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ftiid nii«. wuntr weather boeomliv 

from trie Crmgl to MHiiiu»6a- 




COLONIST TKUlPUOIIBi 

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Bumne*. Offia« 11 
CircuUlion 12 

Jolt PrintMH 197 

Editon*! KtK-inj M 

IWitor 



\( ). J 73-SEVENTY.FIR9T YEAR 



VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMMA, SUPfDA Y, JUNE 30, 1929 



f OK i \ -EIGHT PAGES 



FIVE DIE WHEN AIR LINER PLUNGES INTO LAKE 

' ' ' ' 7" - 

Growing PQliiical Opinion Links Gre at Britain s Destiny With Dominions 



Canada's Stand for 
Trade Co'operation 
Rouses Old Country 

Ottawa's Answer to Unitisd States Tariff 
Legislation Has Remarkable Reaction in Great 
Sritain and Is Likely tn Play Big Part in Shap- 
ing Policy of Political Parties 



Labor Favors hmpirc Markets But Is 

Officially Pledged to Free Trade 

LONDON, SvD9 at (By Brltlitx Untted Pmrt.-Caiuulm's lead 
to Uu mt of tbe BrttUh Xmpire It how to deal with hlfh 
AlBflrma taim and lier plw for imperial economic co- 

operation already ha« had a remarkable effect m stlmulatlriR in- 
tomt In Empire trade, and Is now likely to play an Important part 
In tbe future policy of the Conserratlvt pHrlrla BvUObl. 



Lord Privy Seal in Labor Caldnet 
Proves an Enigma to His Wife 

LONDON; June M^JIb. irliat ki beaveb^i name daw Lord 
PrWf Beat oManr" Rt Sao. J. H. Tbonuu mH. in the 
eotne ct an addnn lait nl|tat» Chat Uiat wu taov hi* vlfe 
greeted Urn wben he told her of "ny revard f«r laof end faithful 

Hrrloe-" BCr. T^oniAs. who holds thin poat tn the Labor e^kbwt. 
but iM more geoerally tuiovn a« MuiLsirr of Binpto7ment. then 
turned to Premier Bumy MacOonald. » f eliow qMakor, and eald : 
We muet find another name for tbta Job. My ehauffeor thU 
afteroooo. after drlvtnf na ta flbe funotloa, tnnied and eald: 
'Where now. ray lAd'." 

Mr. Thomas caid he had rrcrtved a '.utier from a woeaaB In 
Ireland who offered him, for 150. a Caun dre&s her iMe buiband. 
^amnan^trf Itoe nrtaa dto^ct of KUwMu. had mm (0 neefve 
0w Mo KlBc WwHtf on a Ttett be had aaito to that ^ 



Gaunt Ruifu of Pre'Dynastic 

Metropolis iro Probed for 
Secret oJAJricals JJfm Fast 




Outline of Projerts Under- 
taken by Puhhc Works 
Department on Vancou- 
Island This Summer 

n *\i.f fUK Si ( HI f s 
itiLbElMrKOLMJtU 



Pilot and PassenQers 
Perish b y Explosion . 
After Pldnp Wreck 

Lake Co^lSCance Scene of Tragedy in Wbuh Five 
Lives Are Lost; Two Survive When Bodenscc 
Aero-Lloyds Liner Crashes Into Water Follow^ 
ing Unexplained Blast 



liord B^n vrrtrrook piibK-ihinf! an 
rin )i '- -rnMrt' m a hlrli hi^ cor - 
!-r^ft. hw mistake*, and raiiw« ihr 
ii'i'v'ion of whether BrtLain w at a 
parung of the WBTS between her 
present eoonomle policy and a wider 
■mplre poUcy. He li tai tevor of In- 
teoee amidre eo-opentloci. 

He wai reoently attaelted by The 
Uomlnc Poet for not atreielnc tW 
Anplre enourh durUut the election 

mmrviitm, althouuh TTif Poet ad- 
iriiM. hi' wa-' a t;ixti1 Imperialist. 

an. I ti ,jf iirp .Mfftis wlt.hm the Con- 
■ rr ■ I ' 1 • r imrlv I hat ilir n.-il' i.n- 
frn!;. «.Mi. Hrn crUlcimy( btaiiley 

Hnidwtn s ipHdrrahip and dflsnandlog 
inierunperiai devetopoiank eball be 
put to tbe fflpeCnnk bi ftrtne pro- 
(ranuoea' 

AX oproKTiTNmr 

Colonel Oretton. Who baa become 
one of Mk-. Biad«bi% eevete* crlt^ 
k«. wanta u eatenaloii of lafe- 

irxiardinR linked with Imperial pref- 
cr*>nr'- and the younger members 

fh< !>«;■". in '''nn.Td.i'' 'I'ad an 

opi» >r' ii. ii ' ^ i ■'' ' unnii'- 

ixihry lodrifl''*! on mu'riniprnal 
imaf i< h 'j'Ul IMM* a talf''app«'al 
lor the iJtibUc i 

Just u Jcaeph Ohaiabcrtaln*Btoiir 
of South Africa after the Sooth 
African War urged him to adopt a 
ptrtlcy of tariff reform, so the Con- 
servatlvrs' defeftl In Ihr recent iten- 
ornl rlpfllon lii Uminit thrni In look 
u. ihp dcvpl'>pmfnt of the ICmplrc 
ai n [vihry wiuch. hnvlnR bern ne- 
Blc<-ir-l in !hp p;v.-* "^tinuld bo pn>- 
mntrd in thf fiiLur'- 

BRH AIN S Dr.sI IVT 

Shrewd [loUtiral nbaervers bcUeve 
»h*t, untains dcRtUiy la more linked 
■xiiii ihe Empu-e tiian wtlh aiv other 
i«irt of the world- 

LAbors attitude la that the Bn- 
pire contabiB the moet favenble 
markete, taut, olflelaUy. the l^bor 
fMTty It pMbied to free tr«dr and 
the abolition of Rarefni»rdln« duties 
and with thrm imprrtal prrfprence, 

II Ls IwUfvrd thft'. ■hrf iJt no 
mpntl.-n nf .'■-iiI''Kiiarfl!ne m th^ 
Kinc -^ spe^rh. but U*t duLlca wUl 
rot t>f renewed and 90 further 
<Mur« vnuited. 



C 



Kruiiomir 



to Kriipire 
I iiity 




LOKO BBAVnUB04tnC 

Wb*. Id an •eitarU lililliaii ta 

t^dv, —mUmm mm* nMakaa aad «mn 
n JeemsM. mmd at— UwMf la 
nm» «C Wmulra lrae« etvrtwsMl 




NEW DEPOSIT 

or CIIABAR 
IS REPORTED 

Discovery in Savona Dis- 
trict, Near Ashcroft, 
Promises Harvest ktf Brit- 
ish Columbia 



U.S. OyOTA BV 
ORirilNS LAW 
ISJEfFECI 

Numbers to Be Admitted 
From F^iiuin, Northern 
Ireland and liafy Are In- 
creased 



Sund ay, Jwm e 30 
m at D^, um 

Victoria and VIrlnKy Light lo 

aioderite windK ocnerallr fair. 
iSioMry or hiRhpr tempommn^ 



Sen Rlara: 4 l« s'riMfc, 

ftsn BtU: H i? o'ekwfc. 



m* tM>i tj* p^ae, U feel 
EmT Mei Itttu, U feet 



nohbr .T<^n<^ and AI ^ptnoRa tied 

for first plarp in t'il <"»;>^n ROlf. 

Babe Ruth hiu two homers ai 
Taafceea defeat Athletics. Cube 
eUfli to lead in NatlonaL 
MuSi Oordon and Marjorie Mo- 
Wlane win titles at Vlfltorit 
tavn Tsnnii club. 

~Kl~ 

ntv rlay court tennis fete away 
fine start at Ktafiton Streci 
H- vr. Austin wins seneatlonal 
wrtch at Wlmbleden . 

TheJVaM 

l«r«l and ri II I liiiilel 

lJ'%«ibl«' Mf>ll(li\v diminished brrry 

-iIupTTiTit.s fur «r<k-rnd- 
Ma.i.'«»Kl choin' concert at Wlllown 

Arena this afternoon. 
Bummer'* prn(rrmmmn of work on 

Island rtNid <• r-it'iinrd. 
City bank • ir«rint{.t show large 

inoreaee over laat year. 
niQiliiliii. Imperial and Fs s e U w 



WORLD SVFPLY IS 
NEAR DBPIETIOIS 



VANCOtrVKR, June 19 -A new 
discovery of rlnnabar tn tiir Savona 
district, near Aahcroft, tn thr <uime 
area as the Copper Creek cinnabar 
proper ly. near Kamloepe. has just 
been reported to the British Colum- 
bia Chamber of MOnes. 

This makes four known deposiu 
fl< rtnnebar ta the pnwlim e. anfi as 
ttieee are the enly depoetta known 
bl the British Empire and as visible 
world suppDM of this mermry ore 
are becomlruc depleted in the face 
of a •-tKinji demand, thorough proa- 
pcrllnK and development. Is mll/Kj 
for in th*- opinion of Prank W«k1- 
•ide. manager of the Chamber of 



APETOWN. e^.. June 29 (British TTnlted Pre«».— Mias 
Gertrude CaLon Thompson, diacoverer of the oldest Ctrl- 
lisallon In the PredynacUe Period, and one of BniiAaod'i 
greateet archaeoloclati. li at preaeiit codeaTOrtoc to aolTe the 
myatery of Zbnbahwe, Maahonaland'a '^'Mm mius* where, it la 
thousht, Ilea buri«d the key to loiltli Afrtea'a vaat cIrlUxatloQ. 
Thla myatery haa batM ttie lMgrM% dttontlltB rtmw Vb» xvS/tM were 
dlsrovered tn I8W. 

Mlss TTiornptJon, tU'rv cxtenehwl*""^ ~~ 
pxravaUons, durins »hli h vRluahlp ' ' 
data wrrr serured, hfl,s miw a' C'si' 
'-d the offer of the South Alrlcaii 
> ioveniineitt of airplanes to survey 
d large btH of oonntry stretching 
across the nifpsd ana. This idea 
follows the iiMwiinfl bMmtloD from 
the air of iinet ef aaclaBt walla re- 
vealed by the camera under waring 

com 111 Norft'ich. nv. 

ni RIKIi METROPOLIS 
Zimbabwe, which command tiip 
ntrateitlcal approach to Uie gold 
mines from the seaport of 6ala, 300 
mllee aotithsast. is a vast ruined me- 
t ropells. A giant stmcture. best 
icnown the "elliptical Twnple." 
sf-and-' KMiint on a raised plateau. 
Np.stl;n£ below it arr nl.Il^ of f.irmcr 
(.'miKiriufn.s nmi ln.a^i'^ 

On the summit of a itopje on the 
other sldf of the vaJlry Li fhr 
Acropolis, an Impregnable fort. It ik 
obriooe even to the untrained eye. 
that thomands of people once lived 
In this now etleat dty. 

ENIGMA or rAbT 

Zbnbabwe Is an enigma of Afrlra'.< 
shrouded pfiat. SInoe the fedlseovery 
of these' mlns by Adam Renders m 
IMS. a train of gold atefcars. hunt- 
en and scientists, fired t>y rhe 
broodinff Ktlllness of the Temple s 
ancient »ii!i.<i und th<> it7Ard-haunt- 
ed tower-, ni A' r^i^'tit.K. bave dug 
and probed and spr -uhiu^ 

Mr. R N. Ball and Mr W O Neal, 
irtkose Ideaa an generally believed in 
by old ploneera and reeldeots o( this 
llstrlct. reported that the theory of 
ucoessive occupation of Rhodesia 
oy Sabo-Arabians. Phoenicians and 
Arabs had excecdinnly eOrong claims 
tar acceptance. 

Zimbabwe. they claimed, was 
probabtv thp mythiral Oplur the 
source of t^e wealth of King Solo- 
mon. Tyre and Sldoo. and of Carth- 
age, p^irther. mneb of the gold of 
the Queen of Sbrta, they thouRht. 
had oome from g p u tham Rhodesia 
Tbey date Zimbabwe 3jOM to 1.000 
yean before Christ 



West Giasl Road Is Being 

Advanced in Rpi-onstnir- 
tion of Action Near Jor- 
dan River 



Ilf>N I' ( I ARKTN 

wa» k*a iMvM (kcBc " — — i lavHaflau 
la • fl^MPMN «v e« 



MOll TO HFPK il 

SISIEH CERTAIN 



CarrrlnR out an extensive road 
prnftramm*^ on Vancouver laland. 
the Public Works r>epar*ment ha-s 
been a ni l o m to prevent mterfpr- 
ence with tourist traffic, and surfac- 
ing In p t o gi esi haa, been earned out 
so a* to minim ba discomfort m 
traveL A eouiderable amount of 
work, however, wm be carried out 
during the Summer on the Island 
Hlghwar and elseirtien. 

