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MBliW SUMDAY, A PML 6, 1930 



LOVnOV. April v .. Vh,- 
don Naral Cunlereaoe Is 

whlrh will carry nreiidi 
Into the tw«lXUi week. 



ilALY HOPES 




OOl 
Adrertlslnc 
BiutncM OfliM 



Mttor Mkd BOttoHaJ Ilr 



Ml. U 

u 

la 

m 

00 and II 

aiii 




Wants Ditannament but 
Believes It to Be Ques- 
tion for League of 
Nations 



4 



1 



Forelirn MlntsttT. ar- uud »h>)«n 
rrnti*s efforts to |»ri)diii c a fivr- 
[><>wt'r disarniaincnt a/jrrvnuMit. 
todiiy Irft for Pai ls to i onfrr with 
his rhicf, rrfiniiT Tarill' u 
fniiif Miiilsif! Ma(Uouald ol 
Cirpat IJiitulii baric M Urland good- 
bye^ thea nuhed oil to AoMrtcan 
hoadquaxttn for lunch wHh 8«cr«- 
taiy SttOBqa and AmtMuuador Mor- 
row to aoqmtat tham with the 
l«teit development* In thp >iinit fnr 
■ MCurlty formula which will .va'islv 
VMOCh claiiii.'i^ 

TO JUBTU&N TUE^iDAY 

U. Britad wiU bo tack in time 
to cootliUM mmttaMoM on Tues- 
day. 

His prfvsrnt rr.xsx Imum ! iiiLs.tiou 
1.1 toiLsidered hv Hu; ciidIc! mrp (jd- 
.■-ervera to b'» Uw \AF.t (ov ttic puijxj.'ie 
of the prr.K-ti! ncKotl.i' lou.s 

The cau.se for tr.p cIil'-ivc pliiasps 
which would saLlsly Freach lears 
i>n national security wttbool 18- 
crsMiiMF ortat Britain'* ilak flf «v 
la OBB&MBtal Sorope haa not been 
•aOtd off, but the leading hunt.s- 

meiL MacDonakl and Brlnnd air 
b(«<'oniln|[ ttiiulPd. 'Hir Ainfiirans 
»l!fatlv have ^;iven tiici.'- part of 
thf (jurst a;ul .ire (m.'k rnM ,i' ;ri>< mi 
propiiration.-i fur .'.ailing i;n Uie 
Leviathan oti Apiil .jj 

'Ilio full hnjh.'t ,,r agreement 
I P a<- h 0(1 b V K X I ' r I r K 1 r Wakatsukl 

ol Japan, Mr. MaOXmaUl and Ool- 
ooal aHiMMBi on the baits of tha 

Reed-Matsadalra negotiations hert 
to not likely to be realized until the 
foK nf Kuropean pall'iral problem^ 
ha« bren cloanrd awny from the 

<OIlffT<'lliT 

In all rlft-s.'io.s ..f u;iiMu;>s the three 
great sea ixivM-rs thi- world have 
Cn«t i n» eS w Fac«X rilaw 1 



LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR 
8b. Mttagama. Mirih U) 
nOfld iOMBJ Major K H __ . _ „ 

coioncl ol the Canadian Scotttab B^i ^n wn!. iffilialaj' ft* tbo jicpal 



f British Columbia, phot OKraphcd on his arrival at Southampton, in the 
l.cit to rnjht: Hon K. Randolph Bruce; Gen. Sir Edward Altham, colonel 
Stacpooie. Royal Scots; Capt. B. Leslie, Koyal Scota. Hia fTlMMj- k htUmtlt 



WILL NOT GIVE WAY 
ON PRESENT STAND 

Can Krcp Buildiiii/ Ships m 
HojK* Lcaj^uf Will in 

i'ulure lot I (• .Ship 

Keductioiis 



^ Im P«rif Omt 
" FmrUy Affwin 

r 3 ARIS. AprU 5 -Foreign 
1 Minister Arlstlde Brland 
arrived iMre this evenlnf to 
9Md tha WM^-ond la oon- 
f«Nn«a vtth Pnadv Andre 
Tardka xmte proMems of the 
I/^ndon Naval Conference, 
parllrularly a.s rcRards serur - 
Ity Tlie F'orflgn iittUc an- 
nuuncKfd tlia! he would return 
to I>>nd<>n at tbs 
of t^ie week 



9 




or PtEN 10 



GAiHI REVOLT IS 
COMING TO CRISIS 



T he Mahal ma Ar rives at Dantli to Commence 
His Breach of British Laws I^olicc Arrive on 
Spot but Government Policy Remains Sc^iJUfn- 
known — l oday Is Fateful D^iy. 



Kn^land Watching Events 
Vtumare oj Action laken 



Armenian Doclor Deported 
As Unable to Prove 
JSational Origin Legally 

\ NO one of your Victoria lawyens wantrd ^400 to apprnl my 
/~\ case," prdtested Dr. Hagup Couyouiijian, as he lelL on the 
^ liner Shidzuoka Maru for Japan at 4:98 o'clock jreatcrday 
afternoon, deported by ordor of f'nnadlnn Immigration offirial.s 
Dr. Coayounjlan arrived here from Belgium on March 27, where 
he tiad boeii a physician and aurgcon tfne* ItlS/arlMn he gradv- 
ated Xiom ttta UnlTcttttjr^of Uagr 

" " hr> \(. a% in t !ie 



YOVNG MAN DROWNS 
AS BOAT CAPSms 



DEATH TAKES 



Ven. Gilbert F: Davi- 
son, of Regina, Suc- 
cumbs at St. Jbset)h*s 
Hospital 



WAS KNOWN AS 

FLUENT SPEAKER 



i 



April i^-^Bua 
Xxmghbrldfe, twenty - three, met 
death this momlnf? when a rowboat 

I :ir! •. hii,..-> ;r two com- 

piuiif,?-,.. (Mp'.:/r.i v\h;;r- i ; (),<;.<iinf{ the 
.S')(n)'; Kiw:, t\*o niilo^i .M>uth of 
I'>;c\iiii IxjughbndKP and his com- 
p.Tni.in were eniployeea of the 
Dominion Bsctrto Power Caa^any 
nan kafldiBg a poaar line 
tha river. 




From thm 



Colonist 
lower 



Sun day, Apr il 6 

THB WlAT MBt 

Victoria and Vklntty— Light to 
moderata wtndi: generally and 

nilU!' r 

Sun Kiaes: 5:42 o'clock. 

•:M o'eMu 



J Sun Kiaes: 5:42 o'cim 
•aa Sata; o'cted 



UfaaC 
U faaU 



f LoeaiMii 



. Frorlaetal — 

Attempt to ba made this morning 
to teiepbooa Mm VMoria to 

Chllr 

Ai <'hii")\coTi D g iid aa u of KiglBa. 

diP.s liPir 
Watlvr ' >ir- Muik.' (!' '''<"-' aRailut 
hohhi-.k' Hiiv, I'.ii ;iani> 111 

Daanlnion. Imprrlal and Komgn 

Ifabatina < iiiaaiii conuiirii. ..^ h,<i 
campaign oC alril duubcdience 
by i:he maaalMtwa. «( aaH al 
Jalapur. 

naval ooafarRice to ih.'-Iv tn be 
ao nt ap t with three-uowei pact, 
aa no ftenala for nwacb aa> 
eurlty to fooai. 

Bodv of Queen flf 8««daa «m be 
taken from Roaia to bar boma 
by Swadtoh yasael and wlB ba 
bartad ea Wadnaadar. 

Vfemaee (rive.i aiiprofni |e ToaM 

nv> hv a laiga najarttg tar volt 

aC aaaat<< 

Ous ,S.)ni,riitirin ri-^AU\-% hravy- 

WPlKht •.».•■.• ,1 it; II, r bv de- 

feaLliiK it'.h Kruse Iito 
BtralKiit fah 
Bhgland v.-\u\ u -frnatlonal soccer 
chan!piiin'>)iip t,\ d r>f eating 8l0l> 

lai d l>*»fi>rf> m 000 fan.i 
Varsltv ruiiK'T!! <ttp!',!f 

Cnhwnbta i liar ipl' -i' >■ p 
Vanrr^iivpr man nanic;! I rwd 

British Cohimh*?* Hii-')i r,,i 

^ataaaaai nx^r-tn k 

OratrMltrta. Jokem and 1 hi.it les i 
win f "~ - ' 



A very well-known Canadian 
afaurchmaa. Vaacrabla Oittert Fur- 

qMlmr Dnvidton, Arrhd'-a'-on ' f - 
gina, passed away at SI. Joseph 
Bovttal at > aiMack faatavtay aflar- 

noon. following a law dav ' .<,pri'>ii- 
lUnaaa. Mrs. DaridMn, who arnved 
in tha dty tha prev teua day tn re- 
sponse to a sumn;'>i,.. h'-t h r.- 
band'a bedside, was with him at the 
end. No arrmnfements have yet been 
inadp for Dip fimeral but »hp body 
Ls IvhiK 'hr l\ C F^uicrHl parlors. 
An l;ilr;v ' .! ; i>>'. '.iK'.n flfty- 

iiltip years of age and had brrn rec- 
tor of St. Paul's, Regina, for the 
past seven or eight yaark He re- 
celrad hto thaolagteal tnlatng at 
Ttmtf OoVm% l^Wl^ «C which 
he waa late Vettit aehoiar. taking 

'.1; ni\-hrlor of Art.'^, flr^t class, in 
IhcoloKv }H\t> !<iul lil5 MTitcr of 
Arts thf fi ' I':.- \\f v.nf. (It - 

dalned deacon and priest lu IWS In 
Toronto. 

Hto flsat church was St. George's. 
Ooaiph, where ha aenrad as vicar 
froai IMl to 1N0, and as rector for 
the subsequent two or three years. 

From 1811 ■ , r ).,. ^.i... Arch- 
deacon of UciiiiiK'on and ilalton. 
and »a.n appointed rector CC St. 
Paul's ncK'.na ill 1918. 

I'l ' 'i ' '-ar before he wa 
created Archdeacon of IHglin. he 
actad aa aiandning chaplahi tb the 
>tohop ct Qu'Appelle. 

Arehdeaeon iSavldson wat a flu 
rti!. 'l;o;iK)i'f i! and wlttv .-spf-iker 

cenitoiBcd m Paga g,^ OolgHi S 

- ■ - 

llippo Takes 
His Look at 
JSigiu Life 



I 1 )' ; i inr til" V, a r lie \k a 
Hclt-nn .McdKiil Corj.v, .'-..d • aw 
soiMri ; ht i>;i;^hiiM. the camiXUgn. 
Aiiiu'iiian bv biith thr dixtor w a.s 
ref'i. cd f-ntrv lo t^anada because he 
did not make a continuous joiutiey 
from Armenia to Victoria and also 
failed to aecnre aa Armanlaa pass- 
port 

"IT T had an t ! . !,►; more to say 
T Would call If luu .pai/i T of- 

fin- ■ hf> shouic'i (roin ihp rt^rk a.s 
tho vliip irfi, ,i; ruhliiii; th.it he 
lntpnd>-d to return Liter m the year 
with proper crecftentlals. 

Owing to tha fact that Annenia 
to now a rtwtatotw ad by aSoriat 8o> 
daltot regime siaeoeeiUng tha Re- 
public of Annanla sat up by recog- 
nltloti of tha Treaty of Versailles, 
and Its boundaries includ<' |x>rtlons 
Ot tha terrltorle.s of Ru.s.sia. Turkey 
and Persia a.s con.xtitutPd uiim Dr. 
rouvounllun r''si.lrd in th.- .ifv. 
the pcblct,,;, ii,., luit.UMiaht , .i:r 
pa; tii'iiliirl'. ii , •, u] \-fd 

it tran.sp;rc(l In conversation with 
"nie Ck>loni5t representative that the 
doctor failed to present tha aeeea- 
■ary visa from tha Baigian aitthort- 
tlea to prava rasidsQce in Belgium, 
and tharsftva hto posltioa to literally 
that «( a 'laan wtthottk a aoittln^ 




Assent to Young Plan Is 
Given in Senate by Large 
Majority of 2d4 to 
8 Votes 



nSMISR TARDIEU 
MAKES GREAT PLEA 



(asMalatsd rraaa) 



l^ing Boris 
May Get Cut 
Made in Pay 




\ ih s \ ^ A;. ;i ,,. Aoii! .•).— King 
Hoi i.s of Bulgaria will probably have 
his pay docked sona dajr for he 
cannot maka tha ttaaa adMduto on 
the raUroMl. 

King Boris likes to pilot locomo- 
tives and often arrnnRe.s to sit hi a 
fib ii r 111 <!; ■ (II,, r.'i-. 'T.'lv ,•• 
went 'n , •. 'I,,., up'Mintendent ui 
Ronn HI, i .. i . fi i>ermission to take 

out the. liver to Vama, saapoTt on 
the Black Sea. 

While under way BBglnaar Boris 
had same troQble and oeuld not 
gather spesd Whm he arrived at 
Plevno, the dispatcher, who d'd not 

re(Ot;iil/e the kUls;. ga " !,,!; .t 

d re . ink- down and wanted to know 
whv he could Bot feMp tta tralB on 

.schethi le. 

rv.rLs took the reproof BMddr. ex- 
plained himself with some usual 

engineers' excuws. drove out of 

TMevno luul nndf up f,ir lost time 
before r-^achlng V.irna 



PARIS, April S^lfw Touag plan. 

drawn n* Paris last Spring by the 
financial experts cX powers involved 
hi tha Ocaal War aad agprorad by 
two conferHMMa at Hm Batrue. to- 
' day became a law as far as Fi ance 
concerned. 

With only eight dissenting votes, 
the French Senate this evening 
adopted a resolution ratifying the 
plan, which was apfirovad a week 
ago in the Chamber of Oqartles by 
MO to 66. Tha vote today was 284 
to a. There were eighty abstension.s 
Tha liSfiisIatlve A-wmbl les of 
Oeraian ar,; F'uiu - hdw «p])rovpd 

theYouiifc; p...;, (>^t!<-ri^ ni tacked bv 
National 1. St ic elements m both coun- 
tries. Great Britain, Italy, Japan 

and — '-' — " — 

suit. 

TO UESTB BmHAHD 
With approval of tha plan the 
last fear that Pvsnch troops would 
not evacuate the Rhhtalaad bf Jwa 

30 disappeared. 

RpIilyhiK to objections that the 
plan failed to rIvp FYance t!-,e li^'i-.t 
to exercl.se effective mea oK i 
Oermanv default In hei re|.iaratious 
pavnien'.s. Premier Andrr' Tardiau 

told the Senate that miUtorjr sanc- 
tions wara no IcDgar popular ar af- 
fective. 

He declared that raeouras to the 

Permanent Oourt Of International 
Justice and to the League of Na- 
tions offered all the French can 
hope for in the way of bringing 
presnure to h<*ar on OenxUH^ taaaa> 
cute tier PiiRaifements 

Con< ludjii,; Ills ap[»eal he cried: 
"Tt u the plan of the future; vote 
It Fr.mce has had eaough to do 

with the i>ast." . 



By WILl.I.^M H arotfOiAS 
<0»» ri l B ht. 1930. by Tlie Chleaso DalU 
Miw( Porelcn Berrlec.) 

ROMS. Italy, April 6.— Foreign 
Mbdafear ZMae araadTs refusal 

to if>lp wUh 'hp Br"!sh the 
French at the Ixuidoa Navai Con- 
farMBoa la a dtonaishJii ot article 

sixtPf-n "f (he C'o\ena!it of the 
IjeaRUe of Nafion.s is explained In 
Itjily tiv the Fa-'cists dt'.sire not to 
confiLse the purixkse o( the OOOfer- 
encp. wht' h Fa!v ha.-, from the first 

thought to be Uiat of dtoaiaiament. 
and a further wMi not to injure 
the feaan ga at laagua aMmbers not 
repraaented at London, who n),'ht- 

fully should have a part in an, <|l, 
cusslons rpRardlng C^ovenant uitx-r- 
prptAtlon.s 

Italv feel.i 'iiat h', cntenut; a db,- 
cussion of tiii.s nature ,sJie would 
be Jouiin? m a plot by the big 
powers tit ioini A .secular branch" 
I of the league of Nations without 
the consent of tha Maanir >«oun- 
tries. At tha aana thaa Italy win 
not aatar dlacosaiona xegaidlng the 
Loeamo agreements beeaose she 
faeto that Germany must have a 
part ill any .such dl.scu.s.'-lons. 
EFFORTS TO SIDESTEP 
The prp.v^nt disca'^sions between 
France and (ireat Britain. U, is felt i 
here, are tiottuni,' bw efforts to 1 
.sldest/p ( Ktnpletely the original ' 
purpose of the conference and edi- 
torial comment indicates that 
Fasctot Italy to eager to hava the 
aeatlng hrsak up as soon as pos- 
nUa: Italy's poalUon nay be 
summed up In the followtay terms: 
She remains firm In the belief 
th.it, the innfercnce .should reduce 
na\al armametit.s Tlie FascLst. 
( fovcrnmi'iit will i:.)t \!eld t.. anv 
pressure which n-av I'' brought lo 
bear upon Pf-n.; . Mussolini In 
Rome over the head of Slgnor 
Grandl to gHa Up the right to parity 
with Franca. And Italy to prepared 
to go on bufkUag ships after the 
breakdown ot negotiations with the 
hope that the L eague of Nations 
mav, .1- a fatwa tliiak Xoiaa a rc- 

dui M' lli 




FLASH: JALAFUK, India, April tf.— Mabatnui 
ataataM oaK Snm 8«t watgr kara lilig 

breaking' (he arfllil'IgfV gglaHMUSir A 

manufacture. 



Will AHEMPT 
TO (iET CHILE 
ONTEEFUUNE 



Mr. L L Tbompson, Now 
in City, This Morning 
Seeks to Reach Rela- 
tive at Santiago 



Swedish Wa 1 5 li 1 p Will 
Girry Late Queen Vic- 
toria From Italy to 
Her Own Home 
« 

FUNERAL IS RXED 

10 BE WEDNESDAY 

(Auocltted PreM) 

ROME, April 5.— A Swedish war- 
ship will bear the bo<i\ of Queen 
Victoria of Sweden, wlio died last 
night In Rome, back to the kingdom 
she .served for many years. . 

Funeral services for the queen 
will be held at 11 o'ckwk Wednesday 
inoiiiiiig, and on tha aaoM day a 
special train will carry tha royal 
funeral party to asma Oeman port, 
whence a Swedish naval vessel will 
then complete the journey to Stock- 
holm. In the funeral partv wl'l ! e. 
among others, Kiru? (iu.stave, Prince 
William and the lYlncesS Tl*grfd. 
KOM£ IN MOUBNING 

Roaaa waa ta aanandng today for 

Queen Victoria, who had spent 
many years In the Italian capital 

becau.sP of lllne-s PrPinlfr M'c. 
soltni ordered fla^.s at all publ., 
bulldlnRs throughout the kliiKdnm to 
l)p carried ui, half-ma.^' Men. tiers 
of royalty, public officials, diplomats < 
and others flOfkod today to the [ 

viiia .s\e/,ia, v,herp the gaan diad. 

to sign the register. 

Me si ag ea of sympathy have come 
from presidenta, rulers aad tadlfld- 
uato all over the world; 

BOUDAO SVSPBIDa 

8TOOKHOT.M, Sweden, Aplil Wr- 
Oebate was suspended in tha lltta- 

dac today while senaiois and SW- 
tles attended a service for tha lata 
Queen Victoria iB tiN |gMlj[iaf Of the 

royal pala( e. 

DanclnR in public jii.ices wa.s for- 
bidden and tha royal thaatres win 



J 



Al K, India, April 5.— Tomorrow is the long awaltod 
d.ty for tha leaders of tha oMI ilairtiillwitnj eaafalm 

HI Indi.i \( t; (i chw k in the rnoruini; "vi.ili ifina Gandhi 
and a gioup o( his faithful planned to wade into the watcra of 
the Gulf of Cambay. at^Daaai, aaar kaaa. and bagtR the maaa- 

faclure of salt In opposition to the (;o\.rnni, i t m> o >p«|y. 
I- our hundred police arrived hefe today and 100 went to DaadI* 

where tommnm m mmkm Mahataa i OaaiM aa« hto faOawtra 
ta aMUMfaalaaa aaM from sea water. 

The mahatma 
tonight 



ROyitL SCOTS 



declared tonight 




Hon. R. Randolph Bruce 
Win Be Guest of HU- 
toric Regiment Neyt 
Week 



WELCOMED AT 

SOUTHAMPTON 



The Royal Scots have invited 
Ron R. Randidph Bruca, liaatan- 

an* r},/.ernor of British Oohaahla, 
to dine on AprU 15. The Blataaath 
flabtttoh Regluant, 

affiliated thf l!o\::i; 

Seotc was iionored by oXIlcers of 
that reg ln io nt in their weleooM to 

the 1 ■(■'itenaiit -( lovernor on arrival 
at .Soot.hainptoii. His Honor was 



ARRANGEMENTS MADE 
TO SET NEW RECORD 



Photographs PUmot 



By AR'i HI r» nr.i t, 

fOKA ■, iu n. , .Mouth Africa, 
April 5 Having wandered a thou- 
sand miles from hto hoaM, 
a hippopotamus, who has coeN to 
ba known aa EMert. last night da- 
cfclad taaaaple the gay nlRht life 
of the Port of St .;(»hn s. sea-side re- 

fcOrt >f ( :i,,r ( olnnv 

A town counciUor, on the way to 
a m asti ng , saw what ha 
be aa ea aayuh^r along tha 
way. Re was astonished when a 

flasliliKh* rpvenl,.fj Hubert, who was 
seeing the .MRhts of the town. 

Hubert thouKht that ha 
to go along to t haMaig ag, 
ao Mtoaaa tiM caanrfBar and cre- 
ated oonstematlnn by wanderhiR 
into th* t'>wn hall Ij»ter Hrityrt 
li'i'I ;,>ok at the Uiopt mifj t.hrn ' 

»eav oU b9 Lba UiBi|mi^ aiMb 



MEXICO CITY Apt .: 

tlonal ttpiverslf •• ( Hi <>: 
o' I'll !' '-ti ; ' I V il had 
photographed tji,^ new 



i-haNa- 

: V a n - 

J'-rrs' tiolv 

trans-Nef>- 



tune planet, diseoverpd by the lookl 
observatory at FlaRstafT aht 



Seek Injunciion 
To Stop Mergvr 
Of Steel I inns 



CLKVKiAND. April n Rui:, for 
Infunctlon to restrain .ifTleei and 
dirertot i ,,f t.'ie YoUngRtoun ,' licet 
ck Tube ( ..nipany from mrrRlng Uie 
com 1 in." Hfh ttic iipthlehem 9te«l 
r'or;.<.i ,,tion wa.s filed In IPmSboU 
* ' : t here today by Attetaay R. J. 
Crawford, a miaihai of the law firm 
that i na aawi l s tha Cyrus Baton 
proxy mmmlttae. 



Blaae Breaks Out Near Gushing Well 
Bta IMmisier l9 Avetied 

» 

OKI^OMA onr, April ft-— The HMoaos nf fire 
lata today la tfaa patt af tfta wild Mary Sodlk No 
apny wtm prahie graaa eaaght fire two mtie^ 
tha wriL atata fire patmte ortSered the erew thftt f -r 
haa been working in at'eriipts to i hoke the «p1| 
theb- work whil*« ftre watrori.-? that for davs have tveri stationed 
throuKhoui tlie lUtlali.inia fletd hurried to the scene 
which rortunat«iy was wiilpped leaward IrOMk tha 
atiff Horth wtai. 

ThO (hawaa gulcklr e^tlrKrulshed hv a f<-frep of rh"v fn p rr,en, 
rieroltad from the danger 7onp. imder lurveillance of the state 

fire inar%h«i; 

0 

The blase broke out al 



appeared 

1 KU^her 

vo,ith of 
'f t..,i <ia\.. 

aaav 'ifiin 



'f the 



hr a 




Mr. L. L. Thompson. «-attomey- 

' I ' ' r the StAta of Wa.shlriKton, 

iacoma lawyer and piaMant of the 
Flaree Ooonty Bar Aaaodatkm. be- 

twee.-i R ,' i!,> ;( ,.r|ock this mominR 
will attempt to telephone to his 
brother-lB-law, Major John T. 
Quinn, aa aag a i of the Chilean 
Telep hona O aaipaay at Baatiago. 

Anrangaawnts hiwa been com- 
pleted batWaail tha B,C. Telephone 
Company and the Pacific Telephone 
and Telegraph Company of Seattle, 
and, if the attempt proves auccess- 
fnl. It will estabUah a record for 

Cit V 

Mr r,-,;iip',. ■ .-- 

terda 1 to uttend the ni,nual Four- 

Hodex Vpips dinner, accompanied 
bv tiip following representathraa of 
the AmerieaaLagloata tha atata Of 

Washington: 

Mr. Ohartas W. RIaton. WaAlng- 
ton State treasurer; Mr. Frank T. 
CaJlender, president af the Civil 
Service Commlastoo at Tacoma, and 
Mr nngh Rwartr. treaKurer of the 
Fi<iun<! Finrmif (■■":;p;f ., rt;,,l jirr - 
sident of the l»in', 1 1 m mr 

(••-impH'r. ..t .'-..■n' I ;.■ ,\^' lh;)t.,;i 

was . pel for meritorious service 
by OaaMl John ^ 

Ppcshiuk' 

ftANDlT IS SHOT 

NKW VOUK Apt II ^ \ niHii who 

a'tpn-pteii to t ' >b an Upper Broadwag 
jeweirv 't'.ie today waB gtoat ta 
by the J e wel e r as tha thief 
a safe Pnlire fmind a 

Of pasir- i;; flr;!rt i.-iiin* 

lame 'Thomas A. 



AT nr.LGiAN OOLRT 
BRUSBELS. April J^The Belgian 
court will go into mounUng for a 
fortnight, beginning to-day, In re- 
spect for the Queen or Sweden, who 

died ypsterda\- u< P 'iie 

' AT BBITISU COtRT 
LONDON. April 6.— The British 
court to-day was ordered Into ten- 
day mourning beglnntnR M.mday 
out of respect for the w I'en . ,' .';we- 
den, who died yesterday at Rome. 
FROM Ttm U4L 

WASHDfOIOIf. Apfl S^Presl- 
dent HHhart Hoovar today ad- 
dressed to King Gustave V of Swe- 
den the R>Tnpathy of the Govern - 
mant and people of the fnitPd 
states on the occasion of the death 
of Queen Victoria 

Onr Man Killed 
Am f! her Injured 

AsFUmeFaUa 

WILU)i:(iHY, Ohio April 5. — 
Arthur C^raig. [ws^en^^f-: burned 
to death, and Fred Hokola. pilot, 
badly cut. when their plana fell in 
a field ne ar ha ra today. Craig's 
body waa huiaad afiaoat bayond 



was taken to n hnnpital. 

wl'h severe head 'j -. ' n i.ti-nts 
were unable to say how t:,'' a. . ident 
occurred. 



TO 



OAWAOA 



, met i)y Lieut, -Gen. Sir Bdward 
Aitiiam. Colonel Staqpoda . aad 
Captala Laslto. 

THF TWITATION 
ilie general wrote to Hi,s Honor 
Ktagagata stmt. Winchester. 

Mar. h \s, 1D30. 

Dear Colonel Bruce: 

Our oolonal-la-chlef, the Princess 
Mary, haa baaa much Interested to 
hear of your visit home, which I 
have had the honor of reporting to 

har. Her Roval Hl,;!ineK.s will be 
in London fi .m Monday. April 28. 
and would lie ver\ pleased. If It 
Could be a; landed, that kIip i ould 
see you at chesterfield Moi.^e be- 
fore your return to Canada. If you 
can ba la London after that data, 
perhapa you may desire to write to 
the Lady la Waiting. Chestn^teld 

Ho.jse Maytelr, WT. askini.- : an 
audience flf R«r Koyal Hlgtutess, 

aafagaMlifia S 



MunicipalUiet to 

A§k Share of Taxes 

VANCOUVBR. AprU 5 —On behalf 
of Surrey and oilier mimlcipalltles. 
which seek tlielr share of -liquor and 
pai: :• i' l-l profits. Mi H I, Ifeld. 
KC will on Mondav inteiview pro- 
vincial cabinet members in V'ic- 
l/nia 'Hie Oovrrnment has with- 
). ' <i t! municipalities' share of the 
proflu aa agataat aMnay whkh to 
clahnad to ba doa for warlt dona on 
roadways. 



ings arsTT afanlm until 
so that Ms apaaohea could be ras^ 

nightly at the different dlsobedi 
ence centres In the Surat district 
He .said if Ik- viere arrested hi' 
pla<-f« would bv tiikeii hv AbbaJ 
I'yabji. who is n leiind Mich CoUfl 

judge of the State of Baroda. 

ON MOmnrs Iiaboh 

NeartjT a mci:;th i:a.-. i)a.s.scd ,since 
the Manatma and a hi tie , nf 

folloAfis left Ahmadab.ad loi t|,. 
; ti.'t :iilie marc h t . i 1 1 1,- ■yi,,. 
par'v ,^toppe,! . 
and at each on.- the venerable Na- 
tionalist leader, whose ttUO mf »>,« 

"the holy one ** galnad supportara 
and obtained rasignattona toy rillagc 

headmen. The Mahatma ate lit tie 
but bits of dried fruit on the march 
as to hto custom, white some of hi.s 
fOUowera were stricken with .small- 
pox and other diseases. But thl 
little band of siu^vors kept on. 

At Dandi tonight they wara tff 
paring for the first dafhUta acTS 
ctTtt dtoobadlaaoa. As tha first sten 

thar Wm «ada into the waters o! 

tha tltel nanhea and ii'.i jx.t.s wit.i 

.salt water T}ies*« \,(- placed If 
llir &un for rvapmaUon of thi. 
wa'er and t!:r i c' uluc g( g|m ^|||'- 

be reni )\t.vi f.T .-.uie. 

i he first a.. WiU be made In the 
stri-et , of Aluiiudabad. The salt to 
said to i„. on.vtibi^, but tha laan 
manuiacture and aal* of H oca* 
,<ititutes a b r aae h of tew aad fainii 
I Gandhi's alms 

f OOVERftrMENT ATIITIDE 

'Ihe a'Mtude of the GovernmcBt 
iia^ not been announced, Vloaroy 
i>ord Inrin to iiadarstood to ba 
avoiding maaaurea that would pro- 
voka dteturbanoe and the Oovern- 
ment d'*!"-^ i u;>. - ■ (, ,, 

Contitiiird (in r»er ..' ( (dunin 3 

TAVUKILINTIN 

Bovs' mm 

mm 

Grand Post of Native Sons 
of B.C. Hopes Older 
Boys' Parliament Will 
Sit Elsewhere 



ASKS AUTHORli lLS 
TO HALT PRACTICE 



OTTAWA. April -Lieutenaat- 
Commander C. P. Bdwaids win rsp- 
reaant ttte OhnaSlan Diparta»nt of 
Marina at tha radio eoofarsnee, 
wMdh wn aiaat in Naw Tork on 
April 10, It was 



UDoodFromioy 

\V\K \nHK April 5. — Jchh 

Dejustina dropped dead fkoai joy 
yaatcrday when tdd that ha could 
laata tho Hawark Cl^ Kiniui. 
whara ha had laog been a sufferer 
from heart troubte. and go to the 
eonv a lseeent bOH>ital At Ivy HlU, 



German CaJbinei ik DiMcuUieB and 
New EUctkm U Looked FoK 



B 



■y OTTO BROK 
Til* ChleM<> Dally W> ^n-.icn ttrrwict i 

AiTTll K -ChanetflOr Helnrlrh nniPnhis < 
r-rit.i; •'••fri' -| i f flcultl«« in ri'l"t'l» •'.''-■< .U ' < 

Hod again tha parties seem uualtie 



.KHI.TN Oerman 

CablTi' ' 's r n ■ ,i 
niifPii' 'in>in e sneftsiirf's 
'■• 'ea.;, «t! ,i e i r-t . ,»■! • I )!«soi- it 10*1 

once avoAdadL is again threatening. 

Thoogh th# pomtral Drcaramme of the new OtMnet don 

v:\ry murb; f:-,?v, 'iiat of tt^ preilerew,; !)■;<-!»• .s a j,..r'.i! i.f 1 rr «.■»>•,, 
In mp'tioiji He-rrHv,M Mupi!er.<i Cahirrrt r-tijjr.M it.s i^adership 
f'0!;-i Ihe '.r;'/ ,<sT a I ' nd was tovu>d arfiunrl like n ' .rfh(ii h'. 'he 

part IPS ;pp'f}.ent»Hi In It Rruening ■ Cabinet is determined to lead 
and wants to put thr'nigh a financial progTMBaM aSd MMMney 

lawB for ik» bsnaflt at agrteultoaa la Bast OanaiBr «Mh^ a low 



not 



Oh BnjenlnjT ba- ked by Pr«sl<1ent Hinder tin' ;- » ,r/ tr , , 

Fartlam-n' jako a oc_ieava It. MUbet the urgent measures arc 

pw-.swi I tnn ed lately g 
bers sent home ' 



That the practice of permitting 
the holding of a Boys' Psrilamaat 
within tha LegUlaUve Buildings at 
Victoria ba disconttnusd to the 
atrong lapr aaaiilatlon which tha 
Grand Post of the Native Sorw of 
Brlttob Columbia has made to tha 
Provincial flinaiiMaaiii 

The Native .Sons flit British Co- 
lumbia are entirely sympathetio 
• I f (d a of Instructing the youth 
of iiie i'rovince in the functions tt 
govvmmant, but tha Orand Poat aC 
tho ovgaateatloa vlawa wMi lagiaS 
that It haa kaaoaw tha eastom an- 
nually to raaha tha Lcgistotive As. 
sembty available for the holding of 
a Boys' Parliam'-ii'. 

"We cannot tNit feel," the 
Grand Post statao la a goauaun- 
kaitlon to tha Oovanaant, "that 
the isgWiMia Chaail 

publU; offioas dMd bo 
for the pur poaes of State for 

which thrv were <1p«lgwd, and 

! we rp i^ -r I!v lUBKest that t»»e 
; ' I ' ' ' ' • ■ mitting the liold- 

inK r.f a r toys' parUaaisnt within 
the I.e«lslatH« Bofl^iWI fea ab- 

continued ' 

Th« communication to the pro- 
vincial authortUe* bean the .Ignr > 
ttires of Mr .1 P K.n; p' m Moir 
kT»rid f »r ■ - ■ . •, ' A : , .1 , , « 

lir!t,i»h Coiumbta. and Mr. T. Clif. 

ford Babaaak. grand iiwiiaij «f Mm 

order 

The requpat of the IfkUvw Rons of 

Br;ti«t> ( , riti',,» ■ ,1'. Ki^n oiTi!'- 

'Pd nv thP F*l"r:T 1 1 ■ ■ !,1 Ti^'n',\ < r\r- , 

pwr1ri.»i ■ t.. H . I W ,''.;i' 
si>pakPT 'r ' h" H');j*r. t no U in 
-ontr'i. of th-- i.fii,«laUve 

Uall 



allMij 




i 



"ST. LOUIS MAID" 
SHOES 



The smartest styles we'w rvrr srcn 
They ut uiijn»tch»b!e v*lue». 




Say ward Bldg. 



MUNDAY'S 



Hetter l itting Shoes 



IMI 



ASKIRVEYOF 

ilLilSKil-B.C 



Premier Tolmie and Game Trophfes 




D«ff and fte OwMra 

^WwB* aai JSn^SSotkt With 

ffreoeb Vtrnioide Capsiks 

Thr rriinrliiible preparBilon whlcU holds world 
recuid lot tti* artalckt lnd>vl«uM order t\*t alvan 

J5Sf". IS??*'' to 
iMn om, $ ami M»tMt>fc 



TNE OWL BN8 LTI. 






Province Awaiu ActMQ of 
Ottawa on WiUmgnett 

to Participate in Suiv 



U.S. GOVERNMENT 
WnXlMG TO A3SIST 



I i 



Burbank 



A Med«rii 

Range 



11.00 



A bcMttl/ul range 
for the modern 

bungalnw kitrhf!!. 
8ce It today. 
'Jterms ai i 



1 



A 
W«ek 



HATT'S 

HARDWARE 

*'S '>',>L:gIds. St. I'^KVit :t)AS 



Roses Roses 



50c 



caml»sr« sad JUaiWers. 

memeniDeeiiPANY 




Elwtric Washers 

PHONB M17 
Gone is aad Look These 
WMbtn Om. 

^.Will Trade ia Ymt 
Waihera. 

1609 DOUGLAS STREET 



An Itching sklnl 
Ugljr pimples? 
I J lle4 enmtionsT 

'VitMNMSlU DDD wffl wash lh«, . 

nWHMl.fHW Mit ef tiie skin. Tourh rsflset tlip fading )io(>r 



a few Anps to a bad spot — nalrh tlie 
formula proftrate. Rrprat the test 
MM, two. thren tlmn — the rou^ ua- 
ttpots bavo dbappeared, 
MMFAautNa oaua oo. 




IS DRAWING 
TOIISIND 



of ths Boiiia ara baaonintr more 

and more uneasy 1«( tba ci >.rrn 
ment beoome ccnnaftled tr) nrvi 
obllgatiorii hi Europe 

Parflrulatiy v>n.^ this rvulfnt whfiii 
the annexes of the l.rH-aino Pact 
raiiK" wltliln thr s.n\x' uf ihr uprur- 
Uy formula <lli>cu.^-.ii>ti.s I'tic Ooinln- 
loii.s have not ratified the pact, and 
therefore any Inierpretatloil of Ite 
aimaxes would leave ttem unaX- 
feetad In practtoe^ aad probably an- 
tecoolstle in theory. 
Ttie London Sunday new papei s 
ifleet tlip fading ho\» . nf uir con- 
ference n» H fl\r [>ovi.(t affair. 

ROM MS 
WILLDINE 
Hi. COLONEL 



Tlie United Statea Owmeai hav- 

iiiK agreed to oo-op«Mte with Brit- 
ish Columbia te an tatemive 
invasUcattbo of the Alaska Road 
PN#et this year, Premier ToUnle s 
Iriao tor this survey only awalta now 
the endorsement of the Canadian 
Government 

The Premipr'.s proposal Is that the 
work be tarned out uiulrr a joint 
coniinltwje competed of one repre- 
«enutlve each of tlie Canadian, 
British Columbia and United States 
governments. So far the Canadian 
authorities hftve Mi eottsented to 
take part in the aehaoM although 
tnp provlaoe has a tentative assur- 
anae from Hon. Charles Stewart. 
Mdaral Minlat^r of the Interior, 
that In the « vent of the Alaska 
Highway being built, tlie P'ederal 
riovfi lunent wlU undertake that 
' >n of.it lylBc ttwopifh the 

V u k<<i) 

It ih hoped the Federal Qovern- 
ment will indicate abortly ita de 
cdalOB te name » lepnacBtative on , 
the pru iM rt awrey cowmmee of 
three. 

Prenfler Tnlmif, jmw on a h'>li(iavl 
t-rlp, is exjxh tcd to to ()ttu\*aj 
before rrtumlng hcir. an.! m this i 
ev*':i> IK) doubt will prps.'? f,ir a fm 
aii.-ivM ; u> lilt. M.uKui^u: King Cab- 
tii't No povrniineiit !« aaked 
ihi, stai<<> [o coniribute nxmey to, 
'Ur (ost oX the road, but only to' 
thf ( xpense of the preliminary sur- 1 
vey to determine wfietber the proj- 
ect la fsaslUe. The cost of th.-l 
iJMIulry aheuld not bf v.-i v iio,v. v , i Their 

the British Columbia Ciovernnimt 
believes but it is huxiou.^ that the 
three KOver!im,-iit,-, liiicitiy con- 
Cen;nd . liall hf rr pirsf'iifc'.l 

A.S prppairttlons should be madr 
•soon for tiie ,survey if It is to start 
as .M><)n as the snow leaves the 
ground, definite action by Ottawa is 
urgentiv desired. Tlte British 
CXihimlfla amhertUsa are anxious 
toat the surveyors shall have every 
possible day during the ronilny 
Bummer ;o pi.-vscrutr thru .i k be- 
tween Ma/.r;;on aiui the Alaska 
boundary. 




UIS Majeaty Alexander I. King of Jufoslavu, some time ago inrimated to the British ColumbU Goveni- 
« * ment that he would like very much to have for hli private coUection. at his palace in Belnade. ancci 
men heads of big game of thi, most Weitern province of Canada. The Kioa hae m nmroSL cowJcHon 
of Kame troph.« which have created a great desl of attention amen* European nobility and foreigTam 
hassado.s who vmt hi« court. Premier 8. P. Tolmie. on learning oTfte King', deiir. to have renrf^emJ 
S^l2 wlVd*,-f •'^2h!!f^&^f«^ Hia M.3e.t? three splendid "idm^nJ'T B ^ V " 

S;iS2r&i^2 SS^^J^ "T**^"^.^'"'^ • ''"""'^ bead. hav. 

!nt a q^eaa of a< AMVe than five feet, and » big hom .heep head. The above picture ahowa ^enlar 

Tolmie wfth the game trephiea on the atepa of the ParUament Buildings. «i 



NOTIC E! 

Esquimait Residents 

Increased Street 
Car Service 

££fective Monday, April 7 



1 1 0 1 a n I 
S (X) 
1 (X) 



a III, 



III to 



WBBKMTt 

.^ m. 

J 1 i«i p.m. ^ 

11 4 ^ p.m. 



15-iujn. service 

1 ■» 

13-min. 



111 1 It service 



1 ii:>t t.4r iiuui liie City 
I'Sst car 

l-irvt liir 



the City 

fiom 1". J u 1 11 1,( It 
I.a*t car from i:.»qumult 



SUNDAYS 

IS-min. sc^vict throughout the <ky 



tioin the City _ 
J,a!>t car Irom the City 

^ irM car from EaqaiaaaJt 
Uat car from KH«ha»lt ~ 



service 

6 00 a in 
1 1 .45 p.m. 

0 22 a.m. 
12:07 m.n. 



9:00 a.m. 

10:45 p.m. 
9M a.m. 
lliOSf p.ni 



B.C. ELECTRIC 

TRAFFIC DKPARTMbiNT 



filVICEREGAL DAY 
PLANS ALTERED 



■soeUeaciee Enjoy Short 
Oraise «a Nearby lalaads— Uuly 




itr five years, arriving at an und^ 

' standipg thry failrd to attain a' 
.the (irneva hiid- piulf, tiircc vpar.^ 

ago 

Thr I';. D M Kali.tu (h.sp i'<> pinii- 
arii> a;:- '.'N ,Mf>rtr t-rr;inean, 

and the other delegates wlU be able 
. to to home toward the Mi eC tUt 
, mootb feeling that naval rivalry has 

bean dh ected in an seas except the 

blue waters that separate rran r 
and Italy fr'-mi their m 
colonial ruipirr 

I NO MOflE COMMlTMi;NXb 

While the oonferenee is again in- 
terrupted for a few days, British 
opinion ts visibly stiffening against 

any form of new rommltmenUs In 
Europe, even in the vaguest terms, to 

satisfy f^noen derira te tnrrmaed 

.safety, 

riif House of Commons, which 
has been extremely patient through- 
out the confemoe in aeoepttatg 
spane aad meagre effieial pro- 
XMOBeemeats firem the Oovemment 
a b e ut the conferenoe, is InslsUng 
on receiving definite Information 
about thr> full ultiiatlon 

Nine fi-i(^stii)n,s hf shot St 

I'rimr M:i,:-' ■ M,t. I >,,i,,,id about 
the conftufii. iii Hif Hou.se on Mon 
day. all of tium beariuK on th' 
political aspeciji. particularly about 
,^ the discussions between the Prime 
I Minister and U. Brlaad with refer. 
I eaoe to the InlevprHfttlon of Artlele 
I zvz of the hmtm «C n»mm Om- 
! enant 

1 EFFEC TS ON DOMUIIOmi 

I Aealiking that them seeoitty talks 
I If materialised. waaM have far- 
I raaehiBe effects on the other unit.t 
IHsh Bmpire, the members 



Cnntinued from Pajse 1 
' ind telling her what <Jay or dav>> 
you couM wait on the Princess. 

It was a real pleasure having that 
gUmpw el you at Southampton, but 
I hOf» mtich we may meet again 
soon and have a talk toRethrr 

WTiPu vou nrr in ti-.r Npw K irr.st rl,i 
fr\- am! run up li»>rf for thr- day 
and 1»*! ri'c iiow vni X'^ iv.i ht'y> Pt 
old huildm>;.s and Hie school. If 
vou l aii ^wr i:,f- ,, tiate. I shall be 
^erv Krateful, .for 1 should like 
much to diaeom with you points of 
mutual Interest to the Royal Scots 
aad the Canadian Scottish. 
Sincerelv \.>ur5 

t&lgned> £. A. ALTUAM. . 



OEATH TAKES 
AlUMill 



March IT, M30 

Dear Sir Edward: 

Very many thanks for your most 
kind letter of March IS. It will give 
me great pleasave to write Princess 
Mary's lady hi waiting with a view 
of arranging an audience an audi- 
ence whteh win give me an oppor- 
tunity of pxt<>ndlng an invltatmu to 
Her Rov.il HlRhneas to honor us 
witii a \:,i I,, British Columbia. 
Many thanks f. r your aislstanoe. 

I am mu( !i looking i n n r aid to ttw 
pleasure of meeting you agalB» aad 
have aeeepted an taivltatlon from 
my slster-ln-law. Lady at r vre5 tn 
spend the week-end from Fruiav 

April 11, to Mnnd'iv, Api i! 14 t 
would \n\t' Ui ui'itrvt (ivrr on .Sat 

idav April \; with my niece, an 1 
«i.ul(l Ilk'' It very much if Lady 
Althaiii and yourself will OSme OVW 

on Svmday to luneli aai'Me the 



rontlnned from Taire 1 
and cn)oved urea' p(ipu!atit\ both 
as le. Mirr .i:..: man In thr fornirr 
rapanty he had traveled much over 
Canada In Victoria be WM WIll 
known, having, a dd re swd a number 
of meeUagi hm duriag the Dlooe- 
saa Swamer school for Suaday achooi 
teadheri. three years ago. He was 
In great dr-maud amotiK 'he .•,.Tvu'e 
clubs, and a' liia' lime .vpokr to 
Iw) or tlu-rr (,i ti.cs,^ i,, tJic city. 
Hp was a man of many friends In 
all walks of life, a fact Wfaioll be- 
came apparent in the very human 
quality of Ma mntailseenoes and 
oteervatlons of his friiow bnua: 

Only recently he returunri from a 
trip 'o llip Old CouiiM-v, whrrr ti.- 
addrr.ssrd a numbrr of <lubs in In- 
trriinl|..ii3! Ui^'.nr Abou- f WO weekS 
ai,'o hr from j^ina la 

'"'nefltiiwhli health 
but, suffered a aelmi eariy this 
week whkdi aeoeesttatMl Ua removal 
to ho^ltaL 



Owing to the continued iiuirm- 
ency of thr wrather the (tovrrnnr- 
Ueneral and Lady WiUuik^don 
altered thrir programme shghtly 
jresterdav Their Elxcellencles origi- 
ruilly planned to enjoy a day's crUlse 
a.s th" Kucsts of Mr. Norman Yanew 
In his launch the Cynthia, but the 
momiagli cain made the cancellation 
of the trip advisable. Mr. Yarrow 
went out to Sidney and brought the 
Cynthia round t/> ihr vacht ciub 

at the Uplands, however and, when 
the .skirs cleared in the early alt/r- 
noon. l,^rd and L^dy WiUimkUoh. 
acconmanied by Captain R .J 
StrpBt.feild. Mr Hew Patter,son and 
.Mr Yarrow tfK)k a short cruLv round 
Cliatham and Discovery Islands. 

A slight modtflcatioa ot the dis- 
Unguls h ed visitors' pregnunme has 
BiiB awde fer tomomw la that 
the a«VflRMr>aeiMral vrui not 
lajr Lady WlUlngdon when 
the trip down thr Cow- 
Ichan River. Instead, HLs ExccU.uk y 
will vLslt thr two bif? .schools .it 
HhnHi]'Kan Lake, Htrathcoiin Ciirls 
School and tiir Shawnlcan Lake 
Boy,\' och(x>I and the Quern Alex- 
andra .Solarium at Malahat Beach. 



Ship Captatnh 

Drowned as Boat 
I Capsizes in Sea 

I (A.I.''" Pri':;.,si 

BELUNOHAM. Wa.sh., April 5.~ 
I Caught in a strong current in a 
stormy sea while attempting to swim 
t^abore, OapCaia Atet Jmk, mas- 
ter of the Pacific American Ptshen- 
tMider NUe. drowned last night 
about fifty feet Off AlUl lited. 
near Anacortr-, 

Capt^iin Jones uml Mr W ,i ilui 
ler. iiilc drlvri- workman, were row- 
ing from thr Nile to a scow, a short 
distance from the tender, when high 
seas oapaiaed the amaU boat Both 
struck out for the island, about inn 
feet away, Mr. Butler succrnird i, 
rrai huik' the .shore drsplto a :-troi;4 

tide and rough water, but Captam 
.Toor-1 wrui down far tka iMt tfane 

about half way. 



SMALL POTATOES 
OF SOME WORTH 



Now Reoognlnd 



bi Certifled 
Geveramenf ^ 



With the recognition 

l>otato Im thr ofnr,,iI 

and 1'., iiii 1 t'H lit: pi'pu 
r \(>< irt It iidr ; I .( .r- ,1 ] , 



of the small 

rrd grades. 

.n-.W In the 
■ rp ,M.,v tiir 



Mocnpaoy 
she malEes 



EDENAPPLE SERVICE 
BEGINS IN ViaORlA 



Blot 
Art 



With n«sh Wnii 



fer ladtvUhml Sapply 



BRtn(;F WBBCUm XILUED 

SEAn LE, April S.-Btnick on the 
head by a tlmbs* aa he was helping 
week a bridge here today. Sdward 
Martin, died en the way to hoqiitaL 



wheiT thr work on the new Shrlners' 
unit hH,s already been commented. 

Lady wmingdoa will shoot the 
Cowidiaa rapids tomorrow. Two 
canoes havr bmi nnraRrd foi the 
party, which will mcludr. be sidt s 
Her Exrr;:riir\, Capt^ilii .St mit f irlil 
( Hp'am (• V R niundrll and Mr. 
A M I) Kaubairn and the tWO In- 
dian rivermen. W4Uam Thanie and 
Joe BtatiuBloB. who made a trial 

run down the rivrr on Friday In 
order to be fully mformrd as to thr 
condition.'. 

As oriRinallv iMu,r)ui i (d. 'I'heu 
•acellencirs wiU mirr,,] duine Sen'- 
Ice at chrtst Church Cathedral this 
morning, when the Oonimar Oen- 
erai wUl read the leeaans, aad after 
luncheon they wiU leave by motor 
for Oowichaa aad ~ 



Fint oirt--Wt *hB Mtlee m lit 

the danoe? 

Second riirl TMd I.e asMet BM! 
Be walked all over me. 



^the meantime, wtthltedest re- 
Wlm, and again with maiiy thanks, 

1 -irtv ^'Wirn vrrv ^(n> r>rrh 
signed) R RANDOLPH nitt'CK 



Gandhi Revolt Is 

Cumiiig lo Crisis 



or tiM 



the master of the house in? 
sh! Ben otfMp i«Mlm ta his 

u a<l> " 



Batchelor's Cash 
and Carry 

IMKE STORES 



People's Cash 

"D uugias tt 



-Yates St. 



^"pular Douglaa St. 



MONDAY SPECIALS 



11 

ll 



New Grass Butter. 

I .cv ai, I ' : ' , 

iioisurn Butter 
Bmbs, tins 

Pink Salmoa* 
Isfgt tins, % for .. 

Blue RiblMllMB, 

1 p. 

Braids Tudor 
Coflbt, Mb. tins. 

Pork and Boins, 
2-X>. tin9» 9 % ... 



39c 
14c 
25c 
50c 
44e 
19c 



Jap Rice, 

Nice New Dates. 

4 Ib.s. for 



25c 
25c 

Carastion Whsst AA^ \ 
Nestlaa Milk» ^ ' 



'< eet 



rned, tin 



Fry 'a Cocoa. 



i-lb 



tins 



Bovril, 
4-ox. boules 



22c 
59c 




Centiaaed from Page 1 i! »n» H.t,' 
'he status of martyr, but the British 
Jroope «n on the atet. aomtbe- 

If thr Nalioiiao.s; K ^UgQig^ in 

thru iir.st acuoii of iiie plan for 
noixo operation with Oovcm- 
mental agendas, they mtend to 
foUow in time with nonpayment or 
; 'axes and resignation or native ofri 
j < lals. 

Although In his ultimatum to Uv- 

Viceroy last month Oandhl inveighed 
agaln.st thr .salt t.T\ ,t> » fhsKiacr 

t/> thr .stfltuf/> book.'-. It ! ur.fir". 
stoivl hp Rplri ted thLS part.l, u:;',, 

foi hi.s drmon.sfraUon largely be- 
I au,'.r pir.srnta % flhlil§ OBd 
clear-cut issue. 

oattaantKin controlled 

r-al' munufaefjire in India v. < on- 
I rolled hv the Oovtrnmrnt ex- 
clu,'<lvrlv The tax on .salt l.i less 
•h.TP. o:„ ;,v,t:.ir,K a i>.und. but rev- 

rnur fir)r:i tin, .'iourcr last JTCSr 
was more than U.000,000 (aboOt 
$35 ,000,000 >. 

louver quairtWsa of salt are ob- 
tained tram atfnae oC the country, 
but one of the principal aourrr , 
from sea wat#r -in other words 
tJie prlmiM'" mC'iod of condensa- 

j^tjon which (ianhdi intcnd.s to mi- 

I plov 

A» mB''v pUi rs In the dNtn. f 
of (iiiir- v «(:,.rr tJne < >«ndtd 
i 'lru..-)iLslr^ft.>n !• planned, he iRrj:;- 
marshy ir*,!.^ where the brine r. 
r<eady to hand. It ia free for all 
and fer the purpeoe of embanaMng 
the authorltlea the prniii might 
be earrtM on by almost unlimited 
number." of i>eot)le 

ENOLAND W.tTCUtNG 
LONDON. April S.— n«land tn- 

night awaited wlUi keen expactar.c 
news tfttn the ttttle seaside vniaer 

of Oarrtl In Indt.i w lirr'' al ru"" ;i r:i 
Sunrtnv iTK-nii3 Miiafia (Jundiu 
plariMrd t,, Hi niiifar:!,' . h,.]' u; dr- 
fiao ■* i\ "-- ^^^M-nmetU- mon- 



•ui prophn V ( ' • ' ii- Na - 
i.-nallst Iradrr Uumrdlair arrrsf I/) 
tlif .u(?i..;f f ion tha' n-) of f ir ja 1 a. 'ion 
will be fakrn on Mic ground any 
.salt manufRcfuied at Dandl would 
be unf/l for human con.";umf>tion 

I From H iu-.'jHV lauir a irpr.i' that 
.slrlXrrs oti flif' (irrHi Indian pp,i,i; 
.<ulAr Wai;wiiv vwiuld hrlp ( iandhl g 
i-lvU di«ol)<-dlpiicr (amt^aign In their 
> >a-ti .'.[>v lai iBsiiion. It being their 
u.iruMr.n lo lip on the railway 
tTjcu in groups sind thus Mtt up 

Tlie 4rtuba ' ir Mtunt.|.-n h««-, 
been helghte.nrd by tlie fact that 
the Government ha.i not given the 
«llKhfe«t public Indication of any 
action It may uke. , Speculation 
has tbua had free play wttli 



Citizens will have noticed the ap- 
praranrr of thr Edeiiapple service 
slot machines hrrr ui public places, 
In addition to tlir drmonstrations to 
selected official groups, which have 
slready been the subject of aUttlon 
in The Oolonlst. 
Mr, M". Henderson, a director, of 

VicfAn,! and Mi W Mi l, ( ■o.ipri , 
.salfi ui,iiiai<cr Vaiu')uv>'r pxpdain 
tliat t|,r> orKaiUiation of a i >mpanv 
here ha>> made such progress that a 
unit wUl be esUbllshed to haolls 
the oo nneot ioB in Victoria la » Ika- 
ited awaber of eeleeted loeatioas. 

This system of huvm(< innt in in- 
dividual quantities ha d H womlri- 
lul .suc'-rs-., at thr Royal Wuiirr Fair 
at I o! onto when it wa^ operated 
ndiar.uit to t.tic As.srK-lated Orowers' 

display and retailed Okanagaa ftun 
to tha crow* wtafcii llnsntj the 
eahlMUen. 
The machines are made in the 

province, and .slmllarl\ uiii t-r made 
where unit.s of thr pa'rui ,^^r. 
at.cd TliP jiroprirt.or., itifnd ' . 
thr fruit of II,.- u-w ality and thereby 
lielp i;.s n-.aikrting among people 
who do not bujr by the hex for fam- 
Uy eoosumpUea Tb» gualltv is se- 
oured by daily reehargee from cold 
Storage fruit in the off sea - on 

f is Intended t;. );■,". ii !■« »>nfy 
•rarhnrs hrre, of ,,,d ^p. 

peiran. r >. hi- !; n-di i>r ;n keeping 
Willi Ihr maracter of the prTtmllM 
where the stand.s are eet up. The 
houis and lobbies of commercial 
bulUUags have proved best in the 
'-xperieaoe of the prometsis for lo- 
cating the machines. 



old familiar epithet iimali potatoes" 
lakes on a new meaning. "Certifled 
Seed Potatoes. Qrade SmaU Sise" 
is the new vade provided under 
the regulation of the Dommion 
I>epartment of Agriculture, and the 
potato grower will now be able to 
sell a much larscr pm-tio'i of id,s 
frop at a pnui.iuiu H.s ( !•! •iii.-ti ■w-cd, 
insofar si ti r .small .size. l>, to 3 
ounrr t^hrrs (onlorni to the re- 
quirements for certified seed stock. 
The new regulation has another 
pwmae as wdl, it assists in ttir pf - 
feeo^ ogptrol and eradication of 
potato dlsea.-^r. F-^irther. only c?r- 
tlfled seed pot„-»tors may now be 
•stock. 



We have now taken on another worid- 
bcater in the Radio 6eld 



PHILCO 



Beautiful new iivoUcls. A wide raucc oi ^0%f%A 

cwisote _ I .OO 



styles and pri^ 

H. D. MAIN WARING 

615 jbprt St. 

r— SelcLtiviiy 



& CO. 

«0I1 



Agriculturist!^ 
Ti) Hold M rating 
To Froriioie Fair 



cor. J A HV I S IS 
Dl il) i l MOMULAL 



' I \ . 



Musicians h r(nu 
Canada May Have 
To Leave Staies 



VANfOin F-f? nc April 
Canadian inuslMan, |)l;i\ui..; danrp 
must- m the Uni'ed .S ates may of- 
firi;.; , be reqursird to leave the 
country as a result of action taken 
b> Canadian inunlgration authori- 
ties In barring the Paul Whlteman 
and Phil Baxter orchestras from 
plSylag for public dances here Tins 
was hltlmated to-nl«fht hy Mr R E 
; Chinn, Haxter'.s hu-iior's maiiairer. 
who IS alvi a Trpr ■•■;?nf a' i vr of the 
Mu.^lr Ci/rpi.tallou id Ao;.rlca. and 
Mr (• H Cii'tn u loa^rr of the 
Hrltl5h Columbia Amusruirnt Com- 

pan\ whii li oprrates the hall where 
nax'.r Hud his muslolaas wers 
i>lat,ed to perform. 

Carter said that in conve r s a tion 
with the AnMrtoaa consul here the 
latter had told Mm that ft is tx>(>- 
slble Canadian musicians in the 
United SUtes may be asked to re- 
tafato ~ 



(oaaaeiaa Press) - 

RBOINA, April S. — Prominent 
agriculturists from all part.«^ oi 
ran:ida will mrct in Regina iipxt 
Friday an rxc. utive meettPK of. ______ 

the World s Cram Kxhibltloii and . 

oonferencp. Introduction Into prise L.rTlZ^^ ? 

of a .special cla.s^ covering ped^ |f,?."^ T " 
ercrd !,ard red Spring wheat will ' ""' 
bt <>i)'- of thr .subjects for considera- 
tion A report on ths aahjeet wui 
be presented by the awaitu omaaiit- 
t«« whi ch aaet lasi Uy M Wlaaipeg 

Royal City fMe 

Rejects By'Lair 
t or Exhibition 



MBW WXSTMtNBTKR, AprU S — 
.^^^^'•^•'WS tadmr voted 
down the nuoo hf-law fW the pro- 
posed nMT ttftMHsh mnaum at 

Queen's ffsik. 

The vote on the h\ lau m,h For 
977: agafaist, 682 a three fifths 

majority was rrquirrd to prt^-, thp 
by-law. Another smrn \,.'.s ui 

favor of the mea.sur'~ ■,■ mm i n.ivp 
carried it. A recount wUi be de- 
manded by proponents sC Uie by- 
law. 



MONTRliAL. Que,, A; 
Lleut -Col. Arthur Mun ,. . 
CMC;. CB.E, a promlmut iit;ui(. 
in Ihr hi.Mory of Western Canada, 
died today in the General KOspltal 
agedSS. itohadlMsnfiloriMme 



coldnr.s.s iiuit li, 
' I '■ on are effeo- 

a K I ■ » hpat t 



Agents Seize 



Still and Much 
Grain Mash 



STATE OF MAKKBT 
CLOSES VP MILLS 

BKLLINUUAM. April ».-Unf«v 
orable market conditions was , 
as the reason by sadntcii today fer 
an anne un eeraen t ttiat the Whatro,,, 

FWIs Mill Com pan- ^Jt!) 

cedar plant l-oiuKh: an ii dr'n- 

nlte perli^ 

It wa.s poinf.pd out thnt i,d,,r 
'nd)ci i, not ,-,x;,or'ahlr and th.il 
'■ulldlDk- 1.:.^ brri, irfaidrd in UlC 
Ka.sf ,u!d Middle Wr,M because Cf 
nnaiici.i; jind wrallirr .oudlflona. I 



added to a nonthly deposit 

« Y $C f> T six t y ni< ii:l Iw will 

place at yuur dtsuusai the 

W hy nr)t call and make 
iho fit' t (jrpofiit dufiaf 

J our luiH h hour? 

Obtain a Huron ^ I.riw 
rfl<wlH)<ik. 'I hein rr;;oi H I V 

deposit a few doUan weekly 

or monthly. 

HuroiiAErM 

>iQHiuAoe conrnmATiOMT 

"Older Thaa Ik* Vaatolon sf 
CaaaSa" 
!«B 0»flf Ml a 

a. a. nuNTaa 

M«ns(tr 



(or Otmer»Are 
Bringing in Gas 
From the Slates 



NEW WBSTMINarnt, April 6 — 

The bringing in of (casotlne from 

acrOM thr interna tiona: border bv 
automobilr ownrrs i\ rrportrd to 
havr !iicrra.srd K'rrstly In the FYaser 

Valley .mikp April i, when the rise 
In the proyincial gaAOllne tSx to 
five oenu became effeoUve. The 
•''•Me price of gasirtlne south of 
the beeMr is fift»»rn rmtj p^r cai 
Ion, and there ts no duly on it it it 

Is brought. Into I M'. p|%V|BSS hr 
Indhidual car o ' - - 



tllous 

and 
wrre 



fAssoel«t«4 Pr*St> 

AnKPDICKN Wash, Apr.l 
.sidl with a ra(iacllv of I (lOu g; 
a da'. :t»0 Kallons ,.! aii.,ho| 

Kallnn.s of xrain mash 
selTied iixlav when Federal piohlb. 
tlon offlrrr* arrested Lyle Bloom - 
guLst and Milfred Haney in Preach- 
er's 81ough on *^\t GBMhaMs Btvcr 
near here. 

. man fa 

turlng aloslMl and the olBcers .toi n 
Montgomery. <;rrr) (;oi!.,u 

Harold Bird. .s,*,d ;i i,;:d brm 
of flir main source': of ruvip; 
alcohol for Wrstrrn Wa.shlngtcni 
during tho [jafit frw month.s. 

If /\f;s 4Mt HU H 
0\ UIS l*t, 4 IK>HM 



and I 
cue 

, of 




T 




Dr. Robcit f; .lackson.^ iw'r.i .ii 
grandfalJher, fat|,pr and rlevrn iva 
ternal un. Ir.s and aunt*, snd lu,s oun 
brother .iHd i.strr all fiia<j heart 
d;'^"!.f:r A! Ml i.Up Rreat Sir Wm. 
05ler gave the doctor hlBkeelf eoly 
four months to ttve^ dyli« from 

^2f*,*f2? "swwral break- 
down, mra Bved five veam on ihe|P 

ground floor unable to climb stiiir* 
I*oiii .pa:^ Ar.ii Bavr lum up 

br riurhrd thr flffv stArlrs in Wash. 
inRfor,,, Monumrnt, u,> and dawn. 
»nri MR': r;-.t rven flrrd All a result 

Of dunged living hshlts rlileilf e 
cSiaa^ trem driliaation'ft dfaeaai»- 
eaosiag aeld foods to alkali -forming 
ii«nan Meal. Hl« 438-p«ire hook 

HOW TO HK ALWAYS WKIJ,,' 
t»>lN the entire utory -^howa how 
anyone may alwaya well, by nat 
ural meaa^ Remit t3 by P O. enter 
for a popy. or WTlt.e for de9Cri|rttve 
UteraUire. to ROBT. CL JMCKMOVl 
UJK au Vtae Ave, Ibtanta t. 6nt 

of Roman 



Aniwered Cmm$ 

Questioner and 

llien Suicided 



;AprU «. — Mr. 

" ty 



ith 



A H William, 

attorney, lias SRnniiBSMi his OM 
<Matof^ fer O ee m m of 1 

Carolina upon a night wlnea and 
beer* platform, under fjie mrwllflra- 
tior plan, hr ,<irt forlh in anr.ounrlng 
his lnf.entlon. The bMr and wlne.s 

would br aeld I — 

superviaion. 



LOWVILLK, N V 

rhivis. 



April 



A ihr It 

fr»rt\ onr if'.Uuratd 
Pi op; I, for iK-ro f. ok nrjtrly a haK 

Hour lo -AMr-iry f|,,os , f ^ J^. 

eral i rn.su.s 'o 1 1 j rur r« ! or lo''n walked 

and 



SEEK METHOD ¥01t 
CONTmtOFMVSr 



Int. 



a b<»<1r'vvni 



inji' ldo bv ulajthlng 
Will he iifio(i In in. 




TWAHE MmNED 



WUl 



' a'ilHll«n 

oriAWA. April 6.— A 

be held m naskatoen nest 
dejri^the ASMI 

at %frteh Domini 

iel«I expfrt* oi, iii<<t roji 
tnt vtTl confer with rR.sp<;:t to fh»> 
progreaa which ha» b«»n made ♦/> 
dat^t A prograaune of aetivltic* 
fnr the oomlns ' ' 
la ted 



Eat 
Meat 

RKA L bargains In 
vvhole«iotiir. fresh, 
ta.sfy focid, Wmuleifyl 
meals with tiiese better 

mggia. T$m€%t tM 




BARGAINS 



PHVRir IAN in nrATt 



IMI.. April 8 — 

Damage estimated at about $7S non 
was done here early t^iday when ih'- 
Armour Tliea(r« h-rs eompletrly 

de.stroyrd bv rirr In thr bulldlna MONTrRKAl. April One Of the 
wrrr u,r offlrr-. ,.f tl;, ( «nartla:, oldest prarttalng pbysi. lan* «rf 

Na- onai Teiecmph Company, thf real and a founder ttf Wi 

Mi(>er.iroT thr hlgl|gtg|£ gMg t<^, »|t«l teA. IW J 



Leg Moast, 

i>«r lb. li 1 II 
I-oin Pork, 

prr Ih. „ . 
Shoulder Spring 

Laaib^ per lb. 



20c 
28c 
28e 

24e 




Sautsge, 

a lbs. ... 

teusage. New Eng. ^(E^ 
Und Special, lb, ^wOQ 
A ■sal Mks 



Wm VefsUblas, Phone 2Mf 

New England Market 




Reliabk Alann Clock for 
65c and JamMon's Coupons 
to th« valll« of 20, or value 

of 12 and 75c (10c «xtra if 
mailed). 

Co'ii/oin will b» fo-iiir1 tn .T.^iinoi/s 
!• « ' .-rr.r. i'. iK.HM l^»i!.r Iti 
1 1 rti t*. Join tl.e Jhji.i i ri ' o (jc^-ta-.i^p 
Huylnc Club br umhi thnr aor.da nrul 
Mivln« the COUPOIU. Vuiii «M«rr 

»'.,'ply you 

W. A. Jameson CofiM Co. 

or VILTUKIA 



CHIIUWACK- 
MJIN CHOICE 
OFCiNClL 



*fH DAILY COLONIST. VipTORIiV. B.CL SUNDAY. APRIC 6» 1930 



Annual Ktiwnen Conven 
tioR o( Diitrict Ho, 5 
Unuumoufly Selects . 
Mr.LS.I>»vickoi 



LOCAL CLUB HOSTS 
TO THE DELEGATES 



The average man spends a great 
put o( hte Ufa looking for ttaa Idral 
woman— bat In tho niMmttmo ho 



Build B.C. Payrolls" 




WlMtt ft la MMMary to gWe 

an infant milk other tluti 
mother's milk, mothers and 
phjrflelkai choow • nrilk as 

near niDfhcr's a.% possible. 
i'aciEc, an Evaporated Milk, 
ffUaad ha «»;eptiotua popu' 
larHy bocaaaa of this shnilar- 



PACIFIC MM 

l-actory at 

AbboUford. B.C 



Victoria 




Company 



H.M. Mail Contractors 



OUR SPECIALTY 

P^urniture Moved. Cratad 

and Shipped 

Pool Cara lor Prairiaa and 

ah'^ 



Ur. K. e. DarldMB, of OhflUvaek, 

wu.s ;,cstriilay i lm.,( ii (ll;>;ili l K(n 

eruor by tiie Kinsmea Coiwcli of 
DIgtriet NO. 8, moetiiif In aamiai 

com fiit'.o/i n* till- Kiiipre:-, Hole!, in 

consequence of wliich the Mainland 
town wfB ba tba ICtniwn iMadquar- 

ters for 1930-31 Thf oiunrll dele- 
gates prei>ent iiimibtT cd thlilcen. 
f(7ur repre.sf ntliiK <'hii;iwuik on.? 
Vaiirouver, one Vernon, liuee IJim- 
laii and four Victoria. 

The business aeasioDa concludad 
yesterday afternoon. AettDC aa iMMt 
riub, Victoria Klnmen tandarad a 
banquet to tba Tltittag dilofataa at 
the Empreaa Hotel, irnan aadraaatn. 
pertaining to the welfare of the dis- 
trict were made by a number of 
speakers, after which the part v split 
up. sMiue a'teiidlrikj the wrcstlhiK 
bouts at the Armories, while ulhers 
went to the Crystal Ciarden 

Yesterday aftenioon, the Duncan 
delegates visited the Solarmtn at 
Mill Hay. In whic h they .showed par- 
tUiilar Interest, while other visiting 
deleKiites had a round of golf or en- 
joyed the swimming at the Garden 
TcKlay. tiie majorUy of the vi.sitois 



PolaUte* Should 
Make Vpward 
Movement Soon 

POTATO prices In BrltUiti 
Columbia may be ex- 
pected tu take a xliarp rise 

aborUy, " fJr*ft W o( mar* 
MIM traaoli «r the naaia- 
daTDapartoMat of Afrtetf- 
ttrrs stated yesterday, foOoir- 

Injf tfie receipt uf market re- 
p >rts. These ^howed tliat 
potatoes have suddenly rl.seu 
In price to $57 50 a ton whole- 
.salc on thr S«'attle market, 
and are expected .shortly to 
net the growers $70 Thia 
wUl iM rellaotad 1^ largely In- 
cr aaaaa prleaa ta the groarera 
tea. li la baUavad. Thoae 
who have bald part of their 

until now. therefore, 

liandsotne re- 
s 



Native Wild Flowers and 

Shrubs JFace Destruction 



Chainnan of City ParM Committee Aiks for Co- 
operation of Payic in Gnardini; Distinctive 
A tt itac tioa 'of Patki and Cemn t r y side. 



*^e city parks committee greatly 
daatraa tba eo-operatlon of the putH 
Ue generally in tba ptaaarfatloii of 
oor aattva plaata and •brdM," aald 
Mdaraaaa J. A. Worthfngton. ehatr 



country and return with their curs 
full of flowering toaoches, which 
are preoently wQlid. dead and dl»- 
oarded. tbey baaa kit bablad tbem. 
perhapa, traaa wtMaa baamtf they 
of tbe committee, yesterday. | have destroyed and wtaaH^ ffowth 
when taitenriewed by The C<rionlst. ! they have Impaired or even killed 
"At any time of the year tliey add a Over ^tIet^•he.•> of ({round coven-d 
distinctive Intere.'it to our country with wild (lowerx. .sue rcs.sive parties 
roads and our jjark-s, and during the have torn up the plant.s wholt-sale 
season when tiiey are bkxssomin;^ until few of them are If ft tu provide 
tliey enhance the beauty of the seed lor the next \ » ar 
whole of this part of Vancouver 1.'.- CJHITICAL liJKASON NOW 

land, both 'or us who live here and I 
for our vLsit«rh. Tiiey are cne of 



Will be taken to Brentwood to try 

for .soiiiit .spoit with the grtlaa and 

salmon of Kaanich Arm 

LEAVES TO RESUME 
HIS ANNUAL DUTIES 

Mr. J A. (irant. Markets Repre- 
sentative on frairles, Has Pro- 



RHEUMATICS 

Read This 

Ovtr ta avrsenM. Ifew Yerfe. s traatrntnt 

has b«*n found that hundri>ds of uiera 
aar "brlntl Mlnirlhl iri>uli> Manr In- 
stftnr^.t havft heeu iri»orle<1 uhri^ onlv ■ 
Ifw (lava' tipatnii-i;! hroc;irit 'jui'k rfhff 
from rbrumatlam when ererythln* else had 

lausa, fata aaa satsMSB •nan MM away 
aai faalrti. atowUnfHri OaiaM'i Wmu- 

mitle OaasHStet baa been (Old entirely by 
mall, kut la aSSt the rrgii'^aU of many 
njstnm^ri Wb# are Hiix'TMLt to 'tht^lti It 

i^ra.'^r homSt tha Plmriiix II* M'.<h.i,jd tiai 
arraiiied to tupply tliU remrdy at the 
itorM of tb« VaDcou*«r Drus Co. (Advt.) 



WOOD 

, rr» r»rs. r o D 

UCMON. OOMNAJiON tO.MPANV. LTD. 
rkaae IT tBX4 <.«T-t Si. 




natures gifts t.) lis; we cannot af- 
ford to loee them, or to have the 
countryside to which they lend tlieir 
charm mocv or laip marred and de- 
spoiled by pfllaglog tlMD." 

"la there any psaqpaat of that?" 
Chainnan Waribfiagton waa aakad. 

"Tfot only la then a prospect of 
such daatruotlaB,'' ha' replied, "but 
much damage haa already been done 
Native wild flowers have largely dis 
appeared from .spac-e.s :n our park.s 
which once were covered with Ih -in 
Along our country roads what weie 
once fine doK'wood trees may be 
seen in a stale of ri||'*fla| gg OOm- 
plete wrecluige. 

BMUKDfO OW BKANCmtS 

"This Is not the it. mi!; ol inten- 
tional destructlvenc ,s it couies fiom 
tlie heedles.s und wainonlv liuini'd- 
i-rate plucking up of u Ud fliiv\ i'iv 
and from the rutlile.s.-, and mdis 



"What we must rely upon la the 
Co operation of an awakened public 
otilnion In securing this we hope 
for thr aid ct all wh.) are intere.stcd 
111 picfetving our native wild tloW'M', 
and -Shrubs und mine paiticulariv 
the a.ssLstance of itie service ciuUs, 

the sc hoolg «Ml atbar piiMla Imtt- 

lutions." 

"What has brought the need for 
an appeal to pubUe opinion at this 
particular thne?** tba pUk» flbair* 
man was tiirtd 

"It la baoaiiaa wa are naw enter- 
ing upon tba ttaia of tba 
tba jiaataat danger axlati 
moat of the iaiap la done.. Now 
and for the nev*- few months Is the 
time when U iiost urgent that 
people visitlni; nur parks or drlvini? 
out lilonK the country roads need I i 
t>etti in mind the need for coiisid- 
eiat»-ni-.ss and dl.'CTiminatlon m pic k 
iriK 'A lid fl'iwfrs or bi ir.ftic.s in 
blossiim, and to rcmemlier v.!;'*! 



criminate breaking otT of brandies , must be tlie consequences of ru li 
In blossom. People go our into the I leas daqKrilation.'* 



Mg in 



Wa,^ !««« Too flow 

Monty. Largest Vi 
tba Citf. 

Phonaa 250S and 2S06 



AMPHMM HALL 

A Perfect Palace— 739 Yate. St. 

c:omfurtkbl«. atrtctly hlih-riau, homrr 
room for entertalnme nt» of all kln-li 
Oak floor, ii x 10, for danein«. ani 
frand piano for muiUalfa Koiir hun- 
dred c.'ialri. thirty rard tablfa and 
pleictr of heat for c*r4 paniea. Lane 
kitchen. »ll*cr, iljiis MMI •sMoo for 
■elect dinners VUM llov a He . Carpol 
tor floor loT lartie Irrttirpa 

Hen u From I i j M> i rp 
Wa do all cleanlnc Man alvavs tn 
attendance for aVPOlIltlMaS SSS 

Tba Griffith 



Real Estate 



DESIRABLE RESIDENCE. 9 LARGE ROOMS. STANDING 
in 1 acre grounds, replete vtrith oak trees, shrubs, fruit trees; 
beautiful gardens; blRli position. One block to car. Terms 

•t - _....««,soo 

LINDEN AVENUEj NEAR FORT STREET, 7-ROOM 
house in excellent repair; garage and attractive garden. Splendid 
value at _ ^ 9B,9O0 

NORTH QUADRA. PRETTY LITTLE 4.ROOMED BUNGA- 
low and 2 large garden loti, 30 bearing frolt trees. Low taxee. 

Splendid view. A siiap at . g2,250 

100 ACRIC T'RODUCTIVK FAR.M U.N RIVER FRONT AT 
( Mwulian, all cnltivated; 8-room modern residence and a 6-roomcd 
bungalow; Ursc barns, with stanchions aad equipment. A revenue 
prodoccr. Price reduced to f 1B,000 

S ACRK rinCKHN K ARM. HOU.SK AND BUILDINGS FOR 
200 birds, fruit trees and barns. Ci^y water and electric light. 
On terms M.lM 

BEACH DRIVK, RKSTDK NTlAr, T.OT, GRAND SEA 
approximately 100 x 125. Price slashed in two tLaoO 



COLES, HOWELL & CO. 

638 View St- Limited Phone 65 



Mr. J. A. Grant, pra.iie icpiescn- 
tatlve of the British Columbia Uov- 
^mment. baa left Victoria for Cal- 
gary and Other asailcet polnta, where 
he win cover the pnUrles in the 
interests of British Cohmibla hortl- 

i-uMural prf>dW' !.> 

P\)r the pa.sL IaUmi" -.ears Mr. 
Grant ha.s bx'ii cii>;ii,:'-.i ' ir the 
I'vovincial Agricultural Department 
! 1 safegoarmg British Columbia 

liult growara on the prairie-, 

Mr Orant recently n;.ide a trip 
of in.«,ir< Mi '1! thiol. ttic^ ifl!' 
Nortliwe.st .Mates, studviii; .Spring 
conditions in orchards uiiJ berry 
plantations. He has already made 
i. ibUo bis findings, wbieb indicate 
tiist British Columbia grovara will 
be in a fortunate poaltlon wttb fas- 
pcct to prices at small fruits this 

Vf.ir, 

Ii^;,lded In Mr ("iranfs dtttlOS aS 

Hntlsh Columbia market represen- 
lativa on tba prairiaa is tbe supply- 
ing d marfcet newt, which wUl be 
vnt twice weekly to all newspapers 

;ii Uriti.s!! (■..lumbia during the mar - 
kr' ,::;< -ica .'in This servlc* has been 
hu'i V icgardcd by producers, not 
only in the in'^rlnr nf the province, 
but also on the c an l grow- 

appreciate being kept inlonned 
the conditions as they miM, 

SCHOFIELD ESTATE 
15 GIVEN PROBATE 

ForrnT Winnipeg Fdnratloalst. Well 
Known Here, Beqoeatha 

9njm te His HolrB 

Estates probated ' ' : - e 
Court during the pt«t k . ! iude 
that of Ftank Howard : i " id, a 
nattte of Nova Scotia and formerly 
a leading educationtoU tai Whini- 
peg, but later for many faacp a wtU 
known reaident of tbla oMr. wbo died 
on December SO. ItM. Iba Icgadas 
Include one nf 11.000 to Aaadia Uni- 
versity, w..if,-viii.\ N S., of which he 
was a Riadnn'r The value of the 
estate v .i n it J ,"7 RO.T 

Other estates probated during the 
week, and thetar respeettfa vahisa 
as sworn, are as follows: 

F^ ne.-^t Herbert Bird, late of Oak 
nay. died Mar<;h 7. 1930; $1.^,316 

A'n\finf1f'r Primrose, late < ■' 
' 1 ('i' ' .i:iiitirti v 16, 1930 t i ■1 

EUdoriis Henry Bogart. late of Vic- 
u>ria. died Maroh II, 1930; IS.2M. 

Pradarlek Alrln JaaMS Cbagwln, 
lata of Matoboaln* died Fibruary IB, 
ItM: I1J44. 



Civil ServatUs 
And Return of 
PMiblic Domain 



(Canadlao Pr«M> 

oiT AWA. April WbetbM- tbe 
etura of tba nataml naeareea ta 
t ha Prabia Prorinoea and the trans- 
fer of the RaUway Brit In the Peace 
River Block to British Columbia will 
re.>.u!t in th'' vi. holesale dismissal of 
a hiiKc iiiiii txr of civil servants. Is 
the Ki.-,t i.t a (jUf.'-i K ri that will be 
a.ske<1 of tin ( ii.vi-rnriienL on Monday 
by Mr I/-^ ii .1 1 mhier (Cons., Van- 
cr»uver KouUn. Tlxe administration 
of these resources by tba Depart- 
ment of the Interior gave employ- 
ment to a laiga oocpa of eivU 
serraats, and Mr. Ladner wishes to 
know if tbe position of these em- 
ployees wfll ka aSaeiad Ir the 
transfer. 

The V'aiicoi, fr iiifniiher alsO 
desir'^s t.> kii iA '.>.!:-i' ;•' '^'i.^i'in the 
GovenuMCii' :;, '".ck'.-it; ffir these 

civil servauLs who ouy thus be 



NEW DISTRICTS 
ORGANIZE BODIES 



Inerease 




VIENNA PREPARES 
FOR ROTARY MEET 



Profew>r •\ii(ii'>lc Ijiiige 'IVIls of 
Qreat ( otirl.'ivr In It* 1 1 < ondi- 
tlons in Aastria Today 



Good progress is being made with 
the prepanMona for the mi intar- 
natlonal Rotary convention at Vien- 
na. Austria. aocordinK to Professor 

Augaste Lanpe, of the Vi'-t i a H ^ 
tary Club, who is paying a visit to 
a number of Rotaiy abUM In Brit- 
ish Columbia 

In addre.'.«;iniT a :> ; ' .feting of 
Calgary Rotarlans, Professor Lange 
touched on praaant day conditions 
In Austria. BimanlleMd tiMt the 
popolation of Austria was now but 
I- onn 000, whereas the population of 
t!i>- prewar Austro-Hungarlan Em- 
pire had been .■)2.00n,000. The 
aftermath of t!ic «qr hf ."iRid. had 
cau.sed ffrriit i ■ ' j • imr Im- 
provement was now being made. 

Of Interest to Western Canadians 
was the professor's statement that 
the Canadian hockey team iriileh 
recently toured Europe was only de- 
feated once, and that was In Vien- 
na by a team ci),irhrd by Or niake 
Wilson, of Winnipeg who was 
taking a poRtRraduaie medical 
course In the Austrian < apitaJ. 



The hostess passed the cakes 
around. "Take your pick," she sakL 
And bar guaata oould uaa pleitaias 
too. 



Old Lady— I want some cigarettes 

for my son, I forgot what br,ind he 
smokes, but it's the one the adver- 

Uscments apeak so highly of 



Why Mothers (.row Old 

By J. H 



HAVE KIDNEYS 
EXAMINED By 



An encouraging Incrcii • • i«- 
number of Farmers' Institutes m 
the province during 1929 is noted in 
the report of tbe Superintendent of 
l^nawi' matitutea. Mr. W. J. Bona- 
via. to tha Hon. WUliaat Atkinson 
Minister of Agriculture. 

TTie numljf'r of n nt^.., n^iw In 
operation i> .sti.iwn m,s i7>4 Iwiuj; a 
Ii''' '.ri. :i-;»-e i>! iiiin^ civiT the num- 
ber for 1928. Of the new institutes 
six have been formed in Central 
British Columbia, at WlUlams Lake, 

eouston, Canlm Laka, X/ma Butte, 
IsploK, Plnantan and Kltosride in 
the Peace River district. 
Til'- (i'iM(...k ? M- MHO hidlcates 

that ,1 niiMilx'r ' ? ■ r-f. '.<.\aI W at/fM will 
b4' ! iiini'd this ',fni :ii tlic r< .ii " 
River district, where settlement is 
producing oond^jtians ra^ublng co- 
operative endeavor 

Whilst the memher.-^^hlp in 19» 
.stii.Hl a' ti 720 (oinpaf l »l'h' 

6 iM 10.>H tlie .supcrl n • ciuli-ii' 

point.s ..lit Itiat there nif im' .s-. 
mar hxstltutes with large mem- i 
txr .snips of inactive perscm aj there] 
were at one time. There are, how- < 
ever, . twaBty«*four organiaatloru ' 
with HianibarBhIpa ranging between 1 
fifty and a hmtdred. wfule seven 

instl'ri'r.t; have ()\rr 100 n rri t>i'-'. I 

.A * !\ ' >f 1 1 1".! 1 ■ 1 it (' -neef ! hi" Id 

iii ' Nf( ;!;\ri. U':!k .'v an,! .Skeena 

K!.-r ciistrKt.s, till superintendent 
s'.i'cs he was accompanied by the 
Deputy Minister, Mr. J. B. Munro, 
and the general aaristant of tba de- 
partment, Mr. A. J. ROurston. 
which latter ofBctal displayed edu- 
cational motion plctuv , .rvnous 
subjects Including t,u .-c it tie. 
poultry, sheep and wi^il p; xl ; tion. 
That thU met.hod of [I'ai.n^ infpr- 
est In co-opei a ' . 1' > nd'Mvi i\ 
predated Is evlderK«d by U\e at- 
tendance at the meetings, which 
averaged forty-eight per meeting. 

Gopher control wortc. earried on 
by tha institttta In Infested areas, 
was enoouraged by the payment of 
small grants to those organlzn' ions 

which ccMiducted eradication cam- 
paign 

Fall falr.s. field crop rompetltloiu 
and ploughing ma;.clir' uere con- 
ducted hv a number of the Insti- 
tute.s > " < .slstance from tba De- 
partment of Agriculture. 

Tlu-ough the Institute erguUsa- 
Uon, nf ty-eight purakrad bulls, four- 
teen rams and five boars were sup- 
plied to farmers throughout the 
province. Stumping powder pur- 
chajied by institutes from powder 
companicji under department ar- 
rangement ivas \fi:iif-d lit St!', tft 
and apple at Ions were received from 
3.939 farmers fi>r rebateif on 8.213 
cases, involving a refund of $30,630 
to tba aatHara. 




The Suit 

Is the Easter 
Triumph 



Y'ou May Hf Sinnitly S»<ifr*/ iii ( 



U tiethei \ ou Lkoo»e 1 itet ds or i ivUl* 

Among the dogcni and doggaa of ftKioatinf new things 

Spring tka Uttlc softiy-Uilorad auit^will be the»oit * 
favored of faahions that pamdc down the .^venue Easf<r 
morn. Superbly tailored • • . yet in perfecttttsne . 

-4*' 

with the feminine feeling . . . and it'a amasittgKkw 
each one can be so iihlividual. Everyone can ynMlfJt0$% ; 
new little stiita and, what'a more, cvetj'fvnrt womaaj 
it going to. ' _ 

$22,50 to $76.00 



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1 9 JO Wardrobe 
Mu$t Boatt 



Blouses! 



a lilcssiiig, always 
go anywhere, but 



Suits arc 
ready to 
only if you have a goodly 
supply of r.Iou^es always on 
hand. A line selection awaits 
yott here ta smart mcNdcla» 
with aad whboat sleeves. 

$3,73 lo $18,00 



Distinctive 
Coats and 
Frocks for 
Easter 

With Easter only a few days av^ay 
—the selection of yottr aew Coat or 

Frock is most important— and at 
"Campbell's" you will hnd a most 
varied and splendid showing of the 

newest Spring modes — at priceg 
that will prove most interesting. 

* ^/i*/ ><ii "' Hundker- 

lolvd Smtx 

You'll be surprified and delighted 
with the new "Duboii" Silk 'Kerchief 
~larger than a woraaa's, smaller 
than- a man's — end just tlie right 
sice to tuck in your suit pocket or 
tailored bag. Priced at fl.S5 



Angus Campbell 6c Co^Ltd. 

1008-10 tKWfeRNll£NT STKIET 




VETERAN MEMBERS 
WILL BE HONORED 



naleraal Order of Eaglee ta 
Thirty -First 



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OAK BAY 



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US I OH SKAKKONr RFSIDENCES AND LOTt 
SF'LENDin VIBWS 

Ti,» vl,.w In the vielnlly of ih- f>,» B,, ).,.,,| ron»lrt»rM on# of (ha b»t 

n ti . wnrld Thla Inaura* thr vkIu* of ll, . i rillHT rooms Sltuatcil 

on two lota, worth tS.OOO. Full alaed^ briiht alrj b.^wmrnt conlalni,,, ruina 

drawlns-room with Unr o^n 
0*»« b*er««m. bath and toilet 

Mk. UMtam. latw 



maa's roeoi. Orsnlta foundaueo. 
ftrvvlam. biiiI Frvnrh (toAri tnt« 

.... , , < ( 

W«U aarlta rrl«* ••I.<'<1 %M mw 



WHY PAY RENT? 



Two «-4.m for I ft hi* tnur rnnm hfinfalnwt. 
rondltlon. E<r«ll<>nt loU and loratinn 
SS.4Se. Tcrmi 

Krcfllant flvr-reom buncalow 
Pric* tS.liO. Term*. 



C>n» U prirrit 



Ith full-tlzrd ctmrnt b»' 



»i<l In tplMidtd 



Aii-rooa bovaa. In fir»t oUm 1oe«tlon. rc^uuios a liitu -loing up 
Tproin- 



l-uc* I3JSS. 



■ Pemberton & Son * 

■ 62S Fort 8t I'hcme iSH I 



offers many wry nttrarttva gltes |n 
natiiTAl siirrfnindingn with eeafrialage 

commanding a idagnttjcant vlaw of 



QIEENSWOOD 

Ham Btralfa. It U In rlo«o proximity to the centra a( tba t^' W^A 

la to ao ^Kta^'^alMins'' '"^ paaaab ftan'l tas 

«• telophona. 




1 ake Salta to Waah Xidaaya if 
BMk Pitaa Yo« or 
Bladder Bothtfg 

Plush your kidneys by drinking a 
quart of water each day, also take 
.salts ocra.<donally, .>;avs n notM 
authrnlty. who tellA u.s that too 
much rich food forms acUls which 
.11 most paralyze the kidneys In their 
'^rrorU to expel it from tba bkxtd. 
Hiey baeoma aUiggisb and weaken; 
then you may suffer with a dull 
iniiMtry In the kidney rhrton, sharp 
.•>»ins In the bafk -i ii 'leadache, 
d'.r/lnev voui •'omnc.'i soum, 
t''iifc!iii ...HtPd nod when Uie 
weather Is bad you have rheumatic 
twinges. The urine gate eloudy. full 
of sediaMttt, tbe ehannals often get 
Kore and Irritalad. obliging you to 
seek rehaf two ar ~ 
the night. 

T" hr'.\i n»'\i ' . :i 1' / ■ ' ^ « ' g 

ld< ti, t.rlji ( lpau.i>» '■■ t ;'l!»eys 

v« ■' K'^t four our>cea of Jad Salts 
i:i any pharmacy here; take a 
tableepoontul in a glass of water 
before breakfast for a few dav». and 

■. ( "ir It Idne- > .'n:< v " I'-i b; • '' • 



MILK CONSUMPTION 
NEARLY DOUBLFn IN 
PAST EIGH T Y£AKS 

nurlng tba past eight faaia 
domestic milk consumption per 
capita hns practically doubled In 
Canada The d^iry and cold 
storage branch ,t the Dominion 
Department of Agriculture attrib- 
utes this Increase to the growln-s' 
demand of tbe sweat milk trade 
and to tba fawreatfnr papalarity of 
Ice cream. Oanada'S exports of 
dairy products have declined ma- 
terially, and this has been due in 
part to the in' r^a.^ing domestic 
consumption un'\ pnrt to the 
large niimh«>'<! i.^; : '.iiHllty milch 
co-^ - >,) ' ; . !„.. , aold to 
United states buyers and gone out 
of the eoHBlrjr. to thk 
it is nolad tbat there 
proalmately IM.OM fewer 

1<)3g 



oows in Canada in 
were fn 1927 ( n- 
are realising the r .. . 

of 'hn -.ituaflon, however 
sa if >. ' : '■: • 
now reported. 




dlan dafrvmen 



and ie«, 
are 



:.1 .r i. 
it lird ■'. 



to tMs pirtjjre, 

't nifn-r alriTiK 

he's going to be 



rtrTi.-i'! ,ia;''u ', iiin.lr '..in i i 
r ijrn[w». i»"i!on r ((irr:- 

ii'hu Hiid hsK been used 
■•ir« 1(1 he![> fluAh and 
Ute aiuggiah kidneys, alao to 
trallae the adds to tba sjalaw ao 
no longer irritate, tboi tftan 
relavlng bladder weakncm 

.'ad "^'.t''-^ k '.\\r-\^,rT - r ,at j,, 
i Injure and makes a delightful efler- 



Jud§mmU U dwen in 
Albion FUkmrim SmU 

In tli' Ml- of K.!-*.\r(! Krt.nebfTg 
et al. agalivst the Albion Plabsrlea. 
I Mmlted, and the Canadian tWfttaig 
oorperatkm. Jwdgmanf In faaar of 
tbe plaintiff In tba traa af tbair 
atotaiMnt of elalm as to ownenblp 
of the machinery In question, was 
h*nded <1"« r< In the Riipr»me <''"irt 
\-e^t«^d»v by < hlrf .luj»f.lri» Ania. 
Vt'r-Uon Mr (' II ' > I la 1 1. >r a r , « »<, 
.-•i.r f.i- tti»« piam' f Mr [< H 
intt '. i' ;! '■' Aitiimi Fi<,h#>'-i»'^ »iid 

i Mr. A. U Maclarlane, tLC^ for (be 



Members of the Victoria Aerie No. 
12, Fraternal Order of Kaglr '*ill 
commemorate their thh ;. i n 
tiiversary on Wednesday night at 
their headquarters, 1319 Oovem- 
asMt Sttaatk tag boidii« a Vatarans' 
MlgM Obua hi wblcb fooriaan of 
their members who have baan in 
good standing for twantf-ona yaars 
will be praaanlad witb a mwan'a 

b. it ton 

In honor of the vetsrana the 

aerie is hoping to have a dass of 
thirty-one new members, one for 
eaduyaar of tbe organisation's ex- 
istence. Bach station during the 
evening will be' held by ona of tbe 
past presldettts,- and Mr. J. M. 
Hughes, first pcasldantk win aeeopg 

the chair 

FolIowiiiH I lie meetinK b .''X-lal 
and entert,-\)inii'nt will t>e held and 
the c'.mn ' fv in charge of Mr. 
Charles Jasper, a past president. 
The meeting will oommanea at 7:30 
o'clock, followed by Inltlatiow at t 
o'eloek. and tba soeial wfll 'com- 
mence an hour later. 

The members to be honored are 
as follow.s Me.ssrs K H Pollard, 
E. P. Burch I Montobble. J. Bour- 
ger. F Tonln. .1 Willlamhurst, D. 
P. Cou.slnc;. A .Sobrtst, T. C, An- 
drews. W. Olllespie, F. James, J. 
sarslat^ A. fiadlar. J. McKajr and 
nrst Waitbgr AraMaat j. m 
Hogbaa. 

aOCOII TRADfDfG 



Grace 



Something new in exhibition 
' «ik is being developed in connec- 
tion with the Canadian educational 
exhibit at tbe forttidomtag Worids 
Oongram at the CrysUl Palace at 
London next July. It Is literally a 
training school for ' >fi rv The 
Instructor will be a f .!,,, i n ;">ul- 
try expert who In .' ii,*cr 
ruitlonal Kurre.«.K In the .showing of 
prise poultry HK puplU will be 
some sixty of the finest birds of the 
R.O.P. and registration stock it is 
to flnd m Canada Fine as 
sow are, little imperfec- 
tions of stance, glance or style will 
be corrected And when the training 
-^1lr.se is complet#»d thf>y will Bi't>«'i 
ajs near perfection as It Is [Ki-slhli* 
to attain At the Congrf.ss Iheae 
birds will know how to look, how to 
act. and some Of tbsm at least win 
imow bow to aaaw al |aM OM stibl 
time, 



Getting Up 

I^JIorlaf-C: if vt«i suffer fr an 
ti-ifkarhr hun.iiiK 
leg pains. Krnarting. or frequent 
night and day rails, due to func- 
tional bladder irritation, try Cystex 
'pronounced Blaa-taa). UMd bf mU- 
iione. Trade-awifead fta » aaomrtes. 
works fast. Oat Cmlan Mm your 
diugrtat for eariy Me. S ft doeen t 
quidQr fta yoa «p to your eomptete 



f.rn r HrT«HrN»iON. rrfUn* 



won n Mf 1 1 <ir> 



TrsM. 



The Craftsmen Co., Ltd. 



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arEciAUis IN MODKR^azINa 
B«f ConT*rt«<] Into Aptrtmenli Return 
PlMM aa« a s t lia t ss Olasiy ytiralshsd 



Do You Intend to Build? 





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Oak Bay Lots 



Lota on St. Lulie, Montieth, Lincoln and other streets in 
Oak Bay jiold at from $200 to $400 per lot three years ago. 
I ' 'I.iv tlir same lots are selling at from $600 to $800 per 
lot— An incraaaa of from 100 to 200%. 

U K n ELI EVE there will be aimilar ad van<e<< on other 
Oak Bay ttreet.<t which are now cOtning into favor. \V c 
hare lota auttahle for all claaatf of homea at from $200 
11 1>. and on terms gg tktjf M $100 CMh and the babncc 
at $10 per month. • i' 

Onr advleg (gnd We know whgt we are utking about i 

is to 





Buy Oak Bay Lote 

NOWi 

when prices are low. We havf made a complete itudy 
of Oak Bay lota. Wc invite 700 to mak« use of tht.« 
i<oowi«dfe. 



Alfred Carmiciiael &Co.,Lu. 





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Ddi/K Coiomst 



BrtAblHted UMl 

PrlBtti^ and PublUhtqi 

Limited LUbiUty. 



J. L. Tait. Budaaw Muacar 



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■■ I wiilp CI Wi tUUm ^QHi1« mad MaU la MUleU 
^Contlcnoui to Vietorta, StnM by Ootaolil 

city Carriers: 
Tearly _ |12(«) 

M'ii;th!v _ . 1 00 

All Buljscrlptiori rates payable In advance. Mali fub 
MfttMl tn t ( ()iK>Kt«r1 to make all r(>mtttiBMi iHNCt 

to Thf Dally Ooloni«t. 
SabKrlb^rs in ordering chaiife of addrew abould tie 
putlcutor to fftvt boUx old and neir 

•ubKHpttoB tmm try mu; 
T¥ OMMida. Great Brttain. th« United 

Mexico, except dutrteta abovt: 

ytarlv . ^ $6 00 

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MATIONAL BKOAllCASTIiNG 



Thf radio Is rfcoRnlsied .is a poworful liiflu- 
eucc ui educaUou and piupagaiida wurk ol dtl 
f«Nnt kind*. Tlie propoial nofw U to nationallz'^ 

bn)adi'a.'--t iti^.: in the Ddnitninii on the ba.sis ol 
recujui»eiidaliun« made by iho Aird Comnu5:iiun 
Thai BMuir thftt the F*d«r«I Oovernmtnt will 
»cq;ilrn ;;n rdurat loiial Jintriinicnt which it can 
use thruughuul lite length and breadth ol the 
eountry. In Qoftntmni handa, thh radio win 

be used for Pducritlnnnl purposes It is a qucs 
tlon it Uieu the Federal authorities will nut b ■ 
lafringtoff on prorinelal rights. XhOm the Brlt- 

l.sli Nnrt)! ArjiTica Act th" pinviiiccs arc qivcn 
the rejuiation of the;r educational piubiein.>. 
ThoM proUcite mtght be Intoncined Iqr a con- 
flict with the purpo.sc uf national broadcasfli!;; 
lor there U hardly a queiitiun Uiat L/iere wUl b ■ 
•dueatkmal p wn ra mmaa onUtfnttf from Ottawa 

Whatever Cnvv'>rnm'>nt l.s In power will rndcav i. 
to mould the popular nilud to its advanugo 
The more ao wUl thia bo the ease with » Oov«n- 
ni-iif headed by Mr Hackenzle Klnp; who sav- 
that, he would not give a five cent piece to any 
Tory Oovemmeni" for the purpoee of unenploy- 

nent rcl*'' 'y-r. i T '^T" ' "t rorti]'*'''' 

a new note ol diaharmony irv Conlederation by 
his latest utterance. He may Introduce another 

by th? Inst' - ;..\ticr,Al broadcftstinj? whir!, 
^uld operate in a way that would be an in- 
Mnferaent of prevlnelal rights. 



The debt whidi i.s owed to Ri it:>!i Ix-nd!; ildci-v 
by defaulting Southern States ol the United 
atates amounts in capital to $390,000,000. With 
■tcumulated Inlercsi since liic time the loans 
wcrp repudiated the total now stands at a sum 
in tlie neighborhood of $1,000,000,000. The ques- 
tion of this indebtedness Is raised from time to 
time, but nothing Is done. The individual States 
Of the American Union are guaranteed financial 
Independence under the Eleventh Amendnim; 
of the Federal Constitution, which means that 
tlie British bondholders cannot carry their cas( 
to the Si^reme Court of the United States. Tlie 
United StRt?s Government has recovered its 
aharo of debts owed by the Southern States and 
a proposal has now been put forward In the 
Hou.^f^ of I/^rrl', that the Ani'^rican Oovernment 
sliouid b2 asked to pay the British claimants and 
then recover from tliu ludivldual States. 

The only reason ever given for repudiation 
of these debt* was that the enieiprueo on which 
.the money had been spent pretved unremunera- 
tlve. The Stal. s i riuf^'^tlnti are now prosperous. 
Lord Limerick, m speaking on the aubject in the 
Mouse of Lords, suggested that these States should 
be able "to raise themselves above the moral level 
of r.useia, the only other State which had repu- 
dtated Its debts." The British atUtuds does not 
sufTgest that there should be any llnklnR up of 
this question with the repayment of War DebU 
to the milted States. The latter are being paid 
punctUlo\i.sly The debts owed to British bond- 
holders by the Southern States were incurred 
nlneiy years aga rb» sltnatton Is that the 
American Oovemment has no power to make 
the defaulting States pay and no inclination to 
assume liabUlty far those debts. There is approxi- 

nialc'.y a billion dollars at r.take While It 
remains at stake the British estimate of the 
nnanolal ys ctttu ds of ttM Amsrlcaa paopte Is 



A PAGE FBOM mSTOBT 

Some of those who saw the talking picture 
"Disraeli." when recently shown In this com- 
munity, have spec iii.i ted on ho-v i lnsc to fact 
was the plot which centred on the purchase of 
a controlling mterest In the SttH CMmal by the 
British (i'lve: ninont. The plofc Varl' ' ; I 
ciabiv front v.hui actually happened and tiierc 
«r. iniaRinary episodes introduced. supposMly for 

tli^ purpose of stage cfT''( ' l* i iiiobab!'- tl'.at 
the facts were conveniently, forgotten, or never 
known, by the fabricators of the film melodrama, 
althoiiHh 'Ix'y HI'' iil ioily set forth n; r.nckle's 
"Life of Disraeli. " The talkies, when depicting 
history, could very well explain. In the interests 
ofednrati n hoA, fai 'in leviatc from the 
truth. If thr-y (lid, then the educative Influence 
of the film miRht be greatly Increased. The story 
of the purchase of the Siiea Canal shares has 
ttrri t old succlntly recently by Mr. Sidney Low. 

Hi' sh>8: 

"On Sunday cvf-ntoK, November 14, 1875, 
Frederick Greenwood, the editor of The Pall Mall 
(Jazelte. wa.s informed by Henry Oppenhelm. a 
financier wltli large Egyptian interest t! at the 
Khedive was negotiating with a French syndicate 
f ir the sale of his 177,000 Sues Canal nhares On 
the foUowing morning Greenwood rHiiori i,ord 
Derby at the Foreign Of&ce, told him of the 
proposed French purchase, and suggested that 
the British Oovemnirnt, should buy the .shares 
i*seir It was from Oreenwood tnat this bold 
i nd sajjaclous piopusitlon came In the first 
Instance, and Disraeli at once ie< .jKni/.cd it^ 
value nut it is only fair to remember that the 
['rime Minister had been paying close attention 
to the Suez Canal for s .:n> une In the Spring 
of 11- previous year 'IH'ii' iiaron Lionel de 
liothsciuld s son had bcm sent to Paris to inti- 
mate to Lesseps that the British Oovernment 
mlRht be prepared to buy the entire Sues Canal 
property outright on suitable terms. This sugges- 
tlSB Lesseps declined, hoping to get French 
r ipit lUsIs to relieve the concern of its .serlo\i8 
(inam lal dlfTlcultlea uppenhelm's disclosure 
could noi have greatly surprised either the Prime 

Mil I'^ter or tiie Rothschilds, though probiblv 
Uiey did not know until Greenwood told Uicni 
lhafc the arrangement with a Frsoflll syndteate 

was iust about to be completed 

Greenwood was at Uie Foreign Ofllce on 
Mbnday. November 1ft. On the Wednesday 

Disiaeh obtained the a«.srni of ]i\s f.'abfnet to 
Ihc proposed purchase. Montagu Cjrry, the 

trima HHklstifll 



THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA. B.C. bUNUAV. Ai'KIL 6, 1930 



Jte Qostt and toM taitm BothsehUd 

that the Prime Minister wanted £4.000.000 at 
once. 'What U your security?' asked Rothschild. 

British aofemmsnt.' replied Cocry. *Tou 
shall have the money,' was the answer. A week 
later the contract was signed at Cairo, and un 
day the Khadtvtfb 
at tlia British Consulate.** 



SOOBIOB AND MATBBIAUSM 



Au article In Scribner's Magazine by Dr. R. A. 
iifUllkaii. a renowed selantlst. deals wfth the 

•subject of .scleni-e and materialism. A century 
ago, he iiays, physics coiislsted of six distinct, 
sharply separated depaflmsttti — SMehanlcs, 
molecular iihyslcs, heat, sound, light and elec- 
triplty. Then it was discovered that heat is not 
a substanee by simply meleeular motion. Next 
( am- the knowledge that radiant heat and light 
are the s^me phenomenon. Following that was 
the dlsooverr that eleelrts «ave phcnmnena are 
IndlstinguLihable from light and heat save for 
wave length. Another partition to go was that 
between currant ctoctrtatt^ and matter-physics, 
this went when electric currents were found to 
be the motions of electrons. Now matter and 
ettier waves are fused (tp f i ai s r .In^ Bhieteln's 
equati(ni and thus ether and maUff becdna In- 
distinguishable terms. 

Dr. MiHik»« dslcl what all this means and 
says in reply that there is "an inter-relatedness, 
a unity, a oneness about the whole of Nature, 
and yet ttUl an amaalng mystery. Is It at all 
likely la the ll^hl of that history that we can 
long maintain airtight compartments separating 
ether (or matter, wbielMiver you will), from life 
and mind''" H" Roes on to point to another 
finding of modern pliysics. Man, he says, has 
looked Inside the atom, a body onc-mllllonth the 
diameter of a pnihend He his found an Infi- 
nitely small nucleus one-ten-tliousandth the 
diameter of the atom and arranfed about It as 
m;inv .i . nin 'v two electrons <ln urarrium), 
each playing lU appropriate role in the sym- 
metrical, co-ordinated atomic system. He has 
looked Inside that nueleu.s and counted in 
uranium exactly 338 pOsltlvei> and Hti negatives, 
and he has found ttiat the atom changes to 
something cl.-e if any one of these po,':itlves or 
negatives drop out. He haii watched the inter- 
play ol radlatim upon thsse eleetrons and found 

everywbara amazing orderllnes.s " in other words. 
Dr. MniWW P shows how Nature s game by rule 
produces "the extraordbMqr ooapUsatad spec- 
trum of a sub tance lUW Iron," for example, and 
It is unbelievable thl^ thsia eomplicated rules 
never faU to predict sMeUy the dbasrved results 

The livhic: cell is even more complex than the 
atom, "with many parts each performing ils 
function necessary to tha Ufa of tha whole." 
Man Jia.i f Ml I . , well, spiral nebulae a million 
light yeap away and there also system and order. 
In view of these flndlats Dr. MlUlkan asks: 

• After all tliat, is there any one who still talks 
about the materialism of science? Rather does 
the scientist Join with thd psalmist of thousands 

of years a^^' in reverently proclalmlncr 'the 
Heavens declare the glory of God and the Firma- 
ment sheweth His handhrork*. Tha Ood of Sci- 

I'nrc i., the spirit of rational ni der .uu! .irder'.v 
development, the integrating factor in tlie world 
of atoms and of ether and of Ideas A n^pC duties 

and of in''M!lp,cn(-e. MalartAttsm Ig.fHMir BiOt a 

slA of modern science." 



Note and Gmviient 

By R. B. D. 



Whv I n«lil uiioii 11, ij Iheni* 

LlDiU m> eyclidt wiU uo luuacr wm 



There u> some itplrU in the man 
all. If he cannot flsht gallant- 
ly, bs esn at iSMk sasM vMsosly 

»heii arou.sed to conscloivsucia of t!ie 
weaknees of his position and tlie 

cal vulnerability of that p>Bltlon 
Rt. Hoo. wmUm Lyon Mackenzle 
Kln« has aiads one ef the meet ex- 
traordinary speeches ever delivered 
in the Canadian House of Commons. 
He' has admitted that IbSie is an 

unemployment question In Canada, 
although qualifying the admlaslon 
with a dsdaiaMoB that unaatploy- 

meiit in not a new question, Ina.'s- 
much at It Is a que:itlun wlUch Is 
asMd <tariBg praeOfiaOy evary Win- 
ter 



the spteneUc outburst ef tbS 
aslsr to the House ti 



Advi$e$ FarmerB 

To (]ut Acreage 
5oujn to Wheat 



mmm will 

CONTINUE WORK 



Separate locorporation of MAlnland 

•f SHnrttma to Be 



Under llic du.pcn:..!; i - . proposed fajT - Ml. 
Ramsay MacDonald Great Britain Is tha aiUy 
nation among the Great Powers which has no 
new naval construction proposals it is the only 
Power aeflacttng to replaaa obsolete and worn- 
out vessels. This Is a poBey of unilateral dis- 
armament: it is the painhle wh; h the Labor 
Government is willing to take with the sec^^rltty 
of the British Empire. 

rUJE lliMt iO ADNtKTISE 



There is a eurlous idea which dominates the minds 
of soaae petqde that the time for advartislag a psr- 
Ueular product Is wben the maitst price ie geed as 
the result of a strens demand, and that tt Is futile 
to advertise when priMS are lew. The faet Is that 
there is no partteular season for advertising, and. for 
the be:U results the pi ifli.i t n; que.stion imi.st be kept 
before the public eye a; b11 tini»'.s Riii nl! .■^en.snni 
When the nuirkrt is good r\'l\ f i * is'.n'.- ' .i:', lirlp to krpp 
up the demand , when It is tia.! ii cwi ;( <.si.st in < reaMng 
ft bett?i (ieniHMci Ind^''i. it !.■< wtien tbuitrs are ioolc- 

ing bad that there U the greatest need for adverUslog 
' Ttanae (Oerlon). 



Objseto imperfectly discerned take 
hope of the eebaldsr.— Dr. 



fmm the 

• 

<^icn scientists work for pecuniary motiVW their 
brain power win flag and beoome storlle."— <1 
Ouite. 



"In any esiiinnte of the power of a country we ftnd 
the chief asset iu RpiMtimi values."— Oalvia OeoUdge. 

The Weathm 

Meteo rologica l Ogee. Vtetarla. at • pm., April S. im. 
FRBOIFXTATION AND TBIIPBtATURJES 

' Rain Min Max. 

Victoria — . 1? 

Vancouver ....^.....^....J......... .3S 

Kiimioops ....... ................ tmee 

Prince Oeorge ... ^.i......^.. 

Batevan Point ......^m....<^.......> trace 

Prince Rupert M 

Allln ...... ........ 

DawKon . . 

Seattle ^-..^ JQI 

Portland JL 

San Francisco ... .. .. 

Spokane . — .. 

Los Angeles 

Pentlcton ....... .- 

Vernon .... . .. 

rirand ForiES ................ — .... — 

KaSlO . ........................ ■ mmmm mm 

Cranbroek ..........*........«....««• *. 

Oalgaiy — ..- ............ .. 

Bdmonten 

Swtft ruiTent . 

Prince Albert . ................ 

Qu'Api->elle ......... 

Winnipeg .oa 



4.S 


b2 


46 


52 


4S 


62 


as 


B« 


40 


80 


3« 


48 


26 


36 


24 


26 


52 


64 


M 


74 


»3 


1% 


m 


n 


m 


g6 


4S 


61 


44 


56 


36 


61 


43 


SS 


42 


S6 


as 


a 


M 


H 


St 


dl 


11 


H 


90 


66 


34 




3S 


46 



Victoria and VleinHr-Ugbt ta 
generally fair and mOder. 

Vnnrniivrr nnd Vicinity -Partly 
n I : : I occasional showtis> 

SATQilUr 

Minimum . . 66 

Average 41 

MmUnum on i- .... H 

Oeaarai stii'- ' ''omi. .is iMb> 

S r.At. YVKAIHLK Rt.rORTS 

Vtoteria— Baromster, MJO; wind. S.. 4 miles; cloudy. 
vanriBinai Bsismslw. I»M; wbid. B.. 6 mflof : raia- 

I'^S 

Kami ig6 BsiMBglir. IIM: Wind. A. If mtss: 

cloudy. 

Prinoc quag I IsiMBtsi, fliA: wind, s., « adiM: 

fair. 

Pritioe Rupert— Bammetvr. 90.04: wind. 8Jt. S nrfiss: 

cloiirty 

R<!»evi»n riMiil rXBroino''! 10 wmd 8K 4 mile^, 

I'-4'f>'> !i Tli»o.inel<*i' 10 IB K 

Portland— BaroBMter. W.14. wind. W„ 4 
•wt^jjjawmaj^^ It 

etoudy. * " * 



16 mUei, 



But the question of lUMmploy- 
ment at tbe present time eannot 
be satisfactorily answered any more 
by the quotation of Bialislicjs ofB- 
clally complied by the Oovernment 
Labor Department. Pasts are mere 

potent than figure so t'.ie Premier 
admits unemployment; he even ad- 
mits a eortaln responsibility liy the 

Oovernment for unemplovment , he 

even admits InfereaUally that un- 
der esitalB eenditloia the Oovern- 
ment aslgbt do somethlni; for the 
relief Of the imemployed; but as 
the «jnditksM are unsatisfactory 

the (..iivernmsnt CSB d* BethlBg for 
the uuemptofsd. 

• • • 

TTie unsatl.sf.ir'nr',- r:\nd''t Ion ^ f-e 

that tliere are too many Conserva- 
tive oneimnieats te charge «t the 

ttlTair.s of the prov!r.r-o He .-^u^ 
pects that the Provuiclul Ccuiserv<i< 
tive O ovsraaaents aie basdy adopt- 

Joi political purposes, and lie ve- 
bemeBtty declares that not os>e cent 
of money from the Dominion 
Treasury shall be devoted to the 
purpose of esslBHiig Toey Gtovem- 

iii''nfj^ in their hn^e ji'irp^.'^'^ nf 
diicrediLmg the Rt. Hun. WiUiaia 

Lyen Maeksnila King and his per» 

feet novernmrnt. But It is the un- 
employed, not the base rory Qov- 
emmants tt tbe piuihims, vrho are 

asklns; fot r''!ief Tlie base Tory 
GovenuiienU cctlainiy are not seek- 
ing to raid the Domlakm Tr eas u ry 

for pohtlml ni»iti7,an purposes. If 
the Dominion Uovenmicnt WSTC to 

come to the esristawie of ths un- 
employed the irenev VOtCd fOT that 
purpoee would probably not be han- 
dled at an by the provmces. it 

mii?ht he distributed JoinMv In the 
provinces and the •municipalities, 
Which have been more active in 

calling attentiOR to the existing 
circumsuneas than the provUices. 
•0 that the poattton so thonght- 

le,'vi!\' Rdonted nnd .-o violently de- 
fended by the Premier is absolutely 

unsenad dsd s iin is nisr biHfmstbit 

• • • 

The wrath of the Premier, hew- 

U not at '!:'- I onjsequenee.s at- 
to the weakness of his posi- 
tlea on the qase tl tp eC wwiploy- 

n-ent which Is meMly a matter of 

minor pouucsi Importance. It is 
the wseknsm of the peeltlea or a 

Ooverii;nent faciuR a Kene-nl rler- 
Uon upon matters of major import 
that has ptuduc ed the eati aoT din ary 

verl;;il otitburRt In Parliament. Tlie 
Qovenunent has not a cent to spend 
for tha rsUer of unemployment 

through the as.sumed agenele.i of 
l ory Provmdal Oovenunaats; but it 
has mlBUBs ta spend for purposes 

eia nana of the business of 
any OSMdIaa Oovernment. It Is 
gttag to spend or to lose between 

torty and fifty ndlllon dollars for 
the quixotic purpose of helping to 
eaforee psoMMtlon In the OBiicd 
States Just nt a time when the 
United states is on the pomt of 
passing messuret direetly slaied at 

the deStVUSlNa SC b«SlB66B Bl OStt- 

ada 

The policy of the King Oovern- 
mwt on the question of prohllrttton 
in tbe United SUtes i> ■ ' U- 

coosldered pelloy even of uie King 
Government or of a majority of the 
p.irh-iririi'at V Supporters of that 
Oovenunent. It is the individual 
policy of Mr. King, adopted on the 
demand or < i Canadian news- 
popers, notably on the dswand of 
The Terento Oloke and The Mani- 
toba Pree Press, both of whloh 
newspapers have been somewhat 
wobbly during reeSnt yean in their 
adherence to Llberallam and their 
devotion to the vagarious principles 

pursued by the King Oevimaient. 

• • • 

The price demanded, presumably, 
for the loyal support of thone news- 
papers, both of which have beoome 
fanatical In their leal for reforma- 
tion by act of i )i , . eni v^as that 
the Owvenuaent ahould apply the 
prohibition law of the united States, 
to the limit of lfJ» Jurlndirtlon and 
aMUty, to ths Dominion ol Canada. 
The Pre mi er promised to pay the 
prir* domanded, whatever the 
or the coaiequences. Thus the 
poUey adopted by the King Govern- 

■tent is aat the i ' >' n majirlty 
of tbe SMBBkors U the King Gov- 
Tt te the peBef or tbe 
iltion Canada, a small 

minority of the Canadian people. 
The Premier iiillMs new that H is 
not a popular policy, that it ts i 
foolish poUey conalderti^ the atn 
tvie or tSs XJfOm mates to oar 

ada, and th« ' " -ni:! .; <!,' 
trously upoD ths (iovenunsnt at 



THE rOI.ONIHT IN \KW Vr»RK 

'IT)' ("' imitnl t'. d»livcr»»(l to the 
prtncloal New 'h niit !iotrl"i on order 
ealy, by the Long Acre Newspaper 
DsBvaty. Ordsr mar ke 
the Mall Olsst of 



JKUJLOOB. Sask.. AprU 5.— Re- 
ta Sasfcatchewaa's wheat 
should be advised by tbe 
United PaiTfwrs of OSnada, BaS- 

katrhewan Section, according to a 
rteobiUon forwarded the central 
board by the executive of Jelllcoe 
local. The renolutlon, puMied unani- 
mou'^y, suggeated that the U P C 
make an appeal to wheat growers 
of the pnvtoee for smaller ao n age. 



i NKW WF.H'l'MIN.srEH April B.— 
I 8ei>arat<" Incorp nation of tlir malo- 
I land potato eonunlltie of direction 
i wUl be undertaken and iliLs inarke: - 
! iTig organi/*tlon will eairy on coim 

pletely in charge of its own ariiin\ 
I acoordii^ to ioformattoa obuoued 

here. 



Ka MtM to tb» Cdttw vfB 

Si eeeeewMeaa*'"*' 

SEYMOUR NARROWS 
AUTOMOBILE ROAD 

Sir,— Information as to the ad- 
vantages of the above routo Is wiiat 
some of your readers dsubtlsss de- 
sire. (The oeet of bridges, road, etc., 
was dealt wlA In last Sunday's Col. 
onlst I Others will .say "Why can- 
not tbe work be undertaken with- 
out so nmcti beinif wiitten about It?" 
'Itie answer i.s that public support 
Is required If every person on the 
island favored the proieet and at 
the same thae made no effiort to 
display whole-heartod support, the 
.oeciirltif of flnanelal aid will be 

delayed 

"In whflt can we ,stiox our 

aiiproviil'' ' H\ wi itliiK letter!, to Itie 
papers, ulso b\ uii^inK Uiat Die \vo?k 
bo undertaken Frllou ihi.s up by 

interviewing the head of our Pro- 
vtaetad Oevemment along the same 

lines and our municipal govern- 
ments on the Island: also make use 

of ;,<iur uifluence at Ottawa: in fact, 

ji'ii forth every effort to acconipllsh 

til" one !T.-eal end, ihr landinR uf 
Itie ■.M'deili (^ii!l''t to ''le I'eaCC on 

Vancouver I.sl.md 

The BriUsb PacUlc feU down be- 
cause e( lack of whole hearted sup- 
port (capital was ready) that should 
have been fflven that jrrett publlc- 

splnted lUAi, ^\:, ■ ..a> a; rhe f.^a- 
of the undertaking, We still iiave 

the routo and ew ij Fl lriu B In our 

f H\(1I 

TiiL- ijiie.ti.in vMll li'- asked by 
those ready and having the means. 
"Do the public of Vancouver 
Island approve of the undertaking, 
and WW they give their suppertt" 
If the repi- No • then you more 
than doui)ie tie difficulties of the 
situation Ml flic eves of the finanelal 
heads to whom I tmne the niatter 
win be suhini'trfi in a ■Itt' Mine 

Hie Dominion Goveriuneut, the 
Prevlnelal Oorsmneat and the 
municipal governments on the 
Xstand will be e x pected to extend 

nld toward.s tlie project, and they 
will extend that aid If all who are 
living on Vaiieouver I.^Iand do their 
pari towards lielping the matter 

The building of an autooaobUe 
road via Seymour Ifairews Is within 
our reach and ean be amde an ac- 
complished faet if we do our duty 

In tt,c matter Rallwavs wi!! follow 
U we hulM ttie nutomobllr ro.id 

'iOll Will Oil fl A tew I'M',: 'it' - 

lecturs wlio can d > mure h.irri, ifi .i 
ria\- to upset anv K">'ii pr"|iu'.it i>'ii 
than they can do good m a whole 
year towards helping any forward 
moveme n t to buUd up our etty. 

Hire are a few erguments you 
can Piiike iL-e of to l,ri;) the good 
work aioT.t: 'I tie .se , nio'.u Narrows 
road I.'* th" slm t' s' hikI en ie>' o. 
build, with io-.v Krudes, tlie ori,> 
route comiiminK two essential r"i;nts 
that appeal to the tourists, the fui- 
est marine and scenic views to be 
found to Oanada. The oeol. bracing 
air of the Oeast ts appsaUng. and 
will be preferred to the heated in- 
land route. In building this road, we 
stiHi; d " ."wmethlnR townrd.s lielping 
tlie pji'ient Bettler.s a' iS;ivwaiil, as 
we sh'-'l build al)'"ii five iiiUes of 
road they ( an make u.se of Tlie 
Governmei ' .' rjuld fUiish the re- 
malnlnder there by giving relief to 
them. 

I am obtaining a series of 
photogfMhIe slides, showing every 
mUe M ths rauto and other 
information that will be used at a 

public nv e'ilii' '.vlilf :i T lli'pe Id hold 

smm. At sJiH' in<»etuiK v.Mi will be 
told plainly liow \ou haw fjeen de- 
ceived bv mtr.eftted pai Ue.s who 
have worked and are workliiR now 
to kasp from public view the won- 
darfal asset we en this island possess 
by hsidlag the key to the only proper 
southern outlet to the Peace. If we 
do not land this prise, thereby ee- 
euring the trade for Vancouver 
Iriand* tt will be our own fault. 

R. T. WILLIAMS. 
9.14 View Street. VMail(,aa» April 

run I Of I yt I) (.»t MN's 

leaditiK HMd <!i>< \ nlng 
the price of ulieal. Hour and bread, 
the thought occurred to me. uliv 
not have a thorotigh Inqulr into 
the exhorblUnt prices cliar8;<'c, not 

only of the above, but also of all 
fMd griUnk 

T got ao satisfactory answer from 
my ffsd merchant to the query as 

to why. if No. 1 mining wheat Is 

around tl ^'O per hundredweight, I 

am eliarged $2.R0 per hund '-'i "i tht 
for No r ',\;il' !> tirnde Is t-'.<i;v un- 
fit for 1 ri.o- iMii,Mnii'; iini and 
hardly f t'e-'l lo ti r- ■ '-cv^n.^ 
There a;" i. ii.'ire'l' ■ t ■ i.. kt^ 
farmers who wnuu' he ,«•■ , iM'-osed 

to have this expl.l'.-,-r • ■. M;. :m 

RMJD. no, h Bsfal Oak. BJO^ April 
ft. liaft. 



Acnofr WAS BcnspwArs 

VANCOUVEJ^, April S f->pinioii 
seem.s to prevail among tlirvv inlei 
e.'iled ill tlie potato l)URlne.'i,s of the 
lower mainland that the control ol 
niarkellng of this 9Olftt0tlSf Will 
not abandoned. 

Tbe interior eommittee of diree- 
tlon has divorced itself from the 
operations of the potato committee, 
due to the amount of liganon I'lat 
ha.s developed in the enfoiremeni of 
potato marketinkt eonliol 

Action of the Kel.).^iia b(Ki\ 10 ii 
surprLse. since i\ > inklinft had t>erii 
given that .such inlention wa-s under 

contemplation 

Mr. p. M. Blaclc. chalnuau of Uie 
comaltbM tt dlreetim, made it clear 
at the sssrtsns ef ths asrioultaral 
committee of the liOsMatnre that 

the difficulties Ini idental to potato 
control wa.s <K:c;i.sionlng the interior 
committee loUs of trouble, and that 
the I run men !n the (^kenaKmi weie 
not |>auu ularly interested In the 
position of the lower mainland 
potato producers It tiad all idoni.! 
been claimed by the fruit men Uiai 
the teterier eeaunittee ot direction 
wax requeued and formed for the 
purpose Of eeatroOlng fruit auukst- 
ing, and that it was Ito suoeess in 
that re.ipeet that had res ulted te 
! the lower mainland potato gfawsrs 
coming under Ihc same operation. 
OVPOSmON TOIGBD 
A good deal of uwe s Hkm was 
vetoed by a number of potato 
growers in the agricultural com- 
mittee at Victoria with potato con- 

j iroi, out the Coiiiu u t ; t't .■^fCiliCd t.' 

be .saM.sfled that Uie opponents were 

in the rionofltyaadauewedtbelaw 

•o stand 

Action of the Kelowna M.ukr iiu 
Board In divorelng Itself entirely 
from tbe potato marketing control 
in the lowar mslnlsnd. devUops a 
new posltloa whleh win have ta be 

handled without delsy. 
Frf.m Kovemment circles in Vlc- 

toTia romes the infarmatlon that the 
l>..l,i'o ( .mmlttee may Incorporate 
a.s a .'.eparate body but I'm* ix-fure 
incorporation l.s Rranted, a vo;«; of 
tlie giower.s inu,si be taken to 
ascertain whether continuation of 
control is the wish of tl^e majority. 
If such a voto is found to be favor- 
able the powers foe Inoorparallon 
may b s »ven by e>d6r4B' aottBcli 

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Th« tim* used U Paelflc Standard for 
th« I2OU1 Meridian Went It 1« rount»d 
from 0 lo 24 hours, from midnliht to mid- 
niaht. The Oaurti for tialibt mtvi to 
SlaUaeaUti hlah watar fron lev «al«r. 
Whm blank! aeeur la th« UMa, tha Udt 
riatt or talli eontlnusudy durinc tea «uc- 
oeaalTa Udsl Mrtoda wlUtout lurniBc 

Tba baisht to ta Xaat aa« tonUia ef • 
foot, maaauraS tnaa the smeee lercl ef 
low waltr. 

Te And the depUl «f VattV Sa UM Mil 
ef Uie laquimait drySaak at sar Uda. Add 
tae feet !• Um lulclit of hitb water ti 
abet* etvea. 

To Sad tbe Seeth of <^'- nn the *iii 
of the aeoebeee drrdo ^ ^0 tm to 

U>t h'lutii of hldli WH'*- " ii'i ■' ' 

MOO-MUttL ASU MUU^5l:;I 




Lovely Sunr 00m 
Furniture 



WHILER chooses styles which arc individual 
snd "different," but alwsys, there is the very 

111 fill Weilcr inspection to sec that quality it o£ 
.1 1 h.ii ,1' tci" ti) 1.1 -^t ill;.; ^.•tisj.-irfion 

(.'iniic till week .iiul i>ce llif \\ Oiler dii>pliiy oi iced 
ami i.iiu" luiiiiiure for your sunroom . . . 
complete suite! snd' individual pieces . . . plain 
or in ; ! ' ic colors . . • with or without uphol- 
stered cushions. 

WEILER'S 

Complete House i^'unushers 
Government St. " Established 1862 



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PROQIIISSIVE HOME BUILDERS 

Arf Norn t'Miii l^hllliiplnc 

>itiio<.is) »itosi oooK-^ Ki.'iMi ANa V9 
lUauorul Ribbon <.Tala MakctM/ Trim— Al a Prlee Ta« Caa AMniil 

THB MOOR£-WHITTINOTON LUMBER CO.. LI D 

ter Vaaaasw kSaaS 

r»<<t«rr tdn 



If You Suffer From 
KhMiiMlitB, Niiiitit Mr SoiatiM 

VwdM WnMra 

I - ON - A - CO 

No Inconvcnif nee or Shock 
Phone 197; Evenings. 3859R 

K. AUSTIN QOWAKD, talaa 



Window ScrMHS Window Boxos 
Oartfon SmIo Park Swlngt 



Msds ts Owlir 



BitiiBslef Ftaa 



Disabled soldiers need ydiir jub! (At present we are 
only, on haU-time.) 

The Radfi Cross Workshop 



fOMOS JalMMoa 9t 



Phone tlOf 



Vonf Smart Are These New Pliio Crepe Ties 

la en tbe new colors. They come in a trfw quality CI CA 
aad sen • 91 aOM 

GORDON ELLIS, LIMITED 

NEXT TO TERRY'S ON DOUGLAS STREET 




Time of meonrlaa 
SUndard time), at 
oMntb eC AFrtl. ISSa 



MSaMeasei (rsdd|e 




THS IDKAL 
Who would relinquish enjr dream 
Pbr tnith. as lent as faadSs seem 

So rrelRhted always with ItfS's best; 
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KEATING GROWERS 
ADOPT SYSTEM 
^ OP SHED PACK 



A 

chaiige. held at Brentwood H.*il t - 
day nlfht. It was unfor.rii-u.siv 
screed apen te ad<q>t the pack 
kaewa as a "disd padc." a syeisn 

that snsorea the finest quality of 

fruit betntr shipped to the prelrlp' 
No. 1 govrrnmrnt, In.sport.pd A 
"Fh^<! <rM'\ rnfaiiN a unifoiiii park 
of .n-^st l)^rrlf.s plrkod in tin* 

field, the picker-; hr ok under the 
eyes of tbe tr'^A^r ;,Tk*»o lo «;h#d. 
graded and packed in the straw- 
berry halloeks. Pioken In the fu- 
ttir* wUl be paid se mueh for plsk- 
Ing m flHrt and to mnch for piMik- 

Ing ill 

A lars« n^w aii«<l wUi tif built at 
%tt Pp r to uke cere tf Om Straw- 
berry crop this year. 

Mr. A. E. Osle. president ef the 
Msocistlon. was bi the ehalr. 

Point 4P Seedling 
Given i ppiinal 

And RagUtered 

NfW WFJ^TMINrSTER, April 5 — 

rv>i \ VV Ml.ela:-, rhilrman of 



ARCH SUPPORTS 



n ctiM r>r (o..( no Hiatal. Hal t. 

1 h# wor»t caw* ioi|..iMd to Individual 

aaieatttta futiot R*tiof (uaranteed. 

Tt%* I»«mliiatlnii 

B.C. FOOT HOSPITAL 

HUbkrt BUc.. 74a V»Us Ht. Tht>* MT 



UBBER STAMPS 

AMD SKALS 

Sweeney McConnsll, Ltd. 

rrlatrr. ana Btalleiirr. 
leU L«ai(l*r (tree* rbra* IM 



five year-., has been app.oved and 

rr-f . '< f (1 at Oft ■ 1 

I 'ill , ill', k' ">»ii w V,<iiftv No 79, 
It hK', :'(.■. t rf>d i:;Jf>r the 

nn i].f- ■ ' ,M : ' ,,i ; : v-i d.. 1 1. 

wa.i fir, rr. •■;l:v ••■-'rri Bt Ottawa 

durlna vm by thf MgtlBl« Sk- 



Odenel McLelan aald he hed de- 
veloped thia new variety on hi* Bur- 
rev farm II yielded an excellent 
rrnp \m (I. If Tit over noine Other 
vai f f , distinctive 

and wa/( good lor cooking. 



IVavelsr-iiay Z abow paa aty 



I he 



< •..mri .It.ef- 



h;i\ re r!-, rd •»'.'d fr'>tv, f Rwe*l 

oblsf Ol the seed dn '^f >h'' 
tlapavtaisat of Afrlsui' ir" 'hat a 
nev potato see^tac. developed by 
Colflnel McLslan tfntlas ttw past 



sirf XT yea leaiwbst, I 

eseetited yovr bwt order tnib 
{VODiptitude and dlspateb. 
Important f tmot k I paw yea aa 

order! 

TVaveier Pardon, elr; fW SSM 

■lie', oiit" and I got 

•'.oil said you were turning •■ '•r 
n new leaf?" 

"Yea, but It was a fly-leal sad U 
flew xlfbt back.* 



Tbe 

■alaa Balc&ic Tletecia. %Jli, 



"Qniy a people who 
Auarc lardleu 



FIFTY YEARS AGO TODAY 



1htr» *:r « ♦.M f«jll.»'» 

• n vuutrta oitr. loam 
DiatrMt. lal Ifl Cewei XMatnc 

Narai M M S Trl 
Sen f^Mclpro r«at«r4lap 

TDa aaneat B«ettne ef ihe 
H W T Drake, ae 

w poiiare ae 

in addiuoa lb 
A r ■ na«i« 



n, ! ,■ • *r- ' «, ttao) 

'.ri iM arit,«h c oiumbie. ef 
• Dtatnei. laa la 
and ua la Ma 

te eiifte 

perta. 

taS L«« SaaMir waa MS 





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WTABLISHKD IMS 

GOLF SHOES 

In Large Variety 
SCAIPE SOLES 
RUBBER SOLES 
STUDDED SOLES 
All Colors and C'^imhination' 

For Ladies apd (icntlemfn 
AiKTO tta THE NEW FORD GOLF SHOE 

Maynard's Shoe Store 

649 Yates St. FhoOA 
WHERE MOST PEOPLE 



North Victoria 



Flat large FamUy Residence of 8 rooms, well built, well ar n u i i ad 
and well loclted. BaMt4a f«tam of good workoiaiiahiy. ThcM 

inrliulr hook.asr uith li ,i n-lsMme glass d.H.iv lar^r l.uffft, o.oliiiK 
cupboard, drawers, bins, etc. Koomi arc a\\ Iar«r and well liKhicl. 
WMa Wrmuda. H4gh location, commanding long views. Every- 
thing in f.rst class oH«r asd Mir modtrau Tmim, 9ijm «Mh 
and balanct $29 • BOalllb iMMfc^ pdM^i^ iMiNit #91^ 
and taxea. ' 

E. S. WOODWARD 




Up-lsland Freight 

Oa 1 Daily SsInAiIs 



8CRBDULB 

Cowichan LiLka 

8 JO A M. 

i I'Tii ..II 

10 A.M. and 
2:90 P.M. 

Chcniainus 
10:30 AfM. 
Conrfrnay and 
Cumberland 
10 A.1C. 
Tuesday 
2:30 P.M. and 



We are able to care for any 
tised lotd lor deliveiy to 
Northeni points. Phone us for 

particulars. Our service is for 
your convenience, maintainrd 
on an efficient system that pro- 
vides for every possible condj- 
tioo. Our drivers art expe« 
rienced and courteous, ins urinj; 
puttctuali^r^u^i^spateh. 



Island Freight Sei^ice, lU. 



1901 Covammant fttnat 



Fllma and 



Bowes' Drug Store 



im OsTt Wc nrlUrr 




When You Arc Face to 

Fact Wilk A«y FkeUtm 

I w:. .11 ..I,, r (o il,c Waal Adsl 

I IuoukI' thi< iii' iliiiin voii f fln 
buy your household iutnitmr 

. . . jroa can tscara a busmrM 

j^sitiier or Hi'ivnr nf a i luh 
Mii'inl./T'^l. p I )i» ill \')ur shop- 
'ini,: HI thit i^ir.it Hi'itket place! 
I ■<( '-ptiMn.ill V l'^ia«in<i af 

ntfrtr<l ihrrc daily. Look them 
"^var at your leisure . . . tavr 

•tT'-rt and ewrrgv 1<V "'-Iwlipir.k' " 

throuah the Want Ad bectioo. 
Yoa-B M oar What Ads a 

tirrnrndi>'i« It"!!^ f'>r r iilmi- 

needs, as well as a ' hfe-savci" 
in emerfcncT* KaaMancr. 

i» hardlv a n/»r<| tliAl ruruii.t !x- 
»upphr«l thif.ujjh tl»« mrdium. 



CONVIDO 
PORT 

A f Mite 




With Jadtn wf 
Good Wim 

ronvido Port ha,s 

t'^as bottled by 
Warra ft Gx, 
<^orto aioat 1670. 

CoQvuJo. Sold 
bottles only. 



WEST INDIES 
raHETUEllE 



Major M. Klrkpatrick- 
( roc kelt Will Be Sf)eaker 
at Round I able Dinner 

Club Gatheriog 



VANCOUVER GYROS 
PUYGROUND WORK 



r\.vx\ CAUENDAR 
M()Nl>AY Kumtukfl Club, Siien- 
1 t r jiiivate dining rootn, lunch- 

cntl, II! Ill Kill 

MONUAY (jyti. Club, Kiiipmaa 
Hotel, bustneoa meetmg, li.lSpju. 

TUBSDAY-KlWEBlS 010^ BnptMB 
H<Hel balliwai. lHMlM«||i 13:10 

p.m. 

TUB8DAT— Hound Tsbla Dinner 

Ulub, Kmpresa Hotel, fl l.'S p m. 
ntURKDAy— Rotary Club. Ebipceas 

Hott-i MMHUb taflaMB^ 11:10 

pan. 

TBOMBDAT— Ktewmen Club, Em- 

prPM Hotel. Mipper, 6 l.i p ni 

FRIDAY Usadlans Ciub, Domlnlou 



Governor-General Opens Scout Home 



HdtH 

4.') 



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^Uhn■ M Klrkpatrick- Crockett, 
i ity i,iu(! I i,infiii,s8ioner, will addre>^,s 
the Hound TaUa Dtamar Club at 
Its s n as ting on TmmdM^ night at 
6:lf oidodc In tha BnpreM Hotel on 
"Tha Wsrt Ik^tos." Professor P. H 

view, and Aldeniuin William r 
.Siralfh will .itlii-iate as f'ln.s! iniu-ster. 

Tlu> KlHatiKs viH h"!fl It.s 

weekly laiii-hcon .n r ic.d.u' iif 
12 10 pni In the Kiiiprv.v. Hotel 
ballrootn, whiTi r!ii' imi.,li- i ommlt- 
'.ef' wUi present tbe procrwoflMk In 
which the Klwanls orebestra will 
take a promlnant part. Ktwanlaii 
Harold If. Dlcffoo has boon elected 
as the elub's detogate to the Tntor 
rmtional Klwanls conTentlon. wtilch 
will be held In Atlantle CMt ttom, 

June 29 to July 3. 

Th« Klwanls dlvi.slon conference 
will take pliire in Vancimver 



—Photo by Chapman 

<CY AW not Mr* that tbm Boy Scout movement is not going to prove one of the greatest influences toward 
a international good feUowship," aaid Hia Excellency the Governor-General, in the speech which he 
made when he officiated on Friday aftwnooa at the formal opening of the new Victoria Scout haadouar- 
ters, 1034 Johnson StrMt At Lord W M h up i n a fls ri|^t hand in the above picture is Mr. H. T. Savenhill 
tha district comtnisslonsr, baUnd whom ara aaaa Kav. Caaon A. E. do L. Nuom, factor of St. Mary\ 
who r«Ml the i^ayafa; Mr. A. B. taadsrs, preaidant of dia Victoria Scout Association, and Mayor Anscuaih 
At His Excellency'a left are SSSB Mr. E. Watkina, the architect: Mr. G. H. Stevens, president of the Ki 
wants Club; Sir Frsalt Bscaard^ iMnorary preaident of the local Scout Association; Mr. Luney. the 

' ' * Mr. H.' I«> 9inaa^ and odMr waUeknown citizens. 



ton- 



mSKAt mSTORY 



No. IV 



By a. 



.J<ihaiin H(>iia tiun HacU < 18S5- 
r.'Ki' wiis liiuti on March 21 at 
P.i.cUiWJh. His lather, John Ani- 
hrosltis. and his twin brother were 

both COnrt wmi««<H««- 'Omf were 

the mosS mnaxkabla tatea and so 
vary Uka aaOh other ttsift ik Is re- 
lated their own wives eoUld not dia- 

tlngUlsh iJii iii, rxiept by Uieir die>^."i 
Their V'lli-f.s wcic tho .sanv, aiul 
.same lii!l«-.xiuii. their di.sixi.sitinns 
were iiliki'. thev K''»'rtMy lovt-d each 
iillu;r, ;f one wa.s 111 the other was so 

IlkewlM, and they died within a 
itm% tbna of aaoh ottaar. Baeh loat 

hi.s father and mothsr befors ha was 
years of age. He reoelved the 




Ohiiu 



ary 



ROWS— TlM funeral of the late 
Ramtiel Rows will take plaoe Mon- 
day aftan¥)on, April T, at a o'clock, 
from tha Sands Paneral OhapeL Rev. 

Thoma.-. Keywnrth will offirla1.e. and 
the remains will be laid at rest In 
tha Bcval Oak Burial Park. 



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adv«rtk<irTurnt i* 
h'iwd or dtspJciv'-'l 



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t Ad. Dapartmant 



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fV4 K f«t»h 

I.iijaor i\yr\fru\ lioaxd or h\ 
the Covrmnvrrrt of 

ColKnibia. 



rhursday. Mav H and It i.s -xperted ( '"■'*'J-"<'ll'ii> In pUyUi(? from hl.s 

hrother. Jdhii < 'lii i.^'tophcr. who was 
(irgani.a at OidrutT. The little boy'.% 
Utleiit wa.s .so great he aoou learned 
an his brother could teach hlni, and 
aras aagarly looking for mere difficult 
aiwAo. m those days the odebrated 
composers •aeia Vrobetier, Bsahei- 
bel, Boxtehude, Brohn and others 
He knew hi'? brother had a bixik 
with pieces l>v thes^ friin'»u.<» roin- 
poM'is, but liLs t)i"iiMi('r d'-iiicd the 
u.s*" OT It, and kept It I(k kod in a 
Clipboard fi;^ in He liand."! were 
small enough to draw the coveted 
pieces out, and for want of a candle 
he copM. thsm by moonlight, (aklnc 
six months to campMa tlM fade, 

whr'H his brother found It OHfe and 
!i¥.k It fvnn tdjn without pity, "nie 
I opv which ri)st him so much labor 
In WTitmg by mwinhRht, and verv ' 
likely Injured his .sigtu. was not in 
his pMSSMion until his brother s 
death. arhMh look piasa aoott atter. 

Rclnx now dp."?tlfute. ha tMBft ^-o 
I,imcln;iK, where hl.^ treble TOlce was 
ihe nieaiLs of hl.s becoimnt? a ihor- 
i.stcr in t;w choir of Ht. Michael's 
.'>ch',i'>i, irr hl.s voice soon breaking, 
and having passed suoosssfully 
through every clsM, with a profi- 
ciency In tha ftsnoh lantnaps. Bach 
left St. Michael's Sehod at Bsster. 
1703. When a b.iv he of'/ n jour- 
neyed nn foot from I.iiiu'tJuiK to 
Hariili'irK tu hear I he fanioius orkfan- 
1st lieinken play. On one of these 
Journeys Bach, htmgry and tired, 
and poor, was sitting outside an inn, 
doafBhsartsd. aMb no awMf to pay 
foif a maal, wbn Siwitinly frdm a 
window abova him two taenlnct 
head.'! wers thrown on* Picking 
them up. the bov found iliat each 
contalliMi a D.mi' ii die a!. After 
enjoying a good meal, iie retraei'd 
his steps to Hamburg to hear more 
organ musio. Ha aaver found out 
o whoes ho waa Indsbtad for the 
timely gift and nniSh-nsadsd msnsy. 
At this time ha also vMted Oelle 

(Zelli to hear thoPTln'e'T t;ai,il and 
orches'ra iSat playwd a tiood deal of 
Frenrli niuiir. then nuirh in favor 
In 1703 ho Joln.-d tii.' liuke r,f Wei 
mar's band thro^iv^h ;i,e i;;.:tAt;'vn 
Of tha Duka's brother, with the UUe 
of Ooort Ifnsirlan. whan ei ihtssn 
years of age. Here he met seviral 
prominent musicians and gained ex- 
j)erlpnce In Itall.u! .uid other music 
He rxchanRcd tiu.s plr.ce for Arn- 
stad' and was orRanL-it of the nc-* 
church there, tlie n ut hiuitles beiiiR 
very plf-a.-x-d wt'h in.; atnhtv 
Rom here ha would Journey on foot 
to LObook to hear Boztehude, who 
was the fanioas onanist ot St 
Mary's Church, with whoso WOtlni he 
wai? acqualnt^od It was at Amatadt, 
liiat he wrote the first of hi.* many 
i.aiitata^ -^nd beRan to bc' me fn 
mou' as sin organLst. Bai ti a a,'* a 
grr r i"' idrnlrer of Hox'' nude ». 

masterly plSiylng and prolonged hla 
tisit to LUbssk to thiaa months in- 
stsad of ons maalli;^ for wbMs be 

was reprlmsnded. 

Hoh, h;»vinK ditTlcidt if<i witti hla 
(li iir. apphrd for and aci <'p'<d Mie 
pt^ltlon of organl'^t at ,S' IV.aslun. 

Mulhausen. His salary was equiva- 
lent to HI and tmlva boibeU of 
com. torn oerds of wood and a little 
arable Isnd. with brushwood. Upon 

thii Inronie !ie married his rr>ii.sln 
Uifp. iT' ;e<« nroM' from the I'lwtists 
^itl" -ook'iit. 'iie exputdon of all 

muslo except the simple chorales. 
To Bach IMS was Int si walds. so 

he left and accepted the positlea of 

Cmjrt OrRanlat to the Duka of Saxe- 

Welniar. who wax hlm.vlf a man of 

niHure and n \nvrr of inu5:!r Harh 
l.nir, 1 ! '.iri^r'lf r,in(?<'mal -oir- 

• OifOriv and 'irw luld l!ie f'-unda 



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that a larKe ddcKa' ion of local KI 
wanlan.s will att<-nd Internal lonal 
I'reftldent Horace W. McDsvld will 
be present. 

Victoria Rotarians wm hear an 
addrms at thrtr olnb luneheon in 
the K myi e as Hotel on Thursday by 
Miss Wtnnlfred Guy. English .school - 
tcacfier and collector of ReoKraphl- 
ral posters, who is now in the city 
She will Ifil of cxixTlnu c,s she ha-s 
hiul sincf> ;!;(. M>t <!ut three years 
.iKO on licr ^/iMlxcirclniK tOUT. 
nrsUKKKSS SESSION 

A ptoixjsed amendment to the 
< lull ( oii.st itntion and oi|i»>r business 
matters will occupv tlie a"entK>n 
of member.^ of the f,\ro Club at 
their iiirirli,T.n fdinorv'iw at 12 hS 
p irL in the Knipie ,s H 'fe! PI v e r v 
(ommlttee chairman la expected to 
have his report ready for pNMn- 
tatlon at the meeeting. 

The Vancouver Oyro OlOb has 
ralssd nsazly $50,000 to date for 
estahlUhraent of chUdten's play 
grounds In Orsater Vancouver. It 
now proposes, thmnirh a Kvmkhana 
to be held on Apr;l ?A and 2?) to 
donate another .> ';p>'rv;.";ed plav- 
tuound to the city 

Mrs Elizabeth Wi:;', viH he Uie 
speaker at the Kiimi -iks < ili i ni' ti 
eon at 12 ti'Hiti tomorrow lii Spen 
ci'!^ py, ,o.' <i;ninK-room. The 
dee t'iub Will hold a praottos on 
rhursday night at 8 o'dook. at the 
homo of Miss Ahaa Rmsell. II Boyd 
Htrsst The swhnmlng group will 
restmio aetlTltles oo Rlday nichfc at 
7 o'clock at the Crystal Garden. 

