the dealgn 
jol Uie rear and the fenders, which 
^Impart a tflatiact aerodynamic Im- 



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Contlnned from Pag« 1 
■Union Jacks and Winnipeg Robert- 
»aons Menoilala. raaivbed Into the 
Sast«m flnab to tarn back Na 
Uonalaa. 4t-4S. in the flnrt game 
Thursday night if the 
performance in, the past 
two games is anv criterion, they are 
conceded to have the Utle in their 
hand.s 

Vancwiver went to Om front from 
the opening whlstie and held the 
pead for aavan mlnataa. The Mont- 
unleashed some of their 

famed speed and for the next 
mlnuteM held command w iti , , 
Of ■ I 1 that 
fler ha'-ket 



ten 

' ;e,s 

net ted I ; 

Tlie Pacific Coasters 

consolidated their forcea and as the 
to an end put on an of- 
that gave Umb a ahart lead. 

^^^^ ^ no 

iha half wHh a if-iY lead. 

FORr.r INTO LEAD 
The two-point 



^1alf drew 

: • ' e 




mark. On account of the floor not 
being conducive to the bounce pass, 
Uic \'-i'icouveritcs sent snappv 
1,1 walst-hiRh pa.s.sM from man to man 
with effective result,s whan cloae in 
on the Natlonale basket. 

IROW IMPROVEMENT 
Natlonale played a much improved 
Rame as compared to the showing 
they made in the first game. The 
speedy play that carried them to the 
Eastern Canadian champlonahlp was 
Inavldence In Uie first period when 
they hold co mm a n d and showed a 
gala as they made their .succes.sful 
fight to tie the score. In the early 
stages and in the overtime however, 
their .shooting eyes were out of 
fo us and thaf mlased Bumarous 

ba.skets. 

Jack Purvea was tha star for the 
Vancouver aquad. with Russ Ken- 
nlagton and Amie Bunwtead run- 
ning him close "I/>ng John" by his 
deft shooting collected nineteen 
point.s while Kennlngton. twisting 
and twirling through the Montreal 
guards effectively, scored ten points 
For Montreal. Pat Orlffln was the 
main .scorer with ten potata. Oloee 
behind came the Patrick brothers. 
Stan wlUi last year's champion Vic- 
toria Blue IUbbon.s. and .son.s of Les. 
ter Patrick, manager of the New 
York Rangers Murray aOOrtd ?!«n r 
point.s and Lynn four. 
1-lne-up.s 

Vancouver Province— Mclntyre. P 
Bumstead. p tg); Kannlngton p 
<10); WiU. O; Purvea. P (ig); Mac- 
Donell. G: Smith, O <»); Armstrong 
a M). ToUl, 41. 

Montreal Natlonale- L Patrick, F 
(4); C Hammond, F. M Patrick F 
(»); P fJriffin. o (10); Melville, o 
(7>: Rice n (2.; schuler, O (4) 
Ctodaall. a (2). Total. M. 



MONDAV 
13:15 p.m.— Hie New York String 
Quartette, one of the oldest chamber 
music ensembles, will play ije nho- 
VWs string Quartette in E Plat, 
Opus 127, during the Columbia 
broadcast of this period. KVI. 

4 pm — Jan Oarber and his 
orchestra, whose swingy, catchy 
rhvtiims are heard weekly over Na 
tionai Broadcasting Company lines 
Will move to a new Monday spot 
KOMO Summer. 

8:30 p.m.— The A Capella Choir 
of the Pacific Union Coll-^e. will 
be guest arti.st-s on Captain Dobljsle's 
Ship of Joy proKramme. KOMO 

6 p.m.— With Percy PMth guiding 
an orchestra and chorus of male 
voices, as well as several soloists, a 
new Canadian feature, titled "Melody 
Lane." wlU be Inaugurated tnm 
Toronto. CRCV. 

7:15 pjn.— One and Glenn, wide- 
ly-known Middle We.st rntertaln- 
ers. will be heard for the fir.st time 
thLs year, in the West, when they 
start a four - prograaunas « a - wei-k 
series. KOMO. 

7 38 pm — The first of the new 
programmes arranged under the ex- 
change facilltlea of the National 
Broadcasting Company and the Ca- 
nadian Radio Commission, will bring 
Jack Denny and hLs orche.stra to 
Canadian ll.steners. Denny plays In 
New York CRCV. 

5 pm - Rosa Ponselle wUl feature 
the light classic selection, "Ah. 
Sweet My.stery of Life." by Victor 
Herbert. In her regular weekly 
»»2^2oast with Andre Kostelanet^ 
•ad hla orehastra. kol. kvt kbl 



7:00 p.m.— Proframme from Montrtal. 
7:M p.m. — New* and Weather Porecait. 
7:Se p.m.— BvanscIlM, H»ar»x 
S.-oa p m.— TwlUsht BahOM from Um Ptra- 
•ide: vJoUa. ertaa and roeaL from 
Re«tn>. 

I:t0 p m — Vanreniver B»ch Choir, rtirfc 
tor H Mason Drost (Mld-We»t 
Network > 

M.a.c.-Koo Narwoaa 
(xaob low. Kh. moo, xoMa wr> 

• :N a.m.— aadlo Oltr OooMrti orebeitra. 

director Brae RapM. aa« soloUU. 
•:Se • m — NBtieaal Toutk 
Dr Daniel A. roUasi 
director KelUl ICcLMd. 
I0:ie a.m.— atrlBswood 
10:10 a.m.— Man of Mfllodr; Ohaua aati 
Arden, piano due: Mwatd MMI. bari- 
tone: ArltM Jackaoo. Mum riater: 
orcheetra. 
1I:S0 a.m.— Mlrlmba Orche.stra 
IJ 00 noon— Orean Recital. EMon Kennedy 
I3i.spm Lilian B u c k m a n. oen^rt 

13.30 II m Prdro Vl« « Orrhentra 
1:00 p ni NiitlonKl Vr.ii-rrn. Dr. H. 
Kmcrson FusJick, male quartette, 
director Fr. Flan. 
1:M p m — Orand Hotel, draaiatle sketch 

with Ann Seymour. 
3 00 p m — Cook and Aieiander. 
3 00 pm— Catholic Hour (aplit network). 
3:10 p.m.— atatsable acnsti trshMtra. di- 
rector J. Rornlk. 
3:45 p m - Paget from the Book Of Ufe: 
Alton Phillipi. reader: Anne Olean- 
der, contralto: InatrumenUI trio 
S:00 P.m.— aiUna atrlnca: Charlei Pre- 

vln'a Orchestra and luett itars. 
1:30 p m.— Bakers Broadcait: Joe Penner. 
comedian; Ome Nelaon'a Orcheitra. 
and Harriet Hllllard. vocalist. 
4:00 p.m.— Jlmmle Durante, eoaiaeian: 

Rublnoft'i Orcheitra. 
B:00 p m — Manbattaa Merrr-Oo-Keond: 
Tamara. Ruaeiaa Uuea ilacer: male 
trio: David Percy, baritone: Phil 
Lewis' orrhestra. 

• ;J0 p m.- Album o( Familiar Muaic: 
Frank Muna. taaor; Virslnta Rea. 
Soprano; plane dne: Bertrand Hirech, 
violin, OustTve Haentchen't Or- 
clieKtia 

6.00 P.m.— Chevrolet Protramme; orchci 
. tra. etreeter Victor Youne. 

• :fO p.m. — Halt of Fame: orrh«.<stra. direc- 
tor Nat. Bhilkret; Clark Oable, gueit 
Klir. 

7:00 p m -Wendell Hall, red-headed music- 
maker. 

7:18 pm WalUr Wlnchell, 

eos.sip. 

7 so p in Joseph Hornlk'i Orcheetra. 

8:00 pm Adventurei In Health, with Dr 
Bundeaeii 

»:00 p.m.— Reader's Guide. J 

0:30 p.m.— Readers' Ottldc. 
10:00 p.m.— Newi Flashes, aam Hares. 
i0:is p.m.— Paul Oarsen, ergaalat. 
II 00 p m — News Serrlee. 



U:05 p m.— lielodlaas. 
Clyde Oearr. 



sonss. 



•rebastrai aireetor 



. C.B.8.-DON LBB NBTWOBK 

(KVL KFBC. KOIM, KBL. KOL) 

0:00 a.Bi.— Church of the Air. 

0:K a.m.— Complaaky Trie, Instrumental- 
lets. 

I0:0e SJn.— Obarlea parlilc. tenor. 

10:16 a.m. — Fiano Pointers. Ahram C'h».^in» ' 
10:10 a.m.— Lasy Dan, the Minstrel Man i 
11:00 a.m.— New York Philharmonic Bym-' 
Phoar Orehestra; Arturo Toacaninl. I 
•eaaucter. 

S:ee aji.— RabM MatulB. world topics' 
(OOa Ue). 

»m-«mUla> M tleOMwell. 
«:«» p.m.— Twllltht Muslcale. 
t:00 p.m.— Hampton Institute Choir. 
3:10 p.m. — Clarence Wheeler's OrolMitra. I 
3:4» p.m.— Orcan and Harp lUeltaL 
4:00 p.m.— Freddie Rith Batortabu. 
4:10 p.m.— C a 1 l r o r n I a m^w..^^^ jh^^^ \ 
Palse'a Orchestra. I 
5:00 p m — Your Child. Antelo Patrl. 

6 30 p m — Pred Waring and his Pennsyl- I 
vanlsns: Lane Bisters and Babs ^ ■ 
Ryan, vocalists. 

8:00 p.m.— Wayne KInc's Orchestra. 
*:*o p.m.— Fertf -Fire anavtas la XOlty- 
weod. 

7 15 pm— Little Jack Little's Orchestra. 
7 30 p m The Merrymakers (Don Lee) 
7 45 p.m.— Frits Miller and his orchestra 
•:00 p.m.— Charlie Davis' Orehestra 
i:IO p m.— Henry Busee and Orchestra. 
B oo p m — Daaee Made <Oca Lea). i 

10 00 p m -Oua AralMia's Onbostra (Don! 
Leel. I 

ii:oe p.m.-MMMeltf Meedfc ereaa (Don 



Seamless \ \ iiaai>u;x- 
,25% to 33 1-3% Off! 

\ IiK-kv piMch.-isc made friiin one of 
tlic leading luaiuifacturers, enables us to 
make this offer! 12 only. Sample kn^^ 
IM l.c.-uitifiil .Icsign.s and colorings — 
never sliown before 1 Every rUg indi- 
vidual— sire 9 X 12. 

la Only, at f37.80 



*'Aieii .i^aiiibt the Sea" 

•ii* r..''^r C»'arlf» Nordhoff and Tames Norman 
Mall! To those who read "Kfutiny on the 
Hoiiiiiy, this stirring atorv of the trials ami 
hardships of CapUin Bligh and hii ciHhiren 
loyal companions, will be a wikonie a.i(lii„.n 
to the previous story. Told in the thnllmK 
and realistir m.Tnner which the authors are 
capable of. it is ilestiiied to be one of the best 
Bovaia ol tha y«a<l Priced at ._M.«» 

Main Fleoiu.H B C 




Wool Kevecfibic Rugt 

3.25 4.98 

Siso 25 X 48 SUt 30 s 60 

Beat Quality Heavy Reveraible Ruy.s 
-perfect in finish and every detail! 
i'-oamifiil in <lesiijns and coloringsl An- 
niversary Sale SpennI! 

g Third Floor— H B C 

Your Fur Coat 

. . . may be reduced to a few scraps of 
leather and cloth by next Fallf To avoid this 
... store it in "The Bay's" Cold .StnraKe 
Vaults, where it will be absolutely safe from 
damage by moth*, ire or theft Bring your 
coat down tomorrow an4 inquire about our 
low rates. 

Swend PloMwH B 




BC SERVICE GRdCERIES 



PHONI 
t7111 



Pbon* Your Ord«. 



Lee) 



Monday* s Programme 

CrCT, Victoria. B t . ( I l.Mt rfert.) 
• OOam^Top o' the Mornliit 
8 18 a m. — Timely Topics, Dr, Clem Davie 



news and 



H Jackson 




•re aelaal haaiereea tid-M 
csaaloaUea pavrn. rtsars. etc 

learhrrt. 



br 




man bad no blaekboard. 
coonted his 
toes 




"Mjr. I dUInt know that yaa had 
alaetrtcttr away out haw." 

*^a tWiernte It on: 
1 8M 'Otim talent, 



RUR 




Don't SuHer From 
Rheumatism 

'nalistn la a t>lood diaordsr 



Sunday's I'rogramme 



Bitters 



'■■ i.i w, •>„ „„| f«.f,,ra 

it' < r..! ,,f ihin iwir fill, joint 
'ting ,li(ww tl,r. 1. (.-..), rniirt ba 
p'li 'i^l and enri, 

, itwtHdofwyao. haal 

^*'i>f» bat iihiiHIm af 



iUm Keya) 

I TolZ f^""""*. OaUiedral. 
■ JO p m oospel aunshlao Rour. 
e 45 p m Enid Cole, dramatist. 
7:00 p m - Miniature Concert 
7:10 p m Christ Chtirrh Cathedral. 
C JOR. Vanraarer (••• 

! 15 S " -'■<"'"''"•" nospel Service 
4.U P.ai..-M«a(eal Proeramme 
A 7m — Downes. pianist. 
« 4» pm M.nir.l proeramme. 
S 1.^ p m Rrillnh Israel PromaaM 

• 00 p.m.— Srmphonr Hour. 
7:00 p.m.— News Varieties. 
7:U p.aL— Maaieal Frotramme 
7.W a Orlet Obaraa Cathedral. 

tmWM. TaMMvov (IBM Kera.) 
7 00 a.ai.— BeeeraiBca. 
11 00 a m -Metreaelltaa Takeraaele. 
II JO p m Recnrdlnes 
S 00 p m Twiliihl R<>verles 
S SO p m -Studio Proeraauaa 
« 00 p m — Familiar MoMtai ' 

• 10 p m.— atndlo FreeruMM. 

• »0 pm. Orean Proeramme. 

• :00 p m Home Hotir of MiMIS. 

10 00 p m -aafetjr Specialists 

11 00 P.m.— atadle Frocramme 

,00^!:-^!^!??^ 

S 10 p m 

ines. 

t ss p.m.— Oaaadtaa 

• 00 p.m.— WItMa 

7 00 p m 
7 so p m -Cai 
Weathar 
" IS P m - Kvaneellna. Mallfas 
« 00 p m Twiiitht Bchoea. Ra«lM. 

Vanrouvtr Bach OMr. Tl 



New« 

Teroaio. 



The age of a deer l.s told by the 
number of horn.s on It.s iiead, while 
the age of a camel r^n be told by 
tha mmlm ot humps on ita barck. 

• • » 

T)iere is onlv one thing to taU 
about Charlemagne , It u one of 
Tnaotrt aoat famous drlaka. 

• * • 

A di.irount i.<( a rertaln per rent of 
hla clothea that a dealer takea off at 

e • • 
A pasture la gRMttd that CMM BBt 

wilh gra&s. 



S 30 a m. — Tempus Futlt. 

B 00 a m --Morninc Moods. 
10.00 a m - Feature Proeramme, 
10 II a m Art Parejr. pianist. 

10 30 a.m.— Music In the Air. 

11 00 a.m.— ^osepb Boee. ere talk. 
11 05 a.m.— Musical Alphabet. 

11 30 am -The Conrert Album. 
13 00 noon - Meloflle Moderne. ! 

12 16 p.m.— World Bookman. " How HIeti 
Dp Are Uie Olouas?" 

13 30 p.m.— Tea Tuaeful Ulautes. 
J 30 p ni Birthdar Fafrtr. 
« no p m Modem Melodies. 
« 30 p m Clirr Pre-cott, hass. 
1 00 p in Doiid Bii,<.iie'..s 
7 IS p m - Frature Ptouramme. 
7 30 p ni —Andy MrNauf hton, plaalst. 
7 45 p m. Prof t.:ol>lus. 

•:00 p.m.— Celealst Mews Flashes. 
OJOa. VaaooaTe r , B.C. (000 Keys.) 0 

• 00 p m.— Musical Frosraauaa. 

• 35 p m,— Frocramme. 

« 40 p m — Stock Quotations. 
« 4S p m -News Varieties 
7 00 P.m.— Musical Proeramme. 
7 15 p m.— Volee of Frotress. 
7 30 p m — Ooodrleh Frocramme. 
7 45 p m Cardo Smaller, the Forter 
VuilliiUl. 

8:00 p.m.— Charles Hover, sonca 

• IS p.m.— Vancourer Museuai, talk. 

5 30 p m.— Cariboo Cowl>oys. 
CRCV. Vaneoeeer, B.C. (IIM Kers.) 

6 30 p m VarletT Frocramme 
1:55 p m.— Canadian Press News 

• ;00 p m — Melodr Lanr. 'I'oronio 
7:00 p m —The Call of the North. Id 

monton. 

7 30 p m Caaadlaa PrcM Mews 

Weather. 

7 38 p ni Jack 0«wy's Orehaatn. Me 

York. 

8 00 p.m.— Mrrtle Thomi 
8 15 p m.— News 

8 30 p m Moonlisht on the Mm 
Reilna 

8 00 p.m.— The Four Porters. 
» 10 p.m.— Vancouver Theatre of the Air 
10 00 p m.— Donald Hy.ilop. baritone 
in 1'. n m.— Pallas and Hamer. Hawallai 

( KWX, VaaeeeTcr. B.C. f loie Kera.) 
S 00 p.m.— Ber and Olrl Radio Clnb. 

30 p.m.— nacordine.i. 
« 00 p.m. — Studio Proeramme. 
<^ IS pm — Famous Players' FrosnUHM 
fi 35 p m - Market Serrloe. 
S.IO p m.— Studio Proeramme. 

• :i6 p.m — Happy Family 
7 00 p.m.— Financial Review. 

7 IS p.m.— atudlo Frocramme. 
CKMO. Vaaeeeear, B.C. (I«I0 Beys.) 

4 30 pm - Popular Recordlnfs. 

5 30 p m I.ofters' Request 

8 00 p m — British Recordlnn. 
7:K p.m.— Aa Islaad Faatasr. 
•:00 p m.— Trlonoas Orehestra. 

• 10 p m - British ColamMa Teacltors' 

Proeramme. 

CANADIAN BADIO COMMiaaiON 
l:M p.m. — Canadian Prats Mews (BriUah 

Columbia Network ). 
giOO p m -Melody I>ane Oieliectia 
male choir, from Toroata. 



Aylmer Greengages 

2;r2Sc 

Post's Bran Flakss 

2 '^ 250 

Fels-Naptha 
Laundry Soap 

Large 10-bar 
carton 



It Wffl R«c«hr« Cartfuf Attmtiont 

AwMlM LiMfc 
Tmum 

20e 



Toiitt Aollt 



Spring CloHitt Pegs 

for lie 



Crade A Madivoi^ doz.. S9#: 

45c 

Oranges 

Sweet and juicy. 
» doaca for 



Mnz C«bM 

25c 



Medium tins. 
9 for 



Frater Gold Peas 

Fancy quality. si,r c> 1 
Per tin I U 



HBC GROCETERIA ?^*o1?v^ 



SHOP AT -THB BAY*' AND SAVE. THE FiNEST QUALITY AT THE 

LOWEST PRICES 



MORNING BAROAIN. • TO 12:30 
Bur ford and Prankfar4 Braad Paara. 2*s. 

* tins fur „ _ 1## 

Limited Quantity 



AFTERNOON BARGAIN, IdO to 5 30 

Green Peaa, size 5, 3 tins _.. 2S< 

^"'^^ Soa^, per carton it«» 



' s ChoMlaia, Preminm Baking. 

.11 kcl ^ _ 



and 



yj\ per 
21^ 

Taaty Craam Haaltii Oatt. prr packet 10# 
P*r tin. 45#, .nd fl.O* 



•osttralta. 



Campbell'a Tomato Soup 

3 tins for 



Kirk'e Caatile Soap. 



26c 



Owl Matchaa. large boxea, 

« for 



"SEAL OF QUALITY" PLOUR-PIRST 

PATENT 
^'4- lb. sack „ 

"'-lb. oack ~::M.a« 

FIVE ROSES FLOUR 

*-|l>. "ck _ 79# 

'■''-lb. Mck ft.g3 



COUPON 
Pearl White Soap. 
lO cikrs for .......«, 



SPICIAt 



HBC QUALITY BUTTER-ALWAYS 
THE SAME 
Hudaenia CraaaMry, bulk. 

per lb 27c 

8 lbs. for f0 
Quality Food M . Main Ploor— H B C 



and 



« 10 



p m 
ro'.jyer 
S 00 p m.- Home oa 
10 00 p m.— Dr Ulo 
10 »0 p m — Newi. 
CUIO. Vi 

• 10 

• 00 

t m p as. 




noa Em.» 





'CJCA. 

CnCV. CKOT. CFOb. OMQ) 



i wall 



>oeiU. 




your 



• • • 

A sin'ujf means « .«mall boy. 



America haa 



more fonat 
we Ucm 



flrce 



Kx^Htiplrs of rrx-rgy 
labor, wban a dock 



are: 




Manual 

up. 



T OO p.m.— OaU of the NerUk lUlOOllOB AI 
Preston, from Cdmontea. 

7:10 pm - New^ ond Weather Forecast. 

7:10 p m .)«rk DennT « Orrhestra. from 
National Broadcastlaa Compear 

■ 90 p.n — MooatieM aa tfeo nieeri Jack 
Dale 

0:M p.m tarlileu: MarUaka 
Orot' . with weaWti < 

work I 

N B I..RGO NKTV. -.^ 

• 00 a m — Xavier Cueat s t. lestra. 

8 30 a.m.— Orvea Ooaeert, Faal Oanae. 

9 5S a m.— Neva aerrtce. 

10 00 a m New World, educational pro- 
eramme 

10 10 a m.— Woman's Macaslne of the Air. 

ll:Se a.81.— Orvaa Ooaeert. 

II;M am.-<;allforala FOderatloa of 

Womea's BMS. 
II 00 noon— SoMf aai Bakk dramatic 

sketch. 

12 M r m — waetera Farm aad Itome 

Hour. 

I 00 p m Tour Health, guest aaeaker. 

I n P m «olo4et 

I JO p m -Ma Perkins, dramatic sketch 
1 U pm - Biinkhniiae Rones. Uarssret 
West's BatUr 8 Bldere. 

• 00 pM—M ftaiw Oaae. vartety Fr»- 

entMse. 

I 00 p m Horaena* Fhllosephy 
1 IS D tn f>ri»nt«l Osrilens Orchestra 

1 so p.m.— Muaic kr Oerahwia, 

• a a.ai 

Hetalk 

4 00 n m 

Orel' n 

• M p.m. lhe at. 

«:«• 9.m. m m WMaa Jnala. ehiM 

pUp. 

•tee p » — Arlon Trio 

• :M pm 8hlp of Jot. Captain Dohbale 

orehestra. director Merldlth Wilson 

aaaaa sun 

•■■•a F.M. OaaUnt«4 Freeraauaa: Oene 
AnMM: Laltabv Imtti areheeua. 
eirertor Mersran L. Baalaaa. 

• M p '>-. "^..»# Rrvtie: Kaila liah. 

" Arnheiiaf AMHalra. 
I.eo p in \a.-,t n Andy. 
1:U p m — <»sae eaa Olaaa. iinu 
sketeh 

tM P m -l«*renre TIMMt. barltnn* • -i 
Rlrhard rrooks. tenor. slt», > 
WllUam OeU s Oreheetra. B. Fire 



a:M B^— Fraakle Maolorr Ttnm IBs 

•:N».aL-Wana Tiaw! Im Maasen, 
toBor: Marottth Wlltoa s Orchestra 
»:•• a.m.— News Flashes. Bam Harea. 

10:1S p m.— Tom Coakler's Orchestra 
18 55 p m — Press-Ba4lo News Service 
II 00 p m —Orean Concert iKOO) 

I I on ni T'd F'r.i , ... ... 

II jr. ; . ( , 



%ts 



in MinoRK 
KOIN. KHL. KOL) 



HaU's Orchestra. 



Bill. dramatic 
■elea Trent. 



'KVI, Kmc. 

• 00 e.m. — Oeoree 

• 10 a I 

semhie 
10:00 a.m Just Plain 
Sketrh 

10:lt a m - Romance of 
drama 

10:10 a m —American Bchoel of the Air 
11.00 a m Oahu 8erenador% Bewliaa 

Muilr 

Il ls a m. -Rhrthm Kines 

1I:S0 a m.— Dnited ataus Msrine Bead. 

1> 00 noen— Bill Hunins. aonct. 

la IS pm -Mbrarr of OeaeroM Muslcale. 

1 00 p m Dictators. 

l.U p m Between the Bookends. Ted 
Malene 

I'M pm-- Terry Hays, Kddle CopelaadS 

Orchestra. 
I 8 p.m —Bob Nolan and Norm Bhorr 
1:00 pm HappT Oo-Uirkr Hour 'Don 

Leei 

• 00 p m.— Feminine Fanclee 'Don Leei 

1 M p m — aehamato BrMhera Qaartotte. 

18 p m — And the Crowd Boar*. 
4 00 p m -Melodies Oreaniatleae (I 

I.ee I 

4 18 pm — Bone* at KTeatlde. 
«:N Pai — Btas Orel 
Orlera Orcheetra 

• 00 p m Andre 

Roaa Ponselle. 

tra and rhems 
I'M p m -The Bis Rho* flertrude 

Nieeen. soacetreae and actreaa. tCady 

Oirletlans draaaalto caet; Brao 

Rapoe's Orchestra. 
•:•• p.m —Wayne Ktnc'a Orchestra. 

• 80 p.m — Bvan Erans. barltene 

• *0 p.m — Bnccaaeers (Daa Lee) 

3 ?? ' mmmra Opshaetra. 

' '* • ai — Mlaata Mslidlsd a>ea Lsa). 

7 M pm -rharlle Darts' " 
1 10 p m Rorkei M::it«rr 

F. atark (Doa Lee). 

t:f asi ms y uehrs 
•;ee a M.-«h«R Maa. varteu fDoa Lee) 

8 10 p m Hsrrr aaSBiak'S Orrheatra 

• 00 r r:, i,r,n Rslaose^ Oreheetra 

• SO p m Paoehe 
M M p m — BIB 

IDnn T«ei 
10 SO p IT WMe' Radle 

<Oo> -• 

Bi.i riesaa 



That BodyoJ 
Yours 

(By Janet W. Barton, US), 



op 



HBART mgKARK MORE THAN 
DOUBLEn IN THIRTY YEAR.H 
In 1900. heart dlaeaae waa fourth 
among the caiiM>s of )|MlfTl. and 
tuberculoala waa third. 

In ino, haart dtaaaae stood flrat 
and tuberciiloals stood sixth. 

TTir ligum^ show that In thirty 
year«i t.hr draUi mi^ from heart 
disea-^e more than doubled, while 
death from other cauies either In- 
creaaad or daeraaaad ky a mmU m- 
centafa. 

Tha catiae of the deaths In hwui. 
dlaeaae waa rtvnimaUam In 27 per 
rrnf. high blo<<i preaaure In 31 per 
r^nt. a^ute In/rrMooa (other than 
rheiimaawn) In l.^ per rent, haitf- 
enlnff of the artniea In 9 par aoit, 
thyroid trouble In 4 par eant. aoB- 
Renltal In ovar 2 par ant. and othar 
cauaaa mada up ttia balanoa 

Tha laadlna rauae of hretrf fll.»- 
aa aa u nder the a«r of twrnly wax 
rheuamtlc infection "A^ a matter 
oi fact. It U stenerally believed that 
over 1*0 per rent of «ii raaea of heart 
dlaeaae in indlvlduala *fH ^ tha fat 

of twenty * " 

the cauae ' 

At forty to 
0* the artariai^ i^kh, ct count. 

MB Mth Mood pNaanra becauae 
tha olMlleMgr baa noa out of the 

■ «• tlia Mood vwmels stand* 
first aa a easM o( > ^ 
If then. rtMomati' 

ra iiae of heart dlr-f- ■ 

death In wme an<l . 

ti>e heart i, ..< 

oartalnly every mcaoa o( 



I In aome dUea there are "h/^ri ' 
centre*, wherr jjarenU Hiirl 'liiMifn 

'can learn how to pr tort and grad- 
ually ^trennthen a heflrt dafflaged 
by rhnimatlam. Thla la an exeal- 
lent work and means much to 
happiness and ef f ecUvaneaa of I 
Uvea. 

However, our tim thought ahoukl 
be tha preyaatloQ of rtieumatUm. 
That infected tonaila ai* veryoTtan 
tha eauaa oT rHeumatlam te now be- 
yond all question 

This doesn t mmn lliat all lon- 
Ula ahonlfl bo removed and thu» no 
rheumatism and theirfore no heart 
dlMBse. 

The torwUs have a number of 
usca in the body and abavld ba fa- 
mored only when thay an-polaooiMr 
the syitam or obatmoUiV dM bnftlii- 
tag. u aora throatt mn tnqotai, 
tha tooatla ahould be renvmid. 

Soctetlaa for the prevention of 
rhetrniatlsm tiave fwind tt nf mrt 
clothes, damp hotiftes. aevf 
Inn. too murh «,tArrhy fr^xi aixl 
not enough »irid eifgs, are 

factora In "»"»*ftg rtieumatten. 



I le main 
^ II s I n R 
•t>llna or 
•ingsters. 




Have you a last wlihr' 
tha^aaMtSS* * 




THE DAILY COLONW, VICTORIA. P. C . Sl XOAV, APRIi: 20, VkU 






O'CLOCK SPECIALS 

For Monday Shoppers 

No Mail. Pbom, or COD. Ordm*. Pltaul 



Men's Suits 

$795 

Tweed and Blue Cheviot 
Suits, tailored from Rood 
wfariiiR cloths, in sIhkIc- 
hrcastrrl stvirs only. All siiei, 
^t} to 44. Only 501 

IMaFlPM^HBC 



Bedroom Suite 



67 



50 



( jiilv one l'■P'lr^'l>m Siiifc in 
Li'li'iii.il >t\Ip HI \\n\r jjrain 
» t r I fi r (I mahogany I Chif- 
onirr. Nanity and separate 
Hanging Mirror — fulNaized 
PMtcr B*dl 

T'ourfh Floor- H B r 



Wash Fabrics 



29 



Yard 



Dainty W'asli I'ahriis, intliid- 
ing English Prints. IVinted 
Pique*, Plaid Ginghams and 
Fine Broadcloth! — il\ faat 
oolors and J6 iochca wide I 

B C 



Wool Rugb 

$2^5 

1.' 0(,]v' Rrvri>il)Ir W-^I 
KuRs rcKiilHrly -s,.].! at 
Pa^tfl litiadfi of (irern aii'l 
filue — also Brown tones! 
Some tlightlr toiled I 



Wo's Shoes 

80 Pairs only! Values as high 

as $5.00! hvcrv style rrpre- 
M-nted— for street and dress 
\v< ir -and tit MSCft tO th« 
groupl 



Rap: Rugs 

2!> Only! Heavy Kstg Purv 
\va<hal)lc «tvlr, in attraitivp 
colors for hrdrooms or liatli- 
rooms^ — size i7 x 54. We ad- 
vise early shopping! 

Third Floor — H B C 



Straw Hats 



50 



Oddments of Hats and Nov- 
elty Berets — Straws for chil- 
drcot niaaes and women I 
Smart colora and variety of 
styles! 



Knit Undies 



29 



I'ine Flat-Knit Undies in 
Pink, I'each and White, with 
rayon stripe! Boilt-up strap 
veata, cuffed-knee panttca and 
knickers. All sizes! 

lacood Floei^ B C 



Mill Lnds 



Sheetiii^^s 



39 



\ arci 



Mill Ends of Unbleached 
Sheetings in lengths from li^j 
to 5'^ yards! 72 to 80 inches 
wide! Fine for ahatta, pUI«w 
cases, etc. 

Maia FlQor-M B C 



ALL-iVlLl AL K.U' KIGERA i OK6 



14 



Incliuimvi ' 'U Lbs* $ 
of lc€ hKhb 

Smart in appearance, and rrmenibcr . 
crator soon pays for itself by preventing .spoiled food, and 
aafegruarda the health of your family ! Consttrueted of ru9t> 

rrsistinp stfrl, in \\liifr or ^rcy rnaittr] rinish, Ilcavilv in- 
sulated to conserve the cold — 42yj inches high by 2lyi 
inches wide. 

Ikacli Beacon Ranges 

$1000 Cash. Ralancr 
r 1 n .s Carrying 4: f~ Z' V^ll 
Charges Arranged. i-'W 
Special 






Our Itr^t selling and mn<^\ popular range rrdurcd <!nrin(:j 
thi<i sale! Buy one now and aavel Its special features 
include: 



18-inrli rii$t reviltiac and 

w ar|i proof Oven. 



♦ Fire box wrl! proporf ioned. 

• Fire box ctfuipped with re- 
movable anti-clinker grates. 

• I rce troni unsightly Bolts » gtatl Rant* with fall caM 
aad HHiflea. naia front 

laataUatiMi Mid WatarfroaU extra! 

ThM FUar— H B C 



MONDAY IS VICTORIA DAY 

at ''The Bays'' Anniversary Sale ... 



It is fitting that to Victoria, which was founded 
by the Hudson's Bay Company more than 91 
years ago, wc should dedicate one of the days 
in our Anniversary Sale' So Monday will he 
Victoria Day, and all Victoria is invited to par- 

Silk to Top 

CHIFFON HOSE 



ticipatc in the wonderful savings we are otter- 
ing. The Items advertised hei e are met ely a few 
of the many extraordinary barj^ams to l)e tounci 
throughout the store. We advise early shop- 
ping, especially for our nine o'clock specials! 



Lovely clull sheer chiflfon — a wisp of ex- 
(|insi?c ( !'-at silk, I km ii t i full \ f,i>>hii mrd \n 
injure d leal ht. Smart cradle leet and at- 
tractive picot top. All sizes and a group of 
the newest tQpic4* Pair..>n...>~.»«.««>~«~»«><.— ^ 



87, 



SPRING AND SUMMER 

PULLOVERS 



89c 




500 Printed 
1 i O n 1 C 

Frocks 



59, 



Ordinarily $1.75 and $1.95! Just unpacked for this 
special sale! AM made of soft wool or silk and wool 
in every imaginable color ! Priced, at this special 
low figure . . . less than the cost of the wool it 
takes to knit one! Be here early for this special 



Large iinm Hats 



Regular $7.95 lials, reduced 
1.1 sell at tlll^ .spet ial 
price I Tliesr lovely models 
lia\e never been shown 
before, and were specislfy 
urchased! 25 onlv — in 



2>ccond Floor— H B C 




Stamped Goods 

Stamped Pillow Cases, neativ 
2''j heinstitched hem. in several 

rtfcttuc designs for quick work- 
ing. I'air _ 89# 

3-Piece Buffet Sets, in easv Hr- 

.vign.*, inclinlitig .smart (iitw • 
effects. Specially priced at ll*< 

Linen Runners, witli h.iiid- 
friiiijed end.s; ideal for taldc or 
buffet ufcC, in Green, Yellow and 
Natural. Sise 17 x 4S 4»# 

lacond Floor— H B C 




Monday's Special Luncheon 

In the Victorian Restaurant I 

FtnMPplf Julc* 
Toaate JukA Orapafrnlt OslfelBtt / 

riot or Cold ConsoBua* * 
nutts of 8ol«. liOtatM' aauc* 
Chicken Baut* wtUi MtttHrooats 
■rat PrtM«M« 
OaM cf IIm4 Lattttct. OrMtfralt ma4 

Remit »r Sprint Lamb. Mint Saurr 
aptetd Htm and Candled Sweet PotatOM 
nitti Braa Mufnnt Butur Rusks 
i^tatMt and V«fret*bl«t . 
Wtmti atra •> ' ' ream fit 
Ayri* V\r • OtMSe 
Tlankiia Ilaiaroln 
Mtyla Nut n<intlae Compot* »t IMI 

rati Oarrr Tm or OoftM 



DRUGS AND 
1 OILKl RILS 



l ib. Tina Takum Powdar.. 



10c 



I Cteansiag Tiaattao In roll* and 
1 cellophaoc cnytlopcf 

H B C Mah and Cod Uvor (ML —4 

)90flBl9lft — "-- ■■ — ftt rtan ■ fi ^^^^^ 

Deerney's Three Secret Face 
Woodbury's Facial Cream . .-. 

Yeast-Vite, large sue 

CampaaTa Xialaa Bi3m..^^^ 
PapaodsBt Tootk Paata~....M.~> 



Bayer's Aspirin Tablets, 24's..., 
rVpsodent Antiseptic, Ur>{e .. 
I'ond's Cold Cream, large jar. 



[foundation Garments 



Ordinarily 79c and $1.00! 
One of ^e greatest valoes 

of our Anniversary Sale! 
A s|)ccial factory clearance 
of Jiome Frocks in guaran- 
teed tub-fast prints. Florals, 
figrures and polka dots with 
offandie and broadcloth 
trims and liqht or darker 
rounds. All sizes, 34 to 44. 

Shop Early I ^ 

' fleces4 Woor*"!I 9 ©■ 




$1 98 



1 



A factory clearance of discontinued 
numbers and ovcrmakesl Included 
arc Laetcx Step-ins, Elastic Girdles. 
Inner P' '* (" rselettes. Front and 
Back I.,ace Corsets, Front-Clasii 
and Side-Hookinff Girdles, and 
Swami-Top Corselettes. 

Sacoad Floor— H B C 




r 




Printed 

Cj corvette 

.soo Yardil Printed Silk Ueorkrttei and 
811k Nlnoaa. In baauUful patlarna and 
colorlaea; sUk maonB la a lall rans* 
9t Plata staats. ft#aa 
M iMbM viaa, 7ar«. . .. WV 

Wool Fabrics 

Lact VMTM In wwl OsM and 

aulUns fabrlca. AS Um wanted 
celorlnti Tweeda In sssart n> •! 
tffccU. 64 Inches wMs. d8C 



lUcular fl.M 



B e 



I'll ^ I'illU V 



All-U ool SucU 

39' 

Jatt 900 pairs, so we advise early shopping! All Urst 

quality and a wonderful value, made from a fine qual- 
ity Botany yarn m a wide rauge of smart shades and 
pattema. All sixes. 



Jbacial M essage FRij^E 
With Permanent Wave 



At 



4>zlU0 



During our Anniversary Sale, 
our Beauty Salon presents this 
special offer! A refreshing facial 
FREE to thoae who have a 
permanent wave! Our perma- 
nent* are noted for the large 
aatui.ii i'">|vjng waves! 

Mtzrlt' - r 





3 -Piece 

Slip Cover Sc ts 



Mil? 




Obooaa ywr aralrad pat. 

torn from thit • p I • n d i d 
auortmant of warp-prtntad 
(hadow clothtl Box pleated 
or tie under itylaa— all work 
tvaranteedt Ordert executed 
tm atrlct rotatioo. a« ra- 

asifeai 

IMra noar ■ m c 



50 \ It'll 5 Slll.l ! I 

Grey l*iannel Suits 

?] 750 

Tliey're a marvelous giialiiy at tiiis price! One of the 
most outstanding values we've offered! New atylew 
tine tailoring— beautiful material*— <all calaMSO lioad 
—and all sizes, 34 to 46! 

latra ¥mta, 

Maia FlooP-H B C 



Bedroom Suites 

LarRC Walnut Hedrooni .'^iiite*. (on- 
sisliiiK of Dresser, ( (lifTonirre, \ an- 
iiv, Hrnrli and l>fiul>le Bed a" in 
■ < ' < Kntt walnut veneers, and m 
VsiKHs. Ragalar $129.50L 

Aaiiivsr»ary Sale , 



Leather Arm Chair 



Substantially Built Chairs, 
strongly made spring scats and 
and ruvered in genume brown leather 
Recular $39.50. Anniversary Sale 



Willi 

backs. <tO| \ 
ather! JK J 
ale.-... 



C Many Spadsls 

Nut Adveitiaad! 



B C 



Odd hairs 

I ine Made Chairs, with strong hard- 
u oo<| frames and reversible spring- 
hiled cushions, m cut velour! Regular 
I4I4I&— Anniversary Sale. — 

Bungalow iicds 

Ideal for RrowinK hoys or Rirls. these 
trongly niadr Heds are Ihrrr feet 
wide, uith low and liead ionipieie m 
I V* o nil h watnut-hnish steel ttihniK' 
Strong cable web spring and all-felt 
mattraaa. Priced at ~. 



Bleached Sheets 



MiK'iily imperfect in weave, hut noJhii 

to affect the wearl Made from a hea .1 iii 

"^now whita cotton, free from fillin(j. .Sizc 4) 1 Ty 
72 X 100. Eactl, Annlvrrsary Special. X 



^atin-Bound Blankets 

Satin-Roiind l i rrsible Wool Hlankels, 
usually sold at $.S 5(1' \V uvrii from soft 
lofty yarns in reversible pastel shades. 
.\nniveraary Sala Spacial, each .... 



.98 



Inexpensive Comforters 



Covrif.i III ^radr. *mall-p«tterned 
prints in maiipr dainty color combinations 
liKlit. medium and dark colorings. 
Splendid for camp aae— ain 60 x 72. 
Annivrrsarr Speefal _ ^ 

\\ hilc 1 iirkish Towel 



.Soft. sponKv ' towels, 
attractive colored borders. 

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t . ! ! 



1 1 1 1 1 X i 1 r < I 1 1 i 

Values up t' 



Blankets 



V\ ow ii ,1'in _\airis, and prirrd 

MU< I1 lower than firdiiiaril\ r«niil 
fl0.30! linishcd with blue borders — size 
ttO X 80. Annivcraary Special, pair. 







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1 




mi B. [. liRFIN 
TAKLN M DtATHi 



oKnlze<! a * iii 

I oiumUat la Canada, dlad la Oan- 
•1 1l09ltal here laat night after 

'n:rf lllneSfl. n-ii'i :ri I'tf,,rf1, 

';nKiaiid, tn IBM. M' <<('>"., < anir 

to Canada twenty \rn ^ . ■ ; 

' fier hiKsband. Richard (. < ■ ^; 
^orUI a .short May In W ii.i . ; . k 
After ii;..\r.i tn Vanrou\er. where 
i ' Sided .slnre. 

I Mi<« Oracn began bar newnpapar 
- --COUVF.n. April <C?K— Icaree- ta ItlT aa Boolal adttor of 
lira. Scntrtca BUml Oraan. who atlTba Vaooourer Stm. 

'liV itelkr poiltMl 



fell Kno-. 

Editor 



I'avxrs ^H.4y 
BHef Illneas 



Uiey 



wttb The OaUy Pravkwa. Mantaf 
Stan Vaneourar Ham and Naisa- 
■arald, aU of this city, she was In 
ehargp of th^ publicity dep«rt.m^nt 

of Ih*" ' jver CKeneral H(«p!t«! 

fnr t-*(. .ears. StM WaS SOCUl 

of The MMMMflM 19 to 

the present. 
Km la annivad by har hnabaad. 

A remarkaMe United Mataa dla- 
eovary ia a hoi poUdi that aWiMa ki- 

tha ftat. 



hoM- I yellows rha 
IMoaaitTtly'Uiua any mora. 



LOAo IIP \mm 

ON mm ORDER 



you 



Chi'-^c"* \^hni'-«iiir i^ratan Beavfly 
lilt^ Hb«n Vt<-Ua>ia«d bf Wm% 



ORICAOO. Aprfl M fAP)^To ba 



m^a^OM 



t>itter pm to awaDow, but tha 
becomes even more potent If 
help load the trucks. 

Moat of the city's larger dealera 
' pre victims of the nrheme. It was 
r-nrned oa Friday night, as authori- 
ties atartad n aanfe Sag % fHf o( 
forgers. 

An unknown peraoo Midi the 
ardm iMl Saturday. 
Um tmcka antftd ao late, tha 
offarad Id pnymn aoold 
ba tafeaa to a bank until the 
.swindled out of from $100,000 to! following Monday They ve-e forn- Vill bg 
liMpOOO wcrtb Of eboloa ttquon la a|artaa. Tlia liquor rataiier had ooi:tcry. 



•n»e Tlcthna hn 
awlndleza load the 



fVMBAL TOBAT 



Thara perns d away ob boagff the 

8m Prof»'«iii»ii. \rr Hot, of Oaatot. 
China. 4Mie<i Rixiy eight years. Tl>« 
fmoral win taka pinea from Hay- 
ward's S.C. runar 
aftemooB at % tTtSotk, aad 

mm 




fllO'itrh «e may li-^e a MiKten 
machine, we still speak o( a 



" •ri) • .<lriif hi itn #te<t,,,n 

(»*iut» hla ballot*" U hie voto aa 
hla "banet." < 

:.a< hme. was done by meana 

^'f a printed form> U wa go back 
far enough, however, wa 
find a Utaral oaatli^ oi 
kK. whkda la a HtUa baH." 
It la 

b 

" "ef /WNI fttliv by 

meana of Ultia ' " 




12 



rUE nAir.Y COLONIST^ VICTORIA, B.C., SUNDAY. APRIL 29k.M<t'.^1*"H^y 



>.( V » 



Plays and Players 



fusical Extravaganza 
Current at Dominion^ 



|**Wood0r Bar," heralded &» Uu' , 
gTP;i»» ^l film combination ol BUr* 
gjid prctafle ever produced. Is now 
mX Ih" Doll 111 lion Theatre 

KrtV hYitliCLs plays the leiullim 
feminine role wllh Rl<ar(lo Cmt;-/ 
fMi DoVam Del Rio as an inter 
mUaoaBT'Umem Mace leaai Ai 
J»lMn MOCM ft gTMt triumph In 
^ramatte aeanM and woe*. Dick 
Howell returns to hli Mrly love d 
leading an orchestra. Hal LeRoy, 
Scnsalioiuil Iiri.a<i'Aiiv hixifer, Xtruts 
his sloTf for the cu-slomers. 

Ottjr BMm and Hufb HeitMrt 



COLUMBIA 



H.... ( DCI. In I .Ulies I Oiltt . . . 

Wlieii <i (jrnl Ain't in No 

■■rrjrt 

''JIMMY 
THE GENT" 

James Cagney 
Bette Oavia 

rum 

DESIGN 
roRllVINC 

FflESfllli MAHfiH 

UU COOPER 
MIRIUM HOPKIliS 
IjA'EKHOill&i 

I piiiitiii mun 



uKh Ruth Duiiiielly I.ovus" 
1 axeiidH. and Mtl U ( )i ..Ay m ki i p 
inti tiie laUKli,-. la.Nl luiuni 

As •'Wdiulerbar " this iiiiUjue iiiu 
.slial piuved an inlei n at lonal .sen 
sullon a few years back. It played 
fur months In Europe's capitals and 
^Mus finally taraugbt to tbls ooimtry 
a5 a stage vakkio Bar AI Jilaoa. It 

la MM iftil tiM MTMD IllOB »t- 

itimwSmtt the orldMrs eootlD- 
ental flmr. 



On Ihr Stace 

-M1.S.S i-ay Maker. 
On the hcrren 
CaplM — Edmund Low IM 

■ Lei s Kali 111 I,o\P." 
» (>lunibl» — Ue-Mnn fOT liv- 

kuis. 




der Mar " 
rU^bouM — My L.ip» Bctiay,' 



A Scene From 1 Like It That Way/' the Featiar* Scrm Mnefian 
rwing to the 



DANCER APPEARS 
ON EMPIRE SIAOE 



Fay Baker, A.<wi<it«4 by Bsei PMll, 
aires Exhit>ui<>n of Fan Dane* 
to (a-iiiitity Boases 



Beautiful W Baker. Intcmatlon- 
aUy-knovn fan daswar. Is now ap- 
pearing on the stage of th» Bmplre 
Theatre. Miss Baker Is late o( the 

ChlraRo World'.s Fair, having com- 
pleted a season there doing her 
graceful dance. 

Starting at the age of five years. 
Miss Baker has spent her entire life 
on the stage. Before doing the fan 
dance, Miss Baker toured vttib BJLO 
and Vaudeville. 

Bert Pearl, another wtfO-known 
entertainer, is also seen on the stage 

As the added feature, the manage- 
ineiit ha» .secured the great English 
comedy farce for the .screen entitled 
"Trouble " Sidney Howard Hrlll.sh 
comedian, U«een In the leading role. 



"Yes." said the young wife, proud- 
ly, "father always gives somethmg 
exiK-n.slvp when ifie makes pre.sents." 

' .'^o 1 discovered when he gave 

\..n away,'" 

band. 



COMING THURSDAY 

Levey's Orpheum 
Circuit Vaudeviile 

^ BIG TIME ACTS— 6 
With 

Added Screen Enfert.iiiimrnt 
POPIM AK l i'K I S 

EMPIRE 



VAUDEVILLE TO OPEN 
AT E MPIRE TH URSDAY 

Commencing, i.i ki Thur-sday at the 
Kmplre Theatre tliere will be a I u. st- 
rata vaudevllla show, the Ih -'i to be 
pnsantad In^tbc Levey's Orpheum 
VaudevUlt Olrealt. whloii wlU ba a 
regular feature hert from aow on 

The Initial show contains InUr- 
natlonally famous artists. In c h ld lng 
• Ciordon and May" In their clever 
le' ' CyclinK on Whe< l . '. Art Ward 
ViU appear for "The K..lli, Bergere," 
"The (irenadler s i ' l " Aristo- 
crats"; Lane and Harp., m lively 
dialogue, win also tr f-amred, to- 
gether with the Page Brothers and 
their class. In a breath-taking per- 
f orman ea- on tiia wtrai. 

JAMEIi CAliNEY IS 
STAR AI COLOMBIA 



CAPITOL OFFERS 
ROMANTIC FILM 



''Lei's Fall In I.«vt'" < Untaiiu Sev- 
eral ■rllliant s„nR Su: 
Fine Cast 



JsohkI'II""' -s two oUl .'.t 
on;ih' I"--, H.ii nul Ai 1 1 
K<if!:l'! A 1 Uer.s o 1 
W( aiJit ; . ' ".Miniue the 



,u..l Ted 
: . r 111 y 
MiHKher," 




SiMWing Monday, TMtday and Wtdnetday ^ 




iTA^sn/\L^z^NG 



They called her the King's 
fiverltc. And when he 
found out «bout it he was 

' " royal rage until — Su( 
jee for yocntif thit spright- 
ly, 9«Y, lilting romarKe of 

# who mtdt « tCfntf 



Spicy 
fiiy 




4 



HARVEY I 

MY LIPS 
BETRAY 

JOHN BOI FS 
£L BRtNDtL 

Maude FKijrne 

I r r n t 



"College Coaoh" 



DWKMWIU 

ANN DVORAK 



NT O'BRIEN 

LYLE TALBOT 



to 



SHRINE 



Tomorrow Night 

8 10 o'clock 



AM Ul t%» <;.in,hln« 



rb« a »s» km r 

NmI r«warfi ■ 



Private Lives 



nir«ct«a kv 



Seraen's Mated 

la 

Added 



Pteys 



Twenty-two takes. That many 
were necessary to record in cellu- 
loid a rapld>flre scene between 
Jimmy Cagney and Allen Jenklna la 
"Jimmy The Gent," the Warner 
Bros, picture now showing at the 
Columbia Theatre. 

The scene bristled with action. It 
also bristled with dialogue — short, 
sharp exrhanRes, run off at brealh- 
le.s.s six'cd by the two n< tor.s. It l.s a 
cinema truism that action always 
prevails over dialogue. 

Although in "Jimmy The Gent" 

inmy gets rou^ with Jenkins, they 
, e really pals and oo-coosplrators 
I the novel racket ot dlgglnc up 
, 1 mey helrs. 

(iary Cooper, who hM been fea- 
liired as a ruKCcdly adventurous he- 
man in previous .screen appearances, 
iinderKoe.s a marked metflmorpho- 
sLs for tu.s latest picture, "Design for 
Living," which is the added attrac- 
tion at the Columbia. 

PLAynousr. m ' 

AMllSlNaSIORy 

IJUan Harvey. I ^ll;h^ll ( ..metlienne, 
AoU WeU In "MLy Upe Bctraj" 
at laeai TlMalra 



"My I.ip.s Betray." Lilian Harvey'f 
latest Fox film relca.se opens at the 
Playhouse Theatre tomorrow. Ttic 
picture Is highly amusing, and Miss 
Harvey took full advantage of a 
grand opportunity to dispUy h«r 
versa tality. 

The story concerns Itself with a 
poor and demure beauty, who, by 
nii.stake. be( (Tine.s the favorite of the 
ItinK without hi.s knowiiiK about It, 
When the news reiuhes him, he de- 
culcs to Investigate. I'pon di.scover- 
ing the imposter, he lalls in love 
with her. 

Lilian Karvey gives a splendid 
pOTtrayal, and John Boles, who plays 
rppositc her, does equally wall. The 

remntnlng members of the east, In- 
clude FTi nrendeU irtBt Brvwao and 

Mnude El)urne. 

A.s the RcUled feature, the manaRe. 
mc nt h;i.s secured Pat O'Brien and 
Dick Powell in "Collega OOftCll,'* ft 
thrilling football story* 

hOKDOm (OP).— A brown paper 
parcel tied with string and contaln- 

intc .''24 farthinRs ($2.62). was pre- 
'iented bv nn elderlv woman in gra- 
titude for imprt)\rment of Vyialfht 
at the Royal £ye Hospital. 



Most Popular 
Girl on Island 

To Be Selected 

Vancouver Inland I'. pui n 'i i and 
Beaaty Contest to be hrUi here. 
Winner wUl be given trip t<. ii 'lu- 
wood. Other awards offered. 



"I ve Oot a Right to SIiik the Ulues ' 
and a dozen other popular .succes- 
ses, WTole the mu.slc for "I.,et'.s Fall 
in Love, " Columbia's musical ro- 
mance, showing tomorrow at the 
Capitol Theatre 

He.sixiiLsible lur the music In sev- 
eral editions of Earl Carroll's "Van- 
iticis. official creators of songs for 
Harlem's famous "Cotton Club.* for 
the ■ Silver Slipper." the "Ninc-Flf- 
teen Revue," Arlen and Koehler. 
after but four yean together, boast 
a long string of successes. 

Their miisto in "Lati fUl la Love " 
u suae ky Ann lothani. musical 
coaNOy HMr. Bm phtya tha laadbig 
feminine Tole in support of Sdmund 
I/)we Others in fhe ca.st are Mir- 
iam Jordon and Gregory Ratoff. 



What Today Means 



"T.\LillS'' 

If April 29 is your birthday, the 
best hours for you on this date are 
from 9:46 to 11:46 ajn., from 2:45 
to 4:46 pjn, and from 6:46 to 10:45 
pjn. The danger periods are from 
6:45 to 8:48 ajn.. from 12:45 to 1:45 
p.m.. and from 5:45 to 7:45 p.m. 

On this date you are very apt to 
meet, either socially or in bu.siness. 
an individual who is intellectually 
Just as mentally alert as yourself, 
but who.sc mind is int.cre.sted m 
things which do not appeal to your 
very practical cast of thought. Do 
not jump too haatlly to the oon- 
cludoB that, simply bacftusa they 
are a UtUa slow in graaptnc aome 
of the matters you see fit to dlaeuss, 
it Is beyond their comprehension. 
You may later on be surprised to ; 
discover how much of the mfonr.a- | 
lion you have given, ha.s been ab- ; 
sorbed. 

The woman born on April 29 will 
avoid a world of trouble, if she 
makes It a habit to deliberate care- 
fully before making any important 
move. Rushing headlong Into 
things should be refrained from, if 
you desire to be free from compli- 
cations. A huatMind will help pre- 
vent riiis'akrs by ha.sty Judffment. 
if nlfaus are freely dl''.<~i;-^M 'I with ! 
him. and his ad\ice i It 
is often advisable to .s< ek n man's ' 
opinion. 

The child bom on April 29. as It 
grows older, will display a partiality, 
generally, for mathematical or me- 
chanical proMems. This child will 
have a very practical mind, and be 
decidedly studious. It may prove 
advisable liot to allow it to become 
too absorbed In Its studies. Make 
11 realize a healthy ffody and brain 
require a certaui amount of diver- 
sion, .-\nd see that the child Rets it. 

The women born on April 29 
should not remain single. Com 
panlooship with a man Intellectu- 
ally her equal will brtng greater 
happiness than tha aupposed inde- 
pendence of a siagla life. Remem- 
ber love knows no age limitations, 
and comes Into one's life when least 
exp^fed 

The man bom on April 39, as a 



■ ' ' I 

rule, must have been bom vltb a 
mathematical brain. Many, pos- 
sessing remarkable invantlve aMllty 

combined with unusual engUieering 
.skill, will attain enviable recognl- 
tiiin If tmrn on this date, iK)t>.M'Si>- 
a imvst i)leii.slnR i>ers«)nalUy and 
a it;i!urnl Hl)iliiy u> iiiuke friends, 
be laiefnl tliHt .sUf< es.s doe.s not de- 
velop VDur CK'o ! > the point wliere 
i; iniKht prove a handicap to your 
a.!\ ancement. It will prove wise to 
accept appreciaUva ranuilu rtgard- 
inf yoar w«m «Mi taMBlnc bm4- 
csty. and do a«( afloir tta«n to 
cause an oalaiiamcnt of the cra- 
nium. 

People bom on April :'.'J .should 
avoid foi rni::.: i;a .! , < on^ aislons, 
and ilioukl cxeu:.se care in 

the selection o> |iaitn>:^. or asso- 
ciates In biLsInt- .s vf niuies. 

MUNOAV. AFBIL 30, 1934 
"TAUBUr* 

If April to Is your Urthday, the 

best hours for you on this date are 

from 8 to 10 am. from 12 noon to 
2 p m.. and from 4 to 6 p ni I he 
danger jxriods are from 6 to 8 a.m., 
from 7 to 9 pm . and from 11 p.m. 
to 1 a :!; 

You probably will meet a friend 
on this dato aUber socially or la 
a business way, who may expect 
an explanation for your falBng to 
do somsihlng that had been re- 
queated a abort time ago. Be very 
cautious about offering any excuse 
or possible Justification, unless sure 
that It Is absolut«j|r piMMiHa and 
can be verified. 

The woman Unn on April 30 Is 
extremely systemaii. hs a rule. In 
her habits. If bom on this diate, 
imtidlness in the home haa a vary 
irritating effect ut>on you. It may 
be advisable to r«aUia that aany 
people are not possessed with your 
sense of orderlmess, and it might 
prove wise to overlook their lack of 
it, providing you deatre i>e,ace in the 
hou.sehold. Indulge your fondness 
for enterUiinment. as the mental 
relaxaiion resultinR will prove bene- 
ficial In the .selection of friends, 
especially of the male variety, be 
discriminating. You cannot f^ord 
to be careless about your oompan- 
iona. 

The child bom on April 30 when 
it reaches its teens, will display a 
very restless nature. It is most es- 
sential during this pa.ssing phase, 
that It be encouraged to develop 
.some hobby, .so that it will have a 
definite interest on aIui:; 'u icn- 
centrate Its attention. Its home 
life should be made as agreeable 
as possible, and the child should be 
made to realize Hs playaiatas are 
always welcomed la the house. 

Women bom oo April 30 wiU de- 
rive a great deal of pleasure travel- 
ing. Being Inclined to have rest- 
les.s dispositions, a change of scene 
will make them appre<-iftte tlieir 
own home when they return to it. 
but It 1.^ advis'ihln tlirv take a va- 
cation Ju.^L e\ i ' 

The man born on April 30 has the 
spirit o^ the viking. He loves to 
ramble, especially if the places are 
away from the congested aaottons 
of civilisation. If ' you can spend 
your time traveling, whether on 
business or pleasure, tha greater 
your contentment. 

People born on April 30 are rather 
matter-of-fact when dealing with 
the stern realities of every day ex- 
i.^teiK-e, but display a d(>cldedly ro- 
mantic streak where aflalrs of the 
heart are involved. People bom on 
this date will find it advlaable In 
their home life to try mora readily 
to adjust themselves to the individ- 
ual characteristics of the other 
members of the household, ixutead 
of trying to laipose their own upon 



Many Victorians Will 
Patron ize Gra nd Opera 

(>ala .Muftirul Event Drawing Many 0|M'ra-l. overt 
to Yancouvcr TIuh eck to Hear (Ureal 
Cunipuhcf^'' >\orkB 



Jotuukoa tow Bahl he had 
flMradMd aaooea la the knmedlata 
vWatty at Chippewa Harbor, and 
that tka law living animals he had 



Many Victoria opera fan.s are 
KOUiK to Vuncuiuer this week to at- 
tend the Kaia week of opera being 
spon-sored there by the 9hI Okrlo 
Urand Opera Company. 

Tha vaakiB angageiasirt of the 
c om pa a y wlU open wMb tha lowsen- 
tomcrrow night of Verdi's 



the most spectacular of all 
opera.s, which had Us birth at C.iiio 
F.gypt. in 1871. It is a work tlial 
combines the dramatic force of a 
Wagner with the cieariu.vs and 
melodiousness of the Italuin school, 
and has served aa a model for many 
of the modem operatic oompoeers. 
i Tha oase will include Mmea. Roselle, 
j Avea and flchalker, and Mstsrs 
I Lindi. ntgOMg, Kravttti Owl and 
I curci. Carlo Mnal wSH eoaduct 

i the ballet. 

THE REMAINING DATW 
The rapartolre for the rwiwlntm 
days of the waek wiU bo aa toilows: 
Tuesday, Verdi's "BtfOtoMo^: Wed- 
nesday, Gounod's "Faust** fmati- 
nee» and Bizet's ' f'armen • u ve- 
nlng); Thursday, tin- oiieratic 
twins. "Cavallerla Ru- : a . i • and 
"Pagliacci", Kndas I . tu iigrln ■ 
(Wagner), an t :;,i: hi'.av I'uccinl's 
"Madame H iri jtiy iiuatinee) and 
V enii s II 1 1 ivatore" (evening). 
"Faust and Carmen" will be sung 
la Frendi; "Lohaagrta** la Ger- 
man, and tha ramatnteg six In 
Italian. 

"Rigoletto," "Verdi's opera, was 
first presented In Venice in March, 
1851. The libretto is taken from 
Victor Hugo's drama, "Le Rol 
G'amu.se, " which was played in the 
United States by Bdwla Booth as 
"the Fool's Rsveage." ForpoUUoal 
reaaena the atithorltlea forbade Its 
perfonnance, so in order .to obtain 
permission for the premiere the 
character of Francis I wax changed 
to the Duke of Mantua, Saint Val- 
uer to the Count of Monterone. and 
Triboulet to Klk'olelto. whose name 
was ^" ''11 tl'e opera Mmes. 
Mortn: iiIkit im-.t nnofiel, 

Valle, iUavitt. Cervi and Corel will 
be the prlneipals in the Ban Carlo 

production on Tuesdav 

FAUST AND < \I(MI S 
The Wednesday bill I u. offers 
both Faust and Carmen. Ihe for- 
mer was first produced In Paris in 
March. Ii8t. MBmb. OonmaUl and 
schalkar and Ummn. Rayaer. Ke- 
zakevidi aad Ximvm will be the 
principals. Tfie ballet win be an 
Important feature of the perform- 
ance, with Lydia Axlova as |)re- 
mlere danseuse and Luclen Prl- 
deaux as premier danseur. Carlo 
Peronl w i ict. 

Carmen, to be given In the eve- 
ning, will be sung by Dreda Aves, 
for five seasons with the Metropoli- 
tan Opera Company, and with her 
wlU be VirginU Pemberton as Mi- 
caela, Dlmitrl Onofrel af Joee. 
Mario Valle a.s Escamlllo aad Bar- 
old Kravltt as Zunlga. 

In the twin openus 'TavaUarla 
Rustlcana" arvl • PaRlincci ' will be 
good cast.' irnca Saroya, Ber- 

nice Schalkcr. Sydney Rayner 
(guest artist and leading tenor of 
the Parts Opera-Comlque). and 
Stefan Koaakevlch will sing in the 
former work, and in the latter will 
be Aroldo Llndl. Mario Valle and 
Stefan i: • • 

WAO.NLK Ol'fcK \ 

For the great Wagnt 

"Lohengrin." to be sung on f'nday 
night, the principals win be Anne 
Roselle, one of the best Bsaa of the 

opera stage; Dreda Aves, as Ortrud: 
Dimltrl Onofrel as l,ohenRrin, 
Stefan KoKakevlch and Harold 
Kravltt 

In the alwavs popular Puccini 
opera. "Madame Butterfly." Anne 
Roselle at the Saturday matinee 
will sing the title part, with he: 
being Schalker. Sydney Rayner as 
Pinkerton. Mario Valle aa the 
United BUtes Ooosul, aad Oervi 
and Curcl. 

Verdi's "TTovatore" win close the. 



week .s eiiKaKeinent. d.s bem^; one ol 
the iiKxst popuhii o! all oix .■ a . 
illanifi Saroya vMll fill the iiaii ol 
Ij<'onoia, lier Kr. aiesi mle. a,".. I oni' 
of the Rreatest 1 ,»-oiio! a.s ,,i the 
stage today Dreda A\e.s win be 
Azuoena; Aroldu Llodi, Maarico. 
and Moetyn Thomas. Kravltt, and 
CuMi will the other rol^.s 

The .San ( alio Coinpanv i.s iinv. 
beginnmR the nintli montli of a 
tour that opened last August. 



tlnn. 

Huhl M piled t>v serniiug flM 
eriuan n h.si of t \m : w <|uestlons tal 

ail efloi! !,. l,,,ri, ri, .., about the 

condiuon of tiie dead «J^tniil f. and 
asked Johnston to protect the car- 
eassee if poaslbte. so they might bo 
esamined by an expert as soon as 
pn a ii ble after navigation open.s. 

Jonaston so far has been dLsin- 
cllned to belles e >),, rnoof.e are 
dyhiR of dkseaM II. said, "I think 
It is H case of plain starvation as 
tl'.ere i.s no Winter feed for mooae 
whatever, unii s ii, . (ievelop lafs 
like n-oniitain KoaUs and necks like 

Ki^afTr I thmk another Winter 
like this win ace the flaWi of tht 
mooee." 




CULliLR 1 -SONoiiCO.M RACr 

D\} Ely Culhertson 
World's Champion Player and Greatest Card Analyst 



Every girl's dream Is a trip to 
Hollywood and a conducted tour of 
the great studloa Is beyond the wild- 
est hopea of tbe moot ardent motion 
picture fan. Strange as tt aeems, 
one girl from Vaacouver Islaad will 
make the round trip to the FUm 
City, aU expenses paid aa the win- 
ner of the Vancouver Island Foptt- 
larlty and Beauty Conteet. 

While the openlni: of the Popu- 
larity Contest is announced today, 
it Is not until .lulv '2. duritiR the 
Dominion Day celebrations, that the 
final results will be announced. 
FTllmlnat lon.s Iti Nnnaimo Duncan 

,UI(1 \ irloriR lit )il :( 111 .lulv 2, the 

results of the ballot count b<'ing 
forwarded to Victoria. Tlie final 
choice between the three remaining 
contestants wUl be made by com- 
petent Judges and the announce- 
ment will be made in this city dur- 
ing the aftomoon. For the first 
priae wlaaer, as already gtated. 
there awalto a round trip to Botty- 
wood. with a eoad u eta d tear of the 
motion Picture studloa. Seeond and 
third prises wlU take the form of 
handsome awMdi, lo he aaaoweed 
later. 

Following the reremony at which 
the final ludglnR will take place, 
'liere will be n 1 lo.iiioiii Inaugural 
fall held in the h(,noi of the girl 
ele. "i d as the mof.t iK>pnl«r on 
V.Hi,(juvpr Island. DtirlriR the i ^tu 
. liKn for votes In the 'ompe'i'i' n 
•:■:■•:-< 1 ;;i he a Contest, ^ - h 

I the public are ■> o 

' m; .1. Ur- total number of \i)te» 
■ irnr il ■ ll.r [vrvm w tio comes 

cloaast to the exact number wlU be 



A VrCW HONOB IIQUBMCB LBAD 

The play d the opening leader's 

partner to the first trick is often 

the key to the entire defence of 
' ! harul. as every bridge plajer 
The card he plays may 

a,. Continue the suit; I can rufl 
the third round," or. "Waif Shift 
to another suit and later we can 
capture the declarer's honor," or 
still, again the message auy be. 

'Play another round aad force de- 
clarer's ace before my stopper to 
the long suH in dtmuny is knocked 
out." 

If the message is to l)e the right 
one. however. It is often ne<evsary 
to know exactly what the oiH-nitiR 
leader i.s leading from -wliet her, 
for example, he Ls leading the king 
from aoe-klng or from king-queen 
If you have to guess, your mesaege 
Is oftea aa likely to be exactly 
wrong as eaactly right. 

What, for example, aaka Mr. Syd- 
ney Rusinow. who li the leader of 
a small group, the other members 
of which are Mr, Philip Abram- 
.sohn aiHl Mr Sam Rossant. do you 
do in the following situation? The 
contract is four spades and your 
partaer opm the ktag of taeartg, 

4 Q 7 s 

^863 
0 K Q J g 

* ><■ r. 7 

Opening 1 t4 A K g 



|u/ p'.? J 10 2 
r 0 A 10 7 

' ^ Ql«9f 4 

ShaU'yoa ylay the Tea er tha 
denee? There le m way oC ' 



thk: 



4 



A 10 t 914 

A 7 4 
9 

A J g 



in which r».ne the play o( the ten 
;s imperative. If you play the 
deuce your partner, fearing a bath 
coup, when declarer holds up the 
ace, will almost surely switch to 
a club; aad tbe difeailve thnlag 
will be 



A A J 10 9 6 6 

Q 9 4 

Nov.- the play of the deuce Is 
equally imperative. And yo\i don't 
c«re what new suit your partner 
elects to play next; eventually you 
win defeat the 4nntract. 

In both cases your problem 
would be completely solved If you 
knew whether your partner wer< 
leading from aoe-klng or from king 
queen. And Is there any way of 
knowing? Very stmplyl Let the 
normal leod of a king guarantee 
only the ace. All normal king- 
leads can now be easily read and 
easily played to. without guessing. 

The next logical step Is to lead 
the queen from king-queen; and as 
further ooroUarlea, we must lead 
the knave from queen-knave, the 
tm fyoas knave-tea. aad the alae 
from ten-nine. 

In other words, the lead of an 
honor shows the next blghSf hOBOr 
In the lea<ler s hand 

To old whLst players 'this will 
seem deep dved here.sv, even to the 
new rank' of • intrart players It 
Will seem at Uie first glance, if not 
tfOWarUlt sdqr, at leant unneres- 

iary. Tet H has more than the one 
•pparmt advantage ef eliminating 
Ihe MBblg algr^ I dag- laads. Aad 
up to thie wieniewt ao eertoua die- 
advantage has been bvmht to the 
writer s attention. 

TVESDATf 



BY STARVATION 

______ 

Hundreds of the tele Royale 
Herd Lost Lives Durino 
Winter 



sAt'iTSTv: MA^:i^ f)iit.Api.; 

28 If Wneless mes.sages from a 
lonely fisherman at Chippewu Har- 
bor have led authorities to bi-lieve 
the giant moose herd of Isle Royale, 
southeast of Fort Williams in Lake 
Svqperior. Is menaced with extinc- 
tion by disease or starvation. 

Sitting in his shack on the Ice- 
bound shores of the harbor, Holger 
Johnston, the fl.sherman. tapped out 
messages to H D Ruhl. chief of 
the game division f>f the MlrhlRan 
Conservation Department, which 
sold hundreds of moose had died. 
MAY BE DISEASED 

Ruhl, hearing reports that the! 
iiKKise were suITermg from a com- 
plaint re.sembllng Texas cattle fever, 
inclined to the theory disease and 
severe weather, rather than starva- 
tion, are depleting the ranks of the 
animals. Johnston, however, ma it 
tained ttie moose are dying of sta : 
vatlon, and that another Winter i 
such as that Just passing will ex- ' 
terminat.e them. 

A description of the ailment nt 
fectlng the animals .says thev be- 
come very tame and Icxse \veu lit 
I/HiK'e patches of hair (h p !) >iii 
their bodies, or are rubbed off a.s 
ther scratch themselves against 
trees la aa effort to rid themselves i 
of ticks. Finally they beeoaie par- 1 
alyzed and die. Ruhl thinks tlv 
description may Indicate Ttx:\ 
cattle fever has entered the herd, i 

Elaborating on his first rejKvrt 



Ala-ska is krettiiiR ready for the 
bik;i;e-i n' lA lu h tlils .SpilnR since 
Kloii(i\k( t;a\ Thore Ls K^neral 
1. ness In many of the 
<'oasi<<i ,uid ii.terlor towns of 

terrilor; u i esuH Of the UpWAld 

swing of mining. 



raaaa atoaa baxs ONtv 
OH ore RTAoe 




MISS FAY BAKER 

The Orlflnal I oi lt,>iii,r In rrrion 
ON Ol a S{.IU.t.S 

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COMEDY 



DOillNION 
NEWS 



DOMINION 



Let s Full in Love H Uh 

VANCOUVER ISLAND 
POPULARITY AND BEAUTY 

Nanaimo 
Duncan 
Victoria 



CONTEST 



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This band will be 



lio Is Vancouvei Island s Most 

Popular BeuuLy^ 

Winners nf Flimination ContMt to T^e judgod on 

Pominion Day 

r»sl fRMor FRCE TRIP TO 

HOLLYWOOD 

WtoMT of Ettfanstinf 
Coateat, Free Tdp to 

OHICAGOS 
WORLD FAIR 



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THK DATI.Y TOLONLST, VICTORIA", B.C , SUNnAY. APRIL 30. 10.^4 



13 




Social Activities and Notes of Personal Interest 




CG.I.T. Tea Victoria Girl Will Be Married Tomorrowi^^'^eAt Inn 



Will AȤi8t 

Girls'' Work 



A most eojoymbto Urn wm latid hy 
Um j.t^ jMUrdajr •ffearnotn, at 
the Y.WjO^.. whan pumti toM 

friPiid* of thf varloiw branchfs tiK)k 
till' opixirtunily of KtrenKthenliig 
ttu luiids far glii.s' wui it tluouKhoul 
thf pif)vlnr»- Tlir hx'al roiiiicU, 
whh h irpre%«*nts twenty-Mx churches 
hni-, Ls uiidt r tiif lUrecUon ot the 
(ilrl.s' Work Uuard uf tlM lUH^HM 

lirtiif ttnnal Council, 
"nie tM table attractively 

aii.iiiU'il v.ilh ii;ui-i.ssl and 

Ubui.iiini. I'lu- a! !aiii.',>'Mir;it., vM-tc 
In ih.iiKi' ct Mi.s.s I.llU.iu I'Hifltt 

•poiwor oi tlie local council, ajod 



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An •ttractlve proKramme ww ar- 

fiiiiKPd by Ml.sse^ Audrey Nixon and 
Doriilliv I'liirrI). In wluih \i> a! m'Ids 
wii- Kivfn I*. Ml^M'.N VVlnnllipil 
Applegatr, Haibai 1 Diinit'i.s Iti-tf 
Jones and Francfs Hixlt n ITie ar 
fmmiwnMa were Mlu PhyiUa du- 
north and MIm llaqntniia Daniels. 
PlanoTorte MlaeUoM mn gkfm tv 
MlM Delia nttOtm. 

GUEST SPEAKER 

At • O'clock iht flria held their 
RqnMr BMcCtnc, the 

It Rpeaker was Uim M. H. 

ickley. of the Y.W.C.A. For the 
past thiec nmntha the \ia\f 
been studying a pro([ranini<' of vrx a 
tlona open for Kxh "f toUv, and 
llllt tvenlng, Mi.s.s lilartclpy c(jm- 
pletad the aeries when the outlined 
tb* opportunltlea and poeslbllltles 
fflr tha oeUece (Iris and flrla spe- 
«|yiy trained. Some of tlM 0.OJ.T 
'TR^atlaed a number of thea 




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A resunif "f fhp : k i omplcted 
f..r rh.. p.i. ! ' A.' ii.i.mh.s was given 
by Nh.ss Hhum kj. Tlie meeting con- 
cluded v-'tis a worship period c<>ti 
ductad by Miss Urqubart. Miss 
Ittrgani namlac, tha proitdant, 
was In the chair dtirtng tha butlnaaa 
meeting. A rtng-aont waa oontfactad 
>y Mlaa FMffltt. 

Saviour's 
Church Scene 
Of Ceretnony 

Thr mnrriarf 



MISS Sheila McBtide— The marriage of Miaa Sheila Constance McBride, youngest daughter oi Lady 
McBride, of Victoria, and of tha lata Sir Mehard McBrida, former Premier of Britlah Colombia, to 
Mr. Oordaa Braco Forba% Meond son of Mr and Mrs. d T. Forbaa, ttrntot Avomm^ OA B^, will 

take pl.iir vfty quietly tomorrow. 



hat, and a carsage bouquet of white 
eamatlons, and Mrs. X. Stewart, the 
brldatreom'i mother. In a becoming 
black and white ensamble, with a 

similar conaga bouquet, as.slstcd the 
youn^ couple In receiving their 

friend.s. 

The reception rooma were prettily 
arranged with a profusion of flowars 

In a color scheme of mauve and yel- 
low, and a three-tier wedding cake 

held the place of h' nor on thf sup- 



Hospital, where he has baan a pa- 
tient for tha past tan ihyi. 

• • • 

iailad Laal Bvaitfng 

Mrs. Pater wTBaU, of Bowker 
AvMBua. sailed laat aroning aboard 
the 8s. Dorathy Alexander for 
Southern Oattfornia. where she will 

• • • 

From Vancouver 

Mrs. Edwin M Brown .St Ann 

Strrt i. h.'us a.s hor gue.st.s. hi r sutler. 



Native Son Is 
Art Director 

Of Big Film 



per table, whu h wa.s covered with a . Mrs. R, W. .Shailuck, of Winnipeg; 
beautiful Madeira cloth and centred Ml£s K. Cununuig and MQw BUean 



k [iliire la.st eve- 
I. a ■ S- .s Criiuic. V ; 

torja We«t. at <.> :(Kk K. . i. 

M. Willis officiating, v t ' n Ka t U^n 

of Mr and Mrs. Robert I><':othy Alexander for San Fran- 



wlth mauve and yellow tulips. 
Candles of the same shade in silver 
holders added to the attractive 
pearanoe of tha table. 

Mr and Mrs. Stewart left on the 



daughtT 
GHaat, «T Oarria Street, became the 
tfldo of Mr. Ian Stewart, son of 
nr. and Mrs. E. O. Stewart, of 754 

Kings Road 

For the ' a i n the church had 
baen beat.!:: . 'rated by friends 

of the bride in a I ' l- r scheme of 
mauve and yellow. i > iiai a; i 
iris being tisad ellecuvely wuh 
Blaring graanary* 

Hie bride, who was given in mar- 
riage by her father, wore a lovely 
PYench model fim k of orchid nli < ■ 
made with a draped bodu e, full lai. 
tern sleeve.'; and wliull)k)wn .skirt 
which wa.'' floor leh;;th 'Hip only 
trimming was a corsaKe lK)uquet of 

band-made taffeta flowers in pa»tel 
eolora. worn at the waistline. A 
model hat, a sheer n«neh braid in 

misty green, made with a high ban' 

deau and Krarrful brim .style. WaS 

flnt.shed with a sniall ornament of 
miniature fruu. and fU).'.<^rs. Her 

bourju'^t W W nt Opholtn r- "rvn pink 
Cn I : a ' i ,'j a 1 ,. . : . \ \ <• ^ w < < < ; i .is. 

The pretty bridesmaid. Miss Jean 
OtaM. w«n % deep yellow rilk thif • 
fon with aprloot-yallow aaita and 
accordion-pleated sleeves. Rto black 

hsJO hat was trimmed with yellow 
ribbons, and .she carried a lovely 
boufiel of ornnKP .•^napdraRons and 
yellow Iris. Mr Peter .Stewart was 
best man. and the u.'.hers were Mr. 
Christopher Stewart and Mr. Bd- 
ward Stewart. 

RECEPTION HELD 
A reception wa.s held lal/"r at the 
home of the bride's parenta. where 
Mrs. Olaas, waarlag a draas of Span* 
kfe tUo mom evape. huma pletura 



ci 10 to .spend their honeymoon. The 
bride traveled in a three-piece en- 
semble of grey wool with a Jaunty 
close-fitting hat to match and white 
accessories. The bride and groom 
will live in Victoria. 

Anionic the out-of-town guests 
'veiT Mr and Mr: <, i (iiii;..^ and 

laby daughter, of Winnipeg; Mr. C. 
Stewart of Bwttlr. «Bd Wm Bdlth 
Lewis, of BaatUa. 



Grlffln. (if \'ai 

Leaves for Montreal 

Mr. Charles Bass left yesterday for 
Vancouver, an route to Montreal. He 
win alao qwnd some time in Prince 
Edward Ukad bafora ratoAiag 
home. 

• • • 

FVom Edmonton 

Rev. O. O. and Mrs n,">:i 
Bdmontcn, atTlved m Victoria yes- 
terday and rcKi.'^^tered at the Strath- 
cona Hotel. They expect to visit 
here for a month. 

• • • 

I.eave for I'nirland 

Mr. and Mrs. A. Tyrrell, of Holly- 
wood Crescent, left the city yester 



The many friends here of Richard 
Day, aon of Mrs. Day. of Wl Bor- 

dett Avenue, and the late R R Day. 
win be lntere.ste<l to know that he 
lia.i been re.sponsible for the art di- 
rection of one of the most atnbuiouH 
films produced In Hollywood for 
many years, viz., "The House of 
RothachUd." The pletura stars 
Ooorga Arliaa, who i^aya a double 
role aa both father and .ton, and 
critics praeent at tiia praviaw at the 
Chinese Theatre. Hollywood, de- 
d.'t. of ( lared that In the former role he ha ; 
surpassed even his very fine iier- 
formance a.'. "DLsraell " 



h Scene of 

Jolly Dance 



The Baw i a t Inn, Bhawnlgan Lake, 
was tha aoeaa, on Mday night, of 
another deUgtatfUl daaee, siMmaored 
by the StaaiWl^igan Lake Kennel 
Club The ballroom was deeorated 
tor the tx-casion with Spring flow- 
ers OockI music was supplied by 
a [lopular Victoria orchestra. Miss 
Jean Fortune was the winner of the 
pediKreed wire-haired terrier, do- 
nated by the kennel club. RaXreah- 
merrte WOTS oemd te tiM 4Mlllilg- 
room. 

The ccanmlttaa in charga of this 
functioa ioelttdad Mr. H. A. Rhodes, 
Mr. o. W. Lenadala, Mr. W. T. Baf I 

rett and Captain D V Palin Prior! 
to the dance, several dinner i>arllea i 
were given | 

.^inong those present were Mr. > 
anil .Mrs P T Mil-s^rave Mr Hob ! 
IT'. Friend Mr Lowrle Warrener. | 
Ml , M OlUivray Brown, Mr T 1-1 
(iin n. Mr. nd Mrs. Jack Altkens. ' 
Ml .lean Wllkerson, Captain aiwl | 
Mrs. Jermalna. Captain D. V. Palin. 
Mr. O. AppMnr, ICIia MolUa Big 
wood. Mr. WlOam Appleby, Mr 
Fred*Kink)ch. Mlm Morrison. Miss 
J. Thompson, Mr. Sholto Fox. Mr. 
F. O. HamlltcMi, Miss P. Furlonge. 
Mi.ss I? Clarke, Ml.s.s Grace Long- 
bOiirnts Miss r; ,\ I/'nelj<i'in!'' Mr 
! K\ -I'll M: K M 1' ' . \!. 
< '! (m;, .M: ..nd .M i ■ .) W , ■ . > : . 
r, L.tiidfr ai.d .Mr.s W -if . 
Mr V. Wood. Miss B. Slater, Mr. E. 
M. Waldie. Mr. M. C. Ellis, Mlm H. 
Porter. Mr. A. Hood, Miss M. Sav- 
■fa. Miss W. Blla. Mr. M. Taylor. 
Miss D. Taylor, Mr. Henslowe, Mr 
Eric Leney. Miss V. Norle. Mr M 
Slate, Mi.ss B. Ff!\, M: T 
Mr. S. Taylor. Mr I Hrt..l\ Mus 
Zeta Allen. Mi.^s h ii ' , i., .Mr. T. 
V. 'r«ite. Mi,s.s I-li(v, i,, il ..:,ir. 

!>■ .111(1 M- I '.e .Ik- M -,(■ Mr 
and il A itiiDdes. Capialn and 

Mr' A \'. .'.suin, Mr. \v H..w- , 
den, Miss M. Robertson. Mr. J.\ 
Mudge. Miss D. Mure, Mr. and Mrs. I 
Eric Wood. Mr. C. W. Lonsdale, Dr 
and Mrs. O. Otmn, Mr. and Mrs. J i 
S. Renslowe, Mr. K. M\ire. Mi<s' 
Sherwood, Mr. Cecil Clarke, .Mi.ss j 
Wade. Mlsis Mutter. Mr II M itt(>r I 
Mr. D. Mutter, Mr. J (' .pcinan,! 
Miss Frances Madeley, Mi.s .Mai.^it 
Swan, Mls^ p nille.spp' Mis P-'K'k,'y , 

Stuart. M H Wat.>(-n \\: .\ Vml 

man, Mr. A. TisdaU. Mr. R. M. ' 
Shaw. Miss D. Shillito, Mr. N. Pick- 
ersgiU. Mr. K. W. May. Mr. David 
Hewlett. Mr. T. M«Bwan. Mr. R. 
Robertson, Miss Betty Phillips, Miss 
Dorothy Bossons, Miss J. Balss, Mr. 
J. Hewlett, Mr. Robert Comwell, 
Mr. A. L. Blois.som. Miss Doreen 
Day, Mi M N Taylor, Mi K 
Malifr-.<.r, Mis-, E. 8mallvi(>.K' .\!;s.s 
\ i A.-xi .Miss Helen ( ih.^'i'mI 
.Mr H.ibrit .Schwen;ers, Mr. P. 
RoIk : :.s<;)n. Mr E. MoadaUt 

Weston and many others. 



day to spend a holiday in England 
SuCUlLundFerSOnuL'I^^^ bo away for aevaral 



Went Up-Islaad 

The Misses Isabel and Nan MUlar 
have returned to their home in the 
city from Nanaimo. where they at- 
tended the I Inott-McArthur wed- 
ding, wlilch took place on Wed- 



Baihnsiiloti Dam e 
Greatly Enjoyed 

About three htmdred gtieats at- 

tehded the first anrtual Badminton 
Club dance, held at the Badminton 
Hall. Brentwood Bay, on FYidav 
1 vening, which w^as a great success. 
Kach prrscn. on enteriiiR the hall. 
PhT^ilx Place, left last night on \^is pre.smted with flowers the 
liw* Ss. IVirothy AlexandOT fOg oi with a cor.sagc .spray and the 



• • • 
BOUdaylBg b Soirth 

Miss Ethel BwarLSon. 
Road, and Mls.s Helen 



Fairfield 
L o K g I n. 



Leave for Quebec 

Mr. and Mr.s. w 
their dauKhter, Mrs A Helhering 
ton. who have been at the Heach 
Hotel for .several month.s. have left 
for their home in North Hatley. 
Quebec 

• • • 

Entertains at Tea 



holiday In CalifomlA. 



L««ve for Califomla 
Tf cinur ».iH \ Bmaat MacXntyre, 

? ^^}:L^1^ M Nanaimo. warn pasaengera on the 
8a. Dorothy Alexander, last nli^t, 
en route to California, wtaaio Vb$f 
will spend a vacation. 

• • • 

Here From Singapore 

Mr and Mrs. Oeorge W Pirrcy. of' 



gentlemen with a butlonholr 

The hall na.s decorated f»r the 
occasion with Spring flowers and 
greenery, and two hundred balloons 
strung across the hall were let loose 
during tha dandng. TIm ceiling 



Miss M. A. Oregorv- Allen. Deep Singapore, and Infant son .irrivedonl 
Cove, entertained a few frlend.s at the S.s. Err^prcv of ,Jap;:n .md are 
tea during the week In honor of her I staying at the Oak llay Apartments 



"Private Lives" WiU 
Help Camp Fnnd 



aunt. Mrs. J. Quayle. who will sail 
for Bngiand ahorUy, via Um Panama 
Canal. 

* • • 

Returns From Hospital 

Friends of Mr. a. W. Brown. 1157 
PaoibNka Btraat, will be pleased to 
ham of hla raeovary and that he 

l e luii ied home from the Jubilee 



FIRTH BROTHgRt' SYSTEM OF 

HEATERLESS 
PERMANENTS ^ 



When Produced in 
Conmnctlon With >^ 
the Pamottg 




Oil of 

TvlipWoMi^ 

The direct opposite to dryness and 
frigxineia is the retult. The soft, larf^e 

\\n\rs and luslroiw (urls rcf.-iin tlieir 
»elf-scuing effect, the ionic effect is so 
thoroiiph tnit the new prowth is abnn- 
il.int .Ttul el;istic, m;ikii,.j sul'SC'inriil 
ptrmaiicals a pleasure to have. Time 
has proven the clkjmg of this safe, 
" tnfortgbk wgy of hsviaK a perma- 
ii< lit, 



FIjRTH. BROTHERS 

"ABOVK THK AVBKAW mAUTY tSRVICI 

635 Fort Street 



llsK 



• Bl*ck 



for tha Bammer 

• • • 

Ea BastaBtoma 

Mrs. W. R. WataoB. of Stewart, 
B.C., after apandtng tha Uat sU 
months in the city, has left for Van- 
couver to visit, before leaving for 
her hoaM in the North. 

* • • 

Rftiirn from VaBooaver 

.Mr and Mr' F .T M' T iin. 
\vhr> have be**!: s ' ■ davs 

in Vancouver, returned hoine >es- 



• • • 

At Ceartenay 

Mr. and Mrs. O. 3. Moore, 611 Su- 
perior Street, reoantly left fori 
Courtenay, where thay wiU apand a 

few months. 

• (» • • 

I ( .1 II tin for rallfomla 

I iiptHiii and Mr.'i W. C Merstdii 
. ' neach Hotel, will leave today; 

notor trip la Boatimu Oall- 



Hfir I toir rortUiifi I who • II 

\\- »i;d.M:s Hnrry Thompson, of | JI.'i * i „,r«i'» 




Briflur (Jub 

< 

Holds Dance 



Check These Values 
At Sale Prices . . . 



COATS 

Here are smart stylet in a wide 

choice of fur-trimmed and tai 
fored costs, all silk lined and in 
[iDpnlar id. 'is I'ra'tic teduc- 
iiuns 111 niudels that iormeriy 
soM np to $J5.00l 

SWAGGER SUITS 

19,M versions of popular styles 
in I nrst imported fabrics and 
i .uglish tweeds. Two and thgec- 
piece easemblos, sailing regu- 
larly op to 137.50, ROW 



$ 



$0095 



DRESSES • 

^ (HI uil! Ii.irilly believe >oiir 
(Idll.irs i('iild <li> .so imith . . . 
Here arc new prints in the 
season's latest shades . . . 
smart silk crepes, in stales for 
every occasion, featurinjt the 
new neckllincs and trimmiags 
Reinrftr vslues to 

. „ 110.95. 

A. 



ii HATS 

r,o hifjr for hats this season 
. . . this year you can have 
vtiur choice in the new wide 
brims in straws and fabric.H. 
Of course, there arc the 
modih^d brims for those who 
prefer them. 



K. LOVE 



LIMITKD 

708 VIEW STREET 



Portland, are 
tBa ^ 



nding a week at 



• • • 
Leave far Baglaod 

Mr. and Mrs. A. Tyrrell. Sr. lalt 
yesterday afternoon on a visit of 



• • • 
Oeae to Vaaeoovcr 

Mrr I, B Kent, of the WMbolme 
u t/ ir" , Friday night for 
V Ri^c(ju\er for a lioliday. 



Anglican Young People 



whick wUI b« sri 
at th« Shrti 

•f ta* 



— Phels %r 
wns Koaa oaacnN 

• kr tht 9»rt at Sykll CliBM In 




■n4*r 
kl SM •! 



Tllr 1 ' 

A Y !• A 
Thurydav 
plare of 



tlnK of ,si 

,,1 : con p*^ .'I*'"' 
f ill Tur- (U , • . 



lights were drrorntrd tO represent 
the badminton FhiittleroclCS, 

PupUs of (he Ru-sslsn Ballet 
School put on e\erfll numbers dur- 
InR tiie evening wh'.rh were all 
encored. Ml^j^ IVireen Wilson sang 
"Carloca." Miss Wynne .Shaw gave 
a Mexican hat dance, and both sp- 
P"ired in a tap dance. Mr. Leonard 
wagstaf f and Miss Zoa Ifllstead did 
t he carloea danea, and Mlas C. Pat 
remoa gave a Dutch dance. The 
guests aat down at supper tables 
beautifully decorated with bowM of 
tulips and narcissi, each receiving 
Luke's I a ha*., the ladici' haLs representing 
llllt!; a h»iflmlnton racquet Supper was 
k . M>;\i'(1 bv the ladle<; of the rliib 



be 

an old-ti'iw ■< «■ ■ ■vrry- 
one \n welcome ( >n l.ie.sdaj. May 
8. there will be an old-time dance 

at 



Uijge^^ariah haU. 



The romnutrec in charge were 
Mr. .» E Kladen Mi and Mrs C 
Douglas. Mr and Mrs W. Watt. 
Mr. and Mr» A Fran( i*. and a 
number of the club members u- 
sisted in daaoratlng and making tba 
affair a saoBsm. During 



the "Buck Brush Rangara,^ eensdst- 
lag of a group of loeal Ixiys. enter- 
tained with numbers. A hearty vote 
nf 't anks was passed to all those 

»al( Ti(f part tn the nroerumme 




Members of 8t. Mary's 

A Y.P A . MetchOBln. held a suecesa 

fii! danrr and i»orlal recently for 

th^tr ni»nv frlfnd* of Ihf dl»t'lrt 

VhirinR fiu" r'-nins t!','---e -if f tr-'.-ne^ 
uii! riar.ru.. .Mr Harold Circv !« ;np 

< mo^i rfiiriri:! master of 

monien ;ief; rshments were conveneo ajways see a pretty girL 
by Mlm Mary Gray, asslstsd hy va- aaaaf* 

. i La^ mm. 



A most enjoyable dance was held 
raoently by the members of the 
"Bonno Chanoa" Bridge Chib. at the 
K. of C. Ban. Tbm elub colors, red 
and white, were uaad effectively In 
the decoration of the hall. A buffet 
supper was served at mUimght The 
hostesses were MLw.s Hemlce Ed- 
wardson, Je.s.sio C'.rant. Elizabeth 
Turner. Minnie Coriuv Muriel Hem- 
eon. Myrtle .Sleen.soii Myrtle Snider, 
Ethel .Swan.<:on, Irene Uantly. Lu- 
cille KlsshiKer. Charlotte Richard- 
son and ailberta McLaughlin. 

The invited guests were Mr. and 
Mrs. ChrUUan. Mr. and Mrs. B. 
Ramsay. Mr. and Mrs. Kramer. Ur. 
and Mrs, FTad Hardlsty, Mr. and 
Mrs. J. Oarf, Mr. and Mrs. Sablston. 
Mr. and Mrs. R. Fromson, Mr and 
Mm K. Conroy. Mr and Mrs R 
Swan.' on, Mr and Mr>; F R Wool- 
•;ev Mild MLs-se.-; Donrlla Willing, H 
K" Muriel Butcher, Angela 

Ml Aril, Mary Thompson, V. WU- 
^ i 1). ChennelL"!, H l^oggln. Enid 
Mcilor. N Chaniberlm. A. Anderson, 
K Wilson, M Dove, M Ncllgsn. B 
and (} Campbell. P. Davis, 0. Rob- 
erts, Nora O'Connall, IVances Mona- 
han. K. Merry, B. OXkmnaU, F. 
Davis, A. NeSMtt. C. OasUie, Mary 
Webb. L. Wobb. P. Rlppingale, M. 
Baker, J. Bmlth. F. Maven. D 
O'NeUl. Laura Dun.smulr. Eva Cull- 
Ingford, Madeline Hom.sev Klleen 
nept": Florenre Murkitr I ..-ivn 
FliiM liCC I ' I ;r R/<iinle. Hf'lrr. it,, It 
Lilian P.i , i filady* Durrru:" 
E\rl\ii .1 .],, }.Ar Ood(^lard. K. Bar- 
low. M. HanM>ii 

' t' IV I .Jone.s. R Phillips. P. 

^ ' : ( i! Chatfield, L. Btofer, 
>L Harris, B. Monk, B. Braas. H. 
st^enson. P. Miller. Allan MJcer. C. 
Ackerman, W. Holman. Samuel 
Smith. H. Oockln. W. Bray, M. 
Portar. T. Laurlson. Ralph Masters. 
J. Moir, B. SUbum. C Harris. C 
Cotsford. H Dixon. J Newhli^frlng 
B. Sarslat, F Riiniball. J. Temple. 
8. Feldon. M Hrmmn I, Rasanta. 
Har\ey Mrdpo c .Swaiiel! G Oil- 
son. Orval Ruston. H Butr-s H 
Roberts, Wllli,im Fllioii a Reside. 
W Turner. C Belrhrr William 
Pearson. D Benwell, Evan Edwarda. 
T Kerswell Gordon Mclntoah. Wil- 
liam Chlsholm, B. Brown. D. 
Kissinger. L. Croaalay. J. Grant. Art 
McQibbon. B. Champion, T. O'Con- 
aell. Laonatd KIsstaigrr. J. wiisen, 
Prank Coostahla. P. MacDonald, O 
Murtagh. Harold Baker. C Webb 
Harold Bradshaw. Bert Marr-hanf 
Norman Parsell. John Oranf. and 



Island Social Notes 



Uduelet, Long Beach 

Mr. William FIshley. of PoweU 

River, haa been ependlng the past 

week to Udualat and district. 
• • * 

Mrs W L. Thompeon. wlvo has 
been vLMting In Victoria lor some 
ume. has retanMd ta Bar hoom Bi 

Ucluelet. 

« • • 

Mr. H. Wingen waa a recant vial- 
tor in Ucluelet. en route from Vic- 
toria to home In Tofino. 



ivferanooar 

Mr. A.: na; 
mmplaa. 



git liv ta sabm 



for 

It 



Mr. J. McDonald has left for 
Nanalmo. but will return to Long 

Beach «^hnrtly. 

Mr. J. Woods. * of * Port Albcml. 
waa a taooBt visitor In Uclualat and 
other polata on Barclay Sound tn 
the interaata of tha DomlnloB Ftah- 

erlea. 

Mias Minnie Edwarda haa ra- 

turned after epenlng several months 
Victoria. 



R. Lang assisted at the piano, 
while the harmonica selections 
given by Mrs. Neala WOB aooald- 

erable applause. 

' « • • 

Mrs. P. Cook, of Vancouver, who 
has been the guest of her sister, 
Mrs. N. Lang, for the past two 
has returned home. 



I.O.D.E. Activities 



R. B. M<Miel(lnR Chapter 
The regular meetuig of the Rob- 
ert Bums MrMirkkig Ohaptar, 
I.OJDX.. will be held on Tuesday 
evening, at g o'ckKk, in the Muni- 
cipal rooms. Union Building All 
members are urgently requested to 
nltend. Impogtattt 
be discussed 



OoMfalr* ( hapler 

Gonzales c haptcr will meet on 
Tuesday, at M;M aja^ at bead, 
quarters. 



Miaa Bileen Thompaon. of Vic- 
toria, is vlslthig In Ucluelet for a 
few weeks. 

Mr. R. Duncan, of Ahbusat. has left iMuilriiiul ( I 
for Port Albeml and Vancouver, but ^ 
will return to tha Wast Ooaat shortly 
• • • 

Mr. L. Parkhurst. of Toflno, was 
a recant viaitor at Long Beach and 
Wreck 




Ij*d> ■ C^an Mr. Snulh see me? " 
fheeky Youth: "You bet! Bell 

What 



Chemainus 

Mr. and Mrs. H. Slmmotui have 
returned from Vanoouvor. where 
they were tha guaata of Mr. and 

Mrs. Galloway for a few days. 

Mr. and Mra. A. Work and family 
are spnding a few days at thebr 
Suauaar home at Qualicum. 

• • • 

Rev. E. Robatham and family are 
week-ending at Kapcr Island as 
the gnssU of Major and Mrs. 

Booth. 

Mrs. H. Kaimi*aDd Mular Blan- 
ley KnlgM wan raeast fBHors to 

victerta. 

Mr. 1lobert*Kitfgbt la vlalting in 
Vancouver aa tha goiat of his aunt, 

Mrs. P. Cook. 

• • • 

Mrs. Winiam Rice has returned 

from Vancouver, where tb» haa 
been visiting for some time. 

• • • 

Mr and Mrs. C. Dawley, of Clayo- 

qiiot Wp5: ( oast, are taidng up 
residence in town, havlx^ purchased 

the property owaad by Mra. MMBmv 

Howe, 

.Mr H«>m . I Itas 1«ft on the 

Ks ./iliand toi l.diulcn l,;«vtXlg 

signed c«i as ship s rarpmt* , 

• • . 

An impromptu and enjoyable 
'■rK.A I t.fld on Prirtay evening. 
In the paiuh h«n of Bt Michael 
and All AiiReLs ( hurch. the hoat 
for the evening being the church 
eommlttee Refreshments were In 
thr capable hands of Mrs. Street 
• t d Mrs. Knight, kfir. Blea and 
Rrv. B. Wahalhaai had tfrnrfs or 
the entartalBaMat. which conelatMi 
of music, games and amustntr ^nn 
•vening. Mra* 



BABY'S OWN 
SOAP 



haflaatiUou wB^WW ^-»^ ^ ml w T If I i 



II h 

Name$ Officers 



other choirs. In the produettoil ^df 
"The Messiah. * which wlU be pia^ 
sented on Deoember 19. under tha 
dlreotkm of Ur, Btaalsy Bia By. . 

Carnival Frolic 

Will Irrn 

Lnirt t (unmentB, 

I 

The Ladles' Auxiliary to City: 
Templa will hM ita carnival frolic 
tomorrow avanUig, in the social hail, 
of the temple, this being tho: 
temUnation of its calendar enter- 
tainments. 