The road to shawnlgan lAke fma 
Fit^TAiri s cutoff on the mala 
M.i...iimi R<>>-i'i r. being widened and 
iinpr-.' . u , , 10 prepare It far the 
eurfactng with H.tphaU nrxt season. 
It Is beblff drained and vtdened lo 
a safe width, &o that it [nay be 
ready to meet th^ rvrr-lncrea.slnK 
trafDc which is parsing over the 
rouMa 

as tre rush of the tourist 
Is over, there will be further 
work carried out on the reoaalnlng 
aasUons of the Malabat Road which 

are requiring attention. This wU 
Include the part« nearer Mitt Bay. 
where some t>enda will be obviated 
snd widening at certain potnOi will 
be dnnf 

Ai Mill Bay there will bf ror-k 
tllllnii iu(«l «here cribbmc now 
exists, wtiich has fuiiiued lU mu- 
abm as a vetabili« waU against the 
watera of 4he talet There will be 
C e nt l n ae d en Page % Oetanm «. 




Boats Rush to Scene and 
Save Bad ly Hur t Survivors 

LINDAC. ftmunT, Tpm 1> m TUfMlMi — ■ llftfl lIMl lit 
wore aagkwIy&JutBd wban % new abplaab D-MIO, of 
TV k lena ae A«ro-LloydA Llae, exploded and fell into Late 

Oonatance. The wrecked machine sank almost Immediately. 
The cat^tmphe happened Ju.nt as the machine was about to 
Rllght on the lake. It wa.s nniv a few feet above the surface 
when a sharp explosion took place. The maohlne turned orv 
and saafc. 

•board 
apOat 



Holiday Following Sunday 

I.^-ssens S h 1 p m p n t ."^ oJ 
blrawbcrrics lo Prairie 
Markets at Week End 



LOi iSniHRllS IRE 
A^f AlUM; CHANCE 



WASHINOTON. T>C, June JO.— 
National origins Immigration quotas 
become elTeetlve on Monday. Sharp 
reductions will uke place in tbe 
number nf tmmttrrants to be admit- 
ted anniially from Oermany the 
Irish y^nj State and Scandinavian 
oountriri. while quotas will be In- 
creased from Great BnUin and 
Northern Ireland. Italy 
ber of other countries. 

Oooe beoooUat efleetive. the new 
quota system Is ematfad to reuabi 
in effect for a odbstdenMa thae. 
It is a certainty, however, that the 
groups which ha9e been opposed tn 

the new system will jieek ItU repeal OTTAWA. June 30.— This la the 
at the earllext possible opportunity last day's trading on the Oaaadbta 

PrMident Hoovrr, whn opposed the , stock exchanges before tbe new tat 
national orlglnii system w kn.->wn l/> on the .^le and transfer of rtwk 
have ."niRgPsled a rompmniL-** undfr ffwr* Into effect. On Tuf^dav 
which there would have been a »nare« sellmg foff flfly cents or lc« 



NewLevy Upon 
Slock Trodinfj^ 
Now in Effect 



Firt'iviprhs Set 
Store Ablaze;iil 
Four Are Dead 



further poetponement in order \fi 
permit a study of the UnmigraUon 
situation. If there u a further 
change hi immigration laws it Is ex- 
pected that It wlU be In the dtm-- 
tlon of a more drastic restriction 



wiU bear a tax of one-tenth of a 
cent: between 00 eente and $1 a tax 
of one-quarter e( a eat: between 
tl and 03 a lax of one eeat; be- 
tween t3 and 030 a Ux of two 
rent>. between 030 and $100 a tax 



SON BORN TO Q1TBKN 



BBLORADR Juroalavla. June V. 
Q u een Marir ,>! Jugostaivia gave 
jblrth to a third -^n Friday at U W 
to I a m at the Summer palace al Bled 

Her mother. Queen Marie of Ru-ling of several m flamea- Pasaecaby 
mania, was at her bedside. Molbor beat ovl Iho Hhboo ta tbMr gar- 
and son are doing welL 



ST. LOOIS. June 20.— Pour per- 
sona were bunod to death aad sev- 
eral were injured when nraworts 
on display at the P. A. Bchariott. 
tnc five aad%a oent stoib, were 
Ignited acBldenlStay biU today, ha- 
mediately aaftfoplnr tbd ilgia im 
flames. 

The names ftoral flam tbe flre- 

work.% counter which was Uhmilnat- 

ed by a Mrlnj of colored electric 
lighu. It Is btltrved a short circuit 
Ignlled one pleoe of fireworks, and 
It spread flanea to tbe othen. Pire- 
works, shy oogboto and Rowiaa ean- 
dtaa burst through the store win- 
dows sft^T 'riijfi I'trl'^lons Ttus 
store wn- .i'>..i-'- I rtionicnia. 
and riri c:*Tks and njsuimers ran 
mi^ the fitreet screaming, the cloth- 



pohry senUment for a ban on all '^'"'^ rents, over |ioo a tax of 
imtnipratioo la growing and eventu- j '^har*' 

!Iy may be sufflrlent to force An Im^xinant change trxm the 
favorable action ^ tax now tn effect la that the existing 

The pa tnoUc societies which have tax is baaed on the par value 
led the movement for tbe national whereas the new tax is on the price 
origins quota system are detarmbied the stock sells for The old tax was 
to prevent lla repeal. They showed I three mnf j>f.r n oo pur value, 
tbetr etreocth wbon the Senate re- 
jected a ffloUon tb discharge 
cmti m 1 1 ti**" nn lOUn^yttlon 
further ron.'^ldermtion on a repeal 
bill Tlif HniL^e m ih^ Iwit ConfrreM 
paaaed a bill for the further poat- 
pcsiement or 'he v.fw quota system. 



but It Is by no means certain that 
tbe aouoo would now volo to ra- 
ft. 



tS^\ Modern Lady 
Godiva Srrn 
in Coventry 





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among 



F»n[.'lrr reacts 
partlea. 
if 'I'-tioftit of rlnnabar, 

rirar A'.hrT if* n repo rt ed. 

Rxpi'^rrr^ rriu'ri vut tlwber re* 

Ao^irrcK «nd vast water power ta 

1 Ahrador. 
QiiotAA by nauonal wJllM law 

ffom inTA ciTeet bo Qnlid fltatca 

f^n Monday 

Prr nr* hlflefl w^i-n big ConU- 

irfiiijt ii'ipt wrecked br 
■"<pi.#.i'.ii Eiji^ pi':nam mio Ijike 
< fnistarii <■ 
Kpaiu^li fl ei-v c!"'n up far kwi. 

LeiLo ^t/in,' iMifTr-uqa to harri* 

I anna ulirii 'Li; «'Mb MhOt 



Explorers Report New 'NiagaroM 
Hidden in Heart of Labrador 



fyiT B"t' '■ ■ ■•^a Prp«*) 

NEW YORK. June 7» A ■j'-M-y of en-^rmnii.. pot«ntla] riches 
in thnlwr and waterpower .mJy a fr» v.,(,/ir^ri milr-i from 
pepuloue regtons of Eastern Canada, yri m oor of the least- 
knowa nmm ta att the world, was brought to New York a few teys 
MO b y a Ot lObtatafc kaair of a group of aagbsb entaren who 
have rrai i p lo t id abaoat a year eC adteatMo ta Itaa wMmm ef 
Labrador. 

Ttie tteiber oonslsU of thoasaade ef afliao ef 
eala Hm wate rp owei. which Ifr. Waifetas beBMiP «an 

mendr-m miu"" once -he wirelsas traasmkaton of, , 

<\ryf\ i'h! i.. ,n a nr.<; ni magnlflosnt waterfani^ afeMl 
wt'ivn X 'r-ai miles of each other at the baid ef tita 
Ti.Tr rvrr fottr tt these gigaatie ngtaroife. and 1 
Mevr^ 'hTr alao u a fifth a few miles away. Ha nf Ms party saw 
a Kri^t pliiiiip nf vapor rising abovr the UQi 00 If brOM a etfatact. 

butjnUd not vMt the lyot f or tbeb oappMa w«« rwo^ taw aad 
' ta atabo a taita agataei baagar ta dvOtaolloit 



for- 
«n ta ef a*. 



3,000 liu iied 
To Reception 
By Mr, Larkin 



VOSXXiN. June 39 -Celebrations 
to ly>ndon on r><)minion Day will 



COVEfrmv, Rng^ June 30 —An 
estimated crowd of 300.000 Used the 
main thoroughfare of this old riiy 
today as a beautiful golden-hau^ 
girt rode on a white rharjrer t^romh 
the heart of the town atured only 
to neeh-colored tights. 

It wa s a boUday pageant and pro- 
eiBSlaB of Lady Qodlva. enacted for 
the taneflt of the Coventry Hospital 
Miss Muriel Iftilerup. the modem 

not be elaborate but the holiday ll^^^^l^jT^r ? 
WIU be noUble Ihi. rear tar the rJ- ' ^ J^^,^"^7^\''^ r^mtns wlth- 

aiarbable number of Canadian.', tn there waa an un- 

BOB. P t LartSrSsna ''^ ' 'hole 

at hl» residence totti of . numer..» . >:rrmm 

aftWaOQB and nearly 1,000 StaS^.'i.y^T^l \ T 

have h^n iMued T^^S^ however, allenced U»e op- 

Larkin will preside at Che 
Club'- dinner in l.he eve- 

nlag. and Oir riuc; K'le.it wui be 
lbs Royal Hiahnew the Liuke oS 
ODsnuught. unole of the blag and 
fanner Ooveroor-Oeneeal ef Oaaaita. 

The prmctpsd speaker wU be Rev. 
c*non J. Cody, of Toraito, former 
Mmtster of Bdixxtlao for OotartOt 

SAIXS RBTOWBHUat — r y«oa,;v« „ » 

^ _ Mldmfllll appfTiVRl of tJie 

IWOINA. Jane S^->ne total saloe tma siViMCed by Mr n .rr^. 
relam otf an tbe great eo-opsaatN* Calgary catOe kbig. for uie Laking 

a4nMicle« In Rajkatrhewan amminted over nnd dMtaHbcnt of a suhdl- 

lo ii7';«40'VKi rnr !hr ri«-,i vear viAton tract «M of the Capttaao on 
endine Apnj 30 i»» ar< ordinit to the hewjhta of (he North flhore. 'un 
fVfirt» sathered bv w Waiarnn Weat Vanrmiver ■■ ■* fc t |i nl ceuncU 
provlnrialcommi«ion<-r of market* tajtt nlaht irwtrurtM «nitrT'r.r 
and eo-opemuon rii*- iflrgejt una'' drafi an aeTr-emenf whir* i aj.- 
l y",** l** ihs feaA katciiewan Wheat , f o ye d by tbe c ounc il, wiii be sub- 



with the peak ef tbe dtaawbOEiy 
crop passed for the seaaon, the 

aitiiatlon as f sr as the loeal 
producers are oonoemed Is one 

of considerable satisfaction There 
haJt been no wastbig of any 
part of the pack, and the Prairte 
market has been kept amply •ap- 
plied, without at ady Ume glutUn^ 
that consumlnif terrltorj', 

Saanlch Prultgrowers' Association 
and the Oordon Bead growers have 
sent forward thirty -one cars of 
!rr.,h frulU In addltior. the 
Keating association ha.t .^nt ihree 
or four more, making a toul so far 
of aboot thirty-four cam of fresh 
berries oent to the Prairies. 

Last week has been an off one 
for ablpptac. ta vlaw of the fact 
tbat there are two beUdays in trade. 
Sunday and Monday. Tbe growers 
have therefore, during the latter 
nnrt of last week* eat down tbalf 
.-^Mprnrn's to cuo oag a day Initeai 

a; four. 

Had It not been for the tSomlnlon 
Day holiday Intervening something 
like twelve or fourteen tnore cars 
would have gone forward from here. 

But while the ahipmente In the 
freah condtUon have be«n cut down, 
the berries have been well taken 
care of. There are from fifteen to 
twenty tons a night being brought 
Into the processing plant at the cold 
ri«a«e of B. WUnoa A Company 
aad thenr taken ear* of. Tbe ber- 
ries that have oone ta bare an boon 
ta good ehape. ihewtac tbat the 
growm are taking a deep Interest 
tn the matter, and seeking to have 
DO complainijt registered later 
aKain.«t ttir nnuMv of the yanook- 
ver Island producttoe. 

Ceattaasd sa PiNie t, 



There were seven 
the machine, five 
and a navigator. 