The Mei, ■( r'niiadlan riub. In con- 
unction ul'h the executive rommlt- 
tf>e of ti'c NaM'inal Coiinctl of Edu- 
cation, «ll! eri'rr';.)!] the ■'i'ltinK 
Britl.sli piihl.i ■ :r-il'i tu :idri;a -t "TS 

at a luncheon In the Empress Hotel 
on IfSnday. April M. 

TOC H MEETING 

A .';;)«'( !a! Iiu-sr ■;:!■<>( ■ ^ In 

ealled for 'I'oc H , ,1 1 M 5 , , ... <•( .i.,^^ 
April 7. at 8 oclock. In the Toe H 
O Pip. 621 Bastion Staatt It is 
Important that aa 
as postfMaba 



tionof his 
ing master of the organ and com- 
position. Here he spent nine happy 
years and composed most of his 
organ w(>rk.s In 1713 Bach went 
to Halle, wh^re Handel's nia.ster. 
Zachau. had died, and played t!ie 
large orgsn of sixty -t hi «• .stt>i)B Ui 
the great daUght of ail who heard 
lilm. 

In 1*714 Bach played before the 
Crown Prince at Cassel. who was 
.^illlp^y mnawd at iun woiidei/ui 
Vwdal playing and dn-w fr(jm his 
flntfcr a costly rliiK and prevented It 
to him. In 1717 Bach v..-*/>d Dres- 
den, where the great French organ- 
ist was mnch Idoliasd. Volamier. 
the diroelsr of oonesrts . wttb the 
King's OMUaaO arranged a contest 
between the two celebrated organists 
Marchand and Bach, His 6«?t time, 
with a Jury and large asseinblAge. 
arrived, but no Marchand. who had 
left by the early stage coach. Bach 
alone f)erfornied to the wonder and 

admiration of all who heard him. 
Prlnoa LsopOid of AnliaB-Oothen. a 
Judga and lover of anile, invited 
him to taka the oOao of autstsr to 
hia chapi^ wbleB ha .MM .lor ate 

years. 

H« took a lourney to Hamburg to 
perform on a large organ 'Hie vet- 
eran Relnken, then nearly 100 years 
did, heard him with great pleasure 
hnprovlao on the caorala *9f tiio 
Waters of Babylon." Balnksn said, 
"I thought this art was dead, but I 
perceive that It still lives In yon " 
At Cot hen Bach wrot.e the six Hrad- 
enliurg Concerto.*;, suites, .sonatas, 
and dtiets for violin and harpsichord, 
flute and 'cello, tho Ptench Suites, 

the two and Ihias part Inventions 
(lynmlwnias), and tha flrrt vobane 
of tha prShidss and fugues. Oothe 
death of Knhnan In the yesr 11PS3 

Bach wa-s apixiin'cd Director at .St. 
Thnmaa Hclmol at lyliisir. ar;d Rt 
} NicjioUs' Ctniti h. an lnipor*anf posi- 
tion with onerous duties, which he 

ruMBsil tin tils flsstiL 




Of ENTRIES IS 
NOW EXPECTED 



Victoria Mu.sical Festival 
G>mniittee Hiirfily Grati- 

iied Over Large £atry 
List 



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iK Nv li.tts more than pmnlt U tMfttudoR 
in(li\ uluality. Brims o; veiy much a 

if the .Sprins? vogue, and m bum si/rs. typrs 
and styles tliere arc as many varieties as the hats 
tbenodvea. Eltfective modes are of Ballibuntl. Baku, 
Perie VisM. T<^ Bluigkok. SSlk, Anfora, Mohdr 
and the new tweed hats to wear with sport ensembles. 
I here is an infinite variety ^ f colors of which notably 
Mnatt t (U N are Lido Cirrcii. Monet Blue, Duomo. 
Mduvc, ::Ddads, yellow. Pink, Navy and Black, 



MANY INNOVATIONS 
FOR WGHT 8ES81QNS 



(To 



OoMtansd) 



Forecast for 
To flay Brighter 
ThmYe$lerday 



I It i<ltli ogs Council 



nUNIiOP There pa,ssed away In 
this city on April f>. Mary Josephine 
DunIoi>, wife of Clharles Mitchell 
Dunlop. of 550 .Sim. ' t eet, aged 
' :!:t.y-twn years an! . ,: ' ■ months, 
tihe was bom In PresU/n. lAncashlre, 
Bbgland. and resided In Vletoria 
for tho last twantgr^thrsa yasn. 8bs 
IsaTBs bsMss Imt hurts nd. oos 
daughter and one sdlU iMr mother 
and father: also two broOi eis , all of 
Vletoria. The remaln.s ar-^ ret>o.'.!ntr 
at Hayward's nc Funeral <'lia[^l. 
from where the funer.il will take 
place on 'I"Me<>dav at a 4f) a ni , jiro 
inf'<\\\-g ',, .'^f Andrew ;, Cairi<»drnl. 

whert' 111 viii be celebrated at 
9 o'c<'.< k !ti'< rment win take piaas 

In Iv',o.%S JV^V rr-nv-ti>T-l- 

LEWir^ ihi. fiiiiei ii of Gwen- 
doline I,c vm (x-ilt pl;ue fnim Hay- 
• ard's BC runeral Chapel yester- 
i < v morning at 8:45. proceeding to 
ciuiat Ghnroh Oathedral. where 
servkio was ocakhwted by Rev. p. 
A. Ramsey at 10 o'cIocIl The himns 
sunsr www "T^ace, Perfect re«co' 

and •■Alil'le \Vi:>i Me" Manv fy\r-..[:. 
\v>'v i>r"-.cii' arid the ra^kivt, u a.-, 
rorrie.l ul'h Imii ; , ' 1 1 . i ; 'h.Tal nfffy 
'nx" 'Till* i«\il!)«>nief( ii, <• < rjjjjjoji 
tr H Fo-«wll Me.«*..-< It II i\*A4f, 
h. A (irofinn wnd Rsg, Oona. The 
remaltvi were !aU1 at 
Oak Hurlal J'ark 



Week-enders who are anxious 
about tha weather for today hava 
a rsassoriag forecast from Oon- 
aalsa Obssrvatay. la vlto of tho 
faet ttwt 41 laeh of rain fell yes- 
terday and sunshine was absent. 

It is expeefed today will he gen- 
erally talr and tnilder. v-i'li ]iy,hl 
to nifxlciate windii 

It Is hardly to t>e e.\t)ecLed, 
liowsvsr, that the weaUier will 
aqo al tha oaeeytiflMal siinshina of 
lasa Bnndsy, aululk waa sna of the 

brightest daya of tiM png ip ti> 

tlin present time. 

Hompstrader Is 

DeadAftmrFaU 
Into Ice Crack 



Tlie Victoria Musical Festival of- 
fice announce d last night that a to- 
tal flf AM entries had been received 
up to tlie time of closing. 'With an- 
other full week to go, in whioh be- 
lated entries will be aooeptad on the 
pa^34mt of a douUs fee. It is con- 
fidsnMjr aapsotsd that last year's 
record Of mn antrles win be sur- 
iiaseed. 'ntm members rif the Festi- 
val Committee, wliich met last eve- 
ning, were naturallv more than 
plea.sed over the big Imt: of entries 
received, wluch Insures a highly 
siicce.s.sfuJ festival .v^iuson 

'ITm large.st number of entries iS 
In th« piano competitions, aKhOOgh 
there will be ple^y Of OOB^Mttkms 

in all classes. Tha oonunittee is 
partlculariy pisaaid with the num- 
ber of Jyn ioc bands competing this 
yy» •pSJto* having been nceived 
inm Taldma. Washington. Vam ou- 
▼or, B.O., and from both the Ktrls' 
and the boy.s' baiui.s or Victoria In 
the string .section, a lot of new rom- 
pefltor"! have entered. In the Mnlor 
cornet .^nl,, rla.s.s there are ('ie\rr( 
eiifrie.s ih\^ year a« against one In 
1 :)•.!!) .Several novel competitions 
will be introduced In tha 1810 ISstl- 
vaL in tha ml amtai then is a 



. $4.95 to $17.50 

Suits— Coats Frorkit atitJ K>>''lted SpjQriB 

Wear Now in (^rt ^iu si Vanity 
o/ New Style9 for, Hfiigmt 



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competition, for which there are 
.seventeen eiit;i, s for girls and boys 
under thirteen, uccompanled by girls 
and boys under the .'^ame a>,'e. An- 
other one Is for iilano accumpanl- 
inent, in whii h the adJndtaatOT IS tO 
.sei.^t the vocalists 

Several Innovations will be intro- 
duced during a period of tan min- 
utes sadi avanlng while tha fsatlval 
is in progreHL Miss Button, adjudi- 
cator of tho elooutlon Olasies, win 
taUc on broadcasting; wlitia Ur. and 
Mrs. Waterhouse, m ftatair being 
tbS adjudicator of the string 4a8SSi, 
will be heat i m concerto. 

■rtie c iinrnittee wlslies it to be un- 
de!,st<vid that late entries must ap- 
ply at the festival office, room 19, 
Mahon Block. Clovernment Street, 
or to PO Box 1210. on or before 



H i I I I r ro \ If u I 

GAIULH iUM ORROW 

A meeting of ex-members of tho 
88 B.^ttallon, c F F. will be held 
In tfie b laro if the Britannia 

Branch. Canadian lingiffllj BJULL, 
tomorrow evnhig al • erdeolc. XI 
is rsqosstsd that as many as pas- 
siUa attend tha gathsring as ar- 
rangements wUl bo mads for thn 
annual reunion dinner, which will 
ba held on May 23. 



Saturday, April 12. which has been 
set as tb &tl Mm day. 



The cathedral rttsnission group, 
under tho leadership of Rev. P. A. 
Ramssy. wlU hear Mr. A. & MsRlx 
this afternoon at § O'Sloak a* tha 

Memorial Hall, 



The Veterans' Corner 



A general meeting of the Ra 
Patria Branch, Oanadisn Lsglcn. 
wUI bs hsid dn Ttueday night at 

021 Courtney Street TmpnrtAnt 
fa Mln sesi^bs transacted, and a 

rjue.st.ed. 



.<^AT.M01f ABIf. April 6/-FWUng 
throu^ii a erack tn the Ice on Shua- 

wap Ijike M Cti-atli, a hoitnef.t/>ader 
ne«r Ka^it» Bav, «a.i unable t/i ex 
trlc.it/» hlin."wlf and .siK)ii aiiz-r hl.s 
rescue bv iielghtxnfl lie dleil fnnri 
exh.'iu.stlon and emxwire 

Uratli wa« going to Magna Bay 
to purchaae auppUea and took a 
<ha[t oat aoross tho laka on Um lee. 
Whm ha <«wit through hs managed 
to kasp his head and shoulders 
abooa water, but when neighbors 
anlTed and threw lilni a nii>e he 
was Sf> I'xmiimlKxl l.i-..\t he uaA 'it;!', 
able f>> gra.sp it with lil.f ti»et.h 
Eventually a man rra»lf<1 il^^'v 
enoii({h t/> fa.steTi the infio aj-ound 
him and he waa hauled out. He 
lesaaa a 



NEW PLANE BASE 
MADE IN SEATFLE 



Mr. M. C. Hf>titn.snn. \VV«t*Tn 
- ipcrlntendsnt of Uie in&tiiuie for 
the Blind. wQl addisss tha Otty 
Council on Monday evenltv on the 
work nf the Institute with posMble 
ret' r tn the requsst Noaotly 

made for a '•'■■e r.'.t n n^^r. 

J I stand 



The Saaolch Central 
ttve AsKotatlon win bold Its 
monthly sMftlng hi tha OoMsrva- 
ttTo t S B Bia. rfsiaiibsil BolKNnf . on 
Tassd^r oventag at 8 e'riru-k rn^vi 
oos to the gmeral mef>(lng. an ev 
eciithie meHtng wHl he hei.t -..itM 

Mr W O Wnllnrr iirest.lcnt in 'ho 
rhai' Afe- Ml.- .••:al hu'-t- ' J an 
lieen ' iiisacled, aincndmenta to the 

,i BaetloM Asl wS fea-^to* 

Uic Caiuesie Uiuary. cussed. - - - ^ 



Circular 
saui-> 

PbeweaJar mM^I m»* • "STMOuVnir* 
taka* and (rnkda ■ wondaifvd — )jt 



f'KATn.K, April ^ F./.t.ahlW 
ment of a new seaplane ha'j» te, 
care for Its growing terminal bosl- 
ne,«»a waa atinounced today by Mr 

Don Bennett, business aunsger of 
tha Alartca-Washingtan Airways. 
Tba now dspot win bo aerom Lake 

ifnion fttaa the present terminal 

Air mall plane"! t/> Vl tona and 
Vancouver will ^t«rt u.slng the new 
landing Monday. Bennett sntd. 




aA«* c«. LTo. 
• I . JOiat. MJik 



CONFtmiAnON AT 
BRENTWOOD TODAY 

"Hm ftrat uaiBi maU«s> to take 

place !n nrenlwwv! Collego Chajiel 
will be held thi* nf'ernorin. when 
Rt P^'v A U iMiulI, Hl.%bop rtf 
K(X>t^nav. will ronflrin atxiut tafiity 
candidate* A'.Kl.^tlng at tJie service 
will be Rev. J. 8. A. BastUi, "♦"irtti^n 
of Brwtwood OaOago. and m» 
ArrhdsaoBB sf VletoMa. 

At this ssnlsa thers wffl be need 
fcr tha that time the Tie^ ii .-.i, 
Its lUnitdlinas recently pi evented 



O'CLOCK 

in ihe hoiue^ oj two women.. ^ 

\ T six o'clock Mrs. Hodge's kitchen It in chdot. She'd M 
so much to do . . . the stove has been nniiitiaily 
troublesome . , . there are to he puciti for dinner , , * 
she just knows it won't be ready in time. 

"^Tr*.. Drew U rnterf dining t'.ni-hf, too. She's just home from 
an afternoon of bridge. Iti a moment or two she'll take her 
dmner out of the Electric KanKc. It is perfectly cooked and 
ready to terve. And she it cool, fresh . . . unhurried. 

Electric cooking is so en^y and certain , . . you mcTBlv 
•nap a iwitch and there's your heat. Instantaneous 1 



ImmiSmThm. Smdl Dami Paipnerd ImialU One in Your Hom$ 



DoaglMM Strtet 



B.C. ELECTRIC 



Phone 121 






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THIS DAILY COU>mST, VICTUKIA, B.C. SUNDAY, APRIL 6. 1930 



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Orange PekQe_Tea 

lilt ill I > lend oi Broken Onafe ^tko%. 



Sevenmally, 
«Uir 75c IL 



tlrli 
Si»«"i lal 



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Kciller's Dundc^ Mannalade. 

4-lb. tin* 85^ 

Pure Maple Syrup, lar^^c tm. 
regular ^-1 SO fur ^1.22 

Deep-S«a Crab 

liftular 45c tin 



F. V. Pickle*, Swett, C!i..\v or 

Sour ; quart sealer* ISf 

Libby's Qmm Od v m , 4-oz 
bottles 10< 
Meat, i Lea & Perrina' Sauce, regular 
—"I TSelMCtte ^ 



B.C. OnuNdBlid lugar, 
ID Ibt. 




heavy svrui); lar;^e tins, 20< inonds. per U> 
Mack's Beat Apricots, choice i Auatralian QoUen 
ytk; No. 2 tiBi aiba. 



Bhellad 



41-1 

Sultanas, 
23f 



USE Of ClUL 
lEORErrED 



Oiemistry's Application to 
Industry Described by 
Professor Allan 
Harris 



utad a veoal 
MiJM Muon 

Mr. CoUui«e proponed • vtjte of 
thankJ at the clobe of the Wjcture 
and Mr. Iiod Bfconded Hie .sing- 
lag d "Qod Save Uie JUu" ftn«fhr1 
tha 



Soap, 3 cakes 



22^ 



Send tlm to Lever Bro*., Torooto^ and get free 
Sbaviof Cream. 



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H. O. KIRKHAM & CO., 
612 Fort Straat 

Fruits 5523 



Delivery Dcpt 
eery Ph 
178-179 



LTD. 



Fiah Dept. 5521 
a PiwWont 
5521-5530 



PLACE OF RESEARCH 
CHEMIST IS TOLD 

LiADYSMITU, A|irU 4.— A laaure 



NOTICE TO MINISTERS 
AND CLERGYMEN 

I ndrr .\Iaiii,i-t- \i:t «>f l')M) no iiiiiii^tcr or rlcr^vman 
may solemnize niariiage in Ilic rmviiur of IWitisli Colum- 
bia, alter the lat da;^ of September, 1930, unless Ins name 

hat been prtvionsly refipstered with the Sagittrar of 
Birt]||^I)eath9 and liMriH^ 

An ippUcationa for refiatratioii of'miaktmtaad dergy- 

mrn nii-^t be made by the governing auth Miity having 
juii-mIh til ill in this rrovini-c of tlr ipli;-|.,ii, hodv to wl^' h 
he belongs, i-ornis arc n<.A .>t)tainablc trum the Registrar 
of Births, Deaths and M.ti i n < Victoria, P. C. 



The Robins Are Back! 

It'* tl^« to pat Ktim Baky and Ma eartlam oat on tlta tmaa* ar lava. 

r K'r bahv^ crnwinK day*, and Tou can alv* lllaa' MVlMI ^'H 

: ■K-ur hv a:.,:,. i..m ■ nrw rsrrlaca auch »■ wa tiM. A flM 

«:naUM^^^j|ri^aad aaad Carrtaca and Oo Outtt la i 



Phone 718 





Spring iale of 
Made-to-Order 
Suits 

— and •we have tiir tmcst stock of suitings in 
the city. AH new S;'!mL: ■.;ood5. 



$40 



buys a 
i^Iar 



$35 ir ' 

$50. 



560 aoit 

Our Guaraatta— To fit ymir 
fcfaad aKNMj tf not satisfied. 



$30 

|40sait 
perfectly 



buy* a 
ngelar 



and 



CHARLIE HOPE 

1434 OovanmMot St. 



2689 



THE ELK 

COMOX BAY 

OPBNS FOR THE SEASON ON APltL If 

CoK Course in Good Condition 
Salmon and Tioiit Fishing 



FRED & HARPER'S 

NEW GAS SAVER 



.on vert 
Ail 

Wart* 
f§mm 




Cylmder 

Car Makes 
37 Miles 
Per 

GaMan 



Installed WMla Yoa Waft 

$1.50 Complete 

HANDY ELECTRIC 



1834 Oak Bay Avenue 



Phone Jiill 



delivered by Dr Allan Harrla. of the 
Uolvanlty of Bzltlah CoUunblK, 
TtandQT mailt In iba Odd VUtom' 

Hall, was listened to with great In- 
terest by a good audience. The high 
sebMI ym • vaB rspraented and 

teachers from tiMCe sad P m the 

public achool were ainoag the moj.t 
engroMed listeners. Dr. HarrU U a 
sun of MnclpHl John BUtit of the 
Ladysmlth PubUo Sobeol and la ui- 
sistaat pi x rf as KJi of cbenistry at tiie 
UJ.O. He la a fluent si>eakpr and 
used the simplest language m) that 
everyone could understund. and 
many witty little 1-eniark.s enlivened 
his lecture He took a day in the 
lUe of an average buslneseniaji as 
an example of how chemistry plays 
a iMkrt in aUnos( aveqrtblaa. , Then 
ba teuebed on the ooal problem, 
stating that future giBiem lions 
would refer to this coal burning age 
as a barbiiiic imr. and ihat th.' 
burning of coal a.s it <-aiiif> iroin the 
inlne.t was oii.- . t the Ktealrst criiue* 
of history only 1 per cent of the 
coal would he used In extracting the 
valuable by-products Vblob it flon- 
lalned and the remainder eould stUl 
be \iMd as fuel He went Into the 
subject of the by-produeta of eeaL 

USE or suira Man 

BegsrdlBC tiMl «ll aad alactrlol^. 
Dr. HSrIb said that the coal in- 
dustry had met wltli uH-'U' nil the 
competition it, would <v.i h.iu^ to| 
me<'t from Ihcin. as thi- idi'.-ii'ial 
soiirco.s of both wcro liii i'cii. The 
lu'ine rival of cnal would be the 

sun s raysi oolf a minute Xraotlon 
of which wsre al pnasM Mkig wed 

by IndiMt^. 

Aa fof -^hrertawd eoal In houses, 

he vvoiiM as soon .• i', i.n f.)|) uf a 
volcano Hs on a c'llar fiill uf jyow 
derfd oal I his was a pioblem f^ir 
tlu> cnKUifi-is to work out. 'llie 
pnvscnt firi.rf'..MMn m the coal In- 
dustry he considered to ba tba xe- 
sull ht the wnmg usa. of tbe raw 
material. The lumber Industry wa.s 
heading straight for the same stomi 
that conl had .,truck ITiP waste at 
lumt>rr camps atul ini;;.s cmhil all be 
utilised and c.xtractfd 

PLACE OF KKNKAR( II 

The general public Manned to have 
:lip Idea that, tho research chemist. 
f-P'-i '.ally at the unlver.sltlr.s, was 
wa.sfing ti.nic and money on mere 
theories, when as a matter ot lact 
they mn wvAlug ont the nsossssry 
fouadstiflBS for the derelopment ct 
new fndoatrles and in this way large 
•wvrnii.s came and th.ri-.InK com- 
im:n!rir.«[ were cmplov.-d tn the 
maiiufa( 'urr of nianv artl' Ips wl;;. h 
worf> fli(> dlrf>i t result, of (hcmlcal 
research. Aspuiii. iJuco paints and 

Bakelite were cited aa producta of 
the chemical tob fl w i oij ftom ubich 

millions of 

annually. 

Mr Dh'. oriw.r' h< <,-<\ as 
and* Miss liUieen Thomsoa 
piaactata 




TWELFTH SIEGE 

BATTERY WULL BE 
REORGANIZED 

Under the command of CapL 
Aularey Kent, the Twelfth Siege 
Battery Is to be reorganized and a 
meeting la being caUed on Tuesday 
next at • pju^ in the Armouries, for 
the puipsst «f dlWH Mi im tbs forth' 
oocDing osny aft Saroei^ AlberU. 

mgently required 
and anyone who il 1bIMSIs4 4s 
asked to attend. 

The trip to Sarcee affords an ex- 
cellent ten days' holiday, all ex- 
penses paid, with Interesting work, 
and actual firing practice. An ex- 
peclal appeal is made to ex-mem- 
bers of tbs tuit and tbeir tdands. 
to 



the 

tlement Board^ ' 
yesterday. 

Mall Plane Here N4r. Percy 
Barnes arrlv(>d In his flying botil 
SJephyr from Seattle at 4 46 o'clock 
yesterday afternoon, carrying sev 
era! bags of nisb awU for thai 
PissldsnrifsdtMa. Ka M» sfsla at 
4:86 o'clock. makti« «• tC his 
sbortsst atopa hers. 



'Announcements 



Ntfthlog la this wide world stands 
still! So how can you expect the 
condition ot your faoo not to grow 
wane as tlms goss oar Why do you 
ne adlas Jy andors '» humiliating 
dlsflgurenent^iwhen the remedy Is at 
hand? Consult Miss Hanman 
today! 503 Say ward Building. 

Supper ai^ Concert by the Fair- 
field Women s Association and choir 
of Fairfield United Church In Uie 
schoolroom. Wednesday, April 9, 
1930.6:30 p.m. Admission, 50c. ttx- 
oellent programme. Xn aid Of 
church music fund. 

Tear wedding requires tbs bast in 
laln t ing for your annoosssaients 
invltatkma. ata. Let us show you 
sswplws ct oar vork at ir rims bio 
prloea. Tb» Ookmlst Job ~ 
Department. Pbooa 197. 

Aprons for granny, mother, wife, 
.sihtei , sweetheart, apron.-, large, 
apron.^ .sjnall. aprons [n.tty and 
u.-.elul ^all can b«' found a' the 

Dollar Bazastf, Memorial HaM, Anril 

• at ajB Phis. 

Tour rrnblrmJi Solved. COBSUlt 
psychoanalyst, vocational counselor, 
psychic scientist. 14oMus Studio^ 
Babnosml Hstsl. llOB ~ 
flW. 



Trtia yacht 

Sueja III. owned by Capt Jamc-i 
OrllTlths. at present In London, wa.s 
In the harbor yesterday In com- 
mand of Mr Stanley OrlflBttis wlUi 
u [jarty of Seattle business men 

aboard. Tha craft is expected to| 
lease tar tm hmom pott today. 

Inmate* See WreatUng—Through 
the kindness of Mr. Josepb North, 
tha Inmatas of tba Aged and Xnflrm 
HoaM for IfHU wlsb to thank Mr. 
Prsd B. MshndMO. promoter, c. & 
C. Taxi Company, transportation, 
and the Liberty Candy Kitchen, for 
wltncs.<ilng the wrestling aMtSb at j 
the Arniorles last night. 

To BuUd H'arehuuKe — Authonty 
has b«'en given the directors of the 
Keating Co-OiwraUve Fruitgrowers 
ExchaiiKO to build a fruit warehou.se 
near the Butler pnqperty, KaaUng 
Crossroad, for handling tba 9top 

whsa this Is doos. aM ttas indt- 
Krowecr assoolattans ou tba tasn- 

Ich Penlmula will have IMV tfan 
assembling warehou.ses. 



Goods for tbs ft Ma to 

be bsid at tbs Vint United Oburrh 
OB WSdassdsy nomlag. ninth 
Inst, will be orilsd lor fef 

Ing 4561R. 



Dr. Lewis Ball, a04 Sayward liMs 
Teeth extractSd ODdsr gSS. Vbone 

5y06 or 122. 

Small, charinin/r hotel, Osborne 
Conrt, 817 McClure CMsssk M*¥e 

KwinK, Tel. -Mm 

Dr. (iordon C Krniiirii; and Ttr. 
Stuart Kennins are in.v I na'eii 
In their new consulting rooms, 402, 

403, 4<i4 40:') and 406 UndMrton 

BulldUsK. 1)2.) Port. Street. 

Hudson'* Bay Company Beauty 
Parlors. tipo< ialLst.s lu permanent 
waving, bair tinting and bair goods. 

pbMs ifM ntt — ^ — 



Pronotloiia Given Mr Hamilton 
r. Swan, H.sslstant district enKlneer 
at Oranbrwjk. ha.s l>een promoted to 
tlie fxiiit of dl.strict eiii?lneer at Vic- 
toria, having charRo of [jublic wurks 
district No 1 winch embraces Van- 
couver Lsland Mr. Frederick L 
McPherson, offlce eiiKlneer, Parlia- 
ment HulldinKs. Victoria, has been 
tran-sferred to the position Of high- 
way^ traffle 
at 



B. a WMk Bi s pH al — VUlen 
arebss. bunions, swollen, acbtag 
fest Wby suffsrt Get rsbsf. T4S 
Ystsa 



Keoelvee AppointsaeBt— WOld bss 
been received In tbs ettgr 0( tbs ap- 
pointment of Rsv. XSras& BssSou 
aa assistsnt to Rsr. Dr. P. B. Ooob- 
nas. hosaa nUsslaosry osssslssy ^ 
the United Church of OsBSdai Mr. 
Beaton .spent a few days here re- 
'■:■'■> the Ultcre.sts of ttie ( a- 
!-:t'U;i:i .Ntudcnt.s' vohm'ei r ukiw 
II. (lit. of \\h!(h he !.s ..-f.-j pt ai \ , and 
also ncruiiled the pulpit of the Met- 
roiX)lltan ChlBttl fBT a aMBth bMt 
.Summer 

Prepajc Currli uhiin H i J' Sliua 
Hliiclili! fe. Miiusi.er t ! iMlucation, 
state.-* tl-.at a sf)eclal committee of 
tho i;iiiversny of British Columbia 
and the Department of Sducatton Is 
now preparing a rsvlaed and ex- 
panded curriculum of atudlss for tbs 
new four-year high sebool coarse. 
Tbs blgh school curriculum Is being 
enrfobed with optional courses, and 

the Minister l)elieve,s that these ad 

ditiooal courses can be easily taken 
under tbs new four-year 



Late Model, All-Electric Sets 
. . . Popular Makes . . . Dem- 
onstrators and Trade-ins at 
Huge Reductionso 

Bosch 



The Kolis-Royce of Radio." 
dinary values. Regular $365. 

S.ile price .. . 
Kc^iil.ir $.?0.S. 

'^a!c j)ricc .„ 

KcKtilar 1365. 
Sala prtoa -i - .,■ ^ , 



I liiTf rxfracir- 

$298.00 
$269.50 
$198^ 



Rogers 

Canada's iamoits radio, with 
t r 12 tnontht. Ahrajn 
Regular $425. 

S-ile price ... 

kegrular $268. 

Sale pf ! '■ j. ■ 

Regulai 
Sale priee 

Rogers RadtoflMMgraph Combination. 

Sale price .......... $275.00 

TliceaidiaL JDodaL Rcoalar AA 
$14&5a Salgpriea #lOaUll 

DeFtrttt CrMley 

Powerful screen grid set v, 
speaker. Htfalar |199JS. 
Sala prioa ■ , . , 



tuV>es CMi i; .iiiicrd 

'I'l''' - : . ■■ rhable. 

$1 75.00 
$239.00 
$198.50 




WestjBgboHM 



Brautifully desifttad 

modeL ScvtB tuSe*. Rejr' 

price M v***^ 



Ooasola 



-n\ II. Time 



$169.50 



$150.00 

Marconi 

$149.50 



lUgular |X5. 
Sitaprka , 



A S^iaii iiuuai Payment Places One In 



Your Home at Oatt 



KtaufS Daogbters will hold •)■)<•>■ 
daffodil tea in Y.W.CA. on Apru 
u, ftom s tm 6 o'clock. 



Knrlish Silk Mixture .Stocking 
Two pairs for $1.25. Will not ladder. 
MSDis socks, 60c. The 



Douflas Chapter Rummapr Sale 

Wednesday. April 8. 1817 Dougia^ 
10 



May 54 Parade A pt >cev;lon of 

motor cars i ar-viiiR I lie o]<A hovs of 
the ("en'irtl ,S.li<»'! lepiesenflnK 
clisse.s vear l)V ' ear a*; .'ar hark a.s 
lH'i7. usl! be (iiic i,f the nifliiv 
fealui ps in l oMiiccti, with t lie 
H.!\s (V.;;tTal reunion here on May 

The ptiiade Will be headed by 

the old Central BchOOl boU, Whkb 

tiaa clanged for mora than ssvsaty 
years. Behind tt will bs a awdtf af 
tbs OsBtral flebooL now bsing aiads 
under Mr. Boraos Fllmlsjr. dlrsetar 
of tbs parade 



FLETCHER BROS. 



1110 Douglas Street 



( ViCTORlA), UMITKD 




Dr. HMtarson t.s 

the PembertoT) Hidi.: 



!io%\- lo ;ited In 
f ";rih fl<Hir 



putting down. Phone 



The Story Behind the Play 



By J. J. GBLUtt 



USB 



Sovereign 

KING OF T 

PAPERS 



SANITARY and 



YOUR BUTCHER 



rhp ()»kland'. Pfti rut- Teacher Aa- 
on will bold tta 




In the sehool a odltortam. Art^r thr 

nSlaSBR sesRlon. the .nrrtinR 

•111 ba addres.«-d hv m- ; y Km 
mersoo aa i he JB«i> & L>evek)p. I ihinjghi* 



'Din H,EDERM\TS' 

Thp fifiio oT Johrtiin Sti;\ii;,.s je'.t.s 
chien i i:;.. >n tlin \a, u:'/ The gaiety 

and abandonment of old Vienna is 
beef m s BiplMl s d tff ths four hun- 
dred and soms odd waltass that thia 
eoni;)i»9er created. He is tho hjc^r- 

iiAtlnn <if those p>a.sanf. find harm- 
le."!,! vlrw» \iif.h whi<-.h Vienna \s m- 
•-oclafpd 'I'he encomlunva he*i"xyl 
upon Ht.rativi by Waifner and 
lirahm* have cnutrihuted no little 

glory to hla reputaUoo as ths ac- 
knoalsdgsd waits fetag. His aeblsfe- , 

ments in this Held bava psibaps 

(>rlipm>d his standing as an operatic 

COini)o.";ei 

When Slrauss took a flin^ at the 
opera he delivered some of ttie most 
agreeabla mslodiss svsr bsard. Hie 
genius Is oCtsn attrtbu tad to 
heredity, for bis father, known as 
Johann Strauss the elder, was a 

talented comi>ovr and con.lnctor of 
an ori-l'.p'ii r;i He left ninny nierl- 
tni 1. ,.i •••.!< It and Is fre- 
quently conlused v'-h hl.s lllustrioiw 
son. But to mu? ins the father'.s 
works ars dwarfed by tboss d his 
offspring, thnn wars two more 
brothers but they neUT sgpiskrl 
Johsiui as a composer. 

Tt was the wisb Vt tbs elder 
Strauss tbat nans of bis family 
foUosr lbs ssaM proCssalon. Be had 
oKperlsnosd al tba TlolMltadss of 
tbs eaprMoos muss at mnsle. It 
would be easier for each of 
thrf* Ronn to select a mercantile 
riirrs';;i iii.rt/'fid. In fact, lie ar- 
rantted for Ji>hann to become a 
bank clerk Hut the son was en- 
tranced by the strains ot ihe 
fatiier i melodies as they floated 
froan tbs adjoining room where his 
fattier did the composing, ona day 

the father di'.i c .'.fT'd hla SOn fUT- 
tiveir piftvir.k' .» viomi. tJpon Inves- 

j ' Ik'a t !( .11 lie lr« ' ned t tint the hiiy had 
ln 'H eiu ouraRed by hl.«; ninfhn . nnd 
K,-Mii\ reconciled tf) the l.id's 
niu.«tl< al lU 'H ih it les. Free from any 
parental ' 'ins. young Strauss 

composed hig hrst walta at aba At 
nbMlssn ba bomad bis BsieaatOs 
Mdgss behttid talm and or gaiUm d 

an orchestra to play in one of the 
many bcT 'lenn uhl^ doited 
Vlmna. Br.M,ie<i tnnilshlnflr him a 

iniide-,! fivi i*e'j":. thi'i <>:! hf -.;:a 
ivipularlvd lor the first Ume many 
of Its oaoqKMltlOQSL 

Vfm tba dsatb o( bis fatbsr r e 
soankMd both of tbetr orchastrTis 

and tmired Wirotv \^'hi!» r ,,rm 
he tn .•i;'.*-ti(t<»|ire at »he '>!"•! 

began to drUt 



Named— lar. 

nutnal motbolt, of Victoria, has 
been aivolnted by the rtovmna! 

Oovemment to the poelti n i f f;:iit 
ih-'ji'iiiv .spei !!\li.st. in the iiiarket.s 
biHiuh of the Department of Aki'I- 
culture The hi^ tlusplav of hnrii 
cultural prodiK ts. tn the rotunda at, 
I!;'-- I'Hrliaiiient MmldlnKR. I« p>art of 
hi.i handiwork.. He 1'^ m.-x nrranR- 
Ing the fruit exhibit whi h the prov 
ince wlU enter at tbs World'a Poul- 
try OoogrsH tai Lendeo. ttiglaad, 
thl« Summer. 

Hasfital AaxUlary Tag Day^VSs- 
tsrdajTS tag day for funds for tbs 
Womsn's AtoriUary of tbs Proylneial 
Royal JnbUee Btomltal reallisd a 
total of I6S4JS, with a couple of 
boxen still to be ootmted Mrs Iiovy 
lixik I tiarpe nf tfte U\)iu.''Ts. and wa.s 
n.-'-.«.;."'ed hv nurse.^ f.-imi the ho.ipifal 
anil sixty-five of the Normal .Seh'".! j 
.Tluileii's The thank.", of the VV . ' 
niei: 's Auxill.uv are exfrtuleil ! ri Mi 

Joseph North, the V and C Taxi 
('ompany, and the Bank of Mon- 

trsaL for oo-opscatlai la aukking 
tbstiadBva 



Rn Imptrtaat Message 
to Stomaeh Sufforere 

Tha Wonderful HaM 
M f d iTiwa 

HELCO 



•'Hay. GH 

at votir linu'ei-t 



Spring Sale 

Suits QQ fl^HH) Suits 



$50.00 

•ri±.$31.00 



lur . 



$28.00 



Oeod WoridBanship 



DkMt 

Fred Cousins 



L 



Charlie Wo 

1420 oovBSNioDiT trmr 



Tals Road Tenders- -Iniii'irlanf. 

iinpwwfBisnti to tbs Yala Road, 
tnmk trass! artsnr tt tba south 
bank of the Frasar River, west of 

Abbotnford. are covered In tenders 
whirh ai e hc!i-,t' rdllcil hv Hon W 
A M> Keii.'..e ic'ii:/ MlnKter . it 
Puhn^ W ■• k:- , . :.M;ahle Ai^; ;! : 1 
A mile and a hall of futireiy new 
road will be built there to replace 
tbs SKlsUBg routs, wblcb Is tea nar- 
row and to r t uo u s for prsm n t traf- 
n This new section will form a 
I oi tinuation of the new road 
wliirh Iji being built from Abbota- 
ford «ast to create a new abort 
>-m:s asram ttis 



/Vetu Garage Is 
On Windsor Rd. 



JOHAfW STRAI'SR 
Sl "O^ 



4t 



extremely confident nf hlS iMItty 
to rojie with OfTenbRch 

.'^tr;iii.<is oplv .•■,t:iir'k hl.s st.rlfie with 
hi', ttjiixl oj)ei;i. The Hut i r "L)le 
P'u.(l<.rniaii«. " n"< it wa.-. k; -.vn in 
Oerxnan. The theme was adapted 
from a pepxilar French faros b)r tbe 
Damon and Pytbias of tba Parisian 
stage, lienhaek and Bslevy. 

The fundamental mottve of "la 

Reveillon," the faree on whl< h 
Stniav > opr:;i x.i.s baied. pirtures 
life fix a sia;. '"rKedy. whli li u n' ':i 
•;yiiipathy uith the view; 'i,, 

Vlemiese. A new text was fumiahed 
him by two compatriots and tba 
compossr Invsstsd tba story wltta a 
lavlsb p otpo nrrl of graeeful melo- 
dlea whleh ?anc --f tii'- < f 

In It Strau-v ^( lier.-.nr. tt-, ,,,| i,;,, 
« .«rprlnV;inK nf \i n\t/,.^ , rd.v . ;>ol- 
romanr(..«; and c.rtnkinij songs. 

d Strains 



I' reach To'lav 
At Emmanuel Church 



rian.s i>e prepared for a new 
garsge on Windsor Road. Oak Bag. 
Announosmsot la ttds sOsel was 
made j ss fd s j bf ICr. Percy Pox. 
on bsbslf 0t ths eompany which 
proposes to carry out the work 

The site has front ave t<i two 
'■•!te».'.- ..;x'v !eet V)y fe.^f , and 

.in a::!ar;ivf tjuUdiiiK -a:!; t,>e 
• •i''iteil. v(!tii uniaini'ntnl frriutage. 
'.r .i . .,f ,ti«)!it j'vincKi Further 

' '-"pected to 

j U) announced in a few dayn 

DM aiNai uimo 

NANAIMO. April 5.— Mrs, Jobn 

McDavitt. sbrty-four. of Wslttagton, 
dlsd Ptlday mdit flba bad Ihrsd 
tai tbla dMrtet lorty^fhw yaacs. tte 
Is snmvad by her Imsband: two i 
sons, Mr. Joseph McDn • r vie- j 
torla, aad Jamm, of Weim.K'on. and ' 
; Un. WUgress. of SeatUe ' 



Emmanuel BaptL-jt Church will 
have a* preacher thts morning Rev. 
C c. M'l..c Til). Calgary, Al- 
berta. Or. MclAurln has been de- 
•cfflksd as mastsr mlsshmary.* Be 
cams to Wsstem Canada In ftOT and 
aa a mlsstonsry traveled over the 
prairie provinces From 15)07 tlU 
1923 he held the office of .superln- 
'I'lideii- of Bapti.st mi.sslnn.n in Al- 

t)erta .'^lli^ f rerirtnp frrmi t)i«' r>f- 
fl:-e he li.iH !e<'iired ir, f'-.i-'c.;, >: .in- 

ida in the interests of work in the 
\vssl. aad lately has bssa |iw»Biliig 
tbs way for Bapt ist awt ic In the 
which bs kaows 



white 
tan . 



BOYS' 

Bsstetball Boots, ankle 
pads aad triminings; 

99c 

GIRLS' 

, with 

75c 

At tbs 

STEWART 

SHOE STORES 

161S-1321 Douglas St. 



' »n istrap iihcie'^, 
Miap backla. 



Tha 



April 

oa Yamsy airmail planes be 
Portland and Salt Lake win 

be sfarf/»d on May 1. offl< i.ti.s '>f 
the line <;;H.I here tixta', additiK tdat 

II!-; U ,M • • ■ , . ,f 

Hlmilar .service ociwceu Spokane and 
Wash. 



seriously 




At) I'li^'ta uMh <;ii' !i tii«i? Ki 
could scarcely ever lack a 
and upon Its eempletlon In 1011 tt 
was prooBptlr aessptad for pnam- 
tatloa. I i s ii l a tiaa s d heme from 
a muslesi tear of tha nei«:hi>o;;n(r 
oovintrles )nst fn tbne to witness the 

premiere of "Die Fledsigggjg^** fbs 

sam" ya: oe ivrf>f.e tt 

TliH fvpf'ta htt«i ai.so b<'en adapted 
in'o ^,n^.l^h upon sevoral ocoasloos 
avid i.s i;o»- ;r.,iiying to Capacity on 
Broadway under another tltlr^ 



If 



Set 



A masting ef 
bitarestsd m ths soheel cbfldrtn s( 
•aanleh taking part In Che yteteria 

M i ) al FVstlval will b« he:,| In tl.r 
Cellar jn;i RchAol tomorrow nishl 
at a o.-;ork f •'■n.^irterahle feeling 
ha^t u- .ft, «!>-;, ..ijr w;, lliig 

their i !:; dr-n to t.hr ■•.chonljK In 

Saanich Municipality at tbs aettan 
of tba school trustsm 
lag thh giMhgis to tbrir 

that aneoier mertlnr mmr be ealteid 



Hi 



Ths annual general ni as tteg of 
tbs Boy ■oonts' Assoeiatlon, victoriK 
dMrlot. wUl ba held in the new 
aoeo t headquarters, 1034 Johnson 
Street, on Wedne«:dav ovenlntr st. S 
o'clock Thtr "-.r.-;.t.« :% r.. all 

Soouters. C'iiii»'i aiMi to Any one 
lalSNstad in H'' Mi'iiig 

by PrsfL aefrt^MoMus on^S^stoM- 

day aad Ihursdn \ next nt t?ie Con- 

rmtlve Ran. Km ix.uK-iaA r^treet 

KAl r HVHWU. AprU 4^1 he 
weather report during tba aasntb at 
MaroateraaM 
foUoaa: 

MJO: aman for the mon'h 4i4S: 
higheet temperatnre, S7. in March 

M. lowest l«mpera' — r-n 

M«Th .1 and If^ rain?,ti; 7 iS | 




Arteries of 
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home is at daafar. 
roar tsafsr aatf 

Thackir & Hdt 

HnMng, Heating gill 
KngfnMrs 

Bfoaghton Street 

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A SUN LAMP 



for your 



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port. 



HwUm tt HaywKd 



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I Rest Value ift tiM I 
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THE DAILY COLONr^T, VICTORIA, B.t SUNDAVTAPRIL 6, 1930 




Women's Work and Institutes 



RARE TREASURES 
TO BE EXHIBITED 



Chaytw Lmma KzhlMUon 
hf La4y wn. 



XJTpoo entering the .shov. r(M 111 
Whleh the OoiizaJea ('liHptcr loan 
exhibition Is to be held 
one seoiiis to havn left iH'hiiiil the 
twpntiPlh century and to fitep hack 
into bVKorie aKcs, with rom.mMi 
.i,s.MK-i»!iuns and "old lOTfOiton fai 
<.tf thln;;8- From geiMrous Vlc- 
toilaiisi. who have levi MOM of 
thels mwt tTMMZcd pnMiiMlfn for 
tlM momu m w TKf pletarM, 
tlhrar, hftmot, furniture, ahawlB, 
rugi, tepwtrlec and counMess heir- 
looais, and the.sn. 

attractively amniK'-d wi)! tx- M'fn 
l)v vlflltori on 'riie.sdav when Her 
Exrellency. Uidy VVllUngdon will 
open the exhibition 

In the jurnlture coUoction la an 
old Iwwtiwtf, dattoc to tht ttoM of 
XXX; s ^>ln«lnf wlMd. old 
chair, ook flofftai otool, 
■Uiabethan bed post, old Bible desk, 
valuable chain and a beautiful 
Ixnils XVI BerRere cliiin whi< h be 
lorijjed to Queen Alexandra A .■•et'i'f 
of the .same design whirh also Iw 
lonKed U) the Quficu and which was 
In her boudoir hM Ml 1 ieU 0M ploce 
In a cabinet 

Wortliy of special note is the col- 
toctlon of Indian braaaea and copper. 
llMre la »tw Udo coPactloo ct old 
powtor and aoma mupiMb* ptaw i of 
Bohamlan glaaa. Amoof tba loeaa 
il WMie lovely old Honlton, one 
hundred and thirty years old. and 
.m antique lace collar which Ls oni 
hundred and fifty years old Tin 
embroidery on two tsabies rnoc.'^ 
wlilrli are one hundreil years olil I, 
particularly beautiful, 'Hiere Is an ! 
auUque plnciUkluon %ith Uandinaac 
plna, a beautiful book rest which 
tfii w i— i i to Ouaan Victoala «.n<i 
■ttt«tel for • ONM vara fegr ttnma. 
Lody Bualltan. ftur old wax dolls 
are amoot tho curkNlttea and a 
collection of old valentine.^ nf (!,.• 
early nlnetenth century are v.<<v''nv 
(if .sptvial tnent,l()n. 

< )ne of the most lntere.' lln)< < x- 
liiblf.s Ls an aiulent copy of the 
Koian with tlie original s>'a!. an 
anricnt .sheet of manuscripl mhim: 
(Italian) and a parchment and seal 



FASHION NOTE 



OIN the Navy blue wearerv 
if Tou Would tx' really 
.siriait Ihl.s .'-eii.'^on < >l (hf 
pn v.tllliiK iniKle l' a .suit of 
.slicM ti.i'.v wiMilfu with a 
bolero aitd a skirt with pleats 
atttebad half vay dawn. With 
thla aull la wont ft 
and glovaa of Maa 
vhtto 



World of Fashion at Royal Winter Fair 



betnx Spanish. Bruawla and TtaHan 

fans aiiioii)< tlierti 

There l.s Kieal iiil.eii-.st in Mie old 
aaniplerr; wnlrh wt-ri* worked m IKiid 
1810, 1759, I Ml and 1817 The old 
ttoart period ti'-edlework plcture.s 
are quaintly fascinating. Aiuohk 
the China Is some fine old Wodg 
wood, OhaaibarUtai WoreeaVer 
crown Dmbr and Dreaden. TDere 
are cabinets of beautiful silver and 
.Sheffield plate, which Include a 
.small Irl.'ih .silver salver belongiriK 
to Archbl.shop ("ox of Armagh 
Tht-ic 1.1 al.->o a child .s .silver muu 
made from the first ailver mined 
In California In 1848. 

One oC tba moat baavUful of the 
nice la a Fanlaa ruf, ftpvaamt from 
the .Shah, and Of esooptlBnaJly rich 
col oring texture. There li a beautl - 
!ul Vi'iictlan etchliig in gold on kIh-"*. 
a ImmiIi nol,-(i .Spaiii;,h l«-ai her l>ox, I 
old Spanish ' h/Ur.s datln^^ liiHO a ' 
Piii'ik;ueoe cabinet (i780) and a' 
\^on(lerful OOUfallOB t€ OblBese 
porcelain. 

The piotwe aaetloii taaa many 

an old 

at Wlnd- 

hiee sea battle water ( ilors bv 
nkn.nvn artist oue seascape , 

Oil br 



treaauroi. two by Kreighof. 
print of the Royal family at 



I )iiU-h KchiK)! I , 
( I >n'.' able and < 
T.'if Archives 
>(>rnt' !eil<s of 



a lan< 

her- 

i nUcrtion ci>n'ain.s 
^pecla^ interest to 



liiiti.h Columbia 

Tlie eahtblMan wriH oonttnue fron 
AprU • to II at IfoCloy'a Hall, 
Pandorft 
Street. 



Clubs and 

Societies 




An interesting Group KrptrHeming the World of Fashion and Society at the Royal Winter Fair. TocooiO. It includeai 
tI^' / ^ i' S^'i^' W M Hanna. of Cleveland, Ohio. J. Miaa Betty Saodford gnitlw of Toronto; 4. Miaa 
Toronto; a, lady Joan VUUac^ oi ^-luvlffft, Em%^ Wbo la a " **** " 



1, 



MiM 



Roae 

of 



.SI >;i IS 



Daughters of England 

Under the auaplcea of the Daugh- 
of Rlcham Coeur de Lion, dfttlngtteta of Boclaad Lodgo Priaeaaa Al- 
bftek to tba twanftli otntnnr. exandra OMr » cooant and daaoe 

was Klven Itraraday In tha 8.0JI. I Broad Street 



dated 10 B. and tha 

B c. 

Tlic exquisite worktnan.ship of 
some rare oM Hivn.i iviir\ ami lace 
fans marlLs uh-h: as on-' of the 
•peetally Interesung exlilbiU, there 



pupils of Mrs Cia-.kll!. V(hm1 
by Ml lih.Hlf.s. Mis MriMs 
Madwf Shriiuptnn and i <■<",' a w : . 
b\ Mis ("hai)i)«-ll Ilw ai i ..u i panisLb 
v.tif Mrs Holt and .Ml .s lihodes. 
I'he remainder of tlie evening was 
taken up by a dance, managed by 
Mr. JacJLlln. There ivara about two 
hundred daneen prcaenL ReOreah- 
meota were aenred In the ooounlttee 
room to the artlata by Ura. c. 
Smith and Mrs. Barnes. The next 
«*otr practice will be held on Tues- 
day at 2 o'ciook In Ika MXUL Bail, 



Hall. On the concert progranunel • « » 

were part .songs by a choir of twenty Camo«nn Chapter 

voices conducted by Mrs Hhnmp 1 rain.>.sun Chaiiter I O D K. held 
ton; piano <;olr.<! bv r'h\llls Hat r.'i^iii.ir inuuthlv ineetlns: on 

field: (ianif^ tn F:ihel Han.son ^ VV rd i icsiia y Ahen considerable husi- „, . # o» »»i k 
Barry Taylor and Buddy etevem.iness was covered and plana ™»de. | , j ,^ ' 1'^,,,^^^.^ 

M;rharl s and 
('lirnianni.s 111 



'Ilie <hap;er a( ccptiyl with regrret 
Mrs .S f Moxly s roiK'natlon, but 
■>\; i 'sl htT <-\i-ry surccs,, a.s regent 
of the Major John Hebden Olllesple 
Chapter. Congratulatlona were ten- 
der^ iCiB. P. I. Oorby on her elec- 
tion aa aecand Tlee-regent to Muni- 

cip i! ( 'Iiapter. Mrs ( ;cn,%'e Mile.s 
Wa, ai ' ird<-(t a s'andniK vn'e of 
thanks and t hi i.yeiit liianki'-l all 
who had done so much to make thf 
tea, in aid of the hut [o be, built at 
the Sunshine Camp In memory of 
Mlrs. Henry Oroft, lueli » auooaaa. 
Mrs. Moffatt waa propoaad aa a new 
member and aeeepted. 'Varlooa re- 

fxirts were xaad. Including the quar 
terly report Of the Travelers' Aid. 
• « • 




I5 Your Wardrobe 



Ready for Easter? 



N 



( )\\ In the time to send hidies* suits 
and dresses to be dry-cleaned ready 
for Easter. Weiare specialists in dry- 
cleaning and dyeing ladies* fine wear. 
Just before Easter our staff is taxed to 
its utmost capacity/ and by sending now 
disappointment and last-moment rushes 
can be avoided. 



of 

All An^eLs' Church, 
il Its ninnthly bu.si- 
u'•^s miTtiuK on Tliu'^.dav afternoon 
at 'h<- h"nie nf Mrs P: .A !' ; 'ut:b- 
The I'.A'r I'f tl:e sail' nf v 1 .1 k ua. 
dlscnsM »t an.l ' il'' a' ■ ii wij, , 1 
May 4 was decuifd upni 1 he f".- 
lowing ladles were appointed to 
dean the church weekly: Mrs. 
Porter. Mra. LeeaoD. Mrs. IC. Vkvaer, 
Ura. J. H. IngUa. Mn. Ako. Work. 
Ifn. J. P. Ohattan. iCn. H. x. 
Knight and Mra. Rlee. Arrange- 
menta were alao made to have the 
church thoroughly cleaned during 
Holy Week. The plarus for the new 
parl.sh hall weri' disi 1 >.-,<vi (u,d very 
shortly work i.s evpf.ted to com- 
mence on the new hiiilflink' 
all the wiiid'>\\s havf tua n removed 
from the iriimv and paMs nf the 
interior a-e tx-iiiK taltcn doun 



Mr.s H Clow and Mr. Brandon with ning at 8 o'cloclc in the K. of A 
twenty-four dlaes. Tha aerka prise '''■ovr: run'' nt .-street 
went to Mr. H. Parker, and Mn» A 
Ouy and Mra. a. Blekford. 
• • • 

KinK^'s Daofhters 

The Mini.sterinc; Circle nf King's 
DauKhiers hrid then annual meet- 
ing on Friday. The ofUcers' reports 
showed much work aooonpUriMd 
during the year and much money 
expended for relief work in tha city 
and for the hoapltai at Dunean. Of- 
ficers for the ensuing year are: 
Leader, Mr.s R R. Watson; vice 
leader. Mr.s R a Playfalr; record- 
inif .secretary. Mns. A. PSfiy; troaa- 
urer, Mrs. Sharpe. 



1*0 Ladlaa' Aid of Knox Presby- 
terian Church ].■:<! !■ . 1, ,,-;]!:, r 

monthly meethiK mi ihiusd,!, 
afternoon, with Mr.s. Uempsey. the 
l)resld''nt in the (hair 




Spring Vogue 
in Drapes 

— and— 

Curtains 

Brighten vDur home with 
a selection from our latest 
styles. We nave nem a 

wide variety of new colm 
sclicmcs and materials. 

- (if sliades in. irk tlie trend of 
iiioiicia lasliiuii in drapes and curlain.s, and no more ini- 
!>ortMt factor can be fodnd than theae to make or mar a 
If \"n ate M! 'ioiibt let uf give jou advkt. We 

ale t ! I Hied to thl.s \\ I ■^'l^ 

Home Furniture Co. 

Qualiiy — Crowing en Seruice** 



*Saft 
92$ Fort 8t 



sn9 



>4lLL EIPENSES 
INCLUDEH 



Dr. O. M. Jones Chapter 

The regular monthly meeting 
of tha Dr. O. M. Jonea Chapter 
I OJDA will be hrid at tha hoRM of 
Mrs. L. A. Orogaa. ISS UaOm Att.. 
on Tuesday, at S o'clock. 

« I* • 
EsqulmaH Chapter 

Esquimalt Chapter I.O.OJL Will 
meet tomorrow at 3 o'ck>ck at the 

home at Mointyra» Daaaaniir 

Road 

KHqiiuiiall I rlrndiv Ui l|i 

Esquimau rYiendl , il. . . will n^eet 
OQ Thursday morning at 10:80 
e'doek tx the Parish HaH 
• » • 

Janlor l.t'.iKiii- 

1 h( April iiieccng nf Junior 

i<!) il , i..;..n Catholic Women's 

I league will be held on lliuraday 

evening hi the Ubrary of tha Mshop's 

, ,1 , ,, ^^^^•'^ house at 8 o'clock. 
>f the farewell .vx-lal to ; • • ♦ 

The social onmmlttee of the 
Y.w.OJt. wiU hold a "guaat tea" 
on Thundaar, Majr 1. ftooi 4 to • 

o'elodL 



W£ HAVE AI^ 

Attractive List 

under the direetioa of aapori- 

ciur i . .M,iiactora. 

If You Would 



to amim your trla 
iDdapandraUr, wa r«p- 

r«*rnt sll itram<hlp 
Una* uid run oBtt 



Pamportt *«t'' u - *-i1 
BscrM* Inoiii »f ■ 

< 1 1 V rlOKR arr ii r 

• It Uor't 61. Tel. t?«a 

Or wHu o. r. imi*. dm. r»a. 
AsMt. VMwlai, m.0. 



H anapian N ational 



' !i Daues, and the Young 
People .s concerL Plans were made 
for new actlviUes for the <*«"«Tlig 
year, and Mrs. H. W. Ourtia, ttm 
newly-appointed treasurer, aeknowl- 
edged several donations. Mrs. ftands 

lad tbfi da?Otlnnnl prrt.KL 



Columbia H'.A. 

The monthly meeting of Columbia 
W A Dl(xesan Board wUl hi h» , l 



Dentistry 



Do your house 



cle.inin>i; early thi.s 
Jraprri(''v nii^s and 
••••••• ^ ■■■•'^ I ! 1 1 !■ ^- conic ) our 

plant Willi a rubli UUr on. Avoid delays 
by sending now. 

The opportunity is also a good one for 
looking through each item of the men's 
wardrobes and sending their things with 
the rest. 



Men s Suits 



$1.00 



St Matlhcw H <iuild. l.anKford 

The monthlv nicetniR of ^;l Mnt- 
thew's (i'iild, l,an»!(n:i|. whs held on 
Wednr flav iif'ctnuiin iit the resi- 
dence of Mrs. 3. Straw. Langford 
Lake. Mrs. H. A. Hlnok presided, 
and the honoranr president. Mrs. 
A. L. Ifbion. road the prayera. The 
secretary reported on the waffle tea 
and the Doreaa aeeretary, Mrs. A. 
Walker, distributed work. A fete 
and sale will be held in July Pro- 
vlRlfin of a cover and lead lui!ni; for 
a haptl.smal font was di.sciis.secl and 
left, in the hands of the vicar. At 
the if-rjuest cif St .John'.S W .^ th<' 
Kiiild Will liHve a box for vohint.nrv 
contributiona to the atnking fund 
for tha vtoarage. 

Jaasaa nay i^adiet* am 

The Jame.s f^.w I'r '■Inirch 
Ladies' Aid h'ld ■ Mieet- 
inf at the home of Mrs. U. Wllkln- 
aoo, Mlagara Street, on PHday, the 
prsdda n t. Mfcs. Oeorge Kfarkandale. 
In tba chair. A quantity of routine 
business was accomplished. Easter 
flowers and cards will be .sent to 
the ".shut-lnji." The datr w.i.^ finally 
fixed for the Kaster tea to he helfl 
'h'> flriri h i>n 'I'lipsdnv evening. 
Apt): , tt hi^n 'n<Mf will be a 
pel' ' ' '; «li I'Tdci '.U.'lc in 

chn^Kf if Mifl I'Yank .Schroeder, 
al.Mi 1 ! ri I Hiking table convened 
by Mrs. U. WllklnBoa and Mn. A 



on Friday at St. Saviour's Parish 
already HaU. Victoria West, and wffl be an 
eyeninff eeaslon only, commenring 
at J o^olodL TMs Is to meet the 
convonlenee of the business women 
and gtrls' branches, who it is 
hoped will tt well repre.sented. 
Rev Cassills Kennedy hn.s been 
invited to (?lve a lantern lerliire at 
8 pan. Interested church women arc 
eordlany lanted. 

« • • 



Women's Institutes of 
Vancouver Island 



Card Party at 

The Mat card party of the aartas 
haid vadar ttoatoploes of the Waat 

held en Wedneaday otenlnir. with 
eleven Ubles enfMM In p! « t-^ ' 

prlze.s were won by the folln.^;;;!; 
FmM Mrs VV,«i;;iic .Mns J Robertas 
Mr. K VVhlVli.-ns*' .ii:d Mr J. 
Roberl.s. with tvir-,'., p dLsrs; 
second Mr. and Mrs. A. Lacousiere. 



50c 



NEW METHOD 

DRY-CLEANERS 



9090 




At Foster's 
Fur Store 

Are Some Interesting 
Shrill Noir jfilnot 

We are ehowing a wMe vaao 

of sele.-f Foi Vpie. rs. in 

eluding White Fox, Beige, Ked. 

Paaelv I f aie, and 

al«<"' SaM*" f" .1 f'.,iih,» n 'l.4l'ir 

and Baum Marten, Oyed 

WaM an4 oHmt popalar ftn. 
These aeckpieeee ar» all spe- 

riallv prireH, havnijj hrc 
chased pravioas to the tcv-w 
in cf saii in taw far prkca. 

CoMO *■ lu Bior iB w . . . lli>ai ! ' 

o'lr ple«»ure to u iUW y»' f'r 
1216 CoTcrnmcnt rhone 1SJ7 



The regular meeting of the Vic- 
toria Women's Conservative Associa- 
tion wUl be held tomorrow at 8 
pm In the Con.iervative Room.s, 
Campbell BiilldinR. The Hon. the 
Minister ^)f Education has kindly 
Cull cnicd to addres;; the meeting on 
n ti.pii ol general Intereet. A so- 
ci.ii hour wfll follow and a good 
attendance is requested. 

• • • 

To Hold Shower 

A meeting of the ladles of R! 
Martin's in !he Fields wa.s In . ! i n 
Tliui -ila\ Hfternoou with Mrs. H. H. 

' ni the chair. It was de- 
cided to hold an apron shower for 
the Baster sale of work at the real- 
denoe of Mrs. J. C. Newbury, too 
Octta Road W., on Tburadaj after- 
noao fkem 1 to • o'sIoq^ 

• • • 

Fmm.uHiel Bible Clam 

Mi a H MrNell. of Oscar Street 
eni< ! ■ i'.no.i -tir Ivies' Bible ri.w 
of Kn I till II I . imdav Rehool <>n 
Tliursd 1 , i."; :!ii")n rho'.e pres^^n' 
were Mrs Fergu.son. Mrs. Sherwood. 
Mrs Doyer, S^iss A. Sproule, Miss 
M. Sproule. Mrii. Strain. Mkm Mae 
Mason and Mrs. Plak«loii. 

• « • 
Pythian IMefa 

Hm Pythian Sisters nf island 
Twnple. No. 8. will hold thf^ir an- 
r.'.ii\] anniver.sarv birthday ; i md 
li;\nijiiet cm 'nvirsday. All ■ ...icrs 
and brothi'; kinrhf.s are cordially in 
vlted to t>e present. There will be 

a teM latlng at 7.30 o'cloak. 

• • • 

Sale of Work 

The teachers and pupUs of 
he Weet Saanldi BttooiA, have 
jarranfad a sale of work to be 
I held on mday afternoon. Aprtl 11 
■]< r\ vlll be served, and there will 
. !«> a sr>ort proffrumme. 
I ... 

I>.i us 11 t<t ■( (if SI (,r<HKp 

I T'! ; 1-1 It"! !•! , .if I 

J I. -(Ik,-" Nil H.! V.M hold Mien regii- 
Ini ! .f>eting In Harmony Hall on 
Mi^nday at 7J0 O'clock. ▲ Whist. 

party wUl foUow tha aaoallw, be 
giutfnc at •.*10 antML 

• • • 

vietertaa Order 

TTie monthly meeting of th* lornl 

Ixwrr! of the Vlcn .t ::.ri ot i-r of 
«ni Iv h»"M Si' 'Ur ! i<lf nc* 
-if Mr' I .r"..- i» , ■>!> I i|i--(i ::« iiftfr 
noon al J < , >. k preceding a 
tlnii 







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CEDAR 

On Tuesday evening the mambars 
of ttm Oyster Bay Women's Inatl- 
tute were Intttad by the members 
of the Oadar District Women's Tn- 



Speedway. A dela- 
enjoyed by all All 
of the meet I. 'n: ,in 
nui.sical proKran.n.i 
belnp followed h, uti :iii;',h nr . |." 
niK conte.st, iiiu r which refresh- , 
menl.; were Kerved. Among the 

Uysier Bay members preaent were 
the followlnf : Mr. and Mrs. Rumble, I 
Mra Brawn. Miss Harrtet Brawn, 
Mrs. Wood. Mr. and Un. Thlcke 
BClss Hlllyer, Mrs. Rouleau. Mrs 
Kennedy. Mrs. Rayer. Mrs. E. Peer- 
less, Mr. and Mr.s. Troop The Oys- i 
ter Bay In.stltute members have 
made a beautlfnl comforter filled 
with slieep's wool, and this eomfor 
t< ; . hope to raffle nl thfi m v' 
meeting to be held on AprU 8, In 
tha Oyatsr adioolhouae. 



at 



Reasonable 
Prices 



V W ( \ Fihibttion 

An eihthittoo of work dosas tag the 
eiasBsa haM hi tha T.WXUL daring 

the ndl JM Spring terms will be 
held la mi nasodattoB parlors on 
•he nftaraooB and evening at Jprll 

i« Tea win be 



LAKB HILL 
Members of Lake Rill Woaaan's 
XhstttMte are holding a aihar tea 
In the Lake RU Oonununlty Hall 
on Wednesday, from S to 5 o'dock. 
There will be n pmicramme and 
other attractions a cordial Invi- 
tation 1.1 ext/^nded to etWJMM In 
the dl.sfrUt ti. iitu-nd 

A rn.m u ,i: i i;ii» rl;i , '. i r i >!'• -i 
I'lUiitii asylum, nnd » ni> •> whf.t.i' 
In the trrounHs he twi a patient, to 
whom he said; .alfifli 

"How did you get here?" 

The man rapUad: 

"Well. air. yon aaa I nwniad a 
widow with a grown-up daughter, 
and then my father aanlad asy 
wife's daughter. That mada ngfirtf a 
the mother-in-law of her fathar-ln- 
law and mv father bwame my step- 
' "n [ : !''n ;ir: ■ 'i .n'-: !ier, the 
'< ; (il rnv wife, Imii -i son, and 
that txiy of eoiir.ie, wa.s niv brother 
bfriiMs.' h'- was my father sou hut 
111 I S ., my wife's stef)s<in nnd 
th'Mf.i'- li. r Krandaon, and that 
nniiif ni" t!;r grandfather of my 
step- brother. Than my wife had a 
son, so my OMthar-in-lafr. the step- 
sister of my aoa, la alao his grand- 
mothar baeaaaa Ms step-sister is his 
wife. I am the brother of my own 
son. who is also tju- son my step- 
granrtmothT I am rnv mothrr s 
father-in-law mv wlfo is '•; (.in 
eh'.iit s Hnnf ri:', son I.s 'i!! '" ,s 

nfphr-v nnd 1 .ti; tiiv ii:i;i (cr.ind 
fat )]f: 

' i hat's one reason I am here, air." 



OUR methofj is fo luing the joy of 
sound, clean, healthy teeth within 
ib€ reach of cmy one in Victoria. Wit 
wodd rtdier attend to the dental oeedl 
of a great many patients by reduODf ifai 
coat to aa abaolute minimiMH. 

It is a tyitaai wrhich we have been prac* 

tising for manv n »l and a' pie 
discuss derilisti\ ,uii' their frirmis they 
hnd that it is a disUnct saving to come to 
this office. Our plate prices have always 
been low. bat now with a iteadi|y in- 

<: f.\ ■'.•!] i' liusmrss we nffer thig 

iugh-giade service at a further 



DR- COULTAS 

1309 DOUGLAS Sl KLLi 
^Orniinrl Floor) 



Weak Radio 

TilllM 



rh» «trrn«th of • chain I* thiil of 
vffakMt link" 80 It U wiih fA.r, 
tubM. DM .fMltr tafea wn MP tii> 
viMOilr 91 tha w s la aw. Brlas uin . 
inie ear sisie. He wn MM omb var r 



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MOTHS 

W'r liavc an ensily applied 
ind inexpensive process for 
mothproofing?: your clothes 
closets (^r hiirrau drawera. 
I'or complete ioformatioo, 

Builders' Upftf Ci. 

Covenmeat 1^ 



il,r«.« 



No. 




America would never be the 
country It la but for the pancalte 
...Tba arrtanattnn la 
faemnasfer 

absolute^ 



Visitor: What la 
aaiaaslng wealthf 



but iift#>r 
tfcgreiea. 



for the " ■« 
any meui(xl. 



Furniture Removal Vans 

with ' lourd iliMir*. arr «[!»•< lally ion«'nirted for U;r removai 0l 
hoturhold kooiIh S^parat'- ( oinpar tmrnta for china mn^ m 

Otn vxpi »ir h/'iviiy p«iiiiH thr 'nighniit . indivldnal IwrallBra 

Rivp «<1dr(l protection and inwurr ag.unst aajf I ~ 

■crate h«* or labtMng. Tcicphooa caU briags aar 
door; yon are Bot obMfatKl. 



SHIPPIMO 

AGENTS 

REMOVERS 

CU8TOM8 

RROKEKa 



DUNCAN 
STORAGE 

COMPANY 



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THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA. B.C SUNDAY. APRIL 6. 1930 



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Social and Personal 



PenonmU,PariUs 
VbUon 



bCMi 

A iMv* number of daoeen ' u> 

sembled In tli*> Turtur OillI at Iht 
Euipreu llutcl hu>l night, aiiiuni^ 
thoM noticed beliig Mr E C Mie- 
vlelle. Captain Btrralleild and Cap- 
laln BlundkU. of the Ctovernur-Oen 
erftl's staff, MIm Aium McBride. 
MLsft Lv*cy Bryden, the Mlnse.s Helen 
and Morah, WUaon. Aliu«BodweU. 



■pond< 
thoM 



■ auiu MWaUb TT*MRWU| HMWf W«*f»U( 

• Major A. a, atimphray^ llaJsr A. 
» Lyoni*. •fed Mb. A. llTOfMB. 
^ Mr. •DflliM. Oiaffce Oanbto. Mrs. 

n C. Combe, Mrs. D Cockburn. 
' Mm Carmen Macdowall, Mr. and 

Mrs. Uvcn Boillh. Mr. D. M. Uywe. 

Mr. Coagrovs, Mr. U. Brown, Mr. 

Arruidrn. Mr. a Wallace, Mr. C 

Mtniian. Mr. R. p. WlUnot. CapUln 
] WaJlil, I>r. Keys, Colonel azui Mrs. 

• PazMNM, Or. and Mrs. MltdMll. Mr. 
. X>udllf Bwbtdgc, Mr. WhftiM]r> 
' Griffiths, Captain and Mrs. Colqu- 

houn. Miss Mvfaret Campbell. Mrs. 
Ada ad, Mrs. Mary Martin. Miss 
Inez Ker, MlHS Yoder Peinberton, 
Mt.v. H. U-n Smith, Mlu Elsa Mi- 
cliitclLh. ('a|)tani Mogg, Dr. CJ. Hall, 
Captain Lloyd, Mr. G M. BUUngs, 

Mr. H. w. liob»rt4, Hr. W. Umbat 
aai Ifr. Ck Wnm^. 

• • • 

Bridge Ba^ium 
: Mlw MujrM OmMs wiUrtoiml • 

• f aw frlands at ferMf* on Thundajr 
S arvnlng at her hone in Oak B«r 

; The following wtre pre»enl Mrs. 

W Citnicron, Mr<! K HptherinRttni, 
, Mm M Mai K.iv Mi.v. HejRa Cody- 

• Johii.-nn Mlsf. Kiiv JmniiiK, MIm 
Joun iiii! ,Mi,-i.s Kila Lewis, MLs.'s 
JesMe McOreff, Mlas Florence 

< Paterson. Miss Owen '*cmnr^ Mi^*" 
'Muth JenklBii MIm MkTlMl luid 
' Mihs DMt'othea Ptitf^lr, 

• • • 

: Mr. kd4 Mrs. fltanlcr MclAren 
««at«rtalMd newtir ■! • deUghtfui 
;nrty. Um OflOMten btliig th«tr fif- 
4iM0th naddlat Mmhnnanr. The 

"w in ners at cards were: Ladles: Mrs. 

J 81'iiUi eoniKilHt ion Mi r J Po.st . 
gpnti'iiieii \Tr Frank l,*Roy; con- 
Bolatii'ii (' Mclrftrcii Ttie .sp*'- 

ciai pi ue wiui won by Mrs. P. M< - 



lAren. Mr. Prank LeHoy prr)p<»ed 
a toast t<) the host and hast«hs, rr- 
nded to by Mr McLaren Among 
present w«re Mr and Mfk (j 
OottrU, Mr. sad Mra. P. Mxrl^rrn, 
Mr. Mtf Mm, f . Uaogr. Mrs. F. He- 
Umk, Mrs. J. pin<tf, Ifr. Md Mrs. 
J. ABwy. MDr. afKl Mn. A. JohMPn. 
Mr. Mid Mr*, i. BUmm, Mr. and Mrs. 
J Part. MiM Bit* Oottoll. Mr. 
ciiwttoo jnitb, Mr. o. 
and Mr. itoal«7 MeUiw Jlr. 

• * • 
Tea at Empress 

AniouK the Ruests at the Bmpress 
H'ttel dnrlng the li-a hour yesterday 
a/U»rn«jn were Ijidy (Perey) I^ke 
Mr.s C A H»*n(lei^on Mis A K 
ilodglns. Mis. L Heistenn in Mlh*^ 
Olive Hemtemian, Mis No* 1 MMiif'> , 
M1.S.S Pfndrwv, Ml.-w B iSav.inaah 
Mrs. Cmiieron, MIm I ynch Min 8a- 
vunnah. Mr.s L ainilh, Mi.-^s K. iiii.\ 
the Mliweft Mary and KiithU-en ( la-. 
Miss Jean Mel^ren. Mrtt. J K 
Hodges, M1.S.S Ann Fairer. Ms O M 

8111100, Mr*, ttamlltoa, Mrs Mb 
lock, lb*. Roy AnfU*. Mrs Earl. 
Major and Mrs. Wood, Mrs. J. M 
Badloy, oapt. and Mr*. Tborpt- 
ooufeHa andlfra. I. VUdao^ 

• • • 

Kaater Danr^ Plannrd 

Tlic last dan(4' i>l thi. .season Of 
the Get Acquunifed C.Uii). ,a the 
Shrine Audltorlmn on Manh J7. 
proved a great bucccas (JsMng to 
jnaoy requests by those who have 
attesdod previous chib danoes for 
aaothv of thaia ontotaln- 
mmts, Mr. Bart Wathertll. maii> 
affor. has eonsented to arraac* aD 
Easter noxrelty dance. This will be 
held at tlie Soii.s of Canada dance 
hall on Thur.<ta\ April 17. lrOD» 0 
to 1 o'clock A ho' ti'4' and OOC- 
fee Mjppi'i w ;'.! !>. < i .«fd. 

.^nilounre IK< >«eill 

Mr and Mi- i A McLarm, W 
Powilt ily Avf'n i' iiiiiounce the en- 
naRt'inent ol then .weonrt en"'' 
Kathryn Ivjine ' > Mr Jut k li il- i' 
Sykes, younKt-'.t h..i) oi Mr .tr..: .vi- , 
ll«a*rt H. Syka*. ol Fiuspeci l^hjl. 
The weddlnf wlH take fdaoe at at 
John's Church on Aprfl IQ. 



afternoon in honor of ("apt and Mr*. 
H Oluei 1)1 Hons KooK A Viiiietyof 
.Spi iMK ilowi-ik, iniuiiUii^ (i<if (ihIiIs. 

tuUps aod went 



Will Be Married Shortly 



BirUid.i> I'arty 

Miss Ktta Bremnar entertained a 
party of fiiaads at the iionne of her 
pannli, Mr. and Mrs. a. BraouMr, 
N4 mi— W airoot. the oeeaatai 
balng her birthday. The supper 
table was aUractlvely arranged 
with ■prtBc flavm 

• • • 
Golf Ch* ■Hij* 

The ladle*' oommfttee of tht Ool< 

wood (lolf and Country Club will 
hold a hi icl»(e paiiy and tea in the 
new ( liibtioiise on I'ue.nlay Play will 
.'^.lart at ^.3U o clock aitd tea guests 
wlU ha valcomed at 4:1 



Bark From South 

Mr.i (i W AiulerM>n h.!.'- ritiiiii«d 
to Vlitona atlei .spendmii the 
Winter months In ttoulhant Oall- 
fornia, and i.s a glMl fll ttW ^VtB* 
dermere Hotel. ^ 

At Prospect Lake * 

Mr. and Mrs. R. a J. Were, of 
Morth MBM^fU^ Road, have 
moirod to thair koaw al fnipact 
Lake, where they wtt rariia dwBig 
the Sununar months. 

■ • • • 
Hetara to Winnipeg 

Or. and Mrs. Harvey Smith, who 
have been staying at the Smprcsa 
Hotal. ie!t n:x Friday b«|M for |M^' 

home in Winnipeg. 
Here From ( aUarv 



M • il : 

( '.1 iKai V 
I tie cllv 
of .Miiia 



' pendUig a 
inf 



lew 



^oek of 

days in 



hntertanik (•>■ ^ uiter 
Mrs. E. !•■ I'- -v. Rockla-ii Ave- 

iiur wa.s ho.Mch.-, (• a tea pai i . -.e.s- 
: ' : . alteriioon in liono;- of Mrs. 
II K. C. Carry of Vancouver. 



for 




OUR FOOD IS GOOD 

OUR VIEW IS FAMOUS 

Appreciated bv the Mo^i 
Fastidious 



laglaad 

• KBovtes left on the 
▼anaovMr baal fa 0aturday after- 
noon on IMT wmf to Now York, 
where sht Will Tlott hor daughter, 

Mrs Blood, for a day or two before 

leaving on thr Ausonia for a tom i f 
^>•J\gl^l\^^ tilu- intends reCuinuig in 

aMft flB Months. 

• • • 

l^avintr for Soatb 

Mr t; H Bcarrett will tx a [i • 
wnger on the Iliith Alexandi i tois 
morning, lor Southern Calllonua. 

* • • 
Party at "Buncnpia" 

Mr \V J BoWKeip&nd hi.s niece 
MiSK (lladys iTHl^ft. enterUiin. d 
about one hundrM fliests yesterday 



!' on 
Mrs. 




Birkingandliuiiiig 
Fits in Boss 

Ar« ObMkad AlaMst HmUdUv Wltti 



al 



KSBBvIa) 



MmFMUII IIN CO. 

Cor. 




Bftfiquet For Team 

A plea.sant evening was 
Pridav at the home of Mr. and 
F. Cooke, 1144 Bsqulmalt Road, by 
members of the Harmony Social 
Club. Nine taUfla of cards wave in 
progress, the wtamars being: First 
lady. Bfr*. FaUow: aaeood, Un. Oold- 
well; flrat gantlnan, Mr. HoUigan: 
second. Mr. Brown. The hostess 
then served refreshments, after 
\vliich a mock maniage wa.v per- 
loniwf) by Mr. Brown Mr and Mr« 
Miavcn Iv-int; bride and f.;! "mh in 
(eiet)iaiion of their tentii '.wildiniri 
annueisirv An opp>ortuni'v wa 
al o '.ikeii to present two li.embeih, 
Mi ■ Coldwell and .Mi Is'inery, 
with a beautiful bridge lamp in 
honor of their forthcoming mar- 
riage. Oueat* pr*aant were Mr. and 
Mrs. W. T. FarlM. MT. and Mrs. O. 

nith. Mr. and Mrs. F. Oooko. Mr. 
and Mis. J. U Fsa, MT. and Mrs. 
Elwood, Ur. and Mrs. Beaven, Mr. 
and Mrs. Brown, Mr. and Mrs Pel- 
low, Mr. and Mrs. Hurse. Mr u d 
Mrs. KnlliRan. Mr. and Mrs M 'uan 
M' aii'l Mrs BakT. Mrs Vmretit 
Ml .M I'arkes, Mrs. Taylor, Mr.s 
CoidAHl. Mr*. H. Smith. Mrs. Pea- 
cock, Mrs. Guest, Mrs. Rnniball. 
Mr.-; F;ntwrstle Mi.s.s Z Coldwrll, 
Miss D. ColdweU, Miss £. Bragg, 




MISS Maiy Coyne 
Mrs. Rowell, whose •ngag( 



Rowalk 4iBtfrtarjof 
•I to 



of Mr. 
tba 



and Mrs. 



H. B. Jackman. •f Toronto, has just been snnounced, 
tahs flwa Apill JM-Moto by Aahlay ft Crippen 



Island Social Notes 



ill 



Jdmes Island 

Mrs. James Doran, Sr., of Itanal- 

o ha.s tK'fMi tlu- k;i>v! n': \\iv .son 
and dauglitfi in ia«. Mr. and Mr* 

J. a nrsn 

• • • 

Miss Jean H:otr;in of vicioiia. i.s 
the guest of Mrs. W. O. Mllsted. 

• * • 

Miss Ruth Rkhards taainliifDed 
home frmn Victoria. 



Joining fofSM ««<|i tha bMkrtbaii 



oirl 



Mrs WiUirini Htverb 
liavinoiid Hivers 
troiu \ancouvei 



and Mr. 



Mls.-, 
.si-ster, 
Street 



M 
Mr.s 
( >ak 



AU' n 
J 



Visiting 
» Of 



her 



« • • • 

The Women s nc'iiu'e 
a wool bee on i lmiNdBv at the Koval 
Oak H.iU from 1(1 o cl<vk in the 
inorniriK Meniher.'t will provide 
their own lmi<h Tlie monthly 
ineeVlnj? will i>*' held dUTlDg the 

with final arraagenents 

le ;-^pMijg flftwcr show 



al ternoon. 



HSvrtw rrMka. CmU SiMa SesiMn ^ 




OKDAR BILL F..TJk 

The Parsot Teachers' AsMdatlon 
of oedar RIU School will hold a 
bazaar In St. Aldan's Hnll on W- I 
nesdav, April 9, from 3 till 6 o clf>- k 

M' .1 Hlii.hlifTe. wife of it,,- 
Mllii.''<r of KdiKaLlon, has kindly 
eon.sented t > open it, aod ttHM Vfll 
be the uaual stalls. 

The regtUar meeting of the as- 
so, latiflo will ba hald in Oadar HUl 
s< tiool t a * a orrow, at • o^eloak. AU 
parenU and friend* are Invttad. 



Fashion Fancies 



On Wednesday evenmg Mrs w 
O. Mllsted was hostess at a de 
Ughtfol girl bridga party. Her 

iniest* were: MT*. D. A. MOMisugh- 

u n Mr <i M Rlcharoj, Miss Ruth 

Hi, hards. .Mrs A. J. Pelrce. Ml.«is 
Baibara Ford. Mr.s M. J. Kirk, Mrs 
A K Kniinens, Mrs .S E Brai!!e\. 
M1.S8 Jean BroKan 'Victoria'. Mis 

JEroest Rivers, Mrs. W. J Sanders, 
Mr*. J. W. Van Norman. Mrs. Mel. 
Tiiie Watson. Mrs. a W. BoOaad. 

Mrs. A. J. Dakln. Mrs. W. RtTcrs. 

and Ml.'* Allan IVnnl.son The 
prues wcr'' won liv Mrs. M. J. Kirk 

Li A Ml Na 



Mrs. Artiiur Scruton. left on the 
saturdagr allsnwoit' boa* for Van 
ooupar, m imRa for taglaad. where 
rtis «UI MOMin. Mr. lenitoa follow- 
tng a Bttls Utar. 

• • • 
Mr. jack Basrt, Frospa 

who taaa baan asrlously 111. to 
proving In hsallh. 

* • • 

Mis* Margarat Karr, on the hua 
of tba U.B.O.. vaaoonm, is spend- 
ing • fbv diva at Mw MNdtb 



Royston 




On Thursday evening profrrf'ssivf 
bridge was played at m-vvkc 
Club. The prizes were v^ .i i M.-^.s. 
WUiam Rivers. Mis. O. M. Richards, 
Ur. A. J. 
Mcftoaa. 



Sidney 

Ml Victor Otxldard. wh- ! i 
been m Victoria during the Wit •r: 
month* in the Customs l>;>ar!nirn! 
returned .to his home here oo Mon- 
day. 

• • * 

Mr. and Mia. H nasnBl is « have 
moved from Baaooa Avaoma to the 
house onlUrd Street, reoently pur- 
ehMatf IMB Mr. J. Matthews, 

• • • 

Mrs S Rotwrtson and Mr*. B. 
MarKenzie .^pent a couple of day* 

Ihi.s -week vii'ii'inK trtaSdi Mid PliaP 

Mvps In Seattle. 

• • • 

Ml A fl Wnrrender. local man- 

•Ml'-t -f 'hi- IJcilik of Moiitieal. le 

tiirnerj to hii h >iae here last week 
alter an im' '.ynoi,' MglSV tMp aa far 

KO'itli a« MexiCvj. 



BUS, of Vancouver, Is 
a law daga 



April Time Is 
Permanent Time 

A permaBcat wavg 90m will Ugt till October. 




Swimmi n gpTmmii^ Golf^ Tour- * 
img, iSl^i Wmhur^ Rminy 
Wemk^r, Cold Weather^f<n. 
thing Affi'cU Our Pertnanenjif. 

This tg our dnty tiipg. 
wsvo ocpgrtg ia th« etCy. 



Tha nlilaati aafhIiahMi 



Maisoii TyrreO Hairdressing Parlors 

UMiT£D 



At DAVID 



spencb:r. 

Phone 7800 



if s 



TMwd Into tba bri ms of the new 
BprMg Kals are many nofsl and ta* 

rlivtd'isl '. ^-^nr nf rtvlini?. Pleata ap- 
P''a r 111 <"ir [iri.>-mir places and offer 
n di-tmcti- I' qtialHy to 1930 ver.slons 
of tatloifrl and dr*^-^' ivllTn'-TV 
With H ; ■'..' i;-. i-c H tv r ; ;-, ■ or 
a single pleat on "Hc side r i t>^ 
uaod. or again one side miv hr 
niaatad while the other is folded 
back to e x pres s an individual con< 
reption of the Idea. This later ts 
the choice of the gray pannmslaqu* 
ii '^lcl sho«n .Tt ; .;, if the 

Kkelch aliove 11 i.s t-anined with 
ijieen \r',\r: i.t.n.ii vinuli i.. d:.i|,«'d 
over I he torehaad and knotted on 
the left side, while on tl\e 
is poUad through th* bdflB. 

^MttHT hnportanl 
of flka p rese n t mode ts 
Iftwwr model of hlack 
ITiat U the pi''' nri'sri'i'' efferf of 
ti.e iMsiop bn.ii which harmnniMs 
4t Mip'it.'iv I'h lr')';k.l of thi» 

day Here t.lu» brlin is rut i\ar- 
rower in front •« l-i tlie pro- 
vocative habit of brims this Spring. 

law — tl>s rtiasfci. to be 
by a avtsa af plaato *t 
thabask. A narrav bani af flovar 
and whito leather piped with rod 
Mippiy s roinr eeMbraet that wavld 
ho' a aMItlHi to 



BUBe 



Ml .. J. 
spenUng 

.Sldtev 



Mr. Dave Burr and Mr. Bill 
ihoaiaoii. B Menn Afema. asototad 

to Nsnaimo on Monday. 

Mr. Ashley Oibnan, wha has 
been spending the Wlalar BMinths 

here n.s the guoot Of Ma par«ntj< 

Mr and Mrs. J. Olhnan. Amelia 

A'-enne. left on Bntiirday for an ex 
tended stay oo the prali les. 



I he .s<vond ajid final whist drive 
organized by Ur. Oordon Thomaa tn 
support of the pul>lic eehoola Bum' 

la ttMasfaooi 
das wtn- 
lAdiee, 1. Mrs. White- 
house: 2. Mrs Ft. S. Roben.si,n, 
tiH". i»llji^' pri7.e, Mrs Wilson (leiit.le- 
men 1 .Mr WiU Daltn-. 2. Mr A J 
K.<1wird.s trnvplliu,' prlre, Mr I>c>n- 
nell\ Followuyj: ref resiunent.s. pro- 
vided b\ the ladles, the Hj>yston 
Trio, Mm. Carter, piano, Mr. William 
Whitrticusa, baojo and Tlolln, and 
Mr. DMtlMs^.aanplUM, provldad 
Bldfttad anBe for tha danetar. A 
voto af thanks to the musicians a^id 

an those who had helped U> make 

Um hflttday sports' r >nd a ^uce.^.s 
was moved by Mr (I'/rdon 'nuxna.-i 

ail ! i)iiefly resixiiided Lo by Mr 
Wh'ehousc Priw-w w re donate*! 
Ir. Mrs Wtliteh'ou.se Mr?. I'a^ k 

Miss Wilkinson a&d Mr. U. 



Miplc Bar 

Um Missss Griffiths recently 
mofrsd Into their Sinnmer cottage on 



• • • 

Little Jackie Oold.smith 'r Hill- 
crest Is visiting with lu» great- 
Mrs A 



Albcrni 



Mr M n Carhn of Ohsse, B C . 
is a v;<iitoi in town and IS • fOSSt at 

the A; tiiiK'* tron Hotel. 

. . ♦ 

Mr. A. J. Price left for his hon^e 



Langford 



Mrs. Straw, who will leave the iske 
to llvt to Bai^aa. was pr sss nt sd with 
two meinsntoss «( thla ~' 
namely, a cetoolal bo iiqa s t of 
lasting flowers and a aaehet of 
lavender grown at MetdiosUi. Tea 
by tba htof. 

• • • ■ 
IfeMMiV af VbBCouver. U 
if MBi. B. V. Le Queene 




• • • 

Mr A J Plneo of Va n eO UW is 
visiting hi* eons. Mr. L. A. iBd O. M. 
MBMb iW O few day*. 

• • • 

Mrs Frf fieri' i son and fsmlly, ac- 
coiup:<i.<ed by Mis. Fosbscg. Iwve 
left • n a TMt tg IMr BaSMi in 

Ml Hohc;< M'liinrd of Vanoouvsr 

\n vl<tPini; as a Rneoi of Ift. gag 

Mr^ .lame^ H Motion 



N}rs. F. Morrison 
vi.sihng ksr 

lain 



VMoria 
F. A. Bi 



Ml' 
home .it 
riav after 
«lsii»r-tn-li 

BM.^< !1 



f^rnwn 
;»••» Westr.:: 
visiting her 



'ft 



for her 

c'e: on Krl- 

brother and 



Mls.t Jean 
week '-nil fi'< 
Krluil field at 



Wilkinson spent. 

',;';rst nf MUk' 

( hrtnalnuA 



tiie 

It 



I (Jlarksun of 



Vancouver 



Royal Oak 



71»t paper danre held on Prlday 
e enirr "t the Community Hall, 
sponsored by the Women s InatlUite. 
was much onloyed. Tha Maiodians 
r>rchestra fSaaiBgB Mw mu&ic 
FHass wars w«« m^/tm: Fhat. 
Mr*. P. Oartai. THMtoi Beauty 
roM, ^*»cond. Miss Kathleen (Vrlf- 
fln. fuciuda; advertising. Mrs. W. 



Next Wedne.«id»y rvrphic fnil.sw 
Inif the 'la-sketbHi; i;nmea irhirh will 
I l'»e th.» sfiiAon. a dance «ill I"" 



Hotel 



The Ail>ein: Juiii'ir Aui.i.nry or- 
ganized a wfek held « v^rv .su' - 

reiwfnl hrldf drlvp on Iiienday evr- 
nint In Fnrreiit • Hall The atten- 
dance i^howed the popularity of Ui« 
young glrU> a* .'i-'venteen tables were 
in play. In etiasge of the UM^s 
~ ^pA Mlsees Hell 
-^'^ TBaSon- 

by the 

Mlseec BaMto Fsrrest and Bsdte 

Miles. The prlre winners wer« Mm. 
(irorwf ForrMt Mm Jair«a Fmrest. 
Frank Cle«g and Erie Dunn Others 
pr*»sent v^-f Mr and Mrs Harry 
Carlrr Mr and Mr« Cif^oT^f I^tin - 




'I lie' All Iinpoii.mt Ciipe! 
BulcMu Back' (i.ilvak Scarli 
Smart Circular Jabotsl 



1 



EASYEH COATS 



Vealurmg the !se^^J^wrU UelaiU 



Hon. Newton W. Kowall snd 

Mr. Henry R. Jackman, son 




lli< »niaitebt ubncs— tlie newest colors 
^nd you wlU b« dcUgbtsd IB rcatixg 
Kow BMcli yen can gBrt oa thetal Co»ts 
for evgry daytime oeessiea iadodod fai 
tliig group. 



$ 



35 



1 he cape * oat is a favorite — snd it is here !n 
many versions — the dressy coat with bolero 
I'acU or drape'I ia^'it - tlir fnr triinnied coat 
and tha strictly mati-taiiuiccl types. Black and 

hifbihtdeg. . * 



Ik 



^1 



H .1! 






Women's Rcady-to-Wcsr, Millinery an-l Furi 
Talephong 1901 1212 Douglas St. 



It becomes a relatively simple 
matter to smarten your ward- 
robe for Kastrr, If you use 
our coRYcnient 12-Ps3rmcnt 
Budget nan. 



Mrs W. Alider.vin Mr and Mrs. A 
North, Mesdaiiies Haslam Morrison 
S. Cosens, Croll, J. CleKK, W Eaves 
L. A. Ftaao, J. Burke, c Martin. J 
R Motion, a. Oartar, L. i 
A. OUIOrd. A. OOmour, B. 
H. Marriott, L J. McBanhnto. 
Janet Watson, Vlvtan MDs. L. 

Manloii .MarKaief piffle and Bessie 
Uedford. OUve Roff, Lillian Skwnon, 
Belle Patterson Nell. Anne and 
Honey Hurkr. V Alnsworth, J Wil- 
kin.soii. Dora Cox Je,s.<<ie Ru.st 
Myrtle Ii*-ck. Knld 'I'honip.vin, lai< > 
ami Eva CleRK Anne Pre.scott 
Messrs. K Forrester F; Dunn. C 
Qalllford, K Wren, A Mcciillvrey, 
J. OpnAt, T. Richmond, H. WUliam- 
Hanna. W. Beck, O. Hayne. 

a 
(% 

Moors, 



F. Olegg, O. 
wnUnscB, R. 
T. Ikaasr and W. 



LENTEN CANTATA 
WILL BE GIVEN 
ATRffiTROPOLTfAN 



The la.st of the series of Sunday 
afternoon .sacred recitals \H";l he 
given in Metropolitan Churr-h thia 
afternoon by the MetropoUtjin fhon 
undor tha dtraetkm of Mr. Frederic 
Khig. wtth Mr; Wwaid Faiaens at 
tha organ. Owing to the approach 
of Bsster, siaaunal nrasle am be 

featured. 

The t!r-t number will be Ch 
OoimiHi ( i,i;,i,i. i*ith Mi.-iS 

Dorothy i'ar.soiii as soprano '.lol.'t 

This will be followed by an '>i(!*n 
soto Iqr Mr. Bdawid Fsfsons. "Cai^ 
tllena Faatonye." by niilbiiil 

"The Cros.s " a I/r.'en ';i!.i,'>'a. by 
F Flaxlntrtx)!! Halkei ni]! ll!<ri be 
-iini: hv the; choir, with Mr5 Ariicir 
Dowell, sojirano Mrs ( if' .ry,: 1 1 , i 
Watt. rontiiiM". Mi diaries .Shf; ■• 
wood, tenor, and Mr. J. Almcad, 



Entertains Club 

A banquet in honor of the Oak- 
lands Jumor football team was held 
In the sehooi auditorium oa Wad- 
needay evenhig. nndsr ths aasplms 

of the Parent-Teacher Association, 
the youiiK players having disUn- 
gxilshed them.selve^ in scIkkJ sport 

circle* by winning the Junior Foot- 
ball Cup, 

Tha taMaSk iaaarAlad to fhe 

school eolors of purple snd goi<i 

and fie.sh .Sprtnt{ flowers, Irxjked 
brlKht and ^ay Thirl y phu e.s were 
set for thf> boy» and other K'lesl.'* 

After supper the boy.s enteied 
Into a series of gaine,<i which had 
been arrsafid and spent a Joyful 
time for IBs BgaThajr and a half. 

At tha does of (be supper a fsw 
lamarlES vera made by Mr. Bohbtos, 

president of the association, on the 
■ubjert of "CJood 8pdH«iTianshi[)." 
which was rftsponded to on btdialf 



of the bois bv Mr M-fnne.s th'i 

s. Moil pll'icipa: !\ .■I.- ii; itiiiiikl 

was pa.ss«d by llie boys to i.' ia lies 
of the committee who weic p m- 



for tba oatsrtag. Tha evs- 
■amd with ths sl^taw of "O 
Canada," and ntuneroos rounds of 
cheers indicated A healthy sehooi 
spbit. 



The April meeting df the Oversea* 

l,«jKiie win be held tomorrow after- 

nBn at 4 '>'!'"k in the private 
dtnlnK r.i,.m nf David Spencer, 
Ltd Veil A: i;'!' HI "li 1 :n c k win 

be the speaker, and his addrcits on 
WcstnUnster Abbey win be lllus- 
tratod wItB a Tt ltrtM^ af baauttfui 



T. AlUaaip Francalse wlU meet on 

Wedneeday afternoon at 4 o'clock 
at 1.507 l.«urel Lane. 



The Osoe/e 
final meeiliit; 
home of Mr 
Street, on 



Hr i<U;'' Club h. '.-l i' -. 
I.ir the sca.'.on at the 
I'i'tet Drnil .loll Croft 
We(1ne>j^la\- e'.entnif 



Mr. Jotm Ksjr won the prise, which 
was preeented by MM. ArcMe Alex- 

ander 





Hie irlrl 

iho L a'.'i 



ban, altB tb0 WBBiB* Mtwlt H«. Mk. aot Ml» Ai JViS^ Mb SB4 



friend ^«v« that the man 
ati «rnpp<>d up tn MiMK 




Up to Onto Wa Have Dona 



f 2,000 m 



PQIMANENTS 

Jugt Ob« iBligM Cu g t o wi nr RaoooMBgadiBg AaotlMr 



OOB PJUCB 




• 00 



l<'uli Hand 



MAIM, VTMiK WSm WY. 
hOMQ HAIS* 



wm mm 



ALL ONE VmCE 

THB SAME ICACHIIWAND 8UPPUB8 AKE 
USED WHERE EVEN DOUBI^E THE PRICE \ 
18 ASKED. iO 

WHY PAY more; u 




Firth BrotlMrs 

m FORT STRLEI 



VallltPJf. 



■Am* 



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THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. B.C. SI XDAV. APRH, 6. I'J.W 



9 



INCOKPOIUKTiO 2TT MAY ie7CX ^^K^^ 



flUaS .# LANI^ r STORBS ^ TRANSPORT 



4 



Committee ' . ' . 

CHA^LrS'VlNCrNT SALF, FSQ QKrrnof^ ^ 

«IR- fREDtRICK HtNRV RICHMOND, BART. . Dc^ry ( Jcntrnor 
QpNARU UANEMAM CUNLIHE, tiQ. OEORCC W(I LIAM ALLAN, EiQ. K..C. 
^yiAH*^UCH SMITH, ESQ, • LOUD rBURY", D.S.O., M.C. 
Al^MliwtrT MUKHCa^ •AST. ArtWHALP XMOHTUT OIIAHAU, £SC^ 
' THtf HON. AftTHUR JAKBDFALMIIt MOWAILD 

' ' . lIUUbUN i) BAY HOUSE, LONDON, £.G.a«' . ' 



k Canadian Commitut 

.WnXIAM ALLAN, JLiQ. K.C. . . . Chairyruin 
JAlln. THOliMOIIy nOr ■ lipniLT john GOUKOjev, ESQ. 

JAM«Ak»afimOllOKIClIAR080N.»a ooi|iA»jRiPil^imiiuunr,Eia 

' MOGH BUXTON lYALl, 



HUDSON "3. iAY HOUSL. MAIN STREET, WINNIPEG 
WIMNVIG ' GAIXM&Y ' VAMOOUVai ' SASKATOON ' EDMONIOK 



lNOOltPOft^Tso 2rs may I era 




Home Sewing Week 

Vox this week we are giving ipecial consider- 
ation to the needs o! the home dnessmaker, 

who wHI find an unusually fas t! ting col- 
lection of tnateriaia — new nn<l m la'cpinp; 

with the latest Styles as c^ceuiplilie^ la our 
Tattern Sec lion. 



Vnr Monday Only 

A Pattern Free! 

With every p irchase of Wash Fabrics to the 
\ line of $2.00 or over you may choose a Sim- 
plicity Pattern free. 



0 



Pine EngHih Prints 

in many colorful jiattcrns in small, 
nicdiiitu and large tlfsiRiis for dresses, 
•mocks, aprons and children's wear. 
Fast colors. Width 36 iatebes. Per 
yard »»# 

Nov«lt7 Printed Kayons 
that will fashion into smart and inex- 
pensive frocks. Shown in all wanted 
color combinations. Width 36 inches. 
Per yard 

Fine Printed Haircords 

Hard wearing l^nglish printed fal>rii? 
witli a line haircord effect. I'ritlted in 
small dainty patterns, making thcni 
•peciallv suitable for children's wear. 
Fast coloi V, r yard ... .aS^ 

English Printed Crepes 
in paatel-colorcd grounds of mauve, 
pink, green, maize, blue and white with 
patterns in contraatinv colors. Width 
JT inekaai Past colors. Per yard, W# 



Printed Waffle Cloths and Eponge 
Ihe popular fabrics for Summer wear. You will 
b« dtliffhted with the patterns and the colors are 
(aat P* yard ^4 

Printed Martialine and Bydelitsa 
Beautiful rayon fabrics for the better frocks. 
Printed in many charming effects. Light, 
madkia and dwlc jgtmtAt. Per ]rard«^.9i4M 

Prkitai Xaywi P^u* 

Another of the new wash fahikri that !< popular. 
Shown in many handsome pasterns and beautiful 
coloV comlMiiatient. Fast colors. Width 36 

inches. Per yard 1 

— Maini-loor, HBC 



Onr Notion Sou ion Links 
Up With the Special 
Sewing Week 




Abel Morrall's 
packet ~. — 



Offering Special Values 
Beat Needier an 



sises, per 
4# 



Sheet Pin?. .''00 pin* in parlcrf f,ir 4^ 

F\i. k-Rai k Braid, assorted shades, per yard, 4^ 

.Mercerized Cottort, 80 yards, boilproof, all 
wanted shades, par apooli.,-.,, 

f Klastic, S<*iach width, pink or white. 

•I ' n.i< for 10^' 

l.awn Bias Tape, double and tingle fold, all de- 
sirable celora, 6-yard lanftbs in packet for 
HeldinK's Sewing Silk, tvtry wanted ahade. 80- 

v.ir.| spools, per spool " 

t'ingham Check and Striped Tercale Bias Tape, 
aN colors, 6-yard piects at 14<» 



ft ffnishr para silk, •fblded doottf^u^alf fh<« 

trnn' Ir " irranfed fast wa- 

colors. Rfgii.ar J5c. Special, per ^ecc, 2<»f 



An Electric Sewiag 
Machine 

For Yoor 8p>ii^ Drwtmitlnf 

Vou.Have planned to "get through a lot 

of scwin;:" till'' time of year and you are 
Inoknig forwaiil to the interest of inanip- 
ulating and fixing up the ciiarniing fab- 
rics that fasbtoo offers. Don't invite dis- 
appointment by tfjring to make tn old 
worn-otit machine compete -with the new 
electric -with Avhirh yonr friend i» arrorri- 
plishing so niuilt. Have your electric 
sewing marhinr Rlf'.MT NOW. 

A Saving of 1^5.00 
And ISS Altoirad far Tmt Old MacUna 

This famous "Domestic'* (hntg shuttle) Con> 

sole is Kuaranteed to give years of entire satis- 
faction. Beautifully-designed cabinet and 
a«aippcd with sewiii« fight aJld f«ll set of 
attachments. 



RejTular Price 

Sale Price 

CMd 



Ii5aoo 

ISJt 



rntfintj f iiit < issors. Very sp«dal offer. 1' 
inch. Ter p*'r ,^ 



Net 

1:, Yoar old machine Of $100 down. 

Balance 11'"' 

—Thwd Floor, HBC 





vjiain|ian|t 

INOORPORATfiO g?? .MAY I67 Q» ' 




Cdtmu. / affchtffa. ^«is«v Ke 



1 




The f 
Smartest 
Straws! 

The Most Distinctiv« Stylti 
In New Millinery at 

10.00 

■\ fasciiMting ass'irlnunt "I '^^i'liiiK aiij 
Summer .Moilci H.its at ^t'l^ niodcratc 
price. Uakous, sisols, BanKkoks, gay 
straws — never were Straw Hats mope 
interesting and becoming. Each hat 
is different Colors are natural, linen 
blue, San Marco blue, beige clair^ 
ilula brown, navy, Corinthian prreen 

andhtack. pricadat fio.oo 

Floor, HBC 




CoBsuU an 
Expert Styli$t 

About Your 
Foundation Garment 

Miss Barron, of the Nemo Hy- 
gienic I'"ashi()n Institute, of New 
York, will be in our Corset De- 
partment all this week. Yon V'e 
invited to consult with her. 

Floor, N»e 



Women's • 
Smocks and 

Frocks 

Cotton Broadcloth Smocks at $1.59 
I'or hnnic or garden wear, or it may 
be for business to wear over o'ltli 
frock or bloust . A Neatly-Tailor^, 
r.xcellcnt-tjnaliiy Cotton HroadcloUi 
smock with V neck, pockets and btJt- 
toned cuff. In black, green, peach, 
rose and saxe blue. Sises 36 to M. 
Prica , „ 

Woomb's White TwiU Procha 
Fhere are many uses for these -White 
Twill Frocks in V-neck style with 
short |taMpk Sizes 36 to 44. 



Price 



91. 2K 



AUo with feng sle e ve s . Sises .^ 

Trice ..^ * i 



— iecoiid 1 iooi, H B C 



The SolariHiD 

AV'ill reroive a perrrnlaR'" <>f the 
rernpfs from the perforniain c 
by tlir M( l.rod }Ma\crs at 'the 
b'"\al Theatre on Tiiesdav eve- 
iinp next. This performance will 

be attended by Their fixccllcn- 



cica 



Lord and Lady 
WUlingdofi 



Ligaictics That 
Ladies £njoy 

If R <? Special Virginia, made in I,on- 
n. England, exclusively for !' ' 
n s Bi^ Company. Packet 

lor i'Or 

-Udy Sally" Silk-Tipped \..k , 
made by the Ardalh Tobacco C" 
(•atiy, London. luiRland. Jacket of 

i'^-- 1%4 

' Bogaslavsky" Cerise Na 2, a Russian 
'n^arette of excellent 'flsTor. Box of 

1" for BO<> 

Abffiiiu •o. 7. made from the finc»t 
\ irginia Abacco. Bex of 10 for MM 
Abdulla No. 11. mada from knparttd 
Turkish tobaccos B(w of 10 for M¥ 
ic Walker.- an rxtrrnirl' f 
V irginian ciparatn. Box nf r • iT^r 

Floor, HBC 




PRINCTIM 



MO/IERY EVENT 



Featuring Uisurpassed Values 
Women's and Childreji's 
New Spring Hosiery 

annual event, bringing unusual savinq^s on dcpen 
linsid v. Thousands of pairs in every new shade. 
>j»ecial low prices. 

< Full-Fashioned lOk Hoaa at tl.W a Pair 

Service weight, made by one of Canada's foremost makers. 
Long leogth silk with mercerized garter hem and reinforced 
feet/ A good renge of Spring colors. These are sb>i;liily im- 
perfect, hence the low price, thouRh the imperfection* are so 
sliaht that they are hardly noticeable. Sizes to 10. Per 



Vear-and-Onc-ltih tOk and Llda Hom «C Ole k Pair 

A «pod. S t o cking for the hi o w ing -nirtK ~ They have hem tops 



■pod, S t o cking for the gi o w ing -girtx. 

and are in ^od length, seamless and with spliced heels n "I 
toes. C'olors are mysttry, snnlirmi/p. naive, suiitan, plasa > 
rifle, black or while. Sizes to iO. i'er pair..,-»...».-....«0<; 
■ Pairs fv , : ^ ~-#t JW 

; WeoMB'a Coktott Hoaa at » Paira for |i.0O 



Made from good-wearing cotton yarns. .Suitable for hoii.se, 
garden .or beach. They ha\ e a good garter hem and are i • 

Colors are bran, French i 
Siaes 8)^ to 10. Per mir ^6<» 
w— .^......~...i0a»O0 




forced at the heels and tf)es. 
polo. tan, grey, black or white 
Or S pairs for....-^ 



Hndaooia Liala Hi^ at SOc a to 

Women's Full Length Hose with good 
hem tops, double sdtes, high sphced 
heels and all niadr trom (i^.dd mercer- 
ized lisle. In a good range of colors, 
including tiint^n, naive, grain, mystery, 
sunbronze, black or white Sizes 8J4 to 

10. Per pair ^ 90^ 

3 Pairs for „ fl.SS 

Rayon Silk Hose at 3 Pairs for $1.25 
Kayon Silk Hose with lisle hem tops 
and reinforced heels and toes. Silk to 
the welt and in a good assortment of 
shades; includtoc sunbronze, mystery, 
maize, grain, plasa grey, black or white. 

Sizes %y» to 10. Per pair BO# 

8 Pairs for f 

Chiffpn SUk -Hose at )1.50 a Pair 

First (Jrade Full-fashioned Cliiflon Silk 
Hose, Kayser and (.'.iticelli makes. 
They a/e nice and sheer, and have 
pointed Jtrttxh or square heels to 
choose from. Every pair is perfect. 
Shown 'in' bloflde rose, sunburn, Florida, 
rosadore, couchant. blondine, beige 
claire, gunmctal and blue lox. Sizes S^j 
to 10. Formedy priced at 11.95. Now. 
per pair ~....«i.~.«.».»......«...........«91«a# 



Woaan'a Ulk Hoaa at OSe a Pair 

Pnrc Thread Sill Ib.w ^ ^1 
heels, reinforcfii licrl tops am' 
and toes. .Seamless knit, an 
good wearing hose. Choose f^- 
crystal beige, iuntan, sable, 
evenglow, crana and laametal 
8^ to la Sale Prica, pu fai 
• Pairs for !r 



I llsit 



- 'i iiai e 
Ir hrrls 
11 ^' oil 
beige, 
ystery. 
Sizes 



Novdt]^ Lisle 

Fiill-fashioned noilclly 
iiicrceri/ed lisle tlwe.i.l 
Tbry are reinlnrrrd , 



1^ at tl.49 a 



Pair 

lisle nia<lr from 
tti f H 111 y designs. 
- and toes 



and have a good g^ftcr licni. Choose 
from fawn and White, sunburn and 
white, irty and white and black and 
white. Jtagular $2.00 a par. Sale Price 
•par pair JL ^ ^..f I.4f 



Kayser CUflan Hoaa at lUO a Pair 

Broken siiet, ahown in • twin heel, 
pointed heel; also with contrasting 

colored heel. Colors are flesh, suiUan, 
sonata, inoi pnli).;!)t, pastel, illnsion and 
black. Sues H'j to 10. All si/rs in 

the lot, but not all sixes in e.i 'i ! ir. 
Regular 13.25 a pair.. Sale 1: < ; rr 

pair > , 11 ■■ „, , 



Woman's Silk Hoaa at Sle a Pair 

.Seamless knit thread silk, reinforce<l 
with rayon to strengthen and permit 
longer wear. These have good garter 
tops and are specially reinforced at the 
heels and toes. Choose from natarelle, 
grain, seasan, French nude^ suntan, 
sunblush, pearl, crystal l>eige. rifle and 
tan^n. Sizes to 10. Per pair S0« 
1 pairs for _« 91.10 



OiiMrMl^l Three^Quarter QcK HOSS at 
39c a Pair 

Marl Mixture Rib Hose — a good play 

or school hose. They are assorted colors 
of black and white, brown and white 
and toast and white. Siaea>6>^ t ' ' 

Per pair 39o 

» Pairs for. -■- . f*-— 

ChiMren'a Tliree-Quarter Mercciucd 
Liala Hoae at 45c a Pair 

These are ribbed Hose with assorted 
colored tops. Colors are shell, Aire- 
dale, French nude. Sises 7 to 9. Per 
pair — 4II<* 

apaksfor.. ^->. 

Floor, HBC 




Extraordinary Sale of 
Chesterfield Suites 

In Three Priee Groupings, 129.00, 149.00, 179.00 

A wliolc carload of Clicstcrficld vSuiteS purchased at a considerable reduction from the re^lar 
market price and (.fif rrd to our customers nt a suhstantial saving. These Iiandsome suites are 
stronglv instructed and carefully upholstered and are all fitted with reversible spring cushions. 
Three-Piece Suite* Upholstered in Threc-Pioce Suiten TTpiui.tQfg^ 

Heavy Woralad Vatoar ^ High-Qrade Mohaw 

Chesterfield, annchatr and winr chslr, Medium-sixa saltes fai color* of tatipe 

or walnut. Cbastarfidld. S' I 
win; ....9148.00 



in colors 0t «M9a or wal> 



.f i;<t».oo 



12^ Down 

in Baay lloatkly AoMwOa 



14.90 Down 

Balaaci ki fea .M onthly Amounu 



Larpt iiaa Chesterfield Buitea ia Vlaa 
Quality Mohair 

Kxcellently designed and heantiftillv 
finished suites, upholstered in figured 
aao^octte ia contrastinf colors. Priced 
at — 917».«0 

17.90 Down 

Balance in hasy Monthly Amounts 

NSO 




This WILLIS Piano 



Will B« RidiiMd A% £\ ^ntU 
inPrktBMfaDsy Sold 

Monday's price is $Ji75.(^.Jijd it is remarkable valtte at that. Tf not 
■ aoM Monday it will be reduced llOXtP each day until it is disposed of. 
1 hia is a Mtghtly used piaao tot Ims Imm tlMfOMgliljr r a f on dito tdi 
Watoh dailjf,(pircrtiaitif aanoitoclnf the prke 

'lO.QO Down— 10.00 Monthly 



Dope, TM rioor, HBC 



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TfTK DAILY COr.OXlST, VICTORIA; B.C StmDAY. APRIL 6. 



19J0 



'Runs'inSikJtMery 
IrivMMy Mended 

PI«*M Leavr at the FoII«j%i..K 

1 Jcpo-s 

Cfcsliain Sto(kiii({ Mi^.p 
711 Yatri Strrci 

Madame Watu. 619 Fort Street 
W. Catlieart ft Companv. 

11'08 ])ou(jlas Ntu ' t 

MRS. CASS 

606 FORT 




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Women's Acti 



ChcMcn by iw after cucful con. 
■idendoQ of all mechoda M ch« 
finest obtainable. Let «u show 
you tne amuoally beautiful 
wavw achieved by tu with thla 
pnicaM — toft^ natural waves 
chat rival natufrt tfwfu hu* 
tre and charm. 

Gntirc Head O f A 

'>«vedfor #1 fi.OU 



Viola's Beauty 
Shoppe 



201 JeoMBMf. 

PhoM 2752 



"Wp niak(> thp mistake UuU the 
college ti.-((rfp and cultON STC kten- 

llcal •' John f-.'iskiiu- 



Society 
Notes From 
Vancouver 



VANCOUVER, April 4. — 

Mijis Ruth Hendenmn left today 
for BDclaad. vhMw her manlafs to 
( apt. OkBrtss Rad^e wlU take 

place. She has been extenslvvly en- 
tertained prior I:) her ^leparturc. and 
on Tuesday Miss Betty Bums gave 
a ten iKirty wheti Mrs Ernest Rogers 
presided at the table, and a large 
number of guesti were present. The 
following day Misfi Mary Procter 
cnU-rtalned lor the bride-elect at 
an evening bridge party, foUowed 
by a dance al lici ShaUghnewy 

Heights home. On ftklajr tnriBlnir 
Mt« PrtMoes Oovaa va^mrtass at 
a dioMr partr for Ilka Henderson 
at Jartebo Country Chib. Covers 
were laid for twenty-four guarts. In- 
cluding Mr. and Mrs. Duncan BeH- 
Irvlng. Mr and Mis John Aber- 
croinblc. Mr und Mrs Knicst Rog- 
ers. Mr. and Mi.s Hlalte Manning 
Wilson, Mi&s Mary Procter, Mlsa 
Betty Burnii. Mls-s I.vibel Hu.sself, 
Miss Margaret Hcnder.son, Mls.s 
Herald Hendry, Mi.vs h^tnta TaU, 
Mr. Pat Burns, Mr. Philip Bogm. 
Mr. Ralph Gordon, Mr. Oeatft 
Oovan. Mr. A. Bsnditsan. Mr 
Arttuar Proeter. Mr. DanaaU Kldiey 
Russell. 



cation, la a frequent visitor la the 
caplUl. The new rooms are spackms 
and charmingly arranged. Mrs. A. 
K Snyder, president. fI8S|Sd the 
members on their a ill s B ttl a tea 
partiir on Ftidav afto rn ae n . assisted 
by bar eaaeuMf . laehidtet -Mrs. 
Garsw-Olbaon and Mrs. J. W. deB 
nuTls. Mrs. Leslie Coote. Mrs C^w- 
Browne-Cave, Mrs. Lyall Hodgin-s, 
Mra. H. U. MorrlKn, Mrs. J. N. Ellis 
and Mn. W. S. BueU. 

• • • 

At Savary IMtnd 

Mrs. HriK e R<)bert*(jn and her 
mother. Mr>i Campbell, who in visit- 
ing here from the Ea.st. are .^pending 
a few days at Savary Island, and 
on their return Mrs. Oainpbell will 
apend some time here with h$r son- 
in-law and 



(<e<M-gian flub ()p«iis 

One of the iii!i-ri- ' Hit; cN Ciits ol 
the week v.a.v Ihr tdrn ;il oimmuuk of 
the Oenrglan Club, which has re- 
niovcc) to Us new looatkm In tiie 
oeoEgUn Buildinf. Iq^selal latcreat 
centres In this oh* ta Vlelaria, slnos 
Mn. u B. Xant, fonasriy of that 
Hty, to tbs s scrs tar y. and Mrs. 
Renkirr. wbo fooDdad the erganl- 



d's 



WorI( 

Sundard 

of 

<|UAIiITY 

SWIFT'S 

99 



OoloaMt and Mrs. Reginald Chap- 
lin ha»e ratarned from a visit to 
Kn(;land. and pt iuluig the comple- 
tion nf thi'ir new tioms ars ttgytng 

at Hotel Vancouver. 

• • 

Back From V^tl 
Miss Ror aUie a SUMiqr. vfao has 

been q^eodinc some ttaa to the 
EtM, tea rstansd tabmc 

Victoria Visitor * * 

Miss Victoria Ph^. «U» Jias 
been vlsWaff MTs. Qantnsr Jbhason. 
Is the Cttsst of Mrs. Chsshyra Jan- 

lon for the week-end. 

• • • 

Give SucreHKful Flay 

Nati\e UrtUKhleis of British Co- 
lumbia, Post No 1. were resijoiuilble 

Utr a \('iv .sui-ccs.sf ul pla.\ , "'rhe 
h'utiiilv I^psfuirs ' wiiuii phi\ed to 
11 lull liou.se on F'liday and wa.'s re- 

iieated again this evening, owing to 
the wide demand for tickets. The 
prooisds wax hs detotad to tike post s 
wocIe. Hie cast was ehosm aonmg 
the mnnbers, with the emtUMi of 
thras mala parts, 

e e 



Tba aMsgr Mwds eC . 

Briggs. formerly of TIetoHa, wfll be 

\';ea**<1 >•.-.••». '' it s'.,« ' • 
ccisluJiy recovered i;om an opera- 
tion, ^ 

♦ • • 
Return From \ i( torn 

After speriiilnK .i tr-\ days In Vic- 
toria Mr and Mis r J, OwrtdSOn 
have returned home 




filllDENrS OF 
UIGUSCUOIIL 
GIVE COMEDIES 



Three One At t Play.s Are 
Presented by Nanaimo 
High School 
Actors 

VARY GREATLY 

W CUAftACI£R 



CrntennUd Choir Git ex 



nrnh photograph shows Princess Mary, only daughter of Their Maies 

u '""L """^ '"^'"^ *• ^ VatfcJkhitty himt at Gold. 

Sba k tfat aew Cou 
riaeoaBt Laacell 
ireas Us fathsr. 



bor ough 



recen 



vlnaty 

lias inliciitcd thr 



title 



Silks and Other iUuJfs 

Nfw Frocks Need Eleven Yai^ of Material— Beami 
^ iui Colors in Scaton't Dmt S^lii 



"Premiii 
Hams a 



MADE IN B.C. t7NDSR DOlkllilldK 

R\MFA- r iv' -i'i ( noN 

Look for th« Name "SWIFT" en E«ch Piece 

Swift Canadian Co^ Ltd. 



' 'Vhr K..(jiiiinii l!iiited Cluu ii 
(•njoM'd a n'.>>!l dei)t;hrf'i! coHMMt 

Oil PiMday nii;!;t whi.M th,- (■eiven- 
nial Chun h Cluiir nfK\e a pin- 
granunc under the auspices of the 

Indies' Aid. There were several 
I dhoruasa by the choir and the fol- 
kmkm IMUTldiMl artlsla alie ooo- 
, tdhutsd ttadia to the eoQoert: Miss 
Donna White, soprano solo; Mr. Joe 
Almond, baritone soloe; Mw. Wrank 
I Cliapniau hij!1 Mi>- M ;;aii!u-ls( 7i. 
' V(K'al .'-I'lo?, Mr^ Hui' Locke and 
I Kddy Lewi'., hutnonius .'.elfc! ions; 
Mr. Kraiik I iipman, tenor bolos. 

nuiing the serving of refresh- 
Imanta by the X<adlss' Aid later m 



CANADA 




Riirtfressi'Bt Spotiaii 



Waterwave and 





No 

Prompt Service 



Shadow 'Marcel and 
' ShgrnpoQ. f 1.00 

Ware and 
ShfUBpeo* 91.00 

FIRTH BROTHERS 

lUnenta— You Juet WaUc !■ 

709 Fort Street 



vatn s rj 



ths erelong. Rev. lliOBies Keywcrth-i ,^ 
sad IfirTHoW Boved a hearty vote] 
of iheaka to the choir and the'^'^" 
various artlstB. to which Mr Fra ik 

Tupman, the choir leader. re<;p r.deU 



()in< t ns f i l l I I I) 
/n m^wLiiso CU B 

NANAlMO, AprU 5.— At 0 nneral 
meeting ot Minalmo LaOiaa'^ Lam 
BovttBf OlalK the f oUewlng msai. 
bers were elected to hold crffiea for 

IMO Honf.::ir ; re.'sldent, Mrs. 

• '"iiii Hwn! :.. ..i.iry vlce-presl- 
Mt . li M.iirie. Mrs. G. B. 
Hftil Hiul Mr.s. O. ti. Ingham; pres- 
ident, Mrs. J. Dixon; vice-president, 
Mrs. J. 8wan: aaeretary. Mrs. H. 
soett; trsaaarsr. Mrs. T. MbCoort; 
g«Mna oommlttee. Mrs. J. Menzi^ 
Mra, R. Beck. Mrs. J. Sneddon, Mrs. 
W. Cass and Mrs n o.whI Thh 
la the first seamn of me Ladles' 
Lawn Bowling club. 




Curtains 



Nottingham Certain Net 

I ' «(">d hard wear; 
Hicbes wide. 
Per yard 



Ilea 



$1.10 



36 



35c 

Bvngalew Wladew Net 



\^ li.iiiil liorder 
design; 40 inches 
Psr yard.^.. 



an 



38o 



Net 

An cxffptionallv gr«i«I 
tug net in lovely (\' sn;n 



I'cr 



wide, 
yard .^i.. 



59c 



Cross Bar VoiUs 

In color.^ suitahle h ; U 

windows; 36 inches .SA^a 
wMe. Per y%ri.^^99Q 

Scotch Madras Moslia 

Known for its soft artistic 
draping. Wide selection nf 
patterns. From, CAr^ 
per yard QUC 

ArtlHkOeese 

In colors ivory, rrram, Iionr\. 
gold, blue, rose, ru MaWr^ 

N < I \ I ic II pLl 

inrltrn wkIc. 
Per yard 

Rayon 

A superior tookinir rtirtain in 

new arti-lii- de-;t«ns, .50 Id 4,1 

iachaa wide, trom, OAja 
per yard OUC 

•petted Voiles 
The newest in bedroom 
drapery, in colors Mtie, ro^r, 
etc. Superior 'iM.i),f\ , 50 
inrhfK wide. f e "^a" 

.1. #1afO 

Nottingham Net Panels 
Aisortefl patterns, fr^^yr^ 
ejHl,; 2-,' yards Ion. CQ^ 
I er panel _ „ 

Ksyon Silk Psnels 

f>f Miprrii.t .pMhtv .111.1 arfi«- 
tii dcMtjn , suit« ' ' ■ < ' 
('"'■I 'l-sping. 

l>t pjlw ' t 

Sundom Casement Cloth 
In various shades. GnartnteeH 
iinfadable and < . , ^ 
quslity; SO inches CI 1 A 
^yard..#lelM 



English bhadow Cloth 

For side curtains and loo»f 
covers. LarR-- sflmion o) 
p.ittcrns; 50 inche< ^^ id ■ 1' 
yard, 

from „^ 



1 ' I ' Iff 

$1.10 



Swiss Lace Panels 



With (pphrnie fTimrning; .suit 
aide tor sheer draping; .''1 

nitlics Wide by ' . v.ird- 
long. Far 
panel 



$6.75 



$1.35 

i<ultled Curtains 

-V Iteantifii) srlertion in every 
.Mvie and rolor aOfgeStien. 

Iropi. 1^' 'Air 

$1.75. $6.75 

Rayon Fadeless SUka 

In J)eautiful color . 1 , 
tioNs; SO inchca CO OC 
wide. Per yMrd^9^»C9 

Reyea Uk Panels 

In n aai aro m designs; frinr ' 
ends; 4S inches wide by 
vards long, r 

panel, from .. 



ono thousand samidee of ma> 
teriais and dsalgBs are ahown in 
the Bianchlnl eoUaotlon. so that it 
U only poaslble to dtacrlbe a few, 
ssys an artkle la lAe Haws 

(London ». 

Among tlie stilflk shown for day 
dresses the Flamenga takes first 
place. Being soft and light, and 
yet warm, it la suitable for every 
occasion. The Made, tarled by pin- 
spoCs or fine diagonal lines, is quiet 
and neat. There are colored de- 
signs in grfv Hiid flHiii.-. ;ii roinbm- 
atlonn of bufr. oraiiRe ftiid i>.ii. ; 
men:, of red s.md c.irtii,'; 

'11 Kipv. and a ripple dr- 
(Lin .shades of china blue 

All r>re etiective. There are also 
a (lever Imltattnn bt omnbMand 
tweed; a pattern raUur hke ankke 
skin— black or parchment: a shadow 
clwck; tlnjr solid trlanpie., in tints 
of blU* reversed wnii apex tourh- 
iiiK a()cx, juul dimii md, nn.iced u lth 
squnre.s Ail the de.sikjn.', 11 re .<,ni,Tll 
and .shaded 

AmouK the nepcs de Chine one 
stands ou; ivnm the others. The 
design of fantastic CflorolvuU and 
stairy forget-mc-note Is printed 
(with hand Uoeka) hi nine slades 
of blue, yellow, mauve and green 
There is also a qurrr Chinese pat 
tern of mandarin- ?i. li» imeTi .md 
Jinik.s In re.seriH .r.d ..:i,e .u.u\<<r^ 
.sultatile for f^dwi i'H . \.u-iit.s 

aiUi s. !uw>nei , in bhu aiuj .11 ief 

.s< uddiiirf at roas a white fiurfaoe. A 
Mirah serge has been wqven lor 
bathing wraps, with an MprvpMatc 
design or ships, aeegaUa mi danc- 
ing warsa hi white on daik UMb er 
scarlet, or green. 

Crepe satin holds l.s own bv it.s 
supple strength and rcver.slbility 
One black baikgrnimd has soft 
grrv rose.'^ \vith vivid emerald green 
lerive^ another has sprays nf bright 
Dtiicii hi.iiev.-u kip sprawling over 
.urfH.r. , third has Spanish 

> <;i' nil I red and gold and blue; 
Willie i>et:;apatheinoetelfeettvelsa 
design of white and grey OhiMmai 

> '>^ with seai^ee stamem. 

Large aoukrsa of metal brnrade 
are sold Tor .srarve:, and shawls 
One darlntr di MK:n Mows great 
.salmon. irun.Mm ;iii,l blue bl'Wonis 
fm n pai f^ii.c.;' K^'-'.iid !<i;-.rher 
)iHs nn^erN n< ,,:,! , .range, pcM- 

erv k b,>r i. ii.r ,u, , bronse In ii 

black setting, and all are ipeat Istl 
"iM'h Roid and show a ihesn ct 
pure gold on the mverss side. Ttisre 
weUnsrt rneeee in grey inter- 
we^ea with silver threads: in black 
wMh a Shadow design of flowers 
in grey and .silver, and an old Pcr- 
fiisn pattern In c..l(>r« on hlnek 

F'T As. '.f, a 1 1, 1 ,-.| ■ 1- I, j. . ; ties 
Miete aie vsrloijA delicate Chlflons 
and nioiwsellnes-de-eele, And hers. 



With diap! V 
with, th- 

theni.selve 
blow n. hail b; 
tinled 111 lii;,..,. 



' '.ii.s to play 
' ' 11 ' siirpafwed 
(ttcat KKses, fuU- 
'^Mi iind in bud. are 
naiiKi.i ur fantastic; 
shamnx-k leaves in grades of green- 
sprigs of coral and sprays of sea- 
weed; a firmament of steis and 
comets; ferns and bluebells, and 
loveliest of all c r, v fi ' 1 ',1, 1 ■ - , . ' > I , , , 
field— scarlet p-rp" n. ".n d..';;..e' 

blue cornflowers, ^:<,i(\,■•^ t... • ■■•IV ip, 
—and featherv ^■nl.^M■s .-.attcrfu 
uiHin a misty iiP.uiui of black 

When It Is ie,,;u,.d that to make 
one of !h,. i,„i^. in<Kli>rn dresse.s 
eleven vard.s of material are needed 
niste.i.i ,,f the three remired last 
i.."'*'' Is joaroe because of 
the dlsturbeBMB In Chtaa and the 
earthquakea In Jkpan and because, 
during the war, the mulberry treen 
of Italy \»ere m' down to make pjt 
preyjB. the higher iince of gowns 
wlU be understood. 



FOE ATTENDANCE 

OUTSIDE LIMITS 

Issue 



Duo 



Ag»in Arises JtetweCB 
mm and North Cowiellg. 
Manklpallty 

DUNCAN, April 6.-At a meeting 
of the North Oowlchan Council, held 
here Thursdnv, a let! or was read 
from Uie Duncan Fire Iiep^utment 
R.sklnK for payment, of .^i p,,- n,«n 
I for f!!.-tiion :.t<,<!idintr a blaze at the 
Ma lb., 11 h,.,,.,. . ;! tj,^ j.,jy [imits 
recently. 'I ne firemen Were respon- 
.slble for saving the hoUM, and the 
psymsat w— the tame as would 
hare beM nald by the city had the 
fire bean within thg eity iimitj^ The 
council refused the payment, but 
will negotiate with the city for an 
agreement to extend the operation 
of the fire brigade ttarombevt ttie 
municipality. 

The city wrote regarding the/pro- 
poaed amendment to ths Duncan- 
North oowiohan School Act, under 
which the Consolidated Behool 
Board operates. The city lnsist.ed 
upon the amendment as worded bv 
the city niid Tniininpil ... '-.1 
while the N •! ' . . ^ , r 1:1. 

;i' ii previous ineetinK had amended 
this draft. The city'.s letter was 
filed. It was thought that tbs dlf- 
ferenoea betwesa the two eouneils 
had been oompoaad. but the situa- 
tion now beeom^ acute once more. 

The I ()!)!'■ ' :n iriar'ed jifrmi.S- 
sion to hold H 'HK drtv through the 
munirlpallty. w:(h tlie enNpOOB Sf 
ChemaLnus, on June 21. 



lur tiy . , 

$2.95 



Taffetss 

In plain colors; of «nperinT 
••eaves; SO inclirs 
wide. Per yard 



$1.75 



Windows Are as Mirror* nf 
Those Who Live Inside 



Standaril Furniture 

AKi^'Jio Company t^^^SS^ 

m TATB8 



i 



7d///7ins\f: 



jSjusay Men fiain 

SIhkiiMliyt 

Feel Superbly !ieallhy With 
Manreloug New Vitality end 
•twagtb- of Mow Mti 

MeOors Oed Liver »tract Tah- 
let»-so rlcl\ In health - pr .1)1 .M l ii: 
Inilgorattng and re|iiven;ii im.- f ie- 
ni'-nt, (hat's t he .'e, - > • h.i-A so 
man- "Or' -uuiemi. men ;(re a.Uling 
sturdy, niggeri flesh 071 tlim jaw- 
nv framen how they're "W im tng up 
am!«7.U\g power of eMMMg. great 
vitality and ensny. 

Cod Lhur ■ Mlii i il l i ti a hftve been 
P*essrlbsd far years by wnrid> 
grsataar aasffiael authorlUas for run 

down, weak, nsrwosM nMn, wemcn 

end (dtildren. 

The great energlylsit; flesji afidtng 
and health -regulating Mihst«nce. 
found most abundantly In ilie liver.* 
of the lowly Codfish, has besn ex- 
trarted and put tnte dtUifrtfttfly 
pleasant and p»iir*eklt emar-eeeted 
MrCo>- g cfad Liver Mraet TaMets 

WJeijjll l east eoiy m cenu at 
iVceOMmM Drug Co Vaneou 

HruK Co. Owl rynig ( o or unv 
driiK siore. and if .my ikinny man 
d<ie.sii f H«in St WtLKl % po<indi in 

thirty da/a— hit moDty 



mRTH SAAmCH 

BRANCH MEETS 



.'-AANIi !l I'M-. ,; -, Tl,p 

monthly nieeninj ine North 

Baantch branch of the Canadlun 
Legion was held on Tussday eve- 
ning with the president. Ceptatn N. 
Oray, In the ehalr. There was a 
Uuge attendance of members 
present The minutes and cor 
respondenoe were read by the .vee- 
retary, and various items rrlatmK 
to the msnsfi-ement of the branch 
;4"eiided It was also de- 
cided to hold the future meeHiMi 
«oe a qugHer. teatsed ef m enlhly. 

Lecture nt Chemainun 

rirrMATN' H Apnl s <>n Wed 
nesdn-, evriiini? Ai li. l.-aron V p 
\M\r,wk unv »i iuo«t interesting 
lantern lecture to the small rerrea- 

ti'ui had itenutifiii trtnss tgksn of 

«'! pait.s of Vsiico 

•hown. 00s of ths 
bstag tkat ef kwh es«M at the 

north end ef tba Island before i >g 
glag Opwatlena had devastat.ed <he 
oomtryslde, and the same country, 
at the present lane nfter being 
logged. Many rhuifh'-.^ were also 
shown, one of e«;x». IrI u '^re*.' belnjf 
the In'erinr of Hi Michael » *fi,| All 
AnjreN ('liemBinii. »ih'"i g • ':r 
ea.':l window r>tir'ii« tiie )u<r- 
solos werr delifhtf ully rendered by 
MUs r Pavne and Mr. H. DoWnaon 
both 



NANAIMO. April .■> Three one- 
act plays. 'The Oho«>U Neverthe- 
less" and The Copper Fet," en- 
tirely different in theme, setting 
and production, provided line en- 
tertalnmsnt laat evsning In St John 

Hall for Nanaimo High School stu- 
dents, their relatives and friexui^, 

who assembled 111 large niiinlwrs for 
Uie annual High &iwel ovcnt The 
B- enic afleels were excellent, and 
although a change of sfcnerv be- 
tween the different plays reijuhed 
considerable time, the gup was 
aKreeabiv'' filled by Uie students of 
miislntl I rend, who fgnydMft.plBB^ 
forte solos. 

Opantaig with the "Ohost Story ," 
showing a drawing- room .setting, 
with students making merry In 
modern st\lr and ..nc of ihe'boys 
who is dfsiKju.s ((! ■ pi i>|H>Mji(.' ■• le- 
coiints a historiral event ne.ir the 
cilv i.t Nanaimo, where a ghost al- 
le»;. ■(!!■. pei!,,rmed ni.s hatr-ralsing 
de.s( I iptiuuii affect the only one he 
con.suicr.H Immune, and sh e haeotnai 
hysterical, and Is deserted by hsr 
d i s g usted companions, who refuse 
to allow the boy resnon^ihie f. • \\f>- 
dilemma to try to eHe( t a c ure for 
the nervou.s d;...idcT n,. however,, 
nianages to ent^r the r.Hiri! from 
^: -Iher .!.r»-v ; »>;.. ..i,a di.soo\ered 

•popping" as the fmal curtain fall,s 
The aaooad play, f»8Tertheles.s.' 
wsswsll acted. When tiie per- 
formers came tor their curtain thev 

were given an o\ atv.n in the c ast 
were Lorraine WUkln.son. .Stanley 
n.ikin "as the u>>\ and 'a., the 
«1M being puiiLshed by their 
mi-Mic; for using "bad English" 
( a. ii accepting hia predicament 
from a different viewpoint. The 
boy. TebelUods. deddes to leave 
home. Tlia girf, aearchlng for the 
freight and narrow path, as de- 
lected In a book she l.s ordered to 
peruse, brings a haiipv hi- ion after 
mii-h mlrtli Is e\,jKed 1:: iliak)gue 
beiw. rn the two, and & burglar hap- 

penii along to make the story 
•icy. 

•Tlie Copper po^ • the 'biid pigj 

WHh settings, scene i , and . .Kstumss 
Bdi.p'ed from the neai Kaj*t," 
Pi'..cd interesting, and, wluie a 
' • plav than the others, was 
handled wuu sUU by the amateur 
pc-rfonner.s. Hia audlenoe through- 
out the play eapressed apprecia- 
tion with eccaskmal applnuse and 

laughed heartily ■a\ ihe h.imorou.'i 

petnta which were atjiy ivM tra^ed 

The I ..n;i;.- If.,-., 1,1 f har^e were 
Costume"; Mav;s ThOmpeOOi, Mar- 

jor," ^>"iha oeracd, Ihebel 

siHier Poia Thompaon: aeenery. 
Campbell Kennedy, Arthur Rennev, 
Victor Bmlth, Nelson North. Louvam 
Msnifold. and Kathleen Bryan 
lights. James Swan; mu.s,i Maiian 
Nlchol, William Watson. Mav Rob 
crison: advertising. Cecil nixon 
MatiMri Bro.*n Arthur Remie\ 
Htanlev MUcs Aneurln WUUam.s, 
Audi nv,- •; h.ii neyrroft. 

I'h'.sc '.,„,,,g part in the "Ghost 
Story wii" Anna. Elsie Bolton; 
Oeorgt, Tom neiirain; Qrave, Roma 
Stillwell; Mary, Isa Jarvls; Lsnnle. 
Bertha Bertram; Tarn, Stanley 
MUes; Lynn, Aneurln WUllams; 
'ted. Gabriel Rrown; Floyd. Nelson 
Stephenaon. 

The burglar In "Neverthelewi ' was 
RegUiald Dlcklrvson 

The cast in ttie "Copp)er Pot" 
were .Salnmen. c. .ftr. |.;p,.pfr 
DoilK:a<; Dix-.M. Ab<la;iah the jjen- 
erous 1. , ;i,ald Kellv , Rasld. the 

mi.seii\ in \icr vvniibank; Taka, the 
merchant i.awicMce Mgtthews; 
Fatma, leader of the llsnnsn. Xnes 
Rutherford; lilbdaw Chief donoer 
Heiene Thomaon; dancera, Lorraine 
Hodgson. Vsma Pletela. Florence 
Boy; village women M><t> ah) 
Catherine Bsaree, (Nur) MaiKaret 
Plswlck, (Jamaleh) MarKaret Wil- 
liams. rLalah), Betty Kneen; tra 
vrlers, Harry Murphy, Frnest Wha- 
lev nmsw lans. Bruoe Ormond, John 
inrtdwlai ararto. May 



INQUEST HEIJ) ON 

LOGGING VICTIM 

H«il. t \'.bit..,|,i Win Fatally la- 

Jored Whm Lh Acsidaatty 




Eye 
Kyeminatiom 



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aii 

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IMPORTANCE! 

YOU KNOW TUB IMPORTANCB OF BYB8 
It ka't ngcgggar y ts fdvt ovt raiom WHY your 
eyes aged cart. Phjrtidaas sad scidatistt hu9^ diaafd 

their importance to you over and over. But are you neg- 
lecting them because you thmk flie expense is ton miuli 
for your pocketbook.'' That's a point on which we t;*n 



^ Harold So Timberlake 

o^t. D. 

' VfCTOKlA OPTICAL CO. 
f47 Ystes St. Phone lltS 

(Next to Mgjaard's Shoe 8tore> 





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THERE IS NO 
MISTIIITE FM 

CLEJIIILIIIESS 

\ou can brigliten old 
roomg 'with colorful 
< Ira pes and pictures . . . 
you can corer up old fur- 
niture with new paint 
gnd new uphoKtcry. But 
you can't liidc (inf. It 
settles on your drapes; 
it settles on your furni- 
liire; it settles drcplv 
into your ruga and car- 
pets. Only with an Elec- 
Irir Clr.mcr rail yoU be 
really sure that jrou arc 
ridding your roomg of it:, 
digfifuinnf 



Royal 
Cleaners 

Any model installed in your 
home for a small down pay< 



Thg Foyalette hand cleaner— it 

Wtt do A SI lire of uceful little 
Jafca^leans the interior of your 

ear fci a Jll|r« 



Douflat 



B.C. Electrie 



Langley 
Btrwt 




PORT Aimifl. AprU 8 - "Oood- 
ff*i boys, I am going now a. 

eording to the erldenee iir'td i.-ed 
at the eoroner's inrjue.st these were 
the laat words ntierrd I v Hurlet 
Archibald, who wa , 'a'a'M injured ! 
yesterday mornInK v hiie etnployert i 
at By lea Camp 

Dr WtUon .sinir-r) ij.,,. 
been <ai!fd .|.-iAri t hf (anal \,, Die 
camp of the Byies '■9gglng Co , 
where Mr. Archibald hadbeen in- 
jured, but on hla antral fooad that 
life waa estlnet. 

The evldsnos of the other wit 
nessse was to the effect that th# 

late Mr, Ai- h h«M wa.i B.-^sl.sltne in 

clearing on; a .;r1Ii;is- for the don 

key engine and Aiih a . h.K k'rmwo 

had just plM( "d a \(^ , r '.ul». 

of the hill I If .11 I . k ,t; .no.! 
the lf>e^ when :!i<. '-i.tinrpi 'iimit 
to him th r ; >« ■.< a* nv •. ing He 
rommrtiifd t-o run, but stuiapled 
asain ) a cedar f;nag and Wai'idt 
by Die log in the cliest 

Mr Ote Blaaon statsd that he 
was doing aooM Mgli rlgglnf up the 
spar tree, and «gg jnst abeat to lop 
off the toy imm be heard a siMut 
and looking down saw the man 1ytn« 

en the ground lle r «Mie down t!ie 
tree as fa«t a. [>.'>%sible Hud rii.«)\(*'1 

t-o Ihf I'.iiifd rriJin who .-itll) 
con,S( toil.' Wi!h the at..<|tiai,, »< ,,f 
other ni'-tr 'teis of the rre«. h<» W(W, 
rarri'd [<• ih»' ramp hijt died soon 
aftef .j-iii .-1' 

T b" mt^.lii fil '■\idence showed that 
. hi-,'' hud Iven cniStMd 

that be died oi suffuteliWL 
AS for ae enrid bs iM 

Mr 




alDSd. 

In his 
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HOTEL 

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TITK PATLY COtONIST. VICTORTA*. B.C. SUNDAY, APRTTJ 6. 19^0 



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Second Report of Crop 

Conditions on Island 

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lamed by Dcp«rtiiieot of Agriculture 



far Very BnM Ad 



The second report this yrar of 
crop oondltluiis In British ColumbiH 
)ia£ been Issued from the office of 
Mr W. J. Buna via. executive a*- 
Mjiiant, in the Provlncal Depart- 
mcat of Agrloultar* »t Um ParU*- 



Portloot of thi> iiuininary dealing 
with the Soutlierii dL-itnct'> and the 
Comox Valley on Vancouver Uland. 
and live stock conditions at the 
Coast are tm lollov, 

HW VMMb of Man h ha4 itema 
•taal * MrtMl aoonit^ with Um 
exotption that the preditltatlon 
jiwt hllghUy above the averaRp. and 

the hours of 8un*lilne wrie also Just 
H Utile In cxcesjs of the avcraKf 
'IhfiL- liiive been many fine brl>;ht 
(lays. l)ut severe f^u^l at niKhl Inr 
.se\cial days about the nilddli- or 
the iiKiiith im^ held back vegeta- 
tion. 1-lne Uprtng weather durlnc 
iba iMt weak q< Ifareh with no 
Bt nlcM l!a« brought all 
on very rapidly 

Strawbarrlea are now beginning to 
ataow aotub ml erktenot at making 
new grawHi. It la aaar jmn 
alnea an gra«n foliage turn baan 
knied back so completely as was the 
case this year. Cultivation and 
work In' tlie plantation.'* lias coin- 
nicnced, and. M line weather ron- 
tiMucs, all iiatchc.'i .should .soon be 
In god tilth, 'i'hfrc L> undoubtedly 
a reduced acreage this y«ar, but 
this fact will enable groven to pay 
vtm attention to eutttvatlflii and 
b a r w et l ng of the aoreaga vlilch 
they have Molsttire conditions aie 
KDod at i)rcti«nt and most patrh^'.s 
are In a fairly ckan < ondltton. Very 
little heaving occurred with runner 
plants. 

Tralnlag of loganberriat la In 
Md llila vait wlit aoMi be 
XI to pkMMing to note 
thai tlMrt haa not been so much 

Winter kflUnf of 't>>< .an^x as -.' 

anticipated and giowert; i"pui t tn- 
cane growth In much brtifr roii- 
(lltlon than in 192!* "ngU th'^- 

in picking acreage productloii Is 
not expected to exceed tilt Ittt 
crop bjr very much, U aar. ovlac 
to tta fact that dot to tba eiArem«iy 
dtjr yaar la 1839 plantatlon.s riui nn' 
make a very satisfactory n.-.v 
growth of ranc."!, 

Blackbrnlo.s and » nspbrn-lc have 
come throuKh th«: Winter ui about 
the same condition a.s loganbt-rrlr s. 

f'tirrant.s hdi] k xi.'.cberrie^ are ni 

good shape and showing plenty of 



the 



TREK mriTS 
have 1 oinc through 



Tliese have > oinc 
VVuit(r .sati.sfactoiUv and 1M 
tnaklng rapid growth. 

Peaches antf apricots on walls are 
In bloom aad aona varieties ot 
paan ara rapidly reaching that 

'^^Cwvr bud.s Hie w,ell devel- 

oped on phirii.s and nwert cherrlp.s. 

Apples ah: ntiov. Uu' t' xid t'l'i^'th 
The ornHnieiital Jupauf r )ihiiii, 
prunu.s pi.^arrti. now la full 
bloom, and make"; a wonderful sight 
on the boulevards and In honte 



BROCCOLI 

'I'hl.s (Top .suffered verv \r\v; ■:. 
iluruiK the Wiiitfr. Soni" tie,, is 
have been ploui/hi'd up and planted 
to other crop: In .'-nine ca-'ie.*., how- 
ever, the plants are *^»^<ng up but 
pvodnslloB will not be large. 

DAFFODILS 
Many of the commen ial fields of 
' i':')dU8 are now a mas.s of yellow, 
the bloonu havlat develcHwd very 
rapidly durtag tha paat week. 8hlp- 
plnc la In prograaa to pralrta mar- 
ket*. 

'I'l^ fi! r greenhouse tomatoes 
111 In ii creenhouaas arrived on 
the market last week, and the sup- 
ply will continue to Increase. The 
cold waitther liMarfarBd with the 
■otttet it tha fruit on the first 
tmsaag. taut the crop la paw auritlng 
good headway. 

FIELD aion 

Ml wheat to baglnninf to toke 
on a m uch g raa n e r appearance and 
fpWVth to beeomlng more rapid 

MD^aOwn vetch tia.s mostly born 
klUad out by the Winter. 



Spring seeding of clover has taken 
place and conditions liavc been 
favourable. 

Preparation of land for 0] 
sown crops to In pi o gi ea s 

oats have already been sown. 

Early prrtatoes have been planted 
and prei>aratlona are In progTe.s.s 
for the plantuig of the main 
growl li 

COMOX VAJLLEV 
The first few days of March 
opened up qprtto dear and pleasant. 
Tbm weather tbaa eoirtlmwd quite 
cloudy with an <ocoaslflfiaI rainfall 
and qidte windy until the thir- 
t»-enth of tlie month, when the .sky 
(lean-d with .some very nice ^unnv 
weather, the niKht,s becoming much 
c<X)lei with a few dCK'ce.s of liixit. 
'I'h.e wealhei then beiuine warmer 
and on March 17 the first real 
Spring day was aspavtonbed. Ckmdy 
weather was agBhi ancoMStaiad, 
with eootor weather and frost on 
the 33nd, then rainfall threatened 
for a few days. It cleared up again 
and .vMiie real Spring' weather was 
then had until the end of the 
niont h, 

I'lowuit; U now general through- 
out the di.strut. In nome place.s, 

I eaj-iy potatoes iiava bean planted, 
but this is only In a amaS way jdtt. 
Growth tanataUy tlito yaar bn bean 
very slaw. TlM varlouB lawns 
throughout the district are only 
losing their brown tint. The bud.s 
are now sliowing up on the friui 
tre<-f, Kiul inilhatUiiis show for a 
very satLsfai ti.-rv vieid of fruit 
Strawbfi 1 le« are showing up well 
.md do not .show much efU'ct6 of 
Winter kllltng. la some Cases logan- 
berries are showteff laaolli of par- 
tial injury from froat 

Stock generally has come through 
the Winter in fairly K-x-d condi- 
tion and now tlie i;rn ..s ls I nu!|? 
lo >'iiiw, range ...iiick will get, aloti!? 