The carnival prograimnc. under 
tho (onvenenshlp of Mrs A. Dash, 
assisted by Mrs. O Holt, will bo 
Interesting and novel. There will 
also be a full musical programme.? 
fancy dancing, housie-housle, hoop- 
la, and many other swprises; also 
games of aU kinds far all agas. Ra** 
ftashmants wUl ba asrvad If Bm 

r 

Ottmra ISotPS i 



OTTAWA. April 38 iCP).— ThU:. 
has baan a busy week for Ottawa's 
social aat ttnce Its openli« laat 
Monday, attention haa beiAt f ocuased 
on the drama festival, and night 
Mfter night the Uttle Theatre has ^ 
been crowded right up to the high ^ 
window-ledges on the back wall. - 
whirh were ihKhtly de<oralcd with t 
The annual moating Of the Madrl- ' evening gowns of wme of 
Kal Club was held recently, when '^i** younger set. { 
the offloen for the yaar were ap-I t^i'-'lv t*** parties at Government", 
pointed. Mr. Stanley Bulley, the Hou.se have b^'en a prominent fea-! 
director, was agala »« w»Tl td piaai- ^"'^ week s activities. Vlslt-;_ 

dent; Mha It. stttoMa waa cmiaiiii ^ ^'^'^ capital were entertained ~ 

by their Bwalleneles, and tonlgbl 
a danoa, given by the faaHval aeai- 
mittaa. wiU oempleta thai 
of a vary fuU wariL 

Hon. T. D. PaituUo, Premier of I 
British Colimibta. and members of* 
hi'. Cahtnet who nre m the caplUl. 
arrr the guests of honor at a dinner 
on Wednesday, given by a number of j 



itoMa waa chosen 
aecrstaty, and Mr. Davlas. treasurer. 
Tha ooannlttaa appointed inchided 
Mr. White and Mrs. Plrv. 

This club, which was organised 
thr'-r- years ogo. has Just completed 
a nif.-'^t IntenesUng year Starting 
with s ir/^nilnT'hit) f'f ( idy twenty. 
It IV t In an enrollment of fr"- 
fi'' ^ne wishing to J' ' 



club I'tr liie new 
get in touch aith 
During the ^ear. the muric studied 
included woilts by Bdai Vaagha 
WUliaaw and sixteonth and aavaa- 
taenth acstnry madrlgala. 

The ehtb lalanda to unite with 
the Catbednl Ohelr. together with 



Hon 



ia asked to parliamentary friends, 

the secrvtary. Markmzle presided 
were laid for twenty. 



'XeglUmata proOto bata always 
been regarded as tha proper reward ! 

for individual inltiatl.f. Industry j 
and theft." a contemporary. 



WHEN YOUR HEALTH iS GONE 

yi-llfv ro.i ft- ^,m. •.,,,4 ^ 4l«,ir1t»^ 

• - aito.iion sra««allr ttui. t 
««m. p«in« in liacli. »it , ,o»r trittm ts la • r»a- 
4m (ooditioa. •bich MMM UMt bm vMsl sIsaHMs 
rvosifMl bir th* Maas •„ iMkioc. mM airtMi flM 
*""■" •'T-'l- Ii tapUtrt. tb* ln«ri(«b|» TMah U nin«M 

r'. M M« rich red bIoo4, iup»1im frrth bTjiWlftt 
•^t.ti M tas I sm— S MOa. fllamtatft potion. impretM 
■n» ivyMtt* ■nd tt<ii SHtattaB, pradocini Hrtilia anS 

" ' ' 'naat Mn StwrlS* «rhU tilt* 
tmu.n* (,n,<lj.-i ' n. m«Mt M OlMf WlM avflbr 

iraoi fUiii-Do«i. r or .r r..i' ;on. 

atffnA'/i Omipla r.l. l-irvr. Ki4 
T'Trrrm Vu-tCOM V»ln», 

e.-.i. » immu «*!- rMMMM. SloaS ^r w i a Bar- 

>, I' Ar1«rl«t F'- »> . n .' - ■ r- •..* ff 

-, ■ rnonlh • ir»«T-i»r • ii '• r,,.!,, 

• I ta. OT Ma »aB U>. M .aa. L.4>t>c • M.i>*t*. i-.u tMtm <m 

•as aMiosi esse aMr seesa VfeSM to aeaass aai a 

•StainaM* sw i aa w. aa fcias n m 





VR.^ V ( SC IIMIDT 



Utaei i atraai, v»i>c««rt 



THE DAILY CUUJNl^i^, viCmKlA, B.C., SUNDAY, APRIL 29. 1934 




Hewt: f AJf. f • P.ll.| WsdiiMdajr. 1 Pjft. 



4141 



SmartBlouses 

Plaid Organdie 



le very latest for wear with whit< 

! I I ! 1 il suits bright plai'l 
Suiiiiner popularit_>. 



iir [1,1 

lilouscb kail 111 ^ 

Made with puff sleevci and ruffled col 
lara. Sizes 16 to 20 



Also Pfilka Dot ant] I'lotal 

Organdie blouses. Special. 



94 7h 



1 



Fine Wool 
Pullovers 

For Sumnwr, f 4 86 

at „ I 

women's Pullovrrs, in l)Itie, yellow, 
^rcrii. red, hrown and wine. Made 
with short puff sleeves and deep waist- 
band. Very smart with 

Novelty Organdie Trimming! 
Sizes 14 to 20. Don't miss this value ! 



/ 



/ / 



KA\'SER 
GLOVES 

For Style and Quality! 

Sansheen Silk Slip i with organdie 
cuffs. In white or < iieH. Priced at, 
a pair f 1.00 

Crepe Mesh Slip-Ons with allovcr lace 
cuffs. In white or egi,'shell. Priced at, 
a pair fl.OO 

Plain Crep« Mesh Slip-Om— an idea! 
Summer glove. Cool and attract iv ' \ 
I'^ir ^1.00 

Pi<^ue Shp-Ons with frilly cuff. In 
white or eggshell. A pair. f 1.00 

Five-Button ChamoiMtta Slip-Ont in 

the i^opular Spring and Summer 
sliadf s. A pair ^. 50^ 

Novelty Chamoisette Slip-Ons with 
smart flared cuffs. Summer shades. A 

T'Tir 69^ 

Leatherette Gloves in plain tailored 
effects, or a choice of conservative 
cuff designs. A pair „ 86^ 



iViU 1 HhR S 

DAY 

Is Sunday. May 13 

Our .stock of new Mother's IXtv 
Cards is now complete. Thev 
range in price from . 5f to 50^ 

■ ai>MtB M y. Lower Main floor 




« « 



The Cool Blaze ol White" 

Reflected in 

IVIaJ — , 1^ SjL^Iv i. 



The chio of White Hals, when li^^lit and supple! Cart 
wheels, <.r slij^hlly (hoopin- hiiiii, with dose I' ' ' wd 
backs, btitched silk and (t*^ iCl*") i \ r" 

crepes. Each »pZ.V) and Jj) J> . ^ ) 

Toyos and various otlicr weaves, in individual (I* 1 M 
styles. Kxclusive at tf) 1 U 

' — MlUliMry. lit Floor 



A New Shipment 
Enables Us to Fill 
the Demand for 

1 hrce- 

Piccc 
KjiilLcJ 
Suits ■ 

The very smartest of 
their kind. Knit to fit 
from wool and silk 
and wool. The coats 
are fishtail or Cardi- 
gan stylV, some have 
long collars. The 
skirts ribbed or plain. 
Included in the en- 
semble is a light pull- 
over, the whole mak- 
ing a very attractive 
costume. Shades 
shown are Manchu 
red. ship blue, man- 
darin, black and w hite. 
Sizes 36 to 42. Each 

$22.50 



— lUaUt Dapt.. !•( Moor 



mu mm\. 

"Lucky" Scott. Twice a Mil- 
' lionairp. to Fvpiore in 
Beai Lake hieid 



lOliOMTON. April 28 -CP> 
A. W. "Lucky" Scott 1« on the trail 
of Lady Luck ajfaln and mpR.s an- 
other fortune, rhu tlmp i^r will 
explore the (ir^nt Bear Lalcp dl.s- 
trlrt. whfTe raclliim and other pr«- 
clotj<i minoral nnd* havr bo<«n made. 

An advfntiirn , "Lucky" nuUtes hlS 
homr In Toronto Tlie tall, aUm, 
RTPv-tvalrM veteran of many a (old 
riuh In out-of-the-way plaeas of the 
world has beta a mUllonalN twice, 
but. adaalttadly. tmrly •Mtt" in 
betwMn ttnes. 

lis is rtpreMntlnff an eastern 
Bilnlnf syndicate In the Orrat. Bear 
Irnkt area and after a rest at To- 
ronto will return to the field to 
carry on rxtensivr exploration work 
dtirlnc I M- ; jinmrr 

n 11 n Owen Sound. Ontario, 
'the trail forty years 
ak;ii aijil ;t hunted the golden 
metal Ui t r United SUtes, the 
Arctic sod lar-away Siberia. He 
•Ise has bsadsd fold-htiiiUnt ex- 
ytdtttOM to OHMnl and Southern 
Africa and Ml CUntrai Am<<rica. 
Itulns ef an anrii ^ ^ uizAiinn 

Ouatemala over Colonel 
rh«rle.«; Lindbergh rtew In hla 1933 

!,,i,r f\rf knovin O'- In- 
ir Ye.i , . hf 
<»'i'i»* 'I, ill*- hl.vdirir apot While 

i'-<<<!:i>i; .1 pflLr!v ''xpiann m ai 



nay ihiivud 

Gets Silver Tea 
Set at Vancouver 



VANCOUVBl. April 3«. - Em- 
ployees of the Canadian National 
Railwny.s bads farvwtll today to 
W. L. Tennant. dining and ,<,lrrpini?- 
car afjent, who \h being Lraiwferred 
to Winnlpcf. on May 1. 

On behalf of officers and em- 
ployees, D. T. Chappell, general 
.<<uperlnt«nd«Bt, prsasBlsit Mr. and 
i Mrs. Tennant with a .'tllver tea 
I service, during an Inlonnal gather- 
ing In his oOes, at Been. Velctnt 

the wish for every .^tirce.-i.^ in Mr 
Tennant s new sphere, Mr c:h.ip- 
pell aUo welcomed Magnus Fle'.t, 
who succeeds Mr. Tennant. to the 
railway ranks in Vancoum. 

In hla remarks of thanks, Mr 
Tennant pointed eat the '^■"f^t ian 
NaUonal Railways RaersatlM Asso- 
ciation would welcome the coming 
of Mr. Flett. one of Winnipeg^ old-' 
time great athlete.* He exprf'.'sjied 
his own appreciation of the co- 
operaUon he ha<i received from the 
pmployeea during hL^ work here ' 

Mr. Tennant ix the Immediate 
past-preAJdcnt of the Canadian Na- 
tional Railways RMreatlon Amo- 
cUUon and Is noted for his oast 
>;UoclatioQ wlUi the famow lynr- 
time Uiaatilsal tme, the Eun 
belli. HswaBa -^^ - 
In thedtar. 



er 



■ Whafs the mattert mt" 
"bS '*J*°t£f2?***^ In love-; 
Sylvia." ^'^■■•^ ■•m<»'i 



MUMliA Y VALUES — CASli AND CARRY 

Butter -Butler -Butter 

8pMc«r*t Deptndabto Btdk 

Fresh Creamery Butter, lb.. 27^ ; 8 lbs 79< 

Pride Brand flutter, lb., 28^; 3 lbs . SS^ 

Crescent, Bakeasy. Pnrc I.anl, If) lo^ 

Swift's rremiuni H.-iins, wholr r.r .<;Iiank half, lb..... 27<^ 

Sliced Corned Brrf. llain P.ol. i-^m.i, l„t^ 

Mild Cheese, lb., 18^; Matured Cheese, lb. „ 25f 



MFATS — AS CUT I> < AM 

Shoulder I Soup Bonea JP I Boiling 
StMk, lb...> OW leach iBeef. \h. . 

Oxford Sattsage, Minced Steak, Stew Beef, 2 lbs 16f 

Pork Steaks, lb., 15#: Cooked Tripe, lb ia< 

Pork T.iver. lb.. 10<*: Kidnry Sitrf. lb. 

Steaks: Round, lb., 15#; T-Bone and Sirloin, lb7....18^ 



SLKVICL MLAlb— i>liUV£il£D 

(Vntrr Shankv 1' (Vntrc Plate Beef, Ihw 8# 

I'.rraMs I.atnl.. II., . Flank Steaka, IK. 

Boneless Brisket Corned Beef, lb. 15^ bf 

DAVID SPENCER 




GROCETERIA - CASH 

Special May Values in Pure Foods 
And Groceries - Starting Monday 



PUUILJIIEUPUT 

:'|>cn( ( i ni.iriiniid "S" Htc.i.l 

l lour. 4'>lb. back 

Spencer's Diamond "S" Bread 

1" Inm . 1\ II, . sai k 69c 
I'uc Kl)sei>, Royal iiousehoid 
and Purity Flour, 49-Hi. sack 



MISCELLANEOUS 

All ia Section Fiv« Ibr Yovr Convenienee 



J4-lb. sack „....8af 




i HVE ROSE 
FLOUR 



Kb 1 1 ui a t e 
the correct 

\\ rii'Iit , , t 

tlu- Jumbo 
bap; of Five 
' -( s Flour 
in our View 
Street window. 

Pint PriM->Jumbo Bag. 

Second Prize— One 96-lb. 
-^.u k Five Roses Flour. 

Third Prize— One 49-lb. 
sack Five Rotas Floor. 

Fourth Prize— One 24-lb. 
sack Five Roses Flour. 

'i'liis Jumbo Sack will be 
weighed at the close of 

the contest and the witi- 
ning awards made ac- 
cording' to the closest es- 



Australian Pastry Flour, 10-lb. 

s.->ck 32^ 

U lid Rose Pastry Flour, 7-lb. 
sack 27^ 



CORN 
FLAKES 



>^ cll(it^<.;"s Corn Flakes, 
per pkt 

Indian and Cowboy Cut* 
outs with every package. 



KelloR-jj's Rice 
. . ' i .s p i e ,s, Pep, 
/t^^l Whole Wheat 
/VUBl'*n l lakes, small size 
^fl^\ Mi-Bran, Bran 
r^jt^rj ' kcs. Make up 
>ir own assort- 
ment Plqg 11< 

K( Hogg's All-Bra^, large, : 

pkt ly^ 

Ojjilvic'.s f>r Robin Ho< ' 

utc Oats, 0-lb. sack 

Quaker Quick Oata with china, 
per pkt 27< 

(".rapc-Xuts FMakes, pkt 

harina, 3"s, per sack 

.I'ive Roses Cracked Wheat, 
.V.s, per sack 18^ 

Pnnty Wheat Flakes, 3' 

.sack 

Quaker Muffets, 2 pkts 21^ 

Shredded Wheat. 2 pkts . 21 

I':;:.l;-0 Rca.lv-Mixed 
b'loiir. per pkt. lUC 
Dr. Jackson's Lislius, Roman 
Meal, Bekus Puddy, pkt., 31 <^ 

Sun-Era, the new cereal, ' 

pkt. 

(All wheat with the bran and 
vitamins) 



Oiiakcr Puffed Whca' 

pkt llf 

Onaker PuflFcd Rice, pkt., 14^ 
I'xiv.s! Cut ofT the tf>ps of thcsr 
packages and enter the lial>e 
Ruth Baseba ll Contest. 

CANNED FISH 

Horseshoe Salmon. 
^ ^'i. per tin tit 

fforse^hoe Salmon. 

r<. jicr till . 33^* 
TiRff Salmon, ' 

per tin tOt 

Tijrer Salmon. I'ji, 

per tin 

Sunflower Salmon, 

Vi'i, « Hns 

S a a n i c h Whole 
Clam!<. S tirif, 

'n v MincrH 
( l.iins, tm ...14^ 
P.irkV Srlcrtrd Crab Meat, '/ 

prr tin tl^t 

.Morton'^ H "allrr Hrrrin'." tin, 22^ 
Miiitunx Hrrrinx Kor.*, .Si/ tin 

f'T 2a<* 

' f or Dry Shrimps, tin .... 
Hntnswiclt SarHinei. 3 tins for 
Norwegian Kippered Snacka, per 

tin _^ 

Conaora' Whole Clam*, tin lO^ 
Connors' Herring with Tomato 
SwMc, ptr tin il# 



Stir Datea, 2-lb. bag 


\3t 


Choice White Cookin- i . . i , , 




C. fe B. Tomato Soup 'Z iin-, t'oi 




1 \ <•;■< :• . Dii '2, tins tor 


15<* 


' .V 1 i .\! 1! '-i 1 1 1 1. .Ml i: l|>, 2 tills 1(11 




Clark's Canadian Whole Pea Souii 

for 


*> 

Ail ' ; < 1 


\sIirroft Ketchup, <>■/ bottle 


i7c 


' i' ^'I'.ntii. V I'l. klcs. IJ-oz. hotti 


V. !;»<• 


1' : < \ .is.Nortcd ilavors. 2 pkts. for. 


lie 


1 .'j^-O I'.akiii;; Powder, Ki-oz. tin 34c 1 
1 (iiass Tinnbler free with each purchase 1 


I.Minid J'oliflor, ]»int.s. per tin 


' iu;iish Black Treacle, 2'a, per tin.... 


....SOf 


C. & B. Prepared Mustard, per jar.. 




I'.est Foods M lise and Relish Spread, 
•V'^-oz. jars ilf 8-oz. jsrs. S3f 


I'rench Dressing, per bottle 25f 


1 >utch Maid Mayonnaise, 8-oz. jar... 


23< 


Pure Maple Syrup, \6-oz., per bottle....23f 


lark'a Governor Sauce, p«r hnHU 




White & Cottell's Worcester Sauce, lO-oz. 



Breakfast Sausage, l?<^-lb. tins. 20< 

Choice California Evaporated Apricoto, p< 



I). 



Heinz Vinegar, Malt or White, 16; 

'"'ttle I-.,, 



^S: P.. Tomato Catsup, per bottle tin 

.South African C.olden Sultanas, lb XQ^ 

Clark's Beef, if am Loaf, Boneless ! 

i''eet. y/s. 2 tins for 

l-owney's Premium Unsweetened Choco- 
^te . ^'s 

l»ratt'a Bonto Biscuits, per pkt 



Spratt'.s As.sorted Do^r IJiscuits, ])kt 29<* 

Spratt's Rodnim, Wcctmeet, I'lbo, 2' I 
bags, each [ 27r 

Spratt'a Alsax. for ANatian-;. 5's, sack, 5Jf 

CANNED FRUITS 

.*^medlv's I-!ngiish Dan' 
in heavy syrup, 2's, tin, liof 

.ordon Head Strawberries, 2's. 
squat, tin 15^ 

(iordon Head Loganbet - 1. 
2".s, squat, per tin ....11<* 

Libby's Australian Peache 

-s. tin 17f 

Quaker Royal Anne Cherries, 
per tin 19^ 

Saanich Pears, 2's, tin 17^^ 

vSaanich Blackbernes, 2's, tin 16^ 

Saanich I'ifted Red Cherries, 2*8, tin....l8< 

I'ijian Sliced Pineapple, 2's, tin I 

.Mandarin Oran^jes. tin I l< 

Royal City Plums, 2's, squat, 2 tins i :»< 
Aylmer Royal Anne Cherries. 2's 15< 

l.ibby's Sliced Australian Pineapple, I s, 

tin 1 

Kibby s Kadota Figs, 16-oz. tin „ 3«»-r 




\\lnirr I'"niil 8 o/. tins, all varif t 
ccpt Grapefruit and Fruit Salad. Q* 
Per tin O 



THr Nfw Rrifuh Empire Pinrspplf 
» *l*tACK I ABFI Mran. 
"QOAUTT GUARANTIED • 

LAME SflBl TMi 

'^l ICED 14c Mcfc 2 far 27c 
CUBfD 17c iMfc 2 far 33c 

CANNED VLGItrABLES 

Imer Steve 4 Peas, 2*s, per 
tin 10^ 

- Golden Bantan 

, ^ tins .^1^ 

Aylmer Whole Green Beans. 



2 tin« 



.27^ 



Inirr Cut Green Bea 

'ms 

Del Maiz Golden Bantam 

Corn. 17 oz . 2 tins C^' 

koval Citv Sieve 5 Peas. Ts, 

tin' , 9< 

(Limit 6) 

R Nal City Tomatoes, 2 . ^ ^, 

tin ^.^^..M^ 

(Limit 6) 

Hillsdale Asparagus. 16-oz. tin .20^ 

-Aylmer Asjjaragus Tips, 10' ^mz. tin 19^ 
Aylmer Jumbo Peas, large and tender. 2's, 

2 tins 25< 

Aylmer Carrots and Peas, 2's, squat it 

tin \:W 

.Aylmer Tomato Juice, 2's, squat, tin 10<* 
C. ft B. Pork atid Beans, 2's, sqoat, 2 tm^ 

for 

l.ibby's Kraut. 1.^ m., 2 tins... 1 » < 

Libby's Spinac h. 2's, tin ,,, . 

Birk's Grilled Mushrooms, per tin. 2B# 



WITH EACH 

ONE POUND UN or 
JOHNSOirS 

WAX 

Jiil-^ Wax Applicr 

i wax aTanlT 




" " for 59^ 

SOAPS, CLEANSnS, ITC. 

Mmlij.;lit Soap, 2 cartons 35^ 
l\oval Crown Soap, 9. bars 



' .l\ c( rine-Pumice Hand 

per tablet 

Little Peter Petobolic 
Green Olive Soap, 1-11 

for 15^ ; or 2 for 

Little Peter Pale ^oaIl, 

bar, 14^; or 2 for 

Lifebuoy Soap, 3 tablets 
Richard's Carbolic Soa 

tablets for 

Rinso, large, per pkt 

Ltix. larpe, per pkt 

Clnpso. large, per pkt—.. 
Oxydol, large, per pkt...„ 



Soap, 
and 



SNAP 



POWbER 

;;L£ANS and HNJSNtt 

B.ithtub^. 
Washbasms, 
Wliidowat ttd 



CAN 14/ 

Ivoyal Crown Cleanser, tin. 6^ 




P. &L G. Naphtha Soap, 8 
bars for 25^ 

Om Diah Cloth Fraa With 
Each Purchaaa 



Ideal C.istile vSoaj), bar, 10<* 

Gillett s Lye, per tin 14< 

I'aimolive Soap, 3 tablets \4t 



Three Tablets Lux Toilet 

•"^oap 21f 

W th O. Regular Size Pkt. 
Lux i lakas Free With 
Bach Purehaae 



JAMS. MARMALADE 
AND HONEY 

King of tfia Caatla Jams 
4.1b. Tfaia 

Strawberry 44< 

Ivasjiberry . — « 

Black Currant 46^ 

Ptach 43^ 

•^p'i^ot 43^ 

I .o).;anberry fljl^ 

.\ylnicr Pure Straw- 
berry Jam, 4'8, j.er 

tin 49f 

Aylmer Pure Straw- 
berry J a m, 2-lb. 

Ifla»« 2§^ 

A vlmer O r a n j; e 
.Marmalade, 2-lb. 
fancy jar 24^ 

Pride of OnUrio Honey, No. 5 

lin 55f 

' >ntario Buckwheat Honey, 2- 

drum 19^ 

< )iitarif. Buckwheat H' 
No. 5 tins -lO^ 

B.C. Honey, 12- 

!!3P5> ot:. jar 18^ 

I*.nipre<^s Straw- 
' erry Jam, 4'i. 

'I — 56^ 

^^^\ Keiller's Bram- 
ble Jelly, I ' 
per nr i , 

uaTco^ 

S p e n c e r's 




n r r a k f a s t 
Blend Tea. 
l>cr lb., 40f 
Limit, 3 lbs. 

S p e n r e r's 
Indian and 
Ceylon Tea, 
per lb . 4.'><* 
Limit, J Jb». 
Salads 

I'-KiWII f. 

l ea, H).. 4.''>v 
S ji e n c e r's 
I Vkoe Tea, 
prr lb.. 35< 
I'.iaifi's Best 
Crrflfer. \> < r 
lb. . 3Z< 

Jameson's and Blue Ribl)on 

Coffee, per lb 3S^ 

M.J.B. Coffee, per lb 49f 

Van Houten's Cocoa, Vi-,\ 
Label, y/s, per tin 17 f 

Cowan's Perfection Cocoa. I'ji. 
per tin 21# 

K' Hogg'a Coffee (Kaffcr ri 

P' r lb ^ 5.''><* 

l'-i"preii Coffee, in the ik w 
racitmn jar, per lb, ■,,....,48f 



DAVID SPEN 



{ acoND News Seciiw] 




Second News Seoion 



• r i t 



rnTABUSHKD IMO 



NO. 119 — SEVEINTY SIXTU YEAR 



VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SUNDAY, AFRIL 29, 1934 



MANCHESTER CITY CAPTURES ENGLISH CUP 



McKechnie Cup Rugby Series Will Be Discontinued for One Season 

Financial Reasons 
Causes B.C. Union 
To Cull Off Games 



Premier Britl§h Cohmiliia Serief to Be Discon- 
tir d for Year, Froybtdtd Body Deeidet 
— Oxford and (kmbfidfe Mmj VUy 
OB GoMt Next Season 



Thundering Hoofs Down the Track J^UCUStxiUTisNctTLWO 

Goals in Last Fifteen 



VANCOUVER, April 38 (CP).— 
DiHODtlnuanoe of Britlih Oolum- 
Ma's vNBriw mtilMi natfif MrtM, 

;he McKechnie Cup grame.'!. for one 

.vanony Inclusion of a fourth mem- 
ber to the British Columbia Rugby 
Union, and a possibility that the 
craok tide from the combined 
Ualvanltlas ci Oxlord uaA Cva- 
tru%« wtKOd pUf M W» OMic aest 
year, w«re highUghU of the British 
Columbia body's annual meetlnr 
here 'today. 

Decision to di.s'nni iimr Mc- 
Kechnie Cup sri ;r^ ' >i oi . r, u. 
due f!iianr':il !'m.' "i i'. '.vj' ;n,ule 
on I "l i:;.,!! «tfTi'i'.| by V.uir'iii- 
ver. Prf V Kiii.s!'. , Vtrlnrla. who, with 
Vancouver, Ir'.i !iiat Varsity wa.s to 
blama, had offered a resolution ask- 
int that tlM student* withdraw from 
eonpttltion or that a union oatoring 
tha MrtM moat hsvt had al laaat 
twd ikie<i pLu'inpf durlnff tho mumon. 
After j«nm<' (lUru.wlon it wai decided 
to a<l >i>i 'hi' inlldT Viinrouver reso- 
lution, hik! yi<\^ld«»ni K K. Sykes 
and Jim \rr- lii.sinictpd fo 

Interview Dr. R. E. McKechnie with 
NgaMi to tho aoMon. 

AIT- BLOCKS IN UNION 
North .S!in:r \i: ks wPTP nd- 
niitlrd to tlio Hivi :i i".l'mih;H or- 
t.v»!il7a':nn Hi:.i ■ .•-',! .1' North 
rr i( iU'-'- I T'^i <ilhPr 

three members of Un- provincial 
body are the Victoria RuKby Union, 
the Vaaoomrtr Rngby Union and 
tho Vntmmf «( BritMi 



It is expected that three, and por;- 
slbly four, teams will operate in th< 
North Shore organization next sea- 
son, including one from West 
Vancouver. 

At least ' > ir or Ave (""allfornla 
unlv.-r • < k--! f-- ■ •• •••• ' 

with Brltiali Columbia teanus, and 
the combined side of Oxford and 
Camb ridge Unl yeraltles, wh ich toured 
the zaatSRi UUHS aictai, intimated 
a desUa to play hare nnt Mrlng. 
after a contemplated eidiibition 
series ' v • '< ' < ' i I'l-i "f Fall, 
lit tLLC 1 Ot FICEK.S 

Headed by S. E. Sykes, who was 
re-tieotod pntfdeat. praotieaUy the 
entire alata of offletrs of the Mtlsh 
Columbia Rugby Union was returned 
Int&rt at the general annual meet- 
ing of the organization. 

R. H. MclnnPs iVirtor1a>. C'liiirp 
Underhlll ' v.ii,c . , h:i ! i* R 

Ker (Victoria), werf re '■:<" !♦■<! vi. c 
presldenL.1. 

H. J. Ketchen (Victoria), will fill 
the office of secretary for another 
year. Murray Rowan (Vancouver), 
was selected as tr aa sur ar. 

Lieutenant • Oorenor Fordham 
Johnson was named honorary 
president. 

Honorary vlce-presldent,«s art- F 
W. Roun&feU, Colonel Victor flpen- 
rer. Dr. R. E McKechnie. Dr. J. M 
'Pear.ion. C E. Tlsdall, Mayor Davi<1 
Leemlng (Victoria), Mayor L. D. 
Taylor iVaiirouvrr), Major-Oeneral 
A. Ashton, CM.Q^ Vl>. (Victoria). 
Commander O. O. Jones. KCM., 
T. J. Bivd and Or. U 8. XlhMk. 




Minutes to Win by 2-1 



Ht'rnrtI i*f I Corn. n 
In ) « sfrr«la\ ' s 
1 oitlbuU Lluasu 

WBfBLry BTADIUM, 
AprU 38 (CP).— Here are 
the records 9t Om Oup fbMl« 
l.it>! tndnv: 

\!,u : . ster City— 1904, beat 
Bui ton Wanderers 1-0; 1036, 
lost to BoHon Wkndsnn 1-0; 
18S3, lost to avarton s-0; llM. 
dsf sated Portsnooth 3-1. 

Portsmouth— 1929 lost to 
Bolton Wanderers 2-0; 1834. 
lasi to Ifancihsstsr Oltr 



*^ani?n\ I iUon"'^ Pair of Vlarkers >■■... Nnrtfi 
rii-ui 'V:?.0(M» K in- al W t'inl)l» \ Mudium-* 

Kiug aud ^ut • n Vinong Great Anemhij 



WEMBLE7 STADIUM. LONDON 

April 28 (CP) Manchester City to- 
day won the English Cup, premier 
trophy of sorrerdom, dffentlnR 
Port^sniouth. 2-1, after a gruelling 
struggle. Despite threatening 
weather, 93.638 spectators saw the 



strong southern side go into a one- iraurKBmttafS: Bwlft stoppedlt 



ONE can almost hear the thunder of hoofs as the cameraman pulls the trigger to 
action photo of Last Tag, with Ressn McKinncy, leadfaif f t rn fi mu m jockey, la 
right lata the lena durtng covast nwe at lUddlebarg. Vi rg^Ja. 

wag not la tiw nonsy. 



secure this excellent 
the saddle, charginff 
hers; Last Tlsg 




Kansas Miler Decibiveiy De- 
feats Pennsylvanian in 
Special Race 

FRANKLIN P1£LU, PHXLADBL- 
PlIIA. Pa., April 30 (AP).— Before 
a crowd of 45.000 spectators, the 
biggest at the Penn relay carnival 
in years, Olenn Cunningham, of 
Kansax. decisively drf»'nteil hi; 
Pennsylvania rival. (}pnp Venzke, 
today In a q>eclal our mile race 
featuring the closing day's i>ro- 
graaune. Cunningham shattered 
the mnklln PMd traok raeord by 
hrsaMng the tape twahre yards in 
front of VoMlw tai 4 minutes, ilj 



eMiss thia asasoo. Jaek Payne 

took his brother's pass to .«!rore 
with a fast diot just before tl^ 
interval. 

GEORGE PAYNE SrORER 

Tlip .wond half op'»ned with both 
tram.s setting a fast pace, and both 
goalies were kept birv handling 
shots and cleai : ./ ^ drives 
toward the net. Aftxr ten minutes, 
George Payne rifled a great' lang 
shot past Goalie RestaO, to maks it 
3-0. Twenty mlaatm teter. the 
Jokers seorad thvomh a psoalty 
given for hands. 

Restall was outstanding for the 
Jokers, while Oibson. Robblns and 
Payne brother.-^ .stood out for the 
winners. Saunders handled the 
whistlsi 



Cavalcade Show^ 
Smashing Speed 
In Stake Event 

Mp8. l>o(j;!» ^loain Ki\ir\ '^li.itlrr'. I r m k lit rord 
in Wiiiiiiiig al Ha\i«' \h (,ra<r \j:iaiiau 
Second und lJi.NCu\t-r^ 1 liird 



Bt ORi.n nonicR' 
NBW YORK. AprU M <AP),— A 



ance. overshadowing all other work- 
outs and races, sent Cavalcade, from 
'a 



9.7. .T,{/? On }l,tnd 
At \\ » tnhlry far 
Lup ^Soccer t uiul 

\\ ''EMBLEY STADIUM. 
\ * LONDON. AprU 28 (CP). 
—Official attendance at to- 
day's Cup Final, kept down 
by threatening weather, was 
93,538. Receipts irei% $l2ijm. 



BhUEVE IT OR NOT 



By Ripley 



The home town crowd i- 1 \>nim 
lots of vocal pMcoui iii -1' but 

I he Petui r ' I i i , 1 'o 

meeting thr K.ii,v( " i; ■ c ioMnc; 
.^prlii!. after .sct.Iii,.; ■ ii.i, r for 
three Inp^ Tliey iftu stiule for 
stride until the bark .stretch of the 
last lap, where Cunningham put on 
the pressure for the first time, shot 
past Vsnska and von going away 
in the hsoM stietch. 

OWBlBghamli ttee wiped out the 
traak reeord of 4:14, made here 
three years aco by Leo l.ermond, of 
the New York AthleUc Club. 



ROYAL OAK XI 
WHimOKtKS 

^Fkiith Qrett Seaton In 
* Junior Soooir by Winning 
Brown Cup, 3-1 

ahowtag ffit Ihaie form which 
carried them to the league honora, 
and then the Lower Island cham- 
pie mM p. neyal Oak's smooth-work- 
ing football squad won the Brown 
Oup la the Victoria and Distrtet 
Junior Lsag iis. yss t s t d igr afls gaoca. 
at Reywuod AfsniM O^'MBdib by 
defeating Jokers, S-L It narked 

the flrH season in hlStorv tt^nt nny 
Junior team had won all three 
trop ' for rom|-wll!lon. which 

apeak.\ .vr,j for the offlcLils of the 
club 

After winning the toss. Royal Oak 
did most of the prpssii^( In the early 
mlnutse. and Reg Slofer netted 
the thst BWriMT after ssy sn tse n 
minatM after aeeeptlng a bsaatlfui 
orom from Oeorge Payne. Playing 
a loealy short-passing game. Royal 
Oak was a treat to walrh and gave 
th^ fans It i;.p I , ,,' s rn" of ihe 

prettieai socccx seen here In junkM-| 



DIAMOND- SOMRE 




Stable, rocketing into favoritism for 

the Kentucky Derby, following upon 
a review of the Blue Gra.ss classic 
on three triicks today. 

Marking the start of his three- 
y<Mr-oid career. Oavaksade thund- 
ered around Uie one and one-six- 
teenth miles of the Chesapeake 
Stakes at Ham de Oraoe, Ifd,, in 
1:43 8-5. 

I/OWERS RECORD 
The time shattered by two-flftlis 
of a second the track mark hung 
up by Mr. Khayyam In winning thr 
same event last year. Four day 
ago, In his 1114 debut, the Brook 
meade colt equaled the track record 
for one mile and seventy yards. 

Rounding out a suci^easful day for 
Mrs. Sloane and Trainer Bob Smith. 
High QiK«fit. not named for the 
Derby, but eligible for the Preak- 
ness and Belmont Stakes, whteped 
eight Derby hopefuls in the Wood 
Memorial at Jamatea. The two vk 
tories netted ths famous stable 
810.740. 

Cavalcade, apparently running 
well within hinwelf under the guid- 
ance of ' tTncle" Mack Oamer. left 
In hi£ wake the East's leading 
Dert>y candidates, including Alfred 
O. Vanderbllt's Discovery and Mis. 
John Hay WhltneTs Singing Wood, 
the other two members of the At- 
lantic seaboard's big three 

Mrs. Prank J. Heller'.s Agrarian 
was the neare.st at the finish, how- 
ever, trailing by more than a 
ipiiKth rh«'n came Discovery, 
beaten bv a nn.sc fi.r the plaoe, fol- 
lowed by Mi f ,\ < 'arreaud'fe nme 
Hupply, and Singing Wood. 

CAVALCADE PAVORITF 

The Brookmeade entrv 
'lio part the choice, paying $4.20 
f'.i %..■ 

I'.' iimd High Quest at the end of 
■ mile and seventy yards of the 
Wood Memorial was J. H. Louch- 
heim's Speednmre, beaten a length, 
and Mrs. Payne Whitney's chief 
hope. Spy HHI. Par to the rear 
trailed the other r>-rbv ellglblcs, 
C. V. Whitney's Collateral H C 
Phlpps' Cleves. H W Maxwells 
Orowler. William Woodward s Vicar. 
Mr charlc"; Payson s Ro«e Cross 
and Mrs. H. C. Phipps' Carry Cm. 



Skonivfts" 
Contectionrrvi ^ 

RASVlOftKEPATASOOA 

EXPLANATION POS rBtTBKDAY*B MPLST CAKTOOK 

. Oas e tf the 8afes4 Plaen In the WsiM NsA to bed, a railroad train Is the safest place ii, thr » .i 
Aeeeramg to the an nual report to the OoASIMs of the tnter^atr roninirrrp CfwnmKilon • Sl<-am raJlr md' 

carried 480.717.7T7 passangera 18.807,438.3^? iriiii<; »itii uii' (Mfii!', •h-rr- '.UMiiSir', ««- onp f -r faru vsooirmt 
miles traveled." In other words, if « p^r^.,,, i.,,H!d' ;< -iii-xnv iwi.-srntr . a:,<! 'ra-.. ;.. ■ . i t n.unutiv i.>-i:; 

and day ft an average speed of for* -. !!i;i<-^ ■a.,..,.,: • <ki- ; !,bi, ; nwi .. , -., ),«., 

K '-hanrea of being kiilctJ m a railway accid« ni wouici be otice In every 3,100 years as the 

about flttf years. 

all mhm m Ckrt B H iBi MgiiK t/» tOm Fmmm y«ik Otfc Itf; 



at an avers 
718,018.5'^ m'l'^ tf 



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I iinums .Si nil, t 

In Lijv liiUtle 

TORONTO. AprU 3t (CP) - 
"Slight Improvement" was 

reports thU afternoon In the 
condlfloti of .lor Wright, Jr. 

" ■ iMv il tilood pOl«- 

onlng n>e former sculling 
champion of the British 
ptre was given a ssooim 
trMMfMoB thia memift 
be was believed to have re- 
gained a UUle strength. His 
condition, however, was StM 
described aa "fair.' 



WINS ILISH 
CLOSED GOLF 



BirmifUjliafii Biisinpss Man 

Oeteats Lrofiatd Crawley 
at 37th Hole 

PORMBY. Eng.. April Si (AP).— 
Stanley Lunt, of Mcaley. thirty- 
three- year -old Birmingham busl- 
i»» s n.Hu, today won the ek)sed 
English golf championship with a 
1-up victory in thirty -seven holes 
over Leonard Crawley. 1931 tltle- 
liokli r. and thereby probably assured 
hinrscif a place ott tha BrH ff** 
Walker Cup team. 

The final match between the two 
fine young golfers was one of the 
most thrilling in years, with Lunt 
overcoming a six-hole lead Crawley 
took on the Urst eighteen to square 
the match on the thirty-fifth and 
win on the first extra hole. 
CRAWLEY wn.D 

Crawley was wild all the way 
froov the tee to the green on the 
final hole, and never gave himself 
a chanoe to match Lunts perfect 
four. 

One of the .stylLsts of the Mid- 
lands. lAint never has shown par- 
tlciilarly wpII in championslilp play, 
but his victory lodav. Ii wa.s be- 
lieved, would > nrn him onr of the 
I ud \ .11 ,'int pl M I .V on the team 
which meeu the United States at 
St. Andrews, Mky 11 and IS. 

WOOU U LUIS 
RIFLE riELD 

Garrison Marksmnn Tops 
Wp*'!.'. Srnre at Heals 
Range With Fine Score 

Registering a .scf)rr of 100 mjt of a 
possible 106. q.M.8.I W, H. Wood, 
of the Oarrison. carried off top 
honors in the weekly ahoot. held at 
Heals Range, yesterday afternoon, 
by the Vletorla and DIstrlot Military 
Rifle Association. Sergeant-Major 

W. H. Ruffell, also of the Oarrison 
was second with 08, while .Sergeant 
A E A.she, Canadian .Scottish, took 
third position with 9S Rhno'ii c 
conditions were fine, with an ovn 
light and a slight wind, although a 
,short fall of rain occurred while the 
mirksmrn were firing at MO and 
wo vards. which bothered 

Mid-week shooting will 
thU Wednesday, and all 
with cara ars asksd to pass the 
comer of Tates and Oooglas Btrset 
to pick up members wte have no 
means of transportetldn. 

Soorss foOosr: 

Oarrlmv- 8N SM 8M T 

QUflT w H. weed IS St »♦ 100 

" M «r H mrfMi s> IS 

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ru. o. otamsawiM at as 

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goal Isad whioh they held at half 
time only to have the fsmosstrlans 
sweep aside all opposition in the 
last fifteen minutes and net two 

.splendid goals. 

.Satniiiy 'I'llson. the city's c^ntre- 
! '! iar<! wius the hero of the game. 
He <oi.<i lx)th goals for the wln- 
n> on (Bi ll occasion putting the 
fini.shiuK touch to sparkling oom- 
binaiioii by the front line. 8. 
Rutherford drew first blood for 
Pompey twenty-seven minutes after 
ths kick-off and the southerners 
had the msrgin of the play through- 
out the half. In the second, how- 
ever, the Manunlans Improved until 
m the later stages of the tussle 
they were definitely superior. 



Manchester's desperate efforts to 
i,;ei the equalizer generally crumpled 
up against the fearless Pompey de- 
Ifurr HI whioh ASSB 1Pgg-4HlgMB^ 
of strength. 

J. fmlth started a Portsmouth 
raid, which rssolted In a hot i0»t 



The King and Queen, Prime Min- 
ister Ramsay MacDonald * and 
"Jimmy" Tliomas Secretary for 
Dominion.": hIluk with the Aus- 
traliHi, ']:it>-' team, were on IWBd 
despiu> Ihiratening weaUicr 

Both Tll.son s goals were the re- 
sult of fine combination attacks In 
which Alex Herd and Bnla Breok 
had a large share. 

The win made up for tha City's 
defeat In the final last year b\ 
Kverton. It was Manchejrter City 
second win in f'^.; "le ; , - 



but dropped the b.ill. Portnnmith 
might have scored easily again if 
only another forwaid had besn «p 

on the play. 

The City went down the field 
again and Herd was unlucky with 
a hard shot that skimmed the top 
of the bar, Just before the whistle 

Half-time* Port.^moiith 1, Man- 

chaslMr c 

istCO.NU ll.\LK 

The City pressed hotly on tha 
resumption and Herd attempted to 
hook a fine pa« from Brook in 
front of the net. but missed. Man- 
chester persisted and roused their 
supporters with a storming attack. 
Portsmouth held them and retali- 
ated fiercely, forcing Swtft t» flst 
the ball out twice. 

The standard of play vastly Im- 
proved and both teams were putting 
on a great brand of football. lUn- 
chester changed their taeUes and 
bOMhsd thair thrse Inside forwards 
Partnaottth were forced to defend 
desperately for « time, and three 
hot shots In succession rebounded 
from the defenders' knee.s in a melee 
In front of their neLs. 



Allen managed to relieve the prea- 
ne .seramblinK the baU away from 
Hr xik Hie City came bMk. Wh 

shown. The game became a great 



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were beaten 1 
ago In their <u 
ance. 

Twelve hundred spec^^inl police 
were (iriifted under special instruc- 
tions to track down the sellers of 
forged tlekets. Thousanda of these 
were known to have been printed 
and dreulated and $10 or $18 was 
being asked by the ssUers. The 
official tickets went long age^ there 

be; ■ .; 4'"- .'(W1 :«...: ;>;■;•': .t"...ns. 

OBULIND IN ¥ISE 8UAP1!: 

It was a dull morning, but as 
game time ^iproached there was a 
prospect of clearing off. TTie field 

at Wembley wa.s In gocx! K.i;)r. 
drying from rain during the wK-k 

At 2 p.m. an hour before the 
kick-off. the sun shone fitfully 

A roar of cheers came as the king 
and Queen arrived. It had been 
expected on account of the uncer- 
tain weather outlook the Prince of 
WIsta would fsiwessnl the royal 
family. 

The tiers of seats were oolorful 
with a crowd tliat Included a isgge 
proportion of women. 

The sun came out strongly Just 
t>efore the start The King went 

It to shake the hands of the play- 
ers, amid a tremendous roar of 
cheers. His Majesty presented the 
cup and medals af tfr the match. 

Iters was no wind, and eondl- 
tiom were fins wbta ths klsk«««f 
came at 1:01 p m. 

FIRST H \Lr 

Tll.sf V ked Off after the City 
had V The City went on 

the ollensive without wasting a sec- 
ond, and TUson made a «»ectaeular 
effort to bimdle baU and goalie into 
the FortamoBth net after foUowing 
up Cowan's pass. The effort failed 
and Portsmouth replied with a swift 
but abortive right-wing raid, nine- 
teen-year-old Swift In the City nets 
clearing a f ree kick flWI OOMliS the 
[penalty area 

Nlchol got ai. thrr free kick for 
Port-smout.h after nii.'hy had handled 
; ' nil. but .Swift again proved very 
f ound Down at the other end the 
city were active, and Bray got a 
throw-in that was as speedy as a 
corner kick. 

Alee Herd was aestdantally kicked 
and retired fsr a few mlnutea. 

The weather turned threatening 
as the game progreaaed Exciting 
mldfleld tussles werr punr t iiAt(>(] by 
a loud claj> of thunder Tllson 
chased a pass and fled down the 
flHd whilr lightning flajihe<l and 
anothrr ttiunder clap came, Mackie, 
of the I'ompey defence, misklcked 
twice near his goal and Brook 
missed an es^Uent chanoe on the 
second aetMlss^ hriHg g Ut too 
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down to 

inside left of the Pempey sids. wwi 
hurt and the game was held up a 
mhwtes before be continued. 

Portsmouth got awav In • rnn^■ 
blnatlon attack which ► * ^ 
ford thr ball t.r.ike.i Hu iiy 

and with Barnett mlsklrklug recov- 
ered »nd scored a cool, clever goal. 
Swift wrnt fuIl-lengUi. but only 
M < r aged to graae the ball with his 
I as It went in the net. 
Both Mes Ughtensd np after- 
the Ctty attacfeat and 
ssBt a tisroe drive that lost 
eeer the Pnrtsmoath twr 

. kept St It but ttlll were 
using long paaae.s The Portsmouth 

defence prnvrd solid urvl-r the ham and gIrV cliuiars whll*" Ronald 

tog. making the City look weafclStark wUl continue fee act as 



soccer spectari< 

BfTSSES <,KI \ i t II \M I 
Brook, after .some clever dribbling, 
gave Herd a glorious scoring o ha n oe 
and the latter accepted It gallantly 
only to see the ball hit ths oomsr 
of the post and crossbar. Ports- 
mouth stuck splendidly to the Job 
and had a eonple al fruiUess raids. 
Basson and Allen between them 
sent Wsddle through, but the Utter, 
only a yard fnn tha gealmottth. loat 
tne Daii. 

Plany rtiiiged from end to end 
and both goals had narrow nsrsnsi. 

Allen was Injured, suffering awISS 
concussion, and while he was off 
the City got the equaliser. Tllson, 
Just after hitting the bar, got a fine 
centre from Brook and netted 
smartly. Allen eame back on, but 
the City oontlnued on the offensive. 

A splendid run and shot by 
Weddle nearly resulted in a tcore for 
Port.smoufh Swift went to full 
length and saved, and right alter- 
wardii had to make a attver save 

from Worrall 

OUflllan, In the Pompey net*, 
saved point-blank shots at close 
range from Tllson and BfOOk, bot a 
few minutes later Tllson raced out 
of a bunch of players up to the goal- 
mouth and fired In a shot that left 
OUfiUan helpless. Ths goal, , which 
snat^Md the game out of the f liw 
for the City, came two minutes be- 
fore the final whistle and Ports- 
mouth were given no chanoe to 
equalise 

PAINT8 AFTER GAME 

Swift, the youngest player ever to 
appear at Wembley, fainted after 
the whistle from the strain and as- 
citement, after playing a starflnv 
game. 

The teams lined up as follows: 
Portsmouth-^. OUfiUan. goal: J. 
Mackie and W Smith, backs; J. 
Nlchol, J Allen and CapUIn D 
Thackrrav. halfbacks; F Worrall. 
J. Smith. .Sam Weddle. J Easson 
and 8 Rutherford, forwards 

Manchester Clfv-F Swift, goal: 
L H Bamrtt and W Pair, barks; 
M Busby Cap«aln S fown and .1 
Brsy. halfback F F Tr»seland, 
Bob Marshall. 8am TUson. Alex 
■eri and Bmie Breok. ferwaids. 

SWIMMING CLASSES 
FOR CHILDREN WILL 
CONTINUE AT Y.M.C.A. 

OooMsn was taaehod bv the 

TMJOk. phyaleat depa rtm en t com- 
mittee to carrv on Its swimming 
programme foi an additional two 
months. 

Compljdng with manv request* by 
parents to contlnur the term of 
swimming instruction for Ntvs and 
elrls befwren th«» ages of sbc and 
ten years, these diUdren wlU be 
permittsd to f-mnU fibr May aad 

Tone, 

The elaases wiU be, as mual. e«wy 
Tuseday at 8:M pm. far tim feapB. 
aad eaeli Wedneeday «l i Jl pjn. 
for the flria. 

"Hie 
«in vmmm at 

day, wfBl IM wmm 

thr p/^v-,1 nt 7 IS pm« _ _ 
nlor .Saimmtng Chdl wW ffOflgF at 
g:U pm 

MiMea f>eorglf Rtidge and Orr- 
triide Waft will «)o«l«t Arrhir Mc- 
Kinnon In coarhlng the women's 



11 



T HE DAILY COIXMIS T , VICTOR I A. B.C, SUNDAY, APRIL 2 9 l> 19l|4 



WESTS DEFEAT THISTLES IN PROVINCE CUP MATCH 



Edmonton Grads Capture Canadian Hoop Championship for 13 th Xinie 



Youson^s Tally in 
First HalJ Decides 
Hard-Fought Tussle 

• _j .' 

GcBire Forwaril l)rivr> in l>oiie (loiinlrr Five Min- 
Btot l\v(arv liitiTval lo (»iv«" (irieiishirlH a 
Great Win in Ini|>ortanl Batlli W iiiiirrf' 

Half XJune and Back Divi^iuu firilUant 



AHfr ixtuiulii.K H'A.ty rt" ' M' . ' i 
poneiits' flefpnce for fu.iv f m 
mlnutee, Vutorlft We.st {(hwh;.!, m 
nally craslifr) ihiouKli l"i t "ai,: 
CMTlMd goal Xlve minutes Irum th< 
ehaaftom to give them a l-o vu 
t0i7 oftr SMBkli nUitlM. in the 
district final of the FroflDM Cup 
MTles. In th« PMtfto OOMt PDOCball 
League, yrnterday afternoon, at the 
Royal Athlptlc Park. A fair crowd 
witnessed the nuilch. whirh waus ii 
great Unprovempnl over the brand 
at ball being served to the fans of 
latt. Dm vlnners will now meet the 
■ui y l fow et the Nanalmo-St. 
Saviour^ garaa In tha firrt round 
proper. 

Although Thistles were oulcla.s.sed 
In the first half by a wide margin, 
tha suburbanites came back strong 
4»4ha aaoand half and piesaad oon- 
ttauaUjr, but failed to get borne the 
•quaUaer. Vtetorla Weat'a haU line 
of Storey. Baraea and Stawait pwved 
a stumbling block to the Thlstleg. 
Time after time ' ^ • . ashirts' 
middle rank turned l>u. k the on- 
rushlng opposition, while the work 
of Thompson and Okell wiu steady 
tlvoughout. Art Orlfflihs turned In 
•ootber fine game between the 
ttkkM, maltim tt his aeoond straight 
shutout in as many wertcs. 

Thlntles were also sound In spots, 
>i.,t thi ir front rank wa5 notlreablv 
w;ik 1:11! fnlliv) to fiiTirtinri a.s ev 
pertc^l If.mtiip WilUani"^^, riKht half, 
played a bniUant game, while Mor- 
gan looked to be the best of the 
forwards. CMMwas was sbroog on 
ths bade dlTtelen, end Wally Rowe 



COLLlNti UKILLIANX 

feature of the Wests' Tlctory 
i»as the plajlDg al outside left of 
ataorty . Oodlns, Beeond DiTlson 

playtr. Oolllns played his position 
just about perfect. He followed up 

all the tl:i''> iHiil b:t( k ( Jk'- kc 1 • •■ 
peatedly. His ( rosftes to the goal 
mouth were good and he constantly 
beat the backs by his following up 



the 

Wests kspl ttis laaaleb baek divi- 
sion busy. Touson nearly scored In 



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!ti.- enrly minutes when he went In 

and I alight S'oicy.s lun^ drive 

•(. l);r ,1 liruj'ltll Oil t.'if illglit Rowe 
Mist ^■. ' Ins f lliK''' ' >i' ■ "O ' ' "' h;i!l 
foriUiK a lonicr. The Hag ku k wai 
(Uarfd, but the greenshlrts stayed 
In the Thistles' area and were un- 
lucky not to eeore. Rowe punched 
out Robinson's shot after OdlUiM had 
made a beautiful cross from the left 

lane Kl^:ht after rolllii.'. went hi 
fa*t to Uke HobliLsoii s JoiiK 
but wa.'^ whl.'^tled offside. It lo<>ki d 
like a [XKtr decision and the fan.s 
showed their dlsappr<> ai Agam 
Collins got possession on his wing, 
tricked Easier and ercied to the 
goal area, but nobody Wms thsro to 
receive It. « 

Y0U80N SC OHt - 

Continuing on the defence, You- 
wn aUsd eieer tho has after reeeiv- 
ing Collitu' cross. 0<dllns had beaten 
Williams and Easier In making the 
ojx'iihuT for the centre for'Aarrl Clib- 
bons hUx kcd what looktd iK" .i surf 
ifoal t'> llic t'lp cnrnei "'. ''n- r.ft 
The ball went l)ehlnd f< ! h Kiriifr, 
which Rowe cleared. Thr*r n.innfe.s 
later Rowe made a sensational save 
by diving full length to push out 
Robinson's wteked drive, and thso 
after R6blnson had missed with a 
flrst-tlrner. the W^sts ^iiMiPd thr 
only tnllv of thp niMirh .MM'Hravi- 
hooicd |>\^•l a fine rros5 fidrn a hard 
aiiKle to IVr' ■ w !io ' iiot t.iiA nrdn thp 
gon\. You.^on ' s^' m d pii>lif(l 

the ball over the line with Peers 
standing atongside Of htan Ud tto 
goalie lying on the ground. 

With the greenshlrts still holdlnir 
their sliKht lead a.'^ the .second ha'.f 
npcnVcl. the Thistles im'Siwd hard 
an ! I.ioked a much diff'T'-n' aii-l 
determined club ( irifflths wa*; ( ail'^i! 
to clear Olancy s hrarier. the first 
real cl ear ance the Wests' goalie had 
up to that time. Not long after, 
Olancy headed over the bar from 
Moriran. and then the winners went 
awav on the attack and forced two 
quick corners How pnhed the 

first one ov- r 'hp '■!!'■ k and 

Williams cleared the .second 

The Thistles' half line were feed- 
ing Iforgaa mors often this half, 
and the left winger was dobif sons 
nice work with the ban. Once he 
tricked Storey and Okell and crossed 
beautifully to the goal, filancy end- 
ing the rush by headlnp o^<r fhi 
bar Mall went on for T-«^^ ' .. ( ■ n 
1* M-.if. .«tage and Brown for Borde 
■as Injured when he collided 
with Thompeon. With time going 
fast, Touson nearly made ft 3-0, 
narrowly mL-^slng with a rifle shot, 
which Just skimmed the crossbar. 
BOBINSOir mCRSD 

Eight mlntttes from time. Scotty 
Robinson was Injured during a colli- 
sion with Frrd Olbbons and retired 
In favor of Lamhie. a .Serond Divi- 
sion plaver i ; . T'liistle.s pre.s.scd 
hard during the ipmainlnR minutes, 
but the Wests" half line and backs 
tirver faltered, while Orlflfths. In 
>ai. avssred safe st all ttmes. 
swan rsfereed, sad teams follow 
victoria Wsst — Griffiths. Okeii. 
Thompson, Storey, Barnes. .Stewart, 
M\«grave. Robinson. Youson, Peers, 
Collins and Lsmble. 

Saanlch Thlstles^Roue f Gib- 
bons. Bssler, Wllllam.s, Viggers, L. 
Olbbons. Telfer. Borde, Olancy 
MorgM. Man and ~ 



Capture English League for Second Year 




Prairie Team Wins 
Third Game 57-30 
Fro m Win dsor ites 

iWiids ,^laki- It I hrrr in a Row hy Drcisivc Margin 
Ov<T FaHttTii < hanipionM — -<»la(ivH Frv and 
Margaret MacBuruey Arc iiiKii bcoren 



KI>MONION. AprU as (OP).— 

Cheklac for a Hf-M wtai hm, to- 

night, the 15dmonton Orads made 
It tliree straight over Wlndfcor 

Ahmmae to capture the Canadian 
girls' basketball championship. This 
makes the thirteenth time the 

Grads have he!<! nomlnlon honor.s, 
and at no time in tlie picsenl series 

<ir 111 \ i.\'uv'- have they been 111 
any Kf'at danger of N-lriK beaten 

J-^liiv^ .st.C' Wxr <i•Hil^ ,rt Idi' 

F.ustt rn > ; iiTi>.'--t s pile up a 4 0 
lead !i! Ilif ?!.'•; :i.'.'Hite, but .sI.mi'Is 

afierwar<i.s ttiey Ued the count aud 
forg«d to the front, aover to be 
headed. Thsgr ivm la the lead, 
10^ ag the end ef the tamt quarter. 



and III ha'f \''-)\f ' n T> arRin of 
IV-19 

fin the «hM flMMs (ha Orads 
scored thirteen peiats to boost their 
total to fofty. while holding their 
rivals scoreless to make It 40-19, 

and In the final ten minutes they 

(iu;. scored Wwal.sor, 17-11. 

fi'.adv.s l''r\ Aith seventeen jxilnts. 
Muk'.iiti MacHnrin'y, with .sixteen, 
and Babe BelaJ^ger. with tm, did 
the bulk of the .s<-.>i;:.k tlie 
Orads. while Hyttenrauch. with 
nine, and Richards and Cornwall, 
with seven apieoe, wws Wladaor's 



HOLDING Chelsea to a draw yesterday. Arsenal gained possession of the English Soccer League championship for the second straight 
year. Gunners' tie gave them a three-point lead which cannot be overtaken by their nearest rivals, Uuddcrsheld Town. The team, 
sbowa shove, is: Back vow, Isfl to right: ligle, Lambert. Roberts, Moss. Haynes, T. Whittaker (trgiasr), JMa Wmut WW, Uh m fight: 

Hgpwoodr Jack Parker, Joasirb Jamss and Bsstsa. 



English League Won 
By Arsenal XI for 
oecond Year in Row 

Gnnnm Gain Draw With Ciidaea but Tiieir Lead 
Cannot Be (hrereome Sheffield and New- 
eattie to Go Down-^^Seottish League Enda 



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AT OLYMPIC *I I FV; 

Red's Service 8t4» lou <k : ated 
Im()erial OH. Prlday, for m p i h.im 
plon.ship of II, .1.1, ( of the 

Olympic 0>li: I;., iri in!) Lrague, 

and tluis eaihdl i.iic rinht to meet 
niliruin AthleUc Club and the 
Northwestern Creamery In the league 
nnals, which wtll be piftysd at a 
date to be Muwitased later. Imperial 
OU went lato a twenty^f our-ptn lead 

In the gnl gSAie. but T»pnkrn''d in 

the seoond game t.. nri,?ii t.h!rtv- 
•;»'vpn pins down n." DUnl gamr 
prov^ disastrous fo- imiwrls! fill 
wli^n their opponeii'< <ii . .r rd U<)n 

arniir' ')\r\r S7n nnd wjrrpa'-od 
' • ■ '■■ -i! ; !i • (.<>'.( <).,■■ 

1 ' rouid do in the fourth 

k' .)■•-.• •„ recover flftoOB p*T>f 

nie final totals woTo: Ihaperlal 
on. 4.537. and Red's Ssnrtoe ate- 
tlon. 4,717. aid Jaatas^ la ths 
lead-«tt polttSB for Red's flendee 

■tatloo, aaasg in the be-;' i-ri-rm- 
anoe of tfM 

Of lt7. 336. rti w ,,,n , 

total of 1.04B »■ • r. - f ptirvi,- 

a«e of n'"«rlv V- f N.-r,,;, .,; 

«n5 niso I,, • ■ .n. scoring games 

'\ \ " aad lit. fcr a 

tx>Ul of WU and a nve-fMM «V««ge 

of INL Scores fnllmr* 

iMn RM I i»ri 
INtoram ... i < ■ 

•••• 11* I'M :»<! 3<n ;«- i>«n 

••••• iSi la u« ISA it» a^i 

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LO>roON April as (C#).— Al- 
though hf :<! to a tie today by Chel- 
sea, the Arvnal won the F.i.r' h 
Socrer T/>a(.;iio chami>lon*hir> Hie 
•:nKlr- iMii;;! Mvsiiltlng from the 2-2 
cxn.r l ii vr Thr uiumers a lead whlch 
'.it. ix> .^'.'Tcoms twit nMk, sad 

of the season. 

Fighthig to the last ditch Hud- 
dersfleld Tova def e ated Blackburn 
Rovers. S-S. But ths Ounners hare 
a lead of three poaits Ofef HUd- 
dersfleld now. and the wont that 
can happen L*; to .sec thi,"; ■ .'-d '■> 

a single. If is tl;e sprond M^nr .u 
surrrs.sion '■.',f ' i: !!»"s : avr pro- 
duced a champ!" >t s! : > < ,even. and 
the third time l, ' ■ ' lub's history. 

Chelsea fought desperately, hav- 
ing their own worry about staying 
in the VUst Division. BhefXleld 
United, tall-end team, defeated 
Derby County In aaothsr dsspsidtt 
relegation battle. 

SHEFFIELD GOES DOWN 

The result of today's matches, 
with only one game left, was to 
leave Bheffleld at the bottom with 
thirty-one points, and Newcastle 

United next with thirty-four. New- 
ra.ifle down wltJi Rheffirld. 

f')i whedule ended today 

I \,4 's,n iiini:ingham and Liverpool 



\y !•■ •■ ,11, 
I , » ■. « f ,'1 



n:< oy 



n>ip<j)i)n of who goes up frc«n 
the aeoond DiTlaton along with 



OrlmSby Tova will be settled on the 
last match. Both Preston North 
End and Bolton, deadlocked for the 
honor won their home matches to- 
da\ 1' .)n beating FuUiaju, 2-0, 
and Bolton defeating Miliwall. 5-0. 

Manchester United, next In line to 
the doomed LInecda Citj outfit lor 
demoUaa to the Third Dtrlslon, held 
Swansea to ^ l-i tie. at home, and 
now have thirty -two points. Swan- 
,M ,1 ii.'id Mlllwall, the latter victims 
,i' li. :toii, are still in danger, each 
\k\\h thirty-three points. 

Norwich City were held to a 
scoreless draw at Southend United 
but the City .is dsfinltely going up 
from the Bootham Section of the 
Third Division. The problem of 
whether Bamsley or Chesterfield 
will gain promotion from the North- 
ern Section, however, remained un- 
solved. Both teams, having the 
same number of points, won their 
matdMg today by goody Buwgtai. 

■oomn fBAtoir aifDs 

GIJVSOOW, Aprtl as (CP).— The 
lonR Scottish soccer season ended 

t<Klay, except for a couple of odd 
Kanie.s. with (Un.sftow Itangers in 
I po.'i.ses.sion of the rhanipion.shlp for 
I'hf .S'-i oTi'I ■, r-.Tf- I,) .nircr.s,«;lon, and 
'n.'s.. r.r ..-•.'h Cup 

I with anoUier game left, Rangers 
j today defeated Hamilton to bring 
their margla oTtr ths sseoadoplMs 



Molherwrll outfit t.-> three [Kunts 
Moilicrwf;! had alicady tliushed aJid 
the club Ls en rf>ut.e to .South Africa. 

By Um sUm margin ol ooo point, 
it was dsflnttely dseided 
Laaark will go dowa to the Seeoad 
DlTlsloa al<mg with the luckless 

Cowdenbeath outfit Third Lanark 
won today, beating Partlck Thistles, 
3-1. to bring their polnt.R to 2.") But 
the Airdrie Club gained a point in 
1-1 draw with Ayr United, dad git 
a point ahead of iHNaik 

Albion Ro\<i a! c !);nfermllne 
wUl move up Into the First Division 
next sBMea. Itie Second-Division 
schedule was wound up when th' 
Rovers dsfeatad Dundee United. S-2 
for a point total of 45. Dunferm- 
line and Arborath had even points, 
but goal average favored ttM former 
team. 

Results follox' 

ENGL12SU LEAGUC 
nrst Dhrisloa 

Aston Villa 4, Weet BrsmwidI 4. 

Chelsea 2, Arsenal 2. 

Huddersdeld TOWa h, 
Rovers 3. 

Leicester City 3, Birmingham 7. 

Liverpool -Manche.vter City, un- 
pla\ed 

Portsmouth - MiddlesbrouKh, un- 
pla yed 

SheCtteld United 2, Derby Coun- 
ty 0. 

Stoke City 2, NewcasUe United 1. 

Sunderland 3, Bverton 2. 

Tottenham Hotspurs 4, ahcOeld 
Wednesday 9. 

Wolverhi) 2, Leeds United 0. 
Sr.oiid Divisien 

II II Wanderers .S. Mlllwall 0. 

Bradford 3, Southampton 1. 

Brentford 5, Lincoln 01^ 0. 

Burnley 1. Bury 3. 

Orlmsby Town 7, Blackpool 0. 

KSnchester TTBlted 1; ~ 
Town 1. 

Notts Forest 1, Bradford City 2. 

Oldham Athletic 7. Hull City 0. 

Plymouth Anyle 1, Motto Oeim 
ty 0. 

Preston North End 2. Fullmm 0 
West Ham United 1, Port Vale 0. 
Third Dtiiaiwn gslhi 

1, an wsh ot S. 



B.C. Golf Stan 
Busy Preparing 
For TournamaniB 



I 



OW iiaiiUajap golfors 

throughout British Co- 
lumbia are busy preparing 
theee days for the ananal pro- 
Tinddl champicnshlps, vnldi 
wUl be held on the Itekdaad 
this year. The women's toor« 
rament will take place at the 
'• : iciio C"' • ! ( "liit) from 
May 8 to i;, while the ni'v 
event is carded for the Q i 
chena Oolf Club. June 1 to 4. 
Secretary A. V. Price an- 
nouaosd yestsrdajr that the 
entries for the women's meet 

must be in the h.Tnds of the 
secretary of the Jericho Club 
bv 5 p 111 . May .S. whilf the 
men'.s entry ll.st will close with 
the .secretary of the QuUchena 
Club May 30 at the same hour. 
A large deputatton of local 
sharpdwotors Is e « |»oto< to 
go after koth erowBs. 




aoores in the three gsBMS viitl 
84-23. 47-30 and 87-30. 



bad day yesterday, was very much 
back on his game, with his fore- 
hand shots rsglstsrtag aiesl aflsc- 
ttvriy. 

BRILLIANT COMEB Ar K 
Van Ryn seemed off his game for 
the first threg gg|% Iwl gSgM kMk 

brllllanUy. 

Tht women^ singles also sffoidsd 
an upaet vtetory. Miss Sharp, an 
unrated plaMr. defsatlng Miss Win- 
thnv^ anttig Ha 18. s-l, IM. 



SCOTT'S SCRAPBOOK^ 



By R. J. Saat 



"SO » R» HI MATIt>N 

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Bristol Rovers 2. Newport 0. 
Cardiff City 0, Luton Town 4. 
Charlton Athletic 4. Brighton 3. 
Coventry City 8, Bristol City 0. 

Crystal Palace 4. Queen's Park 

Rangers 1. 

Exeter City 0. Northampton 

Town 2. 

nminp:ham Torqtiay United 3. 
Reading 4, Clapton Orient 0. 
Southend UailMl t. Horwlch 
City 0. 

Watford 4. Swiadon Itnra S. 

Third Division — Northern Se<!i .ii 

Accrlngton .Stanley 0, Barrf>w ■» 

Harn.<.Iey .S. Crewe Alexandra 2. 

Che '^rHeld 4. Carlisle Itnlted 0. 

DarhiiK'' >n (). Chester ^ 

Gateshead 2, Doncaster Rovers 4. 

HartlepoQig UWtod A, mrhsrtl— I 
United 0. 

MaaaflsM 'Imn %. Utm BrUb- 
ton 3. 

Rochdale 1. Stockport Oouaty 1. 
Tranaiers Rovers 8, Bsllfas 

Town 3. 

4, Walsan S/ 



Defeat U.S. First Ranking 
Players in Virginia 
State Meeting 

ROT SPKIMUa, Vs., April 28 

(AP). -Tlie men's sin;;!, s titllst of 

the Virginia State tennis touma- 
BMBt remalaad tmdetermlned to- 
night 

But WUmer Allison, of Austin. 
Texas, and Johnny Tan Ryn. of 

I'!:; lii.li'' , ' ,H \'!.n were due tn in^rt 

as the flnaiists, paired in the dou- 
bles finals to whip the nattoais first 

two ranking arr.ntfur?!, Wt%Ti 
.Shield. Of N«w York, aad Lsster 

LOS ingslss, i-T, d-l. 

J -6, fi-a. 6-4. . 

' Oaaes U a t loa of the singlsg tvsats 
became necessary when Shields and 
Stoefen showed up for the doubles 
match more than ni r. ; ; ite 
Whether the singles would be played 
off tomoctvr VMMtaMd undirtrtr i 

tonight 

UNK siivnr WINS 
Jane Sharp, of Pasadena, eom- 
pleted the wobmb'S slaglss title 
event by defeatiag Kathortao Wtn- 
throp. of Boston. S-8. g.L d-S. Mar- 
Josle Van Ryn, of Philadelphia, and 
Iflss Wlnthrop won the women's 
dOUkles event by defeating Miss 
Sharp and Florence Le BoutUlier. 
of Westbury. LI. 8-6. 8-6. and Miss 
."^harp and .Stoefen ux^k the mixed 

doubles title by (i' 'i I' .I;,- Mil; .., ,f 

Van Ryn and AlM-i.t, ? r, n > ; 

The men's doulile.- Ui.ni » 
gruelling match from start to finish i 
of the flvo seta StosUn, sfler at 



GOLF FACTS 

NOT THBORIBSt 



By ALKX MOKKISON 




ABOUT CMIN 



m ajr hurt artlela I suggested a 

simplified mental process for the 
swing without telling you how to 
bring about such a thing. All of 
whl< h might put me In the class 
with those who tell you, whenever 
afflicted with a fast baol w plgi , ^ 
trjra alowsrgao. 

Mating your chin back of the 
ball has a strong Influence on the 
physlr.il s'-Uon of your swing It 
has even a strcMiger influence on 
your mental 
swing. 

Your mental prooess Is bamcdi* 
ately aimpUfled when you thlak 
about your chin. Heaoe, **^<T«M««g 
<'>'''it yoor cam ggrrss a aMMe 

;>o«e. 

i 1 It more about the proper 
pouiting of y our chin and elimiaato 



•ooTtisH Laaovi 



First 

Aberdeen 2. Queen's Psrk 3. 
Alrrtrlennlaiis 1. Ayr United 1, 
Clyde 3. Queen of South L 
Dundee 1, Hibernians o 
Falkirk 2. KUmamock 3. 
Hearts 2, St. Johiuitone 1. 
Motherwell - Oowdeabeath. un- 
played. 

Raagcrs 4. ViatfltoB AeaiMBl- 

cals 3. 
St. Mlrren 1. Celtic 3. 
Third Lanark 3. Parttc& llllstle l 

Rerond Divlalon 

Dundee United a. AlMon 8. 
(Oaly iMae). 



-Bel 



Y WERE B^MD<; AND MAD MlM 
CARRY <riEM -to ^ FRAHCISCO 10 
MAKE 5URE He WA5 BCFICiaHT 

AND <RU^T'W0U1HV - A,'jSUPFO. CHf^ 

dVkVa HIM A RAILROAD INTfa^AS 



wrrti A. ^ 

SPIIIAI. 

CAR -fpAr X, 
For ime. »o>7 



IRISH s<)( ( I.R 
BEI.FA.ST. April 3S <CP> 

fast City Soccer Cup mstrkiss 
resulted as follows: 
DlstlUsry I, Ards I. 
liafisM d. Lgtas 1 
Dsrry % fHawsga t. 
rsswrr X OBftanvme 1 
Portadowa f. OnisralBS 1. 
Bangor^l, Olentorsa L 
ens. 



Riilt-T Lf-aKue 
LONDON April 28 iCP)— Wlgan 

won the chsmpionship of the Rug 
by League todur, beattag Ralford 
l»-3. la tts at Wartlagtwi. 



RodderaSeM Ig. Roll lUagstea o 
Hun n. WakeOeld TriaMy a 

a«kf tJalea 
LOMDOH. April Id (OP)/ 



Ahemvea 9. aeselvso 3. 
AbertlUenr 1, Ifsath ii 

Hartlepool Rorers 31 R F. Ua4e< 
Fifteen 14 
Crosskeys g. Uanclly 0. 




You Will Appreciate 
Our Moilerate Prices 
For Quality Clothes 



Only by 



particular about 



of clotlig, and the thdroughness of cut 
" and tailoring *r\<] Ut . . . can WE be 
. conhdent that we re selling; you clothes 

that will wear well and keep their smart- 
Mii. YottH Hkg oar fasssiiaUg pricgg 
Cir ^aaXtjr. CooM ia ani ask «i ist ths 
mmtf-utivd Spring aalgctions. 

J. WILSON 



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THE DAILY C<5LDNTST, VICTORIA, B.C. SUNDAY. APRIL 29, 1934 



17 



CHICAGO CAPTURES NINTH GAME IN TEN STARTS 




Klein Hits Fifth 
Home Run As Cubs 
Whip Carets, 7 to 1 



SPORT SNAPSHOTS 



Oiv«' 
1 



Irlu H Kine Hall in V i< lor\ Himikt 

<riaiit> \^ in <)v« r Hravrs — Hvt\ So\ 

rini Yank<'«*H Si'iialorn Rally lo 

^luoe Oul I'liiluilclphia Alhlelic8 



, . ! 'th 

Ml liliC 

U. E. 
7 2 
11 1 



NATIONAL LBAOUB 

' idC-AClO. April 28 fAP) 
ij.; 11 K stiiuv lilKhlv ffTrrtlW pltd)- 
iiiK tiy <'iiv Hush with Hti extra base 
hil H-s^aull on th«- I >< ;in brothers. 
Dizzy and PhuI, ilif C'ub.s dclcau-d 
the tit Ixmis c.iKlin.i'.s, 7 tiv ; mr 
their ninth victorv i; ;< i; k 
In the lourth. Klein iiu 
nm tt tlM awsun 
m. R. 

Bt Looto . . 1 

ChksMtO 7 

B«Uerie«r J. TVsn and W 
BlMb ai.d H. .:").'■• 

I'hiU »>U>p Uod^rrs 
PKO^ADELPHIA. April 28 (AP). 
— T%e Phillies came up with their 
second victory of the National 
Leafue season today, beatlnt the 
Brooklyn Dodgers, 10 to 1, In a free- 
hlttlni. loose fltldloc match, which 
MW Bine pfltehm tak* their turns 
onUMhlU. R. H. E. 

Brooklsm 8 8 3 

Philadelphia .10 14 2 

Batterlen: BenRe and Sukeforth; 
and J WUson. 

Ott's HeoMf Wiiw 
BOerON, April 28 (AP).— MelTln 
Ott, th« Jturdy right fielder ot the 
New To(t Oiants, provided the hlow 
that gave the world champkms a 4 
to 1 victory today In their first Boe- 
tnn appearajice of the season, and 
gave I^fty Carl HubbfU his Uilrd 
triumph on the hill 

Otf boitod a home run with two 
on III thf fifth inning to pro- 

vide tlic grand climax of a four run 
rally that brcAe up a southpaw 
pttehlng dual batwaen Hubbell and 

Mtw York 4 8 0 

. I » 1 

HubbeU and Rtehardi; 
Brandt and Hogran. 

Bad a Repulse pirated 

PrriWBUROH April 28 (AP) — 
Kmle "Schnozzle ' Lombardl's pinch 
single with the ba:,p.s full In the 
seventh Inning started Cincinnati 
to a four-run rally, which gave 
them a 7-4 triumph over Pitl'^ 
burgh'a Plratas today. a B. E 

OlndnnaU T M i 

Plttaburgh 4 10 0 

Battnka: Stout and OftereO; 
PNneh and Oraoe. 




HobbcU Scor 



res— Htchcr Carl HubbcU Scores a Run to Help Win His 
Ova taB Qaaa AgriMt tha Haplew PUMai. 



Oodirane and Fox netted Detroii 
Ha rana In tba third and fourth In 
ntaff. It H. E 

Cleveland ...... . Ill 

Detroit - 4 12 

nattertrs fl.u lrr and Pytlak , 

Bridges and Cocluane. 



LEAGUE 

R 



AMERICAN LEAGUE 
ST LOUIR. April 28 ( AP) — 
Oeorge Karnshaw nllowod only five 
hits, and the C^hicuss'o Wlute .Sox 
mil p;;i !irri and oulhit thf St. Louis 
Bri>wn.>, liere, today, lo win the de- 
layed opener of their series, 5 to 2. 

The Browns want up to the sixth 
inning without connecting with 
iw for a hit Thay bunched 
than, howam, to bring in 
ona run. The seeond Brown tally 
came in the ninth. Simmons hit 
a home run. R. H. E. 

Chicago 5 13 0 

Bt. Louis 2 5 0 

Batteries; Eamshaw and Ruel; 
Mtwaom and Hem.sley. 

Yankees Beaten 
NEW YORK, April 28 (AP).— 
Gordon (Dusty) Rhodes shut out 
the Yankees up to the ninth inning 
today, whlla RuMel VanatU'i wlld- 
naaa gave tha Bad ■« three runs 
Id Um turd and a 4 to S victory. 

R. n. E. 

Bo,st/)n -.- 4 7 1 

New York 3 7 1 

Batteries Rhodes and flmtU; 
Vanatta and LMckey. 

Senator* Nose Oat A'a 

WASHINGTON. April 28 (AP) — 
Jimmy Foxx picked a propitlou.<! j 
mooMnt today for his third homer 
of the aeason. macking the ban 
over tha right flaM fanea whan the 
baMB ware JamsMd with Athletics, 
but Waahlngton*! reviving Senators 
came back with a rally that won. 
7 to 8. R H E 

Philadelphia 6 8 

Washington - 7 8 l 

Batterle.s r-iin and Hayes; 
Thonas an' 

Tlgert Keep Lead 

DETROIT. April 28 (AP) — The 
Detroit Tigers maintained their lead 
tn tha Aaieriean League today, de- 
ftatlng tha Cleveland Indian^ 4 to 
1, before a crowd of 14,000. 

Hard -hit singles by a«hrlll|nr,{ 



INTERNATIONAL 

Montreal. 1; Air , : 
BufTalo. 3: Baliuaure, 16. 
Toronto. 4; Newark, 1. 

Rochfv'c- « <■■ ■■,. • 7 

COAhl LLAOtE 

PORTLAND. April 38 (AP).— 
Hollywood -hamniered acroH , three 
runs in the tenth inning of the 
second game to win a double-header 
from Portland here today and take 
a three -to-nothing lead In Ihr serle.s 
Hollywood won the flrit name. 7 to 
4, aiKl the .v?cond. 6 to 3. 

Portland shoved across two runs 
in the ninth to tie the score, but 
the Stan then fell on Peterson, who 
was called on to top off both games. 
I n tha flntt g ama Petonon, rookie 
lEmflr, HiH wQFVOU ISBRHm the 
last two innings, and then was called 
back to the mound In the eighth 
inning of the nightcap. 

First Oame— R H E 

Hollywood .......... 7 1.! 1 

Portland — 4 9 4 

Batteries: Sheehan, Quinn and 
6asce; Kalllo, WUson, Peterson and 
Cox. 

■SaooBd Oama— R. H. S. 
HoUywood • • 0 

Portland 3 11 3 

Batteries: Page. D*n.<(more and 
BaMlar; Turpln, r and Oox. 

Tndlanit H' lini 
TAC-iiM\ A;.:;: :.H (AP). — The 
Mission:) tin)k ilif ic.iil in their Coaat 
League sene.s with .Seattle, three 
games to two. by winning today's 
game here. 6 to 3. The Bells got to 
Pitterer for three runs in both the 
sixth and Mvaath Innings. 

R H, K. 

Ml.wlons 8 13 0 

2 9 1 

r torles: Cunningham. Lieber 
I and uuggaa; Pitterer, OaMar and 
Botuu-lnl. 

Rally FalU Short 
LOS ANOBLES, April 28 (AP) 
Lois Angoles stemmed Sacramento .s 
nlnth'innlng rally today to beat the 
Senaton, 6 to 8, and elinoh their 
fourth conMOUtiva aeries of the 1934 
. eason and their nineteenth straight, 
including thoee ot the whirlwind 
finish to annex the pennant last 
Pall. Fay Thomas, Angolcs' .speed- 
ball hurler. won his fifth coa-.ecu- 
tlve victory cf tlie .sea-soti. although 
he retired in the ninth. R. H. E 

Sacramento .......... 5 9 1 

Los Angeles 8 8 2 

Batteries: Koupal and Wirt^; 
Thoma^ Hanshaw and O. Campbell. 
Seals Defeat Oaks 
SAN FRANCISCO. April 28 (AP). 
—The .Seal.-i took a 3-2 edge In th'-lr 
series with the Oaks by defeatiiu; 
them hero today. 9 to 5 
team put over .six 
Inning when they drove Larry 
Oiiiick to the ahowaiB. B. H. E. 

Oakland 5 t 1 

San Francisco 0 10 

Battailes: 01IUek.CMilaa. 
Woodall. 




WE PICKED THE 

WINN 





WHiEN wf starfed in the bui»ine5.s of selling clec« 
trie refrigerators, we realized that our rcpuUtion 
would be tacked up alongside every refrigerator we sold. 
We wanted to be linked up with the L£ADi:RS ill 
the electric refrigeratlM mdlUCry. So WB ttOllitd tfet 



Fumble!— Players in Cambridge vs. All-East AU-Star Kugby 
to New York Bcratobk for a FwnbM BaO. 



Game 




Becuisf we siiucft-lv [>rlieNe ilut NX cstingiumNC ii 
the hrsf re f t tgrrjtor jnd the finest we t .lo I'tttr 

our mstoinrrs . . . (>ft jnsc \m- kiKiu tti.it tlir W rst 
inglioiise IS Iniiit tor LIM ! I ML operation v. itlumt ser- 
vur or jtirntion . . , and because everv \X estmghouse 
Dual-aii t o m a hf Reiti^ctator aukca fcicnda for ttfdi and 
for tha pctaea who adla k. 

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Foul, Strike Onel— The New York Gi.uits* CUiher Prepares to Cstch 
a Foul Tip Hit by i Phil and Change it into an Out. 



I hire Komonen to 
Become CatntiVum 
CkiMen Shortly 

SUDBURY, Ont, Aprfl 28 
(CP) -Dave Komonen. the 

carpenter who makes mara- 
thon running a hobby, prob- 
ably will carry the Maple Leaf 
Into Olympii; inarath<m con- 
tests hereafter. The "Plying 
Finn." winner of the Boeton 
Marathon, applied for natur- 
aUsation paper.i here today. 
Next week the papers will be 
sulmiltted for con.sideration 
by Dominion nuthorities Ko- 
'r • 1 working as a carpen- 
ihe FYood Mine, came 
: < ( .mada five years ago but 
had been unable to Join the 
Canadian Olymple t^am to 
Los Ahgelee beeauie he waa 
not naturallied. 





naimo on the letter's grounds two 

weeks ago, and the splendid form the 
team in nov.' showing. It Is not antici- 
pated that L::dy.smlth will have anv 
irouble In winning the paints. Na- 
naimo is noL to b? underrated, as 
they have been training hard and 
will be out to trim their atroog 
rivals at any cost. 



Remember Wbea 



(Twenty-Five Years Ago) 



Sam Langford, the heavyweight 

P'jgllist. failed from New York yes- 
trrday on tho Steamer Deutrhland, 
Tlie home '"'' '-'Ji'don. wh"re. on the nlRht of 
run.s in the first l^^^f l^^rby Day. May 24. he will figlit 
Ian HnKue for the chaniplon.shlp ol 
EiikIhikI On till- .amc .steamer went 
along Jimmy Walsh, lae bantam- 
weight champion, who will meet 
Digger Stanley, the Englishman, be- 
fore the Neaaau Shooting Club, oi 
London, in a championship bout at 
the new revlaed ftigUeh bantam- 
weiiht limit of lit 



Oreater Interest is being taken in 
the soccer game at Ladysmith next 
Sunday between Nanaimo and the 
home eleven. The contest will prob- 
ably be the last one for Lady.smith 
3 |m the I.slniid Leaffur series thi> year 
for .should the home team tlif'\ 
^111 I lien come into posse.ssion of the 
I ui l rhainpion.shlp and then play 
off with the Mainland champiions 
for the British Ooluu^la Cup. 
Should Nanaimo wte, however, the 
two teams would be tied and a 
play-off match necessary to settle 
the Island honors. In view of the 
eaiy wto Ladysmith had over Na- 



MORE AND MOAE 

PEOPLE ARE 



The five -man team competition, 
the chief event of the first British 
Columbia bowling congress, which 
came to a conclusion last night on 
the Pender AUeyi, in Vancouver, 
after three days of aucceaeful play, 
was won by a Seattle team, the E. 
N. Brooks A Company, n srjuad 
which carried the honors by !..pp;in\- 
the pin.s for a total of 278.') I'wo 
trams, the H.xsil Stars, of .Seattle, 
and ti^e C;\pUalv. of Victoria, rolled 
gff yesterday afternoon, but they 
did not begin to touch the team.^ 
flnLihlng later on. The Vancouver 
Terminals were second, the Rubes 
and Jays, of Seattle, third, and the 
Vancouver Ad Spares a eloae. Bob 
Scott won the alnglee with 644. and 
the doubles title went to Charlie 
Steers and Marsh Hodge, with a 
score <rf 1175, thirty -one pins better 
than their cloeer rtvala. 




The final game of the Bnglish bil- 
liards handicap tourney was held 
last night at the Bnpreas Hotel, and 
prove to be a keenly-fought affair, 
B. J. Perry winning from P. Saund- 
f rs hv the narrow margin of twenty - 
fr ir points. Both players showed 
consistency with the winner taking 
10 lead In the late stages to take 



Trapehooten will head for the 
• wood traps this morning, at B:30 
o clock, to continue competition in 
the three trophy shoots. The clay 
artists will be competing In the 
Colonist. Wenger and Wilson & 
Lenfesty Cup events, and some keen 
competition la expected. Ammiml- 
tion may be aaenrad on the ground. 
Non-members of the Victoria Oun 
Club who are Intere.'^ted in the 
.<<port are invited to atteiul and take 
purt in the special events. 



FEAIURE 



Favorite Beats Out Onrush 
by NecK at Tanforan— 
New Sun Third 



.SAN imUNO. Cal., April 28 (AP). 
— Bonrdwalker. the favorite, won the 
Oakland Handicap and a $785 purse 
la the feature race today at Tan- 
foran track. Onrush was a neck be- 
hind, and New Sun was third. 

J. Maihen. up on the winner, re- 
served the mare off the pace, and 
on the stretch moved her up on the 
outside to win on the last atride. 
Daily Newi set the early pace, then 
New Sun took the lead, relinqulih- 
ing to Onrush during the race. 

Tl'.cre were oniv four entries. The 
Winner paid $4 20 and $2.60 to place 
and Onrush paid $3.80 to place. 

Beard walker covered the mile and 
a furlong in 1 mlnuto and 53 seoonds. 

Re.sult.s follow 

r:r4l H:ic(- nui- 'nllet 

Babv Biinr iVai.Mll. 114.00 14.40 13. W 

Ooldrn Knliht (Buma) 1.30 3 40 

Larry Shot iMalben) 3.00 

Timp. 1 41. Alio r«n Crourn P»I. 
I^rmmrdoll. Borondl, Lacy Lad. Carl B 

Second RkCfl — ^Plve and oiMrhaU furlontc 

Carmrl (Thornton) lit JO W.40 M.M 

Old KIcktpoo (Roien- 

(•rten) I.M 3 sn 

BwKty (NachaU 7 40 

Timr. 1 0(1 Alro ran Wd He frnflon. 
SUrven Prlrtr. r)"ii Alvrn l.nijonrc. Mrarfow 
King. Royal Chrl. Mlsi Uartirr. Ulanoru. 

Third Race— SpreckeU conrM: 
Knlfht'a Cap (Graraon) ..tO.SO 34.00 13 SO 
Silk Coverlni (Thornton) . ... tm 8 00 
Bill Andy (Turk i ( 00 

Time. Ml Also ran; Oarntt B . 

Del Wallei. tsaoe M.. Mote. Kaek Velvet. 
NauchtT Pat, Vers Orofton. Brlmaty, Bat- 
(ftir Maid 

Fniirlh Harf Six furloncii 

Dunra iBiirimi 131 80 114 00 17 30 

Prlaco Brllii iMcCown) . . . 10.80 8 30 
Bal Sir iWinininiO 8.00 

Time. 114?'. Ai«o ran: PoUy Oiaktn. 
Red Cnmrl. .Ininv Cal, TOO lIlMh Talk. 
Copt. Fried. Bad Boy. 

Fifth Race— atx furleoM: 
Wichita City (Burnt) . . .tll.SO 34 00 tlSO 

Alochlna (Lontdoni 3 30 3 80 

Bud Broom (Qraynoiii . 2 80 

Time, 1:13. AUo ran. John Bane, Chief 
Almtren. Maiol. 

Sixth Race— Mile and oae-elvhUi; 
Boardwnlkrr iMalbrn) ...14.30 M.M ... 

On n\i«h i(".r»y.«oni S.li 

New Sun i Baker) 

Time, l;6t. Ala* ran: Daltv Neva. 

Beventb Rae»— MUe and oM-half: 

Duranao 'UrCowni 11.10 $4.40 13 30 

Publication iNiirhali 4.80 7 HO 

Royal Julian (Lorlnt) 3.40 

Tims, a:Ot. Alas ran: Opiias. Ms4tam 
QiMcn. 

Clihth Rae»— MUo sad one-nlxleenth: 
Fortune i PavoTlta (lie* 

Cownl tS 00 14 30 14 30 

Salt (Roaenisrtta) 3.40 3 40 

Hal Owyer (Danleta) SOO 

Time. I 47 Alas Tsa: VaUsT 8081, aavr 

Mash. Blunder. CmM INMOV, WSIOllBSfk. 

Sam tlllmcirr 

Wra'.hrr rl'-.-ir Irmk tn ' 





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p. IS. Pro'Amateur 
Golf to Be HM 
At Seatth Club 



SXATIU, ikprU 91 (AP).— 
Hw Paelfle TIarthWMt Pro- 
Amateur Oolf Tournament 
will be held on Friday. Sep- 
tember 14. at the Seattle Oolf 
("lub T. .iitTiarTient Chair. nan 

' • * • of the Partfir 

^ 'Uiwcst Proteaitonal OoU- 

ers' 



OVRaNKillT f.NXaiLS 

Plrat Race- One mile: 

Utile Arcount 

Monltunk \ 

Shortaae 

Coppertown 

Dlapeller 

Plum Hllli 

Wee Spider 

Irlah Peer 

nk River 

Serond Race— Spreckel* court*: 

Oalllneta 

Don Luecro ...•..•••.•.•«.•••••,. 

Call to Arrna 

Brona Park 

Barbadoea 

Dodle 

Short Price 

Lion Cub 

War Over 

Uatlliw 

Cynara . 

r'.-*neh Baky 

Thicu nae> 0B8 mUi: 

De Swaaey . . . . 

Clarabel A 

OUa 

Sone ^.a,,........ 

■tin Thrill* 

F«lr Orb 

GernrM 

Poiir'.h Race — One mile. 

Major LsmphMr 

Twitted Thrvada , 

Rf-ral Wave ■ 

Pop 

5an Ramon 

rmr? Street , 

An« rola 
Fifth 
Ron 

Proud Bins 

t^dy Riaf ...••«..««•.■«,«,,«,«,,,,. 

Weelire 

nnr» Arreaa 

Bit Moon 

.Sixth Race epicckrla cotUM: 

<A> Bcnaall 

Hum 

(Ai Mareeiu 

Prlnee Heather 



Ue and or.e-e1slem(h' 



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100 
111 
111 
118 
108 
100 
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Mui-H vvk Loop 

SPENCERS. lenRue cham- 
pion;;, and the Ciarri.son 
eleven will attempt, for the 
second time, to settle their 
semi-final round match In 
the McKay Shield series in 
the mld'Week soccer loop on 
Wednesday afternoon at the 
Royal Athletic Park. In their 
la.st, fixture the .squads bat- 
tled to a 2-2 deadlock after a 
KirnI, fiRht The winners will 
riicf't Hudson's Bav in the 
fmnl Another twin hill will 
feature the card, the Bayi aiMl 
Navy dashing to an eihfti- 
Uon gaoM to lha apfocr at 
9:M. 



Prlaky Matron 131 

(A) Meadowbrook entry. 

Seventh Race— Two mllet: 

nablna H , 100 

NuTe Alta 100 

Northern Water 110 

Mopeco 110 

Super Fellow 100 

Mallcloui 107 

Elahih Race idllo and oovoaty ysrd« 

Let Hrr Play 103 

Banru Ill 

Poor Pan 107 

Atcinea m*; 

Prank K. lo; 

PtI«b , 103 

Comradeihlp 187 

explode 103 

Mary Bane 103 

etmpla ataeor 107 

NACIW *««*a>e(*e»#e*e*ea«»«e*><* \9tt 

FrftBk O 'SVf 




A fOOT-BVl ' 

It It perhapa wan that the golfer 
realises that "the rules of golf were 
made for genUemeo" as Um crusty 
aM ceto ml daclared.' Othwlee 

.V)me strange pieces of equipment 
might f)nd their way Into players' 
kits. .Some (jolfers miRht U\kf nxes 
wlUi them to cut down Interfering 
trees and biushe.s; others woukl 
iavor acythao for use in tlie tall 
ttneat. B«t there are golfers who 
wonder If their kU should net to- 
clude a tape meastire or laidimck- 
The reaaon Is that It Is dtflkuH to 
cletennine when urder the rules » 
ba'I 1'. ' on tlir p'l ' .r k' ' <■>■'. 

Fffatimahly there ia 



thing which the Rules of OoU leave 
to the aenae of fair play and good 
judgment of the player, for cer- 
tainly there is little chance of the 

average player clecldlnR alw.iys be- 
yond doubt that hi.s ball is in.side 
or outside of that magic circle. And 
being inaide or outside of that 
radlua doea make a difference. 

In competitive play if a referee 
has been agreed upon or has been 

appointed by the committee In 
charge, his decision In any dispute 
i.s final Therefore It would be for 
thai official to .say whether or not 
a ball lie.s wiLl.in or without the 
twenty yard limit But how Ls the 
referee to mea.sure it? If he "pace.s" 
the distance, there will be a.s much 
difference between ttoe length of 
referees' paosa as there is between 
Individual refereei. yet H may make 
a great difference to tlie player if 
his ball, which lies flfty-nins feet six 
tnche-s from the cup. Is ruled Within 
the twenty-yard limit on one occa- 
.slon, while next time. If the ball lies 
sixty feet and six inches cILstant It 
is still ruled within twf^ntv >:ird.s 

This matter of distance from the 
cup is Important in competitive play. 
If certato things occur when a ball 
is played from wlthto twenty yards 
of the hole, penalties at lam of the 
hole In match play or two ctrokM in 
medal play are Incurred. 

A "club lenirth" la generally con- 
.'.idered to be three feet, but I* every 
player* club thr-^e feet long? If it 
were, it would only be necessary to ^^^^ 
measure twenty club lengths fromj — 
the cup to establish when a ball liesljaet m<..I' 
on "the putting green." U the di.' > 
tanee la to be paeed th we It i 
guanuHee of correet meaMrtment 
and a penalty which might be 
charged agalast a player through 
faulty mea-suremcnl of this distance 
mav r<^f him the hole or the match. 

Few players are going to carry 
tape measures with them a.^ t>art of 
iheir goifiiw kit. despite the fact 
that there Bie times wlien a guess 



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Allilt'lic 



1 1 



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from the chib-head. Thm fm 
decide the problem. < 
Meat nrwlue Over a 




NATIONAL UEAOVK 

Won Loet Pet. 



chloafo 9 1 

New Tort 7 a 

Boeton 5 4 

Pittsburgh 4 4 

Brooklyn 4 5 

Cincinnati . S 6 

St. Loul;, ......... a 7 

Philadelphia a 7 

AMERICAN LEAGUE 
* • • Won Lost 



joe 

.77t 

iSfl 
.SOO 
444 

233 

aaa 



I ..oil.... f n«i*n.l I. rrwmrAm^ at 

1 . . . ( . T, n t« .tar t' . - • r ping- 

billurd* anS rrlckrt wUh — aeaal 



withto at*. IneiMB of each othgr at 
their ncareet potots. the ball nearer 
the hole may be lifted while the 
other baU Is played. If Ibeae two 
belli are even a fraction of an inch 



over six inchai apart they must be 
whtohtoaeverallnchealongorshortlpi.yed as they lie in mat^ play, 
on dtrt a nea may be onfalr. in one -ny. gtvntile measure U also us^'ful 
club the writer haa noted that all for determining when a loose Im- 
fia«stta:ks are exactly ste feet tn| pediment .» within alx Inches of a 
length T1 • a simple matter player's ball If It is. and the ball 
since the flags; u k provides a fair moves after the Impediment has 
measure Ten times the If-ngth been touched or moved by the PlaiW 
of the flaastlrk is the distance fromj or his side, a penalty ct 

"" *■ Ic InCtOTBd. 



IVtroit 

Cleveland 

New York ... 

Bofiton 

WashiiKttBn . 
Philad^Ma . 

Chlcafo 

St Lama . 



4 
I 
• 

B 
4 

3 
2 



7M 

571 



2 
3 
4 
4 
• 
6 

a J75 



OOAR LIAOUl 

Won Lc»i P< t 



Loa Angeles . ' . 


21 




mn 


Missions 


17 


0 




Ban PrancLsco - 


14 


1 1 


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Hollywood .......... 


11 


i:i 


4'.8 


Sacramento ........ 


11 


14 


440 


Oakland ............ 


11 


IS 


433 


Seattle 


10 


Id 






• 


It 


3 


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A(;i 


t. 



Won Lost 

RrKheKter .......... g t 

Newark ............. f 4 

Montreal 4 4 

Toronto a 3 

ABiany a 3 

Baltimore 4 6 

Syraeuae a a 

a • 



Pet 

Tit 



8 i 



50t 



the cup to the edge of "the putting 
green" aa detennlnad toy the Itnlea 
d Oolf. 



If your Club hae not cut tta flag- 
sticks to an even six feet to length 




B o far as stymie maaMMMal is nrvl vr.', ri,, riot wish to carry a yard- 
ooneemed, the player ia aMUDy pro , ,,1, ,„ measure, but do wUh 

tect.e<l Xff the feet that stymie m^-as- i,, t,<- rftain of the twenty-yard dis- 
iirr s marked on the arorecard i ' ;*Thap« you have one club 

■ •" lil'-h he 1.S pU-, .MB ir i: juat three feet long, or you 

the MUiA, OB Um p«tUD| fracn, tteiean SMUli A 



FOOTBALL MEETING 

An in.ix)rtant meeting of the 
Wednesday rootbaU League will be 
held tomorrow BtaM a* Om TJCXIJk. 
at t o^alock. MiapieB from aS 
to 



for the grand alml mi aai 
tatlon of trophies wffl be dl 



Aptly P.xplalned Utile Brother: 
"I never can t.ell which is 'd' and 
which U b . - UtUe SUter. ' That a 



Music Festival Will Open Tuesday 



Eighth Annual Festival 
Of Music Focusses All 
Eyes on City Th is Week 

CompetltMni From AU Parts of Britkh Coliialiia 
I Ni%fclmrtBg AnMHen Toww iltoMag to 
Talw Part Great Evcat Which Op«M 



I 



j 13 yrnrs. accompiiiiied by boy or girl 
.under 12 years, preliminary and 
(final CompeUng for c«rtincate8. 
To be judged tHA a tettiii. ' A Frcisty 
MoriilriK" iltowlt-yi llonald McDon- 
jald, Phyllljt Hick. Michael John 
Groves. Brenda Woodward; Alan 
Carter. Dorothy Puller; Bobbjr WU- 
kliuon. PbyUU Hick; BUlyD«B|Mey, 
Dorothy TvUer; Ronald Noel Bar- 
ker, PhyllLs Hick 

C'la,v> 57 Vix-a! .Solo Hoy over 12 
vt-ars, prclinunary and final.. Com- 
piliuK loi certincate "Worship' 
iStaii/ordi Leslie I)<niKlai Clarke. 
Rex Ja<-k.son. Howard Barnett, 
Mdit McQlenan. Charleg Rhodes. 
Ctea Davtes. Walter Orovndon. 
Bobcrk MaVta. fktor H. 



Handsome Trophies Awaiting Winners 



tan. 



N all essentials, arranpements for the eiii^hth annual Vir 
tona Mu&ical Festival are now complete, and all is in 
r«i d i n wt for tho •frmaoini five daya' c owiptlttotw that 

begin promptly at 9 o'clock in Tuesday mnrnin^; While tlie 
contests will be in full swing all day at the various festival 
auditofluma. th« formal opantng will not taha plaea iintn Tuaa- 

flay evening, when Mayor David Lcemin^ will extend greet- 
ings to the adjudicators, competitors and all others concernad 
with thia »aJor ayuaical avant of tha yaar. 

with a comlderabTy larger entrylMmpc^tlon will take place on Trl- 
ll»t than last year the Fftstlval will <l»y nlfht at th<' First United 

i:'>l ' n'.y be in.ir : i i'.c: f.s' ai^; to the Churoh; al.sfi the Kl! L' 1 hi,: contest,' LeMaiU'iaii 
f(>iit<Nld!i:.\, n ;• I , the !; sti nliiK ^"^""'f ^''^ hve <!,ti.t« m \\h;.h is ! i Vancuir. ci 



publw H.S V. • , .■■.;)i< ii(!!il ihf Viincouver Hini,..n .-. !1. 

gratiime.s an- K'"i'.in:< i il r >!• i he pan\ ( iirLs' Chou . llie Vi 
evrnlngfl. A-s l.s cu.xloinu',. these ^* * .'"'ir. .St. Mui i{,'U el s .S 

concert.^ will take place ui the Fir.st | Vicluna iichool of Kxpression 
Unltfd C hurch each night with the Mount Newton High School. 