BosLs hurried to the rwrn- fiii,i 
saved Joahann Ftrlev, of FYn-dtK-tx. 
and Ifermnnn Wiie*tfr uf narind.ii 
They suffered broken rilic Jind oUjit 
Injuries. 

The body of the plane was later 
baolad to the enrf aoe aad ta It were 
found the bodlee of MA. miy and 
Mra. Wuestar, Eduard Hacifti the 
narigattng officer, aad WlUlam 
HnKRp of Priedberu' 

'111- front perl nf (h*> plana and 
the motor werr- al I hi* t>ottom of 
the lake toniRht.. presumably hold- 
ing there tho body of r*llot Zln- 
metster. 

Tbeeaase of the explosion has not 
been datoii uta o d . ■ 





Oodtva's taoree. PeaeefuL waa led 
by Wn d hftae anne aad beaded a 
Ibnr aiflOi .JaK. 



PAT BURNS njUf 
MEETS APPROVAL 
OF W. VANCOUVER 



Dr. Tolmie 
Offirintr 
Cfnnniunify 



Plru»I touches wer*" ji.f* r-\ tjir 
DotTiinlon tJay crif Mm; in^t 
evenine. when It bei-Ame known 
that Hon 8 r. Totmie bad 
agreed to preaide at the eon- 
nraaUy stag to be bald at Par- 
Uament Square on Monday eve^ 
ninr 

U at thW Katherlng tJiaf 
r»r M T J Colemsn will give 
an addred* pomtinn o'lt the 
trw^ninK ■<! ■ >nf f-i1'mf mn 

Tr. . ,i ..■ m.-MilB Wtlh 

Other ci]«3<c<-i[irnta, the hoar of 
the oommunlty sing has bea - 
advanced by half an hoar, »p4 
win commence at T;M ^Wacfc. 

Th« sine will be nonaartaf by^ 
Mr R R. Webb • * 



CleaHng9 ^ 
Local Banks 
ShmDintrease 

Clearings for the Victoria 
banks for the half year of busi- 
ness, ending yesterday, shows a 
gain of tl0.000.000. or an aver- 
ase of about $1,760,000 per 
month In 1929 the total for tiie 
six mnnth,> [rt-n.id being ap- 
proximately t!4,4O0,0O0. 

The clenrlngs were 012.091.730 
tn June, as compared with 011.- 
OOTJM in June, ins, aad •lo.- 
OOMM ta tho eom^KiDdbig 
perio d ef Wt 

FLYER OIVEN 
DP AS LOST 
TELLSjIflRy 

Major Ramon Franco and 
Companions Buffeted by 
Hurricane When Afloat 
on Atlantic Ocoan 



Saanich Conservative Picnic 

AT THE ELK LAKF. ATffr.RTTC GROVHOg 
MONDAY. JULY l. AT 1:30 P.M. 
^peafccrsi 

HOBff, & r TOLMIE IWer 



Confederation Will Be Com. 
menced With PaiiioiK 
Musical 5ervi cc, >o r U 
and Community Singing 

MANY PfCNICS ARE 
BEI NG ARH ANCED 

Ownoieumratlng the slxty-secnnd 
•onnwaary of Ooo/ederation a con- 
cert given by maeeed ofaatn. ae- 
cnnipanled by tbe Vlftti &c. Coast 
BrlKBde Band. WU fee bald at the 
Wiilowi Arena this aftnaooB at 

Mr. Reginald Hayward. MP.P, 
wUl preside ^ chairman. Very Rev"! 
C. a gu.iiiiLm oix-n (he serv- 
we with a brief addreea The 
unned ebobe wUl be led br 1». K 
Waddtagton, oonduocer. 
. 0» .MMOdar, Domlalon 1^7 wiU 
be oelebralad with a comprchen- 
rive aporta pregraoune. TWo baaa- 
ball gamee wlu be bald at Itaval 
Athletic Park on Moadar. oaa at 
:o A n: and the other at 9 pjn. 
Pie t«uas playing afa tho Sooa of 
ransda bad' Ibt ^iwottMi Mr*- 

mf-n 

J>uriin; Monday afternoon a )b> 
cnw Karoe wUl be play^ at th* 
Rogral Athletlo Pu-k between the 

2^^°?* ^ Vanooover 
Ifople laafL 9|Qb« ta the Inter- 
mlseloaB of litis gaOM wlU be bl. 

cyrle raoea. 

Other sport fratures on Monday 
will l>e two cricket matchca. one at 
Mount r^xiglas cricket ground and 
the oiher at tJie Cranmon* Road 
pitch TTiA ranien will utart at 
lOiJO a.m.. and last a!I day At 
Mount Douglas the tenm* wili be an 
att-ata r team from the Victoria and 
OtaMet Olokat I<eagne and a Vaa* 
eoaaor eleven. At Oraaanre Read 
the teams wlH be the Banard 
cricket team and another 
team fraai Vktorla ortM 
AT PABUAMnir BQlDi 

la the Mtatfng. at T:M e^otadfc. 
oonuBDattr tangbiv win be hM aO 
Parliameat Bgnare Mr R. r Webb 
wiu i«ad tbe etnctne Premier iVd- 

mle will offlrtate ai rh/.! 
frr«lijr!iix Dr. H T J > r-, ,r 
Dean of the anlversUy al BrltlBh 
Cohimbta, who WBl 910a a Mtf 
patriotic addreea 

Numerous plcnlea wlD be heM an 
Monday. While tbe bet of plaata 
on July I last yeer waa a larie om. 
It is aatiotpated that there wm ba 
more rhiii vear If weather eoitfttliBa 
tLT- fivvorable. 

Ilot^lji And ferrtrs re prn l a Mg 
h.->tirtay 1 ten tele ■ The frrrleB have 
t>een handliag record crowds tfnr> 

ov.. U« m the dark aid tbe 

etaado Wtaay atabt. aad wbon thy SOUTHERN CROSS 

»»~<tat . LAST RFPORTFD 

OH WAY TO SiAM 

nrvrif PORE, mratta »»'tflemen|^ 
.hm^ .?* The «irpj»ne '''^'iltwra 
Crnaa wuh CBpUln Chjirlr*. Ktny- 
f frt-rt - ftTTii' h *fMl ttir*^ TimpKnlnne 
aboard, lefl her* today m nmttnm^ 
Uon of It* ril(iht from Hytfney. 
NB-W, to taigiand. The next step 
pnbaMj wfll be at Sii«an> 
aawtng KM. HhBu *m tbe 

ri-^ftt >r 1f»e M«'.«T 



SPANIARDS NOW ON 
WAY TO GIBRALTAR 



MADRID June 30.— AO 
poured Into the stieeto of dtlealgad 
riOacca today ta am east narit« 
deeMOBtretloa of aalloaal jogr for 
the discovery this morning ef the 
four Spanish ariatora who had beisi 
trwt «nd despaired of bbwo tbey 
faiird lo arrive m thf rtsnmo IrteniH 

IBM .Saturday. 

'Ilir Brltiah BnhaasT wan nir- 
rrninded by cheering and rrMef.il 
rrowdH of Spaniards Afloat At t^n. 
uirough stonas. btmgo- and fatigue. 
ui thrir tMrmer-Wal 
Maior Ramon Ptanco and his 
eommdes, on a round trip flight 
tran Spata to New York, wen 
picked up by two British alrplanM 
from the aircraft carrier nigle. 
about 100 mllea southeast of 8anU 
l^arla lAland, Uie Ararr* 

On board Lhr Ravle for Oibrallar 
tonigbt. Major rranm himwlf ^x- 
plained the mystery of r.helr dls- 
appeaimnoa He nud they 




HOir. R. M. POOLKY. 



^tf emry- Geaeral 



UR r. H niCRIC M.P. 

Bu"» Uarrrs Prrxighlnn Sir*^i pqg Terminal I 15 and 2 4i TM 

Reees l^wia« rkntc Groeada- -I SAS «iw| f, \s P w 



KI>WAJt/i < *RntNTm n 



Carpentor. prwi xnd 
aad a pliwosi hi tiw 8oeUl- 
M W natal H ta Bnglaod. 



9 



THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA, B.C. SUNDAY. JUNE 30, 1929 r . 



Get iii^in this 




At $4.90 



Smart and .stylish 
Shoes that regularly 
.■^lorM") per jinir. July Clearance 
Price ^4,90 



VhiB is Luck t £ight in thr midl^'of OodHye Days— when 
«vcryone nettd ii««p Shoes — for Going-Away — this tremen- 
dous Midsummer Clearance Salt-' 

Thousands of pain. ' Men's and Wuintn's Shoei. OvttT half 
•our enin stoi k - at pi h <-s i}iat in.ikc (hem tto ^r'ypff* Shoe* 
Bftrgains you ve been m a y«ar Or more! 
9^t the crowdi each day are already beginnins to have their 
•SiKt. Bixea ^ bretic^iOMi. Umy\ ;^ 

At $7.90 

An unusual sale offering of 
Women's Shoes ^that sell up to 
$14.00 per pair. Jjlly .ClcarniK v 
Price.. »7,»0 



Women's 
sell up Xo 



> 



At $5.90 



An exceptionally fine Ithe of 
Women's Shoes that regularly 
.V V $S .=;0 to $11.00. July 
Clearance Price ?5.90 



At $6.90 



Men'-i Hoots ami Oxfortls that 
onhnarily sell up to $12.00. 
July Clearance Price. . .$6.90 



CHILDREN'S SHOES: -Many arc the bargains ready for fuesday shop 
pcrs in children's high-grade shoes. 

Wm. Cathcart Co., Ltd. 



1208 Douglas Street 



Phone 1 125 



BTOxnosTDca Tam 



LoNDOtf. June M Wnc Atfooao 
or Hpita, who to ea ft hoUday here. 



Gifts 

A Few Specials 

]\rcx Pic I)i^hfvJO«*IU 

« >U%k SaUd (*S TA 

Bowls ^- #0*9U 

.\ Piece Tea Set, '-I'lvrr r'-Ttr, 
ifi.i'le in Shef C 1 Q AA 
held, Bngland..^iO«UU 

W. H. Wilkerson 

Watchawker and Jeweler 
1210 DouBlaa Btraet 

\t Thr Bit ClATh 

L.ct Jewelry Add the Finiahinf 
Tonefa 



attended bU Ont dirt track motor 
eyela ra^ laat erenloc aad aeddi 
UtatbnUSghttat «H Uuoe in eom- 
partwo. 

AMBanaiNtt MAfi 



I lAHDOir. June 9.— fllr B PYuicIi 
AlJiton. Brltiih ambomiidor to 
BrmsU. died today at the ace oT alxtjr. 
He Btmited hli carter ai a dark In 

,ttw BfflMih fovilfa tfOea. 



Flower Seeds 



anvBuiri oasMm 

Mr M 

THS OASDBM WOP 



l^t k BEATTT WASHER do 
the houMhold wasbiaai Cooie 
ID and In as txpltSu IMP ^ 
i» to buy one. 




Store* From Coeit to Coefll 
1MB DoDclaa StraM 

Mir 



ZONE CABS 



PHONE 290U 



CLA Y'S 

r 

Bakers and Confectioners 



QUALITY OCOD8 



White and Brtnm nreadi. 

Rnllv, Ryms, r)anu«.h Pa*- 
try. Scones. Etc, Puff Pa*- 
tries, various -fancy smaU 
r.ikc\ all kinds; Wine, 
MagnoHo, Cocoanut, Ox- 
ford. Cherry. Etc; DundeCt 
Madeira, Gfnoa CaVea, 
variety from old EftglUh 
rccipca. 



WEDDING CAKE SPEQAUSTS 

017 Fort St. Tfli 101 



BERRY CAKS 
HALT WHILE 
BUYERS PLAY 



OiBttnaed fna Paf* & 

ARBIVE IN GOOD 8HAFB 

Mr. B. B. Turner, of tbe Baanlrh 
fTowen. Bays that the bcrrtes sent 
by Uie orBaataed pmcpn tbla year 
have all axrlTod In rood condition. 
The rrporta with retard to thetn 
hove be«n better than they were 
liut Aeuon. 

"The rigid In-ipf^tlflD ttiat has 
bf(?h adopted.' said Hx. T$axm, "Is 
niajcing Uir gtowcrs more careful 
in the tJelectton of the berrtee for 
ihipment with gmtifyir..- r^puttjt" 

Gordon Head ktow ! -ndlnf 
K large part ol Lljrir vTup now to 
111-' farf'jrie^i lo be hondli-'d \>y the 
6olld pai.-k proceA.1, Just a« Uu? Keat- 
ing growers are doing. 