Iwitlii.ut mii'-ii .-upplcmentfvry feeil- 

la^. AllliijUK^' ii.i.o; ..I Lilt- !U;i - 

cIh«i."< hay 1« now u*ed up, there is 
coiiAiderable of the aecond-class hay 
^ '.ffi on liand to partially take care 
ot the extra feeding of roughage 
fe«d to the dairy stock 

Prom present indlcatlorus. IL 
would apptar tliat a kchkI HCieaKC 
of poli.it<>i-s Will \f plaiitrd 
year 

.A lii u:.lr'i< de;::Mn,-t ;-}, 1 loii v^a'. p'l* 
on bv the In ir; ;. Uiii; r.a ti.'-ai.' M 
throughout different places lu the 
district a rtiert time ago. 

The atamp puttee, though een- 
slderabto trouble has been encoun- 
tered from time to tmic i < ,r\ 
doing some exception. illy K'(v>d -.vdik 
and several famier.^ Iiave bern i-oin 
\ng In of late to obtrdn Info, ma - 
M..II aiiii'lt. It with a \ie'A- to ilivxi- 
iiik' Moali tracts of .slump land. 

A further shipment of commer- 
claV potatoea was abliNTed out of 
the dlstrlet od March 27, the price 
belntr verv saf|/'f:ieti,rv 

LIVESTOC K < O.NUI UO.N.S 
All classes of livestock have win- 
tered in good cmuUtlon. The dairy 
aaeMena IliRMghout the Ooaat have 
hi^ a pip^iafous Winter up to 
datie: feed conditions are In fan' 
' luipe .ind tile pi ;i e of d.iirv pi -^l- 
uct.s hais Lwen quite up to aver.ii;'^, 
or a little lx>!ler. 

Purebred dairy .sne.s The de- 
mnmi ior purebred dairy sires has 
been narmal aiKl prices raBMin 
about on a par with thoaa feoalirtd 
during the last two or three years. 
Lately thera has been a number of 
Inquiries tor purebred dairy sires 
froni the prairie provlnce.s. In fact, 
there is an order standing a' i;if 
pre.sent time for fifty piireh;>ii, 
two-year-old ire^ ,! t!ie daiiy 
breed We (aid U impossible to 
obtain tlii - quantity of the age men- 
Uoned within thto Provlaee. How- 
ever, our advice to tlM dairymen 
who are running purebred herds is 
not to stock up heavily with pure- 
bred hulls, only coiL-ervUiK Min.se 
backed bv tyjie and prf>ilu. t mii on 
Im'li .sides of iliclr aaepnt: , I he 
demand for purebred dauy .sires ls 
not regular 

Swine— There to a good demand 
for watt fintokad pigs at tha preaent 
time. Mgs 9t good quality or what 
may be termed selects are com- 
manding around to $1.1 . 50 i>er 
liundrtd. the de.sired weights being 
irom 180 to 220 pounds. Heavies 




- Fhotoiriph by Vlct6rl» Studio 
MISS NELLIE ISLIP 

riftMO-f rar-old danshtrr of Mr. and Mr*. 
W. r. lUlp, at uri < ollinson Mrrrl. who 
M rrld»)r r«enUic received lt»m the bknd* 
•t HI* KsMUMMiy tha a«v«n*r'0*acr>l 
the Boral GaJMSisa BaHaa* >m m U*Uu » 
dlpUmk and aiedal In rrrognltlon of her 
rearMMU Mkievement liwt Maaairr when 
■ he raved little Aedrcr Ueffmen from 
drowning In the wftler, of the (ierie. I4ird 
WUUasSMi warmlj ••■trataUtea Mi»* 



over thaae welgbts Ara commanding 
around $10 to «ll per hnndred. 
IReeder pigs are also In fair demand. 

the desired weights beln« from 100 
to 1;J0 pound.s. We look for more 
Intere.st being taken In the swine 
Industry In the near future than 
we have had tor some year.s past. 

As a whole, our livestock Indus- 
try ts looking prxNq[>erous and our 
stockmen ara In an optimtotle state 
of mind and an paying mora at- 
tention to the general improvement 
or Quality, which. In the end. will 
be of benefit to their operattona. 

SPRlMi FLOWERS 
mim CHEAPiR 

Dairodils Pientlful— Salmon Prlcet 

Dewp Five Caata— Loeal As- 



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Suff 



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erin 




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Tke next time g baadadN m^km 
ynalagrakl 

0»ai« 




Kem'm!>T At<pirin' F'>r f^iere in 
acarcaly any sort of pain it cannot 




I If the displav of tlie nia;.se.s < f 
jdafTodiLs Inr .sale at tlie Virti.ru I'ub- 
' 11c Market yesfcrdas wii.s h fnre- 
j runner of wlia! p.iiron.. may expect. 

I once ttie sun be>;iiv.s to add i'b 
IgrowlnK t ' the flower gardens 
Mn real earnest, this particular v»- 

!ioty Is going U) be well within the 

I I each of even the aaoafe me agre 
punt. ICucb ctiaapar tiian they 
were yaalarday, aOBd the eoly .way 
daffodlto eeuM be dlapeaed of would 
be to give a bunch or a dcaetx to 
everyone ptuxshaslng a doeen of 
eggs or a pound of choice beef. Irf 
addition to the daffodils there were 

^ ne'-rius (li.spla>.s n! ':ilip., a'id h\ * 
jclii'ti'.. tlie lafer I'einn partlcula:'\ 

1 Iiiii" and rPH.sonahl\ priced, ji^-llinn 
at ten ( euis 1.1 liMiiiiii , . f I. IMP ;ii.d 
.si,>. ( ■uivspicuiii;,s among tli- (Ici-.w. is 
offered was a number of bunches ot 

wii<i lilies, nr dogtooth Ttolata, which 
one stall Imd toe sale. 

Ziooal-grown asparagus made its 
first appearance, one lot only being 
on sale, and was disposed of readily 
at a good price. Considerable quan- 
tities of outdoor cultivated rhubarb, 
in good C('!in alt;iou>.;h .small -.sized, 
al-^o were dh 'aif Meat prii es re- 
tniiui stable as -Af il a-, raw wliile 
both \aneti( s of .salmon, wlute and 
red. were down Qve Mwila * potuid 
belnw a week ago. 

Me.vt»-~ Roasts, soo to SSe per lb.; 
boiling beef. 15c per Ih. and up; pot 
roasts, 16c per lb. aad up; veal. 

loin, 350 per lb.; shoulder, 28o per 
ft.; mutton, loin. 35c per Ib.-.^ ahoul- 
te*. Me per lb.; pork. 3!>c por lb; 
shoulder, nr. per lb : ham SOr per 

lb,; bacon, !S0<- pei- !h h:ii k tui' i'M 
5.5c per lij , b<"ef drippniu l.i. pc, 
!b . pure lc;if l.ird 2<U per it) . )>.m1 
lOK fowl, j.er I'l . roa.'-t !ng 

40.- pe, 111 1 :,|)hr !8r per 11) 

roabtr^ ( hlckens, $2.oO each; butter, 
48c and 50c per lb. 

Fiah--«ea aytpg aaiaon, 85c per 
Ik.: whlto apAof aataan. asc per 
lb.: kical hsiUbttt. aoe per lb.: cod 
fUleto. ISO per lb.: cod. 13 l-3c per 
ih white skate. 15c per lb.; smoked 
cr>d fillets, 15c ytfT lb ; shrlmp.s, 2:<i 

iie. ,1) 

Egg.S - IjOeal Ires!, rvr i- j-.f 

doeen; B.C. first,s. iiv- ; (, 
doeen; pullet eatns. Ste to aOo iwr 
doeen. 

Vegetablea— Baato, 6c per lb; 
parsnips, S lbs. for 10c: c*rrots, 3 
lbs. for 10c; onions, 6 lbs for 2.=>c; 
potatoes. « and 7 lbs. for 2Si- . Rrn'-,- 
sels .sprouts, l.'ic per lb . hr(«( oil i 
per lb.; lettuce, 2 for Ifn 10<- »a:!i 
3 for 25c and I'Oc ea.h. .hard 
bun<-h spinach 2 lir for :>^< pur 
bumh. leek.--. 10c a bunch, 

mustard and cress. 5c a bunch; 
watercreas, la ft Wnth; MlilfllWiaii. 

2 for 16c. 

Fruiu-Apples, 4, 5 ind • Iba. for 
25c; baaketa,3lc: boMa.nctog3.3l: 
rhubarb. 3 Oa. for 3Bc 
, ykw wia Oamattona, ti.35: daf- 
fodlto, from Be a doeen up; narcissi. 
350 per doeen; cut tulips, 50c per 
jdnaen; hyacinths, 15c per btmrh 
lilies. 20c each; plants for tr;t! 
planting, from 10c up; potted planus, 
J from lio np; dwofee. Crooi Me to 

t.i 00 

The candv ftHll t,;,,] seM.-.<)ii;il)ir 
Kaster tiH k ■ Mfrrr'iu- ■ ; ,i : ' i ; .^u , j,,,^] 
nut tar.uocl i ^:^^s fium em h to 
3^( . nut date chocolates, 40c 

!b ,':inut loa gad 

30c per lb. 



|iei 
pel 



tk«a MUato iN* Nd raitor. «r 

iBHOOa would pot continue to take 

hn. They are quite harml«w. or 
MatHfil profession would not 




Don "t he a 1 
pain. To cnMn thnt miKht n<^ 
easily be checked; neuritis, oeu- 

women; or any suffering for which 
A^piria to each tm 



f 



Y-'U nee«l not hcaifAte to 
Aflp'nn. It ifl »aff. It is always 
the same. It aevar daprwaaa the 
tari •» Mi II M elMft M iMIM; 

but the rau.'te of any pais gM ki 

treated oo^ Iqr a dootor. 




LEAGUE OF NATIONS 
IS LECTURE THEME 
OPCAPT.BftOWN 

1 hr addraaa given by Oaptahi 
Walter Brown OB *Vene Tmeemis on 
he League of MMtona." ki 8t. 

Marfa Parish flail, ott 

pioved Interesting. 

Ml."!.'. Fletcher, prr.nici ■ ,,r 1!,<- 
A V I" A introduced r«pirt!M Hr -u -- 
and durh i; the evfiilnif tiie i im- 

porter I i\ C'l o M (1 ir' i 1! , ■ ! ,r 
ptaiH! iOid li.in.)" 

The LcBKue of Nation^;, ( aptain 
lirowii explained, was dependent on 
tlie cohesion of the Whole world. 
, and wa,s correlatod With avery 
; activity of Ufa, ednaaftoa iMBUWHi 
•^rienoe and rellgfaxi. WMi tka ulti- 
mate mingling of tha aaAlaaB. aii 
people would eventually thtaft in «n , 
international wnv The «p»aker ; 
ebieldated hi.^ xubject in a lighter 

widrh held tiM aHaBtlato e( 

hi.^ suihrtii f 

Rev O I, .lull \t.Hr In ttiHiikiJi^ 

CBpfam p.rn'i" td'ed that he had 

pi(iniL'<*d in ar)rirev« ''i' Markfk gM- 

gre|aUHp M a iulMia dfti% ^ 



The Inside Story 



The hundreds of Victoria 
women who recognize, the 
triie economy of our service in 
bouse cleaning have been won 
by no trick itietbods of sales*- 
manship. They have found 
by experience that we actually 
preserve tbc life of the rug» 
carpet or curtain that is en« 
trusted to ust bringing back 
new color and softness to pile 
or fabric* 




fTlie secret of our success lies In the 

jiainstaking thoroughness of OUT 
mcthodf . Nothing is left to chance ; 
every process is a scientific certainty. 
Our workers are trained to the use 
of their machines, which in turn 
have heen picked through knowl- 
edge acquired in years of experience. 
A phone call will hring our sales- 
man to your door, readv to give vtni 
estimates on any work vou rnav 
wish done. Call us (odav ami gain 
the advantage oi the Pantoiiuni 
way.. 




Piepsre for the approach of Easter. whkH 
lies hot two weeks ahead. Make your house 
spk and spsn by iiaving your mgs and 
caipets dsiM this week* 



Phone 3302 




tun at Qua<lra 




OF CANADA 
LOflTSD 



Vnumui Rtoord 



;,i .t list I it 

tv Htil,-.|, 
not rworlliy 
made in the 



'I lie follow irik,- 1.', 1 1 ,*■ 
K <■ > P rr< Olds iiiftdf 
Columbia J e r j> r , 
among which are tho-^r 
diylslea hy 
Me. awMd fef D. 
■peiioer, Ltd.. Kanay, tni Tlrtey. of 
luven. owned by A. 15. Drimvlil 

?>ardi' ,ii,d turd hv K I (Iiirt,,ni 
( dot t <»tl« V 'lb'- f')rnirr 5!™r1»-d ti'>r 
<!".■ nl five \rar<. prrv ! ^ ir I iih 1 ( 7(r< 

p'>und.' milk and 734 pounds lat 
uiiue thr latter at seven years gave 
pounds atlk and tn peands 

fat. 

Worthy of mfti'ion !■■». .:, ;,!■,»- rr 
ofd of 11 11.-! poi.nd.x milk Mod tio.i 
pounds fat. made in rtO,% dav* h .i 
three year -old, by Hellevlew ¥.i--u- 
oiiupd by E (' Mllward, Alderprn\'' 
nnd that of 10.0M pounds Bdllk andj fat; a' 



biB pounds fat la Ml days on twice- 1 
gsilking. by Lady Valentine s I 
of CD, owned by Mra A. O 
Craeter. Vernon 



277 pound.s fat. a^riage test. 
Cleorge A. McCullough. Agassla. 

Springfield lea u ty '■~ Two years, 
|M days; 9m pomdi aUlk: Sfi 

pounds fat average tSSt, $Mi U. O. 

Mllwnrd. AldrrRrove. 

Hr.\'- !e-> h.hnr i ; " . <- •^Ht• . . ! 
da>s, iiiillied three limes daily lor 
flfty -eight days; 1141S poundn 
mUk; gtt pouadi fM; rnmnm iMt. 
».4a: K c. Mflward. 

Rlbbon'.S OftilV Hln>.-<i:.i 7 )\irf 

ve;ir-^ :f25 d.i . ■ 'M i9 ptniiuls milk, 

rr, p. .Ml Id I,.' :, rrage Met. fjOl: 
w. H. Morrow, Dewdney. 

Babbaooaabe Mashee ICaMtn — 
Four year*. 67 darn: POQDdl 
milk: 4eA poundA fat; average test, 

^.03: 11 F flDrbldRe, Fioval Oak 
p-(ii<« ■ ('it V I'rf !,*> - F'lui ymr*. 
!r. ■ M47I p-nnd.'^ milk, 4»7 
pounda fa: . Hverage test, 5J1; L. F 
Hornby. Ladner, 

I Rpnagfteld Hatty-Veur yMua. lea 

, days; g,Mg pOttXldS nllk: 4M 

5 1 



I. '• ' : I " n J ; 

tit. Maacii Mulrella^Seven years, 
•,101 pounds mUk: si 4 pounds Hit; 
average test, 6.W; i. v iinmbv. 

Mnpl<« Olen Oxfoni / h -t Hcven 
• « ' Vfi po«indK milk; 44.'> pmmds 
lat. aveniKC te^t in \v J. Twlss, 



-Ifi.^ I)A\ Tt.ST 
Felix Hfi^tif itubv -One year, 

, . '-'♦SI i,"'ind-. T.:dl( i'l^ pounds 
fat. average test, i 10, H. Tliomp- 



MM 

D. 



'Tlian Be( k ■, ^ .-•"iiot - F"':r 
li t d,^vv » iRi ii Minda miik, 
>und«( (m! merage test, 



B ea u t y ' s Roeatre Prlaaroit— Two 
S49 days; mflked three thnee 

daily fn-i tliirt; r,v<- d:i-";: gJOl 
ponndii n ilk, 4''7 p'.Mii'j f;it aver- 
aiif te«.f • i»> A f: luiii..,,! r..»idl<i 

Oi«n Oibee FkJMle rntf'»' • '■ar* 
SI dav«. 9,0g7 pound.', milk. 42.S 
i>oundi fat: av e r a g e test. 4j00; Olea 
oibee Turn. Y»amvm. 

8t Uawes Pretty L« Belle - 
Thne years, 71 daft: t.no pniindii 
mll^: 441 pmiruiF. fat a -eraKo t^-sl. 
SfW; D Spencff. t,irTil*»»d H«n»'V 



fo) days, 9,075 p«B|nds 
poTindfl fat; 
SpaxKer. Llnilled 

Lady Valentine s ijisf r" n 
Fcmr ■ far.M 71 d^v. !^^l).^4 fi 
miU, 5441 pounds fat. avciage lest, 
i.U; lira. A. O. OMet«. nnMB. 

Bosalre^ Pretty Ladr—^Mr yean. 
M days; milked three timea dailv 

for 940 d iv", 7(M>fl pOMP.d- n 'r- I*;; 
pound.s (lit a.rraK'- ''t p 
PpenfiM I iini'/'d 

Waik)ki ( ount.s Prim e»,» — PVjUT 
year*;. days; milked three 
daily for m daya; UjNg 
nlBt: got powfli fM 

6.47; A. E. Duni li; 

Olen Olbee cj'j"in' rmir 
■■'■m; '.7r, drcvs H t'itl j).iwiid-i u.;ik, 
4'!'* p''-,iii(i«i fr|t n rr^K'^ t<'".t. 4 Ml. 
( il'^n < ilbf r Fann 

UUunorean ArisosM's Babe — Pivr 
years; milked three tlmsa daily f^r 



Mountain 



;">und«« In', inerage teat, gJg; p'wind" fut, average tail. iJt: Trliy of Bavew — 

m-DAV TK8T A J. abupeon. Ueep Oove. Jaaea VolMMtte. Vaoeoww. mUked tbna ttwa 

la View OMe'e MMne Pet W. of oImmm - Ms ytata: 9L mm Pretty We | ^ years, pem* arift; mwm 



347 teya: U.70S pounds milk; T34 
pounds fat; average test. 53t; D 
gpcooer. I, united 

Bright Trilby 2nd Wv*^ \eiirn. 

F.jTiln^nf n Nellie Ihn-!^ nais, 9 DM pounds milk, 4ti.( p<-«inds tat; 
d>n< ]nn\^ poundji milk; U3 averaae teat. (.42. K. Thomimm. 
l>'Hind> fut, average tail. iJt: Trixy of Baven 

dallt: iieM 
lie mi avgr- 



Valley Uooie Pet Pansy — Klght 
yoan; MM pbWMto gtUk; 419 pounds 
fat: avgnig tMl» 419; Timm 

Rulmen. TerMn. 

Sales Made of 
Real EnUMie in 

M41H li, ^,i33y672 

TOghty-flvo 'if projwr'v In 

the city of Victoria were recorded 
IB the Land Ha gl e tif Ofllae Cmm 

Marrh I to M.r , ■•' -n.f- total 
value of the properly waa «3Wj072. 
othar traatf an «f Wto ruiHH 

niitid>er twenty-nlii'- pniperty tO a 
valiu* of |1fll,.V)5 betJiK «ffert<«<J. Tn 
all 114 iiroprtiei with a total vbIiim 
of $.M7I7T f hani?r>d hand«. '1 no 
value of .iHrniHii- ti»ii«fers r'*(rl«- 
t.eTfd liffifi. ;ti!d lor Fel,>iiiury 

<.f ilil>< Vfar «a02 4V. 
Approximately |1.1AO,000 wnr«h ot 
eonetructkin ondertakTi in the 



OJfJL 



the 

1 to 



F 



W t "' , !? fl it . ■ f l,W !' A»f H 



UNMATCHED 
EFFICIENCY 




IN THESE NEW 

HOOVERS 

and no 

increase in 
price 



VYTHXN yoa coatldtr that tbt 

W pricedModeH7 5 Hoov«ritinoredficicat 
than any other make of cleaner at any price — and 
that the acw Model 72 9 Hoover is 25% more 
Am that, joa eta Mt what «•> ' 



Yet thtr« haj been no inCreaM io priot M 

these two models. Vou have the same convcn- 
ieat terms, oaly $6.25 dowa; the balaoce monthly. 



8m tbtM 

HooTcr dcftlcr 



Vfoevtn. Tdf^boM • 
MM to ~ 



THE DAIL Y COLONIST . VICTORIA. B.C. SUNDAY. APRIL 6, 1930 




mi HOOTIK COMMNr. LTD.. MAMIITON. ONT. 



dv// HOOVER 



// Utats , , , <u it Hwttp* 



Q» H CUams 



OUNCANi 



AUTHORIZED HOOVER DEAI.ER 

Hudaon** 3ay Company 

NANAIMOt 




Are You Ashamed of 
Your Floors? 




floor 



To Unveil Robert ~ 
Raikes'' Statue at 
Toronto in June 



Seven Tlyotiiaiid Delegatct Representadw of 
30«OeaOOO Sunday Sdiool Forces Will Cele 
bcate Tbicd Jabflee of Social *^ort Begun by 

£n|(lttli Edkor' 



Will Look Backward and 
Forward at Convention 



FR nfty years there hM stood on the Thames Embankment at 
the Victoria Gardeiis, befihid th« Savoy Hotel, a huge bronze 
statue, erected In 1880 by tlie copper coins of 80,000 children 
In all part* of the world. Last year It was carried uff on a lorry 
that two replicas might be made, one lor the c;ity of Gloucester, 
England, and "the other for the City of Toronto, Ontario: the one 
that the English city might honor him, who is now famous as 
perhap* her greatest son, but who was one hundred and fifty 
years ago an obscure printer and editor; the other to be unveiled 

CUy of Toronto. Here 7,000 dele 



on Saturday, March 17. according 
before a vast convention assembled 
from all part* of the world and 
representative of the thirty millions 
of youth now following a traU 
blazed for them by this big>heart6(l 
and socially -minded editor 

Robert Ralkf.s Is the ^ipat flgtire 
Otie Sunday in 1780 he gathered 
into a room hi the sluni dl.strU t of 
his city a rabble of young nigamuf- 
fHi.s and rowdle.s to teach them to 
read, to behave themselves, to keep 

( lean theUr gi^lmy faoea, and to 
hring lome ooler and Ikope Into their 
burdld Uvea Ik vag a Mbool held 
on Sunday beeaaee It ivaa the one 

day free from work and was thu.s 

a Runday school: but It bore lUMe 

i ^.--fiiibluiii io ;ii<- .SumirtV .M'liooi 
of trriav HcliKii'ii was not al llrst 
taiJCht Hut thonK'h the <'<hiration 

and I!-.'" i-'swl's within Unvr years 
w<ie Micli a ti aniformation of the 
.slum dwellers that the editor was 
glad to tell dUieaa the good news 
la hla <Hoaeest« JournaL 



Centmnary of 

Nonconformist 
Orator April 9 

NOMOON^OMCXST groupst 
tn fcigland will cele- 
brate next week the cenu-nary 
of the birth on April 9, IKiO. 
of Fiev Joseph Parker, DU 
the tallied preacjier tor manv 
years of the t'lly 'leinple m 
London. wtUch ua.s built lui- 
Jer hl^ leaderhhip. Ordinal, 
dramaUc, and ot great ora- 
toriial jiower, Dr. Parker was 
(or jear.s the greatest lumi- 
nary in the fl^ee Church pul- 
ftt. He publlihed "The ^k>< 
»lel| Bible." in twenty-five 
rehnnea, and many other 
works. He was twice chan 
man of the Congregational 
Union, and in 1R«<) an un.Mii' 
ces.sful candidal*- tor the 
House of Commons A .st:!K 
lag painting nuiv he .sccm hI 
the Bible Depot in Newca.snf 
of young Parker, tlieu seven- 
teen years of age, preaching 

his Mr.tt Kermon trom a nwptt 
on the vUlage green of WaQ. 
North A died In Wn. 



comnEE TO 

HEAKOrNEHI 
iKHEKE 



I)r Ki.iK Will Plau- ( ana 
diaii iViisiDiirrs Asso- 
c I a t I () n R«^s()lutioa 
Bcfoi cA/LomniiUec 




NOW 
ONLY 



) i(^/Lc 



Lalnprer Is Held 

LI pan Charge ot 
Killimr Comradf 



gates will a-ssemble for Uie second 
International convention of re- 
ligious education, as did the Sunday 
eohool worken^ the Oootlnent con- 
vena flftgr azM alalA twenty-nve 
yvan ago hi thi.s city. The tar-flung 
reach of RoNrt Halkcs' Influence 

wa.s graphically .shuwn when a boat i cabin thi.s inomuik 
load of Jfl|)anc.s<- CluL'illan.s, among 
whom the convention of 1926 had 
beea held at Toklo, stgrioed the 
Lot Aofelce oonveatlon at two 
yean aio Irttb tlia nadily received 
suggestion to honor the pioneer at 
the third Jubilee gathering In To- 
ronto Koi It inii.-.t hf noted tliat 
}<alk^.^ II.' st -Mhixil in tiiuuce.stfr 
was >rHMfd seventy years toelore 



STOCKTON. CaU . AfKU A.-- 
William smith, fifty, fam laborer, 
is dead and Byron H. Vlckery, mty, 
laboiar, U feetog held by police on 
a charf* «C munler« Smith .s body 
was found near an automobile l amp 

(• liciid badly 
mutllatrd In iixe liluus Hl'md .sikks 
led polic e to Vl'kriN l itbui. where 
the alleg-'d niuuinc!' vtits found 
a.sleep, hi.s Kaiuls and rlotli'-.s 
spla.slicd wiifi blood Thr 1j1<mk1- 
stalncci believed to h.ivc been 

used In the murder waa found In 
vudmrk eaMn. 



MR. D. B. PLUNKETT 
ACTiY£ ON MATTER 



The fini.teaeher wa.s paid for iier 
services, one Mrs. King a room in 



Japan liaci opened her doors to 
Western civilisation ai^ Chris - 
tl anity. Of further moment is the 
anii6MMMReKl timt ttie convention 
of i«M wiU be held In Rio de 

Janeiro. 

The promoter! point out the 
momentoiunesa of the occasion as 

dealing with three rlement.s of .mu - 
pa.s.sing iinporlanrc, v>.i!li the thUd 
with edinatioii uitti religion. Ke- 
ligioius education of vout.h Ks Ix^ing 
who.se hou.se Mr Raikes rented Slie i discerned. It Ls .said, as the supremfe 

business of the church. Like educa- 



rccelved Is (id per ■'-^iindav It l.s 
said that tlie edit.i! mwi' (he slulling 
and an appreciative clergyman. Rev. 
I'homae Stock, the sixpence. The 
system qpgead and la 17IS there 
was ocvantaed in London the Societ y 
for Promoting Simday Sch(x>i.s 
wiikh paid out In Its llfetinie a bOQ 
in trarh^rs' waKes (iirl.s were ad- 
niilted tliiee vears after the first 
boys cla,ss As the ont.set the Sun- 
day school was quite outetde the 
piUe of the church mid iaet with 
o WK w ttio n tnm church people. The 
Arehblahop of Oantemny even 

called a uierlink' of tlie rlergv tc, 
li< ad of itii- II regular I niiovii t I'lri 
I .Iter, however, the cliurches .«;pon - 
.sr)ri-d the movement, and by 1786 
there were 250,000 duldren undei 

instruction on Sunday. The new 
plaa or oiee d the Atlantle. and the 
flrrt Proteitant Sunday school ae it 
exists today was established by the 

Ctiurch of England in Halifax NS. 
^^783, ajad Uie next In Phiiadel- 

TO RECALL BTINT 

All this and much moee will be 
rgy i a od at tha end of turn fai tiM 



tlon lA general ito ideale and 
methoda are in the making. In ad- 
dition to the Inspiration and fel- 
lowship, the t)iiHetin declaie.s, al- 
ways provjded by such gatherlnR.s. 
•"I'ori.nlo will undertake to ci.'ir)!-. 
aUns, to^ evaluate present pro- 
grammes, to face unmet needi. and 
to formulate definitely great cm- 
praaeg to to be etr e ee e d In re- 
ligious education during the uo\\ 
quadrennlum." It ls a p: oxramnie 
building enterpri.se f'-.r thirlv rnll- 
lion vnu'l! .Glided lnt( re.st will be 
wr.en hv the youth conf ereoce to 
be held at the eam« time. To such 
a ooloens hai Ralkir '^ebartty 
school" of 1716 grown. ^ 



"And how mueh would you aay 

ihl., . .s.i worth" a.sked liip rall- 
i(ia<! 1 MiiiJi ,i.i;ent of the farmer. 
■ Not a cent less than $500!" em- 

ph a f .t r aily def.lared that atttdy eon 
of the e«a. 

'Tedlgreed stock, I mppoM?" 
"Well, nr.," the bereaved admitted 

rel'ic',tn;!. • H..* v. -ouM never 
JudK'e ,1 (i>u nki- iiial by its par- 
ents ■" 

"No," the attorney agreed dryly, 
i ve often noticed ho crossing It 
with a looonottvtf vUi tmptov* a 
breed." 



The reeolutlon drawn by the Ca- 
nadian Pensloaers' AModatlon of 
!" (, eat War. Victoria Branch, 
asking for a suitable resting place 
for men coming uui of hospital, and 
a place wherf. veterans oould be 

treated similar to the ron valesi-ent 
.system u.si-d ;ii KngUnd duiiiiK' the 
Oreat W.u t;,i.s been fnvoiabi) inet 
bv lion J H. King. Minister ol Pen- 
sions and NaUonal Health, aooord- 
ing to inlonaatlon reeelfed here by 
Bftr. Jack Sangster. secretary, from 

Mr I) n Plunkett. M V 

The Vl< torla ineniijer la tlie Ped- 
eial House in ,i u-fu-i io Mt, ^Ut^ 
.sier siaU's as follows. 

I 1 iive laid before the Hon. Dr. 
King. Minister of Pensions and Na- 
tional Health, yaw request for a 
cow^lesoent ])oaie fer ex-servioe 
men at VlctorUi: and I enclose here- 

wilh copy of letter received from 

him m this cormeeMon Thi.s matter 
has been fn; 'A ill ^t' •! .1 \ .11 «. : . ! MOt i' 

by tlie Hon. Ur. King s letter, to the 
special corunlttee of the House of 
Commons for their consideration. " 
Dr. King's reply reads as foOows: 
"The MpelMMM l etw aided by the 
Canadian Pensioners' Association 
with reference to the need for a 
cnn va!e.scent home at Victoria, B C, 
will bt placed l)efore the Parlia- 
mentary conunlttee which is now 
sitting, and alio youT latter tuppo^t- 
Ing same." 

Some flaal deeliion In the natter 
is expected In the near fatnre. 

"My good man. you had better 
tike tlte street esr hooM.*" 

'Sh' no ushe. Wife wooIdBt let 
me keep It in the hoiishe " 



CABIN CLASS 

TO LIVERPOOL, 
BELFAST, GLASGOW 

On the famous "A" ^hipt 

ANTONIA 
ANDAMIA 

HtNt bw Cabin Ooss ralee. Vm 

same splendid accommodoHon 

onds«rvi', e i ,r f e* <• <R»-,Huf tior* 

of 12% lor the ten otf-tsason 
mofiHig on CaUi Ooig round If^ ' 
booUngs. <Toiirli» TkM CoWn 



* tsBdOsebeclNoAiffM^ 

422. Ho»tlng« Sl.,W .Vonco«v«r, 
CTctophon* >«yfflOur SMA-fi 



CUNARD 

CANADIAN SERVICE 



Pile Sufferers 

Umi 9t Mood la Um lowtr b«wtl. Nothinf 

bill KM lnt«rnml Trn:r<1i .»n rtti t.»ii» 

■ ■ "''f r ul Ong mi.1 ► r «ii 1 1, 

Leoulisolt ( Ucm-Rold, a Imunlek* labUt. 

i« tiianaiMe Io mloidy aae aaftiy kaaiak 
aay trnv «( Hk mt a m «r monay baok. 

M»rF»r1aD« OnS VeaSaWMr Drui Co . 

ti.'i *auim ■ mi eawi sa n muu tt.,« 



World 



years reputaF^ 



A student was up for examina- 
tion for the Navy. The admiral 
beaaaed upon him genially, and pro- 
ceeded to question him. "Whom do 
yon regard as the three Thiest Brl- 
ti.sii sniinrs?" he asked. 

"Sr— Nelson, afai— ar, Drake, and» 
I beg your paMon, air, bi^ 1 did not 
qotte oatah your aMtaa as I cade 
tor 



The Daily Cross- Word Puzzle 



leadership and 

twenty- seven 
tion as CANADA^ finest washer 
inspired and made possi blip) 





BtmU fid LuMtu C«MM* 

ion oak flooring is per- 

milled and laid by Irtumd 
crafUmen. 



Do you feel apolog:etic whtn gueatg canMlly gUnca at 

your floors' Wl .■ not be proml iiT-te.TfP r.lr.Tni-u-, oak 
is good to l(Jok upon, saves houscwoik. makes <l<iin;inf^ 
parties more enjoyable, brings to your rooms charm and 
•podoiMiiMo. A food oak floor is low in upkeep cost and 
wilt outlaat your homo. Our matttr craftmaa lay oak 
flooring right over the old floor. The cost la mtich lowar 
than you imacina. Conaidt tba tabia balowi ^ 




MAYTAG 

A $4,500,000 PRODUCT 



Room Si»e 

10.0 X 12 0 
1> 0 X 14.0 
^ 16.0 
IttM .X 20.0 



Plat Orafai 
I 4.-? 20 Nat 
60.00 Nat 
00.65 Nat 
UiM Nat 



Qaarter Cat 

$ 48.00 Net 
67.20 Net 
•MO Nat 

mm Nat 



tomon , Gonnason JssstJJS 

H " Meai«rCr«ftsinei» " » 

re-TT ^ m Via t g 



1, Willing. 

ft. To obatruet. 

1. OoHtb AfrtOHi Dntch. 
u. Bift pagia, 
IS. Mngfe udt. 

14. BoTiP of the I 

15. Over again. 
16 To equip. 
17. Decays. 

li. Onawlng animaL 
Ml Dtsqaletiiie. 
« Wrath. 

^'1he.slvr prppnratlon. 

(.V'if'M cf t)i«- Fnlrles. 
I .n 1 i-"" ii II! .• p r . 
AniiH.'iis kIiiik'C. 
K«rthrn nr metalUa 

Break suddenly. 
Oarman 
Btata. 

Asoend. 

, , : 

; • I'l l--', w i t h f»«ar 
I '<^<-Ure poftltlvaly 
I'-cord of shlpt 
BUng around. 
Turkish eidef judge. 
8ln. 

Were of t)«ked clay. 

Thx iiprotna af 

hr-iicrln " 

Traoaler pr(q)erty Xer 



I .'A 
i..fi 

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34. 
S5. 
3g. 
St. 

li) 

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in 

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51. 
92. 
bt. 
M 

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no WIT 

! A , ip; fiirTi'JtoM 
7 u i . i-r of " iiacanj' 

3. Mot m to be 



Dowir 

f. YarteCy of iHemiKl. 

t. Bird of cuckoo faggllj. 

7. Systematise. 

8. Small towers.* 

9. Old World plant. 

10. Emmets. 
XL Biadmoet. 

lib Openwork fabric. 
31. Religious recluse. 
9. A small wood. 
24. Turbtilent crawd. 
2f> ftrnw old. 

2"i '.r i.:iii,<( advocates gf a 
28 ile the support. 
29. A song. 
M. Imitate. 

L Aaelsnt ecMatry. 
U. Belonging to that autt. 
37. Nothing. 
41 Hurlv 

41 r;i • '.• . 

44 Arliclr dI riirnltUia (pi.) 
45. City In India. 
4C One ef the 
«f. Tt> bttnd. 

50 Mu,rr-..!!.v,t 




-tf. 



The NFW Roller 
Water Rrmovrr 



Tho NEW 



niiW quiet, liif 
OMMadDri^ 



MAYTAG getmis U pxrmpiifird m nrrer hrton in this new 
Waehg. . .ttychieyenaen t of the wortd's : 

er nrimiiilslMieatgiTriiiiiJi ffST' ^ 
enjoyed in Caanda iet 27 : 




NOW, for tka flnft time, yea bae« a wsh er eQinpfied a 

NKW one-piece, c^nt •lnminuni tub . « NEW rT>I!rT 
nvwer with NEW rnrl»T«r<1 pnwtivr mrltm, ■iitornatir dram , , , 
■ NFW. quirt, lifrfinif tn] purfcrd drivr. with n NKW. 
•uto-type shift levrr. arrrwnhtr frrim ■ny tidr <4 the tub 

iy other oulitsnding features produce the 



OOe^iecc* 



FBONE for a trud hoaxn 
wAteg. If kdoaMtarfli 
itv r doA*t keep it. n-l 

vided r-n-, ' -nts fiM'W 

never nuss Kriuibledealara 
iS Ofvcr Canada to 



THE MAYTAG CO., LTD., General Otoccs, WINNJI ECj, MANITOBA 




Aha. BKAmam: V«»roirr«^. B. C Virtori. B C 

trm. Ahu I>f«hhridcr. Alfa }fmrn,}>.^ Ont. Ourber r.t\ Qb 

f «r 27 K«w» Um Omic ^ Um^tl im m m m im , Tcc«ot(V Oat. 



The Niaytag Shop 



am IO lESTsaMjr s ruaua 




JJIumimm 'Washer 



I 




THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA, B-C SUNDAY, APRIL 6, 1930 



13 



Department Group 

anized Into 
Three Divisions 



Reorgi 



under the fenenl dlrertton of Mr 
W. M. Robertson, Mr. C. Tlce, for- 
merly Provlnd&l AxronotnUt, now 
bctoc ttflad Pteld Crop ComtnlB- 
sioner. Seed axul weed work are 



Important 
Combined 



Branchct fai Bririib Colamlxa Agricultural De- 
panntac Afe Co-otdioaccd Through New Sys- 
tcm of Plaat and Animal Industries and Ad- 

ttkiiiaatioii % 



r 
I 

I 



Experts Are Ready to 
Help Farmers' Problems 



AraOROAlflZATION of the ProvteelftI Department of Asrl- 
(•.ultnitf under pluub fdiniulat rd by Mr J H Munro, deputy 
mioifiler oX agriculture, In conjuxictlon witu Colonel R. Row 
Ifapler, tf«partmental commlMloner, has been effected. Hon. F. P. 

Burden, A(tii:).; .Mii:;_!ii ili Ai;i iriil! u! .u i in mi i ircd > c.stfi day. 

The obaijfe which haa been made eeea the elimination of a number 
ti man branches which had been formed In the course of years, 
and the grfmiiing of all al!ip<1 niuttTs broadly uiid'T tlie three 

main dlviaioaa of a<U»tptatratlon, plant Induatry aiwi aulmai in- 
tfiutry. 

In the adniliii ii : ii' I . I In.uK h ! i '-iDgQlii^ having ( (iniplicd with 
Mr W. J, Bonavut 'aiII b ■ lie.^ij; iidU-d 



ty MlnL«l«»r. roinhlnliiij wUh that 
ofBce hU appointment as .Superin- 
tendent ot Farmers' Institutes and 
aecretary oC the B.O. Mtatf' AMOda- 
ttoo. Mr. Booavla was appotiiied 
en ABfuat I, I9ii, aa stattetlelaa to 
Ibe department, betag promoted to 
iicretary In 1913. and mipirintpn- 

4enl of F'aMiii'i , Ii,:.' i! i'. . u. I!".;'.* 
The growth of Kannfrs" Insli! ntc.s 
during the paat few years has iift-n 
most enoouraging, there being 179 
tostltutee at the eloM el last year. 

I^Hk* membpr.shlp nf nlmoi^t 7 000. 

ri \.\r iNDi STK» 

Mr W H H >iK>r!,M.i!, H s .\ Pro- 
viiiriai H!)riirii!t iin.st for a number 
I if years. U now appointed Director 
«< Plaat Xndiwtty. Ha JriMd the 
Ocpartmeot of Agrleattttre. Vtetorla. 
In April, l»13, aa vegetable apedal- 
l«t. Later In the year fJune) he 
was t ran'*f en 0(i to the poMfion of 
A)i.«l.si.iint I)r*-irlrt II irt ir ii : ! iii i.-t for 
Vaiicoiivpr I/.Uni| hikI \\\f lx)*er 
Mainland rii.%tri '.s Enli.-^tpd for 

o\ t-r ■.t'.«,s sfivlrc \:i f-'rhl il:ti •, 1916 

Discharged from artive service Au- 
gu.st 30, 1919. and was appointed 
district hortlcttlturlst for the Lower 
lOliilaad tfiiMel September l. 
IMS. A w H n ted Rwvtodal Hortl- 
etftoriit bi Itai and Director of 

Flaal SMustry In Ifl.'^O 
Ototiped undfM- ihi.s dlviMuii run a 

niiiiibcr of l)i:ini tic- I!!!;. ;,ilR, 

Mi.iiu of whom liave been a&6ociat- 

years. 

The Plant Quarantine Br i;, i >! 
wMcb the «hlef oOcar la Mr. w. U. 
lll^lSjOM «i the hRpartanfe me- 
Vmm, Mr. I^ne havtag eommenoed 
hit &mm oa Mar la. itot. and to 
thg oOelal with the longest record 
if eemsm^ns service In the depart- 
Menf .\ widr- rnngf of livip^rtlon 
work, (i^nii's liiidrr this branch. In- 
tfUdinif ''!<• ! ii.-,|-)rrtinn of all fruit 
and \ '■..'•■•iibl" prodiict.s Itiiivir'f^d 
pi (!'. inc'-; thr liispecti. in r>f 

nursery stock, Including trees, 
shrubs and bulbs. Fumlgatkm ata- 
tlona are mahitainej at .Taaflovrer 
and Vletaria In eoimeeltaB wite uito 
work and quarantine cfBcers are 
stationed at fourteen entry ports. 
By m>eri!d arrniicrnirii! t!'.e 
Dominion Hiid Proviui i.ii Dcpart- 
lU'Mdj^ of A»;i !i nil ',11 o III! nur.scry 
sU>< Ic Iri.rn foreign count iip-i iii- 
spectod Ijy provincial inspectors in 



Wif Dominion Df.sti ui live In.sfct 
<ind Pf.M Act rfgulHtlon«. Hy this 
nieaiih duplication and two .-iCtJi of 
ofllclals is avoided 

There is no doubt tluit tlirough 
the ^lendld work <d tbla branch 
great proteetioti has been afforded 
to no* eoly the bortteidtarai prod- 
ucts and districts of this province, 
but also to the whole of Canada. In- 
•.■.iii.cs, lrc(|UfnlIy o<curnn|< whcre- 
iiv through Ihf vigilance of in- 
.sppctor.s of this bi.iM. ti new drM-a.-.es 
or pests are duscovired and prevent- 
ed from entraxice. 
DICTBICT HORTICULTl RISTS 
The officials flHinij thes*- api)ouit- 
ments at NeLson. Vancomrr vev- 
nrm and Victoria covering tli'> niiil 
Ularious line.s ol activity (.arriril on 
wUi be < .,(•-; s'.raighl .u-rU- 

CuUural work, vilulc oCQcUls of the 
Old Horticultural Branch at Oirea- 
ton, Keknma. Pentlctoo. Salman 
Ann. SUBUMriand aaid VefBon, will 
broadm out their aethrltAs and 
give more attention to mixed farm- 
uig problems, such offldals to be 
known .t.s di.strlct agrUulturleUs. 

A.«NO. i.i'n! .aid (hrf^tcd by Mr W 
H Hobcrlson now wlil be Mr .) W 
fc'HKtham i)lHn' ii.i! hologlst st Van- 
coijvr- .111, i M H. Ruhmann, 
assistant euluuiologist at Vemoo. 

Mr. sastham has besn doing val- 
uable work lor a anariMr «f years 
past in connection wttb plant dis- 
eases, some of the foileerbig lines of 
work being reported on recently: 
Potato so(Yl ! I iM ! :i:cti' lor : hi/.oc- 
t/onia. grrfnhoij',, w o; ic il;.cn.Mvs af- 
l< till..; . !. t| hl>u.^<■ tn:na''|v. apple | 
Si ,ib control in tlic Kooten.ivs 
downy niild»".v ti t.lic ■f!ardi.'< 

district. In Decunbu-, a heavy 
infection of flag-smut of wheat was 
discovered In an Impoitatlon of 
irtisiat chaff from Auatfaha. The 
whole consignment of 600 sacks was 
intercepted and shipped back to 
AiLstraliii Till.-, i.s .1 di.'i<"ii.sf" that 
has not hei'u found m (Canada up to 
the {ircscnl and one that.lt la very 
dCksuabSc to k'»op out. 

FYoni thf eiitomolofTiral labora 
tory In Vfirnon a great deal of field 
Inve.stlgatlon work is carried on in 
connection with oodling-moth een- 
troi, lesser mple worm, w t rewc tum 
Colorado potato kaetla aaH Mbei 



VULD CROPe I 

Formerly conducted under a sep- ' 
arate branch, this work now comes 



probably the two most 
rnaln tines carried on. 
field crop and I'ttanrfl 
Utions are 

of 

In 

demonstrations are also an impor- 
tant line. One of the chief activi- 
ties at the moment Ls the participa- 
tion of British Columbia in the 
World's Oraln Show and Congress 
In 1033. and BntUh Columbia U to 
be complimented on being the first 
paid-up entrant for Uiat show. Spe- 
cial demonstrations will t>e carried 
on thla year alM in tba imb of fer- 
tiiiasr MH l§ aa* wMly from 
Btmm OotaaMa imw natarlak and 
whien wfD be prodnoed to large 
(juantltlee very shortly at Trail, 
The Apiary Branch is also asj><>- 
ciatz-d now with the Division of 
I'lant Industry. The registration of 
apiaries during the past year has 
been go* of the major cares falling 
npon Ifr. W. J. Sheppard. apiary 
inspaotor. The ghing of practical 
demonstrations, the holding of bee 
keei)ers' field days and the dlagmw 
ing of dl.*»ease. with the development 
and Introduction of new beekeeping 
appliances and equipment have <ion{ 
j imich In recent years for the de- 
velopment of the beekeeping indu.s- 
try. 

ANIMAL INDUSTRY 

nie nr«t mention of the organiza- 
tion of a Livestock Branch of the 
department is to be found in the 
year 190e. when Mr. R. W. Hudson 
was appointed Livestock and Dairy 
Commissioner. All work in ooonec- 
tlon with livestock 

Dr. W. R. Ounn. V.S . B.8.A., with 
the title of Director of Animal In- 
dustry I>r Ourm'8 aim for his 
division will be "rational mixed 
farming with live atwk as a basis " 
His assistant will b« Mr Ci. W. 
Challenger of Kamlf>op.'(, H C . pro- 
moted from District Agrlculturi.-it 
Threa tapertant Unes of live tUx k. 
work oona under the dixactlon <if 
Dr. ounn, namdy, datry. valartnary 
inspection and poultry. 

Mr M Hive entered the Depart- 
menl .servii e on .May I, lyu. being 
Hairy IrviirucLor and Iiuipector. In 
19 n he was appointed Chief Dairy 
instructor and hx 1819, Oau-y Com- 
missioner. Briefly summarized, the 
aotlvltlaa earrled on under him in- 
Olttde : orsamery and daliy inspec- 
tion and licensing; enforOMMnt of 
cream grading regulations; examin- 
ation of appliianf.s for ni.lk ti'.nter-' 
and cream giadcrs' licen'-e.s a.s.si.si 
ancc to manulact urei s and patroius 
In prixtuction mftnufa<-turin|i and 
control. Herd hnprovemenf IiLstl- 
tuUon and supervision of milk 
recording associations; ascertaining 
production, compiling feed costs, 
and hmtng eertlfleatas of produc- 
tloQ, etc. Mr. Rive is slso secretary 
fo the British Columbia Dairymen's 
Asso«dation 

VETERINARY INSPECTION 

The application of the tuberculin 
test to dairy cattle and the inspec- 
tion of stables and dairies has been 

canted on for ,i number of year.v 
and will be prosecuted more vikriir- 
ously. Tlie grading of dairy prcni- 
i.ses iinrier the revLsed Milk A<-t, 
wliKh en^ail.s a KK it de.il i.f ruriul 
detailed work, is an uiip'niaiit line 
of work, owiiiK' to liic majori'v of 
the cities in British Columbia having 
by-law* ealltnf for a ewttflaata «( 
health and a TA. taek from vatsr- 
tnary ofBoers of tUa departBMnI be- 
fore a licence t^ grBBfeid tO mU. milk 
in those aties. 

^Tr J. R. Tern , who Jolned the 

li'-partment on DerimberSl, iniO a.s 
r'i>urTv Tii.stiui lor and during who,->e 
vearB of guulanrr the ;x>ulf.rv in 
du.stry YitLS ajwumed verv large pro- 
portions. Is now appointed Poult rv 
The eslnt to wbi< ' 



Will Direct B.C. Agricultural Policies 




Lar^ Pimples Over Body. Itched 
and Burned* Guticiira Healed. 



"I WM botbarMl wtth plaiplse Ibat Bllw:t.<l my face, nw k. aim* arul 
limba, and sprMd all over my body Th.y w«* very and th« 

more I scratchMl dM more dl.y hcived and burned Tlie Irrituttoti waa 
ala]a.t unbMrabU. and my clothing aggravatMl the breaking out 
I could oot slMp oiabt or day. 

-1 read aa ad»srtlss«Bsmte Cntkara Somp and Otntmrat and aeot 
for a Iree aoanlib I ieCrslW so piwctiased oiore, and after usiag four 
§tOmmm9om and Aras aad a hidf Isnsa «f CMiova Otm 



Snap fie 

AddnM 



Sold c^rrywhere. 



COMES A8 BLOW 
TO NEEDS OF B.C. 



Ban. W. A. MeKearie B*gards 



his Kovctntnent slii' 
^rtw^l lrti>;'' .Mim>, and d!i1 
prv<« to disburse tlirm to ( 



'('oiniiiK fiom the I'liinc Mtni.'^t<'r 
of l.'anada .such a ^tati nient is al- 
most unlx-lifvublc I if-«! thai Mr 
King will regret having put such 
words In Hansard. Z MD^qr oon- 
not undsntand It." 

In theee tma. Bon. W. A. Me- 
Keir/.le, MlnlflUr Ot LabOT for Brit- 
Lsh Columbia, who has betti nego- 
tiating with the federal autlion- 
tles on tJio unciuployincnt probleir;, 
commented ye.sterdav on llie state- 
ment of Premier W I. Mackenzie 
King In the Doniiidon House of 
Commons that the Inderal Oovem- 
ment would Bol gtva A mva-OMit 
piece" In uaeamkvBMnl nUef to 
any Provtnoe with a Oonservattve 

government 

The .-tatciiicnt nl Pi. ■inter Kini< 
has cau.sed HinK<« ineiit, and almo-sl 

incredulity at the Legislative Build- 
ings here. 

Whlla not audouB to dtseoas the 
Fremfv^ tlalnaiwitt and give the 
matter a poUMBal eemplexion, Mr. 
McKensle said that he could not 
understand how MJr. 
have .said such a thing 

Mr McKenzif- intimated that the 
Premier .s .itatemenl came as a t>low 
to this Province when it was hop- 
ing during the present Summer to 
Mna p a rm a n ent lyiteBi of 
wtth un em ptoym ent, as ba- 
the Fsderal. provincial and 
muniripal governments of all Pan- 
ada. 'Ilie Brlti.sh (Columbia <iov- 
ernment had never thought of in- 
troducing party ix)llticji or partisan 1 A 
coiiMderation.s of any sort In the I the 
handling of the problem, Mr. Mc- 
Kenzle stated. 1 to 



UtJl had 
,o' pio- 
iiS<-: V a- 

tiv. provincial govcrniii'*ir s, ca:no 
as a pattloilar jurprise to the Pro- 
vincial Of Labor. Mr. Mc- 
Kensle pointed out that the Fed- 
eral revenues had been gathered In 
all prnvin''e.i, and Brlti.''h Col imbla 
had contxibuied hand.soinelv ti> 
them In the form ol j»'ine F»dcial 
taxes, whiuli. strictly speaking, in- 
vaded the provlnetal taxation fliM. 



Funny Incident 
Makes Langhter 
Among Memberi 



•(Csaadlkii PicM) 

OTTAWA. Ont, Aprfl 8.^ bm to 

amend t he Wuidmg up Act has been 
introduced in the House of Com- 
Hiflwa by Bon. Krasit Lapoint, Mta- 

llster of Justice The Minister 

explamed the purpose of this legu- 
latlon was to empower holders of 
no -par values shares to petition for 
winding-up. At present, under the 
esisthw atata» thsgr tad no 
power. 

Sr)ine ainuseinent \:,\'. ores 
when Mr 'VV (i i le (Oon- 

servatUe, Nevs- W» .s! iiDn-stcr i a'k<d 
if tlie Ptuiif M!!,i 'er «oiiKJ ciu1(Mh<- 
the I,!l,;c' :i! 1 ii:ii!;i:a;!lie of M: 

llioinas Held, oX New Westmlurtar. 
In view of the fact that Ut. 
had oonM out as iavartBt BMlM" 

tlon. 

Amid laughter, the speaksr, Bon^ 
Rodojpiie Lemleux. deolarad that 

(fuentlon *1MBMb SSP gB SMV 

for return " 

Flnnllv M: M.i iion.ild .Cou.ser- 
va»lve, <"ai>e Hu'oii' tesume^l tlie 
debate on the ai in : idineni, l)y Mr. 
A Heaps (Labor, Winnipeg) to 
motkm to go Intp mwr* The 
a mw ndmeot uzgee the Okyrsmment 
tR 




Insurance Figures Reflect 
Dommioa''s Economic Growth 

m 
<* 

("CANADA'S fTODonrfc grcnrth is smprreingly rcflcrfcd hj 
^ dM %m o< M0ir Ibsoimmis isMwd aad jpMd ios. 

1')0R HIK 1928 IfM 

•99i89M06 $mj,97%7S9 e9ia»74S,0M f 

n of tiM iforsB iaspires oooMflBM 
life iiMSUMHiu will coH— to grow 
{M>piilition liill iBCTSSss, iadastrj will 
«fxpand, and particalarlj beeBBSe it will he realized 
that liviman life valued are nm yet ntterly inH<k<«|iiatelv 
protnrted io oomparison witk the prolcfftiqn Ulllitnl 
for property values. 

5>haring the cowntry's proprrww. Hie Ontario Equitable in 
192<> paHHe*! thr ,*>() Miiiion 0(»llar mark of Inauranre is 
Foroe. It in mm <m the wiiy to an objective o( 100 Milliona. 
Ika QMupany has alwavs emphasised the protective fratnre 

af liib fitHDaBoa aBs kai 



itly offered low cost 



MortifJHre* 

I VrferT<s«l.-^t<M-lL a 
(Common Storks 



10.0(M) 
T) 1.4 16 
15M91 



th« jpro<«ctso« mi 
bo»«rs|S.S47<4SS, 



FolieyboIdM 
«IM with 



o«h«r Be- 
op RS% of Cowkpan J 



liahilitiee <4 



ZMb4 Aseeu — H^m^Lift mj»% 

Thk Ontario EOuitable 

a.u rwcB 

W. F SF>KKi>. District Maaafir 
102 JPftnbrrton fitaildyiit^ 



MM17 
SSMfli 



IfMA 



Cto poultry Industry has grown in 
tlie period covered by Mr i-crrv., 
activities is well exemplified Aiicu 
the fono',\.ng t;vuif., arc coiLsidcrcd 
value $the .mi^fSltloiiiV m^ mix h 
1910~Eggs value. IIMJNV; poultry 
value, $336,375; total $491,823. 

1929— lEggs value 4.')9,017: poul- 
I ; ■• v,il:i'' il.^iMloo total, $7. 48y 017. 

Hr.iiiil !i orduii.' and in(>i>ct-tion 
uork under i.he direction of Mr 
oeorge PUnur is an Important ad- 
ju!ict to livestock work, especially in 
m the intador gaottona «f the 



DISTRICT AGRICULTURISTS 
Under «he general reorganisation, 
eighL di trict sgrlculturista are 
attached to this dlvWon. located at 
the foUowli^ oanlns: Oourtenay, 
Cranbrook, Onnd ftorks. New West- 
minster. 150 Mfle House. Pouce 
rouiH\ Prinre ( ;.'orxe ,uul .Sinllli-.'s 
The widening of the ai tiutic.s of 
rrrfAln officlaLs who are li« »t.>.) at 
tlic pomt.s indicated will be m line 
i wi'h the policy of the MlnLster of 
I Agriculture and also In accord with 
repeated request* received in the 
department BrttWi ""f^Ha has 
now a repreeeiitattva aa tension 
> r Ire In all the main sections of 
: iic province. There are now twenty 
officers who are responslb''' trained 
men in inaiKe of genera: uriicuI- 
tural U'Tk, .some of whom, as not"d 
itefoie, come directly under the 
I lint Industry Division, these nien 
i^ung located in sections ol the 
province where fruk growing Is the 
major l.s.sue nf, prr^irn' 

makkf:ts ok<;am/ ation 

I iid"r till- !',!<'. I inn '.f M: 'W, 'W. 
!>un>,in .<s Dire^'tor ol Marfcf tS, the 

d^^pai ' : ' will be represented on 
the PraiHee as f oraMrty kf Mr. J. A. 
Grant, who win devote Ida attention 

almost exclusively to marketing "t 
fruit and vegetable exports from tiw 
provlni-e llie dii-ector of in;ukci.. 
l>erJionfllly tnvf^stlgnfe new mritk^^'s 
.ind the stiiiiwliii ion of ot,hcr\ iiLn ady 
'■r\r',| hy British ("oluiiiUin prn- 
diicci,s. maintaining a direct c^mlact 
with the growers within the prov- 
tnoe. whUsI Ut. atnm wttt dnote 
hia attawtinii to the I'mwiilng 
centrse east et the Rocky Mountains. 
Although not directly imder the ad- 
ministration of the Department of 
AgrlcuPuro an oversea.'< markets* 
rr-pf.'.CTi' .1 ■ ; v ,1; tlir (x^i't'ii , if tUr 
Hull I < . ( ■<, \ u 111 w.^k to 

develop tru ie channels In the Bnt- 
ish 1 In this work he ha.n 

already met with signal success, 
ifnder this tiraaeh. fruit marketing 
di^laya win ba n^fHOlmA for exht 
bitkn talh psuviuulal and foreign 

OQI«ONIZAnON 
Under the offlee of OokDbMUan 
t ommiseloner and Chairman at the 
Land B a tt le m e nt Board, held by Dr. 

B. Oaddes^ and tn weiluiietirtn 
with Lt.-Col, W. 8. 1 i ' ii 
of the board, reverted .ai.-is aui i- • 
re(>>rte.-I i,p<>n and l!.' *'-d fiT sale t,o 
pr(x«iw< t(v.- settler': Incfmilnp Und 
'.ef-kcts will he to sfvure !n 

totina'i'm fiom liie office of the 
colon 17.1 1 Ion ci .ri.in!,v.l< .ner In Van- 
couver in regard to all clasese of 
lead tali by the prwrteea f» sauie 
mtmt, tat partleularty lands m 
MtHeneat areas and those which 
have l«p5ed Ui the Crown for no'i- 
compUanca with cond'tloms under 
which they were formerly held 



DOUKHOBORS MM 
CREATE TROyBLE 



Members of Prnvini ia! Policr Are 
C'iosetv Watching I'livsibillUes 

e( Fartber J>lstarbaaee 



He had Jolt stetai a Imnled kiss. 

Don't you know bett,cr tli.m that?" 
she demanded Indignantly. 

"Of courae." ta ropaaC "Btalhey 

take longer " 



Tikes the Agony Out of 
Swollen, Paia Tortured Joints 

•FIEITillft a m MBI 



Your lolni Is inflamed. alHI^ swol- 
len th'- ngoq^BaaHWriaa want 
quick rehel— . 
Banrt good advtee ga t a tiAe of 

Joint -F.i-s<» lit aiiv druggi.sf any- 
where now \ouw' got. something 
thai wiU bring comfort to your dis- 
tress^ Jotat^lt's made far J«t that 
purpose. 

It'.s a woiuif r-.^, orklng emollient, 
is .ioint-Ease— Just rub It on the 

anaict.4>d Joint tadgta aad waBb tt 

penetrate^ 
It sorSly acta vrtlh 9aad-lt soaks 

right through the 



riKht down 

JolliKs 

Starts. 



to tto Ufaments of Uie 

aa aM 



the swaning goes down— ^ pals 
cmtm and stl ff n e mi dteappeart. 

The .«»i;irc:ne cnii lrnc\' of Join! - 
Fjt.sc will siiriirise }OU It won t he 
long tx-fnre even tins creakln..- 
ccase.«i aiut your joliu agaiu works 
^*ith ea.se and .sniooLhneits 

The price ol this awlft- 
—l e lltait win Burprta yoa 
only 60 cents for a generooa 
made In Canada and guara nt eed to 
talp yon or money task. OMvt> 



been 



Radical DwiilM lwi a of Xnt ' 
British Columbia, who have 
threatening further iiatiiiliaiii— la- 
oently. are bebig doarty walotad by 
Provincial FUlce, It waa IndSoated 
at the LeglstoUve BuUdbWi here 
So far no serious outbreak has oc- 
curred as a result of tlie recent agi- 
tation of the Soils of I ieedoni 

M( .iDwldle It Is umlcrtitix,.! !i,Ht 
Prcniu-r I'olmle now on a l:;p In 
KaNtriri Canniia ui;i take t!).- np 
IM)rt.unn.y Uj ren''w his request in - lie 
F'ederal Clovernrnfii' for liiuir.rial 
assl.stance in pa-, ini,; the heavy COSt, 
of handling the I >oiikhobor troubles 

Of last Autiunn. The Piovlnea eon- 
tenda ttat tt haa a itani data to 
this atastanoa aa tta Mtaal Gov- 
ernment allowed the Doukhobors to 

enter Canada In the first place The 
legal obligation of the province to 
pay the cost of law onfBPOaMta Is 

fully recognized 

The reported pia: of Ilia: 
Doukhotxirs to nnve u, Mc\i,,. m, 
l)''.n,i wat( hi'd V ii !i :!,'( . ■ ■ i . : . 
It IS understood I'rt i r Vcregin, leader 
ol the coioni' fs, alter .spending some 
time in Mexico, is enthusiastic over 
tta nmusool to asan 



6<iJ ' tlu- 
i ami 



( hilili en 
I Ins Ijii fcrr 



Make Your Homa Bright 
and Sunny With 

BAPCO 

Pure Paint 

l/se Bapco Pure PAint for aU aslggltr work and yoa WiB hawe 

nb cause to reprct v""r choice. Oive your house a i oat of 
Bapco paint, use it on fences, outbuildings, or merely "touch 
up ' whgra a con^lat* rnwlatiaf ig hoc /equltwd. Montba 

fum now V"u will nnu- the permanent hrilli.Tncy of its color 
and congratulate yourseli on your choice of Bapco. AvailaMa 
ifl 2S btaatlial eolort. 



f 



Gallons, 



fr 



* lil.o t<, 

from >. 



$1.50 



$5.26 

Pints, 
froas 



ilalf-gailoaSi 
from ' 



85c 



—$2.76 



(If 



Tl,. 



i> '> the Children Fund wa.s 
foiii..i/ d u AprU 15. 1918. by aglan- 

tyne Jebb and her sister. Mn. O. it. 
Buxton. It was bom IB tta nddet 

of the tanmedbtte aftermath of the 
war. when sUinilcion. hatred and all 

un luiritahleriess had lef* ;i .sillen, 
d'-.six'ra'e 1i'm-|'.u,''-, di lii' llned t i 
anything but th" d>MpaMoii of ui-hJir 
life was left afier ;lie orgv of dcallr 
and de.slriKt Ion Kvery energy. 

every supprsssed deelre far pUaaurs, 



genoe, was fioodlat 

nets of war-worn 

M'.rs. Kjrt.inf '. .Jrhh nnd Mr.i i 
Puxlon rcai'7.e(l l|i,-\f n«; a result of I 

t!i'' (VMii'iiiii' c : 1 ,r, •.» lil.'h lAns p i,: i 
ti.iilv (1 'n Mie inrt'oilPv of tlip ' 
«a! ■<rir:.- l • n'liifrle.s to irrf ha/ k U 

production, and partly to the in 

ocsta 



ment 
fund 



dying from lacfli 

Tlirouphnut It.-i 
adhere-l fn 



A woman 
i i»— poor. A 



with a tJir-adt>are hu. x 

«wtaa wttb a 



IMbackj 



or 

history the 
ttn origin ( 1 

. hi.d lit" 

uhercvcr luenareil 1 ; ; fs;)*v-i,ive of 
nationality, creed or iKilltlral rolor. 
u, has n>.<!ponded to tlw caU of the 
child for h«^ awr ytat e. Tbday 
Its aetlvlilea are worli wMa. Bua- 
gry chndrra amsl ta fM. sick ehfl- 
drrri mu!«t he nOnOd. tjackward chil- 
dren must be ta l ped waif* miist be 
Sheltered and fiuccored 

Tfend o' H';.sin'"'s <\->ll»-fe l,n 
teactiing shorthand and tvpewrlt.lng 
we are itfronR on .^rrriTarv 

Inquirer -Ho* are you on speed? 
Well, oflaot yearn elaas. six mar- 
ried ttair gHiiMi aatta six 



SHINGOLEEN 

For Roofs of Lasting licauty 

Tn Shmgoleen, rich. la-iliug cf.lor beauty m combined with ahnot ite 
piotrrfion against sun, r,»iii, frf>»f and ^nnw. It keeps shinglei i it 

.P^ f^*^^ warping. It is the Ideal suia for arbors^ feacas aad all 
■cAsffi hmtbor ' 



4 gallon 
Per gatt 



tms. 



$2.35 



l-gaOea Has, 



$2.45 



Nmr mo Ptttnt la 

"Sunworthy" 
Wallpapers 

"AmvorUir ' WaJlpap«r U a dUUoct achl«*«- 
■-^t tm ws Tlp w r^j M M M iai eUM *. U wlB — t 

• irnntaal iailllslll. SIMI t* ta >«aaBHS la 

fnrr, r,r ' h« Md feWMrttful t'KO*rnS SMSta* 
mSI» ri'rmm mr* niiO« mimnabia 



Bapco Porch 
Paint 

Afl ttal yoa wtU look for in a 4«a«tr poreh 
paint yoa will (ind ia thie Bapao product . . « 
attr acU v e eolors. protectioe from the elements, 
long wcer snd reti«tance to constant wslUng. 
It II specially prepared to proride tbcss re- 

HalffaOona ^ 



Mint supply ^ 



721 Ti 



iV 



14 



Tim DAitY covymsr, vtctowa; b.c Sunday, Arttsro^ i«cr 



Plaps and Players 



99 



Vagabond King 
l akes Audience to 
Burgundy Court 

Picturesque I^jgeant of Mcdiaev.il [ r.unc Is Por- 
trayed at Dominion With Dennis King in Sull.ir 
Part as Francois Villon, anci 1 ouis XI Played by 

O. P. Heggie 



AMUSEMENTS 



Romantic Actor-Singer 
' M^kes Instant Appeal 



WHEN a stage production If rendered upon the audible sen * ti 
It Is natural to draw a comparison. But In the case of "The 
(Vagabond King," which opens tomorrow at the Dominion 
Theatre for a six-day run, a comparison is a paltry means of ex- 
pressing the flamonNUi wondtrment ot thia Buunrelow acreen 



On th«i ntac*^ 

Iloy«l Tlie Oordon Mdjeod 
Players present "The IHteie* 
Town's Talking." 

V*H«ty— The Toby I<ettoh 
i'laver.s ofTrr "GMtlBC 
Ueorge s Uoai ' 

On tlM Screen 

C°»t>it*>l "No, No, NaLf'tt^"," 

suu-nng Alexander Gray. 
CMmMs — Oonataiioe 1W- 

iiiitRP In "Vpnu5 " 
l><>iiiiiiion - TiM Vagabond 
KliiK' ' f m U l lt l DMHls 
Kong. 

Oaynor and 



THRIILS FOLLOW 
FROUCS IN FILM 



version 

111 ! 11 ; '1.1 Mill' adapt.it i- i, :. i 
fitr MipcM'U 111 IhnUs mni \ir, \ 
lieaufv tluit there Is no ciiinj,.! i:ik 
It. wuh th- original, beaulilul ^us Uu: 
oriKiiKi! 'Asa. 

Dennis King.*as the master of the 
sword, the leader of the vagabonds, 
the redeemer of Parts and the eap- 
tor of a princess' heart, leaas into 

rflfaoantlo 



the ytaj froot rank of 



a t '! singers of ttie cinetna In ills 
t-ouiroiLs portrayal of t Taa cola Vii- 
\"u Mil' [X)et-h«o ef "HM'TIv*- 

■] lie period of l lie plot Is 14«)3. 
the lata middle ages. Louis XI 
(played by O. P. Heggie). is the 
wsakUac Idng of Tnooe, besieged 
at note by the Burgundian atmy. 
By a quirk of fate, Dennis Ktag 



The Supreme Heart Adventure 
of a Pleasure Mad Princess 



Wild parties, hmtriovs pleasores alKl heart escapades give way kT 

cruel hardships and hazardous adventures when a J^tet^ platocrat 
falls in love with the sua site mined. 



ALSO COMSDT 

''A Close Shave'' 



MBWS— FOlt vAiwmr 

MS). HOI,I.(nVAY AT 
THE ORGAN 




COLUIMBIA 

Coming Thnrsdny— "THE VIKINGS"— All Technlcolar Beautiful 



MONDAY 

TUStDAY 

WSONBtDAY 



becomes soveroiKn for a we<^. It is 

(liirln>{ tlil.s brief relk'ii thai he meets 
l,iiui^' lucii'. the I'rlncess Kathe- 
iiiic (r)layixl l)v .Ieanett« MaeDon- 
ald I niid I;ill.s in love with her. 
My clever >;eiierul.shtp. King outwlt.s 
aii(i (If'li-aUs the H;ii i;iiiuliaii.s wiUi 
tlif lirlj) of hi.s f.il(hfiil vagabond 
adherents. Paris is thus saved, but 
the U eaah w Louis decides that 
King Is too powerfol a|MI tfftA he 
must be hanged. 

It is when the luro is ab'xit to 
ha\e hi.s life snufliil out on Llic n\b 
b«'t lliat KHtlieiint- takes a pait In 

the piocecdings and save« the day 
in a iiemendMdy poewMl dCMB- 

atic climax. 

Here Is a picture so bewllderingly 
wonderful, what with it,>( KorK«-<)a,s 
Technicolor treat inciu throuKhuut, 
Its i)()wert!il pint, -t ijiM'iidi Ills .st-t.< 
breath takuiK aclioii. roinaiilli 
Klanioiir and iiiu.-ical r!chne.s.s both 
in the sln^finK and orchestral de- 
5>artment*. ipoorcrit; i.;- ■ 
merely by tlie meagreness of the 
printed word, cannot even begin to 
teU you how 'ImeU'' It all to. All he 
can tdl you la, go aaa It three or 
four " 



Constance TalniadKe, in her latest 
picture. ' Venus.' Will be aiiown at 
tlie coiuaMi ttmtn a t a rtit to- 
morrow. 

The story epeae with the Frln- 
<t^^ ffiii*V «f frluk wttb the 
fnUe of her earser. The 

party talces place at midnight 
aboard tier yatht, the "Venus," 
anchored ofT tlie coast of Cyprus 
Bhe to\M the affair with a .superb 
gesture of abandon by leaving her 
Latest flame, De Valroy. to be the 
e-entral figure In a daring bathing 
escapade aboard an aquaplane. At 
the does of the merriment, word 
comes to her that a stifke la oa at 
her dockyards In Oenoa. 

FV>rgettlng De Valroy and her 
wild companions .she ha.sten.s to the 
scene of the dLsturbaiice and by 
quick thinking avert.s a wriou.s fi- 
liation. 

While still in Genoa, the Prin- 
cess learns that Captain Franaue- 
viiie, oonwnanrter of one of hag pirtae 
ships, haa been engaged In a ship 

brawl In which his <ipp(>nent ha.s 
been killed. Never having met hlni. 
the l*rlnce.ss leels no qualms hi 
writing out a curl di.smi.s.sul with- 
j out troubling hersel! to read the re- 
! V)ort of the case. .She doe.t not 
' know that It was t^) defend her 
I name that the captain had fought 
i the notorious Zailda. 



The Princess learns, subsequently, 
of how unjust she had been in her 

treatment of I'Y:Ul(|Ue'. ille .Slie fol- 
lows hUli to AIili-,1. to make iiincnds 
and .v>on J. ills madly m love with 
hiiii Her identity unlLUuwn, the 

einbttered >'aptatai algTla' lo fBtiini 

her aflection. 

OompUeatloaa arlaa wban a rela- 
thra of the nmrdsrad man. who has 
been repeatedly Insulted by the 

Princess. matLire-; to ri^tcb hold o' 
a letter exposing tlie [)rin( et,s' true 
character and FranqueviUes guUt. 



bv his tfjuhcr 
with the wortLs 
He 



A boy wa.s a.' ked 
to wi lie a sentence 

wrote; 

My ana-lyse ovar Um 
My ana-lyae over the aaa; 

di. who will go orrer the oeean 
And teliif bask aay aaa4anyr 




THE photograph shows Julius Dolly as he welcomed iiis d.iugl!tcr 
Hofika. one of the famouK pair of Dolly Sistei s, ujion tin ictuin 
icccntly to New York tor a brief personal visit. Rozilo Dolly is the wile 
Ot Mortimer Davis, son of late Sir Mortimer Davis, Montrsal. 




INCIDENTS CROWD 
IN IIUICKSEDUENCE 



Blarrted Man Findn Fvplanalions 
DUBonlt When Wife Cumes 

at Yarls^^ 



AtJL mn WBKK THB 

Toby Leitch Players 



"Getting 
George's 

Goat" 

S-MfarM-CMidy 




George is a little careless in describing what 
he did when "wific" was away! The results 
are nearly disastrous — and really screaiu- 
inglv funny! A modern rapid fire comedy I 
1 wi\ minute crowded with laughter! ~ 
-paikiiug fun irom first to last! 



THREE BIO 
PRIZES. 

Tkrmwh Oss rt Ms «f WSUsr's al 



ANOTHER BIG PRIZh. 

Tnm Wvflcfi tor Thnratfay NlrTit 

AMATiails' NK.ll!- 
ON I KIDAY! 



KNIETQIEEIT! 

So Funny Evan the 

Sphinx Would Roai 
With Laughter. 
Nightly at • 

Tuket Office Opens 7:13 
Matinee Saturday snd 
Wednesday. 2:30 

Adults 36<> 

ChOdran lOf 

XiOga Bests, R( 
60f 



VARIETY 



' 1 1^ e • 1 < 1 1 ■ oi l; e to I ! 1 .' ( 
1 bill et w here vl u' w 
I'lime: (ieoik.'.e hud 



; I III I to the 
'he : ! ,1 r |H'i 
a i 1 a i 1 1 1 \' < ■ ^ 



Denids King and Jean 

The Vagabond Uac" 



MaeDoaald in tiie All-Color Singing Romance, 
at the Dominion Theatre AH TUa Week. 



That married asm aheuM be 
careful about the explanations they 

pive of their activltie.s during their 
wives' absence Irom town, seems to 
be the moral of the hilariously 

funny three-act farce eoatedy, 
"Oettlng Oeorge's Ooat," Which the 

pop'.I.u Toby I.eltrh Players will 
p!e-,r[5' al the Variety Theatre all 

tills 'A e. k hi 1 hl.s scinl lil.i ; in.- 
fiitr>- (.>o!.:e Daiiiel.s is i.iitiei 

careli ,,s atiout the aCCOUIlt he t'l'.es 

his moUier -in-law of bis activities 
the mgtat before, with rather disas- 
trous consequences. He was, he 

said, attending a lodge meetlnjr; In- 
deed he had bee, I a'N n-l • ;.-! 
nipi'Mi^i", e\e;'.' ni^,;ht dii:;ri< nl . 
wife-; .nee irom town. To hi.s 
ft 'en! Il.irry VValler.s, an artist, 
C'.eoikte imparts the real story of 
what had been done the night be- 
fore. It had been rather foggy, he 
teUs Barry. As he was walking 
down the atreat, qotte by accident, 
of course, he had bumped Into a 
girl, Mabel Beaton. She had lost 
her whersaboots In the fog and 



the perlurniance and alterward.s 
: ad seen Matiel home, very properl> 
saying good night outside. 

Oeorge .seems to be successful 

with h'.'i ■.lo'v until the doo; Ik'H 
riiu;'- .iial Mahe: Mu^ i ih.ue' .star, 
inter, w.'ti (',. -)rve- s.alt, now 

adorned, ol course, wiht hte latter's 
biltials. Frantically. Oeorgs tries 
to get rid of her. But she refuses 
to depart, and In despair, when 

Mrs. Smythe-.lnnes enters upon the 
.scene, Oeorge mtroduces Mabel a.s 
hl.s n;ere. froos whom ha ta •Kpect 

ing a visit. 

A little later Oeorgels real niece 
arrives, and then hla wife. Poor 
George! He seems hopelessly en- 

rrri in a ha i- ; !i ! \\ , ' , ^ 1 1 ; ■ - 

' t .in< a 111 i li 1 1 1 • i I ' ' I : ,1 1 ; .e ■■■ 1 i .e 

plot crows funniei aiid teauc f\- 
clt'iik' with hlUi;);'<T v^'aioie. 

FRUIT TREES ARe' 

IN GOOD STATE 

Vi" V l itilr Winter Killins i«nd Most 
Fruit Trees Have Stood Recent 



SAFETY CAB-TAXI RATES 

\<e absolutely the lowest rates in the city. Call our today ati.l 
iivince yourself. 30c in mile circle. Si.r i;,] f',t r t, ti, * , 
I t&inasa sectioa to anywhere ia city. r%» 

Phone 8800 



SURBAY— Eij^y i 

Swim! 

Pool open. 2 to 6, every Sun 
day. Afternoon tea, 40c; 
Children, 20c. 



OTTAWA. April •.'--A preliminary 
survey of condltlona In fruit and 

veiritalile atea.s. conducted by the 
Uomnilon Uepurtment of Agricul- 
ture, announced yesterday, showed 



stal 6ar4M 



Loan Exhibition 

Under Auspices of 
The Oonsalet Chapter 
Imperfai Order DaughteTa of the 

Hpril 8 to 11, iMiO 
at MrCIoy's Hall 

Corner oi Pandora Avenue and 
Bianihard Street 

Admission 50c 
Opened hr Her Errrflenev 



tha* oil Ml'" \v hole there had heeii 
\>-'\ ■:••:> W it er killing and inof.f 
ot the iruit trees appeared to have 
come through fairly well. A crop of 
apples well up to the arsi'age for 
the yaac IMO Is anticipated «a a re- 
autt of the sortv. with the vwoup' 
thm of Nora aooHa, where the crop 
mav b<^ somewhat lighter than last 

year s hiK production. 

In li' i' ,>h Columbia, apple trees 
geiiciaiiv ate i eported In good con- 
dition with fruit bud development 



rather piomuiiiig. Other fruit trees 
appear to have wintered well, but 
some of ttie small frulta Indicats 
Winter injury, and'irlth respect to 
strawberries, a OBBvaratmlj ,ll||hl 
crop is the proapaot 

While Ontario apples trees hsve 
wintered well, fruit budding is 
somewhat below normal In quantity 
but generally well developed. Nlag- 
liiH oil hards wintered well and 
Km, ill fiiiii.s and graj><« vines are 
reported in excellent condition. 




The Greatest Screen Entertainment That Has Ever Come to Victoria! 

» 

Paramount's Gigantic All-Color Soi|g Romance 

The Vagaboiid King 




With ii^ngland s jbamous binging idol 

DENNIS KING 




The Supporting Cast U 
Headed by 

Jeanette 

acDonald 

Lillian Roth 
O. P. Heggie 



Cat toon Comedy 

SPRINGTIME 

j DOMINJPN MOVIBTONB NEWS 



We make thU fuUHmdSng 9iatement 

li 




nrr^^USK the worid's smtMl mnm r 

iliioed on the Rrrrrn, mor«* ^orgtOUmtw^ 
tliaii it «-^^,r o«»iikl l>e f»n llic Htui^r. 

, m f^Vif UJSK it h«H Sh4»w(l«>rTrR Krr«f«-Ml Hituj^irip hI a r . Dcnnit^ 
" King, loydhr guklen roioed Jeanetle M^cl>oaald and all 
aliM^iiM; catt wlUi • dhotiM of 1 ,<NIO toIm. 



JiiJm^ iJ/SMi it cwnlaina aome of tli«> mo-^i nuirvrious nu-UMli^'s 

«f ^ Va^ulM>i»aHi" ^'Only a lloee ' ami 



^njBOtMtnKMH hm mamml^km moat dramatic, romantic storica 



Bat K iin Mauoet DtOf at 12 Noon 
Adults, 20< ChildrM, 10^ 




n« a mmf^ romar>c«. 

t'^€\^ M."^ H it in pro«ln4~ied in lh*» m<>#4t Hmaxiii^ «» 

Poiitiv«iy Showing for Om Wook Oily! 

Commencing Tomorrow 12 Noon 



NO ADVANCE IN PRICES 

DOMINION 



•THE n.VTLY COU)NlST. VICTOKIA, B.C SUNDAY, APRIL 4 1930 



Muaical Triumph — 
Presented Here in 
' "No, No, Nanette' 



Color and Sparkling Comedy Are Featured in 
Capitol Offering in Which Bernice Claire and 

AkxuMkr Gray Head Cast in Picture Produced 
With Reourkabic Ardicry 



15 



HUMOR REPLACES 
MYSTERY AT ROYAL 



roiiow EJtwi •! 



id-B«r Hero (o 



Song Hits From Original 
Play Retained in Talkie 



IN brinmng the deliglitlul muskal comedy, "No, No, Nanette,' 
t'> the talking screen First National has set a bnliiuiu ]>.u <- 
l.ir other Holly wof)d stiidlo.s to follow. This lavish spectacle, 
made paiUy ui simply goigeou* uchnlcolor, opens a six-day run 



The story - the etmmdf faUe of a 

very unRophUtlrated millionaire who 

iiiia({trir>(l lie cunld buv c-lmtirs fnr 
prntlv H^ils ju.-,t oi.i nl siMicl luiluic 
and Kf' awHV \Mth U l^ vt i V tunny 
The .spei iiil .srciur imiMi nl m t-iie.i, 
Including trips to MolUvnd. Jajiaii 
New Yurk and Miiis .n r vmv. very 
braiitilul Nanettr i,, iiiirttifwl, me- 
lodioua. and produced with an artli- 
Iry never excelled and randjr HliaM 
In the annala of the acrem. 

It ie ImpoMlMa not to rave about 
the muslr, "King of the Air ' Jhc 
biff .song number, has a svviiiKing, 
virile tune that will live for a long 
time. It la RunB by Alexander Ciray. 
'he \oiift.fn! Iradilii; iiiai; in a wav 
IMiil V, liJ itj,tk.i- it N'l'h !<) \iMii men, 
01 V 

OUier .jojig nuiubers are "The Jap-i 
UMM Ballet." -Ttm Dane* «f ttael'TlMDks. iUr 



Wooden Shoes. "Danclnt on lfar».' 
and "PretendlDff." They an all of 
the tuneful quaUty that esuiet you 
to whittle while taking your morn- 
ing shower or riding In the moon 
light. "I Want to Be Happy * and 
"Tea for Two," hlt.s of I lie or iginal 
sIhK'' niuslral cmnfclv tnuii which 
Klr.vt National ;tflupfc(i ! he '.ricen 
pKxhKiujii, luive been kept m the 

pictiire; and UMor-MOMI as «a8 M 

ever 

Al Jolson, In stepping out of a 
taxicab in New York reemtly.aAed 
the driver vtaat be ttiought was the 
beet movlg In town. Tbc driver re- 
plied "Oo to >;ee Tlie a ^ mm |Hjf]' 
picture with Al JnlMin " 

.)■>] >n (!Hv. tlie man a dollar, who, 
with a grin, called aTtar lUm. 



On ItaMlay the 

Players begin the twelfth wee* of 

their scas<in al the Royal Tiie plav 
chosen l^ a farce by J^in Enieraou 
I and AnltJi Loo*., Uie latter being llie 
I autiior i>r "Oenlleinen Prefer 
I Blondes • In "'Hie WtuUe Town i> 
i Talkiiyj, ' \nc have one of the inont 
laughable playj. It Is p(»!sitale lo bee. 

The atory concem<i the family of 
a Ilih nunufacturer, Henry SUn- 
meoB (ylured tv James lioOhrath > 
and hi* nuBlly, and hie partner. 
Chmttr Blnney (Gordon McLeodi. 
and a lady who Ls a movie ^tur, 
plave/l by I.llllan ChrLitine But 
then' i> anothf-r very important 
ehurarter, Klhel. the daughter of 
.Simmon:. > MarRaret .St Harbe- 
We.^t'. around whom nmcti of the 
plot and fun revolve.^ Roland (Ml 
lett haa another role which .suit.'s 
1dm \o perfection, and Claude 
BaUey. wbabM ■ uip t- l Md fale friends 
this waak paA kgr hie fine portrayal 
of the eound eervant. has the part 

of a motion picture director Maude 
Blaye, as the wile. wUi have a part 
ftomewhat renimuscent ol Mi.- 
C'leiKiiioii In ■■ i'ne Ilotler.s " Me.sidr.>i 
tiiese theie are oilier Unpirl^nl 
parL» played by Betty Jennings, 
L}r.org<- Durham and Harcourt Au- 
brey .sinunous is anxious for his 
partner ta marry his daughter, kut 
the daughto: wieliee to marry a 
man wbo hae eeen a good deal of 
the world, and one wbo haa been a 
kit of a doR Now Blnney has been 

a (line! little man but in older to 
v^ui l.iv'iii i;i licl s I've.s, ui'.cril , ali 
"! t.s i >( (!• i'ii>u.s Hih inf virc.-, in 

ippoM 1 t J take i I'iii'U 
loii.s \\,ilth fol- 
' li li ' ti - 




Health and Diet Advice 



Wr OM. nUMK HcCOT 



Janet Gaynor and Charles Farreli. With Prank Borage. Who Directed Them in Their First All Talking Pic 
turc, "Lucky Star." This Is the Fe«ture Attraction at the PUybouee Theatre All Tbu Week. 



lou.s 

*lu< h lie ha.s !•( en ' 
part Tlif 1 iMipli' it 
low caiuic aJl tlic tiiiulili 



sue.-?, but wlil'h r, .siriLl (,e ui/,U: 

to disclose. But Uxc action ol the 
play beoomee hilarious and a 
of laugtitw. Hie scene li 



Simmons family, and eotartng the 
thne of one week. Patrons will find 
thLs one of the most amusing play.^ 
ttiey have seen this year, or any 

year 

T'lf.sdav It L hopi'd to ha', e a 
record house a.s not only lia'. e 
L.\ci'Uciii k:-, the Uovemor ^ 
(.ienerai .md hady Willlngdon slg 
nified their inientiou uj be present, 
but a percentage ui the proceeds is 
to be given to the aolartiuii, The 
Army * Navy Veterans, with the 
autliortttas of the Solarium, are 



POST-WAR STORY 

ORirs audience: 



Janel daynor and < harlrs I arrell 

IXMl Eele Jn ' Locky Star" 
a< 



Teacher— Really. Johnny 
handwrtting i.s terrible You must 
learn to write b< t k ' 

Johnmr— Well, if 1 did, youd be 1 Lunch 
finding ImH with aj^ apAnvv-JIH. lEi. 



Blt.s 



1)1 McCoy:. .suKRr.^lI•d menust 

.' unday Bnaltl.tNt Culdled 
tjM.'ited ccieal bl.Nciiit tUe ■jlt'Acd 
prune.s I un. Ii Baked ••Ht: plan! 
^lrlIlg beans, celery and rii>e ulive.s. 
Dimier:* Soaat pork, spinach, 
e-eiary, salad af loaMtoes and la(« 
tuee: bafead apple. 

Mondny T^reakfa.st Ong IfaCle. 
hiiuwied ihrinr'ii :ti.,:i amtnlnt of 

mapiC .s\iun ha. un pear 

saui e 1 uiii h (>ialij<cv de&ired 
I>innei Venetabie .-.oup. Salisbury 

Bteak. leaked brown beeta. squasii. 
8tfi« hum MM: Pineapple whip 

Tuesday—Breakfa: t EJggii poached 
In uiilk seivrd "u M»»lba lon.s' 
.su vwd ! icM n 1 . , 1. h 1 )Lm 1 . ' 
cdttat ' .hee.se •I'eai ..alad Dliuif 
li.ilted .'>ea ba.^.^. cix'kfd spUuu !i an 1 
iMrsley, salad of sliced tomatoe.s 
plain JeU'O «r JeU-Wbll. no eiean 
Wednaeday— Breakfast: Break 
fast food (retoasted) with cream nn 

hUKar ..nc ciHldled e^..^; .,t.c*e t <\n- 
l.ini 1; jtiiv. Mpjil< .s u- dc'.ired inii 
ne: .)■ Ihfii tiiiiiai.i h.iuUlln i.ser\ed 
ui 1 uiir.^' bioUed chicken, okra. pau- 
.Miip', . alad of nu 
Juice whip. 

Baked eggs. 

toast; stewed .i!>rlrots 

Lunch: Ck>oked turnip ' ■! 'i ' i 

of pea.N. chopiK"d celery and ( ucuni 
IX'l.s miildeil III Kel:it!'i I>lliiiei 
, ftoa.il inu'ton h\il'-'rd ..im. 
j spinach c<-Ici\ aiid :iul .alad, .small 
yOUf I dish of milKe: 

PYiday Breakfast: Wholewheat 
muiun.s. peanut butter; Applesauce 
Lettuce soup, dlsb of string 
Dinner: Baked whKe fish. 



I Rh 1 1 1 M ; a , H ' (• ,-1 

iMi>eie( M ' 1 ' . I '. • 
l.uiicii Polulofs ol 

>>x>ked a^Muagus. c 



a : Kieiich 
.sirweii prunes. 

I the Jiall ^;lr•ll. 

elci s Oinn> ; 



Vegetable soup; Roast beef, baked 
ground carrote and beete; salad et 
lai^Beriy won 



rtiip. 
babaa 

of pears for thtg aalbd. Maos a half 

tout side tip) hi a bed Of ortsp let- 
tuce. Ftli 'i,t:e ' not quite full) 
with thli K ;h .m.jl liu le: dreASliiK 
Be .suie and u.s» l:;e ; i.c.icd nut 
butter, tlunni ,1 witii ,i liMlr sweet 
cream I'iace ihe oilier half of l!ie 
pear over Uie half (unlaining the 
dressing, cut aide down, forming a 
whole pear. A olove may be used 
to reprasent'tha etam, and a further 
decorative effect aiay be given by 
adding a touch of red coloring with 
'; • f.i. ' " .> ' the outside of tha 
!. .J. jK ai 1:1 inhng it in well. 

( (li 1 t»',punileul;, Wl.sluii)! to CfMU- 
■ 11,111 ..te with I)r M.c\n hould 
.uidic.>:, len«'rs Dr. fYank .McCoy, 
CO MiCov I'iibllcatlons. in , 689 
South Ardmore Avenue, boe Aogaloit 



turnip cup .salad no devse; ' 



What stniek Mr. O. W. Qglesby tn 

riiicDfo was the evldenoa of tha 

beneiic.ii effects of Pe^teutlBid 

milk What .strike , ;i , ,1 Icgi 
f)b.ser\ei to CtUcaKo ;^ ,i iii.nt 

In the t ount.i v "1 .aiidloi d vou 
said tlierc wen dc>nke\s Inr all 
strangers who wlslied to h < end the 
mountain, and I can only .see two." 

"Walt a mflment, sir. Whea 
tourtets come, there wtt be 

i|..Uike\: ■■ 



Mt In the hiBBrtooB hoaM of theworfclng together to taasure a success 



PLAYHOUSE 



1 



Wet k 



Week— Every Weak 




WHERE SOUND SOUNDS XIOHT 



Adde4-A Talkiag Seasatkm 
TBS voice OF HOLLYWOOD" 



PRICES 

Matinee. 2 to 5: Adults „ 'Mi^ 

1 to 11: 
Children t»4 

Monday 2 for 1 Night 

Two Adulu or Children Admitted 
fbr One TMcet 



TUESDAY REBATE NIGHT 

$26.00 



Charles 

CMHH W>IUJ>IMr 

cAlllalhincj their 

p0iris 09$ 

CdlffINO NEXT WIBK— THE MUSICAL EXTRAVAGANZA, ' MARRiED IN HOLLYWOOD" 

By Oscar Straas, Composer of "The Chocolate Soldier" 



Two of lUmdom's greaiest lavor- 
Itea, Janet Oayner and Charles 

Farrt ;i made the:; inttiii! lalkint: 
picture appearance m 'Lucky Star. ' 
Po« Movietone feature which opens 
tomorrow at the Playhouse Theatre. 
Prank Boraage directed the pro- 

duit.iiM 111 hl^ Uliual ma.^U'Ii> iiian- 
n''t vN( liear from pie\!!'<A n'Uicf 

liic .storv writeii b\ lii, tr.iiii 
I ippct the theme expressing 11 le 
Idea that "tho thlBfS «W SiaaH re- 
create us." 
■arlr sequences of the picture 

show I "h trie. !■ irrell h,, ,i .< I'dv 
youtiR ciMinti'. li(i\ meeting .lanet 
( iavnor a i-M imv and ii iir ' .o hon- 
est li'Me farm iiiald on the ew of 
False]; yiinii.: to war. Oversea.' 
he does tni> bit and comes home to 
Poverty Hollow a cripple from the 
waist down. Us mental view of 
Ufa erases all thought af irtiyslcai 
handicap until he finds himself 
falling in love with now more 
mature litle K\r\ he Bail JWl biforc 
he went to war. 

He virtually rcmalie^ the little 
girl, who Is swayed by the boy's 
roseate .view of Hfe. TImh i^ien he 
learns that his fonaar sergeant 

overseas, a man of unsavoury char- 
acter .('ilium William.'- > is .ibc.ut to 
put til.N stixma I'll the Kirl he i fai - 
rell I love' ;;ic cripple {oitje:, hi.s 
heritage of war, and flKhUs a blu- 
zard to save the girl from a fat* 
he knows otbor girls have suffered | 
at the feaada of the ax-eergeant 
This mental Tletary over ph^ i ii 
handicap Is one of the most nn;. 

ping portrayal"; e\r: scTooned and 
><hows Parrell nt,:-, haiidiuig 

■1 : .1 'i,,it ;.■ .it, in'...!! with a 
tew knew lie pobse&aed. 



i\ Tht Smmi's Biggest MnaiMl C»Mdy Triiiipli! 

^ Willi Mirifilm kiMS ii TMkMolor 




I^RE is the musical road 
show attraction that hun 
drcds of Victorians paid $2.20 a 
seat to witness at the "Royal" 
. . . Now offered to you at the 
uaiMl ''Caiiitol Theatr*" pricti. 



A Glorious 
Masterpiece of 
Mirth and 
MoMyl 




— HCAR and SEE — 



THKBI PLAYS 
Mark the Opening of 

The Mimes and 
Masquers' Guild 

"SHAM" nLB' 

THK BOY COMSS HOMK" 

SHRINK ArniTORIUM 
I-KIDAY, APKIL U 
Admfeeioii 50e ' 



ROYAL 

AU This Week 

April 7 to 12 

Every 8uiU 

Matinees Wednesday and Saturday 2:30 

The Gordon McLeod 
English Player 

— Present ~ 

The Whole Town's Talking 

MMIN IMIIISON AND ANITA LOOS 

If)^ucan.addioablory tliat will keep you slirifkifift Wit f, Ms . orttciv Hnf^Vs n s . ii.u u ter*» 
keep you in stitches with their amiable animosities, and you ii begin to get just a giuimiei ot the 
5l!!Sl ^'^31^', Aunt;''' that awiiilB you when yon see the funniest farce^omedy 




m 



™«T"*?**y "^Their BxceUendes the Govcrnor-Gcneiai and Lady 
WUIiagdofi win attnid the p«fonaiiice^ wImii • portta cT the pro- 
ceeds wm Im doafttsd to tht SoltttHPi. 
ATTEND AND HSLP THIS WORTHY CAUSE 



POPULAR PnCBS 

Irchestt.t. HO<^ Drait CiN|», 

r».V, Loges, Ji^l.OK 

Mauuee— All Seals, 55^^, Logts, 
Booir Totir Seats Now 



Hear tli- ^ 

"Tea for Two" 
"I Want ta Be Happgr, Tao" 
And Many Other Ne# Swig 

• Hits 



Wftii 
tiie Screon'o 
Boot SlMglnf Tmmm 

Alexander Gray 

and 

Beml^e Claire 

IW ttmsli 

Pertecl 



SPECTACULAR scenes in full natural 
l olnt Ten pi ca t Stars. Five sensational 

sonf^ hits i'vy ioith (i.incrs. pltis nnr of the 
II lost lov,tl>l(- ,)iui laughable loinaaces you've 
been in niontlis. 



All Talking! 
All Singingl 
Ail Dancing! 



Bargain Mattiice Daily at 
12 NooR 

Adults ...^^^^ '^<>r 

CbildrgB — 

Mat 35# Evt. 60^ 



KB>» lAH.t HKAT^ — I. Vsar Nta* 

rrtntoa Hrt'* 
Tba Capital TbaaU* lavilet Mrs. 

ane tmm t ti m ti of 1m flfcaSt! 

'T-'il' ■ ■ . ... <i^ . ■ r 




EXTRA AHOFD ATTRACTIONS 

M.I |.- Hrv'.^r" Prea^nt* 

I Mfalttr HasMi asd Lsa Magd 

Ot-rti f,. If fh,.-r;-, I'S I*' .!:■ ■ fleer.;, 

With ANDY Cl.ViiK • • M AKjoKifc. bh.i:.i*ii. 

In Al! T ill"'-.,; ( ■-■nr']-/ Fe;«turt 

''MATCH PLAir'^^ 



PAKAMUUNl bUUNL* NihWS 



CAPITOL 



16 



THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA, B.C. SUNDAY, APRIL 6. 1930 - . 



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By T H F'lPL.l 
(All RltjhU Resrrved) 
BLACK landau 



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11. PxF 

la. SzB 
Q B S 
BX» cut 

H B 5 . , 
F> X N 
M X H 
K x|4 

Kirs. 

Whit* irslgns 
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14. 

15, 
1(5 
17 
!8. 
19. 



8 R K 1 

9 !• Q R 3 
10 F K 4 I 
11. M M i 

la. QsB 

IS. QNsKPI 

14. K R 1 

15 N X N ch 

16 N X K P ! 

17 g H X H 
18. Q H 6 Ch 
li. Q X 4 6h 



£--Biilf) I'lnhr 
* 

The pljiy Ik tb6 cud ol Uic game 
WhlcU foUofts; "' 

• WHITE BLACK 

a5:*V Q « 25. B x'N 

28. P X Fi J6. Q Q a 

27 a li \ 27. N R 3 

L'H !' .H :< 28. P X P 

Q X P 29. N B 3 

3Q. RxN N. PzR 

31. R K 1 :n n n i 

If 31 K H i ,1-' H X l< t.) \ 11. 

;t:i y n ■; . :i k •; ; !« m. g 

K H < ti. IS K K CV K 4 cJi. M. V 
N J g K 7 (ii, 37. Q N 2. Q Q 8; 

38. B N i. loiowed by Q «4 a Md 
F Q T. ^ 

H g H 1 ai B N a 

:i : ».v K N 4 ch S8, K R 1 

H \< n \ 34. R K 8 «b 

35. K. R a 35. QxQ 

M. PsQ Blsck rMicila 



Our itexl bikows huw a uuuler 
UkM •dvaataf* of • lafM. 

v/HXTB BLAOK 
. iiielnuui Wthl* 

1 (■ K 4 1 P K 3 

(■ g 4 J p Q 4 

.! N g B 1 .! N K B 3 

4. PxP . 4. P«P 

5. BKBf I. BK« 

a . B Q s e. N B t 

7KNKt T.NQNt 

HNN3 '8NxB <-ii 

ii g \ N ' 9 P K N < ? 
In < a • ..s K R 10 P B .( 

1 1 K. i{ K 1 11 (:a^f Ir-i 

11! U \ H 1.' g X R 

13. Q B a 13. K M a 

14. QlfK4 14PSN 
18. NxP 15. Q K 1 
18. BxNch 18. KN1 

IT Q B 4 Hl.u k ifsinns 

We are Itulebt/ed lor the Ini»Ki)ing 
brtlllancy. and also for san;p N > 1, 

to tb« Oo* cbflM ooluxnn or 'Xhr 
BoiUm lAmttcr. 




SOUND AUCTION* 
and CONTRACT 

i,^ vtoBOR awmamAD . 



4AJtTS 

♦ A 9 8 2 



4*4 

VAKQ4S 

♦ Q 107 ' 
4> A85 



□ 4KQ10 
4KX07 



105» 

3 



The fUD* won tht brlUancy prize 

Meant Aalwap tkmfiia- 

nU'l;!. 

WHITE BLACK 

Salo Flohr Landau 

1PQ4 1. NKB3 

• P g B 4 2. P B 3 

i N B 3 3. P Q 4 

4 P K 3 4. P K S 

White'* Ma 4 sad S an popular 
lines aealBit tho Slar defence. TIm 

IdoH :s to establish a N at K 5 If 
Blai k accepts the Gambit Pawn. 

5. QNQ2 5. BK2 

6. BQ3 8. QNQa 

7. Castles 7. CmUm 

8. PQN3I 8. PB4 

». B N a 8. BPxPt 

9 P q N 3!. 

10. K PxP 10. PxP 

ILPxP 11. PQNS 

la. Q B4' 12 . B N t 

13. N K 5 13. Q B 3 
14 P n 4 14 K R Q 1 
15. N((42;B3 16. PKR3 

Bfao 18. N M 6. 
16 Q K 3 16. NxN 

whit# Uireaiens 17. NxN, NxN; 
la !• g 5 1. or If n — . QorBsM: 

18. N K 6. 

IT B PxN IT N Q 2 

18 p g .'^ ■ 18 . n B 4 ch 

19. K R 1 19. PxP 
30. N N 8 t 30. N B 1 

M If...., p x.P: 19. p K 8. or tf at 
ao.....PxM: 31. Pkoi. 

21. NXP 21. R K 1 

23 Q N 4 22 R K 3 

■'. < M ' -a. Q R K 1 

14. B X K 24. R X B 

The remaining moves are with 
the diagram at tha bead of the 

"ohimn. 



A Karnr from tht Vancouver Olty 

Chaiiipinn.shlp, with a 
by the B.C. champion 



» WHTTB 
B. A. Yates 




ru,/\( K 

.T M Tavlor 

1. N K B 3 
3. P K 8 

3. P Q 4 

4. B K 2 

5. Q N q a 

6. Ca.stlcs 

7. P B 3 



CHKSS NEWS AND NOTM 

Ki.Kliiiui liiiviiMiv M.itilies— 
Oxlurd luvst lo lUnumgham by 3 to 
8. Cambridge played a team of '^Id 
Half Bluas," six plajan on aach 
rida. tha Tidlota wtentaw by 3< 

to2'v I 
s;>ith'T!i t'nlnti rfiamy)tnnj,liti> ' 
i l.> I i 1 1- 1 1 , 1 1' fri>..i Hert. f ' ird^tiue ' 

by 11 garner u> 5, aiul wlU tlierelore 
to fsrward and meet the winner of 
tha mateh .Daromhtre va. Somanat. 

Rananu-lftdani Master Play- by 
P. D. Tales and W. Winter. A new 
book with a series of twenty-one 
articles on the play, style ai.'i \w. 
sonallti&s of the world's tamou^ 
living chess masters. Illustrated by 
fifty selected games critically 
analyied, with, a special oontrlbu- 
tion CO ■'"The Bvohitkm of Modam 
Cheas." 

For many years Yates has held a 
pre-eminent pasltlon In BrltL-.h 
j ( !.( ^ The fact that he has won' 
the Brltlah Championship Ave times 
at»liiBi aQ eqners is sufBdent proof 
of his prowess. Th«e is na other 
British plaver with his erperlenrf 

of lOtema" !m! ,1 1 ! :i: !-.;i:nr[it< and 
there i.s i i Ih!!i»hi.s n;a.st»'r 

I: . iviii l.r ' .(s n,)t nipt in 
actual combat 11c can point with 
justifiable pnde to more than one 
victory over the preaant world's 
ehainplon. Therefore the British 
cheas public will witteme this 
volume as a critical review of the 

-'•1' and per ,onalltles (if ttir 

worul s lamuus chess piasters by 

one who baa mat thaaa ta- aftuai 

play. 

To trace and explain "The 
Bvohition of ICodam Chase" to. a 
task arhleh tha avthon have made 
most interesting by thp nid of 
nitistratlve positions 'n,is article - 
in fact, tiif \Aho|p ixrtik uiii excite 
much ri'iiiin'-rit and (!ur i. sinn, and 
it will • >': i-i - ! i.T nrf !!;.. i <'| n i 

tation uf its jouii authors. It chal- 
lenges many aocepto<l ideas, never 
in didactic fashion, ahrays with 
very good reeaen. and Inrarlably in 

interesting style. The ' roAind i 

^ W. H. Watts, of l>i r , ' ; 1 im i : a f ' 

Sc"'la:irl — Edlni. irk'i; 1 . a c: u r 
Matches Presen' .'and..!!.: is C'lvi; 
Service, 15; Kdn.h.-dh cr 9. 
Ladles, 6; Stockhridge, 4; West 
End. I. ftNfOint ar* an A Dhd- 



VJlOfitI 
♦ J4 
4J9«t 

Auction Bidding 
1st Rd. L'nd Rd .3rd Rd 4th Rd. 
South Pass 3 V 4 V Pass 
We>t \ A I'asa I'ou i***' 
North 2 V Pass Pass P»8a 
£a»( 2 * 3 A 4 * 

Contract Bidding 
IstRd. SndSd. 
Sovth Paaa P»aa 
Weat 14 Pm* 
Nefl«h 2 V Paa« 
East 4 « 

'I'he abfnc deal Is an excellent 
one U) Illustrate Uie profit or loss, 
as the ca.se may be, Invoived, by an 
overbid of three trieka id prevent 

a game tiy opp«'inenUs. 

To wtiat extent un oveibld of 
three trlcici, if doubled, JuilJfl- 
uble or not jii.stlflable In Contract 
II become.s iipce.s-sary t.*) fix sOtoe 
detinit^' \aJue for a game t}Oth whe'h 
vulnerable and Khan not vutaierabie. 

In DupUoata Ooatraet the pre- 
mlimi for a game en one hand wherf 

not vulnerable is 300 and when 
vulnerable :.f)(i pmntA A.s the.se jire- 
inluni.s are suppivsed to approximate 
the aitual value of a Raine unrler 
■he abiiVf ciinilstion.s, whether the 
game be d\ii>iicaie i,r not, they are 
hufnciently airurat^' tO OlfVa.aa a 
comparative standard. 

The next thing to know Is that 
the penaKy for under-trtcks when 
doubled, in Oontntet, when not vul- 

M^^M^A^ A— AAA 41^» — ^^mA a^.^ 
QeSwDV V 2«v lUV uttm Xum vWv 

under-tricks and 300 for the third 

under-trick, and when vulnerable. 

200 for the Hist under-trick and 400 

for earh -> iibseinieni under tnrk 

N'>U' let Us .ii'ply 'he foretfi.iiii? 
to t!ie liiddmt: of the above deal 
and a.s.su!ne that .s<iut.li. to sam- an 
adverse Kaiiie. over<-alls Ka-st s bid 

of four .Sparges With five Hearts, to 
doubled, and plays the hand at fhra 
Hearts doubled, golof down three 
tricte hi the (day. 

If North and South are not vul- 
nerable, they lose 400 points, to 
offset »i;i(h the (ipponent-s, if not 
vulnerable vr.iihi have sc, red 4'JO 
[Kilnt,s for tour .Spadi < bid and 
made. If opponeii'^ ut-e '.uh.ei- 

able. thev would li.a-.e ircd (Sjii 

points. 'Ihu-. PI the lir.st ot the.se 
two situation .m overbid of three 
tricks would have iMrgflted North 
and South 30 jxdnte, ud to the 
seoond 330 iwM p ^t . 

If North and South are vulner- 
able, they lose 1X)00 points to otTset 
which the opponents if n-.i vulner- 
able, nould li,i\e . eoreil 4211 point.s. 
and if vulnerable, 62U, a clear loss 



Ui Nortli and South— in the llist 
imtaiii I- bfto i><^)iala attd 1b IIm aa^ 

ond 38') [KilnlA 

When the above deal otx-urred, 
Ea.st and West ware not vuloaratalc 
and North and 08H0I w a re vulner'- 
able. In thto dfatto h South tre- 
fueed to omeaU Beat's Md of four 
Spades with five Hearts. Had the 
situation lieen reversed, he would, 
or .sJiould. have overcalled It fairly 
well a^ured Uiat the two haoda 

would notrgO'-4>wn mora than three 

tncks. ' 



f MJXNT aoorre oy rwm iaaamo 

Auction: Kouth passing. West 
operus the bidding with one Spade. 
Noilh overcall.-s wlUi two Hearts; 
Kast. with two Hpade.s and Sfnith. 
witii three Heart.-s West and North 
passing. East bld.i three Spades; and 
South, four Hearts. West and Horth 
passing. Beat bids four Spadeat oon- 
ohidUc the bidding, as South at thto 
point haa the qotioa of orercaiiing 
with tarn Hterta to take a penalty 
to save an adverse game or to pass. 

If the particular game involved 
Is either the first game of the rub- 
ber or the rubber game, then South 
.sliould take tlie loss to .save such 
gauie, but In any other .situation 
South .should pass and permit East 
and We.st to go game if able. 

Contrart: The bidding in OoOtraot 

is ahQ rt ao8d qgnaldaraUy from the 
Auollfligi WMfar. • Booth passfaiff, 
Weetr Mds one Spade; North, two 
Heart! and Bfcst f our Spade.s. < nn- 
cludlTiR the blddtiiK. as North and 
South are vulnerable and l<:a.st .iiid 
West not, vulnerable a .si'uation ni 
which an overbid by .South Uivolv- 
hiK the I0.S.S of .several trlOlM BWAd 

be wholly unjuatined. 

THE PLAT 

N'.T'h o[><.iis the KniK' of Heart„s 
The Duiniuy Koiiiif down \i,ill\ a 
singleton Hea:t N'or'.h .siiif s to a 
trump to avoid leadiriK eillier of his 
two .short suit.s. West (Declarer) 
Winning the Spade lead, in either 
own haad or m Damay, laada a 



the remaintng trump. 

The situation that no.v. p e ep's 
It.sHf i.s that We.st lia- lo t o, e 
Heart triik ati! liiijst l.i,^c a' lea, 1 
one iMrtinond trick an<l |>.vv,;bl> '!*.> 
Cli.b trlck.s iinles.n he can avoid 
bcuiK loired to lead Clutfs )ii.'u.self. 
The only way in wh.Ki, :!>> can 
force an adversary to lead Clubs to 
to find the outstanding five Dto- 
monds apUt 3-3. If so ^lUt. three 
nmnda of Dlamooda, throwlat one 
of the advanMriaa in with the 
third round, will force the adver- 

'•a'-. then In the Ir.nt Pi ;.M,! 
I'.ii' .is to lead .iiiotiier ilcari 

v.oi.id k'i^i' We I a rMtf In ana band 

and, .1 di.M-aid the other 

.So ( I ilusldei ed West leads t;,:ee 

roUIld.S ef I l;a .n ! o- 'JK' 

third round i<> % gn- • com- 

pelling North to lead a Club. 
Whether North leads hia Aee of 
Oluba, foQowad by a small one. or 
leads a small Club, hoping to find 
South with the Queen, makes no 
difference, as so played West can 

livse but one Club trlckt 
lour odd on the hand. 



Auetralla— Ooldamtlh Cup— The 

tWBlrty-flve en1:iinls wf. :.andi 
capped in six ihi'-se !pe final 
scores being: o. ( .u: le^ sen. 4'- 
L. Mcintosh. 4: p. UplUen, 3Vi. Thto 
behiff tha wtanerU third wfti; li 



tains permanent poee^paleB. Oun- 
ner Oundersen's other wins were 

tri lO'.'ii ,ind !<)■.'"; Ttie donot . of the 
cup were ilse j 1! .ip! ir* of- . 'nie 
Aiisfra'a liin aiid The I ei.'e: 

United States — Metropolitan 
League Matches— The seventh 
round saw t^ie first defeat of the 
leadaii. the Hungarians loelnc to 

the Manhat 'ai!s l>\ r <o Thto 

ptoces the lat'e: ie;:u ill the lead 
lor iienentaK'' I. a Jos Siepi,.,- \n-as 
the oiil', HuuKailaii to wm. Man- 
ila; 'ai' "ir.ners were' Kashdan, 

Kevitz, Kupchlk, Wllhnan and 
Jaokeoa. Tha draw waa Barman vs. 




the 
/ great old 



use 01 




sun 18 shiiiiiig^ more 
ighlly iKanfatlan^me 

Old Whislg^f^^^ 
uld tfouse'^ explaiqs^tei 
^omisten tly^rowin|^^ • 
iilan ty/iai^theiiiorlil' iiren 



|i §0t i":M»'-hr 1 c;r li, ; x ! Kv th' T.iquor 



« K tfl 



Horowlts. Othar matches 
City College and Manhattans drew 

at 4 all. the Mar.^halls beat the 
Scandma'. ii.ns 7 l, and Kmplre Citv 
won from t.'iu Coileu'.e i; i' r* ' 
league leaders are: Manhattans. 
BuBgaviaBa, d-l; IfarrtianB. 

6-1. 

California — The University of 
Callforni.i won a six-board matcli 
with the Faculty by 3 '4 to 2't. 
Professor Branch played boards 
Noe. 1 and 3. wlnnlns on both, but 
tha etndeiita won on boarda 4. 
5 and 6, Nn 3 being a draw. 

TToii,ind -A ten-game match be- 
t 'I Capablanca and Dr. Max 
Euwe to expected to start here 
shortly. Botb Aledito and Bogol- 
Jubow found the Dutch pre f eesor a 
foeman worthy of their stetf, their 

win.s in ea. ' ; atch being by OBly a 
siiiail iii.iiKin, and Dr. Emanuel 
Lasker i.s of opinion that Euwe i.s 
channiion.ship timber. Capablanca 
has agreed to play, the Cuban For- 
eign Of&ce being willing, and 
Havana papera state that he has 
been euOOaMfOl in special missions 
entmsted to him. His position as 
head of the Cuban Foreign In- 
formation Deparfnient, enables him 
to play m F"ur pen, i he , tM.in.i- 
mrnt.s witiiout detriment to hto 
diplomatic effleienqr and of fnat 

benefit, to che.ss. 

ciermany Fierlln Mased a "Re- 
form Che.s.s ' l ournanient In the 

new game the King and Queen'k 
Pawns are called leaders, and move 
and take forward and rtdaways as 

well as diagonally. Hie novelty Ls 

the Invention of Norbcrt Vow. The 
scores were: Ahues. 6; Rosens- 
bcmoQh, 4; Xagan, t. 

Itall''— The Marquis RoselU del 
Tureo to not wllltnR to .sell the San 
Remo games. He prefers to publish 
these classics in his own language. 
Bernard Kagan, the big Berlin pub- 
lisher. reporU hto disappointment 
to the mmi Sehachnaehrfcihtea 

Tlie BC. Champlon.ship Mt J, 
M Taylor writes us that hf- i ll de- 
fend his title ( ! 1! « : u: li ; 

the tournament which starts on 
AprU 18 at the Vlctorta Chess Club. 
Our eeoond game to a good specimen 
of hto BtroBC bnagteativa styte of 
pbky. Yates, his opponent, a former 
B. C. champion, makes one slow 
man* and hto tame ooUapeee. 

ni WBAKrOlNT . 

All Berlin to tooghlnf at an inci- 
dent whtob raeatttly bafkB rtnfiaini 

Rlnst«tn. the wockra floremost 

r;.,Vh' ., ■"'•tan 

i i.4\eiiri.( '\ tranicar opr ,!., . > 
concluded that the (onductor i,ad 
given him the wrong \ hnnge j-v,! 
Iriwlnf; B long nrc'iTT'. !:'.>•'''.••: 
the conductor was able to convince 
) n .tein that he waa wrong, and 
that ha had been fttaB the eorrect 



The rr.'e-.;,,r <<tart«d to apolo 
glre. whei*. p., I he conductor- who 

wa« unaware rf iiir tdent.f',- of his 

faniO'is pHS'enRri ivjl lip,, \hnr'' te 
remarkli'i; pitimuiy ^.e-er r; 

Sir. Thats aU right. I can se arit.'i 



Aaker- "What happz- ied ta that 
^nl»f (if ^(v^rs'^• 

Trli... i fireti hiiii: 
R from one of iv; 

A -kev fpjt isn t he supposed to 

i TeUer; "Yaa, bMt tbli «aa a ten- 



.ipts 



MEN'S CIDTIUNO 
INDUSTRY GROWS 



Nearly Twelve Thousand People 

Are laMieyad ia Thto 



Durbw tba year Mi there 
In Oana4t 318 establishments en- 
gaged in thto Industry, and In the 
case of twenty-five of thl^j total ilie 
clothing was made by outside con 
tractors from materlab supplied by 
these particular firms. ThLs i.s an 
Increase of altogetiier fourteen es 
tabllohments, 204 having reported in 
1927. The Province of Quebec leads 
with 143 factories, Ontaalo comes 
next with six^-ooe, Manitoba had 
six, AllMrta three, and Nova Bcotla, 
New Bnmswick and British Colum- 
bia two each. 

Examination of tiie latest report 
of the Industry di*<'lo.ses the fact 
that twenty-seven of the factories 
out of a total of 304 employed 58.69 
i>er cent ot the bumber at work In 

1927, as compared with twenty-seven 
esublishmento out of a total of 318 
employing 58.58 per cent in 1928 
Similarly, as regards cjipltal inve.si 
ment. thirty factories had 86 94 per 
cent of the total invehtment In 191!7. 
while ui thuty-one eslabllshmenUs 
in 1928 the percentage to the total 
capital was 85.91. Again, in gross 
value of prodttotioii. nttgr-alfht es- 
tabitobmeota to ll>T ptodwed 74J4 
per cent Of the total, whereas to 

1928. with sixty-four establishments 
the percentage was 75.02 of the total 
gross value of production 

INCK£A8EO OUTPUT 

Hg81>< > ^ba of aU artletos 
of mtS|MMBli manufactured dur- 
ing th^BHKr year 1927 was $43 - 

28t).f314 while the amount rejxirted 
for 1928 wx-s $48,477,178, an liicr( a.se 
of $.^.190,564 In order of iiii[>i)rtRn< e 
the Province of Quebec leads with a 
total output \alue<1 at $,'10 lfi2 78'J. 

Ontario comes next with 916.863,184, 



the Western Province* take third 
place with $735,480. the Marltline 
Provinces occupy fourth poolllon 
witn MMUn. a^id Manltobaa out 
put waa ini Jtl. 

The amount of capital invested 
in the industry rose from 924.919.334 
In 1927 to $27,283,986 In 1928. an in 
crease of $2J44,S82. The Provuice 
of Quebec again takes prec edence 
with a total investment of $16,541,- 
134. Ontario ranking .second to tol- 
portance with $8,986,628. 

The total n omber of persons on 

the payroll durinj; the vear 1'.)'J7 was 
11,479. wliose coniblne<l eainiiii<.s 
amounted to $i:'.(V75048 while for 
the calendar year 1928 the total vi ,ls 
1 1 879 with a total pavnient o! $1* 
085>44. Tills represents an Increase 
of 400 in the number of peopto em- 
ployed, and an inereaae ot •4UJ00 
in salary and wage paymento. in 
addition to thto amount the sum of 
$1,083,788 was paid to contractors, 
but the numt>er of persniLs employed 
by them was not reported 

The cast of all mattiia.. used In 
the manufacture of iready-to-woar 
clotlnng in 1927 "minmtad to $31- 
335.668. In 1938 the amount was 
834.587,338. a rise during the year 
of $3.231,fi4n 

In im|Hii t.s aiid «expoits, diuiug the 
calendar vear 1^28 (aniula pur- 
chased g'Hid.s Irtim the United King- 
dom of the value ot $2 340,746; from 

the United Statoi. 83.073498, and 
from other oountrtoa. 91,081^. The 
export trade to a relatively bbmU 
.one. During 1938. Canadian fac- 
tories shipped goods valued at %S 789 
to the United Kingdom; $36,140 to 
t)ie Ihuted .States, and |flSj8U to 
otlier countries 

Two gentlemen who had an extra- 
ordinarily successful "nlfht out" 
ware ooBipartng notea some daya 
afterwards. 

■'My goodne.s,' ' saui one ' ! h.r -.^ a„ 
a terrible nigtit I'm rather 
a.shanied to .sav that I <*"*«'^f^ UP 
m the police station." 

iiucky dog," said the other bitter- 
1 ly, "I found mi way homa." 




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'^111^ » ' ■ T ra.r, No. 2 

IMPERIAL 

for MONTRJtAL, Direct, tarrying 
Through Sutadard Sleeper to Chicsf o 

(WU m m m$ m md Sf. PmJJ 
ITANDAKD 




THE—' 
DOMINION 



tnAiNo.? 

LbBvm Bt 9 

Ditty 



for TORONTO 
Compartment Observation Can, 
SwadsrJ sad T— rirt Slsspsri, Dining 
Csn B8»d Db jr CoBchu 

(Making Ctmu*ctiou fvr Me«>r#«f) 

TIm Ija|M*i»i 

LOCAL TIAIM ■^•"••"•^ > 'P'«m . • T.i8p4a.Baly 

ww^i«»a« ««MaM^ y^lj^^ 1^^, » M p.«. r •* 

. Taassai i Haat.njtJ,.., - r.lf 

(Dady Ijictft $u4«r) 



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THE 



CANADA 




Honorable Sir Percival 
Arrives at Harrison 

I |ON. SIR PERQVAL, playboy of London, Lido, LalccH^^^ RatFier 

bored you know. Cmv<>«; thr nn.r.-j^l to rouse the old enthusiasm. 
So here he is with bags and bdsgage at Harrison Hot Spdnfi HoUiJ 
iolliest spot on earth. 



Morning tub of hot spring-; wflr«rr on tdp, 
or brdcing plunge in hot iprmgs indoor 
pool . . . English brealcfast. Eighteen 
holes of golf or cast a trout Ry beside 
delightful little brook. Fine horse flesh 
for morning canter, tennis, compani'^'^'^^ip 
And for yoiir health , medical rcsCdfch 
and ( lifmn .inilvM'; ^.^ve 



■in 



Hot .Sprmcj? to be es^.c Miiy 
rich in rrmrr-il', vvi-.i-'i J^f.> 
sluggish o ;.v , ni i ' r nisc the 

entire system o^ poisons. » e » 




Like an hospitable European resort In its 
lovely gardens is Harrison Hot Springs 
Hotel. Girdled on three sides by 
wooded hills . . . frontins dn azure lake 
about whic' - nge majestic mountain 
summits . . yours lor the happiest vacatiOfi 
days you II ever live. » » » » » 
Rafr- from $35 to $55 per 
week, $6 to $10 per day,' 
includins room and meals/ alio 
r ecial de luxe suites. » » » 
Keservatlons by wire cnffrcL 
WriU (or booklet » a » 



HARRISON 

HOT SPRINGS HOTEL 



HARRISON LAKE, B.C 




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BeaiUiful Home 

, Is Adapted Well 
To Rolling Site 



Advantages of Location for Residence Embody- 
ing Suggestions of English Domestic Architec 
lure Like Pitch of Roof. Half Timbers and 
Chimney Pots Fireplace Adds Charm 



House Can Be Erected at 
Reasoaable Expenditure 

r 

MORE than cnr i)fi.s()n has longed for a home on a hillside 
or on a rolling lot. There la something alluring aboul a 
home ao situated. It carries with it an air of freedom and 
inflinBAllty. For a rolling im thr HadrlifTe is ideal. Its mnbllnt 
appearance with .sharply pitched roof and sweeping lines makes 
H apparently cliuy lo the Kiound, yet lUs quaintly-designed chimney 
and half timbers lead the eye upward aacKglvt t| an mtmtmhert 
of qMciooaMM ami freedom. 



The exterior lines of the Rad- 

Cllfle are fj.Rli.st' 'I'tir wrxxicn 
gable, the ha;! lunlicr ;, alxn r the 



V, ind' iw.'i, I (if^ ir.t li 1 i >' 
tflf chlnilK'S' p^)l^ kill 

t r ca' inciil 'I ill' wailN 

I'l uir ()>■ tdfx-ii.s nl 
n i»- ( h III 1 iif V and t lu' 

' ;«':r,:' \v;Ui bncJt, 
\i t ffTfctively carry- 



bay "f flnllt 
the HMif and 
■spfak III iiii 
are .stur<'ii 

IlEtlVf S'(i!|C 

door ja;' h; J 
iparlnKly ii'<<-(l 
Ing out Uie luiomml 
that charaeteriMi the MUriar'UaM 

of tbe restd^MK-p 

* MOHKKA I F IN COST 

A' Itrst (.ilaiuc M.i:. uniisual icsl 
dfiHf III Nix room;, wllii ri;itli Hud 
hrcaklH.sl iKxik appoai , !o tir <■ \ 



eost Is not emceaslve but in keeping 
witli tiif fliuinrlal statOt Of the 

avpragr bu.slne.vs man 

Tlif f!it I aiicpway pmix i i-, an 
arcli of iittUvc slonr m thr 

.stiiccd slflltiK The broarl h'-.,\x ,,(ik 
door ol t,!if house la flanked al Die 
jHint);. and arched nvrrtiead by 

WU^ Um Iopom dodc la tbe 

T» tbe rftllt off the front hall Is 
the IlTlns-rooin. a spacious, well- 

IlKhled rtfoiii with a hanit-ioiii'' bru k 

(lieplarc tliH' add.s rtianu til till 
liitcrior A l)ay contamiiii; Iniii 
casfiiii'iit window.s wiupUr, ihi' 
froii! wall iif Ihr rixiin, aliilr al 



Quoted to Show 
Durable Timbers 

AOCHIMDHlfll aflioaBt 
of pubildty has recently 
teen given to the durability 

of Dougla.s flr and other Pa- 
cific Coast w(XKl."i under ex- 
vCptlonul condition.^ Tlie field 
lien of the West Coa*!, I,um- 
>ermen s A.ssociaUoii in the 
•oiir.sr of their work have 
onie ui r<MS tiiiiiiinerable ex- 
unple^ ol how red i edar and 
OouBla.s flr expo.^ed lo vari- 
able clluiaUc cluuiges have 
weathered tlie etonaa for g en- 
-rattooa, euttastert Ike uttttir 
of the building la which they 
oeostltuted the main con- 
struction material, and on 
beinj? foiind .sound afl/r stich 
bidldlngs were deniolLshed 
have promptly tjeen again de- 
moted to coiustructlon piirpo.'>e,' 
hi contact with the ,soil and 
wltli water In pi(>ej4. In l)ildf[f'. 
md in plfis, cedar and fir 
Have again and again jnovcd 
under the most exacting con- 
Ittioas the properties they 
possess of strength eenWned 
with duraMUty. And. now 
cooaes Western hemlock. Tim 
bers of this species heviii 
frt>m loss with a broad axe in 
1848 and u cd i^n i ahiiLS 
erected hv iim liud.on' l",av 

foinpanv ',i !^ou.^^■ !'.-, rii; 
ployee.s at Nuualnio BC liuve 
l)e>-n found i ii lUi h a ,i ' > 
of '-trengtti at.f! prf r-i. at inn 
w lit'M < he biiUd: i.K • n •■ t < 
ently pulled dov u ihiv h 
mining company nadily 
bgigit^ the ,woo4 for mine 



pensive, yet an inveatlsatlon into tbe aide is a double-hung window 
the building coeU reveal that tta | ami a pordi tear vtth flfteen U^ts. 



Permanent Quality 

To Your House 

Cedar Beveled Siding 

Smart .md modem m style. 
Cedar lievcled Siding has vvnn 
p()[Hi]-ii !ty ifinni^h the lasting 
quality ol its bcctuty. 

PitchksS, clear aii<l cavv U< liaiulle. 
it lends itscH lor adaptability to ail 
types of architecture. 

Due to the care of nulling, evtry piece of Cedar iievclcil 
Sidin^r will fit perfectly, making a weatherproof wall 
tii.it resist all climatic coaditiMt* practicmlly 

forever. 

CANADIAN PUGET SOUND LUMKS 
AM TIMKI t9n LTI. 



j A coiikI^ piastei arch separates 
the !i\inf rooin tri'tii tlie dinltrg- 
roi-Mi !ti iiir l'rt'.: ,ii rear The 

dmlng-room is well iigbted by five 

I w hi daw a . 

On one .vide of tlie pa-'^.a^ V, ini; 
b'-'\KM'!i the <ilnlM(; |iK);n aii'! Itn- 
ki'i'lu'M Is a I'Uii! 11. (uphc.iii! (.ir 
tHlili' Uii.-n - ( jipo.sitp 1;, a hn-aklast 
nook with huilt \i: mm!' ' !al)le 

u moveable, liowever, wtucii is an 
advantage when eleaalnt. 

Bl II.T IN H Vir UKS 
The kiti hen of the Rudcllfle 
laid oil I to s-A\r thO hoosevrlfe many 
steps. Across the rear elevation ti| 
a sink with porcelain drlp-boanL 
Xt la flanked on the right iqr a siz- 
faei work table sndtw-ftM' uat by 
a pantry aafe, under which Is lo- 
cated the refrigerator. Opposite 
is the range> One of the bulIt-ln 
features of this room Is the Ironlne 
board wliloh. w'h'ii not in us'v is 
folded iui'1 hidden l:i a reross m the 
wall, 

A door leads from the kitchen 
to the front han. Off this hall is a 
large eloget far general use. A stair 
leade to the' haeement while at the 

front n stalrease with a broad land- 
ing rves the floor above, with 

three bedrnoni.'; and bath. 

Ttie lB\oiit "! the room', oi: the 
.ei'oiirl (IfK-ir i: v,'.,-,' a 1 v ,i i ' ,u . ous. 
rh>' nia.slers bedroom la especially 
in'cre.sting-imil lli tWO cMHMi and 
fireplace. 

CROSS VENTILATION 

Fh< h ( f the larije sleeping rooms 



WE BUILD 




0MES 



Over 150' Regidents of Victoria An Nov 
Living in Hbttses Built by Us 

Why Kot I^t Us Plan and Build One for You? 

iui i'lans and Ttiiii- oi the ll.iuic I'calurcd 
oil I'liib i'a^jc iDcc 




BEIT JUiL : :,. jjiai .in rair 



Notr Its han<isninr appr.iianC«. Its fsm- 



II ERE is the i^adilifff a beautiful six -room English dwflln 

bhng character, with its air of spaciousaeaa and freedom, make it ideaMy suiud for location on the 
hillsMt ar nOaff tat A breakfast aeok is one of ha many featuree. The siaae show thi eoafwrience of 
its floor layout fad the geheral arraagteeat of thelnrier. 



616 VIBW STRBET 



many parte «( the 



on, essen 
» eaualiy 



Style and Finish 
ttYoar Interior 
WoodworiL 



We will either closely follow 
your sptcificationa or >iviil 
submit plans on all woo<! 
work, finlshinjir snd Intcrio 
alterations. The quality oi 
oar work fs guaranteed. 



iMMHog Olan CMm W«rlt 




ORYSDALE SASH AM JOOl CD, LTNl 

iOiJ Worth Park St. 



Quality Furniture 

Built to 
Your Own 

Design 

Any euiur, finish or style. 
See our special 5-Pierp 

s:'r" $75.00 

Ntrtley Finttira 

Manuiasiurers 

7 1 I ( >r nx.r . M( VI Pk«M Mil 

»'acUry: AOM St. 
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flitilni' hot .';i,i:imrr niKllt.s. oonliii^; 
btPt'ic:, iin- welcome. All closets 
are lighted by electricity. 

A linen doeet and sto r eroem off 
tbe haU an added oonrenlenoee, for 
here can be kept the linens for the 
three be d roo m s and other acces- 
sories of the hnu.sehold 

The itii • til ooni 
!' " a ' 'it 'or I'Hi 1 1 ' ' !■ 1 ■! ; 

roonii. 'I'hr i,ib r, hui.' -m. A hnen 
chute to the liiundr\' and a case fOT 
towels are features of this room. 

The basement aurangement should 
net be overlooked, for here is lo- 



immm is i 
mmn m 



the tioiiit for Its free and proper ue« 
Is absolutely essmtlal to modem 
hocae eomfort and modern furnish- 
ing and decoratihg. Present-day 
^tyle of furnishing necessitates dlf- 
femil lighting effects in every i >v>m 

and. as much of the hon'^ehold u, oi k 

imw done by f ici 1 1 nii ■. tins set; 
( onvrtn.-ntlv : ^♦"'"•«' Sr>ec»fT romplele ire MiiL'--t be lu-ivuled tor ,uiil ii.arle 

; . . <. 1 Klertri. .il ( (.iivpiirriMc in Re- I conveiurn: lo ^'ivr '.\ir r-ipf »ind 

Kiirii tf. ii(,nir Huiiding 'lati'ude ueocfisary in beautifying 

!h< tM«M aad sipwiyfyiit ita lau- 

The niakiiig of a liome by most ol i Une. ' 
us Is something that cannot «e done | you are ^laiuifaif your heme 

w day or even . , a ve..r I t.n "Z^S^^SSS^jtiSS^ ^ "^^^ 

cated the heatm. plant and the _ l^'^SlSVS^ 



Some part of 
Into it and 



l.t'ii '. 1 ivo iii;j)<irt,int fiii-:.': m 
everv i.ou.sehold Tlie fuel bui is 
m oiir> corner conveniently lOOatSd 
to the heutuig plant. 

Large basement windows the 
laifntfnr, which la located to the rear. 
Hers are hot and eold wSter and 
two titbs. This sectkm of the base- 
ment is large enoujth to Bccommo- 
date ample clotties imev if the 
weather is not .smuiblr tor lumuins: 
tbr ('nfhes out of docr^ \ Irult 
roonj is iofiitert near the ..ijurway. 

The basrint nt floor is concreted, 
a drain being located near the 
lamkh y to earty off surplus water. 

Ftrfeet satisfaction oomes from the 
convenient um of electricity \w per- 
mitting a change In the anaiiRe- 

ment of lamps as often a.<i dffsired. 
and in makliiK it a serwrtnt who c(>s\ < omfor 
follows you from room to room 

readv ;U\vay,s to save you needless t,*^ .;ide to piuvide eijmpment t ■ 

>' afToc« you a handredi 1- tier in her efforts, 
added tomiorts. fiectrlelty and the equlpneafc of 



growth is gradual 
our personality 
shows in it. 

Often our plans are nuide for a 
long period ahead, and as esdi part 
of those plams is completed and h 

little more of ourselves has entered 

into the home and the a.s.'o irvt; ;;\ 
grow dearer \\\o four wa!'. of ;n.-> 
building; lalce op i i ■ • ikin f aiii / 
Ihey are Kraduall) l,f'. aniii it; 
"home ■ liiirt where that feehn? Is. 
happiness and contentment also 
are. 

Tlie Interior furnishing and dec- 
orating of the hoane is essentially 
the buslnees of the "better half ." 
Her natural refinement and arttstle 

instinct tell her how to soften and 
blend effects, .yiif knows the neces- 
.sltv of cheerf ulne.s.s aiul thf effect of 

a'ld In plannitiK the 
hiilldUiK pr " ' f'VN « PTort should 



swvtoe Is just as essential t<> the 
modem home a, plumbing, and 
should be bui!' mlo the ■tnn'ure 
In the same perninnent n, ,u I'oi 
thl-^ rr.i.snn wlriiii.; provisions , hoiiid 
bl' rtiiiifli not only to rover your 

prr.srn- < ie. : ncal requirements, but 
to nil . t f Hi ire requirements of In- 
' reased aPPUanoe use, wtUwut the 
neoeeslty of atruslural aMevMleos 



The Prospective House 
Purchaser 

Is Iiecomin}; in<.rr exacting every day. To give satisfat tii.ii 
ihc cuntractor and supply man^must give only ^« best. 

CAMERON LUMBER 

; CO., LTD, 

Aftn t« 'ifi^e only the beat in 

Lumber - Lath - Shinglaa. 

MlUwork 

Gadar Bungalow Siding 

Is in greater 4dngnd than ever. For appearance and d i 
ability it cannot be >«PKtUed. ^ 

We invhe you to inspeet our atocic and plaint 

Phones 2375 864 

W c also liave ^ quanlity of Luu-(,iadc lioardi* and Sliiphij. 
suitable for chean buildings at au attractive price. 



. . . See Us About Your 

ELECTRIC 
FUTURES 

tor- IhaL 

New Home 



We Have a Moat Complete 1 ' pl^v to Chooaa 9nm tnd 

Xxpart Advti e t., Drfrr 




We Make installations for i: 



ir tricai 



Carry a Large <>tock ol Appliances 



HAWKINS & HAYWABD 



Kiei tnr^I Qujhtv SM 

1 121 XJbuglas Susat, Cor. View 



Carefree 
CoBvooieftoe 
ami 

Comfort 



ilAKl" 
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iiot>Kmir 

PLOMBINO AND 
HSATINO 



Mcdowell 



AND 



tm yit vii«r St 




Draw Comfort and 
Convenience 



Right into the Plans 

Of Your New Home 



VIT'HE^t planning to build or remodel your home, the 
V V most careful consideration slioutd be given to the 
electrical wiring. 

This is necassary not only to provide for good lij|fhlittg, bat 
lor the convenient use of electrical kbor-iaving appUnces 
Aat ete liketr ^ he purchased from t«nc to time. 

firinf in year pUm mi hi u cmK pUh aaa. Cm 



ELECTRIC 



Phone S154 





mona 

COUNSEL 
Home T iimi.<8hlnd 

Plans ^ 





Jj^li^AJ J/1 XG lliat fiirnisliinjr a home is as mucli 
an art a^ limbic ur sculpture, we take pleasure 

m |ila< iii;^ at tlx di ,il ,,t (Hii ( n .(ntiift ii.i ,t and 
future, tlic -tiviif "I ■■111 cvitfi; Iimuh- i m iu -Ikt , 
who arc thoroughly ipi.ililirtl t-. advise a-> to .si . le, 
size, period an<l ()u.ilii \ (»i lunut m c < ,t furnishings tf) 
ftUityuur niUividual lu.nic .md u.^u. i'his touiiicl is 
'otttttd to you free <>t charge. 

; i^BLBnom mqiniiiBti invited 

CALL<M70 




IB 



The Romantic Prince 



By RAFAEL SABATOlI 



I'hllip Dalivelt ttiid hlH wifr .'.at at 
dliiiifr on that Oiti>t)«-r duy lhat 
W»s big with fat*- for U-.cm 

'I'tipy were wrtil<*d uikmi iu>a tjv tin 
old servtiiit, Jan, and n youlii ua:a< i.l 

Peter. wt\o iMen loi <toine uni'- 
of ndUp^ bimrtWld Neverihr 

erer for her hatband's sUghtM 
need And PhlUp^ •CMptlnt «U M 

a pjuper tribut* to the mMier of 

thr ho'i.sr, laiket! rveti thf (frH<e U> 
perct'hc HI It a laiM' loi :.flt- 
•OIiRrut iit4itluii 

Wat<nin>^ hlni no* aa lir triii- 
l)led gittdlly, ' You too quuk.v 

Pt>WP>" ventured la btr soUc:- 

*I have afl»lt» ftwaiUnc me*^ Ris 
lone was (rruff . Il« turned to Jan. 

*I» inv liMfsc ■■adrllcd" 

■'WalUin( lor yuu. ma-slcr, \Kii\i 

r.ottfrlMI. «lio If sMutjr to rMto with 

you " 

"Thrn ' B» broks off to 

ll»t+-ii -vviia! ,s that? They cone 

thi.'. vva', 

7iM uamp oX marcblBf Awt wat 
■doM at hand; tha elaak of ataal 

was audiiilf above it. 
J&ii .Mi pii'd fo the window, and 

thm.si h!.s ( ••.i t f! 'in the open 
( a.M'inesjt McNiind the dripplnif 
Kaidei! Klciijicd Ilic m-IIov^ wutci > 
of a I anal. I he pale suiillfht 

fiashrd tha steel caps and pike- 
heads ol a compatqr of a d09tn 
mea-at-anna alrMdy alUMMt with 
tjba gate. Aftar tliem came a bit 
man on a big htrae and beside him 
tiotpd a itttte .tWn flgnra all in 
jellow. 

"It 8 His ExeaUency thr Gov- 
rrnoi • .Im announced from th3 | ^' 

Up the steps cama Sire Claud p 
.de llhynaault. Aftar him hopped 
the fbol. After the fool came a 
couple of clerky fellows and after 
these two nim-at-uini. 

The Oovenior rntortd and looked 
down upon Danvelt with the cold 
cont<"mp' of the professional sol- 
dier for the burgher. 

"You. I suppaee, are Philip Dan- 
velt?" Then he caught light of 
.Johanna, who was ataring in f ^ 
~«lnated horror at the mlssh.i, r , 
fool Pf ! cclvlng her lUun auii, 
a.fkcd liiin.sflf where hr liad last 
sfe\i lir: prc-ri.lly to ronicnilxT 
thf int(>ir4 >hr had aroused lu him 
al :h«^ ( iravciiiiuf. He bOWtd his 
&leelc black head. 

-I implore yoMT pardflO. mMi«M. 
: ][ had not bafora o t e m a d you. My 
- Intniaion here li hi the course of 
"the duties of my ofTlcr Biit It 
;:.WOUld have hern Ii^vs indc !iad I 
JUttatPrN'd \fii]i prr.M'iiii- ■ 

"T !h,'l>i. Mill s|i 1 I:,' .'ipiildny., 

\inir li!iMnr;-,s xill he vi ; ' 1 1 tir, hll.s- 

t'-ind And she icii the room. 
Thf (I'nt'iiior noisily cleared his 
. throat. "Well, well letV «oaM to 
;Imalneas, Mailair DaaTett" 
• "With aU my hoM*." aaid the 
..merchant. 

"You may les.s hearts o.»t it 
' bv and bv 

l.'ir aan;i' 

thr town (.f Veere? 

Not wntJl you hanged him a 

week ago. and then aU Zealand 

heard of him." 

The ^QQl» iTho pat at tha tabl 
' thaplaea that Johanna had .a 

. ealad. Ua rlboH.. ihf l)oatd. his 

-^^f* **** '•upi>ed hands, here in- 

;:jernjpted : 

"HRnt,-)ni; will often make a man 
hiniDU', ih.it nuKht otherwise iiave 
died unknown. There's a hope for 
>ou. Master Danvalt. The hope of 
fame." He slghad nolaily, and gave 
his attention to a dish of comflt. 

llhyn,snult )>urstied hl.s qiicst Idj; ■ 
Ing. "And \Mi, !,Hd never heard of 
fhls Ti-KPl ii I hen?" 

"Nc\ er t t ii; . k now ledtre." 

' . "V. .'..\,-i-c\ him In- 
tently. By the Blood I Yottla a 
glib liar." He turned to aot'oC his 
socratariafc "Oiva bm the lettar 
marked Danfolt." • 

H* reoelted and f(Mded It t ; 
only the signature was u.sibie 
"Oo»ne lu re, ' he bade Danvelt, and 
when the merchant had obeyed, he 
't'liisf, U\r paper under his nose. 
What name do you read then?" 

"P Danvett." 

|]Your own agme. eh?" 
^ J*a • . . It Is my name " 

'Hoi You <'r)!ifc';', i{ thin'' 

Rhynaaiilt rose, h.u din;- the 
lettrr t.- ' ;.. , 

vnii t , I I , . . jip, trouble." 

' ■'■ ' 1 Danvelt be- 

tv.crn fear and lury. "Confess 
what? What have X confessed?* 

"Why, that you wrote tha; intei - 
. I'??^' »?P». n*y«" Danv. lt pro- 
tested, RU mind Wa.-( reeling' You 
•O too fast. I did not so much as 
aoi latter. AU that you dtoiad 

w*.-» a name." 

Vour name. Your ti*fn t ^n. 
p. nded to a latter written to tS^ 
convicted ttattor Tegel. in whlSi 
you promlae htei supplies of arms 
and Inohey to forward the enter- 
priae to h«ad. £ humlm 
Danvelt." r-» wsw, 

f^ xr the wrt|e>. p«tM*i, but 1 

not he. 

^'h\risault showed aigna Of 
fl p/<raiioa. "Ooae It not bwr your 

name. ' 

-Hy nana, yae, Bttt not my dg. 
nature- 

> ' s the dUlmoear U 

r sir?" 

Danvelt. exaqierated 



I also on his side, aniwand ahnost 

' rontemptuously; "A rlddla -Chat 
v'lur t'^)! that MIf lifll Ban read 

ul li Kliini (' ■' 

Kiioni raised his head from a 
■ di.^h ot lomnts Sir, I read late 
1 not riddles, l (ould lead \our.s at 
this moment with triribit- ce 
talnty." 

Ifaetliw hli Hm. Danvelt abiv- 
ered. He turmM again to the 

(lovernor, and again changed his 

tone I mean, Excellency, that T 
never wrote that nr any oi h.i' 
Ircas'inahl*" Ictlrr Ihc hl^aaluie 
U nul Milne, .is \' Ik 
allow. The nunt- ivcn 
is but P. Danvt'ti 

*'Aod what should P sUnd lor 
but for Whpr 

"It nUgM . atand for 
Paul." ' , ' ■/ 

Or even •■ tlW fOOl pUt In. "for 
ihLs. illa I'etronllla, or Penelope 
or HKttiti for prudcii' pcinicious 
pest il( lit or philnsophii <i! But 
when all l.s eon.sl.lfi cd I t hmk it 
reaily stands Inr patlluitary In- 
daed< pat Hj ilia I V I i>i >' emiuenti 

pmgnoatic of. toe fate of the Daxi 
velt Unicte' . . 

"Quiet, foolf" snapped the Oover- 
nor Then he waved his plkemen 
foiwaid, ■ .Make hdn f;i.st 

I it.straught, the merchant bprang 
foiward his banda oHthaid la sup- 
plication. 



Pftar 



Have you ever heard I inTL . 
ne Thorn- nil of "^"^ 



Sir, sta>, haar me ou' \>ru>rt of 
ferine ma a^doleiiia the Duke oould 
never aanetlaii.'* 
'They all say that." tha'Oomnor 

sneered. 

■ Tlil.s rharge Is absurd and 
Danvelt pursued. "I take 

nd ' ' .1 I I'l - ; > witness that 

1 have .. i i- : n' ,i .,;»•. ; m ;U;v tlT'l 
.son I,. >■< •.. •:.>i< h a ha; u >: ••it , 

thought of treason. I never wrot 
that letter, w^liatever it contalni. i 
sieiar, I never wrote it 

"Tou reiiaat youraelf. and re- 
iteration is proof of nothing." 

"A dull, redundant dog." said the 
fool. 

"But to assume so murh on io lit- 
tle evidence!" Danvelt protested 
I am no' the only Danvelt in Wal- 
h. : , osslJbly not the ouly PhlUp 
Danvelt. Vouvcannot arrant ma on i 
so slight an ^i/Miamtloa.'* 

Rhyneauit Ipdtod down his nose 
at Mm «Ad antted. Philip con- 
tinued : 

"But It l--: .so ea.sv ti; pli '.(■ t!iH 
this le; I er ■ not n-.n.r t; a' ■ 
WTitiiiK 1 iii>t Kiuie A bcore of 

wo.ihv t.,Te In IMnaburg 

can testily to that." 

- They shall be called to do wx 
Oh, you shiUl have a fair trial 
never fear. And if you're as Inno 

cent as you protest, you may di.spt 
your alarm. Meanwhile. I lanni 
leave you at Imu'" Ketch hiin 
aloni? " And, tiiti:;n:^ oii his !wf 

I he pikenicn ranged alongside of 
the mei chant, who gathered courage 
from the QovanMr'a lait wotda. He 
turned t6 Jan^wha had been a 



'11 I will tell your mistress 
o! this Bid her not to be uneasy 
Reassure her, Jan Ynu see that 
It i.i a mistake. I shaU be enlarged 
><<:aUi I'l a day OT l«W VlM the 
matter is aiftad." 
Thif Jdw ttad hi m out. 

(To Ba Oontmued) 




this a r ; { 

Master 




B « t b r in »x « r fn 
watrr Thrn rr 
riicv hai t (Irth 
from tlv < in n, aiv 
oppiv Miiinril'n I 1 
lumen' <lail, Paul 
■nd inflanimatK.il 

qtttddy dlMpix-oi 

, alto for 

rtJfchrhie, bunkxit. 
tiiad Ibec aftd all 

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MINARD' S 

LinimenT 



When the choice of a dwelling is 
to ba made, we may be reminded 

that It la the people who will live 
In it WiMk will determine whether 
or not ft Is a real home Arceptlng 
.siK'h a .-itateirient without di.s< u.s.s!on 
we think r Is alsn true that the 
type (.( d*.'i::iit; \\\[\ cither hinder 
or help in the making of a home. 

DevatopMant of body and mtad 
requires certain physical coadltlfllis 
Proper development demands fresh 
air, wnN ; ' d. . leep. exerrlse and 
protect; n l' ls a matter of com 
nil 1 1 SOI ISP t lif :i i., i,i:ikc tJie.se 
obtainatilo in the dwelling if the 
h HP lo give the children those 
surroundings Xavorabla to healthy 
growth,^ 

Tha bait motlier in the world can 
not make fresh ah- and sunshine 
appear In a room without a window 
any more than she can prepare ^ 
proper meal wltbout Moaa oooklng 
(aciliUes. 