HI Ve ilni Pi cpai atory , 
pieliiniii;ii V and tiiiah Competing 
for ceriituate iSojuj of the .Sea- 
aheU" (KrogniaiiK Percy Boornian. 
Phyllia Ooing, Marie LouUe Vowl -.s. 

Feriuioii. Morley Mash 

). 

Olaas M— Ykdin: Intermediate: 
preliminary and flnal. Coiiu>eting 
for certificate. ■ .son i»\r.,i m d" 
'Schubert). r;.i.. :<hne i' MeilM. 
Ellen Bray^!;,! \ MmiUvii .Mui Ma 
-son iHe.Ttt'.i V^■ iNli I. U'AihKi! M 
H--. tor Uuiiih.i! ! 
Kl ii! h .Aiule; .•, .n 



and 



Harry Brawn. John Down 



excfpuon ol Saturday, whea the 
grand flaale will Uke plaaa at the 
Royal VMatla llMatn. 

Tbmt wa 1M oOmt vary Interest- 
inv profraaaAias, however. The Sat- 
urday afternoon contest In th* City 

Temple .%;! > :;,! attract hundreds. a.s 



The following syllabus ahows in 
detail the events of momlBg; after- 
nooo and evening each <tagr. with 
the names of the eaaapatttoca in each 
clau. The following audltorltmu 
are being used for the various events : 
First United Church — Choral. 



the six baiul.s .4 111 com[>eLe KiLsi- vocal and Junior strings (All eve- 
lano Boys. Vancouver (Hrls, We.sl'ning ."se.sslorts except .Satiird!^y > 



Vancouver School, Vancouver Juve- 
niles. 'Hie Dally Puiiin, i- aiul the 
New WeAtmlnfiter Junior Also at 
the City l>HBple that .i::c:noon will 
be heard the oompeutlon between 
the Royal City Orchestra and the 
Yakima City Orchestra. The cor- 
net olaM, wkh Is ahraia a popu- 
lar oontest. will taka ^aaa m Batar- 
day afternoon. 

The syllaba.s Is so arranged that 
all adult choir conte.^tjs will take 
place In the evening, at th« Plr.st 
United Churcli. The *n'rle; mi all 

Choir c1h.v-i'.s haw y . 

Xying. The large church choirs' 



First BaptLst Church - Piano 
strings and elocution. 

City Temple — Orchestras and 
bands. 

Victoria High School — Polk 
danetng. 

Royal Vletorla nMatra-Flttal ses 



' The Sylhbns 

TiirN<lav. May 1 
HK> I I M I Kl> t til Hi II 
Mo; i t ' '11,9 o'clock 
Judges: Dr peic\ Hull and Profes- 
sor ColUnKwixxl. 
Class 63— Vocal Solo: Boy under 




Class 95— Instrumental Trio: Jun- 
ior (Violin, 'cello and piano); pre- 
liminary and flnal. Onmpating for 
Un. J. O. Cameron Cop. "Minia- 
ture Trio- (Op. Ill) (OurUtt). 
Harry Brawn, Prank Brawn and 
Marv P,,Mv\ii, Vancou\' ■ M,i.r> 'i 
ChesUa Tilo, Amhey, .'vl,i,.;^ unvl 
Adel P ui rnore (Nanaimoh 

Class 93 ^ Violoncello Solo: Inter- 
mediate; preliminary and final. 
Competing for certificate. "Melo- 
dle " (Op. 14) (W. H. Squire). Nancy 

Kyle M I 1 F''"|.''i' on 

FlHiir JUAPlIi>r CULKCH 




An imp<xsln(f display of .Mlver rup.s 'for hitfhe.st 
shleld.\, ImjaIs and oLhei prize-, 'o bt .t.'i iuul S"! 
presented (iuiltiK the eoinUin Aeek FleU'llf 
to Uip winners m Itie vaMou.s . i,i.vie.s marks m 
'h ,11:11 I, ii V'!' ! >nn .Musi <'liusse.s. 



Bros for h; 

ali in.struinental 



lie.st 
.solo 



. ai 



NOTE: A Willis Grand Will He I scd Ex- 
cltisivcly During the Kcstival for the Piano 
Classes in the First Itapti 



The Trend Is to the Guiadian Piano With a 
Name • . . and Why Not? 



WILUS PIANOS 

ARE 100% CUUNAII 



For over sixty years we have been succc-s.sfully 
manufacturing high-grade pianos excltisivcly. 

Leading educational institutions, universities, col- 
leges and atcademies throughout the Dominion, 
those to whom ia entnistcd the education of young 
people, chpoae piaaoa from the Willia Hue. 

Our piano salens are In all the principal citiea 
from coaat to odaat 

Make our warerooms in Victoria your headquar- 
tera durinf the Festival. You will be made wel- 
come. 



WILLIS PIANOS LTD. 



720 Fort Street 

Htt4 orn<« mm4 TmHrnw Si 
ael« Oaaa41aa ItapnMtaUM fw 



* »Malla 



Judge, llr. HMOUM F. Dunhill 

Class 67 — Pianoforte Solo: Jun- 
ior. Kii'L'-; preiiin : : ;,i : . and linal. 
Competing for en ; ihi ;(ie. "Pawles 
Wharf e" (Farnby i. Oeorglna Dow- 
day, Jeanne Thomber, Mildred 
Graham, SheUa IfcAlllster, Mary 
Bevan-Pritchard, Enid Mary Wat- 
son, PhyllLs Mary Maddock. Qlad- 
Wyn B< a.-.;i , M irtone M' (" >n;iell. 
Alice M, tjua;, .e. .June Bvi om, Mar- 
tha Fergiison, Jean S< of; Margaret 
Worth, Orsa-Marle i H. iv'ia'i, Anne 
Clemency Ord. 

Class 65 — Pianoforte; aolo: Pii 
mary, girls; preliminary and final 
Competing for certifloate. "The 
Butterfly" (Richard WaHhew). 
Tlielma X. Rolfe, Dorothy McVie, 
Kathleen MrKlerahan, Margaret 
Reld. Olga I' ■ Olady.s M. 

Rawlin>{.s, l-'! "i.i:',' Howley, 

Mar^arpl M'' i ;. , Miiiaii Miller. 
I '.Vr.;r. I ' . j. Winifred Denl.se 
1 Menzles, Nancy Kyle, 

tiheua .M. .Arthur. Oloria Simmons. 
Margaret Ursula Scoular, Myra 
Batchelor, Muriel Mercer, Muriel 
Craig, Mary T. Carman, Oweldolyn 
Oibte. Vera Marsh, Dorcas Mulr, 
Jean Straight. ISsle Vantrelght, Sna 
Constance Lovlck, Lucy Thomas, 
I Jean Murdoch, Winifred Moorhouse. 
Kathleen sobieraWt^ MaikB Jayn- 
on Skellern. 



seen at the 
h ' cii' -line • he Window of 
Messrs. Fletcher Broa.. Ltd.. Douglas 
Street Among the most coveted of 
these la the Rose Bowl, for the win- 
ner of the vocal solo competition, in 
wliich the winners of all past vears 
contests In the same section are al- 



w. c. Nlchol Shield, for highest 
marks aacorad to daaMa 1 Ca 10, 

inelusiva. 

Columbia Sdhbel of .Mosle Cup, 
for highest marks secured in Classes 

SB, 97. 38, 40. 43, 44, 46 and 48. 

W':iu PiHMo Companv cuj) f .i 
'UKhe.st mark.s .secured in ( ,ri.s.s*'.s H.: 



18 and II. 

S. F. Tolmle Cup, for Saanich 
scbpol aboir ob(alnli« hlglMit aMTka 
InOtaasas. 

D,t;ig!it-e;s of England Challenge 
Cu;>, ofien 'o winners in pianoforte 

.si ili 1 ( la.vses, p 
Nus. 62 to M. 



'I" 



lowc'O .XI. ■r:.j will be - . 

awarded on .SKturdai iilKht at th:' Tlnie.s Printing <^ HubhstunK Com- 
v.wa- .iiice:' ;,• the Hoval Victoria pany Cup, for hlKhe.st marks .secured 



On I. he .same (K-casjon the 
nah Challenge Cup for 



riu a' I e 
A. K .sc! 

Winner of the string ensemble, the 
Victoria Bums Chi» GbaUenge 
Shield for vtBMr oC adult male 
voice choir class. The Daily Colonist 
Challenge Shield for the winner of 
the ladles' choir contest, will be 
awarded. 

In the above picture all these tro- 
phies are shown. oOMia in ttia col- 
j lection being: 

I Mrs. James Dunsmuir CuiK for 
j highest marks seOUI«d Itt Olaiaai 13 

j to 26. Inclusive. 

Victoria School of Expression 
Cup; for highest marks secured in 
ClaaMa 14 and M. 
John lAchaal Wilfrid Ord Cup, 



FIR8T UNITED CHI RCH 
Afternoon Session, 3 oClock 
Judgai, Pr o fessor OoUingwooH and 
Dr. Parey HulL 
Clau IS— brada 1 Chotrs: Pre- 
inary and flnaL (a> "Little Bo- 
I' "p" fJohn Longmire); (b) Own 
seie 'ion Quadra School. Margaret 
Jenkins School, Oaklaods SchooL 

PBST immD OBua^ 

Class 14 — Grade 3 Choirs: Pre- 
liminary and final, (a)- "Little Bo- 
Peep" (John iMtiKinlrri, ib) Own 
selection CoiiiiM't iior obtalninK 
k . Ill ( '..Ls-sr-s I.i iiiii! 1 4 
' .:, ij' a .11 (led 1 he I )a\ I'l ; -p" m , .1 
Ltd . ChallenKe .Shield, 11. -a :.■ . ' 1,;, 
Spring Ridge School. (Quadra 
Scl^l, Sir James Douglas School, 
Margaret Jenklnj^ School, Tolmle 
Public School. Spring Ridge School. 

OLua ift-Orade 3 Choln: Pre- 
limlnaiy and flnal. (a) Tba 8hep- 
herdeas and the Cuckoo" (*«aap of 
(Jrrmany">: <b) "Fairies In Winter" 
(T F. I>\inlitlli Oakland -.'ml. 
Ohl.-,' mitral School, Vlctoi iii West 
' >. Murnslde School, North 
wrfiu .School, Margaret Jenkins 
School 

Class 25 Junior Cholrn Not le.ss 
than 35 volce-s; under 20; prelim- 
inary and flnal. Oompetlng for the 
J. C. Pandray cmalkngi •UaM.aew 
held fey St Maifant^ SdMaL (a> 
Pty, SInslag Rtrd" (three-part) 
Edward RIgar): (b) -When Allan- 
a-Dale Went a-Hunflnc " "wn part) 



in Cla:>.se.s 81 to 8fl. inclusive. 

B C. Dramatic School Junior Cup, 
for highest marks secured in OlaaMS 
129 to 137, todusive. 

B.C. DraauUlo School Senior Cup, 
for highest marts secured In Classes 
13f and 139 

Women'.s C'ana<1:an < i ;h v'up. for 
hlj^hest 111, irk, sei ue i m ("la.sse.s :.4 

a.s, (;:' C3 t;4 h: h: 129. 130, 131 and 
13a 

George V wat;i>on Memorial Cup, 
for the most artistic rendettaf la 
Classes 13 to 30, inclusive. 

Saanich Athletic AssodaUon Jun- 
ior Cup, for Saanich school choir 
obtaining bluest marks in Classes 
13 to 17, incluslv. 

Saanich Athlete A.s.sociaUon Sen- 



Tluee months' full tuition fees for 
highest marks in string or wind 
classes. OaaapeUtors must be over 
sixteen and under nineteen years. 

VIetoria aeheol of Xxpreasion 
Scholarship— ftae tuitkm for one 
year given, on application, to such 
student of limited mean.s, under 
ii'iieleeii years, that shows greatest 
piMiiu.M' 111 v.>.al .solo and elocution 

i.i.s.ses 

Dominion Academy of Music 
3cholar.shii>— One year's free tuition 
for highest marks in pianoforte 
solo alaasas. between the agaa af 
fourteen and nineteen years. 

Royal Business School Scholar- 
ship—Two months' free tuition In 
the day school business course lor 
the girl who gets the highest marks 
In elocution, between the ages of 



lor Cup, for Saanich school choir,. sixteen and nineteen years. 



STEINWAY 

and the Mutical Festival 



(R. L. de PearsaU). Victoria High 

School, Victoria School of Expres- 
sion, St. Margaret's School. 

Class 60— Duet Ciuls. Ixn.s or 
girl and boy; over 12 years and under 
16 years; preliminary and linal 
Competing for certificates. "Full 
Fathom Five" (Ireland). Lillian 
WlUiaBBB, Sheila MacArthur; Kath- 
lam Oonroy, Patriola Doharty; 
Constance Raae, KatMaw Hough- 
ton ; Maugerite Jenkins, Violet Ock- 

enden: Charlie Rhodes, Violet How- 
land; Patricia Swan, Anne Jane 
White; Marygold Na.sh, Muriel 
JarvLs (nuiieaip; Reta C^^llle Anne 
Clemen' \ <' i. Victor i.a' .11 
Howard Barnett; Dorothy Davies. 
Leslie Clarke; Eileen GrllTln. Peggy 
O'NeUl; Noreen OKaiU, Marie Tru 
del; Kddle MeCNenen, Uoyd Bert' 

HK.->I BAP 1 l.s I CULKC H 

judge, Mr. Thomas P. Dunhill 
Class 63— Pianoforte Solo: Pre 
paratory; prellmtoary and final 
Competing for certificate ' iiav 
makers' Dance" (Swinsteadi 
(Iwentth Dodsworth, Helen Kent, 
Maroja Kldd. Barbara .Sniiih. 
friMC', Hardintte. Ronn Mir;iv 
M.irjorie Boorman, Donald Part 
rldge. Brenda Wrxxlward. Margare 
Strathem, Nancy Shaw, Marh n 
Braithwalte, Isabel Chlsholm, Oci 
rude Lane, Nkky Praaer, Doris Hai- 
ller. CeeUe Pagttt. Cecelia Webb. 
Elvet Olyn Jooes, Enid Middletn: 
Oeorglna Worth. Arthur Davr , 
Joyce Steven.s. Ada Rcif;e Burt. 
Norma Potilson Nancy Wieiiicr 
!<■ M I ;..-.':hi-..I l.llhaii Wil 

lianis li, ,«ii.v'ii Marie Lock. 
Muri. . :',,n .I'.an Jarvls. Bar- 
h:ir-i VI ii M;i!t(nret NorrlS, | 

V : r..> • I ■ k:i>: .:, ^ ins Hurry, 
J esja^ Hall. Patsy Pendr ay. Joyc^ 
Knight, Pallida Harrtnn. 

Class 71 Phiiif foT'e Solo: Opii; 
preliminary and fln.il ("oni|)»'i in^ 
for certificate lai I-; ic 
MaX>r" <IX->hnanvl 1 - 'i. (i^;, 'eie, 
tion. Brian Ihndon Mui;.!' b) 
"Nortnme in H Flat ■ radrrew/,k ; ' 
Beverley Morri.s, Barbara H Fras- ; 

Catherine Hamilton, Buth Waod- 
landLavlni. 



Death" 

Cbotr. 



(DnnhlU). VIetoria 



Male 1 Anderson 



May t 

, • O'clock 

FiaiT imiRD CBITRCH 

Judges, Dr. Percy HuU and Professor 
CoUlngwood 
daas 15— Yeoal Solo: Boy under 
13 years; pwHnrtnary and flnal. 
Competing for eerttfleate. "Robin 
on the Apple Ttce" iRathbone). 
Billy r> nipspy, Mi' hael John 
(Innes, iliilen ('liiike. 'I'-ildv 
Spencer, Ronald Noel Barker, Roger 1 final 
Litton, Robert ffrt**''*'"f (r. ~ ' 



Bobby Wilkinson, Robert 
ill Carter, Tom Rhtxles, 
K.l .v liulford. Ronald Mac- 

Do:.,. \ ex uumpbrei^ Arthur 

Rf>.s.s, ('..i: , .Morrison. 

("la.v, ;i2 Vocal Duet: S.A.; j. r 
limlnary and flnal. Competing for 
certificates. la) "Consider the 
Heavens" (Bach); (b) "Come, Let 
Us All 00 a-Maylng" (Handel). 
Sylvia Holland and Mdna Bradford, 
Mrs. Roy T. Brumbaugh and Mar- 
garet Myles (Tacoma). 

Claxs 41— Vocal Solo: Mezzo-.So 
prano. Grade B: preliminary and 
(a> "The Silent Pool" 




l.l.K. itf , i ,nu u. i ., i j < WJDme<t ^ . 'i 1 , 11 il im » .i w p . — - 



. iM C ow»ow <w to «ff«M»»»>oi . 

ik^^-^ ^.^.yi:^ -.^*^..^.. .■^^/.>,v.;i^.^..^..(,. ||,|^ i;iii(i1irr 



PIANOS 

At Special 
Anniversary Sale 
Prices 



For this big event we liave anembled a collec- 
tiwi of milcndid Pianos, every one in perfect 
condition — thoroughly reoooditioiied* and 




I 
1 



•UNIMII MINriMII 1148 

WILLIS ^like new; 1(85 

WARD $126 

KTILEt lilt 

ivmsoN SI 49 

VICTOR $135 



FREE* 

With each instrument, 

str>ol. flelivcry, in.strnc- 
litjn book, tuning in 
your home. 

Easy Terms 
Arranged 




I 

p.' 



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Pi 



Victoria Musical 

FESTIVAL 



Tuesday, May lec, to Saturday, May 



MORNING, AiTERNOON and £V£NlNCi SfiSSIONS 

t AJM., X PJM. aad a PJM. 



■ CAUtt tkt 

• p r e - e m i nf nt 
position among the 
pianoa af the waHd, hi 
choice i« ,VT- ■ I, , 
versal lor greai musical 
a rc ealea s . At the Moal- 

Cil Fetti^ il i-, \'., toria 
two btcinway concert 



used nt the ]' 

United t hutch and at 
the final cotniMtiHoaa 

1 n I he Pr-.v,( ! Vi ■ - - ' » 

I lieatte. li is th« pie- 



cause mii«ii t ' ''>p1« 
evarywhert know it ie 



FLETCHER BROS. 



I no Douglas St. 



\ 



( VI M Hi t). IM. 



HSmi liNim cavBCR 

All Judfes In attendance 

• O Canada" 

Addraas of WelooaMbgrUaWorabip 
Mayor Ijeeeilnip 

ria S . ''I" .lull iOi ( 'hfiii ! 1 :i ' e 

M hixils II''! iiiiiif than iii loiei., 
II under :•() '..nri Comt)etiiiK for 
Hrliiilie; ■ Cl i*. < 'up. now held by 

Vi< i..iiii .s. I,,-.; -,f Expre<«,slnn 'ai 
Evening ' t; '!w()-part> (John 
Ireland); ' r, song of the PairW" 
'two-part> (Harold OcoaahUL fit 
ManrarH*B, Vielofta SehecH of Bx 

prr.<,vjf ,11 

("hi' -v'oesl flnlr. nr; 12 

|i vrni u ii.'.e: 

CMa.v r> .Small Choirs Member 
' n^^lp leaa than 25. C^mpetiag for 
(lyrn Club Challenge AMd. (a* 
Today Did GMet AltM" fWhUe 
head); (b) "Oh BiaattH Not Mis 
Name" ^manford). Oard^n city 

("hiirch C'liOlr BehrioTif Ciutefl 
fhiircti ( hou H( Aldai; . (hurrh 
' Choir 

r'la^s Tn<-' r iir;f ih 51 ! ! ■ ,hiri 
lor ; II ner 

• loss W Q^l«^t^'i. ■ \ ! H 
' ompetms for llie Met,ro^x)h( an 

(initad Choir Challenge Citp, now 
held by PM UaMad Ohalr Qoar 
tetta. (a> 'maB 0» Dance" , 
sian«M<di: <h> "Ttadar and Pure! 

jO Love Art Thou" (Brahms* Holly ] 
'wood Quartette. Munle I^eaf Quar i 
. !eMe Ftr.*l trnjfed Quart«tla. p. J ! 

Nurdins Atudlo Quartette, 
I fla'* 71 

wintier • 
j , Mal^ ( hoir« AduH <ner! 

I 3.S vr.(< »"« ConjieHna for Kniehhv 
; of rvthiH<; fhallenTe Shield now 

held by Comox DUUict Man k 

Miielcel. (a) "Now Let »»erv 
I Toaina Adere Thee", (John Seh^^ , 
ittaa aMk); iMt OOOMa Away. ; 



II 

I 



COMPETITIONS AT ALL SESSlONf 



Junior Choral nd Solo» 
Senior Clsaenl »»a aalo 



First Unlud Chttrch 
First United Chnreh 



Elocution, mesy and 

Church 



>, Hir.st Baptist 



1 ' I «i n c d . 1 1 u- 



,( CI, 




' a ; 1 1 



XfterufKMi. .Satiinl.n 



L 



UrchaatraR ;ind Junior 



Bands 



Concert srt Victori^ iMMter, flt • r M. 

All fivcoiiif Compecitlvc Scaaiont, Except SatunUXt at f Im ViUUd 

Umnh. at • •Xlack 



•A 



ADMIMION-^Morning and Afternoon Seaaiona: Adulta, 2Sc; Ckildren Under/ 12, 15c: EvemaK 
Adnlta, 50q: CWIdrca Vmim 12, 15e (Sxeipt Setardey, When 50c Moa|'^Be Paid by £«eryoM) 



,)t 'lis ; 



CKSHIP TICK£T8 — Admitting free to all morning and aflemooa 
sessions (except Saturday evcaiag), on adc at ell RMiiic fleMa, or 

Committee. Price, |1XK). ' 



and hall price to evening 
any member of the Fetttvtt 




>AILY COLONTST,^VlCYORIA, B.C., SUNDAY, AI R 11. 29, 1934 



19 



Eighth Anniversary Is Celebrated 




WGrace Attfield 

▼leTOlIAt PMMISKB X>AlftSUtS AHD 
INSTKUMSNTAUtT 

Tcacbarof AU Types of Sum Daadtif, BalUt, 
CluifcftI, Acrebttic, Tap. Character, National 
SUfa Daportmtiit 

ITALIAIf SCHOOL OF MUSIC AMD 

DANCING 

617 Felt Itratt PkoM B SM3 



LARGEST ORGAN 

NOW mm 

Musical Times Comments 
on Great Albert Hall 
Instrument 



V ^t^lorence Clough Dance 



(Pupil of Ned Wsyhiirn i.f Nr» V ki 
OUm lUKt IndivldUkl Intr, i, ' (m , aU Type* of Danclnc 

a»aoM 



T SIWIsH Af 

MM Waaabari St. (Caraar HllUldt A>r ) 



Mrs. Ruby Moore 



THEORY OF MUSIC * 
TUITION, VIOLIN AND PIANO 

ttndio: 

3249 Qutdra ttrMt Moot O 



JExNNINGS BURNETT , 

Orfaniat and Choir Master, bi. juhnt ctiuich 
Piaao. Or^ao. V«kc. Fonn, Aaalyais. Harmonir aad C— Krpahrt 



MARJORIE T£BO, IML AlCJ. 

PIANO 

TiiEOKy— llAKMUNY— ALiKAL CULTURE l^'. 



PhMM B7065 



Studio: 309 Linden Avenue^' 



111.' IaIK«>^t organ In Great Brll- 
iiin WHS K-tently ui&UUltKl in Albert 
Mall. I/uKlon ^)t'inf opMMtf !■ slate 
on January 2J 

"StrU'tly hpeaking." nctta-* The 
MuakAl Times of recent data, "It 
VM «p«B before it was opaoad; and 
thoM wbo know tha uasa whteh the 
Instnnnait always has been con 
strained to servp will not bp sur- 
prised to Feani that ow of tli*- flr^t 
occasions wht-n tin' new orKan. 
valiwvi 111 l.ifi f>0(i was used, hap- 
[X ned to be at a (uas.s iiit'ctUiK. 
when U.s IK lies wru: .squuruicrt'd on 
I'Uf .N H Jolly (i(XKi I-'eilow ' It Is to 
I Ix' hoij*^! that the ornan will not 
In future be rl^eapened by bailiff 

' used like the hydiaulus as an ae- 
companlmem to Hadlatorlal cool- 
bats. If sQOSthliv of the aort Is 
wanted, thtra an plenty of street 
musidsas «te maid ba brought in 
to play their nannonlumfl with the 
rapidly flui tfriiiK pf'chil;, Tiiat. 
with the sud ol an amplifier, would 
do Just as well " 

The opening recital was given by 
three well known organists. Sir 
Walter Alcoclc. Mr. Thalben-Bali, 
and Mr. Cunningham, and the 
Royal Cbonl Society. As f»r as 
Hm MiMkal Times erltie CAP") 
eo ne arasd. the profnunme 
i^ft a faaltaff sf ▼affue dissatisfac- 
tion It was not because of the 

j orgaji, which "created the Inipre.'s- 
sion that only such a ma.<;tprp!e<'e 

I eould." Under all the difn . mm. - 
" was vet a wonder am! 
i;.s resoures seem veritably mex- 

I iiRu>tlble. It created a diversion 
during Mr. CHmnlngham's per- 
formanes by doing a llUle talking 
on its dm aooount— which prorldsd 
safe ground for tha reporters of the 
dally newqM4>er»— for once they 
knew what to say about an organ. 
The Instrument may consider it,^elf 
forgiven provided it soon grows out 
of aiaeli JMHsBreUons." 



Festival Adjudicators Well-Known 




Adjudicators and Public 
Mutually Want Fair Play 



WeLKtat.why youaff or old should hav« to 
•lit and bt bored to tears. 

ADJl'DIfATORS VirWPOINT 
Ad J uiii. a • I u .s .s.'i'Hild !>.•' hHNf !(> 
put up « !t h '111 ■ ' ;.l :rs^ .s! ; 1 .( :i. i >f 
fond ;ntii-i.:.s a:.i1 dniu.K r,ii\;. 
tt'ii(lu-is v.tit< t':!,1. \ II! I,, !m k n!.'l 
eltKJW MMjie s|>i-. privilege lor 
their oflrspriiiK ■! impils Any ad- 
judicator of souiKl Judgment will 
spot outstanding talent and will &• 
elude any wirds of ulsdksa pscss- 
sary In his adJudtaaUon. In Tery 
oases exceptions may be 
The trouble usually lies In 
the fact that every one of the 
dotEen^ that beseige the adjudica- 
< -niMir tMm M **M>T 4M«M1 

Again the authorities run into 
the problem of whether or not to 
award medals or certificates. If 
the fioamlttsa will aaalyae the 
dlflleulty. they will find that to 
hold up a msdal or certifloato as a 
reward is merely appealtng to the 
vanity of human beings Every 
entry .should be for the .soli- purjxxse 
of galnluK exjX'ricnce an<l mhlce 
No awaid should be made beyond 
A f'>nii.il i.itin*; .icoi'duig to mc^lt. 
It wouUI .Nceni that here we have 



Under ttM UUe. 
Uks a* Itatoal Isshism.- a 

spondent writes the following: 
Cknxpetltiou is no longer tha life 
of tnda any nort than tt riMmld be 

the life of a musical fe.vtlval Hy 
Its nature one may say that a gath- 
ering of thla kind eaniiot help being 

conipetltivf Hut this .shoultl only 

be .HO with regard to reaching a 
high degree of srsBellsnos aad not 

in any .sense With tllS Idta Of Sim- 

pily beatioff 000** oroonent. It 
seens to be human nature to want 

to be top (ing, but ;^uu'!v the ai's 
should not b<- u.mhI fui su< h low de 
siKiiB Evriy ♦•lit! am slu Mud strive 
for a-s fine a perf »: mai;,. c as is 
[XJ.s.slble. inerelv fui idc sak< of 

^i^c^ot for the sake of cheap 

SABCA8M INAPPftWRIATB 

The type of adjudloator whotakes 
advantate of hla posltioa by ushtg 
sarcasm instead of good Judgment, 
and flashy remark.-s Instead of sound 

crltlcl-sni de'-.-; ■. ' . i . <• 'm.s i'a.'- > 

cropirt-d rtiul iiiiiK plfr<;e<l 

Hut ilu.s IS ncvr, )..: i:,t, Instead^ one In.stauic where art for art s 
Ills Miiar'ncNs ; . epted as true 



<tUi<imi!, and ii.'ioh permanent 
iiHiMi soiiii-: lines done to sensi- 
tivi' \^.4iiK •■tN'i'iits of music. May 
our children of all faattvals be 
.5parsd this kind of insiaeerety. 
.A !i; is:, rtl u 11' ..s not the 
1 ; n ,. .1 ( xverhmaking, 



pl.H f> Id 

ai-.d, It si 
lOii'i a: 1 1< 



sake Is jusitfied. Keen and friendly 
rlvahry is stifiilsrtnff aad aei to 
bt diaoouraaad. but to latar a bmw- 
ioal fssUval seWy la hope «f vta- 
ning a prize la unworthy «f aay 
serious student of music. 



Pupil I after le.s.son on creaUoa)— 
upon, not; But teachrr. da*lv says 
!i<^ au.se a person hap- ' scended from monkeys. 

peii.s ! ,) t>. a prominent tliis. that, I Teacher— We can't d 

or the other thinff, is no reasooiprtvate fatally affairs in class. 



ABTWITB OOLUNOWOOa. FACOw 



DLNailX, A.a.c.i 



MISS M. ROBERTS 

mi BLACKWOOD AVBHUB 

Experienced Teacher in Private and Class PiauM I niiioa ^0 



Pupils Prepared for Festival and Ex4niinatiou 
PHONB Mim 



Mozart Had 

Precocious ill 
Knowledge 



Tbe Vietorla Musical ftattvaliwii! adjudicate tlis efaoral aad Tosa!. tended beyond the TTkihsnlty sad 

this year has again been fortunate . solo groups. province of Saskatchewan. He has 

In securing very fine adjudicator.s. 1 Th()iria.s F DunhUl, A.II.C.M.. who 'already made a very real coniriiiu 
In the above group, Mrs. CoLsworih lives m lyondon. was bom In London; tion to the developm« nt of m;i.s,. 
Clarke and Mrs. Stanley Skene have ui inil. e<lu<-ated In mu-slc at the throughout We.stern <' 11. . Ws ii 
already proved popular adjudicator.s Koyal ColhKe of Music, London, Dr Hull he will do the lui . : . n ;on 
in previous fe stivals here. Dr. Percy where he gained an oi)en scholar- of the choral and vocal sol r ; ips 
Hull, Dr. Dunhill and Arthur Col- sliip for composition in 1897. Pupil 



of Sir Charles ijtanford and Frank 
lln Taylor (for piano); much assO' 
dated with chamber musle; gave 
several series of fhamhar eonooits 
In London for ten years from IMT. 



Mrs. Stanley D. Skene, of Cal- 
gary, has acted as Judge for the 
ek>cutlon section in ISM aad ino 
in Vletorta, Un Skene waa edu- 
cated at Mount Bllson College. New 
Brunswick, and was also an honor 



The Reese Burns Studios of the Spoken 
WonI and Dramatic Art 



Oak aar Avtn. 



f'hiiiif <tftrdfn ill: for AMpoiiilmrntii 



■.a 



^ ENID COLE 

Instruction in Dramatics— Rcadinffs—Monolofues 

Dialect Reading and Play*. Singing 
rrugranime Direction and I'lay Coaching 

Na 9. BROWN BLOCK 
1116 Broad Strtot Phono G2751 



Mo. .11 1 All, one of the most 
highly Rifted composers of all time. 
He wrote hi.s music as easy as some 
p-^opie talk, and began composing 
at nve years of affe, eoQtlnuG«| to 
do so during hto short lifetime. His 
ire&tait natural glfe was for mel- 
ody, and his German nature, good 
knowledge of counterpoint, and 
modem harmonic style prevented 
thh melodious bent fn>in becoming 
irer? triuality He wrote a great 



ood are newcomer.s. Following 
brief record of the quallflcations 
of each: 

Dr. Percy O. Hull, Mus. Doe.. 

P.R.C.O., LR.A.M., of Hereford, 

Bigland, Is honorary member. R, . .il Very well known. Indeed. S-s a Brit- j graduate with the denn r , of Hatch- 
Colli-j?e of Masic. organist aii'l i.sh composer. Has judged at all the elor of Literary Inlerim : at ion from 
Master of the Chori.st.-r.s, Hereford principal festival.s in aiKland, .S< nt - Fnierson College of Oi at iry. Bos- 
Cathedral, conductor of The Three land and Ireland, and wils. a few ton, Mnssachu.setts. Taught elocu- 
Choirs Festival, Hereford, the Here- yeai.s ago, nxv of the Board of Bnt- tion and drama at Mount EllLson 
fordshlre Orchestral and Choral, i.sh Ad ludlcatoi s who officiated In | Ladles' College prior to her mar- 
Socletlcs. Born 1878. Educated Westc; n Canada fe.sLlvah; Is an ex- riage. and after her husband's 
Hereford Cathedral School. Articled laminer for the Royal Schools of 
to the Cathedral Organist in 1804 1 Music. Mr. Dunhill will adjudicate 



and waa soon appointed his assistant, 
Played the viola in various orehes> 
tras and acted as accompanist to the 
Festival Class and thus came in con- 



the piaao and ottaer instrumental 



Prof. Arthur CoUlnffwootf. VJL0.O., 
Professor of Music In the Dniversity 



death in France, resiuned teaching 
and for ten years waa director of 
expression and public speaking in 
Mount Royal College. Calgary. At 
the psvsent time, in addition to pri- 
vate studio teaching, she is in 



iv -!v p.ano .sonatas, and .several very early in life with such ' of Saskatche A-an. Ls a Yorkshlreman charge of .speech and di-ama work 

-.• r n'mnlpy, following Haydn's style i '"ii'^'<"i''>ns as Hubert Parry. El^ar, by birth. Following a brilliant stu-'in the Provincial Insiiiuie of Tech- 
i --^ but his last three sym- | Stanford. Delius and other gr'>at (l<'n' < arcer. he became closely asso- nology and Art in Calgary In ad- 

1^"^.^ ; arc greater than Haydn's |i"usiclans wliaw works were per- elated with musical activities in 
i' .I'lrumental works are hislffrmed at Hereford festivals Wa.s .Scotland, as conductor, educationist, 

a prisoner in Germany from 1914 to festival Judge and lecturer. His first 



- and best known. He made 
I- 0' tins new Stein pianos. Intro- 
d; -;->g oadanws. brilliant arpeggio 

r"'?.-:3» and other devices to his 

■ ).Ti itiion.s These factors, to- 
iflii-r with the new easy nngering 



1918, and en returning to England 
was appointed organist in Hereford 
Cathedral actually on the first Ar« 
mist ice Day. Became Grand Or- 
gani' t of Freemasons in 1023 and 
i-st u ed by Bach, gave grost hril-'plajod In the Albert Hall. London, accepted the invitation of the Presl 
liar.c? to Mozart's work.s. Ion the occa-sion when H R H. the dent and Covernors of the Univer- 



vlslt to Canada was hi 1929, when he 
cans on tlie tnvttation of the West- 
ern Caaada FMeratioa of Music 
Festivals as one of the British team 

of Judges. In the Fall of 188Q he 



ditlon to her experience as Judge 
in 'Victoria, she has oCQclated at 
local festivals in AlberU and was 
elocution Judge at the British 
Columbia Musical VMiyal in Van- 
couver last year. Mrs. Skene will 
Judge the elocution cla.s.ses 

Mrs. Cotsworth Clarke Vancou- 
ver, was pu|>ll of Cecil Sliari>e at 
CheLsea .School of Folk Dancing 



Victoria Sciiooi ef Expressioo 



Specialixe* in 
Spmeh Tmmnt yoice Training 



TU AH»f /nterftntatiso • ^ 

m 

R^ciMun - SpMchu • Scnfs - Pk^t • HimMtm 

RECENT SUCCESSES IN PROVINCIAL 
FESTIVALS 

1931—6 Championship Cups snd 12 First Pisces 

P'^- — 7 riianipioiisliip ("tips and If) I'irst TVaceS 
'> ( hainpioiisliip ( vi|is ami Jl 1 it\t FM.ices 

These Successes, Won l uder l)ifTrrrni .■\<liiiHicator», Emphakize 
the Vfilur ct ( (iiuiri imK iiir ,,f speech, 
Song and Interpretation 

Principal: MRS. WILFRID ORD, F.T.C.L., M.R.S.T. 
1005 Cook Street Phono Gardoa iSSS 

For Partkttlars «l SoaiaMr -Terai Fhoas Oa or Afltr May 14 
— f>— — — — 



>f the chamber mu.slc of | Pi nee of Wales wius Installed aslflty of Ka.skatrliewan to orjjanize the, being one of his .specially chosen 



Miss Dorothy Francis 



Pupil »r AUrad Itorchet, OranvvalolM Hmnit cf BrMiali ^ 

VtoHa sad Piaao Studio: 20M Oak Bay Aeeaao 0 

otsaii stasia. o«ssi ^ 



FRANK TUPMAN 

SingiOf Teacher - Teacher of Singing 

TELiil'lIONE G1352 



Mo/aii rspi'cially the .string quar- 
le'ir' are .still p!ayed a great deal. 
He wrote many quintettes tar plsno 
and strings, trios and dueta, few of 
whi3h are heard In thaee days when 
apparently nothing laai ttisa a 
symphoay satlsfiss. 
Moaart was the flrat to use the 

clarhiet in Ms svmphoir. <>;. hesira. 
He also reali/eil the beauty and In- 
d"pendeii<e of tne wind band, .so 
he frecjiiently n: ( i !;a'f-,| u «nii the 

strings for COlo- ; a- l I lie s;,:)- 

Ject in his synipnonie.s wa.s treated 
much more freely than in Haydn's 
symphonies, and his frequent use 
of slight harmonic and nslodlc 
< hanges hi the rspsttUoM fwe a 
Kreat deal of interast aad vartsty 
to his worta la this ' 



Ciiand Warden. During the past; Chair of Music, established by the team for Pouring England to dem 
fow years he has acted as examiner j Carnegie Corporation In Great onstratc Late Instructor of folk 
to the Royal College of Music, the ' Britain he was widely known as a 1 dancing at Summer school, Victoria, 



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ykU>ria.B.C. 



THB TKACHING OP MUSIC in this Academy, conducted by 

the Sivler* of St. .^nn. is hased oil the roiir«e outlimd 1«y flic 
Koy4l .\cadeiiiy, London. l^nRland, and* the Toronto Conserva- 
tory of Mssic, and leads to the Teachers' Certtficatos awarded 
by those distiaauisbed Schools of Music 

For ratthsr Inioi— ilua Phon SIsiar ■niwlm ol 0SS21 



Fi:.vnvii nF music 



Continued from Page IR 
iF-.rlyn Sharpei; (bi "The SufTolk 
Owl" (Key A Flat) (Dtmhill). 
Olive Edmunds, Winona Bennett, 
un<r'>f Lee, Patricia Oosawtotd. 
Ida Bush (Taooma, Wash.). Xsabelle 
Pike. Frances Rbdsn. Anas O. Allan. 
Rom Bardsiey. Ooaals Barlow. 

Class 88— Toeal Solo: Soprano; 
Grade A; prelisainary and final. 
Competing for eertlflcate. ra) "Kve-l 



Royal College of Organists, and has 
Judged at the priaelpal coa^etitlve 
feativals and public sehoois In GMrcat 
Britain. With Prof . OOUlafwood ho 



progressive educationist, a helpful t and late director of folk dancing at 



and constructive judge. And a popu 
lar lecturer. Slaee comiag to Oaa 
ado his work aad ialbWMt hovo 



St. Margaret's School Victoria. She 
will adjudicate all the 
at tbe FMttvaL 



VIOLET FOWKES 



Studio of the Dance 



Ballrl, ("h,iractfr. Toe, A. rr)).*tir. Clog, lUirk <-i>ft Shoe 
Day and Kveniiitf (■la^^cs, AHuitu and Children 

DWCI RS SUF'TLILD l UK tNTKRTAINMENT 
Suite 1. Mahon Slock 1111 Qov't St 



liminary and flnaL (a) "Hedge 
Roses" (Schubert); (b) "The Big 
Brown Bear." Quadra School, TU- 
iiCTun School, George Jay School. 
North Ward School, Sir James 
Douglas School, Margaret Jenkins 
School, Girls' Central School, Bum- 
side School. 



FUtST UNITED CHITBCB 

Afternoon Bes.slnn 
Class 17 tirade 5 Choirs: Pre- 
liminary and final, (aj. "The Icicle" 
(K. W. Baasett): (b> "The Wind" 
^George Ratlibone). TUilcum 
School. Vietoria West School, North 
Ward Schocd, George Jay School. 
Boys' Central School, South Park 

School. MarKaret Jenkins School 
Sir James I^ugln.s School, Quadra 
School. 

Class 31— Ladles' Trio: S.S.A 
preliminary and final. Competing 
for the Dlggon ChaUeage Cup, now 
held by Fhvt United Ladies' Trio, 
(a) "Hey Diddle Dlnkety" (Thomp- 
son): (b) "O Swallow, Swalkm" 
(HolsD. P J Nurdlng Stttdto 1«0, 
Columbia School Trio. 

Class 44 — Vocal Solo: Tenor; Grade 
A: preliminary and final. Ckjmpet 



i^i^i "/r:; "'"(hi "nr^''- ing-for^ruA'cate- Tr, '•^er^;r 

5n" rK ol^^ O h Yeas^ja3 t walk" (Key B Plat) (Handel): 



eer 



Miss>Dorotliy Coi 


MKMBHI Oaatatle AMorUtion 
OvttalB, ai Milan- Impvrlal 
TMeam tt Danelnc, LonCton. 


or Orrst 


TWB WKHTRan a 


cBooi. or asNCDio 




All BraacbM. laoivaiac aaUfi 




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a««Sto! ties OaiSiW AvMw lOM o 





MRS. E. S. FOOT 

VIOLIN. *CELLO AND PIANO 



T;,. i| 

I IK I H M'l IS I ( HlIRCn. 
Moi ning Ue&sion, 8 O'Clock 
Judge. Mr. Thomas F. Duahlll 
Class 73— Pianoforte Duet: Pre- 
paratory; arsUminary and final. 
Compettaf for eertificatea. "The Thi 
Soldier" (JSpbsea). Alice Ashford, 
Phyllis Corbett: Jean Haii Nicky. 
Fraser; Vera Wood, Jack Bam well; 
Barbara Smith, nrenda K. Smith; 
Mnrle I/ick DorLo Hallier, OeoTglna 
irfh HreiidR Woodwsrd; fl f^ fUgn 
lai.fyne, John Young, 
lass fl«— Pianoforte Solo: Prl- 
v boys; preliminary and finaL 
' npeting for certificate. "A Sail- 
or Tune" <H. Howells). Roaald 
Neiiaon. Norman Andaraoni. Orlflth 
Cameron, Stanley Inrlg, Dtck Brad- 
bury. David Parfitt. Larry PR»wd. 

■dWard GorrlM:: Hnnd 

Olasa 78- I ' H iKilorte Aia onipunl- 
ment Open; prflimman, and Mnal 
Conipetlncr for rertlflcate f'om- 
prdtors will be rfrjulred to h.-i um- 
pnnv H solol.st (vr^rali pro\ided by 
thr rommlttre Test piece to l)e , , 

' ' ■ • ludge <to bt heard I ^j*''...*^'^ . 
< > ara Rankin (Tak 

imn. Wn.vli i. Faith 

.ian«> stockileth (asattla. WMk.). 

i' • ■ '.voodlaod 



(b) "The Beaatlful Rtnilet'' (Key 
G) Paradies). Sidney Johnson. 
Harry Coat. Jamea Oalcman. A. K. 
Gwyther (Duncan. B.C.), WlllUm 
Donaldson rTacoma. Wash.). George 
F H Fninier Rev V Ogura, L, J. 
Clements (Nanalmo. B.C.) 




719 Cook StroM 



PhosM E49S2 



IINIIU> tMUIUiM 

Pro'e'-r r 'Ur^r.'ood and 
Dr. Percy Tuli 



Afternoon Snwrion 
Judg!-, Mr Thoma.s F. Dunhill 
Class 74- Pianoforte Duet: Jun- 
ior; preliminary and final Compet- 
ing fir oertificatea. "Valse Bohe- 
miaaao" (DuahUD. Dorcas Muir— 
Mlldrsd Oraham. Kathsrbw Seeats 
—Jean Mayhew. Nancy Kylo— Mar- 
garet Worth. Manraret Ursula 
Scon lar Winifred r>ni,se Mara, 
Jean ,s<>tf (twen Dewar. Jean 
Straigl, . Marsh 

Class 6»— Pianoforte Soto: Inter- 
mediate; preHmlnary aad flaaL 
compatiat tm oortMtaate. <a) "Vo- 
vertt" <B8bMBiy): (b> *1Mgue NO. r 
(JM«kMa>. Osrald t r r Metlor, 
Pawthy m M l MBn. Biil; Inglls. Verm 
Parfltf. Patricia Swan. Helen Wel'h 
.Tanr ' o. k f1 e '. h 
(Seattlf 'A , ' 1 i-r :«on, 

Ursula I>auUne HUls, Rae MiUer. 



IpVllk-D i litKl 11 

An Judgaa In attendance 



Olasa ai— Btrar Olwiw. Cawg«t' i 

^I^^P ^^k^^ ^1^^ ^llHllftH^^Hi^B ^B^BJft^W 



lenfS Shield, now held by Chri 
Church Cathsdral Choir. <a) 'Sir 
QllaaMre" (unison) (K. Balfour 
Gardinar); <b) "Three DougMle 
Men" (W. W. Pearson). Otorist 
Cathedral Bcgr OlMrlitm, St LMds 
College. 

Class 74 piaaolarts Oust: Jun- 
ior- n inner 

< < 12 /Conductor's ria.ss: 
(.>pen, adult choir conductor-. Com- 
peting for rertifu fit< Te.sl piece. 

"Tears" (Armstrong Olbbs). Frank 
J. Nurdlng CTMOOM. WMk). 
Richard S/ latOB. 
Class 88— (ieder OlasitnDosfc for 

voice and piano: open; over 21 
years Competing for certificates 

' > ■ srlertioil (original ' I I. 'Jt\ 
"I" nail, Mr.s. Roy Hniini ■ i iii/ : i - 
Mrs F J Nurdlng (Tacoma, Wa.sii), 
I lie 'Young Nun " i Schumann); 
! ' . r->llworth Ira Dllworth, "I>u 
Hisi die Ruh " iSchuberti; Violet R 
Wilson Dorothy Oough. Verbor- 
genhelt" (Hugo Wolf); Josepbiae 
CharleboLs— Susan Moors, "VMtr- 
gtabsit'' (Hi«e Wolf). 

CfaMS 1»-M0dfl8al lassaible: 
Not to exossd tSB sdult ▼OlOSS. Com- 
peting for the Mr. and Mrs. L. A. 
Oane rhallenije Cup, now held by 
the Mandrn cluh <a) "Flora Gave 
Me Fairest i i.,-. r-s iWllbvei; (b> 
"Come to Me (Jrief for Ever" 
(Byrdl. Hn MslNpittloai, OtkUU 
Group. 

Class 88— Violin Duet: Senior; 2 
violins with piano. Corapetinc for 
Miss Kathlsea Asaew Oupk now 
hsM ky ftoali BorfWd aad Douglas 

R. Xoglls, Conrtensy. "Concerto" 
(flrst two movements 1 (Bach> 
Pay Orkenden, Leslie .lordan, Phvl- 
11s DUworth 

Class (I- Commercial Dioral 8o- 
cteties. Open to choirs composed of 
employees of business houses rall- 
wav companies, government and 
civic Institutions. Competing for 
the Parfltt Broa., Ltd., Cup, now 
held by David Spoaser Cbdr. Vie- 
torla. (a> "Chrake's Orua- (Rea- 
dafl): (b) "Ok! Age" fArmstroot 
Glbha), Beaver Chib 8iii«era <Bud- 
soa's Bay Oo Em p i a rsss). tiM 
David Speaoer Choir. 

Tkaraday. May 8 
FIBST UNrrSD CHT'ltrH 
Judgea, Dr T^rry Hull and Tro- 
fesf.' T f . iiingwood 

Class SS v<M^aI Solo a\r\ under 
13 year^ acrompanled by boy or 
girl under 13 yeara; prcliaUnary and 
final. Ooaipetlng for eertifioatea. 
To be judiad 08 o 
Apr«* ( B — M y ). 
Mym BoMMMk, 
.■Ord— Nlaney Kyle, Wliilfied Mw* 
I houM^ Nancy Kyle l avonne !' 
baaet— Teddy Bpcocer, Gloria Paike 




MadriaaU 

Popular in 

Elder Time 



In the f<Mly-four years between 
1S88 and 1881 was written the 8Teat 

harvest of EngU.sh madrigals 
Thomas Morley, William Byrd, John 
BuU. Ortuide OMbeos and Mm 

Wilbye are the most Importnjit 
composers of this form of music. A 

madrigal may be dsftaiad as a sent 

for two or mors TOlMS (though not 

more than eight), written in strict 
counterpoint and u.sually sung 
without aoccKnpnnlti.'-nt 'Hie font) 
appears to have \ m \^■^\^: 

burlng the Midle Ak'-s and became 
very popular. 

C>ne famous collertlon of madrl- 
gal.s of the period was edited by 
Thomas Morley and puhUsbad in 
1801. Thto book waa caBsd *Ths 
Triumphss of Orlana. to fifo aad 
six voloea: composed by dluera 
seuerall authors." It contained con- 
tributions by Michael East, Ellis 
(Hbhons, pldfT t)rot)ier of th> 
famous Or'iuido («iM)>n,s. John, 
Mmidy. .J. ■.■!!. W;:b-;e^ .lohn Milton, 
father of tiie )»-^: .hkI other in^d- ' 
rigal writers ot M r i /ne 

Among the weil-luiown \-<ety~ 
wtMss verses were set to miutc by 
the msdrlgaltsis oio to bs JmuuI { 
Joha Doeas. saaw tlm s s eallM the \ 
father of modem poetry. Sir Philip 
Sidney, Thomas Camplan, Rdmurw^i 
Spenser, Ssmusl Dani"i \\/\n<'] 
Drayton. Fulke Orevi!:r snd r>n 
Jon son 

But In so main ■ aacs it is not 
known who wrote the words for | 
aUMy of our madrigals. Some 
yson ago a musicaJ organisation 
fram ftiglaod, riaiting Victoria, in- 
chidad a wmkm ti madrigals In 
thsir pragraauaa. Oae by Orlando 
Ottboas aoo vonr popular aad the 
words on wog M i gaoting here. 
Joshua Sylvestsr Is srad M sd with 

l)'-lr,g 'heir author, 
certainty of this. 



^ SYLVIA A. BOYDEN, L.A.B. 

M sSa M U %m Ortslaal Oempoattkin in B C PtaMMt 
PI ANO— TH EC R Y— H A R M O N Y 

VVpUS rrrparrd for Major Rxum.nnUnna 
<8MMuful Mfthod tor B«BlnMri) 

sia4i* iSlt Ohatil 



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L.R.A.M. 

Aotociatc Harpist, Trinity College, Umdoa ' 
Piano, Harp, Theory of Music 



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Thus simg her first and la*; tuni 
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THE DAILY CQLOiNlST, VICTOKIA. B.C^ SUNPAV, APRIL 29, 



FESTIVAL OF MUSIC 
OPENS UEIE TUESDAY 



—Dorothy McVle. Mary MclxJrte— 

PeifKy ONelU. HiUla Kyle Nancy 
Kyle, Dorothy May Fuller— Pegiry 
Ix>wf PpkRV Lowe -Marion Skel- 
Irrn IMvldft Mary Campbell— 
Maiioii Kkellfrn Eileen OrlflBn — 
Peggy O'Neill. Shlrlry (.Junn -Hilda 
Newton, Kvelyii Jean Canipbell - 
MartoO Skellern. Briiidit Wcxxl- 
WWd — Nancy Kyle, Naneen 
WHMStmm T>nr Barter. rr«U Nat- 
tiw— IfBMf Kite. Owca 

Dorothy 
I'eggy l<owe. 

Cla.s.s 56 V<« al Solo Olrl over 13 
years and under 16 vearh. prellm- 
iiiarv and t\\..i.l Conipeti'iK for 
trrtirU-iite The HalntX)W iRow- 
leyi Marjonr Wain Honor 8 
Benaoci, Marygold Nrt^h DuiHiini 
Nor«en ONelll. tieinldme UiLs 

Patanon. Roaanna uiUcBpie, Luna 
DarlliW. Wtalfrad Applecate. Ullian 
WUllama, VtoM OakwdMi. Allee 
Wood. Murtel M. JIUHS. SbtOa 

Ak»Ti!.(R 1 Sheila MacArthur. Ooo- 

^t^^nl r• iio*. Marie CroMley. Helen 

( ■,)• iiv..i'! Crt' ! 1' !.t M' I ■>' Verna 
(\t Macedo .Marion Kr-! Plu'.lis JudRts. 
HmUth v <ilHdv- N-'d ''iiii Hofiner.j 
H<".i 'liiiV.f DiHMe WiiKh', Mar- 
gai'-' Win III 

Claaa 58 Duet Olrls, bovs or Klrl 
and fcOf'. under 12 years piehm- 

Inarjr and final, competli^g tar 
ewttteataa. "8hq>herd. flhcphard 
Leav« Tour Ukbon" (aim«ed 
BoUt) (PurceO). D«Biaa Btttane— 
llartai«t Harrla. ■Otta Kjrla— PNda 
Nattrass. Sheila Daw — Kalne 
Hr.uum fiwiid,! WiXKlward - 
IXiru'li. Ma\ li'>«Pr Lytton 

. Rot).--( Ma. Mil'.,)' HonaUi MOel 
Barker— Bobby WlllimAon. 

FOMT BAPTIST CHURCH 
llOffVlac ttarion. 9 o'Olock 
judt*. Ifir. ncnaa P. Ounhiu 

8(^: El«- 



jmcnLiry; girls; preliminary and 
nnal (a) "Album Leaf (York 
Bowen); (b) "Humoreaque" (York 
Bowrn). MoUy Mlltoii, PrancM 
O'Neill, Lorraine Saul. Joyce Car- 
rter, Ivy Uunnett. Hilda Bamea, 
Jean NorrU. Hilda Newton, Evelyn 
Pettitt (Puyallup. Waah >, PYancee 
Mad V or. AlXreda Pattlnaoti 
Dorothy Peacock. Barbara .Bill, 
Peggy O'Neill. June McOoBald. 



Hate IfOnataM Pllllllpa. Vera Wood; 
PMll Thanaa. Margaret Llfton. 
Joyce Thomson. Dorothy R. Mac- 
Kay, Peggy Lowe. Glenya flmedley 
iLangford). Brrnda flalUi. 
IKMothy May Fuller 

Class 70— Pianolorte Solo: Senior; 
preliminary and Anal. CompaUnc 
tor certincate. (a) "Thm Oat's 
(Ijcaitettl): (b) TirattM 
M«tf>. OaeOa King. Bar 
bam DMMOB. Mary MacCallum. 
KaniMttl Oava, Krelyn Carter, Leah 
V Chow. 

Class 77— Pianoforte Sight Read- 
inff Under 19; preliminary and 
nnal Conuietlng for certmrate 
Judges selection (private testl. 
KLsle M Friend, Faith Caley. Mary 
Jane Rto<kneth (Seattle, Wash.). 
Barbara Rankin (Yakima, Wa.sh ) 

Tharaday Afternoon 

nm»T UNFRD omvmcm 

Afternoon Baaslon, 2 o'clock 

Profeaaor Collingw(K)d and 
Dr Perry Hull 

Class 20 Public School Compo- 
site Choirs: Preliminary and Tnal 
Any or all grades In ooa school 
Competing for the Oaorie JayOhai- 
lengo Shiekl. now bald by Quadra 
flehool. <a) lidDaby" (unlaon; 
( Johannea Bnhnf ) ; <b) '^e May- 
bells and tlw Flowers" rtwo-part) 
(Mendelaaolia). Oeor^;e Jhv ,S( hool 
Cloverdale School Hov.s C i titra! 
Re!!.*'! ;m)uI1i Pick r:!hrnni 
Kih'^.l i.j'ia'1irt J-^. h("il 'mkirtTidi 

Ci 'HI I" 'M' f ( 'I i >',] 

Cl«M IH tirad- fi Ctioirs Pre- 
liminary and flna! ,i > (ios.^i; 
Jones" (Deacant) (H. H. Alblao) 
<b) "A Japaneoa Xiollaby" (iiniaon> 
(C. V. aUnford). Talinle School, 



In a Glorious Golden Expanse at Beacon Hill 




mmm 



Q/ou. too 
luHiL 




IS THE BEST 
CHOCOLATE MADE 



The Photograph Ileprodu(.ed Above Gives Some Idea of the Luxuriance of the Growth of Broom on the Slopes of Beacon Hill. No Black 
and Wbte Fbelscrapb Can^Poiotbly ^onvey the, Impraialon Made by the Maamiicent Sigbt Unfolded When the Bushea Coma to Tbair JfuU 

^1 n Mooth and Mora Baforo Thev Uaual Tine. 



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From Neuralgia^ 



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JiMl A8PI1UN 5Mrf t Toftinf Jfotf In Fmt MlRiitf«f 



Nov roine;* (;;/K;:^/l./^7 quldt relief 

from liiM-l I. hl-s. I tir ilisHL nBuii- 

tis iKMir.ilk^i.i !hi' s'fai^flM^t 
1/ (1 %aid. get litsroi'cred. 

I hose results are due to a tcien- 
tific discovery by which an Aapliin 
Tablat beipns to dissolve, or db> 
integrate, m tba amazing space of 
two aaaoMi altar touehing moisture. 
And hanea to start "taking hold" of 
paia a few minutes after taking. 

11m illustration of the glass, here, 
tdh the story. An Aspirin Tablet 
starts to disintegrate almost instant- 
ly you swallow it. And Ihii^ is rrady 
WD ao to work nlmn^t tnstontli/. 

When \oii huv, ttioui,'!' t>e <>n 
guard aRalii^t Mihsl it utes. I - 
you get ASPIMIN'S quirk \ i..- 
sure the name HHver ui the form of 
a cross is oq every tablet of Aspirin. 




WHY ASPIRIN 

WORKS SO FAST 

Drop an Aspirin 
Tablet in a glut o( 
water. Note that BE- 
FOKL It toudiea bot- 
tom. It htn started to 
dbintegratr 

What it doM in ttiis 
slaii M doM hi your 
ttomach. Hanct Hi 
fa 



Dot fkft Harm ihaHeart 



Spring Cleaning? 




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Colonist Want Ads 

Holp Youl 

In the Clasaifted Ads yon will hnd a directory 
of •killed craittmett, m9y W acrvt you in 

painting, kalaomhiing and redecorating, car^ 

pcnterinff or rjeneral help. Let the Want Ads 
show you the way to prompt service and i«al 
•aviags. 

!■ avarjr Knt, whether yo« want to buy, to 
•en, to trade, yon will iad the market you 
Mid ifl tha Want Ada. 

HE DAILY COLONIST 

CLA88IFIBD AD DKPARTICXNT 
X41H-4US •OpcBtA.M.tolOP.M. 



South I'Kik S( h<K)l, Hiirnsule Sch'Kil 
Oaklands Si h. Mil. V'U l'iru West 

Scbool, Qloverdale School, Boys 
coBtval Sflheoi. 

CIa« It grade T or 8 Choirs: 

Preliminary or final. (a> Merry 

w - ! of Springtime" , : -mi 

■ 1 m ll)i:K.iWskv ' ibl "() Pi .li r'tul 

I Night • -w. )■ c ■„ ■ n.iin). 

I Victoria \\r>t . iiiix.)! CiMid' 7 
l oimie bchiX).. (.-tirls' ( ■ 
School— Grade 7; Blr James i><)uk 
las Scbool— Grade 8; Quadra School I ^^V ( 
— Grade 7; Chyrardala Scbool- 
Grade OM^ Oanlral Mhool- 
Grade 1. 

Claaa 97— Fireside Mtialc: Open; 
not more than 16 voices; prelim- 
inary, final at evening se.s.sion. 
Competing for John I Smith Chal- 
Ui'.t'c ru|i Own selection Beaux 
\'' V . I >! la School of Expre.s.sion, 
Finsl United C Ct.I.T., 4th Victoria 
East (Oonzales) Company Girl 
Quldea, L*dy Douglaa Co. Olrl 
ouldea, Oamp Masanoque. '^r** Ver- 
inatile Club— "Tlia 8pld«r and tbe 
Fly," Metropolitan llreiide Group. 
Royal Bride Junior CbH>ter, 
I.O D.E.. Cathedral Choir Cub Pack. 
Cathedral Choir Scout Troops. 1st 
VI"* r I We.st Ranger Company. 

' C. I.T Council. "Cradle 
boiiK Urohms), and "Still aa We 
Follow Now the OieaaL'' JoaQ of 

Arr (",' f>-i;-i 

HHSl BAPIISI ( HI Kt il 

Afternoon ■eerion, 3 o'clock 

Judge Mr ThomftJ? F Dunhlll 
Cla-ss 68 Piiinotorte Kdlo Jun- 
ior; boys; prrliinln.iiv anl t'.n.\'. 



'IJoosey Ai (Ui > M.t:KiUt-l 
M', I N lacoma. Wa-sh i, Ai > Ilond, 
iinizabcth Jones, Marlon P. Mitcbell, 
liUlan Reld, Margaret N. Preeman, 
Agnsa dotbier (Vancouver). 

Olaai 40— Vocal 8ok>: Meao-so- 
prano; • grade A; preliminary and 
nnal. OompetUig for eertifleate. (■< 
A Nosegay" (Key C) (Mgar Bain- 
ton) (Boosey & Co); (b) "Tiullaby" 
i :j,:.'. Td' 'Cramer). Mrs. 
H f r. iilx*tt. N^>rnia Naples, Doro- 
cv Mona Bradford. Dorothy 
ficf.vlcv 1 1 )ur!<-nii ' . S Audrey Wood. 
.■V'.i.sii Haiclii.v S\i\iH Hoiliind, Ruth 
A. Penman (Seattle, Wash.), 

Class S8— Vocal Solo— Girls over 
18 years and under U years; pre- 
liminary and Haal. Oompetlng for 
certificate. Own seleotkm. D. Ber- 
nlce Unwln, "The Morning Wind" 
I Ciena ni Hii.srombe) ; Ellen Bowles, 
■Pa.stcrale Rasabelle" (VeraclnO; 
Opal Abercromblc, "Linden L/ee" (V 
WlUiam.s»; Nancy Murray. "Tell Me 
My Heart" iSh H Bishop); Lily 
Conroy. "Tlie Fisherman' i Br Hu- 
bert); Joan Scharff. 'Wli.^ i- Hvl- 
via": Stella Leavltt. *Xui;.iv 
(Brahma); Elsie M. Friend. "Ci a 
ing Chloe"; Beanor Beatrice Elaine 
Hotson. "Blaekblrdi Bong" (CyrU 
Scott) ; Noel Johnson (Duncan) ; 
Edna Burgess, "The Leaves and the 
Wind"; E>orothy R Sfratham, 
"Young Love Lies Sleeping" (A. 
SoniervUle). 

Class 61— Trio- Olrla. boys, or 
mixed; under 18 years; preliminary 
and final. Competing for challenge 
cup preaented by uie Hollywood 
Ladles' Mtautrel cntfb and Miss OUve 
Campbell, A.T.OJi., XaMoa., now 



Allan, Uweudolyue May Spargu 

(Ladyamlth), Dawn Morrajr. 

OUMi US— Docutkm, Junior; boys 
over 10 and under 13; preliminary 

an fi:..i! (' r ;« tlng for ccrl!nr;it( 
"W./a.-iL. Allied Noyesi. J<.>li; 
Cameron Kr\c MoDre M l r h a > 
OBrlen, Howard Nicholson, Law 
rence G. Crelghton, Bobby Knowles. 

Class Hi Elocution, intermedi- 
ate; boys 9mJMmma» IS; pre- 
ilmbuery and final. Competing for 
cerUfleate. "RevelUe" (A. E. House- 
man), niUlp McMast^T, Jackie Coo- 
per (Nanalmo), Leslie EKMigla'; 
Clarke, George Ci. Weeks I,:;;:. 
Tom McMartln. Raymond H. Kcee 



Class 23— Public Rural Elementary 
Scbool Obolrs. Oonflned to three, 
four or fire-room aehools. Compet- 
ing for Canadian Bank of Com- 
merce Cup, now held )i\ the Mc- 
Ken/ie Avenue ScIkkjI ■ > ' "Die 

' >• ' Alec Rowley i ' 

b M. H. Nuvpllo); (b) "Tl.. DaiMei 
(two-ptirt) (Walter HateU i iNo. 
432, S. M. R. NoveUo). McKensle 
Avenue Scbool. 81dnarBBlOTlr~ 

Olaaa 11— Oonduetor^ OkMM, open; 
Junior efaoir oendiaetorB; preUmi- 
nary and flttaL OOBKpetiag for eer- 
tmcate Ttest Piece "Dream Pedlary" 

1 Armstrong Gibbsi iOxf<ird Choral 
iSoiiKS, No. 106). Cieorge H K. Uieen. 
Richard S. Fjiton. 

Clas.s 54 Vixal .Solo f'r] under 
13 years, pi' .: -i \ final. 
Competing lor ceriuicaU'. "The 
Lamb" (Rutland Boughton) (No- 
vello Scbool Scaig^, No. 1123). Helen 
MaeDonald. Lillian Wataon. Corinne 
H. Dm \ Anne Clemency (5rd, Myr- 
tle 1 .;. ,, Mary McL«ip, Eileen 
fiiifUn, Hrenda Wt>odv.an!. Petfgy 
I/)we. Miriam Newell, Winifred 



Nattnii, 

Dobbs, Rnda Kyle, Owen Peacock 

Margaret Ilarrl.s, Joyce Steveii.s 
Sheila DagK. Klalne Ua-^aiUa, Uleen 
Cha-sler Kvelvii Jean (ainplie!: 
Barbara M( Vie, I)ii\lda Mai) Camp 
tK-lI 

FUUiT BAPTltiT CHUKCH 
A ft ernoo n Session. S ettJleek 

Judge Dr Percy Hull. 

Class 35 — Operatic Clasa. open, 
over 31 years; preliminary; final at 
evening aeailoti. Oompetlng for cer- 
ttaeate. Own aeleetkm (original 
language, opttonal). Josephine 
Charlebols. "Vol Che Sapte" (Ver- 
di 1 , Margaret Mvles i T a r (> in a,. 
Wa.sli I, ,MiniKld\ ti'Hl 'I(ieri7i' 
(Wak'iiei I ,J M Piiltinfjei 1/.<U' 
and .Musir ' I ]■(»< a ' He.stei U.hin 
StJii Itoiuwj and Juiielte , <ieoi>;<' 
F' H Faimei ' Clelo e Mai i l^i 

Ci'.ai oiida' » ^ i PonchenelU; I sob el 
Dowell. "II* est doux. 11 est bon" 
(Herodiade) (Massenet); Sylvia 
Holland; PhylUa DeaflUe, "Ahi Mo 



Janetftieinen preliminary an. 1 frill' (-..ni 
IKiniK far certificate He;.i\ i\ 
'All IV Scene 4 >, King Henry "Oh, 
m.\ .vm . And grant it ma\ with 
" Ml ii , |>eace live" (ShaJce- 
si»»iM oi H.-nry VIll ' (Act Iil. 
Seeiie U > I 'aiewell, a loiiK farewell 
to all my sreatnesa" ... "Never to 
hope again" . . . "Cromwell. I did 
not think to abed a tear" . . . -Ave 
left me naked to Brine enenlae" 
(Staakeapeara>. Harry Oox, Eric 
Oarman, Wilfrid Ord, Caesar Fln- 

luriuire 



I IKST IMTED CHURCH 
Allernoon Session, 2 o'clock 
Okss sa— PubUe Rural Hemantary 

athoai Cbobn. Oonflned to one or 
two-room schools; all grades. Oom- 
petlng for the Ladles' Musical Club 
Challenge Shield, now held by (Gor- 
don Head School, (a) "The Lamb" 
'I'nisont (Oforge Hen.vhel) (Plc- 

li'.s In Son^!. Book IV Bay ley and ' Moorhouse, Ada Rose Burt, Gloria 
FetKU.'.on> il> H rk to theiParkc, Dorothy May Fuller, Denlse 
Chorus." 14-- 't • and Wick- Bethunc. Jean Margaret Soott. Joy 

etk Gordon Head School. | Groves. Naneen Stephens, Freda 



80^ rn Flauto Magieo") (MOeart); 
Kathleen Uvell. "Caro Nome" 
nugeletto") rverdi); S. Audrey 
Wood, "Pare Pace ("Xa Fotm del 
Destino") tVcrdli, 

Clasa 46— Vocal Solo, barttoaa: 
grade A; preliminary and final. 
competlBg tot eertifleate. (a) "The 
Lads In llMir Sundreda" (Kay A 
Flat) (SoBierrelD: (Bsoiey ft oo.i ; 

(b) "The Roadside Fire" (Key D 
Kat) (Vaughan Williams) (Boosey 
St Co ' ! :! :.cf Abbott. P A 
Otbbs, Aha Weiherall. Wilfrid De- 
mers, hYa.ser Lister, (1 H Ctanible 
(Duncan), E. J, Bray, J. H. A. Warr. 

Olas s 89— Vocal Solo, aoprano; 
grade B; pnllBUnary and flnaL 
Competing for eertifleate. (a) **Tbe 
Fairy Pedlar " (Key G) (Rewl^r) 
(J. B. Cramer & Co. London); (b) 
"Wilt Thou Not Olvo Thy H-'axt" 
(T'.achi (Patersi n llie Hundred ' Lit) 
p.i i.io'. !' Kathleen Allan l)ii' 



Mrs .Sydney Sherratt, Marjorle 
Thoniixsett, Heater Wilkinson. Doris 
R»wlins, Leslie Bravendcr, Bertha 
Ridley. Mlss Blanche Oorlett, Miss 

il.-ahe! iv-of I>.r,,')n Cox 

I 

FIRST BAI'lISl bClIOOLKOOM 

Afternoon Seeelon, 2 o^Cloek. 

JudKe Mrs Stanlqr D. Skene. 
Class 139— Elocutloo, open; gen- 



j I 'la.s.s uj -EltH uiion. Intermedl- 
'aU'. Kills o\ei Kt and under 16; 
' ineliminary and final. Competing 
!ot lerlincatc, "The Poets" (iGthUT 
o Shaugbnessy ) . Rubymay Brown, 
Barbara Monk (Nanalmo), Anne J. 
White, Vtany Alexander, Jean Hoo- 
iper. Ruth Horton. Ruth Evelyn 
Shaw, Jogroe Hann (Nannimov Pa- 
tricia Swan, Olive Burnip iNanai- 
II.' '..an Salter (Nanaimoi, Mary- 
Koid N.ush I Duncan), Phyllis Horder, 
Helen MatgegoB (Banalmo), DfliO 
tby Davles. 

daaa 191— atetttlon. intermedi- 
ate: girls over 10 and under 13; 
preliminary and ftaal. Competing 
for eertifleate. "The Little Carved 
Bowl" (Margaret Wlddemer), Allc« 
Stone. Dorothy Wemam, Alison 
Woodward, Mary Nina Orelg, 
Muriel Comber Corrinne H. Davie. 
Eveyln Alexander, Anne Clemency 
Ord, Loma Jane Barker. Phyllis 
Muriel Hick, Oeraldine Uette WU- 
Uamaon, Eleanor Brooke, IBBir' 
Kyle, Phyllis Going. Edith Fraser. 
VinrORIA HIGH S( HOOL 
A r -in Session. 2 o'clock 
Judge; Mrs. Ootsworth Clarke. 
OlaiB 117— Public School Entry: 
Any dance of the foliowim, coun- 
tries, under 11; prellminao' and 
final: Swedish, Danish, Norwegian, 
anni; Finnish, Belgian, 
and Brill,- !i Compet- 



ing loi Arion Club Challenge Cup. 
now held by Sir James Douglas 
School WlUows School, Qrade 4, 
"Gathering Peaaoods"; iriw g^t^ 
Street Sehool, "BUdt Mar': Oak- 
landa Behool. "Aee of Diamonds": 
North Ward Sehool Divisions 7, 8. 
and 9, "Aee of Diamonds"; Quadra 

Prlniai Rufty Tufty"j 

(;ootlnucd un Page M 



Competing (or 'zertlflcale. "Al- . ,j w ^ ,< ». 

legn! .Arnei. Toin McMartln, I !!fA<».^y Norem^'_Neffl.JI^^ 

Nelson, 



Di< k KigK'ns. Donald Nelson, Ian 
Grant, Paul Smith. 

Class 73— Pianoforte Duet: Ele- 
mentary: preliminary and final. 

Competing for certificates. "Duo- 
lofTue" (Markham Lee). Margaret 

Reld— Rosalie nr:!dford. PcRgy 
Lowe — Dorothy Mav Fuller, Marion 
Joynfton Skcllem Winifred Moor- 
house, Margaret Meriv Lorraine 
Saul, Dornthy Knight - Hilda 
Barnes, Barbara Atkln.s -Joyce Car- 
rier, Peggy O'Neill -Shclla Mac- 
Arthur, Frank Moore— John Swain - 
son, Lillian Knowlee— Gloria May 
Petterson. 

Class 64— Pianoforte Solo: Be- 
nif tary: boys; preliminary and 
"tiai Competing for certificate, 
a I "Carol" (Swlnstead); (b) "Tlie ' Partridge, Jutta 
Mldshlpmtte" (Swlnstead), Frank, Jonos 



vttt and Marie TrudeL "Blow Winds 
Blow" (Stanford!, Noreen ON" 
Kathleen CX)nroy and Marie T; , 
del; Muriel Jarvls. Marygold Ni fi 
and ELsle Hutchison (Dun. am; I, : 
llan Willlnms, Peggy O NeiU f i I 
Sheila MacArthtir; Anne Jane 
White, Patricia Swan and Dorothy 
Davles; Reta Gallie, Anne Clen 
cncy Ord and Leslie Clarke; Bai: 
Basanta, Vema deMaoedo and 
Helen MaeDonald. 

FIRST BAPTIST ( III R( H 

Judge: Mr. Thomas F. Dunhlll. 
Class 82— Violin: Elementary; pre 
llmlnary and final. Competing for 
eertifleate. "Melodie Plaintive 
(Cane) (Joseph WUllams). Fred- 
erick Llpsett (Vancouver), Fred 

BLer: 



1 Mo'-re, John 8waln.son. Bruce Mc- 
^Torran, David T, Jones. J. Morse 
Hatt, Jr , Barry Harper 

Claas 75 — Pianoforte Duet: inter- 
mediate; preliminary and final. 
Competing for oartlflcatea. "Moto 
Perpetuo" (Seeond Suite for Four 
Hands) (York Bowen). Violet and 
rferaldlne P. Mellor. Connie Bir- 
Shella MacAlUster. Isabelle 
. I'l Alex Ord. Sylvia Checkley— 
Fvrivn EIngland Dorothy Porter, 
Billy Inglls^ -Kenneth Cave. 



Thorsday Evening 
FIB8T UMRID CHURCH 
Bvenlng Seeelon, 6 o'OkxAc 
All Judgia In attendanee 
Class 80— Public School 
poslte Choirs: Winner. 

Clas.s 53 Vocal Solo Girl under 
n years; accompanied by 
t^lrl under 13 years, winner 

Class 27— Fireside Music Open; 
Not more than 15 voices; finals. 

flass 70— Piano Solo: Senior; 
^" : 1 ,iier. 

Class 33— Vocal Duet: T.B.. Com- 
peting for certificates. "Hear. My 
Manette" (Travers), Dudley Wlokett 
tnd Percy Wlckett, William Donald- 
on and James Traver (Tacoma, 
W^a.sh ), Oeorge F. H. Farmer and 
f 'A Buckler. 

< .1.S.S 96 Instnimrntal Trio: 
Senior (violin, 'cello and piano). 
("omi>f«tlnp for the Bucklln Trio 
('up Ardantlno and Finale" 
• from t>p 42) (Gade). John Pimm, 
HerAert Bottoa asd ICaigaret 
Prlngle. 

Class 87— Oratorla: Open. Com- 
peting for eertifleate. Own ealeo- 
tion. Oeorge T, H. Ftomer, "Sound 
an Alani* CBaadel); Doreen 
nantell, ^ffemdhiet Oott in Allen 
I nn ten " 'Bachi; Mrs, Rov Brum- 
baugh 'Tacom.n Wa.sh V "If OulU- 
less niood 'llaixle! l-atioUp 
frTT-'f. rd Hear Ye, I'larl" 
f ■ 1 Allre Bond "He Khali 

}••-'■ < II K'.w k . Ha. Kiel); James 

Fvt.v- () ckk! H,ive .'^eiej'* (St. 
Paul); SylvU HoiUnd. 

Olaae 4-€lmreh Chobs: Xnterme- 
dieie: meaiheirtilp andnr 40; not 
leai than M to Competing for 
Klwanls Chib Challenge gbleM. now 
held by Centennial united Church 
Chelr. (a) "Fji-ster" fArmstrong semble, 
nihhn) (Oxford Series of Modern c i> 
^r.•'■.rms. A-3 Oxford University j l ut^i 
p. .h. ■■}' vv.f n T/>x'rr and 
H: - i 1 ' M '' ■ '^;:alt.pr .and 

Bell chota: 1 tir« \.: rji), Bm- 
tnamMi Bap- -! 1', cuttt, 

Friday. May 4 

mtrr rxTTm rmnrH 

Mi'inint .'^'••-'.;oii 9 '«s .>( ,<«,■ 
-( \ '1 H - < or'i . '.i 

< ; ■< d»* A pr*" , . ' n I ! . II ? \ ,( "I I '. I ■ •( ; 

( oK.^^teiing lor oerUflcate. (a) "Xbc 
Hauling Hours" (Key P> CBMMM) 
(Novelk> ft ODw): (h) 
Strtngs (Cif HI 



Ciiuss 83 -Violin. Junior; prelimi- 
nary and final Competing for cer- 
tificate. "Gavotte No 2' (Book No 
3, Op. 84) (Hans Bltt) (Novello ."^ 
Co.). Patrloia WUllama. Albert < 
Vey. Raymond PbUllpa, Wesie 
Manhall, Loma Jane Barker, Rati 
aid Wool Berber. 

Class 88 — Violin, senior: prelimi- 
nary and ( , ■ nt,; for cer- 
tificate (R. 'lia-.ol <■ 'Ma(h-KretS- 
ler 1 (.'Mhoil A.- ('<> I, I 111 ■ KoniaiH't^ 
(Op 26i (Svendsen) (Fischer). John 
Hudson. Leslie ftedeile k ; Jordan, 
Rosette Lee. 
Class 93— VMoneello Sole^ Junior; 

S llmlnary and flnaL Oeaapetlng 
eertifleate. "Ave Maria" (fntn 
Op. 16) (w. Fltxenhagen (Augen- 
ers). Mary Llpsett (Vancouver). 
Class 94 — Vlokmrello Solo, senior, 
boy or preliminary and final. Compi< tinn 
I for cert ificate "Largo- Allegro r .n 
Splrlto" (From Sonata In f; Miri'.r. 
(FiCclei! Moffatl' (A 1. k H. • 

ners Street, lyvndoi... Heibcil C 
Botten 

Class 87— Violin Duet, Jxmlor; two 
violins with piano; preliminary and 
flnaL Oompetlng for R W. Maytie a 
Cup, nam held by Fay Ockendm 
and LeeUe F. Jordan. "BrlUlante 
Omeertante Duet" (Farmer) (Jo- 
seph Williams). Roeette Lee, Xath- 
erine Sceats 

Claiw 90 VlolH Solo, Intermedi- 
ate; preliminary and flnai. Oompet- 
lng for certificate "Minuet" (Donn) 
(Strad). Harry Brawn. 

Class 91— Viola BtOo, senkv; pre- 
liminary and flnaL Oon^etlng for 
eertifleate. "Pictures from nury- 
laad" (Op^ lit, Noe. 1 and 3) m 
Sehwnann) (Schlrmer). Leslie Fred- 
erick Jordan 

Class 99— Sl.iinK tjuartette, senior 
CVwo violins, viola and 'celloi t'om 
poting for Junior Musical Art,s K. > 
clety Cup "Andante, Mlnueito an- 
Trio" (From Quartette in O, No. 31 

K!^^f)> 'M.>7a;i>. ohooitar Music 

Society yuaj-tette. 

Class 102- Violin OlaeMB, Junior; 
noi lesa than eight to play; prelimi- 
nary and flnaL 'Xmie MMT (First 
two movsments) CL Oabrleni) 
(SriMtt ft Bon). Co m pet in g for the 
Uttle ft Taylor Challenge Shield, 
now held by George J. Dyke's en- 
■■ ' J. DylH Vklln 



BAPTIST 

Mocnlng SeestoB, t 
Ifrs. Stanley D. 

C.a,.. 120 F:- in,:,,„rv 

gn :lidrr Ul pt f :,-r.,HA} v fti.,) 

flna. ( . .Ill ;>e: ;i r..i ■■•^r ( if.' a 

"I he Fii , r ,e* llii'.p :<r\i-: » I'in:.v 
n. Siwia; l<..--e P«,;(iri(»r. .Uine! 

:^>i.l:it rie.id Nactraas. Carat Wat- 
'ovea. DoresM IdSIBen. 
Beverly wuson, JOaa Mestea. lily 
KIrkhaai. Doreen Mogford. Dorothy 
Roee Bills. Cathetlne Shaw, i>oro 
thy n ideBia n , Shliliy Otnn, Pamela 




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MARINE. RAIL a*voOAIR 




Even in Peace Time 
Life of Modern War 
Ship Is Ve ry Brief 

'■*hx|H< lalioii of Lift-'' Hxt'tl Scalt', Ailo|»l«<l by 
Admiralty After Late War, Governs Di»- 
posUioii of Britkh Naval Vetids 



SHIPS HILL 
VISIT HERE 



Norfolk and Danae, of West 
Indies Squadron, Com- 
ing This Summer 



It will Ix- 



'11. >■ •■i><)r' Ihiit till- All^tlttllan 
Cju\ ft iiiiu'iil Is iteKuliaUikg lor the 
butldti^ of a crulaar to replace the 
Brlatene diwro Attcatloo oomimc* 
to th» oompMBtlTdy tarttf Bte tiMl 
» modem wurnlp «iJoin. tn 
tIcneB of peace. The BrtdwM, th* 
flnt w'v-ri ,,r >m;v size to be coo- 
•tru< • i1 ill A iv'inliit was laid down 
at the HvdiH". N.mil Yard in .Jan 
Uary, 1913 l.nni. lini in .Sc[)tPriibcr i bitii !f ship h! twfi.:\ 

1916, ailfl v.n:i N"t 1 "ininl.s.Mr)l'.ril at (itliM! s ml , (1< 



I eriifmt>«-r rd that Uic 
AdliiUallv, v^!ii-n «n^:iKfd lii tlieic- 
organuatlim o( thf iiiivy tt(l«-r the 
adopted a flxed scale ol "tx- 
ot life" for the different 
ot wanhMiM, after whldi tt 
that thejr treold be 
ripe for replacement, even though 
employed solely on prnrp time rtii- 

! If ITi-.s .scHii' S'-l tisr iltf (>( a 



until October 31, m.iih sin- thus 
■ome three jrear.s and a half under 
eooetniottfln. and. by the calendar, 
li iMnkr w y ea i e ett years old. 

Hm of a vanhlfi. Jiovever, 
la not ml mied entirely by the eel- 
eadw when riM haji seen war serv- 
ice, as the Brisbane did. One year 
of war !• 'd ,,■ •;,(■ .'iiiilviilfnt 

of two \I 4!^ !:r, !f ! pi ar*- ('itidltlons 
- not an rx'ts ;\r II ll'iv^ anif and, 
by this reckoning, she Is verging 



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Sailing Fridays from 
Montreal jind (Quebec 
to £ngland, Ireland; 
fico tla n d and France 



Famous S<prTl( « 
law eClAN RATIf 

<)n» Rnufld ^ 

Way Trtp 

Tourist Aom 104. 188* 



Bsprt-n^ .Si rvic# from 
New York. Other re^lar 
Gnaafi aaii Aadior Lto* 
from New York 
•ad Boston. 



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817 Or 



SAIL 



CUNARD 

anchordonald;on 



aJid .MibiJiaj ine.s tin i, r: n^pec- 
tlvely. About seMn M.ii. nn'> these 
periods were extended m the case 
of cruisera, deetroyers and subma- 
rinee to twenty years, ilxteen years 
and twelve years, respeettrrty. 

Varloii.s .MiKi,"' 'ii'ii.s >iave been 
made to regard the capital ships 
and crui.'.cr.s us effective for still 
lODCer periods — thirty years has 
been proposed for battleships— 
bat tt k the 1936 scale which now 
■iiliaiiiflrelTT oper at e s to Olaai the 
arkbMie ><>, 

Nor .so .M-\KKK 

Obsolescence in a warship is more 
relative than an obsolete term, a 
ceadttloD at llaMUty to be out- 
classed In an aetlon with newer 
vessels of similar nominal type 
rather than a .statr of structural or 
mechaniiai di'i n-pu udc . for the 
■.<■;', V f ! K warship in iwace time 
i.s ni>i riraiiv sn si'\rtf ii .strain on 
ihe hull or n.a. iMiif >. h.s a I'-irre- 
sponding period entails upon a 
mereliant ship. This is borne out 
by the wdtneei of the Admiralty 
by a mere stroke of the pen, to 
Uisk'then the life of all cruisers by 
no less than thirty-three per pent, 
as par' of tlic projfrr'Kslve "rron- 
onn ' that ultinialelv extended to 
thf I'Hii <i;atlon of half a lUwen 
rniisci.s fiiTii the programmes of 
1927. 1928 and 1029, includlnt? the 
10.000-tons Surrey m4 Northum- 
berland, wlildi were MtuaBy in 
hand. 

Any ship Ls liable to be outclassed 
bv n fa.stpr, better nrnifd, or l.;. 'tr; 
proti-itfd .'hip 'Hip nava' d- iicr 
nati:::i:>', .i.vsumrs that » ' will 
be matched against another of 
similar type, but the constant en- 
deavor of the naval strategist is 
to eounterforee with a considerably 
greater force wherever possible. 
When he succeeds, as at CoronH. 
till- F'alltlands. the ,'<lnklnfi; of the 
Maiv Hose and Strongbow. and 
simi: It I ,.^l•s, it Is no di.scredlt to 
tl • ! I'irial of the vanquished. A 
n M ■ Is by no means the equal 
of. say. the new Arethusa, but may 
yet be a sufflOleBt strength aa{tln.«t 
another Moewe or even an Smden. 
ON LIGHT SIDB 
S' ii,r '.f thf railirr "C" rlfl.s.s 
cruLsers built during the war were 
definitely on the light side for gen- 
eral aervice. and perhape even for 
the North Sea aervice. on which 
they were largely employed; but if 
the Admiralty had been able to 
foresee the cour.sr of tx>liti( al event.s 
and the extent t<j whirh then ix)st- 
war building pro^ramme-s wpr<" to 
be cut down, it is quite on the card."! 
that some of the vessels scrapped 
might have been retained for a 
few. years longer. 

It is conceivable that future 
emcrK' iifies minht make advt.s.ihle 
the tran.^fer to nearer home v i ' 
1of th'" Australia and Canberra, hi, ; 
Ml ; ! .'icted .ship to rf place the 
HrLsbaiK-. In which event the re- 
tention of the Brisbane and Ade- 
laide, with the New Zealand ships, 
Donedin and ZMomede, la reeero 
for another five or even ten years 
might well prove to be JtBrtlfled. 



Two ships of the liritKh West 
Indies Squadron wUl visit the 
Northweet Padfle ObMt this 
Summer, tt wae •'mirmtti oiB- 
clally al the ftqulaatt Ifaval Bar- 
racks yeaterday. tlie flagship. 
HJifA Norfolk, wffl be at Ervqui 
malt from July 30 to AuKu-st h v«.iii ii 
she will leave foi Comox. temuiniiiK 
there for K'lnnvry piactue until 
August 27 aft, r uiurii . In v,ii; \,sit 
\'aii( 'jin <-t tjrtw«'fii A'ljni.st 1! 7 and 
Mil. .('I ,Si pti ir.b<-i I Vii f-.'Kdiiiiia: Mattlww 
Uiilii-!t Hcst V, ho surrrt'<l> Vh 

Admual Dr&x, will probably be in 
command. 

On July t. HJf A Danae wttl 
arrive at asfulmalt. remaining vatU 
July la, going from the naval 
harbor to Oomox on the latter date 
for gunnery practice. ii i), 
will be at Comox until .a , . i , 
when she will cruise to N • ; !i 
Britl.sh Columbia and .AiH.^i.aii 
waters. She will be at Juneau from 
August 11 until AuKu.st 16. going 
from there to Prince Rupert, where 
she will visit from August 17 until 

August at. 

TO TALI AT \ANAfMO 
On the way South, thr Danae will 
call at Nanainio for a four-day 
stay, from Aunu.st 2.^ until August 
29, and at Vancouver from August 
39 to September 5. Comox will be 
vlatted again betweea aepte—bw 6 
and September II. aad on her way 
back to her baae In the West Indies 
the cruiser will call tt Port AUx'rni. 
remaining there from September 
12 until Heptemb'-r 17 

With the chain'" in flags It Is 
not known who Mil hi- ,.!...,i:d the 
Norfolk, but the Danae, which 
was reconinii.vionpd at Devonport 
slightly more than a year ago, has 
the following officers aboard: 

CapUin. C. H. Knos-UtUe; com- 
mander, H. Clanchy; Ueut-eom- 
mandera. A. H. Alexander and C. 
A. Jenkins; lietitenants, If. O. 
Ooodenough. Q. P. Whltford and 

A. V. Lyle: captain. Royal Marines, 
E. I S. Martini: Instructor, Lieut - 
Commander C Youiu; M A : pay- 
iriaster, Commandei \V R Turker 
and surgeon, Lleut.-Commander C 

B. Fox. UJ>.. OJL 



Will Arrive at Esquimalt Early in ^\i\y President J acksotl 

Sailed Yesterday 
For Orient Ports 




I.inrr Had ( .i|»a« ii> rai «4o — hoK.rliy AiexaudeT 
Out loi ( aliloriiia Tre si<|rni jr{ (rrsoil Due 

I'aiiinK a tan n.M of passMigerslskmniy. aooowpanlod by lire. Weklf 
and a heavy kwd at genendfreigbi. oMBa oad four daidNB. aelM to 
the American MaU Uae Sa. Pieel. Manila. — «». w 

^n. UAN.ll.. sailed from Rlthetlthe Pa^ ifu- stramship i.mes 8s. DoT 

^'"♦w tr •'^"'"'^ "tt^v Alexandir ,valled l>c«l RithOt 

for the PlMl.p, ,n.. Ma>;d. Ma ,Ja nudnight vesUjrday. taklS 

(xui aru! Cnina i«.<1..- I he ,!ark ,„„ ^ H&t of passCngerS fOT 

'*' < San Francisco and Wllmlngtoa. na 
< I Dorothy arrived frOBi SeMUe ift ii 

took on nuuu and smne cargo be- o'ctock and «'»hTHfil a number of 



SI 111 ai ! 1 \ I'd f !T >ni 
o rlix k I iiitm I k>-d 



For Neariy Throe Months This Summer. H.M.S. Omnae. Light Cruiser Unit of the West Ind rs s ji adi n 
WUl Craiee in Britieh Cohimbia and Alaskan Waters. The Danae WiU Arrive Early in July ami Drnan 

Again in Late " " - 



fore clearing for Tolrahaaa. 

Ineliided to'the Uner^ paaeenger 
list wae MM. A W. Martwmile. of 
this city, who was eommeodng a 

leisurely tour of the world. She 

experts to lea'. r tl 
Shanghai, rout inmnr 



Island and Mataland travelers here. 

Among the travelers boarding the 
ship here were Mr. and Mrs. E M 
Mclntyre, Mrs A. Doui.;la.s Mrs. 
Peter W Bell, Mrs A Mclhirnev. 
.J.u'k.s^m at M1.S.S H(deii Loggln, MLs« Ethel 
aier Xi> Indi.i Swan.Miii Mr and Mrs K O Stuart. 



bv the Presld- I ' "larri'son where ^Mls-s K H Ru haid.s Mrs Flrlan 
"^he will transfei .i;i;n to the I*Tesl | ( ii la \ . - M v \n?i (ireavf-};. A. L. 
;i'nt Haye«. VLsiting In lUly and CL i ' \\ ' Stuart. K Rowe. 
Kiance she will then go to her old and Mr. and Mrs. William Oliphaat 



Ocean and Coastwise Movements 

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Coasting Lrail 





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yearly. 

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VTOTORtA-VANCOOVm - ■• rrtiMM* 
Allr« or Sf Prinrfu Rhirlott* win 

"Irtnrli Rl J IS p m fl ill. for V»nrouv»r 
.t!'1 «t 4 ."^0 p m rlmlY for Hiittlr 8^ 
Princew Alloe or Bi Prlncru Charlottr 
win iMTt VaneeuTvr dally for Vieterl* •( 
lO-tS • m.. •rrtvinc at Victoria at t ir 

0 m PrIncM* Ellxiheth or PrlnRcm Joan 
• rrlTH Victoria dillr at 7 am; lnvr' 
Vlft orlji d ally »? -nld naht for Vanrouvrr 

VTCTOMA*Mamji.-as nienn auce 

ot Bs f i im« M Chtrlottt trrlvt* Virtorli 
ilall. from Setttl* at l in p m Prlnrr<' 
Altca or Prini-ciui Charino^ if(ivr» Vlctoriii 
dallv (or ScatUa at 4 so p.m 8a Iro- 
quou arrlTai Vloterla daUy at S:3S ■.m 

NANATUO-VANOOtnmt - Ba rrlBcrt* 
rialn* will Ivav* Nanalmo dallr. rxr«pt 
niinriar. at 7 a m anil } n p m ; leave* 
Vancou*ar dally, cicepi Sunday, (or Na- 
nalmo at 10 a.m and e 41 p.m rrtaeaar 
Rain* makaa tstra aaillnt from Nanalmo. 
Batordaya only, al B IS t> m On Stmday* 
cniT, PrincnK CUltif i»..vrii Nnnatmo a' 
S'U p m.. and laavta Vaneouver al 10 

1 m and ( 411 p m 

VAirootJWR-NOKTnnkii BRmen co 

ttTMBTA - Ba Prt'lcVMa Adelaid* leaver 
Vancouver tvery Wadaaaday. at I p tn 
tor Princt Rupert 8a Prlnca Ororye or 
8a PrlBM RHpert itavw Vantsayar ovary 
Monday nlsbt. at t o'eliMk. for Northern 
British Columbia nolnta 8a Catala leaven 
Vancouver tvfrr Frinar rvenlni. a» 8 
o'clock, for Stewart Nn Cardana laaven 
Vaacyivar ovtry Tsanda*. fat Mnce 
Rupart. at S p m 
v^•I^;olTv^R urnnrN fi'A"' itti (B- 
■"•■■'S -ihrf .),,>ir, » .tva vaa- 

couier at 4 o'clock, in the af.rrnon. avary 

«econd Friday 

CAUVOIUflA BSRV10B— «a Emma AltS- 
•adar. Ruth Aiex*nd*r Of DorMliy Alas- 
andtr win laav* virmn* ••try Wsdnaaday 
«a« astsyday at midaiilit for Oantomia 
•■•••I Oa tauaa aiaaaador. Ruth Am- 
•nder sr Doretty Atosaador mm arvtv* a* 

day "and TSuHSSl''m!SmS\S!m* 

ID o 'cloc k 

waoT OOAflT— Prtneaaa tusutnaa leaym 
victoria on tbo lab titb and IIM of aaeli 

'Tinnih nt II a.A. 

SWART2 BAT-rULTORO BARBOR-Cy 
Peck laavta Bwarta Bay daUy ascapt Wti^ 
nsaday at t.'tS a.m. and ft p m.: Oy Pack 
ifavea miford Har^r dally ascapt Wad- 
at I • m tad « a.m. 
v: roRlA OOLF MLiUnia - Pnneaa* 



KBTRVAK — Cloudy; touthweat. lUhl: 
M »7 . SI. aaaooUi. 

PACIIXNA — Ovarcait: calm; t»V], ft I 
amooUi. 

CARUANAH — Overcast; calm: 3a.80. 

sinnoth 

CAPE HKAI f; Overcast; southwest, 
Unlit nouthwrM .10 n.'S IKht awall. 

Wireless Report 

lEstrvHii R p m . iinlesa oLIiermlae staled! 

ALBERTOLrrE—Bound Vancouver from 
Ban Padr o. »l« niaa from Vancouvar. 

HARMANTSR— Bound Victoria, >40 miles 
south o( Cstcvan. 

ROCHELIX' Bound San Pranelaeo from 
Albam l._707 mllas f rom Ban Francisco. 

HOUBTOM Omr— Bound Portland. 710 
mUoa from tba aMUth ot tha Columbia 
Rivar. 

UONTRBAL MARU— Bound Yokohama 
from Boattlo. ISO aUloa from Btattla. 
jmrnaanoH — souad ahaashai, tto 

miles from Bafevan 

bhifjiping Calendar 



IX )Rr)THT 

May ^1 



West CoiMst Mails 



TO ABRIVR 
ALEXANDER 



California, 



ion. 



Chlni 



RUTH 
AprU SS. 

FRBBIOSNT JBFFEH80N — Phll;pplne» 
China and tesaa. Slay 1. 
KMMA ALBZAlOHm ~ OWlforala. 

Mar 3. 

NARSNTA — RottStdaSt 

May 4. 

SANTA ROBA— New Tork aad vbv poru. 
Mar S. 

iTMPRERfl OF ABIA— Philippines 

unit J.ipan, May 7 

PACIFIC PRESIDENT Unlird KInsdom. 
May 7. 

DOROTHY ALEXANDER — California. 

Ml V 7 

(iRAfTA United Kinadom. May IS 
RttTH ALEXANDER California, 
May 10 

SANTA ROSA -California, May 11. 
^MKAii KARU (VaBeo««w)-nla»aa pwts. 

ixioN-cWiia sad Msaa. Uav 14. 
KMMA ALBXAWraa - Oaltfornla. 

Mav 14 

rRE"n.FNr ORANT-fWUsrtass. OMna 

and Japan. Mar 15. 

AORANOi - AustraUa. Now Zaatand. Fill 
and Hawaii. May 17 

DOROTHY ALEXANDBR - California 

Mav 17 

LOCHOOIl^ Unltad Rlnvdem, May II 
BAHTA RjafA-NM» Tork and way 
ports. May It, 
RtTTH ALBZANDIR - Catlferala. 

Ml" ? I 

PAflPIC 
Ml' T 7? 

EMPRKSa OF CANADA - PhMlpplne. 
China. Japan and Hawnil. May 3:t 

BMMA AUEXANDBR - California 
Mey 34 

SANTA BLBI'A— Cal.foinia, May 3» 
DOROTHY ALBXANDKR - Cillfornla 
May 33 

FREBIDETrr MrKINTJtV — PhlUpplnas. 
China and Japan. May 3t, 

MODAVIA- Ttnllr-rt Kln»<1om. May ^1 

RUTH ALFXAN OalUornia 

Mae n. 

TO ncpARr 

PRESIDENT JACKBON — JapSB^ Ohtaa 

ard Philippines. April SS. 
DOROTHY AtKUHDBR — OWlfteM. 

April 2(1 

HIYE MARfT (Vanrotivri Japan ports 
May 2 

RtlTH ALEXANDER — California 
May 3 



Malta closa 10 p m.. iti, inn and flat 
ol aacb month for Ahousat, BaniOeld, Oee- 
paoeoo. Clayoaaeh Cl»-ooaa. Ccooie. Ba 
tavan Point. Kakawts. Klldonan. Kyuouot. 
Nooika, Port Albernl. Port Renfrew. 
Juoen's Cove, roflno, Uduelet Dua 1:U 
p.m., Sth. IStb and 3tth ot aach month 



Mails closa 10 p au lUt aach moiiib, 
and > am, ttad 9t aaeta SMBtBf lOf 

Centre I.iUnd. Das IrU BA.. Mlb «f 
aacb month 

Malls closa • a.m.. 3nd, 13th and iTiid 
each month, exrept Sundaii. (or Clijo 
quol. F-'i-van font, K»kawl», Kyujuot 
An, I Id.'lno 

Malls cioia > a.m., ath, tstb aad 
ut each lonth. except Bundi 
oosa and Port Renfrew, 





luvnic m .Si l t land Mrs. Mackentle 
will return to Victoria in Uia Fell. 

Prominent travelers on tlM Jaek- 
soD were Charlee Dtckeneoo, who Is 
interested in aviation meters. bimI 
wlU dlsembait at Yokohama; Dr 




Treat \ i u 
Leave oil 



■.('!■ Aston. i 10 
"SliakL'tjuwn" 



tad nth 
tm Oto> 



Maila closa • a m.. Thursday aad Balst 
day for Bamflsld. Ecoola, KUdonai). Bin 
Matoo, Bachart and Uclurirt Due 8pm 
rueaday and Saturday 

Matta doaa 11:1» p.m.. Monday, and 1:30 
P m.. Wdayfc (w B olho t s. fori AUm aad 
QuatdBs Da* T a.m.. TuMday aad Pri 
day 

Mails nloaa 10 p m.. Isi of each month 
Caebalot Dua 1:1ft p.m oo tha 0th 
tni* • mm* lad at 



TRADER _ United Kintdom, 



Trans pacific Mails 



MAY, 1034 
CHINA AND JAPAN 

EMPRESS OF JAPAN Mailn clone 4 
P.m., Mar S Due at Yolmhanm. Miiy 19, 
Bhanrtail. Mir 23: Honrkoat May J5 

PRB«OBNT JBPPBRBON— Malls cloxe 4 
pm. May 13, Dua at Yokohama. M«r 2S 
Shanihal, Mav 23. Honckont. June I 

FMPRES.S OF ASIA-Malls close 4pm, 
May It. Due at Yokohama. Miy 30, 
Bhanshal. June 3: Hontkona. Junr ft 

PRBBIDENT GRANT -Malls cloie 4pm. 
Mar 2(1 nu» at Yokohama. June 8; 
Shmiihiil .turiP 12 Hr,nirkon«, June IS 

rMPRK.s.ci (,v r-ANADA -Malls cloae 4 
" ''in' «t Yoi-ohama. Junr 16, 

Shanfljal. i ,i «• ;i Ho-. my, June 33 

ArnXRAMA AND NFW zrALA.VD 
MAUNOANUt (via San Franc. -ro' Mall 
eloao 11:13 p.m.. May S Due at WelUng- 
ton. Mav 38. Bydnev. June 2 

AO^A^'OT Mill< rlour 4 r III May 23 
Dur .-I Aiicklnnd. ,lui r II .= i,1n. y. June 18 
MDNTITREY I via San h'raiirKroi M.iiln 
rlo.i- II n pm. May 28 r><i' at Auck- 
land. l^ f>vdn<-v .ii|t,, 10 



Corbet! 