TTie »ltu«Uon now looka well for 
tba erop. Thr prices for the freah 
berrlca haf been IklrLy good on the 
Pralrlea, vid 11 ts (he hopt of Uie 
irowetft that the proeeawd part ot 
the crop vUl fiad a in*kat with 
laUafactorr rettimt to the pro- 
ducers. 

"Hie outlook now In that lomething 
l:kr> iffn or twelve days loafer wIU 
> onchidP' the seaaon In the straw- 
■ i.tif TTif past week was verr 
!> n (mitiur to the cloudy 
A. * i,.T fnr th<" i;rowprs. TTi* crop 
wan (("Ifivrfl slightly In nfM-nliiK at 
fhe vcr>- height o[ iJic s»»a«fin whirh 
wax desirable. The brtghter condi- 
ont of the past few days luu hur- 
the rlpHilac faiter, and uidaae 
ooroee now to adnnea the 
bemas. the Majon may be a>- 
paetad to aborten up ooomerabty. 

Hw lovanbcrrtea will b^tn to 
oome on the market in about two 
waeka. It la antlcipat^ft lindT the 
preatDt eondlUanii. Thm n-lil mean 
that Just as the strawbrmt^s are 
disappearing frnn thr mnrkft the 
logans wtll make thrir appearance. 

There U no U%r held nvarding 
the diipoaal of Uie loganberrlei thu 
year, although the erop wlU be 
heavier owIdk to a laiftr tareace 
belna mder thli variety. 

Wltti two winerlea all equipped 
for thf haodllac ol the berrlei hcra, 
•opplemMited tv the amount which 
wttl be naided to pronde the Jam 
factortea. thera Is no ukrllhood of 
any vaita (oUowinc in thu particu- 
lar una. 



Batclielor^s Cash 
and Carry . 

THREE STORES 

Paopla's Caah .Yato 8c 

Setf S ir r l ca —Douglaa It Popular 'Vngha St 



Closed all day tomorrow (Monday) 
See OUT specials in Tuesday Morning 

Paper 



Af//M / S//7/ 
RirhrslMan 
In Germany 



nrui.rN. Junf- as -if oni' cr«tlts 
tiir **TT>«rt lr«nniony of Rudolph 
Martin, an auLhoniy on surh lub- 
JecU. fanner Kakwr WUbelm re- 
mains to thla day the we«lthla«t ol 
all Oermana. Martin, who before 
the war mada a datatlad ftody of 
th^ tndivtdual forlnea ta Oannany. 
hu> now iwoaiftt ^ atatfr <9 td 

daU> 

Th^ Hoti/'njtiillpm fortune, the 
twrrp^'v nf ih# ff.rmfr niler. w%/t 
(■'•ii7iifp*i At (HWixviooo marks N^^t 
tame liiat of Jacob Martin Mlcharl. 
nwtal merchanl and landowner, 
the total br wboae waaJth was 
plaoad in cha nalchborbood o< 
lOOjOOO.000 marks. Then followed 
|»n«t.Kar1 and Paol Prt4chak. (be 
ftrat two brochrrs, and the larter 
their rousm. all mgagcd In the 
oaal and licnlte industry with ap- 
proxlm*t«ly S0.000.000 martts rach; 
Klmltar forlunM wwrf p<m«ac>d by 
Frlta Thyaien. th^ nf»t«! indurtnai- 
KaM A. Boaeb. head of trv- on-- 
«aa eya lrtta» whUe two hankers. 
Jfe«aa CW M M lu ii hI t aad Frana too 
Umtmmaitn. braoiht up tae rev 
Oemmny'll wealthlaat with 
40.M)0.am marlu apteee. 

9mrh and Thysaen ware eradtlad 
with annual lnron)ai 




ISLAND HASi 
OF ROAD VOTE 



( ontinurd f rum Pagr 1 

^uu- of the highway at aMdp<i 

I'OlJiL.- lart.hi-r along 

In It:'-- M'liiuy uf cnumalmu 
'hi"!* rmjr i> unrlt to be dooc In 
Wn> w ii I .; :,F-: ((.■(! iiik|ir(]veincnt8. 
^^\^^YeJi iirtve tK«ii made to eUm- 
inat*- eome defects tiyltidtm i|ia 
rufiwy cnaHnga which pimw a 
uAftoa of^taffcr. Itiia a1» ba a|" 
tertdwlath du« aouna by tM D»- 
partment oT PtibUc Worka. 

STCWAB1*8 Rnj* . 
Stewart^ Bill Just th^.kUa of 
Ladynnlth. MlCh has a^'-o^taln 
eeasoos of the y«»r afTonlc^^roubic 
ta traflk. wllljpf given naiRpd at- 

j ttttUoD. The apnoaoh to ttw htu i.^ 
a bad ooe, aol when the toun.n 

J seaaon is over, and before- the wia 
weather sets tn thiit Fall, It Is 

I pMled to obviate this objectionable 

I feature of the hlgh^'ay. 

A brldK'* hfl.s hern built over the' 
L^tcl(^ or till' < iinadian CoUiertea' 
iict- ill f\\*-ii>:U}u 'i'tiLs hsji cut out 

wljird Lit certain seasons of th<> year 
wa-i dreaded by driven. Mr c F. 
Ii&vio, MFJ*., had complained of 
the aituatlon ttacvt; ' 

Surveys are boteig pmeecuted 
lookiitjt to the beat route to be 
found for the ooaUnuaticm ot the 
bland Hkrhwmy to Mcnetes Bay. It 
Is the inienUon ("vrntuaiiy to oarry 
the road on to .Savw^rd 

In the soiii-hprii part of the 
Islmid Uic work on ihc W«L Coast 
TUvxii It going nJong steadily. This 
work will be continued this Pail 
imtlL weather coDdltloOB prevent 
further opcratiocw there. The con- 
tract for the aMiKtag «( tba rante 
ol the road at Mhtr CMck and 
Tugwell Creek Is going along favor- 
ably. U H reported, and it Ja antlfll- 
pat«i It will be completad aoraa 
turie liiiA Fall, thus overoooUng a 
wry niugh upTilon of the rofid be- 
tween Sooke and Jordan Rivrr 
FINE SCENIC BRIDGE 

There la a high bridge to be 
rrrftrd nn this new section over n 
nvif; ■ which Is being croaaed. ThLi 
))niit:r be constructed of wood 
tini] w'.li b« over sixty feet In height. 
It L's Eicr'MK an arm of the sea. and 
not tar rrrnnved from the coast 
line- The scenic efTect at Uiat point 
will be very attractive. 

Beyond thla the road to Jordan 
fUver la bali« wldeoad wherever it 
Is Deeded. Beyond Jordan River 
work la being carried out tn clear- 
lag the right-of-way and preparing 
for active grading. A portable saw 
mill 18 on the ground and thL^ Is 
being utilized in the cutting of 
nece&sary lumbi-r u£<h1 in the con- 
struction of bridges that cros^ the 
ravines along the route. In :hu «-ay 
a large saving le being made and 
the bridge matarlal te cut lo aenc 
the exact puipoaea frao) timber 
taken ftom the right-of-way. 

The main road to 6ooke Is tn good 
shape this year, but at one or two 
potntA where there art abrupt 
turns lo the road there wfU be Im- 
provements carried out this Fall. 

MTWKR.S* TRAIL 

Another matter which la rooalvlzli 
the Ktcntion ut liie department Ig 
one which has a hlMonc Interest. 
Thie l.i the oiwnmg vjp of the old 
trail lined by Ihc minpni in U-.f sold 
rush to Lee«:htn«n 11. is tmll, » hich 
Is t yin g ppop- I i; ri. ^ boirs-c trail, 
follows up thf b».'ki' iijver to the 
Leech RJver, and aa f ar aa posilMe 
follows the exact roato of the orlg- 
taial way. Thla will be a graat at- 
Umetion for tourists when oom- 
pleted. affording the opportunity 
for thara to ride along the bridle 
path which the gold eeeken fol- 
lowed many.yeara ago. 

WOBX Df 8AANIOH 

In the Baanloh dMrlet there wlU 
be quite an amount ot work required 
this season. Foremost among theea. 
la the preparation of the ferry 
landings. 

Jual as soon as pnwibl". work wlU 
•tart on the ferry lan.iinkc ai Srent* 
wood. On th« other *ule it i.^ the 
lntmtl-):i of Lhe d-'partment. to pm 
tn t^e landing at Village Point. 
NeRotiaUooa are m progress with 
the Indian DrpartAienl for the 
naceasary looatkaL 

II It li daOnHaly eettlad to locaU 
at VUlage Potnt. the work oo the 
road which will lead from this feny 
landing to the main Island High- 
way vrUl be at once stSLrtMl and 
carried to oompletion ao aa to take 
care of the trafU*- tht-. FalL 

On the West a&anith Road i^ere 
Is considerable work to be carried 
ouL Negotlattoiu are m profreM 
with the Municipality of fti'nlitft. 
looking to the stral^tcnlng Of oer- 



Flyinf^ Men W ill Fralerniw WUh 
Feathered t eUoiis lligli in Air 



I 



CNlKjr: I.jnr 29 - New light on th'- heWhl and Rpee<1 a' which 
bird.-. fl\ upcn Ijird rniRrntion i-. otlni: suppdt.l avia- 

' tnr-^ Joint plan.-' are being developed by bird socieuee and 
oonpile iijaliwuitlrally aneh aerial ob- 

srivtiUfi!.- iif S-.rli'-'Tii (iilk. 

M! . 11. .1' ii^'iiv kjr ntrely ^ll.•^l^**d by almaB :ih-'\'- n ' '"-U".' 
of about :i.<X)0 tct-' N t{ :-<ri8 ago. how»*V< r one pilot r.'p'iiU J .-^ii-ti 
;i couplf -i( iaiK'- '■!■''*.•■ «.(ilrh he UhH. u. *' an altitude 

of raorp Uian l-.inj'i t(-rt It is behevea Ui..i w*ine buds. When on 
migrating fUghiK. atum neorly 10.000 foat. Omll hrtngBI a araaak- 
ing airmen to malcr special obaarvatkma as to tha spaid at wwh 
btrda fly. 

In one oaae. airrady on raaont, a pilot onOolng at appraalaiataly 
100 rnUaa an hour was approaohad by a number of swifts. Tbeee 
fr«4^ blrda not only overtook the airplane, but outstripped it 
Vtth ease. 

It Is also hoped that theaa tM In the air may (hmr tMh UCht 
upon the eyesight af bMa, w!^leh li known to be amaHngly fel 
..ovaa a hondred tlmea more aauM than that of tiuxhan bengi. 



tain part.! of tliln hlphwa v m- 
jUTUtllv that In thr viimil\ i»f '!]■ 
jiiii' ■j. ii with the Moijiu Ncwloii 
t'ror ^( «u! w lien- sotiie daiigerwi.i 

wi i iiii,-, i-Ki,-)t. whKh it i.> hoped lo 

• ■llMj'tl.i ■ 1 

riit- at^rtnient will co-<:»perate 
with the aaanlch MuntdpaUty In 
Improving the Bast Road, which 
waa recently rlaniniiil aa a aaoood- 
ary hl^way. 

The wcric on Vanooirrer Island 
which Is planned is Intended to 
bring the roada in this part of the 
province Into keeping with thoee 
elsewhere being built In British Co- 
lumbia, and to provide easy means 
of traffic for the residents of the 
dlstrlctit. as well a.^ for the tourists 
who may come here to enjoy them- 
aetves. and who - materially oon- 
tribute to the expenditures made on 
the roads. 



fLy[li (ilVEN 
yp AS LOST 
IELL8 SIORV 



OWEN LAKE 
CLAIMS SULU 

Mr. N. A. Isnmins Is Re- 
ported to Have Secured 
Interest in Central British 
G>liunbia 



WILL GiVE HW 

CONTROL IN MINE 



Con 

Pranro explained, "but owng to a 
strong head ■* u i ' « " nin out of 
gasoline abuut Inrty miles from 
that point. 

"A strong nortbaasterty wind 
drifted us to the south, and oo tha 
following day, tha twenty-third, wa 
were about. 100 miles from Payal. 

Ttie wind pdilftwl to the south- 
west nnd drifted us toward the 
Island of Santa Mana. From the 
fw-pnty-fotirth to the twenty-seven til 
wiMdfl of varying force and direction 
drifted ua about. On the morning 
of the twenty-aemth tba attuatton 
was extremely daagtroui." 

At dawn today the ariaton were 
located by the Eagle's planca. 

with MaJfiT Franco were Major 
Rduardo OonrAles Oollarza. pilot; 
Cape. JuUo Roto d'Alda, oavigAtor, 
and Sergt Mro "*^«^Bgn. 
mechanlr 





EP 

WETTER MONTH 



Safr for executors 
- Safr for you! 