A baby may thrive for the flnt 
year or two In a flat or apartment. 
After that, he raqulraa spaoe to play 
in. Ba ahould have fraaddm and 
riwuld not be;, reatralned within 
narrow bounds. When there are 
children, the home should have 
yard, or. a' :. ;. i,- . .,, „ park 
where the ciuidtci, rrjnilarly 
to play. , 

DurUiK the eiirlv years of life 
is murh II . , niportant for the 
child that ihei.' ho a place where he 
may play with other children than 
that the house have all tha modem 
comforts and ottrrenleneea. In order 
to live we most have ah-. 
. If daprlvad of air for a few min 
utes, weeaaaa to Uve. We require 
the oxylHni In the air to maintain 
b<3dy functions In addition to pro 
vidlng oxygen, the air In wlilch we 
^■c has a tremendous Influence 
'h"|'i us 1' i.s a ir.jtfer of couunon 
expeilenre t , whnt we think 

'if as (1 hot. clonn atmosphere, we are 
hl i md listless, whereas in the 
fresh cool air, we foel bright and 
active. 

Everyone, Including diildran 
should live In fkaah. cool air. The 
best place to secure aueh air is out 
in tha open. Children ahould spend 
a iarge put of their llvee playing or 
sleeping out of door* Tn doors, we 
should keep the a: ^ he home 
fresh bv vontllnili.ii i :m« suitable 
doors and wind'iw^ to kcrp %fff fir 
cool and m Kmtle mniion 

In chr>o<!liiK II h<inie brm ; ii . 
the need for playgrounds, and for 

windows to m to twUk air and am 

Sllllu- 

v concerning health, ad 

dressed to tha Canadian Madlcal As 
aoclauon, IM Oalliia Stmt. To- 

wpkK wm ba •mmnA ryiiypiu ty 



Ths moat ^ttiBealt audience tn 
dispi a la tea eonoert Rudir-.rr a 
boxhig aodlanc^, hn' jnp •i<^<-ti tii^ 

fitrht, do not r,;,r.. : ( .,,,.,,.,, I., 

knock his m-»n ■.nl ni^:iiii h ;! Ih<^ 
i music audlenr h:v, ..i^ i .p., rd 

^^JCriesler play from 3 to &, want ^'fn 

■r t» « Ml • ig t 



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Trim Tweed 

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* 

In Becoming 
' Styles for 
Spring 

l'*ine Tw crd i-'iiMiuMcs wiiii mr 
(lium Icii^tli itiats. Skirts flared 
(M titftMl al Iiip. and ■K-cvelcsi 
blouses thai match, coal linuig. 

$19.75 . 



1 .n iiililos ul Ihi^krt \\ (M \ <' ( l(.)th, 
pl.iiu cr nii.xed .sliadt"^. v'-^tiaig^hf 
Di" scnii tittcil co.it'^; some belted. 
Skills lilted at hip, w ra])i)y or 
pleated St} les. Sleeveless blouses 
complete the ensemble. 

1 $27,90 ^ 



Ensembles of novelty wool suit- 
ing. Medium or longer length 
coats. BlooMr of flat crtpe or 
printed silk, ' Skirts pleated or 
flared. 



$39.75 



Ssat. isi 



Tj in 
hushlons 
LatcMi Shades 

k'.iiiilM i\\ Si I ipt* Serv- 
h f \\'<. ii'Iit Silk I I' I'sc, 
mil i.i sliN died, with 
M|uarc iufls. v'^ilk to 
«!astir K'rtcr hem. 

Si/-c:> i>; to XOYz. 

Kainlx'u Seiiii-Serv 
Kc-Weight Silk Hose, 
full fashioned, with 
slendo and pointed 
. heels. Silk to the gar- 
ter hem. Sizes to 

Raiiil)Ow ChifTf^Mi Hose 
with black" "art mod- 
ern" heels. Silk to top, 
full fashioned and 
reinforced. Sizes 
to 10. 

Rainbow Chi fTon Hose 
with openwork clocks. 
Clear texture silk to 
top. Perfect fitting. 
Sizes Sy, to 10. 



$2.50 



CREPH DE€Uim UNGERIE 

Vary Dainty T«xtur« 

Gowns' with yoke and Uce-trimmed £kirt. Shades uf 
Kile, pink and peach.' Bach 

* ('*- * , e. ■ * . 

>Iil>s. exceptionally fine, in shades of pink, peach, black 
and 'white. 

$4.75 

Robettcs, in a range of shades, -hiclttding pink, peach, 
Nile, coral and white. 



12.95 



— Whtuasar. Ut rieor 



Step-in 

GIRDLES 

Choice FoumiaUon 

Garments 

Direct t rain taria . 

All-Elastic Step-In Girdles 
with two soft bones down 
front; reinforced around top 
and bottotn. Medium length. 



Sir], hi Girdles. An import direct from Paris. 
All elastic in rose color; satin Stripping down 
side and wide garte ^ledium liength. 

A T.onp Model Stcp-Tn Girdle of peach honey- 
comh elastic ;ind made icnger over hips. A ncw 
model, also direct fi dn Paris. 



— Catssts, M 



Silk ami I.islr Half Sock*, witli (unir'l-rloun rilil'r'i 
lops. Shades inauvc, peach, pablo, champagne, apple 
green, aky, pink, apple and white. Sires Ayi to 8y». A 
pair 89,^ 

I'inr \V<K>I Golf Ilosr. iiiciliuiu-rili knit, with fancy col- 
ored turn-down tops I' lun .nnrl heather mixture ' " ^ 
b/j to fo. A pair l^l.Zb 



Sports Felts 

UuUnclive ofid 
Smart 

Catalina Sports Felts in 
light colors, such as linen 
blue, pastoral green, yel- 
low, toast, navy add blade 

$10.00 . 

Stitched Taffeta Sports Models, feather weight 
and noncrushable. Fine quality hats — the out- 
9ome ol rare good taste in designing. 

$14M 

isi 




Children s 
Afternoon or 
Party Frocks 

Of Crepe de Chine 

Smart Little I'rocks with lonp; 
sleeves, turn flown collar and 
grilled skirt. Mia.lcs are rosewuod, 
yellow and green. Sixes for S to 
14 yckrt. 

$7SS 



Dresaes of silkosheen, coatee effect, with short, pouch 
sleeves, turn-down colUr, belt ated flar« aklrt. Peach, 
mMtre, |reen and Made For 8 to 14 years. 




$4M 



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OirU FwMd9er Sweaiers 

All-Wool Pullover Sweater.i in shades of 
Moe, green, apricot, scarlet, grey and 
fawn with eontrasttng oolort on neck, 
cuffs an ! l ise of jersey. Sizes 2. to .g 
y ears. Each „ .^1.96 



GirU W oisu of Spun Silk 

Tail. dp<l Style \Vaist.-( with long sleeves and hij^h, 
pointed collars and cuffs. Cream only.. Sixes f' 

10 years — 

Sixes for 12; 14 and 16 



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caquisfte, givmg a touch of (kr 
tthctibn to cont^tte TetfPjiiMirt'' 
fiess in milady* s cottumt • * f A 

High'Arch, Tiarrcw'Hcd tXipperl 



In WfuU Mah, yonf Cnpe* 

for (Jvcitii; lo wfUiA jN»ur cottumt 
and Black Bro 7 as Jiom^ S4l 



s's 



Washable 

Kid Gloves 

fiew Arrmxdsfor 
Easter 

Tailiirc'l (liovrs of 5.0ft, 
washable kid. Perfect fitting. 
Pique-sewn seams. Cuffs in 

appliqued and embroidered effects. All Spring shades. 

^6.o0 

PrcncU Kid Mousquetaire Gloves. Six-button length, 
with pearl dome fasteners. Now the latest vo^ in 
Paris and New York. Washable, ^ades are grey* 
beige, mode tad blaclc 

Also Washable Suede. A pair..-- f 

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Cloth, 30 X 36 inches, and 4 Napkins..— 

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Ck)th, 60 X 60 inches, and 8 Napkins .f 18.75 

Cut- Work Luncheon Sets with filet lace edge. Coth, 

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Hqmmock Couches and 

Bl'UcIi L inbn Has 

Awidngs in great variety-^ 
serviceable woven stripes, 
bright painted stripes and 
novelty effects. 'Estimates 
free. 

Hammock Couches, complete wiHi stand and 
canopy. Bright colored awning effects. 

Ue.n li I'mhrcllas, for lawn (»r beach. Beauti- 
fully colored. Moderately priced. 

itiM^ Sea riMff 




IN THE BQOtk UEti . 

*th€ Story of Philosophy," by Will 
'. "^^y Cardrn of Menv.ry," by 
Kale Douglas Wiggin; "Eminent Vic- 
lorimi,'' ky Lytton Scrachcy; "Th# Fdr<- 
of the Jungle." by WillUm Be^ 
for, each « -....l^i.oi* 



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Second News kcim 



Wa lOO-SEVKNTY-SECOND YEAR 




VlCltHUA, BKmSH COLUMBIA, SUNDAY, AVBU. 6, 1930 



SONNENBERG KEEPS WRESTLING TITLE 



Gre^nshirts^ Jokers 
Ana Saanich Thistles 
- Cup Soccer Winners 



r 



Wests Humble Esquimalt 2-0, While Subur- 
banites Defeat Cs 5-4— Jc4ccrs Win by 
Default From Victoria Qty 



Victoria Wegt And 
Thlatles each chalkPd up wtns In 
yesterday's Combination Cup soccer 
fixtures and itTnauied dasdlOCked 
in first bertiL Tba fTMnihtrta 
humbled aiQUiiBalt 3-0 at BMoon 
Hill, while the eurburbantles reg- 
letered the odd goal in vine against 
the Five C's, at Vl< t'... ;a w.-m Park.; 
Jnkers gained iw,, point,, hy di'fault 
when Vlrtoria Ci.v t illed i,, <u-\'i a 
IfAxn fur I hi r .-.clieduJcd inatcli at 
'ai K 



Hut M : 
■ 'nkr-f ..... 

y" ' '1 . . . . 
VMnie OMr 



TUX STANDING* 
Wan 



>*«e* 4 
• •••e« • S 

I 



e 4 



U D. F. A. Pt. 

1 e IS » ■ 

1* 14 S 

« <I 7 
1% 19 4 

• MS 

• M • 



WFSTS WIN 



ii half, 
r Ksqul- 



l.liC 111 Pri. 

Vi, •..] l.t W(\>! a. m in-.-d fo, 
n)al'., bv H L'-O m- >rn .i' Hcicnn Hill. 
Th<' Initial marker, n.tted about 
tnitiu'ps Irom the start, was of 
ihf (Ink.- variety, and came frotn 
toe of Joe Watt'i boot Pat 



the 



Miiicahy. fleet left wtoft tor the 
Weete, ewunt tb« leather teward<« 
the goal and It foimd Its way into 

thp net aftrr hitttaf Waft, and K'>- 
iiiK (umplefely out Of reach of Dc- 
'.'n,st.i, I )nrkpr,s' goalie 

Taking 'i-..- (iffen,Mve. Esquimalt 
wfre exi epf ;i 'Mails d.mgerous, but 
their lotv>,ar(i> pa,s.vt'd up a number 
, of f((»H\ ehanifs by erratic shooting. 
Wagland missed one of the beet 
opportunities of the game, when, 
after heatlat BeCherlncton to the 
ball, he tried to walk It hito an 
empty fOal Instead of drlvmg It 
home. Wests, kl. ':in>: up ihp .slope 

in 'hi,', lialf KJiUe I)e( iks!,i pipn'v to 

, 'Aori'. about but uiili \Uf exception 
of fhp parly iiiarker, nn'hing passed 
him in the initial stanza. 

itMTBE ooM orr 

The second half brought misfor- 
tune to Esquimalt when Poster, out- 
.side rlRht, wrenrbid Iw. kn.e aI'.'j 
tpii ini!iutp.> of pla; .did had to be 
l'";i>''d fr ii;; the field He rlld not 
retiirti r,;r iHK with a man short, 
the D'x'k. ;-, jiiit up a game battle, 
but their eflorte were not strong 
enough to atop the greeaahlrts from 
adding to Uielr aeore. PatMulcahy, 
netted a aeeood and final goal for 
the Wests ten minutes after Foster 
retired from the field when he 
breasted the leather Iminf lollowltiK 
a pretty combination plnv I'he 
Kreen.shlrts came exi e^M .i. iiiy close 
to nirreaslng this score before time, 
but DeOoM* lUttMnad tbS AttACkS 
nicely. 

. The last fifteen mlnotes of tiie 
) game saw the IXxdcers on the " a k 



Big League 

BASEBALL 




PCUVSREO 



S«0(M4P 

SCRSMecil 



ffoT^TlON 

Ih'Ht (( 




with play for the better part at their 
opponents' end of the field. How- 
ever, try as they would they oouid 
not penetrate the West** dtfencs. 
They came dose onoe or twlee, but 
that was all. Woodtoy rataeed anu 
the teams were; 

Victoria West — Hethsringtan. 

Lloyd. Ihompson; BOrdS. Fedn, 
Stewart; Yoason. MllUgail,'luE£ 
son. Peers and Mulcahy. 

Esquimalt— DeCosta; Sweeny, Joe 
Watt; .' ::;',•!! ,Si!nv;«'' TTay; Poster. 
Stewar' ,i >ini w^ti Knberts and 
Wat'laiu! 

MINNIH' QQAL DtCWkR 

aaaaleh TMetles chalked up an- 
other victory In the Comblniit i 
Cup football serle^s by defea:..:.^ u.v 
Five Cs ut the Vlrl.jria We.i. Park 
before a fair nowd of ,"-!>eitatarB, 
,'i-4 Hoth teams j,, hived t'o"(l soccer 
and Johruiy MinnLs u ,i.s the hero of 
the game when h»» iieude-d in a per- 
fect comer Uck for the winning 
goal ]uet Mere ttane. 

Tlie 'T'hi.stlf.s took the fi, M 
only ten men and .soon lo.s! .inotiicr 
wnen if-feree I)i>wd,s ordered Kel- 
in.in off the field for smoking. The 
leu'h man ai rived about five min- 
utes after the whisUe in the perKm 
of Minnls. ^ 

DurlBt the flrst half the C's de- 
fended me lower Koal. thus giving the 
■pii tie,, (lie dii-Aiilii!! ,i 1 1 v ii nl age. 
.Mini;. Kill;; and Crowe Wiiikedthe 
bail in l■llt^,e :,e,eiai :iriiis and only 
the great w is k of h'arijiihar, C s 
goalie, prevent/"d some early scor- 
ing. MinniA and King combined 
and beat the Churchmen's de- 
fenoe and the fanner bent the O's 
goaUe wKh a hot M fhan doee 
in. Soon after the Thlatles made 
it 2-0 when King received pass 
frr.m Ewlag Md bMigad llM laMlnr 

home 

■■\< •;.;> .s'aKO of the game (he (,',•; 
beKan r.. sht^w ?,;kii-s of life and 
FMeii gu,iin:,.ii t'uV. a pa.'v, from 
Hii!Kes.s Lo sag the net for the 
( iiiir( hmen's first goaL Just be- 
fore half time, Btirgeas got home 
the equallMr on a pretty shot after 
the ball had been brought up the 
field on a eomMnation rush. Th» 
Interval arrl1«| with the soore un- 
chaneed ' < 

A' Die start Of tlie second half 
bo'ii teaiM.s fought hard to break 
the de.idifK-k and King scored his 
.sec.nd i^nnl nfter ten minutes of 
play Tiie (• . v.f'ir' not to be out- 
done and Llndsley Ued the oount 
with a weU dlifeted ahet. Mm 
preestng and playing a fine game, 
the O's went one up when Rar- 
wood worked the ball close and then 
p.i.wd to Qualnton. who beat the 

K'>nlie •Altli ;\ well placed .•;!v>f 

with ti.'ne dra*HiK near, the 
Churihmen iii>pcnreii in tie tiimn 
and the Thl.s: les bey.m U< s;,,)vi ,,lgn.s 
of supeiii)rit\ (>ne of the TlU.stlei 

waa fouled inside the restricted area 
and a penalty was awarded. Harper 
took the klek and seared, bciDgU« 
hla team on «v«n terms with Cs. 

Shortly before time, Jehimy Mlnnis 
covered himself with glory when he 
headed home a eoTMr Uofc far the 

winning tally. 

King, Miiini.^ Phillips. Harper 
and Joe Crowe were the pick of t!ie 
winners, while the whole c Tn-.n 
played well. "Scotty" Dowds ref- 
ereed and the teams follow: 

Thistles— Hogan. Bryce. Harper, 
Viggers. Joe Crow^ Jim Orow*. 
Phlllipe, Xelmaa, King. lOanlB and 
Kwlag. 

Wff C's — FartOhar. Harwood, 
BtiT»es8, Reg. Shanks, McConnell, 
>^ .If on, Rob Shanks, Cockin. E. 
w..';c.' t: Hip. |o. k and T.lndsley. 

0001) ^Nl) HOT 



Oxford€amhridgm 

Rowing CUmfe to 
Hmsed Saturday 



L 



O.NlK)N April I,.)w tide 
prevented the Oxford boat 
crew from doing any long 
■tretcbe s of '<nrlnfte today's 
mnlUMl f er ttie great unlver- 

allW bent IVat, Ttiev were 

out an hour ina practi.sed 

stitrt.s, Kf'ttiiiK away once with 
ten .s'lokcs ni a (juarter of a 
minute and doing a full min- 
ute at li'ii. nineteen and 
thirty seven .stroke.s They 
showed no ,su.'.pl( ii)n of .stale- 
nevs The nice will be rowed 
from Putney to Mortiake, 
four and one-quarter mUee, a 

we"k from ttxiav 



Retains Wrestling Crqwn 



SANDHAM MAKES 
m NOT OUT 



Crleketer Reercs Brilliant 

Total for i;ii,-;l.ind In Tent 
.'\Kiiln\t West Indi^s 

KIN06TON, Jamaica, April 5. 
England ecntlmied to pile up runs 
against West Indies hi the ciu ket 
test match today. San.ihiim 'tie 
Surrey player, made the greatest 
score in hl\ < ireer, :u)9. not out 
Ame.s, the Kent wicke' k< < )M>r iiLso 
came throU)i;h with a :,' i!\ f.ng 
liii d.s tlr.st innmK,s i .u :;./(hi at 
the tremendous ligiures o< 700 at ttie 
fall of the fo«vth wicket. The 
match ts c'eifinuitik' .Si-ore.'- 

E N • . I \ M>M H S 1- INNIN (; S 
fiiinii s' i; 1) Mtetin 8') 
.s.indha.r; i, .t out 309 

Mi\,i" I ii-vrrow. b Da CoBta.. 58 
Hendron, c Passalaqve, b fleott.. 61 

Ames b Orffflth 14S 

O'Connor, not out 22 

Extras 18 



Total (for f air wlcketi>; 



■;u') 



Giplf Lnt /i II si a St 
Namncly Escapes 
Death in Crash 




Edmonton Grodt 
Capture We$tem 
Title 

WANOOOVER. April 5.— The 
V world-famous hklmonton 
tirade's women's t>asketball 
team tonight added another 
Wastem Canada <-hampion- 
shlp to tiaetr long list of suc- 
oessM by defeating the 
imivenlty of British OotambU 
ooeda. M tv 14, in the eeeond 
eontest of the two-game 
iMe mrtes. The Orads won 
the tint game 37 to 20, u\iv> 

taking the rana^bgr to M 

count. 



EAYYWQGHT CHAMP 
DEFEATS BOB KRUSE 
IN STRAIGHT FALLS 



I lose to 3,000 Fans Pack Armories to Watdi" 




FROM Ifl 
mt SQUAD 



t^iiampion Matiiu-^n 111 Actio-' 'litUMioldcr 
Gains halls in hil ttv and "--^o ! unds — Mat 
King Given Great Kecepuun 



Rocky Brooks Loses to Turkish 

Wtesiler in SemUFihal Bout 



\fl\at^rr fn Fmal 
Hound of Knockoul Se- 
ries by 38-30 Victory 
Over Lumbermen 



''Y ' AND HARMONY 

SCORE VICTORIES 



GUS Sonnenberg, world's heavyvreight wrestling champion and ex 
ponent of the deadly flying tatkle. who last ihkIi' irtamed his 
crown when he defeated Bob Kruse. of Portland, m tw.i straight falls 
at the Armories, before about three thousand ians. Sonnenberg was 
given a great reception by the local foHwerers of ^ ep«K. 



PINEHURST, NC, April 5. Her 

attenluni dr.erted by the Collett- 

cjuii r ! ii match m the women's 
Nprth and South golf tournament, 
MM. H. P. BOIehklM, of New Haven, 
Conn., droive her automobile in 
front of an approaching train on 
tracks ne.ir tlie K"if idiii.se today. 
She wa V dia^ned fi (.»iu her wrecked 
machine appatriitly unhurt. 

Miss ( Henna CoUett. the Natk>nal 
champion, and Mlss Edith Quler, 
of Reading. Pa., the finalists, halted 
their mateh for a short while as the 
gallery surged acros.s the fairway on 
the fourth hole to go to the aid of 
Mra, BftniHrim 



BEACH CONDITIONS 
STILL PREVENT DON 
ASSAULTING RECORD 

n.AYTON.A BE.^^IT Fla . April 5 
-Hough conditions on the beach 
where Kayv Don. British raelng 
driver, hofwa to pilot his five-ton 
Silver Bullet automobile to a new 
world's speed record, continued to 
cause uncertainty today ^ to the 
time of the reoord-^KWddnr at- 
tempt 

s SANCTION EXTENDED 

April 



ilon for K.i\ e Oon' . '.;)etMl ' Ma!,'; a: 
Davtona Heacn. fla » , exien ;ed 

Indefinitely today by the contest 
soard of the Amerlofta MmtmMBf 
Association. 



Tn ni \ Am cop y 

CAPTURE DOUBLES 

.^T RATMl.XKI,, P. iiii' c ^p^i! 'i 
DiK Hill 'T'liden niid VVilhm ( 'oen 
wmp Imp double. . !in iiiplonship >i' 
the lenni.s I otirna n ;ent hen* I.idft'. 
detentinR ti.e .lapance T'aiiii.i Atx 
and Sati li, (, ?. ,! r, r, :( t\ a. 6-4. 
F.'i-rlier t.i" American fiad beaten 

the Frenchmen, Oa^lepe and Le- 
mv, 9^ t-tL 



BEUEVE IT OR NOT 



SUblcs Entry BeaU 
Favorite Shasta 
at Tanf oraa 



H 

■r AL mncABB 

» (Mewiei PHeher, New York Giants) 

< hi',- Hush deln,-i ; lii.s !a ;>all 
w.'h nil ivv.thand deavery, the »>f ^ll 
) .<iho<c II.,; down frr.>m tlM ll^lMet 
point of the swing. 

Always remember that hi develop, 
ing e fM hall comparable to that of 
Bush. It should be delivered with 

the eUleet SWln;; p'vs<.i)i!r in <irdrr 

to g»t all the b.Klv and t.'ir added 
, •■foi; .* tbi..tii:li ■ ii' . .' 

He '.iin u''Mi ■ ' w- ifi;; !r,-i\c-, t be 
tips fir' I <,.,, , , .„^j 

Impait, a decided snap to It that 

fitarts ti)« ball rotntiak iMlcWMfd 
towards yoo. If HMaHBry, use a 
f ittLi« {>owdered tmin m the fillers 
to make them sticky. The result of 

fh#» snap as the ball le«ves the fin- 
gers Is that tjie ba.i d.' ' 
as \i ai-nn . m.'h"s the Imfler. until a 

few fee; on' fr .ni iiim, where It 
Straightens out. due to the backward 
and upward spin and shoots straight 
* >tA the eatohcr parallel to the 
ground. Inetead of '*'y*''""ng a 



SAN niANCISCO. April S.-Oood 
and Hot. owned by the Meadow- 
brook fltablea. wen frmn a field of 
six good horses In the inaugural 

feature rare fm t ; . .-ar-olds. 
openh-ifi; tlilrteen dav. ..f larlnif at 
the Tanforan Tra. k today und^r 
au^pice.s of the Pacific Coast 
Hreeder.s Avs.k i«;i,,n. The time for 
tlie -^iv f i rl.a.c sprint was 1:13 3-5, 
Se ! ' . i vent to Shasta Bul- 
let, favorite, from all Carrodio 
sublea and. tl^nt. to Lady Beth, 
A. Parsons, owner, ibe event was 
forth on the programme. 

At todays races the so-called 
'K>ptl0n anttem" of bettlntt made Its 
bow for the first time in California 
A case designed to test the legality 

of the system recently WOB by 

the race promoters. 



StPivart Git^n 
Most ValmMe 
Player Atvard 



MONTln-M. i^ic, April 5.-Nel- 
:-'"Tir', . 'uter player of the 
Montreal Maroons, has -been 
awarded tba Wmt Tbvptay. Mwtreal 
La Presee stated today. The trophy 
is aw arded anmiany to th^ pinrer I 
eon e i de r e d by <• •!.•». ;;. 
Amerlean nrA'pu,'.' men to ims of ' 
to Mi 




Playing a fast cumbm&Uoii 
from the Opening whistle, Duncan's 

.senl.ir (aKcinen 'cored a well de- 
•s'-rved win o.er the t l'S in the 
feature natii.' of the Y.M C A knock- 
oii! UHsketball series at the "V 
Kyiiiiifisiiim last night by a 38-30 
score. By their victory the Up-Island 
quiatatte advanced to the final 
rouBd of the series, which will be 
played Saturday night. In the ftrnt 
game. Ilarmonv v.r]-. won from 
KeatinK 241".. whii.. ;i.e Y" senior 

H ' i.(iiiad defeated .Jordan Hlfer 
m the second fixture :Vt \9 

Showing 'iiiH-tloi- knouledtre of 
the ({,-\nie in the first period. Dun- 
can K'atned ii se\enleen [K)lnt ad 
vantasre m this stajiza to tuck away 
an uiiunate victory. McDonald, H. 
Talbot and fletcber, Duneaal trio 
of shatpshooters, were reepensible 
for their large margin when the in- 
terval arrived with the visitors hold- 
ing a 3»-U lead. 

Starting the last half the innbei 
men threw all the', tiad Into 
fia\', bill althouKli Ihev outsrored 
Mieir op(V)nents ttiev failed o) wipe 
out the delli lt During tlie la,<;f ten 
min'iles the local.s playe«,l .splendid 
basketball, but their shooting wsa 
anything but accurate, and finally 
dropped the decision. M-M. 

H. Iblbei. wttB atstseo. Mna^gnald 
and netcher with ten and eight, re- 
spectively, were the high scorers for 
the winners, whUe Stew Skillings 
with u-n points, Ralph Butter with 
eight and Martin i*HEf«d for the 

losers 

'The tennis 

Duncan M. Don;i!d ' 1 0 1 , Fletcher 
H ' I , Talbot , H 1 ,)li)ot ( 16». 
Nlcol (2), McEwan, J. Dlrom, K>le 
and A. Obom (3). 

CPB.—A. MarUn (4), R. Butter 
(g>. s. Viggers, 8. BkUllnp (W), o. 
P^erburg («>, O. OaHe (S) aad O. 
Wooldridge. 

Y M r A WINS 

.Tohr.ny Ciaik' hi-*^ hrilliant 



"Dynamite" Ous Sonnenberg is 
still the world's heavyweight 

wrtotling champion. At the Bay 
Street Armories la.st night before a 
record crowd estimated at close to 

3 OOO ty-, fc>rr\er Dartmouth Uni- 
veisi!\ fo^itbai; I. tar and originator 
of the flviriK tackle" won in 
.stiaiKht falls Iron; Bur) Kni,s»\ Port- 

laad matman, The first fall came 
after six mtaitee and tliirty-seven 
■monde nf grappllngr In the fifth 
round, and the second and deciding 

fall aft,»T .'tie minute iind eighteen 
secund,s of the lu-xi .scis.slon. 

A flnl.shed Kiai'l>lP: working like 

a woU-oUcd machine and as crafty 
aa a fee. BoBnenbaii demonitrated 
Just why he holds the coveted title 
today. Ood and relaxed when In 

a hold; sloW'h. h.' iile!\ iciku ,; 
his escape and iiill: to ie;,,i;;at. 
the ( hampioii expiod- d n t.,ik' luli 
of tricks of the boue Iwi^iuig and 
bending racket. 

KRITSF GAME OPPONENT 
Kru."^ put uii a nhale of n bout 
a«aiiLst a man he inn.st .obi.ii lii.s 
superior. Hatthng with determina- 
tion, never giving up, the Port- 
lander gave tiie champion some- 
thing to worry about, and although 
he never gained a fall. Bnnnanherr*' 
broad shoulders were very ektee to 
the mat once or twl' e 

Bob Kiu-.e via.i iirsi to enter the 
nnii- Sotinent>erg followed Shortly 
after, find us he rilmbed over the 
ropes tuniiihuous applaust greeted 
him. With the annoutcwnent over, 
the pair wem eaUed to the centre 
of the ring to get their final in- 
structions from Ted Toneman, Chi- 
cago, offliia! teffjec Formalities 
over ti e pair retreated to their 
the ) ('turners and dlMWbed Md MtB the 

battle was on. 

After shaking hands In the oen- 

tie of the ring, Sonnenberg was the 
first gain an advantage when he 
seiiiied a bar arm 1 >ck on Kruse, 
whicii !,.> iieid f-t two minutes 
HreakiiiK ihis h-.id ; he Portlander 
rushed the champion and ftp plted a 
headlock, and roughed It plenty. 

aUfhtly groggy 
.pe. "Hie pair 



linn, I 'f "Y" h(»oric' :c|' allied to 
the .semi-final round the Senior 
"H ' championsllip b\ Mie i >;iei! 

victory over Jordan Rner, 3^ i'< 
Displaying a fine brand of the game 
the winners never let up from the 
flrst whistle and had the dtuatlen 
wen tn p»xki from Uta en. At 
half-time the seore was li-* In 
favor of the "Y." 

Harold Engleson. blonde-haired 
cen're man for the winners, was 
nciin the biur nolae for he scored 
more than half his tram s {X)n,' 



i\ed a 



itdi 



iiidei f \i! i^n I! e 
■ ■ , iid. d 1 <■ find 
en ; I ' Hi!. ( ■ r n I ' : 
H . iw ', n 1 ' I ii n 1 

r the • ¥, • while I 
wiiiougUby 

ssers 



Fncleson p 

and w hei, 

C I 111 Ik f I !|p 

v :lh nine ai'^' A 
Rutfan stjirred t, 
A. Walker and (5 
the pli k of the 1 
M r •e.'jin.s 

Jordan River— A. Walker (6), O 
Willoughby (6). R. Waikar (S), J. 
xuiott. J. linea. W. TadliwUMi. H. 
Rough r» and t*. fWt (S). 

TJd.OJL— Acne (4), Bagley (1), 
RUme. Craig f9>. Rnglesrm fli), 

Rowland'. n.i'Cui :ir d I i-s-.vm 

KEATlN(i <.0 INDEK 

Nor points by Dot Peiry, sta by 
Clsle Matthews and fWr eadi by 
Isabel Alexander and Allee Laknde 
defeat for Keating and victory 
for Bob Whyteli Bannony girls by 
a 34-15 soore. "nw wtamsrs were 
superior throughout ftnd well de- 
eerved their win ^• i aiftlme Har 
mrmy were leading 1. 8. A. Styan 
and ir utt etarvod lor Hh vMlors. 

'Hie 'etin.f 

K .' r. ■ .t,i: •- ' :> yan. A f-'t ' !> o ■ ' •■• ■ 
H 'i" M Bcijtt, D Rene 

uw! K Trotlrr 

Ht 11 f \'r . ,,iid<-- Mt. I) 

MatUiews *6>, M. iiail. B. Mac- 



mlrru s 



< 'H;VER. April 
lefeated BjC.' 



KXtoAH ATION yOR TBSTKXDAT^ KTI>LBY CAIMAN 



at Obtlst " ^aksfahh- is a Persian word rxfens.ieiv us^i 

Bast Tt desertbet What we ^mderstand as "tipping," ahhouk'ii ii* ht-rai iiai.- :,i'i<.n 

f'ntrslcsb. t •••(u ,T, 'Jir Flo; , r>pulcliie was placed there bv the iniidr ; .T, n de o, fot 



■ ' 'tit;' 

I 1. si 
^ :ilM 1. .< 



•ill the 
< iift," 



Nrar 
The 



nease address aU Querlee to Cartoonist i^tpJcy. c/o King Praturcs. New York ( hx n y 



dre" • 

in a 

Nplay iMfw today 



JUNIOR SOCCER 

ResttlU of 
piaved ycaterday fellow; 
YM.C.A 3: Bioulma:t 3. 
▼htteria city i; Oaklanda 0. 



Ill 

At. An- 
iS to 0 



when he made his 

circled aroimd in the centre^of tiie 
ring and Sonnenberg, quirk as a 
flash, applied a double wrLstlock and 
a head .sn.vsoi s .md had Kni.se in 

a bad wa\ I- ua.l, bi •■ril-, in,; tins 

hold the Portlander applied an- 
other headkMk, only to have the 
champion esoaaa and secure an 

arm sdseors and wrlstleck }ust be- 
fore f lie .r, ■ ; ui .(!'■. ! 

i-'LllNG TACKLE FAILS 

Urn steoBd round saw flennen- 
be(f alMMpt hli famous flying 
tackle, 'but Kruse moved so rapidly- 

;ha' he escaped i i i '. dama?;e TIm- 
Por'landrr pu' a In n.-lLx-k on tpr 

ch-c-ii-i,,.!, h,.fc V '■■> h Si.'ioe;;herjf 

broke and retaiuited witli a i^ad 
scissors. After some dilBeulty Kruee 
relw sed hlmeeU and rushed to the 
npes f«r eonr. Oomhw baek in 
the ring, the Portland matman 
aecured a headlock and tossed the 
ehaiu;v, 11 ;,, tor mat In a wa, iha' 
wa" unvtiiuig ljut Iilendlv He wen! 
:o I opes groggy and t.,oK « m,,, 
count. Just as soon as Sonnenberg 
came out Kruse applied another 
headlook and foroed him to eeek 
protaetlon a aeoood time from the 
ropea. Kruse continued them tae- 
ttcs and Sonnenberg war in a grOggy 
condi' loll A hen ' 1 I " ; : . : !fd 

The rhnir'pl.in •t.u'ff! ■,, ,..,tk !n 
I i .e I . '■ ^ • • oi. I id ''I'll ' I .< , ' 

scirs and double wrlst^oclL Break mi 
free, Kruao iMPpBad another hen ; 
lock and toaaad •eaBsabcrg to the 
mat. but w i tho ut a momentt heel- 

tatloii t(ir. ii.ampioo ii.-.ed a f1\lnK 
tack ' i.js oju>o!icnt lif. ;o! 

low e d Up •• i 1 1 1 ;< I >' .d . i . soi and 
uii,.;li"R »iid KlU.Sf W!l,<nled to 1 he 

ropes for olace. Whrn his op- 
ponent came back again Sonnen- 
berg applied the amno hold, and 
thati haw the boys mm lHm vbw 
the posig eomMM. 

CRAMP BEKKi PROTECTIOif 

A soeeeaslon of isaadloeka by 
l^ruM In Urn f owtl\ round had the 
diampiaB WtOftJ and seeking pro- 
teettan fram the rop*** He took a 

sr- en conn' i." : ; . i'.We a r,)-|l 

sikI held hi- ii.iouf lit wiu. an ariii 
lock a-d '.rrid i-.,«Trs, but It W «J« 

only for a few seoends. However, 
Juet aa soon aa Kmm bNki OUs 
held he was flapped to the eanvas 
wtth n nbMt punch thrse ttmsa in 
a rev, aad ft loeked as If the cham 
plan was startJne to hit his sfrldr 

Kni.',i» .stnr'r-.d • , w'.^v oM r ,o 
nenb^K viIMi headlo'k'. .»4f«ilM II ' .e 
fifth and t iss#d him ab '-it the ma: 
MlltC frequent) V It a as While the 

CTiaroploii wM on r<ne knee, that he 
at Kruee with lite tly«« 
and eaaght the PerOander 
on the ribs wtth hl^ head. Two 
additional leaps rmiow^Ml and K:ni<«e 
'J'-''^i.' '•■oir! 'hi' af-trV n fts no e^-,- 

Victim for Soniieuberg who pmned 



him for the first fall with a body 
hold. 

THB WINNING FALL 
The aixth round was only in Its 
Infancy when the second and win- 
ning fall was sectired by the cham- 
plan.and hla title made aacura unttt 
Hie next mix at laaat. Re fkwred 
Kruse with the rabbit punch, grog- 
ged him up with a headlock and 
then pinned him to the mat with a 
flyiiiK doiibie wristlock and head 

scLsK(>rs Krii,se 
Sonnenberg 200. 

In the eeml-wlndup. Tara Asian 
Pasha, the Tsrrlble Turk, secured 
the only falUwIth a succession of 
headlocks ih the fourth round, 
against "Rocky" Brooks, Victoria 
■ Iron MaB." llwy aal»d nt m 

p< !und,s. 

■ iiiniiy Pii.stroe and Win Hay, 
" al boxers, made their debut ag 
KiMjii: r.s In the curtain raiser and 
were given a great hand. 

Prod Richardson, seeretory of tho 
Tlllicum Athletle Chib, who eeeuied 
Sonnenberg for thfe bout here, was 
Introduced during the evening aOd 
given a great hand by the fans. 

Chontlato and 

Fidel La Barba 
To Meet May h 

NEW YORK, April 5.— IXm Mc 

Ardle, matchmaker of MadlM 
OfMce Oarden, announced loAy 
thdt KM Choeolate. Cuban feather- 
weight, and ndel La Barba. former 
flyweight champion, have been 
matched for a ten-round bout nt 
the ( iarrien on May 16. The bout 
will be at 12fl [xninds, featherweight 
limit. Chocolate won a cloee deci- 

.sion over I.a Harha In tlMlr flnl 

meetuig here last year. 

Mnritime Hoop Title 
Won by Acadia Vanity 

WOLPVTLLE. NS. April 6.— ?!Br 
the first time since 1823 a Nova-tfoo- 
tla team has won the **^**nH bas- 
ketball championship. AoadI* Uni- 
versity did ths trick here last night 
when they trlmphed over the 8t 
John Trojans 36-23 in the second 
of their two-game series. The localg 
hart won the first game 39-38, 

1 he Acadlans will represent the 
Maritimes tn the Dominion play- 
downs and will n>eet the winners of 
the Ontario Quebee play-offk for 
the Bbstem Canada ehamptonahlp. 




turn 




PLOU G M 
LffAtH CF^ 
IS MAfCO 
ON TMC 
M AMD S 
W 

CALfiSKJN W/Th 
A'TACKY" FFSL 
IS TN£ fA VORjrC 



»o yen ■» tmf^ taalkar «• 
smooth eniMin aS^fuar eliigt 

Wkiyf 

Aatwtasdbjr 
Wtt m MaePARLANB 

X. like the majertty of golf pco- 
faaslaMli^ om a calfskin grip tbat' 
Rm a nadcy" or -sUcky feel to it. 
Soeh a chlb Is much better than the 
one with rough leather or smooth 
ralfskin 

The rough grip le too severe od 
tt>e hands, eepeetally bi the Bummer 
time, when hands are perspMng 
and the akla Is soft. Anetkar ib- 
leetlon to the emooth e«lf ekhi grip 
Is llMt R R too allpp^ and gets 
rreasy to RRMMr. resulting la 
many ba4 shots b^atia^ of th» rliib 

luriunir ; r : i 

"niote .-i-f ..• . .,{ t a", ri ;.. . 1 

'he ma'lre' •<-.-;:-,■ A- :t' ■■ <•', ''rf:t 

Will d<. Hs long aa ttiey have that 
•t«i k V feel to them. 

Re me m be r that a pood grla «r 
the tfob meaaa eeerytMng t^ tho 

shot and be canfUl ef the grip yen 
s^'leet T beH»T» that ttf np^ I h«ve 

•')•' rin-u' lotT"' !' ■ '.if o rijr fir 

the hAOd* i<ji all sea*uiu uf Ute year. 




20 



THE DAILY rOT.ONIST. VICTORIA, B C. Sl'NDAY, APKIL 6, 1930 



I 



J 





INTERNATIONAL SOCCER TITLE 



Defeat Scotland 5-2 
.Before 93,000 Fans 
\M Wembley Stadium 

I Englishnieii Hold 4-0 Lead at Halftimc— 
I Twenty Five Thousand Scottish Supporterb 
. Journey to London for Big Match 



May Not Defend 
Diamond Sculls 



I 



, <C«.it(liiii Pr»Mi 

VVKMBLFY KTADIUM. London. 
April -HnKl«nd AtitfuicA Scotland 
111 aa iiiternaUpn^ aoccer match 
here today by Uy fQsU to two. In* 

• (•roaOimatmtdMlMliMMQthttwo 
; eeimMfli Ufta la int and r». 

■alta or ttwm hav* been; Srotland 
, won 34; England won 18, driiwn 14 
Knjfland s victury sjave her the 
chain pioiiihip for the ycax. Both to- 
day h leama kM bMlM MaM sad 

The Scottish team was not thor- 
: Qugjbly r«praMat«itve. OftUachfr, 
; tlM not«l etntn forward, dxilmd 
; to pliQr, a» hto aervloes arc badly 

: needed by his club, Newcastlp 

? I'nifd. \\ho ill danger of le!*-- 
; KKtitm iriijii ilif First Division of j 
' thf K;ii?l;,sti \,fa.v.Mr> to .-.►'oontl, nw- 
! lni{ U) tlu'lr p. imp -howlni? this wasoti 
' Gibson, wlio \i\A\r^ !oi Aston VUIm, 

• alio cried off as bla team Is in the 
: ruonlnc for the XogUih Tint ZMvl- 
i tUm cbampionihlp. nomlxv and 
I Buchanan took their places. Teanu 

• wrrr 

ElllKlulld <r.>a; HlI (* ^ ! .f:il' h i< k 

■ Cioodaii. i'-:- n,i' k io'iikhi.-. iig u 
J half. JSir^iti v I '-ii'rf h.i^f W'^ii'^ti-r 
lleft half. Mar.sriiMi. riffiif cnKsirlp 
lOBOOkt; right Uuide. Jack; ceatre. 
IWMKm; left liaMt. Bradfof«4 toft 
j otttitd*. XUmmar. 

. Seotland— Coal, RUtaen: rifht 
I back. Gi .\ 1< U back. Law; right 
half, Buchaaan. centre half. Melkle- 



Johii lefi half, Craig: right oulaide, 
Ja. k.son. riKlil Inside, Jain«t; cen- 
tre, nemlng, left iixsidC MlviMOn ; 
left outside, Morton. 

THOVBANVS ATTIHD 
Tw«iily-nvf tliousand ' 8cijttj.-.h 
Iad< and la-viles Journeyed to Lon- 
dr)n to wltne.sa tiie match Tlis .Si-nt.s 
came in on a nuniix-r nl .-.pt^-ial 
tralni. Each deleguilon wai headed 

by a plp«r. who made the London 
streeta la tiM aarly aairntBt echo 
with their skirling. The Scot* were 
eaRlly to be picked out by thelf kilts 

and Tarn o' Slianler.s. a IhLslte be- 
lli/ TauntUy worn In tlie latt*r. An 
hour before the gaiiie the 's v.<mi' 
closed to all but resei v»n| .c r ti. id 
jera. It Was estimated 9M ooo iv ■!>!• 
werp prastnt whan the kickoXi took 
iPlao*. 

nr^'fire t*c klskflff the players 
weie introduced to the Duke of 
O'.ou' p.strr Dm!! cold vaatbCT pft* 
I vailed for the match. 
I TAXI MQ UAD 

Fncla-id swept downfleld at the 
start and .Jack forced a corner 
(->COt|iliul M c-ricu Kiy ftinl 

.cm' iliat :iik' v.,i)ik \-\ Jaiiic.- K«'-'" 
Flcnii.'ic a gilt rdK''"d <'hanr(. to 
.SCOra* K-'-ialiHE. ;.?'*■»•' nvj^'orl it 
Aftar a series of thrills Jack sent 
over a baautUui pass In front of 
tha t(«l. wlileh Watson loored 
Teams had been playing ten mln 




Ra^Utk Ttmint ctrelra har* bcca lDr»rBi<-4 

that L. H. ¥ (;antht>. Uioirn abotc. tha 
Uulrh ». allrr wbu lifted the Oiamoiid 
s< uU« at Im4 jp«ar'« Knjtl I nrllah Uimlrt. 

nar a«S It aM* t» d.rma Mi titir 

Mlt July 



speed, tiieir passijig btiog most ac- 
curat*, ntey kept up tlia j^PMSure, 

Scotland Mnf wwUnnalhr eut- 
nuuMOwrred. Aveks' boatittrul run 

and criifir rii iti'f'd WHf.Min 'o head 
Into th' firottish ne! m flie tuu 'ieMi 
minute Tw^) !Ti)n\ite.s la'ei from 
Crooks centre Rinunei- he.idcd m 
■ ii'l Jiist tjcfoic Die !!i*ci\,fl .J.nk 
lieaded in a corner kick by Crook.s. 
giving England a lead of four to 
nil at half-'lme 

•Scotland pres^'^il "i f^ncland s 
^•.im.\ a' tile o[K^nln^; of !,ie .second 
tialt and Hlbh.'i h;id U> nuii' li out 



DERBY Wm 
MOVES IIP IN 
ENGLISH HRST 



Regains Second Place by 
Defeali^ig Birmingham as 
Manchester City Draws 

Witii HuddeMa«y 



Addt Another Title 

To Lengthy String 



OLDHAM ATHLETICS 
TAKE LEAD » SECOND 



"That's Why I Chose a 
C.C.M. 'Perfect' Bike 

I wanted one I couid r«ly oo, wy to work and 
aweU to look at." 



. , J , ^ _t4t. I '■^ci it land Wiis !!•■' in be rlrn.cd and 

Utas. gpglaod played with groat ^^^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^ ^ ^^^^^ 

net in ttie foivth minute. Five min- 
utes lalar Jack drilibioa downfleld 




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and passed to RtmMor, who ran 
through the SootttOh defence and 
goaled on a redhot shot. After ten 
minutes of even plav .Morton Rave 
Fleming a imv., utinh Die H-uiner 
pla\<'r headed into the nc' .■;! >(- 
land were now playing iv ei Mor- 
ton being particularly bniliant Ens 
land staged a number o< oUouUves 
when pressure on them frew daa- 
gernu- and after one of them 
C:.Mik5 crashed the ball aga'.nM the 
post Crooks, who had trlvrn a 
iondcrful display, had to le.ive the 
fi! al 0 iirtccount of H;i II. jury; Jack, 
wiio was also a cripple, going to 
right wing. England managed to 
hold out UDtu tua extd by dint of 
obstruetii'a taeties. 

PREMIER TO OPEN 
BOWLINOW 

Hon W I l olniir Will ( niiduct 
Ol>eiiin(; < rrmmniri at Kuril- 
aide Lawn Bowling C lub 



Ws—aisa rrses) 

LONDQir, Aaell I. — 
Wodnsedaf hrtd their lead la the 
raoe for the diarapionship of the 
English Soccer League. First Divi- 
sion, after today's matches. 
The Wednesday beat Liverpool by 
goaKs to 1 Derby County, who 
slipped Into tJilrd place last week 
came up lnt.o second place again 
titday when they beat Birmingham; 
while Manche.ster City could only 
draw with Huddersfleld Town. 

In the Second DivlsioQ, r>i< 1^^t »« 
Athletics, who lost a mldaaek eo- 
gagunvit. came up to tha top ef the 
table on laal ftficatl. Ohelaea 
sahMd ground bgr a wIb aear Brad- 
ford city and Blackpool slipped 

hrtv k uiiLii Uiey ioat to btoke City. 
The ihree teaniis have the saaie 
number of iwlnt.s in the averages. 

Port Va.> n::\i .?t«fcpcrt C'o'on'y 
are deadlocked at t.he head of the 
table of the Northam Section, 
Third DlvlsloQ dubs, both teams 
winni ng to diy, while Brentford held 
a nanvw margin of leadership 
against Plymouth Argyle in the 
Southern Section. BoUi Brentford 
and PV a aii i h wars ymotioni to- 
day. 

Range I. s have won the Scottish 
First Division League champion^ 
ship. The only issue now Is the 
teams to be d e moted. The two taQ- 
enders. Dundee Uhited and St 

.tohn.stone met. and the Perth teaih 
j picked up a couple of polnt.^. 

IX>ND01V. April 5.— ReiulU of 
league soccer inatehOB Qreat 
Britain today follow : 

INGUni UUOVB 

First Dl vision 

HuTiiingiinni 1' r">erh'v County 4. 
Ml.ick'iurii H >' r:; .' .As'..n n Q. 

t iiinisiiy lown 1, Bolton Wander- 




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Sea ef Man o' War Captures S5,^ 
* Bwasit by l>englh — Frvmpcr 
FiBlahM Second 

HALriMt)RK Md April | 
Battle.'-hip a bit' ih''.stiuit .m n ol 
Man o' War. carried on in tlie way 
of his iiuutrioiis sire today as the 
silkh of w. J. Salmon were flaunted 
In victory over Bowie Paik al the 

end .of tha.fln* nmntat of the 
|6,aM Jtaam nam Ifemestel Handi- 
cap 

Ttie >:cn of Uir I'-nowncd Mipcr 
horhe Kttlloped o\i'r the- >c', rii lur 
lonKs in 1 27. finishing a. handy 
winner by a length over Lee Kosen 
bergs Mr. Desmond. Harry Payne 
Whitney's ftumper and five other 
speedy three-year-oid*. Holdars of 
$3 win tickets on the winner re- 
ceived $iJo, while Salmon's share 
of the purse amounted to $34M. 

Re.sult» follow 



Tyrwhitt Elected 
President of B.C. 
Rugby Association 



r(tptil<i! .M.iml.iiiJci IMiKcd at Head mi I 
cial iMiioii al Aiiiuial Mcetinji: k.\ 
Cup Uanicb loi i^Mo-U Season Keieased 



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Lawn bowlers at the Bumslde 
Club will open the ll9t ooaoon next 

Saturday, when Premier 8> T. TU- 

mle, honorary president Of the 

>: Kanlzation. i>Lait3 the members on 
their way by conducting tlie oprn- 
Ing ceremonies. Follow iiu; mic i're 
miero opening remarks, Rev. Kobert 
CatmM will five a talk on bowls. 

Since the club or'.i.-\!,:/,ed ;f hn^ 
made great proRi's-'^ and ihi.s sea- 

■ ■■u t e\|)<T;»>ri i i k > fio.'ii on the 
book.i R.s the most successful yet. 
.Several additional eompetttlono 

have been added to the prafraoune. 

Early in June the members wUi 
make their f^r.'^t » p to Nanaimo, 
where they will play an interclub 
match with the Up-isiandors. 

A first-class lighting syatom Is 
being laotalled at the Runpton 
Road greens, thus givlxtg tne mem- 
bers the opportunities of playing at 
night and becnminc; more efficient 
in the art.8 of the ancient game. 

In the past. Victoria has received 
vlalu from Brltloh and Hew aoa- 
laad taana, and tawarde tiM end ot 
tha Summer a first-class aggrega- 
tten of Australian expononU will 
play herr- (ii.st beCcro aaAai|]^[ fbr 

"dow n ■. r.: !er." 

MAMAIMO fiOWUNC 



1 ; '•.( ; I ( , . sjii ■ ,:; • I. ,)i ifle on 

!!-■■■ N»!>nii,. . \: ■ } , • Hieing the 
odd game last evening In their Oom- 
mereial Plvapln Leafoa flxturo. 
Jhnmy LeMey was again to the fore 
for the whe l oo o lo t i and won aggre- 
gate honors with a totnl nf RflR. 
while 81d Watson won the theatre 

p.i.vses with high siBlla ItSM of 

278 .Scores follow: 

MOTOas 

. 114 Ht 30« 

. HI HI in i^f< 

. 140 ISO 17|_ %M 
. lit 100 ISO— S«0 
. IN 3«S ITS— M« 



U4dderslleld Town 1, Ifannlieofor 

city 1. 

I-elcester City 4, Kvorton 4 

Liverpool 1, Sheffield Wedn<^.s- 

dav 

Mamlic^'rr fnl'ed ? .Sundcr- 

Ifliul ! 

Middicboroiigii 1, Leeds United 1- 
Newra.stle United I, Arsoaal 1. 

Sheffield United 2, Portsmouth 3 
West Ram United 1, Burnley 0. 

•^eiopil Dirision 
Hhi n- l-v 3, Hull City 0. 
n' o kpool 0, atoka (My I 
Bradford 4. OharMon Athletic o. 
■urjr I. Welverhampton Wander- 
ers 1. 

Chelsea 3, Bradford Citv 2 
Mlllwall 2. Prenton North Knd n 
Nottli'chan! Korct, ] Swansea 
Town n 

Oldham Athletic 4, Cardiff Olty 1 
Southampton 3, BrtMol OUy i. 
Tottenham H e t ^ n i a I. MeMa 

Coun^ 0. 

Wan armwllh AMoa I, Read. 

Ing 0. 

Third PWolon Woslhoin 

Barrow 0. Chesterfield i. 

OaillOle United 2. Halifax Town 0. 
Orewo Alexandra :., 8 .Shields J. 
Nelson 0. RotiMtrium United 1. 

New i, aaiiigpoaio uni- 

ted 0. 

Port Vale Doncaster Rovers 1. 
Southport 3, Rochdale 3. 
Stockport Oomfey 4. Darlington 0. 
Wigan h aow nU Tkaamere 
Rotars 2. 

WteXham 3. Lincoln City 1* 

York City 2. Accruigton Stanley 0. 



ouMRA coum 

PnHmiR-ST, .N c . April 5 
Olenna CoUett of Providence. SU.., 
American women'a galf ohemptim 
todar iron tha hletede Morth and 
South woolen's taomement for the 
second consecutive year by defea' 
Ing Miss Bditb Quler, of Reading, 
Fa., one upi 



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Algol iCkrllaU) 
Crvsuil Oomls« (Wetk- 

riian ) j jO 

lime. 1 IJ3 ;s AI.M. rmti Rtin or Bhlit*. 
'■I'.udy Ihto Hxlif.fier. i.l;)Hj Mini, Vlr- 
Hdo H< r«(rhnl F«.r prb, CotlUBbltS. 

Third r.re >■ »a4 SBS kalf fttTlOBSS: 
Ripld Tr«ri»li (Wotk- 

">">> l4.4i«0.«S| 

ThP Hcmi.rn (B*)(bak) ... S.OO 4. 

HlftTl'l Hv 'R|irn»!l» St40 

I'liiie. 1 !>« : A,>n in:. Tiiniptloa. 
Osnuinr. Mr ni> H rt.ii (Sub nooal. 

Bo »f»toiif. Clp»n Piti . Coloisal. 

Kourilj r«c«- ^tvto lutlotttt: 
»*iU««liip iShafw) ...I sjs f 4.40 i i n 
Mr Desm«nd f ) .. 4 eo ] go 

rriimpfr 'Waifrnl ... 3 m 

J'liiit. I 1'7 Al.-..' lan :,i .!, (..Hide j 
flllht Malfl I'r orii". iij-.i , Co;o»»»l. 

Ci/Ui rkce-MiiF iind one-tixttanih: 
Sandy Por« (aartlMwO 111.00 • 4.00 • 1.00 
Pout Bunraa (a«0«rt- 

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Born.Monr '( irn»r»li' 3 

Tii't'' 1 .Mio i»n l)ouii»y. Welltl, 

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John 'rvrwhitt oi the thiiver.itv 
..( Hi llLsh ( ■oliiiut>i., of VailCi'inti. 
will ijulde tlu' desluiie.N o! t!ie Brit- 
ish Columbia Rugby Union for the 
year 1930-31 as a result of the an- 
nual meeting held laSt n %t> t Ot UM 

Armories, when he was unanimously 
•Med ae p w e id oi n. lyrwhitt, a 
groat rugby enthusiast, aocapted the 

knpertant post, and stated that he 

would un ill.., nluiasl for the. 
duiiiiK hu t*rm of olfice. 

1 he election of officers follow: J. 
Tyrwhitt. prooidant; Captain W. O. 
Coventry, of VtetoHa. and James 
Soott, of Vanoouvar. Tloe- preside nt.s 
H. J. Ketchln, of Victoria, honoidi , 
.secretiir> , W H'<h-.s.>, of Van( (i:ivcr. 
hoiioiarv Irca.surei and Munav 
Rowan, of V'ance)i:\fr audiloi The 

retiriiu officers were oongratulaled* 
tlx.: aplMidit eOlMitgiiirtac the 

season. 

Foltowlng the election of offlcen. 
tha nest and very hnportant "cm 
on tha agenda was the drawiKK up 

AJhS M*K^hr'r Cup gaineij fur 
the Mason ltS0-31 Three teams, 

tlir -iun.' tr;.) tjiaf onipc'rd this 
year, will again appear Ui this great 
cup compeution, namely. University 
of British. - ■ - 



eixih r«tf Mile •nd oiie-tlahth. 
Pair CUm iWorfc««»).llLSO • S.4S | 4.0S 

0>r Paridan (Serl«) t.«o SOO 

Ct)»il«lioochfe lOoopfr' 540 

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TaO Otaao. VUe - - - 



MeKlOBinE f I P DRAW 

'l lic complete djaw and dates for 

the (;aiiie.5 Hie ,i.s f.>il0WS: 

November 10— Vanoouvor va. Unl- 
vtnlty tt mmtk OelumMa, In Van- 



vs. Vlc- 



••«l«bth; 
I OJO I t to 



Olentoraa T, :ianger l. 
Deny Olty l, Dlatlllery 0. 

Olenavon 3. cilftonviiie 2. 

Aid. 2 BftUymena 0 
BcUast Celtic 2, Linfield 1. 
NiViy Town 1, Coleralne S. 

RrOBV I VION 
l.rii.iiou Welali.J. JNoUhampioii, 3. 

Oi l Merchant Taplors, U; bondon 

li ,sii. a. 

H.o.s.-,iya PMk. w: Sk Tiwer 
Hospital, f. 
Abartfflanr. Jkhar^von, a 
Btotanhead Paik. Lotoootor, t. 

Bath, 14: Portsmouth Scrvloes, t. 

Bradford. 8; Cf)-. en'iv 11. 
Bndirwat-";-, 8. p;\ni'c.;,h Albion, 3. 
Ga;<i U MiK'.steg 10. 
• Cro5i.ke>;., 9 t'ruiuhn ^ 
Devonport Serv . B; Old I'l ies 13. 
Oloucest.er. 11; Harlequins, 8 
Llanellv, 13, Neath. 6. 
Modelefl t; Blackheath. IS. 
lianaheiter.16; Old RdwardMuu, 8. 
Nuneatcm. 1; Deptford, 15. 
Nottingham. 21; Old Alieylans, 8. 

P..r.' 1 . p.H.! fi Bristol, 11. 
tiwansea, 8, Newport, 8. 



7 eo 

1 00 



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Mocktry (r»rialn) .... 
Oanirr SKntl iaoO>rt<- 

"o" ' a.4o 

Fore* (Clmarakt 

Tint*, !:»• 4-ft. AIm raa: Rlason. 
•alUr. Oarie. Obanalaa L., Backiuuf 
aaratdMO: aUly Baiielui. PralrW Qtot. 

OTiBlOQnT BNIWM 
h.SS.:'^ S«.a-»Hr. ..4 «».hau 
Polnetaa* 

LuclIlD U. 
Ocraitei 
Morrt* 
Brown 

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Daoember Vancouver 
toria. in Vancf>uvri 

December 27 V'ict.>n« \% Van- 
couver ui Victoria 
January 10— Victoria vs. Uuiver- 

'fy of BmMli oehsBMa m Tle- 

torla. 

January 31— University oC British 
OolumUa vs. Vlotorla, in Vancouver. 

Pobruary 14— Ualva^ty of Brit- 
ish coiunMo m Vbaaesvtr. m Vaa- 

cnuver. 

Hv the nbovp (iiMwincr f!ir \\r- 
Kerhir.c I up gunie..^ ivUI i riiiun-'nce 
on .No\fiv.hKT 10 and coii. Iiidc on 
February 14 on the Mainland. The 
opening matoh of tha itrtoe will be 
played between Vaneeuver, winners 
of tha MeKeehnie Oup this rear, 
and University of nritlsh OolumbU 

on Tlianksgivtiig n^y The game iThe matter wiu be setUed Tuesday 
wUl alea form pan , r the Arm- |la " 



istici- celebration on the Mainland 
Boxing Day. a noted holiday iD 
the Old Country. wiU oeo Victoria 
enteruininf Vancouver en a k>cal 
fleld. The gamee created such 
•veal Jntaroot during the season 
Xtoi terminated that mc.m Near- 
matches should be the big attrac- 
tions of the season. 

Af t«r the cup schsdule had poistiil 
the meeung, the new constitution 
«ae adopted. One of the features 

9t tbo new constitution was the af- 
nilatioh of pra. ' . .t:: . every puMla 
school fifteen in uie Province. 
WIPFON TOUR UROBRTARf 
Tha matter of the Japanese team 
which was to tour the Dominion 
during the early part of the season 
was brought up for discussion. 
Whether the -squad will make the 
Journey u not definitely decided, 
as word was received that the play- 
ers wished to arrive back In Yofeo> 
hama bf October IS. oo that the 
aemboroaf tha team could get bock 
to vnlieislty to restmie their 
studies. Eastern Canadian clubs 
have wired the Oidenlal officials 
stating that their grounds would 
probably not be fit for plaj- at that 
time of the year. 

If the Dominion tour is caaoeUod. 
the British ColumMa Rugby Union 
will en deavor to bring the Japanese 
to tha ffrovlnoe to play three games 
on Vanoouvar i .ci i and % like 
Dimiber on the M uu; nuj 

A lettei »4 1! 1 1 ,1 , i ' 1 . .11, ; i.f. i ' !i 
ted .«^fHn';. MuMiif Corps hiatlng 
t....!. ;; \ i ll , adopted the English 
cude. I lie corps issued aa lnvita« 
tion to Vancouver teoiM to play on 
Uielr ground* at Bnnorton. 

A oeMotnm was received in Von- 
oouver yoe Uid ay aftenMon from ' 
Olaoe Bay. near Halifax, asking the 
University of British Columbia llf- 
teen to extend their tour to that 
pai' "< i I union. The message 
was leipptioiici to the Armories and 
conveyed to officials Of tha Var- 
sity team and membm ol tlw Fro- . 
vlndal body. 

When questioned on Rm matter. 
Varsity officials .said that nothing 
dsflnite could be vi r- (, a.s tnking 
the team 'o }{.,. « ly « wild mci i 

anot.iier VI (■(>;. 




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DAVRRPORT WfRS 

In a strenuously c .n* - i r i; 
In a g»»cond Comni'^i lai ix^j i" t-,-. 
ture Davfnport finally er -n'.! ■ 
tor over the Ovros by the odd game 
route While playing on ttM losing 
side. Cyril Baker won aggrogate 
hoMn With m. whfle Me Ravtlac- 
qua taok single honors with Sit. 
thereby winning the passes ta the 



Brentford 3. Southend i ui'<d i 
Brighton and Hov- 4. Houii,'- 
mouth and Boscombe ,1 

BrI.sfol r^overji 2 In'on 1 v. n 
Clapton orient 1, Kxetr i Citv 0 
( oNcn'rv Clt\ 2. Northampton 2. 
MciM'M Town Fulham 4. 
Newport County O..0kyilal Pal- 
ace 0. 

Plymouth Ay|ple «. QwhiI Park 
nanpors o. 

Sirindon Town 3. Walsall I 
Torqimv Cnlter! Norwir h city 3. 
Watford 4 < ii'l.iiRhani 1 

SCOTTI.SH I.KAf.UB 
First DIvlaion 
OrtUO J, Parttrk Thistle 0. 
Cowdenbeath ,i Falkuk 0. 
I hirdee 1, Avr I nlted 0 

Hamilton Academicals 4, Aber- 
deen 2. 

Heartc 0. Clyde 1. 

Kllmamork 3 HlbernUns 1 

Qnrrr-, M p,,rV 1 \ ' r d. ,r- . v. m n.s 3. 
Ra iili ■• • Moi ' '11 ;-or p:,, , , ,1 

.loll i"i st .me t; 'luMi.'f I'niif.; ! 
St. Mlrren 0, Motherwell a. 



The rumbling ot roUlng balls has 

icd Maple pln.i liave betn 
packed up and the doors have been 



Malolo 

Ruatr Saramir 
Mm Brcaka . . 

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Fair Thorn . 
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IS hi»- 
Mee( a or 

locul irundier-. have had n busy 
se^ f,,i the la..t .si.\ months, and 
ii-iW ihry wUl return to their Sum- 
mer quietness to slumber on untu 
ano^or Winter waoan arrlvss. 
Aimp. ouch li Wa. OAO ilUng aft'-. 
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fricndh 

II I l<;c. rMieig».rl victorious OVOT thO 

coionut i'ypot, and then the Jolurs 
In the greateot of aD ^-ofls. wort 
fitting indeed at sueh a point in the 
season. The RtiSktas are today 

champions of the Flvepln Bowling 
League and prfmd womPis of thf. 
Jokers Challenge Cup u. r, ia<. , .j 
by the Qiiliinetlc.s Al liu., jiagc 
King Pin would like to con({ratii 

late the newly-crowned 
of tbe ivepln game. 



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The Ciossip i hear your store was 
ffObbM Irs* nigh' l.rjit ruuc!.7 

The Mprimlst Koine But It would 
navr be-Mi worae if the yegg! had 
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< hdebiink Monfri.v«i not p:<iytd. 
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' -'^i' Athiet,,- 1, Aibnath S. 
Queen of South S. Afmadale P. 
Ralth Rovero S. Dunformtlne Ath- 
kuc 1. 

StenhmiKemiiir 6. East Plfe 3. 

RKiBY LRAOW 
naUev IS. Took 0. 
Bradload 4. RnU Rfngolen R It. 
Braailey 4, r>wi<hnrv i: 
Broufhtoft Hovers l.^, (jldham 30. 
Huddersfleld is .^alfood t. 

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K' i, !iinv !R I-'' Hther.-,tane 2. 
Pr^htjm)- Hornela 7 Halifax Ig. 

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And now ennie the ... ronclu- 
n '' 1 ei ,,u with the tnindlerj. 
KI is Pin has It from very good 
authn, if, the boys are goinf 

to make "whoopee" osBM time aaon 

The City a«d OOBMMialal hmgW:^ 

who in the past have been sponsors 
of the annual ctlebraUon, have this 

year decided to hund over the 
reigns to the Pivcpin I>'aRue. a 
l>ouncing hftbv of hut t-vo <rasOTu 
Well, voiith rmi.«.t he •.«[ f».! 

• • . 

While the big event* at auch s 
function is Of eeoreo the preoema- 
tian oC the. many trophies tn a few 
ff Ifee many playera. King Pm at 

IMi Rme would ilk* to .sucge"- Mia 
Rn boys In tht citv Corrric r:,n 
aaiPlvepIn I.e«giiefi get l>#hl'>.| tjir 
project and ring down the curtain 
tn a sntisfiK-tory manner, 
old piiraae that ttoera la 
pany I n a crowd sliaaid be dM- 
wtth en this occaMon. and 
•Hh the sayinir tha* there 
R4PiMlhln numbers Wliat atxnit 
a who roll the halla sis 
in the year? 



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• . . Be Smart 
for Easter WKh 
One of Our New 

TOPCOATS 



SU nccessory to be smartl^f 
dreoscd these doys when 
a man it so often Jbdfcd by 
Ill's clothes . . . snd to 
eaty to achieve smartue-^i 
with a topcoat from W'llson'v 
lor we're '.Iiowiiig the »ca- 
-KM s iiiosi ..,waKP<*r styles for 
Spiuig in itttraclive new 
weaves and shades. Fine tai- 
loring and fine quality fabrics 
insure thet they keep their 
shape and Smartness. 
Choose yoart now 
for Eaitor Wur. 




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VAMCOUVSR. April 6.— 
V • ' defeated Pw PatHa 
Mie ^rilMi Oelqmbtn Tm^rs^ 
BiOterd t iOegne chomp ' ^ hip 
at the Tmpertal Vbterans < 
tonlcht The Vefia wnn 'juee r 
feur ma; die-, p.«ved fhe scores. 

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with real snap for 
vounfmen! 

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H*|«.rtton of up to thc- 
niiinite Oxford mudeis in 
rowna, klaclM and tsna. 

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VARSITY WINS B.C RUGBY TITLE 



Canadian Scottish 
Defeated by Try in 
Last Five Minutes 

riiil haii.itt'. Score (V\\c> Vaisitv ( vcw ! 1-') 
\icLui V ( )\ci I oral ( ".haiiipiuiiN iii 1 l.n J lougllt 
1 itie hiAture— 5uu tarns i>ee Oaine 




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Sarazen Still in Front 
Of Medal Golf Averages 



nirr ni iiio ^^'^^y Professional Maintains bliijlu 

KAuL 1 LAilU Ov*L Horton Smith— Mehlhom 



Phil Bftrra'.i s 

flDIU tllMf. VKUtl 



try five rnluuU'S 
Vl(U)iia Idiiliiig a 
'J n ruunt navi- UBC an vic- 
tni y over ('Himrlian Scottish and Um 

HriiiHh Columbia K-iiytijr ctuunplon- 
Miip lit the Bcnl AthMlc Park jm- 
terday afUroooo. About 600 tans 
■aw on* of Om auft ] 
of the MaMii unOHr . 
and rrmmd condttlooa. 

ThHt thp beat laaai won wu 

the unanimous renlirt of thu«4- 
presfnt, but only aftfr a torrid 
strufKie throucbout. Varsity, a 
•pecidlw and trickier oatflt than 
the local rrprpsrntatiires. plajred 
a hard Kamr. and handled tlM 

baU brilUaatlT, wkUa thak teak- 
WuM Via aBadhMt* 

VleUvte'k fonrank aoot again 
plAjrod a praniMai po^ In the k>cal 
ojfenoa and dafHMt, and It was 

chiefly through this department 
that the siMedy OoIIpkIbus did not 
run roughshod over the Islanders 
TliP lix al pa' if was (in top of ihf 
ball all Lf'.i- tiinf, ami the (uitr.nn 
flyiiHino (iodliiA W-'rinriM. tiirnril 
11 oi.e ( f She Irt"! of hl.s 

:tiftM \Vci!iii;i!i M-fMifd 'n ha\p an 
linUiiutpd Mippiv of cnpiKV arid \if 
was rasily the ■ n.t.sl .tndiiiK pia>i': 

on the field, although Chuck Rut- 
tan, tba local fiUlback, ran him a 
cloaa Moood. Ruttan'a klefang was 
Mfootf « dlapl^raa haa arer bean 

irank by big uncanny place- 



laiter raced tu wiilan a yard ol 
Vancouver's Une before Cleveland 
pushed hkn Into touoh. Victoria 



utes, and Ruttan tried another drop 
without success and a twenty-five 

kick u'ft\iltt'd 



Directions to Be Taken by 

Various Competitors in 

GoocJ Friday Road 

Race Are ReleMed ' 



The teams wwe about evenly 

niatch*'f| as far s' > v.oi^iiii was coo- 
('(■iiit'<!, ami il'f iiai'ks he It'd from 
Mif ' .1 uiunaKPs HtKiut flftv-lifiv 
V am 'iiivcr s si/./IlUK li.ick du isloii 
showf'il Mnii-ti ninrp to advantaKf 
t'lHii 11. <■ locals. Their lrl<i:v, well- 
f ru;nu'f'i cd and speedy iims u »M f 
(lanKProus at all tlmea, BUI Looke, 
Norman and Phil BklH ltt bdav POT- 
Ucularly brilliant. 

Befon tht tkmo and during the 
tntermMon, tbe Canadian Scottish 
a number of popular 
which were well received. 
Ill ttaO first half Varsity had quite 
an edge and they hrid an 8 3 lead 
at the Interval In the second canto 
the hard f!L;htliii.r I'nal [writ gave 
the Muliilandc: s a to;uh session 

!■ • Mil' !lisl nilnul'-K pJu', 

c'Mitif-'l ;ir<iund iiii'l-field Then 
Nnriri!! m' ma'l" the first heavy gain 
when \\i took n pass near centre 
flelfi o ! n (■ down within a few 
yards cf the Scottish line before 
Ruttan brought him to earth. Play 
waged In Vletorl* to r tlt ory for the 
next f ow minutes, and a fk«o>klck 
relieved the tenaian on tlM local 
line. 

The local pn'-k B"' ttie t.a:i R' 
their feet and aft« r ■, .me k"' '! 'Ini. 
t Mi.^' Ir, ihe Korhes l)ro'heis auil (i 
\V"i.::iiii; ii!'.a<le(l the Varsity t^rrl- 
tn; , I imck Ruttan tried a drop 
(;o.ii 1 i. • o\er the centre line hut 
1,1S Kick illtipped a (ouple of fept 
slior', and ClevelaMd I'/UP.d touch 
with a fine reiurn punt Two other 
long kiclcs by Ruttan put Victoria In 
good position, but mamad jtorward 
attaolm by Varsity and a beautiful 
solo run by Btll Looke cleared the 

locals oil* of t!ie Vii Mco'i ver inoiind. 
Rl n \N Ofl- \s .s< OKK 
The firs! [mints i.im.- rmni X 

penalty for "feet up" In the 
■onus, after a hard leeal atiaek. 
Rattan toek Um ktek and plaoed 
H sfwraiy betwaea the feeta. 
After tho faet off Yanlty com- 
menced a hard attadk and Reg. 
Wenman just managed to stop Phil 
Barratt' on the line. Barratt tried 
denperately to Ket over. l)til lost the 
ball :!ml I 'w. nt-, five kirk lesul'ed 
\ I ( *si I '■ w II f(| (he «ii or»* sr \ r n 
lloli iti v ifirl Mill- 1 I5III I <K kr 
I T ivtiril Ins u .1 N i>\rr the local 

line, a(t<'r .M«tc«t ami i'liii Bar- 
ratt had made Kofxi K»in<i The 
try was anconvcrted. Three 
later the speedy Nor- 
m gave Varalty the lead when 
took the ban frem his half, 
tke bHnd eMI ef 



to 

between 

I.ncke conTertei, 

:l :tly after Campbell Forbr- 
ci.' tlie fans a thrill when hf 
J • : ' eji'. d a pa.'.^. mnde a heav\' 

gain, then passed to Godfrey Wen- 
maa on Vanity twontir-ftrik Hie 



For the rest of the tiow Varsity 
was on the aHaelt sad t hoir Ma wo- 

threo O M iiiB tik , Mocmaiu BssUi- 

brook and Mercer gotttaf Within a 

few feet of the line before being 

.sli>p)«'d 

The kicking of Ruttan featured 

the opening ten mlnutOS Ot tpM'MO* 

ond half. On three occaslops the 
curly-haaded Seottlsh fullback made 

heavy gains for his side and placed 
Victoria in roo<i pocPion^ but, ic 
score reMj'.tf! 

Hill (>llvfr made a 'plendtd imi 
froti: near centre ;tnd lo.>ked a.i U 

he might get over when he raced 
Into the clear, but Normfm came to 
Varsl^s rescue and stopiMd him on 
VancouTsr's twenty-flve. a flashy 
erosB-fleld run put Varsity back into 
the Scottish territory and for the 
!ie\' fl-.e iiiUiute.s piav was between 
•he two twenty-nve Hues with Vic- 
toria forwardi iliovlqf to advan- 
tage. 

One of the finest kkks of the 
whole day was SMda by Rattan. 
After taklny a retvm from Clove- 
land, Ruttan took plenty of time, 
and skied a beautiful pun; to with- 
in a \ ard of t hr Var.Mt ':.i,r }ir: i 
\'li tniia tried !li vain !o >;rt thiougJl 
and a nd.N-sed jieiuiltv dmp hv Rut- 
tan n,i\f Varsity a brief respite. 

Vh '.,na (orwards again broke Into 
a t ion. and from mld-fiold dribbled 
he ball to tho Vancouver line, 
where a scrimmage was untanglf d 
and a Vancouver man found to bo 
on the ball. Campbell Forbes headed 
this attacit and It pni\e<l to be a 
narrow e -rane for V i i ^;' v 

Scottish rut Varftitj-'s lead after 
twrnty-flve minutes of play. Beg 
Weaaan lalereeyted a yap at 
a good gate then 
the Vanooaver fnll- 
baek** head. Campbell Forbes 
fiillourd uj) 'ilir a streak of lijht 
ulns and siw.rert the leather over 
tiie liiii- fur a try Rnllon MlMSd 
from a hard angle. 

Varsity with thebr two-potaft lead 
In danger of being ovo r como com- 
menoedto attack strongly, and two 
dangerous three-quarter t were 

stopped only by superb t.ickiu,k' ot 

the |n(,i; hacks. BQowK- the troop.' 
p^es^,..| 'li,- Malnlanders hack until 
V.ti-rv . tien'', 'l-.i- u,!-, r>':alne<t 
n- • ' ■ i < al paclc drlbbied over 
' . ind beat the Victorians to 
the ball for a tv^eni\- fl , e ki k 

LOCALS I \KI I 1 Ml 
Still Hi 1<« .lis c,«iiu- on .iiui 
during a s< rtinma ;e Varsiity Here 
iN-nniiM-d fill f -i t up" agmln, and 
Kuttan gave Victoria a one-point 
when he d r ey y ed the baU 
tho geol. TIelaty looked awe 
for VIeieria wHh thass points, 
bat Phfl BarraU snatched defeat 
oat of the lire for Varsity w hen he 
s< iirrd on a dasliiiiK run un ,i pats 
friiiii I^K'ke after every Vanity 
hark had hiiiilled the baU. 

.hist before Lhis Henderson was 
injured and was forood to leave the 
field. Isavlnt Scottish one man shy 
For tho vWtoc*. am Locke, Phii 
Barratt and NormaQ ^pore out 
sUndlng, while O. Wenman and 
H idan were ea.slly the best of t.hp 
loit.i C'ptain ('oveipf, refereed 
.ui'l 1 . • m,s were 

Varsity Cleveland, P. Barratt, 
Mercer Bastalnmk, Locke, Norman 
Oaul. Bert Barratt, Miuray. Mhoon, 
Bobbins, Wood, Rogers. Msrtln and 
Nixon. 

Victoria Scottish Ruttan ( . 
Home, Henderson. Kin.sman. Tn: 
goose, R, Wenman. Robinson, li 
roTbes, Lamb. Rowlands. Miller, 
M ul rh eod. C. Forbes and Q, Won 



RECOIDUST 

IS EXPECTED 



\V!;,a; is pwdWltl to be the m,.st 
«nc( e.'ivful road race ever held under 
!he auspices (f the Hiltannla 
Branch, HESL. will Uke place 
( tood Friday morning, starting from 
th^ hoa dquar te nk o omor id John- 
oon and Broad Streets. 

OwitifT f-0 t.h« numerous Inquiries 
at llie .se^Tefary's office, the execu- 
tive of tlie ways and means coni- 
rniltee. under Mu- '-hairman.- hip of 
(■<imrni!e na\f ,<^;h('iet. tjiet vesLerday 

HI I dialled tilt routes of the courses 
t o be takM by aiakr. Jnalor and 
juvenile naaors. 

The sentar event wtn »fBv« 
at 19:30 ajn. and the competitors 
wlU proceed down Johnson Street, 
along Ocvemment .strer-t to oorKe 

Road to the FVwr-Mile il .u.se and 
back At the Four Mile Mill, tiie 
turning point, stewards will await 
the nmners and cheek tiMM off 
as they pass. 

The Juniors will get away at lO.'Sfi 
o'clock, taking the same cautso- as 
far as Tlllicum Road and return. 
The Juveniles will start Ihro mln-^ 
utes later on the sano nmto aa far 
as Waahlafton Avonue and rekmi. 

Ocnrade J. J. Blair will be in 
charge of all turning point st^u 
ards, tran.si>ortation and o'her 
facilities. nie ways and mean.s 
committee states that all compeU- 
toi.', !t'<jMesthHT mformatioi^ OOMl* 
mum. ,ite M iMi Mr Ulalr 

\ l.iiK'e n iiiiber rf entlre.s have 

been !ece;ved at the Secretary's 
offiie ar^d when Chief of Foitoc 
John Fry flreo tho startlnt ahot 
in each ovedll* a largo contlnfont 
of oonpotlton Is oapoetod. 
naal anrnngeoBonts will be made 

•t a ^pOilol IHgtlnjr of the ways 
and weans oomarittee to be held 
Tueeday nHHt at 1 o'clecfc. 

— ^ 



Is Qimbing— *Farrell Among Leaders 



'itiere is no doubt of it. KortcQ Smith Is oot to toko tbo aoaOCKial 
medal lead away Xron^Oono Saraken. Um ex-JopUn youth may aoi win 
1^ towiMMMk M bo Ukaest always finishes second or third. 

In tho I* Oorce Open he finished second to Bill Mehlhorn with 2Hr> 
while Saraaen, after whom he has been trailing, could only s.ore iiw/ 
and so slipped well down In the list, 'Hie reault wa.s a marked reduction 
of tire margin by which Oene has been leading tite averages race In 
cldenUlly. Horton paSMd Al ai lllll l ll, ViM dMh!t dO 00 iKgn ilthtr in 
the La Oorce event. 

After his great dwwlnf In California and Texas. Densmora Shtite 
has bom having a tre qhl eeo m e thne in riorida. Thi.s is rather strange 
Tt was UMit s^ear about this time— and in Plorida. t(x> tiiat .simte began 
the drive which made him nationally protrdnent 

Hill Mehlhorn .s victory gave him a nice upward lift in the averages. 
Hitherto ranking twelfth, he now is sUth 

Neil Mclntyre conUnues to figure in the load. Tommy Armour, re- 
turning to tournament competition aflor an wiMded vacation, h&s 
bettered his avsrato ooosklorably, and 
ihnai ho iraa all laot year. 



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Ham 

•R. JooM. AtlaaU ... 
a. Sarat*n. tt*w Tork 

H Bmlth. New York 
Al Ea>lnosa, Clilraio 
J P'iirrfll. Nrw York ... 
W Mehlhorn. New York 

H 1 •>„p,r. Buffalo 

K Diirtlry, ConCOrdtTlU*, r* 
J Dutra, Lo« AnftlM .... 

*R. MsokMiato, WaahlMtaa 
N Melntrr*. IiieiaaaMlto . 

W' Klein. New York ., 
I> Wiu"', Cnliiinhu*. O. 

r Maiinro. Ne* Voric , 

T Armour. I>lrolt 

H. McCVadtn. Kania* Oltr 

■., OniMMaak. m%w Tart 

Osic nirvoklyn 

A. Watroui, Petrolt 

J. Turiie.sa. New York 

C. Wo<.^ V .... H'll'^ N J. . 
P. O. Hnri. Wiieelliis, W. V». 
W. Burke. Weitport, M,T. ... 

K. t}utra. La« Aas«M 

J Conins, Dayton, O. ... 

•r 8-«ver to.^ Anjele.l 

I' M« r k i ( )lt 1.1 

J ii...fl^!; Pi--is,,r>. N.X 

A lO-ton M.»«.1iii» Pa, 

J Kogers. Denver 

K maeh. oaa th s ra riaM.. 
w. tMeh. PtittaMahla .... 

p. w«i^h rhi.-«i« 

A I , ,,^n fv..i idene* 

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" I'ai K 1. iichburs. Va. 
Uacd. bmlth. New York 

V. OawMo. Ohicaso 

<r. Ktrkwood. PhlladAlpiiia .., 
K. fitir to tUn. rerUanS. On. 
i. atattla. Xanaas OI«y .... 
*0. av»Di, Chlcavo 
H- Clurl. Bridgeport, cnnn 
r. Rakltu. Youncdown. O, 
L- TMmtU Acua OaUanto .... 
T Karrlcan. Naw Tork ... 

D, Llnarei. Toeaoa. Ada. .... 
R Btonehoua*. Indianapolis 

M M^!>r Norwich for ■> 



By WALTER TRIIMBULI, 
fCopvrliht. 1»30, by ttie North American 
Newspaper Alliance ) 

A fat guy sat In a rli^^e seat. 

Flabby and soft was ho; 
But the very soul at him was rqidote 

With a certain ecstasy. 
At every counter and lead he sensed. 

His flsu waved to and fro 
And, under the bhibbor, fata 
tensed 
lb loOor 



A fat guy whoeaed In a rtaitride 

chair. 

Puffed as a fat guy Oan 

He was loni? on (rlrth and was siiort 

on .11! 

A Joke to a fighting man; 
A joke grown Stale With the years 
that long 
Drag in an endless chain; 
Bat he caaght. for a flash. In theee 
warrlera strong 
The pemr of his yonth afaln. 



Bobb) .1 
tournament."; 




BASEBALL GOSSIP 

The next few days may iletoiiiiins 
just how much John UcOraw can 
bank on hu two right-handed 
pnohers. Larry Benton and Joe 
Oenewlch. They have been selected 
to pitch for the New York Qlants 
n^alnt^t the Memphis ChlCkS Of the 
Southern Association. 

Benton had a bad year hi 1930 
and was late In reporting to camp 
thu Spring. Oonewleh was of vlr- 
tuaUy no uao during the loao cam- 
paign, a soro arm handioapping 
him almost fMB tfaO glaiO of the 
season. 



iiaLn Just adore to have 
ne., enter one of their golf 
H Insures such a 
thrilling hnt'ie for second place. 

Among 'iie t..'.,i stmt.s played by 
Mr ,ione I. In 300-yard apjHToach 
pu't froi> -n,' far edge Of tho tee 
One of Bobby's winning habits Is 
to make a joke out of par. Such 
jokes always nommand a hearty 
stomach laugh from compeUtors 
and golf architects. 
The Atlanta's star's next public 

M'lieirance on l|n|tg ^Qj jjj 

I' ligi Uid where he U populST. 

i; 'I' I, an oncerUln gaOM. Back- 
ii'c '^'^ ' -ne' If vou can get any 
f^i' ■ ■ i the thiill and 

susi^en.sc of wagering that tomor- 
row will be Monday. But ho U a 
great young man Is Bobby; -% oports. 
man and a slOBt f dlow. on and off 
tho greOn. 



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BraSr, New York 

Zimmerman, PorUaad, Or*. 
Hacknsr, Lawiaaoa, 
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W. RuteltlnMii, Cbicaso 

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, .i,iv k \\ I itr^it 11 [ i< Mil IMii ( I, line Hunt 

ba ' Mi K .i I )c'ciarc'h LJuiiiiiuun Players 
Making Ureal btrides in Net Circles 



Before long B<-)b shawk-ov win 

learn from the batting avprage.'^, 
and _ rolnne-l Riippfrt frnm the 
turnstile reports, wheUier Um Babe 
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Rofirers Horn' l)\ 

" •<•; ivir<!lnK A sore '. ,< • 
t'Miiil irnin from I.n.- 
fl«'. tliiii in bis Inten 

tb«> .Hpri>nd base sack 

raRo Cub* when 
their 1030 itston. 

With many of his regulars dis- 
abled, Iftn agar Jewell Bn.s, of the 
Htteburgh Pirates. Is not ront/>rn- 
platlnK any wboicsale releaiw" <<: :r 
cnjltji before the National League 
KfU under way. John Shiitte. In- 
nfifiT Rnri T.arnon Cox, out-floldor, 

h.^ I .:me<l out, but 
the return of Traynor, Uoyd' 
•ad other etan. It Is net IlkOly OM 
<q<inr) Win be out to any OKtent 

^Manager Benle Wagner sttu Jug- 
gles Ma Rod Box players to find the 

right combination. 

mil Rween'^v rfpUrpfl phi! Todd 
'•' ■ ' V".,'^, dnv ,u:;», ) liif 
Naiie'-kv vin, ni stuirt. ( )tl,s Miller 
u'fi A I tr.hfv try at third In place 
of Bobble Reevea and BlU Batxot 
was ent In rtgtat fleU. tbo 
wt^h Is aft that 



Thsre are some men to Whom ad 
venture calls; 
Cutting au hono ttao oa' with 
sdndtara, 

mm leave the sore' and 
Itertng walls 
And Ughts of town for camp fires 

•ndlho^— 



and thooarth 



The sky thOir 

their bed. 
They rtght tempestuous 
through sun or rain; 
ever 
ahe8Ml. 
Bayond the 
the plain. 



ways 
goal 



life U for them no frlte 
page. 

TTiey will not read tt ao a polln- 
drouM 
When their time 
getbor te 
With aUence gr^aon ooa 
words light as foam. 



or yaeant 



eooNo to on to- 



RPt rid of any playpr.s he can't han- 
dle. Of course, he may at the same 
time tH lid Ot aponna nt 

Any fighter msy go down, but the 
difrerenoe between any fightor and 
a chanqilon It that tha ehamplon 
gets up again . 

TANFQRAN RACING 



Firat raea— viv« satf ea«-balf furlonsa: 

Baby Blue (TrlwUl |Sja aCat ... 

Mlia Leattr lOaPeao) 4.tt 

Saddle Skirti (I.ovm 

Time, 108 Al«., • .1 . Imilator, Suii 
Lyna. Donoa Stella, Hill A Hill, Nor too, 

rMwoid. a ss n isfc i«st. asraieiMa: mmm. 

The ommHaa. 
;<••.- ni.i r^r^— aad eas liilt huliaes: 
■ '-iraMwaM) ...ta.aat4.aa ... 

I 'I'll K . I >rPrto) I 60 

Bay l,a<l I Warren 1 . ' .' 

Time, 1 08. Alao ran; kins FUaie, 
Privala asUi. Weadtiim. rraak a.. OMb« 
Aleas. SerateM; Tanaltfooi. Catra. 
Prlnoa Tato, Tamarind 

Tiilrd race- Pour (urlonca: 
SIracode iHurlburti . . . . 833.6t tl4,Q0 ... 

Harahaw (C Millrri 4.at ... 

Shaita Snow iTaplln) 

TIM, :4a S-8. Alao ran: Qsa Olilak. 
BoBeol Xnia, S«m lachar. CaUiBe laa. Sam 
Ollmore, Prineeaa Diablo, BbastS tNtPer, 
Ulaa Dean ScraUhed: D«Ut tUHtr. 

Pourth rare -fill furloago: 
Oood and Hot iTrlvrtt) .tlt.tt t8 00 ... 

Shaata Bu I ( (Philpoi) 3 60 

Lady aath <itaiiu6b) 

'nas,* l:lSt-8. Alaa ran: Crerton. 
Vlalen n. Water Oap SotiUBsO; Msraun. 
Dr Wilson, Proctor Hue. 
pifth race- Bix fiiriaoes; 

NIftr (Corbet) tt 00 14 no ... 

Ceylaaa (Warren) lO.Ot ... 

B ath's OaavaatoB (Mal- 

r*oaov^ ..a 

Time. 1 114-8 Alae ran Mlaa WlUlelaa, 
nilnola. KmenrTllle. PIrwood. Kavanaasrb. 
Amelia Mar, Quf>rn Ann firratched 
Altarar. Pirinc txprmt 

tilth race Mile and one-alalaentli: 
BnUiualaatle (Lennri . . , tSS.at tl* •• ... 

Bhaala Nul (Warren) 4.4e ... 

ra» (Laval) 

Tl ia. I:4«. Alae ran: Oarah. Whlakav 
Mun, Will Bank. PauL Hlrtmatelna Dtp 
Rlirrr 

R«vrntti rsoe-'Mlle and onr-alxteanth: 

The WorM (Lanar) 833 00 814.00 ... 

Rar (Callahan) t.Ot ... 

Dia Mar (Mulroaaar) 

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Sweepina Rar. Plaatir, OaMen Mrhnol. Lao 



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Canada's first ranking tonnis star. 
Dr. Jbflk WHght, o( Xtnlraal flg- 

uiT.s .sluK)tinK. plephant baiting 
and antelope shooting Is just the 

kind of sport to keep a tennis player 

In trim 

ArruinK hrr»> tod.'iy on thf f"an:i- 
dlan Pacifii liiirf Kiinirt".'?,''. of i ar. 
ni]n 1)1 WriK>i' ju.st rptwrned from 
n !'!K-i:nin'' i. iii'ing pxppditlon in 
British Sa&t Africa, declared he had 
spent tho Winter In Afrloa to pra- 
pare htanself for the Davis Cup 
trials, fn which he wUl participate. 

Dr. vviii^'iit aid he had Jast re- 
ceived ;t f i oni the OnadlBn 
Tanni.s .■\\si" .a'inti ;i-ikr,(; hiiii '.'} 
again rrpiP f • • Canada Ui the Davis 

Cup cnnt'^^-'' 

"Has Canada mado progress In 



Dnited States ptayort lat^. They 
oovld nol haeo done it a few yain 
agot and the foot that they can do 
It today showa how much Improre* 
ment htis be<^ri r!iaii>> 

"Beftwe Chi be able to 

produce mn ; ^i. ■ ias.s players, 
howr\pr It v.\i. uc i\',.5ary to send 
;'.s ;:.,(v».r^ to thr .s.xitJiem United 

States during the Winter oaaaen." 
he aald. "Canadian playaro who 
have played In the United 8Utei 
dning the off season have won not- 
able vlrtories, and if this practice 
Is continued, it will not be long be- 
fiirr players from the Dominion are 
w 1)11, UK international champion- 
slillLs ■ i." declared. 

Dr. wnght. trho Is aU set for the 
oomhiff Daiia Oop trlak, had not- 

— ablo tttccesr to his African big -pime 

tenntof- he asked. "Wall, I can only I Journey. Two lions, one elephant, 
say mat Canadian playm haro de- t^o rh inocpros and tlma bnCfaio 
Maao of the highest ranking i were among lus bag; 



iiiiHude iiijle :^hool 

Cantaln B. J. OadMtan won the 
n<ookly mtolature rifle shoot of the 
5th B.C. Coast Brigade shoot at the 
Armories Friday, with a possible 
P^ur were tied for second place ono 
point behind the Isndor. 
follow: ' 
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To Make Ontario THw 

TORONTO. Ont.. Apifl 4— KU- 
marnook aoootr club of the Scottish 
Leagtto. fini OlTMon, have boon 
iranlod pomlHlili to Mian I 

Ontailo. 



If a ffiri finriK no man on earth 
good ennngh tor hsy>Hrti|r BOl tn^ 
an aeroplane ride? 



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Burt Skotlon*o PluUieg Need Pitching Punch and They 
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•■^1; .'^'oii.i; in?ny teams pirk^'d 
by corrpsyonUrnts to you regarding 
the all-star line-up to meaO 
Rangoca hare this 



Goal— Farfjuhar or 
Fiillbafk.it MarRl.wn ttttd Dobbyn. 

"lack.s storfr. PedenandHay. 
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' • > f'-uf! I' • . ;i riraw in a 
» tiir i*-iii<i four -r.i\ui,i main event 
h)>re last night of an all-star l/bom. 

It was the third a>ootli« •( the 
boys and each onM hi a dnaw. 

von a de- 

Dlaen. Seattle. 

hi » fi • mU The I.slander 
«hnt> ■! t-rf n < , a^^ I im KeUt an- 
■•'lt--r Vtct )iin pt <1i;rr firpw In a 
.special event after a hard set- to < 
with Dob Stewart, Seattle. I 



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Bit l.ca(u» Drrpire 

(Copyrttht, i»ii), by the North Amarlean 
N»»»p«prr Alliance ) 

Any b6Meball ftui or. critic can step 
into a Uvely dobato thoto days by 
declaring that Burt SholtOB's PhU- 
ttes are Just another ball club. True 

ennngh. but Bos.s Shotton in.iv find 
the brenk of a lifetime Ju.st around 
the corner if he can come through 
with .t tolerably good pitching corps 
I 111--' var. m 
A wild and wllliaf bunch ot wal- 
lopers, who oan spray the open| 
spaces with more and longer hn-v i 
hits than their rlvaM prr n.,tn ' 
anniif be rtl,smi.<i.sed ll,' 'i' Ra^e- 
i.iil! f>. ton raprlcicms llirAiird by 
f)l">u! now the league leader, and 
Klein < forty-three home runs), a 
pal with a p8toch, the Phillies out- 
smaekod tha onttre loatftta, 

A few now oegB fitted Into the 
pitching staff may stir the Phr.;.p- 
pennant fury Don't forgf l ai 

I -i .1 ( .r tin PP (1 VP... ; ■, l|i,t;',', 1 ^ 

=«dd'<l • ■ rr. ,vi.\f>;i '.ower can J</1! 

M;p scheme of a 
pennant race. Also, hear In Bind 
that the Phimef fUngsrs win not 
hate to daraiop sodden aaagic to 
beoonto whiuna with a team of ppi- 
let-pounders tn wh'im ■•.'\>"t^ii\g 
pitchers feed /;mnkr, ni.. . ..i.ps 
rii- ■, r% iirul prayers 

Hhr iton ^ sla hfr* ran come f rom 1 
h*>iiiii^i to itiHK'- needed runs In s 
manner that should Inapira fahly 
good pitchem lo Hn oapoatad holffau i 
The Phillies hatio Iwnutj-nhse play- 
ers on their rosiar, and fourteen of | 
them are pitchers, a > >. )■ ■ a > 1 r , 
8ho*t/>n ia maklne t),r • ••«!, 
the rtul.f (-;,; r. ■ i: - , 

Pr;or ia*t year the shOCt leuoe* 

at Batc-T nowl, tha boaM ototaud 

played havoc OCthpOl thO hoaie 
t«am Not SB BOW. KMn. Doul 
and company aoa MfeMl «f being 

kidded by home run earperts and ha ve 

an-'t-d 'hr ;;!> •.l)ff\'.r\v% ■,■<■•» 
*ir ihr> ,!,,»■ «■ PhiUy outnt 

N'-'-riK, ■ • a vrrv r'"' T ITtagS 

Oive Hurt Shotton a few tmi 
pttehanLtosBhiaainart backstop to 
oo-oper4te, and tho national Lmm; i'- 
Boay oipt rt onoo a andoo atcvnd, 



onlv to the one the Boston Bravtt 
pi ack In 1014. when they were 
hailed as a gang of mlaOts, yet 
steamed past aU compotlllon to 
WUl the gonfOIOi^ mi «ko Hvrlds 
championship. 

Exhibition BoiebaU 



n 



At Kansas f:it v 
Bt. Louis Americana 
Kansas City A A 

Coppman. Stewart and 
M - i Male and Peters. 

A- San Jose, CaL— R H. 

Portland ..-..w... . < • 

SealUe 4 1 

Malls, Walters. WoodaU and Rsgo; 
Reuthor aaid Borroaitf. 
At Uttle Boob- R. H. B. 

ChloafB Amerteans # 10 4 

Littto Roek (S A.) 4 I i 

Adklns, McKatn and Rirviip ir<i 
dleman Bamabe and Kl tier 

a; fi')'.-,!',;i Texas — R. n ^ 

liarl and FunJt. 

At Dallas. Texa»- R R. E 
New Yoak Amorleano 4 » i 

i^i»»,rmm s • 1 

Hoyt, 1>hn Mt and Dickey: Dan- 
forth. Oarland aisd Robertson. 
At Philadelphia— R. H. B. 

Philllea 1 s 1 

Afli>fl- * 1 IS 2 

WiIl.H,tthhv. Koitpal, BUlOtt, Col- 
lins Riui i>avis; 
and Cocheran. 




ALSO IN IMPtmAL 

CAiiON JAPS *2'ip nrs 
M) * Fd? (tm TAi N r w j ij^masu) 
M AT LIB F r; A h t> W Jl 1 1 1 f) BY 

VICTORIA KIWfRIf S 

(fmm%¥ CrM MntAlllMITTD VI4Wi«IAfl< 



This a<l\ ertinemrnt is not p«b^ 
lithed or ditDlayed by th^ 
I^uor C/Aitrol Boar4 or hf 

dig Co\einni(?nt n{ BritigH 
( tiliinibia, I 



AWNINCS 
fOR NQMES 




Ca|V«' \'r>tiir III 

Beauty With 

Beautiful Ayvniiigs 

I'lricui hcm% wbea 



Have a 



F. Jsaat A Iro, LM. 

«0 j i f a m St. ifaae » 



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Tim DAII.Y COLONIST, VICTORIA' B.C SUNDAY, API^IL 6, 1930 




i 



1 



liMii 



Motorists Should 
Correct Defects 
OJ Minor Nature 



Proper Gire of Automobile and Attention as It 
Bccomcf Necessary Will Assure Long and Satis- 
factory Scnricc for Owner and Driver of Cat — 

Save Repair Cote 



Moderate Speeds Assist 
Duration of Investmeflt 



By JAMES EDWARD 8CHIPPER, a.A£. 

THIS U a drtvint lecture. It would hare been prompted by the 
Society for the PreTention of Cruelty to Automobiles, it 
thrrc had b. rn Mich an ortanizatlon. As it Is, it is prompted 
by a leelixig oX pam that so many good MCt fo to ad early grave 
because some owners who «hould know better htTt Insisted on 
(invlng them imiiinpcriv Tiir day a nev. i ai arrives at thr hoiii'' 
ol the owoej: it has started on its march to the graveyurd for old 
aatom<M!ei.' Whether the car will reach iti tfMtiiifttlon In the 
course of 20.000 niilcs of travel or 120.000 mlkt ., dtptodl 

«Dtlr«ly on how the ear hM baen handlad. 

Hie ear owner can use the 

tartir . w if !• ■, (>'■■ t!.«.ii ■ : 



Life of Car Depends on the Way It Is Driven 



Mel iMt cfo ^ 
•boot by Um local taxi-driver of a 
foaiJt tflfMl la- Westchester County, 
New Teric. Noting the surprising- 
ly (rood appearance of the ear. and 
knowliiK in constant 

Wrvicr, wi Uu>K .i ..;l.in' r over the 
ehoulder ol th^' M ; i i .nul t iiiiul 
that Ihi' l ai had Iravrlrd ovpr T.'i - 
000 iiiiivs Having ildricn iii in.iiiv 
cara that have traveled only a trac- 
tion of this dlstanee but which were 
|ar from being as quiet .and fine In 
appearance as this one, Ibe Cbeaght 
eould not help but occur that my 
few o w i ier a are really getting as 
ti;-i('ti liti! iif a car as they should. 
Ill tlip > iLsc (>! ihe taxi, the origfcuil 
cost of tlie car wa.s about $1,200 

'Mir rfa.s(;li tli.i; t!i!'.>;r mipii yr! 
such li'H.fl ,(•!■.;.! .is' . ; tlicu rain 
Is hcaiLsc ir.t './f Mir! unU'.s.^ 

tlii'\ aiP I ;u 'lali.i.f'r!. !lii".' are 

not protecting their Investment and 
they ase not golag to aaka 



car. and 
hai 



careful 



rUOPEKLl LLBKIC ATEU 

The flMt and foremost rule is. of 
course, to always be dead sure that 

the car l.s bplnK pioperlv lubrlcat*^. 

'rhfs»- iL.'ii li.nrr . :::■.<■ II:,' .arN they 8omr of Ihn things that vmi 
handle unlefis thcv know th .! the doii't sec the driver of one of Ihe.^e 
1 r«nltra.--e i.i not mi! fui: ol r.il, but , ars do if. to UM! the choke too 
that the ml l.s m KO'>d cnufiiti.ni much, 1st the motor run oold, ride 
They are fiiH-sy about the kind nt ti,e clutah, USS the tfthtt too 

oil ''''-yiue and they sMUiat It abruptly. «eed aMuntfaatners. 
1^ r. r.ew^ oHiB, paittoutaily in negiert theTKa iilMts that de. 

Winter. veJop. Spark 'Pluga are kept dean 

These cars are seldom !f ever and renewed when ne(e».-vaiy, rat- 

>■"■'■•' Vhi-'. ail' at i:i (t'Maic (If;, m the body are hunted down 

speeds, rarely In cxcesfi of lorty j and corrected; in fact they are 
milen per hour In the coutUrv. Df hnndlcd like a railroad engine with 
"ii-'nii nliMii (Hh.s an i,..! fiequeui iii.spc( tioii, iiiiniediate re- 
p.'iniiitfd I., nil, at that \t;\ p„,r iimior defects and above all 

much, and the cab v.r arr talking ie^;uiar aii'l sufllclent lubrication 
about Is a regular stork M^dan inoci'"!, 

the same as any oi us would drivel XROLBUi^s which develop 
n Is an actual fact that the woarl Par tha haaaAt of 




TYPE BECOMES iPlYMflUTHHAS 
POPUUR f AVORITEiHYDKAyLli; BRAKES 



Bukk Shows 
iB "forttos" 



Sii 



Is 



Sscttoo Through an Engine Showing the Bearing Surisces 

ou - 



Tliat the Mrtsa 49 IISLanghttn- 

Hiii' k the .•,hr>rte.*,t wheelbase of the 
McLAUghlin-Buick beries. is a 
great piAlle laTarlte Is proved by a 

recent compilation of '.ales tiKUit's. 
which allow this popular seriss u 
outeemag ervy ether ear to Ihe 

field with toe exception of four 
Rinaller and lower priced cars, ac- 
cording to 11 A Davie, LIdn Itaal 

McLaughUn-Buick daalars. 



tai LMTca Price FleM, 
by Chrysler 



an<! tear on cars In this servicf i the lroul)les that develop fr(Mu the 
would normally be much greuter I above lust of ' dcMi ts" may be de- 
thaa the average owner gives his tailed 




1245/.^31O0 



..jhe Wider price ran^e of 
MLau^hlin-Buick products 

MARQL'KT'I K and ll»c three j»crie» i^lcLaughlin-Buucka 
> now cover a pi ice range so wide as to bring within tha 
reach of hoadfada fh o<ii nida of motoriata thoaa axtra^valiia 



features tliat lead 
R( licks than an 



Mct<ainMin» 



Can idians to yomy £ar : 
\m I iiiM car. 

AlcL^iiphlin-Bua k !i . .unnand held if s rrmArl<aV>lc popularity 
aolclj- Itecause it is a belter car than ai\y other at or near its 

Bviea. And MarqvatteiaHMrlmllff thaaaaBarooafiuaa4 Me* 
LMfhUn Bou U qualitiaa of patftn— ca . » . a liu dly if iw ca 
p.* aad hifh vahia. 

fc u\d drive tKe McLawtrMIn Buiclc 

(^r Marqoctti' that hcsl nici (s Vour rri jinrrmcn; ' \t fVii:* 
wheel oi McLaughiin-iiuicii jou will discover ail that has been 
, ariniwipliihad by aoeh adweneea aa tiw new FHciionleea 
Staaring Oaar >ait1i R...id Sh k Flimlnator, the n> d.uiKlea 

n< fing I-dxeMW Sh " k. .A I .scrlin-i .iTid t!ir ini[>rii\cd Weather- 
proof Mei-harucai ! our Wheel Brakes. And at the wheel uf a 
Marque t tc yoo will experience the thrill of performance that 
haaMtif b i <h wla b aaa a p p te ac h ad aatkawdarata prica flald. 

Tha dasiuiialf atore in oor ahowrooaa ara atyow aernoa. Uaa 

them. An.!, sh.a.id vou so deairc^ uaa alao the G.M.A.C.* 
Genet a I M .tgea* <wwi li a fa i n d pgjMaht pUi^ to f a ci U t a t ayoMi 
purchaaa. 

M'LAUGHLIN-BUICK 
"«'A\Al^qi'l:r!lT 

OP UENERAL MOTORS OF CANADA. LIMIT g^ 



t 



Using the ehoke too much itiulu 
In aa exee* of ganllae la the 
crankease. The att la vatiied off 

the cylinder walls by the lubricant 

which riii;'> down p;t.«it the pistons 
Thl.^. of <i)i;tfie, iMCvent.N fhi- propn 
lubrication nl tin- pLstoii and re- 
sult* In III" rapid wear of pi.sUm.s 
rings and cylinder walls and tlnallv 
causes a bad "blow-by" or loss ol 
oonpcesilon to oeear. BeiMes, 
much of this gasollna-gets down 
into the aranlccase, diluting and 
dcstroylOK the oi! 

Allow 111:4 the motor to i un cciU! 
hrt.s a^!ll).^t the same effpct u. tiie 
u.sc of too much choke. The' "ii is 
not emulated as It shonM i^' 
n^f|t.^i^ ^ conbustlon as com pie le 
and the reauM Is the cutting away 
ef the oU film on the cylinders and 
the dflutkm of the oa When the 
weather is cold the radiator inust 
be coYered f.n that the teinperature 
Ls broupht tn noniiHl .'-'hnl t : r:. are 
all exrcKfMi' pr' >' ci ' v >n ' > a i ai . 

( MI:,; lite lit' ;•• tioub.e-- a the', 

o..-'i'- uii pi-eveni them Ii^ip hr 
CoiniaK big troubles. A dir' > .park 

plug will cause missing. wlUcii, in 
tuni, win cause gaaoUoe to eater 
that cylhider and aretf beoause of 

the cutting of the Oil film. 

FIVE BODY 
SIYLMOWN 

Clii v.sln lorporatioii Intro- 
duces Lowest- Priced 
Six-Cylinder Car in 
Its History 



but it ai tually develops 63-hor!-e- 
power at 3.30(1 revolutlon.s a minu'.e 
Chrysler's fair.oii.'-, Sliver I^oiiie cylni- 

dsr head, aflordlng maximum en- 
gine afBcleney ah any gaseHae, k 

standard eqaipassnt, with a eon- 
presslon ratio of 6 J to 1. The Ited 

Head " I ' optUniiil equipment at ex- 
t.i a pMic with a compi i"»>«i on ratio 



of t^ l 



II le englii' 

bb«r an( 
th« frame. 



l.s mouiPcd 



lu rubber and completely insulated 

froai 



lAKI SATl: 

Vi • V oftfi our Mia ef wB-'ed 
tune lA two lawyers argUblg a case 

before a judge. 



duties 



ei.ev at tries to dodge his 

generally nnds the detour 
thaa tha raad. 



The bait uik u suence aad tha 

best wrltln" Is lone wnh an era.^er 

Zfl. hai y tJrunip wa.s too bus> I > 
attend the funeral of Tax Collec ar 
Potaet Isat week. Buatnsai before 



know a woman 
o< the 

shatfyad. 



who was so 
Of hn- hair,i 



lA-st available n^^lIre^ Indicate that 
theif were hIkiuI 3 000 more aulonio- 
j bile deaths In 1030 o'.pr 1P2K If lliat 
•ort of thirin kef»p^ up. there will be 
about 38.000 111 the listji of those 

killed during the present year. You 
may ba rsgtrtersd there, aa* If not 
you, thm partMHMi year vtfei yaur 
child'or iBBMoiM oa deer to you 
no your part to prevent such a 
fnUllty. Use your head when you 

\>i:r I Mr Hiid when yea valk 

the piibP.r' huTlv.vavv 

A'vfid whenevei poRs'.ble the bu.sy 
streets and .oads in your lom- 
munitlc' It yoii cati rearh your 
desUnatioi^ tjv using ths lass fre- 
quented thoroughfares, hy all meatu 
do so. The othsr «ay nay be 
longer, but It may, aftsr aH, ba the 
speediest: In all evenU It le the 
aafer. Busy thoroughfares are the 
eau.sc of more accidents. Trv tlip 
empty .streets and roads a few Umek 

I experiment. Thr eiyaillBoe 
•nii\ ii'Hch yon snm^^thlne 

'.'•\<-v\ Vount; Thing Hov, i,^ Br' 
;t'''''n;; on tiow st-'.e ri married'' 

Friend— Oh, she is just like the 
rest. Before she was married she| 
had buahela o< 
to h 



are BUHt OD a lia-lnch 
and are sheet only in eompartsen 

with the longrr whoelbases of the 
other two McLauKhlln Buicit hfries 
Thiii smaller series us powened wl!h 
the standard 80 S-hoi Ncpuwer Mc 
Laughlln-Buiclc mot' - and, ex(e,,l 
for size. Is identical with the bigger 
car.<! iQ ths 50 and 60 series 

The sU models la the 40 series 
ftva MftTaughlln-BulA a priee 
range that makes Bulck ownsrshlp 
possible to nearly everyone. 

OILING SYSTEM 
blVESlESyiTS 

Conatant Prcaaur* I.uhrimtion In- 
tureK I nifurm I UruUtlon Ap- 
plied (III IMJi.iiit ti 14" 

Moionsts arc realizing more tuUy 
than ever that proper h i brtea tl en Is 

vlt.al lo ttie llfi" .if thfit ( arv »;al in 

buying new automobiles they display 
a greater knowledge of the various 

oillnK .sy.stem.s now In USS. 

Ihe method for lutarleatlag the 
cnKiiie Of the new Duraat "t-M" is 

(jenerally recognised for Its ef- 
ficiency and economy. A powerful 
gear-type geiar-drtven oil pump 
draw.s a conf lnuoii.>i supply ol oil 
from the large i>il rciei voii in the 
ba.s/' of the engine and lo^ic-- it 
through pa.s.sage!> in the .solid metal 
of the engine to each oi the rham 
beariags and oonnscting rod bsar- 
ingi. eaasfhaft bAarlnas aai la the 
front snd diata. Hue pr a wr e Is 
inalntataied at the propar aawont 
during any engtos speed By an aato- 

niatu control valve. 

'I'he isonietrii fPHturc ihr .iUo\ 
pistons controls expansion and con- 
traction, thus insuring a constant 
dearaaoe batawen the pisten and 
cyitaider wans. 

One o.' the fo:ir pi.ston iing^ on 
eai h ;)isti)n i.-> iin oil con'.roi nni{ 
which pcvj'nti^ an overKupplv of oil 

froin getting into the combustion 
chamber. 



That Plymouth is the ooly ear hi 
tha lowest price field equl]H>ed with 

four-wheel hydraulic brakes, is made 
possible by the fact tliat i'lyiuouth 
en tovs I he txv nia of the Chrysler 
MotuKs puii'ipa: of Standardise^ 
Quality, aooording to Mr. John <X 
Mcouire, alea oMMfiv for Ply* 

mouth 

•1h( p:a 1 a: operation of this 
principle, says Mr. McQulre, "is to 
pass along to all Chrysler-built can 
advaacemente aad ImproveaMaU 
werfestf dot by Chrysler Meters en- 
Riaaeri. Only by such a system 
outd this oostly brake equiuuitnt 
made aaattaMa flora gar fiMvait 

price. 

' PlymouUi B Internal expanding, 
hydraulifl four-wheel brakes are of 
the same baste dedgn aa those 

Chrysler uses for Its new Imperial. 

•77.' '70' and '86.' They are the out- 
come I, : -.c-.-ial yearh' tc.!.-, to de 
velop a 1)1 ak'- which Will ^;l\c pra. ■ 
ticHlly lix-)lp!iK)| .seiAice An e.xt.en- 
sioii of tl\p britkc .Mippoit over each 
drum, in form of h Iioumm^', excludes 
the dirt, dust and water and assurse 
ths driver ef positive brake eeatral 
ever all wheels under all weather 
simdMienSi aaperlmenta have shown 
that It tha ear were left standhig in 
a tirsam aad water should find an 
entrance, It would be rapidly throws 
out when motion was resumed. 

"Plymouth hydraulic brakes are 
equipped with specially moulded, 
squsakless linings, operate upon 
light pressure of the f(v • and of 
course, always have efiiiaii/<"d pre.s- 
•ure apphfd to them I otiger brake 
shof life and fewer adjustments 
^ nan bsfoTb ate also among the lia> 

lures." 



PONTIAC REPAIR 

COSTS mm 



Averaged |.«0M Per Mile in 



f the stamina built 
1 • ,six is revealed 
1 1 II I' co,.f of 1 hn 



^^u•thel 
into the I on: 

in the low n, 

Pontiac wh^ 

Goodrich silver fleet of llfteeii tire- 
testing cars back to Akron, O.. after 
a gruelllag trip of 30,IM miles whleh 
ladtUMaoaM of the worst roads la 
forty-thraa oiaioo, lloika and 

Canada. 

riif , kr'pt accurate re< ord Cf 
iiiaHi'. I I . cxpcn.T V ii has 
b.""!'!! ( ' m !' (1 Into .1 .'-I' M't 

showing that the mecluinical repair 
The ' trouble with soms motorists I cost of the Pontiac big six averaged 
% that they dOat stop to tbiak and only gMM per aiila for tha ontKa 
thay doot tbtak ta flop. itrip. 



OBTAINED WITHOUT 
SACRlFiCE OF QUALITY 



CAPABILITy 



ar 



b 



\ PKODnc 




Alter months of experimsntal 
w< 1 It. the Chrysler Oorperatlen this 

week is IntrodiicinR thr lowest- 
priced six-cylinder car in lU history, 
a car that possesses engineering ds- 
sign hsrstofore associated only with 
higher priced cars. The announos- 
ment confirms reosnt reports that a 
loadhv aMMafaehoor was pla nn i n g 
to entw the tov-pvloaf Hx-qrlMir 

field. 

Neir, from fMmt to laar bumper, 
the Chiyilar 81* is naar en display 
la the salesreoms of TTies. PHmley, 

Limited, n-r h-A: styles in at- 
tractive color ( ' iiiilu. lii I loo.- , and 

fnaiiiiinis; ni.t!i\' ftlnemtNi' s In ni'" 
flunlr'as det.iii ^\..\ a(ii>f a : !in> " ar" 
on"red Mod' I' ,1 ailable incliid" 

the three-window Xour-door sedan, 
the coupe with 'rumble seat, bosinsss 

coupe, phaeton and roadster 

With thi. n"!* I SI Chrysler en- 
gineering rexoijt -e.' the f'.r.' 
hnve brouj'lit to imrrhaaers a low - 
rnri-d » X ' vUnder car ' without 
•acruice of quauty, perfesBiaaoe or 
riding eoBifert. Viewed from avoey 
angle, the ajp o ama w Ol Ito ear 
dlsttowttve, wtkh fun strsamllao 

efTecf 

All itindel.^ have been placed on 
the market after thousands Of mlleS 

of mountam road taats. In whleh the 
cars were sub)ested tg aalieiae eper- 

atlnff ertndltlona. makinK ''nr r.f 

their pom-sr. safety and romfoi t over 

ail kinds of r' ad.- In addi 1 i r . 
hnu^Mve "Xf^f^rlrnents Pave Ijeen < oi' 

laboi atone.s to insure the dependable 
and sattifactory spaiatlao of aU 
parU entsriag UHo ftaiaollitt el the 
ear. 

Outatandlng fea'^r^-^ of ih" n.r-i 
Chrysler Blx Inelnde ».ien; « 1 .ne a! 



d your expectations 



eyon 

ii0Hliiiii9*4|iiicl( ill Q9l uwBjf 4#ll0lit to hofKll#* Tlwjf rf^liycf thstf iM^AWT #ffof1lMdy Ofid 
obc¥» cill DEPENDABLY. Th«y ora •eonofnicel d KmI ond oil. An4» wMi Ihtir liitomol-«x- 
ponding four-wheal hydraulic brokas and tha baouty of thafr tllMit, safe A%Bne*MM« Staal 
ioditv w ow ri f ofMl MMrtor Ihwi cvtr before th«ir lew pricM ora oU th« mor* turprififit. 

A NEW ROOMIER SIX 



'1065 



AN 0 Ur, P. O. ». P ACTOtY 

fen r oo wln ati b mm/Wimu omd Mfof/ ef Its A4eno-Piec« 



UNMATCHED at Ht pHee InHie Ml 
eivei Doay* 

UKMATCHCD at iti price in obdity to meet •> p et f ir w a n ce re^wlrei i ie etg . 

A NEW EIGHT-IN-LINE 

*1400 



AN 



f o. g. p A i r ony 



UNMATCHED nf 
UNMATCHTD nt .t^ 
eighf in line moh 



■)<)min«»»\ ond (■ ornpl«f«?n^<(i of nppolntm^nf 

«nt / end tii^onnm-f Qchitvad by ifs odvancad-dofign 



price for li^xury, r? 
pric m f f'f tha effic i 
wit'i rn ide-Mi down droft «. orb'if wtion 

UNMATC HF D atnong eiyht* of popular price in the dependability that u typical of every 

Dodge Brothers car. 



« » « 



twlles in.Mila''- 



I ti 



tlif 



H. A. DAV^r,, LIMITED 



1 

MO Yataa Straat, ksiw Jebeaea teaat, ViMk, %SL 



tT*S BtTTtR 



i i C A U S L 



I T 



ae.tiftff 



CANADIAN 



m n f 

and cushioned m nihl-n«T the nondi" 
rl!.e rii.<f (I! '-Mit .-ri pt -'f^y on 
enameled parts, a high-conpression 
83 - horsepower enA; hfdrauUc 
four - whasl latssiial • — p*nd*pg 
speelal type hrdranhc shock- 

■bers. and positive fuel pninp 
8we»'pinit IkkIv hnej* arf arrentn 
ate<l by the niodern nmro* rmdidl.ir 
profile. ro»l twir; liood and bolv 
molding' 

The new engine. Incorporating the 
latest Chrypler features. Is the Z«- 
heatf type with a bars ol S% Inches, 
a strehe ef 4*i tnches and a dis- 

pla.ement vf ;a^6 cnhlf inche., 
6.A.E. rating Is Z3. 44 -horsepower. 



DODSe BRDTHeRS 

UPHOUSINft C-V»AY TAAOITiaN OP- DOOfi* I3»P»NI3Ai3iLITY 



ORAY BltOTH£KS 
B«. 



CAMPBKLL KIVKK blAOK AND TAXI CO., LIi>. 



McFAMi^lNlb^^^M^ LTD. 

A. E. HUMPHRIES MOTORS, LID. 




THE DAILY O0IX>NIST. VICTORIA, B.C. SUNDAY. APRII, 6, 19J0 



Alloy Bodiea May — 
Eliminate Much 
Decorative Work 



Stainless Steel in Automobile Construction May 
Render Neither Paint, linamel Nor Lacquer 
Necessary Rainbow Colors Which Require 
Lacquer Finishes Will Tben Disappear 



Hard Surface Finishes 
Have Progressed Rapidly 



^ «r a T. w. 



n* NMk AmMM W ilii M W AMmw.) 

DETROIT, Mi< h . April 5.— The rtutton ««• wMoh hM been 
predicted a.s the rrsult (,r thp use of .sliilnless st^fl in 
nuJtorcar.s, may brlii^ witli it auluniobiles on which neither 
paint, enurru'I v.ur lacquer will bv used. The P^^Mltty ifM TlllOOed 
In a paper read belore the recent mcrtinK of the American .society 
for teeting materials here. A rt'.vaic h i-xpert pointed out that it 
was not out of tho way to . xpt-ia tliat alloy metals may be piTOduced 
tb**_w Ul allow the mauulacture of aiitotnobllp bodies requlrlnj? no 
flaMl other than bumlshlnR. From tins it i.s evident tliat the ex 
perlmenters are on the track of inetluxis to give flbMl JBltalf Con- 

trasl value in brilliancy to replace the ralobow eotalivi vhici^ 
iMqnar llzaMiea now are u^jed. 




( 



f 

I' 

r 



wiu. COST 

Btae Sat auei and pajr lor iron 
an fftmlHar tertns, and the sden- 

tlst« are c«'rtHij« to sf|/f> (hr npiuir- 
liinlt.y of serine wli.vt Ihrv < .m dii 
to give inefnl.s ni'irc CMhir life If 
melallurKV < an prdflucc t wo-tone 
or thrj'e tone rout i a,-t.s tdat can 

approach proMnl laoquer buss In 
pls as lng ^ipearaaos, H vlU be re> 
CWded as a itep forward. It VlU 
mean that larqut^riiii? and ^natnel- 

Injf of bodii's ati'l N nil' i-i . ari \>c 
<\^^\^)('\\M■^\ with Tlic ro^i of ,in t-x 

[H-IL'^U r ()I M( r SI, Mi ll h.l.s to In- 

-utfcguttrdrd ti iti, !:r<- while it la •>€- 
mg done niHy b»- eliminated. The 
time flC "^^f v**^vi iiin|| % eas san be 
out town. All this, possibly, ean 
be soMneted from the cost of tbe 
llnUhed model, with tht result Uiat 
savings tan }n- rn 
ainni? to car txivt'rs 

The logical development fOr IDCh 
a trend would Im In the pnsont 
eiasB of sport cart, m these the 

Ufhter-hued lacquers now :iri- < im« 
bined with bright work In kel 
and Hliitiilnuni .shades. Por .some | 
tvi)CH ttiat are cu.stom-buU' luul ! 
ihrrcforp cust innrr than stock 
incKlels. we have entire txxlies 
tUilAbed in the hue of alumlttom to 
which cootrast Is given bjr piatbiR 
radlatair% bonvsn, tab caps and 
othsr parts with elthar chromium or 
nickel. This alntnlnum paint, not 
metal 

\V<>( r.I> KKDI ( K I.AHOK 



I "Ml.' 

Prl 

• diye 

open 

now. 



('"a-liik' ni'Mal 'he wju t!iTo;i^h 
;is now (loin- In ■■ anii iion - 

corrosive .slet-Ls already In use, 
eventually may prove to be an even 
more important ecionomle advance 
hi oar manufacture than the tatro 
daelion of the nltro-oeUuIose hmtv 
flnlshee. These finishes of vannus 
kiii'ls ri itiipo.sin f|ir "iiiriju'T 
r.Ulir.-, ■ ! rvolii' toiil/Cii bo,jv-()!lll(l- 

ii'.K I i:fir i|:ii.k 'II -, iia.' ijiiaii'itY; 
■ it .Io*i) the tunc ill Willi h a body 
rouLi t)f '-oior-flnl.sht'd to one day. 
Prior to th at It tooa lour to nine 
and twenty-two dUfsrent 
oparatlons as compared to nineteen 
now. nils Improvement bccan In 
1923 The prtx-e.vs cost mor-- ftmn 
the fonnrr painftnR method, tint 
'hr- saviTik.' !M liMif r:!-i;«> than ((,111 
pensated lor this 



larquti.s aLv> brought liard-sur- 
ra( cd nnishes that withstood veath> 
cr without etraaktar or iMing 
Ukewlss thsgr wars 
Injury with the exception of a! 

rohol drip from radiator.s In Winter 
CUKOMIUM USED 
By similar protreesiaa. chromium 

which is the chief component of the 
«Jloy resulting in stainles,s st4>f! 
VbrtUaHv ha.<( ousted nirkcl plaH/a' 
from file ni(Ki(Mn cai, 'Hus hcw-in 
t" h.ipp'-ii !)u<i> scars ago \-] 

I I ' • I admit ttiat Chromium plate 
h.o advantagns over nlokel. al- 
though, like the laeqaer, it eosts 
more. lis eldsf superiorities are 

hssder and better wi'.ii ■hk; .surface 
than nickel, together wltli mirror- 
like brilliancy that aMlM II SOn 

dcr<irat 1', c 

I''or till' r< ii >o!i the aiilo dc.sigric! .s 

iikf It and Its ufie has spread. It is 
virtually standard for radiator 
shells, hsartlam p s . door handlss and 
tat some interior hardware parts 

The application nf it (.. i roin . (.;;. 
has been copied bv oihfi md i\t;i. 

Chronuuin plat*- is pni on iiv . 
tri|)l«' platiUK i)riH'('s.s w hlrh un oh < ■ 
poli.shinK flr.st, copper plating, but 

hng, nickel p'f *-'pg, ntckal ^itwi^ g 
and flMHf oe dtromlum. 

AMOYR IN FNOIFfU 

I iitnif'iis cT-ioinuin research 
w -1 ificivf tidin tfic (-oiiiiiined 
.•u i .iiics n.ating and tbe produc- 



tion of iwsficss metal will broaden 
Its field to Include the estsnstoB of 
aUoys for use In englnss beeause of 
hardness and resistance to heat. 
They are belni? adopted for valves 
and valve .scat-s 

nv thf iiM- of I hronuum and al- 
ii of the .same family, tlif .scien- 
lists hojx- to effect economies 
enough throwk'ii rus^prooflng to 
conserve the world's eivpiy of iron. 
It has besn slated that the most 
Important metals In the world to 
day from the standpotn' r,f val i'' m 
preserving; iron aid f.\<^f'\ Firi 
chromium nr.^t, nickel second and 
third. 



man. 



w-i 



I 'Id I ,ad'.' My desi 
iMti 1 \ oil K'> raiKh* •> 
'.■■ii!ih»'i C'.K.i 1 ricd lia: 11 har.! 

lad-,, bur aiuT the tenth drink the 

road wen! rrooksd and X 
I'he advent oX { steer tbs thing. 




WMCakM" A R^vercomb, Ltd. 

-The House WM a Peliey* * 
Motor Car and Badio l i nfMH Whilsaris Xxciumv^iT 



H4S Yatpn St. 



Pheas 



DW«At» MAOIUY A 

I7H Bimi ltr<-<-t Vt.torin 



ANY 




ANNOUNUm 



A Remarkable New l-Ton 

FEDERAL 



I 



6 Cjliadwi 
80 Hon 



hi MoMT Xaririag 



4^pcei'l Tr 7»n<in;i|i'M 
4-'Wlir,<i flvlrauiic 
6-Inth i' rame 
FtoD Flonttng Re«r Ajrie 



CAMERON MOTOR CO. 



Vasioo«y«ir St. 



UP TO STRAIN 



Hlchway Train Operated on Murlda 

sf Novsl Cbarasisr Tssi- 



be t we cu Miami 

and Jacksonville, until recently, 
frequently met With a novel freight- 
carrying caravan. It made two trips 
a week un an esact sehedule of 

eighteen h( lUH pir Mp OeVT the M0> 

mile route 
Till caravan was made up of three 

five ton trailers with a "rmMiwi 
load averaging SSfVSBiesSD toiM^ and 
all three healed, trailer fashion, bv 
a PaeicaTd eight sedan Ttvt hlgii 
way train wa.s owned and operated 
by Mr A. W Parker, lormcrly of 
Jack.sonvUle and nQIT Of Detroit. 

"Our gss^lns oonsunpUon was 
about eight ndlss a gaHon when 
heavily loaded and nine to eleven 
lightly loaded, depending un 
and vekKtty, which 



aLso made 
i m Sfwed-" 

' Mr. Pailter has movsd with an of 

hla eQulpnieiit to Di-n.in. Hj.d ine 
run from I-'loi ida to .Mi !i!t.'aii was 
.somewhat of a reroid In om-: 
laud Irelglil huullii;.- in U.sed 
The I'ai kard .sedan and tw'i of the 
tiaUers were loaded with J4x. Park- 
er's effecu. Tbe load totaled a.000 
P""'**^^ Imi In four and a half days 
after Isavlng Jaeksonvtlle. the Paek- 

aift and Its heavv 'andcm of vans 
pulled inio DfUuit, wuliuut miihap 

and wiui iJ I- motor purring. 

Tbe Packard oar. eoe of Packard's 
first sights. Is a alandavd oar b 
every rsspsot. It has e speedoaieter 
reading wril over 100,000 miles, and 

Mr I'arkei- sa\s H ha-, h.td p:ac- 
tically no ciiil foi .si-i \ i. i not even 
tlie xi nidiuK of \a:'. > , tile last 
tiMHK) niilei, despiLe Hms heavy duty 
n ha.s been called upon to perform. 
I'he clntohu tntnaDslssion, <«tff«eals 
and difftrenUab have never been 
touched, although thev have per- 
formed seven tune.s Uie work for 
whloh they were designed 



Tt may .s< 
ttie wl.se.st ! 
dumbest 



111 a paradox, but 

iib.'iiid is usually the 



MHTHKAM 



what H Is tedegr. declares one edl« 
tor. Personally, we think the glrll 
are just about as much t^ blame. 
— . t. 

AmoQg a certain BsliSmo tribe 
north of the ArcUc circle, the wort 
'to love ' is said. "RaetsrhMhalBD- 
peubedsaqper Imagine en MhM 
in a parked ear up there toying M 
tell It to the baby on his right! 



A .steniHtrapher aocuMs her hus* ^ 
band of .slapping her while she was • 

^<w^fUOTtta ***** 



aatm. 
ViMlHwl 



> > ^ QUALITY IS THL 



"I see where a motorist won a 
11.000 prtze for braverf iMl WHiC" 
"How d he win it?" 
'"When a traffic cop stopped him 
the other day he told the gttf i 
ly what he thoogbt of WSF 



BEST POLICY < •< < 



GAAMAM 

After Three Years of Preparation Now Gi 



VC5 



an Impressive Object JLessoj^ in Greater Vaiue -Giv ing 



THFRF(ouJ»f hi- (i(> In tttT time than this to 
give prat tu al pr<H>f that by -strict atttier- 
enOB to quality slatidaxds in ma&sed manu- 

tearing, motor cart aw riM «bM tbe 

commonplace ia qiuUICf %aA gCill |w held 

<Jown in price. 

Motor cars have bocotne 5uch an imperstivr 
oocessity in our national life that the moment 
igfeftnaatt ly ripe for thn impressive dcmoa- 
stration of greater lartfttMOl'^BlM Hhtth 
the Graham brocbtn «• now tbt* to gim 
The way has been tvell paved for this exhibi- 
tion of greater value-giving by nearly three 
yearsspeni in perfecting their plant processes 
— eogioeetiag,clMggigc«MMttiicdofiand body 
building COfflUncd — and by th« -»«*ir^ 
turing voltime !<warded thigGtaiMMM bflBOM 
than 160, ()()() owners. 

Ihose valuable years were preceded by an 
czperieoce of more than tweo^yearsin which 

tiMf hftf* tritd •MMChr to hcM fcgt ill prac- 

tice to the conviaion that aualJty is th« ' 
policy in qunatiQr pflodoctaos aa (a 

tiling else. 

Thisconviction was verified by flie amazing 
MOOggg thnt dtfended their entry into the auio- 
sodve iodostY whca tbay boilt ap la if* 
years' time, under their own name, one of dM 
largest truck businesses in the vrorld. 
it was confirmed when theJr first year «« 
independent mou>r car manufacturers was 
ftWifdMl bf llie largest first year's sales ever 
givea aajr auuai&cturer in the indagcfy^aad 
hy a second year's voIoom fei|| guMMtt. 
In th<)se progressive years. Inspired by the 
encouragement of as fine a following of 
owners as any manufaaurer ever had the 
good foftune to gather together, the G^h^rrt 
fis I i Itifngit luith Ttf hicric^« |r tt ^ ftt. 
They owe all thet they htm to their paMie 
and they pass on now. at a moment when they 
believe it will be most appreciated, the fruits 
of their experience, in a line of cars so obvi- 
ualy superior la valao Am diey edTeitige 




^ss^aH* 1395 



dy oihei os f toa U M th* 
viikh bavo gaided d|« 

^ w 1 tlielr maimiicnirioa 

— a qaasssr of a cennu-T. Thtj har* 
•rjPJfJ following (bousands of 

eenBSlaspc owo«r*. This bMutiful carha* 
mMtwWbas.. Ml fi'«-P«s«n««r cap-dty. 
•OOrs^smtdir&raham-buiU body, vrtDt incr«Ni*ed 
jgy yfyc l BSiirs Iwures to lasy igOf lllc^Adji 



hoLitcry .Vren-heaHng crsi 

with (vfliulcif 5 "-I, » v' j 



boxe 



OallTtrMl at Victoria, Puil; 



txi 2 07 cubic iiichct flsnlsremeia7 
• It ioconc 



four wide 
width and 



systrtn and ■ 



aratca 66 bonepowar. 
Uraham'a n«w«M deve(pjiessun in rirh.,r*» 
doo and manifeddlnfcsM Other enn i nr « , 
fMiurea decidedly nocomosoo CD it. pt<.« 
claas. ipdndio^ ^ pressure lubru ..i ,r» 
TibratinadaasaaBarla the dutch. Batr. i. 4. 

charge tor Slmttfiv 
Se lire and drc . y»»r# 
0>ap« at aoiu* pricae 



ipdudio^ m 

I daaspeaer ia th 

jDivroaj oyarauilc DrS* * 





.mm 



Complcse 

TAe GrmAmm Stamdani Six Vmiveru$l 



PlPBMefAaner proof .Safpry 

»1495 



ttmUr fraoiportafion Mcd wtdlt sdodllas* 
ia« perfoirauHK* and ffMfkam Graham 
eesMeiy end leMafclfiiy.- Its teas4lvwdL 
tmrdy Graban-buih body i« hm%mif^ 
finislMd aad wiamed with mttheir 
uphfflsseryj Msty-ele 



at VUtorfa, 



o ^ 

themselves at prices SO gtrfldogfy attfMdvO 
tli.M tfx-v rr;>res( nt ■ m p reggjfO OnjeCt intuag 



in greater value-givi ng. 




■•i ^Tllie'eiZei ••■••o- lododad ie 



bydraalic brakes! ,,,, f « h*f>|h«s«< 
Oe*a« e w g l oas ar* triad and nu«, bsvic^ 
bM-n ..refbUy dsvel up eJ. redned mk 
*2P«B*e<i ovsr a Iqs« pseiod m * 

, hamp«t \, ![nir«i tira aad tfge MMg 

prloai Jtao^tt 




pAHAMl 



may^S RAHAst six awq g vEav oaAMAH 




Thi> Craham Standard VJght %mdan 
- rb<.«# wK<> may ha*« Mt debafiwd \gf 
l^lfb pru^ from rb« yrry best aa oi^h^ 
CThndcr car can deliTcr, will be sospds^ 
and perhaps even atartlad by dwsK 
deocyoftlteDssr Graham Bight. loavesy 
sense of brflUaae aad respoosiva pst^ 
formanoe—ia elaairada of aosvar and 

IlS^^iL^^V^"^"^ P«w»r wiM 

ij*«_^«gb; C| lladar ear of th«- h,«t,,,t p,.,,istr «f,.ir 



2395 



a» Vlataria* 



r i it b { 
I 



poca ttf s <«*es inrtiidej w liiHTered 



Asn fhr prirr ,.f rb» 
iiytSrri »r»- \ ^ , 4 14, „ 

i"R fin! 100 h-.r^f 

■ '>'i aii otbar Urahaa 
< • eptional perfbi 

f I '1' 1 ef I >pf ifn 

f ' ' ."I t r 



•uolsa^ 



Pow^rj whh 
^ ead BMaMfa 



iirahaSB SpaUv AsMwI 

iy MiaimmndMfTS 
^^^^psi% sMie ilse MM 



New Models Now un Display 





OPBN SVBNINQt 



LLMITED 




24 



THE DAILY COLONIST, vlCTOJtlA> B.C. SUNDAY, APRIL 6. 



GRAHAM ENTER!; 
ANOIUEE FIEID 




ON 



LAY HERK BT 



fold IfrmltnK C' 
Temperiiture 



(iraluun Is enlfriiiK ii lowci pilce 
r\(ld. with new body iiuxV-N on the 
Slandard six clmvib A foiir-dLHir 
tour-wUulow wdaii atui :i four (l'K)r 
VlX«VtlMlOW Wdan, botri !ivc i)a.'..seti- 
to b« knowa renpec- 
M tiM town WdHI ftnd the 

■a. OtlMT anr body 
models of tiM ll>an<lw< Mt Hm are 
the busUMM ^pops Md tiM rORbl' 
leat coupe. 

The new models now on display in 
'whe showrootuR of Kvp Bros , Ltd . 
ihare wltli all other CiiHiiaiu ^lxl•.^ 
and eights the dlfitinctive .safety Ira 
lure of lanilnatort hhiilterpnK)! safe- 
ly Klans Lu every doi)r and window. 
IS well as in tin- wmdshirhl.s 

In this new iirf.st'uiallon by tJ^>■ 
Onbam Brothers Ui seen practical 
that by strict Mlberence tu 
uidardi In naased manu- 
notor ears can rlae above 
the fwmrvn'p'"^ in quality and 
•tm be iMld doim in price. 

The way for thla demonstration of 
combined qiialitv und low prlre.s ha.s 
be«'n paved bv thr < inihains durnii^ 
the Ia.st thrt'o v<iu s In Itial time thfy 
have twrff(lc<1 thfir nianufai t\ir - 



•edau they offer, on » 115-Inch 
wheelbase, a fuU nvt-paMcnger car 
with four wide dotwn and a roomy, 
sturdy. Oraham-biUU body in which 
ar« Incorporated many exclialve 
(eaures oi oonstrucUon that insure 
lone liXe. 

cars are powered by a sU- 
motor which develoiis sixty- 
six adwa knka luMamt rnt r . The 
power pianfc ll 
and eowMsnloal 
f eoted and refined. Iti 
nent features are the seven bearing 
crankshaft; Interchangeable bronxe 
backed main bearlngii. prefisiirr 
lubrication; four-pfiUU .suspciislon. 
and the nishlonlng of the fMT 
glne mountings on rubber 

All main. connecLinK iwl and 
lamshaft bearings, as well a.s the 
timing chain, water pump hhaft 
and valve tappets are luuncatcd 
from a submsried fear pump a 
guarded flit tab* aad fln radiator of 
ami4e siae coda tte w iyoh is 

circulated by a IJIMIIM dliwn CSntrl- 

fugai pump. "Wie eyll uitsrs arc 

waU-r -jacketed the full length C<th* 
j bores and the cwltng system in- 
cludes a thermostat. 
I 'rhc most Important mechanical 
I cluinge 18 the adoption of un ail 
vanced form of manilold heal lon- 
( trol which reKulati :% tht; L«-iupera- 
j lure of the fuel mixture This heal 
control was dcvelop*"d by (iraham 

I engiacmi. ud was nrst sbown on 

the 

this 

Both the tevB aad anlmtal se 

dans are completely equipped with 
shatterproof safety plate glass. Of 

tly hiKhisl quality plate, the glass 
doe.s not ob.sciire nor distort the 
vision ot the driver, and .since it is 
huninated. all i Lsk and danger from 
breakiiiK Kla.s.s i.-, rflpctually removed. 
Thi.s .saiety t'hi.ss Is provided, not 




Find Still Another Use for Motor Trucks 




Burgess Bedtime Sforics^ 

Flip Finds a Strange Fellow 

By THOXNTON W. BUXOKSS 



Be careful of tlie way you grtet 
Tbe Stranger whom you t hance 

- Bowser the iiound 



to 



Inn proccK.se.s cukuh c! ihk chas.sl.v | j,, (|,(. u ind.-^hleld. but In every 



coiiKtructlon and body Innldini; and 
accjuhed the manutiici iii ink viiluini* 

•aorded by more tlum 160,000 



ci f.MiNATioif «r inrAi.s 

The ( iraham quality rv uh in cd in 
the town M-ilan i:, tlif ( ulrniiialion of 
all Uie quail! V u hl. h have 

guided the (i;.d;,iias thioughniU 

their manufacturiug career 
of • eentwy. m tht 



of a 



Chmnge 
Your 
;Oil FUter 
iCartridge 
Every 

10,000 
Miles 



'Aft«r tUs flrilaage die illsrli« 

I unit c emam to 5iii^ion ss h has be- 
■nefillml with<]irt,nliiiigpaiidab- 
k wmair« material taken from the oil. 
Replaeing the cartridge every 
I lO.fioO tniles meana 
MTtng in w«wr, !<<•• 
I fnmeat rrtpmir bills 
■■d real oil eoon- 
I omy aa tb« notor 
oil cmm be WMI 



door and window of all Cirahiim 
car^ 

Rubber dough, ft new plastic ma- 
terial, is used liberally in the con- 
struction ot the bodies, being ^iread 
wherever wood and metal parts are 
Joined or make contact with OMh 
other. Rubber dough hM tlM qnal- 
Uy of remaining 8o(t during the life 
of the car It therefore serves as 

an efTi'ctlve preventative of noises. 
cIlininHtini^ i.hr >s.sibillly ol bquealts 

OI laitii'^ ix'tA'cn diflmnl nnriMn 

of 1-he f 1 aiiiework 

j The exlinor appiaiaiiie of (iia 

I ham s lat.e.^.! orleiiiifs MriMnmi.v 

I new and uracetii! Ha'i 

: the V-shaped contour wluch has aJ- 
bom a dlsUngulshlng feature 
of Orahagi can, but their outline is 
new. TlM chnmtam-plated shell 
sweeps across the flront at top «sd 
bottom in harmoolous eurm. Tbe 
Ite bar supportllSg the fttml lamps 
enhances the general efrect. since It 
18 arched, and at Its centre hab been 
placed the Oraham emblem 



ANBW Idea in the handling of building material has been put into effect iti Vancouver by Evans, Cole- 
Ttian ft Svaos* I r i mit tti Instead of hauling gravel, sand and cement separately to the job, where the 
ingredients are pot into a OM Wt e mixer, the company has erected a large mixer at its gravel bunkers w iieic 
the concrete is manafsctared. Th« wet mix is hauled to the Job in two-yard dump trucJks. Theae have been 
speciiUy built by Hayes MsnHf a ilgila g Cooipaav. ▼aDoowvar. They are powered^ with U horaepower Con- 

^ high>apeed road service. Vortr awaa far knr aaa ba aasily 
wheire conditions permit. 



u: 



DE SOTO HAS 

mi wm 



of low I'ricrd 
bixes Are 



One «f the Aaracterlstlcs of a 
good Una of automobiles is that the 

bodies shall be so designed that they 

w!'; II' exa<!i' 'i.c needs oi the 
. , ia.;.> : ' i^ve It to the 

itor.s retain i user to ailai/ l.iniM If U> whatever 
body types may be ottered. Intelli- 
gent study of the iequirempnt.<! of 
mo(aKl8ta» and of the uses to which 
the ear may be put— whether for 
bii.sincss or recreatlcm. for indlTldual 
or iHiiiily use— Indicates the types 
that niu.st be p; n: id' (i 

'Die liM.ie ( li!,t ;', t).Hlv fleMKii.s and 
stvlc.-, iiieel these p.u t '.culail/ed ri - 



ACCIDEIST DEATH 
TOLL NOW FOLR 



SSATTIM, April gr-nia death 
toll In the Seanle-'nooma Highway 

automobile accident, Sunday, mount- 
ed to four last nlRht, when Bert 
Ayers died in a ho.spltal here Mrs 
Helen Ayrs, hLs widow, wa-s critic^ 
ally Injured in the .same accident 
and 18 the only one of the party of 
five now .surviving. Others who lost 
their live.s in the cra.'ti weie M;>..« 
Dtiris Limiberc. Mi."? Tina 



frotn the body standpoint so com- 
pletely that the requirements of 
practically all prospaottve buyam can 

be met perfectly. In the slx- 

cyllnder line tlieic l.s a roartNter, 
two tvpes of .sedaii.'^. l^o loupc... a 
.sedan coach and a piiactxm In the 
new straight eight luie with the 
mono- piece steel body, Chrysler en- 
gineers hava pcov^fied a roadster, a 
aadan, a da kna aadM. business 
coupe, de how ooupa, aiBMrttble 
coupe and a phaeton. 

These two lines of cars represent 
the combined efforts of eighty 
Chryriar daalgnan and a ngte e eia in 

iKrththe six and eight-cylinder fields. 
The body types permit a wide choice 
and provMa for avaqr aotoring 

purpo.sp 



ABE FOUND GUILTY 



NEW YORK. April 5.— Arthur 
Rager. Joseph ttallak and Sdward 

II liejmold, defence attomeya in 

tlie recent Utah lead mall fratid 



quirements, tne more coinJorL and . , , , 

--- derive ' ^'•''"•^ f'lmid i. ' v of Jury 

brit)erv in a \eiji(i ii-!uiiied today 

! by a Ki iifvfil Court jury. 



convenience 
from hla. 
the amooat 

give.? will 
type of body. 
hen.sivf lino 



the 



will 

In nany instances 
cf aatttfaetloB a car 

jBfclrely ui"H>n the 
WlOl a really conipre 
of iKxlles at hi.s dis- 
buvf! 



Arr^Bt of Gang 
Members Thought 

To Solve Thefls 



bank 



Din KM M r Apii! f- -Thu ( 
robbcni" , the liuUliip of a po- 'al 
suhstati in and a dozen b:isiiie.>,s 
places and the robbery of u bus 
pital payroll were believed to have 
been .solved lodav bv ttie arrest ot 
a gaiiK ot Ine II, 1 II and two women, 

one of the latter a former niursc. 

Thoee under arrest are Turp 
Jones, twanty-thraa'.year-old former 

student nurse at Providence Hos- 

pu.tl Edith Ca.splus, thuu Ji,. 
li.j.idj . -■"r,;'..ir'n l.conarr; i\ 

Samiirl il;'iii;a'. :i'id HailV linpii- 

The iiirinbers of the gang have 
confessed 
police said 



Mother: "Your neck Is Uacker 
thaa anal tv^day." 

IJttla Bon: "No, mamma. It Is 
only because I have got a clean col- 
lar on." 



Flip the Terrier, who had cone to 
Ufa at farmer BrownX had laaraad 

at the Green Meadows and the 

Orecn Krirej;l However lie still Imd 
a great d«il lo leai n He wouUln t 
ndnilt U He Is one of tlu^se who 
likes to think hinu>clf vtiv wi.se 
The re.sult is that. e\ciy omt- m h 
whiia Flip get6 into trouble. Flip 

didat Uka to admit that Bowaer 
knew aMva than ba did. 

It happamd ana SMmtaig that 
Bowser and fll^ Mil ovar to the 

Green Foreac. TOO see. it was 

Spring and p«Thap.s a little of the 
Spring fever lia;l takMi i x iv^t s.slon 
ot Ihein Aiiywa>'. llii \ ti it that 
they jiist had to I'o lo see what i gueer 
they (iiiild luui Now, Hl>'A^,cl l.i 
dignified and s«;tlate and rarely gets 
excited, unless he .smells the scent 
Of Baddjr FOK or Mrs. Fogc Qn the 
other hand. Flip la a Tary lively 
little chap. So, while Bowser trotted 
alonK. .sniff Inst here and .snitliiiK 
there, h'llp i.or.l alioii! He wmiiUI 
ila.sh off to the :elt He umild da.sll 
ol t to tlie lU^lit He Would lace 
ahead alontf the l.one l.lttle Path. 
He had made one ol tlie.se little 

dashes off to one side and disap- 
peared from Bowser's sight. Pres- 
ently Bowser heard him barking ex- 
citedly. At first Bowser merely 

Krinned and paid no attention to it, 
see 111" lidd tM i iiiiir q ii'*- u .cii 
i" heariiifT l''h|i hull k lii V 

KveiythiiiK at all atrange to Flip 
would make him bark excitedly. 
When, however, he noticed that FUo 
seemed more exdtad thaa uaUM. 
Bowser deeidad to go see what it was 
all about Re dldnt hurry. He 
ilidif 11 1- ' v a bit. 

VV'!h II l''!ip heard Bnw.ser coming 
ll-' barked iiimic cxi itedly tlian ever 
"Hiury up, lio\vs»i hurry up!" he 
barked. "I v<* got a queer fellow 

conMiad here. Hurry up and well 
fight hlmr 

Bowaer dldnt hurry a bit, but 
when he came in stRht of Wp he 

turned hLs head • ,i! V] ;i w - N'tht 
see him grin I-'h|i \« :i ■ il, lining 
around nn old acquain' ,ui. >■ ■! Hnw- 
ser'.s Thi.s old acqualntayce was a 
curious looking fellow Just then. He 
looked aa if someooa had brushed 
his tong hair in tha wroog direction. 
It was aU standing on end. Before 
Bowser could say a word, Plip made 
a saddan Uttla rudi tawarda thla 




Wp 



lelluw. IJowM'r oiH-ned his 
inouih to warn FUp to keep awa> 
but Flip's oounga failed him at the 
last aaJBUla aai ha joagpad a» ace 



SPORTING FANS 
HAVE AIR MONDAYi 




HMvyweigbt, and 

it wm aa 



I .1(1 u 



liesci H>i;i)n of fhn 
' wi-i-i 1 I iii.s r>onnf I . 