Inboaad flam pon.v in California, 
the Paelfie Bteani'^iup i.ines Ss. 

Ruth AIex;inder l,s due iilot^Kslde 
Rlthf t Piers at 10 o'rhx-k tomorrow 
„ „ rUKhi The Rutli I.s bnn^;ln^; iia.v- 

steiia M. Mason, m.d.. or lowa, fo- s< nKei^ and carno fur the port, and 
InK to Yokohama; Dr. George De „„, remain here until midnight. 
RoeHeh a.id F>n,fe.s«nr NIeolaa Dc ^en alls is scheduled tO OOnUnue tO 
FJiieiKh. of tlie R.x*rl(h M i i.seiim . I Bf^ttla 

wh'i i\re to oslabli.sh an exten.slonl . _i « * • 

of M is^Mifi 't, Japan: Walter I . -XMyP"^ 

uie ABMfMas MBn x«ne Sb. rreepw 

dent Jefferson la exprrtcd here early 



Voyage in June 

BREMERTON. Wash.. AprU 38 
(AP).— The Astoria. 10JNM)-taa treaty 
cruiser, was comBUssioned at the 
ruget Sound Navy Yard. here, to- 
day, and will leave on her "shalte- 
down" emlse to the South Pacific, 
Jtme 1. 

Brief naval reremome.s were held, 
placing the .ship in full ri.inml.s,slon 
with Rear Adiniial F. H r'ampbell. 
rommander of the nth Naval 
District, turning the ves.sel over to 
Capt, E S Root. Major J. C. Pem- 
brook. of Astoria, and civic officials 
of Bremerton attended. 

The cruiser has 107,000 horse- 
power, and eerries nine eight-Inch 
guns in the main battery, eight 
nine-inch anU-atreraft funs and 
has two twenty-one-inch triple-tor- 
pedo tubes. She It designed for a 
spe»d of 329 knot.«; The Astoria 
will carry forty-nine officers and 
4R6 enlisted men, all Of wbem are 
here now j 

The new destroyer Worden la 40 
per cent complete, here, and two 
other d" troyers. the Cuching and 
the Perkins, will be started later this 
yenr. 

There are 600 men workli« on 
the warden. 



lapan 

Stenuihivrn and Miiss L. C. Steina- 
hom. who ix^«mle<l the ship here. 
Roing to Yokohama, and Kenjlro 
Yamada. returning to Tokia 

Othere aboard the liner were 
Thoraaa S. Ripple, bound for Kobe : 
John D. Palmer, en route to Shang- 
hai: K. H. RoMnaon. of the Texa:. 
Oil Company, going to Bhanvhai; 
W. J. Shanahan. buyer for Harri- 
son. KinR A Irwin, ot .Shan(.'hai, re- 
tiimlnit fo hi.s pofif thf re; l ieuten- 
ant - Commander iind Mn- llioiii.'i 
W. Shot'k. the 1: ri"('r pviMeedinK t" 

Rhanchal ti i a m 'ind nf dutv with 
the U.S. Asmtii f-'U^-i I ,ieiilen:int 
Trv'ln M. Han.'en I .s n Mi ; Ir\in 
M. Hansen and Miss Barbara Han- 
mn. fl«i llwtr wagr to Manila: H. c 
Harvey and Frank A. i(|fUHlelt. on 
their wav to ManUa; Rev. Edmund 
J. Nuttall, S.J.. from New Yo(k,for 
Manila: Albert Oestrelcher, M. A. 
Vandenbunr Mlf.-s Estelle Stelner 
and Mm W R Thaver. all for 
Manila, and Re-- M.uiin K Weide- 
mann. Seventh-Day AdventUt mis- 



Tuesday momlnff from the Philip- 
pines, via China and Ja|ian port.>; 
The Jeffersfni Is bringing In a Rood 
paaservKer ILtt and a large catro. 
.Several travelers will leave tlu* slilp 
lieiT and about 660 ton.i of general 

cargo will be discharged on the local 
pier before the Vbm eoaMniwli t» 



To BRITAIN AND 
THE CONTINENT 



From MONTREAL 

iMay 4 Duchrs* of Alhnll to Olaaanw. 
Relfait. I.lvrri>ool 

May ft. Montcalm to Havra. Southampton 
May II, Montclare t* 
Uvarpool. 



Mar n 



From <)UBBBO 

puTi-'v Of Aii'.iralia 



Rmnbaw Sea CadeU 



M.r, ir.ve. Victoria avery Tue^lay for ch™'''^— 




Jame* [viand Piers Island, Port Wash'na 
ton. Oanars Harbor. Marne Inland. Oallano 
t»;an<1 and Vancotivfr at 10 80 am 

VANcuuvER-Ai^SKA Princaaa Merab 
<iu iMvo Vancouver for Skasway vIS Sorts 
Pebraafv t aad is. March e aad & and 
April 8 and ML at S p.ai 

lukon and AUin 
MaiU 



as. and 



Malls eloio 130 pm. April 

Mi>v J. 1? 73 and 31 

MailK . ;n«« 4 r in April SS aad May 
■■ M nn.l ^H. aLrl .Iiine 4 



ALBXANan — California. 



China and 



Queen Charlotte 
Mails 



Mailt elOM 11:11 p.m.. A»m • sad 10. 
ond May I. 17 aad tli aad ItM B.ak. 
April II aad as. and Mae • aa« ». 



na and VhlliB»«B8a. May ft. 
IMUA AUQCANDBR - Oamonila, 

Mar S 

OANTA ROfiA ralifnrnla. Mav 8 
D'iROTHY ALEXANDER - California. 
M a V 8 

PRESrDBWP AmnaoN-Japaa. China 
•nd Philioamw. May IB 

ROTH ALBSAinHPI — eUUBfala. 

May IJ. 

8ANTA ROBA-Mnr Tork and way partA 

Way 13 

EMMA 
Mar 18 

RMPREA8 OF ASIA— Japan 

Philippine.. May 10, 

DOROTHY AUOIANDKR - California, 
Mar 18 

SANTA EUENA California. Vnr JO 

RtTTH AirxAvnrr' 'tifornla. 
May 2.t 

AORANOI- Hawaii. Fiji. New Zoalaad 
and AiMtralla, May It. 

HBIAlO MARU (Vaaamm>— Japaa ports. 
May IS 

CMMA A iarewsw i — oanforau. 

Mar 38 

PRBBiDBHT ORANT—Jspsa. Ohiaa aad 
Phillpalnaa. May as. 
BANTA Hm mw Tsrk 

f rr. 



British Mails 



BB. MONTOALM-aCatto elooo 1:M p m.. 

AptU 2l» 

wA.sniNfiToN iv;a New York)— 

Mailt cto.ti- 1 30 p m , Mar 3. 

sa. BREMBN I via ROV Tork)— Malls 
cioae I 30 p m . May 4. 

Se ntrRFNClAKIA (via N<-» YortO — 
Malls rio.i. I ,) tn , Mav (I 

BB F-MPHMS OF AUSTRAUA Mall.4 
eloaa 1 30 p m , May 0. 

Mall Intended for transmission via New 
Tn it muit be so marked When aent by 
air in^r linlfed Rtalea lines, mall may be 
poated two riav. Inter tlian ilie dates 

ladlcai- 1 

WEST IMiil - ' I VKRALLX 

acaiia aloao i Ai<rii M, 

J t M M t A 

Malla closa i :in p m . Ai.ni 31, May 4. t. 



Cull Idluiid Mail 



OAHOM. r*inrn M«vvr FENOBB 
MHJtM' !''>»< I " \ III , ., roN. 
RAi r<trRi.N(i i:4i.ANi) 

Mails close Bunds r Wrdnr.dsr Frldty 
ll;lft p.m : Tuasdai, 10:00 a m 

Mails das Sloaday, p.mt Saaday, 
Woteaoday. mday. 1:U a.ai. 

BBAVEB POINT. rVLfWH* BARBOB 

Malls eloao Taaadsy. Mae a.a.i Wid 
neadar FrMat. lliM BJa 

Mail. dasiniiBBi wsdsosBsr rndai 

7:1ft a.m. 

eBTCBM* 

Mafla eloao Aiaday WodBOoday. II :M 

p m 

Moil' duo Moaiay. ttU e.Ski riMay 

7;lft am 

eotm PBMBBB 
MaUa aiaaa Baaday. Wadaoodty. 11:18 

p m 

MaiK doo Msadae. 1:M »M4 MBay 

'i:lk a.m. 



^^IteUo olsso Tnaaday. IS a.M.i rrlday. 
ilsli BBS Ban-ii- 7 It a.m 

MOBTB OALXANO 

MsBs flisst Baaday. il:is pm 
MaOo daa Monday. 1:M mm 



Flagship of the West Indies Squadron 



Orders by Ll?utcnant, - Commander 
P. W. Tribe 
Orders for the Woek Ending May 
S -Tue.sday, May 1, 7:10-8:10. Cla&s 
No. 2, spllclne; Clai -^es Nos. 4 and 9. 
bends and hitches. Classes Nos. 3 
and 6. International code; Class No. 
8, range; Class No. 8, hoisting party, 
whator and gig crews; 8;20-9:io, 
Olasses Noe. a, S. 4, 6, • and 0, physi- 
cal training; class No. 7. flr.st aid. 
Friday. May 4, 7:10-8:10, Clajw No. 1. 
sallmaklng; Cla.^se.<i Nas 2 and 2. 
range; cla.sR No 4, t>ends and 
hitches: Classe-i Nas 8 and 9, le.id-s. 
Class No. 6. hol-stiiiK p;t:!v, wlialer 
and gig crews; 8:20-9 10. Class No 
1. sailmaklng; Classes Nos. 2 and 6, 
range; Glass No. 3. rule of the road; 
Class No. 4. lead line; Class No. S. 
semaphore; OIbis No. 9. leed line. 

Leave of Abeence — Th? under- 
mentioned cadet Is granted leave 
of abs'v'nce from April 27 to May 
20 Leading .Se.'iniHii W. Duncan. 

ApiKilntrn-^nt.s Ihe undermen- 
tioned ra l"t ,s iippolnted in chiir;<e 
of the elw' hin;; .'.fori- with efTert 
April 37; Acting leading Seaman 
Harris. 

Duties for the Week— Duly dlvl-j 
sion. Red Division; duty chief petty 
officer. C.P.O. Price; duty petty offl- 
oer. P.O. Klrkendale; duty leading 
Eoam-^n, LS Harris, duly bugler. 
Bugler Drvsd.ile; dutv onlerly for 
Tuesday, Cndet Robblns; duty or- 
derly for Frid.iy, (. adel Owilt. 

Sireiiijtli lnrrea.se — The under- 
mentioned r:idetj have been taken 
on the Mreni,'t.h: Cadet B. Hem- 
mlngeen. Mclndoe, P. PMkUngton. 
Oerter Bad IfBTBhaU. 

A. CRANK. WO. 
Sea Cadet Cknps. 

NOnCB TO MABDIRS 

Mariner.s :ije advised that i' 
unwairhed aretyl-ne gas llglit h: 
Soma.v^ River, Port Albernl, i.s re 
ported not bumlUK This light will 
be attended to a.^ ,soon as possible, | 
A. W. R. WILBY. 

Of Marine I 



Ta tha 



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$146Kw.y 

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K I lalwatloB Boo 

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ST PAUL 1 



HAWAII -JAPAN 
CHINA-PHILIPPINES 



May I Bmpraaa of Japaa 

fty 19. t«*«*aot«aoa*a> > • •llHPFMS of Allft 



May S3 Aoranol 

Juna 30 NIatara 

July 1% .•.*..•.•.•..«.■■•"«#•••... Aspsasi 

For runhar Informatloa Apply 
J. «. POBSTBB 
Bloamahip Gcacral Paaaenger Asenl 

r P a VI , I ,„n \ . , . .... 



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a 7041 



CANADIAN PACIFIC 



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Gulf islaids Ferry Co., Ltd. 

SALT8PRIN0 ISLAND SERVICE 



SM SJB. •tOS P, 

s:ae 



■T Ih. CT rsCB 

DAILY BXCKPT WBDNBBDAT 

Laa«* PalfarS Harbar 

troata Bvaots Bay 

SabjMii ta Owaaa WItkaot NotiM 
WCDNERDAT RIBVICE 

Uava ralford Barhar,... SiSS ^.m. Laav* Bwarta Bay 1»ae Ml. 

TABtrV 

Fa.M'nrera , 'V 

4iitainabllea 'arrord:nt to melghf, ISO IS 01. .V> 

Tracka lunonlinf to «iiei, 81, tS to S3.00 

Ie« aSa 

Par Parlhar latormatlMi aad Motor Coaab CoaaooMoao 

B im-tm 



GRAY LINE 

« 

25c CAB 26c 

PHONK GARDEN 11.51 





11 M NorlMiu will vmt Karjuimalt ^nmox Bftld VaBCOOVCT this Sl3minrr The shj^ wH 

At. malt. July iO. and be ta British Columbia watere until teptembtr 2. The Norfolk is a 
CoontT" clHB. la MM tapi^ aiai kas tMOB Iwr seB Bwef. Me carries eight dght inch 



•r the 




New Schedule Effective 



VANCOUVER .1^ QUESNEL 

AllHI 30, 1934 



■Finny aivia 

I II KlOl I 

laiLUAMt ijtat 

•••••-II 00 



Moo. and Tbwr, 

Btac* rotinM'U with tram at Ouear>«l for p.i'.rne«'rf to Mid ffmi/ PTineO Ovflroo tad 
Uate<^ 

L.NIO.N hlLAMbUifS. LIU., AM HLMBOUTT 



Taaa. and Ttiiwa Friday 
•.M aai. AT. e la ajB. Ar 
t se a.m bo. a:ae a ai. Lt. 

'} II a m - M:U am " 

I tt » m *■ n:W eat. Iiiy. 

3 48 p m *• 

t.v 



BatarSay 
0 M pm AT. 



II 



TUnraday 



a OS a.M. 

0 00 a.m. " 

fl 10 pm •• 

7 4j p VI L* 

rrtdoy. 



Pacific Great Eastern Railway 



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THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. R C , S DAV. ATKII. Vm 



CARDEN WBii\Many Amateurs Taking 

Snapshots for Contest 



MS, 



Th« tiric ia not meant to iinpli 
Xuiitcil growth, hut l(j BuggeM »i)f<.id 
effort* to aihu-ve Ide •jurdatuUr o 
unuBual III cHrtt I hm ituy hii.l ex 
|)rr»„,ii III kixk. V\atcr or Suiikri 
t.dnlen, or in theu- comUlUtion. I h* 
inoBt »tuprn()ou» rxAmpIt oi wtun 

fardcniinf < he erection of th. 

I.i.ijjirig Gardens of Bsbylon. You, 
haiiKinij Karden may be a window box 
display in)( iViLiiuan. (cranium*, Lof* 
i*''»"troDe«, Fiuchias, Verlf /ias 
etc. B«foc« Cuing tb* wtadow bu«, iiu> 
M OM M taMpoonfttl «l C-I-L nam 
Food p« qcHt of knI and Add il» 
•nooat mr «iau« foot ol aurfan 
•t iatmvh «f 4 to 6 weeks dirrinn 

■MMO. WStOring b. R(xk Crdenf 
aflord OMlWof bMUtifyiii|( an uneven 
PMOoof ground and a relief f nun the 

P(0««lm|orte of the pnri. U,\ 

j^yy ca lowaw have li- l>r )<r(.U(Hd (ill 
•wet. Proper dramane is e^s«•ntlal | 

.ycfc potkcl Ulwerii I ht uxkji 
•"••Ud bai^ an outler U low J'laiits 
mtHMttor a rtx k R if ien are ti.e miull 
•rand dwarl ^!i>v,u,^^ v.in«-tifs, the 
IIMor mdiidniK »,riie alpine planrB. 
MA K<Kk ( re»» ui Arahi», I 
WHM, et. Send t.;r llulletm N,, 7 
yhji Ue a cribca R ock Oaxdena, Water 

'^"••■^ WmmIbv " 



Every Mail Bringi* Fresh Clouiiignnient of Photo- 
graphs for (loIoiUMt Judgt'M lo (ihoowe — Sub- 
jects i aken by Competiton» Are V aried 



of tte 



of 



i-h* jiutgac In in* DaUjr OotoDlstlfliM «m 
Am*t«ur ■MiKwt fltipiriHnn vlU Ugbt and «lMdMr. Ilito mm taken 
ha?t tbctr wortt evt oat to Mtoet- bjr U. F. 870100*. Jordui RtTer 

tu f ting nWiir'M w^^^^, ^.^w...... 



the meet interesting pictureji 
submitted. If the entries already 111 



DOG STUDY 

ace a fair .sample uf what will , o,ne , ^^''.'^U* t»»« tttio Of a 

Kvery n.all brings a Ir.-.h l,«t. li -fibrili ^^^"SSS 
sjia|jhh((t.s of fvcrv kind t}«MririK' 
Mltiifiis to Uw keen Inteieai laken 



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tha 



CMAttMN INDVSTMEt INNfTED 

"RTILIZtR DIVISION 

P.O. Box Ii60 - .VIONIRtAl 
NEW WBttTMlMSTEn. m.C 




bv plio 
Inland. 

The Colouist Ataatmr Snapshot 
CkxnpeUtloo la voaiarad with Uie 
aim ct dlMovtrlng tho lamt Inter- 
esUag pietarM taken on Vaneouver 
Island thla SomnHr. Ttm makies 
submitted WIH ba judpd OVery 
month the foHowlnff well 
Vlrioi ia [>hof o^raiihcrs havliiK <"on 
fi''iilfil to arl as ail )U(ili iiti)i s A. 
V PolUiid A:,-%(><-lati'<t St yerx\ Nt'ws, 
Ltd; K J Savannah, SavHiirr.ih ;> 
Htudi." and HrsttT Wilkinson, Por- 
trait Photographer. Fourteen caah 
prises will be given at the end of 
May, Juna, Mtir and AagiMt, with 
honorary Kmtm gt&m to ttie next 
best flfteoi WMIK nuae latter 
will take the form of an easel 
mourn rj'Aum'-u'.cvi presented by 
Ihf ("r.N'rtl i l.'i; !. I'liotoffmphets of 
Victoria 

8UBJKCT COUNTS 
Tbe averace i4x>tograi)her often 
has the Idea that In a contest of 

thla kind the snapshot taknn on the 



.taken 

by Mita itoo AUftflO, Modirgast 
OUaet. Ita. A. OMtaMB. dahimet 
Street, antera Tlowa of scenic in- 
terest, as does Mlai Dora Shuler, 
with a seaplatie outlined against 
the sky Mr.«i E P Porter ^erwls 
both a portrait photograph and a 
,<!hnt of a fine flowering plum tree 
Tile .Mia!» of a sailing dinghy, taken 
by H E Boor man, Curric Road, 
known I •'"t'-llent cloud aflMkl, While 



a homely but effective aOMW li en 

titled - F'ather aardenlng," taken by 
MraiLC. Sllbum. Macauley street 
Master and dog are again portrayed 
in the photograph bv Mrs P T. 
Rowe. R.MJ). 4, with the picture of 
Richard Mtm MM Mi MMi oom 
pan Ion. 

'A Pause for Refreshment."' 
takm by Mrs P I) Weeks. Hillside 
Avenue, is a series of three snaps, 
with two tiny tota In the garden 
taking the mld-moming ration of 
milk. C. T Nelson submits some 
si^endld snapahotA of scenic Inter- 
est from Beaver Lake wliile Mrs 
B. Hallow, LInklea.n A\fi:iic hlmrisj 
artistic backgrouiwi wi h > 'i!.- 
studies From Sidney come t".o 



Grace Line Ships to Start New 
Service JNexl Week. 

WITH the arrival here next Saturday morning of the 
Grace liner Sa. Santa Kosa, from New York, the 
managemont will inaugurate a new Victoha-Se- 
attle-San Francisco service. This will be operated in 
between the intercoastai sailings of the Grace Line ships. 
Heretofore, the Grace Line VWMOls httf aailed from Vi^ 
toria southbound on Monday evenings. Under the new 
schedule, whether on the abort trip to California or tha 
longer voyaga to New YMk, sB Milmtl Witt bs 00 tMlisj 
evenings from Victoria. 

Intcrcoasul, tha tima of arrival of tha Santa boata, hera, 
will b« Ml Sstordar nommgs. a« ia tfas pstt; but o« ths 

short run to California, Hm shipf dOt tS dook locslljr 

on Friday mornings. « 



Orderly officer, Saoood UavL J. If. 
R ookingh a m ; naatt far duty, Saoond 
liant L. A. nendlnt: orderly ser- 
geant, A -8ft P. 8. White, next for 
duty, A -Sgt. J. 8. Fox, orderly cor- 
poral, L -Cpl H E Hlpwood, next 
for duty L.-cpl. E. F. Jackaon. 

Parades Monday, dpifl ft, 1934; 
paradaa undar ittit anange- 



.spui of the moment .stands nojmore Rlimp.ses of dotnestlc animals" 
chaiu e agaiiifct the studied effect ' ii,i.s tune Angora rabbits, sent in 
uihit v.d by the expert pholoi;- i. M: A. M. Melkle. A ciever Shot 

rajihi'i Huili i,s not tlie ra.v, how-' 
ever It ;.s .subject Interest 

rather than the technical perfec- 
tion of tlM ptetm tliat oounts. 
Tha anapa tliat have now ben aent 
in, a bare two waaka alnoa the 
contest wM fblt announced, show 
the varied forms a picture may 
take and still be eligible for the 
romtxtition. Mrs. H. Adams, from 
Vijij!>ou. VI.. sends charming 
-s of a rh;!rt with her doll; 
1 eimp.'xir; Ml i;o3r»l Oak, sub- 
n ir a snap of two kiddles In na- 
tnr ii pose; Mrs. O. A. Thompson, 
I i»wr ptetura of doff and boy^ 



' ntttlad '^nUaa." 
rugged shoreline 



Wlfa-.ata, 

hat. 

Hubby— Wril, If aha were as at- 
traoUva aa yoa an, my dear, ahe 
«a«ddnt hafa to dapaad w auwh 

upon the milliner. 



Saaacapaa azid 

diatlngulah the 

entries of H Winder Rudlln Street, 
takpii V.'.'t (•i>a.sl of Van- 

(■oii\(M I-!, 11.1 a !i Miiely backvard 
scene is I ran.sforiiied into an amu,';- 
Ing KllniiKse nf ■ Punch, Haying Hi.*! 
i'ra\ers ' depict ini' a terrier In an 
attitude of devotion. Thla la sent 
In by "Bobby" Cadwallader, from 
Chemalnua. Another dof with hla 
young maatar la aubmltted by Mrs. 
O. H. Cahaton, Falkland Road. A 
pietiira of tha Mink Creak Brldse 
OB the Jordan River Road i^m a 



of a gull, lighting on tha window 
ledge. Is taken by O. W. Bllbrough. 
while from ParksvOle comes a lovely 
study In refleetlnn.^. entitled "it^ng 
Shadows," by \' • Butler. 

"Diese exanii are taken hap- 
hazard from among the many en- 
tries received, and the comment* 
upon them have no bearing upon 
the ultimate Judging. They do, 
horiever ^erve to ahow the many 
different forms a anapahot may 
take and ba aUglbla for a prlM in 
tha aontaat 



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1. Satl'fli 
6. Swervefl away. 
11. Bench 

13. Whistled. 

14. Land measure. 

15. Brother of 
17. Ckxldess of 
It. Parent. 

It. Changed. 

51. Mystic Hkada word. 

23. Boxes. 

24. Pronoun 

2ft .Smnll handbag. 

27 To go wrong. 

28 Pronoun. 
2fl To state. 
30 Variation. 
33 Red. 

34. New SDfland aUta (Inlt.). 
S5. Jacgad rook. 
S7. Deer. 
St. Bone. 

St. Watery fluid. 

41. Type measure. 

42. Wandered • 
45. Part of "to be." 
40. Period. 

49 Loafed. 

49 Bond. 

50 To testify. 

52. Harmonized. 
14. Lunch wagon. 
M. Traaakitaa. 

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3 Wctcrn 

3 Pronoim. 

4 Small ducfca. 

5. Bench 

6. AfyrumulatlOB. 
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t. Fiaaook buttarty. 



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9. Greek letter 

10. Circuitous way. 

11. Weakena. 
13 Half 

16. Practloa 
19. Stopa. 

30. Consecratad. 
33. Ehthusiam. 

36. Purport. 

38. Note Of aoalo^ 
29. Sloth. 

31. Odins mother. 

32 Mu.sical note. 

33 Extended. 
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37. Chief. 

38. Rank. 

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47. Slender pinnacle, 
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5TH (B.C.) COAST BRIGADE. C K 

Bn^jade orders by Major M. A. 
Kent, Oiticer commanding lih (.B.C.) 
Coafit Brigade, CA. Headquarters 
Part One 
Duties for week ending May 8. 1934 : 
Orderly officer, Lieut. T. McOimp- 
sey; next for duty, Second Lieut. E.: 
Ileming; orderly sergeant. 6gt. E. 
>\ . Merriman: next for duty, Sgt. 
w J. Sullivan; orderly bombardier. 
L -»dr. F. H. Foster; nasi for duty. 
Bdr. J. c. Smlrl. 

Parades: All unite of tha brigade 
win parade at the Armories on Tues 
day. May 1, 1934. under their respec 
Uve battery commanders. fWl la at 
7: p m. Dress, drill order. 

Annual training, 1934: The Coast 
defence batteries will proceed to 
( amp Macaulay on June It to June 
28. inclusive. The fitth field Bat- 
tery and tha ISth Haavy Battery 
will proceed to Sarcea Camp on 
August II to 18, 1934. 

Senfeant/i' me.ss meeting: The 
monthly meeting of the sergeanU' 
mess will be held in the mess on 
JjHjriKUjr^^May 3. 1834, at t:SO pja. 

Pari Two 
Laava of absence- The fniiowinK 
officer. VJOJO.t s ai, 

granted leave of „ f;,,,; 

the dates menlloni- ; ; , 
Smurthwaite. 55th ileavy Battery 
C A . from 24-4-34 to t-S-S4; No' 
3118. Qnr. C. A. Burlay, tSth Field 
Battery, from S4-4-S4 to 1-9-34: No 

3147. Bdr. A. Oaotler. .If^th Heavy 
Battery. C.A.. from 23 1 H 4 til 

31-5-34. No :fM2. L.-Bdr. D Dickm- 
son. 56th Heavy Battery, C A., from 
1-3-34 to 31-8-34. 

B o No. 68, as far as It oonoema 
No 7307 (Onr. B. O. Hartley, ttth 
Field Battery. OA.) la hanky oan- 
oeUed. R. o. BRAT (eaplaln). 

Acting AdJuUnt, Mh <BjO.) 
Brigade, C A 



Badge awards Tlie badge awards 
committee Ls pleased to approve of 
the award of lai)el badges to the 
undermentioned — Plpe-Major A. 

Wallace, Cpl. A. RaaoMgr. Piper c 
Shepherd. Plp«r J. R. McMillan, 
•r O. S. RolMfftaoB. Flper J. T. 

Coutts, pipar A. Men i-oiUKk, 

A .Sgt J. Milton, Pliwr A W( Mil 
iaii, ."S^jt i" Milton. Cpl J U Marrs, 
Ormr u Harruon, Drmr. A. Wal- 
,a( e, Pijii'r D, 
Pipe Band. 

Notice: compaidw rtaalrlni to use 
the miniature range wUl iH>ply foe 
•ame one weak ahead of the time 
required. Companies wishing to pa- 
rade to Heale's Range for musketry 
miut make arrangcnienUs with the 
musketry officer, Capt. D. O 
■I'h(inia'> 

fne;d L>ay: May 13, 1934, combin d 
operations and field day with the 
3nd fiattaUon. Further particulars 
may ba oMalnad ttvougta battalion 

headquarters. 

Heale s Range haa betu r^-d 
to the battalion for mu-sketiv on 
the undennentio! 1.1 d.rs .m.c. ju 
Jtana IT, July ~ \ ^ ; > 

H. M. McUlVSiUN 

Oiajor and Aettng-Adjotant). 
Part Two 
Attaatatteoa: Ro. isu, Pte. H. E. 
Goodenough, haadgMtrtart (aigBals), 

26-4-34 

Postings The undermen' iied, 
having <omplrU>d recruit training, 
are ported to companies as set op- 
posite their names— No. 140t. Pto. L 
Oarbutt, haadquartan (algnals). 
No. 1540, Pte. C. Hutchinson. "D" 
Company (MO); No. 1550. Pte. D. 
Mainprlze. headquarters (signals i 
No. 1543, Pte E Haut. "A" Com- 
pany; No, lf>42, Pte '■ ; \ H" 
Company; No. 1545. Pte. D. Day, 
headquartem (MfUOt), H from 
26-4-34. 

Diaohargaa: No. 189t, Pto. O. Med- 
ley, "C" Company: No. 717. A.-Sgt 
K. Morris. "C" Company, as from 
26-4-31 H M McaiVEhMN 

<Major and Acting- Adjutant i 



elatlaa and a ti a to ha i -bearer certin 
eatea wlU ka held on the following 
Tueaiar* liir 

H. DAVENPORT 

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DEAIUCIJUMS 
A.O.UING 

Funeral Services for Pioneer 
Creamery Owner Tues- 
day Afternoon 



Snelling, former creamery owner and 
latterly employed in tlic free text- 
book departmant a( Iho DapartoMnt 

of Education, who pa.'ised away on 
Friday, will be conducted Tuesday 
aftomooB at tm o'Oloek at Ray- 
ward's BC Funeral Chajiel Inter- 
ment will be made in Ruaa Bay 



WANTS DOMINION 
AlO FOR BRIDGE 
TO CROSS FRASER 

NEW WESTMIRRIRR, B.C.. April 
28 I CP • llie proposal of Tom Held, 
M P. for New Wettiuliister, that the 

Dominion Oovemment ahould fi- 
nance ww Iii mjUuh of a nav Mdge 
acroM «ha lYawi River or remodel 
the azlatlng structure to meet mod- 
em traffic requirements had bet n 
endorsed by the Board of I ra<le 

Mr. Reld pro|>')se(1 that ttie bridge 

ac h an> e be taken care of under aliaavaa hit father, tov 
Federal pobila worka pngramna. ibcallMr ta ~ 



Mr Rnelllng who was sixty two 
years of age, wae born in Uorklng, 
.Surrey, England and Oame to Vic 

rorVDED f REAMKRY 
On hi« a.rrlval here. Mr HnelUng 
became interested m dairyuig and 
founded the old Victoria Creamery, 
on Carey Road. He left there later 
to —t«i>it^ 



The Colonist Amateur 

■ * 

Snapshot Competition 
Starts May 1 

A Mftrd to tht Wiit: 

Your chance of winning one of the prizes is alw a\ 
best in the early days of the conteat, when the entrit- 
are fewer. So try U poaatblc to enter one or more in 

the first month 

W hat you nu> ilunk hu^ nut much chance mtT, in tin 
opinion of the jvdget, be a fmre winner. We have 

-en snapshot;, po tin,.,,:,.!) .mm pl.int which Were al- 
nio.st certam prize winners, but which were never en 
tered in photo eonteata we have taken part in before 



After laaftin the creamery bust 
nesa, Mr SndOlng Joined the Provm 
Cial Civil ServUe He .served over- 
seas with tile Koyal Engineers iind 
was a member of the I'ro Patna 
Branch o' the Cmadlan I,eg;on 

He l.s survived (>> two sons. Ailliui 
JHme.s iin<l l'"r e<lcn( k ( ieiyrjje Hnel- 
!:nK f>>tti o? Virtorla ,ind four 

grandchildren. His wile predeceased 
him fourteen yean ago. RC alao 



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•f eaenr-aarla. ^^Sf^^^ ' 



^y^^^l kliB#.T. flifer th* 

(Mt eC nar blood— tkat is their normal 
If tkey fail, poisoas gatber and lllnes. 

kebaat Hnnng ' 
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MDowa. Dedd^Kiteiy puis are tkebsat Hpr 
nay restors tke bMasya to as 
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IITH K(>K1KK.S.>> HIONAL 
COMPANY, C43Jb 

ordrn by Gaptw B. Ghryana. affl. 
cer ooramaiidlng. 

Parades : The company Will parade 
on Tuesday and Friday, May 1 and 
4. at 8 p m Draia (unlU farther 

order<;> mufti. 

f^' decrease: nie 

mentioned has been struck off 
strength from the dato aet oppoalte 
hla name No. us (Wg. a. A. 
Stuart). 94-4-S4. ^ — «. 

No tice: Vacancies exist for a few 
recruit* of a suitable type who are 
prepared to devote them.M'lve.s to an 
Intensive study of line and wireless 
telegraphy, AppllcanU should pn- 

.sent thenuelves on Tuaadaya. at the 
Armories, at t pm. RIgh adiool 
matrtculatkm la knpo rtant 

B. OWTNNB (captain). 

MTR fORTRBSS CO.. C. OF C JE 

'^rden for week ending M . 
!'>'<4, by Capt. J. R. Mcintosh, t .>! 
' H officer commanding 17th Fort- 
' - Company Corps cf f»f»»«i|«fn 
Ki i;ineers. Bsqulmalt, RA No. tt. 

i'arades: Tha 17th Fortroai Com- 
pany. C. ef OB.. wUl parade at 
CWnpany headquarlers on Tuesday, 
May 1. at 8 pm. 8 to 8 30 pm , 
baypnet training. 8 30 to 9 :5 pm, 
mllltarv law 0 t% t,, lo pjn , In- 
f « n* : V t r It 1 1 1 t 

Dulles: lo l)e orderly sergeant for 
en-suing week - Sgt. J. Carter 

c. of CA J. H. MenrrosH. 

(Oaptateaf o. of c.e.). 
Officer Commanding ITth PVrtre^s 

Company. C. of CB, EsqulmaJt 

RXt 



Un MACHINE niTN RATTAUON 
r.M.o.c. 

No. 17, Company Orders. "A" 
Company, llth Machine Oun Bat- 
talion. C.M.O.C. Tt» AtmortM, Bay 
Street, Victoria, B.C. 

Part One 
Duties for week ending May "i 1934 
Orrlerlv officer. Second I ;. H 
H . ' < f for duty. ' ■ ' i i<'>it 
A n tuay; orderly sergeaul, Sgt. 

> J o Richards; next for duty, 
L -Sgt. C. O. White. 
Ccmpetlttana and demonetntfama: 

All personnel selected for competi- 
tions and demonstrations to be con- 
ducted on May 24. KtU wi;i as 
semble at the Armorie.* at n ',o a m . 
.Sunday, April 29. 1934 

Special training: All officers and 
N.C.O.'s not below the rank of ser- 
geant will ■■■amble at tha Annortes 
at t:lt pm. for ^wdal training. 
Monday, April so, itsc 

Part Two 

Bxamlnntion results 11.. ' ..i 
'ng are the results of m; < - ,.! .i.;* 
tlnn iriCH of Machine j 
at Esquimalt, B.C„ 10-3-34 to 34-3-34 

—Cpl. A. W. Aklne» foaVflad aar- 
gwntlI.O. 

Oerttfleates: The undemoted cer- 
tificate has been reealvad— No. 
E10196 (Cpl J. w. Aklaa). machine 
gun .vrgeant Authorlaed battaMtn 

order No 4. 17-4-34. 

Notice The regular monthly meet- 
ing of the sergeants' (oompoalte) 
meas will take plaea on Ftlday. liay 
4. ltS4. at t p.m. Att 
urged to attend. 

R H W. CLO\' '^' • ;nIor) 
Officer Comamndlng A Company 
llth M 
CM.G r 



CANADIAN SCOTTISH 
l>;t Battalion <16th CJE.F.) Can* 
dinn Scottish Regiment, 
ordem by Lleut<OaL F. 
stephaneoa, eOkor 




NO. 11 MAINTENANCE COMPANY 
OJkMJO. 

Company orders for m ^ ri- r"i,e 
Saturday, May 5, bv Mia mi H i, 
Rose, officer com m and ink' 
Tlie rompany will parade on Tiies- 
'iny 1, at the Armories, at 8 
pjn. sharp, for praettaal mechanical 
work and rifle dealing. Dreni,grtll 
order. 

Attestation: The undengMntloned. 

ha^'Tt■ been duly atte.nfed is token 
on the .itrength of the company from 
April 17, MM-ROk St. Dvr. R. 

I >i 1 n n 

.•.',r:nM i'f''«>a,se The i ■ ;ren - ' 

Honed have been struck off the' 
strength of the company aa from I 
tha datea eppoatte their wamet No I 
sot. M.-BB.'A. M. Rmtott, April 
17. ItM: No SK 0«r. a A. Roit, 
April It, lt34. 

Notice: There will fx- r.rrune of 
Mir «enreant.*' i roni ;.<«';,' . inen.'j on 
' • ' ' 4 r! 8 p n-. A mem - 
bers arc asked to be preacnt. 

J. F. a. OLARK 
tenant). 
_ Wo. 11. 
VOAAC 



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11^ Tin o 4Mn 
by LtenuOM. M. 

T homa s, officer commanding 

The unit win parade at the 
Armories, Bay street, on Tuesdav 
May 1. at t pm. Final lectures on 

sat «ii it 



Snapshots 

Wanted 



Daily Colonist 
Amateur Snapshot 
Competition 

Here k a contest that everyone on Vancouver Island can enter .... you don't have to he 
an expert The anap yoa take in the country or around your home in the city has an ecni .^l 
^^'•n^ on« taken by an experienced photo^i aplier. The Colonist is looking for tiie 

moat interesting pictures taken this Summer and fourteen cash prizes are offered every month. 
Get your camera workhif now. 

GIVEN AWAY J|5io.<)o 

EVERY S 

MTU Prise • • ^ 8*00 

V Pi I n Prise 9 2.00 

Ten Additional Prizes of $1.00 Each 

Contest Open May, June, July, . i 



April 1. 10S4. 



RULES AND aSOULATIONS 

an or alter 



have 



2. Anyone living Vancouver Island may enter, except 
professional photographers, empleyaea of Th« Daily 



3. Baeh picture moat carry an explanatien of the tabjec^ 

togeti rr vv 'i. the sender ■(! n-mir addreea and phone 
number, and the date on which the picture was tsken. 
printed dearly on the beck. Submit as many prints 
as you wish. No printa will be returned. All print* 
will become die p roper ty of The Daily Caloidet 
r e p ro ducti on, 



4. Snapshota aaay be of any siae. Boiargements ace eli- 
»^<Hie, but the original print mm. he anaelMd. 

** ^J"^ on the T,., of the subject 

y*ye* rather^ than technical ph(,togr3phic perfection. 
•■•Pen**e» however, must be of lufTicient cle»rne«» to 
reproduce satiafaetorily. Negatives must be available 
on requeet 

*• ^•ff!*^ CoJotrfet office on or before 

tte laet day of the month for which thi^ are entered. 

y. la an matters govern k. ! , contaat. ^ dadsioa of the 
lodges will be considered ai final 

A AddrMs •!» entries to -Th* Dsily Cotooiat Amatew 
Srupsbot CMin m H a." The IM|y CaMtt, ^Sark 



GET YOUa ENTKIES IN BAKLY 



TAKE A PICTU 



The following^ well-known Victoria photographere 

li.ive ronsrntrd to art a< jiKig^r*: A, V. Pollard 
Associated Screen News; K J. Savannah. S.ivan- 
ash't Studio, and Heater Wilkinson, portrait pho- 
tO(faphaf« 

The Daily Colonist 
Amateur Snapshot 
Competition 

-WIN A PRIZE 




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Hold Steady at 
New York Mart 



fORHlGN EXQHANQE 



NEnV YORK, Aprtl 28 'AP* — 
BUx;k iimrkel spirlU were a«{alii un- 

mpofuilv* to vmlB nXBm today. 

U&ta tlM iMt X«w BdmifeM^ trading 
VM toe auU to mmnk attntlon, 
im 4 MOInc flurry UMrlaJait te- 
IMO tlw cOoM and th* mtn dovD- 
ward drift, evident earUer. beeamr 
mon' pronounced. Trensfera totaled 

."iCT 630 .shares 

M()U->r .st(x kfl ucif uiidrr some 
pitssuir tliiDUKlnHJl the iimiiung, 
Hiiil (Inal quoUitloiis for Chrv.sler. 
Huitviii Na-sh uiid Cieneral Moturs 
ti pte.sent< il U'-si-s luriKUiK Ironi ma- 
jor fraiMiun.s to moie than a iKiliit 

.Slecl.s ill.sii <, tel<iefl e.>.I)«Tlal;v III I he 
Una! diiwiiturii and tails v^'-re .sln;- 
llailv HtTeiI.l1 .Suiue iltlUMev m- 
glsted. Kecentlv -StloiiK .s|x ri,ili i. 
Including Liquid (^a-bimu .\i.6 
Evans Prcxl acts, met renllzhiK Tex 
tiles were still heavy. Uoodyear 
and Liggett & Myers '3" sagged 
a point Mch. Du Pont kopt 
Motera Oonpaay on ttao 
In (MMral, kmaa wore 
laifvly fradiooal. tha avmto not 
chango Maf % dMMM of t-tt «C a 
point. ^ 

Silver Joined wheat on the ad- 
vance, but other commodities were 

liilxed ni.nii.s hii\e had I tie beiie- 
nt of weather niifavorable to crop 
prospects, al.so, ll(4iildatlon of May 
contracts, which ha.s tx pn unusually 
heavy, Is virtually c()ni[>l*'ted 

The bon4 market wa.s \Trtually 
iniiiiirss today, wltti nieanliiKle.ss 
t\\i. 'uai^uis predominating throut-h- 
• • .e!v dill! brii ' v .ti 
! ,, .:.rs totaled onl^ »fl;ao,000. 

oomparad vMi liJMjIOO 

i.i'-' Hji'urdav 

Mixlerat-e advuncoi WtTS recorded 

by Canadian PacUe, M. Paul, 



Vortbm ffMttk aad WrmthTn Fa- 
cifle. ttitf waa a fatr tumovar of 
Boutbam Xallwajr 4'a <rf the M. and 
O. Division at a gain of 3 5-8 points 

(Steven.il Hotel 6 b Ki>t up 3 1-2 
IKiml.s Other ulllity and UKhustnal 
KHlns were .shown hy ('tiile Copper 
Pacinr (laf> .Shell Hiiioii Oil and 
SUi< lair Oil U>s«-i s ini luded War- 
ner Brothers, \}Ji. Kubber and (Gen- 
eral Thaatraa. 

Unitod BUtas O own uuau t aaourl- 
ties were qulat, but amaU gains were 
r eg lataiod br mm§ Liberty Loans 
and Tkaaanrr 41-4'a. German obll- 
Katlona . ataged a recovery m the 
foreign department. The Young i 
Plan 8 l-2'i and Dawes PlUI Tg Xml 
lied 2 7-8 of a point 









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THE 



Monarch I we 

ASSURANCE COMFAhlT 

A PROGRESSIVb CANADIAN COMPANY 

G. D. TYSON, Branch Managw 
3 1 1-12 PambOTtw BUc Ph«n« S 6641 






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Poland ia 10 
CMctiualovakla -4.30. 

Jm UM m 8.88. 
Aualria— le It. 

Hunnrv 3S 115 
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Mexico Cltj (allver p«ao) -37 8J 

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8 *amito BxcMANGE 

N»W Tone AseU 3t (AP) - 
Quotitlont In Mian. 0*«aiui %.U%: 
cabi.-. s ! I ', alstv-aay bills 1.18%. 



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Baldlna Loro 

Brlhlehrm BtMl . . . 
Rro. Iron Ac Strrl . 
U.S. Caet Iron Ptp« 

OS Steel 

Vanadium 



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Oraham-Paito 
Hudion .... 

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Mtrk TrMk 

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Pirkard .. 

p'udebafcer ... 
Timken RoUar 
Yellow Truck 



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Losses Extend Over Wide 
Utt at Vancouver— Golds 
Close Lower 



VANCOUVER, AprU 38 (CP) - 
•nie trend was weaker on today '.t 

..l>'ire\ K'ft ,1 .'.( v^lDri ( f the Vancoyiver 

SVock. Kxchaoge after a week ul 
heavy trading and strong advances 

Pioneer (iold dn ppixl M to 1,1 ;>0 
Brartlan v.a.s o(f lb at 2ty(), HrldKe 
Kiver h.'xploratioii wa.s down 6 at 
1 n Vldelle in:,{ b ut 2S0. ileno was 
4 lov ei a! 9,s, Tav lor -Bridge at 83 
and Wayside at 42. each lost 3 and 
Minto at 7« was a lowar. 

cariboo Oald at SJO and Dentoola 
at IJO. aoak adraaeed 10. Vanans 

was up 3 1>3 at 45 I-2. .S.il:>ion ( Void 

gained 11-3 at 31 and m 1 1 n.u, a; 
19 3-4 waa 1 1-4 higher. 

B C Nickel opened strong at 1.70 
but fell off and eloaad at LM^'a net 

lofifl of 10. 

Pond Oreille lost 4 at 90. ' < , -1 
\^a.s d')wn 1 cent at S3, and Big Mla- 
.<^ouri and Noble Five each gained 1-3 
cent at 33 and 10 reqMCtlvtly. 

Hooaa Oil adfanead t at IJT, Cal- 
gary At Sdnooton was up 1 cent at 
1.43. Dalhouito lost 1 cent at 45, and 
Rogralita waa unehangad at 17 JR. 



Price -Changes at 
Eastern Exchanges 
Narrow and Mixed 



(OP). — 
Stook Kx- 

to- 



MOMTRZAL. 
Prices on tha 

<'haiiga 

day 

l'a|x'r l.vsiie.s wet,. .slroiiK with St 
Ijiwrenie Col |M !ra IK jn A.' i)ie- 
ft I ! ed 1 iMiiK a iKHiit ut 1 1 as did 
.SI h.iw M iife I'lipei pri fiired at 
23 1 -2 .^t I ..1 \\ I ciii-e ( 'oriHirat.on 
coinin n v\ a; iiii hanKed .Shawmi- 
K'aii I'ouer bi-c Pijvker. Natl 

l!i ewi I a lid 1 )i immion I t- \! He 
higher 

Nl' k> l lo.st 10 rent.s a* I'H 90 while 
H< llingi-r dipjX'd M ceiit.s ai 1.50. 
Dominion Bridge eased 1-4 and Ca- 
nadian industrial Alcohol 
1-3 at 31 3-1. 



Ill, 

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TORONTO ST(K K EXCHANOr 
TOKOJNTO, AprU 28 lCF>. 
Pi 1*1 lailiia IB otti ant btawe ii es 

mildly depr '.vsed indii.sln.ilj> on the 
Toronto .Sloi k KxrhaiiKe hHlay. The 
If si of the tx)ard wa.t alvout even 011 
UKV*-.', aJul Kaln.', .Nu kel Wfvs up 10 
and Hia/lllan ofT 18 

H:i \Ain>' ("01 poruti >n. preferred, 
added 1 1 tl to M i-i. but closed lUl- 

i iiHiiKed, iiirough proAt - taking, 
vvaikei . common. kMt a fraction, 
and Industrial Akohd a^d OlatU- 
lers-Seagram added fraotlaaaa. 

Imperial Ott ma aattva and off 
1-4 at US-& Ma MriNd vi- 
and BA. and SMrlest, 
up a littla. 





LIIILE 



$lf25IKi000 

RoiiMin Cafhollc Diocese 
of London 



I Inee 

Catholic 



M Ondor tbo Lav* of th* Provteo* of Ontario 

■jJlacoiial Corporation of ttie r>lo<e» of i^ir i 



the RoiuaD 

>atar«o). 



Fint Mtrtiitt SiaUii Fisi Btdi. f K ttritt *«" 

'\'<> V.c Datrd January Z, 1934 

I'.ri.ini, hue |:nniary 2, 1954 
lu iJc Scciucd b> Deed of Tiihst and Mortpape 
Boodg May Be Re8:i8tered as to Principal 
Denominationa : $1,000 and $500 
Full DcacriptiTe Circui . \ .iiahle at Our Office to 

Thci^r hitercsted 

i iULi^: 99 and Accrucil latercat, Yieldinc 5M% 

A. E. AMES & CO. 



Dominion BotuLs 



* WaiBWilsM. Ltd.) 



l80aMN(i a AIM 



UHt 888 al .13. 
9 000 at 1.481 800 



POOD 

A-nn Surer 

Armour "A" 

Wirden Oo 

C«l Pkf 

Canada Drr 

Cora Cola 

Corn Prnrlufti ... 

Oen Food* 

Ol Wf»i Siiaar .. 
National Blaeult .. 
Nat Oalrv Prod, 
^^fewny n<nre* .. 
'"•«i'1"r'l Prands 
Onlted PTult 



ia»-i 

31 

37-7 

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3 8 

as- 1 

7-1 

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13-t 
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... 

PBOOICTS 
49 

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. . . . aa-t 
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133 

. . . . 73 
34-1 

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.... 41-8 
.... 18-T 



180 
3(^4 
37 

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81-8 



18»-8 

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184 



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ihoulrt cormder 



unrl aeveral attractive iiiorttaee* ranttna from 11,000 to 18.008 
'lliiiai in the Oak Bar dUtrlct for Immedlale dU^aal. 
mil Ivlnt Idle. »ho are dealroui of Increasing their Incomea. 
iMi clatn of Investment 



W* stTonsl ir recommo nd tho first aMrtssco. aad our l(ortsas4 Owartaaat 1* 
alwapt a8 laaa smloa 



PEMBCirrON A SON, LTD. 



' ' 08181 and OSIM 

^^^^m^ ^^^^<e SB flB n m mB 



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Management Plays an 
Important Part 



Alsioet of eqaal iaafetl 



•I tks gaU «ro baia( 4*irol«fo4 is tka 
I aad l a ta gtfc y aff At ssfgiin. la ills 

natFonal gold 

MINES LIMITED (N.PX.) . 



FIl L IN THIS COUPON 



Clip oM a^Tor 



Nam* . 



AMfsia. 



It yartlsalarly fan 
taaat* . . . tk* aw*. 
aRemant ia in th* kaa^ 

I .wi^irttful aad aa- 
pmrnpej mining op- 
•raiort who will ^et 
iKe maaiaaiun r«*«lu 

•fficieaiiy aad aooMa> 

.11. 

Boy 



<w al 



W. F. IRWIN 

(▼ANCOUVEA) UMITtO 
MesAwTi 



80-8 
48-6 



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AP^MBI. 

Ain*riean Woolen 18-4 

Julius Kartcr 17-8 

■ CTAIL TRADC 

Mon'fomerr Ward .... 31 

Seer^ Roet>uck 4t-3 

Sterllna IO-f 

WaNrcen 87-4 

P. W. WMworUi .... 18-8 
TOBACCOS 

Amn. Tob ■•B" 71-8 

Reynold* Tebaeoo 48-t 

aascaiAANToi's 

Po« Pilm 'A- It-t 

Oen. AapOalt 
Johns-Manvina 

Irf>ewa 

""ii:. Mr valor 
Radlo^Kelth-Orph 
Ttaaa-AaMflca . 
Warner Bra*. . 

CHKtnCAL 

Air Reduction 101 -t 

Alliod OlMWloal 

coluMMa Oarkaa .... 
Con. Solvtalt ......»• 

Pr**port Ttaas 

Lambert 

L*bn a Pink 

Liquid Carbonic 

Mathleaon Alkali .... 
Natl Distillers 

Texas oolf Sulpbnr .. 

Union Oaitido 

on. am BBPvaNo 

Conaol Oil 13-4 

Cent OH 31 S 31 4 

Phillips Pelro IB 1 IS 

Shell Unteo Oil t S-6 

Stand. OU. Oat. 88-t 88-1 

Stand. Od. nj. 48-4 48-8 

Pocony lt-8 18-8 

Texaa Corpn 38-4 30-8 

Union Oil. Cal 17-4 

anNiNa am bb8ii.tino 



8-8 
8-t 

lao 

30-4 

87 

IS 

7 
3« 

7- 
14 
1«- 
17- 
13 

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t 

88-8 



4t 

t-7 

a4-« 

88 
87 

laa-i 

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36- 

38-41 

41-8 

18-8 

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18-4 
IT 

80-3 
48 
SO 
87 



81-T 
87-8 

3S-S 
IS 1 
8 1 
t-7 

7-3 



144 

78 

37-1 
44-7 
3S-7 
33-3 
88-4 



71 8 
48 



It-t 

ai-t 
tt-t 

Si ♦ 

16 



7-1 



101-1 
78 

36-4 



aa 8 
a8-7 

88-8 
48 



71 
43 

16 
81- 
Bft-S 
33 
16 
3 

6- 7 

7- 1 

101-1 
148 

78-4 

3S-4 
44-7 
3K 

23 
3} 

84-4 
88-7 



13 

21 
I 9 
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34-3 
17-4 




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SOUTH 



WALES 



Alatka Juneau 


a»-8 


30 


30 


Amn Bniellln» 


48 


41 4 


41 4 


Anaconda Copper .... 


lt-4 


la 1 


IS-l 


Oerro Do ftNse 


84-t 


84-4 


84-4 


Done ................ 


87 




87 


Oranby 


11 t 




III 


Howe 8ound .......... 


in 3 




46 } 




3»-3 


34-4 


at-t 


tCennecott 


88<« 


81-T 


ai-7 


McXntyr* 


47 


ta-4 


48-4 


Nevaiita ..*•...« 


48-8 


48 


«8 


Mffe Utah Ooa 


4-4 




4 4 


PlMlp* Dods* ......... 


18-4 


it 


18 


VM. aoMMiis '« 


118-8 


118 


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Stock$ and B&nds 



(A. a AAOa * CO.. VIOTOIUAt 



Saak •t ^ •vMTf. tt4.l 

• 4M.7ao.ooo 

0.160.000 

• a.7ao. ooo 

aiiTi?!??? 

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• Sailralian ''latea. !«>« t«a!**a Pttl. P*Ma. 
lOataa- Tk* Oaak mmeeM twtry 4*ttltpiloa 
'8Bl aaa SMr Prod*** Credit* mntr — 




HEAVY HAULING 

MACHINERY 



m 

??AFKS. 



HANDLfWO 

ETC CAM 



•OATS. 

I I » 8 



HEANEY'S 



a*ll Telephone 

Rrealllan T L. A P 

B A Oil 

B C Poner A" 

Canadian Paelft* 

Con Minlns * aislllns 

Pord A 

Imperial Oil 

Iir.perlal Tobacco 

tnti Nlekal 

inii PstroUam 

Montreal Power. Com. .. 

Rhawlnlean W. A P 

rk>me 

I«ke«hnre 

Nflranfla 

Pioneer Oold 

Rherrltt-Oordoa 

HudburT Baata 

T»ek-Hu«h*a 

Venture* 

Wriahl-Harereave* 

Baak of U'^nlr.-al 

Royal Bank 



. 1I8H 
. 18^1 

141k 

88 

Ifb 

. ita 

33 

t4S 

\l\ 
.18.88 88 to 

8811 3C'4 

8tVi 

34 
.37 at 

.te 78 

.41 78 
.18 to 
. 1 It 



118« 

11 
18 

at'. 

164 

33'. 
14% 

Its 



II 



t 88 

• 30 

l») 
164 



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1 1 



Foreign Bonds 

(Buma * Walnwrlaht. Ud > 

Wew T*rk 



1.000 at eOH 
at .48. 

1.000 at .3t 
3,000 at MM 



at .88. 



.18. 



.43; 800 



.54 



at .18; 



l.S8i SN St 1.84: 



Oito 

Amsltaautod— 800 at 

A. p. Con — 400 at It 

O M E.— 30 at 1 40: 
at 1 43 
Commonwealth — ISO at .08. 
Home— 1.000 at l.m. 

Model— too at .aa. 

Okalta— 600 at 10 
8'er' ng JOO .-t 63 
Askatta— 1.000 at .0714. 
Oalmant— 1J08 at .lOH. 
Crows Neat— 1,080 st 08 
Dalhou»lfr-10 *t .46 800 St .48 
Devenlsh -300 at .06. 

Huhwood — a.aoo at .3t 
300 at .38 Vi. 

Madlion — 10,000 at .03S 
8,000 at 03 W 

Mar Jon iOO at 12 

Mcrland— SOO at .a8'<; 75 

N9rd«»-.188 at .18. 

'aoalta— 1.188 at im: too at 

MInea 

Brsdian— lO.'i at 2 «n 100 al tM 
a*Bv*r— l.soo at .04. 
Bralorno— at at 18.8t. 

B. R. Con — 8.8tO at .41; 880 at 
at .43',4 (bSni: 30 at iS 

BR. Ex 200 at 1 \f. 300 at 1 16; 1.400 

fU 'J^.*"" ' »•>»• 3 «00 at 

1 30 : 200 at 1.80 <b80). 

at"3'V.'"T3^i'Vt Vk':^ ^•a.'.i^'.Vr 

Jt"3 tr^bio'.."" <-«>"»So 

Oaprtia Rim-8J88 at .81 . 

Int*r C. A c I 000 at 13 

Meridian— 1,700 at .ISS; 3.000 
1.000 at IB't; S.70O at .80. 

Mak aiccar 500 St .aa 

Momlne Star-l.OOO at .81: 8L0ta at 
.36',: I.SOO at 37. 508 at Jl4l tJM It 
88: 1,000 at St tbtOI. ^ *' 

National ailTti^l.088 st .8818. 

Nicola— 4,818 at .10. 

Pioneer— 108 at 18.88. 

Premier OcM— 488 at 
800 at 188 " 

Reevea-300 at .84: 4.080 at 38. 

Taylor Bridie too at 9S 1000 ai oa 

r;i,;V!?t'/.i"^' .00 :t".vs,?3's 

Vanalla— 14.100 at '.48: t.tOO at 44- 1 700 

•t .44.*; 3.300 at .45. 5M at'W"- iZ 

Alexandria- 1.000 at .04^4: 1,000 at 06', 
Bayvlew -i.ooo at .01%: 8.800 at 03 

8,600 at 1 rr: 7.^00 at 1 66: I.OOO at 
8.850 «• 1 7n lofl at 1 73 

?::.."'i:ir"iU22£8;i ii ir " 
lS^"::*^'-"* 

|u?e rrL":''.':oor.t'',i:".'tS?ar^''' 
.trti?T8^»^».r^.JV^Si"'^ 

Dunwell -SOO at 38; 1.430 
•t .40S: 2.600 at 41. 

Palrvlew— 4.tOO at S4S 
1.000 at .UMi (k88>. 
^^Oran,— 

^ aruu • WlhktBS-88a at M%, 18480 
^^nome-4.000 at J«: 8J88 al JIHs 1M8 

H.- rf. at 38. 

" ' ■ • ' at .10'^. 

li'dj Muuntaln— 750 at 40 

Independence — 8,0D0 at 01% 

Kootenay Bell*— 1.450 at .81. 800 at 63 

Morton l.OOO at 02\ 

Netlve Bon 6.000 at 05'4 

Mlnio 4.300 at .75 : 8,800 at If IM >i 
77; 1500 at .78. 1.000 at 78- " " 
80 . 3 000 at .81; lo iT s''* 

Nobl' rive 1 000 at 10 

NoraoM h.snn ■( 10 

fend Orellle^300 at >i 
• t .N. 

Potter Idaho— BOO at 10 

r»ewiir(1 ion » I 06 
nilverrr^at 4 000 al 02 ■ 
Bnowflake 1,000 at Olt*' 
Standard— 1JS8 at .48 
Salmon 3,800 at .30 '4- 
8,»00 at 31 * 

Teylor Windfall- 3,150 at S3 
United Empire— 1.000 al IB 

mTiltli'lSo".' " " »»o 

600 i:'t"'iTi"* " 

Waterloo l.ooo at l.^S 
Waverly -31,000 at .01'», 3 000 at 
Whllewator— too at 04 
Rlehfleld-Carlboo— 1,000 at I3 
• J.OOO at .34: 8.0OoTt 35 



Golds Stand Still — Base 
Metals and Silvers 
Fairly Firm 

TORONTO, Aprtl 28 (CP).— Golds 
adopted a waiting atUtude today, 
prices holding steady la a r*****pii **" n 
el a OomniaaDt s t a t a m a n t over tha 
waA-end. raapaetlng a poaslUa 
ammdment of the tax on g(dd. Ba 
iiictals and sIItctb were fli io on tha 
Toronto stork ExchanRp 

Dome at 37 50, Wrlftht -HarKreavct 
at 9.30. Brttlorne at 13 .^0, Pioneer at 
13 7.S and Terk at 6 40 were un 
.-h i!;t,'ed Lakeshore and Mclntyre 
advanced a little. Hollinger droftptd 
75 cents 

Nontnda held steady. Gains of 3 
to 8 came out for Bdorado, White 
Eagla and Baar Uplontlaii. 



<aats * Oe.. X4d.) 



•••••••a 



• • • • ••• 

••••••• 



1 6B 
.30 

.3B'i. 



•t .40; 180 
100 at .38 



l.tOO at .31: too 



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at 



888 at J8: 180 



1488 St ai% 

8.888 at 4H; 



•t im: 



33: 



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too 



at 



Acme .... 

AJax 

A. P. Con. 
Alesandrla 

Aahley 

Barrr HolUnttr 
Bm<- Mrtala .,, 
Baeamao 
B"»r Ea. 
Boh ,lo . 
D li X ......... 

Bralorne 

Brett Trethaway . 
C Si K. Corpn. . . . 
Caatl* Tratheway 
Chemical Research 
Central Patricia , 
Coaat Copper .... 
Eldorado 
Dome . . 
Palconbrlds* 
Gods Lakt . 
nranada ... 
HoUintar 
Horn* oil 
Howey ... 

Hiidxon Bay 

Kirkland Lak* 

Lakeahor* 

Lee Gold 

Maple Leaf 

Macta.ta 

Mrckmile Red Lake 

Mclntyre 

MrLcod River 

McVlttle nraham 

Mlnlni C<irpn 

Intl. Nickel 

Noranda 

NlpUslns 

Payniast«r 

Pend Or*UI* 

Pioneer 

Premier .... 

Reno 

Reld Authlar 
Royallle 
Ban Antonio 
Bherrltt-Uordon 



Bid 

.80 



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.ts 

.15 
1.60 

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.48 

.11 
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.10 
1.40 

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72 
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8.18 
88.71 

1.45 
.71 
11.18 
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.84 
3 67 
1.30 
48.78 
.08% 
77 
1 »8 
38 60 
41.80 
880 
.36 

13 SO 
1.80 
1.01 

I 00 
16 75 
3 85 
1.17 



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St. Anthony 
Sudbury Baain . 

Sylvantte 

T*ck-Hu*he* ... 

▼tnturei . . 

Walt* Ackarman 
Wayalde 

White Eacla 

WrKht Hartroavia 

Walnwrlfht WosI OU ... 

Oabrlelle 

Uttle Loni I,ac 

Loni Lae Laaoon 

McLood Cockatault 

Pickle Crow 

Smelters Oold .... 
Toburn 



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1.75 
8.78 
8.N 

.18 
1 31 

43 

.86 
8.88 

.78 

.18 
8.48 

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1.88 



Aaked 

80>t 
1 IS 
.17 
.04 
I 00 

lt\ 
1 83 
.36 
.47 
M 
1 30 
13.50 
.11 
1.4t 
48 
3 33 
74 
6.35 
3.88 
17.80 
3 BO 
1 47 
.80 
18 to 

I. to 
1 at 

18.80 
.84 
88.18 

.14S 
65 

a 70 

1 33 
44.80 
.04 

79', 
3 OIS 

at to 

41. to 
8.88 
.38 

»B 

13 SO 
1.84 
l.OS 

1.08 
17 50 
3 81 
1.80 

ta'i 
I to 

378 
4.40 

.88 
1 33 
44 

.84 
8.88 

.74 
60 
} 50 

.33 

.48 M 

.11 

.81 
1.14 





of Oaa. 






Bid 


Aiked 






1884 


100.878 


101 t85 




•0 




1187 


les.su 


no 875 






i 


1BJ7 


lossai 


107 aJ!) 


i« 


tt 


1 > 


1848 


107.71 


IDS 50 






4'-'. 


1840 


104.71 


105.50 


• 0 




4>t% 


1844 


104.181 


106.425 


M 


t> 


44* 


1848 


104.818 


101.125 






4 


1BS5 


101 378 


103 375 






4 % 


1BS3 


101 7jI 


103 375 


Co nr. 


Loan.. 


4 % 


1888 


I01.t7t 


103 675 






4 « 


18M 


101.10 


103.35 


M 


M 


4<i% 


1888 


104.871 


106.375 


9 


oe 


44% 


1857 


104 878 


106.188 


ta 


M 


4S'i 


1851 


104.50 


103.88 


It 


88 


4';.". 


l»&» 


lot.oe 


101.75 


0.K.11. 


ea aaa 


4>i% 


1811 


184.71 


187.125 


*t 




4%% 


1814 


101.71 


104 00 


Bt 




8 % 


1B54 


los to 


110.50 


B* 




i%« 


IB^S 


106 00 


109.35 


88 




4Hft 


list 


104.71 


107.635 


aa 
ea 




4%% 


1817 


184J78 


1N.838 








mo 


let.M 


Its SO 






1 « 


I960 


lOB 135 


110 00 






1 % 


1971) 


low bli 




Nftt. S. LOMI 


1 % 


1886 


104. tat 


106 » . • 


*8 


tt 


1 % 


1841 


leijs 


lot :i 


Au att 


•08 iMMtet te 3 


180 par 1188 hrokara. 



DOMINION OF CANADA BONDS 

\ll 1 -Ml' , l;..iu:!.t .( i.d •! ! 

BURNS & WAINWRIGHT, LTD. 



rH<>\t s «, « 1., 



war. 



WHEAT mm 

mmm. 

Adverse Weather News and 
Good Export Sales Lift 
Values Higher 



WINNIPEXl, April 28 (CP). — 
Weather and export sales of Cana- 
dian wheat plityed the nujor role 
in boosting wheat prices on the 
Winnipeg Gcaln Bxohange, Satur- 
day, for not gains of 1-a o B-S ouA. 

May wheat closed at 661-8, Jtily 
at M 1-4 and October at 88 1-8 cents. 
Temperatures In Wcstf ii Canada 
were abnormally high and practlc- 
all.v ni. rnln fell Soil drlfllnR haa 
t^ated a serious condition over a 
\bltko part of the Spclllg WtlSOt belt, 
It WAS reported. 

Local ofTennR.s were credited t<> 
the Government av' ; ' • ^ :: i-irt 
took care of the 1' 

Export buslne.ss i.IUxLfd In the 
pit to the extent of 500,000 bushels. 

ChicaRo prices held galiaa of about 
a cents, while iiveq»eol vlieat eloaad 
l-4e8-8d higher. 

Oaah grains epreadi eloaed nn- 
ehanged and coarse grain prices 
were generally higher with wheat. 



Announcement ! 



to 



Aiuioiiiue 



hat We 



Have 
mises 



W e Are Pleased 
Moved to Larger 

509-10-11 SAY WARD BUILDINO 

Corner View and Douglas Streets. Victoria, B.C. 
Telephone Number the Same: E 4117 and E4118 



C. M. OLIVER & CO.. LTDa 




Dawson Consolidated Gold Mines Ui 

AT nUEgKNT nircK 

BURLEIGH & CO., LTD. 



euymr a*. 



811818 



BATE & CO., LIMITED 

BROKERS 

Sf par Client! We Have Initallcd Another Telepbsao 
Ds (e Oive You tb* UImooI ia atrrle* 



Wkith 



VMn. b BalldlBC 



London Sidck$ 



<.7»0 at .48: 8,000 at .MV(: 4.800 



at 



.43S: 
44 



at 11.80: 80 at 11 so 



Lu i i jHHil U heal 



LIVERPOOL. 



quoutlena 
moner at 
r»»* ol 88.18. 



Van- 
Atl 



Today T*dar 



are V^'l -'"Hlowln* 

-i» P»r-bu»hel wheat 

JJ,;.-^**,!"^ Canadian 
current eterllna eaehanve 
saPPlled by Broomhall 

"e. I Man. Northern 

POUTtr. AprO 

"o. 8 Man. Jtartkorei 

Untie. April .... 
Ho. a Man Nortbtra." Vaii 

eouver. April ... 
Are en tin* (Now 

Iba ). April .... 
Artentlne iBaniMoi 
Auatrallan 'Afloat i 
We^t Auatralian, April 



May 



m 


1» 


77% 


77 \ 


73'. 


-JS 


MS 


5(1 » 


58S 


6SH 


•ns 


•ts 




84'« 


48'i 


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New York Curb 

'Jenk*. Owynne * co > 



Aaatralla i''. Its7 
Auntria 77 1*41 . 
Belaliim «.. 1»5S 
aMota 8>. 1048 .. 

OMMaarft ma. 

Preneh 7 St, 1841 
fVerman OoT"t 71 . It 
Japan *', •; . IBS* 
Minaa 0*ra«s 4'*1. 
N«rwaa 8'«. 1844 . 
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8SJ8 

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to 00 

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88*71 
Ifl.l8 
81 



Amn Aiuminuai ... 
Amn A- EUe 
Amn Cranamid 
Aian 8up*r Power . 
AsMjiatod Oaa Btoe 

Braallian 

f^iUtt BM^Ttce 

^^«" 

Rirsift Walker 

n .:f on 

Hiidjon Bar 

HiimMe Oil 

tnU PM* . 

Imperial Oil 

Newmofit 

Nla«a re- Radeon 
•Sard 00 sr 
ataadard ON 0< 



Onltoe 



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Bid 



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..aid 
.aid 

..Bid 
..Bid 

.'.Bid 
..Bid 
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aid 



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C'oae 
74 
M<i 

am 

3>4 

OH 
10% 

8 
88 
40S 
04 
I8H 
44% 
87 
14'4 
t8\ 

• % 
87% 
l«>4 
17'. 

ts 

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XiCWDON. April 21 (AP) .-Closing 
quotattana on stocks and bonds In 

London follow: 

Stocks— QrasUlan Traction. 810 S-8: 
Canadian Paelflc Railway. $16 in- 
tematloniU Nickel, 828 1-8: Hriiish- 
Amerlcan Tobarcn ffi i n Court- 
auld«, 92s 10 1-2d; DLstUlnrg, 01$ 9d; 
Diinlop Rubber, flOa 6d, Hudson's 
Bay. 27.4; Impertal Cheinlral 37.<;: 
Imperial Tolmrco. I26.s Hrl . MlnlnR 
Tnisi 2f. »fi. Hanfl Mw.rs 16 .^-fl, 
Rl.i 1.11: AiiKlo-Aiiirrirnri, r;s 3d; 
Rli'ikaiiH Corixii atlon. ttl. Crowns, 
£111-2; 8prln(i.<! t(5 1-4, ITd.M (h'- 
duld, £8 1-2, Rio Tlntos, £18 7-8; 
VIrkers. lOn. 

Bond.v— Cajnadlan 4 per cent Loan. 
19.M-r)8, £108 3-8: Brttlsh a 1-a per 
cent Consols. £78 7-8; British 11-2 
per cent War Loan. Iioa 1-4; British 
rundlng 4'a. 196»^ filf, 





WINNIPEG 


GRAIN 






<Jenk*, 


Owynn* a 


Co.) 




Wheat — P.O. 


Open 


nsk 


Lev 


Cloae 


Uay .... 


44H 


Sit 

ei« 


81% 


84% 


tt'« 


July .... 
Oct 


94% 

S7M 


88% 
88% 


8S 


8lt 


Oat*— 








liar .... 


88 


83 


88% 


81% 


aa 


Jolr .... 


88 >4 


88 V 


88% 


11% 


83% 


Oct 


45% 


34% 


38 


84% 


34'i 


nir*- 










tUj .... 


41% 


41% 


43% 




43 


July .... 


U<« 


4.^'«i 


44^ 


43 


Oct 


45'.. 


45 '4 


46 H 


4t% 


45 


Barley 












May . .. 


35 '4 


J« 


36% 


35% 


35% 


July .... 


374k 


87% 


17% 


87 


87 


Oct. .... 


88% • 


88% 


88% 


88% 


88 


Plas— 










May 


146% 


148 


I4B'4 


146'k 




July 


150'. 


150 '4 


150% 


150 




Oct 


148 ■« 


146 


146% 


IM 


lU 




CmCAGO 


GRAIN 




Uenka, 


Owynne & 


Co > 




Wheat- 


-PC 


Open 


Hl*h 


Low 


Cloae 


May .. 


74* 




7t% 


77 S 


78^ 


July .... 


78% 


77 


71% 


77 


78% 


8ept ... 


TT% 


78% 


78% 


78% 


78 S4 


Corn 












May .... 


US 


43% 


44', 


43 '4 


44 


July .... 


47% 


44% 


47 S 


88« 


47% 


a*pt. ... 

Oata— 


48 


48% 


48% 


88% 








May 


37 '4 


27 \ 


36% 


37% 


2K . 


.Inly 


21', 




20 '« 


21% 




Sept. ... 


3t% 


38 


atw 


at% 


38 


»»•- 










Mar .... 


U% 


M% 


14% 


M% 


84% 


Julp .... 


84% 


88% 


88 


88 


88% 



WE aaroMMFvn mr ri af ii\>»p nr 

MOGUL MINES 



H. E. HUNNINGS & COMPANY. LTD. 

^ . •fMfc^naa m Mn 



Bl«*k*. 



ATTRACTIVE INVESTMENT 



CAKAM a manp bamtav 4« pi*at . 
^ at ai.a t. Titu sjsft 

Omraalaod boui a* i. FiiasHtl aad intofoai Wr ta* 



Bon*. Da* iaaaarp I, isoa 



PEMBERTON & SONa LTD. 



Ml van 

^1 



Canadian BomU 



GRAIN }\mU 



NOW— OPEN 6 A.M. 

HiK t., iiitvllfht Baviau Going Into Bffeei 
la Um Itiai an Snnday, Apitt M, Oar 

al • AJI. 



FOR OPBNINO QUOTATIONS IN 
TORONTO OR NEW YORK 

CALL Ee222 

J. W. MORRIS tt CO. 

BOABD BOOM I THTAIRA 



MINING STOCKS 

Tiekar aarvlao aaO Vfetsal ■MBMsa sa ML LtadtH I 

VAN DER VLOT, CAULDU k'MM, LTD. 



Btl88 



raurna * Walnwrlaht. Ud > 
OOTBaWlfaNT AND MITNICIPAL 

OTP 4%. 1863 103 75 

103 00 



Sflrer MarkelB 

LOIfDOlf. April » fAP).-Bar 
sUver ftraiar. S-lff higher at 1 1-lOd. 
AT NrW YORB 
NEW YORK. Asm M (AP)^Bar 

Im, •-• I^Ng tt «»-•. 



Dem. of Can. Ouar 
Pro*, of Alberta 6-^ . 1B47 
Pro*, of B C 6'. . 1847 
Prov. of Manitoba t'i';. 1884 
CItr a( MMtroal i04« ... 

Prey of Oatarle 4 S 1 . IMS 
ProT. of aaskatclMvan $% , 1888 

PfBLtC imUTKS 

B C Power Corpn S", . 1888 

B Telephone ir . 1840 

Caleary Power ta. 1848 

Stiawinlaan W. * P. tSI, lies 
Weatern Power f- . lB4t 
Oatlneau Power ir . IBS* 

INDt MTRIAIJi 
Alberta Pacific Grain »'. . J946 
B A. on »'.. tB45 
Burn* * Co. i's'. . 1B48 
r>om. Tar * Chemical t'. . IMO 
Oreat lAkee Paver . itto 
0«n*rai Btcel War** tr . i§t4 
MeOM-rronianaa OO t«. 
atapoaa-a tM. 041, t048 



MM 

10 1 

ion M 
88 J8 

87 80 

loa 7» 

04.K 

tato 

108 so 

83 35 

7400 
108.80 
48 00 

84 00 

4a 00 
7aoo 

184.88 
18818 



Tea 



.Mf lal Markrfs 

NFW YORK April 28 (AP» -Tin 
flrmer; spot and r-.'-nrhv and future. 
55. IS. Other metais nominally un- 
changed. 



1 ortiiilo i'loiiuci 
TORONTO. April 

Wholesale prleee on 
today: Bn*. "A" large. He; 
ing eream. Mo. 1. ih ftw: 

No. 1 



WINNiraO, AprU Sg (CP) 
of the grain trader, today were fo- 
cussed en the weathenaaa as crop 
conditions conti nu ed the dominant 
factor in tha wheat market. Weather 
condltlona providing a ateaajrlng in- 
fluence In outside markets and this 
wa.< rpflrrtrd at Winnipeg where 
prlcp.s .sw-»aw»»d aithln a narrow 
raiiKo (luring the past week. 

High winds In thr abwnre of raJn 
all which caused drifting of soli over 
a large part of the North Amerlcuui | ~ ' ~ 
wheat belt, arrested the downward '1^<^' >"k 
tendency of wheat values, 
operations were hampered. 

Wheat wound up the six-day aee- 
skm with vahies unchanged to S-l 
higher, with May holding st 64 5-8, 
and 871-2 to 8-8, reanectlvely. 

July ami October aBvaiiaad tmt' 

tionally to 65 3-4 

LItflp of lmr)r>rlanc«' orcured In 
ca.vli and roars" grain markPt* dur- 
ing thr six-day period. A flijrr> in 
flax sent futures a trifle higher, bu; 
other^gralaa htid fairly staadr with 



8tre*l 



YOU IN THIS 



•MO of tk* rtaate •>> 

a(4Mb aervlcM t» all 



MARK£1 I 



A. A. MEHAREY & CO. 



STOCKS 
4 Pert Si. Vkt«rta. a.C. 



n ' . : 



M u n n I r> a . 



' vtrsTa 
i1«r. Plinnei y |l«7 



E lias 



CHISHOLM FRA8ER IS 
QtVEN APPOINTIIEfrr 



Chishrilm PVa.vr. mining engineer, 
graduate of thr rnlvertlty of Brll- 
1th Columbia, has been appointed as- 
sistant ♦•ngine»»r and mill superin- 
tendent by tha Taylor -Wta^laU OoU 
Mining Oonpany. Ltd., o( Ha new 
■yn to be erected cm Ha papaHj at 
aa early data. 

Mr. Prater, accor > ^' F i 
Tkirlar, p r esids nt ol uie ujoiptxt, isiXunda. 



f'»r the property tomorrow 
niKht They are also taking in a 
I ff "A of men to put the trails In 
order, as well as buUd a landtag 
iiaka for the ae- 
ti the large ahpiaaa 
to be need to ttaasport. ta 
and suppttea aa aoan as Bi 
free of lee. 



Vsnrouver \V lir.it 

rWg^ Apnl at <CP> Vancoa- 



VANCOOVl 
eer caah tti 



Mo. 
No 



I Hard 
1 Nerthern 
No. a Neniiera 
n» 8 HOTtasoa 
m. 4 MMUMan 

I8e. 8 ^ 

a*, s 



•••••«***«»0 

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8 •••• 

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atiaiskt Tenah 

" s% 



SHOWS WILDFLOWERS 
COLLECTED BY STAFF 



tis 

4* . 

«% 



4»% 

4»S 
40% 



BAR GOLD Al LONDON 

MONTBBAU April » (OP) 
id ta Lonion was down • 
at IM4I aa oonee ta 
ftnds. IMa M in Brttlsh funds The 
fixed M8A8 Washington price 

»mo„„«gi |g IMyW Bl 



Many fsvorahie rommentu have 
been made on the display of native 

vOdOawara fathered at tha !«•- 
undai M mwm If the MHtor aC 

lu staff. 

l*epular aaaaea of flawons ta tha 

ooUactlfln ara set out m follows: 
flatatenberry. thtmbleberry. three- 
leaved mltrewort, Bsater tOy. falee 
lady's slipper sea lavender, in vol - 

acred tior.'n - 'irklr va hi'i.' li. r'-'l 
fnil'e-fl eUl'' ' r.<-'!.>hem, 

finwcr'i ' «<^ar1et 

paintbrush, small olur lupliw broom, 
marsh pea. wske-fOMa or trlllltim, 
lily, flaakatoan berry. Urk- 
Meedlng heart, aaaokey flower. 
May leaves, star flaMr, 
hop trcfoU. stta whi if . 
eeral root. strip#>d eoral root, 
eenuss. wild lUv of the valley. 

lanre rJover, West^ • ' /'rrnip, or- 
axjge lionevR .f k> ' ..,Ui ailun root, 

i large -I'nvr j yrV.n'x nvi^ 
eah, and oyster plani* 



24 



TllK DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA, B.C.. bUNDAY, APRIL 29, 1934 



Business and Professional Directory, Want Ads 



MAIFM K-1,1, (lAHnil-TFn <1I4 WANT IHuMSoN KUNiOtAL UUME 

AliVEKIlUEMeNTB I Qu,dr» Btre»t 

r>i;a «iid un* l.»lt tcnlt • VOrtf MCtsj PtM(M O Mil. NWht or I)ST 

Irisrrliou. uln» ctnl» a •oid m wrrk. with' ■ 

• minimum of ten woicn c»»(i win, or.ln i . lARTBt' |.1UHUIA1. I idMK 

Mo »dv«rUaMMnt mc«pu<1 (or Uu iiiau I r 



It gtffiin 



ON8 W 
MALE 

(CODtlOUMi) 



wow-OAKonooa 

OS3f7 



ttr-av* Mau. 



Druth •iid l^inrr«l Nolli»«. 11 50, flr»l 
Hull , JIOIJ (Mr f«i(i ii(l>!llloli»l insri- 
t tin MairinKt-s. ('»m1i of •rt.ai.kn Ui 
Mfn.orlaii Nulifi I ' .,■.0 ix-r linprtlon. 



I • 



Birth Noll.^■^. ») I'" l'<-' IniuTtiiiii 



fettalncu UI I'rofi-iisiLinal Catda <jI two 
Ubm or under. 13 &0 per mouth Addl- 
#taakl uini •« tl.U p«r Um par mopth. 

.-iSfri who <!rslr« itiiT h«Te rrplle* 
lorwarded 10 thcH prlv»l« »(ldte»» A 



l)m.;.';cii H, 1 I »■ 
:«12 (iuadr* HMrrt 



Htiuiit E inpU* 4434 



7 KLUWERS 

BAIXANTVNE HKns, l.IMlItl) 
t2» rWt SUtrt Fiiui.* O 3U1 

W« Tdctratiti no»ct< 

CUT rLOWBW AHD 



A 



J WlMiIlW AHM A fVlN!1 I I'D ES 
. tltjlliiili) IIM*.' !lr>Ul..v l)u,iii iit-lll 
-- ftOHfr^ Au>*!i*l» ttl.,:.litr ilEurr 

•baVM tl IM M»W la mm4» for malllnii ,i ,«,4 „„,,t o 
tMtlML IB tbto e«M bM UtrM wordi. 

A : 



Box CoUmM") t« 
Dumber of word*. 



Pollock Bro« . P»iiiU/i» Mti fc 

VlCIOHlA NUKijEHllUi. eiS 



t "OoUoMOWn rMderi of o'lr »<lvfrtl»p-l I MtOWN 3 VlCTOHlA NUKiilEHllUi. eiS 
J BMmU Mk »d»erll«tis t.i « V- ..M=r., h» I» Work executed lowejl 



JK.NMNiiM .V H'jNH, Hj.i(l.^:3. 418 



r. 0741 



; All. .iairii for robAU M »oi— at of 

•rruri or omiMtMM BOat fcO BB^ witblti 
f tBirtB ten OMB tte tet* of lb* t»me. 
! th anrtM tb> BtoiB wflt bo» B» BBow t u 

• OeiOBit Bgttjty^^fcBjbiwiMiy 

i STwiiitwiBt erBMd for mora Uua on 

iuu«. 



8 MONt!«tNTAL WORKS 

MTjKTnOBB * ■TOMB WOMCa. OORHEI'- 
Oorg* B4. ond OOTWBawt. » Mil- 



B 

I nrrn wokk anythino in <:ab- 

I prn(rrii:K. bulldiiia, rrpiiri, .lilnilina. 
ill iMUes Toil 1 «n afford to pay E 1,774 

I'KtiEN f (OI LEdr HI I DEM'. Jo 1 
' >e*r» office, diaftuie and l>pii>i( <■>■ 
rorlMiM; •scoUonl rtfereoce*. Box aJ»» 
Cotoalat. 



TTKHMn 




ofneo. •?« MwMB StTMt 



Y-OUNO MAN. TWEMTT TBAJtS OF 
Me. deilrei pofltlon. Thorouchlj 
UMd to care. Oood character. Apply Box 
SflM. Colonut 

\'OUTH MS , HIKONCl AND WIIJ INO. 
wants faun work I aki-n »« rii nil oral 
ctMirsr Hu<'rTi ami tioartl only iin'.ll tx 
[jfl :f :,i rcl 11 .i l.ol.iN.st 



Doubk Service in 
Waht Ads 



Yoit CM tckphoa* yovr an- 
■were BB well aa your clattificd 
advertiMinentt to Tha Colonist. 
Retdcri are often interested m 

\\'arit Ailvrrtisfiiif nt<i tli.it i! i 
i>> I 1 .11 1 V t ' (■ 11.1 u: I- s IT d il 



. ri ' sri s. 



OUNO MAN WANTS WORK U^ fAHU 



IIA rAINTIBa AMD OftOOBAI 



tint a 

Clllull.^t In X IMlH.liri. ll'l t!lf 

aLCfi... li ;> H I., 1 11 lii 1.1 i',,i:\c itaih'is 
who tmil It intoiiveiiieiit to write 
an afiswer, and to tcrve the ad- 
vertiser better, wa will take 
replica to Bos Nambara ever 
the telephone. 
The Colonist service is avail- 

a' !r I:,- , 8 ,1 T M • : , < \ 

I (• ; . t i ! 1 : -i 1 1 1 i ' .1 - I i , . : I c ) , 1 ■ , J . ■ : (• 
41 H 



•nrwART MomTinnrrAL works ltd. 

,r N.. K • . « iv- 1401 May 



J 



Ttta Oolonlit aervlce 1» available- ever? 
day from Sam to 10 t) m . «••. eij'.im 
Sttnday Juti call B inpire 4U4 
~~To laaaro IsMrtten. OlaMllod Ad* •houid 
rtach Tti* OelODtat baforo tO 9.m. oo the 
day pr«»loo* to pabUeatloa. 

fla^ill 
be 

daya 



far UM 

«s la la MB. oa 



Acroaa* for Hast 

Aereaca for SalO 

Aereaie W aataa aaaaaa^aaaa*** 

AUtOI for Blia aaaaaai'aaaaaoox** • 

AiitomobU** 

Hirihft 0 •••••••••••• 

Bicytire and Motorcyclas •••••• 

Boat* and Lannetaao 
Bulldlni Material .••••••a«<««i«<"- 

Builneia Directory 

Buslreaa Opportunltic* '* 

Cardi of Tbaoka •••••••••••• J 

Cliureb Notlcei .••••a««»«««. • 

Olothinc. Furi. B h eaSi Bla •ob 

Comlns E»ent- ....,..«••••.••••• •« 

2i 
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rn!r;'i.ii. r ii>r r irrif cd f'h,,ij.. (jfl.ii;'; 

iJAlNIlNd ANU I'Al'KKHANd I N< i UjW 
ITiifS ;VolM a ■] iir H 1 . 1 rf il 1* 4 i 1 i 

HAPEatllANUiNU UAHOE KOOM - 

you*. 30c up. Arataaiv O 



AL I 

lit 



(Oontloued) 

■^OOPRKAf IE W(K)I) to. (11114 1 

kindt Jiy wixid. \riy ihrai... 
•n da>a 

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■ lovr WiXHl. II bU lilo<ki t < UU (t 'i:i4l 

I ^ol W(X>1< MlL.l.WOOI>, tz.bo cd.. amaU 
^ mlilKood. t3.3S caah. O. IXahB 



•ALK— Mist tLUyaK>|j8 41 WANTED— MlSCnXAlOEOUS 

(Cuiilluucd I 



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' \«ilrtlt». 

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1147 nflh BtreeL 



rvtit hAl.t HOIU HANtnta. OUfDERS. 
I *lH^r^. t.i!in(, yoak. OoUyared. BS4ai. 



tOKDWOOD 
inch. SS. 



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l^Haara. fWlfcB>aw». O 



S4: 11- 



ooBDi n-n 



uym BOODKM, atJa rss ocmo. o o d. 

r oaaMroa Waoa aad Coal Oo. B 4iS6 



i.-'iRST oRown. 4-rr.. i ooxoa m 
I* DouoLAB fOBU oaaia. Bsm 



KINUUNO. IS PXR CORD LOAD. DAL- 
zlel Box Co . a 1431 



MAlJtSAT TTB 
iiHi 



U 3ft41 



aaa*t to 



J a fatetax 



V'O. t wt 
4 ft . S4 

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cofd; mUlwood, t>ja . B WW. 

MiAwifioAit DOiraLAS rm wood. is- 

aUb. 13 15 rd niU'd In.Mdr »3 75. 

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1 

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.^erTh^n:,^T.^^ld^•^]T;,>n^rtll iiMi r: i:;'"^'* - "in. 

atll lu brraW ui »r wlil pay you double bra..- I ■,>,'' JLiviif "J.-?**** 

the price if lu »i>od couditioii OBrleiia ,,•«,)> m,, ' . . ' dtatanea. 
AaU««M Bitoant Hotiao tea*oaite | . — . ' ' ' ^ ^'H. 



Ul'AlJly Ul^AIJllJlI MI'IH.--. J, 
up. K2»8«, U. Cawbtay, Lake UOi 



IM 1/, 

u 



\ KEPI TA I l< i,N t■X^H I'AYINCJ IIIUH- 

- » i i! pi. I.. I 1 IJI.;.:. LjUlfi. lOOiS, 

luvrK. fuintluic. u( auythlu* you ml 

lo diipoac of. w* oall aarvtom aar 

lime O 47tl. 



■r^ waMU flit 

.'liraped^pa 

t-n-ii tenaa. 

Bl rrr! 

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4 riENTioNi Brina youraoM atiaotla a 
■i^ uuriiiaa M.. for talahoat valBI ~ 
, iia Yataa. 



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wa ror 



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L'^OR bALt; OKN I U C C M, filCTCLB: 
•C d oa fc la drop bar, S-*peed, acceaaorlea. 



rood condlUon: I3S 



coiqiiitr. rr 

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/lOLOl BBAL. LIVB OABB POM YOim 
v7 old aoM and aUvar BBaraaon. ais vier 



vroncs-AimQtms or au* obborip- 



Pn. ^■^ i.ald. 
Pott St, 



•31 



g . OLD 



$3 



11B 



amNGUNO 



ROOP8, BOC PKR 

. I. - ill. frr.- F 6171) 



ArTER ALU AB THB ntUiOW BAID 
•No place like Hamstaflay." Batur- 
day nirht dancrj rommrnce. with Zaia'a 
orchestra. May ^ f..inf and »<e the won- 
derful new ' blindiiic llsbt" prise dance 
(pyiaa*. I5i. AdmlffiaB MSf or wttb 
Bar ticket. e5c. I sss T fs oarlr. 
Mantta iRO. 



AMMVAL BPRINCl FUJWEIl SHOW 
Royal Oak HaU. May 3, 3.30 to S 
Homr-cooklns sUII. Th* Hon. K. O. Mac 
nofiaid will open tha show at t p.m. Bn- 

^ irancr lOc, tea ISc, 

es 

1 

«0K 

47 

4 ■>. , ■ f 
" i > Cora 



niK RBOtnJtB MONOAT BVB- 
ntna meetinasat HbaCawphsr s< 
mere* have been 

5-- IT. . cr month*. 



Danclns 



Death* 

DrcMmaklnr ...«««••••••••••••••••••• 

Bducatlonal ...«••»••••••••••••••«•** 

Ihtrma for Rant •••••••••••••••••••••• 

Farms for Bala ••••••4»«>a»»««>>««»** 

Farm* Wantad •••••••• 

flat* and Apartment' ta Boat aaa*a»« 
Plau and Apartmanta Waataa eeaaa.. 

pior Bala— Mlacallanaous 

Pumltura 

Fual 

Funeral I>lrector* ...aaaaaaaaaa* 



as 

•7 

S3 
64 
40 

■••laaaaa*** 40D 
••••aaaaaa*. 40C 

_ 4 

Furnllhed HOUHa* for Bant a.aaaaaa.UA 

! PurnlkhP'1 Roorrn for Rent ....•••••.*•* 

' KurnHhrd Koonii Wanted ;.u"*S?« 

4 Halrdresien and Beauty BpaclallaU.. IIA 

Halla to Boat 

.' RotaU 

' Houaekeeplne Roomi to Rant ...»•••• 

Houackeepliie Room* Wanted 

Houaa* for 8*1* ..«•••.••••••••• 

SB MaBOrlam .....ataaaaaaaaaaaaaa*. 
f LaaaaS and BOelatiaa aataaaaaaaaaaa*. 
, tiBft and Found ,..••..•..•.*•..••*.* 

I Mochlntry 

t Market Bpaclals (t«««<*«**<«««*aa**** 

iMarrlaaOS a*taa«aaaaaaaaaaaaaata 
MlMCllaaaOUa »• aaaaaaaaaaaa 
, ^ f ' . : V To LoaB .••••■••••••••■•*•••••• 

^ M 'oi-nlal Worto •••• ••••••>•• 

kiUklC 

Muaical lastramaata 



34 
43 

Bl 
S3 
7S 
i 
31 
39 
64 
It 

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34 
40B 



E. TOBBDAY. MAY 1. A O F HALL, 
Cormorant Street. Zala's orchestra 
i;nder auaplcei W.A to FfO Fatria 
Branch, Canadian La aton. Ma. 

I ^ANdcTTrRAWBiBRr VALB HALU 

) t 

makers 



Wrdneiidtr. May 1. AdBlSSli 



r^iarl 



3»c. 



g till 1 Refreshment*. Cartar's M*rry- 
maker 

at 



.-'SQUIMALT CONBIRVATrVK A88O0I- 
lon partner whist, Kenl a Hall, Fri- 
day. April 27, » p m . rood priirs and re- 
freshmrrun 25 cfnti 

008E DRUM CORPS DANCC BURNS 

, Map S. DaiM- 
Tovnaand's Or- 



In* 8-12 
chestra. 



Admission 35e. 
Refreshment*. 



() 

cent*. 



Ln-TIMB DANCB. ROYAL OAK HALU 
May 4, 



Beafa'a Orchestra. 3B 



r>A»TifBR wmarr - Monday awd 
1 Taaaaar, Bitt, 1330 Oovernmant St. 
Prita* aecordlaa ta achadoU. Admlaalen 

3»e, 

^HOW BRfTtBH COI-tlMBIA TOY fVXI 
Bpeclally P«r;..r Show May 2, 2 30 
P m . n( Mr and Mrs, A, Moore's resldeoce. 
:fi24 Ro(k'j.rii Aveaaa.. CI ■ san .larval! toy 

hrrrd-. M?r'. and " - • 

ScT rct.irv, E 0180, 



s 



i:C I AKffc.STLKS A.ND t;ONTaA( TOKH 



AND OLD 

'.■ (,■ 1 ., V 



^ UARANTIKU 
7 Robllllard & Jiiru 



Kl- I'.MHI.M I. riliiNE 
biKlilrm. !•: UI18D. 



ALTIRATION& HO08BRAI8INI., iMN 
Crete work, rrpalri ()Kf«ui, d ,rifl'.' 
O 33iS. 

( 

RKLIABLB CARPENTER WAMT8 WORK, 
day or eontraet; rapalrs. O tlM. 

FLOMBiNn 

IjlOXOORDt THB PLiiMiitH. la NOW 
r lecatad at ti ' 



21A UAUWREMSLRS AMD 
iVTY SPECIAUm 
(Oontlnuad) 

AN OIL BONAT WAVB, 15: ALSO SJ 
wave* Facials, halrcuttin*. etc Mar.e 
FrankUnt. SO0 Beverley Bids E S334 

HAIKDRE88INO BY APPOINTMBMT IN 
YOUR HOME. PHONE O 4444 

"IN STYLE AND ART. A BHOF~AFAm'. ' 
1 meana Individuality at Ivy's Boaaty 



,S .slIiNKV 
Co . Alplia 



Oj.. I i k< I t'KH ( . iKI I I- ^ .Ml il 
■if. >.WU «,.,„] H idsri Wu. il 

Sill— I ( 



^tl TK. CUKU, 13 CORU. 81IAWNI 

9Xm i ti IMS Malabat arptaaa. O 4413 

day. nivht. 



Sill— I O -il4 
I I. HI 



LADIES' BICYCLES. ONh 
two othera. tIS eacM I 1...1 1 (. .M 
double bar modelt and n ar^ •,. . .r b.i? 
at most reaautiable prlcr-, ! v.. :i 1 > 
\ou lo sr. tlie-i- barnali N ii-t. iin.ni 
1 , - 11,1.1.- . ,11 . V44 ■ . I 

d \LR UeBUILT BICYCLta ARE COM 

platalp 



0 H 

uBTADf ROBB'S VALUATION. Jeweler* 
lur twenty paara Blabaat prices paid In 
■n erahaadlaa or aa*lL lan Oar't Btraot^ 

rjF TO' tM BACH PAID FOR IHDIAN 

' Ifi'jd iriils half rpiits. 1125^ larte 



.l,'.^ . 
. 1- I.. 



1) l.'IK Mil 1,- 
,'. I'l. I • 4.U4 



34 i'KOKKSSlONAL DIBICTOBT 



N.>uk. 714 View street. 
EXP 



Bsm. 



MABSEDB 



KEEP YOUR HAnt AMD SCALP 
healthy with Hanar MotBod traai- 
asanta IMT DOiKH.ai«ninr. 



AISON TYRREIJ, PARLORS. FOURTH 

tmen 
am. dally 
ahasspoc 
or aiayeol 



specials betwten V ami 10 
Shampoo and finger wntr 7'i 
and marcel. 75c; f inter <*A\e 
SO.- Pprtnanrnts from }4.00 



U gmiATIONB 

PBBIALI 

/ 1APABLB WOMAN. WIDOW, WOULD 
' like care of Infant or small child. Box 
8744, Colonist, 

1-4XCELL.ENT COOK. HOU8BKEEPER, 
■J practical nursa: exceptional service* 
alven apprecletiv* patvl*, Rrferenres 

Box 8707, Colonist. 

I .-EXPERIENCED, TOimO OIRL DESIHIlS 
J positl4»a as iMiiaakaapar. by day or 
month aiMp rati (ood rafaraaeaa. Phon* 

E 0438 

J^-«N(lLISHWOMAN WANT8 POSITION AS 
J hounckerprr or hrip In »mall family 
experienced E KM 7 



:«1 



VH 

I .41 



FERMANENTB. tS 

,, : t I ! ,1 ' ' T r 4,. T ^ ! 



AM . 



1 



I ,A 



CRYSTAL aaasn TawoBH baths, 
Doc H WattOB. prafSSSlBllsl masaeur. 

Hours, lO S p m . and by appointment, 
Lady attriidani Run E 2522. res 0 4550 

TSkao. 8WXDB UAaSEUR. U. LOWBN- 
^ ^ berf, 

O 3270. 



OSTEOPATHIC PHTSICUIta 

OR VEHNON B. TAYLOR. RBGIS- 
te -ii and Uc«ased. 40S-7-4 B*lmt,nt 
!idina. Phona Xaiplyo 7tM. 



'[.'EXPERIENCED IXJMESIIO 
-Ci PtlOn* 0 4M7 



HELP — 



^TENOOBAFBIR WILL TTFB tBOAL 

1^ a«risBisBtsi ssasiasrakis aavtat 



O 7412 



\t^'lDOW. WHO HAS FEW HOIJUS 
vV work daily, would look after horn* 

fit BOOd 



for widower 
home. Good 
8551. Colonist. 



HAS FEW 
luld look 
No e hlltewu BO 
rafarsBaaat 



Nursery Stock. Plania. «to 40H 

^ Nurslfte and Convalescent Home*.... ao 

I Personal *| 

Professional Directory 

Property tor BalO ...aaaa aaaaaaa" W 

Property Wantad ,,><••••••••*••• SI 

Poultry and Livestock •••••• 43 

Radio . . , •••• 

Room and Board .«..••••#§.• 47 

Room and Board Wantsa ....aaaaak.. <• 

Situations Wanted— POOMM •••• '* 

Bltiiallona Wanted— Mala l' 

3l„ves. Rantr*. Pumaeoa 44L 

Hummer Resorts «#••«•••••••• 41 

Teadiers Wanted ,,#»•••••••• JJ 

% Timber .. ....•.••«•• ••a» 74 

II To ExrJianse— Real E.itate 78 
To Rent — Mlscellaneoii.4 8S 
UnlurnlKhed Houses to Rent MB 
Unfurnished Rooms Wanted lOB 
Wanted — Female Help 14 
Wanted — Mala Help .....■•••aaaaa«aa> I* 
Wanted— Miscellaneous •.•••aaaaaia** 41 

Wanted to Borrow • 43 

Wanted to Buy— Hou»e» .J* 
Wanted to Rant— Hou***. tntfuralahoa e7B 

Wanted to IH..»- M ls c a l laBao«B » 

will Traaa >-• 

Wood • •«. »«>»j 33 

ssanaBBp—- — -^smmmaammK 

1 iui;illS 



^T JOHN'S WOMAirS AtJXILIARY 
^ will hold a silver tea en Thursday, 
May 3. at 3 o'clock, at th* horn* of Mr*. 
8 Brake. 134 Baach Drlva. VUltor* will 

be welcome. 



ST ANDREW'S AND CALEDONIAN So- 
ciety- Reiiiilar mprtlne Thursday. May 
J. S pm. AOF Mall fioclsl will follow, 
LndT nifirbrr' i>l i ' ■ « rrfrejhments 
Music by J Kinri;. ^ 

4T SAVIOUR 8 ME.N 8 OLD-TIMES 

danro. Tuesdap, Map !• Futah Mall, 

8 p m,, 35 cent*. 



13 WANnD-MALB HCLP 

MAN WITH 1135 TO RUN OAS DON- 
key. Money used for equipment. Ra- 
turnabla at t35 per meath, Has waaaa. 

Box 8713. Colonist. 

KEUAULE MAN TO TAKE CARE STOrI; 
rou.c Distrlbut* and eoUaat. New 
prodori Protaeioa tMnrttsrp. iasa oaoai- 
I'nt «prkiy inooaM. Ms n aaa MBt Oo-i at 

r'aiil. .Minn 

A.Mr D -~DUE TO INCREASES IN 
sales, w* raquir* the services of two 
younr men wtth naat appearance and tood 
education. Fravtoua aalea experlanea not 
absolutaly aaeaaaary. Box M17, Celoaiat. 



w 



U'ANTBD. BT BSFBRIBNCBD WOMAM— 
Waahlna, elaanlnsr, trealna, bp 4ay 
or hour. BSIB4. 