Executora and Tnaat- 
eea arc p«rmiRcdi hy law 
to dgpoait aikd to inwoat 
tnnt hifida inth tUa 65- 
y«ar-«U imiitvtion. 

Traekoo Dabanturea 

are israev! for $100 or 
more for I lo \"e«rs to 



FOUR OrCBKS LBS8 TBAlf AVKB- 

AOE JMmrau. EmausNCBD 
iNnuT HaLF ornas 

LeKs Total Sanshlnr !.■ Ft^ ordrd. 
Althoogb bun Shone on Every 
Day a* Maalh 

Total rwfaU for the month of 
June was Jg of an loch, being 2 or 
an Inch more thap usual In Victoria, 
according to the reeords at Qoo- 
aales Observatory for the period 
ending June M, , 

The Biean tempera Uirr for the 
month was flfty-.six rteirrcc^ one de 
gree below Uir averago for the 
period. Thr warm''jit da.v .-Oiowed 
aeventy-5tx degrnw registered at 
June 4. and the coolert was .fune 
16. when forty-iix degrees was regis- 
tered. 

There were IFT hours aad eighteen 
nUnutat of gmwhlnt neordad. 
eighty-alx hours below the average, 

but on every day there was some 
sunshine or other. 

In connection with the prerlpU«- 
Uon the totsl tor the kIk months 
(less one day^ is R «2 inrhi ^ approx- 
imately ^91 Inch*'-'- I*"!* ih;iii liTwr- 
age, »fi [ic "Tip II'. hes. 

wiiiuw mm 

ffiDLCUNINli 

DraMle lt««trirUaag ■bea4hig «f 
■pedes Said ta ft* Wmiid for 
RehaMHtatlao 



VANCOOVKR. June 29 -One of 
the largest mUUng denls In aie hls- 
ti^ry of British Columbia wa.s closed 
FYlflay when Mr Noah A. Tinunlns. 
oi H 'lllngrr .Mine fame, marked hui 
advent into the B.C mining Held by 
buying controlling intereai m the 
Owen Lake Mining Co. property 
Mm Fiaafc a Thylor for «1400;000, 
nal iwHfT Vfi 1**n* "tift rfwnrr— ** of 
•IMMMO. Ur. Ttaomlng haa baea hi 
VaneouTcr tOr aemal dagv la oon- 
oeoUon with the deal. 

The Owen Lake Mining Company's 
group of daltnft Ilea vouth of Horn- 
ton, in the Bulkley Valley, nn the 
Une of the Canridinn National Rail- 
ways running ui I'rtnce Rupert. 
I^ey are about twcnty-flve miles 
south of Houst.on. Mr. Frank. U. 
Taylor, who is the acuve head 
of the company, has carried out a 
very aggressive programme with 
raspect to the devalopmettt of the 
proparty. 

Last rhU f oDowhiff the taUng 
over ol tha Department of Mlnaa 
by Hon. W. A. MrKmide. Mr. Taylor 
approached the department and 
urged upon it the malting ot pro- 
vlslon for the getting ot the com- 
plete equlpmeat that he planned to 
take In over the snow. The Oov- 
emmenU on the recmmendaiion of 
Mr McKentle. took steps In view 
of the showing that waA presented 
there, to provide a mad that would 
make pon.'^tblD WuittT hauiinu. 

As a rcRUll. Mr Taylor, by means 
Of sleighs and a capterpiUar. hauled 
In during the inbanral » oompreasor 
plant togatlMr with other equip- 
ment, including a sawmill 
I Thla aammsr Additional work has 
I been carried out by the oovem- 
, ment on the road to overcome some 
difficult parts of Ik and thus m^jit 
tn the dcvalopncnt ol a property 
which has been held to be of most 
pronUatng character. T'hc Govem- 
meot felt justified in the coiu^. 
loaamueh as a most promising dis- 
trict was being opened up by the 
expenditiirag on thla road 

Tha work has been carried out on 
tha ZNamoDd BUla pnparty. where 
galena ora waa a w w unlar ad In tba 
shaft sunk, which gave Himt 
promise. Another line of develop* 
ment followed by Mr. Taylor was 
on the Silver Queen, where a LunnSI 
oii-er 7.000 feet long has been driven 
and which alms at rfiRncutUng a 
number <ir velnn ai depth, carrying 
ni'w.i r»f th'- %i\:\if^ 111 ^silver lead and 
zinc, with also copper and gold 
valuafc 



JAEGER WOOLENS 
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BURBERRY COATS 




On the Greens 

*'Wli»tlhe tvcU-drofttttl mm •mm when 
h6self8^|Fmi«re«ttt«t0ftl4hefe. The 
latest nnportfltiona In Tweed Sports 
Suits, the Newest Golf Hoae» Sweaters, 
jAdietft-jttBt the things to remove the 
nchtal hiUards etwed by wondering 
whether you are "turned out" rig-ht for 
tlim^tof ^mes. 



W. & J. Wilson 

MBN'3 AND BOyfi* CLOTHES 
1217-1211 OoTcmmcnt St. Established lg«a 

PbMe SOS 



CHUTAIUO LAKE AFIRE ■* ' *« Oeatroyed 

UniAIUU IsfUkA ATUU I yesterday lU)brrt emltii. pilot, and 

Keith M II rrn v , in echaiilc, escape'l 

SIO0X LOOKOUT. Ont., Juna 39. by Jumping inio Uie wat«r but not 



—When a paasing raimitor fhmg a 
match onto tha oU-ailad smfaaa of 
the water, a provlnelal aarrlea plane 



before tba laUcr was badly barMMk 
He waa flown to ho^rital har«,«IMN 
he la pt ^ n i a a Un t faTonbly. 




5Z 




is paid 

on depoatta. 



You may withdraw 
your OBoaaj at aaiy 




Oamr regulations for 1939, now 
under preparation by Game Com- 
mlMtlnner Bryan WIIMams. for nt^ 
mission to the ( iovcmment, WlU 
contain drastic rest.nrtknn.'t on shoot- 
ing gT<Hi.w. It u understood at 'he 
ParHament BuUdinK" Olj%ervatl(>n'i 
during the last ye»r havr ronvlnced 
game authorities thai only such 
[Tieaauraa can sara grotiae from da- 
pletkio tn aoma dMrlet^ It la said. 

For years grouse, particularly the 
spades known varlonaly as wlUow 
grouae. nd grouse or ruffed grouss. 
have been declining In numbers at 
an alarming rau, which ts said tn be 
iuo to disease as wrII as to ahoot- 
ing. By giving lh« birds a chance 
to multiply, the game auUiorittas 
hope to rehabUllaU tbem It Is 
beUevwd that sportanan will wel- 
come thu plan If It teterferea to 
soma extat fer Ihg m sw u l wllfc 
their eastamary AMisam ^Wtt. 

Pinal derision on the new regula- 
tions WlU be made when Mr. WD- 
Uami and his stafT have completed 
their DbeervsUoDs In aU dlstrtcts oo 
th* number of ymmg birds raised 
thu keason Meanwhile the game 
admmistratloD is conducting a 
vigorous rampajgn against caLu 
which roam the woods in large num- 
■ m to some 



SubddUi Coming 

un'AWA. June 79 F'rovmcUl 
treaaurle* wa* iat cn .riily j with 
big <he<jues, issued hail yearly by 
the Do m i n ion Oovemmeni in pay- 
ment of tubridlaiL Thay are going 
out at tha weafc-and. The total 
yearly nubsldlea to the Western 
provinces paid In two insutmenu 
are Manitoba I1.A0830I; British 
Co.umtjla, J'na.Hie, Alberta. 11,070- 
43^. Saskatchewan. $2.onja6. 

Coinish School 
End Winter Term 

The CofBlsh ftcbool. ^ratUe, Waah- 
Jngton. U r. Jones 

The ComUh School, of Seattle 
Washlagton, has Just concluded a 
very iriteresting Winter t/rm. during 
whlcN th*' (Virnlsh Tlleatrr, Bltuated 
In the schf>oi tjuUdlng. was the scene 
of eonaiderabte aeuvlty it 's the 
pQUcy of the achoel to prcams one 
or mora programmee in the thgsira 
eaeh wask. daslgticd to appaai to 
the ganml pubUe. and of benefit 
to the etudenti. Drama, oraalc and 
dance are rgpnaealad» and the pro- 
itrammeA gf* aotad fOT thSir Qgh 
Atjindard. 

Summer •-■hool npend Julv 7, and 
runs for lu wewkv Here the Rtudant 
may enjoy a penod of intgaigTa 
Bummer study under the flnest, 
nationally known taaoh«n. in a 
climate Chat Is In all ways condu- 
cive to pleaaant work. 

Outstanding aawng the attraotlve 
oourm offered, Is the Hummer 
school of tha thaatra. under RUra 
Van Volkenlnnir fMrs Maurtoe 
Bro*ne'. mho returned from Parts, 
where •.ho ha* been producing 
"Jourr . Knd ' for Mautlfe 

Browne tmrtng the aeaalon one 
pro duff tk m wW be made, la whleh 
all tba stodsnta will partidpala 1m 



For Um Larger Lawna We Offor th* 

Estate Pattern 




The casters in front permit the cut- 

tinp around curves, while the roller 
behind eliminates tijC necessity of 
rolling separately. 

Akuck, Du wning & Wright, Lid. 

Succgggora to Hickman Tye Hardware Co. . 
Phonoa 546 YattB itfMt VfetMfs, WC 



r^mrto n.A?rr wkn* 

YORKA LINDA Cal .Tune » — 

The paeklng plant of the Varka 
Linda Cltnia AaaocUtton one hun- 
dred earkiade ef lemons and twenty 
^retii|niU<w ean were dtstrojad If 



lUdbard odBM sowa a 
oourae In the faaetawlhsg Mi at 
puppetry; Louise Boetba ig tcachM 
Dalcro s« Currthnpcs- stibjert lo- 
Taiiuble to the icartiflr and student 
of music, danc^ r>r i-una, CaIrd 
Leslie oAert a rr^i"^ m ballet and 
character dancing MartJ^a 8«c1t*tt 
brad of Uw Childrer. » Miutir l.t*. 
parUnent. wlU r'mduri % »h-j-t n-rr- 
mai rourae in in*"*-.-^!' in.l ma- 
tenala. Private iuaaons m all | 

^ThaaehMlT^^Sl^ShM I 




THE DAILV COKOMST. VICTORIA. B.C. SLNIMV, JINK 30,_1?2?_. 



NOTHING SO SMART 



As the Thm-Kitung Colomal 



Thf handtoRic PuiuB {llu»- 

tTjrr.f 1% rn^Hr in Marron 

UUck m«t kid, and tnnuiMd 
wttb (caoiM art-sCMl biKlica. 

Drop in u4 h«v« & pdr fitted by our wpcrt shoe- 
fitttr*. Priced at ^„ . • 




$10.00 

MUNDAY'S 

tmfmtd B^Mtaf Better Fiitms Shoes 1203 DonglM Strtvt 



Wherever You Live— 

Yoa Can Umrt ihc Benefit of 

Natural Gas in Tanks 

HSAT. COOK AND LXQHT WITH 

ROCKGAS 

Odortctt, Noa-Poi«iHi€iiii. ScMttfiw tnd Intenwty Hot 

VANCOUVBR XSLANO ItOCKOAfl DISTRIBUTORS 

LmOTED 

565 YatM 8t. Phone 8834 



CARAVAN COMES 
UPON VISIT TO 
ISIiNDPOlNTS 

Ti«>-Diy Inspection of Van- 
couver Isldtitl Is Com- 
prlsf^d in Four oi Rcdwoocl 
Lmpire Party 



nsiT TO 



/AY/7Y)f:s 
ENVIROI^S 



SEAFRONT 

ITUATED ON BEACH DRIVE, OAK BAY, A NEW 
"tucco semi-bun^ow. conUinin; 8 Urge brig-ht rooms, 
ommanding uninterrupted views over the Straits to the 

inlands and Mount Baker; every convenience, hardwood 

li'xir-., h'.t water heating, balh, ^^]ll\^f■^ ami t-xtra wash- 
'om. f*rice includes electric r^g^and fixtures, blinds. 



iirtaini, Isno. Near car and goU 



T«nn» at f 10,500 



SAANICH, NEAR CITY 

V HIGH GROUND. 1 ACRF, BEArTIPUL GAR[ i 
iiie shatlc trees. <irchard, shrubbery, lawns apfl K^^^'Jcn, 
ifrmitKlcH by holly hedges. Modern Z-roomed bungalow, 
: . inrru ha<-fmcnt and furnace, built-in features, chicken 
h'luses, barn, garage. Low taxes. On account of fore- 
' loanre. price Is cut in two. Now 94.000 

BUNGALOW, NEAR CAR 

iv(.»ijMri. MOUiiRN l.\ EVERY RESlM-i T 
Cement bascmene and ftmiace. Owner, leaving. s;h i 
r , ™. 92,7O0 

Coles, Howell & Co. 