Ilea 1, »^ rl>.; ' h (U.ill'.plon of tlUi 

and lioward Canloawlne sd 



"Come on, Bowaer!" cried 1-Tip 

"You take him from one side and 
I'll take lilm from the otlici Did 
you ever .s<-<" .siuli a quet-r fellow? 
Did you ever .see .such hair? It s the 
queerest coat I ever saw «ome ol 
that hair looks too stUf to area 
bend." 

Meanwhile, this queer fellow hai! 
decided to teach Flip a lesson. With- 
out anv warning he backed toward 
Flip Khp jiimpeil lu one .side just 
in time He wiLS .in a.stoni.shed tliai 
lor till- moment he lorgol to bark 
He .sUxKl at a iesp«M:Uul distance 
and stared round-ayad at thla quaar 
f ellcnr wte haakad lowarda hias Ib- 
staad 9t nuudng haadflrst toward 
him. When nip found his tongue 

cited th,;ui e\ei 

"Did YOU si e tiiatt* ht barked. 
"Did vo.j .se<' that? "niat fellrm' w i 
trying to fight backward. Wh ^ 
heard of such a thing? And see 
hov rtmr and dumay ha ia. What's 
lie doing now? What is ha poking 
his head under that loir forf Does 
he think he's hidhir''" 

(Copviight, 19.30. T A' Burgess). 



For 
w I est ; 
b<-ri,v 
world, 
the 

stuail KJB 9am annwinwr. be- 
iievaa tootbaB togi wtn ba avpro 

jirlate. Tliey will bo necessary, he 
.sa\s. to help hitn wiih.stAnd the flv- 
U\n i.u Kif ,-, I : the two grapplers 
Uo'b .1 . . \ ,M I ,, .it this fiirm of at- 
tack l.i : . h' of then chcKc ^ild- 
iron Uauiing. AJid one of Uicm ls 
liable 10 dive out of the ring during 
baglnDiag at 8;M. 
a BMote of tha 
AU-American alaf sn vfella playing 
ad Dartmouth and aaagOBwlaa made 
tha niyihu-ai Teat 40iBC Ma 
gridiron days at Iowa, 

Sidney Dixon, tenor, and Bugene ' 
I ('aiMtell^ln, bass, are to sing on a 
sea programme at T o^ekiek. -Or- 
I chc tra niunbers on this oCfacIng 
I wiu be "Freedom of the Seaa," "A 
Iwt^it flea Banaaaar and *Xtar 

I Navv." 

The orche.stra piT*ng the Urcfun 
Melodies programme at 7 :iu whi 
have AffStha Turley. hui. .m - ,..s ,1 
sistlBg artist. In this broadoaaW ^> 
ortlMBtm will portrajr BHllal pi' 



aC tta 



"Have '.he public e ji p r ssssd Stty 

opinion ui>on thive i>oems of Bdne 

that you published'" 

A'l ; sewial people wi'li the 
same name as s'oiirs have .iskid 

U> announce that you are no rela- 
tion af tiMlm.'* 



The 
feres." 



next story: "Bowser Inter* 



Her Husband — What are you 
moaning h«a iar. gaatng at tha 
starsf Thhridag yoam itatffM 
again? 

His Wife— No. darling— Just think- 
ing wtel a alaa wkkow rd 




■AVm MUTT ■ATll 



Ton haaa no right to 
etaanaa; tha olher fellow may have 
to tate tba 



and L. 2L Mogla. aU residsnU 



pcwal. the next tiling i.s for tin 
to make a judiciou,s .selection 

"If a man buy.s a coupe when he 
should have a sedan, or If he buys 
any type at body that tuiaa eat to 
be a misfit, no aMttar how good tba 
I ( ar may be mechanically, ha will 
I never be satisfied," says Ruasel 
("rarnei ^'al^;^^ Rcnera! ,s,i1p', inanak'i'r of the 



OilUe tioU) Motor Corporation. 
I Hm Da Solo has been equipped 



GunAPERCiur 




Tires 



Oum C ba htomd Tfava will gKig 

, 47H9{ more resistance to wear . . . 
Hm rrw foMgh "Resistn" tread is 
to meet the strain of high speeds 

fthm iM 

feattirr romplrfes a fire profectlon vou 
cannot huy in any other standard fire 
iold at a similar price . . . See this (ire 




lowest- priced six 
Ever to bear the Chrysler name 



1005 

BV8INI8S COUPl 



SHEPHERD & McQUADE 



Z22i Douglaa St at Queen's 



tVICB tTATHM 



Phone 02 \ 



B.C. TIRE HOUSE 



GKO RONE 

i'iop. 



PHONB 2t5t 



Deighton's Tire Shop 



IM HMJiDB AVmuS 



PHOKK MM 




THE 

New Chrysler 



Six 



Another great triumph of great 



There IS tio reason— why any- 
body ihould be denied the tiirfll Mid 
pride of owning a Chfysler. 

'I he tu < iirvslcr S;\ li imis to (he 
j>n!>lu ,i( .1 jnur liiii ,!f!iu:>t a,iiyoiic 
can aiiord — a splcndni uibute to die 
Chrysler ability to turn out csttMM> 
dinary Taluef. 

It IS -i tspual ( lii\sl<r (f ration from 
iims to roof — by lon^ txid* chc finest 

motor CM em to appear in the field 
of kyg^cr* priced gisea* 

^'^>u r< ( ngni/r .1! tnur .ill ifu suhfi<' 

toiHiics ot smart Chrysler designing. 



Yon can't miss the aolid subgtaooe of 
Chcyiler quality and the ^uM om of 
Chrysler o aftima nship. 

Here at amazingly lou ]>nce are the 
^catadiTMiMgei of Chrysler engineer- 




Tttrimt 



Iie5f ^ 



1070 



Rn.i.httr . . 



engineering 

ing— tncfa ftdrantagM m weMfacr^ 
proof inMriMl-MtpMidifif 4-whocI 

UyUlBimC DBHBMi m 02*IMKMJKrWcr^ 

high-ooin|i(CMkMi eoghie moiifiied on 

niH^r; Iso therm pistons; low-fwungf 
perfect I ) ba I a need t h ass i s ; s t i a 1 type 
spring shackles and sho< k afi"«MrfH r«; ; 
Mnull base wheels with iargr hjllomi 
tjrcs, and typuallv ( luv'!< f stslt l 
^x><^lcs of new design and const/ m n* n 

Siu h a car at siu h 2 y>r\cc i . K .i l y 
Ivhevable, yet here it is \X r tcy^c : 
'TTiere t% no reason nott ~ a'i 
iKKiy should be denied tiic tiiiiii -iiid 
pndic of owning a Chrysler. 

7Sg 



THOMAS PLlMLiiY, LIMITED 



1010 Yates Streot 



Phone 697 



General Service Station 

Vu lcanutmi;, KaUaa<Ung, Batunaa 
BLANSHIAKD UMBE'I' i'llONL 



4 t><Mir 
• 735: KoadMvr. t7*0{ 2 
Door !(•()• n. 87 5.^; I>« 

Lu<. f,mp»>. $771 All 

■Mnt Orrtght mnd 




now ONE Of THE LOWt.ST- PRICED CARS IIVTHEWORlIf 

PLYMOUTH 



. ; L r o 



fiOI.O U\ rHflY!*Lr. R IIEALEHS i:\ K II VWH E R E 




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THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. B C. SI A DAV. At'RII. r,. TMO 



A London Letter 



CumSam at the NataI CoDfercace—PoliticAl Aminities 
and the Lalwr Party —Mr. Bnofwya't Unwiuble Fmeoet 

I» lUtABSni MDHTUAHmT : 

liOfTDON, Marrh 13 ' Hy Mall i 



Ortantal oduntry, •etuaUy kmp • 
Oov«rnra«n( upgHMintatNt la Paris 
whoM* dutjr It !• to BVNrt P«na 



—Naval Cotxierexice allairs are a^ 

liiiu h-tlnie ypsterday I was waniptl 

i)V a usually well-lnlorinrd InUrna 
1 lorial onl(X)ker thai Uii* coup de 
«nice woiUd bt? given to the Confer- 
ence that evening Tills morning It 
Is announced that, owing to super- 
hitman effort* of the PrUne Uln- 
MoaOm veU flC op»lnHwi luw 



Ob* iMMi •verywtaerc tht 

complaint of the bad staff work on 

the pail lit the I'llrnc MlnLster lii 
(\illlliK the ( "onfet eiK e without due 
preimrHlldii. Hiid that llie Fieiirh 
lAho are usuallv tiiaile I,he .-(ap*'- 
Knal for evt-rythliiK tluil k'"'' winnK, 
have really hiul JiLst cau.se tor Iheu 
romplaliii that thev v.ere allowed 
to embark on neKot latlons with In- 
MifHcient liiformatiDri as to what 

Had been alrtady done. One hears 
mmof compHmwiti paid to th* p«r- 
sood of t^y OanadJdn ddafaMoB. 

The wives of the memben Immv done 

much to enhaiK e this paMlBltty 

and Mrs Ral.ston. Mrs. Varder and 
Mra. Pearson have t reated aji at 
mosphern of friendliness wherever 
they went by then tm t. atnesrtty 
and charming manners. 

The FWhMnaMfm of The Week-End 
tmk m pm ytviiata » flrat-«lMB 

ttefll tot VImC CttMt. It If B04 0fH7 

day that an editor dtaUkM Um poUey 

of the prriprtetor of his Journal to 

thn extent f)f downing tools and 
havUiK' his artiiin Imitated by the 
entire slafT of his suboi (liiiiit es Tliis 
waa, of course, coiuelvable, but tlie 
mconidvable hai)i>ene<t v.lii'ii in a 
brief fortnlKht the tt\\'"v Mr 
aid Hurry, wa.-t at)lr pi"ii'!if a 
brilliant new rtview of politics 
bookii, the theatie. art and mualc to 
which he brings the aciimtn and 
abOtty which distlnguislMd Ma work 

OB Tite Saturdft\' Review 

rOUXICAL AMEMTItS 

o( tha orlttdnna trequentty 
■Mmtiwa o( tbe 
thai ttMjr have not 
aeqalrad tbe charming trait, found 
to Paillamentarlans of more cxperl- 
enre, nf distlnKtilstiuik' betww'n pub- 
lic and iirivate piili rr.ii s They can 
not. as a rule, shake ofT the litita 
tion evoked bv a Hvels' (l''t)n''- iind 
fo ntif to have tea on the trn in 
'.iHli a menit'cr cf 'ii>' ■ .| m " ! ' c mi 
Mr Hald'.vlii ' .i d -ilrh' ! ;i ex- 
ample of this v<sterday when 
he prefaced lus auark on the Chan- 
odlor of the Exchequer with a 
■mMfal compliment and fdkdta- 
ttooB m i^m rilfwr waddtag «C Ifr. 
and Un. PMttp Snowdan. But It to 
not probable that in this Parliament 
we 1^11 see a repetition of the scene 
that Lecky desmbe.s in his "HIsifiry 
of FnRland in the l-lr-hieenf h Cen- 
' ;r V ' when Pitt i ,i ' .! ' "d In' I he 
<>ppo.Mtir.n with li.i. li.i; tailed in the 
(itiject.s of the u;i: preceding the 
Peace of An .I'n ^ . in to quote 
from the fomih > - of the Aen- 
eld. In the middle of the quotation 
his memory f allad him. He hesltat- 
ad and paused, and Fox, bending 
forward nan tha Opporitlon bench, 
promplad hiB liral to tha and of tlw 
passaga. 



of f'oimauBht, hoiioiury president of 
the IraKue I he poit/alt l.s a lephca 
of the one by HaiKeiit now in (;lai 
ence House, and wa.s painted by the 
I)uke^ .si>eclal i>er iiil.s.slon by Mr 
Janie.s Qumn K I , H P H . 
whose achievements weie detailed 
by Profefusor K A Ciardner, M A 
Short hpeerhefc on the fx-caslon eulo 
glllDg tha Duke of Connaught and 
thanitnt I<*<^ Patricia for her pres- 
anaa. mn aMda by. tha p r aa l de n t. 
the Xt Bta. Ibr Vtadarlek PoUoek. 
Bart. PC, DjCIib. Lord Askwlth. 
K.C.B.. and Lady Patricia Ramsay, 
after nnvelllriK the portrait, .said a 
few ehariiilnK word.s expre.vsiiiK the 
lnl<-re.st Iwr father had always taken 
111 the league Ainonn Mm Old 
Mar.shall n gue.st.s on tills (k-ch.sIoii, 
in addition to the above nieiUi(»ned, 
were Lady Patricias lady -in-walt- 

ing. liady iUkwltb, and Sir John 



OOOD. BUT VKWCnAMLK 

Mr. Bnncwyn's freaooes for the 
House at Lords seem likely to remain 

the property of the donor, I^trrl 
Iveagh. Luckily the fame of tlii.s 
great genlijs runs no ri.sk of beiiiK 
lessened by the lloyal Art.s C'oniiuis 
sUin opinion that his live inuial 
paintings for the House of lyird.s are 
unsuitable for the place destined to 
receive them It seems as If the 
same .sort of situation had been cre- 
ated In the House of Lorda fa tl)a 
Pteneh had to deal with dhan tbay 
cntmmlartBnad different artists to 
deooram the Interior of the Pan 

theon Mr Brangwyn rnav be riK'ht 
In thinking It is not fnli to ludKe of 
the effei'l his sixtei-n uoi Keou.s pan- 
'•l.s, depleting the fauna and flora of 
the Kiuplre. would have on th'' i-'cn 
eral elli-ct on tlie I{i.\hI (iallc;\ 
'A'hcn only the ot theni a;e Iir.lslie,! 
but the shatteritu' roniiHst ..f tiics.- 
Ave with the low toni-a hi.stoiual 

canvasses already there, make the 
decision of the Royal Alia Oomasla- 
stan un'>r--'%", 

SPRING FASIilUNS 

The season of dress shows Is upon 

us and the i r>ii1r dcp; , .>. 1 1, of 
whp h one lieai.s so Inii'. M .iii-i sees 
so little, doe.s no' scfni to d;':;n,sh 
the pio<es,slon of lovelv .slim cica- 
luie.s dlaphanou.sK (iri'hed who 
tempt plump patn i.s 'o em ilnt idh 
V ! t ! 1 ' ! !s,i,si 1 1 ins ctTi ' ' -V 1 hlc 

dress .show of clothes designed by 
one of the cleverest of the young 
men coutourtera was held at the 
Mayfatr Hotel yaataMay. An in- 
genue eraaMon of wlitta orgahdle 
trtamad wttli Mna ittbena wiOi an 
early Victorian air was ticketed with 
the descriptive title. "Mother Knows 
Best " Among the smart women 
present was Miss Margaret Hanner- 
luaii evidentlv fmpted from her 
well known fidelity to her Paris 
dr rsspiaker. 

The same day I came aoroaa a 
clever woman who gave ma another 
sidelight on tha payehology of 
clothea ftom an entirely different 
angle. Her work takes her from 
time to time to Turkey, where, she 
me. the women have a 
Krowitik' Interest tn the K'lropean 
I'osinn'-v i.i; ul.ii they are d!s- 



Jefferaoo Farjaoal aav play, 
itment." at the TIaadevllle 

Theatre, terls a tale reminiscent of 
Plnero's ' Enchanted Cottage"' fla- 
1 vored by Barrle h'our snowtxiund 
travelers taking refuge In an empty 
cottage pretend. 'iKJur passer le 
tennxs." that they are either aristo- 
iraUi, a detective, or an escaped 
criminal 'Hien arrive.s the real 
owner, a duke on honeymcxm with 
his wife They disguise their iden- 
tity until the third act when, after 
a fantastlo dream, tha characters 
sort themadfti ant Frattir Made- 
leine OamU and Jack Hohba piuy 
tha leading parts In thU amusing, 
but rather farced, plot with their 
usual skill. Mls8 (Carroll is one of 
the mo.st lnte!li^ent of the younger 
actre.-^.se.s H.s well a.s among the most 
beautitul, her h'letich ancestry lend- 
ing to her work a ^raie and vitality 
not often found among the con 
SI iciK lous actres.se.s of the Engh-sh 
^tage. 

One of the theatrical thrills of the 
week is ' rtie Lady of the t'amellas ' 

as translated and produced' by 8ir 
Nigel Playtalr vllh TaDulah Bank 

head m the tICIe role at the Oarrlck 

Theatra. Of the play nothing re 
mains to be said except that It was 
exquisitely staged Talliilah was not 

the Dhiiie sarali. but di.sarmed 
ciltlrl.sm t)V her t)eauty and charm 
.Altogether "rhe Ladv o( I lie Caiiie- 
Uab" seems liitely tu have another 

31 



Death Srnti'tire 
Is (,'n i'n tit Men 

t'or Flour Sales 



;'Ai*oHojiK USSR Aprils.— 

f''oi;r officials (if tlie siali' uiaiji t ! list 
Hcic sfiitenced to de.iMi vrstcrdav 
to; srllniK hundreds nf t,,iis uf tUKh 
I'.' il l'' fiour to [ir ivHti- spt'culators 
lirniL,- 'tie cxtn-Miis; period In the 
ii' vrininent gtain collection cam- 

l>ait.;n Thirty other ''^^'■'t ImpU- 

ated la tha aalaa waw niaiiaail to 
from ana to tM paarc Inprlaon- 

ment. 



A meeting of 
I latlon Kxecu- 
dlrectly after 
1930. Battery 

oODin and 
foB feaaka on 



ardniK 'heir hccnming national rai- 
A charming little ceremnnv took nient Nm only are her own Paris 



Of Liiiiini i,rt 
House Support 

WINNIPEG, Apdi 5.— An amend- 
ment aimed at oennnlng tha Oov> 
emment for r*^*tt*ng liquor 
advai ll a wi i an ta to appear In nawa- 
papeia of the provinoa vaa defeated 
in tha Leglslatura lurt night on a 
dlvlslmi vote by Is to 11. The 
amendment, moved bv Lieut -CoL 
F. O. Taylor. Con.sj-ivative leader 
wiLs made to a resolution granting 
the oovemaant $i47jao for law 

enforcements 

Earlier In the evening, unanimous 
fipproval waa gtvan to Prsmler 
Bracken'a motlott to aaapand the 
rulee to panntt nttftt atttlnta of the 
House after 10:10 otelook tn order 
that the business of tha aaariou nay 

be spoe<1ed up. 

The Hou.se reJert'Hl S .T Farmer's 
Bovs' Minimum Wape Bill for a 
."•ecoru! i:i . T' < bill would give the 
Fair VVa>:e Hoard power to Ax mini- 
mum w:: !< s for boya aa It abeady 

(\iHis for girls 



place last Sunday at 
ters of the League 



headquar- 
Empire 



frocks studiously noted and copied, 
but the Turkish Onvemment. fully 



when the Lady Patricia Kamsay un- aware of the paichological valna of 
vaUad a ptativa of HJIH. thaDuka^Weatam draaafei tMTaSMa ^ 



Admirer— What do you cotuldex 
your best piece of flctlonT 
Author My iBit laeona tas re- 

tun). 



Regimenud Order* 

5TH (B-C ) COAST RRIGAfX:. f A. 

Brigade Orders by Major T. B 
Monk. Commanding. AprU 1, IfgO. 

Paradaa: All fc a tteH ss of the 
brlgada «ffl parade under their re- 
spective battery commanders on 

Tuesday. April 18 Fall in at '/ .-iS 
pm. I>res«, drill order 

Duties A.S from 30 J 30 to 1-A-3Q. 
Lieut. Corby, next lor duty, Lieut, 
uesbarats. Brigade ordartr aangeant. 
L -sergt. BtanMHi: BMt 1^ duty. 
Sergt. Penniaon. 

Sports night: Friday nights are 
devoted to sports Brigade orderly 
ofBoer and orderly sergeant will at- 
tend to supervise 

I'romofions The commanding 
ofllcer has been pleased to approve 
of the foUowmg promotion - No. 
5042, Hergt A H Rudge to be bat- 
tery sergeant-major, seth Heavy 
Battery, l-4-SO. 

Btrngth daoraaaa: The ieMo aring 
have been atmek oB atrengthr— ifo. 
1061. Ounner R. L. Love, 55th Heavy 
Battery: No. 12. Sergt, A (i Morry, 
Mtli Heavy Battery. 

Appointments: Ttie following 
gentleman Is appointed to the ."^fiih 
Heavy Battery Hupernumery 2nd 
l,leul R Ijove 

Inspection: The (ommandiiiK 
officer will inspect the b.'ith Heavy 

Battery on Tuesday, AprU 16. at 9 
pjn. The commanding oOoer will 
inspect the 80th Heavy Battery on 
Tuesday. April 72, at 0 p.m. The 
commWBding officer will Inspect tlw> 
2nd A. A. Section on Tuesday, April 
29, at 9 p m 

Kxecutup iiK^tlng 
tlie Iteglmental A.s.sc 
tlve will be held 
parade on April 8, 
commanders, 
rfa's 1 wlU 
ttala intTfHtti 

M, K. BOWXnDf , 

Capt. and A.-Adjt. 
8th (B C.) Coast Brigade. C A. 
Vacancies »sxi,st for a few \ounk' 
men. who ate a(l\i.stii to join up as 
soon rts posMhic 'o take advantage 

of the training now going on. 

NO. 1 COMPANY, un MACHINE 
mm BATTAUOff. «JLO.C. 

Orderly Sergeant for week. Sgt 
a. Lathom; next for duty. Cpl. V. 
Harford. 

Parades: TSia Company wui 
parade at tha Annorles at 8 pm. 
TuoKlay, ApiU H lOMi Draai. drtu 
order. 

T' a;;. tug A P'.tt.-on .i : i : , i i 
; .;i--..sl!u ativin, Miniat'iie lUOkte B i 
Platoon, sub-section tramniK I 

(iymnaslum; 'Hie uynuia.sium ' 
and swimming pool are available 

for the Company on Wednesday 
avanlnga at i pjn. A quaUflad in- 

stnietor wUl be in attendance. 
Notice! "there are vacancies for a 

fe\^, IntelHyf nt \-o;iiut men a.-, re- 
rnift.s, }■ il paitli ulars «.s to teims 
of service and a tp.-,lies ol the 
Company can be ot)talned at the 
Orderly Room on OBy lUlBday 

nights from 8 pjn. 

W. A.*ll. HADLEY. 

Major 

Commanding No 1 r'nnipanv 

CANAIUAV S( (H IISH 
Battalion Order.i by I, lent Colon' ! 
D. B. Martyn, D.S.O.. M.C., Com- 
manding Ist Battalion (I8th CB.F ) 
the Canadian Scottish Regiment, 
Victoria, B.C . AprU 7, 1930 

1*^':'' IJ';'!'-. for week endim: 
Ar; 'i 1? ; Mil ( irderly officer, Ment 

W I .1 :i o., - • !ie X • f r f) ■ It I .it" ir 

L. .s Hen.l. r.ton ; Orderly bergeaht, 
sgt. c J Armstrong; nait for doty. 
Sgt. J. s. Craig. 

Paradaa: Um Battalion will parade 
a* foUows: Monday. April 7. spe- 
daliatB and aporta. Dress, mufU. 
I—— 



Wedne-sday. April 9 Vii keis Gun 
CU.SA I'hurMlay, April 10, BattailOQ 
parade Uie.si. drill order 

Training 'ITiursday Api t! 10, | 
1930: 8 pm. fall In; 8.06-8:20 i>jn 
officers under Major 

N c o B and traliMd 
HKM Lianaf. r aai ult a under 
CQJCB. Jmam. 

PtovMonal Bahool: The Pro- 
visional School paradaa on Mondays 
and Thursdays. In futtue a full at- 
tendance l.s expected and ab-M-n'--. s 
must jnforin the Orderly Otfit.i tin- 
reason for such absence 

Musketry C Company willpatade 
to Heals Rifle Ranjfe on Apiil IJ 
and not April 6, u stated in last 
week s order. s BaOdMRWa WiD be 
notified later 

Lewis Oun Firing: B Company, 
vickers Oun Section and Signallers 
wiu fire their Lewis Oun ptaotloea at 
Port MoAidajr April g. Oaia vUl 
meet all OMBlbaB of tha above 
Compaar •Mt dataila tagulitng 
transportation at the comer of 

Yat.<*s and Dougla.s ."^-itin-t.s al 9 4.i 
am Capt II Thorbutii will iie m 
charge of tiie llring practice 

j Attestation ll3t>, Pte J MliniLs 

i H Coy , ;il ;i 3(1 

Di.scharge, Pie K Ha, is. 1) 

: Coy . 31 3-30 

Extract from DX>. 81 27-3-30 
i i-ha foilowtng astnat la mibUahed 
ttx' lha tafematlaB of Itt oon- 
cemad: Lleat. D. O. K. Wllaon re- 
signs his Commission on appoint- 
ment to the Hoyal Canadian Au 
Force, De'cmfcx^r 14, l'J2<J, 

l,eave I^ave Is granted as under: 
Major J R. TlgghiM, tNm 9-4<« 
U} 4-6-30. 

A. J. COIAT. 

Major and Adjutant. 
Por OOoer Ooramandlng lal Bat- 
talion (Igth c F F I the 
diaa Soottiah Regiment. 




Local Manufacturer Purchases British 
Columbia-Built Truck 

I'his Hayea-Anderson l»y$-Ton Truck, with loeilly4>uilt body and painted by George Knight, 
has just ibecn (idiv. ird to tlu- < i'.n;4ii>ii lievwgfe Co., Ltd. Thia aak mutgg our fifth ^ 

livery in the |)a>t tvM) iiiMnths to local inu k ustts. 

Esaentiall^ a Butish Columbia pro<liu i, every thing that i$ j>o»»ibie to mtnufacturi ia tin 
proviiKc i» uacd m the construction ,1 ttu.^ truck. 



■.T. COMPANY, irm myisioN- 

AI. TRAIN, C A S f 

the ('(.mpany will parade on 

l uesday AprU g, at • p. m. DMaa. 

dilll order 

The loiio'Ain^' '>i(i.r3 are issued 
for tlie infurmatiou of aU ranio. 

Discharges: CQJIA M. CSiam- 
bers Is strudc off tha itrangth of tha 
unit through having to leave Vle- 
toria. 4-4-30. 

Promotions: Sgt. E. Oliver, to be 

C >,y M .S , ,S 4 30, Cpl i> .-St. O. 
Marcliant, to be Sgt ."14 fo. Driver 

R. H. BaaMn, to be < 4-30. 

H L iyOSE. 

Captain 

Officer Commanding Horae Trans- 
port Company, lltb 
Train, OABjO. 




1 to 10-Ton Capacity 



rimsually well l.uilt Hayes-Aiidci ^on 'J'rucks com- 
l>itie strcnKtii, speed, P9wer and economy. They 
are specially designed to Operate midar tha aaoat 
grueling cooditioaa. 



Ituilt in Units include Continental Enfiaes, Titnkca 
Axles, Brown-Ltpc Transmissions, Spicer Joints, 
Boas Steering, Delco-Remy Ignition and Starteri 
aa4 B«dd Disc Wbada. 



i .otMiy service is organized to give the pMrchaaer rapid, accurate aervicg when ^ated. 
LHvners are guaranteed akilled workmanchtp a9d featiine, parts at lowest factorj priogg. 

Call, Phone or Write for Full Particulars 

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The new Chrv«lrr-l>uiil Dc ^olo ^)lraighl Light 

IwMB It! t w ic a doug lypMl to flkm jNiblk wM mi 
fow prlee sIimm— iMt on tbe gmerlness, comfort 

aud periurmaace il givea a6 geuerouai^. ^ Cliryslcr 
Motors oiglaoort hmwrn oadowod tkit mow B%;kt 
with ontstUNling rnffin erring featnrra. Thty have 
given it marvelova speed* pick-up ^nd 
— umI to tfco fagf lBlliw oT ^niTiIng 
have added tlie aatiafH* lion of ion^-hvcd rcliabiiitj 
■Ml trae ee—e t y. qifubilfc prefetoMO le lieUy 
rewarding tlie floe qnelftlea of tbe De Soto 
bliaigtit 1-iglit — indeed it is already enjoying 

femoog eompealoB ear, the De Soto Six, the 
lai|(ea|pseiiiiig iaratryear cl^■ in automobile bialoiys 



:INCE itg reeeat htflUaat dgbot dm new WiUys 
Sis bag giiaed widcgpread reoognitioa tfilk per^ 
fodiianrc achiefeoMBts Ux db^yrg any eip ec m jana. 
More H|>. r<i than one would ergr core to nse traffic 
a«:ility Im \on<l lt»-lirf a niiblime co.iirmpt for hills 

and roii^li-f ;isf ti>a<l-<. . . llirsr roniplrtrlv justify itS 

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\^ ilh iI"* (k> li(>rHr[Miwrr motor thr WiIIvmSix l a-^ilv 
atUiriH 72 Miilfsan Inmr in lii^li ami \H in hri niid. 
Rubl»* r in-iilatioii iiiakrs \ ihralhin lianllv prrr»'ptil)W . 

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exceptioBal ftiel economy and the imcramped comfort 
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internal lovr^beel bnkat which 




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Radiator* fenders, body contours and panrllitir rr fleet 
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U iliyi ^ix I'rKCi: .S< r/.m (as illustrated) $/3/5; Coach $1230: 
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Tim DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA. R.C. SUNDAY. APRIL 6. 1930 



Mary Jtm Vims 



Metriuisln Womrn's Instltutf on 
Wednesday, at a ii.rt"tu»g hrld at 
tfie horne of Mr and Mn Fergus 
Hrld, thr pr«\sfnt own-r ot the Old 
Vina pl*c«. planted • crtmMn 
hiivtbaqi tTM, lh« tin of Mr. 
■Morjr. Hm BUntlnx don« 

HttM hMBds Of fTMt rrt at icrand- 

Mons of Mr?:, Vuic, lu tioiiorlnK 
her memory Mrs Charles liall, 
I he first child to be arroiirtie-d bv 
her, as wfll lu Um nr»t white 

Riri In bf t>orB 1m Part VMarla, 

was prp-M-nt 

Mrs Vine was a most extraordi- 
nary personage and im DutsiaiuUnK 
character amoiiK the pioneer wom- 
en at BriiL-vli CuliirabU. When the 
emignmt ship Monaaa liorrlaon 
kndtd ia vtaat wm Mirt OuDoiun j 
tal UM, IMOt the ptasengers was j 
that IBMt fMtrleaa woman, dentlned i 
to TMlde for the remainder ot a 
long, uMful life In thU outpost of 
tbe Empire. 

At thia iMm ilM toM bMO d«- 
MHbad aa » ttolt •tInMtiT* yount 

woman nf twenty-«lclit years of age, 

of graceful athletic build, about five 
feet eight Inches tail, fair of com- 
plexion, crowned with nut-brown 
hair. Her eyes, alwavK her most 
notable characteristic, were a deep 
blue, the color nearly always eeCn In 
pvTMos who by jtroogtb ot vltt |mMI 
owntsltty, donrinate not only ladi- 

vMlUlfl. but clrcuriustaiices, tbtj 
WOOU change according to exlfen- 
clti fhxn deep blue to htiniished 
steH'tod. It Ifl averred, to midnight 
blafikt sclntilatlng fla.shing .shades 
ot fiSfim light or liglitnlng; hyp 
jWll'mffif Ting. 

laSAIKnUCAL QITALITIES 

In manner reticent, on occa&ion.s 
almoit to rudeness, .strong aUka In 
both lpr,lUc6a uoA (UsUKm. uneom- 
pMadHnff tad wiflgilvteg Mr real 
or faMMtf 'VfWt generou.n and 
gay wtttt thdlv tho accepted as 
friondi^, a veritable himian paradox. 
But It Ls to fhf.sp at !riljiiii',-, of men- 
tal and phy.sical strctn^ih tlMt ygB- 
terlty owes her its homage. 

Xb m'Wwteg the uiMiy luoKtoiitx 
rttftlad ot her. one almost pictures 
htt as the ..riK::;a: !ittlf girl w. ;. a 
curl In tlie middle of hfi f 'ttc! !e:id, 
For when she w m good the was 
very goiKl indeed but 

bad ahe was horrid." 

Hi Am «mMliy tt 
nrnm da* it— da are ■nlnently m 
tht flnk M uBdirtMe soeh duties In 
thtt- prOVl&ee. As ..i^ h li. . i,nnic 
should be honored bv ynijifn 
who are interested In the health 
and welfare nf ()ruplc And due 
credit should be given her In \u 
history In such a v^^pm ttiat 
fttture (enerattOH mmf know «( iMr 
■oat works 

HER riRHT CASE 

Naturally endowed with an apti- 
tude for mtniiig, in aU probaMUty 
Of eome knowledge ob- 

before she left En>'iii!i.i . ho 
at CKMM set about her < ho^- n mi.- 
slon when she reached tiipv shon 
Amon« the pa.s.sen(.;ef .m the slup 
uirh her were Mr and Mr*. John 
Parker, and shortly after their ar- 
rival a daughter wm horn to them, 
and lira. Vine Mriated at this birth 
Hen It H tnterMtlnt to note that 

thla child Wii.s flip ni^l! white Rirl 
bom In t.hr colon; When .-lie kicv 
hji SI,,, bfiriinr the vvi!f ct ( liiiiicn 
I'.aU and they iiie iminbrrrd as 
pi axcis of Rfxkv Point, and nelgh- 
boqi oi Mrs. Viae, she durtsf tte 
poMBf yuan mlnlstertof to all 
atw arrivals In that family. 
Xb IIM tha Vines acquired In all 



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on. Noted Motion Picture Star, and Um Wwwriltt, HM 
New 19i0 Peerless Custom fiaght. 



first apple treee planted on the 

southern end of the Irlfvnd were the 
product of her Unpronrlsed nursery. 
When qusatlooed as to why she took 
so much Intereet In planting apple 
trees, she would say, "Others 
planted trees for me. I wUl plant 
trees for others." 

A volume could be written of the 
stories and Incidents of her life and 
one that would oompare ta tntarest 



Mftchosin and Coiwnod And It is | Their whoops and yrtls, not to men - 

to hrr thai inoet ot the eiuiy native I tlon stealthy visits, were calculated 

.son.1^ and daiiKhtei.-. n\>.r ihnr miio 'to .strike teiror 



due! ion into ttil.s wurlil ol altuirs 
and to her < redlt must be added ttie 

(aot that she jaarer hat an y of them 
nor tbeir BMNhsfs tfuikig tha ave- 

inony 

As to pay fur her vrvUei u\ some 
ca.s<>.s she received .i-- u. n us 
twenty dollars. Where there was 
jiickness or poverty she nliMad both 
money and thanks. 

Often when her daV.s work at 



1' ll!H 

.1 niei 1 1 



bnl . po.s.sll 1> Hi 
Ul to VlhU NOIlll' 

!¥»r»oi' W'f'.er; 
were plenlifui 



hU k child or needy 
'ves, and they 
m the mount iiins, 
would howl, she would be iinjjlored 

to remain the night, for to be about 
on foot was dangerous. But heedless 
tt tha wamlnfa aha would say: "I 
wMdd inn to naet ttaam." it 
waa bar common boast that she 
feared aalther Ood nor devU. 
HAD NO FEARS 

It WM kar euatam whan called to 
Sooka to attend sona maternity 
case, to paok a few articles of cloth- 
luK and a lunoh before settlnR ofT 



. kv 

'lei . 



I; 



I- 'il 

1 11 ; 



Ml. 
lie 



•sKlrtinn Lake 

Mill if<.L 1 iu.S 

on foot , even 
I'l be iindTtfiken 
; He: pntlrnl at ter.d 
:1 1 11 t'le road to recov 
: ! • • • Mice her 8tep,s .u'.d 
home duties, ostensibly 



in the hearts of all 

bill tlie bla.e.st Mrs Vine at Mli'h 
iiiiick luiK alone ^mn- ainonK the 
revelers and forcibly taken from 

them tha UQVor aad that ita rmi 

order. 

It Is told that one day she was 
ironing clothes In the kitchen, when 
a htisky Indian stole in without 
wamlnf. Hr asked for "Fotlach 
Wkkkar/ paantnt she was to give 
hm ^jgk^atwaa told to 'IdaU- 
wa* T^MMK for get out>. But he 
'o;;.)iv r .. '< up a |Mi ..'ion bv t he 
:t:r a: a.', he 

UH* u<i\. Ui!l; a b;.iiik.e; In 

duf lune her flat iron tooled and 
her wrath warmed When .«he <.?ent 
lo (.•han'.;e nie \toii llie Indian plead- 
ingly phu'i :1 !!!s hand cai her arm, 
again asking for whisky. Quickly 
seizing a sizzling hot Iron, she raised 
hia Uankat and afioUed tt to his 



of more famous persons. 

TEACHING A LESSON 

Mr and Mrs. Edward Vine are de- 
scribed as having been a very hne- 
looklng couple when they aetUed at 
Pedder Inlet. Heanringly ibiw kd a 
very baopy kai ewnlirtakM life, 
despite her violent outbreaks of 
temper. An example of this Is 
shown by a story often told by Mr 
Henry Fisher, one of the acturn of 
the comedy tliat nearly ended in 
tragedy Mr. Fisher, then a boy, 
and with FYed Turner. •^Jlother boy, 
had been engaged by Mr. Vine to 
assist in some work. When they 
left the houae' her husband was 
warned to be on time for the noon- 
day aaal aa ttt*. wlabad to »aka a 
visit away during tha afteaaooB. It 
waa hatt-paat osia o'clock wkio the 
trio rettu'ned. although her calls had 
been heard repeatedly. He made 
an unfortunate reply to an angry 
remark of hens. 3he rushed Into the 
kJtrhen, picking up a geiuirous rice 
pudding from where It simmered 
otx a dying fire. This she tiirned on 
Ills head Just as he seated himself 
on the front door atef^ wmktaii the 
burning aqntgnki dkini 1m «aak «( 
hk ahiri 

With «aa aeeerd tbe boys fled to 
m nmuhj thicket where they 
watched lor after developments. On 
beholding tlie suffering of her has- 
band .she gently removed the hot 
mixture, applying soothinj^ lotioius 
And much to the amazement of the 
hoy.s. no angry word or scene fol- 
lowed. Although Mr. Vine was con- 
fined to the house for some time 
owkiff to the bums, ha bad tba best 



Woman Is Truck Driver 



'ART IMITATIONS 
ARE PREFERRED 



atfSraaMsaW 



Over the v 
Mftthe.sou \' 
;wenl> null 
today, r^ 

by B we iKli 

ed to and A 
ery. she v. < i 
resume her 

without fatigue. Theae overland 
trlpa wars frought with many dan- 
gers from wild beasts, for not only 

were wolves were plentiful, but bears ', tervlewed MT. Robert Weir, deslg- 



The result was it! fnntanoous. 
Elmlttlng a series of v hoops he 
dropi)' 1 i:^- blanker i fled from 
the h.)ii.,( .ind iiiUii|..r.l into the 
CCKilliiii •A.iler of the nearby inlet, 

hoping to his p;iin. Prom that 
day on, no indMn ever was known 

tfl apply to her (or uhi.skv. 

1 hl.s dill ool end tlie episode, 
which had a cotiiU a! .sequel An In- 
dtnn inir-bf iiot nnistrlf- !t a d1.5- 
!:rac'" to he null'.- handled hut to 
liave a hot won applied to his per- 
-. •! 1 h: a '.>. Miliar- v : .> i' u. .ul' !•> hi.* 

dignity and a breach of all Indian 
etiquette. Therefore a abort while 
following ft deputation, In irtilch the 
branded Indian was nnmbarad. in 



as well 



and panthers roamed about 

as I: dians 

M,nny amiLSintf ImidPn!^ are fold 
■.Miti Kiislo by those who remember 
{ her numerous exploits. A favorite 
that never falls to krtng k ikttgh 
from the pioneer and tttrlUa to the 
youogar set is that of an aeBakfiter 
she bad with a panther on one of 
her homeward Journeys from Sooke 
Late one afternoon tint rnmr nc\ ■sn 
the panther that had Ju. t kiK i and 
was mal:in;< a meal off one of the 
Vine .sheep that roamed Ht)o,it thei 



aiac taundrad and atai^-elx acres of vicinity crouching over ii.s .stii 




"Singin* in the Rafa* 



land at Pedder Inlet, Metchosin riH- 

trii ' The supplies and inati-Mni f(.r 
'.heir new li^me u a^. hionw!!! h-. 
loats fioin Vlitona .11, nt (hat date 

beip were tew roads on Vancouver 
land, only tralU winduig where 
j-avel on horseback or en foot 
veoM kt Mkal abaWMML 

llMbr ftr.1t bteie was buut hear 
ihe wa ter f nHl . and whMi rte.stroye(i 
i\ fire thcv hnllt higher up on an 
•iiuiuiiie overlooking the inli-i and 
Viati.-; Ili i'- (iiev were domlciler) 
mill IH!''i. ^kiiei\ the plncc w a^ pur 

ha.scd hy li'.e (.uIum of the J^resent 

>wbar, Mr. Fergus Held. The house 
laa bean enlarged and remodelled, 
nil Hm Vine kottse la the erigiaai 

eru«tllf«. From here they WWit dl- 

e«<ly nrross the Inlet. !tt!M' in 'hit 
loinn thry upen' U)f re:;-,.!;:, ler of 
heir voar* tin;. ? Ikm 

f'rnm her humble hon e In Tlie 
1rnln fnr.st surrounded by Uie 
oothltts of the kooka rai^ ot 
aounkdni, Mrs. Vtaia wmI forth to 
sinister to the needs of bar nalgh- 
ors as well as tJiose of the settlers 

1 more reiiii.te places, tXefr^r* »,v 
rRiii the niirratlve of her life If. 
Be fsctj be lmprp(w.ed ttitii, ot no 
»ne did .«ilie neglect hrr home 
Utiw, for there was R;»*ays an 
buodanoa of well-prepared pro 
Moos made for any emergency 
Oi04f Idght. most often on foot 
leka Ae trarerwl trtMt 

«' iib-iu- lb"';:,', •>„• 'I'M 



•till 

Mil' |.o 

t)„- 



rl'h bared t,v-i;i 

Ul 1 the I i-ni Hi iiiH l>ea*t 

w«v Without letrent- 



wnrni 

1 ! 1 e t > It 

iiiE sfiP i,„,k !ron\ the folds of he; 

anipi" skill the prevaUlng fashion 
'>r th.> ,i„v a knife aha habitually 
carrird Then tMatatt bar skirt, 
umhreiia-Uka akov* hsT head, aka 

crouaMat aaknal and then ad- 
vancad slowly but steadily in hw di 
rcctlon. Only for a moment did the 
anRTv hfast hesitate before it .stole 
sfenUhllV oht of her pnth n-v! . ,,r 
siRh' Adii.stiiir . ' • ''rr : : a- 
pro«-e<'(ii <i to skio 1 h.- "<be.'n ( mthig 
OfT tfip hind ijM'^iter<\ »hr •thoiildered 
them and a tnriously continued un- 
molested on her hoaieinid way. 
THE Df vii, spmnr 

Although sli»» mini'. tei 1 11 t f],,- 

Indians they femcii i,..; bi hrv.-t: 
she po«i.so.s.<ied II-': rti pt.virr 

In !tnv ' ■iiountei with theni she al- 

wuv titiir, T1ir\ were numer- 

ous n.i'M K iiifsp veais. the baaahee 
of Meiiho.sin having been for time 
without reckoning the favorite 
camping sita aa waU aa nvaf» battle 
grounds of tikvattnf eanae parties 
froas tkt Wsil OdkSt and nther 
tribaa. ka fMierkl was that trrr 

that among themselves thev ni-i^y, 
referred to aar as ' Mesachie Tye«> 
'the chuuHik adpraaMoA Maning 

de\ il HlMrllt. 

r)flen they would fM % aupply of 

n tir.kv or rum wVi»n n drunked Ofgle 

'd 



, '■nsue iir" 'iik; lipem a tenl 

ktraeu ol Mgoka^ MqOj^ tMM^^lfta^ mmm la 



nated by settlers as "The Laird," 
and reCOgn./ed by i!ir fotiner ii.s a 
Tyee or chief in a inoKt .solemn 
manner tliry recounted all that hap- 
pened at Mrs Vine s and a.sked if it 
were not po.sslble to obtain recom- 
pense for the Injury done They 
averred that since that day this man 
had been unable to sit down and 
paddle his canoe. When angaged in 
fishing be was ootnpeUed to steer his 
boat about resting on his knees. 

m reporting this conference, Mr. 
Weir said It vnn with utmo,st dlfTl- 
culty that he refrained (i..r:i 1., i.-h 

I llMt OUtrleht as they drtalleri vUiat 
'bad l^a; .;ie;iefl As "hev had nn 

i UIK i II i; : «.s U: 1 1 ir IA I , i ' e :iiai 1 : . I he. j! . 
Ol.'-. !■ ■ ; ■! ■ ! M ■ ■ ) . ■ : 
WIDUKS thcie u.-!|. MiirriiutS of 
Ma.sacllie '!■.■■•■ .•:ul :'^< <]■■■- i:ri- 

m eaning Un Chinook) madness and 
badness. 

K()T \T TO 0( f \Mr)V 

Alio' III! ;ni Id. ;,t which siiow; fhr 

I '■ ai 1 I :. ot Mrs. Villi . o<- - 

currt'd on the Helgesen place while 
the owner was away, at tha time of 
the gold excitement in Oaaabtf. In- 
dians had bean angagta lo dlf pk- 

tatoes and Mrs. Vine to suplrlntaiad 
tha diffglnc, as she tmdenieod and 

^ix)ke their language 

They Were notorlou.i thieves. ps\)r- 
clally the r^urws. who could pui a 
blanket about them in such a man- 
ner as to coricral a large quantiiv 
of jiiita'oes and uh they believed, 
fl'th'iot i>ei!;jr ni'ti'i-d One evening 
at Quitting time. A^. Vina aaw that 
one squaw had SUddShiy kMttmd k 
rather bulky appaanaaa. WMklba 
apgroaabad to Inteatigata aba waa 
niHly tftovad aaida by tba a^fuaw, 
who ih turn received a well -directed' 
blow that sent her sprawling and 
disclosed nearly a bushel of potatoes 
she had concrftie<i int^ndM for 
camp I'lvmir' neifais injury 'he 
squaw !<i <] -n t?-e . i' ind rr .a- 'tig 
until M;s \ !ii.- mi.Ik loii.siv applied 

tbe I '<• 11' . \*'l;c|l r''COVCry 

wa.s iniracuUiu.';. and all the .'scat- 
tered potatoes were oaUbetad and 
sacked without sislstanca. The 
other women, fearing like treatment, 
likewise dtagorgtaf tboaa tbay had 
beenhMtt^. 
Dkrtnc Ike poUto digging a flock 

of wild ITHwe alighted in the next 

Arid An Indian a.sked f" < y,\u 
with Aha h to -la^ot them He was 
!"\a 11 hotli ituu ai! t a ii , n; unit ion. 
Wolr.lilu: hi.s WAV tliliaa. t llP eili lo 

Kute he s\|r-ci'e(ii'(i n. nenring the im 
• iliqwct ina i!fese aild he secured two 
of the 11 nun l)er He returned the 
giui but refused to surrender either 
of the geaeo. Walking up ta Mm. 
MMk Vine aalnd bold of one of the 
ffsaaa. whMi waa Jwked fftwn h^r 

hands. Iba MXt instant nn upper 
eut deltvarad with itreat force lai,! 
fhi> ofTrnder his full tenifth ,,1. (!>r 
ground Tlie other Indians, atliict 
ed Ir. 'he (la ninter vralhered about 
1 ; d « I re !•<<■ ? • ,j. ,,.,!( ,,,-,^] ( Al-ah 
a ! .1 1 ' SI .] "! • , I ..,<■ ,1 iKl won- 
der, but n<jcM wei ^ brave — lointh to 

take up tha mm «t itMMkDin 

comrade. 

Mrs. Ytne aaokMi bolli tha gun 
and one goose. NfllGli she Hiaosd in n 

safe place. Returning to the iirei . 

of conflict where th, Indial » wpi . 
all gathered she nnb;' 1 fh' li, !.<»( V 
f/1 fla'tr ul.tk i.vliich tliey c ,':ie(l 
WttlKiul piofest The Indl.i;. irre 
now more fullv eni i:!r»>fl . r ; , r 
supernatural powers, and believed 
that .she waa an avfi aptrtt 
F<>^fT> or Arpi,r«i 

Another ancle* on t h» csje 
i'a'n';»li'v of tins [>erMliar ■ irii,-»n 
hrr l ire 1;! ilil.s nftrltviie r-nr^ 
!>*• ( lefliled to s |, h a na'inei f-,: 
tr»^. e«()#et«i:i' app!e tree^ She 
was fond of apple* Mod always care- 
fully Mved all seeds «f tham. 
Many of ihettaaa ntitskteil in Wm 

3 bora auFuialndly gaed 
tboaa tkaTdld not wufa _ 

mm 



When Mrs. Vine came out from 

England she had the conipuny of 
her first hiuiband, a Mr Iteid, and 
a small daughter, Helen, her only 
child Mr. Iteid wa.s a sealariiiK 
man, and wa« dlsKu.sled with the 
outlook tor ihe colony and at once 
departed fur home, where he soon 
after died. Ttu » daughter later mar- 
son waa aak aaa^^iabla to her 
mother. Ilia marrlaga brought 
about a complete estrangement, ai 
though the daughter made inan, 
overtJires of f)eace 

Mr Vine to whom .she was mar- 
ried on a trip to I'oii ']^l;vll.^^■lll; 
came out at a much earlier date 
and wa.s a pilot of conaiderablr 
ability. He piloted the first vessel 
loaded with coal eul Of Nanabno. 
the trig gyr u^ ki aakkkkkd of Cap- 
tals Of1g|a. 

Mrs Vine lived to be eighty-two 
years of a^e. and had excellent 
health until the la.st year, when si\c 
was a great .sufTerer from rheumatic 
lever Miiiu' t<> wtioni she had min- 
l.sfered tried to .smooth her days of 
painful illne.s.^ At the time of her 

death she had .besides the daughter, 
twSbra grandchtldren. f otti -ikra a 

flftf 




by V 

I Beuer Tluk.n 
rabillB«s 



Us rarts 




The Photograph Here Shows Lena Gula, Aged 18. Toronto's Only 
Woman Truck Driver, Who Is Wise in the Ways of Women and the 
Road and Knows the Patter of the Traffle C«*ee, Bot Daesn^ Use It. 



day, while there remain only six of 
the grandchildren, they liave been 
replaced by hi.\ great great -great- 
grandchildren In all t<xlay there 
are ninety-five of her living des- 
cendants. 

She rests from her labors In St. 

Mary s Cemetery, Metchosln. and 

the marble markmg her grave hears 
this legend: "Marv Ann Vine. Wife 
of Edward Vine, aged Eighty- Two 
Years Died March 1st MKi? B..rn 
at Bexley Kent. ICngland ' 

Long life to the hearU stUl beat- 
ing, and peaoe to tha baaita at 



Manitffhn Mviuher 
Protests Against 

Premieres Wards 



<DBna<Iian Prmo 
WiNNii'Ki;. Apii! .s i'!ot«».st was 
voicMi in the Manitoba L,eglalature 
vesterrtuy by Joseph Bemler (Cons., 
St. Boniface) against the "Prime 
MlnlBlar a( Okaadn attempting to 
aafca ii n ii i i i ii fMH » jnkilgii i 
lasoe." 

Mi»\ing ad jonninient -.f the House 
Uy (li.siu.s.s iinttnpio', iiieiii relief, Mr 
Bernlei referreil U> .Mr King s dec- 
lamtton m the House of Cotnnions 
that, be vMni'ii not i^ive a flv* cent 
pie< f» lo any l ory Oovemnient on 
earth ' 

The St. qooUaoa aasnbar said he 
strongly protaetad against saeh 
words, for they tended to lower the 
kvai U potyiciA Ufa to Canada. He 



intunated he wf>»jld shortly lntrt>- 
duce a motion in Uie Ijcgislature 
in-Klng a fm-m of unemploye<1 Insur- 
ance, to l>e adJiilnlstercd by provin- 
cial and Dominion govemmanta. 

rremler Johd Bracken nUmiad 
that eoqwnaa of nttaf *aiild be 
shared by tha 
and flUinlB^wl 

LUMBER ORDERS Df 
DOOGLAS FIR AREA 
WCOMIiG LARGER 

SKATTLX, April 8.— Orders rs- 

celved by 213 repor'tnfr min« in ihe 
Douglas fir region of Oregon. Wash- 
ington and British Columbia in- 
creased approximately 3,000.000 feet 
for the weelt embng March 'J9 as 
compared with t-he week ending 
March 23. the West Coast Lumber- 
men's AssortaMen nparlad yester- 
day. 

Production deereased about l,000.- 
000 feet below the output for the 
previous week The output for the 
week was 187 017 .^44 feet, while or- 
ders were 1M,132JK>1 feet. Shipments 
wera piaoad at i7l,T8f,««lar the 
week Orders wera 1S.U per oent 
under production, while shipments 
were 4 M i>er cent under output. 

Export orders allowed an increase 
of 4,000.000 feet for the week, and 
anmsatio eaigo ardars fluctuated, 
beli« aboot lljfMM faat raerathav 

the preceding week. Rail orders fell 
off approximately a,SOOjOOO feeU 



PARIS. April 5 The art world 
of Paris is amused and scandaluced 
Uons of the Super- Independents, 
newest of scHoola of art, taava ap- 
peared bafwa Hm CMl Oakrt. and 
they have been unable to recognise 
children of their genius from the 
paintings of a group of art siudent4 

II all turns un the mark of a 
claw 

Tlte work of the RevgiUon over— 
wlien tbe great restaOMla of Paris 
giva anwiinlsslniis ta young artlsta 
to dsaorate their w to dow s wHb gay 
sketches of the new year's celebra- 
tion — a group of art students met 
un the Boui Saint Mich', where it 
overlooks the Seine Their pockets 
were empty. They were Ui melan 
choly mood. The Salon of the In- 
dependents and 8uper>Indepen- 
dento waa In full earing. Certain 
laadara of tbm Monlnartra Behool 
were sewing enormous successes. 

"Dls Done." swtd one of tJie 
weary votarie.s at the cold altar of 
art, "we could imitate the nvanner 
of two or three of theae geniuseti 
and—" He made a spJandid gesture 
of wealth and plai^. 

The ymthg imttaton worked night 
and day ftn their eold studios. 

In Uio art slang of Parts the 
artists who made the success of tlie 
season among the ultra -modern.s 
are well known as ■ les fauves"— the 
kings, of the Jungle of art. Their 
stanaturs Is familiarly known as the 
alaw. Avt dialsffs .1*0 handla the 
weak of these meti. and who have 
often sabsldlKed their art career, in- 
cite the popular artists to turn out 
work en masse, exploiting a sort of 
technical reproduction of cerUln 
characteristics of style. The desUers 
often maka Itt^ iaClkMi Iv such 



oooM ten ttw gold fMn tha 

And th« y(^ir.g art students also 
claim duiiiaKe.s riu y a-vst-rt tliat 
what they produced by tiie .sweat ol 
their brows was bought by the deal 
ers for a few hundred francs and 
."Old fur as many thntisande, JEvan 
the unsnspeetlng pubUe baa kaM 
brought tato the tunnoll, lor on- 
lightened amateurs <who are In tha 
end the patrmus r.f all art move 
menUk) pn ltrireu tne i oiiics lo Uie 
or IginuLs 

la the meauUiue the court has ra- 
■^rvad 



VICTORIA WILL 
fiEREPKEeiED 



Vic 



Oar tai AU 
Coast Cmsade 



Mkw art dsatara rseilfad tbe work 
of the young aspfaranii lo popularity 
with enthusiasm Tha mark of the 

claw, the signature of ttie kings of ' 
i.he jun«le. wa« imprinted on i-iie | 
pseudo-masterptM-es. XlHV aold a' 
appreciative figures. 

The real artlsta whose work., was 
being plaglarlaad got wind of the 
transactions and carried their eom- 
plalnt« before the courts. 

Justice had to decide wheUier the 
imprint of the claw WUg gflbced 
witli intent \.o deceive. 

the pictures, real axid Imlta 
tlon, yere brought Into aoort with 
their i a < >aa H i a arlkta. 

Plaoed before the eanvaees, the 
judge called on the illustrious kin8.s 
of modem art It Ml WhlSb was 
which. 

"What do you exi)ecl," they an- 
swered, "we make so many." 

The sltUng avar. tba owners en- 
daavorad to skigr nwa y thakr p atat- 
Ikgs. Sut oonfMlQii foBowad on 

the heels of bewilderment Neither 
Judge nor dealer, artist nor imitator, 



Victoria and Vrtiaon.cr l.s.aial 
will have been neii aiUpiu.sed when 
tlie Ail-P.i<iiir (.:i.,H.st t'ru.s*de. 
*liK-h leaves beattle on April 14 
for ('ahfuriua, comes to an and. 

The Victoria and Island FoMkMir 
Bureau Is arranging to sand a ear 
along for pubUolty piirpoaes. and 
My. Oeorge Warren, the secreUry. 
wlU be aooompanled on the trip by 
Mr. David lieeuilng ine.suieni of 
the bureau. Mr .MU'phen .Jone.s of 
tlie Dominion Hotel, and po.ssUilv 
Captain Wm Merst.on of ttie Heach 
Hotel 

At Seattle, the British Columbia 
and Wkshtattan dalaiatlaBa win 
Join and praoaad la Fortlaad. wtaara 

the Oregon members will ba mat. 

Proceedtiu? to ."^an Prancl.scn which 
Illy Ihe caravan will iea<h on Apiil 
19. a day will be spent there, when 
the crusade partv wiil lea\e tor 
lx>s .Angeles bv trnln a!! the vari- 
ous points of Interest in the vicinity 
of that city to be visited on anHM. 
Retumbig to Baa Frsnrtseo by 
train, a great kanqnat win be ten- 
dered the motorists. The lex ai dr! 
egatlon expect« to reach Victoria 
some time tfHtlkB IIm ftaH Wk 
in May, 

"But mv dear whatever do you 
want with allot ner MkT aiklf *A 
new hat, daiilng. 



r 



Pain Ov er Kidneys , 
Was Soothed Away | 

A splendid reeovsif mm anil by 

Mr A. 8. Gray, of Bnna^ Bask. Re 

heard of ii kikhI k ldr»ey medicine and 
used It 1 .started using Dr Hutn- 
Uton'.s IMl.s a few months ago «nd 
find them a K't"'! rnodlcino for 
.Stoniatli. I.iver .itid Kidney troubles. 
After taking a few boias of Or. 
HamUton's PtUs tha soreneas to the 

region Of my kidneys is nearly All 
gone. I am eating anytlilng lujw. 
\^hich I coiildn t do bsfoaV IgkfelB 

Dr Hamilton ,s PiUn " 

The.se I' .ld \ rt ni t lve pills Contain 

vegetable restoratives, suoh aa nan- 
drake and buttemul, and pkl aaw 
life Into tba Uver and kklneys. 
They soothe awny backache and 

make von feel brUk and full of 

'pep. ' Soidby aUdaalen. (Advt.) 




ERED 





Hodtofi Coadi 

This 1925 Hudson Coach is the 
outsttnding vklue of this in'eat 

$549 



WITH AN 



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conmiunity. Thsi Great Double 

a onre - in ■ a - lifetime opportunity to 

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imiwh w 



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1928 Special Six N* 
feet in every dctAll 
Sale price 



$1,325 



Dise Id the tremendous popularitf kf 

tfie new ( hevrolrf Si», ve have an 
unusuiiliy large stock of line uncd cara. 



THAT COUNTS 

■ • T 1 

To clear this stoct at once, we offer, 
not only tba ueiial raduetiMi f caCiicad 
yearly at ilrfs tlna, bkt tXXIILB 

RFDUCTIONS, meaning prices Ak| 
■ rr nothing less than *ensetionaI. 
The rrd "OK that counts'* sticker on 
•ny car is proof of iu quality aad de> 
fMndabtlfty. The doiihly rettm r ! 

pricas arc proof of amaxing vainr*. 

ler event the grealat kM ibe benefif* 
Com« NOW — to^ay* uc no 



\ Six-Cylinder, 
^ale priok .. ^ 



$850 



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Uabeatabla value at 



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Sale price ^.^ 

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. '< ■ price ^ _ 



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model. ^1 Ql" 

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AOTHOJUU^iMAUUtS gOSL CAmi.lAU LA SAItf^ MAAtt AND CUSVSOUKZ CAIMI 



TUF DAILY COT.OXIST. VTCTORIAV B.C. SUNDAY, APRIL d, 1930 




MR W. DOWNES 
TO SPEAK OVER 
AIR. WEONESP 

Heailh Talk ami C-hurcl. 
slices Billed Today 
- — Secoiicl Series ofn. 
PUys Broadcast -ti 



To Appear Over Air Friday 



ZAU HEARD 
an PIANO NIGHTLY 



Radio listeners who twist the dlaLs 
Of their receiving sets to tbe etber 
lU)« of CPCT durlnff this «Mfe Will 
find aaother interesting series of 
fVMli add ent«rtatnment« ached - 
titod to take place over Victoria's 
radio station. These features 'will 
bo ot Interest to all listeners, for 
they are of many dlflisrent types 
The flrst feature for this wrrk wn: 
be the morning ■enrlol of the Vic- 
toria City Templej, which wUl be re- 
tOMOd at iro'ckiek. At T o'clock 
tonight the Vltaloriom health pro- 
gramme will be prMontod, Intro- 
ducing a musical offerfhg and a 
short address on "The Common 
Colrl " Ff^Mowiri? thL< pro<rr«mme, 
a'v! iii;;ii;»"n.-ing rtt. V <0. Itlf fve- 

niiig service ol the Victoria City 
Temple win b* offorM to tlM lIlUll- 

baa public. 

PraBptiy at 6 15 tomorrow night 
a now nmk of nHht» ^•Sanoet 
procramBMo wilt feo Inautwated. 

and the Sunset Concert Orchectra 
win do the entertalninjr At 7:30 a 

ChariiilnK' i-Blf-hour pn^tramnie will 
be K':'-''n KoIIdvi-iiik this fcattire, 
Rrifl catiimpni 111^; a! fl nci.xlc. Ft*- 
VPli.son'.s r!nM"s v, li; ',ir''sfiit lh^• 
iennifl of a scrlfs of [i!hv-. 

Tuesday «>vt"ninK s .'i;ii;-ft p; o- 
gramme will offer tlip trio, prpsent- 
Ing an hour of deilsktf ul mualc <for 
?Mtn, imUo and plana Later, from 
11 vam midnight. tli»0^7itia Oir- 
dM Orehoetra wlU bo ilarred. 

TIm aanMt Concert Orchestra 
will rettmi to CFCTs studio for 
W^diiPsdav pvrirlnK'.s Sunsft hour to 
rriidfr an hour of rIaK.slral and 
senil -rlrt.'i.slrfti coiTiposU Ions Sfv'-n 
twpiifv find thf radi > 

'■'■',,(1 (mMiik Klvrn i-!riMi'd ■■ThP 
Roynl Cuiiadi.Hi Air V^n '■ 'Hi'^n 
at V iO tlic Piuviprla! Half Hour 

will bo sponsored by the Ocpart- 
moal of Agrleultuio, when Mr. w. 
Downoa, Donlnlaii Sntooaologlst 
Wffl apoak en *-nM Ikooet F«st«.of 
the Oaoim and Itioir Control." 
'The Prwlndal Orchestra will enter- 
tain. A' a o clock the Hurfistorni- 
erR' Old I'inip Oiihescra will de- 

iigi I mors with tho niitortM of 

yen : )i ;r h\' 

d,\v '■■vpriiiu? S'ln.spt pro- 
Kraniiiip will fcifiir"' the Sunset Or- 
nan Hprit.ii fttifi Ivdward Parsons, 
known to his wide foUowtng as the 
SMMt OifaoM. WlU acaln bo seat- 
ed at ttao oonaoM of tho boautlfui 
plpo organ. Vlro minutes after the 

COnelUSlon of this prOi;r.inimr Mr 
T. P. ftnmerson will (ontiniip hy 
third series of rhac rn Vour Boy s I 
Derelopment" by speaking on "The 
Boy and Honesty." 

Between 5:30 and 9 o'clock on 
Mday th« men and women of to- 
morrow'wlU be tho guests of CPCT 
when Aantto Babs will entertain 
them with stories. A' R '5 f)i<> Hun 
set Trio will ehteVtain di^crlmlnat . 
Inff radio di-'. ut •"•i^'i with ivn hour of 
trln rjiij. Ii At, 7 DO n h.ilf-hour 
1 iri i>: r,i ii I iiic of rliol. f inu>l(al rf- 
;oidUit:^ '■■ ll: hp hi ii«di-,v ! At B 
oiiKk I !•'< ■ 1 . F'lM.iy pvpnlng; ntn- 

dio presentation will be "radioed " 
Mr w. K. Harper wUI spoak at aj|n 
Botweon 11 and midnight tho cA- 
tal Oardon Orehsstra win hold She 
otntro of the radio stagt with An 
hour of syncopation. ' 

Tho last Sunset programme for 
this week will oommence at 6:15 on 
Saturday, wfatn tho concert orchrs 




RADIO NOTES 

Ba.spball fans of tha Fofltto OOOStl 

are kxjlilug lurward to the broad- 
ra*t of thl| VaolAc Coa- i Led({UP 

whioh csmmoncws on Tuesday. Ken 
Stuart will annoMDoe tha bassbaii 



CPH Makes Debut in U.S. 



Ma XJR and Don. Tltomp- 
nia ka hMitf ovar KPa 



Hw lamli tlMtt aehaid aiwmd the 
world la s^ndMlad far this avening 

at T o'eloek. whan Will Rogers htep& 

to the KHJ microphone for the first 
of thirteen weelclv broadcasts over 
the natlon-wtde network of tlie Co- 
lumbia Hroadi:a.sf iiiK System 

The forthroinlnji war «• \ i.'Uii Ions 
of combat plaufs ul Sai iiioii iilo 
will bring radio h. tenci , a n al 
tlirill this iiiimtli Kltt'jtirafp prf])- 
aralioiLS arc bfin« made Ijy the iiet- 
work.s to " plrit lip ■ thi' back and 
forth riullo battle talk between 
army planejs as they coodUCi aOtual 

battlas lo iha air. miles awaf fznm 

the 



COUNTESS Olga Albnl, famous coloraturi soprano and lif{ht opera 
htdi, a male fiuarfette and a twenty two piece novelty orchestia all 
perlorming special arrangements of favorite melodies arranged by iJirei 
tor Nathaniel Shilkret. will inaugurate the Kodak "Week End ' I'to 
gramme, devoted to favorite musical comedy tunes and classics of today 
and yastar^ay, which will have ka prtmlora Friday evenii^^^from 7:30 



Recently one Sunday afternoon 
the Columbia BToadaaiHng Byatam 
reaebad aorom tha OMmdhm bsrder 
to present the flrst of eight oonearts 

by The Montreal La Presse Sym- 
phony OrchPstr.'i .^niiouncpmrsits 
were made in K:"'n< h and EnKlL.ii 

CatatrolUng tni.t re.st.s In Koi,, Sp- 
attle. have bppn p!Hrh,4.-.rd tiv tlip 
owner of KVI, Spaltlt s Cohunbia 
{■halli ouMc The dral. wfiiiii 1 
.subject t,o the approval of the h'cd 
eral K'.idio ( cciuius: i >ii involve^ 
about {JOnooo 1! ua.s .staled. 

It ha.s been an.'iounnd that the 
tlmp for balloting to iietpuuine the 
winner of the Oood Diction on the 
Radio has been extended from 
March 31 to April IS. Announae- 
ment of the whmer will ba made 
ft' thanoAmaettagfllttm 
of Art directors on June 4. 




K iplmg'M Famous 
DrMm Wm Be 

On Air 1 



oduy 



FOR the first time since its formation, the National Broadcasting Com 
pany of the United States has accepted a regular radio programmt 
made outside the United States for distribution in that cotwtry. This 
distinction has been conferred Ml tite CaaadUn Pacific woeUy Vow ol 
"cheerful and good" mosic. Agresmsnt had boon reached with the NBC, 
un4sr wlikh Oe Canadian Padfic network wUl supply WJZ and asso- 
datad stations with a series of programmes made m Caodi with 
Canadian talent. The network will include WJZ. WHZ and KDKA 
with a total of twelve powerful .stations in the luhest and ;noM thick'-, 
populated settions ol the United States Hi o.td.. .istinx c oinineoi. cs to 
nixlit liom (ll.') to ft 4.S o \ lui k (PS T i and v.ill i onsist ot Uir tiist of a 
serim of b.»llad ope i a,<i siinjj hv a K'OUp of Canadian artists broQght 
together by Alfred lieaihri. noted iniprcssario, and S OppOf t sd by KCX 

Battle's well-known Royal York Orchestra. Openinc psriormance will 
be "Bomtd for the Kio Oraads.** offsrlnv a number of rousing sea 
chanteys. Photograph shows scons from tMs popular bsllsd opera. The 
second sarka wM be ^ danc* rooslc idayed by Fred Culley's Roysl York 
Orchestra and will be on the air every Wedneaday at ff o^dock 
(Pacific Standard Time), commencing April 9. 



The faniou.s I.ciu; 'I'-aVl ' to K;,'- 
IhiK, will he HUrn as .t (lialiiHlu' 
readlllK t''> .lohii I'eal on, lormei 
htil^e plavfi o\ei KJIi a; 7 0ClCKk| 
tonight oil a hroaiU us' listed as i 

Thirty Minutes With Um Orcat ' 
Mastsfi. asBlrttng Tocal artist 
will ba Afatha Tarlsy. soprano. The 
minuet from tha "B Flat Sym- 
piii.iu ' has bate; flbosMi by tha ar- 

chp.slra 

Mti.MCrtl Kflii'' ll 11! niai land 
Will Im' heard on the Jewel Bo.\ 
Halt Hour at 9 o'clock. inCludlOK 

i he Msrry Widow" and a group 
of Oriental islmlUmi. Agatha Tor- 
ley WlU ciMi»fcm> "wu^ jaifws 

Bird." 

A! 9 JO ocUxk the Whlf Wizard 
will Hpivear lii a I'lcaih^isl eiitilled 
■.A NiKl:' In liulri The imi.slral 
background foi his mystery oiQer- 
in>c Will Include '%intiC ami 
"Oansa Orlentale." 



ISfUIUKEOF 

DAVEV mm 



WW TI R PKI s it)V 111 \nu 
tl^l>AM2>U AMi bCUllli>U 
MVBtO 



>i. L. Uavey Will (,ivf an Addrsm 
"The Tracir IMlfht «f 

Central Fark** 





tfdock (P.ft.T.), 



at NBC 



Ira, will p'a',' l<i h.-teiier.s Durint; the 
last houi !hp ( rvstal Ciarden (>r 
chestra s dance nnt.lc will rlni,' on! 
over the local staUon's wavelength. 
These Interesting features, along 

with lU-rt Z.ala s iiiKoMv piano s ,,lov 
at 7 2(1 Ai:i hold thp /■'ic.o'cr^. ■>( 
thp inaii', ladio •■n i In i.si i st.s who 
tune in on Cf-'C I , \'li-toria s radio 
Rlatlotl 



LIBBY VQYAOERS 
. JO VISIT ITALY 



Mario 



Chamler. 
RUr 
OTer KOMO 



Noted Tenor, Is 

of ( Ol 




Frank ]jUthf*r to 
Be Soloist With 
Joy 3 Orchestra 

n«nk Lnther. tenor, offen Vocal 

Intprliidrs lo tlip sootldiiic melodie.., 
whlcli l.poiiard ,Jo', s all string dancr- 
oi l hr.sf.ra w ill broiul: a.si over an 
Mtc iiHwork as the Coca Cola pro- 
Ri amme. WaAMBday, at T JO o'olock, 

P.ST. .^^tf. 
A sports eoiflPPlhr will be 

ofTered by OrantllM ■Wg. ggtfneiu 

sport.i writpr 

.Stalions KFI K< >M( > K( i\V and 
K.SL will hroadcaat thi.s pn^Kratnnie 



""Old Counsellor'' 
Wm TM Value 

Of the Pseivspaper 

New.spapers will be rnn.';ldered In 
the light of their value us Invest- 
nipnUs by thp f i!,! ( oi^nsi wor," 
speaking on thp Hal.'e\ , art pro- 
Kramm'^ to be broadra/ • KOMO 
and stations of the NBC network. 
Wednesday night, at : f tfdock. 
PB.T. 

He will include the merits of 

newspapers a.s Invest ment,s In a 
general talk roveiin? th/« ■ Publica- 
tion Bu«lnps.s a 1 eld fo.- Invest- 
ment." Thn Chicago Little Sym- 
phony OrrhPstrfl. dirpcted by Oeorge 

Dsjch. WlU present a musical pro- 



TO SING SOON 



•BL UES" ABTISTS 1 KA 1 1 KtU 
WITH SCOT VALUES ON- 
FBOaEANm 



Radio Broadcastings 



Wenrich'8 Sonf! Will 
Have Radio Premiere 

m 

lYank Black's arangement af 
Weniich'R new song, "Make My Bed 
Down In Dixieland." will be sung 
over the air for the first time by the 
Ravslers; a mals quartata, broad- 
easting over an NBC network dtnr- 
Ing the Palmollve Hour, Wednesday 
at 6 30 o'clock, P R T. 

Among Wenrich's melodies Is 
found the unforgotten "When You 
Wore a Tulip " of many years ago. 
Anottior highlight of the pro- 




Courtesy of Radio Doing* 



Sunday's Programme 



Novelty Number Wil Be Ontstand- 
Ing galactlsB Heard 
Over NBC 




CNBT. VsaMOTW. B.C. «Wla>— 7 p.m.. 
Imperial Oil Hour of riiM Muste. Trass- 

( oiillnnital Network. 

Nallonal Bre»demalln( Canvany — 1] noon 
to 1 p.m., NaUooAl Youth Confertnce. 

I to S, Or. a. rariws OateMi. s to s. 
aaaSar MOMrt. S to 4, Catholic Hour. 
4 ta 4:M. Wwtera Arto>~ Rr,irs coneort. 
4:as te S. Dae mas »roi.:,.!nni,- » to tilt, 
Sana JtUlak. M s to Siot. 6 to c Ocms o( 
tha OraiM. f.U te S:tk OoUlof a Radio 
){oiir arts 4o 7:IS. At«aUr-K«nt Hour, 
r. U "1 8:4S, Candlcllcht Silhouette*. KQO 

' II 1.1 7 \i. Stanislaus Bern 9 Little Byin- 
1. o KOO 7 IS <n 7 4,^. Sti,<lPb»k»r 
1 'timiirlon* T:i5 to t IS. Siliulav n : Hcth 
I'urlier ». (11 to B. 11^ PUgrliin. KU(J 
» to 8 30, Borden prooramma. 8.30 lo 10, 
R«a(1«r^ Ciulda. 10 to uToar ClMSlca. 

II ' ] mid&Uht. Mwlcal MsflkatMra. 

K< c 



•NAi^PY- ENIOIN65 




MAKIA.N HAaais 



Crooning melodies with a distinc- 
tive "blues" tint. Marian Harris, 
famous butsrpreter of famous songs, 
Joins forces with Rudy 'Vallee and 
Ills Connecticut Yankees to present 
an aU'fmmd prograaama of tunes 
of the > < • nn the FlsllClimann 
"Sunshine Hour " on Thursday af* 
from S until g o'clock 



ORGAN RFXITAL 

"Lohengrin" Prelude to Be Played 




1 



MAKIO CHAMLEB 



Masterpieces from the extensive 
musical literature of Italy will be 
sung by Mario Ohamlsa, ine of 

America's leadlnct lytic tenor-!, rim 
bag the "Around the World With 
Ltbhy" musleal pilgrimaga to Italy, 
Tuesday nlgtit Thl.^ will bs broad- 
east over KOMO and aSBOdatod 
stations of an NBC network, oom- 
menclng at 6:30 o'clock (PB.T.). 

Joeef Pastemark direct* the or- 
chestra. 

Chamlee sings the celebrated 
Celeste Aida" from VMdTk famous 
opera of that nama. the fbmoiu 
vesU U oulbba" (On With tho 
Play) ftmn 1 PagHaeer* and two 
popular selections, a street sonrr 
centuries old. "O Solo M n ! a 
modem composition, XaraiileiU 
.sini 



The prelude tn Wagntrls "Lohen- 
Krln" with Its e'iieresl harmonies 
I and ' . .! -i; of "c H . f|tall. will 
jhpc'teicii koin I IO hv Tracy 

^ \' r:tiuioii o, \i^.i;ri. n Taber- 

nacle programme to be broadcast 
from Salt Lake City over KOMO 
and stattaM of tha NBC aatwork 
Monday aftenoen at i eielodc. 

PB.T. * 

The legend of thL'^ holy vessel and 
Its maKl<' powers tofjk .strong hold 
on mediaeval Imagination, the 

1 ;ii ' I 111 century Icaropd It anew 

frotn Wagner's "Parsifal" and 
"Lohengrin."' and from TbBnyaon"s 
"idyUa of tha Ktim." 



MOVIES AND STAGE 
WILL CONTRIBUTE 
TO CONCERT TODAY 



of madally-arranged 



ROSA PONSFLLK 
FAVORS VERDI ON 
THUR&i)AY CONCLRI 



AT AM. l^iALOtS 



Rosa PonsaUa. 
of the Metropolitan 

l>«i: favors Veidl'i 

tioru and 
ti'>os whSD ilw il 
to-ooaat aaCwQffk 
NBO In the RCA 

Thursdsv niRhl »• 7 



ioprano 

Com- 



a eoast- 

bv the 
Victor Hour 

orlo(k 1-HT. 



Kolot.'.t 
.selrc Ij 



herself 
works by 



McLERRAR, MeFEELY 
& PRIOR. LTR. 

Victoria and Vancouvw 
Solo Olitrihiitora for 



The K!ir<it 
Italian dp'«< en' 
of Itnlv % mo« 

I (Vf.'^rts .'<l>p tneludM "Avs ICaila.' 
from "OtaUa"' Mtf 13mIm ^ 
I Nottt.** ffram -B TtafatoR.* 

NHtli;i;uPl .^htlkrpt s roiirert or- 
i-hr«;tm fri(ur-s ' Nr i ; o] , i .,11 .Street 
' Memor.P' a op* r otr , .0., h ion Wrtt- 

• t«n lor sod fk d io a t al t« this or- 



A hglf 

show tOM. liahldlng Idarianne. 
from Ttwr IndB." and "Can't Help 

Lorin' Thnt Man " from ' ."^Jhow 
Boat," will be ofTcrrd bv .Iprh cnid 
k 'lies orchp<!tra in thp ,dc!)rni- 
Cliamplon's broadca.st, over n c .v ' 
to-ooast network from the M! 
Chicago Studios, tonight, at 7:4 > 
o'doak. PAT. 

Stations associated with the Ntt 
network broadra.it.lng this i i c 
i;i\;iui" Ki;'^' Portland 

Ore . KO.MO ; ru':U- and KFI. Lo:; 



(P,B/r.) ovar ilaltai KOMO and a 
coast-fo-ooast notwork of statioiu 
associated with the NAtlonal Broad* 

casting company. 

Miss Harris will sing several 
popular .songs, including IrvInK Bpr- 
lin's 'With You" an^ a novelty 
number which the singer says has 
never been heard before. The artist 
appeared on Broadway in "A Night 
In Spain" and "Yours Truly.- Her 
latest work for the Screen was 
•"DevU May Care." with Ramon No- 
Tarra" 



1 t K T, \lrtarU, B.C. (17.1. ftmi fl.HOkl — 
I II H Moinliu »rvlc<" III Uif Victoria 

( ny Xcmpla. 7 p.m.. Vltalorlum Health 

iTocraaaaM faatana Mate aad sn aSSroia. 
rntitlMi "The Ombsmb OaW-" 7:4s. Tho 
wr-^i cn.^t lofanBatlao Sonrlca: tima 
v.:c«i " in. Wrtift aarTieo of tho vic- 
toria CUT Ttavla proaaaU U>a ralialou* 
draoM. "Not Brood Aloao." Weathfr re- 
port and feroeaat: reiuma of protrammaa 
for week 

CKWX. \>n,nii.rr. B.C ( 1 10. 7in )— W 
p m to * 30. 8tadlo prointiume. • to 10. 
Home Oas Sundar aynu>Mni,v hour, 10 
to 11:30, Orsan rocltal by Iv/ Svans froaa 
R K.O.. OrplMaai Tbaalro. 

KJB. Soottlo. Woak. rSOO.tai ONk)— 
13 noon. Cliitaleal roneert 2 p in , Bm« 
manual Tabemitclr 1. Elmorr VlncOnt. 
ttnor. 1 45. Lyrle Trio. A;M. Oton 
■oton. tonor. S> maaSwaa QalaloOlo. 1, 
Horaotownora. B. Orsad Orebootra. 0. 
lAit aauehoi Arientlna: Bd. Sholdoo. laan- 
dnlin. Elmore Vincent, tenor. 10. Ansalua 
Bnaembla. 11. Harmony Aeoa: Kulala 
Doan, bluoa; Klmora Vlncant. tOQOr. ' 

KOMO. Seattle. Wash. (S!».0«i atOk)— 
0 a.m.. Organ recital 10, Intamatlonal 
Btbio StudonU' Aaaoclatlon 11. Perdin 
KOTHM^ taasr; aUtOl Fark.^. contralto 



OoBarsiatlMtal Chureh. 1S:15 p m. 
to 7:45 p.m.. K.B O. 7 48. Perdin Koramo 
and Ethel Pirk.s n. r\rr- chtireh of 
Chrlil, Sclenllsi. » o, ii N !) ( 

KVI. Tac«aa, W»«h ( .liM .^fIl ; Tsnk) — 
a;>0 to 0:10 a.m . uitBn re.-iini 9 30 t.i 
10:10. Roodlnc Uut runnr Papera. 10 30 
tc a:M ».m.. OJB.S. 3:S0 l« S. AU Ka- 
tiaaa Lonsuaso Buroan. 3 to 4. Pro- 
srammr to r,r announced. 4 lo 7:30. C.B B. 
» lo 1.. (-»ira 10 lo 11, Trio 11 
to 12 /i.idiiUhi. Orsan recital. 13 to 1 
am. Ooorso Yoonl. •rgaalat. 

KOW. PortUsd. Oro. (SSS.Omi OMk)— 
« 11 „ m . Oraan roneert 8 SO. American 
Iricn;, tirognininie JO. InternaUonal 
Bible Studenla' procramme. 11. Church 
aarvloo. IS noon. MoUonal Touth Confer- 
•neo. I:M p.m.. NB.p. 3. Orsan recital. 

2 4$ to 4.-N.B.O. 4. Optometry taUc. 4:n 
to 7 45, N.B.G. 7:40. Baker rhythm boya 
a IS. Baby's boudoir proaramme. I M. 
Bdwarda Puraltura. 0, N.B.c. • SO, or- 
ehastra. 10, Cdaoort. 11 to 13 mldnlcht, 
' >rfan recital. 

KTAB, OakUnd, Cat <aS3.4Bi SOah)— 
D to 11 a.m., Bible class ll to 12 20. 
Church aerrieos. 13 30 to I p m . Chapel 
of Chimes. I to 1:30, Church of Latter 
Day Balau. 1:30 to 3, itoToltr raoords. 

3 to 3:30, Ptaoo. ukulele. 3:30 to «, "Orsan 
•ehoas.' 4 to 5, Musical Appreciation 
Hour. 5 to e. Chape! of Chimes. 6 to 7. 
Ttndall lecture. 7 to 7.30. Joan Ray, con- 
tralto: Jaaa BanSa, fiaa*. t-.M la 1:4«. 
Obapel of Chlmea. t'M to 0-1S, Church 
services S IS to 911 Kii,,- • nc'lnirs, 
tanor 10 to 11. Br.] - ,. 1 ■ 

KP3tC. Saa FraacUre, C'al. l48l.&aBI 

siaS)— s a-aa. U U aoaa. "Hoom. Bwaot 

Homo" eotieort. IS to 1 p m.. Concert 

1 to 3. "Jean and n»r Slmdown ' 1 t 

2 30. CB8 2 20 ta 3. B..i.« i,-, it»l 1 
to 4..01aas>cal concert « lo 4 30. CBS 
4:S0 to 0, laaplrational talk 0 to • 30, 
TtoUa and harp and pianist. B:S0 to 
7:10. CB S. ^ 30 lo 8 30. Concert Or- 
ehoatra. 8 30 to 9, Melody Hour • 8 to 
11, Orchestra. 11 to 12 midnight. Organ 
rocltal. 

KNX, I.es Angeles, Cat. (tas.Sai laSOk) 
—a to 11 am. Proiirammo of rvfmlw 
rocordings 11 to 12 20 p m., nrg| nag 
bytarlan Chiirrh 12 30 to 1. L«ulse John- 
son, astroanalni i to 2. International 
Blblo Students Association. 3 to 4. City 
Park Board maalcal prosruaaaa. 4 to S, 
Radio Church of the Air. 0 to 0:30, Talk. 
• 30 to 7. Hollrwoid Hnmsnlst Sorletr 
7 to 7 30. Scriptural Re.iearch Bureau tslk 
130 lo 8, KNX artists. 8 to ». First 
PreabytartM ObarA. 0 to 10:30, Oalmen 
Lubovlafci. mastar vlaUalati Waltar V. 
Pe - 



Hkanaobsn'fe arrangsBMBt for or- 
chestra of Muriel PoUoek's 'In the 

Shadow of the Tlsche." The en- 
.s('!iihlp, (oMijio'f'd of <>'.l\r Palnirr. 
.sop; .100, ivh/.atwtli L<Mmox, con- 
tnilto 1';. ll Oliver, tenor; T^e 
Revelers and the orchestra, features 
Haonschan's arrangomant of Wklter 
Donaldson's Ho^aanes." Thla pro- 
granune will ba hoard ovar stations 
XOiA. TOMO^ KOW Hi K OO. 

LATEST BROADWAY 
HITS MARK TODAY 



fVaneeo ■aleosabo and Frank 
Lather Bliig Dueu fnr Chass di 
Sanborn rroxramma 




Mondays Programme 



CNBV. VaaeeaTer. B.C. (JOlni) 10 in 
a m , Morning hour of mualc. 10 30 p m 
oenosta. ChroMlalo. WOUa aad =. 
four OobMb mu I Uaattaa Mrtara. 



Armor I r I'muf nmmo 



F.!-* ill Fr'.OK.. ' . - i: 
band iP(l.*rr is ' : .r ■ :y,r,y'-ri , - of 

"On the Mall" which U to be played 
as tba eoBoMtag mmibar on the 
AraMor iwiniaBiiM ta ba bceadsast 
ovar KOMO. Mday night, at g-so 
g'Moek rrsT^ 

«nt.*m...».»i». II r un "Ott the .Mall ' Is a iiiiTine niarrh. 

M'^^'HK it, titip f o., ,„p M,i; .1. 

I Np* York's Central Par*, where 

ooidinaD 'Bag. tftadlgA Muay gon- 

Avor-iit-i, l orn. Dick and Hbny: 
a mixsd chonis of al^tam vateaa, 
and a thirty-pioea orc h as tia under 
tho dtrsetloa of t.^.^f Korst ipr 
to the pro|ramme. 



DamroMch Present^ 

StrautB Tone Poem 

*T)eath and 'rrnn.sfiKuration." 
Richard .Straii.s.^;' tonp jiopm rri>re- 
sentlng the mysterlou.s majestv of 
death, is selected by Walter Dam- 
rosfdt as the contrepiaoe of the Oen- 
aral Mactrle Boor symphony pro- 
gramma to bo broadoast over KOMO 
and through statkms aasoclatad wMH 
tha NBC, SatwAr BIglit. at • 

o'clock. P S T. 

Flovd C'.lbbons. Joomalist. will ffivp 
another of bls "Advsntures In 

Science" 

Gas On Stoaach 

Hated To See 
MmI TIim Coming 

Mrs V I.e.wl< k f'oi' \\\:..^-,^, 
I )nt , «-jHm ' M.V ha.st>aiid ■ iJTprrcl 
with a baxl .^tomarh . ouh! iifj* pat 
nt all but on ii-slriii foiii txittlp, of 



RijRDOCK 



Bll I FR.S 



I 

ha la feallng a different man alto- 
gether 

"L mT»"lf waa fiTTibly bothered 
wHh gas on mv atomarh which kept 

Cttd^ft^jsa^msal^ "^J^^^ ^ 
I trtad mTmMM. tae. iSSdaMr*! 
T Bks" 

anlv hj Til' T Mllh-irn 

0Bs IMM Tiv^xitA UBk iAdru ^ 




NatUnai Braodeaetli«« ramaanr in 1-, 
to 10:30 am. Josephine Oibsou ' n . 
10:30 to 11:30, "Woman's Mssatine o( 
the Air" lt:tt to U aooai. Oaany Cook 
Programme. ttSS ta't p m., Paeino Oehool 
of the Air 3 to 3:30 p m . Mormon Tabor- 
narle choir and organ. 3 30 to 3:48, 
Studio Personalities. 2 45 to 4 lit. Call- 
fornlatrpoderatlon of Women's Cltibis. 4:4S 
to i. Talka by oatslaniMng speafttra. 0 to 
SS. Ted FloTllo " J - M.rtse Or- 
ira. ( 20 lo 7. ' . r ' . M ■ 1- K«ti,i:/ 
7 lo 7:30. Strembrra Carlson pr'i 

V:M to % BiBpira BaUdora x i'> 

■rtS. amUom no«i. S to 0. Rudy BeiiT . 
Shell flrmphonlsts B 20 to « Amoi 
" Aiicly » 4S to a. ol« snil ())• (ilrlj! 
8 to t:10. " Voice of Firestone • » in to in. 
Oiaar Band. 10 ta I0:*0, Muale Bo< in 30 
(• 11. HMiaa ol Mrtha. 11 to U midnight, 
Oanaa orahaatia. 
oftrr. vMoHa. «.e. ttnjhmt tmy— 

7 M a m . Morning market trmda S 
Closing market quotations 8 18. Mwtaa 
market quoUUooa. Bunaat OOMort 

Orehaatra offMra: TB* ala riBi e IS "ntaa" 
tMoaart): tho ffevofltoO from "Ohtt Chin 
Chow" (Norton); a rn.wr-' waltz. *A 
Bvamer evening:" an r:. .,ro. "The 
WoddlBd of a RogO" (Jesseli. a coUactinn 
of aoMM (roai 'T ilu agao Par (■otWrt>. 
-Oabrlone Bolte" fWoaael 7 IB. "What s 
Doing In To»r. r-.,,,!..,, n. i^i.,, «««tlier 
report and If ' ii,' / . , « 

piano . _ W est coast inlormalion Merrtcc. 
Uwa alwaL t:SSk A half-hoar prooramme 
wta he stssaatad. S. Xho aaoood acrioa 
of plays ta es a as -Lsaiaa. tga weM* 
of tho fflalaa." iMaB la aaOMM •^Im 

r>e«th Warra ni " 



1 Intcht Revelers 
KH. Ja«*ma. Woah. 4804.»mi 780*)- 
10:M a.m. to 3 p m., CJ4.8. 3 to 8. c B fl 
• to 0:47, Protramraea to be announced 

7 20 to 8. CB.B. 8 to 8 30, The Colum- 
bians 8 30 to 0. Orchestra 8 lo 10, 
Blue Monday Jamboree 10 to io 18, 
Varalty QiuirUtU. 10:1$ to ll os. or- 
cheatra 1 1 05 to II 07. Bludlo programme 

- :• p • irt.'. Orchestra. 13 lo 1 

K<,W. Perlland. Ore. ris.^Sm'. «nntii — 

8 p m.. Vocal and instrumental & so. 
Talk hy Charle, p. Walker 8 to 10.15. 

Baa aaOlaos Bora ll. 

KlAB Oakland. Cat. (ll3A4ini MOfcl — 

^ !■• « 1> m , Piollr MoMi « lo 7. Btil'llo 
programme. 7 to 7 30, Racordlnas. 7 30 

to a Bona roalUI. 0 to 10, Motedy Qtjtn- 

tette. 10 to 10:30. Organ Behooa. 10 30 

to 1 am. Dance reror't. 

araf. Kan Franrlim < al lOl.^mi 
g|Ok»— 3.30 to 5 pm. CB8. 8 lo 8 18. 

Boba. aporta aalbartty. S:U to oito. 
"Totir Plnaaeial ProMoma." tiM to 7. 

Charles Hamp. for S * W. 7 to 7 30. 
Melodies of Broadway. 7 20 lo 8. "Oold 
Strand." CBB • to 10, Oolden Bt«U 
Blao Monday Jamhoras." 10 to ll. Hotel 
Idark gopkloa Orofeostra. II u 13 mid 
Blest Los 
1* ts I a-as. 



^Uj-r^-l^-r .All. ^ 
.*rATii»a S^<j.4.. mom' 




FBANCES BOU^OnB 

Tho lightning, two-plano antics 
of CMiraan and Arden. tha oroonlng 
of Frnnrp.t Holrombe, radio's Istest 
"find," and the duet and solo se- 
lootloBs of Mank Luthar. tenor, 
and Erva Oiles, soprano, as well s$ 
ttM "Muted Singors" lUumlnato 
muatoal hits trom Broadway shows 

on the Cha-He and Ranborn Choral 
Orchestra pro; r nn to heard 
thl.s evening !• <0 to g (P.S T > 

over sution KoMO and a eoas^to 
coast nsCwork of agaoclatsd MBO 
sUttaaa. 

Tho famous duet number. "Wasn't 

It Wonderful While It Lasted" from 
"Flvlng High" la performed by 
Lmhf r nnd MLss Giles a.<i a spe- 
cial], wrlttrn bit of harmony of 
G':> H.- Unpn.irhen. 

ohman and Arden lllUBtrato the 
late.'t danee erase with "Tap 
Danee." a sslaotlen avriaad for this 
nowast or tarfrtshwaau stops in 
which thsy bland their syncopated 
rhythms to aaako a two-plano 
holiday. 



Old favorites with a Scotrn 
and Spanish background are pta- 
ssnted by James Stanley, famous 

conrt>rt ha.s:i, and 'WiiUer Preston, 

weU-known radio twritons when 
they dlTlda heoora m tha Dmray 
Tree programme of o M '- ll ma mrio* 
dies heard this aftanwon from t 
to S o'clock (PJS.T.) over station 
KOMO and eighteen wji.ated 
NBC Stations, singing rp.spfc lively 
the lively Harry Liiudcr iHvorifp, 
•Oh, IVn Nice to Oet Up In the 
Moiniog" and the languoiioas liar- 
cheta" of Scherzinger. 

Former United Statas OongMsa- 
man Martin L, Davey. worid-re* 
Bowned authority on conservation, 
will give a brief talk on "The 
Tragic Plight of Central Park " 
The story ot the "MrOufly Elm." 
one of the .vMpnteen trees planted 
on the campus of Ohio University 
at Athens by Dr. William A Mc«. 

Gusy, author of thaJMnooa nad> 
ars. WlU ba told by thg MnmoMtr. 
Alwyn Bach, \ 

HALIBURTON WILL 
KELATK TR.AVLLS ^ 
OVER AIR TODAY 

Richard Haliburton. famoUB au- 
thor, traveler and leetorsr. will 
maak ovar tha NBC System tonight 
batwaan t:SO and 10 o'elook, PB.T.. 
during Jo'eph Ifenry ^MfeMfft 
Reader's Ouldp pprlod. 

.Tark.soM will .'.ppnk htifflv o| 
Hahbnrton's "RovrI Road.s to Ro- 
niiuKP ' and his latest book. ""New 
Worlds to Ooh^uer." HaJiburton is, 
.scheduled to diaeusB aooM of tho' 
high lights of his latest travals. 

NBC System statloiw ofTering 
this programme arp KO( ■ 
Francisco and Oakland; KHq. 
Bpokane; KOMO, Bsattla. gBtCOA, 
Denver. 



KPL Loa laailsai Cal <l 

8 )0 to 8 30 9M^ MMjO. 

Mayer Quart " 



Progratnms lor ( Spatk- 
HM, Me t all ia concert of re- 
ll'IO to 13 noon. Muitc and an 

< in ••• « 1 ■■ ' a..« ■ 



• 30 am 
tOlSS to 
eofdtnta. 

no^inren-.n* . 

r».t.a'i< n^i'-ti H..,. ■ , . ■ , , 

F ive a Clocg Tea proaramme s is to s id. 

AfOSnMsa O aa a g u of raggrd i naa i sa to 

0. Ban noars buHetlns: announeemonta . 

mialf aid <irp. .la-a! H to 8 88. Otudto 
proarami-. a «i -r, - ,^ Bfttlahtlarool 
radio )«-tiire hr Mr Percy SUM. 7:18 lo 
: in. "Oacll and S«Uf." 

anaro. Sea«U«. Woall. ISHAbi SSth) — 
^ lo tnn pm. NBC tS-.U> aaBaoltaBMl 
Mo^ir in ti. oanre oroBWlfa. IS asld- 
n la tit. Organ recUal 

■ J3I. Soottla. Wash. rsaS-taai a7aht . 
12 10 p « . Opera aeleetlons I. Mutlral 
proaramme 3. OIgn Baton, tenor Marie 
Rntiillard. plane 3 15. Bnng Birda a 
Rometo»nera Orchestra ' r>f..- ^^, 
Odies 8 to. Haraonr A''- s . . . 
nrneramme 8.30. Wresiiing mairn. Ken 

srL w:se. OlSBjMaa. taSMri MatJaWg 

io>hii|«fO. ■ _ — — 



FatsoO 



a NX. ! Aoaelea. Cal t*8SSmi t.asaS) 
7 30 to a p m . One-art plav » lo 8. 
Mtntral Trio 0 to 8.30. Oourtesy pro- 
sramme 0:00 t« lOb KHX toaiure pro- 
aramme 10 to l> aidaieht. Ceeoaaut 
Ornvt Orcheatra. 11 la 1 a.ai.. ninaa 
bwir 

asi. Salt Lake CHr. Olafe (SSI.tal 
i.iaaot 8 u> 8 pm.. NBC. 0. "Tha Jawol 
Boa. ■ 0.S0. M.B.O. 1:80. fWQTaflO faa 



PATRIOTIC SONGS x 
MELODISTS FEATURE 

Mixed Quartetl*- l\ ill Be Prcacoled 
mS Afternoon OtWB MBO 

•"Die Maplo Usf Forever." "My 
Country, 'Tis ot Thaa," and "La 
MaiaalUatsa'* art goMiv tha patri- 
otic aha to bo p raaa nt a d in harmony 
arrangements by a mixed quartette 
thl^ nfternooo when Cnna Jettiek 
Mplodle.n go on thp air over KOMO 
and ."Stations of the NBC network at 
6 o'clock. Parlflr standard tlmp 

I Thp qiiartettp corwlst.* of Bet.<(' 
\vrfs. soprano: Mary Hopple, coi. 

I iraito. 81-eel^ J.-tmUon. tenor, and 
Lron .Salathlel, ba.is OoorgS Dil- 
worth direcu tba erahastral onaam- 
Ma haam te tha (altowtag pro- 



Rancher KOled 

As Wind Sttypppn 

i I lilt Iruni Liooi, 



(Canadian Preaat 

SWIFT CUR^IKNT, Bask.. AprU 4. 
William Sharpa. fifty, llgpla Oraik 
dlstriot shoep rancher, was instuitly 
klBed today when he- was swept 

from the roof of hLs barn during 
a dust st/>rm of near ryrlonlc pro- 
portlon.s. Tlir .storm swp))t nvpr farm 
and ranch Innd.t of Southern Bas- 
katrhewan. and damage was raport« 
ed particularly in arsaa wast and 
south of Bwlft Ourrsot. 

Some rain fell during tha 4ay. 
Fields ware cnistad with dost, and 
farming 
held up. 



Tfp MiT r.. :m':1 r .ll- S'> a 
m.iv ■ . . : ' • 1,1 , I: 

he who couria and does im^ wc 



ly fkid 





Jone^ t buying 

■ I r a I . ! -J. P» 
»l«e.5 too his • 

Wife Vp-i, vAf 

it's got to go oww 
tho ear la 

WB baawta 

m 

Hip women of today I'rp 
»t J" 111 the girt SetR 
I • '•■'ra from now?" 



a now overcoat) : 



<ii' Remember, 
tho tadiitor of 
nMtl 



'Oiai •nierp."* "The Americans 
Come,- "Thp Mnplr I,esf Forevfr " 
•Xa Marselllal*e. "Britlali urena- 
• "My OoMtry. Tls of Thee." 

ATWATER IffillT 



lohn 



I hnma.« HUl '^^^^ 



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and 

will be presented 
artist on the Afwatpr Rpn* 

be hmadcast t • . 

' Ir rnj(.?)i »• .-i ' , : • :» . ,1 



I Burn.JSt^id, or Scratch 

(withZininiiik mransthat 
pain wyothrtl 



ay — 
^l<|^ if ia« 




KOA an' 



pain 

fti.if ifjjiifiv 

»taiitly^P,f(/tccted against 
poigonoii<)f<Trn« fhatnat- 
■ral h< till"; I'- ti.*'. trued. 

Etco wuuods that hgve 
taken "bgd wsrt.** «nd 
Ob^'in.itc < .i<-rsiA Kc7<*ma, 
Ftonasis, Ulcers, Riofe 
frorm and fftcg, are all 
fseoas^fiilly frcatrd by this 
wonderful herbal balm. 



Sp/endid For 

Skin troubles 



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26 



THr. DAII.Y COLONlfi»T, VICAOHIA, B.C. iiUlSDAV, APRIL 6, 1930 



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FINANCE - COMMERCE ^ MARKETS 



Profit- Taking at N.Y. Is 
Heavy But Prices Keep Up 
With Very Large Turnover 



auni Tob. 
lel iL Itl. 

Armour "A" 
A , ct Dry Oootto .... 

AlUlitli OuU 

Atlantir fUflMrr .. 
AlChlKIU 

Autarn lllf .... 
Baltlmer* * Obi* . . 

B^tmor A Ar »t'k 
HHXUtAtW ■ A 
BclMrlirtil Blrrl . . . . 
H<>iK'^ Mtmidu ... 
BrooUjrn MauliSt ... 

" lUKMto fMkiac . 
m«t * Alls. 

nirt At HTla 
( C'lin Ui y ( j n^r\ Al* 
C'aiittdiaii Hh( 

0«rro Da Pawo 

OarUlO'tMd Prod. . 
OhMkPMike * Obto 
Chl<f Ot ■Weatern . . 
riilr . Mil A HI P 
rhir A: Ni.rllmf.vl 

Clili . K 1 A J'ac 

( iirv.Hlri Motor .... 
c<K«i Cola .......••.I 



OtJua 

Cirtun 



NFAV YORK. April S The bull 1 Am 
faction k«-()t rhiugs vn-ll Ui hand m i Am 
today bhoil se-vMdn of the .sto( k 
inarkpt, clMplu* luii'.v w»'«'k-fn'1 
profit- iHkln^; ^alp.^ I'hr iiiarWc; 
.<iaRRP(l .sub&tanualh iiiril Uie la.st 
h&M hour, when fit.- h uperationx for 
Uie advanee wmt l»uncl)«d In Um 
nrtUltjr sod oU ciMtfM. and tb* gen- 
eral llct waa Uftad Imtularly higher 
Tradlni; was tn large Toiuae, sales 
for the t wo hoar MMtflO Mag ajU,- 

480 Ahaies. 

The prices Index of ninety repre- 
sentatlve.s .-hares gained 1' pi^'lhts 
reaching :.;o4'.. which b a? ai»i)in.x 
. Imatcly Um level of October 34. the. 
date of oae «f the early tremors 
which preeaded the Autumn crash. 
•Hie movement was highly irregiilar. 
and aniiispiiifnt shaif., iigaln «old 
ofl sub.stantiallv , biil leRalned part.' 
of th»*ir loikM'.s 111 .shot' CDVcriiig | 

The raUs were sluggish, the price! 

liulex of twenty leading OMrrlar|o^' rtt«r*^«a 
sfcoeka tagging a fractkm. i roiumbia ou .... 

-A colorful aasortmenfc of f«gu*- < «ir»;.(ione co 
and unconfbrmable mMgar naaonj^;;," u^".".'.'.. 
helped the advance hi the uUntyjcorB Prodneu 
and oU share.? Have for the week- 
t'licj revlewv. there vHa^ Mrtiially 
nothing in lh<- liav s ne\^s of a 
character to inliuence the market 
The week-end fetlewi were fairly 
optimistic. 

Consplciou^ strong cpoi. wen 
standards of California and New 
Jen*jr, which rose two and three 
points to new highs for the jmt. 

Foreign exchanges were ataady. 
\Mth sterlint aaWes haMtng at 

A late rally In A.merlcan Tele- 
ph. Ill ( itnvertlbles jwived to- 

d;i\ ' li ii ' '■■ ' ' ^I'uu en- 
tirely a dull allaii . un- l el"phone 
debenturea eonverted a bmall loss 
tnt« a Bet advance of polnU in 
tte last quarter hont -and doaad at 
ItVH. the highest hi more than she 
nonths. Turnover was large. 

I he principal development In the 
remainder of the market, wa.s the 
heavluPM of ama-^^oment Lssiie- 
Pa lis and Utilities were quiet and 



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a few iBdtMferlali pro- 



Allrc'^aiiv Corpn. 
AllKd Chrm. .... 
Amarada Oorpa. 

Am. Can 

Am Car ft ftf. , 
Am. Tor Power ., 
.^m l.o-omoll»a . 
Ami SnK-l'Ti , . . 
Am. Blacl Fdjr. ... 
Am. awar 



33 7 
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Cnielble ateat «» '' 

Carila* Aaro 

|liHl.^on rtieni. ,....•< 4U ' 

ro»'1rr , 139 6 

Kitsduau Kodak 23a 

Fii" ■ Povor >• S§ 

Eiec storast Baltv .. *»»-• 

EacW'n rfc. a'r» 

Erto »• , 

Pamoim Players 74 1 

rox Kllm A • 41 

Pracport. Texai ♦•-S 

Oakrial enubbora 
0Hkr4ii«r Motor ... 
OoMral An. Tank 
Ooaoral Aaphait .. 

Orn. Electric 

0*11 /"cod 

o<-n. Ifetori 

(»an. Rr. atonal 

oetd PMt 

ooadrtek Kobfear.. 

oranbr 

Orcat NoTtti. Ora 
Great North pCd. 
Ot. Watt Susar 
are«<ia Canaaoa .. 

OrKibr Oruoow tl-i 

Quit SUtaa Steal 

Houaton Oil 

Howe Found • 
Hudson Motor 
Hupp Uotori . . . . > 
niiiioit Central 

Imperial OU ■ 

Inaplration 

Intl. Cement 

IiUI Comb. Kn«. .. 
Inll. Harvester ... 
Intl. Uaich p(d. .. 

Intl. Paper 

Int. Pete 

Int. MIefcal 

tat. TeL Se Tel. .. 
Jolina-UanviUe ... 
Kan City Sotlth .. 

Kelvlnator 

Kennecott Copper 
KoUter-R»<llo 
LabUh Vallr 



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Mui Pacllic 
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Loula. Jt Naah. ..«•*••• 138-4 

Mack Truck M 

Marlln aockweil »0 

Maytaa Co. . 33-1 

Mea a saa oard ....... S4-S 

W-t 
94 » 
40 

Naali Motors 48 3 

National Blacull ef-* 

Nail. Caiti Kca ••-4 

lUa Dairy Prod ii * 

HatL Power * U«ht.. 54-S 

N Y Air Brake 46 

NortloK Wrai 3M 

North American ISt-S 

Jl^eni Paatfla .... 

KT Contral 11 

N Y , N H A: Hart . . 127 

N Y . Out & West . 1« 

Packard Molor Vi' 4 

Fan Ainerlcitii "B" .. 34 * 

Pathe com 5-7 

Penaayieaata MJI. .... Si-S 

PbintM P«*« 41 

Pierce Arrow SI 

Public Ber o{ MJ Ill 

Pullman Co 88 3 

Keadlna 177 

R*a Motors II 8 

RfP. Iran * aiMl .... ^1-4 

Rayal Oateh SI- 3 

B'-liuUc . ......... 8 7 

H^*rfi Rorbuck ....... ^ 

Sliell I'liloii • 2ti 

rtlniniofK^ Oi , R3-3 

Sinclair Cons tl-l 

& Oal. Bdlaao ./ U4 

Southern Rallwar IW-S 

standard Brand 35 8 

Fitaiidaid (ias lit 8 

6'tandatd OM. Cal 72 

Standard l>il. N J 7» « 

Standard OU. N Y 37-8 

stawar* Wafaar 47 

St. iMvit * a. Wan... 114 

Bludrhsker / . 43 J 

'VrxAn ('i> . ' rt fi 

Trian Diilf Hulplrjr .. 64 7 

lunkrii rtolirr 84 4 

Tobacco Prod 4-4 

imiMa OU a< OaL. .... 47-4 

tmlaa VaeUia n* 

u s. oast X. ripe 34 4 

1; a. tmi. Ake '> 

u s. Rubber 33 15 

U.S. bteel 114- « 

Undarwoad Ttb. 134-7 

Union CMkiMria Ml-I 

mn. Power * Usht.. 44 

V.nnflliini lOe-7 

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\V»IliM Htu.s PIct TI-4 

urM « Air Brake .. 47-7 
Waiii^n Bros. Pa»E. .. llS-4 

WaaWnt. atoe 117-4 

WHIM Motor 41-7 

WUlya-Orerland 

Woolworth 

T'aaton 8h. * Tu MT-I 

Tel. Tfk * Ooaaa .... 17-1 



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WHEAT MAUrn 
13 VERY HUM 



Weather News and Ftire 
casts Have Their Effect 
on Trading at 
Chicago 



CORN MART FIRMER 
£AiUaY WITH WHEAT 



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r" MORTGAGES 
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Well placed Ifortaaaei are a safe and aound InvaataMBt. 
You nar aavo aaaney aarnlna only IT* or 4%. 
Why rot DCXJBUr lU oarnlntat 

\Vr l.iisr on hand n few very Utrartne Morteaer^, rinsing from 11.000 to 
)->R00 brariiit 7'j', and 8' . on n'* sad nioflern dwlllnas, 
Inveators who are desirous of Incrfimn* their incom'.', con.',l(itent with safotf, 
gMaM ••• U8 at oneo. 

Oar Mor(»«-;r n<-p«ilm«tit U «l T»ar •ertlrr aI all Hmr'.. 

PEMBERTON & SON 

625 I'oit Street 



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Hunnlnt8 ft Co., US.) 
Hisb low 



Ahana 

Amulet > 1.41 ^ 

Bane Metal ' S.IS 

Bedford II 

Bla M18aourl 58 '4 

Dome 8.75 

Palronbrldao 4.81 

Oraham BoUStWt .. .03 

Oranada ' > 

HoUinaer ■ ^ 

Howey I» 

Hudaon Bay U.IO 

IntT Nickel 4S.B« 

Lake Shore 23 55 

Manlti'hit nasin 07 
MInInc Corporation 3.80 

Newbw II H 

Neranda lass 

Pttareon Cobalt 11 

PraUer 1.00 

San Antonla 11 

sherritt-ONrdoa .... a.H 
BJ acoe .IS 

.S.i.lhn. . Pt .1 $.tn 

p , .IS 

Trcit HusllfS 1.11 

Ventures l.M 

Wrl8ht Hartreavea . 1.74 



^78- Phones -188 1 t. ■ ' ■ f>.-'5 I'oit street || 



Safety in 

Public L nil! 



r.iiii'N of tlic Wc^i ( .iii.-iiliaii llxdro I'.Ict tric Ctirporalion, 
Liinilcd, arc the hrsl charge oi an upcratiiiL' public utility. 
This type of bond haa cerUin definite advantages over 
issues of any other type of industry. 

I'..iriiinps arc stabilized so periods of depression afTcct it 
but slightly, in thfs~~<ase, as in many others, it has au 
exclusive territory which is developing rapidly. 

The corporation has ample facilities to meet all deniands. 
I'ontiKts ill hand provide earnings \}i tiroes interest 

rcquii'cuieuts. 

In otir opinion tlit^se Ii(.nd>- air .t vnnnd 
iiivcstuieiU ior luUiMtiual uud iii^litutioiial 
moneys. ^ 



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Price 99 > 2 To Yield Over 6 

Write for Circular With Complete 
Details of the Corporation 



PEMBtRTON & SON 

' INVSSTMBNT BAKKXIUI 
Phone 344 1014 Broad St. 



Acondi 
Amity 

Arta 

Arnel 

Barry Holll— •f 

Bathurst 

Bideood 

Bunker Hiil Kx. . . 
Centrnl Mnr.Moba . 

n-cnv . '■ ■••areli 

On. , - 

.Ia, k ' ,.•< M ,1 VI , , 
K > I < i » ■ . d I ft . 
Kooienay Florence 

MoDouaall 

McTntyre 

NlrlMlnr 

,*i(a(larona 

Towaaamae 

Tiaaiea B Teken 



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8 75 
4 50 
03 
1 05 
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11.1* 
43 15 
22 50 
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3 07 

• 35 
1.^4 

1.74 



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Asj<ociated 

A P Cons. 
Calmont . 
Dalhousie 
Eastcresl 

PoothllU . 
Home on 
Impen >i I 

rwiti, . . .• 



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.. 1.13 
.. 1.0» 
.. l.»5 
.. 1.45 
.. 1.41 

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1 40 

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110 

1.01 
1 85 

1.41 
1.40 

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1.70 
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37.33 



I B C Bund Corporation 

CmCACK), April 5.— Dry weaUici 
cQQtlBiMB la Mm Wlaisr irtMaS belt 

and more than offsets relative easi- 
ness In LiverpooL There was lair 
Kenaral eimwwIiilBW beast and looal 
buying of futures and al.so cover- 
ing by shorts diurlng the day. but 
long whaat eama eit on the bulges, 
ihe market, however, allowed a de- 
cidedly firm undertone. The fore- 
cast was for general fair weathei 
over the week-end. although thr 
weekly forecast suggested .shower. , 
Monday and Tuesday. Locals who 
sold on tba laMsr early, covered 
later, caueliiff an ufibam. Oust 
storms were reported tai parte oC 
Nebraska and South Dakota and 
moisture Is regarded aa needed over 
a wide area 

Seeding of Spring wheat lias 
started in Red River Valley. Cana- 
dian torecast was tor gensraUy iair 
iiid mild weather. MaiiMt waa re- 
garded as a weather affair by ma- 
j. : i, , of traders, liverpool closed 
lower, due mainly to the reaction 
in North American iiiarket& at the 
dose yesterday. 

Somewhat larger world's shlp- 
n ents expected for the week. Trade 
looking for fairly good decrease in 
the (lome.stic visible supply Mon- 
da\ Kxpoil ileinand at the sea- 
t)n,i!.i wa.s reported as fairly good 
j ,<.i > ias.se:, of wiieatk bii actoai 
busuiess was smaU. 

Broomhall's reports Uberal sup- 
plies of low grade, wiieafc In Argen- 
imu but choice kinds are searee. 
riie jiool was credited with selling 
Winnipeg during the day. 

Corn was firmer early with 
wheat, but ea.sed later on hriuida 
tlOQ by IocrLs and .scattered Iouk'^ 
Trade was only fair. Weather was 
farorable for lUeld work and coun- 
try oHertafs vara Dgbt. lastem 
demand was fair. 

Oa'.s market wa.*; un,';etflrd h !d 
;n^; wiildn a ranee of nr'<i:!u| 
cent Weather wa , i.r, .i\)\<- lor 
.seeding, which wa.s n portt d a.v pro- 
gre.ssing rapidly In the west Rains 
continue to be needed for the new 
crop fia. tlM ■outhwest. A lltUe 
American rye was said to have been 
.sold for export on Friday. Futures 

we:r ;".?uenced larg'Mv on th<^ 
slrengUi and action ol wheat, avcr- 
aginf aUgbtly higher. 



FOBEiCN EXCHANGE 



NEW YollK. Aftil 
rxritaiiaea >te>dy 

rranre 3 HI 5 18; onM 

Italy -8 31V: cafelaa SJM. 
Balatom— U.S*. 
Oermany—II.NIk 

Holland 40 13 
Norway 3S 7S. 
Harden, 28 87. 
I>eninark— 3S7SH. 
awttaerland— ll.flK. 
Spain— 13 41. 
Oreece-I im. 
Poland 1 1 25 
('/,•<- hoBid^ akia 3 88. 
Jueoalavla I 78 '.a. 
AuatrU— 14.0*. 
Rumanla^.t^%, 
Aricrntliia— n.UlA. 
Braxll 1 1 ••. 
"l ulilc 49 40 
Hn ana h« ; i : 
Montreal -»8.»« :«. 



srtai.i.No LXiHANi^.r 
NSW YORK. AprU 8. Uomand 
40SIIS aaWaa 4iatli 
OSS IS-UL 



DRY WEATHER 
OIVCiHAiim 
STRONG TONE 



Chit f Buying at Winnipeg 
XhroiigH Commission 
House — Offerings of 



MILL READY AT 
SILVER CUPJINE 

Aeg«i»iUon of rroperty by Mlataig 



OiHiarnf. 1U* * 0».. U4.> 

The ii.sqiii.silion of the Silver Cui) 
iMine by the Oniineca MiniiiK A- 
MUliiin; Coinpany, LliiiiLed, tii»,s 
cau.sed Tcnevied liit,*rest in tlie 
property in the district 'Hie Sliver 
Cup affairs will be directed by a 
board oompoeed of reepoMlble busi- 
neaa aad ptitfsloiwil aaen. Mr. Al' 
mln xarvey. e( Sodsoli Banrej^. 
Limited, being president, with 
Mr. John Dunsmulr, of MrKen- 
'K , White .V ntin.smuir .Mr 1 
U. Lewl.s, foriiierlv ot F'edcral Mlii 
lug & SniclluiK (, 'otiip.-m-, Mr j 
Edward .Stui.s uairi&lei, aud Mr. 
L. M. Diet her all 0( TaneOQW. 00 
the directorate. 

This Silver Cup mine Is eon 
liletely equipped and ha.\ ore lo 
^ight for i\u) ve:ir.' nillUnn. witli 
iti'eiitlon ImMOK tllieclci.) !■) li'C 

blocking out of niofe ore. Values at 
the Silver Cup are particularly 
high la silver, the pr o p a tty. In this 
reepeot, being equal to any mine 

In British Columbia. 

The Silver Cup i.s reached bv a 
Rood road about thirteen !n;;i:. !v. 
length, which will be shortened b , 
one mile, with tba owwpiiMon in 
June of the near bridge on the mam 
highway to New Hazelton on the 

Ci\ii.iil'iio ".'ti' irinal I'.c.'w.f. 'I'ian.s- 
port;itlon is a con . ii.ir.i' i vcl v simple 
il' (!r and L«; I'li pr o\ hik' ■ on.staiii ly. 
Residents of the di-slnct predict 
'hat the mine will be one of the 
best shippers in the province. 

With the extensive development 
work fluit has been done and the 
I'lfKifu equipment iiustalled. the 
■U'. c; ('up ; rcaiiv to op.'nut^' on 
a pront of $375 daily, estimating 
silver at 40 oents an ounee and 
lead at S oaala. IHitura. Improve- 
ment in metal proeeassa vflJ^ of 
(■ou:m\ iiicreaae the 
pruAU at the 



Cloiing Grain (JuotcUions 

(B.C. Blind Corporation, X<M.) 







WINNIPEG 










Wlictt Oat* 


»iro 


-as 


May 




n% 


Jnly 


••••••••« 


.. I4U 


75 


■SH 


Oet. 


, Ul% 11% 


IS 


11^4 






cneaoo 










Wheat Corn 


oata 


Rya 


May 




., II5\ 88\ 


45% 


ei't 


July 




.. 117 V 88\ 


45% 


75 'i 


Sept. 


•••*oa«« 


.. 118'<. 88 <« 


44% 


11 


Doc. 


•■■•••••« 


.. U4'4 IS 'a 


• e 


« ■ 




Dependable Municipal 
Isiiiies 



$80,000 Otty of Vaneeuvar |% 

|.^0f>00 r-|»v <'f Vntiroiiver 5% 

$38,000 I'ouit tJicy (Vancouver).. 6% 
g»,000 city of North Vaneoo^ar l% 
»« nOfl (Hv of North Vancouver . 5% 
|A,ooo uut. Of North Vancouver. &% 

tT,00t Olty «r TlM %% 

14.000 rtiv .,r r-iii.e Rmpt' , g% 

$2,000 North Vancouver Otg. Bur« 
rant Arift TVKmH * Mipa •% 



AaE. Al 





Price. 


Yield. 


May M. 1N« 


lOtJO 


1.00 


June 1, im 


ini 7^ 


4 00 


Jons M|J8M 


101.50 


4.»0'e 




mjtf 


f.«% 


April 11. ior>n 




5.05 "o 


Mar. u, 1940 


9922 


ft.ior* 


Aug. 1, tM 


tHM 


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ins IMS 








IIUI 




* Co. 







IF*S ore poor 
s«curttyfi>ryoar 



Tha 



tke pro- 

^ la safe 

• • • 

Tiie fniiiii ■'■r'.t pan* 

graph of ft -f-'.' •■u: i \ A enm- 

pany just organirinK for 'he p ir -o'v** 

of manulacturing a patented ma- 
chine: * 

nrre endoaa taarmrlth folder folly 
deserlbtng the seeurlty of the Blank 

Conivni > T' forth the Mmwirl 

ii, iiif, ;,,ik;! a pon.'stbilltle^ of an In- 



whaat— 




Cl08« 




IIIK 


1l4<i O 


134 H 


July 117S 


115', 


117<i O 


117 


May •.•.«•«.. 118 


114*. 


115«. ft' 


I15S 


Sept llt^ 


117»» 


IIBH « 


ill'.a 


Corn — 








Dee 14 <4 


•1 


«S«i 




July 10% 


••% 


88 '4 n 


M\ 


May 


••>4 




8«'« 


Sept 00% 


••% 


»»% « 




Oat»— 








July 46Vb 


4> 


4»% 




May ....•«... 44% 


44% 


«« 




Sept. 44% 


4>% 


44% 




Rye — 








1 75's 


H", 


75 




May 70 


•8 


•B'l 




Sept W 


78'a 


7»% 




INDSIiNITiaS 


roa MONDAT 




1 Whoat— 




BI4 


OffOT 








111% 

lltH 


May Its 


Sept . tll9a 


us 


Corn — 








.Tilly 


•*•«••* 


.. 17% 


••% 


May 


••••••• 




•7Vi 


Oal a - 








May , ..••«.«•. 


.« •« 


41 


Rye — 








Julr 




.. TIS 




Map 




.. n\ 


n 



Stocks and Bonds 



(A E. AMSB * OO^ nOTOIUA) 



FLOUR BUSINESS 

HAND TO MOUTH 

WINNIPEG. AprU a. — The con- 
tlnued dry ewettier ever the Winter 

wheat belt gave the wheat mar- 
ket a very strong tone today and 
prtoea allowed gates of %o «r«r tha 

close Friday 71iere wa.5 a little 
scattered short coverUig gohig oo, 
but the ehiaf bnytac ma eeaslit 

througii commission houses, and it 
looked as though the pubUe vu 
Ketting into the mailcat. Offerings 

v.( re scarce* there being practically 

nothing coming out except a Uttle 

by tiie pool on a scale up, but at 

Uh) levels offerings l)ecaine light and 

prleea eased oU about «oa ogat 
Lataat advleea on waattiar ladleatad 

that generally fair weather wtn pre- 
vail over the Southwest for the 

1. \( tliUtv .Six to fotiy-elKht lunirs 
I'iC riiiij) <lul not iiulicute any ram- 
tor tin- week-end while lower 
temperatures were lureca6l over 
meat of the belt 
Tn ttM oash aiaihsl there waa a 
, "t demand for all grades oC 

\vlieat with n.i )ire.«isiire of offcrin^^ 
iiiid lust odd I <\rs tr:u!inK .Sprertd.s 
*eii' uii' iiHiiKed lo ',i lii 'tci 'Hie 
usual 'AccK end iliiihif.v prevailed 
in expoi! 1 i's Willi !io biL'-iness to 
speak of reported. Flour busi ne ss 
la of more or leas hand to awuth 
character, both at home and 
abroad. There ts some Inquiry 
from the Orienf, but bids are away 
nut of line on prc.cMt price lesel'; 
Hi ' KMiihii I ! i<''p<irted the iIimimi d ! t 
Aru'cntine whf-at tiillen oft du'* to 
poor qu,iht\ I Ik'b' i;i)ii?iil' hir,- 
throughout the ulght, but tlie mois- 
ture was practically confined to 



Growers' Wine Co., Ltd. 

Cum. Preferred Shar^ 
$10.00 Per Share 
LAXiuuga lur 192^ Over tive luncs l>iw>lcnd Rcquirciueuts 
IVe Reee m p i ewd Tills Steele as a S(iuiid Investment 

mtral Bldg.. Ml Bowo Stre 



rmtral 
ktoda, B.C 

Abo Coortcnay and Nanalmw ^ 

Oorroapoodanta of lisean Bryan 

Dealori- AaaoctaUoo, Vatuioum Stork 
Nvak Bacnanca, BaaiUe Curb Idcnauaa 
Phones: B0OO ftCOl ftUO:: 6608 

Dtiwet Prima Oon— riMona to AU u>o 'rtlll'W 



root, 

AC 



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Westminster Paper Co. 

I.imitrti 

Oj°o hirst Moit^a^c biukiii^ Fund Bonds 

Dated Apnl 1, VJM Dnc .April 1. 1950 

Interest on these bonds guaranteed by the City of 
Keif Westminster 

Price 100 tnd Accrued Interest 

CHRISTY. HALL & CO.. LTD. 

INVESTMENT BANnCBS 
Christy- Hall Bldg.. 640 Fort St. Tels. J7S, S7S, 52S 



We Offer: jgg^p. 

Vilm EifiiMriit Wttki* limlMi 

7% Firat Preferred Stock 

Price: 100 00 

Carrying a bonus of 1'/, shares common with every share o{ 
First Fwl O n ai Stack. 

Full particulars upon request 

ROYAL FIMRCIAL CORPORAIIOI, LTI. 

H W Mil I 1^ K Maii.frr 

Fort Sticct Vidoiia. H C I'Hoiisa ItttS-lOM 



723 



r 



WB OFFER 



NBW IS8UB 



CASH ILOSES 
Wheat— 3 If . lia*«. 

Com— 3 M., UV«i I M., UVt • Mi 4 M.. 
81>>.: 3 Y.. MH «» N %l I T.. 

85 . 4 V. 8i\ • Hi « w., as. 

oat.* 1 w . 45 W • 4f: S W.. 44% • 

44'.. 4 \«. < ' 



<M.a. 



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Amn. Maraealbo 

Amn. aolraat* * OtMn. 

U pit. ... 



or toSlaaa 



. . .^V . 4 . 
........ 

*.,..... 



AvI. Corpn, 

Amn. Cyan , 

Citir* Service 

Cltlaa Serrloe pfd 

Detroit 'Aviation Corpn. 
Ciller aostrto 
Bleo. Bood Ja 
■ntlneeri Oold 

T»kkrr Arro 

Pord Motom, Canada 

Pord Motora. Kniland 

Pox Theairea "A" 

Ctatham Xnltttns 

MumUo Oil 

U S, Daetrii; Power oorse. 
Indian Territory UtaalsatlW 

Oil Blorli, ■ A " 

InU I I o>iiin 

Interaiair Bqultlea 

MsWMet Minias 

matara Rndeon Pawvr 

Fhai"K'.- ii^'-.' 
Btaii'i... ■ ' ' >'! . 
Tran» Ami-rica corpn meat 
United Oas. Texas 



............. 



........ 



oil. 



Close 
3 

i»'i 

38 
14*4 

3 

S4>i 
41'» 
•1 

I 
11% 
111% 

1 

12% 
14 

18 
8'. 

S'» 

lu 

18 ». 
*t\ 
10\ 
31 
11% 
11«'. 
IIS 
»\ 
s»' > 

48 
40'i 



TORONTO. April S.-!^ 






at 11 


am. Kaatem time: 




Bid 


Asked 


Abiiibl Power M Pa»or> 9U 








B*at(y Bros,, com 




as 


so 


BoHttv Broa., pfd 


• • 


•1 


•3 


n. !i Tfiephooo 




114% 




nrnrilian T U A 9. 


••% 


• • 


11 A Oil ...0 


• a 


SO 




11 (■ r.i.krrs 




T 


• • 


B Poarr A ' 




41% 


a • 


Rulldlns Products "A" 




11 % 




Canadian Bakeries "A" ... 








Canada Gypsum 








Can Tnd Alcohol "A" .... 




• 




Can Hyrdo-E1»rt ric 




•0 




Canadian Pacific N.Y. 


iii'i 




Oltp Dairy, oaas 




48 


41 


Coekaliutt Plow , 




30 ^ 




Con Smrltrrs 




3S2 




(■r>.»moi Imp . coin. 






18 



Oomlnloa Brtdg* 74 

D waln H a Ol a — Ill 

rnrS of Oaaa4to "A" $1% 

Ornerai Steel Warfs 14 

Hamilton Bridse 11 

Hinde * Uauch.. com 7«« 

Homo Oil ...•^.....••.«...«. S. YS 

Imperial Oil S7 

Int I Nickel 41% 

Inl I PetroleuM SI « 

Int I Utllltlea "A" 44% 

Lake ol the Woods, aoni. ... 44<k 

Masaey-Harria, ooai. ........ M% 

McOoll Pronlwfts 31% 

Montreal PoVOT 141% 

Noranda 10.71 

Pase-Hersey Tubea 11 

Power Corporation Sl'i 

Qiii.h»r Power •• 

Rlv.r.-lrtc A* 1* 

Service Station "A" 51 j 

Bervlee Station, pfd. "A" ... 

Bhawiniaan W. 4t P 78 

Sharrltt-OaMNai 3 50 

Bteel of OaaaSa. com , 4i 

Ventures l.M 

Walker's to. 4i W 10 

Western Steel Products IS 

Wtnnlpe* RWtrle. com 44% 



14 



»% 
44% 

M\ 

2«'. 

38 15 



30 
61% 
111 



1 M 
10% 




Vaouua OtI 04 '• 

11% 
13% 
?8", 
10-. 
3<D 
4T 
10% 

ss% 

«t% 

1« 

44S 
• T, 



t* • •• • • o*«t»*c*»«*«*«««* 
W. AflMPe A^rttttt^A •••••■■■•*•• 0 

Irnperlsl on .. 

M 'HaaN Aooaltles pfd. 
Midland nayaltles com. 
United Ucht dk Power 

Arkanaaa Wat. Oaa 

Ol^t^tf OSB ••••••«•••• •••• 

Cnr<i ro-pf^ 
rVttiimM 4 r I r 



•••R*oaa«*a 



•••••••eooooeoe 



\ l< TOKV AND WAR lOANR 

M, towt lAIlt •WI*>TAx rasE 




f ' n a I 

If tiie .^'(Kk '.111 

machine will wfxt, 
HMttt la 



•<r v>iii , ir ' ' 
If the ma.n*ffe 
If Uw Rucre.'s^ 




ft< salsa saan» mm be ^hired. if 

dr. not happen— these "Ifs" are the 

.sufrtv and aeeiirltv th* promotOT Is 
offering Die in\e»toi 'f1i'"i»' i*. ;< 
grea* K»t> hel-A^ii rank •^;>r-r -i'.:* 
tion nnd '■»'<* lnve»tnient 

a««.M».ianMiaiMiiinaa 



I • 1 o .1,(11. A- 

wAa roAv 

ii~ !«' Ar' ! f"*^' 
• S' Mar A; .S^'r't 

vi' a :. . h i. V' «■ V, •! k 

vi< Toai lo 

1813, 1st M.y A ■■■.1 
10S4, 1st M.v A 

nOMIMON 
int. ; " " . A:-r Ap ' >" 
1840. lat Mer A 8«pl . 



Buy 

Nov lOJ ,1» 1" ■ 

tHK 105 HO llifi .10 

at-TAx. rarr 

... 100,00 100.50 



W>A V 



4%' 



M44. um AM. * O0l« 4%« 

isea M as. • AW.. 4H'4 



l»1 90 101 80 

'fti,os mM 

107 m 107 80 
07M 1700 

savs ifjs 
••.•• etao 



Add acerwed Inter"' ft«'- 
1037, m days. I 8«< t " '">■ 
lltl, 1»J8. IM4. 1»» da • ' 
173 daya. 3,15« i'- ' 
i»44. 173 days. 3. no p*r iioi< 
1040. 01 days. 77« per |Ma 

ralo «■ .fMaif 

mM an,^ . . . 



v't tioo. 



apt jret 



FOREIGN BONDS 

(Branaon, Brown * CO. 

Antlooula 7'a. 1045 "A" 

Artcntlne »■». 1887 

^ rarntmii 8'i. 185^ . . 

BrlsUn ( s. l»M 

Belslaii ra. ISM 

Beitlaa r», lOM 

Bolivia 8^. 1847 

Ron or a * s. lae^ 

Brazil t n- 18.57 

Bordeaux 8 a. I^14 

Buenoa Aires 7'i'a, tMt 

Chile •'». Iiao 

Chile 7». I»43 .. .. 

Chile •'.'s. 1*57 

Coata aiea 7'a. I^5I ....•>..« 
Oenmark fVt. lOM 

i:«t Ry 7 «, l»M 

rrenrh T%. I»49 

Prench 7'«'8. 1041 

pT. BB. 7*a .(................ 

Finlsnd Tt, lOM 

■ "' r i\ 7 «. 1040 

I < 7'. 'a. lOM 

Italy l a. 1B51 

ffwa V*fc IM^ 

JSMM 0%'8. 1004 

Lyon* •'<, i'*^4 

MSB. V :«n4 

Norway • s. I»44 

Polish ra. 1040 

Paraciiay 8'a. {•SI .......... 

PTX 7 Dtl 

Bri II » < ' >i- 

BBS 8 a. lit* 

Blemen «liM. J%'a ISSl ... 
t'nieuay rs. !•*• . 

HHIM' nii' ITU I, 

Alone fh\inw I '''•.'[■'..■■ui or-si4stc 
fratn the ntt'"? .STvl. r < i it-panv 
was received in.^i niglit hr chnsty. 
Hall it Co. tiiat the Mary 8udlk, 
Na 1, waa brought under 
thus •UmlnaUng the dangN 

St week when the SNII eas 
wild with an •sllmalad 
I dally preduetlon of fifty to aavMrty- 
live thousand barrels per dlv* 

SlI.y/.R MARKET 
N«W YORK, AprU 5. 



Ltd ) 




Bid 


A»k»d 


83 \ 


8.1 <4 


•8 


••'> 


N<4 


H*. 


103 V« 


103*. 


nt<t 


113'i 


IM'i 


1«0 


M\ 


•7% 


•8^ 


••■h 


87' . 


87'. 


104 


105 . 


101 


101 », 


81-. 


»3'. 


101'. 


lO^S 


•1'. 


• 8% 


M% 




100% 


181'. 


l«fS% 


I0<<4 


II7S 


llS'a 


131% 


131% 


MS% 


1M% 


WH 


IW 


188' 


109 


Oil , 


17 


••s 


looS 


W% 


••s 


1«% 


104'.. 


IMS 


101H 


Ifll ". 


1W'« 


10J'« 


101% 


70 


•0'4 


103% 


101% 


•3<, 


•4 


187 5. 


108% 


101 5t 


104 


1«T% 


lfT% 


1^% 


147% 



and Albefta ooattana vwy dftr and 
dust st(»7ns are liportad fkma atv* 

eral districts. 

Tht-, .si'iiHllon .-houM »;it<--!i»d 

closely as the i>eai>on pt'ogre^»bes, as 
the situation In this country could 
easily bisoas mora asriotts than 
that of the Southwest 

Coarse fr.iin m.irket.-^ nl! .showed 
gtzvngth. (.peiiiili. biiilrv and rve 
There wh-. k" bu\;r>; .if the hitter 
commoditir . and it i' hdie-. ed that 
a little export bualne';.'- ha.s been 
worked and that apme further bids 
were in tha market for deferred 
•.lilpnT^nt 

i-'lajc continued dull with a very 
mwll trade pa.'^.'^iuK No 



••eoasaaa 
•••••••as 



Wbaat— 
May 

July 

Oct 

Oats— 
Msy 

July 

ityt— 
May 

Oct. 

Jaly 

Barlay^ 
Map 

Oct 

July 

Plax— 

July 



High 
117% 

54'. 
64 ■» 

73% 
7* 

n% 

u% 
si% 

34» 



Low 
11) 
UI 
11S% 

53'. 
54 • 

70 

77% 

1S% 

II 
•7% 

&]'> 

% 



Cloae 



117% 
1IS% 
Ul% 

54 S, 
64 '» 

7J% 

to 

u% 
11% 

55% 

14l'k 
• 1% 



• 12! 



Province of British 
Columbia 

25-Y«m: 43^% Sinking Fund Gold Bonds 
Dated April 2, 1930. To MatureaApril 2, 1955 

Denominations $500 and $1,000 

Flkmt 95.25 and Accrued intmtt 



SI 



CILLCSPIC 

HART Cr CO. Ltd. 



I hCORPORATCD l^ii 



611 FORT ST. 



MORTGAGES 
fiKNERALIWSUKANCE 



N\'i:STMENT * 
< I TRTTIES 

PHONt 

040 



We believe 



tlie service renderad 
Is efficient in eesiy 



Bouts throogh ear wire 
mi have yeer baslness? 



MMmAT 



•ovataaoe 



IU% 
111% 



Offer 

137 
134 . 



LtVKRPOOL— OPOB, 
close, \ # 1% ' 
IIVDI 

Wheat- 
Map 

Julr 

CASH CUMta 

Wheat— 1 Kor.. 111%: 3 Mar.. Ill; 1 Nor 
100 Si No. 4. 104%: No. I. Ml MO. •. 
17 feed. 77%: traok. 111%. 

Oat»-l C.W.. M%i S O.W., M%i ex 
I food. M%: 1 fOOa, 4S%i S iOMI. 46 . 
reJaeted. 41%: tra8k. 14. 

Barley 3 C W . 47'i; 4 CW, 47 , 
traek. .5rt 

P1a«— I N.W.C, 34li 3 C W . 344. re- 
jected. 300%, 

Rye— 1 C W , 71%: 1 C W,. 71';; 1 C W . 
••',<: rcjectod. 57%: traek, 73'4, « 



MEHARCY, ROI A CO^ UMITIO 



F«K St.. Cor. Broad 



MONTR!: A L STOCKS 



(Branson. Brown 


ti Co 


, Ltd 1 




(AO MooUoai 




In al^hthi) 








Bleh 


Low 


Cir, 


Alta. Pacirie Orala.. 




18 4 


19 4 


I'l « 


AbltIM ......... 


K 


**'4 


iS s 


Asbestos 


3-4 


14 


3 4 


Atlantic Buvar 


. 


V-4 


7-4 


7-4 


Asa. Brewerlos 




17 


17 


17 


B.A. Oil 




lS-0 


31 


18-4 


Boll Telephone 




154-4 


154 


154 


Braatllan Trnr 




61 


44 4 


HI 


B.C. Plah. * Pack. . 




7 


7 




Brampton Paper .... 




» 


31 


7S 


B.C. Power "A" .... 




44 


41 • 


43 8 


B.C. Power "B" .... 




» 


31 


31 


Can. Brans* 




54 4 


54 4 


84 4 


Can. Cement com. . . 




18 


18 


18 


ran Car Pdv com 




It 2 


38 4 


28 8 


Canada nypaiim ... 




33 « 


33 4 


33 4 


Can, 8 B. pfd, . 




71 


71 


71 


Can Convertors 




75 


45 


7* 


Can. Ind Alcohol . . 




• 


• 


8 


Orn Steel Wares . . 




14 


14 


14 


carllne BrewlRC Co, . 




.5 I 


.5-8 


5 8 


Cniir. M At B , , 




3.50 


259 


2^n 


Dominion Bridce 




74-7 


74 3 


74 : 


Dominion Glass .... 




114 


114 


114 


Dominion TSlllle . . . 




M 


88 


88 


nrvd»n Papor 




11-7 


1J 7 


13 7 


lliram Walker 




10 3 


18 3 


10 2 


Maaary Harris 




3» 7 


38 4 


38 7 


McColI Pront.nac ... 




80 


515 4 


38 






154 


144 


184 


National Brewertoa .. 




ss-e 


•s-e 


M-4 


Moranda 




40 


30 4 


M 


Pan Horsey 




Pt I 


ee 


•0-3 


Pan in ana. IA4. ....... 




8K 


85 


8^ 


Power Corpn 




83 8 


ai 3 




Shawlnltan 




•o : 


79.7 


7»-1 


St4Wl o( Can 




4.V-4 


44-0 


41 


wisflleos ^Boo. ....... 


44-0 


4M 


44-1 



A Time to Buy Good 
Western Stocks 



Six montba from utw today's prkscg w31 wte iSKeid- 
ingly low aad yoell wonder why you didn't purchase 
5omr of the belter grada llocks. There are 

wlm 11 odri interestmj^ sprru'afive t >, ,.^1 ui dies 
and these we wiii be glad tu dibcuM with you. 



• • » 



H. E. Hunnings & Co., Ltd. 

lloinbers Victoria and VaManver Stock Exchanges 

614 Viifw Use Central BUf. Ground Floor 

Te]ei)honcs (,U)() ,ih.l ' 1 '! 
.Also a* Vancouver Bank of Ni)v.i Siotia HMk n r S^' ■ ' 



i 



Tba 



A mw oilfulott? 

AMru oa ea. fcic.1 

IS * msseoskor. 4Ui Aartt, MSA 

"VMeHa, axi. 

a«ot8iS Atfeorta now abawlnt oil with gas; lotki very encouraaint 

taisaaei "P V. TURRANCK - 





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••••«•«••••••••••••••.. 

•••••••••••.•••••a 

••••••••••eanaeeeeooe 

•••••••«eooeee»ae.ee« 

••ee«*e»«ee*eaese«aea 
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ee»««»«ae*e ••••••#•••• 



CtoM 

m</a 
3M 
MM 

6? 

741', 
335 



ECC PRODUCE PRICES 



To Close an Estate 



Parm.liacraAiaf6«^adbMA0MSaaRaad • 1^ 

cultivated, f acras paelare; oak treai^ fardea asd 4)rchard; eoa^* 
man ding view of beatttlhil ourroaadiag i cas dr y j alae^room, rss^ 

df ni e, harflwor,d fin. ira, cement l>at<mcnt^ IsvaaM 
tag, cao8crvstory, barna and outbuildings^ 

la M. jobmstom; «i 



JOHNSTON & COMPANY 

1214 Broad St. Victoria, B.C. 



RESTRAINT SHOWN 
ON STOCK MARKET 



111 ( fii , iirr' 11 1! 
n nn'nn 1' i ri"- ; • ' 
prl' f of iMii! 

will \>r tiikPIi 

of ail iniiiro.i 



' Kh,!!' V 

"f T I n 

I ' :n'-lit ri ■;(! 

as further 

riieut In 



probwblv 

ill ' ' , (' 

»■• " ' . , r , 

t ■■ Idem r 
the oil 



ThrM8fhe«S Seastea 



'BranaAn, RrowB A Oo . Ltd.) 

NEW YORK. April •.— Itie BUrket 

te<tay haa been featured by a spirit 




Initttti by 
of vn 8t«e1 to torn deS nltely iip- 

*;«rd frr>in time llrrie The lUt In 
ir»«nerj»! ran alons: at. ievr'.n reKl8- 

Urrrl a* i,»",trrrt » '.' (if )«■.»• ('nlijm 
biA < »«K Mi*' put ' l< viin I 1 y »'t|ve r»r) 
It.f up'idf rr f1'>i ' the annonnre 
nieiil of llir plfin to \rarf^hlr 11 
pil and r«* pr'n>ertie» 



Industry. The final lew minutes of 
the ssssloa wltaimod a bullish dem- 
onstration operating through a few 
stodai, noUMy Intsmatkmal 
veater, which eloasd with » net gala 
of about a polnta. Oeoaolldated Oaa 

and C<^umbla Oes gained nbout, 3 
lK»lntB. while American (an aiul 

' ' P S'''el < »' h r <"i'»"d b!'"!!;! , pohv 
gain llie rest ot Uic list, with but 
few rxt 
clian«e 

The hrif 

believe. wUl ixintinue upward and 
the riding along y/ilii t! )* t'ndrr.f ■/ 
ts 



Ml 



.'r^A' 



/ A!. 



MARKET 

April 



Xb the iaat Jmimi dsBMaad JBaBHasdiaoiblpalli^ 



■I 



• IHE DAILY COLUiM^r. V u i OKIA, B.C. SUisDAY, ArKlL 6, 19JU 



/i 



•1 



i. 




Bmld up, by rcguly Mvinga from 
Yoiw oarreoc Mmmg*, provision 
fcr OM devclopmcnui of the 
future. - , 

I*ut by a definite proportUM 
your taUry every pay'day. 
Regular nving Itidi |o 

'ence. 



z 



FINANCE - COMMERCE - MARKETS 



THE 

DOMINION 



BANK 



VICTORIA BRANCH 
J. ». fCOBT ... MANAGER 



^UCA!< MARKET 
HEW YORK., AprU 6.- Haw sugar 

■M tatmjr, «m the wdartOM 

uri.s<«ttl»»d by the brciilc in futiiro.s 



Off and await freth derelopoMnti. 
The only aale reported mu 96.900 
bw* of Porto RIcan for May .ship- 
ment to an outixjrt refiner at 3.&4, 
)itlf fitorr MiiKars We. flBWd ftt 



mid buyers as a ruiu mcUutxl tu huld j tiie ckiee at 3M. 



We Make It Easy 

to Buy 



for You 
Bonds 



■ I'hu is a gooil tiisie iui tiie 

prudent inveator to buy bonds." 

W. MOUm, 
e« «A 



Some people think th.it the term ••hondht^Mcr" 
can only apply to the wealthy. You'd be surprised 
at the number of wage earners and people of 

modest means who come here and buy bonds on 

!Mir cn^y pn\iiiciit ]>l,in. T|\ the safest, soundest' 
way to buil<l an iiKlcpt iidt iiry. I,i-t us map OUt an 
investment prograiumc to lit your income. 



nc.iuhfliiiois Powci Corp*IL. 6'^' T)ue r^i 

Ijatineau Power Co 6 Due 1Q4! (n 

D•tt«i^CaIla(U Tunnel ^Vi'/o Due 1948 (a; 



ion on 

10] .'S 
96.00 



Ooniiiikn Tar ft CiitnricaL. 6% Dim 1049 @ lOl.SO 



R. p. Clark & Co. 

(Victoria) Limited 



. «17 Vitw StTMt 

H. W. J. PMmon, Maaaf 

OWN 
GOOD 
BONDS 



Mortgage Investments 

\\ i. arc today offciiiiK' first niorf^'ages in sums of from 
N.<)0 to $.^,500 on improved security in. the city and Oak Hav, 
l.r.irin^' interest at 7% and 8% per anntlRi, payable quarterly' 

CONSULT Ui or Phone for Fall Particulars 
Krrvr 

P. R. Brown & Sons, Limited 



nr»\ i.stste^ FiauicU sad iMmnfee Affeots 

!112 Btoad Street ^ 



1076 




Collections 



|RA\V on your Cu»tomrr« through 
thr Imperft! flank of \ iu»,\A 

I hr Hili of 1.x Jiangc method oi mak' 
^nt: ollactions cookc down to m fr«n 

the Andenta, and rnntmur^ fhrrMjghrwjt 

n« biHinese vrorld becauM no better 



Onr Itjindrfii and 

PtftyLMUlkaa 

Capital and Raacrvt 



You raqviro OMapMem and ptiMtaUng 

•rrvice Oir agmfn and f nrrr.«pondrnta 
are >.«rpfully chosrn and cover the buet' 
nrw world, hut the vM poim ii the 
high degrrr <>f 'mr»o.t)n-r y^nxK which 
coucctione arc regarded by thu |netitU' 
to n and the eve takan hf our oCccm 
I" ohfain utii/actory riifli 



Anv FU.in fi ■ f 'ht 
to handle youi coiii 



^ «a ba iM 



IMf ERIAL BANK. 

OF CANADA 

•IR JAim WOOM 



_ "** A. 1L PHOT g. General Mtmati 

VTCTORU BRANCH A. K. dRBEN. MANAOBR 



TRADiG IN 
PASTM 

VIGOROUS 



Recent Better Feeling Con- 
tinues on Toronto Stock 
Market as Character- 
istic Feature 

SELECTIVITY STILL 
HIGHLY PKONOUNC£D 



Brazilian and ffickd Are 
Uacieri for the Period 
^Intereit ReviYies in 
Power Corporation 



OUaBMB. Braim * Oe.* IM.) 

TORONTO, April r. Thr h.>ttrr 
feeling that lias la recent weelLS 
been Identified wltir loeal tnuMnc 

acthlMes rniitintird diinn*;; th-- jiast. 
SIX dujs to be a characterlatk 
feature. No portkwtar oalsteiidiDg 
derelopVBabts matcrlaUNd In the 
•chemo <Mt thlnga but rtMlMr aU gen- 
eral aewa imm ab tha aoMlnetive 





i« 


12'-. 


Kamviu PUyeri , 


ei . 


Sf)'. 




15 


14 ■ ; 


lleiiej»I Btr»l Wkie* 




It 


rhit oui^d 


M 






M 


M 


HamlUoi) BOdg* p(C • 


er 


n 


Ho»»i.3 hinlla , , 


IffH 


14'-: 


Intl Nicktl 


««'. 


41 


of t»c Wo*te 




4U 


M««My U»frU 




3&', 


MmU U^RTl * 


ltt$ 


M^ 


Brfwirui 


J4'. 


n\ 


Natl 1 ar , 


U ^. 


au 


Ofilvle flout 


4110 




Puw«[ corpa. CaMda 


83 > 




yttc> Bfo«. 


M 


•3 




e>« 


M 


iMvtaina 


M 


ti\ 


Bhrrwlii Willtum* 


sn 


'M 


btpf-l of ( aiiHda 


t . , 


-)« 


Ht.fi of t;«n»j4 ; : 1 


3T. 