IITOMAN WOULD ' 
'V grocery store, to 



IN 



LIKE WORK 

own or lountry: ex 
perlenced, r^fprfnres Box 878*. Colonist 



Y'OUNO :.AHY DESIRES POSITION AS 
nursery 
Phona BM4T, 



nursery coveroess. or •* companion. 



NUUOfG AND ( ON 

20 UOMB 



HEALTH CBNTBB PRIVATB ■OBFITAL 
Royal Oak, MedlcaL ebrotUa and 
nervous cases O 4B7B. 



t2 



WILL TKADB 



\\7ILL TRADE WOOD FOIt 
vV utoe*. oau. 



hava you? 



FO- 

wh*at. fnUt or wlutt 
Writ* U Boorcott. aidaay. 



23 



IDCOATIONAL 



COACHINa FOR ALL JintB KZAMINA- 
tlopa S pecial rate*. Fhoaa B TIM. 

RADIO WIRELESS TELFVIBION 
Practical home studr courses 1 .r 
information write A Birnle. 2228 Oiau 
vllle Street. Vanrouvrr, B c 

rpUITION. AT HOME IK 
1^ maths . etc 3321 Lee Ave., 



OBTHOPEDIC MAS<tEl'R 

QTIFF JOINTS. FOOT AND LEO ACHES 
O relieved by manipulative maasaae. 
Falnles*, Inexpensive treatment by W. J. 
Fraaar. 104 Stobart Bid*. E S»4S. 



TDBBtaa BATHS 



AND 8WIDI8B MASSAOE BENEFIT 
rhanmatiaak radae«* walabt. B. Van 



_ ^ and all baarina* 

and parts ara l a rt aasa wbar* naaded. 

Hric* U not the only taetor la salaetin* 

Miur rebuilt uiaciiinr, a.OJIi Plyar, S37.50. 
uoy's 30!IS frame, IIB: f*nt'* 14-ln., SIS. 
Massey 33-ln . 120 ladv's EncUsb Para- 
8on. $35: lady's Prrfnt. tl3.B4. Robin- 
son's. 1220 Broad Slrrrt (OPP. Colonist ' 
X 0212 

SPRING OVERHAULING IN FULL 
awlaa. Caiey your ride* better by bavins 
ua put your blcyela In flrst-class condition. 
New and rebuilt cycles: tires, accessoriea 
B. J. Bmlth. opp. Rudaoo's Bay. o 7234. 



. ..| l,r I 
K..11.UI, 



J lOU rl. .SfiM 
Kpl llia rirld, 

! 1 1 purcha.se 



!:>' for list. 

Mav^ 



W ilULiiJi.Ki.l^l'lNu ROOMJt 
TO RCNT 



U78 



Pt;RNISHBD OR I'NrUR. 
~lth kltcheuctt*. «ul*t. 



.\ COMFORTABLY FtiRNISHBD ROOM, 
»s» ran«r. h and c water Other 
r2?"i' kltchanettea^Sw 
LJ. . .^*^5r**- Davonahlre Hotiia. wl 
''ctt OOlM. O w. PiMi, wiMlir ^ 

\ 

el 



1^ "SP*"" '*00>*' SPOTLESSLY 
rai. i?^ia?ufS home; reasonable 

rate to aMltahla tenan t. B S473 

ATTRAonvB Two-aooMED wnx. 
aU aoBToalanoaa. Low rant, m 



iror St. 



441 



^^TTRAOmi 
E S5S7 



A FURNISHED BED-BITTUiO 

■»» kilrhrnrlte wilh altik i 

PI.. 1..- y 'jM'i 



\t'ANiii> III PURCHA.SE 8ECOND- 
»» hand iiaidy or Parlow trout fly rod, 
reel, etc Alao BB«IUh aaSaia. WsMO de- 
scription and prlca. Boa aita. Oo lOBUt 

IITANTED— CAST IRON STOVbT WITH 
» » oven, 4 or S holM: tood condition. 
1 .11-, I wood, R R. 1, vietofla. 



40L 



sTovrs Avn RANGxa 



ABSOLUTELY THE BBST PRICB FAIO 
for stOTO*. boatar*. «te_ O M4 

I^AWCETT RANGE, STEEL~TOPrWARir 
Inn cloert, v.atertront. only t2S,50. 
Carier s Plove Store. 822 Fort St , E35I1, 

S^EE THE BRIGHAM OIL BURNER WITH 
45 callons of stove oil free, 151 
0 13S1, 

IAROE CABINET CLARK JEWEL OAS 
ranaa with LoraUta ovan. Boat raau 
la tor and aatoasatio Mtbtar. Baeallant 
coodltl en. Fbr aalak aal*. tto. B44 4t. 

LAROB PRBdOR COAL RAMOB, WTTH 
two ovens, aultable small hotel or rrs- 
Uurant: a bartaln. E4410. mornlncs 



Y\ ANTED - PIFB THRBAOIMO 

* * cuttln* tools, alno thraadlna n •< 
for cash Phone O 2434. 



AND 



A WELL-rURNl:5llk.I) BEIl-SlTTINr." 
/OOM. fully-aqulpprd mi. I.n.rllr IM 
monthly: extra bedroom if drvirrd E 8473 



A r SOS CORMORANT -COSY. CONVE 
^ nlent housekrrping i ooins, hot and coll 



cold 

Phonf Rertucpd rale. 



'l-K DOl'O- 
K B474 



at POULTRY AND LIVESTOCK 
■ATCBlNontOttT 



CUSTOM HATOMIMQ. la BOr 
hora ehiaha. ~ ' 
OlIU 



41A 



rooi.«Bv ANB soFrina 



Becker. MatropoUtaa BIdt-. 

E 78U. 



oppoatto F-O 



i)f..siiit,;i 
i. (< 1 ■■> . 



' AW.9, 



MI.^C tLLAN-OLS 



rpHE ROYAL BUSINESS COLLEOf 



\riCTORIA SCHOOL OF BZPRE88ION. 
V Mrs Wilfrid Ora. F.T.OX.. M.R.8.T.. 
1008 Cook atraat. Fhaaa Oarasn ftSSS. 



ALL Kiima, raxD. set 

■ned. etc. Phone W. Emery. 1587 
s Avrnue. 



MOFFATT BNAMBIa OAS RAMOB WTTH 
oven, vorr llltla aaaa. m. Owaar. 

E 5958 



USED RANGES - BARGAIN RANOB 
clearance at pricaa (rooi aa Io« as tlO. 
Halt's Hardware, 



WONDER RANOE — SMALL S-HOLE 
ran*e with roUs, Enamel trim First 
class condlli. 
Ha ril I', a rr 



M J r K ft . n 



U BfUSIO 

MI88 FOX, I'lANOF'' 
Will visit pupils 1054 Southtate. Phone 

UEMPIX STUDIOS. VIOLIN AND PIANO 
City Studio. E3S11; Oak Bap Studio. 

O 7785 



S9 WAMU) I(> lltNT— 
MLSCtLLA.NEOUS 

IV'ANTED TO REI«T— RESTAURANT OR 

V V otbar boatnaaa in aummar raaort on 

HIthert references. 



Vancouver 

M'- 



Island 



|>LOWRIOH'r8 — OtriTAR. MANDOLIN 
-t banjo school; 1118 Broad. E 4943. E 90:u 



10 I (»l{ N \l -MlNt I I I.ANEOUS 
4flA BUILUI.NU SSATEBIALO 

(^IMKH SFRUOB AND OBOAR. UDW 
\J pricaa DaUlal Boa Oo. O I4B 



25 



OANCINQ 



LL BRAMCMB AMD BAIJJMJOM. 

Dorothy OoB. -MJt.0.0,. A.LB.TJ>., 
S. B76Sa. - 



I I^-ILOORING SPECIAL I US OLBAR. 134; 

I Short lenttha V-jolnt: veneer paaSlSi 
SBsli and doors, ahlnsles, lath, etc R. A. 
Oreen Lumber Co. 3810 Maple St. O 7SI4 



FLORKNCB ^SVOtJtiH OAKCB ACADBtTY 
All branetoS danalns tauaht E 377S 



21 

A 



PERSONAL 



1^ 



) AT, I. FT ^rpoflATTf TAr- Ami Tfrr-.Tt. 



PBRMANENT WAVB OF OLBAN. 

constructive llvlns I* what this old 
world needs lo put It on Its feet Three 
things inii^t be niainlalned, namely Proper 
eatiim. rtrmklni; and thinking-' You will 
makr n'> mistake in esllng our roar..- 
whole wh. Kl bread i f ree from tiioUs.v 
sugar or white floun. as It's one of Na 
ture'a foods that build and aaUsfy. Call 
at our ator* dally and profit thereby. 
Goldan Laaf Bakary, Til Fort Straat. 



2» LOST AND FOITND 

y^OBT — WHITE PUBSE. CONTALMNO 



■tfinl hr'iinttifp- 



a I- d 



ntOTTB 
laaey 



W^AHTBD — TRACTOR ORIVBR AND 
>> hook tandar abia rla spar traa: 

small camp. Boa BT04. Ooloalat. 



LOFTS— At 81 Josep.. .4 Hospital, on April 
n. to Mr. and Mr*. O H, Left*, of 414 
BTOBtktOB Blraot. a aon. 

m RAMSBT— At tha Jubllaa HoapiUI, AprU 
38 to Mr and Mrs P J Ramarr (naa 

Marian Headi. of Ijiuder, Man., a aon 

KIHBY At St. Joseph s Hoapllal, April 3S. 

14M. to Mr. and Mr* T. R. Kirbr. of 
l»41 Tala Straat. a can. 



tt the Royal JuMlaa RoapltaL 
M ifr. and Mrs. H, J. Webaur. M Me** 
Straat. oa Ap ril 30. a dau shtar. 

deaths' 

YES HOI— At sea. on board Si. Protesllaus. 
April 14. Yee Hoi. of Canton. China, 
»»fd alxfy-eltht years. 

The funeral will inkr pUre frotn Hnv- 
wards BC l-iiiieiai (''ii.|iei thl,4 afteriio.in 
at 3 o'clock. Interment In Chinese 



SWcmirO— At St Jeaeph * HoaplUL on 
April 38, Marauerlte Lillian (Olaa Stubbal 
Swaeilof. wife of WilUam J. Bweatlna. 
o( 1T44 Hollywood Craaeant. ased twenty- 
thra* raars: born in Lethbridae. Alt* . 
and a resident of this eltr for th* past 
year, 

PPivate funeral servie* at Hayward's 

B C Plineral Chapel on Mondav, April 30 
Interirenl In Rnyil iihk Durlal Park 
'Lethhrldge papers please copy ) 

UTTl.lR Passed away at his residence. 
1333 Beach Drive. John Littler aired 

Sventy-nlne years, a native of Knowr 
t, litneashlre, Eniland. and a realdent 
of Victoria for the past thirteen years, 
a resident of Winnipes from 1904 to 1930 
He Is survived by his widow at the 
family residence 

The remains are restin* at the Thomaon 
Plineral Home, from where th* funeral 
«ill take place on Tuesday afternoon, at 
3:30. Interment will ba mad* In tha Col- 
weed Banal Park. No flowars. br raauesi 
^(WlBBlpae papers plaai* eepy .) 

ADYE— On Friday, April ?7. at Vnnrouver. 
Walter Adye, aaed fifty-nine years, 
of Millar Avenue, Saanieb Th* lata Mr 
Ady* wa* born In Eniland and had 
baan a resident of this province for the 
past twenty-six years, and Is mourned by 
hU widow and two daughters. Misses 
Beanie May and Olivia Kale, and one 
son. Waller Ueorie. all at home, and 
r*l*tlv** In Enxland He served with 
the Imperial Forres In the Orett War, 
aad al*e taw active servlo* In India 
Th* funeral will take place on Tuesday 
afternoon from MrCall Bros ' Funeral 
Xaaie. at 3 o'clock. Rev r Comley win 
•saaMt the service. afUr which Intormeni 
Wn to Biad* In Colwoed Burial Park 



VOUKO MAN (NON-SMOKER) TO AS- 
1 al't on poultry farm; refereitoaa ra- 

qu.red. particulars Dougan * Poultry 

Farm, Cobble Hill B C 

Y'OUNO MEN WANTED, WITH MOTOR- 
rvrin and sidaearai start 144 BNatfe. 

Bos S743. Celcnist. 



ATTBNTION FIAMBBMB 

Sealed tenders will be re<-elved by X 
S MIchell. City Purrliaslns A«ent, up 
to 4 p m . Wednesday. May 3, 1034. 
for I Iteration* to plumblns In the pro- 
poae.i new ReUof Offleaa, Johnson St. 
Spec I flee liana ana parlleiilar* may to 
obiiined from tto Cltp Baliatae Sa- 
fpeclc •. 

The lowest or asp tsaaar wtU aat 

neccrsarllr to aeeoptea. 

X S MIORBLL. 

PursHaslBa Aaaat. 

City Hall, Victoria. 
April as. 1BS4. 



ISA 



MAUiaMBN AM* AOBNTS 



U 'ANTED— 4 HOtTSX'TO-nOUSe SALXa- 
nien lage 20 lo 25 year- i lo handle a 
fast-nelllng article no talking necessary 
Steady employment at 110 a week an(l 
eommlaaloa to thoaa who oaalifr. Na ta- 
r**tB*nt required. Determination and 
wllllnsnea* to work Is more essential than 
sales experience. Apply at 918 Metchosin 
Street Monday mornlns, bat ween S r.nd 13 



A VOCAOOBS AND AIX fRI 
-^a- In «**aon. We *pect*lli* 
b*sket* of fruit and dainty ci 
Ulley's. 1409 Douclas. E&51I, 

V CHANGE 13 AS OOOD AS A REST 
But eatlna at th* Mayfair Caf* Is 
also a dUtlnet pleasure. lOU BraaA-iSt,. 

at Port. 



ALL ABOUT YOimaXLFI TOUR PROB- 
lem* *o!vedl Typ«d *k«teh and read- 
Int. asc. Mae. Moblua. Balmoral Hotel 



AOaiLLBD RIPFBR SBRVXD ON 
toaat la most aalleioaa Aakey's Fish 
Martlet. 81 4 Yates. OT lOl. 

A 

Yntc 



TREAT ALWAYS AWARB TOV AT 
o.i. store. Oreaa Faff Bakorr* ato 

s f.treet, 

\DVICE, psychic reedlncs. m**sas* meet- 
Ing.s, Tues., Thurs . 7:30 p m,, 433^ Port. 



ANEW SPRING TOP COAT FOR ONLY 
ItS.sa Prltchardi', laas Ooremneat 



ARMY PACK BACKS, HnUMO BOTHF- 
ment. Armp Supplp Storee. 1144 Oovt. 



RROKKN YOOR OtASmt — SAVX 
i.ion*p on rcpaira Ooraoa Shaw. 

oiiinini'trut, MfB. o»tMlaa> Woolworth 

Bullilng. , , 



BUREAU OF PXMININB HYOIXNX. 
Nurs* In altrndano*. Free advlee. B1440 



14 



A VACANCY FOR 4 GIRLS TO LBARN 
L» hatrdre**lna. Tak* advantas* now of 
thia woadarfol opportunity to have our 
complete eours* In halrdressln*. which Is 
offered for a short time only at |,iO 00 
I reaiilar price 1100 00 i 
VICTORIA HAIRDRESSINO COLLEGE 



BUY OUAUTY MXAT8— & * O. MAR- 
k et. J, H Mattoa. 441 Johoao a. O 3333, 

I 1HUT."— THB CHUT CHRPlirOFFXir 
V ' In* the piihiir a swoot. fTOlt oBatnor 
*t a popular prire Qiya poarsoU B real 

treat At your grocers 

/ 1 H A n I 8 FOUNDATION GARMENTS, 
' Msde In Canada Flltliig salon, 
Madame Walls. 819 Port St R97I3 

/ iOTTAOr TEA OARDFN. WFJITINO RD 



SI 



MONEY TO LOAN 



RKFDtANCX YOUR CAR CONTRAct ON 
a amaller monthly payment. PACI- 
Mr PALXSJpO, 1334 BROAD BTRXXT. 

U-F HAVE THie'n>LLOWINd~AMOUNTS 
1.1 i.i iii r ri first mortgage f.'.oo. |750, SJ 
II ooo MMi $1 .(1,1 Apply Bro.»n Uros . 314 



SHINGLES REDUCED 

nlOH-GHADE SX AND 5X DAL2IEL 
Box Co . Uavld St . O 1422 

VTO. 1 XXX~SHIWGLE8, tl.Si PER Sq' 
No. 3. 14-lnoh ahlnilea. extra thkki tl.a4 
per sq. McCarterShlncle Co.. Ltd.. B 4413. 

Iu»«ber~~f6r xvimv" purposx"^ 
Larsa ateck*: loweat prices. Wood- 
sralnad Opproc etc. Th* Moorr-Whlttlnc- 
ton Lomtor Co.. Ltd. 03311 or E3911. 



SIDNBT 



9Y SCRVXCB 



QJHORT lengths tiding, tlnorln* 
^and V-)oliit at altrnctlve prices 



40X 



SI t3S. Halt's 
MISCLLLAHEUUI* 



\LARM CLOCKS, SBe: FTXLD GLASSES. 
14 75: prismatic gl»s.ses. J22 50. 
ratchet fl&hlng reels. «5c. 100-11 aerials, 
45c, 3-ft rules. I5r 201A tubes. 50c: new 
Dunlop tires, y5c: iiiurr tubosi ASo; atsotrla 
radio*. 115, apeciacles, all sliSS. tt.TI. 
Aaronson'x, 1338 Ooyt. St. 



A TTXNTION, GKNTLBMBNI 8AVB »0% 
on your sanitary requirements. *hav- 
Ine cream*, etc cash sales S:30 to 1:30 
p.m. Baclos* 3c stamp for mall order cata- 
loBue. National itaaulslMs, 4U OranvlUe, 
Vsncwrer. 



Are.. 



MORX WHITE LEGHORN HAIIV 
Chicks, 13''jO each: two-weck-old 
chicks,^ l^5e^ each. Arthur Adama, Lake 



A 



wat er In toims. ka 

AT 734 111 MbOLDT, JIM 
» la^ Si fri in |2 00 v. . , 

\ I ol.YMric, 1 ivo MAY 11 i.-i 
■ » 11 .iji. I I. .in. k 1.1,. nrtlr E 

V IVVO IUHJM t^uiltt, ALSO SINGLR 
with kitchenette: clean lia« Fett, 



.S Y BED- 
4074 



i T 1145 HCK'KLAND HOUBBKBBFmO 
x^room, heated, all l onvenlenoea BSIU. 

A T 733 VIEW- HcyUSEICBBPINa ROOMS, 
half block from Speaeer'a 0 4a44. 



BARNBVEl DFH.S KOCiS FROM CARE 
fully sell c 111 iirii Can spare a few 
alttlnss. tl per 13 WaddaU. Phon* BS7S3 



pORNISlI GAMB. BIMCK JBRBEY 
^ Giant also pheasant aettlna*. Mr*. 

Fawdry. Cobble Mill, 



HAICHING EGGS REDS 
ders. SusAex. 5 cents each. 



1345 Taltersall Drive 
lOHT SUSSEX 



E 4319 



BARMBVBL. 
Raraea. 



TIGHT SUSSEX BABY CHICKS 
each. IIS 100. ready Saturday. 



20C 
. . 28th 

Hatchlna eees from now on, t7 per loO: 
blood tested stock. Our Busaex are bred 
for meat and eggs, R Victor Robinson. 
R R I. Royal Oak 

IEOHORN Ct^KERELS. 5 WEEKS OLDI 
■i lOc Phone O 1344, 



rlE HATCHXRY. SWAN ST. B 4041 
Custom hatchlna. Sottlaa Tbaraaay* 

UrniTE wVANDOTrMrBLOODTEB-TED; 
Winter layers Pullets laid 70 per 



cent 



111 Winter months. Lane brown 
ng eIls^ ,'ir each E 1311, 



A BARGAIN! 3 ONLY SLIGHTLY USED 
refrlaerators at sacrifice prices, 7'hese 4ZB 



WHITE LEOHORNS AND 
WHITE WYANDOITES 
Viaorous, HIsh Produclns Strain* 
Write for Oataleaue and Prleo U*t which 
8ive* Information on feedlnt poultry 
U F. SOLLY 
Lakcview Farm Weatholme. V.l. 



must be sold to msUie room for new 
models. MURPHY ELBOTRIO CO.. LTD. 
751 YATES A«ent* for Kelrlnator. 

VBSOLUTELY RBl.IABLB — BPRRlxE'S 
Endlsh white lead, white Sine and 
Calrutta linseed ell. Titt Btanelaiul Co 
Ltd , 840 Port Street. O 1914. 



ALU-BLACK SOIL, ROOK FOR ROCK 
tardoDB. terraaaa, Maaaro. BMTT, 



A BARGAIN— AUTO TENT Of A-l OON 
ditldn for $13.50. Phoae B4444. 



These short lenrths can be used 
OB Bsanr smBU Mto at a sarins ta 
pa«L AO fn4M earrtod la Btoak. 

SIDMBT LDMBBR OO.. LXMTTBD 
4118 Oorerameat Street 
Phone OM14 



Pern I" 



p I 1032 



33 Bl SlNfc.S.S DiKKwlURY 



AUTO OI.A«H 



.'TAR ORA^B BRXNOLaS 4148 FBR 
sMuare Dalstal BoB Oa« Davia St 



Phone O 1423 



bricks. 



WINDOWS. 
Oeorse Dodd. X617I. 



rX HAVR A LIMtTBD NUMBBR OF 



R 



EPI.ACEMrNT.S WHIIB YOU WAIT; 'i">i' <» adlan WestSta 
MEL1X)R nnoT F 1 Rroushton i^o*<i O4013. 



H 



CHIlHNfcV «UIH- 
EARN, CI.FAN 8WFEP. OKAROR OF 



L.HBUSpLU ttTAllU.SEBX 

pMYimi'sivmoNnYn^ 
a asp aasiBB or color. The Colonist 
OSBSBarslBl Frtatint Dept.. g ardea tasi 



PLOOB aVBKACINO 



FLOOR 



VX HARDWOOD 
Johnaoa: todoeed prioea OT4I4 



CO.. T8T 

IAD 



COLD 



PRICES HIGHER THAN BYBR-STOD- 
1 dart, the Jeweler. 444 FsCt Sta BMr 
Oovammaot St 



■I rl.arrr. 



2:,.- 



E 1,1,'.4 



KKYS ALL KINDS CAREFULLY 
Waltex' Key Shop X 4711. 



31,74— PERMANXNTS—tl 75 
Haircuts. 15c. Pinter ware. IBc weti ate 
dry. Marcela. ISe. Shampoo. 84a. 

Suite 114. Woelworth Bide. 11441. 

4HATTON B BEAI I Y SALON, 104 
Woolworth Building Hpeciallsing wind- 
blown and fancy haircuts Perfect per- 
manenls. 12 50, 13 50, li Mornlna ■peclkll, 
timer wave and shampoo, 75c 

400K HOUSEKEEPER NOT OVBR 40, 
for slnale eentleman realdinc in 
Victoria, Addraee faU parttcalars with 
r*rer*ne** to Box S7S7, Colonist. 



RNBLUNO— On April 37, 193* at Ri 
Joseph's Hospital. Arthur (>eor*e Snell- 
In*. of 1153 Johnson Street, at*!* ataty- 
two years, born In Dorkln*. Surrey. 
Btslsnd. and a resident of Victoria for 
thtrty-elaht pears wig wife predeceased 
htm fourteen year< **n He is survived 
by two son*, Arthur Jamea and Frederick 
George, of Yletorla, and four grand- 
children, alae his father, four alsters 
ana OB* brother In England 
Yto funeral will leava Hayward'a B C 
nt<>er«l Chapel on Tuesday. May I. at 
a 15. proeeedlna to Christ Church Cathe- 
•iral. where aenrtc* will be held si 3 to 
Roe. Caaon Rlachllfte efSna' ' ler- 
WBt ttt Roe* Bay 0*m*t*rv 



|t FtTNERAI, niRFCTOES 

i BATWaRD S B C FUNERAL OO 

Established 1847 
"14 Brouablon street. Victoria, B c 
I Phooe*: Empire 3S14. Garden 7S7S 
L Garden 7SS3. B SBpIro 8488 



LTD 



McCALL BROS 
■ I he Floral Funeral Home 
Office and_Chap*l. Oor Jo tog>*on *nd 
^8V8848 

«sa MU 



«, r OtTRRT * SON 

Funeral nir»r»i>r» 
OBT. Rwadra and BroushtSB 

Pho.ie U M13 



P\Nn« MfiRu»A*;7. 



It Moaoral* Osat 
■ MIL OT 



LTD 

I" •»or Mew 



COMPANION HBLP, arTRONO. .^w. 
housework and help with Invalid: 
Rox 8781. Colonist 

I ' , HOME IN RETURN FOR 8ERV- 
' I icea to reliable person, fond of chil- 
dren. Reply Box 8733, Colonist 

rpHOROUGHLY COMPETENT COOK- 
I pencrsl. live in references required: 
t25 per month PI one 0 ^2S3 between 9 
and I rill anil r. ni and 8 pni today 

ll'ANTED-GIRL FOR LIGHT HOUBx' 
VV work. Plain cooklni: alSSB Wti r«f- 
erence J|J7 Quadra Street. 



ITTANTED — OIRL TO LEARN HAIR 
VV dre,»sln«. In huh ^lasa shni. easy 
terms, by th* month Boi s<t4 ' 1 .: .. 

U 'ANTED— EXPERIENCED MILLINERY 
maker and trimmer 8tate at*, oa- 
perlenc., etc Apply B«X 8471. Ooiegtlet 



DRIVER'S CASH SERVICE STORE- - 
Alberta butter, 31c lb. 3 lbs 9lc 
Tasty ehtese. ISr lb Dsles, 3 lbs 18c 

I kl.'iTlNCTIVE Nrw SWAOOER SKIFB 
I ' for Spring and early r.iinirner (lor- 
don mis. Lid, 1107 Oovernment Street 

DOUGLAS CAFB— AFTERNOON TEAS, 
free teacup readlna. Mme, Kara, Papa* 
lar-prlc ed meal *. T a. m. to 11 atldalghi 

ENOUSH FOLK WILL UKB OUR CAR- 
ravap seed or rice oakes, ISc. de- 
Uveraa. Oasdoa Howard, 0 88TT. 



TtOtt, FIMFIM^ FlUBk TRY 
Oeo. Lee's^ OMaBW i w a ia i . _818 
Cormorant: David aBaaaapi RiiiHa'B Rap. 



E 



1 FAMm 

elstkst St. 4188 1 



OD- 
Oovl 



T OCK& LOCK RSFADta AMD KXYB 
W»lt*e' Key Shop. B4Tia. 



MADAM BILXXN, TBAOOF RRADDIG 
.with 35e efUrnoon toa. Saashlne 
ConfeaUeaerp. 8t4A Fsrt. 



N OTRai-AMTIQim OF ALL DBSORIP 
tiona tNMtaC 
price* pais. Tto Ai 

Fort 

FIXMIXR VACUUM CLEANER SERVICE 
and repairs J W Higham O 3559 

SUITS FROM 122 50. MADE TO MEASI 
lire Newest style* Rankin "14 r,,, 



s 



BAl ILIiii 



HATS CL8ANED AND BLOOKBD, Vic- 
toria Rat N". '1 Tatea Biaia. 



INSl KA.NCE 



T.MRX. ADTa ntaURANCB - 8XX UEB. 
r Fraser * Co.. Ud.. 1383 



8S 



LAWN MOWKBII 



\T PEDEN BROS. 1410 DOUGLAS. 
G5BI1. lawn mowers aharpeBOd. 
F^ee delivery both ways, |I 00 



I AWN MOWERS COLLECTED. 8HARP- 
ened and delivred Elves Bios.. 1423 
Broad Str'et r - f nnn? res.. B7081. 



LI.ATMIR tiOODS 



GBNTV BBLTB, BUGGY STRAPS, 
latae straps of all kinds: In stock or 
maao to oraer. McManm s. 71S Yates St 



UTROGBAPBINa 

TITHOORAPHINO - LITHOORAPHINO. 
J engraving and embosstn* Nothinc too 
large and nothing too smsU, Your station- 
ery is riiur advance agent The Colonist 
Priming & Publlshlni Co. Ltd 



ORIBNTAL RUGS 

WABHTNO. REPAIRING. XAOHART Air 
van. native Armenian 
higlie. • . • ■ ••■ (:•>■" 



ri BLIC STE.NUtiHAI'liKBS 



SBYMOOR. 



ETRBL 
BalMlaf. Dotwlaa 



u^BiHBoral. 



107 CAMPBELL 

Street, Phon* 

Aathors' mannscnpta. law 



oenfldeatlaL 



O OIRLS WANTED WHO WOtHaD LIXA 
^ ta learn hairdressina. An oppor t u- 
nity to t«t esUbliahed tn ■toady employ 
meat with a natiaaal attanlsatloa. Apply 
Daaelas " 



108. 1184 OaaslM SV Fhoe* 0 0334 
11 7S-FBRMANBMT WAVX-11.7S 
(Shampoo and Flaaar Ware laeludedi 

"•'f f'ut tie Marcel JOe 

Fin.er Wave tSc Shaaipoo SSc 

Com* In and eoaevlt aa aboat pear 
beaatp BSBklSBM 

<«A aALKBL ABIXa ANB AOBNTS 

l^^XPXRIKWCPn SALB8WOI4AM WANT- 
X .* ed A. Malick'* Lia. 



16 



At.K.NTS WANTED 



4 OENT.I w» ARE INTRODUCING 
^ •! log propoaiiion Every 

care player >our customer. Local dealna 
Allied aalee Oo.. MB - - 



wanted 

mm 



\f AKE SELL YOOR OWN OooDS 

i»I Form.il. eatatotn* tre* Kemlco lOt. 

"R f ■ f tfic f 



^PIRELLA FOUNDA'nON GARMU4 I« ^ 

0884S. 



fc4PIRELLA FOUNDA'nON 
> OOlo*, 888 StBhart Wm. 



"WORDS IN INK MAXB FBOPLB THnnr* 

THE PRINTED WORD IS THE BF.eT 
wav to determlP" the aucceas of 
your endeavor. Let an up-to-date printer 



TRB OOlsORXaT 
tail Broad St. Phoae O t34i 

Utkaaraphinc, 
Rharaylas 



^HE 

Avenue E S311:' aalBtp lac* wool 



MILTON OO,. 1^44 OAK BAY 



^^yHILK YOU WAIT, YOUR SOLES ARE 



818 



Bob Hawk** 
AUep. kaek s( Oalaa 



Shoe Rggaira 



44R CftOTRlNO. FDBa. BROBB. BTC 



I^OR SALE -LADY'S AND GENT'S RID- 
In* boo**, alzes 5 and 7. Mrs Jow 

Itt, 821 Fort 



tllRLS SCHOOL TUNIO. CHINCHILLA 
W coat, etc.: aleo "Book of Knowledae." 
splendid condition. B 1744. 



FUBNITUBR 



B 



UNOAIXDW FURNTTURE WANTED AT 
onci^ for rush 

BUT IT MUST BE OOOD 

Willow*, Plowman Co , 706 Johnson St. 
"BBTTBR CLASS " Used Fumttara 
Phone 0 4414 



,^OR SALS — BlUND NRW THRBB> 



Bisee CheeterAeld aalta, latest 
t70. Phone O 1144. 



j-'OR SALE — OOOD OOOK SfrOVR 
cheap also table aad l0BB8Bb Apply 

1120 Burden E 7837 



.FURNITURE REPAIHEIi AND ORAnD. 
Redfern. 1018 Fort. K 2343 



r' HARDLY PAYS TO THINK OF RE- 
eorerlna wton vou can have an entire 
CtoBte for last about the same amount. 
For Instance, we are fcaiurlnc a beautiful 
heavy silk Chesterfleld Suite, latest deelen 
and best const rartlcn. tor 344.48. Tlii* 
defies even comparison See It la Wr 
window. 

MacKINNON ft RAWIJNSOR 
754 Y*tes St E 7,'i:4 Opp Domli 
Chesterfletda of Distinction 



f lOHT OAK COMBINATION BOOK- 
Ij rase and desk. 113,50: a Toqr att rge tir e 

Deal Fatal- 



standard lamp, 14 50 
ture. 719 Fort Street 



EARLY NEW FURNITURE— WALNUT 
bedroom suite. Che*t*rflel<L eulte 



ranee <4-hole). sir 
tod. Phone O 1844. 



4«B 

H 



wcaioAL tNaTBiianNTa 



EAUTIF17L WILLIS PIANO. JUST LtKB 



rreat tortain for someen* at tlB4, Xasy 
terms arraaeed. Radaoa's Rap Company 

third 



1,-^INB SSLBCTION OP UBBD FIAIS08, 
r atandard makes. Very eaav 
Price* freas tB4 to 1144. Fletohor 



K AHN PIANO. IN OOOD OONDRIOM, 
Will wU etoap. Fha*M B 1793 



1»1ANU8 — SBC US FOR BXCEPnONAL 
barialns in slightly lued WUUs In- 
atriiments Practice nianoH as low ■* ISO 
Willis Pianos, Ltd . 720 Fort Street 

VIOLONCELLO WITH BOW AND CASE, 
nearly new. Its. Phtme B 4T44. 



BIG DROP IN BUTTER— OUR PRICE 
3 lbs. 79c; sugar, 30 lbs, 1150: Five 
Rose* flour. 49 lbs. tl 8!1 Jones' Cash & 
Carry, isnj ( ook si fi :ii3i 

H' "eATTY WASHER. RAISX AND LOWOi 
basket: for bslSBSS 8( 

S7 15. Colonist 



HRIOHAM OIL BtlRNEH. IM 00. now 
hrire demonstrated at D C Hardware. 

■■I' . .-rl 



F'i;rniti're 

condition r 



IllC YCl.ES 
' F4 191 

UCKiD 



718 ' • • • 

I>AnY Ht'CiCIV, WICKER. tlO, 
* ronil:ilriTi Phone E 1029 

/ "lASU REGISTERS, NEW AND REBUIlF 
^ ^ oa easy term*. Paper rolls, mk rib- 
bon* and repair aervic*. National cash 
Rerlster Co, 1431 Oovemraeiu St E0531. 

/ ^ALi. US pbR~nttrE estimates on 

repairs to all makes of electric waab- 
*ra No obllsatlon Phone G7511. 

r^OW MANURE. 14 DOUBLB LOAD: 
^> cinders. 13 par load. G SB3T. 



h^IJDOTRIO MACHINR (SIROai). WAL* 
nut console model, like aew. O 4044. 

T^V>R BALB— MILUON FXET 'mitBERl 
-L Cowlchaa district: toad truck show. 
Easy Mrma Apply Box 1744. Ooienlst 



J^Om BALB— SnO-SFAN. IN Al CONDI- 
A\ UoBi for aulek sale I7 S0. Phone 



B1488. 



TTlOR RENT — YACUUM OR BLBCTRIC 
r floor poUehor. 41.48 dap SOIIverBd 

Phone Q 5033 

f GENERAL EI.ECTRIC REFRIGERATOR. 
^ ' tent, camp bed, table . and stools, 
wardroto trunk: Columbia cabinet eramo- 
phona and 75 cood record*. 114: Norttorn 
Blectrle vacuum cleaner, parfsat coadltlcia. 
14: walnut muMc cabinet, 118. Rssbb AbIo 
Camp. ,A95 Gorge Ftoad 

HOSPITAL BEDS, INVALID CHAIRS 
for sale or rent 5:4 Oorae Road 
West O 8038 

IER8EY MILK FROM OUR OWN COWS 
*' on premise*. W* d*llv«r Gort* and 
Hurnsld* dlitrlct* only, 10c per quart, 
Kre4h eita. nam laid daUp. Phone O 4484, 



/ 10SY POUR AND TWO-ROOM 
' housekeeping rooms, bedroom^ 
HOTEL 710 Fort Street. G7l5t 

K1URNI8HED OH UNFTTRNIBH ED SUNNY 
1 rooms, open flreplac*. private bath- 
rooms, kiichenett*: toaqtifal BltaStlBB la 

3 acres, o arden 1070. 

iTiRONT BED^anrdio-Rooais. "kxtor. 

1 enetus: fumaoei 14. 418 Bsoatb. B 1488. 



KILMORLXY." 888 SOFBBIOR; COM- 
forubl*. hoaiallke; alee location: 
eai. X 7SS1. 

LARGX FURNUrnxb HOUSEXXmNO 
rooms: all conveniences. S34 Pan- 
dora. B TT7t. 

LARGE FURNIBHKD HOUSKKXXPINd 
room with kltchenetu 1IB3 FotL 



T AROB. BRIORT 
Yate*. 



NBWLY RBHOVATBDi NBW MANAOE- 
m*nt Delhi Motel. One and two-room 
suites Moder ate 8» Tatea. O 8WT. 

( \NE HOUSBKBBFIMa AND a^ROOM 
^ ' suite, with prlvau bath: central. 
.17905 SOI Blan*hard._ 

VICTORIA HOUSE, "lilt " ROCKLANIX 
Small apartment, kitchenette, hot and 
cold water; quiet, comfortable 0 3528 

U'ELL FURNISHED RCKIM, CLOSE TO 
Parliament Buildings. 341 Belleville. 
B 5365 , 

»> ROOMS. KIT(HENEITE.~VERANDAi 
^ also single b.»lrooni 1115 Princ***. 

1(11(1 UNDEN. corner Rockland ~Fu7I 
X\Ji.\f nithed. unfurnUhed: «round floor; 
Br*plac*, kitchenette, ta*. all convenience*. 

4>(» MONTH FRONT HOUSEKEEPTOG 
•IT" room, 3041 Albin* Sireet. rlos* 



BAY MARE, RBAOTIFUL HUN1H ' »r» 

type. 8 years; *ound and well-man ^s. WELL FURJ^ISHED, CLOSE IN, 
nered splendid lumper A certain Mlae '4*'^ lor one .lulet person, lady pr*f*rrea. 



wlnni-r F'rue rravjnabie Apply A. Ran- 
.oipp. Hlcherd* Trail, Duncan 

1,'^OR SALB— ONX RELIABLE WORK 
1 horae, hardened lo work. 190 Apply 
w F Heel. Royal Oak 

U'ANTIBJ — HEAVY 
Phon* B*lmont 47. 



1019 Mason Street 



TEAM HOR8F 



4XC 



CATTLE 



i-^OR BALB— 4 FRESH OUBRNSEV 

row*, f ss alaa d. OtaarlBa' Aroaaa. c 



F 

Burnslde 

I^'H>R BALE— GRADE JERSEY COW. HIX I 
r yeers old. fresh Phone Belnioni MM | 

/ I OOD MILC:H C OW MUST BE FKE8H 
' I young, gentle. Box 8737, Colonist 

JERSEY obwt a voTT 



•> UNFURNIBHBD ROOMS ON CSM 
•> IS. includine water and tott 
Phon e XSail. 

r)-< f t VANOOUVER-OLBAM: MODBRATB 
rstes W» . "letSBSa OMM. 



DNFI KM!.HBP 

NPURNI8HED AND FURNISHED 
. ■. conveniences Phone E 1873 



>J t LA I Si and APARTMENTS 
TO BKNT 



Bri ' 



O 13U. 



4tX 



OOAT8 



I^IRESH GOAT. UIVINO 3 QUARTS, tlO 
A Morris. Cedar Hill Croasroad, near 

CNR track 

t.lOR SALE SAANEN OOAT; OOOD 
milker: |tt*t fr**h: 111. F. Rieeall, 
Christmas Avenue, Mt. Tolml*. 



TJIOR SAUf — OOAT. VRBBM. OOOD 
1- milker, rerp aentle, 107 Sim* Arena* 

^AANnt GOAT. NKWLY PRE8HBNXO, 



D008 



BENBOW-S WILL PtTT YOtHl DOO IN 
*h*pe lor the show. Start new. Pn 
Shop, I4ia DoutUs Street. 



MALE PXXINOBBB PUPPY FOR BALB. 
r>*..onsble Apply 1884 Raultaln St. 



FORI- ST . I ROOICS, INCLimiNQ 

water I1TA8 

1009 80UTH0ATX ST.. 4 roomii 

modern ••••••••.t.... 11.44 

FERNWOOD RD,. 4 rooms, eaeotlont 

*h*i>e. Including *** r*na* 84 44 

3111 McBRIDE ST . 4 rooms. tOOd 

condition IT, SO 

P. R. BROWN it SONS, LTD 
1113 Broa d Stree t P hone O 7171 

OAK BAY 

4 -ROOM BMdern culte. newly decoreted: 
rente Installadi free 4t1 •> Kl\ 

water 'iPX — .tUf 

J N UOI. I, AND ;' H Mberton Blk. 

\ BRIGHT SUITE AT MT DOUGLAS. 
iu*k d*eorated, in select 



bultdin*, 
A block to 



.^A iu*k d*eorated, in 
Looks over lovely grounds, 
Victoria s prettiest public park Bad tSaill* 
courts Handy lo beach and llafib Mfiaa* 
live rates Phone E 4823 



risRAINFT) WMTPPFT 'RH« 



4?X 



Avenaa 

Ml^i i I I as: ()|'!> 



lERSEY MILK. 11 QUARTS. 41 i to PINT 
rl Barly momlne dellrerp. BlMl. 



Apply Cowlchaa anrsMata Ltd., 



1 ""tWi ao|t_^. aett.lBr 8^ 

AB 

your awnings, fn.-^ store or house F 



NXW XLECTTRIO S-OAfk OOFPRB URN 
an 

Apply 

can. BC 

^OW IS THE TIME TO SEE ABOUT 

.Jriiiie Ac Bro . Ltd , 570 .lohnsoii St O 4833 

REPAIRING OF ELECTRIC WASHBRS. 
sewint machine*. 
738^ Fort St OlOai. 

UAViOll— NBW RXMINOTON PORT- 
k T able, tuaranteed for I year. 140 cash. 
W Rradv, 81 1 Fort Street 

AI.SO 
3145 



V^IIX-HOLE MONARCH RANGE 
>^ Lloyd's Enillsh baby busgy 
Quadra Street 

IB ALABABTINE FOR WALL AND 
eelltne decoration. twenlr-on« tint*: 
eaay to apply, will not r«b ofl. Rarto- 
Andrews FalnU. Ltd , Til TIeV 81. O ar- 
den 4711 W*_ deliver. _ 

4-CYLINDCR FIAT XNOXNE, SUITABLE 
for boat: orerhaaletf. 3147 Alder 



♦*P 

A 



RADIO 



KOIJITEH RADIO - PHONOGRAPH 

combination, new tub**, eaeotleat 
condition, cheap tar oash. Boo awaar. IM 
Piaaard. 



8' 



TRAVEL OPPORTt VITIES 
AVE fctONEY ~ TRAVEL VIA UNITED 1 1 



BARGAINS' RETS. SPEAKERS. ELIMI- 
aatera. part, prices cut to ilrar stock 

^•ollIl« < Radio Shop 758 Fm I SI E 0741 



STAGES Fares from Beattl* to Port- alien wav* police bana. 
load. Siasle, 12; return. 83 50: to Safi | *< 139 50, Easy teriM.ar 



Franrlaeo. sinile. 19 50; return. 117 10 
Lo* Anaeles. slnale. I15; return. 127 in 
Ottawa, Slnale. 147 50, return, 174 50 
Montreal, single, 148 50: return, 177 f>u, 
Chicago, single, 134 75. return, t.59 30 
luxe sleepin* oompartmenta. Ticket 

Information, 14" — 

O 3533 Room 

Victoria. B.O 



HI I ATE8T MODEL 1P34 DICTATOR 
antel model, 5 lateM type tatoa. w)tb 



Company, third Soor. 



V \ 'KSTTNGROOSB FXRSONAL RADIO. 
^ ^ ' only two BMnths. FhOSM B4N1, 



compartmenta. Ticket*, and 



It Sll i A 1 Kl.N.s U .\.N : ai3— 

MALI 

A J ORrOO - MOIJBX r.r riov\> 

aiaaaoa. Misia^ So aaaa. 0 4448. 



acarvea. 7Se and 8tol White ehemotiie 

gloves 5 0e aaa 8L 

U'HAT IB m — THAT PRODI 1 h« , ( 
*uch weoaeyfal aad quick bene- 
ficial reealtat la tto aaaatioB eaed by 
aU. aiga 8l Jto .le iraele Mineral Water 
aaa pnaato ■BMtP Clay, U your drua- 

^^-nx BOARD fUu^ aihr aob: oood 



iraoi-AiLBr 



home , reasonable. 



B474«. 



UA HAnWBBMBU AND 

•SAvnr BP.TiALim 

I 1 1 AiRDRiywrrno in your homt ex 
■aX porteaooa oaoraiaa. B avtre IMS. 



■ I! 

(Ot-ered expert 
charges Mott. 73T 
cabinet maker. 



RB- 
to 



\BSOLUTKLY DR'/TiO I rciRDWODO 
easy spllttin*. Orst «rowth flr. fl- 
inch leaatha, 15 75 cord, 4-foo4, S4.M eord: 
•awn,_7V _Whll*_laber _X 1888._ 

4 LL BxaT'~*MD' BIO hoiD~<m>kii 

■* _»l »«_e*dar blo ek*. II J 8 B 9 m 

BFROAL Sa£b 

I OONX-DRT WOOK MBmaR lift*. 

aow UM. attaai BasM. rims. 



TABLB MODXL RADIO, 
Weeka 0 8884. 



00M80LS, LONG 
448^, Phi [en Ion* 



1884 

aad ahort wae^ 4 
•nd short war*. I1BJ8: 8-tube ibs4 b*i- 
lery eeta. 144; alae elaetflc radio* for hire 
by week or month. Aa r enaan'fc 1114 OorL 

at O 4733 



mm NiraqEBv arooR. FiANn^sva 

ACLEARANOB OP~I>AHLIAS~OLArM 
Oil. perenniala and reck planu 



yrlee Stewart, Tatleraall DrUe 



half 

E aaei 



Bl 1 FLEITRIC SULPHATa OF AM- 
•* ' monia for lawns, fsrms. orchards, 
■hrabs. gardp;i' areena. etc 100 lbs of 
BO. Blettric 'iiiphste of ammonia Is equal 
IB altreeen to 4.000 Ito toed *t*Me ataauie. 
IMoresttae feiaor ana aireotloae for aea 
oa appuaatton ta B.C Boatrta Raflwar 
Co fsei Doaala* sifoet 

jl^AMRpo RAnTiBC. ok 't 'fm skl 



SaM-a 



VBRD 

ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORS 

Electric refrlserstlon Is a nece**lty In 
anv home Constantly cold and aajIB 
limited supply of Ire at all 
are two exceptional barsslns 

COPET.AND 

FRIOIDAIRB ., 

la your home on 

K EN T ' a 



175 00 
.384,00 



S41 Yale* at. 



Phone B4413 



O]/ IN OOtTtO'B CBNTRIFUGAL PtniP 
•> . Jwith aaa enrine: win deliver M4 sal- 
Ion* per minute STelnst 120 ft, head Can 
be operated lOc r'r hoir, suitable for 
irrlaatlon or small scale hydraulleklnt 
pump with eaalae> ch ea p for oa4i 
n I51S after 8 b-bl. or appip m 
ColonlaL 



XX PRESS TOtTS «AI.r.S MKSSAGB 
THROUGH OUR PRINTING 



I /OK SALE HEAVY WAGON, PLOUGH 
and hiirroa Phone 340. Sidney, 

/I OOD CURED TIMOTHY ANtT MIXED 

vJf hay w D • • ^ i . ■ g 



47 

A^ 



ROOM A.M> IIOAKU 



IJAHIE lA llo.MP., NEAR THE 
park and ten inii,iite» from town; 
brilht. modern 940 Fairr.eld Kd E 3831, 



ARB YOU LOOKING FOR COMPORT- 
able hornet T14 Linden, near BackJaad. 



AT 
Select room and board 



nSWtXJD LOOOB. BOB OOOK - 
B4484. 



AT aXAFRONT. I3S3 DALLAS ROAD. 
attracUre, homelik*. O 4474 

A"t 3S4'8 DbU0LASr-HdMB COMFORTS, 
Reasonable, Walkint distance G 7783 

C~~^HERRY BANK. PRIVATB (UjTEL 
y Rstes 12 00 dally. 113 50 weekly, 135 00 

monthly ar 1 nr includln* all meals Five 
minutes imin . enire of city Jeraey milk 
and fsrni (rmiuce from proprietor's own 
fsrm Kia Quadra St O 0I4S 

C40MFOIITABIE ROOM AND BOARD. 
J r .K.k at, near Rockland 

C1RAIOMYLE - FAY^O' GUESTa. 
<> Bi oatyate IMT Crai tdarroc h. 0 1481 

rWMFORTABLB ROOM AND BOARD 
Vy for one or two aentJ e msa. HI Ontaria 



HOMB-LtXR KXOLOSIYa. MODXRN 
Low rates 



J^AOT. LIVTNO 



Gar see. 4M Moos Street 

SIT. 
Bos 



ALOHR. 

woMld like one or two eaosie 

ST41. Colonist 



N ICE. LARGE BBDROOM. TWIN BEOS, 
hv rt.ii week or nionlh, breakfast 
an-1 d,iirrr > 'ir.lj 

/\AK BAY. SELECT PART. NEAR BUB 

^ * and ear. Widow, no children, would 
receive paytnt tu*«ts Box SIBl. Colonist 



gUPBRtOR 



ladles. 



HOBIX. TWO BOSIMB88 

larae room, 115 month E 4b'>7 



■rpHX OAKES 



Lot aa 



1311 



ad peur next 
aa Inveetmenl 



TRB OOtOMlBT 



oisat 




1 (\ (ITMl ^OOMM. I CBMTS TO 4M - 
l\f.\f\J\J Book Nook. TM Vatt. B8HL 



TRB RtRTON A U y BRIISIR O 
I* Haw Beta 

ibe Baa* 

laOltKS- MULTKHUfS 



931 



. <fJL 



1148 ROCKLAND AVE 
Ratea 130 AO. 135 00 monthly E 0443 

■f|4HE GROVE. 988 BANK. E 5853 WITH 
1 nr wllhnui meals Oak Bat ear 

U -ANTED ELDFRIV LADY OR OEN- 
tleman to ahar* expense* and oom- 
fortt of a taoB h smst _ 
Phon* P9777 Addreia tfr* 

Cloverda:-- • 



It R()«>M I • • til.NT 

, ^ %^^^^e^^e^^ 
Saa riasi>.nir> 

ABOME. CENTRALLY IjOCM-TU. RE A- 
senable monthly, transient vales, fe 
at4dr water YALE ROOM8. 711 Johaaon 

FtntNISKBD BOOM, 

^ heard: aaar oar aad 

feeaah. Aoptr MS Tmao Read 

t H . : F . IxicOLJta 
OFPERLNU LAIHEMXLT LOW RATES 



/ ^OMPORTABLB 

wttt ar wtiheat beard: 



\PARTMXNT TO SUBLn COMFLBTB- 
ly furnished. Livinx-room, fireplaeos 
bedroom, kitchen, bath. All outaide reoasai 
tardea. Marrlra Aparlmeota, 1181 Fort. 
Bmpire 4141, 

AFURNiSRXD OROtmb FLOOR APART^ 
ment. kitchen, bedroom, bathroom, 
llv ing - room. open fireplace, overstuffed 
furniture near beach and park »I5 00 
llshi ho.l 0 5057 150 Oovernmept St 

\PARTMENT NORmIiNDIE — NICELY 
luralahod^slaala. ana aaakte eiMlea, 
also traaad flaer a-toam BaftrnlBBBd. 

E 63S4. 



1-ROOM auiTR. OUADRA AFART> 
Ltd . IOMT Bread Street 



mant*. with s*s ranee, hl||lt-lB b«Bb 
ateam heat. far. 135 Emplpa lUip OE, 



APABTMXNT8. FURNISHED, TWO AND 
three rotfma. from 114 oo month: close 
to HIsh School. Inquire 1251 Pandora 
Avenu*. X 3S4S. 

GABLES 

APARTMXirr NOW AVAll.ABI E PUR- 
nlshed or unfurnl*hed, Frigldalr*. 

Linden a I Fort 



A 

ments. or Phon* O 73. 

V'lTTtACTIVX PART '0P~ FOUL BAY 
Four-room flat, rarace 



MODERN 4-ROOM APARTMBRT.- 
well decorated. Asplp 

Til. 



mas or evenlncs, E 90S0 



ATTRACTIVE PROPOSITION 
nished or natumlahad. 34i 



Phon* morn- 
FUR- 



Ave 



4 N ATTRACTIYBLT RMROVATRD 8- 
.4 1 roomed, unfuraiahed ealtot RBlrfMdl 

133 50 B 3B04. 

A 



PORNI B HB D AFARTMXNT. 1 BD> 
rooBM. unae>roomi iiSM moal^ 
Apply^MI Paaaara Aronue. E 3S4S. 

AT THE TRrBARTH/C ^1048 VIEW^ 
Fully modern aultea Rest lalue In 
city, 115 00 UP Fireiiroof building E 9724 

ALVIN APTS SMALL MODERN, 

healed apartments every convenience 
100* Johnson 

ALL8A, 520 COOK ^-~ATTRAOTIVR 
well-kept modem aaltos. 



rates Nice ni 



i^hbOThood. 



B888I 



^T^MOtWI 
E 4B11 

A irioiY" FviirinnD flat " 

■(\ Jamee Bay. Fartica 
luiet and apotleesty clean. 

Vt'bSB I>ONilDm~iTRBBT. BRIOHT 
araand floor apartaieni o 77B3 

A SMALL FUr'nISHKD FLAT. GLAO^ 
atone Avenue, Ptum* O tlS5 

AROYLK COtTRT, 434 UNDXN— Wilil 
heated. Vacant May LJl B tBB. O 1881. 

HUSINEaS " ' ' -- - - 

also unfN 



O I4SS, 

BCAtmPtn. LAROB. SOinnrAFAMT> 
RwaL faeiat Sudaoana f 
}. APBlP 1888 ward. 



WOMATS. 

laraar Sat, 848 1 



Park (natfe* 



BROADWAY COURT. 443 SUPERIOR, 
romin* varai.t Sunny front >uit^ 
partly furnished Well heated E 102] 



LAROB. SUMMY BRD-SimMO-R' .< nM 
arirale bath f eeai, fl r eplao i ; aait bu i / 40m; 
ness man or tirl: Ideal altoeUoo 1035 Bel- ^ le 
moat Avenue O 1070 

■ rpiix oRovit." eea B ANK~B^s8i~wrni 

1 or without meals Oak Bay car. 

yfONKU-B PAaa.T Earn. 

Rale* (1 aaa 0* 
HOTBL CBOIL 
niaasliara at daaasaa 



HEU. APARTMENTS 1017 cr>OK ST — 
Three-room heated s iite r» ite3 

/ 4HARMINO TRRBE S'>'iM UNFUR- 
* ' nished ntte at r>ek Bar moderns 
lovely outlook. beautiful aurrntiridlncs. 
Very lew reak Apply Muitday s Shoe Blera. 

' /nt - - — 



raUBR NBW MAMAOl 
Hot*!. SS4 Tatea 
It' 




PRAR- 




lOMFT. 
tra) 'fBj_ 

CqORAL ootrpT, ivrpY compomt: 
' rioae In; rea view U4 BImcoe E t7IT. 



APARTMFNT SO 

le lovely diB(ri''t. OS 
St r 04*0 nr O 5558. 




I.'<URin8RBD ROOR-I 
r piece b 

aare**; 130 

AvetiiK. Jsinei 

HAMPTON 
aaai 



FbaTt 



Bay 

roTii'T 



rurr p.NiBirXD 



■ I ' l« . 



TllH DAILY ror^ONIST. VICTORTA H C. SI 



29, 193 4 



Mart for Busy Readers— Property 



B fLATS JLNO AP^ 
, -TO BKNT 

<O0BtiaiM4) 



vuoijujr Arm hwuh. ulahh 

urnuhed, 13 M up CIom In O OUt 
KB OAK8— rULXT UOUKKN APAK I 

Ib/M IQOM. A^ptv en »(«mt*» 
Mon< 



1 I"/ 

L 



LAOT WOtnUD MKT PAST OT 
UM CMVWtlMlt 



MARINB 
illthrtl 



ARINB CHAIItT. OAK BAY I^JR 

hr»t. f lei Iric rrf rl«r' »tloii nmr l>f»i h 
rmr llnv. lolf links Apply I he Uoyal [ riitl 
Compkity. 1202 (iuvrrniiirnt Ht 



BOUSES TO EENT 

(CoutlnuMll 
$*» MANCUBSTSR ROAD. »-ROOM BUN 

(Al«», •••)] ooBMllUoa. TMAnt tiaoo 
U« OUVC T B Bgr . « roani. toad 

rondttlon. furnkM: vMMlt 2i iO 

J28 OORUK ROAIi. t-roeai iiucco 
buntalow. uii waUrfroot; hard- 
ly uud floors, Plc 30 00 
iM3 EBTKVAN AVE. & rootn aluct o 

btuwalsw: (krMt, turnaca, sic. M M 
Mi aOWOB AVi.. fuUy aMtara 
•tnee* wl-fcawlow. la iMtf- 
Irnt condlUMi: OU-*-lUU« hMt 
111! and evMT HAtlB MBVCni 

nice 40 00 

A 1-arie Heleriion of Ottier HouMl 
J'EMBEHfON &. BON, 1 ID 



E 4WS 



MOKMUl FIVE ROOM SUITE. ALM(J8I 
•MMPlttoly furiilthed. In ^eirrt lo 
a^tV; very niodern low lenl Apply 
ICWday ■ Hhix- Htnrr- IVOII DouaU.i .M 

NIAOARA APARTMENT H < R'K)M;>. r 
fe«toMML bMtotf. I3i F:41SI 



6Jb fi,rl Blieet 



Photic ( i lli 



/ VAK BAY TWO ATTHAniVK H(ii)l«I8 
" ' iie»!v dert,riil fit Li.d ' 1 1 1 it ; st ril 



E 7HU0 



OK TWO- ROOM BUiXK. IIULhK 

Broad 

AUttT FOTUIMMD-l"' ^ 
BBthMoai. MM 
OMtT. IM O— fc. 

T>ooKiJiND Avmnr*— BPAoroim rtvi'- 

Iv riK>ii! u r 1 1. r i: ; >■'! ■ I ' ■ !, fliiplrx. ron- 
I a iiiliM 1; k .li* I * ■ * .< liifl utrl, C!lll 

llu-rooni. kItrlieiirH'' ulth >.«^ lanar t»o 
kadrooms, bathroom, autiunatic uil lint 
OarMa Phone O ft4«3 

vJuBLZT A p ARiioinr'mi'iuMvraB 

from town; !«• 
30 Ftavojr MAjutOM. 



AMlyMtc 



•UIXUBIOUS 

p aiMtiiaBli 

PboM Ocrtai •111. 



V^tAOHOFT- 
1^ BpAftaMBt; All' 



MAix APAnniarr. 



mumHBD: 
PhOB* ■ 



SOOrr APTlL-OOiCVOBTABIil ROOIIT 
MNm. »— MOBMt MtM. >M11. 



■BTfRLBY HOnL APAKTiaim 

nt TatM mtmU Off DotMtiM 
"ItaBt Dear to IrtrytlilflB In Tbwb" 
rpOOIUBTS— A walcoma avaiti you at 

-I thl« homeT hotel Ideal hoinekeeplria 
roomi, badrooma and suiies at rrjiaonable 
rates by day. wa«k or month. Frea (•>, 
iKht. phona, tlevator. Laraa comfy lounge 
Phnne E 5*14 J. A. Orlfflth. Prop 

'I - . >RUAii6H7TotffAIRrixLD~kD~- 
i- Two badrooaw, UTlu-rooa. rtfrtaarator. 
BBiBBt, 160. Apply thara. ar JBaltor. Baaa- 
MrouBh ApU.. MM MoOlura Straat. 



»33 HEKCWAHU KO.. « ROOMS. BATH 
RWl tl«.M 

372 Superior St . • raoma. kath 10 M 

JOO* Doualai Bt i rootna. laraae IS M 
nj9 Srroml Hi . 4 riwiiu. clean 15 00 

iri22 Blana^iard Ht 7 rounit 15 00 

17311 ( ari^k Ht , !S ruoin^, fiiiiia.r. 

far««r 11 (|j 

3127 BaUour St., » rooma, Xurnaca If no 

^*9¥'M! M.* ^ WWII. fBHMaa... loou 
MS OVMri. Oama hi and taafe Orrr 

Oiir U«t» 
UjN VUeKlRAVlC. I IIJ 
•30 Biouahtuii atrael 

120 OO— LAMP80N BIRKr-r , 4 ROOMa 
118 00 ORAM AM .ITREKT. B rooint 
Jl-iOO MAY STREn 6 room*. 

»io no j<jhns<jn s-ireet. • roomi 
121) uo pANDoiiA Avurus, 7 raoou 
i2u (K) utNOFoRO IJUK^ 4 nmrnti 

water and taraa*. 
115 00 BUHNSIDE ROAD. 5 room bunta 
low. food fruli tardeii 

INDKPENOCNT UfSURANCC AtiINt IE.1. 



To Out-of-Town 
Subscribers 



Ont-of<towa mh ut rfbut who 
wiah to tatwcr sdvcrtUcment* 

in which only the telephone 

iimiibcr of the advertiser is given 
may M'.iil tlifir replies to The 
Colonist, and The Colonist will 
commuoicate tucb replies to the 



AUTOMOBlJUKtt 



SO M 

MT A IMBD GAH PltOM OS AMD 

SAVE THE DltTXHtUCK 



WATCH THIS SPAOX FOR SPECIAt 
SMAPB 

DLIRANT .SU Bedan. model «') 

like new. ML-^lde and out 

A rare bnap 
UIJ>8M0B1LK Sadan. late \»2\t 

model, vary nlca ahapc 
ORAHAM da lAiaa Sadan, 

four-speed Ira n^inlaatoo 

PAKJE Sedan dr l.uxa. 

lovel) rondition 

MASl ER3 MrjTOR Cu , LTD. 

Saa Uia Maw UitpBMMla 
SOS Tataa M. 



11341 



rORIl 70WN 
SEliAN 
l"UltlJ SfOKI 
COUPE 
*} FORD DK LUXlt 

rvDom 

romn tuttmua 

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n KXCUANOKr-MMAL UTATB 



I^WNER HAS CLXAK IIIIJ: lO » ACRE 
^" properly on Happy VaUty Road. 11 

raiiaa out. coouinuia flva raai fcanaaiBB 
city waur. lltht and phaoa. BBia. SBUBj 
and chicken houaa. ValMa Mllli wH 
irada (or house and lot la ttSir ' 
•I Victoria. oX Ilka mUim. 



momh ool« mo. 

•1» Yates 

ti 8177 



Bank af Taraats 



waterSriir : 
Oak buy 
R 8225 



MM DiHilli Ki 

Buii nrRS WE orrER ci ear 

r 5<-m: ljiji]s«l(>« . ;ear t.Ile 

lut. for 4 or S-rooul buoaaluw 
cicirrrad. PaHanaa aaait>. 



IS HOUSESrOB BALK 



MUIISON 8 EAT 



BAittiAlN 

* eii roonm. Miuatad In an old-«urlil 

■ arden ttrauiitui alMda aaS arsaaientBi 

tireji, (rim iirr.i. lavoljr A»«par iatdei. 

Jusi itte place tor a ratlrad man. Crow 

eveiythlns needed tor Um hanaa. Low 

taira Bitusted quiu cleat la and naar 

bus service A real kW Bt, 
on lerma , 



rROPEETY FOB KALE 

UPLANDS UXT ■AWiAIW^lT^AqilB. 
hiah iacatiaa. vtMi view. prattUy 



^ hlah lacatlaa. vtMl 

Phone K nrr 



> If 

and 



4t1*>iUWl ^ABH FOR UBZO OARS. 

9 1 victoria Airta 



Cormoraat C MM. 



m 



CO. UD. 




....|«N 
ttM 

INl DOIXIE SEDAN :«S5 

Plymoulli. Uod«e. Ua SdIo, t hr>.'>ier 
8S5 Tales St Phona U1144 



674 Yatai Street Phone O U5 1 

Mt ST JOHN antBTT, • ROOMS. MoK 



A 



UTO 



era 

47« LAMP80N ST , 
erounda 

7aO VANCOUVER HT 
eallent chape 

P. R. BROWN 4( SONS. LTD. 



PARTS 



7 rooms; lart« 

7 rooms, ex- 



122 :>u marUia reverse tear. tU. 



23 50 
35 00 



AREAOTtVE MOOmi 

WODKRN APARTMBim 

I f-v .y-iAULE RENTALS 

UAISTXRMAM, FOMUM * OO. 



rno BUB-LST — AT TBI BUROBTT 
A fttratiiied apartmaBt; attraetivt loca- 
tlea Star Oatbedral. All medera eenvcnl- 
PrlBldalre. 0 7444. after • p.m. 



'IMtRKE ROf)MEn UNFUI 



Rent ) ! I 00 K mplie 3130 
HA VI )Y 



X your 
comfori 



MANSIONS WnA Bl 
r '.Mil desire quiet and 



rrUIB WUOLWORTU POR BUSINESB 

J. people, lladerato taatala. BTOM. 



UKPURNISHEn APARTMENT, AT 10J4 
Soutliaale. bunaaliiw type 4 rooms, 
Itiodern hni!' Mi furi.Miire newly decn- 



VV^u'i 



EH I- HUM CO ITAOKB AND PUR- 

alahed aultaa at the OarBe. lU.M per 
ith mp> VlatorlB Taurlat Oaaq). Ottl* 



i* ROOMB, BASEMENT. OARAOE, 1322 
" Oladstune, 120 i-room. CoUin.ion 31 . 
117 S room suite. clai.e In. M'i>ar»ir base- 
ment, furnace. $20. 6 rcwms. ■n.e floor. 
Ontario St , tit. • rooma. Harriett Road, 
larte aardea lot. III. • raoau wttliin 
wafklna dla toaaa. tlf. W. i, OffiUBad * 

Co . i m Bwsd Bt ami . 

1 4)41 UHDBIf, • BOOMS (OARAOI). t30: 
.1 ^yf iftoe Pemwood Road. S rooms 
'gsrasf . t;;: jC. 1512 Brooke t.earaaa<. lit 
1704 81. Ann. 4 rooms, 118; 15 Lotus Street. 
7 rooma, IM: 63 BirWaa Lena, 6 raeB_ 
145; 671 UeClure. • raoiu. I>1. H. O. Dalby 
4k Ce . Ltd.. m VI— Bt. (epp. Bpeaeer ii 



AKD ArCE8.SORrKS. I 
! '■e'l f n a!I nuiitrA sj.d 
:.srKc raias"!' 
Sumner bronze 



fee 



VfiTV.l 

•li-;l,.- 



■7 

I-, Ui 



WANTED 

ENl iM.MII 



!iAI-< 1' )N 



AUBORN SKDAM. A 1910 t-PASSXMOER. 
In splendid rendition. Good tires, 
tood finish and Al merhanlcally Surely 
a bATBAla la every sense of #i| Qg 

MM «W« VsOU 

OTHERS 

H A DAVIE. l.lMIIKli 

Bulck and Oldamototla Oars U.M.C. Trucks 
FMt BlaaM at Oaadra 
ntaBB OarrtMiMM 



MBOBUr. $4M AMD OP. 



ntABOW BATTBBT BBtTTOB 

1412 QMSdra St F • p,r« 



rant, tooinria. 
M BaplraSlTL 



OOTTAOB POR 
M KBpaar Are. 



\ SIX-ROOM 

» sp|.-i'd:d lard 
Phone K 0171 



81 UJTIi 



A 
A 



#^ ft IIONTH UWPmmiBHBD I BIOK 
91*9 brlrht rooms wllti lino on fIr>or 



BP" 



HOUSES TO EENT 



IrUVB BOOMS. HBATBDt 
ranee, hot and cold arater. 



B<a64. 



BLBCTRIC 
Oarait 



FtmNISHBD. 7 ROOMS. PTRNACB. OAS. 
tubs, carafe wafrr '''.ii 



PVBNMBKP 



T>Y OOLV LniXS ABD 8BA. LOVBLT 

view from every room Well-furnlshed. 
modern home, well Arranged tor enter- 
talnlnc. I>arfe drawlni-room. flne library; 
three double and twa alnsle bedrooms: 
two baths, three talleU. OU-«-MBtlc hot 
water. Availsbla now and woald lease 
iw Baa year. 

PBMBBRTON * SON. LTD. 
SM Port Bt. Pbona OHM 



HOLLYWOOD 
cottaBC. SI 



ROOM 

WBtarfraot. fully fur- 
nished tM.OO 

WOOD AVB. i raasi atueeo 
buntalow. earaca In kitaement. 

tood lardan 45 00 

EVAN AVB . near Willows Beach 
—4- ream atueeo bunBtJow. tuUy 
and eaaifartaMp fumlthM. 
AvallBbla for rant for Buauaar 

mentha 45 00 

OBWDIfBY AVE. adJolnlne Uplands 
I-room modern bungalow, fully 
f'lrnuhed fDOd gard.'ii 80.00 
SYLVAN LANE Fully modern yx- 
room house, wall and attrae- 
Uvalr fBralahad: hardwaoB Boara 
Bad avarr stodara asBvaaloaaa.. n.M 
A NUBk* ti OUMt StaBllBr lto«Ma 
W M BH T O W * aoir. tm 

o lit* 



PIVB-ROOM 

lovely sea atoW 
six montha 



OAK BATi 
(BfMabMll 



MO^ VraOOO. PBtrflald! fur* 
BBea BM tarate - 



IM.M 



. fully fumlthad: 

six months 40 oc 

FOUR-ROOM HTUCC-O Oak Rav fur- 

nara and taraae. fully furnished.. 40 00 
THREE ROOMB aad ttaatla. aUMao 
duplex, fully fttfinafti; M» Bad 
^Auf^t ...... 46.00 



CI.tAN HEDECORATED (.'OTIAOE. 
< lo^e In. 1030 Colllnson St.. O 2083 

KIX ROOM BUNOAI<Ow7 MORTH 
W'lac.'ra, I minutea from city. Ba473 

/ «HAl(.VlINO BUNOALoWTlTUATBD ON 
^ the most beautiful laeaUOB Oak Bay 
waterfront Phona B IM4. 

L-'IOHT ROOMS. Ft'lTv MOdSn' 
■^-^ Smith's Hill lork tarde'. maanlflrent 
view; lo»er flooi roniplete bunsaluw 
fsraca If dr^ i <■ 1 .:7 5o E S87i) , 

t^rVK RO<JM«. 3i»I QUADRA. FUR- 

^ ^naee: IIO OO Seven rooms, furnace 
and earaBe: 13a Oacar: 136.00. Seml- 
bunaalow. 1*16 Aah St.i very eheap rent. 
13100. Phone O W41. L. M. niMTIli 

M Co^Ltd . 110 Onion Bldt 

I^^OR RENT 124 SUfEHloll .SI 5 Uocj.M 
house. SI3 per month Box S7J8, Col- 
onLM 

1^-^lVE-ROOM COTTAOB. BEAPRONt! 
one minute from Beaulmalt Bolf 

Colonist 



course; modern. tS6. Box 



FX»t RBNT-A BMAU. HOOBB IN VtC 
lorlB Weal dlatrlat. I«at off Oemlalon 
R oad; HO.BB pay aaalB. Phana 0 6«66 

T.-^tYB-MOOM EOUaS, JAMBB BAyT 
1' Phone B4MT. 



B 



ILL BRIDOEWOOD, hxiH.MhKLT OB 



T36 Otscevery St. Expert repairs on Math 

and Chevrolet. B R233 

L1ASH FOR YOUR U8KD CAR— PHONE 
^ BMI6. Wa «UI aaM Bad appralae, 
aa abBive. Don't let your ear dwraalau 

la (iM BBrase. fl'M lu M.. 

■OYAi. •■■n<\ : r < .\nAOM 
1001 BlanUiard Bt. 



bboak. two 

Mrl.auihliii roartsl'-' 
Multnomah trx.an like new 3U X :< 
Ures, 13 X 4 J« i < . pnn.i ai -1 k-ps ^ 
Central Aui" A ,.t, c '•■ .^.it i .st 1 



^<<MBY. SBDAW. 

M 

Ul 
C< 

i ^' 

VV elate thapk, t375. Box nSa. Colonist 

T^^OR BALE 1215. l>3a CHEVROIJCT 
r four-door nedan. In perfect order, wllh 



SLOBED I AH y\>H t A.SII Ul > 
Apply H'X 8T.H <v.i..ni.Ni 



.Vi 

o 

LADY TEACHER WANTS LIOHT. CHEAP 
car Win trade new electric Sinter 
sewing mschlne Apply Box 8730. Colonist. 

WANTBD POK 0ABH~U8B> CARS. 
LATB MOOBUk 

TBOKAS naoMt, um. 

MM tBiM ■treat VMsBls. &a 

Pbona OBrdeaTin 



i\MLi, txcHANoa MT aonmr la 

' V modern duplex, ttaadtly rented, near 

K!t.illano Bearh. Vanrouver for small real I 
dencr neai VuVotla mine about IJOOo 
Apply iiwner. 7761 Osiri .41 Venciiuver 1 



$250 



BUTB 



ttxes 



$2500 

OaS *sSe?' ftStlA 



rw KilYAl 1-W(> iJMClil! u .s ; Ell 
out ipls five roomed house sarden 

B SaaaB. OMM. 



IIAIUiAlN.S IN NwHIlt BAAMIOH 
WAIKHFRONI AND INSIDB PWOP BR T IBi 
Information Freely Olvea 



witto 



7S 



BOUSES rOM. &AUt 



■SA vnw. man. am> pbivaot 

^^MO a moet 



dioae kaaaalow aC tiB 

BtrBeTTvlth two flraplaeea: nttiitiii n 1 

n aaa m iat. fumsee and BnraBa. looking 

out over a half-acre garden laararta the 
Strait and .snow clad Olympics. The hiruit 
Is cunveiuent lo car and scboiil. WtttOU 
city convtnlancea. IncludlBB SM. Juat 
aeroat the toad la B Bae aaady heach. The 
tardea contalna many sreil-establlsMd 

fruit, ahade and oir.snental 'reef, also 
small fruit, flo»ii ;.. l ubs *od p.r.-n- 
niBla. and a tmall rockery willi bird rools 
Prleo ttJOO, aa eaay leroM. 

Make aa appalatiaoBt ta tee it 

ROYAL TRUST COMPANY 
Real BlUte Dtpt. 

Slut 



fan 



\\7iLL PAY CASH POR LATB 
vV llfht fsr. roups or sedan. 

Chevrolet prelrrreU Box H«8ij 



Ford or 



VV 



ILL PAY CASH FOR LATE MODEL 
cotipe or roadsur. Box tBM, Colonlat. 



Airm>— UM OB 1M1 CHBV. SB- 



w 



What affertr 0 4087. 

H ^ r i: A' "! < >u nil ■sr 



•16.500 

realdcnoe. Solid granite 
foundation. 3 matalve tranlte fire 



^fl-ENUIU 

places, oak floors plate and bevelled glass 



aac 



^^.ndol^^ eis.'it i Muol hoi watri l,piitli 
fine sfoiiridn .. rr 2 arret, of iaiid. I«inll> 
orchard, good baru. Uulla doaa lo. Taxes •« 

$8500 



Beach Drive 

barssln ( ) 38S0 



OAjl^BAT 

rLDINO 
Balaet district. 



^PLBNDXD BUIU>INO 



M -Ml 
Ucuuliic 



MIL ntfBlBA 

at 



far 



I I I. ' N .' U Y 111 )M ! 

\'Ik.At) ul ieu ami Olympics U.x milei. 
out Substantial realdance of • roooit. 
baseii.rni. furnace. Three acres of land, 
all under cultivation, cherry orchard, larac 
Bad attractive flower garden, Aft.KtA 
all elt^ ronvenlences Price ^'^t^tJUf 

Y waterfront lot One of 
la left. True 
redured to. eiMh 



AC'KEAGE rOR SALE 



^OR ! " • \' A H A 1 
* ' t:.e te» loll 



/ SOMFORTABLK SMALL HOME WIIH 
' ' l'> aeret BOOd land, close sea: 13.760. 
Sparling. Estate Agent. Sidney. Tel 1 



"rpXTrN.SlVE .VKA FRONTAOE 
•s.i inn«l 0! V a;. .Oliver I.%l«nd 



f u I a u b d u 



Box 1^8. Couttr: 



t A.S 1 
J 1 n tj ; r 
- \ 1 



POR SALB OR BBBTAL TBRMB 

ATTRACTIVB 8-IIOOM SSMI-BtntOA- 
I.OW. all In good rondltinn base- 
BMBt. furnace. open flreplare Double 
fSTBS* With eoncrata floor, chicken bouse. 
MB. Lsita lot. Baa H Bt 

vm OAKMOK Bimavr 

Aap rcaaanabia offer contlderad. Or will 
M B* on monthly baaU at HI BMOth. 
•WniBBTOM * KDBOIUTB, UMtnO 



91 BOATS AND LA UWCMS 

OAT LOMBBR. OBDAII. BPRDOB AND 
oak atock: low prtcea. 



11.36 par pair, shaped 



Spruce oara. 
DALZIBL. O im. 



1,-SOR BALE — 14-POOT CUNKBR-BtTXLT 
r rowboat, new Apply 4B6 Walter 
Avenue. Oorte. 



,"SOR 

fl 

P- ?~T1 



oata. iBWira m 



• FT. BY M FT. 



11 



Apply A 



llrenre and five new tires 
Barker Amelia Ave , SIdnev 

I.suRD 8KDAN. 1837. IN OOOD RUN- 

X alas BTdar sad sood ■siiatiBia. uu 
BavBBBBh ATOaao. 



aAim, MAVAL ABOHrraoT. ob- 

sifna ^WMgtirM JjM^ jU^^IB|gjB »wg 



niid itallinB 

llurdett. 



NEW 11 Fy>()r RotIND-: 
boat. Phone U 3558 



Uunrh on r>ew 



>'.v U' ■ s : OR 

•1 



PKMIDOVA BAY— <-ROOM OOTTAOB ON 
v> rood let near the water I3t0. j. N. 
Holland. 308 Pemberton Block 

l^'SOR SALE— TWO .MoDERN BUNOA- 
' lows of five rooms esrh one rented 
12000. Three s: eel,:,. juMS. m tvU 
crop. 1<, acres food land, in full crop; 
apple uaet. eherry trees, all kinds of 
bulbs. Price tlO.SOB. er beat cash offer 
OOOd plMa for tktU man. Apply owner. 

3fn WaBaaaad BaSd. earner of Kings 



THE B C LAND * INVBBTMBMT 
AOBNOT, vm. 



•a Oovai 



It Btrnt 



04115 



CLOBB TO OCBOB ROAO AND 

TILLICUM - A fully furnlahcd 
cottate, contaiiii.'ia &.aina-room. 
kitchen with sepsrate pantry. 2 
bedrooms and 1-plece bathroom 
Oood garden lot. all plan:«d In 
vaaetables. flowers, fruit, etc 
Oarase and chicken house. Close 
to ear line. bus. achools and 
churches. Positively a Cift at 
prtca now offered. Terni.? 

/WWBAANICH (3S-mlle circle)— 
1pa<XW New stucco buntalow of 6 
rooms, open fireplace. S-pleee 
bathroom Low tBBaa. Tirms 
1500 cash. balBBM MMMBT » 
irv Intercat. 



U AIEHKRONT 20 ACRM. DEEP HAY, 
nriith of Qualicum; all food land, no 
loc-k A tood llvlnt can be made on thla. 
' " ' < t M7t. Oe Bax Wtl. OoloBatt. 

I ( ki 1 ACRBB. 10 MILA PROM OTTT. ON 
1 I M f main road Some luri..- 
poles Two shacks, so" ! i .1 • 

lent propi«ltlon for 11, m v» ., . 
on the land B,,< K '.d 1 , 

'T ACRES AND FIVE-HOOM 
' flnlshad hoatB. f( 
acre cleared. 
8774. Cokmlat. 



«nd redar 

Exrel- 

..K ' ..I 

i'AR 1 I-V 
oat One 
Box 



9. M. 



M worn, vm, 



im 



ICS BAT — PITI-BOOM 



modern bunaalow. Oaaa fire- 
at baas 



AN KNULI8H HOME 
I IKE NEW, Includlna bUads and electric 
flttlBBa. Nlae Mshl rooma. with 
ample wall apaea: lMl>WBler heatinc. 
taBadry-taam and ostra %AfU\f\ 
PtaMldas. Price vxUUv 

(Or near offer 1 
QUADRA .s i'.hi ' : \AN1CH 

ATTRACTIVE PROl'KK 1 V five rr.,,,„. 
aad attic. Beautiful irrM.i. << .Si e, .1. 
for selling at ties U.w 



*lL'ti() 

plart In lIvlDi-room; part cement baaemetit 
; and furnace. The whole In food condition 
»' 'Ills bargain price, on very easy terms 
Sjj- 1 -WALKINfi DISTANCE Four 

»ir 1 • H . I room i , ivmiinlow, in 

splT ' ,1 condition. Cr.i.rm tjasemeiii. fur 
ns >! garaae. Situated on tood atraet. 

WALK BTOirr IN— Aa a coliit 



$1(HM) concern- 



^2750 



PllM 

JOSKPH C BHIIKLMAN 
804 Brougliton 81 Established 1858 

Albert Burdon. Real Estate l>ei,i 



■30 CHEV. COACH, 
first class condlUon. Uoeneo. What 
offers? Phone E 8387. 



SOR 



SALB-DOOOB BTAMDAaO 



•L* aedBB: prleo roBaaaaMe. Phaaa AIMeii 
40r. after • p.m. 



EW 6-ROOM BTlirro HI NClAIxiW 



MODERN nVB^BOOM HOUSE; MOD- 
^ertte rent. Apply 1748 Kings O 5584 

X'E\ 

f 

SEVEN -ROOMED MODERN HOUSE. 416 
Parry Bt. Apply MB Uataa 
Phone O MI3. 



V1IX-ROOMEO MODBBN XOOBBL Hi 
Toronto St. Apply MS Ualoa BBto. 
or phone OMM. 



I^MAIX BTOOOO BUNOALOW, IK.M. 
o asot. 



t^EVEN-ROOM MOtm III.M. 



•35 Johnson St. 



APPLY 



rpO REfTT— 4-ROOM BUNOALOW. FULLY 
i- modern, bullt-ln cupboardg. polished 
floors, 3-pleee bathroom, front and back 
porch, slecplnc porch, room In haaamcnt 
for car. chicken houaa, larte lot: apples, 
pears, berries, pardan alt la. Ml Barn- 
sida Road, iuat past MarisaM. lU par 
month. Phone BMM. 



mHRBB-ROOM HOD8B IN OAK BAT. 
i- OdMt. 



I W O iMi BalBMat Aee.; tidly 
fttmlihad; three bathrooms: three 

months 4S 00 

SEVEN ROOMS. I'plands lovely 
home, beautifully furnished, six 

months or lonter M.OO 

BIX ROOMS. Somass Drive: new 
ataaeo. fully modern: tea views 
SHBBter montha M.M 



0.>/J ARNOT STREET. OOROB— FOUR- 
•»«-'» room stucco buntalow; cement 
h«-ement. f'.irnarr rsrase; nice tsrden; 

rent t20 Phone E i*'>3 

-r -ROOMED BUNOALOW."^ Pbtn;.~BAY-^ 

Bvtry eoavealenoe. near eatt BakBSL 
beach. in.M. Owner. O 3873. 

•(•ilboMB) COTTAGE. HOT WATIDr! 
•> 3043 Meadow Place. Oak Bay. 110.00 
K 1017 



A. A. 



di ca 
Phone B11I7 



57 WANTKO 10 KKNI 
t7B 

j^Tt.TMrTir 



HODIBS 



I.NrUR.MSBED 



HUPMOBn.E DELIVERY 
motor, licence. 135 5M BpftBSfield. 

%fORE OOOU OFFERS— POBO OOOPB. 
i-'L with licence. 130 00. IMi Ford coupe. 
136.00. Essex Challanter coupe, with 
rumble teat. UM.M. LaU of ethert. 

MVTOAb AOTO 8ALB8 
136 Ya tes Bt . Phone O 88 43 

MODEL 'T' FORD PANEL DELTVBRyT 
good tires Phone Belmont 1 

VJNAP TWO-DOOR SEDAN. ~H»38. 

1^ licence, cheap for caaB. MP? BrldBO 

Street. 



ANTED -r- LEFT-HAND PROPEULXK 

am tm, c< 



VV abBM IT M. 

onlst. 



/ vl KFRS WANTED ON 3 OR 8 Ai Uf« 
1 oiwood Ccmifortable 1-room hmiv.- 
'11 I uise for 300. good garden lis: : 
phone. Low taxes. Box 8725, Col 



good land, lucludlnic 4 rows and ctilrkens. 
also flve-room modern bungalow, furnished, 
with bam and other bulldlnts. Situated 
on good road, only a short run from city 
A r^ai opportunity if you want a tood 
fit ' 

$.»(k-ik -STUCCO BUNOAI.OW. Oak 
^,f<t\l Bay. Five rooms i one to car 
and bearh This Is a new o; ..!'!!! home 
«n,J ^hall:d l e seen to appreciate the value 

E E nAiH 

f.r- Y«'f . Street Phone E 4041 



Y^ANT SMALL CABIN CRUIBE3t MI H 



lot 



be eronomiral 
Box P ' 



Trade for Oak liii.. 



K'-FT CLINKER HI 11.1 BOAT (ROB- 
' ertson built 1. two pairs oara (ene 
pair new), three sail spars and rudder 
(all new): Bvlnrude In tood aBBPft Ota 
raddar atUehed; t50 cash PbBBB BIMI. 



-to-wom cLiNKER-Boax bowsoat. 

-LU fl months old. at hall tho aSBt Ap- 



ply Box 871^. rolnrmt 



CAM TO OR 
ItMaal Aato Balaa. O 



TOO. 



FORD BFOBTS ROADSTER, 
with rumhto atat. la tood run- 
alas aaodltlatk Owaar iMvias tawa. Phone 
OMTI. 



1929 



hf'nil ROADHT 



DHTEP. 102B FORD 

■ u:^ I'l r. r, ith 

sedan fisnks I'sed (si. 1,03 Blan- 
ahatd St 



1 roRO TOURINO. MECHANIC 

LtfZiO BUy B.k. aad In B 
N teaaldB 



_ BUp B.k. 
tio.M oaHi. 
8 P.m. 



saad aondition. 
Rood, afur 



-|(ks>7 ERSK»B TOtm f NO — OOOD 
±0^t tlraa, Ucaaoe. first eUse abape 
Utfaasbaat. MM. BMM. 



1927 



CHRYSLER nri s-- < !H Li- 
cence, 1335. M,. .> . .rd Car 
BSrhanee 8]| Yates St in.one E 8043 

1<1>V ^^^'>K■0 TUDOR SEDAN, PRI- 

l.y— <^ vaiely owned. In Bood condition. 
Sox 8858. ColoaUt. 



1927 



UM W 



OOACB^ UOBNCB. 
dHor. HiB BaQ IMI. 



PARTY WANTS HOUSE 

' I' H -1 d p« V c rr s ' t r ^ :i ' 



ATTRACTIVB OAK BAY BUNGALOW. 7 
rooms, linen, 'liver. radlBk alaaltia 
stove, furnace, gaiage; real IM. BiBia 
Road Phone O 1817 



61 



SUMMKB BSSOBTi 



CLEAN. FURNISHED. 

lata 
IM, 



dtaM|^rBaiB aad klj 



TWO 



BED- 

it 



HlBh ' 
ATaaaa. 

BEAUTIFUL 7 ROOM IIOirSE, HIGH 
location; very fine furniture, cement 
basement, fiirnare tie to reliable party 

AUo 7 riK>m house on Asqulth St, tlO 
w T (iilliland A; Co. 1201 Broad St 
<» .741 

l^tlVE-ROOMEO. FURNISHED. niLY 

•S BMdern baasalowi Baraso; mc- 
Olvra BL Available for oeeupation May 
U. Apply IM t^alon Bids . or phone 
OMM. _ 

FURNISHED. EI K> mic ALLY 

45 I.lnden Ammiiic 



FOLLY 
equipped stueco bungalow 1 



eiooe «ater 
n 8150 



mmer 

Phone 



"LIODR-ROOMED WATERFRONT BUN- 

A^ BBtovs Btaa houaa with throe bed- 



1M7 Crescent Road. 

I^SOR RENT FIVE ROOM^ 
house 817 Kings Road 



piMBAF WATERFRONT LOT. LANOFORD 
' -' Lake: sandy beach a 885* 

J^SURNISHED COTTAor fi)IlDf)VA 
f Bay. 2 sood bedrooms, large lot. May 
«3n .lurie, I2S, August. 130 ; " ~" 

E «(i«n 

FOUR - ROOM 80MMBR OOTTAOB, 
furnished: Proapect Lakat for 
boat inehid ed. Bos TMd. Oolaalt t. 

A 'OOR "vacation WILL BE A DEUoTiT 
I St Orandvlew I.odge. on beautiful 
Mavne Island nulling, boellna. bathlna 

tennis, hikina among beautiful aeenery. 

prop 



$'{tU\ TAKES SUMUm OOTTAOB 

Hill Crossroad. 
SI A 



r^UBBBRIfflNI - 0000 FISRZNO AT 
f ^>Cemp Lake, loar mUea fram Baoka aa 

Jordsn BIV^ Rsai. 

fcr hire. 

M.ars 



M ■sM^ ssMw^nwa* gsi 



/ loN/AI F.S KILL. 5 ROOMS. 110; SEA 
* 1 croft Apartments. 4-room sulu, tSI; 
lOM MoOlara. • rBOBU. Ml: IIM Rlcbard- 
aon. t raoma. IM: ITM Btanlay. 6 rooms. 
IM. If. O DALBT * CO . Ltd . «4 View 
BIreel (app. Spencer's). 



/ VWKEBB 
' ' gardai 



daa. fhBVtMBit NMIl Rbb SIH, 

Colonist 

fiso RENT Ft-it'It f, M 1 I f, 
i roltage. waterfront Al^.i several other 
)m ises and buntalows. OeotBO 
110) Onuslas 



1 
>f 

la 

»h 



H E~ POOR-ROOM HOUSE. IN 

exreiient aoaMltloa; one hundred feet 

of waterrrentaSBt SB BBM Side of Bhawnl 

•5" *W» Owner, 

phone BMM. 



KSWr-BOMiaR OOTTAOB AT 

rordn,. n.Y. lar al t B ad. faar rooms, 
sleep;,., ,,,r'i. snd rtisadBi «alat loea- 



aiUl COLLINBON. IM 
rwnt nut. IMSO. OIMI, 



CO Ltd. 



1N« 

fc. M. 



BALMORAL ROAO-PTTB-ROOM 
* buasalaw. . furalabod or antur- 
Rlahed. B mpiro 



A*ROOM OOTTAOB-AFPLT OWHBR, 
^ MM Jahnaasi S treet. 

4^.ROOM SEMl-hntNIBMBTROtWB FOB 
«J rent en waterfront Phone B 4775 



MB I ' > >i % i . IIS i. 

lU WALKBR, 3 KooMd, 1 



BIkiJKi K>M. 
ItOOO 

wake. I rooma. 3 bedrooms . 1 1 so 

L 5 rooms. 1 bedrooms 17 IMl 
4 rooms. 3 bedrooms, 
••raea n jo 

' • ■ i'-df.>om» .... 1800 

"' h'droom ... 18 M 

S34 (oirti.r. g i.K^ms. 4 hfrtrnnme MM 



leit Pwndertast. 8 rooma. I kadi 

111 Unden. 6 rooma, I kedi 

Ittt 



33 to 
It 00 




M 



tX)R BALE - 10 X 13 DONKEY 1.1 
A koller Make fine ga< rig have cbBia 
drive eeulpment Box < olooltt. 



AUTOMOBiLfcS 



ptOTBRBD TRAHA. RmTABlA FOR 

Vy r ■! rr- •! ■ I o . ^ ; - . , 



sve. 

Nsnisma.s \si> »r.\DEl 



t UTO RADUTOR. BODY AND PBNDBR 
^> speeiaUau Warteaashla ibr*^--^ 
be aaeallad. 

_ BITROtm RROa. 

IMS RBBBBS B<'eel Rg 



SSA 



FOB BALS 



A 

»-«yllndar 



. 0» 0000 COM. 

.I'i'-?'- J.*", "•". ♦•roa. Ml. tIN Fi^ 



2 S -ton 



rorafa 

»S Hearh, 7 

t» r s«e 
sievan. 
IBTOBe 



rooms. 4 
8 rooms. 1 bedea 



40 PO 



fy»yw * OOMPABY 



Iruek oaBlae 
transmission. II7A, IH-taa 
national truck parte Oarfetd f-Ona 
chassis <new>. tsso Dual-tlred IosbS 
trailer, overload springs, tireg nearly 
new. I3M 

We hava apare parU for the followtna 
\mir n o<i«l ears In sleek 1834 SO B<nrki. 
I • Chevrolet. Ohrvsler Dodee. Essex. 

' E-^rri nudsnn. HupmebUe. 

"tlac. Reo. staBlbabBB. 
• ••rte aseoi l ait m af 
If I, k . ■ .... »i| ,1^, n,, 

larle. 

PAt^FlC Aliiu WRAteJUNO OC 



-IQOA OHRTMiBI SBiAR. In - 
lifoKJ eaadUMB. iaaladtaB <^-—ii 
1814 lieanea ), )U 

CHANDLER BEDAN. tt')')" 
thcg w ytUy^ ^ owhauled^^. 4^7^ 

^^^"^^S5S^^Pi$fr •ea»eoaoeeao««aafBa ^^^^^^ 

*^Mr?at5?Sg» 

Ponllar Sales snd Servl • 
1 (i'Kl OLDSMOBILE DE LDXE BEDAN. 

.J^.^*^* ilM-M ObavraUt coach. 
1378. IMI Studebakar sedan: lleenea: iiso 
Whippet coach, tood shape. 1160. 1838 
Chevrolet ooupe. 183. 1837 Morrls-Oowley 
touring. 1100. Pordsm >■,- rhesp 

IBIS Reo 1 ton. Six i.» ■ • . ii Red 
Seal Continental moto. t Chev- 
rolet truck. 1186. Used paits for cars 
and trucks tt reaaaaabla prieos. Wa pay 
*) far cars and ttveta. 
OLARKKB OARAogwi TMW Bt 



;5 BI SI.NLSS OPPOIlltNintii 

VftACRinUB WBLL-MTAmSlIBD, 
hlfh-rlsss apartment house good 



paylnir concern. 
Owner rrtlrlnt. 
Ta nat^lf deoirad. 



In exclualvt district 
Immediate possession. 
Na BSSBiB, Baa tni. 



AK BAY— OUTSTANDINO • HOME IN 
tpacloua srounds. with ar'-ess from 
throe ttreots. The property can be boutht 
In whole or part al very low price Box 
1711. Ooloatat. 



RECE?fTLY AND WBLL-BOILT PIVB- 
roomed houses electric ii«^t mre 
tardaa, (rait aad tsiaD fruit 
ahlekaa bautsi stoadlBB la «• 1 w< u k 
Issra. <[>ioOO 



Real Zstate aad la 



RT-CRATT 



AN! 

bran ereatlas twa daateiu, woui. 
loin forces with sny reputsble fm. or 
person sbls to influence orders «'de- 
iabra. travs, ismph curbs, firs s. ire, is 
Box 6555. Colonist 

/ iOUNTRY STORE AND POSTOFElCt 
' ' Large store, five llvlnt-rooins and 
bathroom above, all In flrit-rlaaa condi- 
tion Oarage, gas pump Main lilihwar 
close to lake: farming distrlrt. nine miles 
from Vi. lorU 16 500 E 2548 Box 8258. 
Colon., si 

d SADBORO BAY PAVILION. ON CAI^ 

V> koro Bay, fully equipped as going roi 
em. for sale. Would conalder property s- 
oart pAgMML Cbarlos F. BaslaB, 638 



SAANIOH-INO OABR. BAtAMOR BAST, 
well-bullt gU-raosB BSBI8 wltfe bate- 

$1500 

OAK BAY— Special barsaio : 1 1. ' 
BOBB Bf atx rooeu. Half « 
fniMs. mwara. ate. Lovely 



<ii>Vi u I 4-ROOM aONOALOW. OON- 
nPOl/T/ talnlns UvlnB-reea. kltehen and 
3 kedroona: fiin kassBMat: eloae in: 5 
mlnaUt from City Kan. Buy and save 
car fare. Termg 

^1 ^IfWV"*'^''^ collage of 4 rooiru. on 
4|PiU\/Vf », acre of land, with 25 well- 
assorted fruit trees in full besrlng. also 
smsll fruits, and chicken pen Baanlrh 
taxes. Clear title. Would sxchanta for 
larsor hoaao and totne cash. 

4ACRB8 of the finest black soil, sti under 
rulllvatlon; 4-room modern bungalow 
with open fireplace. 1-plece bathroom, city 
water and electric light, good basement 
One tarate and eutbulldlnts; only IW miles 
out from City Hall; lew taxes. Oood terms 
One of the best propoaltlens we have had 
for a Ions tlate. Ceaae aad aee M4>oni 1 
thla for only ^iMUv 



V> ACRBB. OOOD LANDl UJL CULTI- 
valed 3 miles out toSOtkOr With horse 
and Irnplemenis; total pHaB IIJN. Hels- 
terman, Forman it Co 



r ACRES, ON MAIN ROAD. NEAR VIC 
s' torla. Cheap. Low taxes. Box 8757, 



Your Business Problems 

SoMfof Ymibi 

Braefoot Estates 

l»o and one half miles from Vu loi la 
' M.:; A ,>,.j:riY iilr awn ■,« 1 'le 
man of viaion. In a seltliig unrival ed 

oa tha oaaMlneni for oUmate. fertuu 

ssM sad beautiful aurroundiasa. 
oity advaalasaa ~ Mtaaksask alaetric 
Hsht. man delivary. pitaB aad high 

schools. .oiiiinuaMp aaS aaS ptay 

11.; f»r,> oruitiv 

K;rr ii,!i. r « ,,1 a.s.-.istan,'e by en>e'l* 
.'i »!••• ,,( 0' u., .;i,' I r • tiun fsiJi. .Ill 
t • e ; : , .-r ; : 

Al I aiistiueiils made wilh L>avld Open 

lor 




ortsatah sad 

ovaarahlpi li 
A tmall raah payment with a manthly 
Instalment of not more than I13.0O, 
Includlna Interest, plaooa yaa oa your 
iioloo of Und. 



Cease la and let as shew >, u to 
property aad tlva yaa eomplaU details 



50S BTTNBVriB ST.. PANCOrTBB. B O. 

I ' ■'■ '■ ■ I ' . : Ilr K III < ., i,„ li, 

riMftlKKlN A SON IIMIMI) 

Vi,! i,« K,|,'rs,i,(dllt*,. 

a:;.^ torn ni . \ k iukia. h i <. 81:1 



M 



AOBBAOl WAMTBB 



fkltB AORB, BAABIOR. HIGH. CLEAR 
^ not over IIMi Bos MM. Colonist 



W« 'ANTED TO BBNT— OMB OB TWO 
V V acres good land for srowint potetoea. 

Box 8717. 



VAHM^ K»K \ i K 
SOITABLB POR FRUIT 



•f* Tate. B .et Plione 0 1851 

A BRICK BUNOALOW 
•QAAA IS THE PRICE ASKED FOR A 
flwjinn/ remarkably well built six -room I 
kslnw. brick construction All nire 
* .r rooms throughout and eve. y con 
venience Double lot, yet reasonable 
taxes. We are sure that Inspection en your 
part will prove this to be a home of lastlnt 
Mn'i ' I', sod Individual rhsim. Terms to 
' - ;■• 1 ' 

STUCCO HOOSB, BOILT 1838. 5 ACREa. I 1 M M b ^'-^^ OF I ER An almost 

aloe haaolk. ht fTalaliaa Bawl mriM ^ S rs r new four rocmi 



rPHIB D BBIR A R L R PRORRTT U iaeated 

A. within tho ten-mile circle from Vle> 
torla. It conalsU of fifteen acres of tood 
land, eight of wlUh «re cleared and 
under cultivation There are two acres of 
blark bottom land, tha balance good fruit 
iiind. There Is a comfortable house to 
live In. also a plckert* house. Ths home 
orchard eontlstt of 0>vor fifty bearint trees, 
teveral varletlea of apples, three vsrietles 
pears, six vsrietles plums, sweet and 
cookint cherries There are two acres of 
loeanberrles and fifty bearing grape vines, 
and a yount orchard of 310 Oolden 
Delicious spplea As tha property has a 
fuU west slope, and U sheltered from 
vtate all fralta bib aaaured of maximum 
dOTOioinnent. Aa aaiple water supply Is 
assured by numorSHB Sprints for all pur- 
poses, inriudins Irrlsation Ttlephona, 
electric lltbl aad pSBBT. Priced low for 
quick tale. 

MARA. MNBS A 00., 100. 
ISIS Broad St. Phaaa B 382] 

I<« ACRES, I1.IM 

rpmS FARM CONTAINS BOMB EXOEL- 
■t- lent cleared bottom land. l aslure and 
timber. Buildings Include cottage, large 
barnr. eU There Is a small orchard, and' 
a creek runs through the property. As 
considerable land adjacent Is available for 
ranse. thla pUce ahould appeal to a stock 
^~ Toras oaa ke arransed. 



OAK BAY 

Near the Willows Park New. modern, 
five- room stucco buntalow, with base- 

$2650 



tarate 



OAK BAY 



Hampshire Road, New 
galow of five rooms and gaiasr 
PloM Wtth 
aadSttfeMter 



OAK BAY 

Patriak Straai. 1 

MM Btl 



kuaSBlBV B( 



oa 



tBe«B«SBBBB 



OAK BAY 

Newport Avenue, near Oaatral Avenue. 
Seven-room stucco bunsalow: hot-water 
furnace: hardwood f lsBSSi r r tr r fix 
tures; fuB BSMSat kBMBam „ ,,e 

'ZTu: $4000 
OAK BAY 

8t David Street. A lovely ' i' « ' 
a koaatMai SBrdon. in a se. • ., 

remTr'" '" $6000 



PeabtrttiAtHsLM. 





\\ ANTED TO LEASE. OR FURCKA8E 

»L - Up-Wend fana. saMabie 

far ttock: water etaentlal: IM^aaiae or 

more. Box M78, Colonial 



sea rlewa. Only 

MAOmOOL * CO 
1S02 Douglas St r 



LTD. 

■li.: sr 



tljm. Apply 



ipS3y*^ite!"%aSn!! 



Obarry 



t prioe 

■ " lb 



PRINTED BLOtTBRB 

rTUCXCUTBD IN ONB OB MORE COLORS. 

Bra aat Bf llM smM tsretbia 
of adrartitlflt fct OMty purpoaa 

rommodlty. 



aad 



Our rtnta of blotting laprr Is the very 
oast qusllty. lo msny colors and welthta. 