>i38 View St. Limited 



Phone 65 



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SEAFRONT HOME 

lUO Acrej (or less acreage if desired), part in orchard ami 
-mall fniiU; be&ulifully lald-out gardens, tennis lawn; ex- 
• client shooting and fishing; private cove with excellent 
^iindy hcach; unsurpassed views. Modern 7-r f.rni'.I h.-ii-i 
4 bedrooms. sittinR-room. dining-room and kiicbcn ; laun 
dry tub<. hoi air heating. We highly recomtttcnd this 
very beautiful ; ' 

OAK BAY 

Modern 8 room House, containing 3 bedrooms and matd*s 
room, living-room, dining-room ; kitchen, wired for electric 
range: two glassed-in sleeping porches; double carage 
"id garden. The house stands on prmin'h appmxi- 
tely 130 feet K 210 feet, and stands on high ground 
vrih a wonderful soutfaerly view. The price ha* been 

huccl to, on Trrm- (}Qq 

PEMBERTON & SON 

625 Fort Stmt phon. 388 



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•/■■■■rrdajr SVtnlng .'.aw the nr- 
riv4: 111 Victoria of thp R^dw^oci 
BDpIrt Ljiad Crula« Caravan Tour 
Of Oregon, Washinsum and Briu&h 
Columbia. Ttaa psitr, bsaded by 
tb» repi III Mil ■Ills a( ttis Oonnor 
of the stats of Ontas, and con- 
■laUitt oi a munbar of inoiiiRic 
ppnp> ini^T^at^d In wfstora travel. 

U-;r 111'- r-^y .A lirlUnghmm at 1.4B 
oclock yestercUj alterooon. 

The partT srriTed at Sidney a' 
4 in o'clock and wprp me! and wfl 
cuir.cil h> PtiblhUv Conitiu .-.ii'iit'i 
(li'org*- I Wirrp:i ano Mr H^r^ild 
PalintT, a.vsUtant vrrf-r^t! >- tr> thr 
Vlrt.->ria Chamber ui Crmmfn-e 
Vi>"u arrival, ihf mrinbcrs ..r iht- 
party rejoinwl their car* and »err 
d»ven Into Victoria by way of Ben- 
vcmito Oardans. where a pauao vea 
mad* in order to enable the vtstton 
to enjoy the iloC of hlwwns vtilch 
the rudens a/ford u the p reeem 
iime. 

La3t night a dinner took place at 
the DomlnioD Hoiel, and the visitors 
wfTP wclrnm^d by Mayor Hrrtirr! 
Aiwcnib Mr Diivid LeTOilnK Mr 
.Slrpfif-ii .Inp.'-.-. Mr Reg'lnald Hay- 
■*ard, y. !■ }• Mr stfwan WiUiams. 
Mr W E. Irvuic Mr, Gordon Ellis, 
Mr L. D. Chetham. Mr. Ivan Bee- 
rrort. and Mr. H. B, Olson. 

Tlie caravan will leave V-.'.-ii 
'vOcnoTTow morning. It u uncrr; ain 
vbat the aioveaisDta of the party 
wlU be today. At aoiDe time durtns 
Ita stay here, however, the partv 
will visit the Ciyital Oardan at th> 
tuesu of .Mr. Ivan Awde. 

Tium who anived yeetcrday in 
i^luded the foUowlns: 

KOQ. C. K. Oatea. Highway Cocn- 
mlMloner, repreaenUng Governor I. 
L. Patterson, of OreKon. 

Mr. and Mm. U. o. Hidgway. San 
Rafael. CaL 

T, Finn, San Prancls«j. 

W C Burkhard'-, Sun Franruco 

OforRr O NplIl .San Francisco. 

Mr and Mrs Charles Powprs and 
MiAji Powers. San Franciaoo. 
I B. Anderson and B. McObe^y 
Sao ftaodioo, 

Mr. and Mta. W. Dayibar. Ohah*- 1 
man Marine Board of Supenrlaorsi 
and President Redwood Empire! 
Supervisors Unit. 

Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Wade. Hum- 
boldt, Cal. I 

Mr and Mrs J Emmet Hayden 
and two sons. San Pranci.v;o, | 

Mr and Mrs. A. J RomI, San i 
rranrlico 

Mr. and Mrs. A. Roncovten. 8an 
Praneifloo. 

Mr. and Mrs. Waller Trrtu. .san 

Clyde ■dmondson < and Mrs < . 
manager Badvood Empire Aas n 

Judgp John L. Chlkb and «m, 
Crftscrnt City. Cal. 

Charles Moser. Crescent City. 

Jack Crowe, Crescent City. 

A. Caas. W Camahan. Jack Naah 
and John limiir!- (imr.iA Pau. 

Dave Bolce. Longview. Wash. 

Out H a frahr i ck . Loncview. 



Queenswood 



FOR 



WATERFRONTAGE 

Rp»idennal Sitp« of 2<-i to S Acres— ReaatiFuI Situation — Only IS 
to 20 Mtoutas by Motor. Electric Ught aad HMtlar-TetiplwM. 



Apply to 



Swinerton & 
Musgrave 

1 : M ! T f' ; i 
*40 Fort Strett 



Girdwood & 
Company 

LIMtTBD 
6U Brooghtaa Sirest 



COMPANY PLANS TO 
SETTLE HOLLANDERS 
IN WESTERN CANADA 

OTTAWA. June a>.— The tnoor- 
poratton of seven oU eompanlee Is 
announced in this wcek'a lane d 
The Canada Oaaette. Most of them 

have their headquarters in Weatem 
Canada 

A charter ha.'- been Krante<] lo 
Henry BeeLh. at Orand RapW 
I Mich., and lour clUzens of WiMIiiprt' 
iMan., to oivantse a comp«r-,v m i«> 
known as the Holland Reformed Un- 
miifTation Aid Society of Canada. 

.bject Is to "promote the de- 
velopment and colonization of Can- 
ada by immigrant* and settlers of 
Holland Reformed church oilcla, in 
f"aiP«. tamlly n ntts and indtvWnala." 

BOBBBft LVTOntnUNCB 

HAMttTON. Ont., June 2a 
Charlei Long. Aldenbot farmer 
Identified as the robber who shot 
Detective ^OUara Clarke and was 
then slain himself after holding up 
a bank here, left Insurance to his 
wife of tifl.ooo. The bulk irf it was 
applied for five years ago and all 
policies nere paM up at the time 
of death. 



FOR RENT 

Furnished 

'Mount Adelaide' in Esquunalt 

On the waterfront; 10 acres of woodland . 

lawn and gardens; uninterrupted view oi 
•^cz and mountains. 

Immediate PdssesSton. References 
Required 

Per FartfettlMV. Apply to 

E. P. Johnston, Executor 

I' () Hox ;«n Victoria, B,C 



WOOD *4 



uosoH. oowwaaoif 

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Victoria 
Baggage 
Company 

H M Mill Contractnri 



OU SKMALH 

Furniture Moved. Crated 
and Shipped 

Pool Cm for Pniriaa and 
AU PoiBta 



Cah Save You Time and 
Mooay. X^rgaat Vaaa in 
tba City. 

Pbooaa 2505 and 2506 
510 Port Stmt 



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lOOe-lO GOVKKNMl-.NT STRI.I T 



BAR(;AI^s 

l!S EVKRY 
DEPARTMENT 



JULY 



BETTER ltAR(; iI\S 
Til EVER 



CLEARANCE 



BL\ IN JLLY 
Am SAVE 



SALE 



DOORS OPEN 
AT 9 A.M. 



Commences on Tuesday^ July 2nci 




Our EnHre Stock of Women's Conts^ Suits and 
Dre$ses to Clear at Greatly Reduced Prices! 

It's truly marvelous what g ood -l oo king, timely appaiei can be bou^t new. 
And with two full months of warm weather Mill ahead of ai. Smart, fftihibn- 
rifrlit mer.^handi^c e\fry intportant style created for Summer, at 

greatly reduced price> .' Come in Tuesday . . . jou will surely lind your 
size in a wide varictjf of Sumitier styles-^rrocka. coats and ensembles— jkift 
when they are amarCest. 

Fifty Tweed Coats Reduced to Clear at $12J5 

Here is a wonderful baryain for July Sale sl^oppera in smart Tailored Tweed 
Coata at the reduced (n*icc of ^12.75* All smart looking pirments, well 
tailored and perfect fitting. Fifty of them to clear at July Sale Price, f 

Silk Frocks to Clear at ^H.OO, $9M, $14.9$ 

and $13.95 

W r ha^r loo many Silk Dresses in itock for this time of thr v ear an-I to rffert 
a speedy clearance we have grouped a numher of them into four loii. and at 
their greatly reduced prices they will move out quickly. To dear at 
fa.50, ^14.85 and ^ .fl8.96- 



$15Matul$:i5M0 

Dainty Evenina Dresses and Hsnre 
FVocks. Formerly priced ug to $40 50. 
Rcflueed for }«ly Sale at Ois.oo 
and , -■. S30.OO 

MisMo' Pleated SporU SkirU 

Smart-Lookina and CckxI QnaUty Pleated 
Sports Skirts for nuases :i ' " i mall 
women. Gretlly reduced for AC 
Jtily Sale at #Oa W 



"GOIJ LEX'' 

4 M) 
Bl RHI KHV' 
CO Alb 

ALL KKUICKI) FOR THIS 
t;RIiAT JLXV 

SALE 



mioon I iOATS 

Al$lL95 

Itrighi and gay \V houpcc Cuat». Ideal for Summer 
wear. Regular $19.50. Reduced tdr July Sale 
to .-.-^^^..^ „ .814.95 



H ool Jersey Two-Piere Jumper 
Suit»^ $9.7 'y and $12,75 

.\ il thi* wesson's huyms, an'l ihej- are just ttir kiiu! nf 
Barment yon wtll wsnt in ynur vacalinn uarHrohe and 
their reduced prices they are an oulstanding vstue si OO.Tft 

and sia.ro 



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A Big Spn iftl l*tirckase oj Liayoii 

Silk Undergarments 

Kortune fav.ired Miir ^ilk undcrwear hn\er in iliu Imky purcl)a.se ni Dainty Rayoti 
Silk L ndergarnienif. in plain and lace trimmed stylej«. in all the wanted dainty 
colors. Included in this purchase are: (*own». Pyjamas. Slipji, l>loomer». Vests, 
Cami-SlipB, Teddys, etc. Formerly priced in the umuI way up to $375. .MI grouped 
to sell at one price for tkis great July Sale at „ ^1.48 

Rmgulm- V^me$ Up lo $3.7$ 



To Qssr at 




july 5ale Bargains in Silk 
and CoUoH Under' • 
- garmenU 



1 learrns OdH l.i 
' .owm and ^^i 
Cami-bockcrs. cu 
HTS. July Sale 



o* Kavon Silk 
r»i>-Piece Set*. 