3 J 


WInnlpw RJy 


4 1 


44 


Houthern OanaCa Puvktr 


12 


10 'i 


Hank •( OoaUMre* 


SM 


ata 


Baitk of MoatiMl 


Me 


Me 


Bank «f Mm SeaUa 


Me 


Ml 


awal Baak of Oaa*«a 




Me 



)MRr.AI. \«»».KtY (tail ll.4N(iE 
lBI'al^oa, Brown ic Co, Ud.) 



Hiafc 

^^^M Ifc'^WirtBB ••••«•••••••• XM 

B-A. Oil M^Vi 

Horn* Oil e.M 

Inil Po«fr ^Tt 

Inipernl Ii>h»rri) 10'. 

IlUI lUllltltn A ■ 4J't 

Intl UUlUlea '•B * 1« 

R. UitebcU n% 



flSraai tranwr 



It 



It 

10 

44 '« 

lj'4 

a«% 
leu 



NATURAL GAS 18 
AN IDEAL FUEL 



Hew 



Great 



The ease In money to rtowiy mak 

' " felt as a markf^f factor 

iH;<i Ii preBent strnnj; nmsp is re- 

(If'lifr Select ivlfv i . uit n i ■ hikroh,' 
pi iiiimiiK I'd. buylIl^' jKAVf Ix-iriK ; 

j roi, lined to loiiipaniea of aound ! 

I siHndmK and prospect*. The paj.r i 
week lias witnessed the return of 
the first sustained showing of 
strenfth slnee the crash last Fail. 
Leadership for the period wm Tested 
In Braslllsn and Nickel, both of 
whleh rsoordsd new high levels for 
the year at 4t 1-4 Mid 41 1-3 ra- 
spectlvely. 

The mOVf in nirt/'.l ati 1;. an ! 
cation of lltlfin.vt'ii roti,lll lotis ui fnr ' 
rconoiTiir Mlii.iMon of (lie ici)nt)lii I 
inrliidMiK fi Ix-fifi- jiMrc lor lolfc.-i 
and in-rr rnnvemrnt of ;!->at. cnm 
riio'lity out of llic c ountry, which In 
!ur!i finn.s i ft lect ion in a higher 
tafc fnr the iiiilrels. la connection 
with Nirkci, heavy buying has been 
tiie order of ttaa day In both New 
Yoilc and loeany attributed, it is 
HAljL^ to psn^ng devrlop- 

menti of Importsnee in the nickel 
alloy field 

Other stront; f.|X)ts for tli'^ period 
included Powfi Corp'.! .i' ..m Mu.s.sev 
i Harn.K Nfriona! Hirvvcne.s and 
Hmelter:, Tlic rcv!\ul of mt.MPM in 
I'o'Acr ('.'ipor I'iMti ap!)ear('d to hiive 
Us oriMui i!i the iiniunincement that 
Ddininion I'owcr A Transmission 
was lo be taken over by the On- 
tario Hydro-Clectrlc. Nothing more 
than general luiprownMBt In nutf- 
i(et eondltlons and company opera- 
none on Its usual high level art 
said to be responttls for tha anovi 
In Breweries. 



36H 
3T4 
114 
4t J 
31 
t>i 
2i 
4S 

aa 

4SS 

70'!: 

3( 

63 

SIK 

lei 

aj\ 

4i 

4«i. 

3('i 

38 

M% 

a«"i 
aas 




Abltibl M% 

Butldln* ProCU. 37^ 

n«ii Tvirphona isss 

niii'ii 

Brompton com 31 

P. N. Burt com B4 

Cona. BaktriM 34 '4 

Can. Drtdc* 4a 

Can. Oil M 

rily D«lry 4f 

Corkihutt 21 

Uomlaloo StorM 2)l'i 

r%mtm nertra com. 83 'i 

rorS "A" »» 

noodrMr pf4 ISTH 

uyMiua sa% 

Int. mil. "A" 4S 

I iiiira Soeord 46'i 

Masaoy-IUrrt* 17 ■« 



Moort 
rata R«ri«y ea« 
PraaMS Malato 

Piira OoM .... 
waiktrs 



ais 
INW 
31 
M 

11 



CoauaarM ........... su 

OmBlaleii SS4 

Mnntraal SIS 

NcMi Scotia SM 

I'nyal 304 

Toreote • 3Sl 

VMUSTKO 

^ A. Oil n't 

Ini P'ti! 2i\ 

Imprrml OH ItSi 

Brairama »\ 

Me OgU ^ aStft 

Da Mtm^ • «. 13 

Durant «<4 

Pawcr Corpn 83 'i 

earvlc* Station .... .14 

Can. Malt JT'i 

Carllao 4 

StaNBaaa nTora AND 
CXCRANOe 

AJaa 116 

Aaialat 147 

A p. Cent. ..........a IM 

Baaa llftala S40 

Calmont 140 

r>om# Minn 900 

Palrnnbndaa ^ 465 

Holly SM 

now»y to 

Laka Short 33 09 

Uarland lU 

Melntjrra list 

Mininc ooreo. a7« 

Moranda 4M0 

WlpUaias im 

Vraaiiar 103 

Sharritt m 373 

Hiidhurr Bttta * sat 

k 'r,.wi m 

^ ' • « M 

W II. • ] 1T« 

Aban 1 81 

Aaad > . M itas IM 

SIC Ma M 

o«i a saw—Ha .... lie 

rhom Rraaarch ..... 84» 

Palhounir 1.W 

Homa Oil ns 

Rudaen Bay in:. 

tat. Mtckal 437i 

SIS 
IM 



M 

M% 

153 
48 
3IIS 
51 '. 

aa 

M 

46 

33'. 

80 

33'i 

m 

33% 

44', 

48 

35 \ 

37', 

N 

M 

n 



9n*t 

aer 

sn 



37 'i 
33 
36% 
• 

»% 
• % 

71, 
7B 
51 
17 

i'.i 



In an article in Barron's Financial 
Weekly It Is claimed that natural 
K*.-^ is sn Ideal fuel. It i.s [jointed out 
tliat Kas lias a number of dustlnrt 
advaiit.Rt;es over other fueLs. .vucli 
as laal. coke and men oil Wlien 
used for heating purjxise.s 1; is 
piped dlrecUy Into the lieatlnx plant 
ihu.; « Uiiiinatmg the labor and han- 
diiriK urhici) coal and coke necessl- 
ute. Furthermore, the iteai of fuel 
Btorsge for the Indlvidusl user, en- 
tailing as tt usonUy dees, a matter 
of fuel Ittveatory. to entlrriy elimi- 
nated by the use of gas. In much 
the name manner as electrici^, it 
provides a very «v«raad aasOf eon- 

liiii!c<1 heft!. 

The ( iinjtunip'ion of has ha 
.sliown a very KMnarkiUiIc Hiid per- 
-i.s'ent incn-a.sc diuiiit; the psst 
Rev<Mal >ears. Thus applies particu- 
larly to the vuse of Kas for industrial 
pnrposeK nnd to the nfttursl prod- 
uct rather thsn tnuMtfaetttred gas. 

Natural gas aopaaeg Mughly about 
thrse foarths «( tha total amount of 
Rss produeed In the United states 
iind manufactured gas about a 

fourth Natural sa.s is. therelnie by 
lar the nuxsl donih.anl factor U) the 
KH.S liniiLslrv, and MKhM\ .so beca i;,f 
of It.s le.s.vr cost, atid );;"a:ii hi a! 
content 

11 Is tntere.st ine to iiot/> flial 
whereas Uie RKgreRate gross Income 
of the gaa Industry in the United 
for the miTtnisT ittr Ittt 
at inMOO.OQO, of this 
total sooM mijmm i^nt for 
manufactured gas and $364,000,000 
or mucft less than half, for the nat- 
ural produ< t C'on.MdeiliiK. Hie fa' t 
iliat, iiRt'iral kas made up tiv lai 
the (?reRt.«»r part, of the Iot.il voliune 
|)ii>d\icrd. It ran readily be .i t), 
what H verv marked saving tiie nat 
ural product,, can be jii C)<!;ji-ed aiul 
sold 

Probably the only reason why nat- 
ural gas has not besn mneh more 
extenslvsly ussd bsfota thto hsa been 
the ladt of means for transporting 

It great distances. Thoee areas dose 

ly adjoining the principal K'a., jx-m n 
such a^ In We^t»«rn IVniisylvania 
We«t VlrRlnia and Ohio, hi Okla 
hoina. Texa.H and I-onisiana and 
aga:;! in ('ahfoTiiia. have prealh 
bfi.ifoefi friitu tile u Ide u.-,aKe of 
the pM-duct as ail In&LLstrlal and 
also a <lomestlc fueL Now the dis- 
covery that gas can be successfully 
transported through extensive pipe 
line systemia over great '"»*"v*Tf 
promisee the eor!^ Introdnetion of 
natural gas Into our gaest eommer- 
ctal eeolres, and more than likely 
in due course into the majority of 
our large metropolitan dl.strlct^ 

A broad nation w id" iiuu ket exi«' << 
for tlie u.se of naturiv! ca.- Tn fa(l. 
the Kreateitt problem i i ie mdas- 
try has not been of developing a 
market, but, nthST a IMNtar of 
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Ptites for tlic Most Pail 
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VANCOUVKIt, B C . April 5.- Ihe 

Vancouver Exchange esperleneed 

another dull .session today Trlcej 
were for the huksi part ImAer, but 
( liuiiKes were nenerallv narrow Home 
(Jll lost 5 cents to *8 75, while four- 
cent losses were suffered by A.P. 
consoUdsted end Meorary CMl. 
Three-eenft drops vira ensnsneed 
by MeLeod and Medlli Tte minan 
were dead. Then was a flury of 
trading in Sno^jnka 
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Uniiii'dlutely. and, llietefore. tlie 
Mock can Ije accsini.ilaird gradual 
ly. and aiound liie midcUe oX llie 
year ttiese accumulations IhOUld 

show excellent proUto. 



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Baila(^~lM at .40; 70^ at i< 

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OeMMMViattb— IM at u. coo at .44. 
naihoiiiiie— les at 1.4SS MS at 1.49. 
Kevenlsh I.IM at .ISi M Si Ja 

F.a9lrr<>st- 800 tt .St. 

H abvan Pete- 1.000 at M%t SJM St .10. 
Hargal OU 100 at l.ia 
Uoma on see at 8 7S: MS al S-Sli M 
tt ( to. 

nUnola-AJlk*rla 100 at .3S. 
Marland— 100 at 1 16. IM 

Mill City— 100 at .4ft: 
Rorallta— S at tl.ftO. 
Spooner -500 at .S3. 
Ntcrlinc 400 at ?t 
VniiiKl 1(X) at »X 1 
Vanalta 400 at .85. 

Calniont.-30« at 1.M: US St LMt IM 
at 1 41 1.300 at 1.43: 7M al LM. 

rr»-l,nirt OOO at 71; 4M St .«t US St 
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Mrrland— 8,100 at .16. 

Maroury— 1.3M at .M: SM at .31. 

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unironda— eM at 3.100 at .M. 
Urandvlatr— too at .M; 100 at .M'4 
InSapcndane*— 3.000 at .03 S^. 
Lot Antelas-Vancouver— 300 at .N. 
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Noble rive — 600 at .14 

ureaon Ceppai— 1,300 al .16: a«7M at 

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Pr^nilrr Oolrt 1.700 at 101. 
Vm'iT lu-i %oo at .10. 
Ur~ .i-; .Mi-I>.,i,. ,ii .150 at .68. 
enowflake 2.700 at 10',; 3.400 at .11: 
3.600 at im; 1.000 at 12 
Whitewater- 500 at 08; tOO at .M. 

Garb KxehaaSS 
Bayviaw— 3,000 at .03. 
Oarii Fr sv t aaa 3 .eM at M. 
Pawwa H 6 .000 at .03H. 

Jark Wnltr ooo al. 10: IJM Sl .Ifll- 

Kooif'iHt K.i.n SftO «l .03. 
Lakevlew 2.000 al .01. 
I'iMfcy Jim — 6.000 at .04^. 
Morton Wooltey— ft.aso at 

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RilM-r Cup 2,000 at \ . 1,0 
Woodbine— 17,500 at .03*4. 
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DRIL UISO HtPOHT 

auUtr, Court 4i Co,. Ltd.) 
OAZXIARY. April 5— Imperial's 

drlUtng sctlyiUex had marked prog- 
ress durUiR the pa.st week, accord- 
ing tn the rnmpaiiys 'leM report. 
C;hlef Intere.^f wa.s in the p;iMluctirin 
le.nt pi-fK t^pfllni; ai li;tl',o eiiMy 
bloAo viph lilt I oglycrrine. w liere ytiK. 
wns ie[v.tt<"d t.i rl.ttng in heads 
It was unofflclally reported from 
the neld that the well wlU probably 
be a comparatively smaU producer. 
The neat weUs slated for Shots of 
nttroglyoerlne ai« nofallts MO. 23 
*^aad Mayiaad lla 1. Dartiw the week 
cleaning opstattsns wats started at 
Hoyallte No. 11. a fanpSr sraaU pro- 
ducer which tapered Off. Tha Xm- 
perlal report follows- 

Rnvalite , l .'Ofi f,>(v^ 

no footaK'' (luilng the uerl- Kova.ite 
No 11. cleanln« oii' :. A ' .'. Irr' 

Hovallte Nm 13 tirllhrit; ,<t Mi\ '.■e{, 
lorty %\x feet (,l i-ri Ik^I- Ito-ullte 
No. 16, drilling Ht i 27A feet, 1.61.1 
feet in the llm- rwen»y one feet of 
new hole. RoyaUte No. 18. drilUns 
on cones at Un IM MM in 
the lima. AM fm ar aav Ms Me 
durtag tho watk. Iloyallle NO. 33 
waiting for ahal al %»i feet, mi 

feet In the Hme, nO footage made 
RoyaUte No 24. driUIng at XL» 
feet. 109 feet, of new hole 

Dalho'iMc N'. 7 'jnll!-t; r<u i'wi 
mond iPcll'u.' n' '>oi4 fort f,,,;,-^^, 
fee' •;■ 'irr.'* ;-,m f K-t;»cr For.tt-i'lp 

No ,i , ir,:,,i,,i.k: «! r~ i M (ret. .'>7fi 

fee' l|; f',p i :in'>.':'')iir , no foOtage 

made. Home No 5, niiming casing 
St 4.4a9 feet, twelve feet in the Ume. 
no new footaas. Hono No. •, drill- 
ing at Mil last, ooi foot tt new 
h^ H.W. Aweclatsd No. 9. drill 
tng al MM last, lit feet of new 
hole. Advanee No. 5a. drilling st 
5,34* fefft, 170 feet of new hole 

M.'lvland N<i 1, terripcirarl! y .slc.t 
down at miA fe..i RTi! fp^-f Ml i:tni». 
no fo<'l«i/i» Ma'.lniifl No 2 Mde 
•rs'-king at ?, mn feet no »crf.fngf 
M«\ .and No ,!, drilling at -t 4«« f»ef,. 
for'v two foe« of holr Bftltar, 

■nakliia prdurtlnn test al ,').«74 feet. 

383 feet In lloM, no new feetsge. 
Hargal. drlOlag at ua fast, lit 
faet ta Unn lilijUM 

new 



rANBKRRA. Australia April 5.— 
I'lie (ioveiinnent ha."; v. >\v published 
I' ^ hs!.' of prohibitions of "luxuries," 
the r.ature of which WSS giVSn yOB- 

terday by Premier SeuUln. who an- 
nounced a 50 per eant siqur tax on 
many tapedatlons. 

Aboat alght eemmoditlea are for. 
bidden abeolutely. They include 
Cheese, lemon.<i. oranges, dried fnilt.s, 
excep' 'it*' mid f^c.s, coin flour, 
lard, 1 1,1, lit and pieserve<i IruUfi. 
eannett me a- i eti s^: crated pork, ro- 
coamr hiif.i pf-anut butter, furs, 
skill.' (in'r ,, ,i (i(;s com flouT, lard, 
barbed viir rultiv.i'ors excent 
handworked haiiovi-. /•■.nn-i jump 
P1')U(t!i.s. drills. !-epeai,.-r,s. threshers, 
harve.ster.s iinr.sedrawn hayrakes, 
chafT cutlers, scarifiers, petrol pumps' 
electric and gas hsatSTs. wirslett 
sets, aluminumware. exo^it spoons 
and forks: ghie, oast Iron pipes and 
fittings and iron and atsd beams. 

The following are mttooed under 
the provtoloDs of tha prohibitions to 
BO per esot of last year's Imports, : 
Manufaetursd tobacco. cigan>ftes 
snufT and locomotives. About 
twelve others are .•similarly rationed, 
and also subjected to th*" .so per 
cent super tax These for tiie moM i 
part are niat<hes and 
Uquors 



NKW ^ORK. AprU 6.— Plans for 
the w s W i tW M t io u of a MO-mlto 

natural Ka.s line from Baker Field. 
Montana, to Bismarck, ND.j haye 

Dakota ITtllllles OO. Of twelve incli 
coiwtruction, the Une will serve the 
territory adjacent to the asetton 
bordering the lina. and arrange- 
ments have been auda to offer 
t4.B00A» ef • par osoi bonds with 
stoek purehaae warrants attaehed, 
to Unaneo tha project The Micm- 
tana-Dakota UtllltiM Co !.<; affili- 
ated with the Minne.sota Northern 
Power Co. and tiie (ia.s l>e\elopment 
Co In the line I'iix- will be fui 
nLshed by the A f> Smith Corpora 
tlon, ol M.I a..,,^. , 

The Cities bervice Co. and tiie 
Henry L. Doherty interests form 
the American oil group whipb has 
the option on control of the North 
Turap sa u OU Oorporatkm. awnar of 
laaasa on 9jOOO,BOO aens of ell land 
in Oennany. It was learned yeeter- 
day. While executives of neither 
oompany would dlsCUM the matter. 
It was leanMd that the option for 

tha purOhasS of rontrol 'if tlie 
European company wn.s iir.-^i oii 
tamed s-'-.erHl month.s ago and Im-: ' 
h'-en ieii(«w,r(1 If l? known tlmt H 
I, Ihiliertv Aj, Co, acting on belialf 
of the Cltle.s Service Co,, advance<l 
funds for both II in nflgliial opIlOfi 
and the renewal. 

Standard OU Oo. ol Oslifomla. 
itat net |4«,tM.4tO, aqoal to tt.TO a 
share on U^,lia eonumn shares, 
average number outstanding dtalag 
year, agatast $4«,083,817 in Itlt. 

equal to $3.66 a .sintre ^'u r.Vi94 i^R!) 
common shares out.standiiiir iU De- 
cember :i' i:)'JH ne' cipiHl to 
$3 6:i u sluire on 12,846,980 common 

1 '.r/u 

I'ackuiii new engine has nine 
cylinders, Diesel, Is air cooled and 
radial In dsstgn. has no carbureUnr, 
magneto ner Spark plugs. It <q>er- 
ated with fad OU Instsad of gasoline 
and lists at $4j» fjoh. Detroit. 

liondOB-lVew Terk eablee opened 
St $4.86 15-33: Paris cheques, 13S.38; 
Brussels. 34 86; Italy, 93.78; Berlin. 

Haiilc of F iiKland received 1,000,- 

000 snv^reiirn.« froMt abcaad, and ra- 

lOH.sed .SOO.fXKI 

l/>ndoii bar .vllver : i :'. i ' . fT 
l-16d; forward. 18 l-4d, off i-16d; 
gold bata, ata lid. 



BIDDING STRONO 
fOKiONDlM 

( anadian Securities I'rovf .\ttrae- 

Uve to Numbcur of United States 



4k Oa. Mi.) 

TORONTO. April Ti A large 
nmnber of .stroiiK .■■.yndlcrtte.'? i.iib- 
luUted tenderh foi foui imixtrtant 
CJanadlHii iwHid l.s.Nue.s that i'ame on 
the market diirioK the pa;-,l week. 
In the blddiiiK Hie names of quite s 
nimiber of United State.-^ Investment 
houses appeared, while the nuwlorlty 
of the prominent Oanadlan Invest- 
mant bankers were rsprosentad. 

British OohpuMa. llaal- 
(sglBa sraia tti tha aaar- 
ket 

H A Oa; ,»;, i i« Canadian Bank 
ot (dmmei., 'Mir (he .successful 

. c • . . >'.> $1.314,.500 i, per 
ceni iv-.uu .li the City of Saska- 
toon, matniing In ten, fifteen, 
twenty and thirty yeaoL ds^fd May 
I, mo. The prloe paH was iiJt. 
or a cost basit to the dty af UM 
per cent. 

Province of British Columbia 
t8,OOt4NM twenty-five-year 4 1-3 
per cent sinking funds debentures, 
dated April 2. 1930, were awarded to 
a syadteate eompeaed of Try Mills, 




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80.750.000.00 
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your waahea, loyal to ymir fiiinily. fa 
with UipIrw, with plraity of lunf at liis com- 
mand aiKl nvaibble when nrtodixl. Can you 
think of an ^f om amoQf -yovor frienda who t 
qnaWy? hiwm if one crjiilfl (nuilifs is f h*«re 
any asMiranoe that be wuuid bo ti|>ared,to 



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WHEAT 

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Wheat - Opan Hith Low f 
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He»toi' < mrr<u-,tl„-n Umllrt Tt v.. 
an4«r Mr, VaUl a^ aayi^lal^ ikal th> 

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NT5W YORK. April 

wlt-ll ■>* :11c'; Phllll;: , p. : , . 

■'^K' ! "■'■<■ :<ii>anc(- yesterday points 
to a :e'.i:;, , .t 1 Iv- group Which llSS 

been frequently acUvs In this stock. 
Not for many weeks has Phillips re- 
oorded as larga a tnnover in a few 
mlnutss ab H did around 1 o'clock 
yesterday, nor were the total Kams 
made as rapidly. On the surface, 
apparently nothing happened to Jus- 
tify a sudden uprush. but those who 
know conditions in the oil industry 
agree that there is sufficient reason 
to anticipate a regular bun move- 
ment in tha a»}orlty stocks of this 
, group, and in partleuUr in a few 
epultuoiKs, ^electsd issues. TTie ix.Mtlon of P!.:! 

lip,'? Is outstanding The c;>mp,.i,v 
il« li'ilifed the !le,!:e , the 

i;id;i.sfr'. ui ^Mjl.iii'- way, t,>pn!iench 
•'■'^ i"««i»i<>n I' de\ eloped strong 
mfiriietmgr fTciiif;^;, by absorbing 
■ Hiiy retail ,s'8iion.'» and smaller or- 
ganisations In the distrlbutton fisid. 
lu gaaoMaa maaqfactnring idants 
have been iMsndid. whUa Its cas- 
ing head gssdnne faellltlas have a1- 

V)<*"!i making rapid stride^ 
The liraivh 'cp. into wliat ;i,,i 
be iniled ilieoi! s\i acflvitieci i.'. of 
comparai ' 'r flv te. eii! oi iKiii hut liie 
bnjtht, pfw.sthru' ;e^ pi th;.-; i>nrticular 
domain Justify a bullish attitude on 
the company's future. Natural gas 
u also a ataiparattVBly new develop- 
ment, and wa find PhttUpe making 
eaoeOsnt pregrsM In this direction, 
of course, we do not r»peet thl.^ 

.StiK'k to ir.'ive out oT i 1 e -ji;'!, )),(■ 
Reiiorsl trpn,| nf Its < '.hk^ ly.f ;.in» 
fa.i t Miri' r miovs goofl Kpnn? or.'shlp 
muke. ;■■ pi >.•-■( hrtrh'er Mian 
tliat fif 'n' .T.erijre enterprise in 
tt^ field. Yesterday's sdvanos wUl 
ttr te some week-end praftt-taklng 
today and this should be taken ad- 
vantage of for atrengtheninft the 
position in Phinip.t 

Dijiliie: 'he huvlng m.-ivrmrn; in 
t!)*' nil-:, \f'U' 1,1V New Ha^en i e. 
jK ii le 1 •■ -leraiely, 7'tie movemen* 
wpi^ of '<?fher short duration and 
t yr this reasoD many Issues of the I 
crroup failed to tfiow up proportion- 
ataly with ttM oth.rs. Ws belie , e! 
that wo ata net far awsy from . n 
old-fn^hloned bull market p, ; 
nnd -A hen fhl-; develop* N."« i!,« 
vetp* p««!Mor: !* s ■ . f f i'' ic'i ' i ■,• a'",« 
tp*- In .^hArp k,-«1m, 

thu '.vx-k 'niat, Penni'/l ■«!-iii was 
in the open market for New Haven s 
stork hss been known for sobm time, 
tat few paid sMUiin to the change 
ki llM te e hle al poMtlon of New Ra- 
ven owing tn these pujvhaj^es live 
floattnr supply "f t-vjuv \s '<.r 
*WA\\r%' In maivv ■ '»«.■-. n ! e 
dertifnnd tha' ♦h<»re U a Kr'>'ip uhiet; 
■itendt liMhjw" t;ua fart in the 

near f uuaa Xor tfea jimtti ti ahr- 



ThmmndH of mm nn<\ womm'wlMr 
aa t frimds Willi mirh fjualilif jfiioru Imvr 
a|)fM>int«d Th« f^inada fnisi ijotupeaij as 
rif><-u1/>r nnd trrTHlnn. , IfHl IPOfCh-ttiMhff 
over and acting npon. ' " 

i talk frilhKaBr dtas «M| 

COMPAN V 



Vtrlarla Adi*,- Roard 

■tr Frank S. BanurS. UmU*r Crcaae. a.c, a. A 1^ 



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Prices xlcrate— Hasy Terms 
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I mportan t Notices, Employmeat, Busiae &s and Professional Direct ory, Wants^ Eta' 

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COMIMQ KVENTS 

BAMCBniiUX TKAU NOVELTr 
' - » • danc«. A O r Balliooiii. rue»d«», AprlJ 
' IJ Hitt • <jrehe»tr« » to i .ponuhl danc- 
tuiiitmlat AdoilMioii }0 Mal«i 



Ot Canada Hall. Tliursdnr. Ai r l 
r''i. **•* "'"^ I oil.' r^trr»llm^ilt^ 

rlM » Orehaatra Kind Ihr inyairty 111.11. 
raward D<hi i ml*j min Ai.iiai»»ion ijot 

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MALE 

(Couttnurd) 

I»(M)KKEEPKI<. INnUBlHiOUS AND 
' well rOiicalrd. iraiajn* PMMIM. 

»T04. i uluiilal 



/ 10URT MAFi.r i.tAt A o r 

■.ri^miy (iuxtiain iUik ■ 
U'TfrrAMiiKriitB 



Birth Bouaas. tl M par loaartioo 

Btulnaaa or Prolaulonal Card* ut (»o 

llnaa ot uodar. W.Stt i>ar moriUi Addl- . „ , , , 

tlooal apaca at tl IS i>«r Una par anonth j (jrrhedra. A*BlMrou"|»c. 'cvarrbodT'w^ 



ramiirM m»4f imitm ' 
TAU MrvlM. Bps 4>V. 

/ H^NTRAcrriNfj A bpeciaity! dTy 

' »ork. ifiufiit. wuod or ricavallru 
Nnl'iiMg tou bis ur lou tiiiall Phoiia 

I vAMUEHuuH mtusa TOPPBU AMU 
fatlad by i<-ii>bir ^adilife MMM IMB» 

bttween 6 and 7pm ' 

a Oh Hall. Iur.j«>. » p iTTnUlrr'-i ( J * J< ' IN( , ixiNK. I.AWNB COT 'AAD 

Mtd* wi-i ! i«iP(1 r,)i Ph.iii^ v4Jl. 



9 mi a OretiMtrA. 

I JANCK OINOHAM ATiri'DVBBAUA IN 



Advtrtlaara Wt.o ocalra mai hare rtplleii , ni»»ila»'"»| 



•ddraaaod to a t>ox at I*''* ColouUt and 
lorvardad to thalr pilvata addrasa. A — 
ctMirm 0f tan casta U mad* fw BMUlnc | I \ANO 
rrrtin. !• Uil* MM AM tBn* wrdi < ' ' o( 
i-^....<M0HMI-> M MM mm tm U>a j < nrMr^ 

t our sdrartlaa- 

M Km* ai 
MM (knwk lb* 



•( tha Tbu 
hrlu rafrrait 



ouaabar of words. 
Out-of-tova raadcra of our sdrartlaa- 



WW* peaalbla to commuo 
phooa 



MOBOAT (nOHT. SONS 
. t to II Ocard I or- 
»4c _W T aylor. M C 

\| ONDAY. AFRIL TrtijiTriU- ■AOXtT 
'^I v„i*t. Kssle. lUB. Mhb: TVO 14. 
'•u » *0. two II; apM lAl. two tl. 

i i^ABb-s mne-mciroB B^a x R a 

^ ' rvrry Rkturdiiy. ( t.^ OattfftMM 
suiKliirs Waned and pdithatf flMfi' M 

dual HamMrrlry IjilifMlf 

I >KA1KIE CLUB UANl k. MONDAY, 
• April 7 « 4(i i„ 1 1 4.. Ainchiun II.1II 



^1 IDDI.i!; .^(J^.|) 



P..NU1 IffllM \N KK 

•4Uiie( lialit peruianeni Job. inalda or 



■II 



CHirUU-l. (Mfl.OYMEN r 

MMU ItIS Oovcinuienl Hiiccl. p.iuiit 



ClaaaUM M» Tb» BuDdAy Coloolat 

will ba mmMA w !• WBia. «a wMr> 



To Inaur* Inarrtlnn Claaainad 

raach Ttia ColoiiUl hefor* 10 p.Bl. AO U»a 

toy praTluua to publu atioa fc.vH»n llou ,. o. > !.,•,,[ : . Ad'.V..; .i„i," 

kJ 1 MAK I IN 8 [.AUlia- APRON BHOWKlt. 
Ur. Newbury Mi OMt«aC»«ri,- 

day, April 10, .1 to .'i 

^ clrty (Hand brneflt coacert and dance, 
April 34. AOF Hall. OMMMaal BtrMt. 
Bpot danca prlsci and f«fr*dim*nt«. Find- 
ler'i orehcaira c>>i.r>'r;. 8 i> m daaainf, 
10 to 1 a ni '1 irkri ,, .Mh . i,t llorMdlloa 
CI»ar Storf, tiiiirMiuifKi ;-jt Mfmbrm 
t'lfaM- rail ut Mi.i.- for lick 



U'AwiKU wuRK IN Country by 
youxw mmm with {am IMMMm. BM 

8733, ColafUM. ■ 

ABD JOBBIMo' 
1M«B) 



w 



Y0^9 MUm. WAMrB ANY kini> or 



» W Bat to IBMOOAlbU tor 
" M any 




Any claim for rtbalo on 

or offltaalona must ba mada within 



■ h 



work: can drlT* car l>>ionr siusv 

MAHUIH) MAN WANI.S 



1 IIINC 

>leady work, driving 
By I nit. 



;A rATNTEBS AND D»:('(>RATOKH 

■ UHN A UoesoP- UOUBX PAINTINO 
rJ n a— rti a art— ■ k o l a— if f ai mm^ BMtly 



Double Service in 
Want/Ub 

can telephone your "n- 
V!*'* a* your claisified 

«Overt,scrT,pn,j ^^ ^he Colonut. 
«ea(Jer. ,rp often interested in 
"'ant Advertisement* that do 
"a» carry tlir name, or addresaCA 
Advertiser^ b«t B ^lomst 
"Ot number, por tlu mUom- 
modatk^.of liDM tmUf who 

"nd It farnawBhm to writ* bb 

Bod to Mrre the 
ti.er bcttv. w« wiU take repl»« 
to iioB Naaibict m tk« tii*- 

pnone. 

/f^'' (^olonist servive iS 
Able from 6 a-m. to lU p.OK 



i,x)H sAucnrrr t 

' ( r pilioa on alurnp. 
tilcl box WM. Cuiunist 

SiIAmUNO CKJAK raiA 
Daar Vtclorka. Boa 



rivMBBK warn auM. oaoirooo * oOm 

* FrmbartOB BMB> 



(OoDtlnuad) 

fymruen txn or baxuo paktb. 



(Contlnurd > 



E 



31 



MONET TO LOAN 



RAIiK) SXRTIOB. BIX TTPKS 

niudeli of radle Mt« IVMlrad 

SUvcr Uarihall Hri vies tltattOlll OMtatox 
E P Biddall. JJU Mom St. PtlOlM SMA 

J LE( 1 RIO ^^^MOB >b« anb »Twi« 

phone 734 



SI 



sjpiKEi,i.A coRsrrs-Mi 

»^ Phoue 44M. mmu*. t 



t* «. 



BUXi 



and »ee for 
Yates Straot. 



i OREBMENTH AND MORTQAOES PUH 

M..,.;:'Ta''rr..t^'r°"ya„L''Nir.Vot!:"^id^ ( a;;'!^' ^''^"^^^ at 

\ll)NEY lu loAN ON nH.ir MORI ■ 

«»••• tlwiiinlun .V Uuasravr. Lid 
840 port Bliarl 

\|ONEY TO UjAW A<- < I HHLNr HAlE 
•'•A Of Inttraat. B-niily . cHitidential 
auick daeuiooa; raaaonablr c'lariea. P r 
Brown * eooa, lAd.. 1113 BroaA BMMt 
Phone IBM. 



MOBTT TO LOAN 

/ VN IMI'ltDVEII PHOl'KKIY A I LoWEHI 

latr) BuiMInc loans accepted. 

HEit-i ERMAfl; wonuK 4k oo. 

iOa view At reel MMBt (3 



IMm HAUL CEiJAK J*oUUJ AND PUtiTS 
r * Bam I Vwa — — - 



14T. 



,V>R 



■MmBKBriNQ BOOMS 
:tO BBNT 

(Oa«ttaw«) 



A chin* and N* 
Pbona M>T. 



BBWINU MA 

ehalrs, rtieap 



BOLIAIAN BABY 

It* 1-hune 



i viMPOK I ABLB HO 
* aas and all 




( lOMVOBTABLr 
lOK R;Aaf<iMa BltMt. 



mru 



»70iY 

oNix}N <MAtmo-u ^OLoicici, mow 

1060 to 1897 11 voliiinea truwii ( 
leather. I»j<j : I'jtv; Vol jinr :~» Iom 
Part of (or !.,.»,► I 



(^OaOOKTABUI ■OUBBKBSrSNO 
tMMA UN TytM Btwot. 



etc. Phonr r> lltty •PpUtmtM. lit Jones Buildup 



and prMwUy deiM. 



thirty days from the date ot the aame, > 

otbVr'wt^e'th. clal. wUl not be allowed | S' ^ir" tra^t'^^^liiiUr'arV.;; 



CLAS 

Aertasa for Rent 



Acr«ai« tnr fial* ••••••••••• 



13 

n 

Acraaaa Wanted ...••••*.••••••••••••• 04 

AvtM Am Um 2 
AotoMoBllos •«•••••«••••«••■•••••••••• tV 

Births •«••••••«••••■•• ^ 

Bicycles and MotorcyetM ••••••••••••• 40K 

Boats and I.aunchaa ^0 

40A 
11 

" " ■ W W VWW|HV^^W WW WW W V w w w w » » » 

Card* of Tbankd ••««a^^ea*fa««a**««> ^ 

rhurch Notices • 

Olothlnc. Purs, anm^ Mkaea 

Comlof Bvaota 10 

M 
• 



\''iCTQIItA QUOIT fi t'H n 
■votab Id B M •« tha i^,. .^l.> 



PAnmHOb rAwmuuMf.' kalso- 
aininc; work r«Aiant««L Pbdna 0CMR3 

and save money. 

. ..." 

I.ll MII.N<.l.l\(i. rlllMN'CV ftWKr.PINO 

i,-'»;ni vNii.iiAMH ,v .SON ^•HI^^^ 
iwepi, luUars cleaned. Phono ;j4 



vuru aouLABo. roBTRArrs spe- 

) alAljIUja** fMT chlldrtn and animals 
I P.m. Ptione 8300.. 



VIOTORINR POUBH. HABO 
wlU abolish Pboo* MUT. 



(OEVKN PEK CENT MONEY AVAUjtBIJI 
► in a llmilert anoont on drat iiioruages, 
sood Improved rcsldentlat proMrty. Tbe 

Hoyal Truat " — — 

VIelMta. 



no Peinberlun ?:!dE. 



ie kaa aonrst 
■mbI aaalty Co., 



TBUP. 013 roLLlNSON ^ritk:k-| \ ii 

tdtla. drl.vrrj sample Presloa pcriua .-iv ... 
haal world-ta'nuua radio sroviid aaioana i t*.! >'<>' 

combination, ii Phone 44ML 

— . \|AVTAU ALUM1N1_ 

Kooeas 1 
dynamla 
MSI Colonist. 

1 »AI)IO PARTS. IfTTB. TUBB. TRABB^ 

• i lllKtl! 



I ^KI HI I 

SUflton. 



on (it) 



I Y'IDOW WIU. GARB AND BOABD »OR 
* y baby or smaU ebUd: aood home 
terms moderate. Pboaa TIUtL. Bm 014 



X'AI.H; KEV.<? ACCI'RATEI.Y COT ^—.M 
»;ni VNII.llAMH ,v .SDN t'HlMNKYs! **' 'o* " r'P^Irs, A, ■ 

rnce. 1.1H k.Mnllli, 1107 I.ttimley 



n. In th* K. 
HUaet 



I* K. aC O. aoJI, »<U Uovernjueni | 
AdMliBoB Ma. BiCriofcioBtai j 




AND OONTBACToa^ 



u 



BuUdlnt M.iterUl 

Business Directory 

BusUwa* OVPertoMlllneeaa«e<»«a*»«> 



- — 1 — — ••*••«••••••«•«»■••■••••••■••• 

"^atJW *•*•■•«■■•••«•«••««•••••■•••••• 

Dressmsk'nt •••<••■••••••••••••• 

Educational ......... W 

Parmi fnr j',rt .«£•••••...••• 

r%rm, !:>r .«(*.« .mVs.a.i^.T... 

Perms W'nted^^j....,^^..,,..., tt 

PI a u MB i p o rt iali WIobM M 

"ow«r» fa •••«•«•«••••««•• ^ 

Por s.ie. uiao<ritaaoa«i M 

JJj^'tur* «ao 

^JWS ■***•■••••••••. •.••e*eaaaaaaaaaa>a %0O 

WBoral Diractori • 

rumlahad Hotiaaa tar BMIt..., UA 

rtimlihed Rooms for Kant 4tA 

Purnutud RrHimi Wanted MA 

R"" M 

Houiekeepln* Rooms to Rent SI 

HousakatBdMi Baona WuMB u 

Housat for Balo n 

In Memotism , B 

Uatlnss f«n.el„l , 77 

Lost snrt Pound ?» 

Lodsea and Soeiatlao jj 

Mschnlery 114 

Marrlaiea , t 

Maternity ABB TtrflTHOOMBl ■om... 01 

Mlscellsneou, •...-....* « 

Money to In,n , 

UenBDiantsI Works a 

IfMeal tnstrumenta m« 

Nuraerr stork, PlaatO. «■ 

IVT"*, n 

PTofe..,lnn,l nirertOTT ,*.,„....„ « 

Proper , for 8.1. « 

Property Wanted «, 



I »OOKKrEPPI( WAN irfi VVIIM I AW n»- 
* ' vest i ■ : h j,r .. I t 

firm Apply Box •;ii4. Colonist. 



l^-tNOINBBRB TAuoar Mft UHIII 
- w •^•S&i Wooot WBMaiBura-a 



School, Central 



/ ; OOD PLtlOKBI^ AMD VMBM) VTBADY 
^ ^ wort; Um tot oUU wmm. Baa Mij. 
Colonist. 



I VK A I l( IN.H, 111 INl tAl OW.S, liAll- 
nnr.t. hliiiuding K }' Irvine 1838R. 

ALTERATIONS. H < ) L? 8 K RAISarO^ 
foundations, roolj repaired, resbln- 



tUDA, Estimates iivpn 727S O ReaaS 

/"HMfCBBTB AND CEMENT WORK 
fnnjalleUA baseme.ita. •aldewsUts 
BtlAT m »m. phanas 7834X3 add eiitx 



22 



TO EXCHANGE 



|.v>R BALB. OK 

I ino<1p1 aT 
I ou\rr neay 



:CBABOB rOR LATK 
~ IB Tab 



32 WANTKO TO BORROW 

VfOWBY WANTED WE HAVE^ 
."A. disposal tome veiy choice (lr«t nioit 
cates of I4O0. i.soo. 1750, »i,ooo. tl.ioo 
Slid 13,000 reApectively, at tha aMlwit 
rxte of Interest if you have 14|( fMMs 
*i ahaU b« vary plsaaad to shoMSM ev 
•OBA.MJCTfUJ 



J -. r'vUl.. M or mo. IS stock 
llur s.-„t l- itii.a.,, >.i,,,;r,,.e prlcta 
Wcdr! I or .iiu;, y Hcal'.li, Wii .,h, 

UAIJI0L.A J) KX.Bc-rHic-. itii BUUEfc 
IK.i l:o« n.'JS Colonist. 

KAUIoi.A 13 BiUJI ELEOTRIO RADIO 
00 tbe market. 1>S0 modeU. till M. on 
S" A few oaad electric 

Btawart-Wanier. Roaers screen trid 

sots from les up. 1 aniplele, on terms 
Victory c;ycle Works. 681 Johnson Blieet, 
Phone 73S oppuMI. Red Croaa Workshop 

l»Al)lii .NtW Uli.KH.S MA.ll-SIli 
*» M...1PI SUM , o.^t IKK-iO .NB>i;ni,e i '. i' . 
Box BV4I Co:..i.ui 

STEWART- WAUNKR UON.'VJLA MOI)Kl_ 
acraao-crld. full dyoamlr ipesker. 
IIM: lata modeL Bos 63 to. Colonist. 



I WW «WI 

im «MB<«trMt. 



I.AURNXBaSD .. 

' kitcbaootM. oaatral. Apply did 

viUe straat. Phoaa ~" 




VH/LtMEii. A^ I t U H N 1 8 H K D 
•^"^ I* housekeepins , 
sardeii Phone 440. 

J^'^URNiyjlEcTai 



AtAKM OLOCgC roR oc 

B'O oaapotts to value of 

af tvolva and 7ft cents. 
Co.. Victoria. 



H IH .SAI K l HEAP 
EIF< inic HKrHIOERATOR. 




cAbUM. M asaatli and wy. ioH MuS da! 

H<W««lWKO ROOM. CLOSE IN. 
BhOM 4II9R 



2.T 



KOI ( ATIO.NAL 



jpWK OAKnonpi OA 



phone S30SL3. 



WORK 



IP YOU WANT A < AHI"E:,TER, PHONE 
a- secretary . f lo.-«l ijni..ii, »17 

BRICK AND CONtJKETE WoHK ~ 

YBBI WE WILL OIVB you A PRICE 
OB ehlmnairfc pni 
mantala. conorola vMs 

WAlkA Ml 80Blt8ll «r ti 



I > / 1 DRAMATIC BCUOOL. 
• • Prepare for tlM 
now Phcne 4M1R OT OM 



(iAKDANBBS 



I>OROBBB PtAam, LA 
' ' utUfaoUoB wafMrtood. 



, HAM. WHITE. IN 

. 8WT mrMiaOared town an(J city, to 
be llalod m diatrlbutor of free samples or 
advertlatnc matter from house to hou.ne for 
national a<i»«rtl»«rs No aelllnc Exper! 
•nee unneteasary Write quickly, enclosinc 
four cants In atamps. for application form 
Aad iOtaBo, Bwiatyatlon Department. 38 
Be. OMrbera Btraat. Suite icxbb. Chicago 

HI. 

INSURANCE OPPORTUNITY 
/\LDEST AND STRONGEST NON-BOARfi 
^ ' casualty company offers unusual 1 IH MITIJATIOMa 
asency faeUltlas lit aalMSoWlo and other d*a*jaxiu«B 
lines to Influential MSBts «tlB prafltabto 
experience In VIctoriA and VajUouver 
Island Write st once, with fidl Particu- 
lars and t)ink r i-f'-rrnre«. before terrltor' 
closei B ,* r, ,ai < 



rick 01 tii) 
floors, aids- 



KNROLL TODAT 

AT BPBorrMBAw sobool 

^otTRSBS — Oommerclal. St«noii.ii,i 




MBKXLLAiaEOIJS 

Aakey-a PlA 

Phone HIS 

A irii. uui.NKH Bi'll r lo KM- YOUK 
* c«r l.o<>»e covers for cars a specialty 
Purniture rcpaUs sod epBdl o O OT y. Victoria 
Aulo Trunk Works. ^MtOak Bay Ata 
Phooa Oiao. 



ONLY TWO BPABTON8 LBIT 
AT TUB NBW PRICE 
I 

OPARTON— -known a* the woil.1 1 finen 
► ' rstllo I* reUu. eil from IJtll .SO to 
1219 50. noil we have ..i,i> two iiioflel^ left 
Aet no*' H.ai ..ii- n, lom own home 
Oaayonirnt tri i.A nn. lu (1 .1 drslttfd. 

UAVU5 it KXNU, LTD. 

Ttf part Bt. PboBo Til 



*JERVEI. 

la go , 1 , ,,,ul,i o.i 

MUKPUy BLBCTRIO OOMPANT 



^lOVtH AND HANflCS. MANY M A K K.S 

W.- ifiiair Slid lii-slall loi;-. w.ier 



oulhni' '. S!',j>r 
Pl.Dor 4J.'il 



A LL TOOT! TRASH WILL BRINO TOD 

. ,..1. ,i.,v, t.ottles. also tools 



r 1 f .1 Ml 
a i y A to'l 



I ; HA 



Iftlul 



i'vthln( else. We 
7 b'st prteaa. Pbane 



I AWNS. BOOK 
I ^ »cs 



capaa eeastmetad. T. 

ir^i Eatlmates free 



LAID: 



tAMD- 



/ lERTIPlEI) NURSK P\,K t tjS\ ALRS 
^ c 

H7H3I., 

C100KINO AND 
wanted by yo. 
half years ala U^' 

onltt. 



8«c.reVart»l. Civil SarVtM. cin , ., 

Complrle 
iBdtTUlual 



— — ""aa wsTSa Wl VIDVa < 

RadlotelMraptin ft'epArMofr. c 



nmo 4»-T, PBXLoo battbribs and 

A. Balklte Triekle cItAticr. What offersT 
Phooe 40641.. 

rpHBRB IS WO' BUBB IITUTB PDK A 
1 good outdoor aerial. Plrst-StasS work 
and moderate charse*. PBoao W. U. 
Urskos. OM Queens Avenue. 



4«a NTTBSCBT STOCR. PLANTS. BTC 



^eati-MMw BtflMad. loia Oewtaa ainM 

030 



I »l( H N ! W( » Mi: . iluA I HOUSE ABD Btm- 
' ■ . rii Duiiiifiits Osrdens 

' c , ;r^,. Why drive onrer detours 
' < ■ .1' i-f»ii' roads when you so 

t,i..e f,M,:;.i wifu you Can come on a 1 , , . „ , - 

paved road to the boatbouse, ^ust west of "•'''•"•»■ »'»o mixtu re. S pecial prices 
• nrw boats snd si!- S?'*L^*^*K^tlJ^S'"*t5''"''""^ * 



KITlSil fioVEKKKiN K I'HA WBk:HKIK8, 
500 for Kale Box 663T, Oolenlst. 

/ILADIOLl'S KlJRI'Ll.a OP PRIVATE 
' ' I .illci tloii over lOu I iiolri. :iaiued 



Telephone 48U. Keating 



|»OYAL BUSINESS 8CH 

ii Canipt.ell ». 1 ei nmeiit 8t ) l';,;,iie 
8344. Principal. Miss B. W. Sayer Full I I 
•MMOOTOIMAM WOtHMIPl aMWae. No I ' ' ' 

faAnM. yirt oo l m Ir the city 



LAWK MOWBR8 SHAHPrNci), coi, 
leoted and delivered El»ea Bros. I4i3 
Broad Street Phone .1040 re« 81011. 



SCHOOL 
Phone 3Ma 



I !• ,|l r HOUSEWORK 
three and one- 
Box 43,'i3. Col- 



. . 4flP I . .jiART BOT lOB BAKBRT. 



PoMltrp AMI Id 

Radio , 

Room snd Board '" Af 1 

Room snd Bo«r.l \v»r'«il „ M I 

Situations Wa, t*,1 18 ' rpHK nri.LPR BRn.'tH COMPANY IN 

MtBAUons W.nle.l M,.le ^^ I ,1,,, .,„„ |„ i. ,, ,,, 



KBAL XSTATK 8AL£bMEN WA.MKXJ BY 
est a Ml M M fMnt. with srottad floor 
io:!atioii. OeoB diMurAet slvoa. Bee 0d07, 

c.ionuT 

I >ELIABLC TBAM8T8R TOR PABM I jV^ioLISH ItURbE wisilta l u i AK I 
Ik »or* Ai ulv rioK STM. Colonist ' ■ i. nee of houts and family during 

C.IX 8ALE^Mi.N. ,11 p«-wiBK AND ."or:;,.:,,;,,' ^y7^vrunV'&'''V^- 

S'^'avM^MrLS^STT^TT^'^.^^.^^^ IIiaHAND anti wift THr>r?ori iHtiY 
AUE«IIBH--aiaH.aLAaBMBlf WANTBD 11 ,ru.,twor-h .,;;ir,.,.. r, , .,i,'. "n't 
a— ^•'Jf!** exeellmt opportunity. I home m ao.-o, rr.V.rn. ei. rli 
A»rti;_ MMar JMeOjni^ And . >:77l, rr.f.nue*. en Box 

IJOTEL HOU8KKEKPER OR CHAMBErT 
meld or boardliur house wsni, wom 
ewin'ry Box 8787, CoIoriLM Phone 

5787R. 



Hibl>en-BoDe 

^H ifd lAKD, 'nPBWttlTlNa. BOOK- 
kf.piiig, etc : day and nlsht classes. 

Prspsrstloo far ClvU Service 



!•».■. pad 4 aad » p.m.. lon l^ostas at i 

gALKSMAN. Wrm OABl BXPERIENCED 



with radloK. wasBars. Sunllsht lamps, 
ranges rt, H. O. MalBwarlna * Co. 615 



000 Plward BttMt. 



Apply ' |f°"?*^OftK DH Kl iCHEN WORK ItF 



■tows. B an,es. P urnaces....;;i;;;'.... 4flL 
r.a hew iRSrtO*""*" fJ 

Timber » 

T„ — 1^ . ■■■■-•••BBBBBBB W9 

In Exchange M i.cell.neous 33 

~e Beat— Mtaeellaneotu n 

nnf'!ni!^*5 i.i 0»B 

Unfurnlihed Roomi to lUB*.. ...... 

L'nfurnuhed Room, W^3i! 

Wanted Female Help 

«p.„|.H >I ... •••••••.......» 11 

W^ted^ljceUj^us 41 



' ' 

gt.imnie at 4 30 p m. Saturday. Oppor- 
tunity for men af etiataeiar M attatai 
permanent work wttit nBar. Wrttd ot 
call I. 0. Bdwardfc UB4 Rl6h«Ma< Ambm. 



1 



DEATHS 



IxrARTH) nonDTATBLT-^llAH AVP 

vV wife capable of inlcn* ehUBO Sf 
small country hotel ..'irl k' re, beer ptrtt 

In connection ». x ««»«, i olonlat. 



IIHICKLAYER .S HELPER, 

used to chimney work and eonareto: 
eusdy iM tm OBMStli aaa. Sar 

ColMSlst. 



^Y'AWTEI ' 



JORIt WOOD 

snd Technical 

Agent for 

XBtOlBat'oHn: (, orr. .si..iio1eii e Schools. 
Canadian, Umlted. 

iM vatM t wM . fhoM 4ii«t Bas. rnoL 



quired, temporir- H.i. Biig?. c.>i. 
lAPANKSF Woman wants WOHK BY 
l'lione_2350 after 4 p.ss. 
I >08IT10N AS IMPART ~OR~<Wa5 

A- aiirso. eapOTtOBOib MflMBBooo. Km 
•TM, Colanlat 



SHORTIIAM) SCHOOL. Mlt OOVIRN 
ment Street. B 



oosB tUltlOB. & A. 

ri4. 



tbor 



AWN MOWERS I — WE tlBLL. KX 

• llanca. " ' 

urn mm^ iimtgfilmS^Vkllii 

Port St. 




Hi 

I41».u Ooastec 



J^TAR ToiTRfNO. ifiT. MM: MUR8TON 
k^ violet isy geiieratw. |t>: WliUe sew. 
ina msohine. t30, sentlsaMiB'a MapBlo. Uka 
naw. MO; bousehold fdMNBOdk'ftM aad 

toolA Phone 0035L. 



A 8PAHAUU8 PLANTS POR 8AIA OHB 

^\ a, 111 t 
Phone «4j.\.: 

B 
(J 

var 

uat_ _ 

MacmuTcfale. 

1 n f inn outoiou. hambd varu 

XUtUlfU ties. Urae bulbs, at half 

usual prices Send for price Mat Mixed 
varlet en. 3 docen, II J Caiiibrey, Lake 
UlU P.O., Saaolcb. Phone »41R1. 

diK KIOICNAI BMP MOTOKCTCtRS 



s 

froiit,^. Pail.K, t'of «j ^ rt 
Eiiliangr. am 1^^^ t^i:i-r\ 

3 POUNDS of^ aCOICH AMU MUU 
•eleee Malt,{ri paoket hops. 3 iba 
PMst eake— all tor lU 
. RlM'o OnMtp. HMae 

U BRASS mtIR Mniir rHANIlKI ikrs 
*' with pendant ^w;^lh and all fit 




TAMKB BAY PARTICULAHl^y BRIUHtT 

• o»» housekeeping room. With hay 
,i..,i lery nice for two butinees frlsads; 
13 per week each, Includlns gsi and I^mII 
»U« MreMB If desired, li per WMk 
each. H« other roomers Phone 41I8R 

V OVELY R(K«M PIJKNI.'^HED, ALL CON- 
bath Phone 8iaR. 
I AROK BRIOHT H O O 8 B~K B B pTlTd 
■ J rooina. all conveniences; also saraaa. 
".'4 .M . I . . Street aaraaa. 

I luHT I'ousiXKBPiifOk cxRAkTaoi^ 

1<< BMr city, park and MB. ffMBS 

030 MIehl aan Street MNIk 



58851 



r< IK I ABI.B 

1 ■••111 1" .11, s 



tynt COLLlNfJO.N - BRlOUT. CLBAN 
4nu room; dOM IB. 



suitable fgr .tore, hall or office. Price & ' iiB 
Smith. Ud.. dU VbtM BUwt. 



« WAIfnq>-M|SCSLIaAinBOU8 



A BSOl ItTEl T HTQRBST PRIOBB PAID 
■'^ far rags, bottles, tools. stOVaS, fural- 
tur«, I aoythins you wish to diMOM ot 

We call any where, any time. 



ABSOL I t;IV BEST PRICE PAID POR 

t>f"tlc«, r«,. ruriiUure, Hoves. tooU 
etc. Pi n«. ;<«( ,,slll Ph.ilie 77(111 



I vn nsi>;HFr> 



\EWLV DtCollAHU PHONT ROOmT 

,^2 eoayenieaoea. open flMplaoax 

lady^O Omhep Bwaet Fhena OTUbT^ 

n FLATS AND APAKTMKNTB 

TO taan 




iiuhed 

M..1.1 ICHl 



^^NTIu.'ltM 
tlAL 



il.l) tkil 11 UIAMi lNI>a 



Beat caabpticeA Btctctlicealldca- 



A TTBimoil-RRW OUtBR HtlbK B rOB 
' ^ BOTTLBB. RAOai nJUmvn ARS 

JUNK or Au. ' 



riABJBJOIRA WANTBD-AB0(;T 3 H p ! 
***^ JJ'^J^^*- *■ .d««>d condition 



caah priM t« aaa eoeiy Oolaoui 

WANTBD. BROPKTNfi [ ! >N JKW 

' ' el»^r 44 Ar, ude ni''ii 

jj^jKa. JOwni. 031 PORI B-1HEE1 



0!YMPIC. 1120 MAT ST.^VO|U 
ni&lied three-room apartmMti tM. 



Attractive" suiteT . 
unfurnlsiied. The BtaalM. 
Avenue. ^' 

ABRi'P-ooNTAmK) tarn, amKmiaZ 

A ■"r""' AnB.>-KRIORT ORR, TWt^ 
V or thraa-room Mltao. Phoaa SOMO. 



\ rvt , 

*^ and bodroom. OIom to HIsh ; > , ...i 

Phone 4703L 

. K'''' '^"'™KNT8, Tnar 1 1 „ ,K -^r 

bure and aOOa ladler and aents ' uhe,i k,, te to rei.t ApoIv ,h , , 

i'.'f'!;ff52^*if!«<2«..«»«»«»«. "."duee of . ,AHi,r.,N aki.s. „, pandora- Pu», 

n|..hrrl .,,11.. h......^ , ~ 



AU . 
91*4. 



prleM paid. Phone 



- - /\DDyC MT PORT STRBBT— WB BOY 

P^OR sale cheap 1 Ai.v fl MA8BEY ^ f good e|Ase furniture. China. aUvw. M 
S bicycle. In good rri u;! Aiiply I Mi Irweiry and brassware. r v«~e mia 



Chapman Street 

TVbNTLKMANB almost NBW MABSEV IHlw.NF 4(11 WE BUY CKK.d 1>I«<~AKU 
VJ silver ribbon bimla. m. Awaer I - 
leaving town. Phone lt7<Xi. 

3 



Apply 1141' irtteiry and brassware. Oood 

I'liotia S9.%3 



ne li7<X.. 



TM I-a;! to OWN A 
down and li par 



O AW8. ALL KINDS PILED. HET vi, 'lor"i r^eu'W^Sl' 

O gumme.i, etc Phooa w. Bmery. ton ^ Cycia Woits. 



Oladatooa Avenue 



THB 8TAMDARD SCHOOL 

or 



O. it. DtCKStW 
ur. attOtlLAa BLS.. OAR BAr JVRCnOR 

TRuraoRR am 



finNOOKAPRBR. BDUCATEd, exper- 
a^ fenced, ronsrlentlous iigi.e.tt refer- 
encec, drsir,., i,,„:.;,i,, p, , k,,^ 

rpWENTY YEARS' BUSINESS BXPbT 

lyANTKD— HOUSBKBEPER S POSITION 

' ' !• Widower; no objection to i>i,e . ■ 
Oeok. Box 6751. Colonist 



'9JS^r**h Ot the fsmlly residence I ,^ 

■II Naeauley Street. Samuel Ro*e aged I *• 
^.•veru> n-.e vesrv born In CaniOornr 
<'.iim,.;i. England, and a re«l(1ei-i ,,( 
Eaqulmalt for the past thirty yem lu 
MJM to RriUsb Columbia Ton, , 

yedn ago, Tbtr* survive hu v^i.i .a 

one daughter MU. fiirahett, no, , AUCTION ARO OORTRACC 

home anil « ,Uii,;u.t a W cLiod Btudlo LIndea 

mat itaLir°atai'a*'Z2iJ:' 'ii.* f*""- 



\TXMPORARY NUR8E UAIO FOP. 
small boy. 3<i. Write, etaUna ea- 
Apply Bos 6781, Colonist. 



•er efii ei 



aiaiOT'a. MM ~i>uaean."B c. 
a]m 5'^e'*^ Monday 
"yMjjtfOMpal. Rev Thnmt, Kerwonh 

•MOTiioiaia. and the ic;„am, j^,]) ^^^^ 

MJMO la tbe Royal uak Bu lls I Pufk 

• tfAM» Ot THANKS 



M " 1 Mr.i J Baxter Snd Vf snd 
^^'^ I AlnilraU Roarl, 

► '■nilmalt, dMira to expre«< i;i,,i i,,,, 
f.H gr.Utude to the Victorian order of 
NuMe». to Nurse Jones sod to Dr j s 
McCalhin. for the profesalonal services 
rendered^ alM to the many friends for 

bSlut'l'ITJ^-?^-"^**-"^ 
••<1 herei 
iiB Mshter 
Elslne 



J m 



E HAIltc- rriNO SATURDAY 
morr. . r i r, for sohoolalrls 

Vi. ioi 'H lu . lii . ,i,» coll.^ge. 114 Wool- 

w.,r' ;, Ml h- 

/JlHl, i-\>H LIilHT HOUSKKBBPINOT 
^ " two In family Box 6700. Colonist. 

«IROB,'t TItl, ... 
. . „ ABPlp Mr. Jaha- 

Ston, t56 Yates Street 

rjOOD COOk-OENBRALrLIVE IN,' NOT 
^» over sn two in family, sood waxes 

Phone 



^IIRI, WANTED, EVENIMOS. T TIUi 10, 

for ticket office 



rXrARTlD— POSITION AS HOUSEKEEP 

TT er OT dAllp h^i read ptato 
Rm oom. colaalat *^ 

VArABTBD-PLAtat BBWUtO. 

TT Irwitea. Me hr. ear far e. Phone I^ml 

fyANTBD-POBmON. UCillT HousP- 
TT work, or housekeeper. Box 6470. 

CoIoitl.)t 



VIi 1. iiiM HI H..i)L OK EXntK.-'.'^I., .N 

PUOU4; bpiukiux, KJocutiun. Plays. SinsLoa. 
Preparation for PMUfsls. 
MML WttHUD ORU F.T.O U 
tm Oaafc atiMt Phaaa m 



ABT 



' ^lOMMJUtCLAL AHT flCM<X»L. TW YATB6 
BOrMt (over Heimana; Phone 7J. 



u 



MUSIC 



ATr mr i n m 4 W ix>lin. banjo, ooi- 

tar. BC, Academy Ph 3647-S088Y 

l>ANJ(i. MANDOLIN, (iUITAR AND Al,i ,' 
*»etrini;r,) i.istrumenU tauaht by W. O. 
I'lowrlghi, lii« Bsaad — ' — 

lies i.hoiie Nfl35Rl. 
baturday. 9 lo 1. 



38 TO RK NT— MISCELLANEOUS 

rv,K HE.Ni nT> )RirROinKrm 

I Hireei. from March t, K M. Raowa 

; 13 Penobertoii Bldg 

yllKAM IIEAIEI) fr.TOHE, PAWtm 
►~ niork loniet Doinl»» and Kliiga Rosd, 
130 Apply Pnot A Maiirer Phone 31.1 

01 It VIEW STREET THHEP .STi iR Y 
t/Xtf eoocrete building, with Urue fr...,!,i 
elevator, suitable for •»« rehouse, storage, 
etc Immediate iioNwasimi Swloarloo di 

.Miisurave. I,:d . 640 Port Street. 

M ro> aALK, MMCBUANIOUS 

40A KOMJMRO "mAWRIAIR 

t LAROB QOABTTTY o«r CX3RRtK>ATZD 
- » iron, an alMS In pipe and fltttaas. also 



I 

111, 
V; 

PhOM 735 



iiicycie repalroi_tMlty raailf 
~ ■ Mi Ml 




e<1 tii'hlrig lioo.^.etiol,l llijen ihllia, 
allveiware. lewelry prires paid. We 

rail tAliaw A Cc, T3i fort Straat. 



nishrri 'oiteit. housokeeplac roama." 

O8Y tXTRNlSHlto^APARrMFNT^oP 



i 1O8Y 



•e -9.'? foawi on around fk. • i. ,ni,„ 

MasaiAva. JWd-.jMjort JlrWj 

( rr '^-'S^ - I^OBBT ABD b7^? 
' ^ furnished AMrtmenU la the ritr 8,p. 
xrMe entraaaas. 410 MIchlasn Ph 7,tv;R 



4aL KTOVe.S AMI KAM.KS 

HH0WN 8 SPEl'IAL COIL. .Sl'iVK CON- 
nectlons and rejisirs Phone jl87. 

I^'^OR SALE CANADA PRIDB RANGE. 
Six-hole. sood condition. Phone 
5804 YS. 



roofing paper. Vletoria Junk Acenc> 1314 
Wharf Street, phone 1336 

^ tCT ORANITE FOR BALK. 7551L3. ~ 



^lEUAK RUSIIC POlRBi ART BOB OR 



Icnsth. Sc to 10a 
Phoae Belmont 3 P. 



toat. dahrerM. 



. itu, 

1 la t p.m.; 



IVfRS B 

RANJUKR,. Bte. 



Tnu.T-.mRa uKtnRu, 

■ -. ^RR,- Rte. MM OfllUa Btraat. 

' »or«a Park. Phoaa MM. 



/ vPENTNO POR A LIMITBD NOMBBR OP 
pupils for the pipe eraaa. Apply to 



w^^ai ,::£nL » i ^^^^^^^ ^ ..5.7 c'ssi A's; 

coiomsk. ••^ "^Inj "^isiss 



yoURp LADT, WITH BtrBIWESa pTdu 
.w;.iti^^ ^ ooaw experience, wishes 
position la afflM ot sIot*. whala ot part 

7onY *• 



VTOONO LAOY. WILUNQ TO WORXlR 

^^^Aj^B^ayjTOTBhouse, dsy work «alp. 



roaoNAL 



jgyg? UtaIr resent 



« ri'NER.^I. niRM TOM 

HArWARDB nc PUNBRAb CO., UTD 
Eittabllshad im 

V« ^BMhtoB atf«a% Vkiom. RA 
I VMasii MM» MMk MM. MUL 



LKARN Bls.Ai:iV CULTURE KNROLL 
Vtelarta Halrdrssalns College, only 
■chMl to VUstorls. We prepare for the 
BA Board a( RaamiaaUoa. lew ' — 



kJTX SALKBWOMBR, 111 PBR WBBK AND 
k^ commission. Otva phone nnmMr. Bos 

488}. OdlOBlSt. 



LJALBBI.AOIRB — mOH^XABS WOMKN 
kT wanted for sslea work excellent op- 
portunity Apply Ma lor McOlnnls, between 
9 and 10 am anl 4 snd 5 p m., 1437 

r>'.iixln^ ,sirm 



Off!,-. ..lid Ohapal: IdU 
Phones 




II OROCUIY STORB. 

»t 



S,* M AH 1 '.nil 

11. , . 4 

I 'SHEKd WANTBU. APPLY COLUMBIA 
TbMtre. 

U 'ANTED OENKTiAL 
II 



Sunday im lusi' e 
ply Box 8735. Colonist 



OAIX.Y 
Ap. 



II'ANTKIV YOtiNO WOMAN OR OtRL, 
' ' I" house snd ^Ith two 

1, 1,1 Box 0770, boloalst. 



R A OORKT B SON 

Morticians and Pnnersl Directors 
II 1« our aim to aaalst the bereaved fair.M. 
In every way poaslble rer«onal di'-.i,r,ri 
■ lye-i In every detail 

OJtloe and Chapel puon. >40 

rOTMiaht 



VV'ANiBu - BxpRRONrap snRDo 



rtTANTED Oo6d COOK-OBNBRAL, 

^mCbS?' -n ?iir7iy^RiiiriiL*Ttiv 



A WWBBB TO YOUR LIPT8 PROS- 

A THEHMODAIRE WILL DO AWAY 
wiin noise, dirt, eoioke. oppresalve 
^e.i and rira haaaids aatoatAtie h«« 
•* w«r Ups. nr port st. 

Phone 371L 

APBlUfARBRT WATR OR THB RBAlI 
tstle machlaa i 

cess. 110. no extrasi 

Street, phnn. 15I9 

A i ■ Kl. .1 iixrn .viTH MEDICAL 
.ia. niii.saar, bei,rf u rhciimstl»m, eclat- 
Ica, neuritis, etc 733 v«ier Phone 1784. 



\ 1 IHH MOORE. L A B., 

»|J. metliod*. »<»i,iefi procrejs fipeclsllxes 

With etUldren eiul ad.il' t,..«ii.,,..r« . laones 

'•Ll'Vi^"* ''•'■■1 " ■ lees 

*m Ron 7144, 1 rt, H..:;..,|,ii , 1, •„ .2 

SPRCIAJ. INMirtri IMM I.., IHKOHV 
P' ' .'ii,..l. r V .,i,e ■ 1 ■ I 

rrCt CENTS PIANO i.£SaoN8, UXNTLB- 

* ^ PMir homo optiooAl. oaeeoatfdl 

— m after 1 p.«. 



— DOORS — MUX WORK 
Preavt JMManr a( Btaok Ooado. Bpociai 

Blses Mada la Or«w 
Woodtaraine. BbapOT aad MnRnwiBi. Btc 

Our Pr^ Ara RMseaaMa 
R. A. ORRBM LOIIBRR OO. 
Phone iCtr MM MaMa St 



i[V)R BAIR — SMALL COOK BTOVB. 
chea p. Phena UtTR. 

P noiLBR. OOii on waterpront 
>'.''. 1. phesta s:-. I '- :«,iii for prompt 
auciiiion. Oatter's. bXove store, 033 POTt. 



I' 

all 

U'l 

KANOBB— n 
7IJ 



piioNK e.«. ... PAY „.s?-p„-icE.. ^^^iSS^wISISarn^^^^ 
A tor hoiiie,. ragv looiv .to,e,. f„r. maBt RmTo. Phooa 

aiture or an.ihina el«e v.i„ wi.vn m rlUpoM 



jmXiin BttpariOT. 



We mil 0 p 1 where, ai 




1 



•Mr WAnBtntoNT 

Apartment for rent 



and watOT 



VICTORIA JIINK AOttJi V CO, 
1318 Wharf 8t Phone 1338 
L«rsest burera of melala, aa> ka. Iron, raes. 
botUea, pipe, maablnery. tools snd fuml 

tnre. Pb — — ■"- 

anywhotai 



8 rooms, furnlshe. 

Rent 

No. 1785 Ross 8t. Phone 430&L 



W**™© — 'A0t OBNTr ...si„.ij 



IT'ANTBV- KXmeBION LADDKH .10 J 

' » or o^er gr.,, | , oioVtioi, I'hoBr ,^«.l 



l-T 



rV>R RKNT-OHnrRRl8HED~PLAT IW 
* wi ldwoad ATaau e. 

1^'^URBIBRBO AMI} UNPURNISHBU 
suKes: firsplaaok tataaeau aaaaM, i^m 



Port street. 

PI^ISHRD iuiTB-THRBB B<X)MS. 
■s. bath, eto,: suit euiet eoupis or two 
business ladlea Phone tOOOL, *^ " " 



I^X)R RKNT-PURi«iBRBD SOITB, ]R 
' quiet, home hke resMOBSOk BaaP Mmil 



ANOB OASTDfOS POR AU. 
' raneao. R.C . Ra»dwa M> tM Pert St 

PRoifB om » . 

.5 Pandoia ATsnne. Bale asaats lor I \ > „.,,,, 

Pindlay Ranaea. McOUry repairs. ~ " " ^ i | I I ami-; . in couut_ 

YY'^T.'"^ ^P^WATER ( oi-nteh AND ] ' ' » "ny spartment 



toai 



T50TX3. 



4.0\T IIAIRIFS 

UVKRBU I 

a a. OBBiB. 



/ s OATS MUaK DBLJVKRBU IN OAS BAY 

^ > and _ _ _ . 



I I MAKk:;< VA( "I..M ' ' F.ANFKS RB- 

;» YHtrs Phone 033, 



|^Ty«ya CMPAR BLOCKS; UJ« ewd. 



MM; Bliht MTO 




BORHRinM 




noUMIBT AMD 
MIT; rea. ilM. 



oartaRi guc- 
'0, TM Port 



I'*5JJ^"jJ^l"2WMJ^jW VIpUB. R4 



TUTD. 



«5 



ikAifcoro 



t^let, 0ia4U; afUr midday. m& 

ORU8H UP TOtm BALUtboM DARC- 
Ins— You win enloy II. ,o wilt your 
partners. If you leam )u.st how, by Joaa 
Parrlnaton. Victoria Studio of DanetoT 
also batlet daaalae. tu% fm BtrMtT^ 



AMKKni RURRtrmiB AND OTRKR 
affaeU. VOT parUaalars phone, mora- 
ines. I4n3Y 



ARtWOAIR ■RRARLY NBW tS-IRCH 
typa wyltOT. Its. 6» Hillside 

\LL BLACK HoIU ClJtY MANPHE. 
rock, clnd'rs deliver'^l Phoi,e 188 

VII M.' 
Prtlreil 

HAby iini.c.Y likf: nbw. tttl 
S4 '.0 Phone 5n5L. 

HOATS. LADDERa 
doe kennels, chicken- 
Bros.. 137 Port atreet. ~' 

OURN BO<KOA 
I * INO IIEATIN 
YATEH HTR 



HI.ACH IIAKDITN I4;AM. (LAV MAN 
Cinders, sraval. manui 

anywhere. Haallac. sraata^ 

Phone 733SIA. 



P'hs dui rlri , r '^ollSki^a 

AMri) fllKi IV, I •.,,«, .n-I!l',HAT.rjkl ' l hone 1384 

' "«•■• ic, n-f , CoioniM 



t —a ^W:, J»'r>«er«' r «' Ih' ^la,', 
frony a WU eon, MO Oorse Road 

UTANTB)- ANT!urf,.i MO - 
Box 8814. Colon i«i 

VlfANIKI* SECOND HANI) PTIKNITotS 
»» aniKjuea, aportlng good,s. etc. Oalto 
promr'ly attended lo 734 Port Phone 0141. 

lya CAIX AND COLLIK-I WASTE 
T T paper Phone 7343U Ml Johnson 

47 BOOM AND BOABD 



ui<r~wBu,-PDBNmn£ 

.. . Phaaa 



I I AMPTON OOtmr— MULL. Riom,T 
tomb'"""*''** apartaiaat. Phoaa m ot 

T. OOUOLAS APtF, OAK BAY JT7NO- 
tlon— Pullv furnished apartments of 
ana and two bedrocsns. «u 



nMROnORAROR 



<:3S part Street 



Phone IPd 



^AJUNK OHALBT. OAK h s , v I. 



ATOtnoo RoawRBs obntlewomTn 
(w other* received as psving ' 

to beautifully appoint.-,) t.,, 
fereakraat and ilu.irr All If 
and prlvllosee of a leal home, loci 

fUriL^-.*' yMtlae, tnmmm awek-end 

il'J^ •*« „°5»*"»»» »• e»*T. OM. park 



torla's finest furnished apartaeaia, 

•team heat electric refr 

h. car line and soU 
a v» In hie. Phone I7S0. 



iifi.-'-i-~^L*_'.i' ^.o-Hi. laciudVn; AI c;s5!;'<52i!;,'s^n:?*3U!^" 

Ply JanltOT. 



delivered 
etc. 



BABY BDOOIRB. RRW, ALL COLORS. 
$11 up. Urate. Brown, Rerewsrd 
RMd. Victoria Waat. 



PURNITUBB TOR PAIRTIRO 
TABLES — ORAIR8 — 1 „ 
Any Artlete Mada M OiMr, at 



ble 



R. A. (MSRH LOMRRR 00. 
Phona SOdT MM Mapte 8t 



A R* TOU PARTICULAR ABOUT HAV- 
Ins correctly printed wedding ata- 
UonitryT Conault The Colonl.st Prlntlne 
Department. Phone 197, 

IJKLWIL BEAin-Y PARLOR BURNHIDK 
* ' and Doijglss. phone ,1,SR4o 

I \0 NOT OVERLOOK YoUR WEDDINd 

A>'lnTlUtlm«_Ull.the last minute You | , kpi IN R TORFiFl^SiSiowZaAit 



2» LOST AND VOTOCD 

TSLACK MOROCCO prrRSB. ■ n- 

_ • end 4 p HI I hursdsy In HlldSM'a ^w 
Store Box 8852, ColonUt. """^ • ^T 



l.'otjND TIRE ^ARD RiM; MRi ttoC 

' Phone 57I5L. 



— " - - - ■ " — . nviM aa 1 1 u vur 

prlcw are raasonsbie The colonist Job 
Prtntlne XJapartaent. phone 197 

RAU^ 



pZPBRT MARCHU Ma. UddT 
A^ mi Dooalaa. fbaaa IImT^S 



P^CZBUA, m». 



vipRXASIB. 



piles, ulcerated taea Tnr OoMae Lee's' 
Old Chln,„ Wemm* Remedy. IMl Oorern- 
meat Street. 




gAV0RrR--t 



ROOOORTB. OS 
im. IOM DawlAA 




BAIJ.ANTTNK BRi m I ri) 
^ Out no^ara and fietiao, 
I ^BSt Street pho.^. yo4 

Oreetthousea: North Qiiadra Hir<M>t 



WARTBD — lAffMUWeBD c.andy- 
maker to eapply Itne of hiah grade 
candles Address Box e«S3. Colonist 

WANTED — COMPETENT OBNERAL 

,« '*^* W^'Ri Mtore 

)0 le a.m. 

\ VANTSn-OAPARLR GIRL OR WOMAN 
no! / m.'ISl.tt r^ 
t \ • A NTBD— RKPBRIBNCED. "PRACTICAL 
month A DatM Speneer. Limited. 



i^^Noi.isH couNtrvstdb tbasTwith 

' * D'lonshlre cream, at HAmsfesrIcy Lake- 
side Cosy fireside tearoom at — " 

( ; ET A nai^LdiS phuca 

^ » waea, spaatally Mlaad. PhaJTr 



,-«oR R A vv LEioH PRoooora rfioKi 

Chris Wsde. IMI POTt Btraat. 4m 



Phone ««4P 

I OST THURSDAY EvTnINO. BBTWEBN 
AJ Roy.i Victoria Theatre and Terrys 
Drus Store, pearl, diamond and sapahlra 
erest^shaped brooeh. Bewnrd. 12? 
Keatlac 1»0. a-a^ mv, 

1 CkV% shredded" WHEAT 

^-^ off sroeery truck ption. 1041 r, 
ward. 



tVJB 8AI.I1, yuAHIER COT O^K Ll- 
C brery table. 115. also tapestry three- 
piece reed suite. 135 Phone 8000Y1. 

l^^OR BALE— ANTIQUE OAK "sBTTtS 
" and Adam chair, several palntlnse 
and a Bovery prl|t. Phone 4151Y, 

FULL-SIZE CHESTERPTELD SUITE, AlI 
ino't r - T, al.r, Ann>ln«'r-r r.iri.el, glSS 

LAROF Hi i. lyAMlEi! I rill ii.MiERED 
davei on .Tpi,,l,sh niBl,..ga;,r desk 
aad book.ase, r .nihiiied. els.' other furni- 

tnra. No dealers Phone 4~>i8 

Y DAVENPORT. PHONE 7330R3 



|>ANJ0-MAND0LIN and CASE. 113 M;" 
11 rvor>ahI» gramophone |A 7S l.srge tele 
acope. 15 50. h volt sloiaga t)alterles. 14 80, 
ahotsun, l.-sause. 8 H . 18 75; tenals 
raeevete. U.TI: Oshing todn, |3 7t: X>«alap 
Mraa, 11,40; boys' birycles, tl3E0: senl's 
bley«le. Il»; new Ollletle razors. T.sc 70 . A 
tubes. II 35. 5 tijtie King radio, lai- 
style spactaclea, to Ot any stabt. II 74. Bis 
slock ..f radio parts to he aaM at any 
pri . Jacob Aaronaon s RoW aad Ssso a d- 

Hsi:i<? Flore. Ill jobasaa BliMt Rhane 

735 Oppoalte Red ~ ' ' 



'vbooamooAiKM Ht privatr romr. 
f^Paal Bay Beach. IMT Cirasaaat Rd. 

A '•t-'A BART O dffifeRTARLR BOOM. 
' ^ »< ard optlamL MM Rorawood Road 



Phori»» 2 



^ Ml MsOLinOL 

Taaslent and resMeatlali aeaMal 



ABKHD8RR 
Traaslen. .waa™. 

w ater In rooasa PhOBe 

T>EAlTTln IXY PORMI8RBD BEDROOM. 
• » . . e „t wo persons: ntMls unequalled. 

I best restdeatlal dlt- 

--.'..ling. 4I9IZ 

WUV ATR "pakT- 



I ..ll.si- », .■! 
tl , 1 i 



X'KAR BEACON HILL — POIXT 

iiuheri apaiiincnt. 



. rrseonaMa 

permaiieiil tenant Phana MIKK. 



-V'EWLY . DBCORATRD TWO • ROOM 
'" »«• 'n ralrHeld. Phone MWR. 

NEWLT-OaOORATBD. PtntNIBRRD 
roam apartment: 8 minutes RaMn's 
Rayi Old SMnthly. 800 Oorse Road. 

-^ormandie' apar 

-i-^ suite, four rooms, furnished: 
paney April I; 145 Applr .lanltor 



I^OARU KX81DEN 



lyLUED RHINULB NAILS, tl PER KEG' 
•» » boiled or raw linseed oil. tjc per 
euarl. new white enameled toilet seste. 
tl; aolden Mk toilet seats. U; lone-han. 
?« th shovels, special, He: 

fl-ih '^*'» pulIeyA sallaMe for 

maae d aw. Tatersn Jank. HfJahaeeaat 

f'"",o!:°S?-'?5«!«""» ^ORRAOB. 

Colonist 



P^tAPRBTR 



MUSICAL INSTBCMrNT!! 



ACXIORDION. 1 10; BANJO AND CASK, 
m: R Rot bein. tU: treatbone, 
llT ldi Tielln. rTM. gjg llae. 441 RSdora! 

CWTTAOB PIANO, IN OOOD CONDI- 
tlon^^^Bncllsh make: chesp for cash. 



W'ABTrn CAPABLE COOK-OBKBRAL, 
»T Uo in family Apply Mrs Oann. m 
at. CMarlee Street. Vtetorta. between t 
tt eja. aad O and 0 p m. 



ToaT_r>oi.T. BROOCH, coral BBT 

1 * Cr.s h.,. Kfr^, OMSlea 13^^^ C^^^^^m 



■I N ,r(l, fiiili 

« ..lav aliej 4 pm. 



I os r SOMEWHBBB 
A-i ker A venae aad OlaMV A' 
Dualep lira aB« fRoTMssC 
Ph ana miL. 

IOBT-^UOKNCE plate" SSMw 
i Osi 



•rare phone 



1747 

I I IOH.CLARB P»RMAN«NT8~aT .9pe" 
' I del prices i-h, 1741 

TTAMSTKRLEY SAMPLE -SALKdRCKjM ^ 
XJ We have ■ few London Ullored models 
In men s overcoats for Uie Sprlns, resu- 

Isr price. 158 to 117 40: sample salexroom 

pr^e. Ill: also Udles- knitted silk and! i • . i a ORan»^KTil?"~Si;WWir,r 
wool castamM at areat reductions fine.t I . „ c^SSL <li!L.. ?* ? J^ '*' 

aoeoeh^sports wear Mams.er.ey Lake.lde \ . „ .^.^^""JfSi'^JJgj^jijrjj"*^ 



I opt by w ihk.-.,» OIRL. PART OP 
•< aalair Phone 7300. Reward. 



IC 



• MONliMKNTAL WORKS 



/ lARTm WINDOW WASITBn— CLBAIM. 
I. "J'"-. Approred by Oood 

Moi.srkeeplns InsUtuU 10 sales dally net 
■• « too monthly Write lodav Carter 
r "hp-ts <orp, MT Pront St, Cleveland. 



CfTBWAKT Mrw 



LTD t v^A-yjiMAN WANTED 
reefcA ' ^, •> n r nu ver lalaaA. i 



rrNkBAi, ttKBViORi 



ASPBCnAL nTKINO MCRVICK oAR 
meats dyed blae.k at short noiir. 
tatunad with utmoet lllspat,ch Phone soao 
OT Ttr New Method I.aundrles. Ltd. Drerji 
aad Olaanara 



IIDENT OP 

r»u,y isiaad. wRh kaowiedse of 

-l^, , • •» •PetUltles. 

iVT- . ,'" '"■ • remeaw aUu 

line . . hnr,^ re,,|ir^. Mm IM- 

erenrr« Moi ««,0 Colon !• 



TP TOUR WATCH lif>s.!i NOT GIVE 

t.^at*^-^"^}'^' " " ' " Wsteh 

Bench. Malnspiins. ji. eleanlaa. II 
Old sold bouakt . 1330 Bread BWaa tT 

lOtN THB I AM CUfB OT tTlCTORIA 
' for life Insurance (average coat. || 
for tt.OOei. annual rlue.. jj. hoth sexes 
10 to 84 Phone 40e4R full Information' 

t^EKN EIX5E OBINDfNO— LAWN MOWI 
.. . '1* "^'"f" cuUery. Pbone 



ii-i< 



1 : '17 I •nal.-r 



M 



AHC1.-1 rsn . yNT8 
eenli In ■ .11 r )|, 
house. Cli.aiira I'<..,, 



Pbone 
II 



I o; I WHirr ooiri v. WATOR 



M , '...rys 

'' Phone 



"nrl t'r 

O:, MarrI, 29 I'r.a 

I (I.ST nriwur.N . A.MBRinSi .., 

* and Hudaon s Bay Co. a lady's BoM 

il*?*^ E!f •nsraved on 

beek; eahtad as keepseke Plesse phone 
MIOL. Reward. 

T OST— ARO DT 0 WEEKS AtMJ. A BLACTt 
li uashesRA. —l abaaa - i lii i i a h^adto 



TfOB SALB— PIANO, GOOD CORDXTION, 
X sood tone, stnmelp Trnii: eait liall 
or home: IIM, Phana BMHo 

i.'toR sju^vfcroiT^TTcnioLA. ma 

A^ heasny ease, with twa 



( M>W MANOKB. tl.1> RMTTARO. OB 



Heeradi p lea dhlaa . harroalBe- Ph . IM. 

( ^»RR-RODAR. TrtTH aOO-WATT OEVRT 

^ prolector. with csaes, like r>ew takes 
exrelletu nyovles cost new 1338 Kill sell 
for 1150 raeh terms It ne;essarv Write 
Box S705. Colonist 

I kOUBLE X PLoon oiji:ankh rf 

glV^j mi - J * " 8ta«.eUnd 

Co.. Ltd.. m Pert atraet. Phone 37 

r^^LBOTRIO WASHER. WALNUT BKI>^ 
*J room suite, dinlns Ubie and cbalrA 
sas siove with hlsh eraa and 
34IS Quadra Street. 




UTi MftO 

TJOTH 



/ soMPOH I ABI K ROOM AND 

2 iTiis'r ,, i.t.on.. S0I7L. 

(■40MM 1!' A I ' (. 
' priv 1, 

Heyw.io.l A 



M AND BOARD IN 
' ness laan. 013 
' •■-■11. Oaraee. 



•70dR. 



HI ' 



rr«A8TBR HOI 



Mrs. If Puke, TAOaU-WirB. 
BMhaaae. 



HOI I, lAfyH A I 

't?°r **'>*»'»l«' terms 



N'EW 8E1.P CCfTAINri) FT.Al, PRIYATR 
1 ' o ' V ... ■- '■: 4 • 

hjToRARr APT,H • I. \ I \ I- ■ HMiPTirrjj 
* central local o : , • . „ -ert 

take elevator to tLud door 74s Yatea. 



Pumlehed and Onfumlihed taitM 



SEACHorT 
n 



A BEAtrriPULLT 
lahed sea ilr«. all-stadtrle 
ment. garage Phona 1003. 



riM) RBMT— PAmPtMA 
*- AdalUi ' 



Pkaite IHdO. 



^>OtM( RpR VOITNO MAN, w 
Xa wttheiff hoard . sood lo. anv 



Phone Soniy 

tiMALL. CHARMJpvq HOIEL, OSBORNE 
> otwu .dlf MeOlva 
Bwtat. TbL ~ 



ITH OP. 

o>. In 



SaL 



TpHE AMBASflAOOR." 

-1. 1S}« VaSa. 



Mia 



TjlVINRUDE OirrSQARD aiOTOR. IN 
A^ e«eencnt runnina condition: a rare 
barsain at IM. Phone lOOIR, 



records. 1U4 



caed 




NEW SHIPMENT OP 

HAWAIIAN AND STEEL OUITARS 
. JUST ARRIVBD 

Wo new hsre s o ie selertlon to I 
papalAr .<rrtne In prlM 

from ^ 1 - y up 
^ J _. I . ) 

Mfusic DCPARiMrirr 

DATXD aPBNCBR. LTD 



l^-«OR SALR-KORLBR m-WATT AUTO- 



perfect condition. A S. 
Victoria. R r 



y^OR SALE KITCHEN CABINBT. NTNE- 
A piece dlnln<-room Slille. Ivory dr.saer 
piano box. many player hlano reroi.iv 
everythiui practleally new. Phone W13L 



T"* ■UROALOW. Ml ROPBRfoR BT - 
X Select prtvsto baarit and residence; 
Isrse, pleasant rooms. Pi, - ' ci' 

•'T WBBK — BOOM AND BoAHLi. 711 

CI PUfard RImm. Bhaaa 



1328 Yates StraM 
Victoria s Plnest Apartments 
AU latest conveniences, inriudms Prls 
Walklne distance of town 
Vaoaney BriTMSf 



•■KT DOOR TO EVER 
IMIE BEVCRLBY UOTMa 
1 734 Ysus Street. Rmai to none for 
a permanent ot MIMSM BMne vi . 
speoialise In licht beaoafwpiad rooms and 
sulUs, bat also have nice bedrooms. Llaht. 
hest. sas, hot water and elevalOT serelMk 
Inelustee. Come in and eM •»— 'twitt M 
. MM pea araaadi m «B 



TO 



rra? 



BKiMUWAT ROOMS 
^ -wSiJ'" Comfortable 
TKJ BIOBT. UP. AND II M 
" e( Jipanson and 



OR 



OUeol Adv. 

"Advrrtlslne lo M _. 
as staam u to aidehtoerr* 

WB DO ALL 

OP LBOrriMATB 
AOrVRRTISINO 
II wOl pay you 
lo have this offlM 
wriu snd display 
reur newspaper 
adTertlsementa. 
Oot ebareee alB 



while 

tlWR 



DUtSSMAKINO 



la. rtJHU. RKMOnPLEDi MOO- 
arete ttharse Phone 4:gj 



^ooaa <~ov¥n« prut pcnNrruRR 



17 SITUATIONS WAMEI>- 



34M - 



WINDOWS 



AtAOAMX 01 I V I « < l AiRV. iVAVi 
i»8 front stilte ^3^ r,„i m rnrtn. i .les 

\ffN.'.ir.H .NfRJ^INO Aj C( i.v 

lloma IM Menslae B4. 



lOUR 



Phone 

PHOKr 



. I on. 1 „. I ; 'rir **** ^Tmaa*f pitppt. dark 

' I > ' brown marklnc. netehborhaeS M P^rt 
VALXacXNT street, about a week aso PBeaO MMY 



f** I "«T PART OP SALARY BY WORK. 

AKCRfc ARD RAIROirr ™ TOnn I »><-lhl«y of Moor* 



MAKOIK 



operator 4'M!R| 



\°][J*['^W»~WTTm'«'>»ALI. CAPfTAI 
Plermeni er - ' 



ees ~™ wwnrex^vyw-i, w^^M^w^^M— - 

eeeh. eatelde Phon. j ( Ji-D OOIA AND hilver Bouoht 
I ^ ' alao diamonds Walchae end 



I retired at moderate priees at 



oanb. I 




Whiuiaeien's lumber m l . pi..,. 
Street. Patot Bllra Brldg-. ...i ,r . 

lurned lo W n To^d » a oo.i ^ , , 

eCIlM. Itoiiclas Rl^er' 

IORT BLACK 
•< whlto 
IM 

MAR BBXN ri. Kido ^ i- I'n nu 



.^I i..rr»ct 
Phone 4110V 



rTROf,TYLR nAROLA PUtTMl, RI 

siadimM tela, iImb 
oo2d 



I »IANO, MAHOOANT 
' ditlon; 



I kORTABLK ORAM Or W O N B . BITW 

• low tone, wlih IS .,r..-,i. ,„„ 
I'.l Ideal ItT pl«i,:r» a;, : , a i.plns. 



nap lis worth 140 Cognplete eet. faat 

oiumee. 0 ma tear Maeh — - 

useful: M Pheae tm 



We 
mail 



CECIL HOTEL 
:n7 BLANSHARD STBRIT 

j^RiOHr. lomforubia modem reams aad 



bath Reasonable ratae. Phone 11100. 




IAROE PI yA,o,» fi ,, ,M 
^ sea and io« ,1 .<;isx 

N ICEI . PT'NNIHIin) prontIk 
or iiitine, oear^AMM Ray 



etteafar Mtera. 



1 Breaiptip sad 

neatty. wo oaa r 
' ratoo M 



u 




STOPS. ART) 

■keaey elertrle breeise lamp with 

s»para>« I I H 



BAOlO 



BM ea ano eas Maaai. ( w. K Brakea. MP Oaera 



r9pm I r s 
It Atr 



_ , ^ lARfwrr RAOKX KORAmnSr 



private houeei ae 
Phone 4II0R 

K(XJM Pr,R •BACHy.I.OR IN PRIVATE 
hom» , in,, in Phone 5J73X 

|irr7ji.,-ri ^T tnr STREET -OOM- 
modem reome. hoass' 
'« Phone II. 

I .IoItf««wiv WTRItET 

1* I ^1 IK rnf 

a(»am heat^ hot and co4d walar to 

MTia 



keepl'.i,- 

■Y'AI.E rooMA 



Mi. ,B.-^ by Jas A OrlfTlth Phone MM 

flUIHAE- 
A. U. 



>M saiTB. VACAirr 



TRR ROROROVB 
Yietorto'o R oaaet 
awqO APARTMMIT 



PIve minolas' wall 

Ten mioutaa' walk 

Convenient to MfdOt OM 
OARAGE. PRIOIDAmR 

M ai ador e eeaeeai 
Mnra TO RRBT 



^»rk Bealefast HSBS 

SUcet 

ARABTMENT :~ri7>ail 
ATOnue 



w 



d«a« 



JM TAIODB PRO M TOW N. 

hatbveai 



MldR. 



SI 



RICItMOND COURT 

UTABRT m WINTBB. COOL IN SLMMKR 
L^rsb eamaMM' 

he SBBrartaied. apMp 



Lsrya, 

must I 

Ja 1- 'or 



weekly OT 
lists of 
fOT their 
aistributloa. 



NE'.S-TO'e 
Ai IP-HCT 

Mall aad NewepapM 



OR UNPUB- 
. SA wiih kitshenotto. earaeei 

.d.ilta rwnlv p,^«r.. SS04X I 





Multlaraph end MI. 
ters and Pastoaeds. 



n PRTVilfR KRTi 

faettltiM: 



PPLT ftp TAHroVYKR 



vv 



ARM. aXLjr-CONIAlN 



IALW|^ 



SUITS. ALL 

mt 



It ni r'TT-^irro OBOOBOb-i 
V' I... . iT...nths or isasOT. A 

anfurnis3ie<| saiM. - - r 



mi 



.Ma 



YBrKL-PURNlSPlCD Ccf rt at. wvKnr 
Tt eonvni'nre: tmn t..,aire»s eoaala. 
m Ouebee Street PbSM ITmS. 



I lai itiicD 



'.4 



M^CRINIBT 



I. 



m, mi «*HM • « OTM«.^SS^P ^tllBB^ fc^^^^em ^^^9^ ^^^tljtt^^ ^^^P^ 



4^.Aar.a 



■'^/*;iiJi4?jif^;.<i,jc^ v:^-»V4* •^'-TO^. >-<6i^'.^^v«^ 

THE mtLY COUONiSSl^ \4^UK1A, B.C. SUNUAY, APRIL 6, VJ60 



A Mart for Busy Readers— ^House and Business Property for Sale and Exchange 



■OCIBS TO BKNT 



HOUSEM TO BENT 



IIIU 

1 1 iii 



IuraUb«4 bouM tM.OO 

MJtcbaU aUMl. ••r«oai buaaaJov, t 

bedrootnJL fmrnac* to 00 

Ituuh fltiMt, 7 room*. :i bedroom*, 

furn«o«. fullr (urnubed . ... to oo 

BrUhton Avinua, ft rooMi baacklow. u 
bcdioom*. carM*. fWBM*. well 
lurolttMd 60.00 

lifting t. 

KEMSmW * SON 

Mi l^.rt eur.i Phoj.e 381 



It& MM * 



AT 



tr*M. ate 



tovat. 



/niit 
IIM 



ArrRAcmvK new biuccx) bunoa 
low. tllvcr, liiiirn. furiUth^rt 2 bod ■ 



OtJt floor*. furn>r>' itrixr. (ar 
^•■i sroundt, tv«ry ronvrnirncf h!»ft. 

weatf«rfttl r«nt t:iO foe m munth* 

Appiy •nr forenoon to tmn Kirth Btrfti 



• M'«Wk QI'MiRA 1i HOOM.1 OAB AN!) 

it^^ mmttm, • rMn*. IM; >tM 

Wlnd(Or« T NMM (b*« ' t»n |«|» Rr.ir^rn 
St . T r«M^ nil Otdai Hili ltd . 0 r<win». 

tia. 3«M WMm it.. ao»6 onlUs, ) 

roOM Hi imOMk, UiJ»l M* BlOMt. « 

a. ObIW * 0»« liM.. mTtSw, w»mu 

Hoi 

iYln 



a POULTBT AND UVSSTOCK 

(CwrtlatiMU 



|.x}R uAiM- umawmasD roi 




write Hart. Rait Boot* 



W AUTOMOBILES 

I^XPUT uaruounM mckviob— w- 



AM ATTKAC TIVK BONOAIXJW OF nVE '*'*9K«"?H%*?9K^"!lK''-J 
roomi: ricnn and furnlahatf bU ku( "lOMISt *W Ptr'Mai& M mm 

M— Bi m ctmicbma tmt. " " 

BAD ST.. • KOOm. fM: noiNwdoD 

Road. .S-rooui buiKalo», 



J33 ^o r.,ui 

ll«r. lUcfly riitnUhfrt. im luilinn i.mi .• 
iaianii. |«8 i'hon* &»<K) Hij.Mjvtar 
Uurcloii. :ili I'uiuii Bid* 

ClOMitJn-BLY rURNUUKU BIX R.hjM 
' iMMB IB OBk Bar; rary nicr i<jci.! u. 



r KooMin 

>' Maullaln 



lu N(i.Ai.< iw AtfVt vn* 

ft) on* tlMR. 



ilHE RKTRKAniNC} 

You aavt dollara whta yeu lot tu tetxa*d 

tmt worn tiro*. 
Baat matarta) uaad 

Mt>dern eMUipiiifrii 

Hr.K co«t o( i.fv. iir»j 

Yuui worn tti* taken in Uade oo a«« lirei 



3843 



AUTOMOBILES 

<O0WMH— d) 



TUS CiTY B UJUtAll^T 



Bv.< >u n 

UKJUX 8J>KIMU 

IMP OAS ULM 



TP TOO CAM «AVB MONVT OM A 

^ CAR. II la «o«d fcHiiaai to do m 

We sullKr*! you »♦•■ ti ll (llM U . 

of iisrd . »;!> all i-om|i'.rt»: . tf< vu(" 
tlooed — all make* atid modeu — all 



11. Ill 

14(1 

WK 1 



■ ■v k^ara^'' IrninettlH** posa« iJilon, 



I« per monih Apply .',7 WANTED TO KENT— UOUSE8 



TO SEA ANU HKACH NICELY 
furntkiied t-room reatdaaoe. Ptioiie 



KNTM AIXY ' LOCATBD. IBVi 
coinplelfly fumUbad bOUMk VMl 

SEmm^wIil.*^ lar rank ||B par BMBtb. 

nURINO OWNlHi .«» AHHFN< F flF KIVK 
motitlik Altra. iivp. k,ii fiii 
mom buni«l'>» hm. vm'f-r hi-niu. 
Errry t «)iivt'n:»-nc« l';.t^in* f^'.OVY 

|.^URNiaHJCO Coi-TAOK. NSAR PARLXA^ 
X BMBl Butldlna*. 



37A 

U'ANIKU TO KKNI lam IKK Mt)N 1 H 
o( July, a cuuiplelrly (uruielird 
hooaa with four bedrooma; miut b« Bear 
baaeh aatf otty: aUU prtea Bad wrtta 
full parilcBlara. Mr*, o: O. Mtatuti, tUM 
■veraU AvMue North. MBttla. WbS. 



■tewt. Phone »07l^ 

TpmUill hTHNI.Inri) HI.NilAl^lW of 
" alX lamv roum*. plaaaaiu au 1 1 i>uialiiiit 
iMWr Oak Bay, on ieaic, fii per monlb. 
Phana U*3X 

TjnnunaKBD soon; mxab xiob 
JO aebael and PaatfarB: Ms 



S7B 



rOR SALI 
A 



I'Nri'BMinHci) 



JUNK 1. SIX KfiOMKM not .4E. 
Keirflrld or J.imft IIh v . lumiil im 
ant«. no ynurii children, would laaae, 
I'll ' I uln t ?t urui wtir-iher Xuralatiad or ub- 
fiiiM,'ij>'(t AiJi>iy Box oan. Colonlat. 



tbraa kodroBBu; 
Ob.. Baywartf BMs. 



I>V HEMABl 
• * dieii. alx 



BLE TCMAMm MO 



would leaa 



PbBM 



W*r! 



4 OR 



<tm fetncBlaw by May l: moderate 
_B« MM. CalMlat. 

HAVE A WAITING HHT Of HB- 
llablr trnani.1 (or iinf uinliiird houari 



HOtJSrS. KURNIRHKI) OR IINFTR 
tirma. Pred U. Ruaaell, lia Pemberloo. 



lAMCB BAT rULLY PURBIBBBD BtZ- 



three bedreoma, lun- 
rnom Oaratr Hot watrr hfafiiM (.(.rl- 
»o<.d floorinu Si>l»Trt I »r« .1.* ....k 
Bar di.itrli t Initiir.iMtr j'.'^sf s-hdh Hrui 
lUB pel in..n(h 

JJBAJ3S J-UHNimiEU 8u rooms, fuxnaoe; 



10 rent. Bee u* and wa 
tinuaa ptoCttaMy 

Mui " 



it vacant 



Wl HATB A WAmwO LIST OP TKM- 
ante (or uofurnlabed houae* In all 
parta ot the cltr, Hal with ua (or Im- 
iridiiiilii rraulta. H R Brnwu A Mat. 
Ltd.. 1113 BroKd BtrAei Phone 107*. 



n 



SUMMER Ht SOKTS 



TBABB nrnmsmv-sts 
J carAce. allver. linen, piaao. 



(llAtft poaaeaaioi 

Dion ' n 




ook Bar. tM par 
B.O. BOMP OORPQRATIOII. X^TD. 



5^ 



THREE-ROOUBO OOTT* 
Bar Bearh Phone }MI. 



NICELY rUBNISllfcl) HVK H()OU BOB- 
OALOW. OARAOE: BEST PART OP 

04B »AT» »mn. mi rwNia tM. 



'I ') I.KA.HC pv il( I ■• J. 



ARB 



4^AVCN-ROOU houae, near Cro(ton. Van- 
" mmm UUma. fumittatf aaeept for 
imaa ana nlver. Two bedroomn downstair* 
aad two ur 1« r«o li :'t , '-plnj 

porch till ' 111 .-lorn 1 1 < ■ 1 » : ' vlni- 

wlth open flreptaces, all modrrn ton- 
DMa, Bi el B ^f p Oaloa alMtric light 
Vary aanfortabia hoMaa. baauttfuliy situ- 
a'ad, with w»t*rfroola«a. la flTa and one- 
ti-i! m,r,-'> land, wtth Boad garden and 
iruit treea, A vary BaaivaMa feaaMt with 
ij t ia y IB ja hMi.m tha 



BABY * 00.. Um 



I.1OB BALS— IM rcKT WATBRPBOBT. 
■ oleiijBhai kaaMUaily «aaa«» tm aiu** 
from eltp. BBwad tmin BBMaBa. Pboae 



\UTO BPBriAI,a- A liATB MODBL 
Cadillac udan. aeven paaaenger. liS4. 
Packard Blx engine, complete with alartar. 
aaoarater, battery i make a poo^ boat 
awiaat $\m. itM Bi 
eaod abapa. raba 

coach, overhauled, new paint. ttOO. Re« 
Bpaed waion. i;*00. Kagrol 3-toa truck 
engine. l(;il model, complete wUb aUrter. 
vaoerator. etc. ll&O Two Ion Timken 
rear-cndi. Truck enilnei. AJao boat an- 
■Inaa Iroai U* up. Pacioc Auto Wrixklna 
Co., Ltd.. RT View Street Phone Ilia 

UTO BUYH HlKIl \92H IDi.rK, 

« glKxl lll>^ liiirllMl.il »1 I V .•'lift 

nllaage n.i-UO. pqiml to new In appeal 
aaaa. thl* car ha* certainly been caietulit 
looked after. 1930 llirnte, « real buy ui 
t4«, 193-4 1 i.-,.-n i..a. h. iiood appearance 
rriii Kuiid .,ver.M/e !ij!t LmlliHiu tltea, dlac 
ulieeU. lalvrN uroiind, only J350 

Jewi-ll IS4J3 tonrlMK. tuni «o<id. lo's of p>".> 
1100 I liev i'J'i ii'Uiiiia. runs »ood ai.n 
ha* lot^ of power. Good 14 X t, 36 « *. 

and laixe aolld tire* I'wo-ton Tlmkan 
full floating rear end P*rt*, axla* and 
wheel* for trailrfK. hniid or pneumatle 
tire* All pari-, of caia and tnieka. Wa 
tear rin up and » 11 the piece*. 

v<. I HANK CAMERON 



AUTO 
e«l/ « 



ia34 CHBVROLBT 

TOURING 

1»3S rORI> 

T<.)l't(I.N< i 

la^A <. HLVltoLiBr 

TOUKIMO 

IMS STAB 

TOURWO 

IBS* cHEVRourr '"r' 

CAH'ft: 

11)27 K I AR 

HtliAN 



I HI- ', Hi >i ri 



uf. t 



To Out-of-Town 
Sabecnbtn 



Out 9i to w n »iit>" ( rl^<•^• who 
. — to aiibwcr ailvf rti^ftnrnt* 
in which nnlv thr telephone 

ii'.viitir, ,,f dip dilvritisrr in h'^'*"" 
'I'-iv iii.iil tlicir rcplu-s to '1 he 
l'"l<Mll^t. and The Colonist will 
comniunicBtB tueh raplicB to the 



70 BOATS AND 1.AVNCBBB 



COSiUltBIA BIVER BOAT 1« I « e. i iir 
^ ollft_ aaatoe, »aiu ui ^tAJWl 

^H^B a^V^y .••••••.■••.•*•...« ••a.a^P^a^'v/ 

liaOO BROS. 

<»tjr».i Bo*thou-,r Pnona :i73IYa 

I |ANUY PAMU.Y URUISER. PUIXY 

t-' aaiyaaad « b a n ha baUat. gallet eiec 



trta Utbt: laerMaa ll.Ma. Terraa le^p 
•ible paraan. Box mu Oolanm 

r'<< )R ~BAli~ - TWO-CTUNUtR EL I O 
* outboard engine, la flrst-da 
tlon Phone 6833 



72 PKOFEMKIONAL DIREtTORY 

(CoiiUnucd I 



rtXYT tt MANZRR 
Bam. In.. tk»llclIora, Niiaiiea, Et» 

ta^of Manitoba. Alberta and Dricnh 
Bara. Pboao »lt> 

VMorla. B O. 




69 



VTB. 



in35 Yataa Street 

At tha Top ot AulaaaMla 
AB i BSii U liB af lha 



lU 




TBUCK Alio AUTO WRBCKIMO 



IIM 



4 UTO SNAPS— ItM OAKLAMO SBDAM, 

- V 1750 Hit Chrjraler "50" four-door 

sriuM, IS'ii! WlUvH '8 rnild'.tiT »12S. 
( I. ,■ ! : I ■ 1 1. ••'.mi; ■ 2^ P'Hil (••ji i.K 'arl- 
er. ii< Iiodge roadater, lia* broken wheel. 

t3b uaed UfBk Wb«, SSbM aaS aHiaia. 

Cameron, fU QaVMWMal Blvaala Bl 
Cmpreaa Oansa. 



\4BK foB mm OMk onor itb- 



M3Y1. 

pBOSPiOT~I.AKB^inOB WATBRPMONT 
JT- BBapertr and Urea tour-rooa cattaac 
Vttll kathroom < no fitting*); water piped 
tran lake into l.OOO-callon tank: boat 
hetiee: price Indudaa furniture. Price 
la.ftOO. terma. OUUf LABX. 100-(«at water 
uantaaa and four-room oattaa*. furnished, 
aaad water aupply: price redaead ta 11.730. 
B.C. Land St Inveitment Ayeney, Ltd.. 93S 
Oavernmem Street 



SUMMER HOUBE. 
ehanao tar 



SABEENOe. 

at „ 

Ownart. Boa flttt. Oolaolal. 



EX- 



^(MiKE ANU 8ABBBNOS — 

Several small places for aala Bl 
kargain pticeg 
Al«o 

Thraa Sununar plaeaa (or rant 

Ona f-room buntftlow, furnished Ita.OO 

Ona >-roaai CRbtn. parth fur ilahad. 11,00 
Ona iBtSa aabii.. parH " .ned... U.SO 

p. p. INGRAM 

130« 



/ 1HRYSX.ER ' 70 " . BROUGHAM, 1131 

I > aadaL Taka tfea jrhaal at thU 



car and try It avt. Driva throuah 

Cfowded downtown ftrcets or out In 
tfte open Try it for power. *peed and 
then Indeed tou will realise 

9885 



fit open 
anduranci 
U » S ■ 



»3( WUXYB-KNIOHT 
KABBBBMB 

IB atfesaaaBSt a V MnV W 




•««a*aBB«aa 



oCi titty 



iXmUn ODAN. 1931 modal. A used 
vWah Is in vary aood condi- 
uea aad law Ui pttaa. AU > i 
wanf 



TBB MOTOR HOUSE 



SWnMtOOtttD PURWIBH'm Uni.'<K 
raat. MO: Trutch Btreet t-hone tuhv 



rpo RKNT r 



FROM APHII. n I'liK >( 



illT 'urnliii'-d fi V '■ r'>'itii.-il 
h iiuMLiib VI :vi , mI 

,r KUOMS, tlO, six ROOMS, *>&. ROYAL 
O BaBMv Ob» 1M 



111:1 J 



AVWB • BOOMS. 

R«B| tiooo 

4 10 St Ohariaa Btraat. • rooois M oo 

i7(i« f^iiigroT* Biraat. « raoau moo 

■Mi M . >T 1^ < Avaa«i% 10 rooms 7&oo 

« '.■• . Btraat, 0 rooBU i«oo 

y27 Woodlands Boad. 4 roaata ii.oo 

iMf B wBa yalda Aveaaa. 0 raaau M.00 

■ Kaaa Btraat T raema do.oo 

im BhbmmM aaad. « raaau. ai.ao 

aw Wtlaaa atraat. • paaaa n.oo 



B. B. 



NIMlAI'A R V 



1070 



•MR < nm $ « nn 



LET- PROSPECT LAKE A FTJR- 
nlghed S-room cottage, hot and cold 
water, bath: boat aad wood: 1100 tar aU 
moBthg. Pboaa llMB. 

nxT BBttC^AT " CAOibRO ' BAT."'ooir 
X eaalant ta baaeh. wctl-fumished three- 

rr>ofn suite and modern bathroDm ei- rw- 
cook stove, rent. Bummer. » i m. 

■ ■r •■ • r round, t3.% James I ),.« >. r .'hS 
I • II Bldg Phone I jfil 

'in\ ( IIF.AUTIPUL LAKE BUNGALOWS 

I .sArRiFioBD. iiMwferd Laka — BBaal- 

I) I t : ur ruomed bnntalow, larae Ilelna- 

• f^rrpla'~e. two !).•(! roorn^. larve 

,• • 1 ' . i . V I' 1 < I ' I A ' , .1 .'-!■] , partly 
furnuJied: beautiful bea.-i, rity water, 
llatat and pbooa available, only S1.500. 
Shaemlaan take — Well-bulll (our-roomed 
cottage, large llvlng-rootn with flreplaec, 
two good bedrooma, veranda: watarfraat 
lot. only ttiO. Baashaws it Oo.. Sarward 
Building. 

SS POin.TRY AND LIVESTOCK 



rol LTBV AND 8I)PPUKB 



IlARREU ROCK CHICKS. OONTB8T 

A> suaia. Alao hatahioa aoaa. 

6B3fT. itia Daaaian. 



J^LACK MINORCA BOOS, M MR SBT< 



tiaa 

Island 

4490R1 



from tapartod ^BBral ii i 



Oil St. Lawrence, ( rooms. 3 bed 
V room*. :i hed. g 
10 roooia, 10 bed: 
U rooms, 6 bed. 
W. PORMAN dl 
Pnona M 




3i 00 

60. oa 

10 00 

Moo 



MOD- 

am: aaraaa: t«a srataai raeaat M*y 
1. Pbaoa ISUR. 



HUNOAt.OW. 5 ROOMS 
Pniil Ba 



fur 



for TPtit ce 

'•»«¥ 



|>EaT PRfCFS PAID FOR 



8ea\le\i I'oulti • 



POn.TRV 
Farm. 43.> Dallas K<1 



HOOK YOUR ORDER NOW l"fJK tVVO- 
nionth-oid White Leghorn pollet* Al.so 
hatcbini eaat and chick*. Arthur Adams, 
Laka Hill, ptwoa 3745L3. 

nPP ORPHtOTOK AND WTABDOTTt 
setungs. tl.U; Laehom. Tic. UllR. 

MIKAI' IIAri llINO BOOS. AND THoai 

(If (luuot'iil quality, are an expeii<U«> 
vaa yaart padiaraa brsadiaa 



B 



m Tataa 



■ .FEDERAL XiiUCKB. CAMJkKGN MOTOR 

r Oa.. laeal dlatrlbBtara, Oaaaaa Vlaw 
aad VaBC Ouear. Phona MM. 

'|."K)OR I)i.)OU I)E aoTO SKIJAN. I". ,«. ; 

ahai>e. at low price lilJS Uodse 
4|-toa screen daUvery. ItM. IMO Star 
four>door sedan, tSli. lOM Ponttao. In 

very Bl"'! ,l.npe. ISBi 1933 WllIys-Knlght 
In .1 I r . . . II lojj PVyrd coupe, 
111 kiKiil .*i','. iu.' h'r Jeral-Knlght. dual 
pneumatii*. with licence. 1700. Ten-ton 
low bed trailer, «ult»ble for heavy hauling, 
rlieap l',irn fnt all m«kp^ nf -ar* and 
Inick'- In ,^to< II at r • i*. "iis(n< ji es. 

CLARiCES GARAGE, »S1 View Btreet 

py>BO TtnxMi SBDAM, "ioaeT~aboD 

a/ condition: several extras new battery; 
iSM Phone loaaL 

17K)R SALB-liai CHEVROLET TOUR- 
ing; Just reborad; new pistons, rlnc*. 



BBS STUOKBAKBR'B MBIT 
DYNAMIC BRSKXra 

in-a Used Cars AM M|y Churantaed 
and the Beat Valuaa Bl Mttah Columbia 

7t0_Brougiiton St. Phone 2146 

Our Special for Th7« Week Is » 
1037 CHEVROLET Sadan. 
fully guaranteed for ^Pi>*x>) 

ioa-S McLAUOHI.IirB&fCiC~Ma*t*r Six 
ToiiriuK. With new glass eiicloaures. 
spare tire mounted ou side, Uunk rack 
O'l ir.d - •■ 'illy *|t*'(l^ 

1»3« EtsUiUt. bedau. Xuliy~ Buarantaad. 

S£!^r!.r.r!T. 1695 

10)6 NASK Adranaad BTtu 
flrst-c 
tliaa. 



lOM WaiP P B T OOAOH 
1017 GBRTBtA OOAOB 
lOM POIIO TDDOR 

lliene raf. rarrv the "Plltnley ' Onsrantee 

Gha u* a piiun* call and we wUl (ladly 
arraoae a " 



AIARINB SERVICE STATION — BOMB 
• 'I aaaullue and karoaene. Homo Diesel 

fuel and Eastern lubrlcatmc nln Con- 
veniently located at our *>,a,l m IlKlu^. 
trial Raeerve, Just aouth ot Johnson btreet 
Bridge Walter Walker * Bona. Ltd "A 
I'-uel lor Every Puipose Phones 4afl-16<7 

< \NE l» l-ooT 
' cycle riigtl 

Braatweod Bar. 



TWO. 



J crulaer slei 



M-FT. OABOr 

four people, running 
water, link. n.-. i ,, i.atita. bu.;i in dresaer. 
clothea closet, cupboard (or provlalons: 
MOO. oa teraia. Phono »a7kL. 



jpOWBR 



BOAT vrm 8AI F 



M ft- X 0 ft . oak ftainea. rnlar 

daakad forward, >»hin ntn ma 
Bblp, larea eoekpit aft enmne i 

ar '.'tr and i hain. 



I 1 EI.UrrHEHAPY, DIET. HYURO'raER 
' 1 apT. n.a.'>»a*r. cunvatescent eaaea a 
apetiaiit Victoria Vitalortuai Baattli 
iioirir, uy4 Montrose Avenua. PtiOgM 1000. 

MAIIK AL 



Vrx.NON B TAYIXJR. REOIB 
tared and Uceaaed. 600-1-4 Belmoi.t 



AND l\ ACHF-fl 



Thia protxrty (* ei> ept lonally wall 
tlL^^iSL OOWmanda a v*?, 

kaauttftf ytaw of the B.anich Arm 
Dwelllna. whhM 1, ,,f nve rooi^ 
1* nicely a.ia. .m! ...a modern 
Eleittic Uehi. phoo*. three-ptaco 
bathroom Good oatballdings and 
>oti,»„ fur help. The land I* ot 
t le beat cloK- to K-hool. church 
etc All riiy deiiveiu* and escu- 
lent tran*t>orlaUoa. 93000 



PATENT ATTOaNrY'"! 
WARNER. REOISTKREU l A 11^ .N i 

\ 1. !.Jll» 



7» ACRES 



1 HliJ 18 GOol> 
ADAMS 617 
Phona §771 




LTD. 



1030 Tatar 



tu 



IV BAf B BEv>.)< A). i nhi. . .A.Ra 
OMBBB B lluo lUsi *i« bargaina 



BeBAH M KM 'HAM Morori^. I TD. 

• V in 'i I I'oii t :a. 
000 Taio* bueei PtUMia IW 



flrst-class condition, balleon Si;* Mi" 
Wonderful snap for ...^SjJO 



IKaoN MOlOliii. LTD. 
740 BroUBAton SC 



vv 



HEN 



car you 



have 
Yery 



Wa aall a lot of aari. aad to OOB • lot 
of cars wa hbta to olva 

THE BBBT VALUB OB THB MARKET. 

ws ara aura la B»va aaa to a«M you 

OaU ' 



irm BRorBMk wn. 

Phone* ?S53 »nd 3SI3 

ORAHAM-PAJtiE 8 13. 1B3S |I,1J0 

PONTIAO CABRIOLET, 19;9 . , . 950 
OLDSMOBILE COACH, l»27....^ 7M 

BTAB TOURING. 1B37 «M 

PAIOB 0-41 SEDAN. 1937 (60 

a( awnr makaa at axcoptloaally 
low prices 

AB Dara Bava 



2PBBDBOAT HUU* LATB MOOBb fUk 



MARINK FNOINH HnYFR-l 
rj\tUt FAMOUS KEKM^m^JMAKlMB 




VTD. 

ti» Braaahtaa St 
atars for Vaaoourar toasd 



UmNOS CANCELED 

V'OTirE TO RKAL ESTATE AODrTS^ 
My nr. peri,. 3747 orehame Btreet. 

I iiv, IS off II, r niaiket W J Ijivei 

76 EXt HANtiB— REAL ESTATE 

l.''LEVEN ROOM IIOUBE. IN JAMES BAY, 
AU diekled :ni 1 iwa 

00o« ta axcii<ii,.<>- (or __ 
Charles P. Baslao. Ui Bayvatd 



With ahotea walerlrom., ^ i,.^. 
About ten ai re» r..u«lil» cleaiad 

and fUe »cirj cult.yated and 

leaced. Loa bouse and ou h..,!*.-. 



Oaad raad ta tba 1 

'^■■iai a(a<«a..a... VwW 



I-'IGHTY ACHh-S. riX-)SK TO E A: N. 

l.i'^Ain al .Slia » niir .1 [■ part t ieared, 
some Kuod timber. wlUi buildings, fronllna 
oa aood road. Prica il.OM. ihtiiiI 
ralua li.oOOi WOI asateaea far anaU 
housa In Tlelarla or atatalty. J. Orassi 
wood. 1400 Peaalaa Btraat. 

I^^OR EXCHANOE REAI^ 
Angrlfs .Small Ill^l'i 



E.STATB. LOS 

^^^^ iiou.se. Are- 

TrSo^iEEn^n... .un ..... r,& '^SfrSi^ 

«J aaiboard engine repn . y .,,1 ,.ri. , tceaa. T>a«a faristartraal oauntry houaa. 

04.000 Owaar, UIO 



aaiboard engine repx 1 y ami 
300S Qovernment Btreet. Phone B64J 



yyANTED— SECOND-HAND 
tlon. Box 6836. C<ii>iiii>t 



OUTBOARD 



a)»> rooT 1 AI'N< If m.HI 111 il< --Kf-- 'W 
' .1 li.-«.il «:t ; 1 ) ml 1111 ii .•«,' 



tri 

Ota Driva. 



71 BI SINKSS DIKECTORY 
ADTO BAMATOBS AMD PBNBBBiT 



KVB BROTHBRB. LTD. 
Olatrlbstara Oralwa Motaco sa* IBBs 
Ow a nl a l cars ' 



1<1>>| BDtOK TOORZNO. OOOO 
dUlon. Ueanee paid, tntk 
3344 Alda r Btraat. Cto^erdaS. 



ttoaai 



OOOD 



etc.: mechanlcallr partact: 
1300; will oonsldac ' 
7460R3 or 864 



aaarMea: 



■■AI.E ' ' ' - " I- i<( iI.FT Ti )\'H- 
Ilia car. 'lUii .i. 1 hvyrd coupe. tlOO, 
.•inappv ( liryrolei l>ua. jiO Phona 7073 

L'^OR BALE- MODEL T FORD TOURING. 
A* lOM: abaoiately flnt-class condltton. 
good tires, ete.: Just been completely ever- 
ts. iie.t Phone 7043R3. 



/ 1KAY-DORT TOURING, OVERHAULED. 
Vl curtains. Ueaaea; la aood ordar; IM, 
Phona 133 ILS. 



ORAOnOAUtT RBW ORAHAM-PAIOB. 
AMO: 1,000 auiaas (aar 



four speed* forwaaSl 

tarrlflce at 1 1 300. 
ernaaeni Street 



lO; 
WIS 



I,-' ji .H I Hi ■• iM I 1 1 ii< li t..',. . I- 1 , . I,..,,' 
' Rd.. close iQ. fine water. Par only 
> ' < iwr month Vacant AStrtl IH 
I m 1 1 Praser, Oalonlal ofttaO. 



l.l'^ROM IS DP. BOTAL 
■ P.inherton BM*. 

1^V)R KENT THREE-ROOMED BUNOA 
low. tally modarn. In axcaUont oandi- 
MM. W. U BSsa ttraat. Bwafall. Kane 

SvOSL 

XflOB RBNT — TERT OBOtCB PAIRPI ELD 
F haaie, oivaa laosMi att aaavaalanaas; 

range 

r- 



larBi; 

and 



osa la watart laali 
OB. «: ». — 



F 



1 V 



MODERN 0-ROOM BOOM. IN 
bed part ot Oak Ban alao trta range 
oik A. B BanoB, no 



Owaer wUlJi 
Piemhertell 



13k. 



lilt Oiiambar* Street 



II 



JAMES BAT — mS-ROOM STUCCO 
buasalow. BSMSOt laat, tn. PBona 



vlataa 6 tijt s i 



13 

Pbooa 111 



ssaraataa of aoallty. 

Adama. Laka 



■ara. 



C alaa 

IP^^Btt'aa aaB^MO Ba 



•OLD DUOKUNOB; 
3SU Oalaulto Aeanaa. 



TTBALI 
n 11 7 



n. dalleared. 



K-OLU (70CKEREL. 
Phone Belmont ttR. 



rERREY GIANT llATOlINi 
tor IS An Ami. 1-0, 

f-tn . «l I : .1 .If ■^ . • Hi, . I 



KGOB, 

P M |i 



13 



IS* -TON TRUOB 

T > ECONDinoNBD aad la oaad abapa. 

IV wiU trade for r«r 

Reo Trucks, Passenger Cats, Buses 
BELL MOTORS. LTD. 

uii 




Raady far daUvary 

Ready Mareli B. 
itendy far daltrary. 

C< .I P!.; 

Heady for delivery. 
CHALLK.NC.FH COUPE 

Heady (or delivery. 
OOAOH 

Ready March 23. 

un VOBIUO LANDAU .SEDAN 

Ready lor delivery, 

1936 FORD TT'Tlf H 

dy far Mhary. 

1923 lX)l)nE I< ruiN.l 

Ready (or delivery 
Over Twenty Others 10 Cbooaa Ptom. 



I ( ) • »• » OHBVROLBT TOOBtNO. OOOO 
condition throughout; prasaat 
owner flv* year*. ISO or best offer. Box 

68S«. r .l.injM Telephone 1171Y3 

' 1 1 XINC.TON ROADSTER, 3350 
' Ford aedaa. tl&O 
'>"'ii ' >^ "I ...iition. Pbooa asoi. 

1<k.KJ I'XJHD IvlHiR. GOOD OONSS* 
•'•-A^ tlon. terms m*' 
Apply 3443 Horence Street. 

"wANTlDr 



ptOAOH OR BBDAX. ABOUT VBAB OHO. 
efeaaa far anah. Mum antr. 



Vbona 4JI1L, 




tu vaiaa Btraal 



VSSB OABB 



WBRAVB 



WOROBRPDL SNAPS 
OOMB m AND 
VOR TOORBBLP. COM- 

t n aam 

AMD OOBTOICB 



^ITUDEBAKER 
^ ''."r Wire w 

■ 11 109 f 
rj^WO DCX3R 1934 POHU SEDAN 



TOURING. flIX CYLIN- 
heeU. »■ *-1 r ..n wis urder. 

109 fl Al. :ii:i4Y 



NBW 



bistterr, aad la 
3411 Quadra Stiaat. 



TOURINO 



TOUROfO 



A QOQD BIOB-ORADI 
VBBO OAS. 



< UK K.S i*H KGoa FOR KALE 

I." «.'04H, or 33. 



NICE DOWNSTAIR SUITS. DUPLEX 
houae, (our rooma: t30 Phona 09I7L. 

r\AB~BAT— OrrrPATRICK 8T. NEAR 
' ' aaa— New I r oa st 



atucco 



§W Birl SMaol Phoiu 



baaaalow; 

LTD. *** 
Phona 371 



TO 

WN fVwl. ' 



OR 
OP 



houae. (out 1 
toaai, bath 

and aQ ntMim 
house aad boat 



^n M»01 iiSBltf 
tood aMiMaSli 

.lis sittina aai ttytaa- 
.p'-it Sra p laaaf : balAreom 

i.nventaneaa. Oood boat- 
Splendid earden Thia 



4^ d 1 WHITE LEGHORN E008. 17, 
k-^.^ • chick*. »ia perhuadradi from 340- 
e«g dani.v, slrtd by Roily** XXX cockerel* 

Br..itlinii j,tfii-k fcr .sale Ll»hl Sussex, 
Wh;u Wyandotlea and SC White Lea- 
horns A A Beeily. Cowlchan Bay. Phoae 
Duncan SaiJ. 

OELLINO. 

egos. Toulou.se Gee.sa« 



RRASONABLB BATOBINO 
_ HI INikgys 

KIstrurk. Prospect Lake. 



Vt'Mn-E WYANDOTTE DAT - OLD 
vv c hlcka . |3t 

OA MalBar^ Bra 

Phaaabelaalta lOQ, 



135 per 100: batchias aata. 
BraaUalsit Raad. SB Lake. 



YyBTTB 



property ennatsts of twenty (our acres of 

^ad. ^''^'^^L^2^'2||^*'^|J^|j^ ' 




||ENT OR UCABE. WITH OPHOM TO 



Baa- 



purrhasa, (iv*-r«>em new 
■ alow. Oak Bay. near baaetu 

school Phone Owner n»M 



KN Pi.ilMN 1 I . IS* ( Mt l.l'f M 

il.'.pla.e. Iiiina ro<,in. dliUng-r<»Mn. 

B^aei. »ni four bedrooms, jaat radaaarated. 
No ssraee oecupatlan MBy I, Ram Ml 
Pbane laoo. Roaavaar * OatSa^ SU 

Unlan BIda. 



LBOBOOtB BABT . 

iBl taaaaa ''Uadar" atralBi 
to nt agt wiaoers Oaaada. east to w»at; 
alao custom hatching done, three , »nti 
per f»s rat <lo«iie Douaan a r'..iltrT 
ry> t m I ol.tila H ; I no 

sj^^OUOU LWJllQRtMHSNS POM SALS, 

B*TrH7vf; r< 

IjArtNrsVEt^lEll r<HiH HtoM llTllAI. 
• .r.,. birds Waddell. RR 4 91.MR 

I I AM HING K008 PROM NOTlun NIW 
• I ,' n ■i'.,! l.e«horns, ic each At,n ««od 
la, w rns. II. to earh A V l.an*. 



»«w.e^«*.^ OBALBB. 

itBAB A 
GAB 



ANY PlJMI.FY 
OWHER ■ 



JUST A FEW BELETT- • " 

^^D^T) 

WX) 



$60 



1 (|.» I FORD SC 1 I - 

±.f^t TOURINO ^liU 

I > 1.1 .Mr HOOT 

DBUVBRT .. 9165 

lt)26 ^aSS^f. 9225 

ld26 imaw 9195 

1927 ^SSSSSP MSUtR 

TOOBBOO watQO 

1926 9295 

1928^°':^. 9650 



UBBD OARS BOUGHT AND 1 
chanaad. M aster* Motor Co . I.fd 

^;^Aimi>-.i.i( I M 1 



AUTO RAOIAXORt 
Kpec.allatB. 

be eii cilr-rj 

1 J. 11, W' It 1 1 '*y ' 



BOt 



A 

ThirkaiL 



IB UOUSJBKO OR 
im. RaoilBe a SMolalty. 



CHIMNKX BUILDKB 



T. 



COmiNBTB. MANTBL8. BOILBR WORK. 
i aament work. Bompooi 



pho 



naVC.tKHJS— VVIIOI.I. SALE 

XI '111 (I.K.'-M K 
>V Bi.l.ii, .t 



WRT SA< UIKK E YOUR PItOPBRTTf 

K.KCHANGE IT FOR THE LOCATION AND 

PROPERTY YOU DESIRE 
/ 1 IVE u* TOur luting* and requlremaata. 
^ ' and we will arrange an eTrhanae 

for you 

We ran ryfTer s'.n e 
In Victoria, Vu: 



. !• ...itne* 
-'where 



.t Prop- 



suBomsioN ixnB 

AT A BAROAIN 

We offer tha rasMMMas lalo BT a 

very aood subdivision in the Gorge 
dlatna t. about s.so y»Mis fi.Hn u.a 
Ooraa Road. Lois are bQ X 130. 

Bitaatloa la ta tha birhtat aait ^ 
tha dlatrlet. Terms may C^ax- 
i*asad ta aalt your conrenleaoe 
Pnaae raaaa troes. per un Tf: 
M. IIM to 5P17«> 



PANDORA AVKNUB 



A two-atory vau -arranaed aad 
weU-eooatruatad dwelllna witltTaB 
modarn eoaeaalaaeaa. Our iROinic- 
JJaaa ara tai oCtor thU plaea at 
tha aaaaiaUy to* AOgAA 



AO] 

m Oamaaiant St. 



WO 



PEMBBUrOH 6t SON 



LABOB 14-BOO«C RI 
hot water baat, -..'i.,i.'.- ' Kn 
Biaata. to azehaaae .■- 

Oharlas P. Baalaa. 538 .say ward Him k 

I »EAL ESTATE OF ALL KIND.S TO Ex' 
chanaa — It you have property to ex- 
PS BOjM hava partlaalara. Oharlei 



1 .1.1 , » l.-'l, sM > il I y - 
KChkIs Uiii'SJil* 1 and niMii.ifd. ' .-.irr ^ Meii » 

turn^ahl aas. tanta^ _ "Blf H orn" Brand 
Bhlriik ^^arsSB UAtt oasita 



AND TE AMINO 



J 



SJOC^MXBC aOBOALOW. WRH ONB 
^~ aara oa ■wolpolt Raad. la axehanac 
for buasdsvai Sim— Bay. Ohariaa P. 
Eagles. I SO Sarward Bleak. 

/•-ROOM BONOALOV. ABOUT 3 MILES 
y* out. lutly OMdara. with one acre ot 



WHARF 



aood land, houae* for 300 hens, 

to asebanaa for iio.isr. .n city. 
Eagle*. S36 Saywaui Ulmk. 



9. 



171 and , >•» 

a Mtaolalty. 



^>alc uiiU mac.Uiiu-iy niuviiiw 



EMBORBED 8TATIOMKY 

PRIVATS STATIONERY. EMMOo3ED IN 
any Aealaa or aalar. Tha OataBlat 
Coauaarelal PrtatbiB Dapt. Pbooa Uf. 



rCBNITUBE MOVING 

BOUT FURNITURB MOVINO. PAOK- 
L ina. ahippina or gtoraaa. aaa Laaib 
Storaaa Co.. Ltd.. forwardera 
utora. Cut ratea on frelaM 
point*. Office phone 1567. 

MOVLNGT THE NEWEST ANtTljTROEBT 
modera van la tha alty. Individual 
aavara aaad. Phoaa SBA 
tar Co.. Ltd. 



good oondlnoii 



ciii l'K (in 
Hive tnskr, , 



PLOOB BUBPACINO 



I V 'AJ''l Kt>— A USED (JAK. MU.ST Hli 
*?Pfc. atatlna terms and par- 
Maalara, la Boa OVao, Colonist 



OirrORTCNITIEii 



BOTBL 

WWOUCnVB INTBVnCBNT 
trade and fair transient 
~ paraianeat boarders 
hi very easily Increased, 
la la parfeot paadltioo 
_ .- - here of grounds. Taaala aaart. 
as going concern. tO.OM. Iltnns. 



AS A GOING CONCERN 

VPARTMENT Hoij.'^E In a good raal- 
dentlal diMri.-t. r ose to park and aaa. 
coBtalnina elsht housekeeping aultes. seven 
aaapletely furnished 

A Oood Rarenue-Producar at 

.912.000 

BelBMat Baaaa Oppoatte p o 




ro. 

flalablna. Bstlaataa traa. 
Addraaa 40 4 Ooraa Road. Phona 071A 

A '■ir^oiJiT^ KT ooR ."1 -tf P"A'-IN( ; rvT 



poll.shed rl<! n.'.'ts I" 'irfs.r.l ani rinl>he'l 
Late o( W"l FliMir Hurlarlnit < o Ph J%43 

V.I. HARDWOOD KUm.H 10 
TM Port Street ci n. 7371 

Ttctorla's Leadlna Floor Bpecialists 
OM Boara ranavatad with alaetita. 



Ml" A( RES. WITHIN lO-MUJI CIRCLE, 
nil wire fenced, with aaren-room 
111 bungalow, stona baaamant. private 

»!.. •t-vstem Houae cost over 16. Sno (ii.od 
barn, large woodshed, double >-«ik.. i e- 
nient floiyr; poultry houses, f. • ; - . . s. 
two cottasee. on* fumlabed. Twenty 

acres rich bottom laaA fetshly aalUratad. 

tlle-dralned and fenred^. Prult for family 
u«e ( nrdwood sut.'i. ' ' i 1 . nay (or prop- 
erly Running creek 11 ; .u.i land, mostly 
aU good land. Owner paid 1 16.000 for this 
property tw» yaara aaA PIna araataa tor 
cows or sheep Make a flrst-elais dairy 
f.'itn. In Viit.ii'a Tair.-^ $30 per 

t - I'l':** r-. i-.i/ « 'Il . tv con- 

veniences. Income o( tOOO per year from 
anotlMr aaaraa. aaaa r ata 
goeg with tha property, 
tio.i ti'i nnn vviii exchaaaa for saad haa- 
(i.i. > > -'. fs .%oo. If aaeaaaaiPa fealaaea 

on ninii..;aae. Exclualvaly. 

rHAKl.ES F EAGLES. 536 Bayward Bldg 



Bl 

A w y> t l a n a l avpartaatty p r gaa at a ft- 

^ » aelf to purcha** a modem, artlatia 
and yet qualnUy-deslgned home In a moat 
excluaivo dutrlct. Thl* home ha* do4 been 
eompleted a year, aad eoeiprlaaa a lovely 
large Uviaa-rooaa (17 ft. x lo ft i, wiu. 
aiahnaanr daora aad matit«j o...^ <Sn.<r- 
ate., which *ama applies lo r.. .hmu* 
room The den Is eosy and h»* ■ firrpia*:*, 
and sd'olnlna this la a small batiirooai. 
LpsiHiis are three nlea ba^tootnn and a 
tiled bathrooiB, and af eoQrae there I* 
HOT-WATBR KBATDfO. The owner is 
leaving the city shortly, and consequently 
otTers with the properly many extra pet 
qulsltes of artistic and monetary value 
Plaasa hurry (or this, as tha fttM'U^l 

haa bean reduced to ^\9\J\JK3 

wUl ba elran. Baa Mr. Wbyla 

TRB ROTAL TRUST CTttCPABT ' 
Raal Batata Oapartaaat 

TIataria, Ba 



A OOOD Bvy 

POUR-ROOMBD MODERN BUNOALOW, 
In splendid condition. Nice large 
kitchen, two bedrooms, front room with 
open (ireplaee. thrae-plaoa bathrooat. aaa 
porch eloaad la. Mloa aatdao. Oaad ' 

Por AppolMment Phone 7309X1 
SAANICH REALTY OFFIfK 

T^-^OR BALE BUNGALOWT FIVE KCXJM8. 

' I 'I <..od condition. aMdafneaafaataiMoai 



two lots 12.300, teraM. Oaaa * 

I0U3 Lansley Street. 



BOUSBS FOB SALB 



BaBUBaoBr oAoaBBBAiB or pitb- 
raOBi taaMotMOk faralabad ar aafttr- 
Kishadi ata*a to aaa. aar aaS aiara. iKAP. 



MTI«t4^:RAPRIN'r, 

THotlKAI ll INI t LI TlkXiRAJ'HlNti 
Vina and emboaalnc. Nothlna too 

nothlna too imaU. Tour gtattoa 

anr to year adraaea aaeot. Oar ta 
al Toronto. Tba 
Oa.. Ltd. 



Wax 

I lOZY OOTTAOE. THREE ROOMS RATH 
^ and pantry: all modern. I n ' v all 
cultivated and fenced: chicken houae and 
run: abandaaaa aaMD fralto aad flowarai 
gardaa toala aad towa aaawar: aaar t«N> 
aad alty BaUto: aarth 




M 



■ML 

All. IN. . Ai .; : I i 1 I -T- ; 
UoiUna. UI6 Uruad m.. phone 



1937 BUIOB t7-4T 

bXDAN 

1936 CHRTBLER Md 60 
b'EDAN 

1931 CHRYSLER Md. M ft^*Jrt 
8BDAN #000 



NATIOMAL MOVOB OO.. LTD. 




.-ns, II. to each 
Phone tOULI. 



SEAvanr PooLTR Y farm 435 ham. as! 
Miaoa OOaa The oid Reliable. 



VtmiTB WYAND^lTTB BATdUNO BOOS, 
.l^^yy urc V.I. watoat) UJO 



rpo RBNT-SIXOtOOM NOUSB 
1- loeatloa. PtioDe BeUaont 33 Y 



A'Wl VANOOOVl 

^' »«iow, aaa. 




< STTt r 



MANY OTJ 



THOMAS 

PBOMB m 



LIMITED 
UtO TATBI BT. 



Svaaiasa 



WMilBH MONEY BACK OIT 
PIAN USED CARS 

Taa take no chancea when voii buy 
that used car al A E. Humphries 

Motors, Ltd 

1U>>7 PONTLAO OOAGH— In excellent 

•LOarfl aaed lt iaaa sB saad tire., nuro 



\ 1 'VrUAl IAN <:ARH BtTYEH WANTS 
• » eruriUes. mortaaaes or properties 
I. .rated in Aaalr^la. Jaaaph Walker, e.e. 
liios Cook B Mb. Toaaavrar. Chieaao, 

N?w Yoftl. 



1 iieada y ei er y n tn l f . 



OBO ANTZA 1 IUR8 

meeting. flr»t 



I>H;IA,VNIA I XANi H. CANADIAN 
» 1 !..n. II F < ! >■ .r r si 



ASPLBNDTD LRTLB IfBAT AND ORO 
eery bu«inr,, n i.M e a good (am 
By trade aii.l .,1 i».- well populated 

part of the Oak Bay Munlolpaltly. Tba 
price of IMM Isaladaa balMlasa. atore 
tixturea. fltUaaa and aoodwfll. Tann* 
can be arranged Call and dlacuss this 
proposition with us p R. Brawn A Bona. 
Ltd, in: Hrrad .Sireel Phone 1079. 



C10RNER STwRE. 5 MODERN ROOMS. 
' opposite larae aahool. 33 01 ^Obgmha rs. 

ML Asidy wHIan- 



Sate. 1100 TatM 



FIRST-CLASS BUSmxaS OPPORTUNITT 
-Rooming. house, 33 rooms, hot-water 
heaiiiiK. ..-iiire of city, always tidL oaa 
rai.iei m eight kitchenette*; W.000. 
Baaihawe Ar Co, Bayward Blda. 



"CVJR SALE REA80NABLR. NEWS AND 

A; tobaoo* ataiML Apply Owner. OM 
Taleg Street. 

I'lOOD ROOMING HOUSE. CLOSE 1n! 
' ' near Cook and Fort, thirteen rooms, 
furnished A lood proposition. Pine loca- 
tion. Only II .. .n oiaaa to 

Building*; twelve i oomBI fLSNl 

<i Co . Bayward BMa. 



C^LUBS OBNXHAL MBmHOk THIRD 
/ ThuraSov. BW SkSt* Aia9 Bad Bayy 



Tataraaa. 



WHY SEND YOUR PRINTING f;HDER.S 
East, when you can get them done 



t>ett«r 

The 1 . 



.1. krr and at the same price at 

. s: rriiiiing Department? 



PUBUO STBNOGBAPRBBS 



E 



Attthora* maaaserlpt. 
Strletly eoafldeallia. 



300L 
aeneraL 



piasTBama 



T *' 

W . given on plain or ornamcnial piaster 
Ina. eaaient work, repalrtsa. ate Phone 
MM Baaah Ortea. 



.'^AMILT BfNOAIiiW LAltoK 



i good It re .'I I'uM .'rs « a k tO 

i..Kn every modern coiivenlence. In new 
londiiioa. Thia plaea waa hallt by tha 
.iwnrr for hi* own home, aad aa expense 
-. .iri-.i T he ( . iiMructlaa la of i!.e 
n:, >.,. ill..... r.-r III.- fatally man »i>.' 
wanu to buy a home lor the fBlBra, here 
to tha baat vataa aa MM marfeat taday: 
eloao to park ahd aehaala, Mea, M.OM, 
half aaah. hatoaae arranaad. Pheoe 7U7L. 



A SNAP IN PURNMHB D BtTNOALOir 

PxmNlSHED six-room bunaalow, wIMi 
ana aara, bam tor two cow*, all klada 
af fralt. taaladlaa walnuta and arapeai 
housea for IM ehleha n a; eloae lu on Praaar 

street. Ea " ^- - - 

cash, bale 
poaaaaalOB. 

CHARLES F EAOUB 

ua Sarward Blook 



HOUSES BUILT ON INI 
Plan. Modern home* for sale 
tonaa. 0.,H..Bate. contractor. 



BONOALOW 

IDENTIAL 



92800 



i.-^ODR • 
and 



BUMMER COTTAOE 
lUd about one ai r» heaui fully treed 
land, with long wA"t;:oi at ;-taaeeiio8. 
Sooka. Splendid beach. City water. Sur- 
roaaded hy eapaaHaa hemaa. W1B aaailBM 
at luis. OwMr. Bex 0741. Oatoaiat. 

i~ .-HIB SAUi — POUR-ROOMB> MODERN 
' la tl aaa. toraa lou tl.aoo. No raaaon- 
abto eaaft alter refuaed. 3100 Waahlogton 
Araaaa. Ptiane 7e7«R. 



r hoi 

rydert 

d fl< 
1 Vir 

■<OR HALE LANGFORD LAKE FOUR- 



BTpMB 

house, with a hraaktaat naakj nOy 

modern aU klada SC 
and nnwers low ISaiOt S 
Dtl View Btreet. 



1^^ 



room cotlaaa. beat part ot lake, three- 
pieoe batbraaab awtto taafe. altf waur. 
garasa. ataotrto Usht avaUahia; Also, oa 
terma. Phoae owner. MlOJt. 

f^TOR ODKIK SALB— 7-BO(»C ROUSE 
±: cement floor basement: Jaaioe Bay. 
13.100. P. M. Russell. 113 i^emberton Blda. 

"■t.'<0« 'sorB~STyEN^^RboM HOUSE~AND 
r Baraaa. Wm. McKay, 811 Cornwall St. 



nOT WATER HEATED BUMOALOHP. 
wn HIN ONE BLOCK OP BOBOOL. 

CAltS. aad the beaah, Ahirntta awaar 
la rary aaaioua to dhvaaa a^ «««& 




TBTVOBU KIAMT B 



OAK BAT 

XTEW PtVE-ROOM STUOOO BONOALOW. 

two bedreoma, hat alf furn..r/. nne.. 
S i to to ii. bailt-la (sitSOOB Cln-e 



and street 



T.MVE-ROOM BUNGALOW, containing 
A entrance hall, alttlna-room with apaa 
flreplace, dinina-ream. kitehaa. Iwa Bad> 
rooms, full hssemani aarasA Otoaa to 

golf links, beach BBS MM ~ ~ 



route 



93000 



BAANIOR 

NINE-TENTHS OP AM ACRE, elearad. 
within 300 feet aCNadB. ftA/Uk 
Shoal Harbor, SMaey CUvy 



IP YOU RAVB MJSO TO 
ly. X aaa anaraatoa U 
saaam. Apply Box 



LOCAL- 

cei.i p»r 



IXMXTBD LIAETLITT 
^ flrat -fleer emeea. waB 



►ANY. IN 
jatm and 

sryod connection*, wishes erpaad Ita real 
estate and Insurance bnslneas. Opaa to 
negotiate with salesman on emnmlsei"" 
basis with vlaw to acquiring intaraal tote 
or would aaaalder amalgaoMttoa Wli:> 
Baa 0747. Ooloolst. 



R 



A TTPEWRITBR. ART MAKB. 
Speeial atadaatr rata. Phjaa aa. 0114. 

B.C. OTPICB EQUIPMENT OO. LTD, 
TM Port Street 



PDR RENTAL 
tt typewrttera from 
as at theaa »eelal rataa; one moath. 

n fnnr montha. 1 10 PUBS INSTRUCTION 

PI. MK -I 1 1 . ruse joor eftlelaacy by tak- 
ti a a.iyaniaga ot thU adMr. Me ahafaae 

f..r (lellyery. 

REMINOTON 1 I WB Bn ' M M. LTD. 

t 



HOOBB AT OM 
will accept 11,900 01 
aale. J. R McPhersoa. 
Drive, Vancouver, B.O. 



M era 
gardaa aad 



MODERN 4 ROOM Bt'NnAI/DW 
In fei' iT"- < I'.-ii flieplar-. I'n.'-lr t»i 

den: beautUuUy aituatad. 



ROUSK M' : I- 
hiah lecatUm, lovely 
PiMina IHIT. 

ni ii.r 
-II' « » I 
Phone S32»L. 



n*B TROB 

iAAB BAT- -CLOSE TO CAR AND BSAOfI 
Vf Plve-rr>om bungalow with open fire 
and sun porch: splendid aarden lot and 
•aiaae. Prlaa» PVRinSHED. ii >r>o 
ROBBIT 8. OAT A ftoN, Lmrnrji 
1134 Broad h'f-i 



Kiart OBTB TOO NOWHERE A ROMS 
>| the riaht price la an isTaatmaau 
VI' Ter a apeelai barralo-^Modern ffV*. 



TAILOBS 



A-l JERBAV COW. FBESU ONE WEEK 
D. R. 




•LV>B 3AIJ 
r milking 



39ai: Oak 



4>e amltoas. 



JFn"KY 

Hodaaa. 




I I "^metlMiasL 

Bldiier. 



OLD 



NO MA -TER WHAT AMOUNT OF MONET 

Yoi: iNvnrr you wiu. find an h a 
OAVIB. LTD. OBBD CAR WOMOBRPUL 
TALOa 

BUTCK Sedan A bean' ' 

in new condition F 
■t" ■ -ide lite carriers .n.' ' i.iim 
ti.i:k . t'overedhynewra. »,* .niae 

A, equipped 
. aa to fine 
aad aatered 



1 !••_"> 



'^^^^ '^^^^^'^ SEDAN — With 

tian: fiao-r 
BMny extras 

DODGE BROTHBRB TOUR' 
-L«''M> ^iMi re-Oaeead, aood 
quiet aa4 

1027 

aood 



e y I .. t 1 ng 

-i I 



4 ki-ii »»TAJ 
^ ' .lale. preae' 



this one 
OOAOH — Recently 



A 

riioBi 



I 

open Evealan 
K RUMPWUBS MOTORB. LTD. 



I (|.>|' NABH A Special 
I \ f^\t with glass en. 
eandttMa. (^empiately ee' 
hs BOB raiator taaraaiee. 



rnop PRicBB POB OOOO 
A. aaS veal aaNto^ P. " 



H\X H.MiM oNE-n>OOR 
aalow. Fairfield garage »i11 
leaaOi thto l« within easy wslk 

taaaa aad a nice t.ome pr.«a's.t.>n m 

W. J. Ollllland * Cn Ptinn. sr» 
(hmocm MUDBRN UV, EU.INtI, GAR 

UjOlO ataatoy Araaaa; raa* ItOAA 

^w; PMi MOBTB-pmi-nooM bun- 

W<6*i aalaw, toto been deenraiad gar 

ate In basement. cNwte in . -,i, ...i , , ^ 
aa aall as within waiklr.f .I. I . ,,, ,,,,» 
\, Mil Sumas Street, w. J. UUlilaad 



I 1 ■ \' > . 
&f ^ *aid. 



l.X>R 8ALB 
r one black 
Dallaa Bead 



<NE RED OOCSai BOB. 