Lot lu ahoa you saatplas aad suote 



TUB OOtiON 

tail Broad Bk 



OIMI 



I^-si l I Y EOUirPKD COI 
>ofi drinks. Iislit lunch 



CONFECTIONERY 



XOdJtt TOURINO 

1 O*?^ WHIPPET 
J.t/*<<~ SEDAN .. 

CHEVROLBT 

.1 .T.>W ..QACM 



^OACH 
K SOTO 



$ < ■ > 

.S'.'iO 



quarters A splendid bualneaa. In the down 
town seciion Ul-heslth forces owner to 
sell nut 

Hem t25 per month Price, complete. 11.400 

ON the outaklrta of Vicior.n A good 
payina grocery bualncsa. Uvlna quar 
ters attached. Complete price Mr sMck 
and fixtures, etc , Is MM. 
Pf-nt. on leaae. IM per aieatlL 

PBMBERTOR * SOU, ITD. 
'.'5 Fort Street PBoBB OHM 



L,10R BAtR — OARAOB AMD 
1 autloa. ooavloM: three paaipa and 
foalp me"' — ~ .. - 



P.a Bob 41. Oourtenay. V.t 



PAYINO BUSINESS <CONFEC 

let etc I luing quarters Owner 
s hersuse of 111 healtli Sarrlttoe 
4f)n Purticolars Box 8710. Colonist 



VjijL MoSS iN*^* ENOLIBH CONTRACTB. HEED 

■i-^^J. OOOFR WKX» 11 M.IM to Baaaee tame in srawlns 



THOMAS PUMLEY. LTD 
DIauibutort of QuaQty Cart and Trucks 
MM TMM Bt. TRsbRssb OTW 

VlaMtM. B.e 



Full 



IMI CMBT. OOAOB 

IMT STAR OOAOB 

im RUICK TOVRIMO 

im wmpPBT OOAOR 

1837 OLDBMOBOA OOACH .... 
list 



.1141 
1160 
IMS 
.1116 
.1116 



business. Roat B( bonk raferenoes.' 
l ara ftaai Roa MM. Colonlat. 

U CL AND OABOIB-OoaO LOCiT- 
uoai laac leasa. Raatonable rent. 
M.MI oasll ftw prioa. »««Jlj0. Colonist. 

I>BRSONS WANTINO TO ToY OR BELL 
a business, see us We apeclallxe In 



thla line 
L O 



Nothlns 



real tood 



Oor. TbMb BBd 



Sdin 



$.{25 

$224'> 
$225- 

$i(r> 
$95 



rHEVROI.ET COACH. tM9, 

rwtrx COACH. H3I. 

KBBEJl OOUPB, IMfl. 

OOOfIt IMi. 

PONTMO OOAOR. IMI. 
-dTAR eOMB. MM. 



O is i ato l Dealers 
Phone B11B1 til Yalea BC 



JAUW>H MOTORS t'Sr' 
1833 FORD V-8 OOACH. In per 

fee t oaaB ttlaa. Redueed to . 

I8M RODBOR I CABRIOLET 
Ramble seat Reap for 

^^7 wiiJ.rn KNUim Motiri 
rn *r;.s-, , .,(aa| cOOdi' - 



Good leeatinns mre turnovers 
MQ'rr^ - PtSH AND CHIP BtlRINE.'W" 

vRiB ' ^atall 'faaBRr''' owm'***' 



L. O OONYBRS * CO. 
1031 Douslat Street 



FOUL BAT DISTRICT 

• y ( 1 M . 740 TO tS.TM 

''rHlB Al IRAt llVE SEVEN - ROOMED 
■A. atucco residence wss built sbout four 
years ato. Hardwood floors in the hall, 
reception-room and dining-room; large 
sranlte fireplace, bullt-ln features, cement 
baaeaaent, laundry tuba, hot-air fumace 
Oarase. OoatpteU tUe drain around the 
house. Lot about SM ft. In depth. Terms 
17)0 rash down, balance Uks rent, subject 
to II noo morigaee at 7'.. Immedlatt 
possession. Tins is a genuine snap. 

J08T OFF n>RT STRBRT 

WHY PAY RENT? 
Reduced Vrcjin 11,500 lo 11,176 
OIX-ROOM attractive modern residence, 
^~ consisting of reeeptlan-room. dining- 
room, kitchen and three bedrooms, three- 
piece bathrooin. open fireplace cement 
basement, hoi air furnace Two lots Only 
tiOO cash down, balance like rent Worthy 
of consideration Immediate possession 

NORTH QUADHA IXDT SNAP 

CtHOtCB residential lot, ^o x 120 Fxcel 
lent loam. WorUi I400 For quick 
sale, only |150 rash 

EAST 800KK WATERFRONT AOE 
108 FEET ONLY 1800 
fll/.. ^RX*. 1 ecra cleared. Property 
^ /J foaaad. Two r saai oMtan, tood 
weu Tsarip MBM llTiriRuaoSnB PM. 
seaalon. 

OOROB DMTRICT B P Btll AL SNAP 

\ TTRACTTVE and well-built flvo-I«am 
-AO. new buntalow. Receptlon-reoBb II B 



II. kltehen and three led rooma. thrte-ploee 
beitoooak baUt-la foataroa: baaaaMnt 
(half cemented), hot-air furnace nsrste 
Averase slxe lot Taxes only tu • < lear 
tttM. Larte open fireplace, o- :ort 

*iir.*... siGoo 

(WW aooopt acratwa at part paysMat) 
R. O. DALBT * 00., LTa 
M4 Tlaw atreat. Oppaalto 



'TH> CLOBB OOT TUB HTATB OP THE 
* late Harriet Nelson we are offering 
for snle. flve-room completely furnished 
bunsalow. cloae to Beacon Hill Park 
Terms ran be arranged Full cement bage- 
ment. furnace, two open fireplacaa. Oarase. 
For further parllcttlart appto BBiptre 
Bealty Co.. lOM BiaaB 81.. %MM1m 
Executor of BttaM. 



bungalow, on 
waterfront, wall furnlshaU. rioae to Vic- 
toria. You ahould tee what can be boutht 
for thu prtoa. aa sasp Mnas M th* iteht 
party. 

OBOROB ItANDALL 
IIM ObosIbs Bt. Phone 0 1341 



BPBOAIi OP TBRINO IN BBASXDB 
RRMDBNCB 

•» ACRES OF LANDBCAI^ GARDEN. 
•» with tennis cr>url. Illy ponds, rose ar- 
\>'ir\ iswiis njrkrr.es and walks, and an 
In 1 , • -r^ov . with 6 bedrooms. 1 

baiM 1. '« a.^id floors threuchout. 

hot water heating, double sarase: srounds 
In gaiondld condition. Today's price. 
ttS.OM. 'nils property represents an orig- 
inal Investment afsivar I44.0M. 

MARA, JOnS A 00. LTD 
1313 Broad St Phone E 3831 



OAK BAY 

NEW BTfrf'i n'-vi 



ATTRACT I V Ik 
FBATURU. 



BAKEMfr. 

$25(M) 

IBM fOR CABR 

LBB. PR ABM OO.. LTa 
1333 Broad Street 



MourJiN 
PRICB 



NEAR COWICHAN BTATtON 
(} 1-1 ACRES, cleared and fenced. Fruit 
^ aarden. Oood chicken house and 
atablt. Blx-roomad comfortable bouse, 
eommandlns beautiful view of valley and 
bills. Has phone. llshU hot and cold 

Sli^ $iOOO 

c ROBS A CO. 

Belmont House Oppoolto P.O. 



Sheriff's 

SALEI 



JUTS 1', Al 



23b S 



$500' at Sookr 

anent home 

T.ilal Prire ISOO 
JOSEPH C BRIDOMAN 
804 Brousliton Street Estsb. 1861 

A Burdon. Real Estate Dent 



$i(MM) ? 



fSirn- SMALL OROOBRT. SHOWINO 
•y»'" an exeep'ionallr good lurrsover 
for a smai; miesinient Cotild be developed 
into a tood livint. Modem llvlas quarters 
Very efeoap raat. O MIL la M. 
A Oa.. LM. 



rilBA ROOM IJOHT MRAIA OONNBC 

' lion Vlrloria Tontui 'amp. The 
Oorte Small tnve.in "luirad. PiMme 
O 1318. 



ISX 



inSCFLLA.«S«HJS 



GOOD OORNBR OAS 8TATIOR. BMAU. 
tiara aad sitasa la eity 



M EXCBAWOl Bril BtTATB 



.r»l.-> 

^_'i:. 



BtousAtoa St. 




IjVARM TO BZCRANOB— IM 
r Jordan River hlBhway M asrea sar- 
den and orchard, ka l a n oe timber snd 
rordw'oo/s Seeaa-raam boaaa. ftimished 
Barn, two taraeee. hen house, woodshed 
and store hoiiae Value 14,000 To ex- 
ehanse for residential property Sasnlrh 
s'rift Apply omer, J Corrle. Otter 

'. n r 

I >KACB RIVER Cot NTRY WILL TRADE 
1 well-equtpped farm 



FOtLT 

urnlahed, divided Into two 
talf-eontalned suites, two hathrn,,m<. two 
sarascs. in good residential district In- 
urlor recently docoreted. lite furniture 
la included In tttt kertaln prIoe. Terau. 

ft1n"'Ji ^'"'« FOt;R-ROOM BUN- 
•iriw. Mr OALOW. in perfert condition. 
' " ' in For today't bett kuy tee 

-rms 

< 1 ( it I NORTH QOADRA. Beautiful. 
•Ct.Js/w new. seven-room sturco bun- 
galow, ronlalnin7 alt the very latest tea- 
lures In hiilldlns This Is a choice kaitM. 
and terms w.ll be granted tellaMO PBIM. 

SMALI. ACREAUE 

\B01;T one Af re of ehoece land, ftull 
trees amall fruits, and thousands of 
bulbe Fnur-room rottage. two-pitr« bath- 
room Three chicken houses and 36 pal- 
letg. Thlg Ig a place you can make B Umii 
oSt and ts situated within tho 
olrele. Taaee 8I6.M Owner la fl, aBd 
for aaiBfe sbM bMbsb MM Mm ftlllfM 
priBit lt lsB tor aaip VAvUU 



Tt WANRD TO BUT— HOUSES 

\ I TANTED- IN VICTORIA OR VICINITy! 
V V heuae with four er more rooms, over- 
looklas walar: tardaa; sood waU or city 
watsr. Baotrla pBvor available 1500 
eaab (fall prtaa). Apply Box 8M3. Coi- 



Notlee Is hereby sivan that uadsr and 
by virtue of a Warrant of Tendltloai Ex- 
ponas. Issued out of the County Court of 
Vlrlorla, holden st Victoria. dat..d the 
38th day of April. 1834. and to me directed 
In aa aotloa wherein Harben Wiliis , 
Oavey la PlalaUff. and Lon Btaley. Execu 
tor of tbe Last will and Testament of 
Franklin Theodore Olick. Oeceaaed. De- 
fendant. I will offer for sale at public 
auction at my office, court House. Bas- 
tion Street. Victoria, on Tuesday. May 
1st. 1114. at 11 o elaok A M . aU inUrest 
of the defendant. Lon Btaley. executor of 
the last will and testament af Vkaafclln 
Theodore o ;.k. deceased, la BBd M the 
following described property: 
Partlcniara 
Lot 48 of Bertlon 28. Berkley Farm 
Victoria Oily. Plan 705. for which Inde- 

faaalble Ceri:ncau Tills No 88et» i h., 
btaa laiaad to the abiwe-named dafendsm 
JBdt M a a t creditor: Herbert wiiiiam 

Davey. 

Judgment debtor- Lon Btaley. executor 
of the last will and testament of Franklin 
Theodore Ollrk. deceased 

Reslstered owner: Lon Stalay. executor 
of the laat wiU and laolaaMat a( PtaakKn 
Theodore Oltok. deeeased. D F. SMN. 
Reclstered rhsrtes' None 
Appllratlon for raelstrallon None 
Recelvint order or suthnrixed assign 
ment under the "Bankruptcy Art ■; None 
AssitnmanI for benefit of creditor: 
None. 

Judtment: Wa. MM. atalnat Lon Btoley 

executor of the last wilt and testament of 
Franklin Theodore Ollrk. deceased In 
favor of Herbert William Davey, for tt3 SO 
and IMJt ooeU; raalsUred I4-1S-S3 at 3 81 
PM . on which the sum of IM.lt ttlU re- 
mains due and owlas. 

Meehanlet' tloat: Noet. 

Tsnat Bf MM: Oa*. 

K. w. opooor. 

Rhenrrs OCflOS, TtStatM. S.0.« Aprfl 38. 

IM4. 



SEE THIS TODAY 



.OA asy 

$3,850 



Brand new S-rrwiii stucco liun- 
K.iliiw, I iniiHitiinif larKe liviiiK- 
rnimi vsiili (iprn fireplacr, «liii- 
iiiR - room, hard wood fl....r^, 
l.irKC kitclieii with file sink, tvs.. 
Iirtjn .nriis ; limit in li.itli with 
shower; full rcinmt basement, 
laundry tra.vs. K-ir.iKe ill bSM- 
inrnt. Lot 80 x KM) 

OPEN POR INSPECTION 
ALL DAY SUNDAY 

863 VICTORIA AVENUE 

AaA. MebtreyACoa 



U'ANTl 
hsve 



RMAIX OOTTAOE m: 
two bedrooms low laie> m 
lowe'i price and terms Applv H . "1 

Colonist 

W,'ANTED-^aE8T HOUSE.^ Ii i i. 
r V aa%VUl buy. BtaU Sl74>. location a 

s wa B s s a ts. Baa nsi. Coioniat 



SS Acres, with flewint sarins, 
elearad. bbbB sbU. 



Part 




bathrooms; sat; taraso 
furniture for twa 
tlAIB. terms. 

Sea VIesr— f>allaa W 

s . ,, . ,1 /I sr. ■ 1 



GORGE 
HOME BARGAIN 

SI I -room IH-etory house, eomprlitns 
llvlnt room and dining room, each 
with fireplace roomy enlranre hall 
with entraitce lo larse brlaht kitchen 
with pantry oCli thrao larso kodroomt 
up; alao three-pleeo kathrooai. Full 
rement hssement with furnace and 
e>ira plumhing, garage. Btandint on 
two larte lots set out In well kept 
Uwns and sarden with a number of 
assorted full kearlns fruit trees snd 
small fruits Taxoe Only IMM. Thie 
property Is situatod In a hiBh laeatlan. 
close to bus car and SSbaal. Total 
price 12 son 00, of which tlM^M aaa 

r^m« 'rsii' «i 8^,. 

E. E. HEATH 

<r!.S Vstes istreet fboae t, 4UII 



AORBAOB POR RSMT-OOMMMf RBAO 
Q AORBS AND liOVBB: 8M aarat reedy 

for ploiieh Rent free to respor.tMe 
parly who will do soyne repsir. to p-np 
arty Tbree-year leaae if desired, from 
jaauary. IIM. 



W J OILULAND A OO. 



OPMl 



FULLY FtniNIBHED HOUSE SACRIFICED 

7 rooans. I rooms and three piece bath- 
roofii down-ialra. 3 niee t>edrooma ap- 
sis ,' ran be shut off if net required 
Basement, furnace, apsn fl 
way ketweoa llylaa- r et m i 
fruit trees and taraae ^ ral M W B 
praetlratlv new. Includlna radla^ Cbeater 
field, dlnlne-rnom sulfa, etc Price, as 
It stands. II. IM Puraltaser aao gstum- 
aMrtsa«e n( taoo at t per eeat 
Taxes 133 




fOB SALB 



plOR QtnCK SALB^-TWO FINE BOTLD 

r ins loti. M aad M n. Iraata s t. douth 
Hampahlre. half Hasfe iMM bMBh 
the two. Appip m TllB<l. 6 Mia. 



OAK RAT ROIUMRO 

rAM OFPERfHO FOR 
ever doxen lota south el 
Pneee MM aad MM oaoh. 
Wsrfi 



tl50 



ARTHUR E HAYNES. LTD. 

I»it» an>< Suta Inaaraar* I 1 . ' • n . 

FOBT BVB» > I 

orriee r. uni .msih i. -o 



North Quadra 
District 



Well built, modern %ls-raemed aamu 
bungalow Hot water heat, five raaaas 
on main floor. Livlne-rooak 34 x M. 
with larte fireplace; dlaliw-reem. 
kitchen and two kodroomt, one larte 
bedroom upetalrt. 

Full cement basement witfe BBraSO. 
Attractive carden In laWB BBd BMNH, 

with fine shade trees. 
I axes. UP 00 

Offered ^^^^QQ y^*"**" 

iUfrid CirHNlMll 

& Co., Hi. 




Say AfB. 



IMI 



RrrOATBD ea 3 acree of aataral vaad- 
land with sitlaslsa and beawtifui 



marine v|e« AttracMPt aMoeO buisealow 
with city con ' eti!ene*< Privato baaeb with 



MACRAY A 00. 
LIMTTED 
1214 Broad Rtreet 



•—K- 1X3T, 10 X 115, OOROR 
•Tl«» 1300 ^ver , acra. • 



ICT. 



near water. 



on koal MM Sf Linden Ave 
arrea, 3H laOat awl lust off 
wrnaida RosmI one aer* rieared. the 
balance In trees and no underbrush 
11.600 It', acres on Kesilna Croaaroad 
all ferteed. and 7 arrew cleared 
IMDEPENDBirT fRB UR A N CB AOBHOIBB. 



OlMl 



IE IMEPEIKIT 

BUTTH ClliWto 

1 ! 0 M ) . 

*VaJey IJfe al lis Best" 
In this ksaatltal three smarter acre 

private sardaa Baaa. Oain health and 
wealth ky rasraattoa: bavo a babbt 
that pays: sraw yaar own fralt. vsae 

tables, berries flowers. »fe . end sei 
the surplus tor your other Ilrlrvf ei 

penaea Four dr,e«n assorted f' 

from walnuts to apples, s'.^t 
Alee a fully modern flve-room bunas 
low wtth cement kaaaaMMt. kot-walar 
heatinc sysum. fl i iptoat In tlvlns- 

ri.^m. pat, "IT TiAdem three plaee bath- 
rr.orr »i. . i>erfe. t rondlllon 

and apoileea Inr-alad jaet auUlde the 

eity Itasito. with lav T-nf -" u«ea 

deer title Near etreet ears and 

arhtvr 

ONLY ]^J,UOO, ItRMS 

marownt tor Caeh orrn^ IWeKatf 

' ' t n .r.*ri 10 . ' . , , , , 

I M Roar , ! ,.(^ .\ I i • '. 

MO I r. n ISM* ' \ » «( f. 



lltwSlMM,9si4ff , FsrsWif^, SINf 

7 Ac 81 4 Rooiatd Hohm SISN 

IMiri tdilrMl Hmb*. S2SN 

Five-roomed house, open flreplare ' > - 
•sorth II sooi. with ouib,, < f , 
!rer store sandy hearl - ■» 

About aavea acraa have tteea unOei 
cultlvBMBlk TbBM m. BiMBdM IM 
new. 

Aato Caap Utf, RtvMNM, tMM 

six faraiebed eottatea. plaaaklas. 

ttssIA, % ftsssM, tfls^Bs, 4 

U'nt S!ur,«-! 1 ! 3 Acrtt, i7IM 

FRASER BISCOE 

SBIH 



In alkllliiP ,i»k/4 In Hanta rhew ai,, 
otic* thoiight tn be a blldlit rm the 
lBn<l BTMl an obAtriirtlmi to ait ;' 1; 
lure, are IZO.OOOXWO tons of «<> • 
droua aalLs wllhin ^a«y rear i. '>r 
iraruiporU' .r.ti Within a r!*" <»f1e 

lAM hsve been looad f<r Umbl Pro- 

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THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA, B.C , vSUKDAY. APRIL 29, 1934 



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SiMtrHMieBirgaiB 

8HAWNIGAN LAKE 

S l\*ri<'lll l.tlMKdIl>W, Ijr^JC \ < I .Ul'l i 

.il-. ' J I'M. ill 1 .ihill. <i.ii^K' 
v. . !l vv ilti pinnp ainl <-nu;iiir, 
I., > 1 -r . I ' !■ ' t V, ,.tr! In 'lU 
l'l:,r M.l.i.f.l I I 'Ht I.. 

Tliii Is i Heal Hdrgain 

Also Summer Homea at Lang 
tortf, Pro!.{>«ct Laki Mid 
Deep Cove 

W. J. fiillilaiid & C«. 

120J Broad St. Garden 5741 



BEAUTIFUL COLWOOD 

Oiarmliii liitlr ir»i:i(iv riom* o( [Iv* 
acres, rtrarril. kUIi ■mult (rillt orchard 
of p«ach. apple, umpo. etc.. In full 
bMrlna, All* • «Mr UUto lMMO. ru 

buntatov. thrM'Ptoe* kathreom. c i 

full »H[»d cement t' nr ini-nt Itrle 
Aif. »u'i(l«l.r<l : > I... krn ti';ii^<- 
Kleclrlc llatit anU < ay water piped ail 

throiuh tba prop«rtr. L eeala i on a 
main hlfhwar, &ln* mllM froon citjr. 
amidtt very pleaear.t (urroundlnci. 
Taiea. lit. 0*n«r drklm aitlon, and 
will accept the eaeeptionni: . imw 

$2,500 



KEB * S'lErULNSON. LIU. 

■t. Phoaa U «IZ7 



OAK BAY 
SACRIFICE 




P. R. Brawi ft Sois 



lilt Br*a4 •treal 



mil 



FESTIVAL OF MUSIC 
OPENS HERE TilESBAY 



aioo. PraMot boldMr. Darto 
Open to wUrnm* of MBlor Onkk 
"A" voeal Mit #MMa of thk and 
prevtout VuBrli fesUvaU, who will 
be required to select and sln« one 
the teat pieces, (a» or ibi, chosen 
for Uh'It cU.<>« Hi tliU) feoilvtti, aiid 
one other selertiun In Enxlisli ol 
their own chooalng, a copy of which 
mast be delivered to the seirttary 
l>e(orc noi>ii on the day of this com 



mil .School 



Scliool. • BrltUili 



OPEN FORINSPECTION 



i< h 1)1 ivr Nrw 8lucco bcml 
»> r room* on the around 
d ki./acc lor two estra bedreoroa 
" " at low 



. 1 4 H 

upstair* wklak oaa ha 

coat 

HHd til* 

Hoi vralat 



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< harniiiK 

iiioderii tiCMU* 1* KlieiteteU Irom the 

prevatUw «la«s aad antapa a Ml«k4- 
rui aaa aad aMWtafai vMr. 
Opaa fw l ai>a «tlMfi taAar <tMtar) 
fraM U U tt aad I la t. 

ViHirii IMbm i Mmm. UA 

■ «IM 



HIGH FAIRFIELD 

Wonderful Tshw In ml good 

lioin«> (if 7 rooms (Including 4 
I). 'Irixjinst. larRP llvtnK-rf)0(m 
A is fireplace. t),is(incni fwr- 
tiU' '■ >-tr Attractive apix-iirance, 
i( ii.-rcC(l by architect, and .sltu- 
aled on one of tlic best streets in 
the district. Close to sea front. 
Price haa been reduced to mini- 
mum for quiek Ml*. IMll par- 
ticulars from 

erman. Forman & Co. 

MR > it VV M KKf I 



AUCTION SALE 

Tomorrow, Monday, April 30 



1 1< » II 



l-BAIUF. rAKMt K s 
PABADISE 



I in^tfi^E, a 

IOonrr l/ravInc for Old Coantri' Waolt | 
Qaick Aattea 

IMT. TOLMB I 
Juat outalda city llmlt>, clly lltht and! 
water, two acrei with rleht room, hot 



(water beatad houia. Tennis court, ex- ■ 
paaalTa kam tar atcbt Head horse* or! 
cow*. Ronie haa auarter-eut oak 

I floors, plate slass windows, larre rutl 
stone fireplaces Family orchard, also* 
small fruits, strawberries, raspberries. J 

I walnuts, peaches, aprlaata. Oaa* lt>>*M.a 
r..(l»y « price, M.so*. Terms. T*«**. IM." 

lOLIVEB, STEWART CLARK ■ 
I & CO., LTD I 

I 10 fori SI. 



•« l*Jt Skarp 

FRED SMITH ft CO. 

\u( timii ^■r^ ami Vppi lilsrrn 
Kownia 1417 Itr...Ml Mnrt 

Antique and Modern 
Furniture, Etc. 

iiKiiidlnf- four Oeorcian Chairs, 
Kuriy ABMilflWi TablM. Oheatetflcld 
Suite, Oak DiTanattc. Bnamei 
Breakfast Sat, Walnut Beds, odtai- 
plete with Drsaaers to match: 
Seven-Tube Oonaole Model Marconi 
u a (1 1 o , Underwood Typewriter, 
Heavy Mah<)«any Parlor Suite, 
Cher r).-:!W(r.' Wiirrirobes. Axmlns- 
ter and Wilton Cai-pets, four very 
good RcfrlgeratOTB, the usual Kitch- 
en Furniture and XSccta, Camp 
Beds, 
etc. 



WMMB IMITH * COMPAKT 



C'irtlnaed Vnm Pace U 

CMrte* 'central, JunVir, "XT All the 

World Were Pafjer"; Sir James' _ 
lx>uKla.s .s< tKHil Mtt*<e ori a Cree''; \ petition ihe' RVanriard"of "the'"tefit 

I plet e ch(j*«Mi will have conhiderablf 
. I beaniiK on the adjudication. 1934 

^Wtfty I fcsUval wiuneis arc not required to 
I pay eiitraiirf fee for thla clasa. Com- 
l>eting l.ir ium- Howl, presented by 
B.C. Kicrtru Ballvay Oompwiy. 
Ilatfte<i. to b« haU for «n« yiar 
Harold C. Parfltt: JosqpklpM Ohark 
bols. "Maiden's huoialt (Ame): 
George f. H. V%nner, "Ita the 
silence of the Nlghf fRaChnian- 
in. rfi. Mrs Iloy T HnimbauKh iTa- 
cnni.ii "Lfivc Ftenial" ( Firahm.s i ; 
Uon.s LyfhKtx' iNanaliiiot: Mr.s H. 
C Corbet t. I„i CjiKhe" (Balllt- 
Saeii.s I 

Class 113— Original Oompoattlon 
Solo; amateiur. For tolet or Imtru- 
inent with plaoo aooanpaMtaMMit 
competlnc for ewttfloate. Dexter 
Wallbank (Nanalmo), William b 
1 I (^rowther, Pauline Hall Wade, wil- 
lutrn B. CrowthtM Piiullnf Hall 
Wailc. Pauline H.tll Wade Ora F 
Pe!rr.son 

Chi. s 1 1 't <)! !>;ii:h1 C'ii!i|)<j.Mt,k)n : 
i'. i!H'I« ifr (ir oiKa.'!, aiiiat* ur ("oin- 
IK-Uiig fur certiUcate. Qra F, Pear- 
son. 

VICTORIA HIGH SCHOOL 

MornltiK .s^'.sslon, 9 o'Clock 
Judge: Mi.s ( otsworth Clark.' 
Cla.s.s 119 I'libllc School Kiilrv 
Aii.s KiiKi! i"ik (iuiirc. .senior, 
preliminary and final. Competing 
for Victoria and District Teachers' 
Aaaoclation Cup, now held by Ksqui- 
malt Bementary School Girls' Cen- 
tral School. "The Boatma^"; Mar 
garet Jenkins School. "Ruftv 
Tufty"; Sir James Douglas School , 
"The Boatman"; North Ward School, 
"Old Mole"; Bumslde School ".May- 
pole": Quadra School, "Hey Hoy.-;, 
Up We Go": Margaret Jenkin.s 
School; Victoria High School, 
"Hattrniagaren." 

Class 121— Singing Game: Under 
twelve: local; preUB^nary and final. 
Competing for Mrs. J. O. Cameron 
Challenge Oup, Junior, now held by 
St. Christopher's StihooL (a) "Ibe 
Plrst of May" mtsabeth BunJmial ' s 
folk dances and singing games); 
(b) own selection (Elizabeth Biir- 
chenal's folk dances and .singing 
games'. North Ward School, Plvl 
•sioii.s 7, 8 Mild 9. "Ma's Litil ' !':,■-' 
Quadra School. "Ma's Littl-' IMk^' 
St. ChrLstopher's S<ho<il Ma' 



Beacon 

Hound ; Quadra 
Mavpola*; MnMl 
Tulty." 

Gtaa lU— ftldie School Xntry' 
ABjr daaea «( the f < 

tries; under thkrteen 

and final: Italian. French, Span* 

i.vh Ras,sian. Oreclan. Hungarian, 

Czeth and B.)hemiaii CoiniH'tlng 
lor Sajward ( tialleiiKc Cup now 
held by OaklaiiiK Srh<x)l OaklaiuLs 
School, ■ Tarantella , Sir James 
Douglas School, "VlTa" (Portugese) 

Class Ufr-rubUe Bebool Kntry— 
Any folk dsace of any country 

other than English; senior prelim- 
inary and final.. ConuJ«'i'>K for 

Kji.lhi .\n 11'- Cliiill' iige Cup. now held 
bv (ie.iij..- .Ia\ .S<h<xi! Cn-.j|>;e Jay 
.School. Victol'.a IllK*! .ScjKHi;, Ha.'ii 
l)aiuc', NiirSii Wa;.! 
KaiiiiU mkalii , .S.'!itli Paik .S.Mh'I. 

"Irlali Jig"; Sir James Douglas 
MmoI; Oaklands BdiooL 

I ridav F veniiiir 
I 1K>T ( M ri.l> ( HI lit il 

Evening Session, 8 o'clock 
All Judges In Attendance 
Cla-ss 24— Girls' Choirs: Not more 
than twcnty-fhe voices; under 
twenty. Coint>Ptiiu for the P W 
Francl.s (,'lialleiiKC .Shield, now held 
by ttic Victoria HiKh School ia> 
Hie Song of the Watei.s' (Two- 
Parli (George IlaLhbone) (No. 235. 
Novcllo's Octavo Edition of Two- 
Part Songa>; (b) "Happy Song" 
(Teresa del Riego). St. Margaret's, 
Victoria Hi^ School Olrls' caxrir. 
Mount Newton Hl^ 8ehool« Victoria 
School of KzpresskM, Hudson's Bay 
Co. (Vancouver) Girls' Choir. 

Clii-s-s "7(3 Piano Playing— Junior 
championship class. Competing for 
Challenge Cup, donated by the 
Daughters of England, Primroso 
Lodge. No. 32. Open to winners in 
Pianoforte 8ok> Classes, Prep«u-a- 
tory to JuniOT, Noe. 62 to 68, Inclu- 
sive. Oompetltora must play the 
teat 



« ii- Reeeivai i p t 1 1 \ m 

.Monday. PluMie O 4013 



" IMAYWARD & SONS 



High FairfuM 

BBUonrcixT sircATsv'inMft 
ran and saa 

An attractive, woll-eenatnietad itueco 
bungalow, built for comfort and eon- 
venlence, Laree drawlne-room. about 
MX 14. with fireplace: French Soon 
to briiht dlnlns-room with sood *lews; 
hardwood floors In mum rooms, built- 
in bath and shower, the best of cheer- 
ful Utebeu. wlUi aU btiUt-ln teaturea. 
Two fine bodroam* with closet*. Two 
spare rooms up 0«« liirt on Hit- 
air furnace. High, dry, cement b»-. 
ment. Oarase Lawns: sarden. ce- 
ment path. All In cxceptlooally good 
condition. A cbanalnc home. On* 
Mask fra» aat Mae. rrtae 
m aSa r ate. 

Maple Bay 

Very nicely fumlahetf Sn 
Two larte lots. Oood 

beach Only 



SI 600 



4 Mill Circle 

Pour roorned feMBcalSV. modem plumb- 
ing, open flreplaaa. Twa acres of land. 
Hlab alaraUaB. $1600 



WtLL-BIMLT riBNiaBED COTTAOI!, 
With large open fVreplaoe. ,rtr.< 
lot. with lak* froataae. $500 

Pembertoi&Son, Ltd. 



«U Pert St. 



AUCnONBBU 



Cordova Bay 



■OMsa am M«Mira 

LOTS 

Cordova Bar. with it* wondarful sandv 
beaches and olos* proximity to the city, 
sffords an ideal aeltlns for Summer 
homes. We have several cottaaes and 
bulldlns lots, with all city conveniences 
available, such a* atoctftc lishl, city 
water and telephone. It you are plan- 
nliie on ipendlns your Hunimer at the 
besnh, do not fall l.i -»e 'bf-.r proper- 

Gillespie, Hart & Co. 



Sll Van 



OIISl 



I 



Important 

SALE 



Instructed by the .several owners, we 
will sell at our Salesroom, 731-733 
JsfcassM Street, on 

Wedneiday, 1:30 

Mm Matra I ,irK>' < ">i~<IE:iaMB| 

of I sefiil .111(1 

WeU-Kept 

Furniture and 
Effects 

\moav whleh win be found: An 
iimoet new Xroehler S^Pleee Daven- 

iport Suite, two very fine Otasater- 

fieid Suites, 3 - Piece Mahogany 

Tailor .Suite Gak Morris Chairs, 
< >ak iiiul M.ihogany Rockers, Gak 
and Mahov'anv Centre Tables. Jar- 
jdlnlere Staiid.s. M a n ' . ! Mirrors. 
Standard Lamp a > r of Car- 

pets. 3 Oak Dining -HiAJin Suites 
extra Extension Tables and nuf- 
fets, China Cabinets, Breakfast 
Tables and Chairs, 10 practically 
new Coogoleum and lilnoleum Art 
squaree, Bedroom Suites, Simmons 
'eck in single, three-quarter and 
ill sise. white Enamel and Brass 
Hed.s. all complete; a number of 
nice l>re.s.sers and Chiffoniers. Che.st 
of Drawer.s, large quantity of Tables, 
Chains. Rfx-kcrs and other Pcdroom 
Furniture, Drnp-Leaf Tables, Card 
Table-s, Medicine Cabinets. Picturc-j, 
Books, Sets of Shelves. Hoosier 
Kitchen Cabinet. Cupboards. Lady's 
very fine Fur Coat, Electric Floor 
Polisher^ Kitchen Tables and Chairs. 
Cooktaf Utensils, 6 Lawn Mowen, 
oarden Tooli, a very good Evin- 
rude Outboard Bnglne, a number 
of Coal and Oas Rangea, Hoae, etc. 
Our rooms are full to the doors for 
Wedne.>-day. and now on vie.' Hie 
ibM-.f , ri- n partial ILst. Watch for 

• ' Friday'* Kale. 

Ucdnchday Morning Sale at 10:30 
Will Include a weU-built 12 - foot 
Rowboat. a very fine 4 - year - old 
Jersey Cow. milking 2 1-2 k-allon.s; 
is well a^ our usual line i,f Vege- 
'ables and Poultry, 400-Egg Incu- 
itor. Ste. 



Claag, open 



Shipping Glass for Huge Mirror 






CIVIUZATIDN 



Frenchman in Afii(,,i Si 
jct;f ot L(Mjeful aiiU 

Spreading Fame 



D.JIIU >C 

Ap! Il :n ' ■ 

H, i;: - .1 
|jai t (.1 At 

.kIoX .ilhl 

. ; en.tKl.t 
that 111 nil 



I I I I ( rich .S.iiual 
I' ' ! .i^t of Mie Corsairs. 

: . : ■ - ■ . , in UlUl 

1. ,1 w 111 ,- 1 ii.,.Kic l.s orth- 
li .'elKi.s Kl'iv^ lull-blo*n 
He scorned civUUalion 
t live as a native among 
kMt sanctuary 



fiture alooff 



Of 



BOOKS 



.•\ grntlciu.in'^ l.tlirarv of 
\"lmnrs, ini liiiliru; line sets <it 
I'likeir.. Ilia(krr.«\, Shakr- 
^|.r.^rf, I'iirkitun. Ihil wer- Lyt- 
toll. Pre »i oft. Hret-Hartr, 
Charles Lever, I ( imimore Coo- 
per, Bancroft, Maker* of Canada, 
Hisloriana' Hi<itory, Encyclo- 
paedia Britannica, Aiiicn.sMa, 
I'vcryman'a and im otliT I n 
cyclopaedia*, Boole of Kii.>wl 
ed(fe, etc. ANo several luin.lrnl 
\iiliinifs r>f IMlilosopli y, .Sririi' . , 
I .ononil. < ami Krnrr.il htrr.i 
tuic, mcliuling a lar^r liK of 
recent lirtion, all of which ^^iH 
be offrrrd for sale St 50 to 7i 
per cent off puhli«hers' prices. 

Sale commences Monday morn- 
ing. 



The Book Nook 

7J6 Fort Itreet. Victoria, li C. 



Elocution— Winner. 
Class 35 Oi>eratic 
over 21 years; finals. 

Cla.ss 29 Quartette TTB.B 
Competing for Victoria Male Choir 
Challenge Cup, now held by Em- 
manuel Quartette, (ai "Beware" 
I Terry) (Curwen & Sons, No. 
50663); (b) "O Men From the 
Fields" (Stanton) (Ourwen * Sons, 
NO. 806t7). lawmannel Quartatte; 
Minto Quartette. 

Class 3 — Church Choirs— Large, 
membership not less than forty, and 
not less than thirty-five to sing. 
Competing for W. A. Jameson Cof- 
fee Co Challenge Shield, n<w held 
by Metropolitan United Church 
Choir, 'a I Evening Hymn" (Bal- 
four Gardiner) (Novcllo's Octavo 
Anthems, No. 1127; (May be ac- 
companied on piano. Language <^ 
tkmal': (b) niM ReTeiUe" (SIgar) 
(Novello's Part Boag Book, No. 
1431). First United Church Choir; 
Mc?ro[x>I;' ( ■' • ! :r. 

baturday, May 5 
FIKST mflTCD CHUBCH 

Morning Session. 9 o'Clock 

Judges: Mr. Thomas F. Dunhlll and 
X>r. Percy Hull. 

Class 7»— Organ Playing: Junior; 
preliminary and final. Competing 
for trophy, presented by Mrs, K. B. 
Spurgln, la) No. 3 of Eight 
Short Preludes and Fugues (J. S. 
Bach), (any .standard edition); (b) 
"The Voice of Richard Pcyto " (Dun- 
hill), (ChlddLngford pieces, Stalner 
and Bell). John O. Ring wood, Nor- 
man O. C. Newman. Peggy 'White, 
Howard E. Vey, Gestlana Evans. 

Class 80— Organ Playing: Pre- 
liminary and final. Competing for 
Victoria Organists' Challenge Cup. 
(a) "Fugue in S flat (St. Ann's)." 
(J. S. Bach), (any standard edi- 
tion); (b) "Larghetto in F Sharp 

Minor" R Wesley), (Novclln A- 
Conipnnyi. Klcliard S Eaton, David 
Gary Campbell i Vancouver). 

Class 4.'i - Vfxal .Solo Tenor; 
Grade "H' ; prelmunary and final. 

(a) ' Tlie Knotting Song" (Purcell), 
I songs of tlip British Isles, Fred- 
erick Harris): (b) "The Dream 
Village" (Key P) (Rowley). Cramer). 
John Ball. Edmund Pearson, David 
B. Campb^. 

Class 49— Vocal Solo*: Bass; Grade 
"B"; preliminary and finaL Com- 
peting for certifioafee. (a) "Love 
Me" (Key C) (Handel), (Paterson | held by .st 
songs by Handel, edited Dlack); 

(b) "My Loves an Arbutus" (Key 
P» (Stanford). Boosey <fe f:oni- 
pany) Franklin Cox, James Traver 
I Taconia > . 

Class 50— Rose Bowl Competition : 
Preliminary. Final at eveiUng ces- 



SKCRKTS uf sticnce will be reflfitrd in a huge fivc-tOn mass which arrived M 
Instituti i t I( ihnoli>Kv .i' P.isadciij Cal. It will be carefully polished lot two years and then converted 
into a mur 1 t i i^^f .i ^t i - ""iiui al study Photograph shows il hriiiK lifted liy a i raiir off a flat car. 
The glass, ten feet in diameter and eighteen inches thick, will be used to teat a auttcen-loot mirror. 



MATNABO * IONS 
Aac t ien e eea GS921 



Little Pigs '; Willows School. Grade 
V. •t>n the Bridge of ATtgnon." 

Class 123 — Irish Folk Dances: 
Under fourteen years; Junior; pre- 
liminary and fiiiiil Competing for 
Sir John A. MacDonald Challenge 
Cup. now held by .St. Lou Is College 
(a) "T?ip Walls of Limeriek " Dances 
From Old Homelands (Elizabeth 
BurchonaD; (b) own selection 
(Elizabeth Burchenal). Quadra 
School, "Siege of Annl.s"; St. Louis 
College. "Eight -Hand Reel"; Violet 
Fowltes'. School of the Dance, 
"Waves of Troy"; Russian Ballet 
School: Mary IsdaIeDaiMen.''Bliice 
Fartla." 

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 
Morning Session, 9 o'clock 
Judge: Mrs. Stanley D. Skeene 

Cla-ss 135 Elocution, boy or girl 
under 17; preliminary and final. 
(;(iini)etlng for Challe!!..! i ' ip. pre- 
.sented bv the Ca,nadinn I )iiiighters' 
Lj-agiie. A.s..etnl)ly No. 5, now held 
by George G. Weeks Little "Shliis 
of St. John" (Bliss Carmen' Olive 
Bumip (Nanalmo), Anne Jane 
White. Joan Salter. Raymond H. 
Rose. Dorothy Davles. Joyce Hann, 
Ruth Evelyn Shaw, Jackie Cooper, 
Jean Hooper. Margaret Drummond. 
Baitara Motik, Loroa Jane Barker, 
Patricia Swan. Ooorge O. W. litUe 
and Jean Andrevas. 

Class 13g Elocution, senior; girls 
over 16 and under 19: preliminary 
and flnnl Comi->eting for certifi- 
cate. "Margantae Hororol" (W. E. 
Henley). Oixil Abercromble. Norah 
D. Cullen, Jean Andrewes 'Duncan). 
Catherine O Hara, Huth Eileen 
Shepherd and Margaret Drummond. 

Class KIT Elorutlon, senior; boys 
over 111 and under 19; preliminary 
and final Competing; for certifi- 
cate. "A Consecration" (J<^ Mase- 
fleld). Harry Potter and JofaB Wil- 
liam McPhall. 

Saturday Afiemeen 

FIRST UNITED ( Hl'Rt H 

Afternoon Session. 3 o'Clock 
Judge: Dr. Perey HuH 

Cla.s.s lOR Orchestra, rhjrthmlc; 
pnllmlnary and final. Competing 
for the Gyro Challenge Cup, now 
Margaret s .SclKtol. "Bal- 
let Music In G' 'Schubert'. 'The 
rhythmic band series. ;,eries 1: ar- 
ranged by Ernest Read and Joseph 
WilUam.s'. Tolmle .School "A" 
Rhythmic Orche.stra, St Margaret's 
"A" Band. Oaklands Rhythm Band, 
Mt. Tcdmle Rhythmic Orchestra. Ualaarjr and flaaL 



> now lieki by 
t^uartette 
.hin.s', I Novellu 
343 I ; lb) "In 
;v li'-d" lEd- 
I. of Trios. 
Studio 



Hollywood Rhythmic Orchestra, St. 
Margaret's "B ' Rand Toimle School 
"B" Rhythml' > • : v i 

Class 107— -On licbtia, toy sym- 
phony. Competing for the George 
J. OylDe Challenge Cup, now held 
by the Mlas D. rtauMds Toy Sym- 
phony. Ornn galagtloi i._ Victoria 
Toy SympfceeVi "^^ly Bjuigwew 
(Haydn). 

Class 28— Quartette, R S A A. Com- 
peting for tl,i' Vilst United Church 
Choir Chall'ii^;e Cii( 
the MetroiK>lltan I -u 
1 a' "Tt:! H, ' ■ H: 

f-xlltioli I !'l I'KS N" 

Going to .M \ I ' 
wards). (Novr., - v.<! 
No. 4g2). F. J. Nurding 
Quartette <Taooma. Wasli.). 

Class 34 — Vocal duet, mixed 
voices; ST., 8.B., A.T.. or A.B.: pre- 
liminary and final. Competing for 
certificates Isatwlle CTrawford and 
Kdrniind Pearson. "My Song Shall 
Be Always Thy Mercy" (Hymn of 
Praise), (MendeLssohn). 

Class 51— Vocal solo, open; lady 
or gentleman: preliminary and final. 
(Singer playing own accompani- 
ment). Competing for certificate 
Own selection; not over ten minutes 
Atme Bapty. P. A. Gibba, Dorothy 
Carey, Elsie M. Friend. "Who Is 
Sylvia" ( Schubert) : Josephine 
Charlebols, "nie Man in the Moon" 
(Coates); Sheila Conway, Mrs. L. 
M. McClellan. "Chan.son de Florian" 
(Oodard); S. Audrey Wood, "The 

I..-VSS With the Delicate Air* (Aim); 
Sylvia Holland. 

Class 47 — Vocal solo, baritone: 
Grade "B"; preliminary and final. 
Competing for certificate, (a) "Song 
of the Bow," key B fUtt (Stanford). 
(Cramer); (b) "Who Would Shep- 
herd Pipes Fnvake," key E flat, 
two pastorals (Ferrer), (Novello ft 
Company). John Ware (Saanlch), 
Reginald P. Stofer. George Fox arid 
Fred K IVinnel'iv ' C >nrf enav ' . 

Cla.s,s 43 - Vix-al .solo contralto; 
Grade "R"; prelin inarv and final. 
Competing for certificate. (a) "I 
Know a Bank." key F (Martin 
Shaw). (Crameri; 'in ' I.ove Is a 
Bable." key E flat i r Novello 
& Company). M- ) Rocking- 
ham. Elsie I'Vyat' n Dames, 
Dwynwen Bvana, Anne Bapty and 
Kathleen Craig. 

CITY TEMPLE 

Afternoon Ses..^ion 
Judges Mr II, .in:i.. F I lunhlll and 
Professor Coillngwood 
Class 100— String ensemble. Jun- 
ior; not less than t to play; pre- 
liminary and flnaL Competing for 
the Kola Levtenne Cup, now held 
by Christ Church Cathedral. "Venus 
and Adonis," three movements 
(Blow). Oeorgc J. Dyke String 
Orchestra 

Clas,s 109- Orclic.stra. Junior; pre- 
liminary and final Competing for 
the Hud.son's Bay Company Chal- 
lenge Cup. Own selection; not over 
ten minutes. Victoria High School 
Orchestra. 
Class 103— Flute solo. Junior; prc- 
Ownp e Un g far 



certificate. Own selection: not over 
five minutes. Nahdln H. 'Voung. 

( ",i v, ! !0 Orchestra. .S4THor; pre- 
lijiiiiiai , and final Comi>cling for 
the Hotary Club Challenge Shield 
Own .seiectloli, not over ten min- 
utes Vakima I.lttle .S\ n i ; tn .ny Or- 
chestra and Koval Ciiy ()ri Lestra. 

C!as.s ! " 1' t Junior; 

preliminary and final. Competing 
for certificate. Own selection; not 
more than five minutes. Byron 
Prke, Oordon Odament (Vancou- 
ver), Bddie Gooch (Vancouver), 
James Fairbrook (Yakima. Wash.). 
Jack Court, Bill Combs (New West- 
minster), Marjorle Nicholson (Van- 
couver', Harrlc Stewart (Vancou- 
ver i. lUiNinond Pellow. 

Cl;us.s KKi Woxl-Wlnd Quartette: 
Junior, preliminary and final. Com- 
peting for the Herbert Anscomb 
Cup, now held by Kitsilano Boys, 
No. 1. Own seleotlon; not more 
than five minutes. Woodwind Quar- 
tette, Kitsilano Boys' Band (Van- 
couver). 

Class 111 — Junior M.i nd.\ Players 
imder twenty-one yea:' prelimi- 
nary and f^nal. Comivetmg lor the 
United Coiinnerclal Travelers of Orpheus 
America, V: *■ i i Council, No. 434,' 
Shield, n. V by Kitsilano High 
School Band, Vancouver, (a) "Prin- 
eess of India (Overture). (King), 
(Bamhouse. Askalooaa, towa); (b) 
March (not more than five minutes) . 
Vancouver Juveniles Band. I^ltsilano 
Boys' Band, Vancouver Girls' Band, 
nie Dally Province Band, West 
Vancouver School Band, New West- 
minster Junior Band. 

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 

Afternoon fi^ion, 2 o'(71ock 
Jud|re, Mrs. Stanley D. Skene 
Clssa 130 — Xtocution: Primary, 
boys under ten; preliminary and 
final. Comi>eting for oertiflcate. 
"Ears" (D. M. HoUand). Morley 
Nash (Duncan). Donald G Land, 
Rodney Grainger (Cobble Hill), 
James McAllUt?r, Ronald MacDon- 
ald, Edmund S. Rose, Robert P. 
Canova. 

Class 138— Elocution: Open; la- 
dies; preliminary and final. Com- 
peting for certificate. "Macbeth" 
(Act I, Scene 6). Lady MadBeth, "He 

brings great news . , . The future In 
the Instant" (Shakespeare); 'King 
Henry VIH" (Act II, Scene 2). from 
"Sir, I desire you do me right . . . 
Your plcii-sure be fulfilled" (Shake- 
speare) Irene Canova. Catherine 
Craig. Beatrice E. Chadwlck, Amelia 
Siewert, Nellie Redgrave. Edna Mac- 
Kenile. Winifred £. Keevil, Miss 
Nesta BUS (Duncan). Phyllis Rush- 
ton (Nanalmo). Gwendolen Cox. 
Eileen Davis, L. Pltkethlay. Bma 
Morbey. Dorothv White. Mildred U. 
Barker, Mrs. Oldham (OoWda Bill), 
Marianne R. Dobbin. 

VICTOBIA HIGH SCHOOL 

Afternoon Ses.slon, 2 o'Clock 

Judge, Mrs. Cols worth Clarke 



I s d a I e Dancers. "Fjalla.spoLska"; 
Violet Powkes Studio of the Dance, 
- Half Moon"; RuHlaa Ballet Sdiool, 
"Tarantelle." 

Claxs 128 ^Scottish Folk Dancing: 
.Senior Comi)etlng for Qeorge Mac- 
c. i : Challenge Cup, now held by 
Mary Lsdale Dancers, Vancouver, 
(a) "The Puavktai Bael" C Beet tiiil \ 
Country Dances. Patterson): (b) 
Own Ooleetlon (Scottish Country iX^T.^rf 
Dances. PattarMn>. Mary isdaic 
Dancers, waits, ♦•Country Dance. " 

Satarday Evening 

ROYAL VICTORIA TREATmB 

Evening Session. 8 o'Clock 
All Judges In Attendance 
Class 101 — String Buemble: 
Senior. Competing for the A. E. 
Scurrah Challeage C^. mter- 
moMO and MOetume" (From Suite 
for String Orchestra). 



natives ui Afica, his 
of primitive nattire." 

Almost a legendary 
theeoaataaf tbaBed 

to the equator, wherever native 
tribes and Arab traders meet, de 

MiintK ..! is now becoming a symbol 
Ml 1 to ilie youth of France. 

It. ^ '.'..'in tlo ;;ot ru.sh to the siaiid- 
i.id o! 'lie tliebliind Leon Daildet, 
or Leon Blum, the n rcconeiliable are 
turning to the de Monfreld tradition, 
.seeing his picturesque life as more 
alluring, more dramatic, more piUii- 
I ive. 

IS MOT ASHAMED 

When he came to Djibouti, the 
governor of French Somallland told 
liiin "Vou are not an .\rab. you are 
I''rencli-born, are you not ashamed 
to he called name by coolie.s of the 
lowest cla.s.s'^ ■ 

" I am not ashamed. On the con- 
traiy, what worries me is to know 
the opinion these xiatlvee hold at 
Europeans. X shaU do my beat not 
to be included in their number." an- 
swered the Frenchman with the 
eagle profile. 

"The opinion of these savages l.s 
more to you than ours'?" De Mon- 
freld bowed. It was his farewell to 
civilization 

PRESTIGE IS GREAT 
His prestige among the nativas 
has become great. He frequented 
Somali oafee, spoke only Arabic or 
African tongues, went In the tropi- 
cal sun without a hat, dressed like 
an Arab, lived like a native Wtier • 
the last of the waters of the Re<i 
Sea are sucked up In the onru-sli of 
rom the Southern Hemis- 
phere, he dived for pearls off the 
shores of Dahlac, the island of 
pearls. 

Soroerers. jealous of de Monfreld'a 
influence over the natives, whispered 
the foreign corsair drank toasts to 
the angels of darkness. But when 
he strung electric lights acro,ss the 
palace of the King of Aby.sslnia last 
year, and built a power plant at 
Djibouti, the natives said, "white 



Bridge). Goodwin and Tabb7cTr'l'""«'^"'" •»« h* » fO 



wen). Cathedral String Orchestra. 

Class 8 — Male Choirs: Adult; 
under twenty-five voices. Comr>et- 
lug for Victoria Burns Club Chal- 
l^Mige Shield, (a) "Who Is Sylvia ' 
Dunhlll), (Novello St Co., Ltd., The! 

New Series, No. StS); (b) 
"How Sleq> the Brave" (Granville 
Bantoek), (Novallo ft Co., Ltd., The 
Orpheus New Series, No, 584). 
Canadian Pacific Railway (Vancou- 
ver) Male Voice Choir. 

Falk Dancing — Group to be 
selected 

ChT-ss 50— Rose Bowl Competition: 

Final. 

Folk Dancing — Group to be 

selected. 

Class 9— Ladies' Cbolni: No limit. 
Competing for The DaUy Colonist 
Challenge Shield, now held by the 
VIotorU Ladles' Chair, (a) "The 
Flight of the Swallows" (Armstrong 
GIbbs). 



at that, 

VABUDC/ 

From pearl diving he became slave 
trader, dealer in contraband ariiw, 

and finally confidante and coun.sel- 
Inr of the King of Aby.ssinia. nie 
destiny of this strange country be- 
came his destiny "Africa Is the last 
sanctuary of primitive nature Let 
It remain imgan. Let It e.sca|)e Iho 
contagion of civilization. I would 
give my aoul to keep it so," he said. 

He has already, in a sense, pledged 
his aoul, the mamier o( It he taUa 
in his confessions, The Secrets of 
the Red Sea." 

"While the stars pass slowly atxivn 
mv head I think of all the uii'uio\*ii 
towards whicli I am salliiiK The 
mon.M uii 1 ) ,es and drives us sw,iftly 
toward'. l'.,il)-eI-Mandet), the Port of 
Lumen' ,it ii iii.s 

There follows a titanic stnigglc 
between the wit and will of man and 
the fury of nature. A wind from the 



(accompanied). (Wlnthrop 

^.^.,?^^^?!^.!!! ?.^°!;^L?*"-^'<= ff>r!N^%To^rrn wiV^tjM'ftStoS 

mrmsoon whipping the sea Into a 



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Auctioneers and bapert Appraas<-r.^ 



THE bHiHPt-K lo CLR(/MNLY DOING HIS P/ART IN iML CAMf^/MGN TO ^ 

MAKE the'raiuroap remepy conpitions arounp th e pepot. 



Sale Thursday 



Atl:ie»Ji. 



Superior, Eaglisb 
and Coiooial 

Furniture 



In Our Auction Halls 
Comer Pandora and Blaashard 
(PUU partteulan lat«r> 



Note— Ooods for fJnln nice sale 
received or sent for up to 10 a.m. 



Onmdoro Group* 

Rmmme Shipping 

Grandoro Mines. Ltd has re 



sumed shipping ore after being hekilu cetimated 20M 
UB Mr • t&ig tr M tmm, JMajkawMMMtst 

i 



oonpaagr was recently fully n- 
for aperaticoB on a larger 
Urn property is In the Oao- 
yoos district, twenty-seven milea 

southeB.st of Pentlcton. About 250 
tons of ore wltii values running 
frrmi I T,s to 2 28 ounoaa to :1k t .i 
arr 11. ked rea/1y for shipment .S fMK) 
>' iiiiig ore Is binned, and II 
U cetimated ao.aog MM «( ora have 




Festivals. Boosey & Hawkes); (b) 
"TO M i.sic. to Becalm His Pfever" 
(Armstrong Qlbbs), (unaccompa- 
nied). (Wlnthrop Rogers Edition of 
Choral Music for Festivals, Boosey 
ft Hawkca). nie Schubert Club of 
Victoria. Vanoouver Ladies' Choir 
(Vaneouver). the St. Cecilia Chor- 
isters (Vaaooum), VMarla Ladies' 
Choir. 



GOVLRNMLM MAKtS 
NEW APPOINTMENTS 



Class 122 — Any authentic dance 
fit the British Isles: Lockl; senior; 
pMtimlaary aiKl final. Competing 
for Mrs. J. O. Cameron dudlenge 
Cup, senior, now held by dt. Mar- 
garet's School Hornpipe 
(Danoes of the ]• .• Mizabeth 
Burchenal); (b) Own Selection 
(authority optional). Victoria Girl 
Guide Association. "Lads-a-Bun- 
chum"i Russian Ballet Scho< 



Wellington C. Kelly K C, of Sum- 
mtoland, has been appointed official 
administrator for that porti. n of 
Yale County embraced In ttie -South 
Okanagan electoral dL-^trid The 
appointment of Edward M Carruth- 
ers, of Kelowna. formerly ofliclal ad- 
ministrator for South Okanagan, hxs 
been rescinded. R, A Glas.sford, a 
forest ranger in the Vancouver dii- 
trlct. is made a special constabta to 
enforce provisions of the Forest Jm. 
Robert Barlow, of Rersley. is named 
la Justice of the Peace. 



Additional provincial elections 
commissioners are app'>!M''(! in 



Whirlpool of contending eurrants. 
These seise like pitllesa serpents on 

the little boat. 

"THt Mussulmen are resigned, 
knowing that Allali is ull-iK>werful. 
What will come to pa-ss Is written. 
Nevertheless, lo gain an adej)! to his 
faith, Mahomet can work miracles 
I announce, therefore, to my men, 
at the moment the ship is about to 
sink, that I will become a Mussul- 
man if we are saved. 

"At once a mysterious force 
snatches us from the whirlpool. It 
is the miracle. At thLi strange Junc- 
ture I become a Mohammedan, and 
take the name of Abd el Ilal" 

.So he pursues hl.s wny. n mvstery 
' ■> I, ' i .iii\e^. ail enigma to the 
Eiuopean, living a life varied and 
dn niatic and developing more and 
more power to communicate the 
fascination of those sudden and ter- 
rible struggles by the wind of ty- 
phoons, beaten upon by the tropical 
rains which break like glass against 
the rocks, his love of Africa grows, 

"The Isolation of nature fasclnate.s 
and draws me Irresistibly." he con- 
f( • .',^',^ "I feel horn again witliln me 



Delta, Columbia The Island... Hev-| those profound forces wlilch the op- 
elstokc, Nrtsuii Cie .ton, Vancouver, pression of Ufa in tiM l)Hid holda 

'captive." 



Bumaby and Yale ridings. 



OtaM ia4-^nigliah Country Dane- ^ 
ing: Under fourteen years; Junior; i 
prslimtnary and final. Compet i • 
for Kent Piano Challenge Cup, n . ^ 
held by Mary I.'vlale Dancers (Van 
couven, (a) "Oodde-wes" (Cecil .i 
Sharpe. Part II); (b) Own Seh 
tlon (authority optional' M i- 
lsdale DancerJi, "Boon 
Russian Ballet 8ch(x>l. "Mage on < 
Cree "; St. Margaret's School, 
AU the World Were Paper." 

Class IM—Mk Daaeiiig: Oth^r 
than that cttMBKltm Isles; under 
fourteen years; Junior; preliminary 
and final CMii(>etlng for T>avis A- 
King Challenge Cup. no%- Iw-ld In 
Mary T.^lale Dancurs, \ . • . ■ 
(a) "Oxdansen" (Folk I).<ii.< ,< i ' 
Singing Game*. Elizabeth P • 
nal); (b) Own Selection (EllzabeUi 
Bundienal). Mary lsdale Dancers. I 
"TMkailvelika" (Three Mens 
Polka). I 

(Hass IM — English Coun': 
Dances: Senior; preliminary ai 
final. Competing for Elk.s' crhai- 
lenge Cup now held by Ist Victoria 
Range II •Nonesuch" (Cecil J.! 

.Sharpe Pan ID. 'b' ' vi-ii Selec- 
tion inulhf)rity optl<:; •'ot leaa 
than five to dance, bi. Margaret's 
School "A." "Viper's Fancy"; Mary 
lsdale Danam. Ticking Dp Bttcks ; 
1st OewleteB OoMas^": Bk Mar- 
gant's "B,' '-me Old Male": 1st 
Cowlchan Girl Guide* "A" Team, 
■■spring Garden", * Girl 
AASoclaflon . .-^Lately," 
T' .k : >:\:: mg: Ot,hrr 
Uh lAles; 



Guides' 

( ia.'.i 



[I: 



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.KTvr.u- ;t; ri.i: , aiid nrial Com- 

peting for B.C. Bectric challenge 
Cup. now held ky Msry UA.\lr Dan- 
osrs, Vaneouver. (a) "La Jota; 
(Daaees from OU Boaidaaiib Sisa- 
beth Burchenal >: (k> Own Sel^' 
tlon (BUaabeth BWrtHMD* Mary^ 



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M'W APRIL 2 9 , 1934 



TO THE LADIES 



Ir VIRGINIA VANK- 



NAPOL£ON AND UNCL£ hAJ&\ 



Wl*E A8KH FOK KOLiy DOMthTlC VIK rLL^I*LUi 
I>«ar MiM Vaac: I am Uitcndlnf to marry !M>on. If the girl I !«▼(> 
will havr me. Nhc asys she caniMt aukc ap her mlad akMl SM ni. I 
am ronfldrnt tluU I wiU maJkm » (m< kariNuUI m I 
uid I do iMt BMfe* ar irtak f* fllvt. I Ml 

myarir I an I I ll kr I *mM tlMt«f^. tkst the 

*» MM* ••■il < • WMH ikaa take a chance on m«. Aa »be will 

•••• fcw •■•WW jr«t I am writliif to you hopinf lhat you will f Ivf 
ne a word of rncoararrment. — B S. 

I^'U t ru&h tlM- lady Olv<' tit-r plenty oi tlUM la vlliob tO BMk« Up 
hr-r niliid about you She 11 be u more rMMOAMt VMl Ml 1M to 
utter the ett rnal m^XXmH. "Why did JTOtt BMkt M BMHtJT fMt" tfjrou 

avoid giving h«r tlM fMllBC tliKt your pii<tli<im li focttDf her teto a 
tiMty ' _ ■ 

nw i ntlino try t* ted mbm more positive values to i>ut 
M of qiMiltflfntkw for tabic • (ood hiubutd. 

% man doecnt amolte or drink or philander he need not 

xMiiK a gCMXI ha'iiind Iiiciccd he can ht- h>. 
make a woman s lifr iiii.vral)lc Vci s <ilieii 
Iter and non-diinktr l.\ piined up with m If- 
fiLs heli)nieet wretched by leadlriK ftie Two 

her twice a day 
\ldcr, pure mid .simple, a |>fit<rt i \:,inph- of 
rht Ui be ( irii n pnouKh the if p. Ii-i-Ls thai, 
wife and dlllih'-n ha'/biii pci hai*i gtjiu- hav- 
Iniic hmi.'self in k;ent! (V^ity he is (utlMed to 
Actually lu' miglii tx- n-slonLshed to leani 
hobblng her lieuit i.uf v.tlh Kiulltudc at all 

U alflfc and tired oi living wltb a man 
ind 



By Clifford McBrid^ 

I 



five himself full marks I 
moral sa th«y come and s 
the upright moral rion-Mi 
rlKl '''ou.i^e^«. and rnalcea 
Hundred ( ■Mirmaiidmelils 
NcilfH-r Is I hi' comI [i 
what till- KiKxl liu'h;in(! c 
having cU>thed and fed hi 
wire at Chrl.ifma-s and nt 
medal', tur jx : (e< t, behayl 
\\.-\\ Uii woman i.sn' 

but that on Uie cootrary 
concentrates aB hla time 
about It 

She loots (or aoaeoi 
ketnc-^-avea though ih* h> 
In mtm to hwuM sue 
Any young woman ct 
than being tied to a mai 



being U 
ifortlMi 




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to treat her ac though *o ««M • hanao 
to glvo IB the ten-nom houee, and tiM aew 
treatmeoi 

teU you that there are greater Joys in life 
who Is Just a simple domestic soul with no 
plans for the evening but i Iqulet rest before the fire (<dlowed Immediately 

By a »entle dore Plenty f Rlrl^ hnve told me that they'd And it eaMer 



f O f'>| 1/ '. r K U H I I 'i-t I M I I 

men For '»^hi'u ii woman 
'.ome fuii, and llie t>olld 
liappiiievi jibbl as efTectn 
^PPrvsltf 

All this does nrt mea 
place In iTiam.wd' Wooj 
have RiifTft<'ienl character S 
She still waiit.'s to (eel th^ 
But aided to that she 
for the rest of her natura 
•he want! to be humored 
ft aaaa who undam 
A Bttn aaar oven out 



s youi 



it 1 1 a 1 1 Mil p 't < >l II 1 , -sl H V 

IK and .still m love v. itl: 



i - 1 1' i| n»- S( lei 1 - 

ite. slie wants 

)mestlcity of her Worthy mate can ruin her 
as could the dls-suialion of hl.s extreme 



For women want to ti 
dences of that 1 . r .' i 
hold bills, more \' \) ^ t 
.spou.sos neither ' • ► ■ 
«pecta< le of a i ■ .i > 



to Infer th.it the good old virtues are out ol 
Still want t.i r m.in to Ix' rcllRlile and to 
to luui hl.s health with excesses of ajiy :.()ri 
finr .. .u"..'d s Hian — and not a weakling 
antjs her husband to remain her sweetheart 
fe. Shetwaints his tendemeu and hl.s pity 
ice In a while, fussed over occasionally. She 

her moods and qrmpathlias with mm 
■t eooM of the more obrloua vtolaia and atiii 
to tha moil ironderfid hu#-^ In the wertd to a vonuui whom ho under 
■lands, pete and humors. 

loved, first aad ImmMA and they want evl- 
' '^s ^NMIMP* for ptflng the house- 
. K i ed iMMMBIi to tlio edtoot that their 
'>)'' lander— more gntttlylBg than tlie 

i dnlli<.v>tlClty. 



Think It o\. r ns iind make up your ndnd that you've got to work 
hard to t)r a KfHfi hasband. even though yc>ur vlrtiie.s are many. There 
\f. .still much for you to learn about the art of makinn a marrlape .success. 
And you must no' make the matrimonial venture with the Idea that 
you've got :iK the rule.s of the vw.v.' <\'<\\\\ pat 

Yearn of study, voliunas of patience, and an infinity of love will teach 
yen to mato yoor wUie bappy. 



Unhappy Hire Don I despair. The right sort of boy will come your 
way yet. You needn t b'' afraid of missing your chance of happlne.sA— 
iu)t unless you forfeit it by going around now with the wrong kind of 
beys and gettinr the leputatlmi which wiu frighten away your Idea of 
a nloe nan. 

71m laasfliit suitor seems to need some slight encouragement^that's 
aB. Dont let your imagination work in the wrong dlreotlon. He la prob> 
ably not asking you for a date because he hasnt the nar?e. If you think 
that he's Intereeted. make tha break yourself. Aak him to oome to see 
you. You've known him long enough to make that auggestkm wttbout 
gtrlng the Impnaslon that you're chaitog hard after him. 

If your worst suspicions of him are eorreet dmit be afraid to let him 
go. He cant do you any good and hJa oowtaBt oonpaay might do your 
reputatlon a lot of harm. 

(Coarrlsbt. ltS4. »r ttw awwHtiJ mw wwi s. Um.) 




A Likeness 5o Heal the AriUt Can'L TeU HU Lativwt 




By J. Miliar Wat^ 





riLLic 



1 iie Llei iiul {luasUon 

"TALK,, HftV 



By Wesiovei: 




M CANADIAN 18 
^ybAK BtkT KINli 



4-ETHBKlDOE, April 28 (CP). — 
Frank atudenka, a new Canadian. 

who emigrated to Cmada from 



of here, the twenty • sU • year - 

farm student raised 19.68 tons of 
sugar beets to the acre In 1933, on 
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BRUGES, Bclgiuin, March 2h (UP).— TIm crcatkm of a 
new nation in Wcsfern Kuiope, embracmf; Holland, a 
large part oi Belgium and a corner of Fraace, is the goal 
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CHAiniSK XX 

A doth wmnA th* doorway to I 



It. 

nearly 

little white 



t^-sKle II Uttk' while church yon -aid tbatl' 



ynti iirvpr le«m It? 

r icHiiied whole chapters oJt 
Toll', w >icn I was ; boy 
SI ^ '. M ATS (mo. In a 
h( 

In Iowa. My father was a minister. 
So I know the fate of the leader. 

" And Uia Lord lald unto Moees, 
Bahold ttqr <ktf* apivoach that thou 

Tian ^Mri!iMiiii''raMnmi' Mm' 
I Biay flTt him • <lMffi. 

" 'Oharn JMhna and encourase 
him, and atnntthen him; for he 



know better. I shall mc !ie city; 
but I shall never enter it I am 
whenlhe dooTopenad It'tot^ no "ke Mows. Tony. I can lead you to 
ahaft of light to betray iha camp t»» wUdemess of thi-s v.orW^ but 
to any hovering airman of tha 1© tta promiajjd placaiL 
enemy. Tony closed the door be- 1 rwnember your B»la, TVnyr or dw 
hind him and Eve. tluii.«il a.slde thf 
cloth and faced Hendron, who was 
seated uiTri,<ht In bed, hl.s hair 
White ac the cover ol hla pillow. 

■to tyea, lane and rettloM. gazed 
at Ma daugbtar and at hia lieu- 
t^tiMtt* Mid hIa thin addia 
plucked at the blanket over him. 
Have they come again, Tony?" 
chaUengad. ntam tbay oome 
again?" 
■No. air." 

'Tho-se that came, they are all 
de id" ■ 
■ Ye.";, sir." 

• And none of flat" 

• No. alr.- 

"Arm aoma of yo ur w lm onto the 
war, ToDjr.** 
"What, alrf* 

" 'Arm some of yourselves unto 

the war,' Tony! 'Tur the Lord 
ap ' : 'o Mofee.s, .saying: 

\ ' ;i»<e tlie <'liJldren of Lsrael 
of the iVlKii.iiiii'- . afterward.s .shalt 
thou be Kattieicd unto thy people. 

" 'And Moses spake unto the peo- 
ple, saying, Arm some of yourselves 
'unto the war, and let them ffO 
against the Mldlanltes.' 

"How many of tha Ifldianltaa 
hara you datn, TOnyr* 
MM« than fifty, sh-," aald Tony. 
"Thart might be five hundred 
more. We don't know the .^ize of 
Ihflr .'hip: we don't know how 
niiinv came Its clear they have 
taken po!v.se.s.sl()ii of one flf this dttlM 
of the Other People." 
' Ye.s. sir." 
■ Then we must move into an- 
other. You must lead my people 
into the city you found, Tony-— Uie 
city I shall never aea." 
"You ahaU see It. strl" Tony cried. 
Dont speak to me as IX to a 



We'll movaf* 
Kv.Tvthlng?" 

Pfiipif I 
t^k lor the rest.' 

WHItamaon atappad forward. 
'Congratulate' yoi^ Tony. Olad." 
others t-onprratulated Tony. Then 

1 :i( IiKiii raiih |>i<|>iirc<l 

to march at la>>t from the vvildti 
ness. They prepared ha.suly and 
In the dark. 

An hour after issuing his orders, 
Tony stepped Into ■mORmll JMOse. 
Bvt was there. 

"How is ha?" 

She shook har haad. IMMeos." 
Tony atarad at tha glii 1 won- 
der " 

She seiasd hto hand. "TU i^ad 



child I" Hendron rebukad him. 

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A sketch of one of die hemispheres 
of Bronson Beta made by Tony 
Drake from the globe in the Other 
People's City. 

Shan go over before this people, 
and he shall cause them to Inherit 
the land which thou shalt see.' 
Joshua -mv Jcvliua, Tonv ue nni.st 
m^vc, mii^c. move toniKht Move 
into one of their cities. 'Thou art 
to pass ever Jordan this day, Tony, 
'to cities great and feneed up to 
heaven.' " 

Hendron stopped sneaking and 
fell back oa hia plUow. Hto eyes 
cloeed. 

"Yes, sh-." Tony said softly. 
"The cities I shaU never aee!" 
Hendron mUHBUred WlUk mflnlte 

re(?ret. 

"But Father — " Bve whispered 
The old man leaned forwar<l 
again. "Go, Tony' I throw the 
torch to you 'Your place is the 
place I occupied. Lead my people. 
Fight! Live! Become glorlousl" 

-You'd better leaf*.* Hre said. 
I'U watch here." 

Tony went out into the darkness 
He whispered to a few people whom 
he encountered. Presently he stood 
inside the rirculnr room that was 
nil that rrni, lined of the Ark No 
tent or portliole allowed light to 
f^li( r Into tlie dark and black night. 
With him were Ransdell and Van- 
derbllt and Jack Taylor, Dodson 
and Williamson, Shirley Cotton and 
Von Beits, and many others. 

Tony stood in front of them: 
We're going to embark for one of 
the Other People's cities— at once. 

The night Is long, fortunately " 

Williamson, who had once openly 
suggested that Tonv .should nni be- 
come their leader, niid who had 
welcomed the reapi)earflnr,e of Hen- 
dron. now .«!tinke dubiously. 

"I'm not In favor of that policy. 

We have the blast tubes " 

"I cannot question it, ' Tony an- 
swered. ."Hendron decided." 
"Then why tont he here?" 
There was silenoe hi the room 
ony looked from face to face. His 

■ n countenance was .stone-Uke 
ili.s eyes stopped on the eyes of 
R.m.vleli His vole • wa.s low 

"Hendton turned over the com- 
nmiid (o nie *' 

• Oreal ' lUn.sdell was the first 
to grasp Tony's hand. "I'm In no 
shape for the respoosil>illty like 
that I had for a while." Tony 
looked at him with gratitude hum- 
ing in hto eyea. 

"Orders, thnf" Ranidan a*ed. 
grinning. 

That was better for Tony: action 
was his forte In life He pulled a 
m.-ip from his pocket "fopy of the 
■; t - .Tamei and I found in the 
People's city. " he said. 

1 hey crowded around it; a rough 
i projection of Imaginary parallels 
and meridians marked two circles. 
"Here. " said TDBy, potaittag with a 
pencil, "to Where we are. To the 
south. RaasdaU'a camp. West, the 
city we explored. The Mldlanltes—" 
he smiled. "That's Hendron's term 
for the A.slatics nnd .Taps and Ger- 
mans; It comes from the Pllble — 
the Midlanltes are camped some- 
where to the northwest Yon note 
' ' ity at thta point They doubt- 

■ 'Tcupy that city. Now " 

" pencil moved south and weal 
of the poaltion where they were 
eampad. "You eae that therali an- 
other otty bve. Ztis west of a line 
^'-tweea here and Ranadeli'a camp, 
id about equidistant from both. I 
jgrewt we go to that eltv— tonight. 
' Other :n«d— and 

" ■•>• it The il'.s'.M, t . Rii't be tOf> 

Krra; w , i,,. .r»rtnr.^ " 

Hf" t hfii .((!<!: fK, , ; • ; » !,<> 
■■<"lld (,nt. :.r>r ' , .■ 

itiaf tvr - , ^^ j^g^ York. 

•.. ..ngton. the lltd- 

> tben thto other 

- ntxnil fifty mllps WCOt Of 

« ifere P h tiad e l p lUa would be. while 
the My AuMe and I axploKd to 
■»y % hundred aytoe north of pitta- 



•Why?" 

"I don't know Perhaps because 
I'm half -hysterical with fatigue and 
anxiety. Perhaps because I want 
to Justify him. Hut poaslbly because 

I believe " 

"In Ood?" 

"In some Und of Ood." 
"I do also. Eve. Bftva yovr father 

ready in half an hour.'* 
"It'll be dangerouB to no«« him." 

"I know ■" 

Their voices had unconsclou.sly 
rl.sen — and now from the (.'her 
room came the voice of Hen. i t 
"Ten thousand ahall fail at thv 
right hand— hut It dmtt not OOmr 
nigh thee."* 

They whtopered than. TO have 
him ready," Eve said. 
"Right. I'm going out agatai." 
"Tony!" It was Hendron again. 
"I know you are there! Hurry 
them. For surely the Mldlanltes 
are preparing apum st you." 
"Yf i, Cole ' xo soon." 
In tlie nigi. t the cold agair 
Tony looked • i ! the aurora 
veiled stars, a^if he expected a 
most to catch sight of CK>d there. 

VanderltUt called to him, cniiMi 
BOftly: "The first truck is rcau\ 
"Dispatch It " 

"Right. And the second will sUrt 
hi thirty mlnulest" 

"Exactly." 

• Which will ymi taker 

"Second." 

'And who oommanda the flmtf" 

"RansdelL" 

Vandaittlt went away. 
Tony watched the first truck with 
Its two trailers one piled fun of 
goods, the other Jammed ylfh peo- 
ple. They were like soldiers going 
to war, or like refugees being evac- 
uated from an endangered jkj- 
••iition Thry lumbered through the 
|d;i;k and out of sight^-ailhouettes 
! i^^inst the stars . . • Motor 
.sounds . . . Silence. 

When the second oonroy was 
ready. Tony and Williamson carried 
Hendron abord on a litter. Tlte old 
man seemed to be sleqdng. Kve 
walked beside him. 

The motor ahead emitted a 
muffled din Wheels turned; the 
three .sections bumbled Into the 
blackness toward the Other Peo- 
ple's road. When they had reached 
It. travel became amooth; a single 
ray of light, a feeble glow, showed 
the way to tha driver. 

The people In the trailer wrapped 
themselves in an assortment of 
garments and blankets which they 
had snatched up again.sf the .som- 
ber chill of this early Autumn night 
on nron.son Beta. 

For an hour they traveled. They 
croRsed through the valley wheiw 
they had cut lumber, and they went 
over the bridge of the Other Peo- 
ple. They reached a fork In tha 
road among foothllto of the Weet- 
em range. It was a fork hidden by 
a deep cut. so that Tony and Eliot 
James had not seen it on their 
flight of exploration. Tlien, sud- 
denly, the light of the truck tractor 
went out. and word came back In 
the form of a .soft human shushing 
that mada all of them silent. 
Tony ran forward "What Is it?" 
The driver of the tni^k— Von 
Beitz-leaned avt In the Stygian 
dark. 

'We Mw a nght ahead! " he 

whtopered. 
"Where?" Tony asked. 

"Over the hills " 

Tony strained his eye.^; and 
against the aui-ora and ilie .surs 
he .saw a series of summit* He 
could even see the metal road that 
wound over the hills, gleaming 
faintly. But there was no light 

Not a sound emerged from th' 
nfty human belnge packed In th 
caravan behind. 

Itie wind blew— a raw wind Then 
there was a .soft, sighing nlulRrion 
Tony grip)ped Von Bella' aim 
"What wa,s that?" 
"Ood knows." 
They strained their eyes. 
Tonv .saw it, then: a shape— a 
1 1 K 11 I 1 r .<i .n and incomprehensible 
shape, moving Slowly on tha atoam- 
ing surtMa of tha " 
them. 

r Hto votes shook 

(To 



The forty -yar old whi vctcrun 
who H.spir«'.s t(j uii'.lc till- DuLili <>f 
F'laiKli-i- VMlh HoIIhikI iind ioitn a 
(irea'cr Netln-rlai.d.s ' on h'a.sci.st 
lini's fri t Iv t.)UI i>f hi.*, work In an 
lulervlew with the Uiuted Preiia. 

Portratta of lluseoUnl and Hitler 
hung on the walto of hto study In 
the little town of St. Michel, where 

he din I t , a movi iiHJiit extending 
Into three .(nmfius H-vsutc th<"ni 
himg a map of l-;i.!M|>f, w'.ili t!i' 
"Groot Nedcilaiid ' which he envi- 
sions outlined in blaclc 

"We are going to create a soUd 
nation by destroying what has di- 
vided it," said Van Severen, a thin, 
.soldler-like figure with a command- 
ing l>er.>'u:>nallty. "We are going back 
t« ba.sic hLstory. The feuds of poli- 
tual parties, cla.ss warfare and tlK' 
capitalist - controlled parliament 
mast go 'I'tie Dutch ix'ople will be 
reunited in a strong corjxK-atlve 
State." 

REVIVED THE SEPARATISTS 
Long b<fore tho war, a separatist 
mov( ineiu had exLsted among the 
Flemish in Belgium. Van Severen 
was active In it. During the war. 
Flemish soldiers maintained a close 
bond of comradeship and often 
showed dtohke for tbeto Walloon of- 
fleers, who spoke a different ton- 
guage. The FlamMa aeparatlat 
movement was kept^vUvw by secret 
means until the Belgian OOVCrn- 
ment outlawed It. 

After the war. in which he ■ .<i 
with conspicuous gallantry, Van 



.Scver'.ri wa.^ (lUTKei.' ;n :evivinK 
ilie movement. He wa.^ eiucled to 

I'ariuunentlB ItU asd aaTTad eigiit 

vt ai .s 

'Dunns 'i'Ht time,* Im gald. "its 
methods lUied me with contempt. 
I leaned to hate the poiHtrians 
from the bottom of my heart 

"I became convinced that our 
people would have to go b;uk to 
the V>eK'!inlnp. to a.ssert the exi.vt 
el! e lit a D'lUil tlHl'.oll an<i to 

develop a great Dutch state. Umler 
the Influence of Charles ibwrr u^. 
the Prench Royalist leader, aud 
the Ttallan Fascist movement, I 

( . '! ; .-,'•! 11 !>•;•< ': . . '! ; H ii H* 1 , e , 'ate, 
W 111 ; 1 1 :.rKe(! ;ii 1 'ai KHiiiriil 

"This cast me my .seat at the 
next eWtion. So in 1931 I organ- 
, 1// d the Verbond van Dletsche 
I Nationaal Soltdartoten, commonly 
called the IMnaioa.' Our ulthnate 
aim to a oonfaderatkm— an 'an- 
sehlu-v ' If vmi will — of the Dutch 

peop'. ' •■ ■ I-' ' ; 

CLAlMb UJtOWiU 

*^e have SJMM members. 4.000 

In our trade unloas and 700 mili- 
tiamen. Only the militiamen are 
forced to wear the green velvet 
shirt. All the men, however, are 
trained by strict discipline. 

"Our strength to growing every 
day. W^ aea- waM asianlaed with 
financial, propaganda, trade union 
and military bnuiches. We now 
< f twenty 'Cre^-ir Hou.'.4\s in 
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sels. Antwerp and Ohent Some of 
them are equipped with attra. • 
cafe^, s(x:lal rooma and llbrarK .v. 

Van iSeveren vigorously denied 
that any financial support for the 
movement had cease from Oer- 
many, aa Bortallst qiusurters have 
charged. Itie Dlnasos" strive to 
counteract all foreign elements with 
Ideas opposed to the movement's 
principles, iiuliiclinif W d m l t and 
pro-French Belgians. 

The Government recently decreed 
against the wearing of uniforms, 
but the "Olnaaoa" evaded tt by 
wearing overcoato to and from their 
meeting phices. — 



Tlie town .skeptic .still wonders 
1 ii ! v -four- foot snowdrift in 
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Says Witchcraft Still 
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tai Kngtoad 



LONDON (BUP). — "The Btock 
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land at the present day." This 
statement nas made hv Dr Halll- 
day Sutherlai.d dui<iiK a lei-turc on 
"Witches and W;iil'xky. ' given be- 
fore tlie Leighton H nise Society. 

"Witchcraft must V considered 
as a religion," he said, 'one that 



prises from a very simple heresy, 
the denial of free win. Hence fol- 
lows the belief tliat the creator of 
the world is evil, as opposed to the 
great Ood. who did not create the 
world. It has extoted as long as 
the race, and it stiU aatoU today. 

"The first reference to witches 
riding on broomsticks dates from 
the Tenth Century, and the ques- 
tion ralMs the whole problem of 
levltatlon. We are either too scei>- 
tical or too credulous abnul tlie 
subject, but there are undoibtedly 
authentically witnessed ca.se.s m his- 
tory." 

Between 1645 and 16M. he added, 
over 200 men and women p «> H tt H 
In England alone on dhargea of 
witchcraft the vast majority of 
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jyraftj in hrr mantlr nf grrrn ar^ hrown. 

Quern ot ^rr spai louJ ^<itp, 
II nhttdinft '^r mi/l liorU't Iragic /rotfn, 
,Th€ tlow rii<-,l. Uiiurelii, loVaUt tolM , 

( hnj/i In her nni-ient wayi. 

A Ham% of gold Jirrrpi over the sk\/ 
IVhtrt th» wild Olximpu t rangr. 

Their eroggy en»U, uprtartd on high. 

Through tirtltn cantorfM dtfy 
The challmgt of time and ckanga, 

A ihten of tilver it m lk« um 
In ih* light •/ iht riting mMH. 
Bmealh lAa f t i l mimtm ktm 
W» »ip llm teuit af Ht* mA Wwtr. 

Till Jarkneu c«int$ tea «*MI. 

C* farA, ita km f a mm at tha atari, 
Ya 9fwahar$ af AmJs a^JI gat^, 

Yaar grttJ ii m pititat Uung apari. 

Hara in iSt calm at tht taoAf* grtat heart 
h • «mM ft may not ahlain. 



\TB and the fortunea of a eonsldcnite 
world have Anally retired us Into one 
of Um most delightful locaUtlM In Can- 
ada. Vletorta. the capital city of the Province 
of British Oolunriila. at the aoutherly <«lwi« 
tty of plrtiirrnqiip Vancouver Island. 

One time a British naval and military post, 
with ntmortaa reaohlng back to tha dayi of 
Sir Franrts Drnkr, Jiian de Vtaoa tad Cnptnin 
Vancouver, the early town WM laiftly com- 
poa e d of deaoendanta of army and na?y offl- 
eers or Hudson's Bay Oompany factors Th^ 
•quable climate and the matnlflcence of the 
•eencry eould not, however, fall to attract the 
Rttftitlnn of travrllrrs from distant landi, 
until the city hai now become the Meeoa for 
■woMiflil rethtd biialnwi and profeMlonal 
men from every quarter Of the ilobe. with a 
natural preponderaaoa of Oanadlane. English- 
mm and Amertaana. It la. In tact, the only 
city iB Oaaada mltad to penooi ct thai «taMi. 

What advanfaite wmiM there be In retiring 
from work and remaining in such throbbing 
co mm er el al eltlaa aa Montreal, Twonlo, win- 

nlpeg or VancOQVer whrro voiir avtoclates sre 
busily engaged ^ their occupations from nine 
to fire p.m. dallyt Ton eoidd ataBpiy find 



Companionable Place 

I I hovOMT. the very revma la tha 

-1 A filtuatlon. and on a half -hour .1 notlrr 
you can gather together any number of 
Mwda aatw to lola yen tai any farm of m- 
reatlon offerlnir. he it yarhtlng. (rolflnR. trol- 
ling for aalmon or trout, tcnnia, eea-bathlm. 
i|Mitarlng. pIciiMUnc or any other tnnit of 

••cupauons oX life, to end up aa a oiatUt U 



course at the opera or the enjoyment of danc- 
ing or bridge over the evening hours. 

Natural' n !ty cuniposed largely of suc- 
oessful. weU-ailormed, retired persons, takes 
on a certain literary flavor, as the business 
man, who has all his life longed for leisure 
reading hours. Is not to be denied his hardly- 
earned privilege, so that, at any gathering, it 
Is much easier to atart a discussion on the 
merits of the latest book off the presa. or 
some musical oomposltlon, or even the correct 
way In which to play a certain hand at auction 
bridge than to Introduce such SMhJ'>''ts as 
pontics or economics. Indeed it is somewhat 
amusing to note the brevity and eonclasneas 
with whirl! thcue thrcadWOm and annoying 
subjects are dismissed as something too thu:- 
ooghly understood to be of Inierest. One has 
well ."^ftld that. If you wished to rsUmatc the 
number of writers in Victoria, you have only 
to count the names in the telephone directory, 
and. extravagant ns the Idea may appear, it is 
in very truth not so wide of the mark. 

What can the average Caiiadlan citizen 
make of a city where Wodiiesday and Satur- 
day afternoon half-holidays are ob.served all 
year round, where big business and manufac- 
turing are unsought, if not actually frowned 
on. and whTP the business OUtlook !■ that O^ a 
tourist pleB.'i\ire resort. ^ 

No Jealousy Here 

WC have hern reiraled over the past year 
With articles appearing in that prom- 
inent Oa nadl a n manatne, ifacleans. estoDlnt 
In loud tone.< the virturs and advantages of 
our principal Canadian cities, and alas, also 
too fravwntly dls^kMint thoir rlvaMcs and 
Jealousies. Jealous of other Canadian rltir.% - 
Victoria? The Idea Is too absurd for discus- 
sion. Of courae. In the very order of things, 
two such rlmrlv .^ituated OltlSB OS Victoria and 
Vancouver could not get aloof without a cer- 
tain amount of good-natured banter, to lend 
some spire to life, but neither Vancouver nor 
apy other highly-charged, energetic, cocn- 
merelal Canadian elty (an hope to understand 

the vie^ ; r Iri'.nrrh , (omplai-ent 

Victorians, wliose only concern is to forget the 
frverWi scampering hither and thither in 
pursuit of the elusive dollar and to really live 
In the relaxing enjoyment of thoee mental 
•ad phyM raeraatloos to which we have 



- Photo«r»phi br Pnrrw-k 



Lttt, Veterans at Beacon HUL Upper Middle, A Quiet Spot in Ae Park. Lower Middle. Graceful Corvoa and Rugged Beauty of Victorue 

gherelina. Wght, FIrat Viewi of Victoria, Comiaff in on Marina Drivo. 



Snobbery? Not a bit of It; Vancouver good- 
natured raillery notwithstaadlnf. X havo mat 



In the millions, some of them tmfortunately 
not overly well educated, and who in conse- 
quence held an exaggerated opinion of their 
value. Here tnere are some whp may be in 
tha wealthy class. Seek out one of them and 
you will most likely meet a man out on a hike, 
acocmipanled by his dog and his favorite pipe, 
clad in H. worn golf suit, with battered hat and 
good old comfortable brogues. a.<; entirely in- 
different to appearances as an Irish waslier- 
woman. Speak to him and you wiU ftaid him 

affable and nminblo OuesMon him and yOU 
will find him a veritable biueau of inlmna- 

Scicnlific Centre 

POSSIBLY the duel regret leit here Is that 
the ProTlndal Unlvoralty Is not located at 

.v) idcTl a spot, to add to the literary chn: m 
of the commimlty. although sdenoe is well 
repreeented by the presence of two of the most 
noted oboervatorles on the continent, the Do- 
minion astronomical and astro- phy.-^lral 
buUdlnga. We are also blessed with a suc- 
eenaful college, of our own and magnlUcent 
Parliament nullrllnirs containing a ."splendid 
museum and an unusually well-equipped 
Ubeary. 

A glance at the map of Canadn <in\t<: v.r. 
toria aa located weU south of the intemaUonal 
bowndary of tha 4Nh paraOel of latitude, so 
that It need not orrn.iion .surprise to learn that 
peachea, plums, pears, cherries, grapes and all 
manner of small fruits ripen In abundance, 
and even flH.s at the Dominion Government 
Experimental ^'arm. have borne fully ripened 
fnMt over many years. As the writer pens, or 
rather typewrites, this article he can look out 
on a rock-garden in which roesa and at least 
twenty other varletlea of flowers are In full 
bloom. The K)w-l|luf gsn level, aome aevsa 
hundred to a thmisand feet below the prairie 
aectlon. and the great tides that sweep past 
the location of the dty ttoreogh tha Strait «r 

Juan de Fuca. keep the climate one nf the mr-.t 
even on the face of the globe, racing almost 
natfOnaly thnmgtaoiit tha 



Magnificent lintrance 

NAVAL omccrs, familiar with ports the 
world over, state unequivocally that the 
entrance to Victoria Harbor from the Pacific 
is the most magnificent in the world, and it It 
indeed truly awe-lnsplrlng. On the right are 
the stupendous Ice-clad peaks of the rugged 
Olympics, beyond which sUnds out In solitary 
grandeur the snow-white form of Mount 
Baker, one of the most marvelous peaks X have 
over seen, .standing entirely Isolated from the 
distant background of lesser heights. It re- 
sembles more aoaae elear-cut ethereal diamond 
than anything formed from earthly substance. 

A motor run of some ten miles through or- 
chard valleys and around circling hills clad 
in arbutus, dogwood and th'< Klnnt Douglas 
firs, brings us to the famed Butchart Gardens. 
There were formerly immense excavations 
among the rock.s. fornifd by the operations of 
a cement plant. When big business, in the 
form of the Brit Ah Colombia Oement Com- 
pany, took over the property and re m oved 
the machinery to a more convenient location. 
Mrs. R. P. Butchart. with unlimited resources 
at her coounand, eonoelved the Idea of beau- 
tifying the grounds by the cultivation of rare 
shrubs and flowers. Plants gathered from 
every comer of the earth, over years of ex- 
tensive travel, have turned the naturally 
beautiful location into bowers of such lovell- 
nam as to attraol vMlova IMm dMaot hmSs. 

The unfrilllnR rniirtrsy of the owners. who 
keep the gardens open to the iiMpection of tha 
publle, afTords an unfailing deh^ to hWH 
dren<t of vl.5ltors who dally throng the shaded 
walks to revel In the abundHMo of lav 
lily-pools- and 



some ttiirty miles and forming the Saanich 
Peninsula. It terminates In Brentwood Bay. 
the sheltered waters of which are covered daily 
throughout the year by sporting llshtr craft, 
ranging from Ud modest rowfeoat to the 
sumptuous yacht, all occupied by keen 
anglers engaged in the fascinating lure of 
troning for aalmcm. 

The usual method in fishing for Spring 
salmon in a sporting way is to use from four 
htUKlred to a thousand feet of steel wire or 
fine silk line, as the fish are usually found 
near the bottom of the deep bay Near the 
hook Is attached to a "trip" any piece of use- 
less metal weighing from one to two pounda 
for fh" purpose of carrying the troll to the 
required depth. Immediately the flsh strikes, 
the weight Is r^ased by the trip and the lltfi 
Is ofT on a free line to be played In a piOper 
sporting manner. And what a thrill 41 la when 
the seream of the spinning reel and the 
furious Jerklni? of the light swaying rod brings 
the sporty flgbter to the siu-face in a great 
flash of silver as he leapa high In the air and 

da'^hes hlfn^elf agaln.'st the water In efTorls to 
dislodge the obnoxious hook. Then the long, 
tense struggle, lasting from tan to thirty mta- 
utes. when every art of the crafty angler U 
pitted against the Instinct of the wily salmon, 
vatu the great silver beauty, welghlat any- 
where from ten to nrt , pooads, !• safely 
gaffed and brought aboard. 

Of course, this refers to the Spring salmon. 
OohoBO, around rts to ton pouMK and tht 

smaller rrilse are the commoner prey, and not 
always prry, for they have a tantalizing habit, 
aa often as not, of ending the struggle In a 

suddenly xlarkened Wnf and a sickening feel- 
ing at the pit of the stomach, when we reallao 



Marvelous Malahat 

ANOTHKR attractive motmr ronitr nweep* 
around the southerly shores of Baanich 
Am ky way if tlM MalalMt XMvii, flil« aoM 
f.vo thousand fw^t above the sea. Saanich 
Arm is sin ofl-ehoot of the Strait of Juan do 
la on the ooat short tt Vaa- 

ISSi 



often acrompanlad. 
Of our tarkle. 



ftiM; br a 



B 



Wonderful Panorama 

UT our sporting blood had almost made 
m forget the Malahat Drive, which we 
to tmanie. B 



nay and Saanich Arm. rut from rugged over- 
hanging rocks over the old Indian "Malahat," 
or high trail, which is Ita e«i ul >gl >ut In our 
Kngll.-ih tongue. E^veTy turn brings Into view 
a new breath-taking panorama of wooded 
vaOeyt. tumbHnt Imtirf UNaaM, hUMda or- 
'■iin'-<rs and di.starit Isles and mountains 

viewed acroM the wide *Trpiinst of 

waters. TtM oelebntid OoMrtream Rlvar la 
crossed at several points 

It in In reality only r small mountain 
stream, almost vanishing during the Summer 
months, but occaslonaUyaiailBt Bttlo lemat, 
whose banks are strewn with dead salmon, 
thrust out of the water by millions of their 

feuows, that flU tha Unam aad avarflow ttg 

banks in their mad HMh to nach th* ipawn- 

ing grounds. 

Island-Stndded Sea 

FOLLOWING the line Of Mm 

ward on the ea."«t side of the Island. Is a 
continuous succession of small Islands and 
protocted channels, whkh aflotd a 
change of view to the tourist Or.r of the 
first to be met is Sau Juan Island, over which 
raged so fierce a luaU ai aigf aa to Mnr Orial 
Britain and the United States to the verge of 
war. It lies ao close as to be scarcely dia- 
tlngulshabia ftMS Vaaooatai XHand tiMlf . 

while the shor« «( th'> TTnitrd BtateO, tO 

Whom it was fliltfBy awarded, would bo out 
of 'Tango of vMis won 11 flof fbr the moun- 
tain ranges that outline their contour. 

Mount Arrowsmllh, the highest peak on 
Vancouver Island, is only some 6300 feet in 
height, yet the whole Island Is of rocky forma- 
tion, so that the motoring rnad.s are built on a 
permanent basis. They branch northward 
from Victoria, following the ooast Uasa past 
many sheltered bays and ba'htng beachejj and 
Into the Interior, where uicy circle round 
many gem-like Uttle lakes. Hmw, In tha 
usual fashion In mountalnou.'t countrv. Ha 
sheltered at the feet of towering, fu--clad hllk. 
They are all of that oMr, Bliff Wr Utt fWltty 
In which the rrflertlon of thf hills appears as 
sharply defined as in the originals. Invari- 
ably appears the alMigMaf eooat vHtfi af 
bungalows and Summer cottages, with the In- 
evitable tea rooms, dance halls and tennis 
oourta. irtillo the baya are oevorad wWi phta- 

ure boats of every variety Imaginable. Here 
you will quickly become accustomed to 
tag your aequalntanooi 4ai la 
ing s lit.'v aa you Will rartly see thorn In 'street 

costume. 

B(MunTul Park 

IH Victoria iiseir two of the principal picas- 
are rcaorts are the Crystal Garden, a 
palatial glass-enclosed swimming pool oper- 
ated by the Canadian Paelfle Hallway Com- 
pany, and Beacon Hill Park, owned by the 
city. The former la the rendezvous for expdrt 
divers and swimmers, although little tot«; 
scarcely able to toddle, are seen, as much at 
home In the water as young asals. B saeo n 
Hill Park is best rememb^-red by It^ mtieh- ad- 
vertised swan pool, where not only numerous 
Mack and whAa swans, M iwrnksnsm docks 
dlsxwt themselves. It has beautifully shaded 
avenues under giant ehcs^ut trees, but Ita 
pilnstpal dwna la ki Ma ertensive tack-for* 
dens, where are piled up In rich protuslon 
banks of brightly ook»red flowers. It 
OA Hm oaaiB drtvoway with a 
t view of the Olvmpir mo^intalns 
acToee the channel, and during the 
the yellow of 

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THE DXII,Y- COIjQNISy. VICTOiaA'. B.C.. SUMHAV APBir. », <oti 



THE LAST STRIKE 



iebl EK B. KYNE 



I If Cha dewrt reaches of Callfornlti and 
Nfvada Uut<' (-xi^t.^ hiihjiik mt-ii wtinl 
might b* toraud ft nfttural ur|< lor wtOm- 
Aical and dMcriptlve nomeneUittire. Hence, 
when Jamec O. Tarbox. m in. \u>iih, mad.' a. 
rich strtk* In tht- low red hUU Uial Iringe th« 
imtern side of ii^k •smoky Valley and nMned 
the camp that ^i>I.lI>g u;) tiin.-, .smoky r!'\. 
Immediately somebody labeled him ttmoky Jim 
Tarbox Aa the yeftra pMild. VUk Innlry Olty 
Vllh them, Mr. TM>BH feMIPW InOVB llMPly 
as .Smoky Jltii 

iiutoky Jim waa a ptu»peclur, but, uu Uie dav 
whM ttM fOet flyta« tlM SMU btlMI Los 

Angflei and ."'.aU Lake <";'v .'xp!cd hlB WOTk- 
liig up Jawbone VaUey bc-iuiid hit kUTOt, 
MMky Mi w«# » dMMt nt 

yoi Iwo years fikr to the day the alr-noftil 
ptloi aaw him and hit jacks crawUnf Up Jaw- 
bone VaHey, Smoky Jim had laM the flatter 

desert rat. A boom mimuK camp called Wou- 
&n had s|>niaff vp hi tha Nmdft daitrl 

.Miii..kv ,Jiin had been onr of the nr.sl arrivflLs. 
had staked MWal claims, had sold them to 
• alntaff pranotar far HMM. 

*nw wup o u he reiormed. Instead of drlnk« 
i'lit nn^! K'an'b'ina' tt away, he Invested IMjOOO 
ol tiiis wuulia^ ;n a sound publks utility stock. 
TlHtt ha Vaail down into Me»(iult« VaUey, In 
the northern end of Inyo County. Calilornla. 

One nlfht. via ths radio, ha laumd that 

anal a>itia& «M pMr Mittr •«« IN M 

ounce for gold. 

"CompeUtkms the Ufs o' trade." ha told tha 
radio auMunetr. "dnda 0am'U have to meet 
the bid purty soon or them dog-rone parfldlous 
Alblons 'U have all our gold output." 

HAVmO Apent most of hU lift in tha 
dM«t, timoky Jim had formed the haMt 
o( tfliOBMlBC hti affalia and opinion 
him."- " ' '.' V 80, while leeding hlS 

burroia liiAL evciiUig, ae talked it o?ar with 

JatMt colt 

Burros, he addTMNd them, "the life waYa 
llvla' la too quiet If Z didn't find an' seU 
thirty-dollar frold before I died my soul'd ba 
in torment for all eternity. Remember Cool* 
tardlat That daaert camp at tha head 0' Jaw- 
bone Vr:!'"v that went Iwst when you an' ram 
was youixK, Maggie? We thought Coolgardla 
waa foln' to ba tha greatest desert plaoer camp 
on earth bawiise what gold there was lay 00 
top an' wa di7-wa&iieu it. An' you remember 
what happMMdt Four foot below the gravel 
we .' -irk conglomerate that waa hard'n a 
bankti s iieart. Well, every dumad fort on 
aarth knowa there ain't no gold in conglom- 
erate, so Coolgardla 2adad Into ttoa auoNt. aa 
the poet says. 