R^olar up 10 
91.M 



Odd Lines of Dainty Voile Cclaneaf 
Silk St«p-lni and Salinette Bloomrri. 
ReKvlar $1.00. Joly Sale B0< 

Clearing Dafnty Voile TerlHiei and 
Sirp iM». Lace trimmed and all preity 
colufK. Regular %2.25 to $.1.25 Jutv 
Sale •».»* 

Two Doren Only. Sliahlly DanMfed 
Diouty Bloomer* and \\ hue Cartu- 
wje^ Reautar vp Ms |l<00. ^le 

i iee Only. Daintr Crane de AioK 
lifd Jacket* Recuiar $5.M. To clear 
for July at _ - Oa.0« 

t'.trl*" C'lttoii Crepe anfl Dimity 
h)>i<>nirf«. ixmn* and While Drawer*, 
for agca 4 to 12 year*. Rcaular 4Sc 
fo $US. July Sate ..Isatt Ftitm 



200 Ih 



Navetf^ f rtumnm 



Jl L, 
SAJL£ 



$1.53 



$1.29, $1.59 
$2.59 

Three ('•roup* of Pretu I laytime 
Frock, in %man pnnleil i1r..i|fii, i if- 
gandie intnmed. All »izc> A *pleiv 
did fuly Sale bargain at fl-Sft. 91.59 

•od - ..ax.M 

W'omenU Sa>eater$ to 

$1.95 $3.95 



Llearancp Sale Bargains in 
the Corset Section 



Twn tjf'iii'. I I ! ' l: 1 ■■ V 
Over SwcAIrr^ J - 

good colors and ttrraily 

citar at 9tM and....._^ 



-■l-r-! I'llM- 
All 

reduced (o 



Girls* Tub nremwM 

ZhokSI.OO 

Here ii a (wrgain llial demand* earfy 
morning »hoppina Oirla' TmI. Vr >. v\. 
all good %tvV*. for agea i ii \i ^rtr<, 
July Sale pnee. 8 foe- $X.oe 

GirU^ Smmmer Coau and 

Bats lo CIrnr Ot 

HALF i'iili E 



Tweniv I>oirn "I) ^ A" C-or^elef te« 
(•( durable rayon alriped material wiili 
ela-tic over hlpa. Siaea 32 to 36 lul- 

Sale . - al.OO 

Five Doaen irt>»*»rH i Qf«eletic« o| 
light and durablr ftijUred hatiMe. Pink 
or «h.tr S./f. ii to Ml R<-Ku!»r 
U.Ori July Sale 

Five r>o«en "D & A ' and "Sature'i 
"Rival' CorM-Iettrt Made with •wami 
Ktlk laps. Sirec i2 to 40. Regular 
$275. Jutv Sale $1,7^ 
Ten Vt>i7^f\ C' <r«r'rl1e«. marie with 
durable inner belt. Suhable for well- 
rievcloped figttrcs. Si ce* M U' 42. 
July Sale price 93. 
Clearing OcH IJne, ,.( "Nenw. I'let ' 
and (^ftard Corxtellr* arnl liirdle* 
for «M typ«« of ftnrea krtiuUr $7 
to $lioa Jidy Sale . •S.M 
Two DoMn Only, Coraett. tiirdles anH 
Step-In CiMlea. All good makra and 
in the wanted iffta. Recvlar $4.90 lo 

IftSO. jtfty Sale .. 

Kiplifeen t inly. (>k%Mrd and "D & \" 
Sid- M"okinf and ^tep-ln <^irdle« in 
thr wanted attca. Rcfular $J.90 



$4.11 Jaly Sale 



Kxtra S pet mi 

Irn llojcti ( rjM /ill sukimi SilV 
' or^elettf* .Si»p* .i2 Ml ,XH 
l.'ahtly boned ami remf^irtr H 
KegiiUf $5 00 Jul> Sale. 9»M 



HOSn R) 
BARGAliSS! 

LOQQ PAIRS OF FINK SII.K 

JLLV AQ^ PER 

SAI*E 096 PAIR 

Here i« a irondertnl wrnring and gtxxl- 
looking Silk Hoac by Harvey. In all 
Ihe newcal ahadca a« well as black. 
AM lilte*, 8« to la July Sale, per 

pair - ^ . flft^ 

Women's Fancy Summer Stik ,i r 
Li^Ie Sport Ho»e, siaca, 8', io I 
Regular $1.^5. July Sale SO^ 

Kayaer Heavy Quality All Pore Silk 
Hoae. Broken »i«e» and ailk to ihe 
top. Regular $2.50. July Sale, per 

pair 

VVnmen'a Silk Meah Hote in all th<- 
wanted colon. Regular $1.05. JdK 
Sale, per pair ai.-iO 

Fancy Hand-Painted Silk flofte. Ml 
good colon. Broken aixea. Renlar 
$J.SO. July SaIc, per pair .tl.T* 

Odd LInea of Women* Kilk I.i*le 
Hoae in black, white and brown. Small 
ftiaea ttnl|r. Reftttar to 7Sc Tq clear 



at ■ 



for 



Oiildren'a Art Silk and Lisle Half- 
Length S^xka. Broken aiaca. Valnea 
lo 75c July Sale* S Paira for 

ChiMren't Ribbed Silk Uale Hoae in 
i>tark, hrnwn and white. Sltea up to 

L** .^.*^*»' i^r »ie. 

■ Faire for , irt 



Gloveg at July Sale Pricen 

I. learing (iM l,ine* of Trrfcimp Nov- 
elty Kid 'ilo>c«. Sues ft and fx' ^ only. 
KeguUr up lo %i.')S. l o clear at. per 
pair •l.OO 

Kayaer Nnvelty Silk Glovea in aire 6 
only. Black, white, grey and »and. 

ReffuUr $1 .^0. July Sale, per i>apr. 

Kay*r t Ni.vclty Cliamoitcttr r,lovea 
in sues II. 7'., with rnihrotdered 
larn-back or flarr . uffv KenniUr $1.50. 
July Sale, i.rr i-air 

K*y»er Pull On Saddle - Stitched 
f^ltjvc» All «n«id »ha'le» and sirei 

6 to ly't. Regular July Sale, 
per fak — 

350 Paira of Kayaer ChamoiMtic 
GloTca with novelty cuffa, in aiaea 6 
to 7y«. Regular 75c aad $LOa Julv 
Sate, per pair Mf 

Morley'. l.nRlnh ■Haad>Sewn Fabn. 
(.love* in th»- priputar button, pull-on 
ff fU't'" wri*t •t>Irt. in ahades o! 
p««tel. wlitie and natural. Staea ^ 
to 7>i. Regular StJIk Jlgly Sale, per 
pair Me 



July Sale Bswgaine in the 

Knit Vnderteear Section 

Women * I.i*Ie Combinalioru io all 
the «anifd iitylc* In aixet $6 to out- 
titt. July ^lalc „ 

Women'a Fine Liale Vesta, opera-lop 
•jyle only. Sfati $6 to 4i Renlar 
S9e. Jnly SaK S for tLoo 

Women'* Fine Cotton I.itir Blfx>mer» 
in all jiiei While and color*. Regrt- 
lar 49c. Jaly Sale. 8 Faira for tl^OO 

'M-i f.ine^ ..f rhilHren'* Silk Vr*i* 
dii'l fll"i>riif r«. Brcfken tite* He){ii 
>i! up lo tOc Jufr Sale price 49^ 

Clearing Odd Linf<t ot ('hildr.>n'i I i*\r 

CombfnaikMia. Rr-^uU. |i J5 July 
Sak 99t 



Fifty Tub Frocks for Girls 
f4 Years 

$1.00 AND $1.25 

T|in u your npportunilv I'. iKKk up 
«"ut )tiri« fr-t the Summer with . 
ri'jalxv ard (mirl tooking 1'ub ) 
Kciluced i« flffit ai and <^ > -^ ■'^> 



AU I'urr l( .KH i t'*U 



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UKSHRXNKABLt 



THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA, B.C. aLM>A^. JLAi-. .vu. iv^v 



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t^a s. by CoLoalA 

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r«»rtT •«* 

Hfttf.T««rtT - 

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AU nibKrlpUoo mtca pn>BU« In auVMOc 

to imica an 
to The Dftttr OotonM. 



it ha* tem ImilhMMtf fti a price, und ii u not : 

whoUy clMUf to what extent tbc game is worth | 

the carKlte. , | 

■h.- pun-ly healthful aipectJi nf > 
,. ,, a social aapect whtoh 

oil '111- i-ntn^iUWttf^ la* 

.t ft 1 iu-> *if«- po«a»ad wtth 

rhf trclliig ranfclea In 
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DOMINION DAT 

It Ls Rtvcn to comparaUvelf lew countriea in 
I0M present Koi^r^tion to stand at the threahQld 
•f nationhood on the annlvwnartes ot their, natal 
4a7a> yet that U the caM with OuukU whleh 
eaiebrates it« slxty-aoccmd Urtatday toaaoRov. A. 
Qian of some sixty decades Is a very abort breath- 
in< spat e in tha Ufa of a people, for ttie destiny 
of naiion.i i5 measured m ceiituriea. It may be 
said of this Domintan, howeirer. that In its brief 
p*r!'"1 r.t i Mi.r.-clf'rated life It has bUjssomed as W. 
wi i- :.r.. 1!;- atlained a p<>i.M' and diKtiilty, 

« Strength and eodunuica, a oauraHe and «n un- 
bounded optimism that apeak volumes for Uie 
olttmau role It will aaiaine In ttie hegemony of 
nations. 

:i hits been sitld ih:a coofedwatlon was the 
«nife. uf 'hands of iceiitti.H gilded by an iineirlnB 
faitii U wa-i unrtutJhU'cily ilif rv.wU of a stales- 
aianllkc vision wt^lrh sfVi'-d upun a great (jppor- 
tunlty and translati'd a into aotlol). lU fmindfrs 
aounded a clarion note when, by putting Union 
into effe^ tlioy told the people to go up and 
foveas the land. "Half a oentineat is ours," said 
Oalt, "U we have but the courage to take up the 
boideu." Canadians have the courage, have piade 
much of their opporiunlUea and bare laid well 
and surely the foundations upon whlrh the 
Structure of permanent nationhood is built. It is 
ael by accident that a pillar of the new Parlia- 
«ant BulldlDga at catawa ahould bear the m- 
■crlptlon. **Wber» there U no vWon the people 
peri.sh ■ The fowd«r« of Canada's Confederation 
havf .'.hnwn, judged by results, that they pos- 
HCisrri riir vision, that they realucd thf etrenpth 
of ihoap for whom they wore leglalatinR. that they 
had a prrfcct realization that our people would 
UTe up to the great opportunity that they were 
offered >lxtT-two yean a«D. 

This DcMninlon la beRlnnlnn to exort a world 
ijifluenoe. It la a proud prlvllegr. the first fruits 
of which are being reaped by the Beneraf mn nf 
today, for It means new prestige and power and 
a place In the auD. It Is a responaibUltv whk:h is 
M^rlaUj ineumbant on the rising generation, a 
warning to our youag men and women of the 
Errov - t: rcffponslblUty that wUl be theirs in the 
s^.M 1 > come In the task of olUzenohlp. The 
Icj-s I 1 our brief bi^ory. crowded as It has been 
wiUi material achievement. I.i the necessity of 
disciplined Utcb. moral as -^-oll as phvslcal rour- 
tge. and the desirability, in this new and healthy 
•HTtronment. to aoond a nota in the leadership 
ol rlvUteatlon The country can tak« Ua part in 
that Icnder?thlp tf It envisages a world ooUoofc and 
does n<«t ■ trcumscrlbe lu view by paroehlallMn. 
Its vi -inn n not dimmed by deprcsalng Inftuwioes 
whlrh havp rrtardfd other nations' crowth and 
developmrnt. Hlatory with un has h.id its difli 
oultles. and perhaps Its depreaalons. but, ii-^ mm 
pared with Uie annaia of other naUona older than 
9ur»elveK It la a paann of progMO. 

I'maria a^l7ed her opportunity on the day of 
Corli'drratlon She found her soul in the days of 
trial during the Oreat War Her national r.arfcr 
has been one of conquering and to conquer. She 
gwes much, more even than her people reallae. in 
ttW pmgrtm of her eivUlsatlon to the fact that 
her e»p»nilon hu taken place and been fostered 
under the protecUng aegis of British connection. 
What, Indeed, she owes to Britain Is a debt that 
\s Immeasurable and that Britain never wL;hr;^ 
for ii moment should be paid So I'tik as ih-' Km- 
ptrc la one and Indlvtslblc It is all fur une and one 
for all. as It was In the days of crisis from 1914 
to 1018- Bo far as the present outlook Is concerned 
this Domhilon can have no greater destiny than 
U one of the fastest-growing nations of the Brlt- 
li>li Empire, one whose power In Its councils bc- 
onme.s .-itron^er ea* h yesr and whose Influence on 
lis diturf' becomf-s more prufmind. Even now, thl.-; 
Canada of ours is the linchpin of Imperial des- 
tiny. No naUon within the Empire can have a 
prouder prlvUega or a greater respanalbUity, 
throuRh moral endurance and dlaetpUned faith, 
to In. up to the forceful task vbleb Inherent 
•out it'e aiift abillly to aeiae upon opportonttles 
hA.-i ia:tl upon our people because of the vt-Uon of 
the founders of Confederation and all Uiat It has 
^want In th« making of cmda. 

DBCAT OF fUmf ffcWIHW 



Ai )-it 1 r ■■r. 
pede*trMii>iMi. 
an np.sftt ; J n 
pedesLriauA 
an '•inferior. t 

their nMnd4 timi U.c> ar*; 
They are the flolaam )etsam of the tide ox 
t-Mm .n traffic. Many of thsm are deWrred from 
i.iiuv.iii« the pursuit of walking bacau.s.- they 
if-el rithtiy or wrongly, ftat they arelooaed 
uiK-n with disdain by their more fortunate 
broUiers and alslers who svh..^ hy them on the 
counUy roads. These roads, i'» ;»re bulli solely 
for the pwpoeea of motor nafti- a pedestrian 
using, them la engaged in a com tnuous process 
of siie-atepptog. He cannot stride forth freely 
with head In air, oontanting himself with admir- 
ing the scenery alona. He to furtively looking fore 
and aft .-vlonK the hlKhway and tfttSg UP WS 
oppori.initir.s for >.i['-'y when driven Into the 
diU-h ni Mol'.nni! hUi. not only 

many from pedeslriaiu.^jn but it t.a-s made what 
pedastrlans are left a submeiuM^i r*w* whoee 
form of sxerdae has been turned into a nlgbt- 
nuire. 