I^XNI sals -IRISH W 

A ■ watoh. clem, laad 



n A. IMVIR, LTD. 
Ml 1 xustjin Buiak and Maraasite cars 

ojo a Ttaahs 
M Tataa BtraM «U tohataa Btreet 



rt 



n^t>"s. ^ and 
SIR I. V r.uir 
IBM SItiOKKAKFR 

n e n. LuM 
F) 1 'nah 
1097 PONT 1 AC r<>a'H 



AUBURN MfifoBA I. TO 
1314 Ooadra Btreat Pbaaa Btt7 

pu. r.h itof. Auburn. Cord Meter Cera 



Totnmao oar. 




BM| TCOAT 



PoatlOS Bl 
ditlaa. to 

eeuippad 

1930 Durant "4 ' De l ux* Coupe, six w. 
■I*, only run l.i 
miles 



BUBXraBS FDR 
nt owner retlrtna ow i ■ » ' 
ale k liens valuable atock. about I7,f>oo . 

' . ' 0 .'..1 Ivlni- tnarter. Tn fn, .ns • u n i,^ 

,. ■ . , , , ,, ii Di-.nUI 

ilAI'T'i WISHFH 1.1 I'J'KX! M>.VEKAL 
ili'.isand dollar.! • ni.»cii«t*' gnliig 
concern In V.ilnn* .Mu t yls-d irWi-.t 
Inveatiaatloa, Oltre fall particulars Box 
Celoalat 

-EU^BSTABLirWEI^ rinoCBBT BOSI- 

*. with living qiiart'ra at t aoho d : 

ga< s;a'ir,n and sub post office Ineladed. A 
son.1 1 ' i)« her,- far the small inveetment 
nf ii.s^n all of which U repreeeatad by 
stMk and r,si.ira% laalBfkS VMlMSbe 
Phone vino RoaaaSSS At BOOBOIb SU 
Union H.i i. 



l/' GUBR RIDtNO 

■ ^ hablta. Tom Piahar. Araada 



'OUR 



OWN MA' 

tha Tailor. UU 




woov 



V V nes* 



TfTTAWOB OR 



YY'KLL-LOCATSD APABTMBNT BOOBb 
eOlee ef 



4 I,r, RENT DRY LAND FIR MILLWOOD 

^ ' I. • I. never having been In 

water <.f iin,.l (rom Inland Island 

tnllla. all atiite labor, 15 rord Ph 1139 

FIR 
been la 

Bit/l. night 3079 



4 \i. Gt.ENFAtM.EB r>RYl>ND 
.. \ »o.w: I. f .ij» ! . (eed never b< 



jl^EST^URT OOBOWOOD. 



A. Vowlea 

NE 
.Bay 



^ONE DRY MILLWOOD, 



tS.7l CORD. 
lOOL 4101 



"VTIW STI'UUOO BlU^JALOW- 

1^ In toyyn (Ire ro.>!«is. oak "oor*. Dutch 
kitcl ' • '1 sink, ele ■ • fixtures, 
furnace, baacmeat, garage, insii loeatloa 



| jMIA%Caa^Swar 0 aralaal!%Twfcl.'^ 
I^O ^ MUBONABLB OPPBR RBPDSBD 



Apply Owaar. 0004X, 



AK BAY— NIOB 



rVOC RAT- 

VF hosi«e. CI 



tern. 



ROOOOD 

carar* riear title, tl,4M. 

p . fl',T« r-nlonlat 



1UMMER CAMP -CT/>«H; TO TOWN. FRI 

II 
A 



rate baaah: aamber nf larae shade 
trees: wandarfal vlaw; ssrase, ate 
real snap tor aaah. 0010. Apply Baa 



Vt M- 



s 

sarate high location 
alty ealuattop/iar 
Be aaenia. 



fHOOrmt.'-.r FUEI. WfJOD. PTTOWB 1171 
Vy_B -V • !. per lead, tl Ml; per card. 
M.n. stove wood, per load. 13.^0; per 
aaaiL M.TO. BadBaa. per load, is ar per 
aari. 04A0. Baaf* hark, per lead. 13.50: 
W IMOfeaa Brfi altor T » jB. 



-BOOM BUN' IAI - >«r AND 
tardea and orchard, cloae 



r • ■ v.- s I , .w cT 
aacnOce tMO lees 



< 1 



room bungalow, apleadldly built. i<lr« loea- 
tlon. Fairfield district, paved sueei oloae 
to 'sr line, school: roogns ATS large aad 
we: ..leed, paiyelled ' " - - _ 

III concrete 
aaraa*. ll.bOO. on tenaa, 
Hera'B another, and roaB Mw Oha Ib* 
I alee tort* rooma. aB aSilPMOS* 



torlar; 



Ire 

aloee 




OUT 

rnBiB ArrBAORVB boor 

J- BOBOAMiW. hiah paH Pawflatdi to 
aaaaaatlaaMly apleadto valaa. 

LARGE LIVmn mNINO-ROOM 30«,I6. 
apen flreplace h^ifTet, window aei.i, »>r1* 1.4 

eheery^kHchcn. tw^^olee badrijoaia, 




in 
tr 



Aaa Ml tu, town. 

feaytaa laisaa 



aso 



93150 

SiUb * OB. IffD. 




prtee. MJOO^ ar MB raat n> : « \\'Aim 
Bionth; taxes. MO. ■■■■■ Ommm. Bsui aaoL ' * • 
OoMUat. 



pOOSB m-aBVBH>IIO0SC PtlLLT MOO- 
' ern eeesl bsirveatow. fnB i e s— n t baae 



Fr > r« I -• nail 
n r .;.: S' 



-A RANOT man. TO f«to> 

I -. 'll-ballt aeveis .e im hneaa. 



l>«ryof an« wi.ed 
nothtrig 

frnni Haaaa waato 



•d en Mer7>e' '.ear to - 
id ter baa. i iTixJKf. 
ro« from a.!''.-.* a slafo 
raato aame .'•;•' :is T« 



f-T 



'A. An 



of r.'.ins niA 
laM«f-d II irlll 



the baalnees 

be reali»»i • " ■ *• • r* <i>a»lrablv 
aheap b'l «>-. ■ i x < i.an<l to 
BseaaOmant Aaency. Ltd. 933 Oore 



1 I'- 
ll^ . If 



towSaMTtoJae^haUt!- 'haBatt'wMaa^md ! ^ — ^ ^ ^ 
wtSnt'eM^' 



lot wttii all kin 
Oaraae. 

ua 



s: aeparate heih 

I wo roorrii nitalair. 
. . «>■ i, e^ 1/ ^. 

o( buiba 



Bf'YW A WWn rfycxyrto OOT^ 
Uaht a<i.-i Kaler, *we- 
•lectrle stawsb Uoo. gar>ca and 
uno eeah. batoars a* rent 
B'fTS faar-eoenned eettaaa. half 

"1 iKhl ari'* oa'ar W|7y, 
'Viyi cash, rml 
NtiYB fewrocaaed rnt(a«« aMi 

bath, iiabt aad tor *nd %.4fea 
l>3a ca*h. hatoBM ISa monOx. 




32 



TTir. DATT.Y Cni.ON'IST. \'K'TORIA. 1\ X\ SUNDaV, APRIL 6, 1930 




INSURANCE 

BSACM xwiva 



or 



■eod twdroon*. BAa** 

m»nt and hut »lr furnace. Four ovm l\tr- 
plBcot Kxi fill lit bathroom. Uraimril . > i. 
Iiuit. Paiiricd walls. EdsejiraUl floor*. 
Vrrr hsndaomo tAlerlor. 
rtam cardan. Low tasM. 



for 



TTIRT GOOD trmaujom or mx 

» rooms. Thrre ti-iti.Kinis l>rii» ji« 
room, dlniiv-KK'iM. k^tihfn aiul baiMuoii' 
Baa a m a ot. Puaplaca*. Ciaraaa. Lol M z 



IM 



liOt)»l» rutt BAUE 



I'm 



OOUBCB rOK SAJU£ 



I860 



009T unu 

"CtWII KOOMB. VBWI.T DBOORAICU 

J Two bi'driioiin. Iturr iilrr.- baUiroom. 
Qua.-trr ai ii- rxi riipiit .viii rUnnlcb taxaa; 
Sta-mila c>rCl«. imna ai u>ia tow friet. 



BXCiCmOMAU.Y WKLL-BUILT AMU 



W M.lLl 

iiUr^ III 



NtW « 1 VOOO 
/ JVt..NKlt. llAVfNU MKKN CAIJ,*:!) KAH T 
' ' .s Ai K I Kli Nf.w Mil. I 
bllii««lii» r.ill)' iiiiiilrlii III » 
■ fil on MUa.u.viiu Kosd, wUiu'. :,•>, 
'I'" ' .'> Iluiualow U wrll b / . ■. i.i.fu 
DrepUcc In livlo«-room and lull iiiir«- 
Ptaca teUuoom. Outcli kitchen, crmrnt 
baaement. aaratr. ritra Uritc Im An adili 
liiitial U-i a.l'.iiii'nii .11: h." l.«cl <,.! i J, 
i-«lt« I'l'c-, i,t ijiid .a>i, „ ,,1 ij- 
mouth. lUla Its A ltUM£ YOU WUX 



i,TB wnr Mm Mtf Maks »a« vllh • 

baautlful aniiraamant of oak traas. 



OAK BAY KEA V1P:W 
XnaVh WATXKPKUNT HtCaiUtUtf. 



tMWjmi— JUL 81 

WW panorainir vli»i 



SmiATIOIf. tinrlTalccl 

panoramir vli»w. \r\ a hrcluded tiiot. 
■ tanilliitf In iippn. > . ii; ;i( >■! y ime acre 
of KaiU'-n anil a^vlftrll Iruit tr»*^ft 
Stucro home of cuht rooms, with 
(laaaeil In aun porch orcclixjRlnii thr 
aaa. Llvlnv -rnom and dlutnK-room 
both have open nn-ilaca. Upatalri 
there *r<- (nur bilm t uiry bcdrnoina. 
L*rce bak< iiiri;t uiMi iii-w I.. I air 
furnace iiainie I i.n w ii.> .1! ihia 
properlT l-^ In spli i.il .l ..i.-; tl.m. 
tOi;«liH» rrdn 111 alril an l iialipl' il 

ro THoeit ux>iuNo i^jb a wa ih; 

rRONT HOMB AT A RKABONABLE rui t 
WB aaOCUOIXND an UtlUOlAl^ Iti 
BPBCTIQH, 



WB HAVB AN rxTENSIVP: I.ISTIHO OW 
tJlHUE AN1> M.MM.I. H'lMKM ^'OR KALB 
MiO tiHAU, UK lM.)A.-^i!l TO SHOW 
l"RO««'h.( nVK I'l KtllABUta OUR OF- 



It BBOWB * 



LTD. 



lABBARBY-ROBB BSST BUTS 



OAK n A Y r: i-of 

$15,000 

1I\ ROOMS, atuewi U««ii«-roem. tfbilnt- 
room and den have Jlrfpl«re«. large 
recepUun kitchen, 3 bathrooma. 6 bed- 

rooma; hot-watar haatliw: double taraae; 



WAnBVBONT 



1124 



IDBALLT situated on a moat attracttva 
waterfroni lot. with view of tha OlrMi- 
pica — An ultra-modern bunaalow of tlx 
rooM. with beautiful sunroom. A few o( 
Ita featurai are: Hardwood tloorc, pUtta- 
ili^fi windows, pedestal basin, buUt-ln 
ittii, mirrored walls, full panel plate mir- 
rors In ^Mrh hrdroom. hot-water heatlnc, 
>> ■ ■ : , lawns and rose arbor. 



I rors In aarh hrdroom. hot 
II mtltKUMt 01, >> . ■ lawns 

J I WATCH dim ^ 



WATCH dim AOB 

*- oo« vn. 



OiMC BAT— 
jrw frruoco BDNQALOV 
luoiij^ open flreplaoa tm _ 
built-in buffet In dlntns-rooia. 
n iiok klMMB. two bedrooms. kMHiiBt 
and foraiM. Oloaa aa* and UMUportatlMi. 



$5500 



i'hI( f:j> itrixiw < 



/ VWNKK .•)A(.aiKlCEa 'lOKiTtC l K 

^ f HAi.K of iiivaU atraB-roMaA f>rni' 



bunsalow uii tlirra-^uartera acre of (round 
Ulsh luratlun. low laxe.i Oak tlofiri. lUrd 
batti. all fUlini's of ihr ht—i y.r- looms 
down itnd two up^t.iu^ ll:;;.,l.^ uii;l 
electi 'Hi rinturr^ u.. j-..;, *! i; r ;)i tu* 
flsuM- lliK lioMi': WA:, ir 11 I : \;->r 
YSAK A.NI' WK N.)W WKKEU Al l.fcsn 
THAB Co.M u.M '1 I'nict:. 

BOBBVBAR * OOBDOM 



rv baai 

.lira cf^riipri.**** han>laonir diawlTU'" 
iou:i, «Ml mom. bolh a'.ni lilnl 

Hi filial *■ su.ilovin. wcii- PIupoi tloiird br»l 
rooms, kltohan with evcrr modern lou 
ventence, and nice entrance hall Exi r-t. 
tlonally aril laid hardwood flot'r% 1 lir 
houw 1,^ a I I II ul« I N iKrriful oor. of 
hiui f n ealrrLuf, and aith provL-sioii lor two 
iiioir tiedroMBa U raqulrad. The uxif a of 
■ftiir lus alata. There la a acHKi furnace 
and the taraco Is separate. The lot la a 
larce one. This property Is not the ordi- 
nary stucco bunaalow and will appeal only 
to It d isr run iiiatinic boytr who apL'reclatr» 
sood HOI k.uian.slilp and Hfst < Id 1.1 iii^truala 
and where the repair bill la likely to oe 

Wa ha»e no 
it as vary aood 
Vttm^ly 



BfUTT St KKH LIMJTBU 




ln.%ui ani e 
A* ante 



Itl 



OAK BAY BPECIAtJS 

lyELL-APPOINTKD e-R. n MM. HOUSE. 
<V 19 flrst-alMS tflaUlct. au 



loOIHI 



OAK BAY 

RmOLUDSD loMtlo»— Seml-buncalow, Just 
like new, eontalnlns. downstalri. 

double Uvlns and dlnlns-rooni mun flr<- 
lua <i,ik rtoora. two bedrooo.^. m.''. 
bathroom; i badtooma upatalra, cemenie>i 

fVMMi SUM*; ssrt Mm l»t. 
trait taM» cU. 



bnvtai Mid ctaaMM, wtth 

In features. larM 

f in f.io I i i"r it 

<>*,..: . it.-,h MB VtB MU st*>s>nn 

al a barsala ^IVJ~UU 



rooms 
rous bull!' 
lac*, guoil 
and It H 1 i«wr 



rtturCKTT WANTED 



U'AlfTBO. BT VnrrOR TO OITT 
daalrlns to settle here Hultabla 
tell to twenty nve ai rea, va*(ur« and 
woodland. *»if i Iiomasp vulh sandy 
birarh i rclriri-d Would llkp to Icaiw 
lor a tkliiiit tlinr with oi'Uon to pur 
chase Muat hare aood house, with 
not loaa «bui Utrat bedrooms, with 
reasonable conTenianeai. furnished or 
iiiir'il:i>-.)]rd Must IM WtChln hall hmii 
aniii iidr of Illy AB MPllr-i sIluMy 

voondeaual. Ownan aaly. Mo aaeuu 

Ml fin. omsbm. 



w 



near ▼letocte. «ttb m 

denre. on maUl 
eirctllr llaht aSI 
«731. ( olunlat 

KS At KKAOE FOR 8 ALE 



Bill 
real . 
ftcrr, 

Box 



(HdlCE AcrtKAr.F rl,OHE IN 



■<U£Vi^ ACHisja or utAuriFui. i^ni>, 



DO rook or swamp, land la Iq srau. 
with • few ahada trees; situate <fa mam 
mil thiao milaa out. Prlca, t4uo 



-^a. close t* 
marine view. 
dlninc-rooiBt 4 
Ml M. 
Ob tafM .... 



aeml-bun«aliia. 

.M hool fii,,. 

■gt'Vatav h<-«<:iiK. b.'aiii.u] 
MB BnBlM«> sieaptna porch. 

$3500 

<Open to lower all-caah flffor.) 



$3500 



BTT'i I .) j.i'N, .ALOW 

5 ROOMS, iiiiludii..! iJouble Itvlnc and 
dlnlac-room, open nreplacei Dutch 
kltehan; S bedrooms. 3-plece bathroom; 
kMa«Mnt! I wcU-cuJUvatcd lots, all tmotA: 
•Mil crMBhouaa. 

OFnm WAMTBD 
BUBURBAB BUWOALOW 
ABOOT Vk AORB OAROBN 

VBRT waU built modern 6-roora home, 
on paved hichwar, about 1 mllea out. 
conta!nin.s entrance haU to all rooms, Uv- 
lus and dlnlna- rooms, open fireplace. 3 
aood bedrooms, nice bathroom, complete. 
Dutch kltehan; full cement basement, fur- 
Mea. laoadvf tabi. VarlalF of fnilt traes. 
Small baiB n* 
nacad. 



rAXRraLD 

MODERN buacalow: lood location; lana 
llTUig-room. opaa flraplaoo; S 
roon$| Dutah kllchtii; full 
■Mat. fumaea, temtfrr 



ilOOMMMT 



•S 



IJ03 



8 



WXLXt MWOSMHOU 

If ANOovm noraxTT 

-ROOM aami-bun«alo«, In hlch part of 
Orandvlew district. This residence la 
In excellent coodltlon, oak floors in main 
rooms, recently teowated throutbout. ta- 
raca in baanMOt. Wilt exchance for rev- 
property In Victoria. 

OAK HAY 

MnK nf 

rooms and sunroom; hardwood floors 
In main roonui fall ea usl baaamant: 
heattna to aott pwrehaaer. Tarau. ttiMB 

rtown. balance arranied 

~ ItrXJM seml-buhKalow. close to St. 
l) David Street, standing on 
twalota. Price 

2614 AS'Snr & $2500 

n n DALBT »t CO , LTD 
•34 View Street Oppoalta Spencer's 

11M 



A Hf Al, FiAROAIN 

«>-wk/viv ON rums—FOR this kx- 
•lN)tnf\f ceptlonally fine home of elaht 
rooms, within walking distance of business 
district, with all local Improvements paid, 
we consider one of the beat buys In the 
city; larae hall, large Uvlna-room with 
fireplace and sliding doors to extra bflaht 
dining-room, large breakfast room: kltehan 
and pantry, laundry-room: four very fine 
i>edrooma with large closets threa-pieea 
bath; full cement baaamant, furnaca. aar- 
aae. All it naada U dagaratlBS to »«rtta 
14,000. and cheap at ttet. 

w. J. onxiLAlh} * CO 
IMS Oooalaa 8U Pbona IMS 



^> 8 



$i;{.r)()o 

BUTS UPLANDS RS8IDENCB 

An exoeptionaUy attractive home of eight 
rooms, two bathrooms anS aaraaat In a 
woadartttUy beautiful aattttt of traaa 
lawns, oaki and flowera. 

A VBRT EZOUJ8TVB HOME 
At ao'fioderata a price makea 

ouTsrrANDiNa bargain 

Por arransamaat to vtaw sea 
HIRST BBAUrr ■■null 
110 Wur% Straat Flma im 



mt., arr bhelbournb st. 



BUNGALOWS 



' $1500 

OBt I fooau, eaaaant basement, 3 lots, all 
In fruit and garden. 
Botfa alaaa aad in tootf ahapa. 



». 9. OKMIAU 



4MSL 



$2100 



win to Bo. I17t Oaatra Itoad. taro blocks 
B al BUah BahMl. Donbia haugaTflva 
S-»laei batu. 



nortb 



9. r. WOBAIC 



11.500 XMOt HIU^S rooma. \ ai re 
11,600 JAMES BAY 4 room ., Karaite 
t3.000 SOUTH TUB AVBNUE - 4 rooms, 
modern. 

13.100 SAANTCTI—Modern 6-room bungalow. 
13.400 OAKL.ANl)S Specially good • rooms. 
tijbon oAJ< QA Modern. B rooms, garage 
MMO KAiHKiiLi.n Very nloa B rooMa, 
ttJM HtoH iTi '--irnnn Madaiii. Mi 

rrKiins. snrnite 
H.400 Kt'HNlPiiFl>. s rooms. r»rnwood, 

FtiHNlsilKT). 8 rooms, garaae, snap. 
>l.4M FUKNISHIU, ft rooma, real home. 
rpBBRE ARB MABT OTRBR GOOD BUYS 
0(1 our list: also aeraaca, lots. Summer 
■ottaaea, eamp altea. waterfrontsge. etc. 
' nma in and diarii'.« your needs with ui. 
You^lite our 1 oiirteous service. Bee Rob- 
art Mbrton or C'vrii.s M Bowes. 

KOYAL REALTY COMPANT 
MO - 



OLOBB TO BEACH AND CAB 

nmiM bungalow large Ilvlng-room with 
Ultra, iiv» hullt-ln features; pass p«n- 
11 y to kiirlii-n. gas connected: two bed- 
riHims tlarae dre».<iiig-r<>om would make a 
third); cement basein nl. furnace and ga- 
raa* Oarrten has lawns, fruit treea and 
flowers We coiukjar this a df'>>><Uk 
»er» good buy •^•••>(ni 

7 •BOOM BOUSE. clo«e to 
•ant and clean as a neu , .iiii 
tm, Vriaa. an tanna... •MuiH) 
B, DAT B BON, LIMITED 
am Broad Btnat 



$3250 



OAJC aAT~SrmiMl na* atneeo bunaalnw of 
flTO roasna. with Opon flrerlai r remrnt 
baaement. and other mrKlrrn inK\\\xr' 
Bitunled i-loae to street < ar. hu' and beach 
aa4 eomaianda LrjVRi.Y SKA VIBWS. 

$4000 

ptOMPORTABLB ala-roomed bungaloBa 
yj standing In highly Improved aarSen 
lot In tha Pernwnnd rtlatrlat. fWl aameni 
■ s lament, flreplacs and MIMB Ottacts 
uata a( fmtt. Oaraae. 



$550 



ARBAL BNAP-Utaly haaaaalu la oak 
BAT. aoatb ar Uta Afanva. Oam- 
mands flna atow a< aaa aai aamnAins 
district Hltfl OlSaBMiB. SM BMy Iraed 
with oaka. 

AUFRBD OAlliaomAab * 00.. LTD. 
mo Brans Straat Pfaooe mm 



^ Boy* all modem, oa taod tot and 

•traat: on terms. 11 MO. Pa«r-raaa* atneeo. 
Oak Bay. large lot. it.SOO l^anr-raom. 
Marteold. basemen u two lots: on Unas. 
tIJM. l^r-raam collage, elosr In. an 
rood «»re»t. fertna. IIJSO Five room. Oek- 
• duirlel, all modern, 1: JOO 
T. B. MONK A CO 
U Vlaw Bt. 11. 



$1800 



VTTTLL BUT PIVB-ROOM ROUBB. la 
tV amallant ' condition, eaaaant baaa- 
mant and mo4am batb. O«od tot aaS 
alaaa to BMi BaboaL 



(TI Y Ql 

114 Vlaw SUaet 



OE 



PtMna an 



SPECIAIB 

I3,BW buys seven rooma, five down, and 
three-piece bathroom, two OPS aaw 
furnace, basement; garage. 

tl.SOO Fli ir rooms, lully modern, base- 

II , 

113,000 buys a new stucco waterfront home. 
ta400 b«7< lavaly flya-roa«b fHUy BMSara. 

HlUslde district. 

ia.no hnvi wonderful six-room modern 

h,)iiie, 

tl>300— 1600 eaab. balance as rent, buys 
tour-taemad n ii ra Baaa Is Batst- 

■Mlt. 

Wl HAVB BOMB WONDBRPUL BUYS 
In Eaqutmalt reverted lota; also two 
nice four-roomed honi<-- f ,! ; ni.^hed, at 
Cordova Bay. t8S0 Bi >: new If 

you want a pluce at H,' 1 or Deep 

Cove, or BaHiiuh faim liiml. ^ec us. 

W. O. WAULACE * J. W. ARCHCR 

ITM 



•J 7KA — BONOALOW HOMB. aavan 
I * 'xl rooms, four badrooma. with 

wonderful view of straits and mountains: 
on one and two-fifths acres rich loam, all 
" ■ o lid fruit trees snd amall 

' lore buyiDs 

!lkliUUI i A luXJM BUNGALOW, sltu- 
•irlAfW\f ale close to city limits snd 
within a short walk of carllne. 011 good 

cement foundation, splendid garage, taxes 

only I ! I II!,! f Hii he had on eaty terms. 

d»0,'tli— FIVE-ROOM BUNOALOW, with- 

«lP*7«JU tn un minutaa walk of City Hall, 
on lot Ml IM feat. Thla bouaa aaada 
aartala rapaiia vktoh a bandy maa mb 
Ba. Bhlih bmM iraatif BMiMM «ia Toto^ 

B, UAn 
at Tataa Streat Phona 074 



MBHAflBY ROK S BEST BUTB 



\ BE V F.N ROOM STUCCO BUNOALOW. 
hardwood llnors, extra large living- 
room, open nreplace; attractive gunroom, 
three bedrooms, breakfast nook; lull ce- 
ment baaamant. hot-air furnace. Double 
aaraaa. Two large lots, tennia court 
la most select, part ol palrOeld. 
IMOO ' rale. 



FOUR - ROOM MODERN BUNOALOW. 
three-piece bathroom, large lot. all 
In garden: high locnii'm. two minutes to 
alraat oar; Saaalch Uxea, low payment 
Sawa. balaaea aaaatthly. 

aaaumsT. mob * oo.. bm 



OWN YOUR OWN 
HEALTHATORIUM 

Burorr BotmnotM blopb 



TTmx - built, modbrn sbmi - 
vV BONOAIOW, Balaony prarMaa 
»»aw avar attva 



ON TERMS 



ONl,Y 



$:U)00 



ROYAL REALTY COMPANY 

UO Pambarton BIda. Tel 54sb 



A PEW PICK UPS 

POUR-ROOM BUNOALOW, 

c^- xr^rtaaterad, bath and tallat Mica 
tola aaBsan house. Taxes %t. 

^ fMtn ~ THREE-ROOM BUNOALOW, 
WM,\J\f\i bath and to|iet. aaaaant baaa* 

ment ronne. ted with acwer. 

Sti '»o«M8. eloaa la. 
^ I'l"''""!- f i' mbtng cloaa 

to Ct-rP.tlan .SVlema Chui , 

^9i^7K-<ioBaB NEW >rrtTooo. faw 

SSP--— J*— W'b i"">':on. aiaM to 
watar am noa, Balldar need* money. 

:>RRWB aSALTT 

140& lious;*,. .street PhoiM 37M 



VI-SO ftvr riHiinrd modem bungalow with 
i>:: ,1,1 iiintments; loiu: ami 

I , :> 1 .-.uparalv, kUchen and panlo lep 

baaHMBl. taiaaoa. Oaraan. (io<Ki 
loi », : : h pfawy atBaauBMl ^*.^*>ri(l 

All or the foregoins Of* loaotil MMtfe ol 

Oak Bay Avenue. 

NORTH VICTORIA 

IjlIVB ailautaa from Quadra bus. Fully 
-a- madem and exceptionally attractive 
atnoco bungalow: two badrooms. iivinu 
room, sunroom, kltchen-dinlna-room; hand- 
some bsthroom flxtures: open f^rr; lure. 
PYench doors. Large lot, ornainT, r ,,.,ks. 
Price tl.OOO ana aganma amaU mortsaca, 
Taraa ' 



B. 8. WOOOWABO 



lIMaaaaBM. 



mo aa< nu 



WONDERPUL BUYS 

!!• Sri.SS'"*"/n »l'»-roomad buns. 
Om»J?S?^- 1"° "mant baaame.t 

, IM . '^ur-rooraai 

mr ■Mia and Fnohinie Ustf^s Wanted 



S*>'{<U» ABOUT THE PRETTIKET 

^OU!/ lour-room bunaalow la Vic- 
toria. The rooms are not large but are 
nicely arranged, with every modern con- 
venience and in pfrleci '■oikIi' 1 ,11, with 
full basement, and garage to match hou^e. 
Tha grounds are 60 x isa, extra well fenced, 
with good garden and flowera An Ideal 
home for two people. On bus Une. Low 
{n%r\ A bargain. 

!iL*^^(W| — ''■^ prvE-ROOM STUCCO 

^MKJKJ BUNOALOW, Ittgt off North 
Quadra, with quarter acre grounds, lu 
good locality. Rouse has every modern 
convenience and with low taxes and cloaa 
to acboola and boa, it U a very desirable 
homa. 

W. #. OSXILAHD * 00. 
iNO n oo sto s Btraat 



CJEA VIEW — THRBB-ROOlOtD BUNQA- 
r. u.'"* hot waUr. aas and 

lights, exceptionally elaan and everything 

fumlahed 1843 Oraaeant Road. 



7» WANTED TO BUT— HOUSES 

HAVB TOV A HOUBB TOU WItiH 
rent ar *M»arto to aaUr u ao, 



It with 
Toll Hat 
Lllliltcil 



It) 

Uat 



WANTED — POOR OR PfVB-ROOMTO 
bungalow; must be i ' 

Pbona 1330. 

M PROPKRTT FOB lALS 

T>BAUT1PUL WATERPRONT— BRADLEY 
Dyne Subdivlalon— 100 ft frontaae. 
sandy beach, nicely treed, nmcri'l ■ t 
views The choicest lot available nn ti.-.,,, 
tiful Sasnlch Inlet. Snap price, ijiki , .1 sh, 
tl.OOO terms. 

T. P. McCONNELL 



Pemberlon Bldg. 



BUILDINO BITF.8. ORrilARDWAY OFF 
Csmio.^e crrsi-i-iit t.,,.,, I'hnne SaaOYl, 

BEACH DRIVE KE8IUBNTIAL OIBTmOr 
—Two lots, 11,00 
Box SStl, Colonist. 



/^^ORDOVA BAY— LOT ON QOBOOX. OTP 
Walema Avenua: amall 'aaah MnaaoU 
baiaaaa aaay tanaa. aas tm. ' 



IKVB8TMBNT PROPBRTT— ON NORTH 
Quadra— irfirge double houaa. fully 
■Mdatb, with store, outbuildings, etc., all 
to toad condition. About four acres land. 
Owaar artll make large aaerlflea. Por par- 
^Mdm^rma. at«., aaa Bobart Maaateol 



LOTS POR SALB— 
Oonsales Hill. Sylvan 
100 X 118 feel 
Price » 1.1 no ca.-vli 
Two lots. South HampKhlre Road. Oak Bay 
One 56 and SO x 113 feet 
MOO oaab takea both 
P. P. ZNORAM 

13M 



IAKE HILL — CHOICE LOT. 50 X 200, 
runs from Quadra throuah to oUed 
road In raar: pvlaa. IMO aaaB. A»Mr 
Ownar, B« OTM. (Moalat. 



rym-HALP aorb oardbt lots, on 

yj mlla circle, from IIM: aood district: 
ready to plant. Apply Oimar, Bos MOO, 

Colonist. 



un POR BAUi 

OAK BAY FALKLAND ROAO. ...aa,- 
lent building lot for sale, II Bill. 
Sewar and water Taxes 130, 



$G00 



Pboaa M«l 



* CO.. LTD. 
IM PamkartOB BMs. 



BAT ton 

Two WlBX-BITUATBD LOTB-Hlcb and 
dry, MxaiO anabi alaaa to aaa and 
poatofiice: t4«o aaah ar MOO tba two 

very easy terms. BM BM Bt 

won t laat lona. 



OAK BAT BUXLOIMO LOTS 

\Y»E HAVB A OROtTP OP VERY OOOD 
• V lo;.\. clear and level, situated on one 
Of the beat streets in Oak Bay, aotttta of 
tba Ataaaa^ 



Very low prlca. 



UM 



J. A. W 



* OCX. 



tni. 

rhooa 14M I 



BVBBITHIBO noOLUDBD VH BALI 

-'-ACRK pntTiTRY AND SMALL PRUTT 

VKHKi. wiiiiin 4-mila eirctot tuUy 
atocked and equipped as a goint eoB a ar n . 

INOLupn^ara IM pure-brad laying 



birda, IkaJQal m. 



furamnfB 



«r Offer 
RaelnaKra Asaato 

omvnr. iaia * oo,. un>. 



m 



PBOBPBCT LAKB 
iBkatraot ftasai t p 

3 -ROOMED HOrsr.. FRUTT TV^v 
ebtckrn run. good lieach. boatiio , 
e«naat Oahlna and aarimmloa. Suitable aa 

;'{~ wni 




$13021^ 



BUYS A LOT 



,-»OR SALE— ABOUT ONF ANI> tlNK 
half acres on Bhawniaan I>ake, near 



:i:>-mlle post. Box 0710. Colonist. 



/\R< ACaOL SB aa at ba m alopa. 
yj Bay. 11.000 takaa thla. 



OadboTo 



aa Mlea la goad far a abort 
ifiaa < ' 



oBhr. 



BtKIO 



tm ABOUT BIX 
aaatnaataaa. bouaa 



ACRES, 

with wtda aaafitoataaa. bouaa contain- 
ing stttina-room. kltohan. pantry, two 
bedrooms, batbroaaa. varaada. Splendid 
waur gasBiy. BSBallaBt saiBan. boathouae, 

aback; 

Pylaa . . . . . ^* * \y it * *y j, O 1b' 



.$1750 

Aaaat 



ii.TM-jfOBm «AAim»-ot.iao 

rpwo and a half aaraa a( coad land, bum 
-a. able for loaaabarrlea. etc., on main 
road. Small new cottage with llvlna t >oin 
kltehan. Iiadiniwii bathroom, garage and 
— ■ - uabt and Oaa^aay s 



One 



SPARLIHO 



WAXaiPRONT 7\ 

$1U0U 

. > I 1 1 I KET of waterfront, vaym aalt 

4^ Vy' \*.iier bathing, southern exposure, 
gentle .slope t i walrr. par'ly ire*d Hard- 
surfareri roxii I' c !• light, phone aiifl 
city vmtfi circle. 

This Is a Heal Opportunity. 
MBHARXr. ROB * OO,. LTD. 

SM MM at. Oar. Wnmt at. Bkoaa noa 



$1100 



OH TBKMa — OBOICB 4% 
aaraa. mora ar lass; high 

srraad: one bleak off Marth Quadra; 
elaarod with asoaptlatt aena natural oaks; 
this la an ideal bomaalto or chicken ranch 
W. 3. OlUlland * Co., 1303 Ooualaa fit 



5ACBBS — ON PIVB-MILB CIRCLE. 
Blenklnsop Road, city water; excellent 

view near Cordova Bay: snap at (300 
per acre, terms Phone 68dOYl 



IK ^«?fff . LAlfOPORD. AIJ. CLEARED 
. and fenced, with new. partly completed 
dwellii;,; i-'o'e fo F'ori^O'Ce l.ik"; price 
$l.-,o : ti Mi l't;, ! .on. phone ISM. 



10 



ACRES, SITUATED NEAR GOOD 
t indy beach, ligh location, over- 
l,iokir>i[ sra: aome fine timber. Price, II.3U0 

J. N. HOLLAND, 308 PEMBERTON BLK 



SS ACREAGE FOR RENT 

T^^OR RENT OR LEASE. WITH OPTION 
of imrchase J'l . acres, partly cleared. 
3 acres In hay. latse barn; 6-room house, 

HlBbway. Baritoalara, Baa OTsa 



mMBLAMD PARM 

ABOUT M ACRBB IB PIBLINL ALSO U 
acres more or leas open paatura with 

some fine bottom land Oood buildings 
and never-falling water supply, house has 
modern bathroom, open fireplace, aleaplng- 
paaata. BaaBy waadartal vBtao at 90.S00 

T( 



ALSO 10 AORBB, ABOUT B CLBARED: 
4-iaaaMd bonaalow aad barn. Price 
n.100. woaid aaaaMar bsosalo* in 
VlctOTta to osMaasa. 

JOBBPH C. BRioaiiAir 
004 Bronahton Bt aatabllibad 1858 

Albert Burdod. Raal Rrtato Department 



TTUUtM 

-T twenty. 

way. near 
Box 677J. C( 



BALB OR RENT, ABOUT 
Just off Island Hlgh- 
ouse and large barn. 



I.'^OR EXCHANOB OR SALE. REOUOBD 
prlca. farm, U acres, at- Royal Oak. 
Apply Parkinson. C^bla Hill. 



MAIL BRUIT PARM 

At a Bamto 

t.n ACRBB AT ROYAL OAK 

(Plftaaa Minutes by Motor) 
IB blab state of ettlUtaMOBa 

100 TREES 
Tn full bearing, varieties Include King, 
Oraventteln, Ben Davla. Bellflower. Besides 
tbara ara plu■H^ abarvtoa aad ant trees: 
Ma«k and rad aarraata and raaitberrtes. 

ONB AOnS ZB LOOANB' 
POUR-ROOMBD BUNUAi..,.v 
Bathroom, pantry aad acuUery. Electric 
Itaht. city water and Mtone. Laree barn. 

w to NbaoL aharab. paataftlea. 
ICaalatoalRall Ond atara. 

Re. I nlf 

$i:>o() 

Terms Arranged 

aad taap the benaAl af 1Mb faar's 

crop 

IM aa explain tha nasOB lor this 
sacrlflee. 

8WLKBBTON A MUSORAVB, LTD. 

•40 Fort HIreet 

tJMALL PARMINO PROPERTY AT LADY- 

amlth, Vancouver laland, seven acres, 
overlooking beautiful Oyster Bay: good 
hmiae, fully modem, and buUdinaa. In> 
eluding chicken coops for OMi trult treoa. 
Ideal climate. Oash Of Mrma, •4.0M. Write 
Mrs. s Hardy. P.O. Box I40k Ladyamlth. 
BC 

^QA^pe — OORDON HBAO FARM, 
1 0 nearly four acres, sweet cot- 
tage: leyal aromd. o utbuUdinaa. Ring 1330. 

8 ACRBB AND~PIVE-RO<MC BUNOALOW, 
barn and chicken hnuae. on three- 
mlla circle, four acres In garden, batanea 
park-Uke and well treed: city water: elec- 
tric Uabt; en paved road; blah, with baau' 
tiful vlaw. In good residential district, 
price for quick aale. 12. .^00 (improvemente 
worth more than ttiU prlcei Taxes 145. 

Api.!/ lo ,iii;-r P. > f"/}') f'olonlst. 



t AKMS H)K UfcNT 



i ACRBB. Um>BR CDLTTVATION. ROTAL 

1 Oak: four-roomed cottace. baaement. 
1 ' and toilet, barn, poultry t.oujie and 
garage, rent, tM per month. R. Orubb 
lUO 



10 



ACRBB: nNDnt OOmVATION: 
»>4 In loasna and otbar ftBNO. Bauae, 



X B. 




TBBASVBB HLAMB 

Ntealy timbered, pletnraaana island of 
twenty acrea. Black aoil and out 
ciupplnas of aaali aa n dat on a forma 

idid 




JUST LISTED 

Nice Lot, fenced, good sarase . t 

Kioaaaaa Laka, Mbm laaaig. part 

furalabad 0 

oirn Laka. M s BM: waterfront. • 
• iirn Lake, famiabed Summer 

lionie ot>e acre, waterfront tl 
I'ortawe Ii::et, niodrio bii..<a..,* 
four iiMiiiis (iprn r:M f' ree- 
plrce bathroom. wat.rF[,o..! 



173 



OAK BAY M-K lAL 

UunirdloA. Aix roonin 1 ot water 
ratllalola In e^rr. lo. ,11; mod- 
el n 1*,, lo(.^. all It, , tra wrll- 
kepi aaideii with uveihead irrl- 

aattoo. Wbaa wa aay 
w« aaaaa tt 

prtaa ...,.«,, 
Haea Wa Oet Tour Tngnraaaa aad 

IJstlnss? 

ARTNIR L HAYNES, LTD. 

File and Aolo Iii'.urnnie. t'ollecUongt 

I OH 1 . 

Tii tUKI MIltKkT 



.. tiVi Bia n tnra nMB 



GO 



OP 



■Waterfronti 
'Properties' 



If*"****** AT rt l.rOBU> RAI 
BWABTE MAV KOn KAI.T 

NAAMC H rKBJtY 

Sealed tenders, endorsed "Tender for 
i.andlaaa BaB Sprtra Saanlrb Parry," wtu 
! be raealvad by tho MlnUter nt Public 

Work.s up to 13 o ( t(K.|| noon of Tuesday. 
I the filttento ii:ui,> day ol April. 193U. and 
I opened in public at 3.30 p ui on the same 
I day 

I PUus. spectfleatlaoa, ate., may be ob 
I tainad at tba PaMto Warka Oftiaa. Ooun 
' Honaa. Vaneawver, ar from tha aader 

' aianed, on pavtiient of a deposit of ten 'Kv 
I doil«r>. uM, r. be irf:itulert o,; 11. e le 

till II ol i:,r plan.\, etc , In good condtllun 

Kai h u nder muat be aocompanlad by an 
accepted bank eheaua Bsada payable lu 
tiia MlBlatM a< PaWtoWorks for the sum 
of ana tbaaSMMl (LOW) doUara for each 
lanning tendarad «a, Vhlah shall be for- 
leHid If tha party towdarlng decllnea to 
enter Into contract when railed upon to 
df> .■,<» 

The cheque or chequaa of the succeaalul 

tenderer win ba ratatnad aa ittarlty for 

the duo and faithful performanna of the 

work until the satisfactory completion ,)f 
the c on 1 1 H , t 

iviiiien 11, uM t,r loii.ir out ou the forma 
.Mioi>::r.i noil >:.i.r.i um ostaal oIb- 

iialuie of the itnaercr. 

Tba lawaM ar aar taadto vtll aot 
ka aaaavtad. 

P. pnup. 
Ohlaf aasteeri 

«< MHto Waika, PailtaMtt 
~ ».o« Asm «, uMi 



CANADIAN VESSEL 
HELPS SEAPLANE 



Klttil 111 (x- iif b'.m: lull. (■ NfAl niuin- 
lUK' " :milii;Taiii imi.r lintu PiU* 
Yulicry at beiiuuda Mtylog UlBt tKt 
plana had anivod 



6a. Ladgr 




Tanw BBck !• 
af Mr Uvte 



Now 1 5 the Titna to Acquire 
Good PiBca alaWaiarffraatoiie 

I I 

Cordova Hay ■ 
VO-Foot front ier- darage an I ■ 

OtCpO to lir.ii'l^ i'l rr 9ftOO| 

Ten-MUe Point 
I Several Bood lots. Each. 9SSO| 

IShaW^lKBB La k r I 
12 Acres. Price— .___fl,:ioo I 
I 4.26 Acres. Price MvOOO . 

■ Great Central I. .ike ' 

I One IaIbiuL 17 seres f l,»oo I 

" Two Isba^ 4 «ct«s^ftfOOO ' 

I. I 



NOTICE 



AppUcatlana vIB ba raoalvad by the 

undersliined UP to noon, April 14, 1030, for 
the loK^ttion of Prim Ipal imale) Of the 

• mk H»v Hliih S<-l,ool t^tate experience 
itii'l 'pi„ if :, .1 1 ' irin Ni, fit Mivslng. Duties 
lo commence m .s,'i lenihi r next. 
OK K< llixn. TR1 
OAK. BAT 

a. V. 



HALIFAX, AprU B.— How a ship at 
turned In her wake and at full 

speed went k ovi l ht-i , ,u^^•' I 

the asslstkiiuc u( a. .M-ii|iiiuif winih 

had bt-rii f,iii;«*i1 <l<,Aii hy ilaikin.vs 
.sixty iir,li-,-> ninth i ' HiTir.uilu v^i, ' 
liilil loilay uliiii tl;i' I, a..!', ;«iiiifi' 
uiiivt'd In ix.it iMiiii tilt VViv.t 
llnlles. 

VUe \j».(\y Sunteis. Captain Arnilt, 
Uie iiia^tci . said, sailed frtNxi Ber- 
muda Bl ft o'Gloek OO TuosdBjr sft- 
sraeoi Mr BBtttez. Lafes that BTe- 
alag tha ship reeslted a wtraleao 
mesoage ftoan Bennvda telltng her 
that the little seaplane, 0:1 uhnt 
i was hitpnded to be a nonstop !liKht 
from Nf A Yuik 1,. H. : 11,11 l.i h:ui 

IXVIl tuncil tlllV.ll Hi till OJlfll .Sftl 

ahdijt ^si.vty iiiiIp.s nin th of t Uf i.s 
land.s. and lAa.s 111 utkint ii'o,! < •' 
a.'sslstalioc ('Hiitaiii .'\iMiit iiiiii.iil 
ately rci-ii''' Uial 11 11 weie r case 
of savlDK I t' would put back i<> 
tht rescue. Tlie ocean was as smooth 
a., i^iass and the plane was not be- 
lieved to be }n any danter from 
the sea. thoqgb there was no tell- 
Ing what mishap might baps be- 
fallen the aircraft, and her crew 
of three. 
The plane was equipped irttb 

wlle|t .s.> bir v>.hi'n dO«& WMlM OOly 




tN SIX Mm OF" I 
VICTOKIA ■ 

RedBced From $12^ tO I 
$8,500 " 



I < )vcr 200 acres with si.x-room I 

house, Dtithmisr^, timber, lu^'' 
I clearing, frontage on creek. I 
' EaeliisiPB Avsats 



1 
I 



RIVBR AND BEACH 

FRONTAGB 



I .'^ . acres, all cleared. Fruit I 
■ trees. Eight-room house with ' 

(furnace and three-piece bath- 0 
room. Garage. Two-room cot- 1 



tags. Price 



.9€,600 



J PembertH ft Son | 



•1.AND REOIBTBT AOV* 
Saetlea lOa 
In ih, \i Alter af Lo4e 8, S, la aad 11, la 
Bieok *, at Baatlaa 70, TlalarU Matrlat, 



PraaC taalas Boa CUad la asp eOlea of 
tba loaa of OartlflaaU of Title No. 0004-1 
to tha aboya-mentloned land In the name 
of Helen Rothney Croea, and beaxtna data 

the 30th day of Julr. IBIO. I herebr alva 
notice of my Intention at the expiration of 
one calendar month from tha flrat pubU- 
catlao baraal, to laaoa to tba aald Halaa 
Rothnay Oraaa. a proTtalonal Oartinoata 
of Indefaaalbla Title in lieu of fuch loat 
CertlfleaU. 

Any person havlna any Information with 
reference to buch lost t'ertUicale of Title 
la requeated to commnaicate with the un- 
der^aad. 

Oatad at tba Laad Reciatry office, vie- 
•.Oa «M0 tm day ol Idareh, 1000. 

■. J. ORARB. 
Raelatrar. 

▼letorta Land Raclatratlon DUtrlct. 



shoctyr aftar dBFtweaif. aoA. 
tn^ Qtfk^ Amtt tar hit 



vioLEirr wsAinot 

HOIM AIR MAIC 
OUTOFWHOareG 

'Canadian Pr«aa> 

lUiXiXMA. Bask.. AivU B.— Haavf 
rain, snow and sleet storais batweon 

Winnipeg and Portage la Prairte 

completely upset the Wlnnlpeg- 
KiKiiia (livLsloii of the Prairie Air 
Mall .Scivue on Kridav night. The 
cUaiiiiK of tiie atmosphere over the 
reiiiaiiKler of the thres provtQoiBi 
however, enabled the Other ttiP 
dlvlaloiu to function perfectly. 

The heavy storms forced Mr W. 
J liu, haiiati to M-malii Ki'>iiiiilnl at 
Wiiiiuix'g The we.'ilhoiiiul mail irom 
K<Kiiirt wa.s pickrd up liy a VVivti rii 
Canada Airways' plane, which flew 
(luv. II Irom Moooe Jaw la aflB ii a ta 
malting the flight to Calgary. 

TWa morning saw Mr. "Paf 
HoldPii. former Moase Jaw Flying 
Club ln.strti< t<i! hop oil on hla flrot 
flight over ■ ute to Wlnnlpof, 
carrying a luad of air malL^ 



THB OORfOBATION OF 

OP OAK BAT 



MITaaCT 



K.l »'<.rt Street 



Phone SM 



CAMADIAN NATIONAL BAILWAT8 



Healed tenderi will be received at the 
office of Chief Knilneer, Wlnnlpea, until 
U:00 e'aleak noon. Thuraday, April 17, 
lose, for elaarlna. aradlna and Inatallatlon 
of rulverta en the Swift Oreek-Tata Jaaaa 
branch, approximately twelve milee: alao 
for replacement of one hundred and forty- 
five (1451 wooden box culvert.% with con- 
crete Pipe culverta and one concrete box 
culvert, and conatruction of elaht i8i 
ooncreta boa culverta. aix (6) concrete 
pipe culveru and tBraa <S> vaadaa box 
cuiveru throuah aslatlag mOway triallaa. 

Brltlah rohimbla 

Plana. Mie< Iflratlon.n and form of con- 
tract may be aeen and form of tender 
aMalaad at affloaa of DUtrlct Znalneera 
at Taaaouvar and Bdmonton. Division 
Bnatnaars at Oalsarvt Prlaaa Ra o a rt , Kam- 
loopa aad Tietofta. aad OJIJL Asant, 
Prince oearoa. 

Tendera Will Bot be conaldered unleaa 
murv 1. 11 form aupplled by the railway 
coil , ,1 V and accompanied by an accepted 
cheque on a chartered bank equal to 
S . par aant of tba ralna af tha werk, 
payable ta tha ardar a( tha Traaaanr af 
canadlaa Matlaaal RaUwara. Ba bM 
bonda wtu ba aaoaptad wtth taadaia ea 

thin work 

The loweat or aBP tsBddr Bat Bioa^ 

aailly accepted, 

A. B. WARRBW. 
TIea-Praaldaat. 
; Has.. April S, Mta 



A Court of Revl.^lon will alt on Thur.rday, 
May 8. 1930, at 5:16 o'clock, P.M.. at tba 
Manlalpal HaU. Oak Bay Avenaa, ta aaa- 
atdar tha Aaaaaamant Roll for a laeal tm- 

. provement (boulevard aiatntmanaa? ear 
ried out on the andar-BMBtiaBad atraet« 

I or parta thereof: 

Florence, St. Ann, Oliver, 8t Patrick. 
St. David Streets; Bowker, Brichton. 
Monterey, Newport. Sunrtee. Victoria 
Avenuee; Hampahlre. Raalyn Roada; Wll- 
aot and York Plaeaa. 

No complaint wtD ba heard unlasa Writ- 
ten notice thereof la alven to the Municipal 
Clerk before April 39, 1930 The aald 
aaaeaament roll will be open for laapaetlen 
at the office of the Mualaloal Clark on 
and afUr April 3t, 1830. 
Aptfl «. 1000. 



icfflvf iiipssai-'f.s 

U iiahli- In li .11 11 h\ I ,iii', > w h.ft 1 ;i ! 
or not llie uiriiu'u vm i e in peril. 
Captain Ariiut, heading his ship 
bade towards Bermuda, wirelessed 
to the plane to send up flares If 
they were In need of aoslotsncie Tho 
ship sped along throu^ the dark, 
a glim appeared to tha southward 
and within half an hour the Lady 
Bomers was within hailing distam <■ 
of the seaplane. Nosing his big .^^ip 
almost alongside the plane. whUh 
was lifting gently to the smooth lonn 
roll of the windless ocean, Caiitain 
Armlt a.sked Mr. Lewis YHiufv 
pilot of the plane, if he needed hi lp 
"Sure," said the pilot, "we would 
like to know the exact position of 
our plane. How many miles are we 
from Bermuda and what's the 
oouraeT" The Uaar sidpper gave 
the required Inf onnatlon and turned 
at onoe for Ballf as. 

Tha Lady Bomen had lost several 
hoonr ttea. but her Alppff was 

McCloy&Co. 

Aurtionem and ValaateOV 

SpecialLsUs 111 iii^Ui-clsM Sales 

Antiques :i;id Work.s of Art 

Comer Pandora Avenue and 



"My lova^or you. daar» la 



Tfs havli« tha 

father.- 



MAYNARD & SONS 



To Whom It ICay Oaacem: 

Take BOtlea that my wife, Marie 
■alaaML Barlas left aiy ba« eat taaot. 
ff aia not raspeaalMa lar aap diMo^M- 

traded by her. 

Dated at Victoria, B.O., HBO tVtfe day 

of March, 1930. 

rnWARD RAINALDI. 
in?7 Nnriii Vf V t Victoria. B.C. 



*oo? B a w Birr u«oor act* 



Nelire nf .Appllcnliioi 
Traaafer of tu< 



I I, enca 



Notice la hereby alven that, on tha 4th 
day of May next, tha undaralaaad Intend a 
to apply to the Uquor Caatral Board for 
eonaant to tranafer of Baar Llaaaea Bo, 
iftiO and lasued In raapaot of praaUaaa 
belaa part of a bulldlna known aa the 
Oaiwood Hotel, altuate at Oolwood upon 
tha lands doaerlbad aa Parcal L of Saetlon 
I, Map 9740. Vleterla L, R. Dtatrlet. la 
tha Rwrlnea tt British <'HT?iWei fram 
May Oreanlna Miller-SmttB 
Thomaa Qulncy, of victorlaa 
lumbia, the traaafaraa. 

Dated at vMstBi thla <th dar a( Apn 
AJ}. 1010. 

ABpBaaal aad ttaiMraroa. 

OBORflB THOMAS viuUWM f. 



Aiidioii Thursday 

At 1 :.10 P.M. 
In Our ! ..i- ;:■ A-k tinn H.ill 
SVULSUm A860ttTM£NT OF 

Superior 
Furniture 



Ihstrueted hy U. Uorimote * Oo,. 
who are leaMut: for Japan, we will 
sell on the pitmiseo, 12S3 Gevera- 
■MBt Street. MXt lo e9nMr of 

Yates Street.. 

MONDAY. 2 () ( !.(K K 
The Bal ance ot the Stock 
Silks, Dresst'ji. Under wear, 
Brau .larHirner»'< Hasiu^rv, 
Kimonos. Japanese Faocy 
Goods, Fixturts, Lie 

On view Mondnv from 10 o^doeL 

MA V.N .\K II .V SONS 
Anrtloneera Phone S37 

MAYNARD k SONS 



Ahiw:' new Iniiiiik,' Hixmi .Set, 
nxiiii ;Set I :i jilercs I ( 'hivstei f leld'Set, 
good Siniiiuin., Beds, < xp<'ii.sive Eng- 
lish Ail-Bra.<is Bed with Mattresses 
(QOSt $380). nice Carpets and Rugs, 
expensivB Blue ttuunal Front Bange. 
Menareh Sanga wtth nssMBeii, and 
a large quantity of Better-Class Fur- 
niture, China. Ornament-?, Pictures, 
Brlc-a-Br;t. Kti 

On View Wednesday Aitemoon and 



Another room fun «C '**^ 

Furniture and 
Effects 

oent in bjr numerous owners wlU ba 
sold at OOP salesroom, 717-793, Fan- 

dora .'Vvriiiif I'n 

Wednesday at 1:30 

among which will be found; 3- 
Plece Chesterfield Suite in brown 
mohair; several nice Uph. OhaliB In 
kather and tapestry; S splendid 
Ftata Glass Showcases; FpiDviiii 
Ohk Roll-Top Desk; Oranitii,li 



Goods for this sale received or sent 
for up to S p.m., Wednesday. 
Full particulars later, or from 

McCLOY & CO. 

The Aii(!i(>n»-»-n< 



and Cablnt^t; Padtn .Se(,s. 
nice Carpets; JCred IJph. 
Settee: Leather Courh,. Haiiltjiry 
Coiirhos Dlulnfi Room Furnltun-; 
sevc , i' is In brasA, iron, and Sim- 
mons. Dit^ssers; Wardrobea, and 
other Bf?droom Furniture; usual 
Kitchen Ware; Monareh and other 
Rangee; new WMta Biamel Bath 
and Compkta ToUet; 2-cyl, Gray 
Marine Bngtne; Smith Stump Puller 
with Cable; Ofinlen Tools, Hoee, 
e\c Full particulars later. Also 
our Morning Sale at 10:N of Poul- 
try, Carrotdi, Potatoes, lot oC Vtult 

lt«S8,Bt«k 



\i|i 1 iiiiK 



MATNAID A fOWi 



maae* leii. e«a 



NOTK K lo SWSnil VOTERS 

The office of Meaars. Wallace /b Archer, 
ueo Broad Street, la naw avallaUa (ar tha 

laelatratlaB of thoaa who are atleiMa to 
vata In tha Baanich Bleetnrai District. Aa 
tbara la now only a week ii>rt before the 
lUta cloae, application ahould be made at 
once. 



ANTIQUES 

Art FyiBim % Big. 

Bartholomew's 



To Connoisseurs and Others 

In the KHi.tfe i,\ A V. .Sl.nt < I )r . o.cl ) 

i'2ij;iiiii:i>i44^;iTi!!i" Lt i! : i i ] i,ri ' iii i'ni !ii i! i wiii ii- u ii*^M 



ma It ana lest r»rt Vlriwa 



Rigby's storage Co. 

PACBINQ CBATINO SIOBiBa 

g^^epr i.ti> tt ■ ■ -■''<• r.»rr:ri 

Til CwtXntw St. rh. J«oa, K'l ;.M.M 




A Rare Opportunity 

To Purchase a 

7-Roomed Bungalow 



sartfan. 



Situated on the hieh part of Rurnalde and Ooraa 

Two lota, 100 X l.i:i f^pl No ro<-lt nraiillfiil 
three lovrlv prarh trf^ea b^arlnc wrll each year. 

Bunaalow in aplrndid condition. Newly pBlnti>d and deroratrd. and only a 
few yeara old. Larsa quanUUaa of Uno, all bllnda and fisturea ao wtth proatrty. 

the aouth. 

All rooma nirriv laid out and airy aad feotsM. Hmoo oslalie etiaiMiiaa autke 

the place very convrnlrnt to entar. 
niO-ataad baaement. no fumarn 



TM« biincalow \% v>- »rri i • ^ad B 

Price of Whole Property, $3,700 

najBS: sijoe oaea anb ou a month 

It aaau 1000 a rooai ta baOd tBIs luad aC a b a aoalaw taday. 
Thio io a aalaadid bay. aaC eO liosi M4M baiow valaa. 

e( 



The Griffith Ca 

ArcadB BN^ Pbam 



1462 



% Phone , 

\ 1524 J 

Duly iiistriK tf H l.y The Montrr.il Trust ("o I V.uirouver Brant i 
Kxecutors in the above Estate, will sell by Public Auction at 
their S■i er oBH ^ S27 Yates Street (kclow .govemmeBt Street) o« 

Tuesday, April 8, at 2 P^. 

Aad C oB llBB ia i «a Wstedhr. U NeeesMrr. a Oaaatity of 

Fine and Valuable Old and Modem 
English Furniture, Paintings 



3y V 



ArtisU 



CItr. 

Tronf hnvlni hrm filed In my off u » of 
the loaa of OertlflcaU of TlUe Mo. 10a4S-r 
to tba atoaa aMatiaaad laad la tba aaoie 
of sneenTlrown. and baanae data tha 11th 

day "f .TnTic 111'' I >^^r•^lv a - notice of 
my iTit^n'.nn ^ ' -t; r.^.'. ii of one j 
calendar nionili f^ -n. r * rir.«? r ihI:ra*ion [ 
hareof lo laaue in the aald Eii»»n Pi mn 1 
a proTtaional Certificate of Title ta liaii 



With 



Trade In Your Old Watch 

Vast B am ia t aa • aaw 0M^JBalaaiw^4^raasad. uta cKtid aa4 SB 

mnawLL mmS SicSSi ud. 



IDBAI. 

|KA0T: ' I •» ■V '11 M V, ■ ■ . . . j 
> Seat . ■ - - . - M . ... .,,,.,.! 
■bai near tea. private party. Boa saoa. ' 




TIU. 



I'ated at the '■ 
lorta. B.O , thli J*iti dar of Ma- 



RMlatrar 



COLLINGWOOD 

Oof Mew Sobdivisiga oa fisqaimalt Uarhor, CMr 



CrePW OOP S t COa, LTDa^ _ 



Oriental Rugs, Etc. ~ 

(ikIihIihh Hafidsumr KiiKliHli Chesterfield Suite, 4 Jacobean 
< Iiair.s. (.alrIrK Tabic, Croinwfllian Table, Ruab Seated Chair, 
()!<! f iiRliah RosewrKxl Arm Chairs, Victorian Mahogany Ex- 
« tiMnii l able, 6 Ckorgian Dincro. Old English Mahogafiy Side- 
lioard. Burr Walnut Inlaid Pedeotal Table with I'laie ( ,]^s^ i . |., 
Inlaid Mahogany Coffee Tsble, Walnut and otlirr ( )i raoif.ti;il 

I iMr«, (,ratulfallicr C iork. by Gowland, of Snndrrlaiui ; .Shrr- 

II 1 ;in<l othrr Iiilaifl Mirrort, Maplo. Oak aiul VVhifr Enamel 
I '• 'r .i ni Suitra. Brasg and rilhrr Mrdstfadu with MattrOooeo, 
I iTK*" .Mirrr.r. 2 Crdar Clirsfa, Ottoman, Sofa. (Jrthophonic and 
l"'>rd». \>ry nandHoi!].- Krriiiaiiahah Kug, 11 ft. 10 in. by 
^ II 7 111 ; -.rvcral Kar/ak f<ug« and Runner*, Mir/apore Carpet, 
' III I'aintiiiK^ and Water Colors by Haywood Hardy, J. ilrdley. 
i„ Angraff. C .Snoitsaer, Feroter, W^oiski, Carnirr snd others, 
l'rcK)f EnKravmst after Herfcflier, Marble Pedeatat, Rnicli»h 
Cierccd Brass Fendtf, 6 feet long: Brass Fire Iron*. Rrptnifiap 
• oal Sctftlte, Very Handaome Mah Jong Set in Carved Mox. 

' i:il< Ii.iwrr ChrNf. W,ilmil I )inin(7- Room Sllifr, 4 f'lrrr K<.*e- 
wnixl h'.ivMiif: Ronni Stui*-. I.arpc Mahogany Warrlrnlir aiuj 

( lirvl nf ))rH\s<T!l i r>n\\,turi\, ' ll^hlnn«, (itP.it Nlimhfr <if < )i ii.. 

iiirnK. J,a(iinirr<s, Etc. f)ld KiiKliah Knibroidered -Stand, Hr*^* 
Kriilf, a ijiMiitify of <.la<iawarr and China ware, a number nf 
! >' >rated I'laqiira, Kitchen Range. Electric Range, Kitchen 
Va and Cliairt. Vacuutn Cleatwr. "Zenith" F.lectric Wsshtng 
Machine, Steps, Garden Tools, Cliandelierr, Set of 16 Ivory 
Milliard Balls, Wheelbarrow. Benares Tableo and Trsro, Gong, 
lia r oMicter, Toiletware, Household Linen, Blankets, etc 

On View .MI Day Tomorrow 

We consider the above an excrllent selection of good household 
r«BitBrt aad raeoatoMad oar ckeats ta iaayact it Mara tbe sale. 

For p Bf t M r yiMTticMlaro Apply to 



THE AUCl lONKKR 

SU Sajrward Bdldifn 

It? Taoaa tttwa 




CE»TAIN:PARTY 



fHB pAtLY COLONIST. VICTO RIA'. B.C. SUNDAY, APRIL 6, 1930 



By Jack Wilhelm 
1^ 



IF 



r 




KRAZY KAT 




■1 ' Ji> t' 



POLLY AND HSR PALS 



And That's Not ''Salt Waiet Tafff 



*1 



By Cliff Sterrett 





Ajor To 

^AUCOU^ VOICS 



fi^i (JOT \ 



TILLIB THE TOILER 



A Hat She Cant tor get 



r 




UP- 
•5ET 

I DAY 



- I'iLlUj ' 

1^ 



vou'o ©etter. 

GET A -TAyi 
/^MD <5ET P>ACV<^ 
TP yOUji- OPFVCE 

V VHW -THE CAP 



I'D L_lKE 
THAT 
HAT 

1M THE 
VJtWDOUJ 
THE r 

Blue! 



By Westover 

TO TRY r~r\jofAV, T" 

^ ftr — r ^ ^ ^ 



S'MATT£R POP 





JUST LIKE A WOMAN 



A Geiule Re minder 



By C M. Payne 



^ou NOT.TAKF 





DIXIE DUGAN 



WIm h Loony Now? 



By J. P. McEvoy and J. H. Sti icbel 




I TCl-U VOU 

I WANT ^ \~^r\\CfP^ 
M-MI09 ANd)^ 0*^ 



' I WANT IT 
NOW/ 
PRONTO 



L SKIPPY 




^mr oiGA- 

niSS f u&AN 
MISS DUGAN/ 



3 



LOCO 




, MAWANA-/ 

I. THE -St ) 

/CUBANS ) 
I ARE. / 







EMBARRASSING MOMENTS 



Bluekbulled! 



By Percy L. Crosby 





-I aomMt ON af them » 

a«rcagtSr.ill;' 

Bu^.i'i''' rrturnr-fl i hi» nuir mtn. 
Thrrr « only :»i/iionium and 



bunrj;n ri .u'i. how many Umet ■« 
you goiof to iittw Om Im» wttli 



thrj c ' 



THE DAIUY CUi.uNibr. VK^AUKIA, SUNDAY, APftUt <S 1939 



COLONIST DAILY COMIC FEATURE 



II 



1 









»S A'SSoClhTiWG WITH 
isjKce PCOPLG AT LAST. 

. ^ h€pc 4urr Aiftw 




whv^whcmVovj poufeeb OUT" 
A cvjp oP T^A Him Me 

Dii>N»T Blow •w it 

lvw:g am f — r 





AoAVAj sn;^: He U;ArT€t» 

ir ^Ntii.'r vjuiTH His 

hat: 





MUTT AND J£FF 



The Magic Wishing-Riig 



By BUD FISHER 

5 




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7* 

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J KAV€ H<ER(3 A MAGIC >N\SH1K)G-R>JG 1 

UJlSH Fo^fe SO^AG THING - 

uuiSH F0(^- 



For a TD^) 



m 



Jiih 



lit 




>LS AMD Money W/V^ 




lA/HAT You 




Arol> AM 







ALl \~x 

BABI ^ 




<£2 



.VVn4* ■ V'. ••• 



THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. BC SUNDAY, APRIL 6, 1030 




lUDISON HITS 
JAPANESE SHIP 

No Daniai,'r Done ih N.Y.K. 
Liner Sliidzuoka Maru 
at Outer Dock Durr 
iag AfterooQD , 



CAPTAINS CALL TO 
SEE ABOUT MATTER 



When t!;f Avirrt.aii Mall liner 
PrMMwit Mad^oM dcxked at Rlthet 
plan from SeatUe at 4:l» o'clock 
' ynterday afteraeiav Imt MWMnd- 

er, CapUin D C AM.->tiri. IJ S N R.. 
and Captain Uiibtavu-s J. biielUng. 
pilot, nwhad over to th* 

Maru to lllt«rTl«V Guttata T. 

yania. 

CiiRtoms officfrv. iinniiijiaUun Of- 
fjciaU .tiid sr*" 'Hiors nijon llie dock 
miniiisc'l t!m' ii was ,i courlenj' 

Q»U. lor tli« tilUtUuok* Mmtu wm on 
bar jyt foy m imwi 

JtmUx wa* not the ca-^'- lir. xr .M 
On tatr way to Pier 2, Hiti.'-t d<>, ks. 

tho MadLsoii .• rf,iiK"'i ;!ic :.t.Ti, .^r 
th* Shldzuoka, bia Captuni s >• - 



PUot of Glider 
Plant to Leave 
On UU La§t Lap 

BUFl-'ALO, N V . April 6 - 
Captain mak M. iUwIu 
lauded In Buffalo at 4:43 

orlfx-k this afternoon on his 
glider flight from San Diego, 
ChI . U) New York He will 
leave here at 8 o'clock to- 
iiionuw morning, making a 
brlrf halt at Klnilra to fuel 
the UmiiiK plane He exi*< L< 
to arrive at Naw York City 
at 4 IMS. 



All-Steel Airplanes Arrive Camp Borden 



yania reported no damage done 
Captains Austin and Snelllng leis- 
urely walked back to thetr liner, 
both wearioff relieved aq^laa. 

Canrlnc tw«nty-four fln*»oabln 
paaaenteirs. fifty-one ateerare, 8,ooo 

tons of cargo and 3.750 bags of mall, 
the MadLvm left for the Orient at 
6 o'clcK k 111 the eveninK .She t(K)k 
oh 125 bags oi mail and lourteen 
bad of dried aaawMd hen. 

PILOTSHEflFF 
WITH FUR CARGO 



<'ro!k>an and Edward 
Agr Visit to 
Nanuk 



STEWART 
HOTEL 

er«M t« b««t itorM. MfM, 

a. Oood tccommodktloDi •! 
II* lAtoi. Bea'. knowu matla 
lt*4 ItalM. Sr«»kfsat BOc, 
• Laaek M« (Sand*Ts 
IX (■aa4ayt^itlV 




«AN nUNCISCO 



Tli» nfv »n<1 Wflluppoliil^d P«»«en»fr 
lllioii frniri V«fii Oliver. B C , »nd 

Viclorla. n t 

B.M.H. --Niaasr* " April Sfl, Jaa« :s 

aJUta •'AMaaai" Mar n. Mr U 

rvt fmm, etc , sppir ta all nal^way aad 

Bli-aiiiahiri Anrniv. M la 
A i«>r<ilaelaii Mb 
Viinf'(iil»er. B (; 




raoM aAiMT joom 
*• aiaMav>Uv«r»Mi 

•A»ru II Duohaif af Tork 

ibett M Uuchtai of AUiaU 

*lfat eantnc at Ol«a«ow 

In I h<Tk*ar(-t*athsm»toD'llainhori 

. .» M-ii • «:ni 

Ain I n M*i.t« 

rx • '— * r ""f^'Tlin ill 

Apia Ji MoolroM 



MOIOliSHII' NANUK. NORTH 
CAPE, HibcrlB. April 5.— PlaOBlnv tO 
»U3^ at Cape Serge to takt OS gaao- 
Une, Pllota Joe Croason and BdlMird 
TeuBf took Off for T^Uor, Alaska. 
Cram beet yatterday with • portion 
^ tho Itawuk^ far flMlo. 

With food vtalbimy and fivint; 
conditlonfi. the planes took '>ir 
acalnat a strong ea.st wind Ci(v,;,oii 
and Young had heavy loads of furs 
TVo of tin* cahni plane* brought 
herf t,i aid iii the searrii for Cai I 
Ben Klel.'son and Karl Borland who 
were killed wliile tning to fly from 
Teller to the Nanuk, were tx-in^ 
u.sed 

Menill Ijirben Larsen accom- 
panied Young on the trip to the 
Nantik Hiui will repair the plane 
dHiii«Kt-<i b> Captain Pat Reid Who 
was bringing gasoline to the Nanuk. 
The Reid plane u naar whflrt the 
of Borl^«Bd MUkm vara 

DUE^W£DN£$PAY 

Havlnc left tan Francisco on Sat 
urday evening. Ss. Nlcther-n i.s fx 
peeted at Rfthet plrrs on I'ue.sday 

afternoon ni \\>diip.iday morning to 
dl»rhan;r sewntv tons of carvr ac i 
cording to Mi .\dain P. Moffat I 
agent. 

S.s Niircnta is cvpected to Iravr 
San Vianrl.sco today and will dock 
on Wpdne.sday with 160 tons of 
cargo, unless she procoadi lltat to 
Tacoma and Seattla. 

The Loch QctL la dot In Mrt 
about AsctL M U Jmd. «Mi»% 
Enghmd and the Oontlnent. 

Imperator Skipper 

/x Dead in Germany 

HAMBURo. OanMay. AprU s. — 
Oommodore Bim Riuar, former 
•klppar of tha BoBtti Polar axplora 
tlon ship Oaiw and the llnars Im- 
perato) and V'«terlai|da 
aged sixty-eight. 




QIX Canadian-made Curtis-Reid Rambler airplanes, of all steel construction, were deiivere.l at Camp 

w H ? w /J"*' bringing with them a good-will message from Mayor Houd. o{ Montreal 



Bor- 



^ «^ Toronto. The airplane, w.re .MMd-fM LeMide to Camp BoHen by Can, 

Ear Hand president and manager of the NatioiMl Air Tl»»aBOrt Ltd^nd M, Rdward lohn.on I hc 
v.,.t.n, pilots were brought to Toronto and entfotoad far l^trelT^fce photograph here s^ows Mayor 

froin the Mayor of Montreal, from Cspt. T." JL 
Wemp u the youngster in the centre. 



visiiing pilots were brought to Toronto and entfala a d { 
Toroota vooaiviag the good^wUl messafe fi 
#aafc; who iwa 1m dbarfa of the fleet BiUy 



QNutwise 



FeMef Af otwmento 



■UERIA 



»s. ^ >ileew i « a M>a»a«— 
April It li a r t M af Aa«tra'!'< 

raoM MoimiAt 

t ' "'•'rtoetg.aealkaaptaa-aaaikwf 

*^ ■'»» «• Montalare 



raoM vANOoovMi 

To Hawaii Jarsa-Chlaa-rkWaptaM 

*Apr 17. 'Juno 13..lHiprtn of Canada 

Majr I, JuiiB .it . .. .tmpTtut nf n i> ,ia 

May at, juiy 24 impi^ ■ 1 , 

•iBOludlnc caU at Hon . u.u 



MiuL iAY remiY 



^frrr Lvavta 

»Ai AM. I 

"lis tit ' 



VASLt 



— V mcLtmuto 



Wtwt I>a**t 
Mill Bmr 

I iU.M A.U 

II 09 Moou 
a:M P U 

mil 



Aaatr U A««ato BTanrwkar* ar 
r r roMTIB 
at«*"<<htp •■•neral Faaacacar Aeaal 

1. n ( in 1 M « VI 
IKi! U«T«rnaa«nt Mrari. Vi.ii.fia, M.O. 



UNION STEAMSHIPI, tTD. 

To All B.C. Coatt Points 
Pnncc Kupert, Stewart, Aojroj^ 
Etc. New Stcamera 

QXO. MoQRSQOlt Af^M 
1 l i tw iaa Wdg. Mmm itas 



r 



Is Your Printing an 
Expense or an 
Investment? 



'A ^alll;l'•lc Ill^•^^.lR'o, properly 
^ addressed, is certain to reach your 
client HavInK reached him, will 
it airr->t \\\% attenti<Mi and aroust 

his inteic^t? 

]r it fails, your eflfort and expcnst 
are wastefl. 

Many business lucit destroy Uic 
effectiveneas of a messaf^e by the 
tts8 of printing an<I paper ao 
tawdry that it at once creates the 
impreaaJon thai ita conteota are 
of littlQ vmiue. 

.O>loniat riinting, Lithograph- 
ing or Kinboaailig— intrllij^rntly 
planned and wall executed— 
mean an Incrcaae In efteetivencaf 
•t • rtMonablc coat 



nr.Mu.z. April Arrl^ee: Randieap. 
rtnltf rtl«in Pr»>*ld»Tit J«.iii.nn Manila; 
Proirv;l«u-, Hoiu K-i.-w V i.. nmn Maru. 
Kob«. Jaeox. Mulnlleo balled. Santa Inei, 
Loa Anfalct; Saa €a«Mat«. Abrrdran, 
BonacTitle. Shanahali Warwick. OUttm: 
Yukon. Latauaha. AiagMS aiiJiBeeas Mara. 
Hai>« Kane: PrvMatt UadlMR.' ManOa: 

niamond C»menf Vl>w Co\ » FVIlrf f 
Trn»t» Ruin Alriai.rt-r Ban l>!»«o 

^rhwab^n. Hamburs. Tae«aia, Olyaipia. 
Vncaltama, l(Hr|hfliaill|lb TaOSaMU Ca- 

tti' • Chlla. 

POR1I AKD. Or» . April S - ArrlVfd: 
Torta. I.o« AnaaUf: Loamar. Philadelphia: 
cotuaibun. beetaD: TtJoa. Las An««i«s. 
Pat Dohenr. Thameihaven. Sailed. 

»ul«ri« nu.K" . ( ,rr^r.•^w1vlt Antwerp: 
Holi>«Mii' » VI.;:,,»--i. s«r> Juaa 

t 1« Svklllr BtBli*(K><1. S«- Ir^nrUcn 

Admiral Dawer. Munam! 1 .^ \>>i:> 

SatUiaw, Saa FraaelMo, M» Knuia Naiaou, 
Calm I«wla t a ek sokaa h . Baaten via aealUa 

TAOOMA. Aprlt 1. — Arrivaa: Tadael 

Maru. B»miirhan Fermla. Antwarpi 
Bonii».:;( <ii»n.iia. Seattle: Orldono 
Mini B»tlir\tham. Jacox. I.oa Anxelea: 
Ni/.iii Dnigoi Barkor; Nonliwestern, 
S*«ar(] Sailed: Caciquc. A»to(aaa*ta; 
Ruth Alaxanaar. Baa Otwai TMSMa. 

Mtniit TvifMyk. Kottaniain: HakalHoa 

Mar i Yn;,)l aiii.i Jacox. Los AnieltS. 

^ ^^ ni a n- i ---rx). April . Arrival: 
Wnpaina, Han PrUro. Ual«>. Hllo. Covcna. 

c;oAa Bay. J. L. LiiMkeabaali. Santon: 
Broaritlnca. Aatartai Malm WbltUar, BaUI- 
nora. aaliad: 4. A. MoSal. PrMidant 
Plerea. Admiral nrracut. Ban Pedro: 

Keno«t.* V'aiiartl'tn U^m ^'orV n#l'.iKt 
Mai -J. ' ii1»n ( ■•,.< ! ■ • M M i-r. 
PerUand Malolo, Honolulu Kkuaran. Ad(- 
lajd*. Lake Oalewood. Porathr <lieSII<ll 
BaatU*. Oakland. Hambuic 

ARRIVED 

'Ictatin 

. _ . ,aMiaiid 

tor Manila. 

ailANOMAI. A»rU 1. BttW I Owt**, hm 
AntelM far MaaUa. 

Niw TORS. amU AHMrisaa. aaa 
rramiaaai m»tm W. iMbsabMb. aaa 
IfaattaMb 

■AILCD 

n^iv<f«To- April t. — Hannan D. 

ufM- YORK. April i.-«harlfl« Malaao. 
eo^nona. OMsi (wtftss. Oblshis, aaa 

rtdra. 

HAMPToir wiAOi 4ara i^-faeias Oak. 

aan Pedro 

■ALBOA. Ami 4 — ■aparta. Ban Fran- 
•Ita* 

BHANCiHAi. Ai'ril !l Tenro Maru. Ban 

rra IP- ' tff> 

VLAUlVOarOK. Apnl 1 NumMla. 



iBt. 



Orle: 

Mar 17. 

OBACXA-rrsn IMlaBa. Mkp U. 
AnucA MAKO-Viaai oSat. Mkp it. 



BAi BOA. AprU>— barsa Laval, 
HOMO KOMO, JtvtA " 



. 1* 6 W., April S.— Ventura, San 
l^neltce 

PANAMA TANAi.. Aprft S.— Paaaa4. bound 
wast Royal Arrow. New Tark foe Lee 
Aacelea Hiitu«Boi. New York (er Ijm An- 
PartlanS. Antwerp far pan rran 
■aval, ta n a far Baa l^aciium 
It Aaa»s, Mtv Tark wr aan 



Weather Report 



Ram 

r'Al Ul-N A . , ; 

10 17 47 l-,»a< r avail 

CARMAMAH 
M,i«; aioerrata 




dai. May n 

PACTP-ir- PNTMmaa^ rrom Xn»laDd. 
Mar 31 

HIKA'.^'A MABrr rrr.m Orl»n'. Mar 2H 

'firm t.i 

PRrsioii..Mi mutcji; frMt orient, 

May .^n 

RMPHES8 or fiaw*n> nsM oriaot. 

May 30 

TO DCPABT 

r'.trr' ny r<vMi\ j.-, r Haoaiala 

tnri'H'rpt ArrlfiT 

PHKBlOtNT JACiUlON — >-or Osteat. 
A»rll 1». 

TWCOHAMA VAaV - IV Ortnt, 

Aprf 1« . 

NiA'.ARA— Rie<Ja Mdi aBiissfti. 

April 10. 

^piuMDaNT imun ^ wm orteat. 

Mar t. 

ARABIA MARU-Por OellBt. MBT 4 

and Onrnt. May 1. 
MI8HIMA MARU-Por Orient. May 13. 

PREmnrrrr oRAirr — Por oriant. 

Ai ;.'.oN^ MMtn Por Oriant. Mar l». 
Binrri ' a. tu- -Far Oriant, Mar JS. 
EMrT*r.^r< r>r iBtk Wh RsmIbm aaS 

Orient. Ma( 28. 

j^^jm^amiMT ounaMia»-^ oriaiit. 

Gulf Island Mail 
oAirais 

UaiU cioM at Viatarta-'WadDaMlay. Prl- 
gar. aunday. il p.m. Toesdar, 1S:}0 a n. 
WedneMHy. Thuradar. •:4S s ai. 
Mn i^ (Ilia ai vtatarla— Meii4ar> TMSBar. 

w.ri -Miay. satapiag afttiaeM, RMar. 

Balardav. 1 a.ai, 

■ALT IPMNQ UtJM 
Malls rio^e at 1MMa*4BMar> Wed 

aaadar. Kndav. i| a-ai. tlM»4ii. M;30 
a.ai. WadnaidAf. •:4S am. 

Malla daa at Ytetorla--Monda«k WStesi 
aar. Saturday. Priday, 7 a m. 

PULPORD HARBOR 

Mmu (' v.rioria MniitiT Thuri- 
d«< " < j 

MaiiK due at Victoria i utaday, Batur- 
aae aliaraaoa. 

liATIft POINT 

MaUd elate at Vlaterta— PrMar. it pai. 
Malls da« at VWtoria— Saturday. 1 a.ai. 

POHT WASHIVt.TOV 

Malla cloaa at Victoria -flunday. Thura- 
dar. fiMar. U 9jm. Taasday. le lo a.m. 

MaMt dee at Vietwria— Maadar. Batur- 
ear aftetBaan Warinerdav. aiaiag ^tealni . 

MATiNE 

Malla rloae at Vlrtarla 8und«-. W'd- 
naaday. Irieay. II p.m. Tuaaday. 1«.)0 s.m 

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TranspacUic Mails 

CHINA AND JAPAN 

APHII,. ;»to ■ 
PRESIDKNr MAni!V-iN MmN rlnn 
AartI S, i P ni llij. It Vokuiitnia April 
1«; Bhaniha.. April :i Hon« Kona. 
April IS 

SUPRESS OP CANADA Maila cloae 

U* « Pm. Oaa at Tafcafeaaut May t: 
lhal. May 4< Reae Kaae, Mar 1 

PKaazDaNTJUaEaOR-MaUs alMa April 
>•■ « p m. Oaa a*. Takekaaw Mar 3t 
Bhanahai, May •( Rm^ May t. 

•pRomn.A«*..«laNs elesa Ayrfl si, 
J t A p m nua at Tokahaaia May 1i Mma 

Kooa. a» 

PRESIDENT MrKINI.rV Mal!i cIom 
M'y 3. « p m Due al Yokohaiiia Mij 16 

Kotia only 

ACSTRALIA AND NEW ISALAICD 

AOHANUl Mailt rloaa April J. 5 p m 
I ai Awrkltnd April ?: fivrtney. Apr;l 2« 
'SONOMA— Malla claae Ami U. i p m 
Otis at ay«aay May •. 

MARAMA— Malla cImc April la, 4 pm 
Due at wriiinfin-, May (. BrBnw.MayU. 

NIAOARA Malia eleaa April N. I »M 
Oat at Auaklaad May ii sriMv, May H, 

fMtflfet Auatralia only 

Ilotiolulu Mails 

I ■ ■ . • 

via Ban Prancla e e M s j l alaM « y.ai., 
aa KMPRns of oaRaMHMaas deee 

April 17. 4 p.m. 

IS. 



t p m. 



lukoii (trul AUin 

Mall* cloaa i;ti pm., via Vanwavsr. aa 

April 7. 17 and M 

Malla cloaa 4 p n, , via aaSttlt, es Apill 

». 11. 14. Jl Z.-. »■ rt 311 

Queen LharloUe 
Mails 



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14. » 

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Me^l. ' 
10 30 M n\ 

Malla dua at Vieuria -Monday. urday 
afwraoaw. rrHlar. Satartlor afurMOMi. 

8ATVBNA, SOimi PINDni 

Mall'. , (I \-, Gloria Monday, Thtir. 



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Malta 4aM a« Tlilnu Mis ill 



PEm>KR tftLANP 

Mailt cloae al Victoria aund* . 
It p m i i>i(i>i. 10. M am. I 
etW a in 

4ao at Viataria— M 
irnoon. Sata 



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lAI.IA V . iim an»i»ii.1 * . I 
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PAriFK. otHjprER rroai iMMna- 

Aprlt It 

PRaainaWT M HINi ry rrim Ortant 
*Prt| It 

ARAaiA MARU -Prom OTltnt. April J« 

TAi,THyBny»-»Haa Ortoat. Aprft n. 
NIAGARA rrea R sa H s t a am4 Aauya- 

' dai. April M. ^ 

PACirio 

April M 

ISM dr 

Aiirtl It 

Miawi 

' HfcSlUI 
> May ; 

PAMTMBinA- Prom En •» ; * rn I . "la 1 



British Mails 




Malta rieja April in. 



1 •• p.m. 
m MK-rTA 

! i» r m 

i^ AOi^'tA.«lU la N«» Yorki. M»,;, 
cln«e April Ifi t r 

aa DucKHMi i>r york Man* nn.. 
Awtt It. lilt aa 

at. 8MFiiaaa of aobtraua m>>i> 
tiats AarU il. mi aai. 

aa OtTMFir ««la 

rlriM April I ; 4 P » 

Ma»' ) r^iei ^nr fani 

York mual b« ao aiarfcod. 



MOOSE .TAW Rnxk ^;.r,, 
Raft rnall-rarrvlng b\ nir o\»r 

SinrViUf. l< r, feavlhl. in 

iviilniiip nf .Sqiiadrnn I esdor .1 
Iiif1lu>ivi •'il>^rintenrlenl of the 

w-.;trrn Air Auil a«nrice. The 

fit»r priMoeded tOdOjr lO MBMRtOB, 

wlianoa ht wtU swrFair tlia area 
wai i a ai d to Vaialoote. BO. tms 

trip win complete thr rrellnvrmry 
dt»(5cm?ry-Jo»r!n^ of the R i^ky 
Mniirifain arei 

'I'here 1» no .1o;ihl '! a f.- •; ,, ' 
rrwite < Rr> l-»e r,«i abl 'i -rj h\ r-.-i- 
fully plnrinp together a rwute 
through the n)-><jn'.T'.n.<i, aoeavdtat to 
Squadran-Leadar Tu4I»qm Many 
■«ettaoa tt the aowtrr pi aa ant pia- 

aiHl vduajra. he Mjd. «hleh 
•tnergency 



lYOKOilMMARU 
IN FROM MAN 



NEW < APTAIN APPKARb OS 
BRIDUi; OV POPULAR 
lAPAmWI UMIB 



Has timeoth Voyafe l'>om 
boeption of 

WeaUwr 



Orient 



Save for eitrehiely rough weaUier 
all day Thursday, the Nippon Yusen 
KalKlia liner, Yokohama Maru made 
a amooth voya«e from Yokohama, 
according to CapUUi Y. Watannbr 
Tlie vesael docked at Rithet pier;, ut 
10 30 o'clock yesti'iflay morninK uikI 
left for Seattle and Vancouver al 
1:30 odock in th« aftamooo. 

Captain WatanaiM, «|te aanred 
eight years aboaid tha SUwa Maru, 
was making Ma nnt voyage to vic- 
toria, replaolng Captain K. Yoahida 

who Is now OD the Olnvo Mam 
pljrlng between Japan and the west 
coast of South Amerlt a 

Por thia port the liner ranied iah 
first clft.se paaaengerw. four third 
cla.'w. 15:1 ton.i of tsirgo. fortv-fiv, 
balc.v of taw Allk, four bags ol mul 
and fightfcn basA of ordinary maiL 

CANADA flELAyED 
ON PACiriC TRIP 



Schoommr Alice 
VniWfp w imi for 
€h€r Ttco Wseki 



6' 



^AN PKUHO, Cal . April 6.— 

With tba sdtooner Alice, 
under iwniwaait af captain 
Tlmraooa m w p o^tod for two 
weeks, a saarch amonK fish- 
ing craft for someone wiio 
may have knowlrdtie oi hr-i 
(ate was tj<»Kun hi rr ti das 
lilt \e.s.scl i:uiylnK 'lew nf 
elk(ht ti iiii.v|)orted li wtiyii <i! 
luachineiN to M»"\Ui> 

intie^ aouth of hare, aod began 
tier return tffp W 
Friday. 



SHIPS VMEO 
BY MENINGITIS 



PBUIDENT JA< KSON AMI YO- 
KOHAMA MARI BkAR 
DttRADBD DISEASE 

Msk and biupectcd Placed Ut Uta- 



of tile Supreme Ci>un ol Iiiuii,li 
Goluinbia. Mr and Mrt R. K. Mar- 
pole, prnniliipni re.Mdents of Van- 
couvor; Mr. O. R. 



at Batavia: Dr j. Ooforth. •mis 
alonary, who *penl forty years In 
China, accompanied by M;.- do 
forth: Mr (leoigc Blikv loieign 
.'.erreiAcy of l!ie V M.C A ,ii Neiv 
York and Capt. P. Bayli3, retired 

>na^t<'i awriaar pMRMRt ta aaltle 

liere. 



Roagh Waather aad Engine Trnuble 
9«M LfaMT Baak for Xhirt; 



r,.inmand«r flarauai Robinson. , 

^^jhJ^" brought Die Ccy^ItitrN 

Bmpraas of Canada to Rithet ;>iet.- 

at I o'clock verterdav afternwm 
thirty hours betnnd her ii.siial time 
fnj- I hp 1 1 aii.spac'ifici' ( ro»siHi; 

Coiiimaiidr; Pnbinsoij sustained a 
badly Injuird nnger during iXMigh 
vveatiicr on Thursday, whan tha 
Ne.v.ci waa waUowtag in tha wavae. 
The Uner alao axparlaaoad trouble 
with har anctaaa. which were 
changed to aMgto oMiillaR gaarlng 
last year 

P.t.<.',p:ic.':.v Hnini.K tM Ml first 
cahin ';e\rir\ two rocond C^ass, 
twenty-fni,' third i insji and 410 
sfee.-Hge. In9luded Mr. Q. A Oombe, 
Hru,.sh vl09-conaul at Shajighai; 
CoL U R. Hill, OJI.E , R.F A of the 
British SrWbassy at Toklo. en rrjute 
to London on leavp of sb.sence; Sir 
Vhireiii W Hadrielev and Mr A 8. 

Mai' re roiinerted with the 
Hriiihh Admiralty; Mrs. Aulay Mor- 
riAon and Mih.s E Morrison, wife and 
dausht,ei of Chief Juxtlre Morrison 



NEW COAST CRAFT 
MAK ES FA ST TlHiE 

' VANCXU VBR, Apnl .-^ According 
I t'l cnble Hdvtec rBOBlVeCt by CaptBlD 

MiMurr.iv .mirino supariBtaortant 
of the B.C. Coaat 9taami|iip .Rarv^ 
loe, hara today, tin P ihu aa s Jtoaa, 
aaw <aiii f far IrMrii ColumbU 
iwrtwa. aia aadea bar astlmated 
■paad i^acllloatkaM during her trials 
yaalarday ta tha PIrth of Clyde Soot- 
land. 

The Princess Jiv/ nl.-ter ship to 
the Prinrejis Ell/abi-th low m her 
way to Vanciniver from ihc C)ld 
will be placed on tlw reg- 
ular schedule between this citv at d 
V.i(turla during the night, and uiii 

during July and Augivt, aaalst Oie 
ininreM Elaina att bar 4kf trtp to 

Naaalm o. ^ _ ' 

Civil SKRVANTS 
MEET OS MONDAY 



.SKATl'I.K April .1 Ivvn iiiiei 
from the Orient, the President 
Jackson and the Yokohama Mani, 
arrived hara today ahar ptaiflBf 
spinal a M nlHgH li patlanta ^n4 ax- 
poaad oases In quarantine at the 
Oovemment station at Lhaniond 
Point near Port Tnwn.seiid 

The President Jackaon reported 
one 1 aw and nine Mi.tpei ted raaet, 
while two pauents, both FlUplpoa. 
died en route and wara bwrtad' at 
sea. A total ot IM ataanga pas- 
sengars on tha Jaefeaon. an Aklallca. 
were placed in detent I im The pa- 
tient and the nine oihcr.-, \rere 
, -x-giegiited and placed .mdr; ob- 
I .•<er\ Ht ion If no more ra.xf.^ cle- 
velnp t.'ie o'lieis will be relea.sed 

in ten days. The number of aaaas 
ao tha Ja pa n aaa ship waa aat >a- 
portad. PInt-alaaa paiiiBiiia «ara 
not aaoMaad and wa«i auowaA^ to 



CaptaMs Son 
Found ill Ulrrr 
A ear Sliipi4}refk 



f^u Monday customs eflcers, im- 
niigratloD officials, pffttman. OMrlne 
department and puhlle works em- 
ployaaa, ali oMmbtn oc the Amai- 
gamatBd Civil Rorvants of ranadt 

win meet tn tt., PrMvin- ( w i\ 
HervHIltA' ( liihr(x"iiii.>.j on Meiiyies 
Btreet al 8 o cir.rk ui ii;r t xeiuiu- 
Sevfral important matters will 
H a Rw i d at tha galti|i1*t. 



I fiTLAND. Ore.. Allttttt^ttM 
body of Rfahard Balland. Jr.. tMr- 
teen, gbB of the captain of the danee 

bargB Swan, todn, wns found in 
eight feet of watt-i lOn feet irom 
the point wheie t.ne ,s\amm *'»% 
rammed by tiir fipigiu^r Davenport 
In the rohinibi* River a waoT 
with a loa.N ni eight Uvea 

ON H£R LAST TW 



Waitraai— Maa |«tur ordar baap 
talumf 

Waliaa-Taa: aod aa haa,tha Kta- 
daoboif Una. 



The Nippov Taaaa ¥al<ia Hoar 

Shidsuoka Maru, an old frlaad of 
waterfroot worfears alaee iai4. when 

she arrlred OQ har malrirti \o\H«e, 
left here at 4-15 o'clock . e.AiPirlifv 
Bfenioon 011 tier la,',! ,aii here 8he 

be placed in service between 
'xpx'^ sod ■awth »wartea. irla Wpmh 

b« i Africa. 

Xo oonanaad of Oaptahi T. Sooe- 
rama, the vaaaal oafrtad Mna ftrit- 
claas paaaangars, «hlrty.«iabt third 
ciaas. thraa bag^ nf mall and tfioo 

tons of V-h. Itiinber. SMMhUMVy, 
111' d arce.sn<niaa. , 




Vancouver Isltnd Coach Lines, Ltd. 




*\in Our 
Routrn ire 



Ov«r thm MbldMH to Minaimo Dafly at ft30 A.M., ls90 P,M. ami 

61IS Pali. ' 



The Bus Is Your Friend 

It picks you up III tJ.iui>N \ !'i .ictically at ycur duoi -tt^p. It 
carries you, grently, swiftl), -au'ly and cconomiCcilly while you 
relax and eiijey the scenery and tlic thrill (.f inotitm. It never tires, 
Ir- 19 on, schedule, day after day, iiionili after month, for your 
cdtivcnience. If it sees your hand xaiawl, it stops. If you arc nyf 
there, it passes on, uncotnplain^ngr. 

II IS THE STEAMEiT FRIENI YON NAVE 
Fisharmen, N.B.I 

Sunday mornings, until further notice, a "spe- 
cial will leave for Brentwood, $1.25 return. (Alsg at seven 
©clock on. Good Friday and Emsttr Monday,) 



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Visitors, Don't forget! 

Our' coaches make four trips daily to the famous Butchftrt SunkeiT 
Oardcj)*. Aiidarcn'l^they beauti(oiI * ^ *f 



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Vjcti f is indna 
Victoria • 
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Waaaimo-Alberal.Pert AlberM 
OlWliasy.Campbell ttvar 
flStf Atberni-dreat C«lMl' SM 
•proat Laises 



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"or Frieas and Information Phon« 9i«0 or 92S1 

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WL ARL INIERNAiigNAL AND YUJLOWAV A(i£NTS 

CoMlfoCoaM 

Seattle to ^an i rancisco 



to 

bCciUlc to ioiiiaaU 



is»v y«rt> 



lo dmcharye a llgh* rarno frorn 
, Han Prannaro the Kmuiiey .Navl- 
calion Conpanvi! 8» Rmebank ar- 
rived at ogden Poin- d^xkji at 1 3« DK^«- n >cn 

> lock this maral^ii^ JmLmSS^ * "onc y^ou 



Seattle to tot AUfdAi 

(via SActvoeoto) 

Tickets to Aiyr "Yelloway" or "Intfrnationr.! 



Seattle lu jU»<, /\ngcie$ 
(via San Francisco) 

r'"itif' on Sale at '"'i;r 



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TTIK DATl.Y COT.ONTST. VTCTORTA. B.C. vSirNDAY, APRIL 6. 19J0 



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Vancouver Island 
Invites as Ideal 
Plajgroimd Area 

Much Attention Has Been Given by Hostelries. 
Stores and Garages to Comforts of Travelers 
During the Last Few Seasons, and Visitors Are 

Weicpmed to C^mf ocjpbie Hotels it All Points 

Scenic Attractions Are 

Everywhere Unrivalled 

WITH the rapirl uppNiiich nf w.innci wr-anur .11 i.sr;> t!ir 
annual problem oi Uie Summer vacaUon. WlUi Uils la 
mtnd the question th«t dfiMidi attttitlon Is thmt ot 
"Whc'c .'hall wi K" '" ''itv in tb# Doi!iliil(jn. tiia> .-uf- lN 
say the world, in so blessed by Lite |>r oM > Plty ol dellgliliul Summer 
reeort* m VMAia. WKhln the xuSm of e few miles Hee t riirlety 

of be,icht\s, wDodlaiui.'i ami m nii»ti^ln« that, fill the fvcrv v.i.s!i nf 
the vacationist. Vancouver isUUMi, wlUi its thoi^sands ol miles ol 
▼srted coastline, Its changtef aesnenr, InnitmeraMe Hikes and 

.streain.'S and va.st truft.s of uiifoiichccl tiinbor fcrin.s an irt'slstlble 
att{{lc^on to tije meeker for the pictureiique and unusual. 

TWs ClnDtio pUyground ofTers ' 
unique attnotkms to ttie buaineas 
num. to whom time lost In travellns 
U so much cut from his holiday. 
Ttit Southern end of th^ Island Is 



Playing Field at Eik Lake 




Vacation Guide 

Where to Go amd WImU to Do On Vanoemeer and Gulf Idands 



VICTORIA 





Kecreation I'ark and I ra^k. Biiilt hy thr Cuy of Vntona at llamaterley, 
Elk Lake Situated but a Frw Miles From the City IMts TWs la a 
l*'avont« Kesort m Summer. 



tlitprlurfd with .pleudld motor 
roadf-, !n;ikiiiK 1' '-i'-' •'m.s'. inattor to 
kff|) 1 nril.w ' w :t !i I he < 11 V V, liile 
•• iirro' 11 i(b il bv l.'i'' ImMiHv of 

rhc :i;i'Mi,ii tMicNt i itad is 

different tti the trueaa &ease ol the 
word. Pretty towns and settle - 
menta, fertile fam lands, sandy 
b sa ch s s , nined h sa dlsndi . ettab- 
inf • by easy gtades look across the 
Nue waters of the Gulf, dipping 
finwti throiiKh avenues of niKiintlc 
I rro.s tracts iintotirhed sliu r the 
Ilrvf u hif tiiari 1im)L in the 

comitry, such is tlM panorama that 
' liy^ at our rery deen. 

MANirii PKMNSl I.A 

Tb thn5;f- ' )sp intfrp.sts bid thotn 
keep II . 1 with ttic city the 
Saanlch peiunsula holds special 
attraetloB. Sydney, at the head of 
the penhisula. Is a procresdve 
nrill town, served by three UMtor 
ferries pljrlng on a daily schedule 
between the Island and the main- 
land. On the Western »i i' 
Mill Bay Forry cniinfcts nmii . ,<,i 
dirertlv wltli the I'liuirl Hl:rtnMiv 
The ril-i'rlrf '.<'t\cd |i\ r^.i f\- 
l elleiif hlKirA:i\' ''!•■ .iml \Vi .>t 

Saanlch roads, with a network of 
leod side ttiadB eonoeolkic thsm. 

sooKF ATTBACnOCNB 

The rugged seeaery of Sooke 
■arbor and vicinity fonns a tfls- 

thict contrast to the more pas- 
toral type found on the peninsula 

Savf ' '1^ M r c'xf*'!'!"!' • \' h:'-li 

Is bill t t \ - t'r f !! ! 1! ! I' 1 ?! Mill V ir - 
torla llii' ' ;!(' Imt l:!tlc r! i:i rii;»'(i 
since I!** '\\\'- v<.ti(!i the nujii'ts 
lieHdi-d Ml'- k: >ld i ':>.ii in ti> I i- ich 
Uivri li'idinii at, the nviith i.f th'^ 

Sookf" I.'i."r. On all sides y,i 

bounded by untouched Xorest. 
lake and strsaai. with the open 

Padflc Just beyond the beautiful 
haztor. To the right lien the road 
to Jordan Mead \MiidiiiK tx-sirle 
the sea, touching influv m uilihc- 
tlvp beach. The l>'s' of flshlng, 
himtlnc. bontlnif, hntfunt; rldlPK 
fliul t^'iiiii'i l,s a \ ,t ; l,( i)lc .-(t I'lr iminv 

up-to-date resorts establlslied 
here. , 

BY ISLAND BIGHWAY 
While these districts are but a 
short distance from Vlelscla It 
takes but very little loofsr to seaeh 
others, equa^ bsntlfttl. akof the 
Island Htshway. Through Col- 
wood. Ooldstream and over the 
MalalT;!t l)i:.r ^I'-.tor fhuis an 
excellent nmii to Mill Hav, the fur- 
ther landing of the Mill Bay-Brent- 
wood Ferry This beai h w:i 
« hoaen by nif^dlc;*! hui h< . it i' »\ 
the Ideal site lor the Queen iUU' 
andra Solarium, so healthful Is the 
a tmo s p hsw. A lllUe off the high- 
way Use Shawnlgan Lake, ofTsring 
every advantgfS fot freshwater 
sports, hunting snd flshln?. Cow- 
Ichan Bav holds the enviable 
rernrd of some of the flnesl .snlt- 
" ' ' I' '•hin(? to be found a ii\ - 
> "f P jiican, one of the mo.st 
I ' i towns In the Island, Is 
rapidly developing as the centre of 
a laige agrleoltural dlatilet, with 
'-n'v access to fresh and salt water 
<^nf. hunting and all Summer 
sports, and with a golf course on 
the outskirts of the town. Maple 
Bav merits lt,s name by the spread- 
liiK Iree.s that nhoiiml thi- Irind- 
lorlcrd .sea Brui:' • i. . cut 

throiiKli the suuoindhig ojuutry, 
boats, launches, fishing and bathing 
ass all to be had from a perfect 
beach. Oowkban Bfey has long 
been khown as a sportsman's para- 
dise, with mtlei of lake.t crying to 
be explored by launrli and boat. A 
Rood road connects tMs resort with 
the highway. 

f'hemalnus Is also a h'adquarters 
for hunting ami nslntiK, with a 
good beach Just on the highway. 
Between here and Nanaimo the 
road passes a series ol dtiightful 
beaches, with the iergaoos view 
•cross the gulf ever on the trav. 

right ITanano. a rapdly 
■rowing city, has easy arees* to 
Ideal hunting, nshing. and a thou- 
sand beauty spots A (folf . . ,; , 
lies within the city limits Dm 
Nanaimo lakes have won well-d^ 
served fa mo Vancouver boats 
ssrve Nun ,n a dally schedule. 
NOR1U OF NANAIMO 
To the North the road Ls rich In 
soenlc,beauty the whole distance. 
Parksvllle. the Junction of the is- 
I:»rid It; :. V nnd the Pacific HikIi 
way boa'> .some three miles of 
splendid hrarh nnd i'. the starting 
iK^'ii' f.>. n hundred different ttotsr 
d' The warm aafe hatWng 

along thU coast makes It a natural 
ehttdren's vlaifraiiai. 

Quahoum. with a weO-known 
golf eeurfee that^«lopes down to a 
shingle and sandy beaeh, Is hned 
with aftmrtlve \111«.s 

'">n !■. ;;■• M,,. ■ . , IIM 

( '.i.Dit-ri i 1 ,i k ■ H ■ ' 1 1. ' • , ,f I he 
A;i">ini M'l.i^uHM l-'-w si'pnes 
(Olid l.r Mioi.' iv.i' r ; ,1 than the 
siei'' "I II, is .j„,i ii-ounded by 
.stirer hlU.s, nurr<HUig the grSSU Of 
the foliage. Wltl^in easy rsstltl df 
this resort Is Stamp TaUs, whsre 
the Little QuaUmsn Rhrsr hurtles 
over steep reeks. 

AlbemI and Port AlbernI he at 
the tir-Hc' I ' • •,<< Alber:ii ( 



L.ong Beach which lies open to the 
Padflc on the Tofhio Arn; 

< <)M().\ 1>U TKU 1 
.North on iiip i.sland Highway t!ic 
road runs beside the sea from 
Qualicum, paet the reeorts of Big 
QuaUeom Bay, Fanny Bay, R^iyston 
and en to Courtenay. Here iritMn 
II comparatively short distance are 
the towns of Courtenay and Cum- 
berland ajid the distil • Iff Coniox 
Courtenay is within casv n^ai !i of 
the "Forbidden F'laiea'i a tiacl of 
virgin country, little explored ius yet 
Through this attra. t,\f. town now.> 
the CkNirtenay River. <;omox, 
Courtenay and Cumberland are 
famed for hunting, fishing, and a 
mass of hiking tripe, and bridle 
paths. 

Campbell ftlver. a port of eaU for 
north and ...>i.:h -bou. . .lOK^rs, 
l.s ttie headqni ricrs •>' -'■ '.iinous 
Tyee Cluh. difciiiiic inni iu rs for 
wlilcti itiu.sl have la iKht oiii of the 
lordly 'lyt-p SHimon with tackle ^f 
a certain weight. Close lure are 
the Klk ^Us, where the CampbelQ 
River thunders ^own into a nartow 



FINE HARBOR 
IS VALUABLE 

mm 



Sooke Harbor Has Been 
Famous for Many Dec- 
ades in Regard' to 
NbtHral- beauties 




ART HAS AIDED 

SCENIC GRANDEUR 



raVlne. 

FVwbes Landing marks fhr 'ir- 
'hest point of the Island H,- :,i(,iv, 
>i'u,ir,il (in tlie fAi-i' of ,' ;ta:n 'iin 
Parle. From here the trail leads into 
Buttle Lahe, thrsoi^ eountry that 'to the 



Sooke Harbor, rich in historical 
association as In scenic bsaitty. lies 
in the heart of rugged country, enn- 
blning the advantages of the seaside 
resort and t&A oT aTmountaln 
oamp. 

Less than an hour s drive fruni 
Victoria, It is hard to give an ade- 
quate description of the i\r--* ^'lirllp.se 
of Sooke Horbor Fo1!m\jiii!(; ii i:o.:d 
rnad that wlinis l .vccm r.-tt):-.'-; 
ravine.s, ilinil.-. acms-. n iink', iiilt/' 

to dip dnW!! rhioUKf'. !.':ict ''f M! 
k'in lliuber, the irotoii,'^ hrrats 



MANY PHASES 



Lcjuable Cliniale Has Stim- 
ulated Gose Settlement 
-Sidney Is Port of 
Entry to Motorists 



VISTAS OF SEA 

. AND WOODLAND 



'i'he sa^inich Peninsula, within an 
hour"! drive of Victoria, offiws at- 
tractions that few holiday seekers 
can re^t The centre Is elevated, 
running dowh la either eeast with 

y and we.steilv ilcpr No 
di£lricl can tx>ast a more equable 
and moderate cMmfte, wHlSh H 

shares *n coinpji iiv wiih thn whrilc 
of Southern Vancouver island. Two 
main highways meet at the nortti> 

< end iiiaki:' - possible to drUe 

in a coi!;)!!!";!- i u. Ir never ( lire 
ii i-e 



Cadboro Bay 
Hotel 



The ideal holiday reser t for profr^ 
s ta a al asd basioess men and then 
(amittee. At! Un<U of sport. Eighteen 
hole foil course wit Inn a mile. 
Atnericsn plan. Hr4t< t i >oms with 
liadi ( oiiir to (°j(l!'0|,) i>eforB tllr 
huninicr laies are in lortc. 



The Dominion 
Hotel 

TatcB Street at Blai 
Vkteru^ B.p. 



fiUuKlrrl HI tlir Hiiin.rsa, I^Mtfc 
and Stiopplik* Ceture . 
rirapTMif OarM* OPMatU 

Bedrfmm I« tn Out.»ld* Room. T.anri" nmi 
Furnished . Kq jlpprd Wllh Bvx fi'i.i.i;' 
■ Mil '(irlniorstt ' MftlUe&ses 
apoUr.li K<>4^rIls Wllh Rmln nSM $140 

sTsnuuK joNsa. f^ew 



SHAWNIGAN LAKK-MALAHAT 



Hamsterley 
Malahat 

Tea Rooms 



Aitciuuuo i fas, Light Lunches 
Ice Cream and Candy 
Indian Owioe and Postcards 
See the beautiful Saaiii. h Inlet from Ham- 
stcrley Malahat— the best view oa the drive. 



COWICHAN BAY 



AAA 
Official Hotel 



HOTEL OOtJGLAS 

Hm HoiUMi of Cpmfort and Hospitality 
Modern and fireproof Centrally 



Buena Vista 

Hotel 

Cowichan Bay. VX 



Under Vhm llaaacsMWl 

Entirely XadecOTSM 
Tisliing and Dock Shooting 
Spend Your Weck*End Here 



Empress Hotel 

VlCrOKlA. B.C. 



Tlip [..tl-iiMl (\tnjdi,,,) ]\, ific Hotel. 
Dinner dance every cvcuiug 'CXCept 

Saturday and. Sunday to Tndpr Grill. 
Supper dance Saturday cvcnibg, 9 to 



Prvwi*-Kan Raw Beautifully situated. Kh«te Wech 
V.^aWlCnan X-ancouver island ( o.ich Lines p„, 

Inn 



pass 

tlic door. Good hshing in bummer. 
Good hantloc In Wlolsr. Good aesls 
all the year round.. 



COWICHAN LAKE 



Hotel 
St James 



▼tCTOSIA'f FIIXPROOF HOTEL 

Close to tBeatre aad shoppinv -dietrict Bus 

meets ail trains and hnat^. RatM $1.50 up. 
Hot and cold water, public and private baths. 



Riverside Imi 

I«ake Cowichan 



Strictly modern hotel with private 
baths, Rood trout ll^hinK, canoeing 
down the river, hoatiiiK on the lake, 
rowhoats and speed Imain for hire. 
Swininiing, tennis and outdoor bad* 
Miaton. Otttkoifd SMtors far Mn^ 



In i^ictoria h h 

IHt; METROPOLIS HOTEL 



natM. tlM XJp! ffMrat* BaUi. ta.ts Da. 



rawraoor 

aic. 



The 

Lakeside 

Hotel 



'Whtn f uhenmn il/ssT* 

^ >i) will enjoy every minute of your visit 4o 
Cowichaii Lake. Spend a week or two • • • 0^ 
just a weekend at this popukf Island rsgerv 



NANAIMO 



thrf)iiKhi the 'rcfs t , si-f the o, ner | leaving rond- th.if are in pi-rfert 

Sooke basin before him. From here igendltj|0P. following the £ast Sa&n 



the ttiad whidilfeh BpoS the aaotorist 



driven 



T-r 



Looking Across the Sooke Harbor 



HOTEL STRATHCONA 

Mpdom— fireproof— Popular Pricot 
Donglao aii4 Courtnoy Stroatg 



SAANICH PENINSULA 




PRIVATE PARTIES 

\Vr will make -i"- i! arrangcniem 5 lor private parties. 
Ai ' Mioon teas and Iniulies. Daiuini? every Saturday 

ni.,'1' See our line ot inijiorfrd \voo!rn<; 

HAMSTERLEY-LAKESiPE 




Malaspina 
Hotel 

Nanaimo. B.C. 
Ca»tmJn R. H. Harriaen 



■sadlna yolat sf 



Um ciMst aa 



This hotel ii aiuiaue 
Nan^mo lUrh«r. attmUm 
view ft tiM aiMMMdiai 

a ■Bsatiissai view or 

MWtaUM. Th« hoM la bMaUMUr fvnilslMd. aaS 
Um eulaiiM U of the boit. maklna it a poralar 
r«n4MT0U« for all vldtlng Vancouver Island. 



QUAUCUM .BEACH 



Qual 



iriim R**arh Optu* on April 17. Why don't 

Hr»f *al there or trying to catcl 

1 lULCi The greens are akMI 

QualKUni licach, V.I. Kates from $5.tX}. 

HI8 Milrv North of Victoria on the Island Highway 



The Chalet 

Deef Cove^ VJ.. 



Afternoon Teas and Lunches 

Dijjner Parties by Arrangement 

l<irst ( 'f , . 'I', ' ' -iirt 

I'h'inr Si Ir.r; S.'I'" 



Brenta Lodge 

P.a ML Mo^ 1. taanishlM 

Brent woo.l Ray, 
Saanich Arm 



A beautiful vacation resort. Close to 
Butchart's Gardens, the Malahat and 
Brentwood College. Fishing, bathing, 
tennis, etc. Famed for its salmon and 
chicken lunches. The Mill Bay Ferry 
Stage passes the grounds. 
m 



On These ProtSCtcd W.itets h Yachf Mav Ridr at An horaRe ,ind Small 
Safety. Soohs , Harbor Every. Yeai lhaws More Attention From I 
' ' Resort 



May CooM and Go in Perfect 
Tooriaia an Ideal tnnuner 



iie^ as quiet aod unbraken aa In the 
days when the Indian hsld undis- 
puted sway. 

Witli the.se re.sort.s at our dlspa«ial 
the majority of them within a few 
hours' drive, tliere l.s no reason why 
the Victorian and ■ the toiu-ist 
should be in the .slightest quandary 
as to the direction In which bis 
steps shoiid hqp, whsn ca pleasurs 
bent. 



I beside the sea w|t)i the vista of the 
hatbor .■.hnwiiif ihi ..ivU tf,. •■r<>s, 

.SnvircM • 1. H t: I flat. 

.'■ - i' > I I \ r !,(>ach 

A lew :.f t.ifji.,- ,1,1, the road 
crosses • ti. K. Kiver. and int. 
the setMemeut of Sooke Harbor. 
Elevated above the river, on a pri- 
vately owned plateau., stands the 
Belvedere Hotel, looking across the 
harbor to the distant American hills 
This resort has a charm all its own. 
that of perfect comfort, ea.sy acres.s 
and the finest irifal-^ situated In a 
paradise nf mo;ii,ra;:, 'ii'iim ami 
sea. A rtdiiiv .h nd- Miy is attached 
to the ' siMiii. iw CM' where one 
may procure trained mounts With 
which to explore the forty miles of 
bridle paths whleh are opened up. 
Prom here leads the oM Leaeb River 
trail, where the eager miners headed 
the famoos gold rush nearly seventy 
years ago. Hunting and fishing 
abounds. bathlnK, yachtlnsr. plcnlck- 
ln« and tennl.s. together with golf 
on Ihf famous ('olwo.>d i ii':s only 
fort', 11, Hint'. r i.'c I. , 'inblne 

to make t h 1 ! '".i '1 ! 1 1, i ' ■ i , (1 u .« 



I CI 



with an advance from 367.000 
tomists In 1928 to 405,000 vLsltors In 
1929. and an iiicrea.ne of vlsitinK au- 
tomobiles from 20. ."132 in 1928 to 
33,605 last \cai , the tourist Influx to 
Victoria and Vancou.er Island last 
year aK^in re;!flstered another sub- 
stantial increase. In 1022 180,000 
people and 0.000 automobiles aohie 
to this city, so that there has been 
a steady annual growth In the tour- 
<at bus basas durhy rseeot years. 

According to Domlfllea Govern- 
ment report.s. forelim automobiles to 
the number of 4.508.808 came Into 
Canada laM .'Summer This l.s an 
IncrciiM i.( ««:! :!.',3 cars over 1928. 
F"'-ci V |u II, , e enjoyed a sutMtantial 
i;' !: toiirlKt traffle. 

I ' 1. ,ii an est 111 It" of three per- ' 
iii; to each ear ai)ovc figure.s 
<!' • |)rp.s.sive as to the number of 
'•'iin the United States vrtio 
viAitcd Canada last year. The totals 
will set sutlstleladi figuring the 
Mnoiro t of m qoey this multitude l*tft 
In the eeunlry and emphasizing the 
treat bBportanoa to Oanada of Mo 
tourtattraac. 

Ontario Is the banner tourist t long sandy bar that protects the en 
province, more than 75 per , en 1 1 to the harbor. The manage - 

(3,50.'i .soo> of the total tourtr • . i ment supplies 
cles entrriiiK Canada having oine 
In through Ontario ports. Of the 
increase over all the Dominion of 
R«.1 .l.S.t no fewer llian 743 338 were 
«r,n.,Mt,<,| f.„ hv the lnerea.se In 
'' ' ' (^urhe, had a gain 

; ' 000. Britieh Colum- 

u ' J ' ",000. New 

Biumwick. ;m.ooo. and Baskalehe- 



but half an hour from the city when 
he U arrested by the sight of a blue 

lake. Ilk Lake, beside which the 
k l av riin.s. Is Unsurpassed for 
bathing, with sandy 
beaches refreshingly flecked with 
shade. At a wayside Inn. the Ham- 
sterly Lakeside, the thinsty traveler 
may be served with old p.iikH.sIi 
afternoon tea. uit.h fresh fnilt and 
LH'vnnshlre i ream Facilities for 
bathlnjf an! tioiiime uiih costumes 
for 1,1, p are to be had. Every Sat- 
, ! 'v night a flve-pieoe orchestra 
diaws large numbers from Victoria 
for dandBc on a splaadld floor. 



Wilsona 
Inn 

Deep Cove, V.L 



Modern sesfront hotel. DInoerg, afternoon tees 
and dancing. Good fishinf. boating, tennis courts, 
half-mile from North Sasnfch Holf Course. Gov- 

ernmriit ]'•" .. • 

WrIU WUaoM laa, D««» Cot«, V.L rhoa* SMMr SSX 

DaUy 



Qualicum Beach 
Home Sites 

Summer Cottage* 



P. H. BULLER 
Resident Agent 

W ienss, J4X. HQ 



I 



Ben Bow Inn 



Beautifully situate<l on the seashore 
with a refreshing hackdround of 
cedar and maple. Wonderful view. 
Real comfort, end the best of home 
cooking. Select, yet ineifieostvc 

All Stages WiU Put You Off at the Door 



Bayyiew Camp 

Qnaliami Beach, B.C 



Summer rotnges and cshins. <^n 
most secluded part of Oualicum 
Reach. .Special Mies for May and 
.1 M n e RMsrve early. For ntcs and 
]M.tiiiiiars wrMo ft LiMb Qmmho 



SOOKE 



The Belvedere 
Hotel 

SOOKE HARBOR, V.I. 



One hour's drive to Sooke Harbor 
over perfect road. Afternoon tea, 
londies and <1' '■ - 



! 'i 



P-'n!',iid Hr. 

PItonc Bcvedcrc, Sooke Harbor 



■OAO TO SimfBT 



nvid 
farm 



III 1 



II, 



Fi on , ike H;i : I » h 
•o V, liitfcM S'lm 
' nr S, K k !• i I :i ; I >( ; ( 'ii;n ( ! 
I Kii , ; ; iK spar*- I! , ,t 1. I »<• a. J ■ ] ; • f ' i '.'i 
eijlllpped ruh:i;-i Wl'll or WlilUMlt luii 

hoi! id HIP I'* The whole has run- 
ning waLer. shower baths and sani- 
tary equipment. TcnnLs players will 
find saesilsat courts. The camp Dee 
unOsr o ■rave ef beautiful dogwood 
treea, hi a aotural park-like coun- 
try, at the head of Whtffen Splt. a 



lakeside the 
..h "< ii-cuiuvated 
''>' ''>'^< is topped 
and a Kiorions viata breaks In View. 
Across the blue SSO. OVCT the tops of 
Uie intervening Ishusds Is a etavle of 
gleamhig anow peaks, stretching 
•way as far as the eve .•,\ reach. 
This Slirht Is one whii i i seldom 

lost on Of K.r < !?,,nd !;,d(i.M . Ihr 
tandlnr pla. r Mmnl.u.d 

fr I I les opci M ' 1 1 11 
'l!e a t ,1:1 r 












The W 

Farm 

SOOKE. V.I 



Chicken Dinner, $1 00. Tarties spe- 
cialy catered for. Phone for reserva- 
tions. Modern accommodation for 
oaict holiday, eajoyfaic raal farm Ulc. 
Private beach. 



SUNSET INiN 

Qualicum ficsch 



Moderait 
Scswatiofl Should Be Made for 
the Easter Holidsya 



Morgan Qualicuni'g most comfortable and home- 

Hotel Hght on tiM beach. 

Stageg pass entrance. 

S3Q 



•Mlkaai 



MIIT ALBERNI 



Qf^^l»^ fl ^y i MM* ■''^'^ holiday resort for profes- 

• sional and business men and their 

Camp 

(Whiffon Spit Beach) 
tOOKB, V.I. 



families. Situated m virgin forest on 
the Straits of Juan dc I'"uca an<l Sooke 
Harliot, combining unrivaled <,coiuc 
beauty with bracing sea sir and restful 
surroundings. Tenti end caMns. 



SHAWNIGAN LAKE— MALAHAT 



• ■•I :nr 



n )Ot ri| 

OI - a r 1,1 K-'l - 

ieveloplng town 

devekipinent to 



.o".. ^'""^ «^ • cerUin penal In- 
sMtution recently received a eaO 
from the warden, who said: 
"I understand you got in pi 



prison on 

mill I Tie prn«,- 



aseeuut of a glowing 
peetus " 

"Yes." admitted the K'n:;enianly 
prl.soner. "I was qnlt'^ optimistic.- 

well, ■ eoniiniird the warden. "Ihe 
novernor 



its own farms. 

The Wayside Parm caters to iivr.r 
who desire a complete rest fion aii 
outside dl.sturbances rhis is an 
Ideall', .self -contained re.sort with a 
pi i . a'elv owned beach warm and 
' I'l ; r children The farm Is well 
eg lipped tn arrr.inmodate visitors. 
Bpecia',i,':riK m lionie cooking, and 
boasting ail modem oonventenes*. 
With telephone and an eaosDeot 
road It Is easUy 
parent seelusloR. 

Wllh ' i e5( 



ii,e Sidney Lumber Oonpany. whloh 
concern forms th* shM faidtMtry of 
the town. ImprorenMnts and reno- 
vation has been carried out recently 
by the Sidney Hotel, six rustic cot- 
tages bshlg added last veor in order 



to provide for 
patroni AJnr 
ney ate 
beaehe-. mid 

tari;;M, ,11., .11 
.Sidne^ h,.., 

rPA' !;eri liv ;i I 



The 

Forest Inn 



miB INK BEAUTIFUL" 
The Forest Ina is five minutes hy automo- 
bile or Isuneh from the Sl.awnif^an I.akc 

Station on the E. & N KaihN.<y 

Afternoon Teas Served — Sad<lle Hordes 
F. C. MASON-HURLEY, OtMKr 



Somas Hotel 

POBT AL8BINX 

District Headquarters for Tourists 



Noted for Its Comfort and 
Excellent Cuisine 



Good Eats 
Cafe 

"Ask Anybody* 



Port Alberni's 
Letding Caft 

Tourist Inforaution Buraoo 



ALBERNI 



d 



Miime ; 

! fx- ' ' f -im ,Sul 

'.'f .)f:iKi!if..! 

(\ Hestliavpii Huni- 

iK- half miles from 
n a Uttis 
'!««>, Hsreaie 
blned all Uie healing powers of a 
complete rest cure, together with the 
best medical attention. Close e r 
is an ensellent golf cotirae at r . , 
Cove. Numcron-, .'-''in. ! . r 
are established ai.mu the : 



Mill Bay Inn 

MiU Bsy. V.l 



Fishing, luncheons, dinners, aft' 
noun teas, boating, picnic greun< 

Camping Sites— Batbiog 
Pefreshments 
t Us Today 
A. W. di J. R. Curtiss-Uurst, Props. 



'1' 

iwes 
ine 



ap- 



l-Yom hfie ma , oe reached Central I rions In nrt^m. i ''^^ ** oondi 



Irani yott to Write 



A^: '■.■t,i(/rf) ti'M' Htf.ke ilarbor 
'>'■•' ■• " snifv hold j,„i I ;, ular at- 
traction for every type of* visitor. 
Green hills and sparkling water 
beckon from a dlstrlst that Is tapped 
by an evweflent road and esrved by 
dally stage 



a nuaSbsr of prtvaAa eottages may 
be Made. Only four miles from the 

Sidney ferry slips and l«enty-two 
miles from Vletorln I>i-ep Cove Ic 
e«s\' nf arci»M fl..spir*. m f,*Tliided 
fti^lK-et The Wilsona Inn, right OQ 

the sea f I oni, a0OT llMie OltVMlleM 

In full 

! Brentwfxid ftir ^taitiin i>o|ot of 
the Brent wo(xl Mill Bav iftry is 
a favorite res<-»rt Brenta l.o<lKe 
l(x>ltlnR up the bav draws many 
fHunmier visitor', who take advanl- 
riiBv f Xiire- -. Ha!|>.. m^r- of I hp Nwif.s and laiinehee fOT 
inK flshinif fer.Mn ,,M,:f <)!iuierK ' lure in ndditton to lunches, teas and 
ifa* . oiiiHi -.iBtion b: hr- rlav ^plpnriirt »ecommodatlon. TIm Aa, 

(week 



COVE ATTRA( TION8 
Tills may l>e said to Ve the Mrth 
end .r ti,r Wcet Bond. From here 
we inrn .south, ttRMih green tun- 
nels of leafy fcOaga. ttnergtoc 
agate on the ssa sheiu the view has 
changed to One across the watem 
of FInlayson Arm to the arreen pan 
orama of the Ro<ike Hills Hie rwij 

Cove Chalet nils ev.>rv Ish that a 
■" iinmeT vi-ifor ma v expre-.-. Hat h- 



or nooiii, or a seiecUon Xrom chesMs Zba 



irround- 



farther up the tm, 
attractions to thoae who 

and lunches in hea t.f i 
ings. Close here too are ine Ben 
venuto Gardens, famous t 

throughont the rmintrv 

In a.ldiHi.r, !■ tl .e ' >. i 
» n V V !ii<-ii ( ini ,<'d Hi" I " 
I ot.ei rd •all I) U""fi 7'md 
up inlle'i of M eiiii !»#>(» ," 



Arlington 

Hotel 

AIJU. RNI 



"A HOME ON THE ROAD** 

Centre of the l-'ineit Tourist and Fishing 
District en Vancoaver Island' 



COMOX 



"The Elk" 

Comes Bay 

Train or Stage to Courtenay 



iih- 
.tuia is j 




An Wagtish Seaside Country Inn 
with a charm all its own. Good 
headquarters im the Forhldden TIs 
teau. Coif, tennis, riding. lishiiiK, 
bathing, boating. Marvelous moun- 
tain scenery and tnvigoraltog eltauts. 



CAMPBELL RIVCR 



I.lfle I>o|;y 
poli|t<.f1 tliHt tier 

was white. Her 

her hi school that every fourth eWld 



a >■ depp; ) (11 .,( ; ; 
new tiBby bfotlie: 

teactter had told 



was a CUnoas. ani il» Ml>^ 
losing ittrwast lo a UpaCwe 



hody Stavs St the 

Willows 

Ctmpbtii kivri 

Headquarters, Tyee Clob of B.C 



Fresh and Salt Water Fithliif 
Hontinf 




Third SEaiON 





MAfiAZWE fEATURES 



1\<). I(M)-SKVK!NTY-SF<:()!\I) YEAR 



VldORIA, BKiriSH ( (H.IIMBIA, SUNDAY, XJMUL 6, 



Great Britain and the 




Overseas 



PENAin Of 
DEATH ACTS 



Attempt SuHpeetod 
Life of (Fovemor 




1.(1! (I f^iidgenuui, Former 
Home Secretary, Favors 
Retention of Ca|Mial 
Funichment 



SELECT COMMITTEE 

HEARS EVIDENCE 



C li ,i ; > ! i 1 n of Wormwood 
bcrubs i^rison Rr!if\(^ 
Existing Law Should 
Be Continued 



Lord BrldcnMn. Home Secretary 
tioax l822*M,Ja.ililo« AvidHiM b»- 
fort th» Mktft eonuBlttoe of the 

House of Common! which is consid- 
ering the capital pmilsbiiient bill, 
laid that the Home fleeretary coa- 
side red every caM In Which sentence 

of death had b?en pa.isci o?i tli« 
Home Secretary 8 desli was always 

bafere him a eanapMa lial «( the 

ptople who had bem lenteneed to 
death and the dates of their exeeu- 
tkms. He was never allowed to for- 
get it. Th". Horn'* Secretary often 
found \ V ( iiisidrrabl? difflculty 
when he mine t > c mslder certain 
cases, he dectd'' i > ;v i'l OB ItfS OWn 

independent Judgment. 

"X am esrtalnly ta tator of the 
ooQtlnuance of the 
Lord Brldgeman said, 

IS THE ONLX. DimSKNT 

It WM the oeif detamnt. la hts 
▼tow. to mmder; and he could thtaik 
of no Improvement on the present 
system. He did not think anv other 
plan of review the scnt^iir • v.-.)ii!d 
be nn Improvement nn thai of I'-n'.'- 
r i.\ for ' linriTc .'f 'hi- H"irie 
Serretarv, wtio wa.^ a liuiK.m being, 
generally with a good deal of 
knowledge of the world and gtn- 
traUy very oonedentlous. Be did not 
toelleva that, so f ar tli* «liMieM 
of obtaining Justice were eoneemed, 
the rrimlnal would b:i .e ,-miv better 
rhftiii/^ tf he had hi- i-f reviewed 
li-. ,11. , kind of judne or judsrei^. 

Mr. W. H. Ajrles (BrUtol, N.. Lnh.) 
—Do joa think that a board of 
three persons. Including the Home 
Secretary, would be prefenbto to the 
present method? 

"No. I do not. I think the fact 
V\fi' tiie Home Secretary has hlm- 
scU and his oonsctonoo to deal with 
makaa him eoMldsr eftch case more 
oarvfuMjr and men eoMotontlously 
than If he could share the Nsponsl- 

MF vvs (n rmsoN < iiapl.mn 
Rev WliU.' < trell. rhaplaln of 
Wormwood Scrubs Prison, expressed 
tbt m>lBlMi that. In the Interests of 
the ftommunlty. capital punishment 
ihoold be retained. He had wlt- 
neased fUteen executions. He 
thought that men who were re- 
prieved and sentrnred to imprl.'^on- 
inent for life should not l>e plunged 
into the world after fifteen or 
twenty years without any knowledge 
of the changed conditions they had 
to faee. They might be given a day 
off oeiBaetenally— aflywed out on 
parole, get a Uttto eiparto ace tog 
outside world, and latum to iNlaoB. 
He would like to see a shorter period 
iiian fifteen years as the life sen- 
teiwe 

Mr (" .'frell ron.^ldered that the 
reten'. n f li^e d-atli j)enaltv acted 
as a deterrent, esperiailv in pre- 
venting burglars from rnrrying fire- 
arms. From his knowledge of hun- 
dreds of thousMlda of the under- 
world of Loodon b* Mt that. If it 
were not for the existence of the 
death penalty, dangerous criminals 
would risk tiiking revolvers With 
them lli^v wniild Intend to .^hoot 
^ l y to malm and get away, but it 
■Jfht inn lead to murder. 

PRINUPli UlMkS 

mm mvi 



MeUve ef tllB Mm* That 
•f Serelee ta 

Saya Leelarer 




This Customer ti 
Mvidently » Cood 

Onm for tkB tub 



\ r tk 

i' \ Ml din 



th* 

g l^icenclnij .Session."! 
a public hoi.Lse .strviiig a vU 
lag'" of oiilv ninety -live people 
v.a.s alleged to be reduntlanf. 
A iK>lice lii:>i>eclor .said he 
vlalted the premLvs, the 
Hurllngton Inn, Hurllngton, 
on one occasion and found 
Oldy four customers present. 
■ooM ttaa later he paid a 
eeoond vlalt aad agata found 
four eostooMra preeent the 
same four. On a third visit 
he found OOly OIM CU.;tomer 
pre.sent one of the original 
four ITie magi.'strate ad- 
journed consideration of tlie 



Monks Give Sanctuary to Unusual Case 



SUl QJIOmtKY DK MONT- 



>U«aivi ay*!* wboM llf* 

la Mm e>Hhne el 



MEDUEYAL 
ART EXimiTiON 
WniUOPENED 



An exhibition of ChfllBh medlaetal 

Virtoria 

M-i 14. by 

j) (if < ^ai:' I ! biiry. 
luaii"^ !.,(. ■ t" en 
Kngli>h . .i" ;»■.■! rail 
from corporations. 



;i : ' .V ; . . • ip'" 
•lUil :\AH- W'i 

the Ari lihi.Nti' 
Many vaJu.ible 
promised fiom 
and churches. 

coOegas and other aotpevate bodies 
and fram private ewnari in Great 
Britain and abroad. These will be 

exhibited in chronological order in 
the North Court, topether with the 
finest of th<; kindred works Of art 
In the mu.seum collections. 

It Is believed that in this way an 
unprecedented opportunity will be 
given for the study of the achieve- 
ment Of Xngltoh artists and crafts- 
men pt the idddto Ages. The 
exhibition will remain open until 
September, and will so cover the 
period oC the Lambeth Conference. 



BQtNARDSIlAW 
HaPEDBANO 
ATOUI"VIC" 



Cgildn]t Do Much as Bell. 
With (kfpipe ami I^>ker 
to Hit It With, \k 
Confesies 



MADE HIS DEBUT, 
ALSO HIS FAREWEU 




Sttmday Bmdbig 
BmdforSmtdU 
Verdiei of Club 

THE Ross-on-Wve BowUng 
Society, Sc.iiaii.i has de- 
( ided after a heatod debate, 
no' ti) play bowls on Sunday. 
Mr. J. Pembridge made the 
suggestion at the annual 
meeting when he asked the 
members not to pay any at- 
tentlea to "astflsh aai pitvlsh 
Sabbatarians who OtralaB to 

leave the club if othen play 

oi) Sunday ' Mi < Jarrood, a 
olirlfor. led the opiVKsltlon. 
" No man he .\aid. mn plav 
1k)w1s on Hunnav afterinMni 
vad sa ve iila soul by going U) 



H MADE 
EASy DUPES, 



FaaciiMiting Young "Count 
of Boulogne** Goes to 
Jail for Defrauding 
Spinsters 



iiomniiii 
f ALTORy m 



nPHfi monks of Downside Abbey, near Bath, England, have given sanctuary to a man who declare 
S every man's hand was against him. They have by their act provided an epilogue to one of tht 



ed that 
e most 

hafflitig aiui scnsjtiofiai murders of the late eightiea. for the man they have befriended states that he is 
Ch.irles Par ton, who, at the age of eighteen, was sentenced to death for murdering John Fletclier. a jus- 

The above pictures 
Ua ia ae^ 



tier of tlir p-ace, town tounciUor. and wealthy manufaitur 



abow the p i ftHrc s^ i i e okt £aiUal» abbejr. and, iaaet. ChacUa P< 

laa grownoauiui or 



Mandyrt«r.^ E n|[land. 
Dowoaide Abbey. 



Six Millioi! 
Subject to 
involvi.iK 



Workers Arc 

K''';.'iilahon8 

' ^n Hours 



ONE IN FIVE NOW 
WEARINO CLASSES 



British FyeeIgM U Net fNeel In 
WerU Oeemaay aaf HA 



The people of Oreat Brttala are 
beeomlng a natte oC qwotaUa- 
gaasrs. 

AttthoriUce ealeidata that gtaases 

are us»<! hv between 8,000,000 and 
9.000 000 i)eop|p. as compared with 

.«> ono 000 tucnty years ago. Tills 
liieai.., th.1t one pe:s,'n lii five 
throUKhout Ml'- J v ipij 1 1. i : ;;|..)\ ' 

Infancy sees life through glasses, and 
the number of weak-eyii people Is 

constantly *»**tfHllT^ 
No census has ever been taken of 

spectacle-wearers, but a variety of 
factors enable the calculation to be 

made with accuracy. 

"I should say that four out of 
every ten adults In Great Untijin 
wear speetncles, * said Mr. J. H. Sut- 
rlllTe iegistr.ir of the Joint OOUUCU 

Of c^uaUOed Optldans. to a grtas 
repreeenUUva. 11 to iirnkabli that 

two more out of ten ought to be 
wearing spectacles. Almost every 
i'ti'> .Her the age of forty-flvc w?ars 
^.;li^^.^e'.. If not on his nose, at least. 
In his wai.stc,;at p.x kei (;ia.sses 
have been Lssued to 600,000 persons 
under the National EtoaUb Insur- 
ance scheme alone. 

"It Is protMble that one child out 
of five attending school suffers from 
a defect of eyesight. Modem condi- 
tions bring out the defecLs In eye 
sight. Strain l.s produced by con- 
centration on a nx"d focus More 
study Is done in childhood because 
children remain longer at school." 

It U generally agreed by opticians 
that Brittoh eycslgbt to aiadually 
worsening. British eyMlim* -tiow- 
ever. Is not the worst in the world. 
Ocrmany Is given first place, with a 
miich heavier percentage of short- 
sightedness. Tile United .States Is 

also above Oreat Briuin In the list. 



TllB "Old Vic" has temporarily de- 
serted Shakespeare for Bernard 
Shaw, and his "Androcles and the 
Lion." and "The Dark Lady of the 
Sonnets" are filling the famous 
I playhouse with enthusl&stlo aud- 
I lences. This is Mr. Shaw's first ap- 
Ipearance as a dramattot at '^The 

V|r ■• bu» In a le*>r hp writes to 
Mib6 Uaylls, the manager, he states 
that ha ««nl tiMae tal a pnfaaslonal 

capacl'v more than flfty years ago. 

"Towards the end of the 1870's," 
he «Htea, 1 «Mda my debut and 
.'iiso took my tarawalL as what the 
Italians call a "ifaMllD,* In the or- 
chestra, undar the baton of a 
Signor aamiiam, by lUltaf up the 
gaps in an anything-but-fun band 
on a gra;,<! p a.; > ;< performance 
of p.cts of Fau.-,! 1 lid 11 Trovatore,* 
for the improvement of the masses. 
I flatter mvself tiiat the Anvil 
Chorus has ■.••Idom. If rvr K"ne 
with more spirit than on tliat occa- 
rioa; anyhow, if Uie masses were 
not Improved, It was not my fault. ■ 

Mr. Shaw also relates how, when 
he was acting as stage manager on 
another occasion, he was such a 
faihire as ihe hM in the Miserere 
In -U itovaton," that the prima 
donna struck at rdieanal and 
silenced htm. 

"Bvt What could I do." he adds, 
plaintively "with a length of gas- 
pipe on a string and an eld poker 

to hit it wlthr 

EASTBOURNE TO BUY 
DEVONSHIRE PARK 
FOR FUBUC USE 



NATIONAL CENTRAL 
LIBRARY TO RECEIVE 
A TREASURY GRANT 

An institution whl.^h fur s-nie 
fourteen .'.ear.i li.i.s been pei fonr.in^j 
a .s.!u,'ij:arly u.seful public sf)\,< r hft-. 
met Its reward 'I'his ;s the 

National ('I'liTal I,;l)! ii',. a* it is 
hencefortli to be called, or the Cen- 
tral Library for Students, as it has 
been known hitherto^ whldC in ac- 
cflWiaBee with the reeommendations 
of the Royal <" .minis .ion o-i Na- 
tional Mu.seum , ,f ! ( iallfri^-s. i<; 

al) Mi' t" receive ;i iievn i onst !t u" ion 
and li i;i :int ol !:( ooo fi om th>^ 
tre:i-;:\ The libraiv li nou' a 
prim i'.ul ( urce by wlilch student.s 
can oi;t.iiii the rarer or more expen- 
sive book* wMGh they need; and. I 
whito tt deab dtreetly #lth not a few I 
of them. It i.s hi n-) .sen.s" n I(t<,i! 
llbrao'. since ukvsi, of it.s loans are i 
condiii fed througli other libraries 
wi:a inch if Is in ;\lliance. 

LIBKARy SCHEME 
EXPANDS OREATiy 



ia Weal Blitag eT York- 
NMr PrevMe fw Neede ef 



MOVI.NG PICTORE 
SHOWS ILLEGAL 



In One Case Permlseisa for Baaday 
b 

It is 



MISER'S HOARD OF 
MON£YJ)[SCOV£»£D 

Stranjte Disclosurci I-oIIoh Meath Of 
Aged Man Who Refused te 



Bastboume Town Council has ap- 
proved a .scheni'- for the purchase 
of Devonshire T.irk The negotiat- 
ing rommlttee rerominpnded that 
th- II. am buildings Ih> bought for 
£30 oOO and an a^arrnuoit ent.ered 
into for the pxuxhase of the ground 
for fS5.000. The main building, it 
was stated, would baeome a perman- 
ent home for tito mimlelpal orchaa- 
trr>. nnd wouM be tBvahiabte Ibr vis- 
it mg conferehpea. 

Devonshire Park, a group of 
buildings set In about twelve pert; 
of grounds, was opened to the pub- 
lic as an pmusement centre hi 1S74. 
The btilldlngs include halls where 
oonrerti nnd dances are given, a 
lecture hall and reading-room, and 
there are also a tea hou.se and thea 
tre. In the grounds are facilities 
for games as well at 

awlnunlng tiaths. 



Mr. F. W. Ooodenough, lecturing 
ki eanaioUan with the individualist 

■M,M rment at Caxton Hall. London, 
.said the question was asked re- 
cently: "Whleh waa the OMre Im- 

port^int. prlnelple or pollry?" 

Prln'^lple was Ir. mutable. Invarl- 
iililc. polwv w a.s ln\ n 'lah!\ oi ac 
rordance T\ltli thr miii idun' i 
knowledge and .ij ;'!'.i'' '■>' prm 
clple regarding i. -"k of-' 
When he spoke < ' ,,(•.. - jam. • 
of prtndple he meant the lmp<»-tance 
of (oodnees aad rtght^ eondact as 
to mere tsifttltnttf, wMch 
by silfleh- 



mill 



O/f/ Motorcycles Lngage in R 
Kace From London to BHglUon 



T 



ROU8AMD8 of spectatOTi llBlBt tha flfty-two-mUe road from 
Londo 

crock" motorcycles, nil built prlo- to lau. racing at fipercJs 



I^mdOQ to Brighton on a recent Sunday saw some sixty "old 



a n hour. In the Pioneer Run. 
he moit papntor epoitlaf 

K»d 



Tlie wbele basic principle or iif" 
for tha Individual must be thr> r 
servire to the mmmunlty of wtu. i, 
he termed p*" ' if a man waa 

(' ilnr to be )m<I1 mVii\1i.;' 'n hi', out - 

1. Mik lie !!. '!!'■• '1 I t «. ir-iv» 

t.> lii.s fellow « liv i igl.' piincipl'' 
I hnt was v hy li" fel» prlnclpl* v. -:*-. 

t«PMiaUy vj^ to aU who put in- j 



orca.slonally approaching iwentv mtlr 

.^vent which 1.;..'. • d • , Ix- t.tir 
. ures ever held on tlie Brlghi'.n 
Starting from Croydon Alrdronn- Mir entrants, perched on the 
hi»Th frames of their old machines, tUMl difficulty Itt 
o»ing to the crowds, but by tha ttoM Hii!rtll had 
thr field was beglnnlT^ to stnggto eat 

Mr. A. O. llaynolda, aMve a ee aato med to measuring speed tn 
hundreds of miles per hour, for he wb<! the official timekeeper f ir 
the Bduiekler IVophy internet . nial «i! i-ontr.s* held .hsI '.ir-.ttriv^ir- 
" >de an old machine salvaged from 11 '.. tan !;< mi. t rn] ■m' 
Horthv In his own home Mr F T T u! ii: - t mukv. a built 
•' '• '•• "I 'ieeti . r.i.'i.io nhi^ tt- ten dru ng a lathe and 
grindstone Mr A. N. TToughtoa was seen OQ a 1804 mount which 
had changed hands aMMf I^Mi ani wbMk IM amfttd far fbtf 
shillings complete. 

A feature of the trial WM tha Mnktr af veU-kaown racing 
motorcycle Mmi who ware tiniMinlim Mr. Oraham waiker. 
wtonar of the faeteet road laea for motewiyulea aad of many 
Oontlnental touris' trophy laan^ had ooMHtonMa Mktfto to 
starting his I9li Rudne ' ' 

Altotrelher flft\ -dx n1 r.-.r . ,!-, wvr^i ,(at'rv, ,-,5 Hr;c?'.in 

wher^ thp ^urviMtia- ,na. o,,,^-, .lUplaycd beside their IWO 

• ir^. fnd'U!t,« FT.r ,l,.rf y.-^r*- 11... Vioi^f^ OUP. aWBlded fOT tlW 

best i>e:furmaocc. was won by Mr. McMab Ott llto 



•When the county circulating 
library scheme was started in the 
Wcet Riding of Yorkshire in 1922 
there were 900,000 people in the 
county who had no faculties for ob- 
taining books from a public library. 
Under the scheme 800.000 of these 
people have beea provldad with 
library facflltles." 

In these words Sir Per- v .TaekMa, 
chairman of the West Hiding (York- 
•sluie) Education Committee, de- 
scribed the progress of the scheme 
for bringing books wlthlq the reach 
of the rural Inhabitants la the torg- 
eet eoonty In England and Wales. 

The scheme nas i (.blained 
such a hold on the p:'..iiio. lon- 
tinued Rlr Perry, (hat if a;;, ,■, at- 
tempted to oppose Its operation or 
tlie spending of a ren.sonable amount 
of money on it they would have to 
answer for their actkNU to the rate- 
payers at the elactlflna. 

The founder! had set before them- 
selves the eetabllshment through tiie 
county of a library which would pro- 
vide book.s ' : ill. reading popu- 
lation ani . vtii:, ii pi.Trf.<; wiiere 

young and old con.d .im;! rr;.d at 
their lel'n]-p ill t!;ri. 

COURT JESTER IS 
PATRON SAINT 

SL Barthdomew's Hospital Finds 
Attractive Way ta 



Mr W M.irri'.on M V ■-':< - 

cessfuliy pleaded the Sunday Ob- 
servaaea Aat at Vtm In opposing 

at the Baywardi h t?; ..;.i.-s, v. 
Llcensiaf SMriooi, the opening of 
a moving pietdre show at Hay- 
wards Heat); fiti .'^undaN' ev-i.liit 

.Sir Heni> Cruitlex KC MP. 
who wa.s one c.f lh<> lu^'ife, tislced 
ci)i.ns»'l If 1' was lii.s MiKge tion that 
all hi. '.ice., t;ianie;l to cinemas for 
.Siindav .)i>enl:ii; wrrr illegal. 

Mr Morrison Certainly. The old 

Statute, he said, depended upon 
tha pattta; for lU appUeatlon. What 
waa a v eryb od y buahMas had be- 
oome anybody^ bualness. and prose- 
cutlona were few beca.jye of t.h;.^. 

but it could not be disputed fhjt 
the net wa^ s(i!i h, fore- and that 
iV iK.'ifilbited enter taumien's rn 
^tuIlda^ .1 

riif iirsfjcns ruled that tlie |)oiTit 
u IS a knxl one and sloppefl the 

appiicati.ns for .seven-day llCMKes | visited hlmatC) 



from being proceeded With. 
The Etoarborough Tieenalag Jaa- 



Remarkahto dtoolOMiras OQQoeralng 
a nilsar's hoard of money were made 
at an Inqaast at Stabbing, near 
Bralntree, on WUllam Chopping, an 

unmaiTied man of seventy-eight, 
who hanged himself In a cottage 
where he lived alone. 

choppiiiK- xa* fpund wit;i .i i.ic--.- 
of i)r oWeii 1 .pe tied round his neck 
Tiip otiirr end of the rope wa: 
fastened to a beam In the ertllag. 

The eottaga had bean searched 
and dlecovertes made were £43 in 
Chopping's hat a postofflce bank- 
b.v>k with £'i7 to Chopping's credit, 
aiul tlie deeds of two cottages which 
he owned. 

It was stoted that Ohopplag had 
told neli l i bun that he could not 
afford to buy food or coal and he 
sat in his cottage for week ; duiing 
the cold v.i-ather without flre.s. 

I Mrs Snell, of Chelmsford, sister of 
I Chopping, stated that tha US found 
In his oottage.did not represent by a 
ng way an the money he kept. Shr 

mils ,i;,d !,elj>",i 



of Labor 

SPECIAL PROTECHON 
TO WOMDf URGED 



HUGE SUMS NK ITED 
FROM m ViCIiAl^ 



At a meeting arranged by tl^e 
nsbian Women's Oroup when the 
complicated and controversui ques- 
tion of special protection ta vamen 

In industrial undertakings was dis- 
cussed, Mrs. c. D. Rackham, chalr- 
aadtaif eom- 

better conditions 



of tha 

mlt'ee of ini 
said^liiat, to 
for aU workers, men and wamen 

"I'ke. ptlfltege 

wo:ii^n must be jealously guarded 
hope that by bettering one 



workers aU mnlA aven 
Inunane 



I him to coimt his monrv, which then 

•Mnt«<c nx..jLUi.i._- #^ ♦K- ^"^"''"""'^ ' ' ">'"-e than ajm, Ihi- 
^l^rantad permkriDn. for the , pi,.,,,,-,^ nixi m gold. 
openlBt of dnemas at ScarborourVi * 



on Bnnday evening. A elmiiar ap- 
pllcatlo o a year ato was refused. 