Tlva fwn after that camp'd been, forgotten 
I come through there an* spent the night 
among the trade rats, rattle snakes, an* old 
aumorles o' tha Palace Hotel. In the momin' 
I walk<>d out among the old dlggln's, an' found 
where some feller'd dug a hole In that con- 
glomerate down about six feet before he'd quit. 
Reckon he was looking* for gold-bearln' gravel 
under the conglomerate, but that stulT licked 
him. Well, Jacks, what do you suppose I dU- 
rovered? Dang my buttons if the sides o" thak 
hole In that there conglomerate hadn't leached 
out with the sun and the air. an' crumbled in 
my hand like ashes. It wsan't conglomerate, 
but ft sort o' cement-gTftveL 80 I panned ftll 
the dirt I could aerape off the sides o' that 
little shaft an' tt run ateut two hundred dol- 
lars ft ton. 

"Remember tha creek thftt nms down from 
the meltln' snows up In the Pansmlnts? Re- 
member the little rock dam Coolgardle built 
acniaa a Uttla oanyon to catch this water sup- 
ply for the camp? When the snow was f^one 
aa' the creek dried up, tha cloudbursts k^pt 
tha dam fUled up. So tha water problem'^ 
settled. All t tcr do Is sink a lot o' holes 
In that hard -muC Aith gasoUne-drlven mod- 
am dzHlB, itiek a shot in every hole, an' blow 
har up; put in a five-stamp mill run by a Dle- 
ael Ingln, an' start declsrln' dividends." 

Ha motored Into Reno in his ancient car, 
purchased food supplies, new equipment, dyna- 
mite fuse and caps, and returned to his 
"ranch." The next day be shod hla burroa; 
the next morning he pc^rked them, cut a mes- 
qulte gad to discipline his lasy burros, and 
beaded aouth. tmdflaff MauNlj bahiiid lila 



Uttla eamvaa . . , 

SIX weeks Uter tha pilot of tha airmail, 
driven mlle.s off roursp fo avoid a storm 
in the Panamints, came flying down Jawbone 
Valley at about IMO feet and aaw Smoky Jim 

and hLs llftle oavaJcad^. "Brt that pilgrim 
liasn't seen a newspaper or a human being In 
two months," the pilot deddad. So ha alaek- 
ened his speed, dropped down fo within a hun- 
dred feet of Smoky Jim, and dropped a twisted 
aawapaper. 

Smoky Jim tTOdfld fOfWUd tO pkk vp tht 

newspaper. 

"JMka." he announced ahrUly. "thai Umio 

flyln' machine feller's a scholar an' a Rfntlr- 
inan, an' no mistake about that." He thrust 
tha aaiMpapers under tha tarp on Ruth'a paflk. 
"Well be In Coolgardle by 3 o'clock," he con- 
tinued. "Wc'U put up In the Palace Hotel, 
wall 000k lupper early an' hatra two boon 
daylight to iMd titfa hm Salt Laka Olty 
PkpM." 

Ha haaad tba burraa to a f astar lalt. •^aYo 

flttln' there, jacks." he yell^M presently, as 
from the crest of the little rise he gazed down 
on what one finds frequently la tha 
close to the edge of the hlRh enriroling 
tftlns— to wit. the bed of a dry lake. 

The proq»ect of unlntarruptad aotttttda waa 
plaaalnt to tha <rid desert rat. The lake-bed 
Iqr balf a mile betow the site of vanuhed Cool- 
■ardle and was about a mlla in dlaoMlar. Half* 
way aeroaa it Smoky Jim paused to nnniv7r 
a myatarjr. The glased surface of the suck- 
ens " had been cut by a furrow abeok two 
inobaa dtep and two Inches wtda. and thui tiny 
furrow atretohed away aoroas tba lake-bed to 
the side aaaiaat Coolgardla. 

Smoky Jim quickly uncovered the reason for 
this funnr. On aaoh Me o( u he found the 
f aiBl Imk fC s whpai vltli % 



Xtm har« graval waah balow htai. n larta. 

siin{>-moturt^l, <-<ii, .1 <Uf i);.i:i<' w.uMi'd ! 
surely out onto tiie giaA:d surlace uX Uic dry 
laka. Omi took off. and dlsappaaiwd into tha 

1 aw to th<- .soiivh 

■ Tiiree pti^^eiigt-r* lu ht:, bniuk.) J.iu ud 
Swiid an ftnaflnarr andiaaea. *SoaM otttfttl 

Kot onto that ri< !i ( ewvw t;ravrl: bet them 
»a£ enguieerji up looking Uie grouiid ovec. 

Soltar atap Tln4ti, Mr. mtas. or tham f aUanU 
hava aa tte jround atakad." 

E eaaa tfowa Mm oanyon and walhad up 

lii'o all thai for'v year.s !:4 ! >ft nt aba:i- 
doiMid Coolgardle — a llat-ruuled .'>ioiic Iil* 

bitflia Itat Aayo «r a panOlilopwB. 



"Tell 'em I s,ti.l ftirv was li> Iravc a I ! their 

firearms wtth you. Then give 'em grub 
tar fvt *va an' tan 'OM «• fac gokiT.'* 



\X be alchtad tha ship out owr 

t!i(> A.\ lakp; thru ;t dtp^x-d be! iw h..s 
oX vLslob and the hum oX the motors was 
quletar. only to awell to a roar agate, as the 

■hlj) h.iviiu: landed, < aiiw t,i\;;nK '.n'Aaid Cckj! 

gaidic, and came to a liait. The cabiii door 
opened, and aeoMbody tliiow eat a BmalTttvae- 

.s'i'[) ladd -I Hiid d ••<-<'nded Ilu nt-xt figure to 
appear Ut Uie cabm door waa a young woman. 

Who hal4 bar aiaa ont in frant of IM 



back to the ritaltar of tha earner of that for- 

K"i-tf!i ii :'p!ry 

iiee Ute guy? " came their caU to tlM «an 
at the weU. 

Natl'' 
• Wiiere u he?" 

Here X am," shrilled Smelty Jim. "Drop 

voar g;mi h:;' •Icp ,.a uic n V\'-!:! nf 

iiooor I won i luxinei you. You leiiers behmd 
tba ntH lay low or 111 boat you." 



which there was a water hole known a^ Muery 




He went around to the door and walked 
boldly in. "Stock of gasoline an' oil, some 
dishes, pots, pans, an' skillets, an' a lot of as- 
sorted grub," was his comment after he had 
made due appraisal. He went Into the other 
rooms. In each of the three he Inveatlgatcd 
ha found a new folding cot, with blanketa and 
piOowi; on the door leading to an Inside room 
he found a new steel hasp with a new padlock 
hanging to it, uiuprung. So he looked in and 
discovered another folding cot, a wooden bos 
with a pitcher and basin on it, some soap and 
towels on the cot. and two women's nightgowns 
hanUm on a luOL 

"They're not mlnln' men." Smoky Jim do- 
cided, "because if they was they'd have pow- 
der an' fuse, plcki. drllla. crowbars, an' shovels. 
An' therr'd ought to bo a porfnble a.sssy outfit. 
This room fixed up for a woman has a new 
hasp an' padloek, ao it looks sort o' like some 
(al was due to git locked in hrrc." 

He returned to his packed burros and drove 
them up* into Coolgardle, keeping well to the 
far side of the canyon where their tra^k.s would 
not be vlglble. In a littk; side canyon he mi- 
packed tbMn, drove them over to the well, pried 



Ingty. The man who had' alighted aalaed her 

in his arms and llfte<l her to the ground. Two 
men followed her, and then the pilot, having 
killed his engine, deacaad a d alao^ aad the party 
proceeded to the Palaee Hotel. 

Each step of that brief Journey Smoky Jha 
followed them with his binoculars. 

'Vertately not mlnln' men," he daeldad, "an' 

what In Tophet that there Ral \s doln' with a 
white band across her eyes beats my time. . . . 
No. It dont nuther. They got her blindfolded 
so's she won't .spt' where .slie Ls. . . . Great 
jumpin' Cata wampuses an' Side HIU OougersI 
It's the kidnap party. That Jean Berkley was 
.stolen from her pew In Los Angeles. They 
had It all planned some time ago to kidnap 
her an' they had to have a place to hide her 
until they not the money. An' they picked on 
the Palace Hotel in Coolgardle. Well, Mr. Tar- 
box, this certainly ain't your game, but It doss 
appear to me you're elected to horn in." 

Two men em^Tfced from thn Halaro Ho'rl, 
and one of them iiad a bucket In each hand. 
Smoky Jim permitted them to help themselves 

to wafer. 

"They think they can git all the water they 



One naa steppM out from the corner of tha 

hoosc. "What do you want, you " 

Won t do you no good to cuss me," Smoky 
Jim piped back. "X got the water eovcred— an' 

that's a royal flush In this country. You can't 
git me from In front, an' If you try from the 
rear an X got to do Is back Into this here aban- 
doned shaft. I'm holed up for a siege. An' 
last night I stole the platinum points from the 
dlatrlbutor heads on the magnet of your flyla' 
machine. You alat never goin' to git out o" 
this country alive unless I say so." 

"Wtfl. what's your proposition?" 

"You take the bandages ofT'm that gal's eyes 
an' aend her out to the well. Then I'll let 
them two fellers %o back to the house. I figger 
you four aro thr .skunk.s that kidnapped that 
Berkley gal. an' I want her. Lemme have her, 
or my depplty on the other side o' the eanyon'U 
begin |X)ppln' at them two polecats l>ehlnd the 
well copin'. Then we'll hold the water uatii 
you two listen to rea^„... 



o 



off the sheet-Iron lid with hi.s short crowbar ^^^^ ^ ^^^^ ^ 



^Somebody lit here la a Xlyln' machine, ' he 
deoMid, tbia bMO IMv waa iMMto bf tha 

toil skid 

"Reckon he took oft %%, ui u< uie .smum dtxec- 

! I'-nlv he patwed. From up the canyon 
an aiiplane motor roared into acUon, Smoky 
Jkn Mt iMTB IB llM 



and gave them all the water they could drink. At 
tba aame time he filled one of hU water kegs 
and oarrlad It up to the old shaft, a supply 
of provisions followed that, and when the 
moon came up he chopped a quantity of dead 
aMBQulta limbs Into short lengths and piled 
fhem alongside the provisions. He then drove 
his burros back into the side canyon and 
turned them kMse. He was tired now, ao he 
f timed In without striving to read the Salt 
LAke newspaper by the flickering light of his 
can* Art. 

He was up at dawn, and Imm^dta'cly nftrr 
breakfast carried a shovel down to the dry 
lake-bed and, about a quarter of a atfla north 
of the mouth of Coolgardir canyon, bc dUf a 
Slanting hole about six feet into the aoH silt. 
As he had expected, he struck aubaurfaoe 

\\o(n\ water, slowly it .>-»t|>;'<1 into the hole, 
and about noon he drove his burros down 
there and Introd u ce d them to It. Then be 
brushed them, and turned them looae. He knew 
they woukl always come back to tba water. 
He fotomed to Ma camp, eooked his midday 

moal. and stretched out to r»ad the Salt Lake 

City paper. In large type across the front 
pate flared the headltaie: MAONATTS 

nAUamit KIDNAPPED. 

Slowly, word by word. Smoky Jim read the 
story aload. lOaa Jm Baitley. daoCblor of 
Thomas J Rarkley. president of the Qatl 
nental Petroleum Cootpany, was the naaM of 
the Mdaappei lady. The enel details were 
larking, but a party unknown— a maii had 
telephoned Mr. Berkley to the afliet that his 
daughter had baai kMnappad. that he could 
havr her back far a jaartor of a million dol- 
lars, and to awaH r aaa lpt af a letter which 
would give hha tun tastruoilons for deUvering 

tlir ilioney 

The dirty coyotes. Smoky 9m pawled, and 
•a 10 ilbar aawa ^ 



buckets of it, " he decided. "I'd ought to bust 
'cm both here an' now, but that'd only provoke 
a ruekua with tha otben. An', baaidaa. Mlaa 

Jean Barkley's JUSt natfWiaUy got tO bavt a 
drink o' water." 

THE sun set. and Smoky Jim waited behind 
the old dump Then the auMn cane up. 
Smoky Jim expected to see the pilot emerge 
from the Palace Hotel and take ofl again, but 
when midnight came he knew the s^p would 
remain there until morning, so, like some little 
old predatory animal, he sidled down to it. 
cUmbed up the nose of It, and searched around 
imtll he found the dual IgnlMon sjrstem on the 
motor. Not for naught had he owned an au- 
tomobile and operated gas engine hoistil He 
removed the cap of each distribution, struck 
a match, and flicked the platinum breaker 
points, which he put la his overalls pocket. 
Then he prowled back to bis camp, and slept. 

MiarUy after dayMgbl bo^rwi awakened by 
a metallic sound, so he peered over his rook 
parapet and saw two men at the well, 
of ttHM aload wtth two baahala in bia 
and the other wos prylat VP the 
covering. 

Smoky Jim sniggered, reaobed for bis rtfle, 
sighted carefully, and put a bullet through one 
buekek XnstaaUy both aMa. with eielaaut- 
tlona of fright aad 1 waa— ml, l e ap ed for 
oover bebhid the far Ma of tba oenerete 

roping 

The sharp, crashing reports of the shots 
broaght the other two aea oat of the Palaee 

Hotel On^ c«rr1e<1 r .OiotggB aSl 
a subcallbre mschlne gun. 
'nPThal happaaedr ana «( tha a 

to his two pals. 
"A guy shot at us." 

Instantly the two at the Paiace Uotsi ieaped 



NE of the men behind the w^ll roping rose 
suddenly and commenced firing an auto- 
matic putol at Soaoky Jim's head aad shoul- 
ders, visible above his barricade. Calmly Ignor- 
ing the fusillade of pistol bullets. Smoky Jim 
aimed eavafuUy and put a buUet tbroogh the 
feUow's head. He sagged down behind the 
well coping. 

From the corner (tf the house caoM a bunt 
of machine-gun fire, the bullets ricocheting 
again.si the parapet. Smoky Jim merely settled 
back in his lair. 

"You can t shoot for .sour applet, niL^tT." hn 
taunted. "Now. git «en.slblc an' send the girl 
out so's I can talk with her, otherwise the tel- 
lors still behind t,he wHl will .«itay thew until 
they goes crasy from thrlst or I kill them when 
they tries to make their get-away after dark." 
"All right, we io<K» Til .«:end the girl out." 
She came out presently snd stood bllnlUng 
In tba strong sunlight. Smoky Jtta saw that 
she wa«i not bllrfdfolded, so he wavM h 
tered old hat above his parapet and 
"Thu way, young lady, thia way. 
feller with thr «Mjtterln' gun' Send Op 
paper an a pencil by the gaL" 

She anrtved presently, aad a «Wleato, Jaoaty 
figure she was 

"Climb over an' set down. " Smoky Jim urged. 
"I don't trust them feilara aot to tfwet at me 
if I stand up to help you over " 

She sUd over the parapet, sat down, and 
stared at tba old deeart rat 

"What are vou? " she demanjled cooly. 
Smoky Jim tittered childishly, and an- 
nounoed that bo traa a pMpeeter. 

"X ain't as young as I u.vvl to be, " he added 
parsnthellcally. You re Miss Berkley, aln t 
yoof" 

"Ves, T am Jean Barkley • 
"Thought so. Air -mail pilot thiow au down 
a paper aa' l read about yoa." 

He found a flat rock and. using It for a desk, 
drew a ruds|^iap, upon which, after consulting 
a aamll poeket awap aaa. he hidicaled aortb. 

east. so'iM, T:d i»rst Then he drew s sketch 
of three low red blUa la a 



"I :!i::< i: i' v. ' itin.' Mi.vs Barkli'y," he 

tiHu^ Ulcn, !M you wnie down Uie directions I 
tdlpon. 11MB you take thii here aa* my spare 
rantpp!) down (o "i- 'u wolverines an' u-1! 'cm 
1 Mild they wa;. to leave all their firearms with 
you. Make Inn lake tbair ooata off, ao you ean 

■ cc If they got any j.ustola la ah- iNi.-: ImL tcrs. 
i'hen sand one of em oeor to tile well for 
walar. give ^ fcoh aaoo^ tor abeat five 

m.-al^ an' tr!l 'em t* git fOlB'. V. '\\vs don ! 

believe I got that thaia flylag maciime hob- 
bled, tan %m to take a look." 

"You priceless old darling,* gold Jbaa Bark- 
ligr. "I could kiss you " 

"Better not, ' he replied. "You might up an' 
die 0* M Bi rthliig ' right aftarwang aa' i aba to 

keep) vou !i'*iil'! ■ ^• , - • 'Uty mile to rldJ 
oa my jen oujio, iiuui, beloie we hit Bandon 

otaUoa on tba railroad Vao an' triiw your 
fi^^." 

rJUf Barkley rotamed to the Palace Hotel, 
and In about half an hour Smoky Jim saw 
the three survivors of the gang go to the 
■liplaaa. kMpeet It. and then pass on down the 



Hm girl caUed up to him, "I think X got 



and joined her at the 
Palace Hotel On the ancient heat-warped 
bar were two machine guns with a dooen flUed 
amgaaineB, als a nt e wiatle platola, and two 
aawed-ofr shotguns. 

"Come on, - said the girl, "let's go down and 
put theaa ptetinum polnta book in the BMtor. 
Ibea 111 help you nil the ship with gaa aad 
eU, and we 11 Uke ofl lor Los Angeles. " 
"But X oaat drtva oae o^ the ttatost" 
"Xcan. Ibave a ship of ay asa aad Z bold 
a ooBuaareial ttoence." 
"X-Bi afridd." bo oonfwaed. 
"You have never known the meaning of the 
word fear.' Moreover, Smoky Jim. the first 
obplane ride la always an ospertenoe. You 
come with me and meet my parent.s, and make 
your bow, and receive their thanks and a big 
fat cheque from Xiad « ^ 

"Don't you Insult me, young woman." 1 
Jim's laded orbs flashed angrily. 

tBi. very waU. But lat% fH to «ori( oa that 
dUp aad talk af tarward." 



aa hour of bard work they man- 
aged to fill the ship with gasoline and 
oil. and then Smoky Jim stood on the little 
landing ladder and eranked the motw. 

■.'■'■(■d clfKi " the girl warned, and ftS Uw 
prc^Uer started to turn she cut in the igni- 
tion, and with a roar the motor started. "OJC.." 
she ohlrped, and killed the motor. "Now you'll 
have to bury that wretch you kUled and we'll 
be off." 

"The coyotes 11 take care of him," the desert 
rat repUed carelessly, "but I oertaUUy don't 
wish no eoyota the hard Inek 0' flndln' them 
o'hrr thiTo after they hit Misery Springs. 
They'll have that canteen 0' water you gave 
'em an drunk up before they git halfway there. 
Novfr kn^w a tenderfoot that could conserve 
water in the deserU So they'll be right thirsty 



wnen they hit Jdlscry Springs, 
la arasale walar. Bvaa the oofotea know that 

and ke<'i) away from it Them three won t 
never leave Jdlscry Springs. Miss Berkley." 
"How horrible, Smoky Jtan." 

"They would have proved mighty ambar- 
raiuung, gaJ. An' they was guUty, waaat they? 
What's the sanae ^nenrtli^ the state'a money 
to pr(x-x-. . < nints like tIMtt lha bwt way 
out Is the cA^ioi, way." 

•Wrtl. Aaoky Jha, they tried to klU you and 
I .;i;)ase It's your right to be Judge aad Jury. 
Clank up again and we'll take ofl." 

"X wont oaaw." be rspelited. ^ 

"Then I'll have to stay here with you. be- 
cause I don t know the way home. You know 
OaBfarala aad should be able to direct me." 

fniuk iiin h« aved a profound Mgh, climbed 
in beside Jean Berkley, and submitted to bav- 
lag the eeat belt buckled around him. 

The girl, having' i.iirfully tavlod the ship 
down the gravel wash to the dry lake-bed. 
paoaed, gradually gave the motor the gun, and 
scurried off acras.s the waste. They lifted into 
the air, and Smoky Jim acrouged down in his 
aeat Hie girt nudged him and pointed down- 
ward. Below them the shining ralla g( 
railroad line stretched into the south. 

"FWler them," smoky jlm yelled.* 

Presently .she nudged him 
down toward a white staUon. 

"Bandon," yeUed Smoky jim. 

So the girl calmly abstracted a map 
rack above her head, let go the stick, and per- 
mitted the ship to lly Itself, while she laid off 
iier cooipaai ooune from WtaUm la Lea ab- 
geles. 

BoMky Jim was furioua. *Tfou dldn t need 
ma to show you the wagr. Taa kaew there was 
laapa," he howled. 

"X do not tell everything I know,' 
shouted baek. "You re my hero, aienl 

"Oh, dang the wlmminl " he shnued 
waa horribly scandalised. "Now 1 will git la 
the papers, an' as long as t1lWgarfmBB|~ 
being knowa ao they'll aem il«a tilkia* 
about It" 

HB thought of Isaiah. Jeremiah, Nehemlah. 
Ruth and her colt, doomed to run wild 
In Coolgardle the renudader of their Uvea, of 
his abandoned outfit spread out on that can- 
yon floor. But— he was not gomg back to Cool- 
gardle. He could never go book. Somebody 
else could have that thirty-dollar gold. What 
need had he of gold? if he needed fifty thou- 
sand Jean Barkley'a father wouM glvw H to 
him in sheer gratitude for rescuing hu daugh- 
ter. ,. . Well, they'd be back before the kid- 
nap agent had had time to ooUeet the raaaom. 
The dirty side-winders. ... He vi.sioned 
three corpecs ouutretched on the edge of Mis- 
cry sprln? -and suddenly be forgot hla horror 
of pubU -Id interviews snd camera.s. and 
snickercb. : leaned toward Jean Barkley 
snd yelled: 

"I bet a cooky tbaa kldnappggi tggk hM for 

a sucker, eh?" 
"And quite properly so," Ji«a Berkley 

shouted back. "Vou^ve made your last strika; 
you struck pay dirt and you're such a suehar 
you refuse to work the aUae." 
And aba bmgfaed when be glaied at her. 



she 



Litde Iiicidcuts m the Lives 

ot Famous CaiiaJiaas 



Colonel T. Talbot— Escapes Through Ranks of U. S. Invaders 

By J. K. MOMHOVB 

j ^ ;>?cullar situation of the Talbot 
I ottilement, midway between the Detroit 

^ and Mlagara frontiers, had been the 
f ghting ground of the -vvarrlng Canadian and 
American armies of the Western division in 
the Wir of Igia. The territory had been fought 
and won alternately by the oposing sides with 
such equal valor and determination that the 
settlement suffered much from lawless, ma- 
rauderlng, raiding parties, especially from the 
Americans who moved up and down the Talbot 
Rood, under the guidance of dlsgrunted 
Canadians from neighboring townships, burn- 
ing and looting homes and farm buildings. 

Among the dissatisfied leaders was Simon 
Watson who had a peraonal grlevanee agatnat 
Col. Thomas Talbot, the head of the settle- 
ment. In connection with the distribution of 
buid granU. Wataon had been an'authorlaed 
.siirvrvor. appointed by the legislature of Upper 
Canada, to lay out a series of roads in the 
township of Wsatmlnstcr under contract that 
he be allowed to settle Immigrants upon aaeb 
side of the highway. There had been no 
limitations Imposed as to the origin of the 
seUlers until CoL Talbot, who waa to pa« 
upon their characffr and fitness notified 
Watson that none Iroui Uie United States 
would be admitted. TaUiot's stem refusal to 
enter Amertran Immigration meant ruin to 
Watson, and In this TblbOt was supported by 
the Aneuttve CouneO of Oaruida. Ttm raault 
was the occasion of nianv 8t_»rmy intervl>-ws 
heightening to a series of vioic;.'. passages that 
Wataon was finally bound wn to. keep the 
l)eare Fortunately fo: WatSOa War was de- 
clared, and the grUved surveyor found a 
certain aoiaee In Ida revenge by jouuug the 
enemy, where hU local knowledge of the 
country was liighly apredated. 

Kentuckians Attack 

THE fortune of war had fav<.red b<»th sides 
For more tnan a year straggling cooi- 
panlaa of miUtla. whether good or bad. had 
made the settlement their rondsavou:!. l.i the 
mldsununer o( itli a marauderiug miUury 
BMk of KenmiBiaaa, under the leaderittilp of 
a man named Walker, a follower of Watson, 
crossed lAke Brie with the httention of seis- 
ing CoL Talbot and desuoylng his property. 

Shortly befote daybreak on the '«rg 
of August 30, a moUe> party of ui she.ven, un- 
kempt and wild-looking Kei.tuck> frontters- 
buekskta shirt and trousem. thair feet 

in morra.'^lm and armed with loog 

Deekaid ruiea, landed at Port Taboc to put 
their wHatm krta anwHt After temrik- 

ing the Inhabitants and capturing several Of 
the leading rcaldcnU they amde their wey 
skywty up the alagnant. rced-ehokcd Teibot 

toward the colonel's esUbliahment The 

moroiaf was fiao aad 



tba gelag difficult. Many tf ttlt Invaders. 

wearied by thr rxerM(,ii.s of the night before, 
ana the toiisoue Journey through the entan- 
gling reeds and andertruah. reetcd frequently 
to baiiir itirir aebiB« feet la tha eeal watej 1 

of the stream. 

Talbot It Warned 

SHORTLY after the departure of the Kea- 
tucklans from I'o; t Falbot C'apL. Patter- 
son, previously a pnboner of war bdt recently 
'paroled, mounted a borm and by darioua wafa 
rode to TSlbot to warn him of his danger. 
lU was still early in the morning when Patter- 
sen arrived to find the cokme^who never 
chh-ked from the most menlat tiika aiUhig 
In his ofllce, unwarned of the nearneaa of the 
enemy and drcwed m such clothing that would 
have been unworthy even «f his poorsat tenant. 
Telling him of his danger and cautioning him 
not U> delay but make hsste his escape, Capt. 
Patterson aasisted the colonel in conceaUng 
his papen in a hole in the groaad near Oio 
house The tank was hardly completed be- 
fore the Americans were seen emerging from 
the woods, nmny of lh«a with thaIr faosa 
painted to the Xadtaa CmMob la red aad 

yellow rlav 

PaLicr«on rode forward to meet the invadeia 
to aoqualat Itaam of laibot'a aasapc. whan be 
saw the figure of the colonel with bead dawn 
and shoulders hunched, fording one of the 
shaUow bars of the creek. One of the peeudo 
Xndlaas of the lavadtaig party levelled hie rifle 
St the retreating figure but feeing the poor 
tattered home-spun ckHhlng in which he was 
cted biqulred of Patteraea wbrna the person 
was. Patterson rcidled that he was a poor 
aettlsr wlm attended the colonel's sheep and 
was lituming across the creek to his home, 
wh e wa p u h ttia riOa waa lowere d aad the 
colonel's life' was saved. Talbot gaining the 
prolsctkm of the woods, hurried to Port Tal- 
bot, aad made hie aacape by water to Uie 



His Hope 

My o«T. hope I*, a sun will pierre 
The ihlcksst cloud earth ever stretched. 
That after last l o laim the Bmt. 
Tlhough a wide conipasA round be fetched. 
That what began beat can't end worst. 
Nor what ood blessed 



I) 



I 



Hie adghty aUnds of old: 

My aever-lalUat frl«di are they. 

i^rbydar. 



, ' H i ' I ' 



,Y COLONIST, VieTbRIA ,^.C., SUNDAYrAPRIL 29. V)SA 




Dreadnoughts of the Rivers 



EXPERIENCED hunters nevrr *>;,■• \i 
rofui^ tUppo lo Ihe water, iiui iik 
tne ip wteneed MOMtiBMS do. A eoupto 

0( young Austn I i i inters ittwe mado that 
• mlrtilrt They UkckieU a vtcioiu bull in Uie 
Tftna Rfrer in Kcny*. Ai a 
careers w ■ u ly ended In the mud4y 
of that tuuad axid aluggUh stream. 

It was noe ram iporr that ttaajr war* after. 
DrlacoU, one of the hunters, wanted some 
hippo tufilts. There is finer Ivory in them than 
In the tuAkj even d cam eleptaanta. Aa they 
told the »t<wy to me, they were told at a native 
^ village that they were approaching a stretch 
^, ol the Tana inhabited by a school to which' 
were several bulls. The natives eagerly ottered 
th< T a.vistanre, as well as the use of the llcht, 
narrow boau, for natives are very fond o< 
Mppo BMat And avm If only oos bull were 
killfd hLs eight thouwnd pounds would fill 
» lot of their capacious stomachs. 

Lato to Ilia altomooii DrtoeoU and his oom- 
paniOD, Bitot, encamped near .some extenMve 
Red-corered shallows. The nver itself was 
broad and deep, with two of three blc mud 
banks nito««b0va tha surface. Trpioal hippo 
baunts. 

They did not look for a chance to shoot that 
dav. Dawn was the time thry expected to RPt 
a bull or two. Just as the beasts returned to 
the water after their night's foraflnff on land. 
But while the boya were pitching the tent a 
big bull was aean elambarlnc on to a mud 
bank. 

The fhaTV^ was too good to be missed. In 
R few minutes two boats were in the water 
and two excited natives in each were paddling 
the white men swiftly toward the mud bank. 
They had not Rono very far when the hlppo, 
with quick, shambling steps, made for the 
water. Bofor* «lth«r hunter could get in a 
i^hiA at the Mg head tbt animal vanished 
from sight. 

DriieoU's boat rematoad whare It was. 

miiot ordered his boys to paddle to the other 
Side of the mud bank. Then both waited lor 
the reappearance of the head when the hippo 
should rise to breathe 

Between two and three minutes passed, 
Then above the smooth watar the Uf nostrils, 
like a couple of smnll drain pipes, appeared 
between Drlscoll's boat and the mud bank. 
Old klboko was evidently curious, for the rest 
of the head followed, and DrlaooU aaw tlia 
eyes fixed on his boat. 

As he showed no disposition to mova closer 
and might submerge agato at any moment, 
PrLscoll deelded to try a head shot. Aiming 
at the vttal s\m>\ behind an eye he fired. 

In Reach of a Hippo's Jaws 

THERE wa.s a sudden loud snort. Half of 
the big, dark body rose high above the 
water, then plunged down with a mighty 

spla.sli and disappeared In an eddying .-(wlrl 
A narrow red ribbon of blood twined Vwut 
«n tha wMt* foam before it vanlshad. 

A hlpp<i niorf.'illy hit .slnk.s like a stone and 
« does not come to the water s surface for hours 
afterwards, and often miles from the spot 

where It was killed. Hut If only wounded hl.s 
usual tactics are to make a rush for the shore 
and the cover of reeds. For a ooupla of 
niiMiiir.s DriMoii united, his rifle ready, but 
not a ripple broke the rlvw's surface. 

"Pegs, pega, Okuri" (He Is hit He Is dead"), 
yelled the natives on the bank In high glee. 
And DrlscoU was inclined to believe them. The 
boys wanted to paddle to tha spot where the 
hippo sank, but he stopped them. Other 
hippos were pretty certain to be In thr den.ie 
reedy swamp a little farther down. One or 
more might take to the water afbr his rtiat. 

I")rl.«troll wa.s abt)ut tr ;,fve the boys an order 
to paddle toward the fringe of tlie reeds when, 
•bout ttortjr feat away, tha huge head of tha 
hippo .siiddT'nly shot high abova the waU-r 
Almost instantly the beast mada straight for 
tha boat, sorgtag ahead at traiqpndous speed. 

The Immen.v Jaws opened wide and the Krrnt 
evil- looking tusks gleamed against the red 
aavam behtod. Tha big. bulging eyes were 
guttering with rage. 

Shouting to the boys to remain sUll, DrlscoU 
kvellad his rifle. He intended to wait untU 
tha hippo wa.s within a few feet of the boat. 
Ha would then be certain to get in a finishing 
ahot, either through one of the gaping nostrils 
* to the brain, or behind the eye. 

But ha had reckoned without the boys Tt 
eaa hartUy be counted against them that, with 
' those huge, destroying jaws beurlng so swiftly 
down on them, they lost their nerva. AS 
DrlscoU was pressing the trigger, tha two, 
giving way to panic, dug their paddlea teto 
the water. The boat lurched .sldewavjs Ju.st 
as the shot sang out, and the buUet sipped 
tato tlM walor atvaral fOat from tha onraah- 
ing hippo. 

Like an echo came the crack of KlUot'a 
t nfle. The bullet hit tha beast soaawhere. 
' r nppnrentlv dul no damage. Bliot's bo«t 
Mas at least two hundred feet away, and the 
•paadlng taigat. Mg as it was. made his shoot- 
ln<c little more than gue.vswork 
Before DrlsooU could Jerk another cartridge 
9 ' tato the breodi. or tha terrified nativee could 
get tlw boat In motion, the great Jaws struck 
. — it. One of the boys leaped overboard as they 
Closed with tha forea of a steam-hammer on 
the spot wbsra ha had been situng. 

There wa* a spUnterinjr enwh. The boat 
was tugged sideways and downwards, and 
DrlaooU aai tha immMtm tar wara ftai« 
toto the liver 
DrlscoU, stiU cUnglng to his rifle, kicked 
^ himaelf to Uw awfaea. As ha ahaek tha waiar 

from hl.^ eara he heard a wild shriek beslda 
him. Turning his head ha saw the Jaws 
lltol had Jwt oniM tha baat doaa en tha 
milhtot ho«r «( tht MMM Mllva aai «n« il 




01 




under. The boy had giiined the surface be- 
fore the more heavUy-welghted white man, 
only to be ground to death by tha hippo's tar> 
rtble tusks. A long wall went up ikom his 

companions lining the bank. 

Dropping his rllle, Drificoil struck out madly 
for tha bank. Ahead of him the boy who had 
Jumped from the bdkt wa« threshing hl.s way 
toward the reedy shallows. DrlscoU foUowed 
for a few strokes. Than he saw that thara 

wa.s a landlrig'placc much nearer and to one 
Side. It looked hki a sand spit Jutting out 
from the baidL 

Choking and exhausted, he readied it in 

.safety. It wa.s really a .small, narrow Island 
The ciiannei between It and tlie bank was 
eholBed with a tangle of branehes and small 

tree.s. carried down at flood tin ' lodged 

there. At the outer point a huge tree lay sida> 
ways, its roots to the water, its top slanttoff 
high into the air. 

DrlscoU ditiiLK'd on It and looked for EHliot's 
boat. To his amazement it was speeding to- 
ward the opposite bank. Bllot was leaning 

forward in the Rfnn, and DrlscoU could hear 
him roaring and swearing at the furiously 
padrtlthg natl^ 



Tha Bar Latpad pfariMiiri ag tha Qraat Jaws doaai Widi the i:orca et a ttaam Hamraar. 



Matala was totaUy unarmed and ElUot, as 
he watched him flounder through the matted 
fou&hes In the eh»nTwl, woodatad what ha was 

going to do. 



Five 1 leads Appear 

HE glahccd at tlie water, and then he 
under st ood. Instead of one, five huge 

head.^ were now swI.-ililnK hither and thither 
along the surface. Tlie beasts had been in 
tha ihallows as ha g u essed, and the shooting 
had driven them to the safety of the deep 
water. SUiot's boys had seen the fate of 
their companion, and were now racing to 
blind panic for the nearest dry land. 

Drlscull watched the boat ground, and the 
boys spring out and race up the bank. Ha 
saw from EUiot's movements that ha was 
urging tiiem to return and take him baek 
acroos the river. 

But the natives had had anou^ Nothtog 
would Induce them to ventfire on the water 
while those heads, one of which belonged to 
the klUer. wara ranging tha'rtviir't sorfMa. 
ptnaii v Elliot stappadj|nt9 the boat and pMhad 
ofl alone. 

Be had just passed the Mg mud bank, and 

was making for the little island, when Drls- 
coU, who had been watching the water closely, 
yallad to titm to steer for the shallows. He 
had Just seen one of the hlpiHxs, after huiK 
Ing toward the boat, suddenly aubmerge. He 
could not be sure, but he had little doubt 
that It was the beast they had woundad. 

Though not particularly cunning to general, 
tha swimming hippo is an adept at one 
dangerous trick. Often, tostead of attacking 

a boat on the .surface, he will .submerge and 
scuttle under water toward It. no doubt seeing 
iu raovcolnta clearly tnm balow. Whan 
dirwtiv underneath he will shoot upward.s and 
often hurl the boat several feet clear out <rf 
tha watar. Hundreds at nauvaa and aavaral 
white men have test thatr Uvea through that 
manoeuvre. 



Diabolical Yellow Eyct 

) 'TH hunt.er.s were weU aware of that habit 
of the hippo's, and whan DrlscoU yeUed. 
undantood his danger and teat no ttma 

In ' ' -n k \n; Ills cotu.se 

He lukd not paddled a doaen wards when, 
without the sflghtest warning ripple or eddy 
of the water, the stern of tha boat waa atniok 
end Jerked high into the tir mint wns mta- 
pulted ftooi It as If he had been a kitten, and 

ht» tkv walar al|M «rl« 



The Instant h'' "'^e and got his bearings he 
struck out for Uie reeds. lAtckily he was a 
powerful swimmer. Luckily, ton the boat 
had remained afloat to give the furiou.s bull 
something on which to vent its rage. For, as 
Kttlot's ladng atrokas draw him rapidly away, 
the hippo was buqr ndaetof ,tha bodt to 
splinters. 

With anxious eyes DrlscoU watched his 
companion swiftly elaava tha water. Ha saw 

him reach the edge of the reeds in .safety, 
saw him rise to his feet and stumble along 
tha aUppary bottom upwards to solid ground. 

With a sigh of relief he daecended from his 
perch. As his foot touched the sand he 
suddenly recoUed. stumbling back untU 
brought up by a branch of the tree. Than ha 
stood staring Into a pair of yellowi.ih brown 
eyes, the most evU- looking eyes he had ever 
aaan to tha head of a llvtog thli*. 

He was face to face with the thing he had 
been dreading from the moment he had been 
splllad toto the water— » crocodUe, And his 
rifle was at the bottom of the rivar. 

Death deallnR . ^•■•n the mighty Jaw.s and 
tusks of the hu ,^ t^ .^unus. they did not In- 
spire to him tha aaraa honor as tha motlflB- 

less head of the crocodile perhaps because 
Of its sinister, serpent-like shape and tha 
dlaboUoal eyes. 

Tlie reptiles head, with Its long cniel Jaws, 
was flat on the sand. Its short paws were 
half burlad to tt. aa if it waa aboM to haava 
Itaalf forward. 

Makes Serious Error 

IT dkl make a sudden slight movement with 
Its submerged tail, and DrlscoU did a 
looUah thing. Instead of climbing back toto 
tha tiaa, where he would have been safe unUi 
Mip oama from EUiot, he raced 'toward tha 
other and of the little island. His infpiition 
was to Olanber across the braiKhes liaing the 
channel and reach the bank. 

But even had there been a bndge across It 
he could not have made it. At his first Jump 
Uia erooodUa sUd back off the sand. With a 
speed that a.stonlahcd and dlsmx ed him It 
cut through the water and reached the channel 
yards ahead of hhn. it was fortunate for 
DrlscoU that it did. for. had ha laaahad tt 
first, he would have bogged In the tangle of 
light branches at the first step, and faUen an 

easy pray to the swift and deadly kOlar of tha 

waters. 

DrlscoU turned to rush back to the tree 
Agato the crocodUe. with a few flicks of lU 
tatt. aasUy outdlstanoad hhn as ha fkmodmi 

Oftr the soft ftnd yielding sand. 

Ftr aome reason the saurian did not take 
^ OMBM that would have mada it cartato 
of its dtoner. It was s i gh t aan ar tWMtty teat 
long, and had It climbed out of the sand dt 
could easily have cornered the man. and with 
a slagia Mow of Ha powsffUl tall Aot htoa talo 
the water. As It wa.s. it did no more than rest 
Its paws on the send. Just above the water** 
edge. Its head moitonlees. wslting, but ready 
tr nap with bghtning speed. Its evil yellow 

eve« aler* to Drlsroll's sllithfe.st movement. 
Pneslbly it expected Its Intended viotim 

«r libr to take.to the walar. 



DrlscoU. ii )iArpened sense all too clearly 

Rescued by Brave Native 



toterpretlng the reptile's alert watchful at- 
titude, felt sure it would not be long before 
it did leave the water. If it did. and got 
between him and the tree, nothing could save 
fclm from one of the UK'iest deaths imaginable. 

In tiie Grip of a Crocodile 

SLOWLY and cautloasly he moved forward. 
A lucky spring might take him safely past 
the waiting Jaws, though tha looaa, dry saM 
was a demorallzlnK handicap. HLs chances 
were lessened by the fact that the sand bar, 
noaliere very wide, narrowed to lass than a 
dozen feet at tha astnmtty, wtftaia tha Mg 
tree lay. 

Juat than ha heard raiot's voice, from tha 

top of the bank behind him. 

"Make for the tree, Drl^oU," ha ShOolad. 
"I've sent for the spare rme." 

BUot's rifle was also at the bottom of tha 

rher It had pone down when the hippo 
demolished the second boat. The only weapon 
now left was to tha ten(, several hundred 

yards from the river. 

Not daring to take his eyes from the croco- 
dUe, DrlscoU waved his hand In reply, and 
oonttoued his perilous advance. Finally he 
plunged forward. When almost level with the 
crocodile's motionless head he sprang into the 
air. Instantly there was a swirl to tha watar. 

DrlscoU's feet thudded down tm tha sand 
and again he sprang, this ttma at a branch of 
the tree three or four feet above his head. 

Stout as It was. the branch wa.s only part 
of a deed tree. When Drisoolls full weight 
bon on it there was a loud crack and it 
napped off Uke a dry twu a.s he dmpyped. 
DrlscoU's chest hit another branch, partly 
burled in the sand, with a thttd that knOOkOd 
the breath out of his body 

Oasplng both with terror and the effort to 
recover his breath, he klobad for a pundiasa 
in the shifting, powdery sand Before he found 
it one of his waving legs was caught below the 
knee In a cruahtog gylp. It Was to the Jawi 
of the crocodile. 

Ai the reptUe pulled, DrlscoU s arms wrapped 
themscive,^ arouWb the branch across wMch 
he had fallen. The steady pull on his leg 
was tiroken by sharp tugs tliat threatened to 
tear It from Its socket, bat Oriscoil. hinging 
the branch for dear life, scarcely felt the pain 
He did not know that the shifting sand was 
helping to defeat the eroeodUet efforts to 
drag him toto the water. 

Vaguely he was aware that ai.ot was 
shouting something to hlog. What, he couMnt 
teU, but ho neede d no advlea to hold fs.st to 



to quick. 



his branch. His braalb 
panting gasps as his 
cracked with the stmin 

Meanwhile, as Blioi. up on the river bank, 
was yelling to the bar ha had aoifc lor tha 

spare rifle, several of the safari hov« r«n up 
Among them was Matala, the big. husky head 
R>y He had bean ehofaa by Ihs twa mo lor 
his intelligence end hunting experience Both 
those qualities were to sUnd DrlscoU in good 
stead now. 

4ltar ana glance at onscoii s terrible 
otoant tha boy turned to Diiot. 

Rapana paga. bwaaa ' (Dont ahoot. 
ten. he 
the baiik. 



MATAIA knew. As .soon as he gained tha 
sand bar he raced along It. straight lo 
the crocodiled haad. He b«t ovar it. doubled 

up the flnpers of each hand and Jabbed his 
thumbs, one alter the other, hard Into the 
ayas. 

The reptile quivered along lU entire length. 
Its taU threshed the water furiously. But It 
did not relax its grip. Matala drove his thumbs 
In with greater force. They continued digging 
toto the eyes, like pecking beaks of vulture, 
until suddenly the Jaws flew open. There was 
a harsh, gurgling sound from tha thioat, the 
short paws ploughed Into the sand, and the 
long body, writhing with pato, slithered back 
to the water. 

■Hot. with his rifle, had now reached the 
sand bar, too. Before the crocodile's paws 
slithered ofT the edge of the sand ha fliad. 
straight toto the "amplt," the oiooodUa'aaMot 
vulnerable spot. 

There was a Ughtning-Uke, convulsive leap, 
a gUnt of the yellow-white belly, a 8pla.sh. and 
the reptile vanished, if the bullet went home, 
the crocodile's cannibalistic biwthfan WOOM 
know how to look after the ob.seqiile,s 

DrlscoU's leg was a mass of painful cuts, but 
the stout leather leggtaga ha waa waartag 
saved It from a serious manglini? 

The two hunters decided that unle« a par* 
Ucuiarly good ^Mdmen offered an easy mark 

at dawn they would trouble the Tnna hippos 
no more on that safari. The wounded beast 
which had shown such an unusual amount of 
fight might or might not be dead The boys 
from the native vUlage would look out for him. 

He was not dead. Nor had his wounds 
knocked the fight out of him Rather the re- 
verse, as natives and white men ^MKt were 
aoon to laam. 

Some time after t.he moon had risen the 
aitite men were sitting to their tent smoking. 
Tha safari boya, with aona af tha viUagars 
who were hopefuUy sUylnu at the camp for 
the night, were lying in a jabbering group a 
Short distance away. 

Suddenly Driscoll and Elliot "were startled 
by a wild yeU from about thirty throaU. KUiot 
gramad the rifle and mahad out. DriseoU 
hobbling after him In the bright moonllnht 
they saw the shadowy flgiires of the boys 
rushing up a ataap rlaa to tha ground. A 
hoarse, furious snorting near the spot where 
the) >nx been lying revealed the cause of their 
fright. Tha huga dark balk of a Mppo 

flouiKlerlng and stamping about, 
the enemies who had eluded htoi. 

He may have been manly foOowhiff tha 
usual hippo castom of night fe 
caught the scent of human bodlaa If 
But latar both whMa 

convinced that he had deliberately left the 
water to an attempt to get hold of tha foca 
who had attached hh»-Hi rora thing for a 

hippo to do 
The two men followed the esanmla tt .tha 

beast came nearer, they might get hl a taifer 
ahot from the halfht above it. 

Aitm plunging ahe«t far a while the hippo. 
paflMp'< n<.t rr:ishing a cUmb. waddled away 
froai the spot. But ha did not go back to the 
river. Inataad ha took a direction that would 
brinit him unpleasantly cloee !• 
Which a Ipmp 



Very Surprised Monster 

TlUNKlNU lo head him ofT or pob^lWy 
drop him, EUllol hred. It was purely a 
iiuiu , shot, for accurate shooting to tha 
moonlight, brlKht a.s it wa.s, was Impossible. 
They heard the chai acterlstlc clap of the bul- 
let as It hit. but that old buU seemed to have 
more than nine lives, for the only efTect the 
ahot had was to make him increa.se his speed. 

Than his eye must have caught the dull 
How of the lighted tent. For he broke toto a 
shambling trot and charged straight at It. his 
deep, hoarse grunts of rage again filling the 
air. 

Ill an enon i., savr the tent and the camp 
beds, already .v t up Klliot began rapid lUing. 
Some of ih.. buiin,. . ^-med to strike, but thay 
did no.inmicdiate damage, and In a few .sec- 
onds the sound of ripping canvas, and splin- 
tering wood told the two men they would 
bivouac In the open that night. 

But klboko. in his lost for vengeance, had 
overreached himself. The least resistant ioa 
he had tackled in that day's battling gave him 
the iuipriw Of Ills Ufe. As the tent pole went 
down and took the hangtog storm lantern 

with It, one oi the hli)|x)'.s jxinderous faat 
must have crushed Uie tto oU reservoir. 

There was a Jet of Are, and an tostant latar 
the cajivas, soaked in the HNutlng pandta, 
was a mass of hissing flame. 

When tha Mg head, with the four-ton body 
behind it. struck the tent wall, Uie canvas had 
fcplit like Ussue paper. Doubtless the beast 
thought he was crushing into something solid. 
He must have been surprised when the thtog 
draped lUelf in a cUnglng mas.s about his 
body. The feel of the stranRc enveloping 
thing that he could not shake oft must hm 
added to his already hot rage, for the two men 
could hear his smothered gruntlnn rLse to a 
kind of raucous squeal. 

But when his unexpected drai>ery burst 
toto flame an his rage turned to blind terror. 
Tlv blazlnR mass swirled and billowed to the 
ftound of tearing canvas and the snapping of 
•uy ropes. The head of the most terrified 
Wppo In Africa emerged, and with wUd bol* 
Jowtogs the big besst thundered ofT river- 
wards, part of the flaming tent clinging to 
his neck and shoulders and frlnginf Ua dark 
aides with streamers of Are. 

Bi spite of their loss, which meant an un- 
comfortable niKht on the ground for them, 
the two men could not help laughing heartily 
at the sight of the uncouth beast, roaring with 
fear and poun<iing clumsily back to tha wnlar 
in his mantel of fire. 

■Hot helped him along with anoUier couple 
of bullets. But he thudded away and gained 
the shelter of the swamp. FV)r hair an hour 
or so thay heard him snorting and blowtog 
m the reeds and than, qulta aaddaalr, ihata 
was sUenoe. 

in the morntog they found him dead to the 
shallows. There were nine or tan bullet holea 
to him. An examination showed that he must 
have been a rogue of a particularly vicious 
ktod. HU body was a mass of tarrlUa aoaia, 
the result of battles with other bulls. Some 
of the gashes he had acauired were so xocent 
that thay war* attll 



far 



Dealing in Jewels With 

Aiai) Prirlcrs Is MuiL 
Coinplicaud 

pCAHL daaUng la mora oompllcatad than 

X any stock exchange transaaton. The 
captato of an Arab pearler and two membera 
of hla craw go to tha buyar'a house accom- 
panied by a broker. Tea Is served and con- 
▼araation turns on every subject except pearls. 
But Anally thay eo^ to business. tIm cap- 
tain we learn from "SecrcU of the Red Sea,* 
by ^. Henri de Monfreld, a French adventur- 
er who has spent money years pearl-fishing 
and gun-running— produces his packat of 
pearls, and. after considerable weighing and 
cakuhittog. the buyer. Jacques Schouchana, 
says, "How much?" 

"Twenty thousand rupaaa," rapUaa tha eap- 
Uto. (About HOMO.) 

The other may offer $8W. 

At the end of two howa thay are not nmati 
closer together. 

As there la no hope of aatttanant— appar- 
entlv there never Is-the broker Joins In. He 
unwinds hu turban and throws it over tha 
aaOara hand and ana ar hla own. 

A silent dialogue ensues bet^'.een tha tW# 

hidden hands. It U slow and sure tolk. 
Tha aabdng ef one fUigafr mtsiw 1— lO— loa 

1 000 according to the size of the transae- 
Uon— and eo on. two fingers means 3—39— 
M9— 9Mt, and so on. During thu pantomime 
the seller protest.s and makes a counter Offer. 
Uking to hU turn the finger of tha broker. 
This goaa on for half an hdur. 

In tha and, when the broker thinks ha haa 
fbond a figure to suit both buyer and seller, 
ha Is appointed arlMter. He places the hand 
of the n#>iier In tho iMMd Of lha knyw: 

' Bay *I seU.- " 

He refuses at first and makaa objections, 
but finaQy tha bargata Is wmrtudsd and lha 

broker announem the price he has fixed Tm- 
mediately both aides break out toto an ex- 
ptoelcn of ImprecatlonL 

The seller "You havt tafeM wtf ptapaiCr. 
You are a thief." 

The buyer: "I am rHtoad." 

Often they strike the broker 
The divers get practically nothing for the 
>«ffk In 
dCIMr 



rnr. dmi.v (tm.omst. \ ictokma. nc. si vpa^". aprtl 29, 1934 




The Passing of the Lilies 



A FANTASY 



K nows Thousands of Words 



Br AXJOB FACn 

ELL, Wh«.t .1., 1 kr.aw ahnii! 
UiAt?" «scUume<l Mac FielU <Uio 
bniitMd MOM wtthered UUm from 
bar ahoulder. People ought to have man 
amiM than to throw tbair nibWab out the oar 
like that." 

■•Mnd HUM laf inVt» road, eruabed and 
Wtthared. and as the thrre girli Itroeoadod OH 
tlMlr way to Mount Douglas Park. IMar Vie- 
torla. they eoaaptetod tha daatnietlaa of tha 

lUiM by nithlesaly trampllnK thorn underfoot. 

Her ateter Freda laughed. -Laiee, UUm 
averywbere, on the ground and In tba ahr," 
riM dianted. 

"Don't talk 6o foolish." remonstrated Mae; 
*tlMy nuiy be on the ground and ereryWhere, 
but bow oan tbey be in the air? " 

"They were In the air from the second they 
left the car until they landed on you." ex- 
plained VTeda. 

•Hie last of the trio stooped nnd picked up a 
My from the dust of the road and commenced 
to pan the petals off on* by one. na loves 
aw. he loves me not Bo lovM nt, be 
tovaamenot. He " 

-Oh! eoii|» aloof. OMte." betfed Freda. "X 
want my lunch " 

"What's the good of pulling the peUls oil 
a Illy?" aiked Ma*. "XHay always have rix 
petals aad It alwaya e oaea oat Ha Iowa ma 
not.*" 

The three girls had come out from the dty 
of Victoria to spend Saturday afternoon In 
the beautiful park. They had scarcely left 
the street car behind when a ear pamed 
showering them with lilies the occupaoli bad 
picked m the park some time before. 

It was a lovely day and quite warm. Al- 
laady then were a number Of paeple having 
bmch or (tatherlnif lilies. For a While the 
gtrls wandered about under the trees, picking 
a Illy bore and there until aadh bad » lovaiy 
bouquet. 

TiOi'a have our lunch here." suggested 
Freda: nt's ao nice under tbeaa foroot Hants. 

I My! I Just love trees." 

The girls sat down on the grass and en- 
joy«l a hearty luwSh. while the liliea they had 
picked were carelesaly left to wither In a patch 
of sunlight. After lunch, the girls repacked 
the luneh tasket and set off up the mountain 
side in search of morr lUlr.s, leavlaf those 
they had already gathered behind. 

"It's no use taking those with us," said llae. 

"There are lots better one.s up higher," 
agreed Freda. Those are withered now and 
would be dead by the time we got home." 

"Yfg, tbay are no good now. and there's lots 
more." sgreed Olive MiUs as she followed her 
friends. 

Toe more than three hours the girls wan- 
dered About, picking lilies until each had as 
many as she could carry. 

"Myl arent they Just lovalyr eselalmed 
fteda as she sat down on the grass under a 
tree. "I promised my mother thai I would 
bring her an armful and she bet me I 
wouldn't." she laughed: "bue here they are." 

"I am thirsty," complained Mae. "I am go- 
ing to get sdraa water." 

"So am I." said Freda, dropping her arm- 
ful Of lilies on the grass. "You stay here, Olive, 
and mind the basket and llUea and wa wlU 
bring you back some water." 

"All right," agreed Olive, handing the milk 
bottle out of tba )m6^ basket to ftada. 'Tm 
Just tired out XH have a last wbUe you are 
gone." 

Olive pushed the lilies on one side and lay 
fun length on the grass. Yea, she certainly 
was tired. She had stayed up SO lato last 
night to finish a book that her father had got 
quite angry. He said it was dlsgracrful for 
girls of only twelve years old to be up imtll 
eleven o'clock at night. His mother had never 
allowed his sisters to stay up after nine-thirty, 
and that was quite late enough for growing 
girls. She knew It was too late for a girl of 
bsr age. but die ^Mt bad to finish that book. 
It was very quiet and peaceful here. She 
would be glad when the girls got back with 
the water, for She was thtosty and her hands 
were hot and sticky. She wished she had 
gone with them now so that she could have 
washed her hands undsr tbe top. It waa not 
so warm as It had been and a little breese 
was swaying the heads of the lilies growing 
near. The moatoal velea of a sMM brOka la 

Ul>on her musltiK 

"But, grandma, do you really mean that 
llUas grew here wild when ymi wars a ttttla 

girl?" 

nres, my dear," answered a voloa sadly. 
*Whcn 1 was a child you eould atan piek 

lilies In the city There were llHes every- 
where, now there is not a wild lily to be found 
en VancoBTsr Zslaad.'' 

"What were tbay ttks. gtaadiMr asfead tbs 
child. 

"Dont yon remember, my dear, thoee graoe- 

t\i\ white lilies T .ihoVed you the last time we 
went to Be a con Hill PMrkT" reminded the 
grandmottwr, •ihoaa smatt UUaa that hung 
their beads so modestly on a long. graenUh- 
brown stsm. The petals were whito almost 
to tha eentre, and around tha base or the 
petals were wavy reddiah-biown lines, flecked 
with gold like the rays of the rising sun. The 
plstU was whfto. and at the end. divided into 
three points which curled outward and 
around the pistil, six white sUken threads 
hung with golden tassels. Don't you remem- 
ber. my dear^ 
'nres, grandma. I remember.'* aaswsrad the 
"Z eould not forget 



to be found from one i-!ni of ihi.-. i.siand in the 
other • She gave a deep sigh, "'rhat is. ex- 
cept in uic parks or prtvato gatdsns.** 
"But grandma." want an tta sbikTs yttm, 

"what has »>• i nim- of all th'- beautiful lUlfifl''" 
"My dear." said the graodmoUier sadly. "I 
am ashamed to taU foa, liar X vas ooa s( tlw 
selfish, stupid paepto wbo imlptd !• silsrml- 

netp Lheiii 

' Yuu. giaiiamal" exclaimed the child. "l 
eannol believa that my dear, good, wlss old 
grandma could batO balpad to dSatl'U| SUOh 

lovely llowera" 

It Is true, my cliUd," eonfeassd the grand- 
mother "TTic wild lilies w»>r.> ■ i r of the 
glories of Vancouver Island; evn>wlieie one 
went there wira wild mas. People were not 
content with a few. they gathered them bv 
the armful. Sraryone who could went out of 
the etty or Victoria to gather bllaa In tbe 

country. Alone the rnads cars would pa.'s <.!■. 
the way home loaded with , lilies the occu- 
pants had gathered In this beaaHful part or 
In the country. Ixt.s of the lilies would wither 
or the way home and be thrown out Into the 
dust of tbe hot*road. I was a (AtOd than, aad 
Butty's the time I have gone out with other 
children picking lUles, and on the way home 
have thrown them away because they had 
withered or I had got tired of carrying them. 
It was usual then to see children with their 
hot mtle hands grasping a boneh of tlia b sa n 
tlful flowers. Often when the children took 
them home they did not trouble to put them 
In water. Just left them on the table or a 
Chair. Then their mothers would pick out a 
few nf the best and throw the rest Into the 
garbage can. They took home eo many that 
the mothers had to throw them out or have 
filled every flower vase and spare sealer In the 
house. So many mothers just rammed a big 
bundb Into ana ?ase and It must have looked 
pitiful to see them bundled together like that. 
After a time, people began to see that the 
imea wars disappearing. The women's dubs 

appralrd to the people, then to the children 
In the schools, and at last to Parluunent. 
Nothing eould be dona, however, tmttt a qto- 
cial act of Parliament was passed to protect 
the lilies. By the time Parliament got round 
to It and made It unUwfm to pick wUd lUka 
every lily had been exterminated. Tt was a 
wicked, thoughtless thing for the people to do, 
and the worst of it waa. whan tbey wanted 

lilies, they Just gave a tug at th« Illy and 
pulled out leaves as well; that is what killed 
the bulbs. Hark, child I Can you hear that 
eerie sound? Listen. " 

There was silence for a little while, and In 
the silence Olive fancied she could hear a 
faint moaning. 

"Yes. grandma." whispered the child so 
softly that OUve could hardly hear. "I hear 
a faint moaning. It makes ms feel so sad." 

"Tee. my dear." agrasd the grandmother. 
"It Is sad to think that It Is all that U left of 
the wild UUes of Vancouver Island." 



"Olive I" shouted a voice close at hand, "for 
goodness sake, waka up. We haw been hunt- 
ing you for over an hour. Wp couldn't re- 
member where we left you. We thought 
you must have gone home." 

OUve sat up nnd looked around. Tin .slant- 
ing rays of the sun told her It must be nearly 
alx o'clock. The Ullea ware atlU nodding their 
heads In the breeee, except those that lay on 
the ground where the girls had dropped them, 
and they looked too Ump to nod their heads. 

"I must have been a.sleep." muttered Oltva 
as she rose to her feet. "I had such a goaar 
dream. I dreamed k heard " 

"Oh. bother your dreams." interrupted 
Freda. "If you hadn't gone to sleept we 
wouldn't have had to hunt for you eo long." 

8he piekad up tub basket and started off. 

followed by her sister Mae. 

OUve looked down at ths bunches of lilies 
lying at her feet. "You've forgotten the lilies," 
she rnllrd. picking up her own withered bunflh. 

"They're no good," said Freda. 

"Wu no good taking thoaa home." added 
Mae: "we can pick a few fresh ones" 

Silently Olive followed them, leaving tha 
withered Mllea behind. Suddenly She stopped. 

"Hush!" she whi.spered as the others stopped, 
too. "Can't you hear a queer sound In the 
ab-r 

"It's only the wind In the trees." said ?Yeda 
"It sounds like a storm blowing up." said 
Itae. "Come on. let's hurry." 

But M Olive stood listening with bowed 
head to the eerie sound, tears flooded her 
careless Mne eyes, for sha knew tt waa tha 
moaning and Sighing Of tba dsad and dytog 
Ulles. 

• e • • • • 

If yvu who have carelessly plucked UUes will 
Stand where lilies have bloomed, or are still 
bloemlag, wKb bowad bead aad pealtanea la 
your hearta, yoa, too. wffl bear tba paaalBg of 
tba iniea. 



In Lv Ci) liiiilg 

GVrC all thy thrMiirht and rare to fhU - 
that Ood be with thee in everything 
then deeet.— 'niemaa a Kempis. 



The Next War 



IP the 
don, 



P the "next war" be allowed to come Lon- 
m, mam, MtD, aiv Uktiy to ba 
heapa of mine In a lev 
staad. 



'Tea. tba bulba are sapaaslvs aow. and it's 
who can afford to bay thsm." 

went on the grandmother. "The grass here 
used to be oovarad With them In the Spring 
■a Udokly thai oaa conM not take a atsp wllb- 

mm iborv iiMi«M 



Just an Idea 




Ihis Little Qurl l/M Famous in New York Krcaucr Slit 

Aldmaifh ftba la Oa||p Five Years om Hr^,,les This 

Songs. Her Name Is Jeanne Coebraaa. 



Kuows the Meaning of 
She Can Siag French 



1.000 Words 



Kippy Elf Saves the Party at 
Tinkle Hollow 



T 7- IPPY xif was walking gattj along the 
Iv road through the meadow, bis mouth 

puckered up In a Im.'.'v whistle hLs hat 
perciicd on his head, lus hands behind his 
back, and a ttny piece cf wUIow bransb with 
one of Spring's first wee soft pussies on It. 
stuck behind his ear. He felt happy and sat- 
isfied with tba whole wide green aad flowary 
world, besides be had on a bright new green 
suit, with yellow cap and shoes to match. As 
ha walked along, er e e uaes and snowdrops In 
their pretty drs m es nodded their heads to him, 
and swayed gently to tbe lilt of fairy p4)es. 
Mr..Blue Bird, hturylag home with a fat worm 
in his mouth, tilted for a moment on a wiUow 
bough to speak to Klppy. "Well, weU, Kippy 
Xlf . what a nice new suit, and where are you 
off to todayt" 

"Thank you. Mr Blue Bird, I'm on my way 
to the picnic at Big Pond. Everyone's in- 
vited, there. wlU ba a Mg crowd, plenty o( 
Rames and ftta. aad aU yon waat to eat Tea 
had better come along!" 

"When you have a hungry little family like 
mine. Klppy. there's no time for plcalea. Per- 
haps Blue Bird Will -gOt tba cbaaga 

will be goiAl lor herl" 
"Bow ata your baMes, Mr. Blue Blrdt** 
"Very well, indeed, Kippy. but what a hun- 
gry lot tbey arel Pardon me for talking with 
my mouth full, but this Is a special treat for 
them. Oh. to be young aad free Of caral 
Ooodbye Klppy Elf, and have a happy dayl" 
Mr. Blue Bbrd darted Into the traea. aad 
Kippy went on hLs way. He stopped to chat 
with the crocuses along the edge of the road, 
and once he drank the dew from a buttercup, 
under a shady tree an<! got the yellow pollen 
all over his noee. He almost tripped over 
Mr. Snail, who was crawling over a stick. 

"Hello, hello. Mr. Snail, you'd bettor get 
back to your shell. I saw some hungry I^^qH tw 
robins down the road." 

'Ah me. what a life Klppy I What a lifet 
"I have to watch my p's and q's I want to go 
to the picnic I Do you want a ride up, Klppy?" 
Klppy laughed. "The truth Is, Mr. Snail, Vm 
too big for you. and ynu are too slow for me! 
You'll arrive In time for a picnic next Spring 1" 
"Tea. yss, I s'pese ael X should like to prae- 
tica more speed, but it Is out of the question. 
It makes everything a little difficult when one 
always arrlvaa when it Is time to leavel" 

"in tell you what to do Mr Snail! Oet 
into your shell, and I'll give you a lift up 
thecal" offered Klppy. 

Mr Rnall dropped ofT the stlflk. aad lookSd 
excitedly around for his shell. 

"Here K Is. here It Is!" cried Klppy. Ttitry 
Snail cravvlod In. and off they went. 

There were so many things happening, and 
so mush asdtsnMat at Big Pond. Kippy didn t 
know what to do first. He put Mr. Snail in a 
safe place, and climbed onto the branch of a 
tree to get a better view. There were elves 
everywhere. In all colors. Ihey arrived on 
dragon files, blue bottles and butterflies One 
little fellow came on a wasp, and when asked 
If he wasn't afraid of being staag. ba saM 
boldly, "Oh, he's all right If you don't go too 
near his pins and neediest I don't intend to 
be anyonels pin cushionl" 

Such a whirring of wings and buzzing and 
droning I The lltUe Klvee had to about to ba 
heard. Tbs traile tiinams so mtma up aad 

there were so many quarrels snd arfldentS^ 
the Elfin poUcemen had to be called out. 
TIM pisala waa baM to Ttekla Mow. near 

Dig Pond, among hui?r trees and mossy ston«s. 
where wild flowers and long grass grew, and 
ab9>at«aa paapad oat to watoh the gemae. lb- 
wards evening the flrofl.r, l:' . .ids^ 
tiny fairlaa in wispy dresses, with wands aai 



then they found the biggest, blackest cloud in 
Mrs. Sky's backyard. They aU helped to dxmg 

the cloud over until it was right above Tinkle 
Hollow, thennhey ran and hid behind it. By 
the amlle on Lady Moon% face, aa Sba glided 
over, and slipped behind the doud. She en- 
joyed the Joke, too. A moment later tbe Rain- 
fatarlee turned thair sQvwry watering cans up- 
side down, and pitter patter, pltter patter, 
splash! and the party at Tinkle Hollow was 
broken up before you eould wink twice! The 
little elv. ,: ■ 'Hirlp.s da-^' - I ;:.der toa'dstools 
and flowers. Flies, ants and beetles went 
scurrlng everywhere, and the poor butterflies 
fluttered everywhere, crying, 'Oh. my poor, 
wings! Oh. my poor wings!" The little .stars 
tried not to amlle. but their eyes twinkled 
merrily. Then Kippy Xlf stepped out fTom 
uaAtf a mushroom, and sang thia little song. 

"Oh Ralnfairie.s stop your raining. 
Put away your watering cam, 
You're breaking tip tba party. 

And spoiling all our plans!" 

» 

"Oh Ratofalrlas atop your rainlaff, 
OoHM join us while you may. 
Flit off your dewy dresses. 
And oonM along aad piayr 

Little faces peeped out from every aide of 

the cloud, eyes full of niLsrhlcf, little hands 
waved to Klppy. then up went the watering 
cans again, and pfttar patter, pltter, patter. 
8pla.sh! and Klppy fouBd himself wot through. 

"I'd like to Show them that they can't spoil 
everythbig as eaaUy as that," he said, aa he 
Ehook his tiny fist at them. 

• Bzzzxz." said Mr, Wasp, "if it were not so 
far up there. I'd like to punish them myself!" 

'That's an Idea, Mr. Wasp. You give me a 

lide down to Cob Web Lady's. Ill bet SbeH 
chase them away for mat" 

A moment later Klppy* was fc»i^fc«rg en the 
door of Cob Web Hou.se Dear me dear me, 
Kippy. this Is a fine time to be knocking at 
my door. I was Ja-t gning to bed. whatavar to 
the matter." asked Cob Web Lady. 

"Oh. the Rainfairtes are spoiling our party, 
and we were all having Sttch a good tbas. 
Won't you drive them away, please!" 

"Well. Sweeping Brush wUl grumble plenty, 
we've had a buay day. ni do that for you. 
though, KIppv Run along to your party, 
1 11 go up and attend to the little rascals!" 

Kippy burned back with the news, and aU 
the little people peeped out to watch the fun. 
It didn't toka Cob Web Lady long to send 
tha Malafalrtaa away, and to sweep tha Mg, 
black cloud Into Mrs Rky'.s backyard, and she 
warned Mrs. Sky to keep her gato closed. Then 
aha SMMed the RataifatalM. All tbe Uttle 
elves ran out of hiding as Cob Web LadP ftr d 
Sweeping Brush sailed off home. 

After a great deal of singing and dancing 
the party was over and everjrone said tbsy 
had had a wonderful time. 

Klppy aad Toby Snail were Just starting 
for booM when Mr Wasp said. "Come along 
Klppy, I'U give you a ride. Toby Snail, tOO! 
My, you certainly saved the party! 

"Ttiank you for the ride, and jroar balp, tao^ 
Mr. Wasp! Oome along Toby! Away we go! 
All I ve got to say Is: What a party! What 
a partyi" 



Our Land and Its Provinces 

' Progress in Prince Edward Island 



to 



Answers to Last Week's 
Puzzles 

Tht Last Straw— The Mrd made two Jour- 
nays for aatft strasr aaespt tba flnt. 
jaaiMya of flflp paMto 



O 



NB of tba troables of these davs Ls that 
to one of the small things 
MpUMMflhllV. 



wa/ riHiirinc And Singing, and a lovely 
of sweet grass salad aad banay. sarrad 
tablea. 

The party was a Mr k k - ess until the Rain- 
fairies decided to play a Joke on ereryoae, to 
fact. Ibsy abnast ipoUad tha party! Pbfii 

■d bati^ tad) 



What Town Is 

What Am 1?— A Isdder 
Riddle in Rhyme Canberra. 



LAST weak wa saw tha taaatlgraats 
rr;i:-->- KVlward lilHn<l ijIaM'ji^ >..'^ 
poUloes round the »luinpj» ui Uitlr luUe 
eleartnga. sewing wbsat. date and bariey to 

fccrourul made soft and smiyoi]- a • h \vi oden 
unijicmeiits. They had passes Uie Winter in 
log bsaass. warmad and lighted by tbe Mg open 

fire Horp and there watermllls were balag 
bin:: and the stone querns found other bias 
ihau hddlag ttoe grain fbr tba stone peaOe to 

crosli 

Now AC wiii Auich tbe rapid growth of the 
grato to tba bright sunshtoa aad warm show- 
era. IjAds ar- h ,:' •••>(,' fences t > kf-p :• • 
few COW6 111 UK- ;ict. I It-men t. while Uieu iiatuis 
watch that neither they nor tbe sheep get to 
while they are at work .Mother, aun* ari'l h. ■ 
sister hoe and weed and count the weeks till 
the grato wUl be ready for tha raaptag book 
brought from the old land. 

Through tba trees tliey can catch glimpses 
of tbe boata of tha itohermen. ^Ops flUs arary 
heart at the thouf^ht that food WlU be laady 
ere another Winter comes. 

Bverywhara the ringing sound of the axe to 
heard. a.s spruoo birch, beech oraMipto fall be- 
fore the sturdy blows of young BMB. Vessels 
In the nearest harbor are ready to carry loga 
to market, and others will be needed for fire- 
wood and to build barns to shelter the anlmSto 
tbay hope to boy with the money rseslv«d. 



and soma of their eons bad begun to seek wider 
flalds for their knowledge or skiU; while 
flocks and herds were Increasing and splendid 
boeaea ware bred for home or foreign use. the 
.shipbuilding trade disappaaiwl with the com. 
ing of the steamship. 

wnWH**!^!*^ "^^^ ^ the 

world to the colony, it was not b»g before 

of the people began to wish for a ralU 
•Bd for anion with their neighbors. Ma- 
chlnery had for some time come to tft aid of 
the farmer. The scythe was hunR up and th. 
■owtog machine took its place. Threshlna 
machines llfrhtened labor. 

People were no longer satisfied with the ice- 
boats whtoh, to the depth of Winter brought 
he tardy mall from Cape Tormentine to Oana 
^'raverse. someUmes at the cpst Of tba Utoaof 



Now a car-ferry crosses daUy when the toe. 

'^^^^^IL:^^ no toiger Ply bafSi 
^••''rgawwn and Pictou. 

This brings u.s to the eve of Oonfedamtlon. 
That is a story we cannot tell here. We 
must, however, give a very hasty sketch of some 
Of thase who, In the past have dona work for 
the Canada of which In the year lg» 
■dward island became a part. 

(Oonttottad Neat Week) 



oope ie way wuB ina money rsesiv«d. AC*. r • 

Wooden Ship-Bu.ldmg ^ ^tory o f King.Albm 



Life Is s leaf of paper white. 
Whereon each one of us may wrtte 

then r a m es the night 



LrXTLB boys had grown to ba young men 
before the ploneer.s .saw in the forest a 
source of comfort if not of wealth. The- trade 
of tba world wanted Ships. Ooon stalpyarts 
were opened at the mouths of rivers. Tim- 
bers from oak, pine and hard maple were 
floated down the rlvan or hauled by ox teams 
over th' '• i snow. Of thto WOOd ships of 
many sizes were made. Many ^ were sokl 
abroad. Others ware loaded with pototoes, 
grain and fish, and taken to Boston and other 
poru on the Atlantic Coast. Schooners plied 
to Halifax or Shediae and brought back tea. 
supar. inrilas.ses, tobacco and other supplies. 
Vessels went to the West indies and farther. 
Captains and sailors from many parts of the 
Island were ready to man the ships. Many 
builders became rich men. The "men" got 
small but sure wages sad the money, to most 
cases, reached the homes. 

There were barn-raisings and stumping 
froUcB as neighbors aaseaSbtod for miles around 
to help each other. Crope grew larger, year 
by year. Roads were made— every man from 
sixteen to sixty doing his share of the work. 
• A far-.scelng statesman, one of the farmers, 
George Coles, persuaded the House of Assem- 
bly to grant money for echools, and from that 
time the haiKiicap of ignaranoa "wsa rsgMfad 
from the youth of the colony. 

Growth of Towns 

MBANWHILS enterprlslns: morri^Mnts had 
built warehouses, whai ^us and j>tores. 
Youths from the schools had found positions 
as clerks. 'When the early frost.s had hardened 
and dried the roads, carts laden with oats and 
potatoes were brought to the wharves from 
every farm by horses or oxen. With the money 
received from their sale, better implemenU 
were brought. Wives and daughtera purchased 
Sunday Rowas and bonnot.s. DruKRet and 
homespun were still everywhere wear for 
women and men. 

Boys who could be spared from the fanna 
found work as apprentices m towns and vU- 
lagas. flboemakers, tailcis, earpentem and 
Jolner.s were glad to take the lads and teach 
them their trades. The Journeyman often 
found his way to the Statea. Oirto, too. sought 
employment In the homes of well-to-do people 
in Charlottctown and In Boston. Their earn- 
ings to moat eaaas helped to bring oomf orto to 
their old homes. But the greater number 
found plenty to do on the farm till they left 
for homes of their own. The young couples 
sometimes shared the farms of their fathers, 
but oftener went to new land. It was not till 
later that womea ware glvaa aaqployauBt la 

the schools, and bOt g fSW COUld BMka bUftog 

by dressmaklnif. 

Oilier Schools 

ALAAOE proportKm of the settlers in the 
colony, nanoh. fleoteh aad Irish, held 
the Roman Catholic faith. TTiey wanted their 
children to be taught the doctrines of their 
reilgton to the sehoeto. To thto the amjortty 
would not coiisent For Catholic youth a fine 
college, St. Dunstan's, was established near 
Oharlottetown. a eanvent Jor girto was opened 

In the city. Olher.s were built In Catholic 

communities. In country t^hwlt children read 
the New Tsrtamaat wlthont aoto or coauaeat 
unless parenU objected. Then their children 
were allowed to oome to after the reading was 
oirar. At a later ttaae reUgtous teaeblag, vbaa 

desired, could be given after .school hoUBS to 
Roman Catholic children in the cities. 

Newspapers 

IN the early years of tbe nineteenth century 
the only newspapers were old ones sent 
from the Old Country. ThcKc were aagatty 
read, and went from hooM to home, 

inga, Ktonlre. pabtished the first news- 
paper, Tbe Islander, a Tory or. as we would 
say, a OonasrvatiTa organ which uphe'^d the 
side of aathortty. A gifted Irishman, Edward 
Wlielan, started The Examiner in the Interesto 
of the people. Tbe Patriot, which U stiU pub- 
Habad. was afterwarda owned and edited by 
Bon. i>«'k! Laird, tt WM liberal in politics, 
fbr several yean Mr. Banry Lawson filled the 
•dllonal abato of Hw Patriot. The Examiner, 
which became Conservative and has since been 
■sargad toto Has Guardian, waa tba property 
of Mr. Lawaoals nephew, W. U Oottoa. Oaa- 
ada has had lav aMar editers thaa they who 
wrote tn the storasy days before Confederation. 

The Coming of Steamboats 

WHIUB farmers were adding ftold to field, 
bulldlat Mipar barns and larger baosss. 



you have an heard of the sudden death of 
1 KinR Albert of Belgium. Why waa thto 

war, many will answer, others will say he 
wa.s a wise and patriotic ruler. AM tli to 
UTie^ but TU London Times has published a 
WUe atory which shows how close this gxaat 
man came to (he hearta of hto peopto-. 

-il ^w** during the War. and 

dust was Shrouding the ruins of a oertato 
vlllase near the Yssr. Tt^ sentry oTduS 
eagerly watched for the two chUdren who 
•very night crept out from their hldtog-nlaoe 
and approached the Calvary hard by to^ 
toelr prayers. ' 

Msrcelle. aged ten. knelt down and drew 

iouL ir't.*' ^' P"*'''^ 

round him, bewn to pray Then came "Our 

JlvT: But 
tonight, when It came to "yvwgive us our tre.- 
passe.s as we fortrlve those «ho 
against us, " he was obdurate. 
^I cannot say it tonight!* ' 

"But you mu.sf. .Tnrques." 

"I cannot." And tears fell in the 
mtoery of the dUll of the evening. 

Then the sentry saw a tall soldierly figure 
approach from the same ruins and stop with- 
to heartog dtotance of the chUdren 

At the repeated refusal of Jaequea to finish 
hlsprayer he stopped forward, and. knedlnK 
wsra beride the child, said, "i win ftoUh your 
pr^'ar for you. 

"ibrgive us our trespassm m ^ farglva 
those who trespass against us," 

J - " he came, but aot bafora 

the fij^ry had recognised hU Klngl 



Wishing 



Rlng-tlng, T wish I were a prUnroee. 
A '"• yt yellow primroee btowlag la Sm 
Sprtaigf 

Hie stooping boughs sbova ma. 
The wandering bee to love me. ' 
Thm fSra aad nuns to creep acroes. 
Aad tba ataa-lroa for our Mwgt 

Nay-suyi I wtoh I were aa atot-traa, 

A great lofty elm-treo. with grepn 1eav«a fayl 
The winds would set them dancing. 
The sun and mopnshlaa glaaea to. 

The birds would house •■»*Tt g |ba 

And sweetly* KinK. 

Oh— nof I wish I were a robin. 

A robto or a Uttla wiwn, everywheia to go; 
Through forest flf M or garden. 
And ask no leave or pardon, * 

TIU mater eomaa with icy th umfaa 
lb mflte up our wtogi 



Well tell ! Where should I fly to. 
Where go to sleep in the dark wood 

Before the day is over. 

Home oomes tne rover. 
Pbr mother's kiss— sweeter thto 

Iban any other thing. 



ogMr 



Puzzle Coriici" 

At the Pastry Cook's 

A lady went into a shop atul bought twenty 
things for as many paaee. Ibey wen ^^\)m 

at 4d each, biscuits at '<d each, and cakes at 
Hd each. How many oif each did she buy? 

Beheaded Word 

Whole, in me a disunion youll see; 
Twice behead, a similitude then I shall be; 
Behead me again, round a nice country vlUaga 
Youll see me lie. just ready for tlUaga; 
Twice more behead, you'll then see. at length. 
That I clearly denote to be of some strength! 

What Ami? 

Tbe beginniag of eternity. 
Ihe end of time and <paoa,' 
of every end. 
I fl( aeary 



An Enigma 



Cut down, yet saved with anmb ado and pate; 
■cattared. diApersad. yat gattoOTSd up i«ala: 
Withered though yaaag. tbiagli fiytofpstpsgw 

fumml; 

Laid up with cafe, but jrei to be rrmsiinsi- ^ 



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THE DAIl.V COLOMbT, VIC i ORlA, B.C., SrXDA Y, A PR! I. 2^>, 1934 




ur b ^ Cbvjx 




Fitting Rock 
^ General Seh 

By E. M. 8TRAIOHT 
•■MnaMatftal. 0«ml«loB Sxp«rlai«iitai t u fa. Mdacy 

Iff i eotmtry mmOi m BrKlib OUnmbU. 
Aiili r.-. i(i(k.>. ,t!u1 watercau.'M-s. 

the rocK garden hju » pUic«. Th* rock 
S»rdai to • dUBeuH fardm to mate aad • 



Garden Into 
erne ot Things 



b« ikiu-inpicu ever>w)ier«, t>ul ui BrltUti Cu- 
InmM* M flti IB vtth ttM fOMMl wImbm of 

UUnfft On the pralrl«i^ WtMfS Buch o! ihe 

land to pirf^Uy n»t, wbin Km lioruoo u a 
•tomHiil HM. iMlMi« la «ar aplaktt to moM 
thoroiurhiv nut or plaet ttun » rock garden 
0O8M atieuipUi h«v« bMa Mdt •long ui&t 
Use, bat Mrtataljr' bM M l to ii Dia ry to aaytody. 

The different typefl of r<xlt gardfru* may he 
divided Into two section*, which mmy be caU«d 
Um "nmuni" uMI "oitUtoioL* Iti ttM nafeuna 
fsrden the rocks ar« already piMOd there by 
nfttiir«. uiA all that \» requMd to to utilize 
to tho bMt odvaatodo. Ib ttao MrtUUtel 
tyio r'y:ks Iwve to be placed, and IB 
ca^eji the feABki In which to lay thom 
. .w* to bo fcNTOwd. Xb ttai int moOoq. tho 

i::('uml. there art throe type.^the old quarry. 
Uie rockjr bank oad tho rocky knoll. The old 
quanrjr, a obanulBg olto for a roek foi^doB, to 
hard to deal* with owing to the difflculty ot 
adorning the large maAsea oi perpendicular 
roako. Such a gardn to sioft dilBoult to 
pUnt, and vlttNiil a laddir aaoit dUDaok la 
enjoy. 

The Bank 



A 



bank One la \Trv furtunat^. lndf«d it 
they have etiob a bank ol natural rock, whlcl-< 
may be the face a< a naall hffl. with BtBBeroaa 
pockett which may be drained It ts. Ir. fact 
rather Uke the cUS type, excopt that the rock. 
Mac M naturt taft It, win pi«bably havt a 
gradual sIoih-. and therefore, possess the 
Ot ,^ing eaalet to clothe. It la 
•too amdi cailar to apply wator to noli a rook 
garden, a matter of con.sldcrable Importance. 
It to a mtoUke to suppoae that rock planta do 



AUuiiUMMx:, but due care uiuat be exercisod as 
to kov aad wlMB It to appUad. OMttttBfthal 

mast rock I'^i v nn> stand U icet. 

^enoe the luipouttuv^j ol .beelng to U thai evei7 

podwl If wall tfi iBiil- 

[ lit ivock) Knoll 

rocky kBOli U the next and i&si ot the 
aatoial typaa it may bt a'«BaU mX" 

nenoe of ro. kv gni'ind .■.winding out by itself, 
or a sort ol pruinuniury (in Uie ftlde of a niU oi 
Of aloplBff ground. Thto typa to praetteally 

Identical with the last dp.srrlbed except that 
In thll CAM the hill, or Uk« ^leuler pan ot t^ie 
hill, u daalt wtth, wiMnai In tho former oidy 
one face of It « < The aqMct to, of couxm, 
unimportant, fui a nui standlBg by ttaeU would 
be open to all polnli of ttaa ocmpaM, but tnai 
care should be exerctoed to ata that ttaa «i|r> 
rouDdlnff are aultahlo. 

Om should oonrfdir tho dharaoMv of the 

rock which mu.st be provided to supplement 
the rock already there If in keeping with the 
roek atowady found thara. aandalona to prafor- 
able tc hard rock Some grower? llkr the 
roc^u with rounded surface and covered witi. 
Moaa wtaUa othara prafar ttaa apUt roeka wltta 
sharp angular outMnM Much may be gained 
by combining the pool, even if very small, with 
tiw Took g ar d an , a&d "liara a ^rawk varlaly of 
plants may be grown which dc not ap,' >• 
the rock garden proper. In natures own 

den slope down to a pool. The margins of ttaa 
pool present possibilities, while the pool itself 
to wall auKed to waler-Ullea and the Uka In 
great variety 

Follow Natura In your work; plant in maaaaa 
wMb due Nforeneo to eolor; let the roeka ap> 
PMW in bold outline, never in regular tler.i and 
plant things that may thrlva In your garden, 
aiWB If they are rapawlid aa eonmea by aosM 
people In Natural planntPti mbudob ttalasa 
have a place. 



Soil Mulch Conserves the Agricultural Research 
Moisture and Helps Continues to fie Vital 
Plants to Feed Need in Dominion 



THE value ot a good Spring muiL.uiig iiaA 
provad ttarif many tlaiaa. Thto to 
etolly tiuc where the garden l.n situated In a 
hot weather belt, or If Ufht. sandy aoU to pre- 
valent. As molature to of flrat teiportaaee to 
plant life, the conservation of it where clr- 
cumstaitpes do not petmlt an adequate supply 
to beat done by a thorough Auldi. 

Mot only win the mulch praveal evaporation; 
'L.ut it will add a certain measure of valuable 
plant food which ia debUable for all plant 
food growth. Manure, partially decayed, to 

aanepttOOlllly good bemuAe of lt.s rU'hnea.s In 
altougaa and other foods, it is not satisfac- 
tory In anaay eaaaa. howaver, beeauae of ttaa 
presence of undealrable seeds which might 
gennlnate and oauea a "dirty" garden. There 
are many aabetttutea, among i^bkSh are peat 

laoM, decayed gardOB litlar, l*im*<B0Wlagl. 
smd various others. 

Looaenh^ Itae eoU aaough to let a good 
■OiklBg t>f water penetrate down to the roots 
taaftoa mulching will make the process mora 
aSeetlve. nm muMi tu if should be about 
Itarae inches deep, and when .succeeding water- 
lage are needed, they ahould be applied 
llirottgh It In thto way ttaa plant food ooa- 
tataed ta ti h will be washed down to 

tta IWOt.<( n ' here as long as possible. 

1 he Dry Mulch" 

WHEN a mulching material Is unobtaln- 
aMa ar too eapenalvo. it to a good klea 
IB apply a "dry mulch" to th«- soil for a depth 
af abeok two inches, one of the peculiar prop- 
erties ot BMtoture in tho eart^ Is that the 
hsrdi I and mom iwiiiprti t the earth becomes 
t&e quicker the muUtuie rises and U evap- 
orat,td. The tightly packed parttoles whldi 
form smAll capillary tubes fOroe the wates to 
the surface at a greater speed when the pree- 
sure of the compacting earth to exerted on 
ttaeai. By finely pulverising the earth thto 
pressure to relieved, and the mouture eon- 
served; the remedy Is known as "dry mulch- 
kag." 

Rurfsce soil alioula bo lousened in every case 
before moisture Is applied, aa it "*T*Tllt the 

walarto 



OFTEN during the past three years ques- 
tions have been asked "why conduct In- 
stitutions such as ttaa Dominion Bap ertm antal 

Parms and Laboratories which aid In 
tlon when surplusses of agricultural 
tin fDBBd oa ttaa Oanadlaa aad worlds 
laarttais?" "Why not di.HcoaklaBe agricultural 
foaaarch and experimental work?" Or the 
proaeoaeeaMat to freqaanUy heard that pro- 
duction problems are now all solved and 
marketing remains the only major problem 
in Oaaada's agrlattNare. 

.Such statements, observes Dr E. 8. Archi- 
bald, Director of the DomliUon saperlnttntai 
Parau Biaaeta, ataow a lack of accurate and 
tntimato> knowledge of the agricultural situa- 
tion In Canada; a lack of appreciation of the 
fact that our competitors on the world's 
nutffcaii are applying reee a rch aad prodvotag 
to a more intensive degree than ever before; 
and a lack of reaUutlon of the faot that, in 
the world's prsvlous erlaes. thoss countries 

which rame through mo«t .succeasfiilly had 
applied research to agriculture to an Intento 



Much t6 Be Done 

THKT faU to realiae that Canada's agri- 
culture, as compared with that of many 
other countries particularly In Eiuope, is com- 
parative young, aad that to the few ehort 
to date Canadian agricultural research 
v^uikers have aeatrlbuted largely In creating 
new Biatartala aad aew atottaadi from whkH 
have re.'^ulted products comparable Wltta Um 
best from other oountrlea Yet. becauM of oar 
yduth as an agrlenllural country, there stlU 

remain cnnrinou-' problem.'; affcrtlng the com- 
parative worth of Canada's agricultural prod- 
ueto oa ttaa aarfeela of ttae world. 

Moreover, many of our leading world aa- 
thorltlM such a.1 Sir A. Daniel Hall, have 
offered rather conclusive evldenos that there 
arc no aetual sundusses of agricultural oooi- 
inodltiss, none cmalnly If the Canadian or 
the world population at large could afford to 
buy these oottmodtttos la order to properly 
ftod aad olotlie Iheinsalyw 



Ca 1 1 .1 . ; ! .Ill Asp.u.tvMss La 

Much m Demands 



iiviiiug oi La\A-n" With 
. Ammonium Sulphate 



aMa prod 



growers of asparagiis with sult- 
pvodtictkm conditions ai>d convenl- 
aatty situated for delivery may well study the 
poaslb l li ti ss of thto crop, for some of the Cana- 
dian eanners have found Canadian asparagus 
to be much superior to the Calif omlan prod- 
uct Con:«equently. there has been a very 
satlslactorf demand which has JMtttod to 
plans to expand output to a eeflHRHlK aa- 
tent 

Although the acreage and yield of asparagus 
In Canada to relatively small, the latest 
flgtires show an mcraaamg acreage during ttae 
past three years In Quebec. Ontario, aad 
British OohuaMa. whlia at «h* same ttana ttae 
ootput of canned aaparagua shows eonsidar' 
able aapanslon There is ai«o an increasing 
export market. The yield of some 1.000 acres 
IB Oatotto to from 1,800 to ijMO per aare. ap- 
HWiltoalaly about two-thtrds of the yield be- 
nt md ordtaailly to eanners at eight to 
alMan cents a ptaad. 

thoueand years ago the ancient 
had a busy trade to 



llto origin of the pcacUoe of grafting 

the tr.Td eealanr. 1.0, wag'fdKT 
thesubiaolk 



By DBAIf RALUDAT 
f ( A MMOMIUM sulptaato has bean raeoai- 
jl\ mended to me aa a good lawn ferti 
User," writes a laader who to datoraUned to 
repair tala lava. **What doea it do far a lawaf " 

Airunonium Kulphatp \s the l>e«t fertlllier to 
use to dleootirage weeds. It wUl also oountor- 
aai the alkallnlly of your elty water, if any to 

present 

Do not ovardo the a|>phcauon of ammonium 
eulphataii It ataouM net be uaed ovary aMntta. 

use three to five pnund.^ r<>r enrh l noo s<juart 

toet of lawn, mlaed with four or five buokets 
of Sharp sand or sifwd cMapeat. After It to 
applied, water it well 

The saaM reader alao asks about fungus en 
plaAto. Knot on plaato uaually meane that 
they havs hf<-u nt racked by .v>me »ort of fun- 
gus di s eas e . Bordeaux mlxtura to ttaa stand- 
aid spray tar fuagaa traabla. but II *aiM ka 

used « -etinn. % dUntan fltoMa It B 

Is used In escesf. i 




With fungus 




111 a aaw parBMaaalary WB kelag at pres- 
ent dlscuflaed by thr .rai»tiu'se Dtot for the 
prevention ot Illegal rompetiiion it to an 
oMaae. puhtohaUe by heavy p«nalty, to use 

d'^riiRafoi ' ;rrtiarl'.K 



Pooh and Rock Garden at Experimental rarni 




traneformed iato a deliftatful 
waT aoil 



A Bona too be auUla l gully three years ago this spot in the Dominion Experimental dtadon at Sidnsy has 
radi garden bo rdaiia g a pair of pfctereaqae paeto^ iUaofenrtinK how a krm Hardener eea adHae to great i 

and topography. 

Warbles Sad and Farmers ticautcous_Victoria 
Glad d6 PesL Ivleeu Deteat 



MUSIC-LOVERS may enjoy warbles, but 
to caUle a warbto to a pain In the neck, 
back, spinal cord and other selected 
spots. Warbles also give pains to Canadians 
dealing In hides. Annual lasses due to thess 
warbles have been estimated by the Bntomologi- 
cal Branch of the Dominion Department of Ag» 
rlouUure at $7,000,000 to $14,000,000 or more. 

Larvae of the warble fly are peculiarly bor- 
ing to cattle. In fact, they bore almost com- 
pletely through the animals Nevertheless, 
cattle In the vicinity of Vredericton, N.B., are 
bored less the.'*e days owing to the establish- 
ment of a warble-free area Including all cattle 
within two miles of the Dominion Experlmen- 
tol SUUon. 

Increasing ca&ualltiss among the files are 
gratifying agriculturists, now enthusiaatleaUy 
spreading an Oriental death In the form of 
derrls root, a vegetable from the Par East. A 
solution containing thl^ root Is applied to the 
backs of cattle, and although the warbles don't 
like it« no complaints have been heard. t>ecause 
the normal life of these flies never exceeds ten 
days, and a few days more or less can't dto- 
oourage the perstotent efforts of sslf-respeet- 
ing warbles. 

Damage is Costly 

PERHAPS they are proud of their aeoom- 
pllshment^. In 1930, for instance. 50 per 
cent of all hides taken from Cansdton cattto 
were daaiagad by open or healed grub aona. 
according to an extensive survey by the Do- 
minion Research Council. The loas in fln- 
tohed leather that year was $700,000 Poor 
gains, reduced milk flow and unprofltabip pro- 
duction are other accounts for whieh the Hies 
must answer, beeauee waiDto fUes rarely 
feel like gou-m places or doing things 

The warble fly is afraid to fight In the open, 
ft sneaks around and tokes a mean advantage 
by laying iu eggs oa Itae oattla wbaa ttae aal- 



inula are Iflag down> Tlie !ic«'l D, v, ■ .. r 
variety wtaOM aflects are the same, has more 
sporting bkMd aad strikes the eattto when up- 
right. Both types f»f " . for the cau.se, 
however, and die as s<-m,ii h.-' - i»:r eggs are laid. 

An Amazing Migration 

THE eggs hatch In three dayr., tlie laraw 
or worm enters the skin, and then starts 
an am axing migration, 'ftavaliag through 
tissue towards the ax^lmal's throat, the 
finds its way to the gullet. Then It 
backward and upward, bu itow s Into the spinal 
canal and plays around the spinal oord ior t^ n 
or twelve days before feeling the need of com- 
ing up for fresh air and emerging at ttae same 
spot where It en * • At this stage a slight 
mound appears on the animal's hide, a well- 
developed grub falto to the ground, pupates, 
and eventually becomes a warble fly or heel fly. 
Then It mates, lays Ns eggs, and Ihe boring 
story starts again. 

Denmai K > i. " ' c<.)unLry to lane hw^j^ 
toward exterminating the pest, in 1838, after 
ttarae yean of waiUa law eaforoaaMat. ttie fly 
|iad praetteally dtoappearad froai ttaat eowrtry. 

Progress Being Made 

CANADIAlf faraieiB gaaerally taave baeoaie 
aware of the serious lasses due to war- 
bles. Two islands in Ontario wUl be almost 
free of ttae pest thto year and ssveral oounttes 

are planning vigorous campaigns of extermi- 
nation thto Spring. The Oxford County Coun- 
In one instance, has purchased sibBelsnt 
"poison" to wash the backs of 80.uo<; ra'ti'- 
Ontario, according to one authority, probably 
win be -wtM» tntr within a few years. Rapid 
progress to being made In the flght against the 
wattle fly, Wllta the Provincial Department ot 
Agriculture taking aa active part in the cam- 



(Oontlaued nrom Page I) 
aad bmaa dMbaa B la a iteb aumtle of bitf<> 
ntohed gold as far as the eye caa range. 

victoria, due to its location. thf- natural 
port of entry from the Orient, and as a con- 
sequence, Its harbor to crowded with vessels 
af every deeerlptton troei ttaa palattal llnar 
and the grim warship to the fussy tugs and 
11! ! ;«> coal barcrx; ,,11 of ^nich glvee it aa 
appeal anoe of gli al animation. Around ttw 
Xaner Harbor are grouped the most imposing 
bnlldlriKs in the c!tv the Parliament Build- 
ings and museum, tlie Canadian Pacific Rail- 
way Depot and fci pra s s Hotel, one of the 
largest and moet beautifully deslpncd of their 
uuuiy fine hostelrles, the poetofUce, the Union 
Ota* aad aeveral tourga burtaeaa kloefea IB 
front is a broad esplaaade flanked by the 
wide -spreading lawBS of the Parliament 
Bulldlnas and the hotel, tho wtaole creating a 
rnoBt favorable hnprewhrn on the incoming 
traveler, which, U anything, to heightened 
Wbaa ttia taaauttful 4 tuattaa «f ttM ellgr la 
fttlly raattaed. 

Resembles Naples Bay 



Cleanliness of >' 

i ijcii Cjiadti) 



and 



THE revtoad egg regulatloaa are aow legally 
In efTwt for domestic trading In all the 
provinces of Canada with the excepUon of 
Prince Bdward Xalaad aad New Bruaawlek; 

and. scordlnK tc gen<>ra] reports, the aew 
Standards are being found much mora satto- 
factor)- than the old ones. One point which 
.shippers should bear in mind, s.iys the Depart- 
ment of Agriculture Egg and Market Poultry 
Bevtow, to that all sggi la the dUrerant wHgtata 
of grade A are required to be •VStaaa." 

« 

Clean means free froai Spot or atala. Ttaera 
haa been sonr tendeaey to plaoe "laaaonably 

clr.in" rfg% t! t.t,;' ?rade. OB the a.wumption 
that grade A medium raplaaai ttae old grade of 
fliota. The r eq ult a B^ e ats for cHanTtaaaa la 

grade A mr<llt!m and grade A pullet are pre- 
olssly the same u In grade A large. 
aMy alaan " eggs, whieh to ttae paal woat 
the grade of Firsts, now go into grade B. 
Cracked eggs -xn required to be ps«ked sepa- 
rately aad asarkad '^Oraeka." 



Ung, oe<-.a!ue with most annuals, the mors 
flowers that are picked the more production. 
IB a rented or tea^enry taeaaa, aaauato eaa 

provV „ ''n enjoyment at small cost. There 
are souui.mes circtunstances that prevent 
plaaalag end plaaMat Itae PaO bafoaa. but 
annuals can be sown in the Spring aad WtU 
flower during the fiummer and PalL 



»-|-«RB aty to aoirouBded by 

X bays, one o^wllleta. Shoal nay. is an 
exact replica of ttie Bay of Naples, minus the 
forbidding pall 'of amoke frein Mount 
Vesuvius, while an arm of the ocean, the 
Oorge, Intersects for several miles the naval 
section of Esquimalt Hera to located one of 
the largest drydocks on the Pacific and an 
important military establishment, the lattar 
lendlng much color and life to the soda] 
aeUvltlae of ttae city. 

Here flourish the dogwood, arbutus, May 
tree, magnolia and every form of flowering 
shrub lmag*nfi*''f. and when hiUs and valleys 
are covered with Ui- gold of gorse and 

broom, the language of words falto utterly to 
picture the charm of this elty of flowers, 
where the views fn rn the hilltops some seven 
to eight hundred feet above the rolling lands, 
tokes in one Buooawlon of flowering gardens 
and orchards la ttrie ttw BMBt tofaiy of all aur 
tTanadlaw atttea. 



Flowerifi^ Crabs Give 
Fine Spring biuuin 

By DEAN HALLIDAY 

FLOWTTUNO crabs have few rivals among 
Spring -flowering trees. Where they are 
planted, one of the haportant oeattia of ttM 

year to the bloom in* *i crabs 
They are easy to gio« and give quick and 



Caret ul Selection ot Stock 
Brings Gains in Egg 

Pioduction 



Plant Annual Flowers for 

Ihcii Uwn bake 



la masse 

floverui^ cjao^ kjV' ueautUul 00 tiie lawn, 
and are aaad to goad advaalaga la wandlaad 
and other mass plantings with dosrwood* and 
hawthorns No trees are better for open fwest 
parks aad oaoatry raadatdaa. Tbuf 
good effecti piaalad oa b a a ia w da aaf 
elty streets. 

Aa seoa aa the grouad eaa ka werfcad to the 
Idaal planting time for flnwer-.ng crab treea 
Utoy l ag ulr e rich soU and heavy mulching 
IP Haalliig, BM an OM wator ttae aoO will 



By OBAH BAUJDAT 



*Hl; chief val'ie aw^rlbed recently to 
to to thaL I 

panennl^ are aot to btoom. Um 



ato to thaL they keep tho gardaa to 



IWly planted permaaeat garden, of course, de- 
pends ehie^ on perennlaU for blooas, aad 
uees annuals just to supplensnt them and All 
in ttie bars i paees wtaeiw paiaiiglaB taatw kaaa 

newly plunled 
Annuals, iiowever, tiavc more ttaaa one jus- 
noy give qatot iwturaa. itaay are 



Hae average of yearly wafto far f 1 

to Canada In '• i as ti8i for men. 

aa aampared with fi .6 ia liua. and for 
Itllk at tiUM nSI BUM. 



Two factors that have moet to do with the 
revenue from eggs are the prices received 
aad ttae rato of prodaetioa. Utafartaaatoly. 

the price paid for the product Is not always 
aabieel to ths will of the poultryman. but the 
rato of pradoetlen to la tali baada aad tato 
^ lihrT yield Is within reach 

of any breeder who will give some care to hto 
fleek. A good aala has taaea kaawa to pay 
for tabaadf auuiy tlBMa am. 