BRITISH GIRLS ARE 
GETTING EINE JOBS 



of Vn>ir|v for Ovrrneas 

■atUement of Women Uc- 
OB VMt 



on opportunities In 

Ct . ! ( for well-educated British 
girls was given by Miss A..C. Frank- 
lin, aaexatary of the fleelety for tfte 

Oversea'. .'^"ttlemrnt r.f nn'i'h 

Women, at the Imperial lostltutc, 



FUTURE PLANNED 
EOR yOjlj SCOTS 

AdvUorT Conimiltrr f,,r liivrtiljf 
Employinent al (.ovan finds 
Week f er t79 



Ml.ss Franklin ,<.i!,! lir hn(i 
spent three nvikJ.Jis i;i i;aoada 
traveling twdce -lie ii i.,in 

Ion ;-,he found IJn i, i.;.;:' and 
»..t!i'Mi .HiMipylng gofsl po.if.<^ ;,i In- 
surance offices, as hotel stenog- 
raphers, in Journalism, and in stock- 
brokers' oCfloea. othaiB had aaoaUy 
good potto fe iha «lvQ Mrvlea ta 
Canada, whieh was apn- ta any 
Btltleher who haa been out for 
three years. 

As an experiment, the society 
were prepared Uiis year to en- 
e.mr.ige th'< .«!e»flement of a c-r'ain 
'■'oi.i)''- ' 'f (■ ' 1: -ts s.-. : (-'Ml ., In 
C,i!ih(1t hot I aiKlMate^ would have 
'" ■ I'un,: and efflceni She 
urged headihl£tresses of schools in 
this country to ptooa bafdia girls 
the opportoalttoa far tha weU- 
•dueatad Bi Canada. Itia aeetoty 
waa now exploring tha poMflMUty 
d rending a few saleetad giils 
diraetly from schools in this eoim- 
try to the imlversltles In Canada. 



GETS LAST WISH 



Saieide Aske 
la 



on 



t 



Hia anci?nt Hc" >; Mf St. Bar- 
thotanaw has found a novel and 
aMnetlaa way af falsing eome of 

the money It so badly needs Everv 

evening at 6 o clock In the old priory j OFFICER'S WIDOW 
4toarth that adjolaa tito haqpOal to 

being enacted a pageant plav, "The 
Acts of Rahcre. ' which haa been 
adapted from a twelfth century 
manuscript In the BUtlsh Musaum.' 
written fifty years after Bahare'a 
dea'h 

'Ilii.s llahere once eourt tester to 
Henrv I. repented of his gay and 
reckle.ss life and resolved to make 
a pilgrimage to Rom" He fell ill 
of a fever, however, and In praying 

for his reoovar vawad that he -wlU found dead In Yiir ftot w«h her 
»'iiild unto tbo gtory ef Oad a hos- t„ ,],^ i-.Thm ra.. sto^ 
intal for an «Mh as need healing of i.Kr, «,i,iTrsved t-. n 

their diseases" | Hrsn.a;.. k,..;,:, 

St Barthr'om'--. ■ a;.;' vr,; •. wiH yf,;i please see tliat I am 
him and i. i i v - i, , i • rmated in the dress I am wearing 

his hr«;pii«ii n 1 - . v . iiurch be- II anythli^ iiiifiiinau should hap- 
'''f t rir.r hv ' . ;..).:n in a place pen. would ydtt ptoMa ba good 
ca u^ t t smoothfieid, that to now aooivh to ai^nsa mr Maful 
bat ' t but shaU be BMda tnto a thanks to the tiadMMB testes- 
■artaQ of^tto mm, high by the ton w < i. t^ tMr tmluiiiT. 
watering of tny pemtent team " at an urn'-* • ' ' 

TMS "Tl 't-'f ciT.c't. f'f •!,<• 1 Ar,'->th<'t Ir'frr ]:'■ -<,■■ ' Ji^'ic'd 

Warld-famo is Hail • H .'i)itj»! Will you p!ea.<r he gfxvl enough 

Rahere hTan - •'. a,,.) oom* along tomorrow evening 

tt Is fitttnK th»' t!,. pisgrtshould be land oertUy whether Z an dead or 
acted m f-..t,' ..f h's IMB H ttlMT I 



The tapartaat part ptoyed by the 

ad^ Nory committee for Juvenile em- 
ployment at Oovan. Scotland, is 
shown by the faet that of a total 
of \2Bl Juveniles due to leave .school 
in 1929, no fewer than 1,178 were 
advtoad aa to their future, accord- 
Inff to tha annual report submitted 
by tha aoramlttee to MijM Margaret 
Bondflald, MLni-t of I . 

Tile repent adds that the total 
piacings eflaetad during the year 

were 970 

Repoi'iug on the Indu-stria! super 
vision exercised over j i\«'ni|es in 
employment the committee gave as 
Its opinion that "Juveniles started on 
the correct industrial path are much 
more useful to industry than Juve- 
niles who pick and cbaoea ttieir jobs 
The oowanlt ta e atoa tries to insure 
that no juvenUe to allowed to re- 
main In "blind allej" jobs E\ery 
effort is made to enerurage ap- 
prentices^p and attendance at eve- 
ning classes. 



of 



ill Mie 

section of 
tually 

CI 

flW effort sometim»s made she 

sai.-J. *o negatn.' pro;.pf-i i'. e mea-inri 
applying only to wotr.ei; -.'. as .iir.v; ^; 
BUCh measures ho lld be . irefuUy 
examined hefurr acceptanoe, tO 
make certain tliev were not llkldy tO 

injure women's faming eapaitty: 
tha women at tha tadustetal werid 
were usually yaungar. weaker, aad 
less well organised than the men, 

and needed more care 

Turning to the need for new fac- 

toi\ le«t.slH'u)ii Mrs I'uk'iani 
polti'ed ..It' tlic iir,;'-!!' rr-.-'^M;., i,f 
re;..r;ii Af»-r ■f|ti,:(( ailde Mi" 

workers in shops, oOoes. agriculture, 
and domaatlo ooeupattona who would 
pot be oovarad by any f aetdrtas act. 
tfto said that there remakied oteie 
dMO.000 workers, 3,000.000 of whom 
were women and girls, subject to 
regiilatlons i.»id down In 1847 
wherehv tli'' wniking factorv dav 
•A, -IS for 'ex'l> fact iries, ten 1 . i: 
and for non-textile factories, ten 
and one-half hours. Not only did 
such regulaUana Involva grown 
women, but rendered poeatt>le the 
entry of children of fourteen into 
hows of labor which prove a great 
■train after tha easy hours of school 



Imposter Ran Rotk-Royce 
Car, Employed Chiufcn 
and Valet, Stayed il 

_ HirfhClMtHiMi 



Henry Irving Buataoe, the audaci- 
ous young swindler who, irhan sen- 
tenoed at the OM Baltoy. Landoa, 
hi ItiT' for defrauding wmnea of 

hivv>- • no 'f -ney, was said to 
have represented himself to be 
"iaataee. Ctoont of Boutogna," haa 

been up t, > aicaln. He was 

sentenced at Marylebona PoUce 
Oouri, aad the magtotrata expreesed 
a il i/< uent at his "record." 

Kustace, who gave an address at 
Staffordshire House, Walton-an- 
Thames, was charged with Buphaasto 
Sheriff, a housekeeper, wltli obtain- 
log OS and £19 la Iqr ftMid tnm a 
hotalkeeper. 

Mr. Lawrence Vine, defending 
the woman, submitted that she had 

llie ',oijii(; 

man Eustace, a -per;a!is! lii tnc 
vlctlmizHtion (if MN a.!i.d .spins- 
ters." and the hoikis- i hI<- t,n dls- 
charglnc her .said he tli.niKii! that 

She had been guilty pi ^m^^tng 

PASdtoooK tkxm 



Hlready gained for ' been the Innocent diij.. 

a .^per 



Notioiud Vnompioymont 
Sehomo h Fovored 



Regardlaf aemaas aettlement. 
the report states that Oovan is a 
difficult area, and that the placing 
boya in touch with overseas 



All- Australian Trade Union 
carried a resolution In 
favor of a nattonal unemploymant 
insaranae aehama to ba finaaeed 
from the OonunonweaMh ebaaeUdet 
ed revenue. During a discussion on 
the nationalisation of banking, a 
delegate urged that the Federal 
ministry should iis<> Commonwealth 
credit to r, od :rli».f worl( Tor the 
sin'rii^r; I' '>f ii*" ' ifiemployed. 

Brnnli' //o/MC lirtnninn 

As a Bmt^hers Hhop 

Tlie house In which Charlotte, 
Emilv and An»ie Bront-e were bom 
at Tl^ornton. near Bradford. Yorks, 
has been sold privately, after ^Ing 
withdrawn from auction. The prlee. 
It to saM. was fljOW. 

Tha parolUMHr to a loeal 
aMB. wtoa tm deddM tBe 
Shan eenttnne to be used aa a 
butcher's shop the purpose to 
which it was converted some years 



Btrai b-' • , : ■ '» ... f . , ; „ ■ ■ 1 ,r. 
inquest a- li.iiiipton Wick on Mrs. 
Nellie C^er iiid*' Peters, aged thirty- 
eight, of Teddlngton Road, the 
widow of an anay caatoda who was 
klltod In «g «ir. Mra Mer^ « » 



Racehor$e Bought for $75 Chief 

Source of Villagers^ Income 

«RIIIX to a village la **t^*^ tBdt Itvas on a raashana. Ttm 

horse to Oib. Uie faaMM %IIIMr. alio was bought for £11 aad 
has won eight races off the laet. When Mr Alfred Bendon 

' • .«ht Olb to Paik Jlniise .■.tahl>'s i\' Cholderton. he ' < 'he 
' i:. e upon a tiu.e of a Wlltsh.re lairy tale, and the, »if still 
. 'itz the liai.pv r\et after" 

.^ fotir bagged g,.if! :nior eam* to Choldert.->n. and the hundred- 

<»\<] Inhabitant,*, af pinching each other to make oertam 

that thpy are awake. The popiitotAnn are living. 

by am. Hmt aMrry an hJni, 

hiBU awaar by Mm, quote hkn. eet the time by him worship html 
la the Butidy Arms, the tiny thatched inn of the tiny thatehed 
hamlet, a resident remarked, "df There be folks who don t old 
with 'o«M>« and folks you cant 'old from oaaea-llke. but Z eaya 
b a-. '^hBatBaMBMBii.aBdialniaaCHbttBi0lMliiil9B. 

there l>r Ol'" 

At the stables -< - i maidMrrant showed BM where Olb waa. 
A young man In Uic road croasad over ta taU aM ttat he : 
the aahnal aU alghi ttaMi^ and am tovBv * Mba 

Olb was In. AitboQgh every tbne he saeaaee aO 
takaa a mustard bath, ba to B9I atoMeltad. Jto to tba 
tniiviv ilk1<- and clfYgg BBM t iMWa gVM BH^ bBl M 
i' a »'lgi!i!,e r.n i in> 

' ■ ' '■■ >'■•': f- : '-I ')e<1'.prrar-, nnd « dav a' Ml 

^!uSa^9lm!L§lSnwtlSL vUlage. he jielgiied. "and 1 am toM 



farntoR 



Cholder' :n 

gratui- 



_ .'".ei Kiii.'it Diiiican sa.d 

that tuaiace tiad n .small account a^ 
the Westminster Bank He IMW had 
iTithlng I:, his . ipdit there, but his 
passl)Ook iuut iiepii (ievcr,-, falCOd 
and .showed imvments in of £20.000. 

£16.000, £2,000. f 10,000. £15.000, and 
simuar sums throtigh hto eoltidMia, 
the total bdaaee iiaaiiiilliM la 
£95,442. 

He became a waiter at seaside re- 

s.ii ts ill I>eT-,ii.s)ili \U7S w he.i 
he l:Hd a sfMi..;., :ii(.',,r nr. i.lri.! and 
■-viv (i-m!...: i,,r this ;t< U,-' .S|.!i,.. ,uth 
l|..s)iltri; nhrif lie met tli:.--' betir- 
oleu' ddrr'.', w.imen, well ki -rx], I,; 

IIP '!. tiire for their charitabie work. 

Hi I mazing jilauslbility elldtad 
their sympathy, and one of the 
women took bfcii to her houia bad 
treated him aa one of the family, m 
twelve aMOtha ha saeoeeded In get- 
ting £104100 fhMtt her. He also ob- 
tained £1J00 worth of Jewelry troai 
an Exeter Jeweler by represent 
that he was one of the family. 

PABTowknifiiMig 

At Teign u w u th he met another 
woman a nd po t CIMO from her. 
itten he boaght a motor business 
at Walton -on -Thamea and ran a 
RoDs Ft. < >.ttended bgr a 

ehatlff'-M' I . : II ,1 et. 

In No-.fii.l.r l!<.'7, lie s'« . ;i 

the Kovm; Pi. ,. I Ji.itei where he 
met anotiir- .> mai t.i t« iiom he 
rrpre.qeiiled himself tO ti9 

f ■■' Boulogne." wH 
CHS' ,e !;i Cornwall. . . 

I t>)rrow money from her ha 
pretended that he owned a houn tn 
OroBvanor Bquarc, London, whleh 
waa tot to the Japaaeae Bmbaaiy. 
Wlthta three weeks ahe had parted 
wttbfMJdO. «"««Pwen 



OAKAlit MliKUtK 
TRIAL Uim 



WUItom 
OaUty, 
at Wlael 



ta Beeih 



After a trial lasting six daw Wil- 
liam ^^'•lu■,■ Prodiii'Tr ;i?pii;, riirie 
engineer, was found guilty at the 
Hampshire Assises at Winchester aC 
the murder of Vivian Heartter In 
a garage at SonthaaqyleD on Oc- 
tober t. 19I0I. 

The jury was an hour and twenty - 
three minutes considering their ver- 
dict, sfter a summing up by the 
Ixjrd Chief .hi..tice >I/ord Hewart". 
will' 'i \»>< • iken three liours and a 
quay . liver. Podmore. bi an- 
swer to the usual qmallun vhettwr 
hehad an ythhigtaay befaia Jadg 

rto sad; 1 stU repeat, air. T know 
nothlar UM ito vsr abenjt It The 

I^d CMlf Jaetlce pas.«ed '.entenoe 
of death WBhOat any rommenl. 



England ti Now Vory 
Bodly Off for T\ 



ehalr- 



I 



air Mm Bterttaig-Mavweii 

man ef the Forrf-. 
speaking at th- > , 
of the Fsdera'- ! ' r-,.- < .■ ^ 

her Merehant . \ ,,>:■•, 
■■•» P •••<. ».r'l « • ••••)•. 
was .rr: b«rt.y <jU aii rOUDd 

The felling of ttmbi 
war was said to have 
430.000 aerce, and the 

Mli bad eertataly not been 
■e hoped the time 
-xild rotne when the proper halanr- 
n.'s-f radr#«»ert h>.»»*<.».n hxrd 

••''-Iji and ronlfer-" ti:V ■ .-u ;n» 

iquou o( hard woods would be in- 



oer, 

the 
to 





..-^^-'•,V.J.^.,Ly»J5 

rill': DAILY COLONIST. MCTORIA. V. C SI NDAY, APRIL 6, 



Treasure Hunt 



I hat (^)uainl Fellow, Mr. Kccdcr, 
Gets a Letter and Solves Another 

Murder Mystery. 



By EUGAR W Al.l.ACh 

V UifhMl M4 M/Bicxy Wnur in ih« Woiid 




THERE la a tiiuiiMoii in rrlmlnal rlrcles 
that even tiie huaiblesl ol detecUvc of- 
flflHS It » man of nwtth sad mtaUnoe 

and that his secret hoard was serured by thlev 
109. bribery, and blackmail. It U Uie gossip 
N tlw MMk the (lUAirtM^ ttw taJha^i ibop. 

ijnd the bakfhfdjA*- of fifty rounty prisons and 
three convict cbtablishmeiits, that all hl(hl7- 
piMaa da U eWv— ha,f tqr nefarknu meaiu 

laid up for themselves MifBclent earthly trea- 
jiures to make work a hobby and their ufQcial 

pittuiM th* MMfe taaaummtm parttoi «c 

their Incomes 

Since Mr. J. G. Ktedtr had lor more than 
twenty yean d«Ut exoUulvely «ith bank rob- 
ben and forgers, who are the aristocrat* and 
capitalists of the underworld, legends credited 
Jltel wttih country houses and Immense secret 
rwarvM. Kot that he would have a great daal 
of money in the bank. It was admitted that 
he was too clever to rbk di'c ovcrv by the au- 
thorities. No. U was hidden somewhere: It 
was the pet dream of hundreda of unlawful 
men that ihey would some day dllOOMr tji* 
lioard and l:(e happily ever Sftar. Tb» OQ* 
satlafactory a.spect of hta affltieneo (they an 
agreed) was that, lieing an old man he was 
over nity— he couldn't take hi* money with 
him, for gold mttts at a 
..ml gilt-edged llMk <• ■ 
bcstoa paper. 

Mr. Reeder, that Inoffenshrv man, had 

prLsoners foaming al the iiiouth in lii'-lr raflti 
be had seen them white and livid, he had beard 
their howUng oaneraliant and h« had mat 

Uu'se men after thOir r«leav> f!. rii prLsoii and 

bad lound UMm ■wlf'^T* «ouls half-aahamed 
and half-anraaed at thdr mtaty fotflottwa 

CUlbm.st.i ant! horlflo thira'. 

But when, in the early part ul 1919, l<w 
Kohl wma a e nto ncad for tan yMua. ha acMMr 
screamed tils iiiii'i ' • ^I'l'-ai nor registered a 
vow to tear Mr. Header s heart, lunfs. and un< 
portant organs from Ma fnU htMy. 

Lew Jurt «nl!' d tiiid hLs eyes caught the de- 
t^y^ (iw (be &i>ac<; oi a second— the forger s 
eyra wtn palo bbw aod ipmihitn, and they 
Ufid natthar hata nor IWJ. mitmd, thqr «M 
in sonaajr woida: 

••At the flnt epportunlty I win km you." 

Mr HffiiiT ! t!i'> 'n-.- saire ntglMd « 

beavily, for he du>liked luss ol all kinds. 
Mtoay yaara had p ~ 

< liangrs liad i.r' uned in Mr Rreder's f'T'tm'^ 
He bad transXened from the specialized oc- 
oupnttaa of dotaettait tha makan «f foriad 
bank notes to titr mnrr crmprai practice of tha 
PuMlo ProMOutor s Bureau, but be nevtr fW- 

Tha work was not heavy and it was very iii- 
tmottaf . To Mr. Raoder oam noat of tha 

£.non.vmoiL, icriiw which the Prosecutor re- 
ceived In shoftla. lu the main they were sell- 
exjtlaaalary, and It lafubMl no parttMHar tai^ 

tcUinrnrc to dlscovar thftlr motive. Jealou."ry, 
malice, plain mlscblaf-maWng, and occasional- 
ly a sordid desire to benafii fl n a nrt a l ly hy tha 

li.fdi iiiaMon whii-h was 



tbe majority. But occ 
-jUMa mhamMo k fottit ta mm hia 

COu.sln, and It's not three month.s .ilnre hlr. 
poor wife fell overboard from a steamer. 
Than^ aomathtaf TSry fishy about this busi- 
ness MIm Mfvrgaret doesn't like him, fOT She 
knowa ha's after her money. Why was 1 >ent 
awny tiMtidfhIt Ha doesn't lUce driving in 
the dstk. It's .'^tranK'' a' h'- wanted to drtve 
thai dlgbt when it was ranung like blaaes." 
Tlilifillwlar lottar was slgnad "A rtmAT 

lustlre ha.'^ many s\ir!i friend:. 

James TlUiermlte had been a duector of 
M0M mw iMbHe department during the war. 

"l.rKik if up" x^ici the Prrx^e<MiMng Attorney 
Vhen he saw the letter. I ^ecm lo remember 
tha* Um, TMharmlte was drowned at aaa." 

"On the ntnetaenth of December last Toar," 
bald Mr. Itoadar solemnly, she and bar htts» 
hand waK» fotog South. Tltbennlte, who has 
H hniise nenr Maidstone, drove to Dover, garag- 
ing the car al the Wilson Hotel. The night 
waa Memy. Tithermita came to the pu; r^r 
..!;d nid 'iinf he had missed hl.s wife Her 
oaggage waa in the cabin, her passport , rail 
tieksl. and hat» but the lady wm ae( fwnd. 
Indeed was nefir Men again." 
The Proseevler nodded. 
«1 tm, youfe lead up the case." 
"I rt-member It." said Mr. Reader. 'The case 
Is a favorite speculation of mine. Unfortu- 
nately I aee erll In everything, and I have 
,,rten thoughi tiow oasy— but I fear that I take 
a warped view Of life- It Is a horrible hatxJl- 
Otp to patKtm a criminal mind " 

The Attorney looked at him susplelouBly. He 
ims never quite sure whether Mr. Reeder waa 
At that aMnMot hk aeMrty wm be- 

Challrn;;e. 

•*A dii>ci)i!iied ehaiilleur wrote that letter, 

of eeune," '^"^ )>■ k^'^ 

• Tliomas Daylord. of 179 Barrack Stieet, 
Maidstone, c<Micluded Mr. Reeder. "Be Is at 
pnasnk la the employ of the Kent Motoc. Boa 
f'ompanv and has three children, two of 
whom are twins and boony httle raseala*' 

Hm Chief laughed helplessly. 

-1 11 take it that you knewl" he said. "See 
what there is behind the letlw. nthermtte 
la a big feUow in Kent, a Justice of the peace, 
and he has powerful political influences. 
There Is nothing In this letter, of ooorw. Oo 
warily. Reeder if ar.v ki< k < ^mr back to this 
ofTlce, It goes on to you— intensified 1" 

Mr. Reeder-s Mea ef wafldnv warily was 
pteuliarly hIa own. He traveled d-ru. ( > 
Haidstone the next morning, and, finding a 
bne that passed the ledge galaB ef ■freda 

Manor, he Jon-.,. ...,'..r'..t!i-, :■.■;,! < 

Tirkmleally, bis umbrella between his kneea. He 
paaeed throoch the tedge gatee, up a toag aad 

winding avf'nu'" of I"-,' .11 tnd pi 



i »iLhin ."Ogbt of the grey manor h« 
In A deep ehatr on the lawn In aaw • tfrt 
slttllV, a i^-^x^k ^''^ kneea, and evidently 
alM SAW bim, for she rose ai he eroesed the 
lawn and eame IMMMI Mm eaiMli. 

"I'm Mt.<.«: MHpnt LetheiHy— are you 

fraaf She meMliMi the naae of a well- 
known firm ef lawyefa «nd Iwr faee vMI 



irfc{re*f!il'- 



with those legal hghis. 
She WM as prsMy as a prnt rn k 

-uid (I round not ' inteBMlVi. 

combination, make her. 

you wish to see 



mite ' If'- 



If 




of the maids will Lake you to httA," 
Bhd Mir. Reeder been the eett af um 

could puzzled hv anything he would have 
been pu/y:rd suggestion that any girl 

irtlli mooei of hff own almiM waiT| a mar 



much older than herself against bar own 
wishes. There was little mystery in the mat* 

ler now MLvs Muigaiet would h.ive aMHCrtSd 
any strong-willed man who insisted. 

"Kmi me." said Mr. Reeder to himself, wlUi 
a certain .rit lancholy i)lea,sure 

There was no need to ring tlie bell. A tall, 
beead man in goUng suit stood In the doorway. 

Hlfl fail hair wa.-. li iik and hung over hi.^ lore- 
bead, in a Uuck flat strand, a heavy tawny 
mouetaehe hid Ms mouth and swept dmni 

o\er a i hin that m.<s lonK and |M>werfllL 

"Well?" be a«ked aggruMUv«ly. 

•nn titmi 1»m DIsMct AtteraeyM eMee." 
luuruiuM'd-Mr. Reedar. IImi* kAtf aa anonr- 
mous letter." 

His pale eyee did net leave the faea ef the 

other man. 
"Qoaus In," said Tithermite gruftly. 
As he aesed the doer he flrsi glanead quiekly 

to t'le i;:Tl and then to I lie jxiplar avenue 

' I m expecting a tool ol a lawyer, ' he fiaid, 
as he fhi^ open ttke' deer ef what WM eH- 

(i'^ntly tlie lll)r.ti-v 

His voice was steady, not by the lilcker ol 
an eyelaMi had he betraied Ibe aUfbteet de- 
cree of 
mlasion. 



' •ITill-what 
You dont take 
traah, do youV" 



this anonymous letter? 
notlee of that kind «r 



Mr. Header walked with lym to tbe vUlage; 
and he MB A keen ponper «f wells, however 
<'ry and ttt pHtamk «af not dry If aagr 

meaju. 

*Yeok pagr Myl mm was very i rail— one 

• f thoselnralMitMilPktllaMiy ahaattlqr 

man." 

Mr. Reeder put a questien at random and 

moored most uncxtx-^ u-du 

"Yes. she was a bad sailor, l know because 
every tune ehe went abroad ehe need to tat a 

bottle ol that stufT people take for SgaiMBMi. 
I>a dshvered many a boUie to her." 
Mir. Reeder went en to the Ttnaae and Idled ' 

Ills prcrioiLs time in mo.sl unlikf^Iy pliicc." Al 

^ the chemist's, at tbe blacksmltli s shop, at the 
nndsel buOdlaf yaid. Be eaufM the laat bM 
back to Maid.stone. and bp gvaal fBOd hiek ttie 
last train to town. 
Ani. to his ^Fagne way. he anewwad tha 

Chief;, quTy the next day With: Tai^ Z laW 
hmi: a very interesting man.* 

TWe waa en tha Mdap. Att day Saturday 
he wa.s biusy. tba Ra b ha ttt bnnfM htan a 
new Interest. ^ 

Ob this bright Sunday moratap, Mr. Reeder. 

attired In a flowered dre.islng-gown. hl.s feet 
encased in black velvet slippers, stood at the 
wtaidow of his house hi Rraifeley Read and 

; in ve\ ed the deserted thoroughfare Tlie bell 
i/I a local church, which was accounted high. 



111 

r 



Tb» kpend ef Reeder% fortune 

by 60 intelllgrnt a man us KolU. 

me," Mid Mr. Aeedei, with a faint 



u^fder's faoe waa pathetic in lb 
His untidy sandy-grey hair seeiAad la be 
etandteg on end; the large ears tiMlllead ant 

at light angles t,. i,:.s faeeb gatva tba Wmtm/ 

of quiveruig m ivcmi'u; 
Lew Kohl's UaiiU wa^j on the doorknob. 



It wa.s llie .sound of a dull welntit ^ttikin^ a 
board, sometlUng winged past his cheek be- 
foiw his eyea, a deep hole showed In the waB, 

and hl.^ face wa.s stung by flying K!iih-.\ of 
plaster. He spun round with a whine ol rage. 

Mr. ReedRT had a last b analed 
la hla hand wMi A 




Mr. Reeder depo6ited his umbrella and flat- 
crowned hat on a ehatr before ha took a doc- 
ument from i;is px-ket and handed It to Tith- 
ermite, who frowned as he read. Was It Mr. 
Reeder s vivid Imagination, or did the hard 
hsht In the eyas flC Mr. IHlMfwMa aoftn as 

he read? 

"This is a cock and bull story of somebody 
"navlat aeon my wife's Jewels on sale." he said. 
•There Is nothing In it I can account for 
every one of my wile's trinkets. I bought back 
the Jewtf ease after that awful trip. I dont 
lecfiRnlzp the handwriting: who la the lying 
scoundrel who wrote this?" 

Mr. Reeder had never before been caUed a 
h ing scoundrel, but he accepted Hm aiparlanae 

with admirable meekness. 

"I thought it untrue," he said, shaking his 
head. "I followed tbe details of the case very 
thoroughly. You left here In the afternoon— " 

"At night, ' said the other brusquely. He 
was not bwllned to dtseiiBs the matter, but Mr. 

He^der'.s appealing look wa.s Irresistible. "It is 
only eighty minutes' nm to Dover. We got to 
the pier at 11 o^eiaek. about tha eaaae ttme*aa 

the boat train, and we went on board at Once. 
I got my cabin key from tbe purMT and put 
ay wife and hsr baggage feMMe." 

"She was a good sailor?" 

"Ye.-., a very good sailor; she was remark- 
ably well that night. I left her in the cabin 
dosing, and went for a stroll on the deck " 

"Raining very heavily and a strong sea run- 
rJng," nodded Mr. Reeder, a.s though In agree- 
ment with something the other man had said. 

"Yea— I'tai a pretty good sailor— anyway, 
that story rtout my poor wife's jewels Is utter 
nonsense." 

He opened the door for hl.s visitor, and Mr. 
Reeder was some time replacing the letter and 
gathering his belonglng.<«. 

"You have a beautiful place here a lovaty 
place. An extensive estatet" 

rhre«' thousand acre.<<. ' This time he did 
not attempt ta dlagulse hla Impartenne "Oaod 



Mr. Reeder went AloMly down the drtva, hii 
reiaaiksblu memory at work. 

He mlessd the bu.s. which he could ea.sily 
have cau^it, and punued an apparently aim- 
leai taay along the wtndteg road which 
mandMd with the boundaries of the property. 
A wak Of a quarter of a mile brought him 'to 
A lane ahootlng oS at right angles from the 
main road, and marking, he guessed, the 
southern boundary. At tbe comer stood an 
aid atone lodge, on tbe Inelde of a forbidding 
iron gate The lodge waatBApMaMaalMaaf 
n e gl e ct and disrepair. 

Hearing the clang of a letterbox closing, he 
tamed to aee a postman. 

"What place is this? ' asked Mr. Reeder. 

'Veuth lodge jsmes Tlthennlte's proper- 
I V It's never need new. Hasnt been used for 
year.%-1 don t kn" > a short out If 

they happen to be cuuilUK tliis way." 



had rung for early Mass, and there was noUUng 
living in sight except a blaek eat that lay 
asleep In a patcli wf ' i:. • , i, ;r,r top step 
Of the bouse c^posite. Tbe Iraur was 7;30, 
and Mr. Reeder had been at his dadt ainee 
t ix, working by artificial light, tba SMBth ba» 
mg October toward the close. 

Ttom the half-moon of the window bay he 
regarded a aaatkn af tba LawMnan Highway. 

Returning to his table, hr opened a carton 
of the cheapest cigarettes and, lighting one, 
puffed hi an amateurish faahlon. He smoked 
cigarettes rather like a woman who detests 
them but feela that It, is tbe correct thing to do. 

"Dear me." aaid Mr. Reeder feebly. 

Ha waa baok al tha window, and he had aeen 

a man tnrn out of Lewlsham Highway, He 
had crossed the road and was coming straight 
to oafodU H e u sa ahl^ froMesoaa name ap- 
peared on the doorpostjs of Mr. Reeder's" 
dence. A tab, straight man. with a 
brown face, ha aaaaa to tha fircnfc fade, pawed 
through and bafand tba walabar^ range at 

v.sion. 

numt ae!" said Ur. Reeder, as he heard 

the Unkle of a beU. 

A few minutes lat« bia iMmwIiaBtut tapped 

on the door. 

'mmvyouaaaMr. Xabl, airr tta aikad. 
Mr. j>n. saad« nodded. 

• Ijew Kohl wfllkrd Info the room to find a 
middle-aged man in a flambuoyapt dr^Mlng- 
gawn Bitthig at hie dett. a pair a( plaoa-ttH 

set eraokedi'/ hi", nose. 

tlOOd morning, KohL" 
Lew KflU leofead at tbe aun who bad aant 
Mm to priaoR and tba aonwra a( hla bpa 

curled. 

** "Momtaig Mr. Reeder. ' HI3 eyes flashed 
acroes the almoat bare surface of tbe wrtHag 

.desk on which Reeder's hands were lightly 
clasped. "You didn't expect to see me, I 
guess?" , 

"Wot so early," said Reedrr in a hu.'^hM 
volee, "but I should have remembered that 
eerly rising Is ana af tba paad babtta wbleh 
are toculcated by peaal servitude " 

Re said thia in tba auuiner of one bestov^ ing 
praise for gaad eondoct. 

"I suppose you've got a pretty good idea nf 
why I have come, eh? Im a bad forgetter, 
Reeder. and A aMB ttPlba pai baa tbna ta 

think." 

The older man lifted hie sandy • 
stert-fimmed ghMHa aR Ma » 

ther «<;kew 

"That, plira&e seems famillel?' ba laid, and 

the apabiona lo'aaiad bi a frawn. "Rowiataw 
think— it waa la a SMMbaaaa, of conme. hnt 
waa it 'Soula te Harsaei' ar Tiic Marriage 
Vow*r 

"This Is gall« tb be a different kind of play " 
said the laas-faeed Lew through his teeth. 
Tm geiag ta get you. Reader— you can go 

alons; and '-ii 1. — n ,• t ■ ■ 

aweetl There jvui be uu e^ucucc lu ;>g^u^ mc. 



Mr. Reeder was staring at the weapon open- 
awnthed. "Now, how on certh did that bap- 
pen?" he asked in wonder. * 

tba musEie, and he wag ttmHag at tba 

open-mouthed. 

"Now how on earth did that.bappen? ' be 
aawad In awader. 

Lew Kohl stocxi trembling with raga and 

f'far, his face yellow-white. 

"You— you swinel ' be breathed. "You tried 
tophigaMr 

Mr. Reeder stared at him over his gla.s.se?; 
"Oood graclou£— you think that? 8tlU 
thhridng of kllUng me, Kohl?'* 

Kohl tried to speak but found no vorda, and, 

flinging open the door, he strode dowTi the 
stairs amd through the front entrance. Hie 
foot waa on the flrst step when eometWat 
rnme hurtling pa.st him and cra.«;hed to frag- 
ment.s at his feet. It was a large stone vase 
that bad decorated the wtadowHll af Mr. 
Reeder s bedroom. Leaping over the debrl.s of 
stone and flower mould, he glared up into the 
Burprlaad faea af Mr. J. o. Reader. 

"ru fH you," be spluttered. 

"I hope you're not hurt?" a.sked the man at 
the window In a tone of concern. "These things 
happen. Sobm day and aouM boia^— 

A.1 Lew Kohl .strode down tba itiaal tba de- 
tective was still talking. 

Mr Stan Bride was at his momlng ablutions 

wlien bis friend and sometime prison associate 
oanM bite fba Uttia ream ttet omloekad Fits- 

roy Square. 

Stan Bride, who bore no reeemblanre to any- 
thing vlrgtxuil, being a stout and stumpy man 
with a huge red faoe and OMay china, atoppad 
In the act of dryiaf bbMalf and fam 
tbe edge of the towel. 

"WhafB tba aaMar wRb yaiir ba 
sharply. 

Lew told lum, an J tho Jovial countenaaaa Of 
bla raaannate grew longer and knser. 

"You poor fish'' he hlsaed "To jro after 
Reeder with that stuff I Don t you think III 
wag waiting for youf* 

•I'Te scared him anyway* aM< tbe atbar. 
and Mr. Bride laughed. 

"Sean Raadsrt" he aneered. "If ba'a aa 
wblta aa yoa ba la aaaredl Rat he's not. Of 
he abet peat you— If he'd wanted to 
you, you'd have been attS by 
didn't. Thinker, ab— ba^ 
i >i to tiling about," 

\vhere that gun eame from X 

Iliere was n ktioek at the dDUl 
men exchanged glances. 
"When theiwr a*ad Mda, Mkl a 

voice 8n.<<wered 

It was Sergeant Allford. an affable and 1 
ly man and A dataeUva of ai 

' Mor'Thir tvivR - - not been to I 

Utan grinned politely, 
trade. Lew?" 



c<i\ery might send bbi 
IliUbited sentence. 

■'wm yen aaaM a ttltte wait ta Ibe 

or will you let me go over you' ' 

"Oo over me." said Lew, and put out bla 
arms stiffly whUa the detecUve rubbed him 
down. 

■ I II have a look round ' «ald the dotectlva^ 
and his look round ' was very thorough. 



• Vot 

p.( lOLU. 



ta aee yoa 

you're carrying one, lyn 
R 7 »4318. nials not right. Lew 
Tvc got no gun." eald Lew 



Allford And then .suddenly , "Was that what 
yuu chucked into the river aa you were walkmg 



flr.st intiauition he 

been "trailed ' that 



Bride waited tin tba dete ett ve 

visible from the window crois.slng Fitrroy 
Square; then he turned Ui a fury on hii com- 



l.,ew' .^(lllte l It 
had received that be 



"Clever, ain ; vo.;'' That old hound knew 
you had a gun— knew the number. And if 
AMapd bad ttond tU— * 

n tbraw tt in tbe river.'* aaM Sair aattllr. 

"Brains not many lint some!" said Brlda^ 
breathuig heavily. You cut out Reeder— be^ 
bdl and peteon. and if yoa dent know It yaa'ra 

deaf! Scared htm"* Vou big «tlfT! He^ attt 
your throat and write a liyimi atwut U. " 

«I dldn^ know Ibay vara tralUng me," 
grcwi^d Kohl; "bat ni -sat bbal Aad bla 

ji;i.ni'"\. too," 
"Gel lum Jrom another lodging, ' said Bride 

eurtly. "A orook X deat aMad, being one; a 

murderer I don't mind, but a talkinc jackass 
uiakcs ine sick. Uet his stufi if you can— I II 

bet ifa an bivaatad hi teal aetata, and yoa 

carvt lift hou.ses but deal talk abaat tt. X 
iiKc you, Lew, up to a pabit; yaa^ miles be- 
tore the potat out of aHfit. X daat Mke Reeder 
-I dont Ilka w a ^ a at bat I keep apa i W as t tba 

Zoo.' 

So Lew KtMl went into new diggings on the 

' M' '"i 'i M i .uian's house In Dean street, 
and here he had leisure and Inclination to 
braod upon hia grievanoes and to plan afresh 
the dastruotton of his eneaqr. 

l^W'S homl'"id:i! urt'" had niidTr''"ic rn,isj(j» 
erable modibcuiioii. He had been experiment- 
ed uj^ by A very dever peyehelogii*— though 

he never rrparded Mr T.ffdor it; this light, 
or, indeed,- liad itie vaguest idea as to what 
the word meant. Rut there ware other wmya 

of hurting Hcedrr and his mind ffU cnn.-^tantJy 
back lo the dream of discuveruig Uie peccant 
dateettvan hidden trsaaaru. 

It wa.s nearly a week later that Mr. Reeder 
hivited blmseU Into the CbleTa private sane- 
ton, and that great offlclal listened spellbound 
while his subordinate offered his outniKcous 
theory about Jamee Tltbermlte and his dead 
wife. When Mr. Reeder had flnUhed, tbe 
Chief pnahed baok Ub abair ftam tba tabii. 

"My dear man." he said, a little irrltablv. "I 
can't possibly give a warrant on the strength 
of your eur ml eee n o t even a seareh warrant. 

The ''orv is so fantastl- so tii'-rpdihlr. thiit 1' 
would be more at liome In the pages ol a sen- 
aatioaal atory tbaa bi a repori.** 

"It was a wUd night ;,. ,! ■ , .MrA Tltbermlte 
waa not 111." euggested the detaettia |HRIy. 
"Ibat la a faet to remember, sir." 
•BiaCl.;' f iiook his head. 
T ean't do it— not on the evidence," be said. 
tJant you do anything— unofBclally?" 
Mr. Reeder shook hi< head. 
"My preeenoe in the neighborhood baa been 
remarked," he said primly "I think it would 
bo impossible to — er — cover up my traces. And 
yet I have located tbe plaoe and eouM t^ yen 

within a few Inches " 

Again the Chief shook his head. 
"No. Reeder." he said quietly, "the whole 
thing Is sheer deduction on your part. Oh, yes, 
I know you have a criminal aUnd— X think ya« 
have told me that before. And that Is a good 
reason why I should not issue a warrant. 
You're simply crediting this unfortunate sMa 
with jrour Ingenuity Nothing doing I" 

Mr. Reeder sighed and went back to hla btt- 
reao. nat aatbaly deapoadant, for there had 

into hla intialUa 



Mr. Reeder had been to Maidatona aevaral 

times during the week, and he had not gone 
alone; though seemingly unconscious of the 
fact that he had dev e loped a sha^aw. for ha 
had aeen i^w Kohl on Reveral oeeaslons, and 
had spent an uncomf oruble few ailatues won- 



dering 
e 



Ma 



On the second occasion an idea had devel- 
op in the da t e etl v e 'a nUnd. and if he were a 
laughing man he would l^^r h i klcd aloud 
when he sUpped out of Mainsiune station one 
avaabit and. bi tba aet af bbteg a eab, bad 

aesa Lew Kohl negotiating for another 
Mr. Bride was engaged in the tedious but 

that the ace of diamonds rSOMMned at the bot- 
tom, when bis former co-Mgar Iwrst In upon 
bbn. and tbara waa a Mgbl 9t trboapb ia 
Lew s cold eya arbfcli Miht MT. RndTB baatt 
tohlsboota. 
Tea sat bba." aaM Law. 

Bride put a.slde thf cards and stood up. 
"Oot who? " he asked coldly. "And U it's 



hla 



"There's no kllllnR " 

Lew sat down squarely at tbe table, 
baadi la Ms paobets, a real aaaOa aa 

Tvt been trailing Reeder for a 
that feUow want's some trailing I" 
"Wanr asbad tba aONr, lAm tm 

dramatically. 
"I've found Ma 



tinced 
"Tou have?" 



'.s h#'en golnp to Maidstone a Int 

ARd drlvUig to a Uttle village about five 
aiR. vAara I abMya lart Mbl MR tbe 

nleht when he came baek •■■ thp <<ff.!i..i, i, 
oatoh thelaattrata,baallppedUi»o tbe waiting 

Mr. Bride hazarded no suggestion. 
•*Ha opened Me beg." eaM La«r 

'■■*!■'' i.kilr ',■)» H ' :<i' 1/ i;(.»r<i )i» 'hl'V mi tbati 

He 4 been drawli^ 00 Us banki I trailed bba. 
Tbera^ a i sal a ar am an the abdlpa aad be 

♦enl ':, tn pr! a / .,f o ff^r -ilth rsi'' kffp.t.k 

well out of bia slgbt. As be came out of tbe 



le wouKl .SI-.- It. ..1 i.'itti he'd wait 
to find it himself But hi" went 
aol af the rtailoa and X sot that book, lo^: 
!! vva.s u urii wom Uttle notcboak. eaiMad 
wiib faded red Magaato. Rrtda pat oal hh 
band to take it. 

"Wait a Ml." MM Lav. "Aia yoa bi tbk 
vttb ate ttfty-fifiy, beeaaN Z waal i 



"V W aate. rba with ymi.- he gold. 
■ ^«f'' and sweet." said Lew 

pubhed the book ncrn.ss the table 

For the grtater part of the nlgbt they sat 
together talUng in lew tense. ^i«« i frrii R Im- 
partially the methodical bookkeeping of Mr. J. 
O. Reeder and bis exceeding dishonesty. 

Tb^ Monday night was wet. a storm blew 
up frcm tiu -oniMiwcst and the air was flUed 
withfaJliug leaves as Law and his companion 
feeted tbe Sva mflee which separated them 
from the \i!!,u r Neither carried any Impedi- 
menta that was visible, yet under Lew's water- 
proof eoat was • kit at teela of singular in- 
genuity and Mr. Mda^poekata were weighted 
down the the sections of a powerful jimmy 

Tbey met nobody hi their walk, and the 
«barch bell was striking eleven When Lew 

gripped the bars of flie South Lodge gate- 
pulled hlm.self up to the top and dropped 
> iiMv n the other aide. He waa foUowed by 
Mr. Brid'v w h - in .spite of hl.s bulk, -ua-s n 
alngularly ague mun. The ruined lodge allowed 
in the darknoes. and tbay paaaed tbraiMb tbe 
creaking gates to the door and LgV ftigbtlt 
his lantern upon tlie keyhole. 

Hm doer waa opened In ten mlnutee and a 

few .seconds later they stood In a low -roofed 
little room, tbe principle feature of which was 
a deep, grattieee Iheidaee. Lew took off his 
mackintosh and .stretched It over the window 
before he spread the light in his lamp, and 
kaeeUag down, brushed tbe debris from the 
hearth, examinbig tbe pobita af tha Mg ataae 
carefully. 

"Thia work's been botched." be said. "Any- 
body eooM aaa tbat" 

He put the claw of the jimmv into a crack 
and levered up tbe stone, and It moved slightly. 
Btopptaig only to dig a deeper erevlee with a 
Chlael and hammer he thrust the claw of the 
jtaaaiy farther down Tbe stone came up above 
tbe edge of the flear and Brtda auppad tbe 
chisel underneath. 

"Now fn.;ptlier," grunted Lew. 

They got their Angers beneath tbe hearth- 
stone and with one heave hinged it up. Lew 
picked up the lamp and kneeling down, 
flashed a light into the dark cavity. And then: 

"Oh. my God!" he shrieked. 

A aeoond Uter two'horrUM OMa niabed 

from the house tn* ■ ti-.e drive. And a l yfyf fff 
bad happened. lor the gates were open aad a 
daik flgara atood squarely belbre then. 

"Put up your hand.*!. Kohl' ' .said a voice, and, 
hateful as It was to Lew Kobi, be could have 
fanen en tbe neek af Mr. Reeder. « 

A* t-vpivr oclork that night ,Tamcs Tither- 
mite was discussing matters with bis bride-to- 
be: the et o p id bj a( bar lawyer, who wisbed 

to safeguard her lortttnr. and his o-a n riovcr 
neee and foreslgbt In securing complete free- 
dom ef aatlon far tbe pM wtw waa to be Ma 

wifr 

These fellows think of nothing but tlMlr 
faea," he began, whoa Ma faobaea eaaia bi van* 

annotmcpd and behind him the Police Chief of 
tbe county and a man be remembered seeing 



"James Tithermite? ' said the Chief 1 
sarUy, for he knew bim very weU. 
Tes, what la ttr 

"I am taking you Into custody on a < harge of 
wilfully murdering your wife, ff <ft tniqr Mary 



Tba wbaM tMng toned upon the question aa 
to* wtiether Pba. Tltbsnntta was a good or a 

bad -sailor ■ explained J. O. Reeder to his chief. 
"If she were a bad aattor. it waa unlikely that 
rtw would be on the ship, even for Ave nUn- 
ute.- •.i;t.i,.Mit calling for the stewardess. Tbe 
stewardess did not see her ladyship, nor did 
anybody on boerd. for the simple reason that 
she was not on board! She was murderrd 
within the grounds of the manor; her body 
was burled beneath the heartbatone of the old 

lodge, and Tlthcru 1 ' ontlnuad his Journey by 
car to Dover, handing over hie packages to a 
and taunn him to toke them to his 
before he • i ,f-d to put the car into 
the betel garage. He had Umed his arrival so 
thai he paaeed on board with a crowd of pas- 
sengers Jrom the boat train, and nobody knew 
whether he was alone or whether he was ac- 
eompanied. and, for the matter of that, no- 
' " ' ' ' t he purser gave him his key, and 
be put tbe baggage. Including his wUe'a hat, 
into tbe oabln. paid the porter and M^imm„\ 
him, OOdaUy Mrs Tithermite waa on board, 
for he surrendered the ticket to the ooUcctor 
aad reoefred her Unding vooeher. And then 
he dlscovrred she had disappeared. The ship 
waa searched, but of course the unfortunate 
hMly waa not found. Aa X remarked before— " 

*Taa bava a arfadaal aUad.'* aaM tba OMaf 

Kood-bMaaredly, "Go on. Rrrdr - 

"Havtaf tMa queer objeetlonable trait, I saw 
how wry sbaiMa a amtter tt waa to give the 

iiluM'in that tba Mdy was on board, and I 
decided (bat, U tba murder waa oonmltted. It 
aea wlthfai a few mflea of the 
then the local builder told me 
Ibat ba bad given Tithermite a Uttle leseon in 
the art of mttMi aMrtar. And the leeei 
h:.. ; -:>" M Ma tba: t gate bad been 
damaged. prcsuflMMy by Titbenattela a» » 
bad aa« the biabai lodi aad aU X wanCat la 
know was when the repairs werr effected. 
That ahe waa beneath tbe hearth in tbe lodge 
I wee eertatat WMheat a seareh warrsat it 
(' ■r t-, pro-..- ,„ ,«|. i-.rore my theory, 

and I myself could not conduct a private bi- 
voMgatien wttbaot rlHrbig tba l e palaUuu af 

dr i..<- ' irtent'-dC Z SH|r aay igi^p* ba dMd 
apologetically. 
^[ttt OMef waa tbaotfMfM. 

Of '.'.'i;-.e. you ladaaad tl.:-. -i.Mi. K^.l,; ' 
dig up the hearth by pretending you had 
weney burled there. T preeuuic you rrrealed 

earth did be imagine that you bad a 

ir 



with a 



;d;l,- 



iiUu was a couvlct on iUx^Mx, aiMl 



' 'in*l aaa tba litMr t . . 



sigh. 



Aliad. At I Java flflan «M 



la a peculiar thing. " he 
"It harbors illusions and 
i.atMr I undmtand tbal 



aee" 



Till- l)\IT<V roLOXIST. VirrORIA. B.C. SUNDAY, APRIL r,. VK]() 



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Deep Sea Trolling for the Mighty S wordtish 

MllMfOAfiTLE DAL* "But we litd learned a Ihiiik oi L*o. ' suva ' i n . - * ^ . . . . _ 



STLE DAUB 

TBI teyt aliav thii kklntod MMt art 
rippled With Uip twin blai k rin-i ..f n.i- 
bic swordflfeti aa 1 write lUese Uuea. 
!• Orat BMr* tiMii f ow aeon of 

iiioiLstt rs W.I1.- spc.irtd IrOm the "pul- 
pHs" (jI ilif ( iiiutiii Ti i.il Ill lit I S In (Hie day. 
Every bay. Iiom Capt; bablc on the noulii oI 

MOm Beotte to CaiM Northl Awmt lap •! ttM 

extrrinltv of fapr Hrf'mi t.s alup with »h*■^f 
incredible ihiiigs, which can 6tun ur cut m l*o 

» m ai iwnt «llh «m w tp «( «Im grwl 

ypllfiw bfttiv rwoiil 

Do xiot UUnlt that tlM rod and Une Ailier- 
men are In eonatant danfsr of being 8kewere4 

I V 'lu'ii wt'apon of the lUh. even it •■• < do 
know ol dories beuic cut into untU haU tha 
thnt-faot-loog aword «tuck up Indde. 

80 far aa X am abla to find out tliara la no 
record of a hookad a wa i < Uto li attMklBt » 

flvherinan'.s b<m* 

'I'here arc dozen& ol rod and line fUhermcn 
CMk allar tU» tralsr nagnUloaBt pray aloat tlia 

Pacin. C' .r' ThM ' t!i'". 'r!n'.; a flsinR' fish 
to the hook and attach a short length oX Uie 
Una to a aaaall kito: tha flyinc Mi had baan 

kt'|if alue In A .'.Hit w.;i'rr tank nn the little 

qaotor boat, and U was but "aewed ' on to the 
hook; then away geaa the ttny kite of oOad 

mIIv :tn'l sliti; bamboo «hoot."> 'yi;r i" ;n:i.an 
veer£ tiie craft acroM the courw of one ol the 
oaiqdaa et blaek Una cutttnc the water, the 
kite draga tha flying ftoh a< r •.■■,n-(t 
whan at times It la four bundled leet ol line 
behind the motor boat— exqulatte iUn obuina 
now so as to keep the flying fish in u 1' al 
position on the surface of the aea — and it is 
Ufa-lllLe at times, for the tiny silvery bait wiU 
rlaa o«ar or strike the top of a aea Just ex- 
actly as if flying along in life. On goea the 
boat, the curving black fins ctom, the numater 
aaaa ftaa tood'tatt. atrftea. and a half a dayi 
sport lies rlRht ahead of the lucky fisherman. 
None fish for them here with r9d and li ne. 



"But we li«.d learned a lhaig ui l»u, ' ^ys 

anytafaoMML "We took » bH af 1m wkta aad 

th!>r(MiB>ily wired the next niarkerel on tn tlie 
big houk. Itie day was fairly caliu and Uie 

'wm m tt r wan aO abairt w. Wa tfM* tha evafl 

over 111 fi<jit of an appri>arliln^ fl.sh and in 
the ^lUiUig bait out. Iubtantl> the hut disap- 



Prey JUm in Wait 

TN^any bay In Nova Scotia. In front of my 
typewriter today, the prey lies in wait. Go 
further down tha coast, along the U.8.A.. and 
you win find a few rod and Une sword flahar> 
men out after sport, but It Is not general as 
yet. Let me describe Just how we go about it. 
First let me tell you of the lucky tneldent 

which trlLs us Juat how to halt up with niar- 
kerel. The llrak law that were put on and 
traOad hdilBd and than aerom tha aavaa of 
the mon.sfroas sword that was swimming so 
steadily along were torn oft the hooks, cut 
into plaeaa whan fomd, ar a arnaU portlan of 

the bait Irft on the hook Again the hock was 
baited, Again the stout little t^ty-flve-loot 
motor boat waa put aeroas the eoorie or a 

SWllhmlng sword. Acain he deflected Ironi 

his path and dived and the blow was plainly 
felt on tha rod's Up fnd wbm tha kiif Una 
was reeled In ttaatt WaS aoi ft Ml 0( 
on the hook^ 



bait not t\^o hundied yard.-, behind u 
Again the great fi&h appeared, charged Uiu 
ttaie. and ha aetually whaekad tlmt maflranJ 

with hi.s ttir'c-fi.ot .s*oid tiiiirh a.s we WOUld 
wliack a plunging, tumbling pilte or loofa.* 
"HM nest time the huge thing turned and 

eanii' up to lh«» bait he did not strike It but 

drew it into his mouth and swam away with it. 
avidaat^ awallowbig it en Ma eoone. Then 

was the BKRnent to strike, and strike I did. I 
WaA oiitn'trd with H P^olsom salt water rcxl. a 
tcrpwii I. Ml, weitihing abOUt twenty-eight 
ounces, the tip alone weighing some fourteen 

Otmces. My reel was a h.md m.idr Von Ifojc 
with some flOO yards ol a special J. J. taired 

tarpon line on It. a linen Una ttke tha Cutty- 

linnk worth $2 frr fifty A-ard.s, but ^r>e(•!all^• 
ordered as to one piece Ih length, and 1 needed 
it that day. I had a Mg tarpan hoak «b and a 

5teel leader that would hold a whale so I Irlt 
secure at my end. ' U do not quote prices 
here to aa nf a u a d yea. aa a modi eheaper set 

can be bouKht t!ui; will give cM-ellent '.rrvl'' 
but tiii£ flsiierman wanted the beet and paid 
for H.> 

The reel was the meet expaaalfa Mt It 

cost almost two Imndred dollars bii' one th,T 
will take Its place can be liad lur $50. ihc 
rod waa • daap aea fishannaii's. llMaa run 
from 120 tipwards TJie leader and great silver 
steel hook, one that will not bend or break, 
eosta only a ttttla; ao thai a sward flpdMraaa'a 
outflt can be liad for about $75. If you have 
any tuna tackle It wiU do exoeUently weU, 
«a|r add wtaa itt ban taddtag and haft tally 
as qrach line as a tuna needs. 

Mitt Is needed; theee with belt cost 
and a swivel chair, with a big. soft. 
Had ««. aa yov may ba attaehad 
to a monster for hours, and iMmy a man grt<; 
so exhausted after a flghl wllh a tuna or a 
sword that ha flapa. I saw tarn Orey after 
a six-hour tuna tu'sle almost all In You 
will have to teach your boatman, but there 
are hundreds alaag our eoasi that have glvan 
tha dying touch with a iiiv iron to a "sword," 
th# mMlatta of tha sp oc men who have kuied 
than traaa M to voo |>ounds: once I heard 

Ttie first sworrtfl.sh ii islit on rod and line 
along the Atlantic, so lar ^ my notes go, was 
la in7. IMa waa along the eoast of Long 
Island— Vhlted State.-? coa<it. It was In July 
"The awofders were out harpooning along here 
so wa expe ct ed to get a strike ahnoat any day 
now. We had been out a week and no sign 
save an odd blackf ish on the surface, and once 
a couple of tha blade fins of a swordfish 
passed us but dM not strike our mat attiae*' 
ttva balk 




know of a fhh th,<i? oouM tire me "but we had 
been circling after that usually Invisible thing 
and with only a *tak tnm tha UnWini hand 
' ' ' "' ^ aewaty, too. if that sword- 
ii^^i. imu oui kuown what two old duffers he 
had ahoM of— Whhparf I'm a heapltal caae. 
I did wh! ; : i.r to Peter and he lauglied In 
his briuy uay and said. "Oon t teU the sword." 
I aal liMN thUhtog of a alee sunny not. with 
niv old armchair In it. I was that tired I felt 
I would have to ask Pater to ehaaga plaoaa. 
Z aoaM alaar al laaat . 
"Itta this, sir.' Pater aaM. Timmr. 

and I guess It was, or liquid Are. for It burned 
aB the way down, and what do you think It 
«aa I fouad out totarf aaaM of my nuartNr 

one. as pure a ginger a-s you could taste- 
diluted. My. how I gasped, but I did think 
tt waa a athmdant and X nataraUy was stlm- 
lated and It wanned me up. The sun was 
pouring down, but Us always cold at sea and 
by now tt waa alx o'clock; the sun was level- 
ling, the wind was dyUig and In the gloom 
coming on I made up my mind to land that 
fish or lose It. I think Just about tiieo it gave 
up for Peter put the boat «p aa X raalad la 
and we both saw the monstrous thing, for a 
moment, lying on II3 side, the swim 
vaa falBag tt and Victory wooM MOB %• 



Cut W ater Like Knife 

COR hall an hour that great, dark back 
cut the water like a knife blade, then it 
began to show the whitanaia of the under 
body. Peter was fingering hu Illy Iron by 
now. I knew that shaft blade, keen as a 



He Was Up and Archinj 
^Pointing That Oevilish 
St His £nemy 



I £aw a swordflsh struck by the sworders 
right alongside of us and watched a man leap 

into a dory, then another, and off they went 
to finish the monster that struggled at the 
end of the UtUe white "kag" Une. which bobbed 
19 and down near ua or started off in swift 
runs away from ii.s Tlie captain of the 
sworder stood idling on the pulpit" (a long 
stand built o«t on tha bow with an iron piping 
onclasure on the end>, snioklnc: his pipe, a.s 
imconcerned as if they were hauiuig cod. I 
knew my e^ilaln waa in for a flurfy wan ttian 

th.it, if the fish we were (Ircllng and tempt Inj; 
with the wired mackerel ever struck. In- 
stantly the great thing made a rolling, wlilrl- 
ing dive and I felt a strike. I drew in a bit 
after a time, feeling It gently, but the bait was 
stiU free. Up came the two black fins and 
they cut water alongside of ita for a mUe be> 
fore we beat them and drew niead. 

lie was swimming about ten mUes an hour. 
X ahould aathnato. Mjr staacsman and cap- 
bat two aC w WIIM Tha 



Dolphin that 0ay— drew the motor boat ahead 
and across the course of the silently swimming 
monster and I chucked out tha batt so that 
It would draw right down on his course. Again 
he saw it; again he dived with a swir| of 
waters; again he tumped the bait, now kUled 
sufficiently to please him I .suppo:?. For 
the space of half a minute I sat there feeUng. 
feeitaig ao gently. I waa sura tha bait was hi 
the "sword's" mouth but was not so sure as 
Peter was. "Strike, for the love of Mike I" he 
yaUed. X strtidt and the big hook bit hi and 
X waa tasl to tha imt awordllBh a( aqr earnr. 

A loU -Pound Swordjuh 

JT was Just about noon now and there vein 
a bit of wind chop on the top cf the big 
seas, smooth seas aU the momtotg, and down 
into that imfathomable blue dipped that thin 
oh, so thin, linen line. It was invisible at a 
distance whan tha monstroua thtag roaa and 
as I have seen many of tha 



macklnon-e shake himsdf «a th; end of a 
fifty-yard Une. A great geyser of silvery spray 
a n naundad his faU and he sounded again but 
was up and arching and shaking and p«*»»«ttng 
that devUlfih sword of his at hl,^ enemy, If he 
could only find him. LuckUy he did not con- 
nect us, If indeed he could see us. JOOM 400 
yards off, with tha thing In hia Jaw *»^| bald 
him captive. 

Peter gave him slack aU he daJM, but I 
coaM not raeavar, nor did I try. 

I only sat there, like a bump on a log, and 
down mto the deep sea stretched that ttny. 
thto line. After an hour or so 1 began to 
think the swordflsh had sunk. Not The 
moment I tried • > back a bit of line r 
evidently woke t.p lor he flashed up out of 
the sea hi a waterqxwi. one an fillad with 
rainbows and sparklca. 

I wish 1 had that picture, but no time for 
that X found the strain of it tslUng by three 
o'ctodE. Ton aaa, X am amntr and I did ail 



"At times, in ih" murk that fish was an 
oar's length off and I swivelled around in 
tha^ chair untU I was dizxy. iie swam about 
us In a long circle until the sun wam 
aad the gloaming time on land and sea ci 
on. A mystic Uiing. with a^pM£ 
•aMtog hi the oanlsa af iha 

Peter wanted to launch the dory and go out 
and stick the fish, but I ordered him not to. 

' 'Wm state us in his flurries, like enough,' 
he yeUed. Jast then the white side showed 
dearly and Peter, like the old Nors.?m.in he b, 
rose up on the bow and that keen blade cut 
deeply, agato. agato. *Bali biaadln' Uka a pig. 
sir— gcst he's dead most ' V/ater flew the 
boat rose and feU on the duU, dark, cream- 
lag aaas; Pilar wu boiy a Mw trying 
to noes'; the talL OnrailOBilly, whenever tha 
bwordf bh struggled a Mt thai (Uy Uvn rose and 
fdl, anaek, smack. Bb/wai aMMdfblly tMktag 

a final kill. 

" Reel in, air,' he yeUed out of the darkness 
ahead. 'BelB fkat, sir. Then on the crests 
and in the hollows we had a real mug-up and 
oft we set, towing 430 pounds of swordflsh 
thirty miles against a light head wind, and Uie 
good old sun made the oompleto- otada of tha 
earth and appeared over the othiT edge before 
we made the wee dock at my fulda's horns 



Only Way to End War I 

the Liberty to 




s to Destroy 
War 



By H. a. WELLS 
(ThU Is the third of four nrllclM br Mr Wells, In 
, which he preMnts hli plan to mil all war i 

<ae»rciBltt. IMS. by Tha North Am«rlean M«w«pa»«r 

annase m um obim auts* aaa oaaaas > 

IN two prevkMS artlelea X have pointed out 
that the peace of the world can for the 
preeent be secured quite effectively by a 
permanent tmlfled alllanoa, that is to say, a 
federation, of only four great states In tha 
world speaking hi aU three languages, 
■ndi a federation would aaeara tha paaea 

forthwith, and as I will now point out It would 
lead very rapidly to a practical and fInaUy to 
a tonaat Ibdaralka of aU mankind. 

X hava^dnady shown how entirely reason- 
aMa and practicable a suggestion the first 
step la. It would be unneoeasary to drag In 
rny other states to bcjin with, to make this 
lederatlon effective. There would be nothing 
on earth outalde tt that eould prayent tt or 
withstand it. 

from the very outset it would And a 
of other highly civUized states, all the 
* bigldy>dYittaed North Buropean states far ax- 
ample, prepared to waloonia it aad ee-«parate 
with It. 

II waa one of tha fundamntal arren in the 

•planning of the League of Natlona that It 
aspired to be a comprelienslve league— and left' 
out Bo as to . It waa eoncdvad by a legal rather 

than a «tate.smanllke mentality. It was pre-" 
aented to countries quite incapable ol under- 
■tandiwg Ma atana or inlartng toto ita aptan. 

I 01 a Ppiehuifi k H orlii 

'I superatltlous reverence for a sovereign 
state, any sort of sovereign state, aa aaaM* 
thing sovereign and divine, ruled its maker's 
mind, u might be called the League to Pre- 
ferve the Separate Sovereignty of All existing 
Nation.s Forever. It was a sort of constitution 
for a patchwork worM. 
The fraaMta of tta oomMnl ware asanlf eatly 

haimtad by the idea that before any new step 
toward world synthesis waa taken, Abyssinia 
aoild to be asked. Bmva BItta Ahyaalala. X 

•e<« no need to a.sk Abyssinia 1 sef no need to 
ask any sovereign power on earth except the 
g"^* r'T" I — r** T — rlnrtr n a msd hi 

a previous paper They are the main mass of 
mankind. Let four or five of them begin. 
iBdaad. oven two might begta. the two 

BagHah-spenklng svst"nis But before they 
'had avan begun, the mere reallaatlon that they 
wna praaently 

bring In the two or thr 
for a complete peace ascendency. 

At first there might be a great outcry— 1q 
Flmnc<^ I'^rtK It ;v-— against a consphaey to 
aitabUsh Anglo-Saxon world dominion. It 
weald be represented as a proposed subjugation 
f f the world to AnglD-Saaoa MaadT" Wa who 
.have so few Ideas I 

Then, after that storm lud blown Itself out, 
the fundamental aooMnonaensa of Ptanoi wmtki 

R r ' i .-r T7iere would probably be much 
K'ss ^u^pkiou and reaistaacc In 



that would help tha traditional raaliam of tha 
nreMh to faca tha naw attuatloik 

"Going Somewhere'* 

doubt the flr.-,t conference-; would ."^it 
down to a problem with many tremen- 
deua side iaaoea and hmumerable taitrleate cor- 
ners. The dodging and haggling traditions of 
Uie old diplomacy would be difhciUt to eradi- 
cate. Tlma after ttaaa these opening confer- 
cnces would quarrel, despair, break up and re- 
assemble. But they would be handUng a prob- 
lem laadtog to a ooaaprahandbla, real and 
flnai objaodm Ibijr would bi gdag aame- 
where. 

It would no kmger be one of the reetricted 
conditional problems— of disarmament, of in- 
debtedness and the like which rest on fictions 
and reservationa, and have "ifs " and "ends' 
that recede in all directions toward a meaao* 
Ing darkness of disregarded posslbUltlas. 

And all the more reason is there in these In- 

■ Miliratlnns and .sfre.sses for the re- 

kuiciion ol the first attempt to two or a few 
powers. 

By the. thai that BritoUi aad tha United 

BUtes— if at first only thwe two could be 
brought together— had worried out the broad 
lines of a fedaratld| agroaatont. mora than 
half the work needed to Incorporate PYance or 
Germany or any other power considered to be 
a poadble partner woald have been dona. 

The pattern of the overriding council would 
iMiva been outlined, the amount of co-opera- 
Uon and fuskm of tha Pbralgn OBoaa, diplo- 
matic and consular sources needed, the extent 
to which the armed* forces could be unifled, 
the .scheme for a oonuncB iontrd of trade and 
trafllc. the need of an Interchangeable cltlren- 
fhip, the progressive diminution of tarifl re- 
strictions, the amount of unification of 
moneury and ««dtt gyatMaa thai amy ba 
suable. 



tha 



>/f/// Is Overdue 
'T^HSSX are Immense tasks, but they are 
'*- aatthar hnlaialr laigoHli nar avarwhabn. 

I"srly monstroM' T'ley wlD bi VMM^ ea-ir- 
do at flrst as beU cca twa paw«a than among 
three, and amang tteaa than liar. Lybada 

and Abyaslnla and Monaco and all that brave 
little band can very weU wait untU the finished 



In blekaring tariffs and an antanglad and 
waotofnl tf ff iT fi h *fl Ufa. 

The Pian at Geneva 

T KNOW this much of coamopoUtanlsm is. as 

yet. a minority opinion among those who 
talk of peace and seek to aaeurc It. I know 
X argue agatnat tha prepoanasions of much 

progressive thought There are a great num- 
ber of people who stUl hold that there can be 
«Qrid paaoa to a league of perfeetlg Indapaa- 
dent sovereign states. 

That is what they tell me at Geneva. They 
have told me that for ten years, but they say 
it now with leas conviction than they did. It 
was all to be beautlfuUy simple. The League 
was to gather together all the nations of the 
earth and they were to give their collective 
authorisation to the development of a world 
secretariat and to a aeries of agreements for 
international co-operation in this matter and 
in that matter, untU at last every matter of 
world interest and every possible source of 
international conflict would be under these 
delegated world controls. 

Then would come a day when it would be 
realised that there was no more need for 
armies and n. except for ceremonial pur- 
poses. The International Court would as- 
simbla and white gtoves would be p r es en te d 
to tha presiding Jurists. And amid universal 
repoldngs aU the nations would salute tha 
flairs of all the natkma and then would ba 
(<n.s of national costumes and parade 
of troop*— carefully disposed in Une to avdd 
as f ar aa poasibte dalleate guastions of prece- 
dence. 

Somebody would compose a beautiful piece 
of music for massed bands Interweaving all 
tha National Anthems. Olympic sporU with 
(hlvalrous cheers for the other nations aU the 
t jne, and a pattern of white, black. yeUow and 
log aeoate waving dhi iiaodiaa would 



M //// '\ n I t'lr phone 

Could Be Happy 

'Telephone service in shanghai, with the 
sdbaerlbers latkta« half a doaen languages 

and the operators all Chinese has been the 
target of complaint for months. The latest 
Tfllea ralaad la that of a ChhMae youth, the 
opr^rator of a prji'ato switchboard in a foreign 
firm. He stated In that peculiar phraseology 
known only to hia kind, aa foUowa: 

"Por long time now this telephone no good 
and everybody fight me. This not my fault. I 
proper boy, but telephone make everybody 
engrj'. and everybody fight everybody else. 
PreUy soon aU Shanghai fight and telephono 
fault. This no proper. My Sunday school 
say niii.M love everybody. How can I love 
everybody when everybody fight me because 
telephone no work? I think house boy Job 
more better. 

"But every house have telephone every- 
body fight me agam. How I get away from 
telephone? i work to ahop. have tdaphona; X 
go school, have telephone; amybadf have 
telephone, so fa^on everjrbody flght. More 
proper I thtok hava tdaphona an- ftadsh. May- 
be you have friend who no have teleplione 
and wanchee house boy, you teU me, I go. 
No BMra tiiliphona. X vtiy happy." 



Rid Your House of i lici> 



X am anr-iinc ho-r not .nin^^tv for federation 
but far progressive tederaUou, leading finally 
to a fadaral sapar-gdvanaainl for aa tha wwM. 

as the only way to real world peace If you* 
talk about world peace and wlU not faoe that 



New Form» Wanted 

AM a'ip,, l I : rn l<xi r-'.iU'tlc for SUCh 

dreams. I do not believe In intematlon- 
1; X bdleve in world-federation, that Is to 
say, to coamopoUtanlsm. The day of nation- 
alism and Its correlative intematlanallsm U 
drawing to tto end. We do not want to deal 
In nations any more. We want new forms 
Nattona are and alwaya have bean aallltant 
lo 



way yea are 

in' '!•■'• . r:"<'1ii:i; ^u;iprr\«.(oti hi* >n' hi 

thiuagliout the iar;h of independent sove. 



This I' r,nf\ upon whirh we ought to 
Starting now The st^rt is overdue. TThe 
tlnual refusal of our 

politicians to face the firs* up hill I 
of this road is exposing the world not 
'-"y* gathcTtag thnal 9t 
bal toaa 



THara wlU ba na dMura peace on earth 

until flags, ndlltery nBtform.s. boundary posts, 
aistom houaaa and aO the symbols of sovereign 
Indapandanoi have fallaa>id bows and arrows, 
t, dMOBit fOtOera, instnriir - of torture 
aallMda U dealing between 
tato lha awas um of supcr- 



One Quarter of Twelve 
MOUon BaJriei Die 

TPHERE are 12.000.000 b.ihles born In China 
every year, but one-quarter of them die 
before thdr ftoat yaar. Dr. Mm B. Orant, of 
the Rockefeller Hospital In Pelplng. declared 
In the course of a public lecture on the alg- 
nillaaaoa of praaant audieal dMilopmante to 

China 

Untrained midwives are often the cause of 
this high mortality among tatfhala. ha iMarad, 

;>nd 'raining schools are being opened to teach 
uU>tetrlc£. Six persons out of every himdred 
to this country are sick aU the ttane and need 
medical assl.stance. Dr Orant said It Ls this 
problem which will confront the future med- 
ical leaders of Ohtoa. At the present moBMnt 
Uie Government Ls organizing vsrlotis com- 
missions to study conditions and suggest reme- 
dies. 

Dr. Orant estimr.tes that China requires 
400.000 doctor.s and as many nurses and mid- 
Wives. A vital prnhlaw of tha fatora la tha 
even distribution of medical as-^L'tance 
throughout the country, and to his opinion 
the aotallon U adoptton of tha tovlal tyBMBU 
of MMti aMdk^I serviea. 



By PROF. DR. E. MARTINI. 
IfaiUtale let Treateal Madieia*. Haaibun > 

TRt pubttc does not seem to be quite 
aware of the Importance of <^i»<<t^g the 

flies, nor of the particular rea.sons 
why they should be destroyed. Most people 
are perfectly satlsflad to lendalaay ear to to- 
structlons issued by health authorities, but do 
not think it worth while to bestir themselves 
to order to do soaethtog draatla towarda the 
destruction of flies because thay do not realize 
its importance. It ta notsoaaay to explain this 
BMllar. aa. for toatanoa, tha moagutto parIL 

We know that the varlq^s germs Of diaaaaa 
can be propagated by files; thit is to say, we 
siupect them of doing so. And the question 
ariaes: "How do they earry theee gcmar 
Microscopic research has nroved tha' flies 
carry in their organs numerous baclllae. They 
have been found to earry in their badlas 010 to 
several million bacteria; In their st.imachs 
alcne they can hold from Itfioa to several 
hundred ndUlons of ganm. And tt is parUe- 
ularly In the sections of cities Inhabited by 
working classes that files carry the largest 
aombar of gtnna. ^ 

Further research has shown that tha bac- 
teria carried by such ln.';ects are not harmle.ss 
germs, beeauae some of them have been ob- 
aervad to fun aethritg ttm dgMaaa heura to 

.seven dnvs after they wen aaOietad, and on 
the average they can ifNiiad an Infection 
vtthte a few days. 

Feeds Mi/.siis on ^^(^nnle 

Tt sliould, be obser\ed that the fly generally 
throws OHl of its trunk a moooos Uqold on 

to the objects on which It feed.-; sucking up 
the Juice produced thereby, and that It feeds 
moatl^ an nmnnre. rh» latter is usuaUy 
warming w:t!i »ii kind.i of bacteria. Further- 
more, the germs swaUowed by fUes remato a 
long thhe to their atomadia. and are ejected 
therefrom with tha mliaoua Hquid they throw 
out. That is especially the case with the 
b a dll a a of typhus fever, cholera, and many 
other uddMlii diwaafa. 

of course. In numerous cases, the germs 
can be tnuuported without the sssistencs of 
flies; for laatanea. ta the kmnadtote neigh- 
borhood of sick patvnti. btit the fact that 
they can stay a kmg time In the organs of the 
flito and an their bedtoi after they have been 
gathered from rUbbldl-heaps and manure, 
and quickly carried onto mUk. food, on tha 
eyelids and the Ups of sleepen muat be cate- 
fuUy considered. Furthefmon. tt ahoidd be 
observed that the files have a large radiiit of 
fUght; they can fly stai miles without resting 



It must be, therefore, understood as a gen 
oral rule that fUes. the same as mosquitoes to 
olbar mpida. have a great deal to do with 
tha vraadlng of epidemics. Auch as typhus, 
cholara, etc. American doctors believe that 
during the Spanlah-American War mora than 
thirty per cent of the IfplMl ttm^-Wttt In- 
flicted by fliM alone. 

It is of the utmost importaaea that measures 
should be taken constantly to ardar to proMet 
foodstulTs agaliut files, and to prevent them 
especially from entering tiie houses of the 
healthy aa weU as tha dek. Na fllH>dhMii'd«ar 
be aaan to the kitchen or dining-room, because 
thay ganarally carry the germs of Inteetlnal 
Infeotlona. TMcatora rid your hodii if "iloo 
and lessen your ikMpnM if 
right; mo.) 



i n 



1 1 .f ,i f 



1 ook I lu ee iMotUitg 

To Moimfaciute 



At Nice they greet "King Carnival" wltt 
vary deep enthusiasm, and new that hh 

reign lias recommenced it Is Infere.stlng to con 
sider the time and care and money that gt 
to that merry aMmaroh's upkeep. 

It Li not long since he made his luxurloui 
entry into the season carried by a camd anC 
an odrleh and aooorapanied by parrota, llau>ds 
monkeys and oth-r exotic creature.s of gaily- 
colored iwpier-macbe. to say nothing of s 
Kegro jaaa band. He had. «« eourat. atwli 

CT rived from the French colonies With Ijfel 
frlenda Apparently the cokmles agrao Witt 
him mlghM^. for ha haa grown a flner fltfura 
of a man thnn evers, to wit. thirty feet Mgh 
It is M. Sklro Cesar who has buUt the ear- 
nival kings St Nice for years past, and so ex- 
pert la he In this peculiar art (an art Whldh Is 
by the way. handed on from father to son) 
that he has been engaged by other towna Is 
other lands to make their carnival flguraa 
On tha lateet "King Csmival" fifteen men. 
indhdlni three sculptors, worked for thraa 
months. TiMn there were all the other flgaras 
for tha great prooamkm. and thay aaH, wkh' 
aat tha king. aoaM IISMO. 



A negro Mahop waa tntndadng an ttigHfh 

r! ;i of high rapk. "Breddem.- he 

said. It is not often I arise to present a white 
apaakcr to thia ehnrch. But you can be 
he ha.s a powerful me&sage for you. An' 
hia skin may be whtta. htt heart la as MMk as 
any of ust" 



Of aailrla 



P^Mef Foodttufe 



Custom of (loinff Out 

T"H« goad paapie of liiiUpwl ara gtvhv ag 

hate. . Xadaad tt has become quite a dowdf 
raaloai to waar a hat at aU. The smart sai 
took up the faahlen so vlfsroody that kttteft} 

it has been ■ nr- r '■ ' " '''"^ '^ a Mlg 

as a apedmen <M iieaugeai m society. 



that fliae 



« her 



A fine rose can be prnrinr- - ^ i ' by sarrl- 
the early bode whim gi^w up around 



demand that all law be 
It is the law Is the reverse of 



bers be large 01 small, matters ttttla. 
know farther that ta the ganarattty af caaee 
epldemir.K . , large area 

had the flie<^ ^^ed a fiaai part to tha 
aarrying of tht ^'..n^ 



but the hatters are not rf that mind They 
are. indeed, so annoyed about It ttiat they have 

tleee in their windows stetin^ that ■•M'"?«r« 
rigrei to Inform theU dlsUnguitheO 

to thte 



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THE DAILY COM^NIST. MCTORIA, B.C. vSUXDAY, Al'RIL 6, 1930 



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I 



Lemon Verbena 



A Detective 
Story 




By WALLACE IRWIN 
Illustrtted by Hugh Huttoil 



AtJD Stoat, whom Hector called • Doll •' 
WM up earljr UmI monUof, iaMMite 




'm noil V 

■ coU 

f ndtai 



8EETON WELL FINDS OIIU* 
SHOT DEAli IN HIS HOM« 

Why (Hd DoU'i one-truclt mmd cotuiecl her 
kaBband with the socially flOMplMMa flMlMI 
W«U and Uie dolngi in his apartment '> Wax !■ 
because her heart wa« ao nJled with a jealou* 
ambition fur her Hector that a fanoy piaoad 
him a atrong central figure In evei v Inrldcnt 
Whldl might have advaitced tiim m hu pe- 
culiar calling? Or wac it Just iMoaiMw; 
•••la feeling out with tlM «aMK littit 
•Dds ot her sixth senset 

Aeoordlng to the paper, SeeUm Will, bilr «f 
tiM lata General Pontius Wcll came homr on 
the ere of his wedding day and found a richlj- 
gowned lady stone dead on the nig bsride his 
bed. A bullet had entered Iit brra-st flrprt 
eloaa anough to singe, and had lurrowcd the 
wan bayood. Evm the look of agoay oo bar 

face had not Prasad its lines of beautv She 
was young. Ov«t a ( itau- ohe liad Unown a 
Chinese coat, nnbroidered trtth gaMM bambaa 
leaves and lined with ermine: tp^f of thr gar- 
maota the Chinese call Ko-su. mat okta to be 
Biada for the imperial family, aaalo* iMid 
navar narar before set eyes on th<> wc 
lying there dead in her lovely oorai guwn. 

Or t!uii (he atcwry ha tcM ta 
tives oX the Homicide Bureau who rntn<' hur- 
rying at his call. A rather old-Jashloned re- 
volver wit I ■ s \\ engraved on its silver mount- 
ings was found under the bed. One chamber 
had been discharged. Whoever fired the shot 
had bpcn rHreicM in congaaMng thf vaapas. 
Hasty, hysterical work. 

Hie apartment in which Seeton U e.: w»a 
living offered ideal conditions for a nlma a 
sround-floor dwelling in a tail fashionable 
building. The front door opened Into the 
! •'I t. so that one might come or go unaotlead 
by doormen and elevator boys in the public 
foyer beyond. And why was Saeton Wall Uv- 
U\K iM r:j( h ciii.sc quartcrst nila ba aiviatead 

readily enough. His big Fifth Avonup hrnisr 
was belnR redecorated for Ins bride, and he 
had sublet the .^mall malaonette flraa a aal- 
lega mate, Atwcll Stone, who had gnn** to 
Paris. One Inside servant and a ciiaufleur 
wiBkiad for ht.s temporary needs. 

The police looked ihto the aanraat qiiaitloii. 
Huntington, a very old man. aetad ai valak and 
cooked hU master's breakfast Ka had been 

with the family nratlv thirty ^p:^r< hart vnlrt 
ed General Well. Huntintjion had been away 
during the evening of the erliM; hia aon was 
lU in Brooklyn and the old man had tone lean 
than five minutes after his master s departure 
for (he bachelor dinner. Bad anything paan- 
Bar hjHppened that aftpmoon' Tiio vair* i 
called a woman. 8hc liad appeared at ilie 
st.pvi door and demanded admlttanaa. Ifir. 
Wcll was dressing for dinner Htintinsrton had 
let her into the small djawing-room. 8ha 
hnun t given any name and Mr. Wen was Irri- 
tated when he heard she v «' therr said nhe 
was some crank, probably. M ho iiad read about 
tha wedding, aMdMleekwId. 

Old Htinttaftan. in a pafl.Hladtot to save 
his master, dM his bit to blacken tlM aase. Mr. 
WaB WM narvmw: iMbabljr ha was thinking of 

thf> <ip»«f>rh hf'fl hnv*- to niakf ,\' n:iv m'<. k, 
•colded Huntington and said, "Send her away. 
91w aarfwit waM to tha drawing-roon and 

found that '■],,■ ' a'lci.lv kciiP 

Huntington IdentlAed the body. He would 
kaaw bar by har baaulifnl aaal. If aollitaf tfse. 

TT'-aflina f'-vnishlv Hnll fs|t Jftt^f for the 
prospective bridegroom, his mpotatkm ao blaat- 
ad an Ma wadding a«|. Belana MUaa. his 
r,nn ^x».■. ..f Mie aatBSD's iu'kv! beautiful 
debutantes, it was plUM to read of how she 
had aoaaa out Uka • taad HtUa s por ts w o man, 
said that So'^tun could never m i i,i\\> .i.,: 
such a thing. And stanched her tears and de- 
eterad pas aWm ttrty that IMIraa was right. 

He was ilrst held as a material witness, ihUk 



noil still reading when Hector came in. 
iiis collar was wilted, his ayfs wara atoeplass, 



rata his flnRer.'t through his tousled 

«nd aoafiMaad. ' They've put ma oa (ha i 
WaOaaaa." 

"Yi>u mrfli) Src'on WsUT" 

'Xets have some eoOaa, XML Thanks 
. • • Tou saa things lack Matt int aaatoa 
Wbll; and tha Weiisek and tha miiaaa trnn 
«a to elaar him — " 

I" 

"Why"' V.HI .;aw the nrwHpapers. Sinoa thay 
want to press a lot more has oome out, and 
Wilms wa woffe faat Sailan Wani going to find 
htanself behiiut tur i.nrs " 

"What do you mean— has ooma out?" 

"Whan Wen want hi aai iaimd the body, he 
Tt a-^ foil, r-: 'V h.s riia\dN«r, a fellow named 
Cummings, carryUig SOBM Witflasts. Cum- 
mhiga aaya Wan waa vary narvoos befara Iw 

KOf to !ir hr!;.Hini \Vl,o,; lookorl Rt thg 

woa»an he said, Who can she be?' But Cum- 

■rtnga taM the poMaa that Ml bam knowB who 

'.hr if: f^rr-trw. wri! aaMMtBg to tha man, 
has been in ttia habit ot aoaUaf hir al drug 
aMTM and driving ramsd the Park ** 

"He can t understand why cunuall^ oaMld 
hava mada sndi a mlataka. imlem he got tha 

•■•'vmsn Hill! Mi.";'' >fllr- i ipidn Well 

said that he met Miss Miles at drug stores 
sevmnt ttmrn whan aha got berad wKh parties. 

.And Ml'!'! Mi!r^ n ( 1 i:>r.:: .-oat a lot like 

tiie one Uw dead woman had. Oummlngs Is 
ha*ta« down now. M Hn aaa, thara'a an 

hour llt)arrriiiM»f»d fog," , 

•'What hour? ' 

lha dhmar 8aaton got Into an argu. 

Onr (if \hr irlii'in jI'... ,' ,^ f.;;',: 

oC aMstefi Seeton was supposed to c:t Xrxun 
■h aonata, Malph t eaae ek . and pot among tha 

wdfimir prf-soiiis Sf-ffon twt t-\<-:( (lollara 
they were still in Ralphs studio, and to prava 
It ha got «p and Mt flm party; he mid ha had 

• key to fhr studio and .■<>ii!d c'l :i\ Ifc iras 
geno nearly an hour, when 1m came back 
wMmut tha etehtegs, he mM. Tan win.' and 
handed Mrisd -iv- ' j't,rs. The police 
think It was a uind. Halpti Leaeook Is 



away all night, also she wanted Ut scold the 
new nurse for lueping Bud out In the rain 
vb«t ba mlgbt hnva aaagbt Wa daath of eoM. 

She had finished with the nurse, was JioUUng 
Bud in lier lap. and sniffing the odors, of ao 



Irtni Hut the tlirory i.s tliat 8«*elon w«ii: over 

to ilia own apartment and shot the woman." 

• No." growled Hector ■■hut it look^ had 
Stetoa Weil sent his own car to the garage 
^I'rt'W tba dinnw. Ha want to tha stndlo^ta a 
tnxl. We can t ]orr.\.- the driver " 

"fiomebody. " said Doll with the sunpildty of 
d «MII and a aage, •^mat hava shot the 
fPOman " 

"I'll not deny that. Doll, the police are oa 
tbo wranc aaanl. HniiwWIi, tha real nut la 

right und^r their noae.«s Tliey havent ovan 
taken the trouble to ask him questions." 

• Huntington, the old boy who lbUs hlinsclf 
a valet. My ti>eory is he killed the woman to 
•at aaMBga an hIa moator for aene private 

"••aaB. HI."? behavior has bftn .su.spiclous I 
c iramfcl gd the gun carefully and found that it 
«na a haadMasa aid plaee. it uiad to bahmg 

tn flPiieral Well I found that a brand-new 
spring ttad been put in recently. 1 was going 
la ask B n n M n gte a aboot itmt. bnt I dldnt 

V ant to put him on hl.s guard 80 I had a talk 
with Cuinmingfi. sort of roundabout, leading 
up to tha aobjaat ar gmm Ounmtaga myi ha 
didn't think the old tiling would go off. but he 
guessed Huntington had fixed it. .Two weeks 
ata f^idmhiii had taken tha old nan ta a 

k'un.Mnith In Third Awnur And it was See- 
tons revolver he was having repaired. Oum- 
mbtit aiw tt" 

"AnvthiiiR >■! - '■• 

"A lot eb>e. wacre was Huntington at tha 
tlma o< tha ■nirdarf Tha eoranar taya it oc- 

rurred about ten Old Hinitim,-' :i prdfud, (a 
be awfully abeent-nunded. I questioned him 
at moeh aa X daiad. Sa aald at fhat that 

s'>meono had telephonpd to him Ju.'t l-.i'. 
master was leaving; the man on the wire said 
Huntington's aon was aiek ao m ew h aie in 

Brooklyn. Then he rattlrd 
wasn't his son. It was a frietul. Wiiere did 
Ma fMand bvar ■§ ootaldnt lamambar tha ad- 
dress. He'd lost the slip of paper he wrote It 
cn. I'll get more out of blm later. Bvt 
that for a ataiyt Ba lat tha woman bi» 
'n the evening. Then .^lonirbody cc 
ttlephoned. That, of course, was a 
What RunUngton raaBr did waa to 1 
.u;ii f]^As]\ 'hp woman." 
■ Hut what for?" 

*>biw do wa know what forf Tlt^ MUaa 
rnmiiy and tha Well family aia paMnrliv ma 
n-ith that mms quesUon." 

"But laak baaa, -llae, yoota got to And tho 

motive for every crime. You'vp told me that 
lots of times. Don't they even know who the 
woman JsT" 

"KObOdy ha.s the slightp.it Id^^a Tlirre '.v.-usn't 
a mark on any of her clothes, except a powder 
bum whara tha ballet want fn." 

•Well," she drawled. "I don't spp h-^w yott 
( an go ahead unlam you find out who she is." 
"SuppoM you And that oM," Raeter Invltad. 
"You mmn. darling? You know they say it 
b woman to find out about another 



Ihit her mind wa.-s .scan lunt; .sparchlng. That 
faint fragntaoe, clinginK ukp a haif-told secret. 
And thOM pathetleallv Lheap itoikln,is, seem- 
ing to apoionize for tlipin«rlvp., m ^uch queenly 
company. Hie gUt slippers held the prevailing 
scant, too. Lflte a mingling of lemon verbena 
w ilh s'ther . . , 

At the sueet door DoU ran into Hector, look- 
ing worried and hvrrled. "l was wrong about 
the pi«t<));- h»' Kiiiiiibled ' Hep ton WeJl has ad- 
mitted that he UinueU sent the old man to 
bava tha gun repaired. Bald It's one his 

f i!hpr r urnpd on his riim-li ami he wnnUd I! 

put in order. Of course, the police don l bc- 
navott oaal It loofea aa If that bay wm try- 
ing to sand MMlf tn ttoa fhatar. ob, bolhK 

thara." " 

A aar had aloppad hgr tha ooib mid a yawai 
nn^'a SaaKm Wan." vlila- 



tinoaL wna atfll haimtad by tha aenat of dean- 

li".; fhikl A cleaning fluid with the faim odor 
oX ieniua vt-ibena. Where liad icmuu verbena, 

amodated with renaanlad ganmnlik oama lalo 

Maud .Stoat'., llfp' 
"Madame Ailuu! :,iie exciauneU suddenly. 

liadaam Artala taadaad It waa who aaad thla 

peculiar scent In her i)rorp«.'( and boaaled ' f 
t.he secret preparation wlucii removed sianu. 
and left nothing but fragranaa. Only once had 
DoU Indulged In thp pMravaganrp of .Madame 
Artels' exclusive establu>limeni. Uui tiie odor 
• : lilt- returned KamMttts was trnforgettable. 
Lemon verbena. There was nothing ci, - iikr : 

A woman from Cheever s, weamig a maid i 
ur.iforni. let her in to Seeton Well's maisonstta. 
examined her credentials, showed her to the 
bntltr's pantry. An old nuui, sitting m liis 



aflvar laea trimmings and a rhineetane bait. 

AH.) a ^•'t of hand madp Frpiiri, wiidPruear— " 
"1 lukve not missed anytiiiug. " >*r'*Tmt Ar- 
toki aat op very straight and manaefng. -Why 

yini c.Hiic ■rrc a^kinj; tliat? ' 

Becau&e a woman wearing those dotlMS waa 
found dead hud aflibt ttia had baen rtiot.** 

As oiif i.npailad bf manv .muh'I nrpcrai krrv 
Madame Artola banuMd to her feet and out of 
thaiwcm. aha waa |«m for las mtaoln. Wban 
rht- iptui !i( d .she iraa n^kv Mm asa afeavl to 

lali of apoplexy. 
'Waraa oaa gaBof Jhit tha artlelm you my. 

Nt valr before 'ave we b(ft. robbed Wp are In- 
iuied very Igh." Then with a quick sly gteam. 
''Whom you aar that woman'waa fomnl daadt" 

••In Mr ^^.ppton Wrll upai iiiifiii 

"Oh! But how could aiie possibly get there'/ 

■TbnHwbatvaYat^rtoitoaMairt. Bmo 



a I curb. Mr. 
dlstrtet attoiMir. 

!a nds. 




. . . Saaton WaB, Hair of tha Lala Oan. Pontiaa WalLCama Home on t haBya of His Wcddiag u»y and Fooad a Rkhiy-Gowncd Lady 

an iba Am Itoalda lUa Bad* 



"Whn* do vo'i want to do?" he 
1 want to see her clothes. HMtt X want to 
Ulk to that old valet" 

At the Homicide ri'irf^an (Ik- d'-tprtive who 
opened a locker for Maud and brought out Uie 
fluffy tragle garments had a pitying mr which 
plain; . -aid. "Cheever's amateurs again." 

Her eyes were morbidly held by a round 
apattadng bum In tba ftaglla teoa. That 
would be where the bolot penetrated the poor 
body at close range. What a lovely thing it 
waa, this ereatlob of Ohadowy pbik and gauzy 
.'ilvpr Thp Idra. thought Doll, that a lot of 
men should be sitting in Judgment on a thing 
so ffluahrtfy faodnhia. Tat It was man-made, 
tMidrom. ADdFMiMh. B«l tba label of iba 



pered Hector and ran to greet his client. As 
tba two oamr toward har, DoU had a chanee 

to Jus'ifv hpr prp jiiri;i-<- ;:) .'^cc; ( i.i 's favor. He 
had liuue&t blue eyes beiund a pair of student's 
spaelaelM; his boyldi.anUla proehdmad hit ln> 
nacence The .slR;ht of him "^1 - bipd her In- 
terest and &tie was thrilled Miien Hector intro- 
dnead him. "The mlnuta I read tha paper I 
vSld vo;i didn't do it," .«;hp blurted out. bccauao 
she fell tiiat an expression of confidence would 
Lalpk 

"Thank you " HlO fiaoa lighted up. "But I 
wisl\ all the world fait that way, Mrs. stoat. 
Anyway, X have aorae gtiod news for your bus- 
band Mv cousin ju. u>r back from Philadel- 
phia and he's sho«-n tiie pidlce tha sh^vm I 
laaaaekad for ttwm ateblnga last night. Or 
shouldn't I be talking like this. Mr. BtoatT" 

Ignoring Hector's look, ^oll broke in, "Oh. 
you can say anything to me. I'm helping on 
the pasp. Arent I, Haetorf* 
"That's fine I" declared Seeton WpM 
"And I wonder, Mr. Well. " she hastened to 
ask, "if It would be aU ngbl for ma to fo mid 
talk with your butler?" 
"Valet," corrected Hector grimly. 




maker had baan rtppad out flba Itflad tba 

bodice and sniffed appral«lnglv Cleaning 
fluid. Not the regular kind. Suddenly she 
tost tnt/>reu in tba fliw taxtvo of nndaifar- 
mants which she took one by one from their 
Cleaning fluid. Sba sniffed again. And 
ir>\-riy Ke-ai ooat moNly Mmrtad bw m 

s smpll 

The same cleaning fluid bad baan uaad on 
•wy one ar the gannants. even the giu ahom. 
•verythlntt H i- 'li- .^forklnir^ H . ; ^ thpm 
^p. she made a discovary quite as unportant as 
lha pramtat aaant. irtiay wara ngM Imi, net 

at all In k^fptng ii'I -iir rc>i( of tlie 

and they were of a Uieap unitaUou silk. 

"Thank fML" Del Mt tha dalactlva gaidng. 

Amstpurt. r p-* 11;: 

a lot of usele&s quesuoiii. 



Her Kycs Were Morbidly Held by a 



"Certainly, if you can gel by tba 
Tvofolaa 

A.. I ■. ' !,p a prince! Where in the world 
did be Uve? She turned to ask hhn. but found 
that ba had ah«ady gone. Than she naw hi* 
■' * N-. ' surrpi>'(')'. isly 

drawing (m a cigarette. He was a* good look- 
Int aa wan. Imt in a different wagr. Ba wore 
hin f.r, n '.oldler. When she asked 
for Mr. Woiis address he told bsr 
na bad tba IMIlBt ac ana tatthw to * I 

"That wag ft toRMg tbtoi, ipnt Mr iba 
vcnturad. 

nrt was 'orrlblf . I've been to tba war, tody, 
"nd I VP looked OB tba diad mora than aaw. 
But to aaa a woMm Itoa tool i t gava mt a 

tarn." 

*Vow do fon tMBk iboiat to wbOa Mr. WW 
«aa awayt" 

" Ibvan knows." said Cmiunuig^^. At 
I thought she was a lady Mr. Waltl 
to ride about with in the Park. Ttmt WtS my 
mistake and I'm sorry • 

On the long trip up-tewn Call's nota, afOlct- 



Bafore he saw her, DoU noticed the way the 
paper shook In hla hands. And with those 

• -u;',!. .1. a. s'lpp is(\| ^. hfi\'' .-.•ii' a woman, 
very accurately through the heart. Aod not 
waatod ammunition, althar. Poor Beiator. 
thought Don. tlMB tnkl 'Vimr to altmot hla 
attention. 

"X barpardon. madam." Wonthigton's hands 

Btiu shook as ha took •>','. 1: ;>• < 

"I'm ftom tha Oheever Bureau, ' tha as* 
plained. 

■ Oh I .SPP • His hands were still trembling. 
OUierwise he showed tto fear. "It's natural 
they should suspect mi. Only how could Mr. 

V/Pll " 

' He doesn't think you did it. Neither do I, 
Huntington. But tba pottea hava got you d<ywn 

Ps guilty ■' 
" "But Miss ■ 

Tut kCn. stoat m bara to help you out. 
You've cot vouiaalf to wroof with tba poMot by 
tailing lies. ' 

•WhatllmT" 

"Wh^dM yi . .1, liPm that you went to 
see your alck boy, then teU my husband that 
It waartt yo«r boy, that you cant remember 
f.'ip place you went, that you've lost the ad- 
dress? Now wbare did you go last night?" 

•m want to BrooUyA, Juit Ifte l said l did. 
And It wa.«i to see my son. Only 1 couldn't tell 
anything, because you sea Charlie has been— " 
a whltoai^^daaltag to Itouor, and thay got him 
once." "But It was «Mr laat togbt. Mm. 
Btoat." 

*ltow waa U qaacrr* 

"Tliat man calling me by 'phono Just before 
Mr. Seeton went out. And saying (hat Charlie 
wanted ma quick. And whan I went to Brook- 
lyn Charlie wa.sn't home." 

"Was it a man 'phoned you?" 

TOa, ma'am. He had a ftomy tort of ac- 
cent. 

"Did you connect that call with the thooUiw. 
MBM way. X maaat" 

T coiddnt baip patCtaf two and two to- 
gether." 

'Wintinfrton. do yaa think that wmnan was 
;ronp f : . ^ partmant laat algbt whan yau 

left for Brooklyn?" 
-I— I oant aea ' ' 

"Are thPTP anv . the room where 

she wai waiting? He shufiied waakly and the 
urged. "Oome on, shew me." 

'^Ynti -pp ma'aii lie was leading her 

from closet to closet— Um polioa went throi^h 
pratty tburoucR. But iiraii a door oppoelte the 
coat etaaat wa usually keep h k'. 

Thara wna a key to tha doer indicated, and 
IMl tamad tha knib «M paarii to on a row 

of dark .--.iiit^ . 
"Was the key in last night?" 
'Tfaa, Ma^m. Tha dataottom ttoa 
that, too I'd !>< ) M' .SPelaBU 
aftamoon to brush Uiem." 

"When did yon tebb .bnabtog these thhuri 
and pu: tham back?" Bm Mkp 1 m 

had rsaebad tba raar €t the closet and wa« 
p Mm h«t alaava to tha ivw. 
"Aboti' f. lir n - ;(j.rv T ttvi>iid say, Ma^om." 
It was a dress coat she wat grtpptot ao 
Um avldtnea waa not vary plate. A 
datecth''' !f':--''' !:T.r ivrd ;f But running 
down the sleeve she caught lha fatot Una of 
wbNa. It waa ptm&tt. fme* p owdw. parhaps? 

^nlfXed appralsingiy . A woman in evening 
Rmws iM^v ssiw^gva is vntsw. 

h-ir-t'-d !.-> 5PP Madmr.*- f:--. 
"I ve come to ask you if you ve missed any 



clouics? And what butlasM is It of yours, 
to aBt ttaatr 



you been employing a girl with reddish-brown 
hair, quite pretty, about five feet seven in 
height, large gray ayatf flba'd ba about twan- 

ty.flve •• 

"I know!" She bit her under lip, then 
"The Allison girl!" 
"The Allison girl?" 

"Charlotte Allison. She was a good girl, I 
think, but very ^«ranga to the haad. Ighahar 
piece work she could do at 'cm?. But this morn- 
ing I expect her in with a Job. She did not 
( ome. I send my nlace to har place. Char- 
lotte had not been there hMt night Z tbtok 
she would go some way like that" 
' What made you think to, Madama ArtoUf* 
"She had something on hPr mind that wai 
making her brasy. she tell the gMt 'ere that 
General Well, who was Seeton Won't tothar, 
stole a great rltvful of rrnl psta'o fron- Ivr 
family, l^he say her mother die from hunger 
and tell Charlotte that tha WeU family owe 
her ten million dollars. Only l&.it week T think 
I must send Charlotte away. She read in the 
papers about thlt wedding aaaton Wdl ai^aet 
to have and it maka her Ulk itrama Ifoyba 
tiiat man put her UP to things." 

"Man? Whatmaar* A nair dmnMlar iad 
entered the case. 

"She was married to aomebody. I do not 
know hit noma. Ba tpaaka wtth a Oailiiitj 
twang." 

"Madame, I've got to hurry and get all the 
Information I caik" DoU roaa and mada btndf 
forceful as her slight person woaM paimlt. "If 
I ko round to the place whmw Obaitotte Al- 
lison lived and aaa bar room bofara It la dis- 
turbed I think I may laam wbat I viat Wm 
you take me there?" 
"Oartalnlee." 

Tb the landlady of a boardin? hoa-p juRt off 
Third Avenue it was necessary for DoU to rep- 
resent hanelf at Oharlotto's alttar with tm op> 
polntment to wait ta Oharlatta*a roam before 
the two were admitted to (ho llttlo ban in the 
aaoood floor book. Tbero wasn't murti to Add. ^ 
Poor garments and two shabby dresses In a 
wardrobe. But in the wastebasket were frag- 
ments. A fragaatnt out ftom tba raal aitoto 
pata of the newspapar; (be engraving of a 
handaome office building, and scrawled acrom It 
In fountain pen ink the word "Ours." Scraps 
of letters torn to blta, toM nothing. But a 
shred of letter paper showed a few words writ- 
ten ta p a ncO— a round orampad haftd : 

". . . aan (aha tba aar afato wbaa ba It 
havtafdto . . 

TlMta flndt teamed to mean nothing, but ta 
a buraau drawer DoU found a cheap Uttia note- 
book. It was Charlotte AIHson's book of as- 
pense.4. Poverty-stricken Items were set Bowa 
. carefully, to that her week's extra^ rtiritnr^n 
would nevar a aeaa d her week's eamlnK i age 
after page the mean figures went on Ufea a 
limping procession of beggars. Then there were 
blanks until two appeared in the very back of 
Ihe book. These were written In the same 
hand, IfUt with a flourish: "ruture KxpensM." 
tVat was interesting More interesting ttlU 
was tlie nature of the ex^ r; .0 luxurloHf^ 
written down. "CaMa on Maiiratanla . . . 
My ctothM ta paxia .* . . BiTa ctothm to 
. . . Buy car in Italy . . . Be- 
st Mao^ . . . Prtyamd booto to 
Paris . . ." 

"She's been trying u> keep account of her ex- 
peoatt," tmllart Doll, dropping t:.p i^-^pi r.r 
prtoe tato her handbag, "i m goiaji 10 pnone 
the oflScr Wi.n '„ you look through all the 
alothaa? bonr -iirp vou find ctuos that way." 

Don found a di og store booth to ThINi A»o- 
nue and waa fartmaato to piltof liMtor it 

Wan HP here to his own 



"IBttt. Uoii — 

"And dump to an tba dMdat attomaya and 

deterthp-* and . >ns tiie ' 
come like a rire wagon.'" 

"AU right tfmr." ^ 

Doll was at the d . 
when wail's car stopped 
. ft 

to havp ma-tri- 
' ^f****! asked to have one of uie deleclivm ittj to 
- . Mr. Dalttmr mnOad and ptrmltlad It 

Dolt who had «;evpra| tiiliijrs ; , manage in 
few mtaute5, wounu Madama ArioU up to the 
pitdi of teUtag her ttory. Meanwhtte tha had 

taken IiPr h-rb;.:M tSldt and ! .id -he sauu- 
t.-<le in u paiagrapii. Bl^ldly she told him how 
iip had found a streak af powder on a eaat 

Uuattagton had bni/«hpd thp day bpfr.rr Ti,, 
eloatiwas abuui six paces from the clialr where 
<toariatto AUIaon had baan titttag, waHtaf tor 

Mr Well to romp ouf In ,,,, ;i:-t<. -he (,„,ld 
have slid into that clu6«i. Hud inddeu away. 
Undoubtedly tham had bana tome tert ot ^tot 

t^get Hunt InKtt.ii init of (ha bOU.'.< And w!i« 
dld^the expeiisue ucma to Oharluttes note- 

"Wa bftta found ■ said Hpctoi rfjciiiing the 
••hW fdltp, that this woman, Charlotte Al- 
Jlaab. did not Itava lir. wan-s apartment, but 

hid in a il.-«)Pf wKltlnn fu; him to go. This 
notebook shows Uiat alie liad hallucinations of 
grandaur. it is aa«y to raoonttmet har move- 
mentt during thp fp^v ii,i:!u;f '(hiie Mr. Well 
finished dressing. The nunuie he waa gone 
t.>ia oama aut took Mr. WW ravolvar from 
its drawer " 

iiector's diagnosis stopped abroptfy. BoO 
wat ptaching him. But it waa tao latft 
-It was a aplto tuMda." aald Mr. DoQlTar. 

"Mr. Well wri.'s on the < .>• hl.s Wedding. 
Nothing ta the worid would worry him mora 
than havtag a dead watoan faimd ta hB room. 
This Allison girl wa.s craz.y. She was perfectly 
willing to die, so long as paopla would 
think . , 

"But how did she know where t)ia cSoaal and 
the gun was?" Seeton WeU asked 1 1 ,. npvpy 
att ayaa on bw hatdre. Haven't 1 ^.a^a tiiat a 
thoumnd tlmmf " 

Thay had all gone dow n Oap ^IrI-s ^nel B»'h- 
ared to argue on the chipped browustone stoop. 
I < wwit to to eltatoi ta (Ma way." taa. 

too Well was protesting "t demand further 

*"''**f*JI«n- It^ aU very weU to wave It off, 
daB B (—*■'■"■ 



^f»dll:ne ArtOlt* 



Btit Doll UTu, ; 

arm. "Is that the man? • JTurtivaly aha ftoo 
potettaf to wtkl^ avtomobUa. 

"Vp.^' It k hl!!l' - 

• Hec. arrest Cummlngs befort ha 



"Anaalirber 



Charlotte's husband. He 
PlMMd Iba wboto thing. Be klUed her. Get 

Hector plunged down the ^'o-, • v„vrird the 
ear. Cummtngs must have scented trouble, for 
Uw talf-atartar and vaoM bftto 

thot away, had not Heptor seised big bga4 
•torn behind in a break-neck liaid. 
"Bow did you know Oummlngs waa tha 

nan?" Hec-tor i lirPiikfast to ask 

that quesUoo. They had both had twalva 
bourt' sloap and fOH twalva hours younger. 
"In the fii ' t pKncp old Huntlngtoft Hdd Ibftt 

tha man who teltphnnri to -pu bim that stary 
about his siPk son h.id a. luiuiy accent. 
Madanip Ai-.-v... that Charloltot 

tpoke with a I'l k: • \ '-'jinr Now 

way thtags happtiud. u aaa cunmiing* try- 
ing to sand everybody to Iba alaallto obato Ba 
staitad thp wi.isperlng campaigft About Mr. 
Well's havKi, kn own the woman ft long time. 

M 'n that dldnt wark to wan ba baiaa 

talking nbout how Hunttagton had irnf thp old 
pUtol fixed. The mtauU I set eyes on Cum- 
mlngs this momtog X juat plato dIdBt Mba blm. 

I talked to him fnr r mnm'n' and noMrPd li- 
triad hard to speak, liki- an fcnglisliman. But. 

hu effort wat vary abMay. BB aaatal wmmt 

right- 

"But I can't tee yet how you connected Cum* 



Tb^ 



If- .k 



"Wlicre wn« hP on the night of the mtnrdart 
Mr. Well had to call a taxi to no get thoso 
etchings. And I found a scrap ol paper in 
Charlotte's room written with a stub pentOi It 
said somathtag about taking out thp car ar-.d 
X knew that aonmbody around Charlotte was a 
chauffeur. In btr aooount book you ooHld ata 
*ha was hatching « plot to make m .ii'-v And 
aomebody was helpUig her. Who? 1 picked 
Cummtngs as the man." 

• Oee whisi" Hector sat awblB ta Min-jRh* ' 

"If you're through with that paper, saiU 
Doll mildly, "would |0U mind——" 

He handed it over to her. The fron' p.,- 
• carried the confession of Ed Jamc»on, aUas 
C'unmings. 

What he said was in thp unpouth .< tyle of an 
lUltorate man talking ta a stenographer. 

. . Whan I flnlahad my tlma at Mng 
Stag I took another name I gil a lob whirh 
I held a while tlU a friend of mine died in the 
hospital His nasM wto Jabn ^^^'-r Mt 
waa an englishman b rhaufTnir ro^r-, Vip hsd 
a swell letter of recommendation from Senator 
Baahfieid 80 X said «bat mal% I da wilb 

that letter and got one very good job Th»n r 
wortM a frame-up on a rich man and had 
■ 's live easy fOr a while. X mat (toar* 

l.jtte wtth .■^ome girls at a movie. Sht tatm#d ' > 
be aorf r f quper in the head, but When the said 
X i o get even wtth tha WeU family i 
began to think what I could do win- mv nweti 
lattar of recommendation. I was stuck on her 
at that tlma, and we got marrttd. I toU Bw 
X was working as a chatifT^ur ^pmp•^r^«^v 

"But I had a good Idea to work a big liold-up 
or I ho w«-ii rtitniiv Bha hated tham so mntb 
I knew she would do anything pi r plsv»d 
tha game for nearly a year and at last got a 
job with Beaton WeU. That waa Am. B«I X 
aptnt sis months showing him I'was n rood rp - 
MaMe guy. Whan I teamed ha was getting 
married and moved Into tba flMMi-ltoar 
apartment, X teen my '-hunp" i *hi,-vM Char« 
Mto how wa aauU clean up a niUiion maytm 
bnd get iiii n aa WW at tha aaam ttomu X 

fixed It wtth bar so «hp ronld f-t into hl^ 
place, by aoma bnm excuse or other, oa tha 
night bafora tba wedding. 

"Sol drawpd • plan of p!ar» iind showed 
Charlotte juM n here to hide 1 h« idea was for 
ata to aaam to right after Mr. WaB aad tay 
why B aw vlfa hare? t t^td cu* ^mte to help 
tu iii B to a lat at party rags on the 



4 

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THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA, ll.C SUNDAY, APRIL 6, 10.^0 



r 

■ Icchition 

I . 

ftif Hid 

* a tx) 



Hou/ to JFly 





By 

D(3nALD OGDLN S I LW AR l 



AUHJCAT ouuijr peopk sUii Mem to UUok 
tliM mtm Urn nib Mlr,f«r taiiMtt 

that flylnc requires a great deal of 
icchiaoii kiwwlMlcc aiMt actual expenence. 



i 



')\r Hid of some rontrlvancr .such a, an ali- 
plaue ur dirlsible baUoon. becauae flyuig wlth- 
* W M h >B l e» l help to stUl just 

atx)uf UK dlfncult a.s U aJ\na\r. waf and Is not 
recoouueackd lor tht t>ro, evea ob very windy 

I i an rrnwiiiIxT wliru the sanir feeling was 
iield by the majority ot i)ec)plr ubout the 
iMwljr>liiT0utod "honitoaa cairuiKf <ir "auto- 

iiiob:U' i.fi R haa QOW OOmc to bv !uiOWIL I 

can remember when a man who tnew anv- 
thlnt about automobUea was regardeU vrt ii^ 
iiiijLh a.s we now regard anyone who ondnr- 
atands the Elnateln thclrv Why. I can even 
mnttobtr when my grandmoUier JmU 
VfMpttaM, bttt. aa that hac Dothlng to do wtM 
thto article i .shall .say iiuthmg niorr aboii' 
It, Cfocpt tu apuiuglxe fur ever tiavlng iiien- 

ttaoad tt. z ddtfl tblak that I would imy 

BMBtloned It, as a matter of fact, except that I 
iMn to be getting older, and things lilte tlutw 
kMp popplBg into dqr artklM, and I juM want 

to let you know that I know fha; inv Kiaiid 
moUier a erysipelas luks nothing at all to do 
wMli •vtanobUM. But to Mtora to flytae 

Flying not al all the ( 'Hiiphcated tiling U, 
j^ecms. Anybody can be a flyer— provided, ol 
•OMW, ha has a gnwp of tha ftmdamental 

principle- nf a\lutluri and a u'X^d warm 
leather suit. Flyers are divided into (a) pilots, 
and <b) pawa nf tw. and I alian toke up tiM 

Ia;ter cla.s.s flr.'^t. In ordrr tlMl tllO.se v.!;-. • 
not wish to learn to be pUoto Ott flnisli this 
arttda as qutekly aa poMAMa and cet iMCk to 

Mirli- lighter rradiiiK ■I rihnl' al c vsh', l)ke 
these are, I realise, apt to be a bit dull lor the 
layman, and ao I shaTI endeavor to make tlito 
a.s lntrrest.ln^,' puvihic ijy inaerting various 
lltUe anecdote.} to illustrate iby poh ucta 
•1, Set example, the story about the liuaociiger 
ite Ml out of a piai.e when it was H^MB 
feet above Jernev Citv i for^pt at the mo- 
ment Just what point that illobtrates, but It 
shows that dry, teehnleal detalU can aonw- 
times be enlivened, and tlat nfter tU, !• VlMt 
counts. So much for ch^a u. 
IB elaai m Hit aaotrary. eoma the mm 

")■■ wdinaii becaiis/> nowada'.s there all al- 
most as niauy women Intere&led lu aviaUflB 



there aie men. and, alUtough I do aol Viill 
to MtoK to l» oM-ftobtaned. It doaa aUIke nw 

at thnes that there nil^-lu be better things for 
womeii to do tlutu AyUig aromid la one of 
liMW rliHiiuliiiM to<i1m cults, and eartalnly 

a girl does not UK)k her be^t with a pararhute 
itnpper 0(1 her back, ur even, for Uial luatier, 

any way of lelltng just where a pararhut" is 
goUig to light, and, if I were a husband, 

betar eKBad up at any 

huur of the day or nucht and refjuested to 
clmib to tha top of some roof or tall tree just 
there) wlieao duty it to to 

pilot t!i»' iil.inc' .md here, a'? I have .sut-i^e.s'eil , 

Jt la necessary to have, fUst ol all, a ku(k1 idea 



par cent for handUng and a du&lt of biilers. 
Tliat gfvea you 




toilet rnxi: 'if a! ^pei d \ nu mhisI writi t.. -lie 
oepartmeul at utuwa that liaudlea Uie*e 
taqulrtoB, and taB tham that yon an s Mand 

of Senator Shumons tnklay OW to fbMdn 

a self -addreiii,ed envelope. 

Once you have left the ground, however, 
your problem becomes aooaowhat men otm» 
pttflRtad. Then li. ftgto «r all. tito «aMe« 

Arachutes are, after alt a rathat cowardly way of 

aroidinr certain responaibitiHes. Not odly that. 

hut thcv .^re ao unbr., (..mf thrtt it li * 
poitkiblc to find aaytlung tiui ically 



••B Uw *>dtak,'' because u Is by means of the 
"sttatc" that the plane to kept on an even 

ke< I and to keep the plane on an even keel. 
U Is a luadamental precept In aviation that 
fw know whve the 'stick" U. X siiaii. ihei^- 
fen. act bsCter to AMha • rrttok." 

^' ^ ' i!i ln:;).;r t,.|-, ( ,ni;;es the QUaOtlOtt Of 

ruiMng ur loMciiug the plane, or, as it to tolled 



It la 



Otot 



with an inexperienced pilot, because It nuw hf 
acvaral days before they get down agam, aito 
hnafto to aoa of the moat fundaawnlal of 

human eiiiotioi!- I ;« a' .' :!)!v part Icilarly 
t>ecau»c ul Uu' utiiuKuuMlc experience of a 
fttohd of mtM aamad MM. X <that wapit, «C 

'i;UiM ' who went t:- thO 

liai rowing cxpciience of aluutal bcuig eatth 

•llto hy fltoonl lutopy iMMMfM m Jwt 

stich. an occtfrioO and was >ared I'oly w hen the 
pian» ran ool tC fMOUlW and fell as.OOO lect— 



. before you kMw it, have landed. 
And the reat ie aimply a roattar df a Itor weeka 
or OMOlkB hi a boepitaL 




of certain fundamental principles in aviation. 
For example, a good pilot ought to kSBV 
what it is that makes his plane leave the 
ground and he oug^t to know. Xurthennore. 



catise these are Qup.stion' wliirh h.e apt to be 
asked by nervouzt pa^^eiigers at aiuiuttt any 

muiute, and. If ho doaa nat know tha aaawar. 

It is liable to have a •^erlou-; effpe' uiKin tho 
r'e morale, and, as every good pilot 

eaa haft a^m^m^''' - ing effect upon the 
and even upon tha furniture 



of the plane itself. I remember — but perhaps 
Mna other thao would bo baMer. 

At any n'e let t:.i:e t!ie qiicstlon: 
"Why does a plane leave the ground?" 



To 



plane "N" 'ha* wntiV. • . '■■a- - •!•.• ^•■n:':A "M" 
at pomt "P." or, as it is ceiled, the old ■ NMP" 
pMton. Mowttwfflbeiiooananrtoaaettlaln 
first (a> the sp' « d cf i ' e wind "W" and (o) tha 
nature of the sou ' K. 
IkUttlplylni these tofothar and dtvldinr by 

-.;!i;lnal tjuotlent, you get the variable 

norm 1^-prime," to which you nuut add ten 



of keeping the plane on an even keel (which 
to oaUed '%uBdltat,'* after Uout. BdUdle, who 

didn't I and <f) getting back to the ground 
again as near as poftlble to the province or 
eouBlry tltn wMch yoo **took oft." The first 
of these problems resolves itself into thd 
simp]^ question of adjusting the various levers, 
etc.. which you wlH find in the cockpit of any 
Of the more modem plaaea. and to do thto 

OOrrectly it is nece«;':arv f/i hnvp a brief idea 
aa to the names and luiutiun^ ol tlie levers, 
etc., with which yoiHr plane to oq ul ppad. fMI 
Of all, yoa noil flad I 



should know how to do not only one but both 
of thett manoeuvres, antf~Buy aerlous acci- 
dents have resulted just beoauee a pilot know 
how to fly tUgW. yet had not yet learned 
the converse evolution. 2n fact, I know of no 
more anaoytaig altiMtlato to Uto Moapaat of n 
: Ian • I' an to have the pilot turn to him at 
nuecn ur twenty thousand feet aiKl confess 
that ha doont tatow how to«i«t tht domad 
thln^ to stop going Up. For thto.raMQB. ta- 
cldentaUy. it is usually wise for 
fUl tbair poekito wtHi, 




Ihto brtnga me to the subject of paraehutaa, 

n 'iceii! in^en'tM.. v 'm. has done much to 
ac:suu> the tiulU vi auuuon. I suppose that 
pdractnxtaa had to come, but I ahall aorar 

reav- >,.. ifgret the trood old davs \^hen thO 
faiiuie ui ones motor at &0.0U0 feet meant aa 
uBfoBiattoMa thifll. ParadMlH an, «ftw all. 

a rather rowardly way of avoiding rertaln re- 
sponsibilities. Mot only that, but they aic so 
unbennmlur that H H ahaoal laipwrtik *to 
ftid aaytWat tiWl mlly goes T^-lth them-a 
laot wMflb wfi pnbaMy lUmt their usage to 
aylatka for aonw yoan to ootoa. T ui t im - 
it U ■ v'leniely dlflflcult to dlspoee of 
It parachutes, bacaute, if one gives 
ena^ last year's paraehuto to oaaH aiald or 
butler, the next thing he or she will want will 
tie a plane In wluch to wear It, and so the 
vldous circto starts all over again. I, for one. 
otoM tha dagr that tha tMwi «tM isfiMad. 

Finally. let W taho up landing. Tlie be.«t 
atot of landlap aro those in whldi Uie plane. 
tiM pOot. and tho paaaeafmr^ toad at tho 

MdM time and In the .same .spot, although 
yory good "class B ' landings iiave boon made 
la whkli tha ptaae aad ooeupaato wore aeat- 
tered at regular distances witlUn an area of 
three square miles. It to usual, in making 
good landings, to pick out some level piece of 
ground, such as a golf course, and circle slow- 
ly around it aeveral times. Then, shutting off 
yaur motor, you tako a deep breath and aim 
for tha ^t' ^ i'f* *' * at nnriMnlilp oatoailta 
tee, or whatever ofllrlal liappens to be put- 
ting on the eighteenth green— and viola I lie- 
faro you know It you havo laadid. Aad tha 
rest \n simply a matter if a ftw WOlfea ft 
montiis In a hoq;>ital. 

HO, flying to deddedly not tho difficult thine 
ittoidtobe. 



Why the Naval Parley Cannot Afford to Fail 



By H. A L PT^ITFrR 



Kil jrut or ) 



A NUMBSR of powers agree with me «n- 
other that never, under any eireum- 



Wlll they play a i-a,;! ■■ - They 
then Mioauly meet together and draw up 
rules g o v em l ag the number of ptooea en the 

board and the innniu" Ui which the pieces 
shotild be used. Such appears to be the pro- 
cedure of tho treat naval powere now gath- 
ired together t'. fiame :i -. 'i. ;! . • -Mval 
disarmament in London. Each of thet>e pow- 
eiB haa adenudy decl ar e d fto Intentloa under 

no rlrcunistancn* to resort to war a.s an In- 
stnmient of national policy; yet all are en- 
gated hi andena caloutatloaa aa to the ton- 



raRp of .shI;* 



■!i;!it of k'uns. the si/e of 



navies, the itbe of submariiiee, as if war were 
atttt a f ormldabto contingency which ao pne« 
tleal statesman can afTord to dLsrrgard. 

Tha paradox is very glarUig. Aa the oon- 
feraaee drags on. ifcople ask themeehres 
whether, after aii any subatantlal good to 
reaped by thaaa difficult attea^to to 
International oettMmcnt of the 
pr^iein < ,i .say, buUd ac> 

cording to lU needs, and let us tmet the 
traado pNMWt aad tha trowtag good 
of democndle oloetctmlaa to ahaek tha unltm> 
ited growth o( awM u ao at a. 

Al tMa aaaadi my pUualUa. Nobody wlU 
deny that a conference on disarmament to a 
very deUcate matter. Indeed there to no ephere 
of intemattaaal dtoeaaetoa hi whMi H to ao 

(lim< t;I' to create an atmosphere of OOafldMWO. 

One reason fof this is obvloua. The esparta 
are profearfenal alanntota. **T» the theolo- 

Rlan " sal.i a i ^ea' 'atPMiian. "nothing Is In- 
nocent, to the doctor nothing to wholesome, 
to tho aOMtor nothing to eafe." Another and 
even ,• ■■!>•:■: • -n •••i m- k-. of mis- 

calculations are formidable, a third that the 
irmna tba dae pwt and most 
layaliiM of 



e agreement the more valuaMi ttf rmutte. 
but any agreement to better than none. Svon 
an agreement not to exceed the present level 

of naval expenditure for a p" ,! of years 
would have a pqrcbologlcal value far in aaeaea 
of Ita ecooomle results. 

New (.inniH'tition Arising 
TT is above all important that agreement 
^ ahoukl bo reaehod now. DeepMo tha eeeao- 

mles whlcli the five great naval jviwris have 
practiced iiuce the war. there are abundant 
iltns of a roerudeaeeaco of tha iplrtt of osoa* 
petitlve armaments in the world. 

Oompotltton, too, to springing up in new 
quartera. The world Maraa with surprise that 

Poland has .started her career a.s a naval 
power, and that Germany thlnka It necessary 
- to build agalaat aa owatual Foltoh menace on 

the sea. and WB kaOW what alarm the Intel- 
ligent Pertlaas, tho Vrench political writer. 
OMMatvae of tho toteet product of the Oerman 
ahlpbttilding yards. This terrible new Oerman 
battleship, viewed, as It would appear, with 
equanimity to London, to held to deaerve very 
eerioua oooildiratlon in Paris. 

TImto to a aaoond reason for wishing a 
prompt treatment of ttie haval question, iho 

experience of the war showed that the lUttloaa 
had Incurred a great deal of expenditure upon 
typee of amuuaaat whtoh were shown to be 
' >> I useless as soon as the first shoto 

were fired. Our vast expenditure on Dread- 
aoagtito adt only dlreetly encouraged a cor- 
mpoodtat outlay to Qormany. but was for the 
part TahMtoto dmtat tha aayi4 war. la* 



deed many good aawU Jadtto diallengo the 

ii.sefulness of these costly and gigantic battle- 
ihni£,. and many more, without challenging 
their usefulnees. would t>adly welcome a 
drastic reduction in "iPir sl-e ,Tnd cast, it is 
well to take udvantage of these current* oL 
naval opUiion; while the experience of nto- 
applied naval expenditure Ls fretii,tt la radtr 
to press the case for economy. 

iiiirrmcnl ill Hr I tnind 
IT is yet too soon to forecast Uie results of 
*" the ao el iw i ieo. Soom ttUngs. however, can 
bo pndtoled. The .•submarine will not be aboi- 
tohed aeeertliifc to tho deelree of the British 
and Aaieileana, but tte staa win probably be 

limited and Its u.se.H defined Battleships will 
not be scrapped wholesale. k|(t subjected to 
further Umttatlens in number and atoe. 

It is diCDcur i ' licve that an a g ree ro ent 
will not be reached upon the onitoer question. 
Sfaioo the dUrerenoea between Britain and the 
United States, which were so formidable In 
Geneva, have now been senaibly reduced, 
ftaneo and Italy aeem disposed to make their 
contribution to the .spttlement . though leSB 
enthusiastic^ than the Anglo-Saxon powers, 
la a woM, the conference will find some sort 
of an agreement. 

Heralded as it ha.s been with so much pub* 
lie comment and expeototlon. supported aa It 
to by tho wtohea of ao many mlUloaa. it oannc: 
efford to fall; and If It does less than was 
originally hoped it will, at any rate, arrest 
poeiUve ntrniH iii w a aad pnpare the way 
lor a fiMur advaaoa^-Oopfrlght, mo. 



Lemon Verbena 



(Continued From Preceding Page> 

But Just before Charlotte started out to Mr. 
wen's ptooe'ttie beiran to whine aonethlng aw« 
ful. ohe said M; Wei; w t n • to blame forhto 
old man's deeds and she dldnt want to get 
mhMd up hi hiacikmail I aort of had to scare 
her into ooadaf aleng aad took kar ovor to 
Mr. weUli ear. I aat ontolde wmag aad waa 
glad to aee ihe dldat oobm out. 

"That was aU right uatll I got mbi ibm whOa 
Mr. Well wa.^ at his partv .Suppose. I says, 
that she gets cold-footed and walks out. So In 
the middle of the evening I drives back 'to the 
apartment and she lets i-^ i; -Mr i. vi 
fancy coat she liorrowea aiui iJiys 1 m iom^ 
t ome. What are you going hooM for I adu, 
and she aays I told you this is a nasty game. I 
says you're a welcher and you got to come etoan 
frllh BM or yon doat leave heio attve. 

'•Well, one thing led to another. I knew 
where old Huntington left Well's toy cannon in 
tha bureau. Btoee I'd <phoaed that fairy atory 
about Huntington's boy sick in Brooklyn I felt 
aort of aafe to do what l want. So I took out 
the gat and awont It a ooupto of tfanea. Not 
meaning to hurt her Then she says 111 go 
straight to Mr. Well and tell him what you're 
trying to da aba atarts for the deer, aad I 
pulled the trigger." 

Maude Stoat aat looking at the page. Her 
chbi waa working and tears were running down 
her cheeks. 

"Doll. " said Hee. "I gueas, if you didn't have 
Bad and me to toke care of. you'd make a 
darned good detective." 

"Thank Heaven for you and Bud," she qua- 
%ered and wept openly into her second cup of 



Shrines of B 



ntain s 

By CHARLES CONWAY 




Eton College 

DUROKt the lato four oeahntaa a 
ninnber of the most illustrious men In 
British history have received their 
edaaatton at Wtm OoOe^. which to oae of the 
largest and the most famoiLs of nrltaln'.s many 
ancient public schools, and at the present day 
among Ita achoiars are to be found the adona 
of the nation's leading families and the sons 
of aemal Indian princea and fonlpi 



The college was foimded In 1440 by King 
Henry VI. who endowed it with sufficient, 
funds for the maintenance of a provost, ten 
' 5ad ' priests, four Uy clerks, she choristers, 
twenty-five poor scholars and twenty-flve poor 
men, using for its endowment the revenue of 
aoBM of the alto« raugtous houses which had 
been ,.p...r<,.e.i bf hti fatfaor and puiiaiMii 
on iiic int une, iving Bbary V. 

The eoDege waa modeBed on the tfaM-ef 
Winchester College, which had l>een foaadOd 
nity years earlier by William of Wytehaa^ 
frtioea Btetotea wore used at He* wttheut ma- 
terial alteration, on^ 1f,s {\rsi hoadBiaster wa.s 
WUUam of Wayneflete, who had boea a master ' 
at WtadMBter. and whoee adrtee waa torgety 
followed b. i . in the organlxing of the 
school at Ston. iienry VI was also the founder 
of Kldg^ OoOege at Cambridge university, and 
he established a close connection l>etween the 
two ooUegea. which atlU eztoto to a nodlflad 
form. 

to Uato altifratlem taava fetn 



How Cotton Is Being PicJvcd With a i'ncumatic ''Glove 



) EMpewU Aro Never United 

TF the experts were '.inited. H. would hO 

* easier to reach a settlement. SxfitiU, hew- 
ever, are neror wnMed. Ihe kto Sir Henry 
Wiisn, -.vrote meooin Of hto War experiences 
wiiich tended to MffMt that to Britain the 
aoldtora alwaya took one aUe aad tho olvUkna 

another. This Is an error. Military f^ni^m 
was always divided on broad queatloea of 
Mtotegy and the unfortunate civilians were 
railed in to decide between the opposing 
sch ooto o f mlliUry thought. Tho present naval 
eoBfenaeo ahowa eknitar dlvlatoua of opinion 

between the experts of .! lent navloe. 

The British, who have perhapa atore expo- 
rtoiwe of the aia thaa aajr alher aaUon. hold 

that the .submattae to aot a defensive but nn 
oflensive weapoa. Itm P^weh hold exactly 
the oontrary. To the mtnd of the Brlttoh naval 

offlcei f)'r aernplane Is the prin. )pnl defensive 

weapot^ against a tong range bombardment. 
Hto nendi appear to ttrtak that they would 

do better with •' wlm.Trlno All thai the 

poor civilian taxpayer can say to that the 
of theee oppeatat contentions 
1 ba so inconvenient to him that he prays 
Oetf that the matter may never be put to tha 



«4 



Neve" ; ' de-jit'. dlfBcuItlaa 
which beset such a conference as is now meet- 
ing to Lenten, we bcBevo that H will render 

" « ' ' i irnanlty If It r«ache« any 

kind of agreement upon tha toaues which have 
beak plaaed toiere it. One of the great eviia 
vhlch l-'v.im up iiof-;, •'.■„■ li.jii.;!;' of the world 
is oompetltlvt naval bulMiog. We In —"gland 
hkto only tea m* raasea to reeolieot the 

■<mseqi)»-nc*.- ,if thr rr.nii.<-tlf ive race m nOVal 
armaments which preceded the Great War 
Halt to an eapni If iitv which «rr not anx- 
ious t., hi.' ... „■ , onjy ^ 

averted b^y agreement^ The aort 



UAOam for picking eotton was recent- 
• «^ taeted on a farm ^mv r<,' ., , Chltotl, 
Tnu. After the demonstration, Mr. Jonas 
WMI, aianatii of the farm, made a public 
.aatement. whMl li briefly .summarlaed iS At 
Manufacturata* Iteeord as foUows: 
"(1) Ttm flaldi wei« ptakad deener than by 

hand: f2> The machine.^ operated on about 
one gallon of gasoline daily; (3) Machine op- 
eraton were eatlaaiy haad-plekora aaleetod 

from the field crawa; (d> Owing to the fluffy 
condiUon o< the aMNMa»>9lcked cotton it waa 
poeriUe to put but MM peaada to ea«h eotton 

vagnn. uhlch normally l1r>ld.^ :<,200 pounds of 
hand-picked cotton; (5> Of two bales of ma- 
cbtae-plekod oottoa aad ten batoa of hand- 
picked cotton from the .^nie field aad ghTHtd 
at the same gins, there was an avafafa of Hi 
pounds loss oa aeeenat of traah In ea^ of the 

five two-bale loads r.' ■ ' picked en" nr : 
only fifty-live pounds ol trash hi a tWo-bale 
load Of maehtoe-ptohM aaltaa: (f » The hand- 
picked cotton graded strict low midd'i 
machine-picked cotton graded strict middling, 
color to haprotod by the aMohtoe wwtof to 

the r leaning during the picking operation 
Actual saving in the cost of picking and 
rttag and the taenaae to ■aWiat priee of tha 

■lachlne-r't^kr ; -ntfon prodn '■! ' . itn 

over the rnju.aj receipts; (8> iiic test wa^ pcr- 

Only alMNit 800 pound.^ of .^eod cotton j c 

the lee res had been stripped aa by worms, and 



Wide, five aad a half feet toag. 

Mir ftit Mgm 



and fear aad a 



rolling OB thm wheels bettveen the rows, car- 

yytaf tt| owB bag MMtat iMa *rtf to a IMB- 



dred pounds of cottaa, aad powered with a 
aaaA fbar-ofttader gaaottae engipa. The 
BMttiod Of Operating to thua 



The mannfarturer.x of t; r . innoune* 
it has been buUt to nt into the hands of 
eeaeat hand-pteklng erewa. without re- 

(? ■.til!''d !>»lii.| 



to pick cotton In a more saiufactory 

bp Itoat; aai to be Bold at a eompani. 

tlveiy low price. 

_Ihe ye sent mec hanical picker was developed 
■l*tototaf aad Biii Mite wllh varloua 
fttok 




The- lightweight plckerhead. woni like a 
glove, fits snugly hito the palm. The picker's . 
head reachea for the ripe boll exactly aa If Qm 
flngen were to pick the cotton, but the human 
hand dOM aot touch the cotton, Uic picker- 
head dotat It aatOBtotleally. It can alao be 

. operated on dayi when mol/«twn> is on the 
cotton, to the extent of dew deposits or even 
Ught showera, aad to lato aaaaona thto o^wdty 
doubles the number of picking hours on damp' 
daya. Aa It is picked from the boll, the cotton 
if handled in the machine by air exactly aa 
cotton is handled at gUis and textile ml.ls. The 
"wipers" in the pickerhead tate the cotton 
from the boU and Huff out ovary lock. After It 
Is Inside of the pickerhead, air currents con- 
vey the eotton through a long tut>e and direct 
It Niatoet a plain wk« aereen, thua aeparattog 
ramt dirt, moisture, and other fOreltB atottor. 
ao the cotton to clean when it drape lato the 



to the coaatltutkm of Btoa OoUsge. aad 

its governing body now consists of a provost, 
ten fellows, the headmaster and the master 
Of the lower aehool. and there are two dtottaot 
(dl^HOa of achoiars, namely, the Collegers, who 
are provldad with their board and their edu- 
oattofi ftoe of charge, and the OppkUaat, iltm 
pay hl|h Um, 

No DUUncUon in School 

TTHERE I.s no distinction made between the 
' two classes of scholars in school, but the 
OoOitonk Who reptoaeat the peer begfo of the 

original fnnn ! r and are seventy In num- 
l>er, wear black guwiut and live in the college, 
whfle the OppMlane. who fom tho bulk of fha 

achol.nrs and number about one thousand, 
wear Uie well-known Kton suit and are board- 
ed and lodted to the hoaeto of the masters. 
The Eton suit oonstoto of a tall sUk hnt broad 
linen collar and a ahort tailless coat, waistcoat 
and long troueen, but in cases of boys more 
than five feet six inches to height a tail-ooat 
replaces the tall Itoi «M ««ni bf gaiallto 
boye. 

m the aehool yavi, where the boys assembto 

for roll-rail, there Is a statue of King Henry 
VI, and in the upper school are memorial 
bueto of a larte aaaaher of totoona old 

scholars, including Mr Oladstone, Rlr Robert 
Peel, the great Ouke of Wellington, George 
Oanalat, ChailM ibaiw ftoi aad Wttttaai ntt. 

Earl of Chatham Tn the school library are 
many literary treasures, including tiie manu- 
senpt of «Hel>ter Oetoter.* the llrot B«ltoh 
comedy, which was written in 1553 by Nlcholaa 
Udall, one of tho mastera at Bton; a oopy of 
the lint fOHo of Shakeepeare'a playa, and the 

manuscript of Thomas Ciray'a HBlIF WMttOh 

Sports llolii i'laco 
'T^U£ principal annual ciicoiation of the 
^ adiool. wtaUH tafeto plaoe oa Juae 4. to 

one of Britain's great society events, and was 
cstabi^ed to conunemorafc tlie birthday cl 
KMm O ee ii a m, who took a great Interat to 
the achaol and scholars. 
UN faaww nmark of the Duke of WelUi^- 

the playing fields of rton" was a 
tribute to the sporting prowees af Ms aid 
artMOl, where a larpe aaail^ e< tte 
in the memorable conflict had raeelfad 
education. In every daaa of sport Bton hobto 
a high place among the BriUsh public soboota. 
especially on the water, and a large p ro p ort to n 
of the oarsmen who have formed tha orew^ in 
Uie aimual boat rato between the Universiues 
of Oxford and nawbrldte hava latoi eld 

Btonlans The ' owing Ijoys at, rt/yn arv railed 
to distinguish Uiem from Uie 



TUm n*mA nf tl,« 
< oIKm Pirker I, 
Wnm IJIt* a i.ir^^m. 
A« ih» < oli»»i I « 

Pnll ll l« < on rjrd 
h» ^<r I hr»n4.li ^ 

jabe to a 



One of the 

nations in connection with the prodiirtlon of 
cotton is the plcUng of the crop. Althougli 
the week to aat heavy aad eaa be doaa by 

vomen and even children of the negro popula- 
ilon. as well as by men. it is very tedious and 
great eato haa to be need. Meet jliiiii rarely 

average more than one hundred pounds dally 
and the planters often have great dlfBcuUy in 
tattlag them to week betoto the ooMon to faBy 

kiTig .■'■;is£r; only about 

days, tne kisses ratuiting from 
to faflMriag H fary 



0 I ullage loi Cut i loivei s 




^ .supply of deltei'e irreen foliage to go with 
cut fknrcrs during the Summer. IX thto^hM 

well to follow the old gardener's example and 
sow a bed of ordinary aaparagus to supply the 



small sterns ar-- !>e .• , 
be accorded (he eiabor- 



For UlU purpoise 
and the bed need 



lar«e ruM 
manuring' 




p dt>'.- . ..1 

The «eea lOiuiUU be 



not only will rre^ i «-<^i 
eotton, but will ooviatt: the 




Inches apart The ajtp«iagu< : < h tatta 
mg aad may not yield piecea laige enough to 

inoderatatr «i|ldi*-» feed will last for 



6 



Tlin DATr.Y COr.OXIST. VICTORIA. B.C. SUNDAY. APRU; 6. 1930 




Welcoming Spring in Sweden 

By Margvet Biornsfelt 




II WM the lut day of AurlL Hm tads 
(111 titf.i wi'iv sAfWi]i)i_ tilt" Inilf liCV. 

blades oX graM pu&iicd up through the 
ffeat dlaappeftrtiiff mow. Little streams Joined 

thr KUrgluiK l)iiK.k% nil KiMi to I.:iki 

Maren, whose coat uX ice tiad grown thiu and 
iNfaa IB tht wMm suMhtai. 
TlM chlldm «wt ptatytaff !•« ontaldt. At 

last AniiP Marlf siild "T think wpcl hp't(M 
■top ruimuig, we U be tou tiieU tu gu toihglil, 

£0«ftO!' ■' 

- Oh, wlial is 11? What does It mean? Do 
you think mother will let us go? And what 
HI r we to take?" asked BrynhUd l»«athlesaly. 

Brynhlld and Phyllis thi* rnu.tliis from Knf?- 
land. thought bwedeii a uiu&l inicieiiluig place. 

MoMlaailMd. "What a wwbar of nuwMuiii 

you can think < f a; oner Brynhlld I think 
your mother wlU let you go, because daddy 
saM siM need to go with htm wtien they were 

-!;':drT ,(; ' ■'. " was lots of fun. 

yiit^ 1(1' suiv lo w 0.111 lit go tonlRht, too." 

"Oh, goody 1 But what do we take, and 
vtel d» ira fo f «rr ' 

"There you go again, asking a lot of ques- 
tions at oooe. Let's jtlay one more game and 
thm «1itn wo an resting around the ilre 
rn tan you all almit It." answwsd Mona. 

Hiyr,' ild 5howed them how to play "Here 
We uo Round the Mulberry Bush." Uow 
they enjoyed It! eqMelally Karln and LUla 
Bror, who wanted to keep on washing clothes 
and going to church. LUla Bror said, "Kawln, 
me not Ittle, me big— me 'aush c'o'es." They 
all laughed at the baby darda. vbo triad to 
do pverythlng they did. 

After awhile, tired but happy, Uiey entered 
tlM boose. What a seramUt tbsre ma to ase 
iriw w««ild bo ftm to imB$ «p bar boat. Aa 



Crab Orphanages Is a 
Solarium Game 



A MONO thr many Rames deviead tar^Mf 
own amusement by the chlldrsB of tho 
•ol a ri u m none is mors a n g r oss ln g and movo 

generally enjoyed by it! ttttk ttw o nt ofi HMUI 
"Crab Orphanages." 

What the crabs themselves may think of 
the part they play in the day's happiness of 
the little patients it would be dlAcult to say, 
but they could not compjlaln of Ul-treatmcnt. 
even if they were able to veloO an opinion of 
it .-i'' ' : thl.s Is how the Rame Is played 

ci.iia.ea who have been swlnunlng and 
•plashing la tha pool and who hava ooma upon 
the .-and.? to await their turn at rowing In 
one of the three boats now gliding about tha 
bay. with oargoaa of iMmo who are aUs to row 

;infl -ome who are not, run about and collect 
heaps of stones, with which they build Uttle 
wans, dividing off small sqwocs; these odd 
little ti 'i! are the "orphanage?. " 

Large bioiies are then eagerly lilted, or 
tamed over, and innumerable small crabs are 
fqond and transported to the orphanages, 
where they are carefully kept from cUimblng 
over the walls or from hurting one another in 
any way. 

All kinds of eager conversation is waged 
over tlie doings of the orphans and arrange- 
mants of the orphanages: "Oh, give your crabs 
a Uttle freedom " one will suggest, and a walk 
OB the beach may be allowed under wise super - 
vMoa, or "Hsre. what are yoa ttolag la this 

orphanage? Thl.-; crab Is far too rough; put 
him in the boys' orphanage, he isn t fit to 
play with the little gtrto." 

At any minute the whole orphanage, be it 
for boys or girls, will be deserted by its 
gaawMsns, for at any lime a beat may eome 

In, and while the ( rrw is rhanglng the crabs 
may scuttle over the walls and escape to their 
stroBghelds: or again, the tide may eome in 
and the whole orphanaga may float sot on a 
wava.>— li. X. C. 



Hipu ( aiilt I Inn \ iU'lLs 

Got i heir iSame 



A 1 rm the death of Thomas a Becket at 
^ the shrine of OaatCfbiny. it was not long 
before many osade pilgrimage to his shrine in 
Canterbury Oathadral. aeeklng for miracles of 
hen r be performed. Gradually pilgrim- 
ages to canterbury booame part of the life of 
the aovthem ctwntles. The pilgrims traveled 
with their s'aves in their right hands and with 
tha naeawlttes for their journey slung upon 
thslr baeka. In tlielr free hand they also car- 
rlad a mus tlnkttng beU. 

It was the dl.scovery of the resemblance of 
the flower to those bells wliich first of all 
eaused it to be ealled a Oaalartmry bell. Then- 

sands who have us^d the name have not the 
faintest Idea of the origin and connection of 
Um flirase. But the foet renaahia thai thU 
Iba beginning of the tise of the term 
been connected with it ever since. 



A Calculating D 



*T*fflt story of a <I'>k that could do 

mathematics was tuld by Dr. William 
Moodli, or UUmim, t» am Mitlonal Oooneil 
lisaMl^gMm. 

aald Dr. Hoodie, "was a math- 
and «Md to Mho a Might m asktos 
''' I * ' ■ pie fluesflon In arithmetic. It 
Aouid answer by barking the requisite number 
af Mmaa. 1*d \lag w««M Ml you what was 
he -^f) l . t of nine, what two and thrit 
•itade, and so on. This mathaptatklan had m 
Maa h i m si l f fiew he gavo the dog tho signal. 

nnri ■ "rs who wntchr i . ,refii';-. 

could &CC n> signal given, riie dog gased 
MMlr bMa Ms maatar's Mat and nam toflai. 
to »ifc ibt ttyMki mariKm gf 



oaoal Anno Marie woo. and she dashed hito 

the .slt[inx r>.oi!i [i> i-iv.' t!i. n I'uk. i 

always Xeel scd wtien the lue wuii t buru. 1 
eant help thinking that it is sad too, and I 
u.iiit to • hecr it up," she said. 

The htUe ones sat as near Nona as they 
coulid get, each on a footstool, which is caUed 
pal - in Swedish. Karin and LUla Bror, 
cluoLwd the "inseparables* by the older 
children, were ciiatting very fast to eacit 
olliar. when somaena aaM. "Vuili. er yoa went 

!h'H! ' lie .stoi'v " 

iUriu leaned over and said, "Yoa OUHtn't 
talk, UUa^Brar.** 

And ha' answarod. Itoi ma not toft. Ma 
hear a 'lory Ma ba good bogr 'causf me Ikf 

hear torles. " 

This long speech from such a small boy 
caused much merriment among the girls. 
When the chuckles and giggles had subsided. 
Nona began, "There is a superstition that on 
the evening of the laat day of April tho witches 
ride on broomsticks «p to the hilltops where 
they dance, so the people living in the valleys 
eatry wood#nd branehes to tha top of ttit bins 
or mountains and build huge fire.s to keep 
them from coming. The people gather around 
tha lira and aat Iba taasb ttaar bmra brought 
and taB sMlaa.'* 

"Oh, I think thaf.s lovely." .said Brynhlld, 
And I wish I could ace a witch for once. 
Do you tbtaik wa will aaa any tonli^?'* • 

"Of course we won't. We don't really be- 
lieve there are any. but I think it is nice to 
keep up the old customs, dont you?" 

"Tea. todasd. I'd glad wa do.** aadaimad 
Anne Marie, "And I like to think that when 
we build the fire on the hilltop that instead 
of fHfMsBinv wMsSiaa wa ara waknnlng 



Som^hing to Do 




«*4k^ f A^i fff? 
ff» rubber AT 



i hv Spinning I'm 

T~\ID you ever spin a pin attached to a rub- 
ber band? No matter how it is bent, 
when revolving rapidly it seems to ba a dish 
of some definite shape. 

Tlia skateh shows how tha parts are assem- 
bled Use a small rubber band a few inches 
long, and to it, somewhere near the middle, 
tie a pta or pleea of amaU who with fine 
thread. When bent to the .shape r.hown at 
the left and spun between the thumbe and 
foreflngora of both hands, the pin seems to 
b? a dl.sh who.se shape is .shown by the ."shaded 
lines at the right. By bending the pin to some 
other shape aa entirely dlffarant dlab is 
forn, ' , 

The ef!' ( ; is greatly heightened If It l.s .spun 
before a dark background with a bright light 
thrown upon the pin. This will prove to be an 
interesting party stunt If the guests present 
are each provided with a rubber band and a 
pin. Stage a contest to see who can iiroduce 
the most effective or distinctive object. The 
fun lent confined to dishes alone, by any 
means— In fact ahnoat any lymnMtriaal object 
can be Imitated. 

This will need sklU and patience, but it U 
worthwhile. 



Ihe River 



Why hurry, little river. 

Why bwry to the aaat 
There is nothing there to do 
But to sink into the blue 

And an forgotten be. 
There Is nothing on tlir.t shore 
But the tides for evermore, 
And tha fbint and far-off Una 
Where the winds across the brine 
For ever, ever roam 
And narer find o hoiae. 

Why hurry, little river, 

Prom the mountains and the 
Where the graceful elms are 
And the quiet cattle feed? 
The loving shadows cool, 
lbs deep and restful pool; 
And every tribute stream 
Brings its own sweet woodland dream 
Of the miffhty woods that sleep 
Where the sighs of earth are deep. 
And the aUam stars look down 



Oh. ling