At one of ttae Dominion Experimental 
Branch farma. a careful selection of braede i a 
kas resulted to an average tocr aato 
yearn of seventy-three ewgs per hen, 
ductioD being raised from 141 to 314. 

Hie dflff laying eontesto else taave damoa- 
Atrr. ■ i« possible to be done in good 
farm flocks Slnos the ooateeto storted to lilt 
the average yisM has la er a e sed fraa UI to 
ITS The average produrtlun in the IHI^ 
oontesto was 175 eggs, aad as thto svaraga was 
taken from s toUl of 4470 birds, entered by 
4S7 breeders In the thirteen contests through- 
out ttae whole Dominion, the sverage may be 
tokoa as fair for the better elaaa of breeders 
to Caaada. Farther, the liatetaery approval 
and rtirVrrel dlstrlbutlo'' ies of the Do- 
minion L>epartment of Agriruiiure are at the 



I af tta awine population in Can- 
ada. Whkta began M ItPl. ce a t u iaad daring 

last yea- h : ' . <• r>e- 

cember-May period ol lysi-ii a^iL>v ao In- 

of M par an 



TTie tOtA! etporla of f«''> 

thto year up to April 13 



U.Tao head, an 



Garden Week 
oy W eek 

B5 NORMAN W f tLKHl. i'K!!.H 
^ hol'Uli *au ii«\e i.Kl> garden:) ajc mjiuo- 

I ^ Omes BUMta dtotosssed whaa seafraated 

with, what BiiiH-am to t.) *>e a vio- 

iauuii oi J.it i>i\JiJL-: order uiUig^. a few 

waaka esay be aaauasd beeaaM Ihap hava 

rouiiil thtir >va\ Into c'ven the bcv :->i!il.»'<d 
sardeus, unct the Ume of Eden, tiui wh> do 
we gardtMsa aUow sobm ptoma to grow aa 
."•y Otoata^ aUxlng *nd Interw •i.i.i.K *uh 
their ailttataaaa until they form a Uom mat, 
af two or BBore vartotlea or ^aelea, growing aa 

no plar.' ? Hiere ^ a good reason fOg ttUt 
«ncouragemcnt oi apparent avercrowdlBBi 
IB Jbe flrat trtaoe, to away parte af a roek 

garden, for instance, J i* ;T..jH-i!y 

made, (he soil la so gritty aad sharply drained 
^t It win not support anything leee tenaelous 
)t itfe than a hoa.s« leek until it to covered 
r'! '; 1 M! f r>f gTowih. Thls covering, by eheck- 
.i4ij 11 if wi, oration and keeping the soU cool 
aiki moist, renders the situation quite ooa- 
<enial to many plants which, in other drcum- ' 
stances, would langutoh and die. Then there 
are maay ptonla, probably the great aiajortty. 
that are never really happy unless growing in 
sloee associatloa with others. Then seems to 
be snmeihing to root asaoetotloa, a larai wkltk 

\M rather vague, but is undoubtedly a fMtog IB 
the wellbelng of many plants. 

Need Companionship 

is fact. »dme irro wers will tell you thst 
plante have temperament. There are plante 
ttial win dia af aoltaliv bal aoauaoa teaeH* 
ncss One cannot always follow nat i. --^ - 
actiy to a garden but as nature proolaims the 
TktaM of tttta amtual eempaaleiHklp ka>aaau 

plaato It seems wise to follow the idea, more 
or taaa, in the garden. The struggto for ex- 
Meaee to auppoead to be the daetraotlaa of 
the weak and the survival of thr ••■ >! k *i it 
the process to so slow that It give* that seat 
for Ufa wtaleb would be abaeat but for thto 
.struggle It to Just like life among humans. 
The feebto are not rendered more feebto by 
aasodatlng with the otrong. but, on the other 
stronger by having to oon- 
teiui with kitit feUowa for "a plaoa ttaa 



To look at this from another potat of view, 
the most finished product of nature to the 
sod. whether it to a sod from an Alpine mea- 
dow or a sod from tha pralrW. Any aakad spot 

aature cloth, s as v^n as may be with a dense 
growth Of plaiit.6. fur as long as the bare soil 
to exposed to the sun and air It la aa 
pltabla to plaat Ufa aa ttaa 



Covering the Ground 

TfTE thoughtful gardener will use hto Judg- 
ment as to how far it to safe to go in 
altoaring one plant to crowd another and to 
wliat extent companionship will be ""«*ii allr 
advantageous. The freerer-growlng plants like 
aubrietia, arabto. some of the veronicas and 
thymes will settle the matter for ftisiMsaliM 
by quickly covering tholr allotted space with 
a mulch of their own foliage, but plante like 
the gentiana, dlanthus nsgleotua and ettiar 

choloe subjects delight In nibbing shoulders 
With their peighbors, if they do not acttiaUy 
yaara for companloaahlp. 

It mnv taken as a general rule, I be- 
lieve, that plante which In nature grow to 
turf, are ttaa better for betaig pbinted etaee to 

other pl.Tnt.s of a like nnturr and : i; 

to possible that there may be a faUlng on in 
qaallly of btooa by alloaing plaato too much 
licence in their ambition to grab their neigh- 
bor's quarters, but It does not follow thst close 
pkaMng win detraet from the general nppear- 
aace of the pUntatlon as a whole. 

I know of a apot in a rock garden f i« 
piMtod a king time ago with Utho»i w, 
praatratum, byperleum corato and veronica 
Bblwllll. All these were soon Interwoven In 
the greatest confusion or in tive happiest free- 
dom, which ever you like to call it. aad Iha 
result to very attractive. There U never lark 
of Interest at any seaaon of the'year, and I 
am sure that such a coattNaattea. wtakli atwr 

has room for a weed and seldom Bttdt 
attention, is a joy in any garden. 

Useful Combination 

r^OR the rock garden some of the following 
r eomMaatteas may be tried with svsry 
chance of success- Gentian Parrerl aa^ Prl- 
mtUa Jullae AndrOO^Chumbyl and anv of thn 

entailer encrusted taslfragas, Dtanthiu Neg- 
lectus and Hutchlnste Alplna, CanpaDBia 
Muralto and Aethionema Orandiriora A 
three-piece combination which to cflectlve to 
Dtenthus Deltoides, Tuflloa Saslfrapt aad 

Mnrt^v Saxlfriga* By plnnttng the 
pojpit- Viola Uracclls \n front of CI 
Alllonl. a parple aad geld 
's hard to equal, will be the 
One to very oftsn oonfroBtad With the re- 
ttiat -nck gardaaa are vary alaa. kal 
liht aa much weeding " If you wish to 
Um aaartlng to a minimum, place your 
atoaa tegat k ai la prapar aiwiikkialloB 
and the weeds will have a very poor chaatib 
It to the vacant spote that ttae weeds lafatl» 
to get ahead of thtn by aaUaf a tod dal tf 

the plants which art 
thrive to haraaeny. 



For moat of the breeds of poultry kept In 
Can a da, a house need not be artiflciaUf 
warmed. If the air to dry aad the bMa 
healthy. It to alawat laipoaalMa to 
A well-fed hen to a dry 
wiu be oomfortabte. 



Red apiden thrive rm plante under houee 
fi?tMllt4iTO and are hard to overooaM. Good 

planU carefully. parUcuterlv the uadaatMt d| 
the leaves, with flowers of sulphur. 



'I ■ largest turkey farm In New 7 
oeen built up from founds tten sloca secured 



THK IMILV C(>U)MST. \ K'TDRtA, p. c, SIN D AY. APR I L 2 9 , 1934 




Drama— Screen 




Music— Books 



Eminent Actor 
To Tour Canada 
With ''Richelieu 



ar BOB IMTAT 

Oood news for Cantdlan druut* 

lovcra In !).< ji.iioiiiii i-ii iiiu i.ton of 
Walter Uampdeo, Uie emluent ao- 
tor. to TliK thto country UiU mmod. 

Ho will apii' .i: ;i; t lire« of th« mo«t j sevi'iit y in 
intfrfRf jii i . Ill his varied reper- ^ thei«'Iuif, iiia! 

to. I 

crit.<-. ti' 'Ml 



Heading UUa tounng oompMV ii 
tlM tBtaMBt ■ntar imimw.lteuriee 
Schwarta. Ha aIm to iMpeulbir 
for tha dnunattoitton of the 1mbou.s 
Slngtr novel. The play is la ftvtaty- 
slx scenes and there are at least 
,i>l U i-> likfl\, 



tre.i will see tii;. pKntui ' ion 
. .i iii u. i>ajii by I love itory Is Jst l b< ! ';i a i i i 
I non-Shake- background and t« . in 'tini 



( cu - 
Tiif 
Kl";i.' 



apearlan blank -verse drama ever to 
be wittton. Thto la a modem ver- 
•km «f tha Bttl««r-X4rUon cUmIc 
miMpUd by Arthur Qoodrkh, autbor 
of another of Mr. Hampdm'a fa- 
mous plays, "Caponaacehl." In ttala 
p! . vhi !i ran for IM aifhta in 
N<vs V Ik. Mr Hampden will play ;standlnK 
thr crafty tardiiial-.slatc.snian at thr KOgi"" -im 
zenith or hvi cnrprr, al a tim«- wlicn TLUNS iO I-IL-Mb 

his life Is Ihroatrnod and the throne 
of LoiiLs XIII endangered 

the plotting of the ^^^V 0!iSt^n/.l^^'-^^~-^-^^^^ 
DukeofOrlcana. OMofUwout-,,,,,3^ traiw-Canada trrk of The 

tSSSJ^-ffi? "kl£luiSJ*iuS3 ^^'"belLs. • that group of young and 

» cx-sorvlce men who won a 

brlnt back aome of nw paat fWnes j^^jj^^ themselves in France as 
of thr theatre and prore a welcome ^j^^ j^^^jj^^ concert party. 

" Public tastes have changed In the 

laat few years and "The Uumbells' 
bava gradually diabaixkd, aoma of 



of "The Wandering Jew , who has 
atnned against his race and must 
waiuler about tba land an unknown 
outoMt to «spUta Ilia guilt. In ad- 
(Utkm to tlM mliatie aotlag. 
'^oshe Kalb" is notabte for itji 
q^Iendld lighting efTects, most out- 
brinir the biirntnii; syna- 



. , In the early poat-war yean, one 

inrougn the most sucoessful ventures In 




Smith of Smith s 
Story of Smith;, 
Commend Sequel 



bv Aunr 



I Munro 



Onlttd VNM Dt*mA uit»m l^""'." ^'^a''" foundation). 

TtJkMHml^^ZJry^ ^ . F*'"' ^'""'^ l>'<.U(l..s H lactual bark- 

neaKecn i^non la assured of n ground tor vuh.u\ cii.sord. is the a*. 
" «ale for his book "TTie Smllh s«.s.s,uation o. .Sandn.u ti... prLSt 

coni.K iK . ( I Central American re» 

PUbhcs. and the AmcrlCMI MMMt^^ 

payin< nt to Panama. 

„: . . .s,.,„., ... ^"^^^ main. un- 

ties 



thanK'- fo tn#» numerous drnwlng- 
fooiii >n. 

AIM Of iBtaraat to Canadian the- 



the aOkUer-farorltas returning to 



Atra-gom la tha dtlermlnatlon of business life, others to vaudeville or 
Walter Hampden to restore "Mac • {the radio. It Is Intweating to learn, 

beth" to hi* rt-pfTtolrc after an In- therefore, that Howard Fogg, musl- 



terval of twelve year-. Tins niam- 
mo*h production will bo staged by 
the famous Claud<- Bragdon. aLso re- 
spoaslble for the massive set.s In 
"Richelieu. " Many critics consider 
Hampden's ' Macbeth " the actor's 
outstanding Shakespearian role, not 
emeptlng hto b«tt«r-kiioim "Ham- 
tot." 

In sharp contrast to these two 

plays of strife and passion, Mr. 
Hampden is also pre.sentlng Charles 
Rann KmiKHly s '"V\\f Servant In 
the HoiLs*-. a toiif liingly human al- 
legory thriniKli wlilch the central 
character moves serem-ly a.^ the em- 
bodiment of compa.s.sion for the 
•orely-dlstresaed. Mr. Hampden haa 
tam playing this exalted role off 
and on for twentjr-fivt ytMs, but 
■winteina that he win eontlnaa^ 
play It from time to time so long aa 
he is active In the theatre. 

• YIDDISH PLAY 

Anolhar outstanding place of 
stagecraft whleh mVl be aaen by Ca- 
nadian atidlencaa bafora tha oom- 

pany enters the United States at 

I.ois Angele.s Is "Yofihe Kalb," the 
great Ylddush Art, Theatre produc- 



cal director of the .soldier-troupers 
In the old day.s. will aeain (>■ ^ct-n 
and heard toy Canadian audiences — 
but this time in the films I 

CAMEO ORCHB8TEA 

Fogg Is now director of the Cana- 
dian Cameo Orclicstra which pro- 
vides the mu.skal background for 
the Canadian Cameo" fllm.s pro- 
duced by Associated Scrcyn News, 
of Montreal. He was also n.spon- 
.slble for the musical interpretation 
of the native-made impressionlatic 
film. "Rhapsody In Two Languages." 
Another recent work of Howard 
Fogg which has attracted wide at- 
tention In the musical world la his 
symphonic tone -poem, "Tbo- Third 
Battle of YjM. ' ■' 

Fogg ! lis battle. Dur- 

ing the Oieat War he was twice 
wounded and once burled alive. He 
still remains a soldier, however, 
holding a commission in the Cana- 
dian Grenadier Ouarda today. In 
the heyday of "The DumbeUa," it 
was Howard Fogg who composed 
many of their most successful lyrics. 
Lat^r he made phonographic record- 
Ing.s and, naturally enough, ad- 



Films 

Spoil 
— Plays 



tloM which ran over 400 nights In vanced to radio and motion-picture 
New York and has been enthuslaAtl-. work. His score for the Canadian 
cally acrlalmod bjT OrttiOa and lay- nim "Rhapsody in Two 
men alike. jls hla latest compoaition. 



Filz^eraUl 
lie turns 
To j\ovel 



Br CHARI.ICU EHTXX>URT, Jr 

CS Wil sat. 1>3«. br The North Ain«rlcin 
Newspaper Alliance, Inc. 

F. Scott Fltigtmld'a return to the 
novel after eight yeara with "Ten 
der I* the Night" (Scribner's) shows 

the author ha.s lo-st none of his 
power and none of his weaknesses. 
Hs still writes vividly and still 
misses In minor characterisations 
A swlft-runnlng narrative, compact 
and readable, to Tkm Laat Plo- 
neen." by ifehrln Levy (Alfred H. 
f). It to told in short, breath - 
aentences which are not varied 
to avoid monotony. But the 
bearded and saturnine Mr Levy in a 
gifted relator of anerdote.*; 

"Ijong Remember, ' by Macklnlay 
Knntor '("oward-McCanm, Is the 
<it of the flofxl of historlral nnvrl.s 
''■ilnwing •'Antti'iiu AiImm'c A 
r.-M'' ;ih (left v.l)urg, told ob- 
- pi '"svni.s a perfect mar- 

riage of lacf and fiction. It Is Mr. 
Kantor's flrst novel and represents 
monumental reaeareh aa well as In- 
•plrad writing. Oeorge O. Tyler 
reeltea nba hanrdous fortunes of 
A naturftl-bem gambler" in an ex- 
eltlng. alap-daah autobiography. 
••Whatever Ooen Up" (Bobh.'?-Mer- 
rlll ' 'Hiriller of the week. "Murder 
Ruiks in the Family," by Hulbert 
(Harper) 



ill I ;ili<- I rad in 
Old Flay 




Bit CHARLCa WHITACRB 

copnitiu. ISM. by Th« Mortb aaMrlcan 
Newtpapar AUlanec, Inc. 

NEW YORK.— Hollywood's own 
silver-lined cloud now threatens to 
blot out prematurely the two dra- 
matic hits of the season. 

Both "Mary of ScoUand ' and 
"Men In White." neither of which 
ha.s experlencrd a doprcssion at the 
box ofSce, are &lated for Cain's 
warehouse In June untoaa » minde 
occurs. 

Helen Hayes to quitting her part 
In the Theatre Oulld production, 
June 3 to take over new dut!i?s be- i 
fore the camera. The picture Ls ton- 
tatlvely entitled "Vane.vsa." It was 
leariK'il t!ial no one will bo drafted 
to take iK-r place as the unhappy 
Ciueen ot the .S;t>i.s unlr.s.s Maxwell 
Andcr-son'.s fine play is ble.v^ed by 
the Pulitzer Prize Committee, n 
prospect now held exceedingly du- 
bious. 

MOVIE DRIVES OI T PLAY 
With tiie picture version of " Men 
In White " scheduled for release in 
New York the first week of 'June, it 
is feared that not even the PuUtier 
prize can save it fnxn an untimely 
demise on the boards. In Baltimore, 
a stock company put on the play 
and |>erformed to crowded houses 
f(>r a week, but the .second week .'^awi 




Lauds 
Wylie 
Novel 



Smiths" (HarpersJ, provided 
uKh .Smiths go out and buy tt 

I they .should. 

I i:' .siimh I'l :;iiiith.s 
^ .Smith 
I Ik* lUd.s' 

V. liM iMT lived He was the fore- 
mn t wit ,)f his day. and one of 
Hk K-;< .ii,.si of all time He 1am- 
>"tud thr world In which he lived, 
I )> It niercy and without regard 
'" ' ■ '■ventlon. 
Mi Pearson, in thto biography, 
w isely let Sydney appear to hto 
nui writings. Much of the book 
wa^r written by the subject himself. 
II IS the moat entertaining and en- 
. .vilng reading thto particular 
.Smith hM come upon in months 
ai'O to recommended to the Joneses 
A SEQUEL 
Edwin naJmer and Philip WyUe 
written a sequel to "When 
Worlds Collide," that prodlgtoS 
story of how the world was wiped 
away by an toconalderate planet in 



was j 

«'i LiiKiaiui. prob- ; bia.sed and objecUve. The author 
int' i. stmg preacher lis Proles-sor of Lattn-Ameilcan at. 

fairs at Princeton and formerly 
served as Mlntoter to Haiti. Hto 
book lUustrmtee the neoeasltv for a 
good neighbor- policy, if the 

Ooloesua of the North has some- 

♦If**" bullfrog m 

the small pond, at other times the 
role of school teacher, and has 
mixed Wil.sonian idealism witli 
dollar diplniria( \ , onlv the milk of 
neighborly kmdne.v, ran hope to 
jsettle th» tempests raging in tha 
It Caribbean eofTee pot. 

COCKEYED 8TORV 

..t21?'°^ Thayer's new „ne Is 
Doctor Arnold!" (Me.s.snen a 
cockeyed sort of story in which 
the people of North America .sud- 
denly find that It Is impoy.slble to 
the first book we «W "a Troup 'ot Mr -A'ave""- '"^--^'^^ "^^"ne. and 



have 



sclenttots and others taking ofT 



las wiitten it robustly. 

we «* what thejr doi 

">elr new home. | Alfred n Kin« 

The sequel Is every bit hs thr!;!- l ast PUm^'r " In Mclvin U. 
:nR as the first story T,. unlold ">o b<-t novel he has ever pub- 



believes "The 



W 



ILLIAM 

doors, a 



R Watson, of Alberta, h. 



himself and 

arrows of <.ntr 



.IS III) .i.'nis. .in-1 vri he i ,in open 
thr telrphone. eat. wntr ,init t-i.tkc ,i r ti ms, shave 



any of the plot here would be un 
fair But you can de|x<nd on it 
that the world ix-ople find many 
'traiiKe things on Bronson Beta 
and that they have pitnty of ex- 
citement. 

FACTUAL BACKGROUND 

Recent bewildering events m Uie 
f aribbean beeome le.ss confusing U> 
the mind in " Tlie United .States and 
the Caribbean Area," by Dana O 



_J 



I hn.1 



1 II 



.<Kf''US loituiif 



' 'I nvfi thr slings and 
liirre is too much to <! said. 
(1) Shows W,!i nn writinK ix-n^il between his tci i < He 

holds a cup with his toes, and tniiis iiM (ii!n 'ilty in eating lus meals un- 
aided. (3) Shows him writing > -u- . i w rhout cutting hfanMU ho is 
able to shave, holding a safety rasor. 

> ' • . 



Blossom Time Will 
Undergo Change in 
Story for Cinema 



LONDON. 

The group theatre management' Brittoh film. "Blossom Time," ha.s 
here Is optimistic, but you can name I _ . ...» ^ 

vour own .Kid., anywhere that hs | P"' Into production by 

exciting ex. ur.sK.n into medicine will j Brittoh International at Elstree, with 
require a sorcerer s pulmnlor to re- ' Paul Stein directing. Although it to 
main alive during the month of : based on the popular musical com- 
brijies. The show had it,s 25()Lh edy version Of Schubert'a life, It wttl 



Oaumont Brittoh is to make a 



By JOAN LITTLKFIEUJ 

. , . J , . Copyrlthi. i»34. by riie Norii> American I film In which over 3 000 ueonlp ix lll 

^e^o^ay released and receipts N.wpape, Ai...ncc. inc , J^J.^ pl!?X a SneT t!! rween 

oiaappwea. | LONTX5K —Richard Tauber's first I Europe and America. It is adapted 

from Bernard Kellerman s story, I 
•Tlie Ttinnel" and will, by all ac- 
coiiiU'. be a very ingcnlMM Uld 



lleny»a«e 




OF HyBKjU \m 



TOROMTO <OP>.— Convinced that 

Oanadton hamoi tins deveitipp<i in- 
to a definite t\pr i svn thesis of 



In hi. Akiiv* BadsiiS 

^nrrrii ^nt Sm" UaaiM r«le wkcn Uil 
r»le a< the iStost Sajr* WM rwSi M 



wk« rciarnrd 
t« play hi* old 



t Utn Jibes 
Gangsters 
In Comedy 



NBW YORK INANA).— "Sing and 
Like It" to a pleasing film Jibe at 

gangsters In which Nat Pendleton, 
former Olympic wrestling cham- 
plaa.AofWs A nirpriaing gift for 

comedy. "Looking for Trouble " did 
just that when it was released. It 
to a wild hodge-podge of action and 
Inaction in which .Sj-xnicer Tracy 
and .lark f)akie endure all, Includ- 
- ing vavvns Oeorge Rafts Starring 

the Ki,tf!Kh an,l t'nitr.l States opius, "The Trumpet Blows" Is a 
1 K' lip of young Canadians I story nf bull fighting, with, alius, too 



brand 

im V', 



Ml'- < 
rl{ie 



on the market to a 
I I '- 'n>p Barker. 

' n, of Toronto, to 
e believe the time to 

a leaven of humor to 

^nadlan aflatoa," ha says to de- 
modvM tt the puMtohing 
*^ tar Canada has derived 
from Bngland and the 
Unltad States, forcing her artistA 
aitd wiltera to conform to the de- 
mands ot those inaikets i 
w^HTht to sell tJieIr uare^ 

There Ls a ili^dnii.' t\i>c of Ca- 
nn<1lnn Irrii.vi- [..uSik -f the best 

fri»l in .f t I,,, -i- .. >„ ■ , , 

rvroduct, and the broad. 
'^t«d American slant We hoM to 
devaiflp It to a falkr y tont," 

eoiitilbutera include 
B. MaeOeagatl, who edited 
Um OobHn. a former Twihir^ in the 

milglizhie rir;i: ll^ml, p. ;!).■ Ti>- 

rrmio (ai^rr.irur ijK'k "raylor.car- 

V-THil.SI , f.i)V!:f-'l iderl. 

Griffin, and othera. 



English 



flvccBM Dt TWO mofm 

KlUy Obrttila. who makes her 
'Mofdw ai the Vanltlea," to reoog- 
niaed aa a stage star althOMgh she 
hM APT^red in only two ihawi, a 

paguc, t.e*.. ' 



much of the former to make up for 
the totter. Save "I Like It That 
Way, ' with Roger Pryor and Gloria 
Stuart, for a nUny night wMn the 
radio tont worfciag. 

Jontt C-n\ tu*r f'fisf 

U ah ^ iU Hoger$ 

HOLLYWCX>D ilirea Fm stars 
will he s(vn In a single production 
when Wintieid Sheehan. vice-presi- 
dent In charge of produetlon, casts 
Janet Oaynor. WIU Rogers and 
Warner Baitor to 'X>oe More 
9»rliig.- from the nowl by Robert 
Nathan. 

Thto was annouiwed at the same 
time Mr. Sheehan drcide<i upon a 
European trip during July, at the 
conriu.sion of whMi tat wni ttort hto 

all -.star nim 



iv-rformance last Monday night. The 
Ki oup's optimism has not prevented 
It from preparing itself with a new 
play, "Gold Eagle Guy," by Melvto 
l.,evy. which already to to rehearsal. 
ThLs play l.s described as a story of 
San FYanclsco before the earth- 
quake Mr Levy Is the author of 
seM'ral succe.ssful novtil, but he IS 

new to the stage. 

THE NEW PLATS 

■ .stevedore," at the Civic Reper- 
tory. i.s (loorge Sklars and Paul 
Peters noble and exciting attempt 
to get down the inside story of a 
race riot with the aid Of a theatre 
union cast. 

"Broadway Interlude."' at the For- 
rest, features Emmet Keane, .Sally 
Ktarr and Dorothy Kiiapp It Is 
Al limed Abdullah's and William Al- 
mon W')lff s inirrpretatloii of Mr. 
Abdullah's and Faith Baldwin's 
novelized interpretation ot the late 
David Belasco, thou^ that pro- 
ducer's name to only htotad at. 

"Are You Decent?" to a whlte- 
penLs comedv now at the Ambassa- 
dor. In It Claudia Morgan, a HoUv- 
wood rieiire in lier own right and in 
her relations 'her f;ither Ls Ralph, 
her imcle Prank > i ui he .seen and 
heard In the jaquant flesh. 

The Gilbert and Sullivan revivals 
continue at the Majestic with a re- 
turn engagement of "The Iflkado ' 
during the paat week. 

Famed Opera Singer 
Enacts Bit in FUma 



have several new features 

Paul Stein has been In Vienna 
doInK a little Schubertlan research, 
and, a.s a result of his labor, a hith- 
erto ."^crret love affair of the gie.if 
composer will be included in the 
film. 

Schubert, though vary luaeeptlUe 
to feminine charm, never married. 
The reason, it appears, was Theresa 
Grob, a vivacious girl, though no 
beauty, who wa.s married in 1821. 
against her own will, to a man 
chasm for her by her father She 
was in love with Schubert, but he 
did not know it and thought that 
she had turned him down because 
I he w:>s prx.r. The composcr was. at 
'that time, the local choirmaster, and 
he had to sing and play dux1i« the 
wedding ceremony. Afterwards he 
remarked bitterly. "Women cannot 
love; they can only play with men." 

While in Vienna, Mr. Stein was 
allowed to study the data collected 
by Professor Deutach, who has just 
completed a biography of the com- 
poser. During his researches he 
found an unpublished song, which 
Rchubert cut out of the "Golden 
Harp berniLSp he so disliked the 

style of the tenor who was to sing 
it. Tauber himaelf win sto^ it in 
the nim. ^ 

Another Incident Will ahow how 
Schubert fostered a wmHlMH be- 
tween a young army otfiear and the 
daughter of an aristocratic family. 

The exterior srenen of th^ nim 
will be made In ^ 
"DO.N JUAN" Tlll.h tllAN(.hl) 

Douglas Fairbanks* first Brittoh 
film, '"Exit Don Juan." on which 
work has now begun at Elstree, has 
been re-chrtotened "The Private Life 



etoborate production. 

It shows the downfall and im- 
prlaonment of the man whoee tun- 
nel scheme .crashes, through fire, 
explosion and flood, after he has ob- 
tained millions of pounds from a 
public that goes wild with en- 
thu-siasm over his plans Years 
later, (lie ilre.im of the niiiK'd man 
LS justified .UKl the film cliises with 
the arrival of ft train in New York, 
only twelve minute.s late, after its 
maiden Journey through the At- 
lantic tunnel from France. 

Jan Kiepura, the PolLsh tenor who 
starred in that popular Brittoh pic- 
ture of the mountalna, "Tell Me To- 
night, ' to to make another film for 
Oaumont British. Thto will be 
called "A Song for Ysu," and to an 
English version of the Oerman suc- 
cess of the same nana. Maurloe 
Eivy will direct. 



HOM.VWoon— with the plau- ^..^ 

dits of two eontineiits sUU ringing; of 'bin JuanTtaT hiiSr! ni'dolTbV 
ear.s. M ireuerit* Namara, ln-|of Korda's "Henry VHI," which 

brought £l8g.l47 to the box offlees of 



HOLLY WOOD. -A SMrtyHSevel- 
opod aMMoa ploture eamera that 
Wtotor the sea better 
wanltdoaa oo tond U being u.s«>d 

to phot ograph an undersea niiht 
between Wmund Lowe «n«i vir or 
MelAglcn. who are enactlnu di ep 
aoa divers to Chartoi R. Rogera' 

Paramount — 



in he 

tematlonally-kntiwn opera star, haa 

accepted small bit to a Hollywood the flrst aoo ctoemaa to atev It to 
motion picture because ahe needed the British I«W 

iSLfiJ^^STi™"*'**** '"^"^ rv^nlh^ preparation already 

mmiUM or MUeneaa. | has been .spent on " Don .hian " Mr 

Namwa, Who at seven f*yn w,«the'Korda .says It Is a satirical romantic 
youngest prima donna ever on the drama, with an unuaual plot, baaed 
Italian opera stage, started her , on event.s m the later Mfb flf the 
Jicreen career with .Sylvia Sidney in famous Spanish lover. 
B P .Schulbergs Paramount film, 
"Thirty Day Prtaoeas." 




rOLl.VWfx):> Oeorge 
Burns ails expounding 
his virtues to his best friend 
and severest ^tlc. Gracto Al- 
len, be t ween ecenes of tha 
new PanaMMMt Blng C wt e ify 
picture. "Wa-re MM Oramtet " 
"I alwajw tinov aumlf toto 
anything I ondertahe." de- 
elared George. 
"Why don't dig a wellT" 
- " itHr. 



Recommends 
J took List of 

Ri inil Issue 

nooka you ihouM bt mdiat thiM 

days: 
""The New Dealers." 
"Long Remember." 
"Th<- Memoirs of Vincent Ndta.** 
"The Robber Barone." 
"Loota XW." 

mm mi 
m mm. 



Br H. ALLBf aMrm 
Value Pr«M Bosk aeuor 

The conduct of affairs, public and 
totimates. In thto land of ours during 
the last several years Ls held up to 
l.u M .scorn in Philip Wylies amazing 
ii' v, book which bears the title- 
I I'mnley Wren His NoUons and 
Opinloni;, TogeUier With a Hap- 
hazard History of Hto Career and 
Affioura to These Moody Years, as 
well as Stmdry Rhymes, Fables, 
Diatribes and Literary Mi-sdemean- 
ors." The book, published by ?^ar- 
rar <k Rlneharl, bear.s th" fur;hor 
label; ""A Novel in a New .Manner " 
WeU, It is. 

Finnley Wren, as his story im- 
wlnds. impresses the reader as one 
of the strang^t figures to contem- 
porary Action. Yet when the fin- 
ished portrait to before you, he 
doesnt actually neem to be alto- 
gethtr too ': I . 

llLLL-tlAlhbK 

Plnnley to a hall-rmtoer. He to to- 
ordlaately fond of hto grog, ^ is in- 
cUned to call a apade a .spade on 
any and all occaalons, and the wom- 
en Juat won't let him alone. Not 
that he minds. The publishers sav 
his story Is In the spirit of SKrno 
and Rabelais, and they dont go tw 
alleld with the sta^ment. 

Personally I founiT'Plnnley Wren" 
A b(X)k that I couldn't leave until It 
had been finished. It to wild and 
erratic, and sometimes It to almost 
revolttog. Yet it mirrors the char- 
acter of Plnnley so surely that few. 
If any, of the objectionable figures 

could have been eliminated. Som< wh.. .h„s,n ,„ , ,,,.,.„., 

people will call it outrageous be- »» •'•<• prr virw or thr Thlrtrfoth 

cause of the Elizabethan languaKe it I K«hiwttMi af aavaHIKm Art in 

P"' ^'•y '»"<=^ u»\"rjS'V;"iK?N!*j'*.%.r..,*^ 

heed to their complatota. cii». 
COMPACT VOLl'ME 

Hazel Gertrude Kincella has writ- 
ten a compact volume on mu.sic 
called ""Music In the Air" (Viking), 
which should find wide favor. The 
book was produced for modem Ito- 
teners, and, considering Ito siae, Ls 
remarkably comprehensive. One of 
ito most valuabto features to a sec- 
tion devoted to biographical sketches 
of the great compoaers, with brief 
analyses of their worts. There are 
nearly a hundred Illustrations and 
various essays on folk music, or- 
chestras, church maslc. ballets, and 
an outline history of mojilc Itself. 

Thi-s is an excellent volume to 
have around the home. It Is well- 
arranged aa a reference book and 
would aerve good purpoae aa a book 
for the instruction of chUdNB. 



lished It Is the story of the eha- 
ntic growth of a seaport 
Sound. 



Admirers of the late Woodrow 
Wilson will want to read "Wood- 
row WiLson. the Caricature, the 
Myth and the Man," bf Bdith Oit- 
ting.s Reid (OKfbrd University 
Pre-ss). The author waa a frtend 
p', ihe tote President and writes in- 
telUgantly of hto Ufa and Idaaa. 




> I »M 1 III II MIS'-llN 



Claim Sta^e 
En sic I III an 

Cinema Work 



LONDON (NANA> — Luptno Lane, 
the well-known British comedton. 
Is founding a "Comedy College," 
where budding "funny men" — and 
women—wlU be tought tha dUBcult 
are of being aamslng on the stage. 

"There are ontoe a number of 
youngiten todaj,** he aaid, "who 
have talent, bvt who cannot gain 
experience such as tb«^ would have 
had to the days of 
companies, wiin 
tricks as thi 



briruf fu; 

hn.sinr.s"^ 

c. >Inei1i;< •, 
arvl I,e.>li. 



T 



he old touring 

ll;r',' le.-»ri;ed flv* 
I '< >ni,' ( onie- 
■ ,S( : ; i-r pei.pjf. 
i t ' > I I di r 1.. a srrifMis 
are asking famous 
V George Robey 
Henson. to give lectures 
tb^ methods 
of their 



Vincent Korda. an arttot whoee 
patottogs have a oonaldetaMe vogue 
in Airope. and who haa become 
ev«n better known for tha setttogs 
hedealgned for "Henry VTH" end | d ans off stfl^, 

"Catherine the Great • sjient two 
months In Spain painting studies 
for "Don .hian " The costumes 
have been designed bv Oliver Me.s 

sel a vnung nntlsh ar'i-t who has ^n the sfudenU Oft 

don/, m.irh coioi' ,• f.^r Mr and teach th«B 

cochran s s^AUf .m— • - ■ technlqua 
0'..,^ « hr ^u^MM-.eiX b> a num- "Wo hima famow eamacDSBWs 
artresaes. inciudiiig such aa IMlla WbOaoe and OeeUv 
t-.'.n. who achlevedtame Oportneldia. win oome and look 
vMi »,^""*«,^?!?^ 2" "ttm after the womeh's side of the ool- 
viii . '^o^ ROboon. who made a lege, which will be run In conjunc- 
_ Sy debut aa the Em- tlon with a whooi of dancing " 

-H- kT?T?!?*-2..^I^**??*^""' syllablW U • ,, 1,(1^ cr>nM»dv 

wno nai betti aitth Charles I.a ugh- dnmna' «nd thr- ,.' 
ton Bt the di Tto all the w, " - Puri.herti .-. 

Benlta HOne. who has just nmsiied.br :«,;«!, t hnw ^d.i;.- «r, KneiiAli 
Plavlng with Conrad Vr dt n "Jewljoke .„ , p,., , „r CJcrman 

TaSu ju'SiwMiyytfa^iiirj; i^lt''^— iiTtath of the 



m ii\ mm 

LONDOl/ (NANA).— Sir Barry 
£acksonlB next production at the 
«ecadllly will be Elmer Rice's 
"Counsellor-at-Law." which he re- 
cently presented with suere/g, at 
Birmingham and wlmh will be 
played by members of hLs refK»rtory 
company It waj< this clever or- 
ganization that give London a 
chance to ,sre " Once in a Lifetime."" 
the amusing Hollywood satire, laat 
year 

Another American ptoy that has 
Just been produced over here to 
WlUlam Hurlbufa "Bride of the 
Lamb." rechrtotened "The Bride" 
for Bngllah consumption. Kyrle 
Bellew haa put thto on at the strand 
with herself and f ivies isimm in 
thfe leading parts, it ha* not been 
enthiiBiatlcally raMved br the 
critics. 

"Double Door." Which alia halLs 
from the United States, to notable 
for the dramatic performance 
given by Dame Sybil Thomdlke as 
Victoria Carol Goodner and Owen 
Nares are atoo to the east. The 
pieca taad a good 



LONDON (NANA). — BHiabeth 

nrrgner. the .star of "CaMu rine the 
Great," agrees with Conrad Veldt 
that acting for the Alms to inftolte- 
ly harder than acting for the stage. 

" For the films, she says, "one 
needs far more imagination, con- 
centration aixl endurance. Not only 
does the studio lack a reoeptlve 
audlenos ready to raapond and en- 
courage, but the aoenea are so short 
that it to almost impossible to be- 
come Imbued with the conviction 

;i part. The .strain of l>ein« itn 
an.ii.iiive in snipiK-:.s, so to speak 
Is very exhaustint;, as are th." lonk 
hours of work in the heat and glare 
of lights, often in heavy clothes 

"'No, acting for the films to neither 
so easy nor so pleasant as acting 
in the theatre. Yet the temptation 
to leave the stage for flima to not 
simply coounMtlaL Once the fllm 
is made and you have given your 
best, your performance will live for 
longer than one night •and will be 
seen by 



Riptide 
Shearer 
Vehicle 

B» C».\ui.r.P. E.';Tr<iuaT, Jr. 

NEW YORK (NANA).— "Riptide." 
with Norma Shearer, to one of thoae 
pictures that women will like. You 
notice the ebb and flow of passion, 
aa It were, and. while there isn't 
much to the story. Norma to good. 
• . . One of the funniest things 
that you could imagine is • Vou re 
Telling Me." W. C. Field.s appears 
In almast every .soeno, and the rest 
of the ca.st ls on its toes. 

We often wonder what authors 
I privately when their booka ap- 
i>«ar In .screen form, and we should 
like to know what Margaret Ken« 
nedy said when her "The Constant 
Nymph" was put on. ... A 
pretty good show, greatly enlivened 
by the activities of Barbara Stan- 
wyck, Is "Gambling Lady "' 
"Lazy River," with Jean Parker In 
the lead. Is a quiet, homely, and 
rather eflcctlve story of a r^«nch 
vlOage on the Lower Mtoataaipiil. 

CHt Alii 

IS hiHimitu 



LW^ UUIiUl 

t mm m 



Pain in Amu 
h WorthTwo 
Inm Wind&tt 



1 J O r, I, Y W o O D.-Roger 
1 1 F* vor was oomplatoing 
to Mae West and Otnator Leo 

MrCxrey oq PanUBOOBt'S "It 

Ain't No Sto" act. 
"I had a terrible pain in my 

T'ms night." recounf^-d 

M ae s new leading man. 
Wha 

Mae 



MANCHESTER, England (CP) — 
"London has .sof n sr. often Ballcff 
and his 'C'hau\e .Sourls' that an- 
other troupe of Rii.ssians who do 
much the same sort of thing In 
much the same sort of way will be 
lucky If they receive an ardmt wel- 
come." says The Ooardtaa'a 
don oorreapondent. 

'"M. Ya.^ Yushny.wbo 
L Otoeau BiM' eorapany at the 
Duke of Toft^ to a oompetv who 
must seem to ba following in 
BallefTs footstepa. fhoogh he may 
^.■fr r>'«s.'ihlv In iv)lnt of time have 
l.r~-'-ded them And If truth br told, 
the material pres^ntM by thL« Ru.<i- 
sian company is nr^* extremely good, 
nor U itn treatment partlcutoMy 
brilliant. There are a great many 
song acenea comical to aseai, aa la 
the case of women gam^^lBg round 
a samovar, or siirtOBi. as to the 
rendertaf of that mtich lll-uaed 
melodr, ^lia 
critic says. 

have fairly good voices, which n 

of tha ttee thev rlKxire to <li,sjj 

for the sake of 

It on Erigli 
aaaly near mere Mtuawiong. 



By Roac PA"rnDiaoir 
coprrwht, 1M4, br "Dm Mortb 
Ktwwaper s ni sa— , la«, 

AMUS/— A rather curious art ex- 
hlbttlon now being held in Pans 
conslsU of the works of a number 
of Chinese arttots, who have de- 
picted tacldents of the Chinese 
revolution. Most of these artuu 
are .still m China, and. since the pic- 
tures are alive with the realism and 
horror of violence and bloodshed, it 
Is Rmaii wonder that none of them 
has thought weH to riga hit wwk. 
'•veil In Chinese. 

Home of the painters have wnrkad 
In groups or Ave or six upon ihaeto 
of paper meaeurlng eight yards by 
three, 

Ihe exhlMtton of these vivid and 
BBUMial drawings and paintings waa 
to have been included in the show 
held recently at the Porte de Ver- 
sailles by the French revolutionary 
artUts. but the pictures did BOl Bfw 
rive from r-i.i, , ,n time. - 

'^o r\iM us of Daomler^ 

works ha\e 6e« n opened, one at tha 
Orangerle. In the TuUlertoa Oar- 
dens, devoted to hto drawings, 
water-colors. oU patotings imd 
statuettes, and tbe oUMrat tkZ 

Z'iftissr ^''^^''^^^^^ 

nmMtlena serve to iwmlnd us of 

52» £2!* ^**^^f ^ realiAm of 
paumier. who was no mere carim- 
lurist. Hto brilliant pr,fti:e«i , . 
toons. It Is true, contributed first to 
tne fall of the mojiarcliy of Louto 
Philippe m IS48 and later to tha 
wpcond Empire's decay The artist. 
It win be remembered, feU BDOa 
eviiumes m hto later yaan, iaZ 
wnen he could no longer pay hig 
wnt. Corot made him a present ct 

hto own little houjv at Vnlm 
LOAN RXHiniTION 
A very toteresttog loan exhibHlMi 
of paintings of gardens from tim 
eighteenth century to the prwsnt 
day hM been brought together bp 
Loids TawMrttas. the critic, to tha 
home Of m. Ouy Slsla. for chart- 
Ubto purpoaea. Ha>« are many love- 
Ur gardens. oM-world and new. and 
M Bwny flowers that ail the eoiors 
that ever w^re ae«>m to have fovil 
their wav to M Rt^ln'n houae 
* a— .~ ... ^ Monaca, the Ttallan sculptor |g 
t Sont. the sneelalirtP - • -1ina> nowadaya 
of the companviH" recm- ,i , company of 

^iMlnrilAhr 1 T>e',plr. including tha 
itii^"'mim«^lf " to see hto bust of 
'fT-rf n,'- ardinai Verdier. Arehblshep 
rT« peril- Parts They atoo adaUrad two oUms 
|basto ka tes aa* gt Ito f^"^, 



■I 




Tin- DATI.V COT.O 



V 




Great Britain and the Dominions Overseas. 



Sir Malcolm Expects 
To Raise His Record 
With Rebuilt Beetle 



Happy Time for Shipyard Workers 



jLuiifidt'iil 1 hut llr {.an Mukv i hrce iiuudrcci 
- Miles an Hour on Utah Sands With His 
Greatly Altered Bluebird 



Hritish I oiiririfi 
li\ iir ifnoad 
Oil tlie Inc reuse 



LONDON (CP).— Th* jHaat flying bMtl« that Sir Malcolm 
Catiijiht'I! ( alls the "Bluebird" will have been completely 
rebuill when the lamous automobile speed driver at- 
tempts to raiM hit world record to 300 milaa an hour on the 
Sa!(hiro '..ilf lu'ds of Utah Work oti fhf "Bluebird" is moving 
rapidly and it is huped the tar will be ready by June. 

Only the Schneider Oup airplaiM 
anflne vlU te retained irom tbe 
machine vlileh the drttmr eent over 
«he eand oX Deartona Beach, Vlorlda, 
at 173.108 miles an hour In Vebru- 

TKllNO IWIN WilLluLS ' 

Hie iMdy wlU reeemUe a giganti' 
beetle, and lor the flat time In n ■ 
attempt of thle nature twin no: 
vheele vlU be uaed. | 

IWs Idea iB not new for competi- 
<lon work, for many, notably Ray-, 
inond Mays. H. O. J. Na.sh and' 
Whitney StralKiit,, have u.sed extra 
wliceU with great EMCcesa In hill 
Climbs. 

The "Bluebird" wheels will be en- 
cloeed to wltUn a few Inches of the 
grmind. One of the chief alms in 
the new design has been to evolve a 

body that will afford a smaller 
frontal area and be mor« perfect in 

Sti'l': ing. 

\. cL. ..... dcsuii-s have been 6ubmlt- 

te/1 '' I ''.i.'irir! t«stg. and 'hr 

one (lcci<li<t iiiKiii will. It IS h(it>»-<l. 
definitely <'iia';:i air Malcolm frac- 
tionally to reduce his tim« and so 
xeaOh M0 miles an boar. 

HOLE FOR HIH HEAD 

Exeept for a hole. throui?h wlilch 
the (Irlver'.s head wll! |.iiij'-<:. the 
entire chassLs will be enolased. Tlie 
ScbAelder trophy-type twelve-cylin- 
der sopercharged Rolls-Hoyoe en- 
flne ta being retained, but ao ex- 
tensive are the other alterations 
that the entire chaasls has been dis- 
mantled. 

Althousrh not deflnltely settled, It 
1,- t- .i!lv cr-rtalii that .Sir Mal- 
coiii abandon Uaytona Bea^h, 

Flnrlda. and inalce the attempt on 
the Saldura salt beds, Utah. 



I ONDON fBUP).- A 
i—* stantlal Increase in 
Ish air touring abroad Is ahoAi! 
in R^ral Aero Olub figures for 

"Camets" Issued for private 

flights alone numbered S55. 

representing ain^i oxlmately 
8,000 Journey.s in aiid out of 
Great Britain .\pait. from 
the ordinary Kurupean tour.s. 
the Cliib'.s touring d''i>arlm»'nt, 
dealt with forty-five special 
flights to more distant lands, 
Including China, Japan, Aus- 
tralia, South Africa, India. 
Burma. Ken/a, Faleetlne. 
Bnrpt. TRirlsesf aatf- 
atatea. 





HOLD lOP IN 
T» FED 



England Looking to Wimble- 
don for Big Victories 
This Season 



Big Ben's Voice 
Must Be Hushed 
For Two Months 



HAS CHIEF TROPHY 

AtREAOY m BAG 



Aig 1 oiii to Depudie Whlk Spring 41fanfaf PkiH 
oeedh in ToH« r of Weatmio^er— BeU-FottBd- 

Cim'l<iriii <;«'Mliiri<'s Old R^fsfl^f ff^mg tfi^ 

!• aaliion in London Town Now 



LOWDOTf (CnP).— RiKkmd i.-, itn 

nLs mad, visualizing this .Spsin^ tin 
dawn of a new crii in the w.Kld u: 
tennus wu.!i .Joini WwW m dt-nnlu 
command ci > w !ir 1 1- U is to he 
believe iLsually i'(>ii,scivative critics 
.surii a dominance as Australia never j^^ic name^ are to 



enjoyed— nor France 

Bngiaod came from baek In 
field taat 



I 

Bt OLAKVILLE CAWi.-W 

ONDON (BUP).-"Big Ben." the great bell of Wcstmm. 
ster. IS, I sui)poae, such an every day, or ona might 
, •^•H' •ound in I>ondon that, like th,- 

doflMatie eook. it is not noticed until it stops. ' Bia Ben ' 
whose broadcast voue >s now reminiscent and fandlar th« 
world ovar. both to exd. d Britons and to their children is to 
be atiant for something; hkc two months. Both the bell and 
the Kieat .!,n k whose companion it is (tha ball and clock ihar« 
be Spring cleaned. 



toTafTtSslba^' nouncement. the hiside of the Clock 



to Uie omclai 



an- 



A PHOTOGRAPH of the ac«e at tbe gates of the shipyard at Clydebank. England when more thu> 
too ama reelwted work on aaialsked hall of the giant Cuntrder. known ..^ N>> s ,4 Work was 
•uspendad on the ship more than two years ago because of finann.il troulilr, Imt it m pxprt te.l more than 
6.000 pwsona will find employment on It now. When completed m t!i<: Kail, the Lunarder u expected to b« 



about 7^ Ono tons and a>^\c ti.> ( .^rr 



ves»ci may be aecn in the background. 



P^rsOM at 



CANADA TRPBliD 

i;iu;i:ii:i iradl 




Domlii I 
Jtlnf dom 



. ■>lll| < till ^ 

in tSupply 



to 



' 1 i.iU'd 
Aua- 



MKUBOURNE (CP). — Au.stralla 
trebled her imports of Canadian 
motor cha.ssls in 1933 a.s confpared 
with 1932. 11 Is liidl< atfd by .statLs- 
tlcs of the Commonwealth Depart- 
ment of Commerce. 

Canada is second only to the 
United Kingdom in volume of this 
•lam o( trade In Australia. Im- 
pertatkma o( Canadian ehaasia In 
IMa weie a.104 and to 1933. 7.128, 
with approximate values of 1688,- 
210 and $2.159.9.'>0 re.spertlvely. 

United Kingdom cha.'sls Imported 
bjrAUStraii i ; M2 nil tnt>ered 4.837 
valued at i: ihk doo. and In 1933, 
•ifOT at 94,010.000. 

Import .s of chaMl.s from the 
United .states in 1832 uere 2,917 
With a value of $1,186,910 and In 
SMI, 4|M0 at IS.OMJM. 

Dispyii; \\m 
MM \m 

'Unaiile fo DtM Kic Whether 
, Crucifix st!,iii Surmount 
Cliaii in Daii 



Will Start Eight-Ton Ma- 
chine With Run of 
Twenty Yards 

SUCCESSrUL TRIAL 

MADE IN ENGLAND 



xyUBLXN (OP)/-Oonalderable dls- 
eusslon has been aroused, outside 

Oie Free State a.s well tis within, by 
the propfKsal to erert a caiclflx over 
the :;>■ .kr>r. chair In the l>«ll 
There is a possibility that the proj- 
ect anay be tfialved onoe again. 

Two fian ago the auiassUon was 
nade Iqr a moomui OathaUe aoelety 
In cr>r£ Mt wss votosd bgr tbe 
pnr'v wnlpe as ifltety to be un- 

;< .ible to the minority In the 
H • . On the second occa-ilon the 
Cfue.stlon wn.s referred to the Com- 
mltfr'e of Procedure and Privll'^fT'"' 
of the House, one of \\\o men • ■ ■ 
of which, representing Mr. df 
Valera's party, is a Jew. The non- 
Ohrtsttan. however. Intimated that 
be would have no objection If the 
of the menben desired 



HEARTILY IN FAVOR 

The other committee represents* 
tlve of De Valera's party, Patrick J. 
Little, the son of a former Premier 
of Mewfouadland, who has taken a 
proatfnent part In Irish politics 
sinoe he came ftom the oldeet Brit- 
ish colony many years ago, Is hea > ' 
Uy In favor of the proposal. Ii. 
say.s he ran see no real objection to 
it. as the maloTltv of members have 
given Mi"i; .'\pn'. il 

On the oiluT liand. the otBclaJ 
oiK.ui of the Church of Ireland, 
The Church of Ireland Oaaette, has 
disapproved In an editorial and sug- 
geets that the Dall Chamber which 
reeks with aUsfatkins of "treaahery" 
aad "murder" every day. is not a 
at place for such a sacred emblem 

When the same proponal \ 
made to the FYee ."^tnfe .Sennte 
soinp time a(ro. H wns iin<>fTli l;illy 
Intliv J ''■-i fhnt II noidd Ik- imdoslr- 

ITii- mailer. a« far a.s the Dsll \s 
concerned, will be settled as soon 
as the House aaets far tha 



(OP). Wwensssful trtaU 

have been made of the new ma- 
chinery' designed to launch big fly- 
Uig boatr from Che decks or the fleet 

Tests at the K. a! ,Mr raft o.itab- 
lishments at Pamborough indicate 
British warships will In future be 
able t-o carry heavily armed and 
manned flying boats with them, in 
addition to the smaller alreraf t with 
which thcv are already eqiiipi>e<l 
The heavier flying madiine will foe 

literally hurled into the air as by 

the hand ' ' < , • 

S.Mool II Id MNINO 
Four t«6l launchliiRs were photo- 
graphed. In the first and seccmd 
the machine was propelled along the 
launching rails at half speed; its 
fall equipment was on board, but no 
crew, and the engine wa.s stepped. 
The craft ran smoothly alonjc the 
rails and ran down the ramp at the 
end to come to a rest after running 
straight ahead over the airdrome 
for about 100 yards. Pilot and crew 
hen got aboard and the engine was 
started. This tlms the full power of 
the launching gear was M>plled and 
tha pilot opraed the en^ne throt- 
tle wide. Before the end of the run 
'he craft had reached flying .speed, 
and It left the rails to climb easily 

away. 

I.S .MIOKl HI .N 

The type of catapult employed for 
the tesU was the "fieM aoeeterator" i 
destgasd by the experts. It hauOhes 
airplanes weighing up to eight and 
a half tons in a run of about twenty 
yards. Power derived from two 
.spheroidal englne.s driven by com 
pressed air. rising In a second or two 
to more than 4 000 horsepower, ae- 
celcratc.-i thi- airplane In that short 
distance from rest to sixty miles an 
hour. 

Catapults are coming Into In- 
creasing use In the Royal ifavy. 

New ships are fitted with them a.s 
fhey commLsslon for service. At 
'csent twenty-one capital slilps 
.nd cruisers have them; in the cap- 
ital ship.s the oatafolts an oa tbe 
gun turrets. 



Central Australia 
Blown Into Sea by 
Sweeping Hot Winds 

iiuudrcd.s ol 1 lioiiNand.N of Toii^ of ^^oil I>i-.ij»- 
pearing Every Yrar — Hiir K< <| iMi-i Carried 
Five Miles lligli iu the Air 



8 



^^VUNEY, N.S.W. (BUP).— According to recent observa- 
tioni conducted by acientists in many parts of tha Pacific 
Ocean, Central Austr.iha i' slowly hcing hlown into Ae 
sea. Every hot wind which sweeps across the southern half of 
tha contintnt adds to the quanti^ of loat soil, aad avary year 

>f aoil disappear from Australia. 



The Tmant Retorna 
to Royal Maater 



OXroKP rngland <CP) The 
proposn' . lahlLsh an Under- 
graduafr.s < <• mrll at the Univer- 
sity has iv>rr|v'r' A setbacit. the 
presidents Of twenty 
rooms 



uty lunler cmunon 
iwa a body «n- 




hundreds of thousands cf t 

From the Mallee district oi Murin 
wae t e ra Vletorla northward far into 
the Interior, a large pert of the 
surface soli of Australia Is composed 
or the flneet red dust. It Is so much 
' finer than flour that when it is 
I driven into the air by the wind. It 
I caJi settle again only in a <!«cad 
[calm, unless It Is precipitated by 
rain— the red rain which causes so 
much Inconvenience and damage 
after a spell of hot weather In 
Melbourne and other parts of Vic- 
toria. 

HIGH IN AIR 

Rvery Summer the wind over 
Central Aostralta carrle.s immriuse 
quantities of dust a.s hlKh a.s five 
niilc.s In the air. In the Autumn 
the trade winds carry It away to 
the northwest, where It appears 
over the Dutch We.st Indies as a 
regular annual phenomenon. When 
the wind blows from the west, it 
sweeps the dust clouds over the 
Eastern atatee and oa over the Tss- 
man 8ea. 

Recent samples taken from the 
ocean bed at great depths in the 
Ta-sni-ui 8ea show that the Aeabed 
there is covered deep by the red 
sludge the preclpltati^d du.st which 
once lay upon Central Australia. 
Off ffBW ZKALAND 

Dust storms from Australia fre- 
quently reach New Zealand. One 

storm of partii .i.i: 'cvcritN v^lii'li 
occurred In H'iW j .o- .'i'. p'.i iwai rd 
carrfiiUy. Ca,- . i.i ' ;^ >■ ■ ; i. ■ a f-ft t : lat 
from this iO,<KK) ton.s of red 

Australia; < rc deposited upon 

the Islands of New Zealand. 



ECKENER SURE 

6ESI 




LONUs m ]m 

OF YUKON AlK 



Wifp ' p Scrfjeant 
Feels McUjfict cf Great 
Open Spaces 




TAP AIR 

Scylla, Largest Land Plane 
Liner m World. Has 
Trial Flight 



LOMDOir (BUF).— Scylla. the 
krgeet taad pkMM alillMr in the 
world, has just BMda her flrst fll^t 
from Roehsst s r aerod r o m e. Kent. 

with fuU load on board, the 
s yiia welghe IS,MW pounds— more 
'hail fourteen tons. Rhe measures 
'•iKhtv-slx and a (pmrt'-r feet from 
Uyf now of the fii.si lagr to the 
liriiif- tip I ,f the riidd''i and I).!-'-. 
oiii> aiid n half frr; in li'-lti;' lirr 
riRncs rover 2fi!.'> for! 
pl;inr and 
^)uare feff ^ ' 
>l ;il tt hiK M I' 
r: :tl< 

A( ( I in 111 ii X 
two cabli;.^ 
i?''r- n';d a 



SOUTHAMPTON (CP).— Leasing 

here for the return journey of 10,000 
miles to the Yukon. Mrs. C. B. Tidd, 
wife of Sergeant Tidd. of the Royal 
Canadian Mtounted Police, declared 
that far country was drawing her 

like a iiiHiTiiet. 

"Not tiiat I don't like England." 
Mrs. Tidd added. "R would be a 
wonderful place to settle down In. 
but I am longing for the tang of 
the Northern air. It Is exhilarat- 
ing. It makes you feel full of life. ' 

Mrs. ndd Is Isavlng to rejoin her 
husband In the Isolated police posts 
of the Canadian frontiers. She has 
been spending a holldav wliti [.'•i 
hiLsband'.s parents at Derslngham. 
Noifolk. Hftr; nine Winters In the 
North .Hill' wii.i for four years at 
a post in Il f" V;ikon. where no other 
White woman luid lived previously. 

MM. Tidd was a nuree in an 
American mission at Fort Yukon 
when she met her mounted pohoe- 
man, and they WSTS aUtfllSd tbS 
following year 

"At one past, she said, "where 
the Indians tukl never before eeen 
a white woman, they used to call 
me 'Mrs OovsnaasBt.' Only twkw 
a year were we la tooeh with the 
outside WM-ld. and we had to trek 
goo miles to get our letters " That 
was before the da - • of . . >gg. 

Mrs. Tidd sakl she accompanied 
her husband OB BMBy drtM In* 
vestlgatlons. 

On the last stage of her journey 
North she will have to travel by I be climbed. bVl 
dog team 600 or 000 miles. Icondltlons. 



Zeppelin Commander Speaks 
of His Atlantic Crossings 
at London Luncheon 

LONDON (CP).— In spite of the 
wonderful increase In the efBclency 
of the aeroplane. Dr. Hugo Eckener, 
commander of the Oral Zeppelin, is 
convhiced the airship type of flying 
craft is the best available method 
of aerial transport for long dis- 
tances, eepecially over the ocean. 

Dr. Eckener expreaaed this view 
here when he attended a luncheon 
In his honor of the British Branch 
of the AU People's Association. He 
is presklent of the Oermaa graop 
of the organization. 

MANY PROBLEMS 

r>r Eckener told the gathering he 
had many proUeoia to solve. One 
of them was whether the ahvhlp 
could become a dependable and safe 
means of transportation, and If so, 
whether It could become a paying 
buslnc.v It wa.s impossible for 
mechanical transportation io arrive 
at ino ppr cent .snfefv it would 
only be obtained, he thouKht. "for 
our la.sl Journey to lip;i\< ii.' but he 
claimed a.s a result of hLs fifty At- 
lantic crofvMngs that the airship 
gave the percentage of saf^ 
some peoide wanted. 

X>r. BBkeasr said he was working 
on plana for regular ah^hlp serv- 
Icea to North and South America. 

Captain P. E. Ouest, M P . who 
presided. suKeestcd the extraor- 
(llnarllv satisfactory results Dr. 
1- k«i,.:- had achieved with the 
t»raf /.eppelln might enable the re- 
opening of the British alr.shlp fac- 
tories at Pulham, cloeed for 
time. 



Mrn\i \\im\\.\\ 



LONDON (CP).— The King has 
approved the award by the Royal 
Geographical fiodety of the foun- 
der's Medal — a Royal Medal — to 
Hugh Ruttledge for hU journ'-vs :,, 
the Xumaon and Oarwhal Himalaya 



Cup. aha was far tnm being the 

favored nation before she defeated 

.lii.i ;ii ru;uid bofor-' the 

I !i.il.t i.t:.: '.'.ii Then she downed 
t Ue I ' ! ■ • 1 . ■ .1 ; ' .s to win the right 
U) cha..r:i^i h^i.iace for the most 
prized of all t*'nni,s trophie.s France 
fell, too. before this charge. 
BAVB FOa A WHILE 
The tiiiiniph has not gone to 
E.ii)<;iinu .'s head, but tennis aulhorl- 
tle.s here regard the chances of aiiy 
country picking up the Davu Cup 
within the next two or three years 
as rsmote, to say the least, 
tralla la rsganled as the meet 
rious ehaUeagar. The United atatee 
is not given more than pssslng 
thought. 

Great Britain proudly calls PVed- 
crick Perry the foremost amateur 
player in Uie world. Henry W. 
(Bunny I Au.stin. Iils niaaterful Uttle 
singles partner, is perhaps the 
world's third ranking amateur. Many 
Englishmen are not willing to con- 
cede that even Perry Is tha aiq^flior 
of Austin. 

Austin has kspt In trim through 
the Whiter mooiha aad sbaaaed a 
long period of casiml training with 

a .series of Impressive vl<-torles on 
the French Itlviera. One ESigllsh 
critic who .saw "Bunny" play in the 
South was so impre.s.sed by hl.s form 
that he was williiiK to ix-t the for- 
mer Cambridge star would not lose 
a set at Wimbledon. 

BRITONS FAVORITES 
The.se two are Britain's stalwarts. 
Whether Australia, Japan, Germany 
or the United Slates reaches the 
challenging round, the Britons will 
be favorites. There Is no JDlsworth 
Vines on the lt84 American team, 
and XDgland cannot conceive that 
Lester Stoefen will be a threat to 
either Perry or Austin. 

Led by Jack Crawford, conqueror 
of Vines In the Wimbledon ttnal 
last year, the Au.strallans have 
Vivian McGrath, Adrian Qulst and 
Don Tumbull. and Great Britain 
fears this oooiMaatloa man than 
any other. 

The bus i ness of kseptaiff the Davis 
Cup is only part of the programme. 
There Is Wimbledon, where Perry 
or Au.stln may come through with a 
victory. Aivl at Wimbledon there Is 
hope that Britain's women forre.s 
win come Into their own. The long 
reign of United States stars, led by 
Helen Wills Moody and Helen 
Jacobs, may be nearlag the end. 

THE rillEF HOPE 
Dorothy Rouijd. who gave Mr.'. 
Moody a terrific three-set battle In 
the final last year, U the chief hope. 
But there are others, notably Kath- 
erine atammers, twenty-year-old fit. 
Albans girl, and Margaret acrlvens. 
who won tha Reoeh title In 1033. 
Vrsda JaoMS Is training hard in 
Nottingham for ths Bummer tour- 
naments. Only the United States, 
when Tllden, and later Vines. Joined 
with Mr.s Moody to sweep through 
both men's and women'.s divisions, 
has held complete sway over the 
tennis world. Thls» tbty Say, Is 
England's year. 



CAPKX)WN (CP>. — Nineteen 
years after he had left her on Cape- 
town station. Mrs .Tames Scott re- 
dtscijvred her hu.sband. She also 
ni.i'l'' a discovery, tlirough a friend 

A . .and hers-lf showing photoaraohs 

eatendtog over eight years, together I of wedding groups, that " 

married another woman 



Mount ' 



with his leadership of the 
E\ere.st Expedition. !933 

Ruttledc^e wft.s the leader if " r 
party whi. !, ri.a<le a gallant a"- i p- 
on \f .'in- I- - - .'s- 111 1833. The bad 
' .« i.^e.! 1 ■ the early advent 
of the monsoon defeated the olhab- 
ers. After the eipedttlon Hvttlsdfs 
said tha avldenoe obtafaied was 
thought to justify the behef that 
Mount Everest, ihouei i i .' - rdlv 
a difhcult and 



had 



The sequel was the appearanoe of 
James Scott. farty-allM, before 
Magistrate O. R. Bhaws, ehsrged 
with bigamy. He pleaded not guUty. 
and In his evidence told how he had 
bssn Informed that his wife had 

died in India from malaria arvl 

"I thanke«1 cVxl 

Scott was fiiund k • and srn- 
l^ncfd to six itKiuth.s hard i.»ti-.t 
rouiyt^t, could. The magistrate described the pris 



ther oner's attitude aS 
land caUotts." 



Sunshine Dancers Enjoying Sunshine 



wui be cleaned and amne of the 
chhnlng bells— "the Westminster 

chimes"-- \\ ;:; be rehung. 

Sven In London Big Ben. in the 
small hours, can be heard as far as 

six miles away, and It Is OB record 
that, by broadcasting. Its boom has 
been heard not only uu aciov. cun- 

ada f rom the Ailamic to K;. . ., 
but on the Ureal Barrie; k, , t of 
Australia, which Is from our ,Ma::d 
point the M-ry opposite side of the 
world 

ALWAYg ON TIME 
11»e dook la extraordinarily sccu- 
rate and Is rarely more than a frac- 
tion of a second out. This In spite 

of Its en.'niio.i.s 6i/.e and that u.s 
wlndnig occupies the time of two 
men for five houTs thies tbass s 
week. 

The beU and eioek have been in 
"** se venty-thrsa years, and 
there were all sorts of runipu.scs 
In 1061 when the Installat ion was 

first completed. The bell was 
i • : a. k'-d. but as the 
f'" ' m m!' j:.. difTerence to th" 
tone. It a: .A. ' ;i, remain ano 
Big Ben is cracked to this year. 

at. Paul's Is to eone to the reeeue 
while Big Ban Is silent and "Big 
Tom" of the Cathedral Js to 
deputise. 

AN (HI) » IK.M 

Speaking of Big Ben, we are. In 
the rather silly phrase of today, 
agahi becoming "bell eon s eto u s* as 

our forefathers were. 

The Arm of bell-founders who 
cast Big Ben In 1858. and Is to 
renovate him now. Is bu.sy on oUier 
famous bells, }-'\tr instance, the 
Bells of Shoredltch ("Whan I am 
rich, sang the bells of ShQCadtteh") 
are to have new bearings. 

This Ann goee back for centuries. 
All bell-casting Arms are old. but 
these people actually cast the hells 
of the .slitps which went out from 
Devon to fight the great gallrons of 
the Spanish Armada in l.'.fiR when 
Elizabeth was (^leen And not 
long ago they recast the Great 
Tenor BeU of Sherborne Mhister 
which weighs forty-aiz hundred- 
weights aad Is the heaviest bell in 
this country to be rung In a peal. 

It Is said, though It Is hard to l)e- 
lleve. that theie are now (W.OOO bell 
ringers m KnKi oi.l 

EXHIBITIONS THE FASHION 
Exhibitions seem to be the fash 
Ion In London Town Just at present 
To fake two, for In.stance. out of a 
score I^t us go first to what Is 
now the Unit«^d Service Museum In 
Whitehall, the only remaining p<ir- 
tlon of the Palace of Whitehall 
from whoae window .ChM-les the 
First walked to his dsath on a 
January morning In IMt. Look at 
the chain from a gardsa which 
an English ofBcer took from the 
Chateau of Hougomont on the day 
of Waterloo. See a carbine bearing 
on Its butt a little plate recording 
the fact that Napoleon Bfmaparte 
gave It to It.s bearer for bravery 
Look at Wellington s cloak and 
sword and telescope; his pen and 
pencil case: his order book and his 
battered cocked hat And sse. too, 
Napolsfla's shavtaff broOh from at. 
Helena and the golden gutaiea 
which he lost at cards to an ing- 
llsh officer while on his laat voyage 
to that lonely island which he WSS 
never to leave again. That Eng- 
lish ofBcer must have had a sense 
of history, for be strung that cohi 
on a golden 
he died. 



He weighed twenty-four "stua«" 
which is 336 pounds >>nd he slaaa 
some six feet five or ao in his ^^M^k S i 
He resisted the nrees gang violent- 
ly aad it took the united efforU of 
goodness know how many men to 
get him hito a boat to take him to 
the waiting man-o'-war. However 
WUlUm bided his time When he 
was well off shore he was allowed. 
In consideration of his bulk, to sit 
athwart the boat. Whereupon he 
.set hl.s back one way and his feet 
the other and— Just stretched. The 
boat spilt in two and went to tha ' 
bottom. So did the press gang, who 
apparently eeaia ^al-aatai. WU- 
11am oould, and he swam hooM oai 
finished his quart of beer. i 

PUBNTY OF PUBUOITT ' 
I suppose that of all the men who , 
sit in high places in Parliament he 
who holds ths oOlos of Mhiister of 
Agriculture Is normally least likely 
to be hi the spotlight of publicity. 
But the present holder of thatofnce 
Mr. Walter Elliott, is an exception," 
and Is getting all Uie publicity he 
wants, and then sooae. 

Mr. Elliot to to marry at fortyw i 
seven. And because hs Is the Ml»> f 
later of AgrlcttltHre his friends and 
admhers have choeen for him an 

unusual wedding present which 
they presumably think appropriate 

— a set of silver pigs. 

Mr. Eliot Is a man of many partr ■ 
He is a Ma.ster of Arts, a DoCtor OC 
Science, and a Baohelor 9t Msdl-* 
cine. 

But In spite of all his ablUtlc*. 
he ha-s a past An enemy ha., dug 
It up Just on the eve of Ids wed- 
ding. The awfid truth is that when 
he was an undergraduate he had a 
sense of vrr.se and he wrote a 
bacchanalian poem which he may 
not hav9 ahown to m h rt dg t o-be. 
Ban Is a ¥Sfss or M! 

"But I went out to see some mer 
With vagrant vine-leaves in my 
hair. 
And crawled 
den. 

The Evening News asy only ' 
"In fact, 1 went upon a tear 

With pleasure at the glided prow. 
Till heaven s avenging wrath stood 

bare. 

For I have seen a purple cow " 

Perhaps If. Mr Elflot's admirers 
had only seen that verse In time 
they might have passed over tha 
silver pigs In favor of a 



at daybreak to my 




Regiments of Zulus Welcome 
Prince George With Bar- 
baric Dances 



It^ARTTZBURG. Bouth AfllSa 
<CP).— Danoss barbaric In vlaor, 
form aad fury but hitended to aa- 
empttfjr the joy sad reepeet of the 
Zulu people for the Royal visitor 
were set before Prince George here 
during his visit in the course of hl.s 
tour of the Union. It was erjipha- 
slaed they were not "war dances." 

More than 300 chiefs were prso- 
ent, with groups of their Immediate 
lieutenants, tribesmen 
toil Twelve of these chiefs, 
authority 



over large 

Let us go now from the hlatoric j P[«^<«<lwlth walklaff slkks by 
past to the proealo present. We will Oy B>. ^"ho 

look at the objerts In the Black P"***" ^"h 

Museum of the Inspectors of A TIIRII.MNt; 

Weights and Measures on the I>on- 1 It was a thrilling monent When 
don County Council -that domestic the regiments of nMtVeS. In all their 
parliament which administers the elaborate and savage flaaiy 
municipal affairs of a eltv whose {leaped forward from their ir&mr 
population almofit ecfuals that of I lines In the long grass and took 

than ' 
two- 



j 



out and 



; I, engine (14 
' ' (H n the 
■ mi; nil .I'.r- 



a'lo!, >. pi... ided In 
f"i '111:!-, r.liK- ;»n.' sen- 

' rcw of four, of whom 
!! e forward eaMa, Which 
^ designed for uss as a — ~*«t^ 
>om. and twenty-nine In tha aft 
aioon, which Is tha rsoadast oom- 
parlBMUt yet bidlt la any laad- 
i>'aaa, mea fining approximately 
tweaty-two fast in length and 
el even feet la tosadth. 

Because of Its slxe the aeropinnr 
was erected la the open. Puseiage. 
wings, tall unit, engines and other 
main components were tra-n-.p. tied 
hv roed ''^ii^il^''''^ ^ the aero- 



JUtK." a f'alrn tvrrlvr WlMatac ta lb* 

tafl »•< nwarrM k> Oo <tri ik.i <»' 
• la* tkr«M ha* kMia ImAib* aU 



MANCUESTXR. biglaad (CP) — 

Liverpool and Msnshsster bakers 
'^ve incrsassd the price of the t« 
, >uad loaf of bnad tnm five cents^ 




en- 



During s Lull in the Sami-Final Round oi tfa« Sunshine Di 



tkm Held »t ( 



Sad Lion Squax^ 



onway IlaTI, I '41 



Canada and Is much 
that of Australia, 
pound weights hoDowsd 
filled with sort; eeak 
down wllh Wts or stone: -pMT 
mugs for mugs to drink from which 
hold only half a pint And here to 
a brass nd** v.-Ub. a leaden handle 
which can be placed In an instant 
beneath a weighing plate The 
irer F'nnds n- er a 'rap door The 
;,-..'r,r:i' lie (spot.^ an Ins^j^etor 
Hpain In an Instant-— drop 
le through the trap into a 
pile of straw In the room beneath 
and the trap etaaes histsntst. 

MAVMNr; iTfl NAVY 
The o A a* a deba;*- In the Com* 
'i e other night about the 
maiuiuig of the navy. The First 
i/>rd of the Admiralty was Ui a 
reminiscent mood— or he aaaa have 
been oo p va yin g vsllsd mieals 
Among other thhags, he mentioned 
t^e press gangs of Helson's day. 
when man. mainly in the »ra[>o t 
towns were taken from the strrrtu 
• "I 'l pressed" into patriotic 
i< At for KInsr nrd r^.imtry 
said that ■ , . . „ idnt 
•' ■■ navy had 
' d ^ssa gMI 

U.r ktAtute book. 

. llL?! ^' OOtCHHBT«R. England <CT> — 

^gW'yhswr days the preas Mss Bunke Bwale. matron of the 
, ^jyt b l—ia de th e catch- Ongar Cottage Hospitsl r*vrnilv 
mg aOMMSMS ttay were caught < won « «agrr for the lrisfitut»on by 
'^wJMO the taV rtf Winiam Carr ; walk.i.g thirty-five mlleji In tea 
, Jhelforl^ , ludlng de-verai stops foa 



session of the mown ground 
diately in front of the Prlnoe. 

With their shields flung up high 
and bnuidlshlns their fighting 
sticks and battle axe*, they rent the 
air with an ear-plercing yell This 
was the beginning of the dances. 

Beaded and decked In a bundled 
monkey talto, several of tha cMefe 
who came forward to pay their n- 
'l!^**. ^_J*rtnce Oeons aoatraated 
sharply with Others diaassd In the 
drab sulto of ths ■uropsan. Their 
haadastfs of soarlat and blaek fea- 
thers shook violsnUy as thev 
pranesd back to their foUowera 
aftar sahttiiw the Prince, who 
draased In naval uniform 

Under s ( anvas-eover'-d dais. 
Prlnee and the members of hto 
to^irar-e m)| m ceremonial uniforms, 
were greatly impraSNd 
kxAed over the mtm €t 
black humanity. 

A HOTAL aasanmi 

••Bayete' 'uknal." a song of royal 
rreetlng. sung by both men and 
wr>men was tyauflfully harmnnlr/>d 
a« chief after chief rame ' ^ :ird 
to lay at the feet of Prlni • ' . 
glfU charactarMla of the Zuhl 



iw . ii H, » « J, II I ] 1 1 |p» I i |f y ■ 



'I'lir n\n.v cDr/^xisr, Victoria', r. c. S un day , Aprtl 39, i w 



What's New and Interesting for the Women 



Magpie Effect Compels 
Coiffure to Be Simple 



Mr MOIXil IIMUlK K 

Copyrtchl laM h» Th^ Nnr'i Anirr'.r«ri 

HOLLYWOOD, C»l.- La L>ain« 
aux CaBMllM lUU nothing on 
MM OIaA* whan fhe't all raa<ly 
for a HoUjrwood iwrty. ICaa has 

< .iUA<-<i a MiuatkMi by her naWMt 

niaKpK- efT»H^t. 8he combln«« •hear 

euniij:'T \.-Ivct In tila.k wttli Kur- 

drnhc. Ki« '»' ili-M ;i>u.s IruKtairH 

ii'.iKiii.t^ iluit .lie fa:>tfiii .1 Id hc! 
wriAts t'V ^<.t!i:'' ivdrv 1)1 inl brace- 
let* 'I t.c ^a:l 1 fluAi is !,>; in a iBMt 

at Um Iroot ol txtr corsage. 

WKh this ecMtWM tba ItUk 
Clark* aays It la xnoii Importaat lo 

wear dimple hair, irlthOOt any 

ornuii;> i s * i i! soever and as near 
Vt AiiaiKii ivs your type pennlt«. 
Thm Hcufss vaaiB a abadav wave 

- no more. 

Mao, the slipiK'is should !> oi 
the ilmpilest cut and preferabiy of 
blaak veivet. When such a dra- 
matle aflaet li achieved as with 
this p ff ttrnir* j all aeoeMorles should 
be erf tba plainest. ParUcularly 
ahould tha wearef avoid any neck 
ornaments— the unadorned throat 
makse the nwet aUrtllng Mttlng ("^ 
ih* areany gardenlaa 

• • • 

No matter what the weather out- 
of-doors, you must be wlnd-»wept 
in \(>ur r\ciilnK Ki'*ns. Of COUrsc. 
U) be a su«t>s*ful wind-swept tvp** 
you must have lonK. rangy line.'. .1: ; 
alimneas. Then, and tty n nnlv, ' 
your garments easily adapt tin rn- 
eelvee to the wind-blown lines und 
gntceful moods. 

Of ooune, you mustn't look du- 
•rrantped and bk>wn about in any 
old way at all. Thla new atyle 
must make you look as If you were 
standing in a playful breeze that 
blows the frock in flgure-reveallng 
lines down the entire front and ex- 
tends the Holt drai)erle.s at the back 
of the frock In wlnKs, ' • •- i>r 
bu-stle eJIcects that 'blnvs away 
Xroni the figure. 

Angel wiDga, extendinc stralKht 
out from tba shoulders at the back. 
\ Biafca sooM of these effects. Travla 
Banton haa been most succeaiful in 
designing a dress of thla. type Jor 
Miriam Hopkins, who wears It 
superlatively well. It is of soft loe- 
to hie ufleta and the wind-blown 
effect In both bodice luid skirt gives 
It t)io ria.vic Oreek look that Is so 

b<".>:i.:n.: ttlli —■11 lltllt 11I"'~"'T 
siendrr tviMv 

Whli-<' .siiiidal.s, whose entire ef- 
fect Is achieved by means of a 
aertss of cleverly arranged cords, 
display tba told-encnistsd toonaiis 
of tha latest elasslo mode, mrlam 
Boirttlns looks like a taMMtaf tastal 
in this costume. 

« • • 

BlaA dre laoe fanned Jeannette 
IfacDonald's gown when she sang 
at a recent charity affair liere. Her 
«!'■' illetaRo WM square front and 
bii' k Tlio entire neckllm' was out- 
lined with pleated blnck net In 
lliifTy band-s. The transparent net 
continued down the back In an air- 
plane bu.stle that stood away from 
the figure of if swept by the wind. 
This airy drapery Is llatterlnff and 

famlQine In the extreme. 

• • • 

Mary Carlisle sprang the lariat 
necklace at k recent; party and 




Duchess Iff Y ork 
And Daughters to 
Be Dre§»ed Alike 



I 



T Li likely that iii the near 
i'lUure 'he T>uchf.vi i)f 
York and tier iwo .ittlc ■flrl^ 
will be drcswsed ivllke I'tye 
I)uche.<vs '■eceiilly -luwe a cai - 
diRun and Jumper m a prettv 
?Jiiidf jf coral pink with i 
faint blue line In it. made ol 
sllkjr. surfaoed wool, and or- 
danNl lapttoas to be oiada lor 
her daufbtsn. 
The Duchess has bought 

several of the new stik *V)haOk- 

plaui ' M ;ir\i s One has dark 

blue lirn.s on a i>owder blue 
and whlt<' ground, while dii- 
utlwr \s in brlKht loiSf •>\i-r i\ 
dull brown and whlt/C > ht'<-k 

'Hie 11 1 til- l'rln<e,s.s' 8ummer 
wardrobes arc now being 

p anned. Thoy will consist 
hieHy of "tub" frocks wtth 
crisp fan ttlrts, little bvt- 
tonad bodlees. aquavs nscks 

and puff 6le>>vi>., Diay will 
be made of pujuc voile, and 

blue L' tht' p.'tvlonilii.iriii/ 
color I'nn.c.vv fcllaulxih Is 
to have a dress patterned 
wlUi blue cornflowers on a 
white ground, and among the 
Wedgwood, sky and turquoise 
blue prints there Is an old 
favorite— butolMr blue ootton 
with a dsrign o( red nd vhlla 
Stan. 

A eharmlng ootton print 
choaen for Princess Margaret 
has a white ground dotted 
with black leaves and pink 
and blu" starry flowers. 



New Trendjn Hats 

i'dliy Blouse Topptd h\ Straw Chapeau With 

I M II \\ ,1 1 ( 1 Shiii f 



Mae Clark Provides a Style Sensation for Hollywood as She Appears 
in a black Velvet Costume With Tiny White Gardenias on Bands of 
White Beads Worn on Each Wrist and a Gardenia Corsafre 



everyone thou^t it was too ducky. 
This conslsU of strands of gay- 
coioped beads in Mexican tones. 

Two silver loops at the side of the 
throat confine certain of the beads 
!50 that the line is held snug at the 
throat 

Another of the mivsl oulslandini; 
etfecUs carrying tl'' Mcxuan ( ra;:e 
is the necklace of orange, gn-en, 
black, Wue and r>d ribbon nnely 
pleated to wear about the base of 
the neck and carrying a fringe of 
silver beads. TUs oould have come 
right from the heart of old Mexico, 
.so typical is it of the charm of that 
warm country. And it waa de- 
signed by OM ow Bollywood cre- 
ators. 



Material 
In Gowns 
Is SliJJer 



Style i^himsies 



Coat.-* are .showing tb? fitted line 
more and more tus the season ad- 
vances. And even sport.; coats show 
the eilect of the windblown vogue 
In important coiiar.s. 

• • * 

Navy or black Jacket suits and 
dresses in navy or black taffeta are 
smart. 

• • • 

Agnes, Paris milliner, has de- 
signed some Spring hats that are 
decidedly reminiscent of the Napo- 
leonic era. 

• • • 

Printed cotton vrh'H and tweed is 
lo be a favorite combin.^.tion for 
wear next Fall— If yon re interested 
in fashions so far ahead. They are 
unitad In suits. 

• • ■ 

The flare for pk?ats has hit the 
millinery mode Urims of new hatsi 
often are pleated, usually giving a 
ripplsd effect about the face. 

• • * 

Open mesh bathing suits, only 
partially lined, give the modish miss 
her quota (rf sunshlna on the 

beaches. 

• • * 



Orange 
Eggnog 
Tasty 



Pour eggs, three cups orange juice, 
one tablespoon lemon Juice, one cup 
ice water, one-fourth cup wine, four 
tablSspoons sugar. 

Beat eggs, add sugar, orange Jutoe, 
water and wine. Shake to blend 
wall. Makes five to six senings. 

Lpf Yoiinis^stprs 
Help H ah H ork 

Putting the children to work on 
household ta.slc5 makes them appre- 
ciate tiie labor involved in house- 
keeping, gives them useful oceupa- 
tlon and an objeetbra— the playtime 
that will follow. Paitisps they may 
help with the beds. Certainly at a 




Blouse Brightens 
Up Dark Suit on 
Sunny Mornings 



Color is coming out as Spring ad- 
vancea. says an artela in Tba Lon- 
don Ttnie,^ White collai-.v Jibotg 
bells, gloves and hat trimming! rs- 
liova tba Mbtlaty of btaek or dark 
blue clothes. Blous*. . , 
brighten coats apd skn :. ,, . ' a<> 
buttons, jewelry, ineta. , |,;n.s. 
feathers, fidwer.s and .scaivr.- i he 
low , !!• ki [ or lun^ coat N'ave.s 
the blou.sc or .m arf or waLstcoat free 
to sliow R brightness near the face. 

The high fur collar is not worn; 
the high windblown ruche collar Is 
for formal silk dresses, and not for 
morning clothes. Capes, however 
are Swathed In fox furs: flat fur 
trimmings are less frequent, a 
black woolen taltor-made costume 
may go with a black and white 
check overcoat. A little woolen 
dress may have a detachable shoul- 
der cape A figured dress can be 
worn und<'r a plain, loose-ntting 
' o .' .Short, loow -iliting jackets go 
^•■■h piain or figured dresses; the 
rrvers hang softly and are 
(axd by something light as soft 
white siik or cotton pique. Coats 
and face revers are deooraUvely 
lined Long-sleeved bodices, blouses 
and waistcoat-blouses are all drawn 
In at the waist, and many issten in 
front. Rata are related to clothes 
in tr imm i n g and color. 

Afternoon akirts are longer than < 
•iomln» skirts. Lanvin 
'I'li'.' I .-.g figured .silk rrepc dres.ses 
■ind piit.s with them loose, wide- 
sleeved boleras A half-length flg- 
Rurrd silk coat with wide soft revers 
gix-s with a plain dre.vs; it may fit 
M be IcKxse from a fitted shoulder 

>kr A .'.at In skirt and short loose 
coat ipay be worn with a lame 
blouse and a large straw hat in the 
late afternoon. A tailored coat and 
fairly long aklrt can be worn for the 
afternoon with a decorative blou.se 
with a Jsbot front, and with a big 



hat or a small toque. TaSataa. 
faille and siik alpaca are the mate- 
rials of aftaraoon talk>r-mades. 
Bl a nfthtn i has provided many sUks, 
Plxln and figured, for dre.<^^.5 and 
Jacket, dress and enpe. skirt and 



coat. 

EVENi.Nt. DKI.SS 

K\< iung dress Is decoratuc Flg- 
urcii rhiffons, also from "'ftnehlnf. 
uiav be worn with plain hip-length 
tail eta capes. Lanvin has a black 
Uffeto caps with three flounoea de- 
pending from a wide shoulder yoke 
which ties to a bow and ends in 
front. She puts it with a Mack 
crepe de Chine dress figured with 
orange and white edehvrLs.s An- 
other eveimiK cape of about the 
.same length i.s of black .silk faille 
wifh a hoiHl ba. k which falls from a 
full c;)l!ar of b'ai k .sequins; this is 
worn with a plain white crepe dress. 
Malnbocher has a figured crepa 
dress of green and yellow leaves on 
a black ground: it is princess in 
line and has a long train; the shoul- 
ders are draped by a dipping bertha, 
and all down the front, from the 
low pointed neck line, Is a river of 
green leave.s. Augusta Bernard has 
a heavy, crinkled mauve cre|ie eve- 
nliu' riir.s.s, of floor-length skirt, not 
v- vy uide about tlie hlpa a peplum 
rLse.s a little behind to two decora- 
fi\p t«'u.'|r,| ,-|ip.. the neck line if 
k >'. Hvv bangles are 
mRKe> .sijme, w.i; .. ..;„,iu' ihv wrist of one arm, 
and there arc plain elbow alsovas. 
The peplum is again sian in a pala 
rose saUn dress. 1110 bustle, with 
a long train falling from under it, 
appears in an" ivory satin dress Tho 
seamless shoulder lines and cape 
back which forms sleeve.s on an eve- 
ning bodice 1.S Mnlyneux* ldea;Mt is 
graceful and dL-sereet nark drap- 
eries fall from the wal.sf. rither to 
trains or to full floor length. All 
k!nd.s of .silks are In fashion, MM| 
figured chliTons are popular. 



¥ffaha Crepe Bloosa WHh Black Toyo Straw Hat 

(ro.irtf.sy Oood llo'.isrkrf ping ) 

If you've been feeling rather old 



and weary, inclined to meditate 1 1^^*^' 



hat |x:»,s.sibly also gloves and bag. 
Bloii.-Mv, are delightful. They em- 



One of them is 



pessimistically tiiat youth ha.s gone 
and the only thing left for you is 
the rocking chair and knitting 
needlrs or if you're young and 
ii'>u;cl l)e gay, but have an unlxappy 
feeling that you have few friend.s 
and the Right Man is a myth, take 
heart, for 'tis Spruig, 'Us Spring, 
and you will fed like a new woman 
in the garments that good (dd IMme 
Fashion has for you UUa year. 

Not for a number of seasons, it 
seems, have clothes had the air 

which permeates them thi.s year. 
They're young and gallant, with 
perkv niiTles that defy Old Man 
Gloom, and that fluttery exi>ectant 



LONDON 



Evening dre.s-s are I 



very early age they should be taught 

t ) keep their toys in order and their I look that the designers call wlnd- 
And now there's liquid rouge to playrooms, if they have them, neat blown, but whicil really is an ad 



.sketched, a white crepe, the high 
necked, frilly type. With short 

sleeves. 

TlJe hat worn with It is important, 
indicative of a new trend it is a 
Rose Descat model of black Toyo 
straw. It i.s set forward on the 
head, the brim dips frontward, and 
a signillcam ereaaa appears in the 
crown. 

A.S to accessories, the soft, crush- 
able envelope bag is one of the 
smartest of the season Beige or 
white doeskin slipowr p; v. ,re the 
choice to go with any suit, hat or 
blOuse. 



Accented io Scaflet 



high in front and low in the back , beaut ify milady. ll':i used lo.'^niooth and tidy. But do not give them | venturous JooWng fOrwajd tO better 

and praise them daya 

abor. liska it aj Have you chosen your Spring suit? 

Then it's a question of blouy and 




ft very popiiUr color 
this Spring. Wever were thrrr more 
red hat.s flaunting f.hrir hrlght color 
]|ke •¥'< niiu \' rcfi bird.* or more 
tha-r;:;-,.. 

/»[ ' ' 1.=. 1 ■ M favored, too, for 



BiS a general rule, but there are jiust a touch belwn n the Angers to 
many variations. Many necklines lent an effect of t; ■ tapsged lOOk 
axe lowered ' m front and often 'that women yearn for. 
squared Drapery crossed and I 
twisted under the chin in front 
po.-^.ses over the top of the arms to 
make little alseves and diSH^PCM-s 
entirely into ft low point at tha back 
Tucks, flat ftoroaa lha front, and 
Widening over tha abouklers are 
crossed to form bretellea A wide 
centre strap in the back holds a 
scarf -like drapery around the neck, 
which passes under the arms in 
front. 

There is a ."itrong tendency to use 
rather crisp materials for evening 
wear. Much net is seen, iu>t the 
fine tulle tjrpe. but one with a 
slightly coarser mesh that la a little 
stiff. The newest and prettieot lace 
evtnlng Itaeks ara made in fine 
chantUly laea woven with hors^lr 
to give it a crisp appearance. These 
materials are used for gowns with 
high front neckline and low back 
trimmed with ruchlngs over the 
' li r and wide circ ular flounces 
t'i : g fullne.^.s from knees to hem- 
l i ' Net and laoe Iwk be.st In 
!>lai k. brown, or navy, arid fluTe Ls 
I silk organdie which I.s e.jwriih ef- 
t' i Mve for the same tvpe of evening 
ir. 

Plain and crinkled chiffons are 
particularly soft and beoomlng, and 
lend themaalvas wan to tba sonray 
pleating which la so popUlftr. a 
plain white chiffon dress la finely 
Ml eked from shoulder to knees, 
u re It .spreads to the bSB and 
ii tn a short train In stmray pleats 
11ic.se pleats are rej^e.-ited In the 
ends of the flchu-llke scarf whlrh 
covers the .shoulders A dre.s.s of 
hlist(»r'"fr chifT 111 in piv.stel blue I.s 
■ ;it on ■ ■ I , prin<'<'.s.s lines in 

front 'I ' ;•. i.s « •' I'll :\ ii'llr 

caix> madr of .mt..i , ' , - 'j : , : , .-irr 

repeated at the back of tiie siLlrt 
to form a train. 

Another crisp xnatarlal much used 
for avantaig frocks is taffatas, whlcii 
u seen in floril. plaid, check, or 
stripe designs. Nearly all frodca in 
this material have back fullness In 
bustle or draped effects, and all 
have fraiir A theatre gown of 
plftid liiflctiui in three fihades of 
brown h,ts a .s<junre-cut neck and 
'dtir ';Khf t'luprd and puffed 

' I - iix.u 1 IT- ;.'ng trained 
■k:r njvs a fioiuiced buAtle. 

1 in the .^aaon organdie eve- 
ning gowns will be seen, in dark 
colors such aa black, navy and 
thrown, and a claar bright rad. There 
IS much Intrlsftfly of work hi these 
drssssa aa tbay are trimmed with 
gaogtngs. ntetalngs and puffs. Or- 
gandlea also «fO embroidered in lacy 
designs trt metal thread or in wool 
outline.! with matfti orillk a( ft M!" 

trastliu' rr.'.itr 

Hen 'inted crepe* un' 
floral iI.MKTi.s on dark gn m.d.s are 



too much to do 
v.-armly for then 

pleasure and not a pain. 



A new wide ribbon sash to tie 
.ibout the waist of your last year's 
drcis may do much to make it fresh 
and new looking. Or some flowers 
at the neckline wiU give it that up- 
to-date note. 



Blue Is 

Popular 

In Hats 



.Lace lor lirideoiiiaid 



Few Elaborate Details for Daytime Frocks 



•Tn 1 1 ic.it r St \ Im^ i'< int'iiifil ^ 



\cninj4 and I'ornial Costumes- 





LONDON.— The sailor hat ik Uu- 
hat of tha Sprtaig. aooM aiw Uke 

the hats worn by the .snnoT-. m 
NelKKi's time, but with .'.hHllowcr 
crowns; other.s ure bret*ms with 
small and largi brims. Tlie up- 
turned brim Ls Ki iii'iai and is seen 
In all kinds of materials aa well as 
straw and felt. 

Breton sailors, in S|Me of their 
shallow crowns, are easy to wear 
For those who Ilka ft sharp, clear 
line there are hats of stitched white 
canvas, pique or .straw, and for 
those who like a .softened brim 
there are straw breton- luch- 
Ings of rlblx>n and picoi •ti'a.s with 
roilrd-up brims of cut ' ;. feath- 
er dyed In pastel tones. I he use of 
ostrich feather as a material and 
not a plume is new and in paste! 
torquolss shade it aocantuatas » 
clear ooniplaxlon. Mora oaswd are 
wide-brtmnad sailor hats of navy 
shantung canvas and white pique; 
there Is much blue In millinery be- 
cause I ' ' . t ' ,ck8. 

ril I LKfc HAiS 

Other styles of hat also find 
favor. A anftll-brinuBad hat of 
ParfboBtal straw with a downward 

dip is usually trimmed with flowers 
or feather pads. Wlde-brlmmed 

picture hats may appear later on 
trimmed with flower.s or ribbon; the 
brims may dip ctr rurve. A hat 
with a .s()unrf" tirlin like a morlor- 
tKiard tiini'vl lown ha.'. I>i'<t: 

and th' 1 four-cornered 

se hat v . A 1th a Jutting 
! ) rim in front growing nar- 

'■> tha back la a novelty, 
cooue hats, phate hftU ftnd bon- 
net-shaped hata hftva also appeared 
The spcn^ iMTsk aiU » l >a a in a wider 
shape with a forward movement 
nnd Is u.sually made of the same 
material a.s the suit and trimmed 
with stlffhlng 

rafTr-ta warve.s are In accordance 
with 111'" fashion for taffeta. Some 
iirf In gnv rolor' ■• ■<]\ the edge 
iii[>rd In rontr,!";; '>ther8 are 

black PMJ«1 colors on white satin for tha Mda la fbm 

T/ C?^ traditional fabric, and SsT fS S 

side blMk or mVTMd tta other in maid of honor. ix.Mlbly SS ftT 
a pastel tOM BMkH ftBOttiar scarf, a.^ the one ^ketched 

l^^J^V^nSSr^J^iA^^' -'''"'thing else hM 

scarvea with »>«fr»^raveUed bor- been planned for the maid of honor 
ders to give a frlOfSd •ff'-rt : they ^ ^ J^JJ 

are in pa.sfH stripe, and '■h'^'-V^ , decked-this gOWn WOUld dof«?thS 

brides mother, or for the brMs to 



with a tin.sel thread woven through 
them Kmbroidered angora makes 
the srarf to go with a topcoat. 

Bows are also made up with collars 
of BMd tftffslft for 
coals. a. 



LaftMbM 



Ghpt ftrftcki 



I Sand Sheer Crepe; Third, Pemifln Sftij^r 
; Right, Corded Sheer Silk Crepe Dress an 



k.s and suits— amart ""'d for .slim flttlng evening B.twns 



dast -a of Um brilliant hue 



in 



tabrtgMsaand 



cut 



Just tha rigM 

cheer. 

This fkoek Is Maek and white pin 
ehask tfk aai ersatad for Con- 
atftiiM O u ft i l ng g, aBTBon actress, it 
li entirely bftcklsss and has delight- 
ful white fhited rofflsa over the 
Rhotiklers. For aooent It has scarlet 
flowers at the potnt of the deep V 
front 

A m'>m;m box jacket and 

in tiw coatum^ , ^ | 



I"' ■ • ' . .1 (his 
bi>!>!., prnileil nr^w has the decol- 
letage outlined with appUqued flow- 
ers cut from the de^lgn and thr 
train Uned with ahiffon to OMtch 
thaflovara Another hi Maek crepe 
with hufe pink ftowm hM a deep 
~~ of MftSk gwl f s d WHh the 




T' 



for the 

Wb bear MHb ahoot Btfto delftUa. — thOM lint warm 
of tbsas most s h ibo i' s t a fuf « wuttr, or for now, worn 
fles galore, pleated treatments, bus- Winter coat that a tardy 

tie effecta. back fullness and infrt- in man. partji of 
cate sleeve arrangements. isuaOy 

These truly are all tncorpom-' ; M >; h iu i .a,.; si 
intfi the mode but mii\f 'or a MieM mi/)»!)i«» foj : 

i.;i,g or tJir tTioT e|;itMirn!e fj^ij] inM!!). tcn f»T lir'.iliff- purr;!.. :<.«,iio'»n 
f'l ti( 1 1(11 .1.' 'he df :t -,.111 iff* !• '•, -;,i-r::'. ■jiiTr tiMi*> ',i 

prefer vi'nir i • , .tiif nj i'. i it: - ' .i 1 '4 -'f « r.!i'->,' 'iie^r crepe. 




have 



k of 

id Jacket 

who ara dfflteuit t 



I ' int renlly 

trimmed wiin ruffisi 




I D . k,:: , h lU dark line, gxwoeful thrae-quartar-length 

uiunis, niui tu pretty, three-^uar- 1 dstvaa. rttt on tap aad oontraating 

'ihrinsd In navy 
with multi-col - 



ter-length sleevea and wide oon-tbilt. It 

le iidred iMiajiN trastiag gtotfle. arc all new styk I or emerald 

(i exceedingly wear- . delailft 

this M« aC jIMai . U ipi l^ppw tftjig .M fC 



o fit.tgmartly taltored woolen dress worn 
been yr.ir; 'r g f,H- a by the seated figure y.(,u;d be moat 

new frock. V(, n wlU like «uitable. It h.xs raglan shoulders. 

bound buttonholes .ind pockets. 

blue, duAty pink or leaf 
green are the colon In which it is 
made Tha sUk lurchlsf sM^r be 
worn as iUusttfttad or 

If youYs ft 
the salt at right hi your travel 
wardrobe. It oonsisU of a naw 
blue cordad shasr crepe frock and 
jAckot. The dreas haa a red Pauley 
prirf slllc 'on -> • .'hor* 
PUf' ■ h- wo 



PMnted sand .sheer crepe tOiown 

second, the front .showing the border] Chanel 
' ' ■•' " [-rit,' Plower.s at the neck-' 
o'< I .■ arurther Spring note. 
If ^ >u like the latest style of the 
nir'r'a>oii.s choose the Persian 
.'.!.[ ![>'-t! i 'Milted dress of rough crepe, 
third It luks a rounded cowl neck- 



dance hi ftftar the honeymoon. Lace 
is just soeh an adapUble and de- 
pendable material. 

At any rate, this lovely gown has 
a ullp of sllk-lfke < rrjx , rhine.'ilone 

... ^ <^"P'. U-shap-d back and covered 

Two leathers are wed for walk- ..ho.iider.' i- cmmm: 
ng shoes, as when suede Is rtimiflrd peach or black. 

with kid or white b;irV I' *• ; i . d I . — 

with kid Court Khoes l»ave thonged 

'ollnrs Rfid other 
f orated frimmingd. 

BlfMlWS :irr now 

I '"' ' sp'.tted muBlln, check and i 
"tfTr-ta surah and tie sOk. 
Nearly all have high nadH and 
neat waists, aad are worn over I 
skht A faw task hi. Mrt ft bhR 
that ooassa ovsr tha skht and k 
flnishad Willi ft fnaf Mt lot 
better. 



Carving Knife 
MuMt Be Sharp 



made of floral Dale and 

Nut Burs 
A.ie Good 



■ven the tender 



carved su cce s sfu lly with adult tarife. 
ftDd im sharpenhw the knife at 
ho«a CP a stone wfll not last for- 
9nej month or no the carv- 
ing knife should be ground to s 
fhie edge for good work;. 



^ ^'ir *^d of aatla learai la very 
the^n*ruw«i piAc«s 0*1 youT Uftvcisj fetching won «Mk ft 



nuit and not bara art 

for the kiddles, they are aa i 

tng. and while beinff dtUdoao to «• 

they are not too rich for them. 
Oteee cherriss, dates, almonds, wal- 
nuts, flgs. raisins. peanuU and gin- 
ger. the.se mak^ a g.x-Ml mixture. If 
minced flri'-ly. 'hen pressed into 
shape, after having be«n spMi gS 
sheets of rice paper first. 

Hat and tmxt asia baas been pop* 
oiarthlBlai«'«fetta. Mow tha eoSip 
and hat set la 
for 



1