Note and Convneiit 

Br R- a a 



QOVIRNMEWT AH© TABIFW 

of Mr MatkiMizle 



The Government 
making belat^-.t pr..rni.s< s of dnliiK .snmethinR 
hniiH .in (rrpRLer trudc ri?lations l>etwr 



Xing Is 

or 

other to buUd up greater trade r.'lations i>etween 
this country and the Motherland This is ihe 
Gov^e^'s tentaUve reply to U»e latest 
American Urlff proposals. Mr. 
eight years of power to put Into effect policies 
which would make Brltata the «r<>twt pur- 
cha-s^ r .,f caniids.in n'>o^^ ^^<^ ranoda the blggan 
buyer in the Hritian marsH What be has ac- 
comohalicd »n this rtspcct (Uh-s not Inspire any 
BS^lOar confidence of future action. Under 
his rogM th» United Btatos has been given a 
! :.r«er and cver-growtog share of Canada s pur- 
, i, . power. There has been no adequate reply 
M UAv- separate increaac* 
KheduieH. each of which hM boen weclfteally 
directed agaln.st this Dominion. 

Now public opinion has become so aroused 
over the latest American proposab; ihrtt Mr 
King's Government appears to think wms aiep 



Tht uncXp«rli:J olttli (..i[ip<''-' "1 

thU merry old *-iilcl iT-iMt)i> Un 
many oU world would be but a dul. 
aad dreary place, and hardly worUi 
Uvlng lot If aU the uuoga that hap- 
pened In It went tMns* thai were 

lt\r rrLfiit srnerul clci tlcii :;i Of«al 
Britain »a-i II'"-'- -i':".;- ' n-f-x- 
pected. but uoiur > i UiUiso iif-^ Uxve 
happened as a : it crriaLnlv 

wen uasweoted. Take the cases of 
Rt HSn. Margaret aendfleld and of 
the united States Awh ai w i dnr to 
the Oonrt of St James. The satra- 
ordUMry caM uf tiuo. Margaret 
, could not havr ii,:|^p<-npd 11 a l*bor 

Ciovt-rnmrnt i.-ir. n .%UCCeeded a 

Cooservatlvc Ouvcrnuivnt In Great 
BrllabL The peculiar case of Oen< 
eral XSawes might not have hap^ 
pened if Mr. BsdNr had not beta 
elected fwsldsW of the United 
BUtes. 

There li no ralattonablp except by 
inference brtweeti the extraordmary 
case of the United Uiales Amboua- 
dor sod the most ex'raordlnary 
case qI Rt. Hon. Muxgai ei Uondfleld. 
HM Inferential relatiooship between 
the easei of the Ambassador and the 
Minister ot Laber ^ that in his offi- 
cial capacity It was tbe formal duty 
of tl)e Ambassador to attend a eeuri 
of the Sovereign of iht.s Realm, and 
he found that lie hod nothmg suit- 
able to wear, and thai It was the 
moral duly of tha Mlaiitar to attend 
a reeeptloB t» be given by the Mnce 
of Wales and she found out that site 
could not attend trnteas She wore 
something she a««Kkl not conaelen- 
ttouxly wear. 

• • « 

In the ritrsordloary cases under 
!r\,r'A (he male ol tiic siiecles 
proved more roeouroeful and more 



follow tbam ttun as ethar 
loUo* the bird* to VtctorU." Hbw- 
fVM .i> Ions aa this merry uM «.f»rld 
^■IKlure^, the chanre* are Uint the 
pruple ol II wiU nrver lack inHT 
tuinirient of soms Uod. 



iettei»«*((yitor 



«r\a« 



Mm artiMT wUX S* 

WttM 



PIBSmtANsATI Will Fxion 
Sir — You niMV !•«<• ak pir mi losed 
. u '..i<f tmin « widely nrculated 
Aniciit-n magaxlnc. tliai Uie Ameri- 
cana claim that Ueut Waiter Hln- 
ten, ef tbe Dntted SUMea Navy, in 
an lfO« btplaae was the first man ts 
fly tbe AtUntlfi. Ttom TiWM t 
Bay. NewfonadlaBd, to Uaboe. In 
Kay. IMI. 

I have always understood, and SO 
far I Imagine ltav« moat Ungllidt 
people, that Alooek and Brcnmr— 
who, by the way, were Australians 
— »ere thfl first. Yet here are the 
Anu'ricans tlalm^ine th&t honorl 
Could you kindly explain? 

"Punrobin," Saseenoa. BC, June 



ought ta *• tkkWB. Mtoislera are foroeasung ao wur a iao ua than the female. Part 

estenslon of the British preference, but they say - — 

nothing of changes In the general tariff It is 
the latUT which tmplemcnU the »WUty of Ameri- 
cans to sell twice as much to our 10.000.000 In- 
habltantji na wc s. 11 Uj their poprulaUon of 120^- 
000 000 It is the latter inequality Ihot should be 
rectified What is calling aloud for redrrs.s ir, th.- 
aWUty of Americans to purcbaae our raw nia'«r 
rials and exploit them for their own advani.iKr 
The tlKal policy of tha ODuntp »\»\°, 
motto of 'Canada for Canadiw nailed at tt* 

masthsad. 



HONDAVS LACROSSE GAME 
Slr^Ths majority of our cilisens 
do not reaUae that we have three 
ftrst-claas mtennedlate (or Class B) 
teams. Tbe Boos of Canada. Oak- 
lands and South Park teams com- 
pare favorablv with any oUitrs In 
Beltlsh Ooltimbla. itnd tliorefore in 
Canada or anyw'tiere the world. 

AU we stand in need of are the 
backing and support of liu- public 
of Vlcttffia. and 1 am eonAdent that 
the splendid young athletes ol these 
^fmrv* deBe^vedl^ merit rtuch ''Sup- 
port, and with liiat behind ihem 

of 



CONSERVATIVES 
PUkNGAUUAY 



»»T«r> ol 1 "iilcdrrali.-ri W lii 
Bm ObMrrcd M Uk L^ae 
ptsalc O r ne e aa 



With the promise Ihat Om- »«'hiI;''i 
WUI be Ideal cn Mmiday ('>r the pur- 
pose ol « pirnir. Uie ouUook for the 
CiMiUcn CuiuerVBllve Eattieftag at 

the AtbletU Orauoda, Bk Lake, ki 
of the brightest Tbe event is to 

commence ai i 30 o'olock In the 
afternoon m> that the fullest enjoy- 

mrn' iiiuv t>c iirnvided for Ihobe who 
A'.U-i.a 1 111 pirnic 

Till- rp--rrhe.^ wil! nol be lons so 
that vpotts ni*y be carried 

through II ci-oipleUon lYemier 
Ttoimie. ti><- iii<-inbrr tor Saanlch. 
will bt the maUi speaker The others 

on (be peogramaw are Hon. R- H. 
Fodey. AbtonNy-OtBeral. and Mr. 
O. H. OtaUs. nseaber fer Maoauao 
ridbw In tbe BOuee ef O o mm e n a. 

There Is a f uU proffrmmme of land 
and swlnimlng sporu on ths list 
which will provide races for men 
women and < hUdren Prtrea^ nrc 
beuie Kiven and a sperlai lAture 
of thf day.^ prnce<-dLng:i will be what 
lii dewnbed as n iioveliy feature for 
WbtUl a K'"J<1 Pf"'' I* oflLred 

This Will lajte the form of an m- 
tellectual xmt. and wlU be under the 
charge of Mr w. O. Wallace. 

Another uttrartive feature will be 
the Punch iktul Judy abow vbleb 
wUl be put on. 

In vlsw of tbe fact that many city 
residents have Intimated their wish 
to b« preeent, arranganenla have 
been made for a first dass trana- 
port-Rtion pUn by way of the Van- 
couver Island Coach Lines- The 
grounds are ri-kuli>-i; by vny of the 
Broc^lSh RoMd and uld We«t ttoad 
Ttie biues will leave Brouchlon 




would unitedly, m the ooorse ___ ___ _ _ _ 

the year^ prior lo the next Olympla ; sireei bu-i terminal ut 1 pjii- and 
Games, provide a team amply able \ i pm., and returning wUl leave 
to eompete favorably with the very \ the ploiilc grounds at 6:46 pxa. and 



Mr(.'.^rnlnBlcal 
Juno 'J». 1S3B. 



Tfce Weather 

OfBoa, VtelMla. B.a, 
nMPSRATQMB 



at 0 gjn. 



vietana 

Nanalmo -- 

Vancouver 

Kamloop* 

prince George 
Edtevan Pomt 



Mm. 

, M 

47 
M 
M 

46 
4S 
4S 
M 



Max. 
M 
IS 

72 
78 

SO 

r.o 



64 
R4 
64 
38 
«2 
45 
U 
4S 
M 
M 
40 
SO 
48 
M 
06 



u 

78 
74 

n 

76 

m 

60 

n 

60 
60 

7a 

80 
72 
78 
78 



or 



Prince Rupert 

Dawson — 

HeatVle .— 

jTirtland . 

San Pranrisoe - 
fipohane . 
Loft Angeles 

ppntlcton 

Vernon 

Omnd Porlt.s . 
NeUon " — 

l^tiionton . -" 

SwUt cufiant 

Prince Albsrt --t 

Qu'Appelle 

WUinlpeg - 

PORECASTS 
Victoria and Vicinity- Light to moderate winds; 
jtenemiiy fair; sUttonary or higher temperaUtt*. 

Vancouver and VWnlty-OeBseal fair; atattonary 
higher tempenture. 

BATUBDAT 

Maxinram — — 

Mmimuffl — . 

Miniiiinni nn graat — 

pnght sunshine. 11 hours fprldayv 
Oenaial state or 'Ji-- u'^afiicf. {■i''ai 

S PJH. WBATUGB RCPORTH 
Victoria— Barometer. S0.0>: wttuL 8.W., 16 

Vanoouv^— Barometer. 30A4: wind, N.V^ 4 mUes; 

K am loop^- Barometer, aOAfl; calm; 

Prltire Of">rEe Bftromelrr, 2fS0; 

irMry , rainint; 
Prince RuiMir* Ban.ni. it r .10 02; 

miles: clear. ^ „ „ „ 

Egtevsn Point -liaronieter, 30,16. wmd. S.. 8 mUe*. 

*^*T'ai«»l» -Barwmeler. 30.10; wind. W.. 4 miles; fair 
porUand-aaromeler. 6000; wind. e w.. 4 miles; 

'^'si'atUe-Bamneter. 30.04: wind. N.W.. 4 mlles^ daar. 

San Pranalaco— Barometer, MAS; wind, a.W, 4 
milhs; dear. 

VK.> I K.I A 



of the formal drass for male dignl 
laries who attend Royal oourta is 
knee breeches made of fine ma- 
terials. Like the first of American 
Ambasudort to Royal Courts, Oen- 
er»l Utt*e* Is "a democrat lo the 
lait ■■ He therefore mundly owore 
fhat he would not attend court at- 
:ired In knee l>rteches; bat he did 
attend wealing ordinary pants, thus 
vinrtleaUng ths supple dignity ot 

NpuUtaan •^UlBoUooa" 
• • • 

As the fiiat woman Privy Ooun- 
dDor, It was the efflelal duty of Rt. 

Hon. Maniaret Bondfleld lf» attend 
a reception to be B'ven by Hl.s Rov.-»] 
Highness the Prince of Wale.-i No 

woman ever had attended such a 
reception, because no woman ever 
had been "awom of the tmperial 
Privy Oounell." No one except those 
Qualified by sex and pooltloo ever 
had attended such receptions unlc-w 
they ivore knfM' b^eerhe^ Thr diffi- 
culty wluch rnnfronlcd the first 
woman Privy Counrlllor mi^ht have 

been ovgreeoio, but ftt. Hon. Mar- 
garet refuead to attempt to over- 
come it Af other women have been 
known to say. this woman said **she 
bad nothing to wear* so she to.ssed 
her pretty head and said she would 

not go. ao there. 

■ • • 

In thw frer and '■a.-'y and jolly 
world, where :-o many unr^prrtfd 
and sometimes rather «ttirthni: 
thiiys are hapoening, is there really 
such a great guU between the tri- 
rung amount of clotbM women or- 
dinarily wear and knee breeches? 
We do not think eiHiT il.r E'nm r of 
Wales, who has uaveled entenalvely 
and seen much, or the other Privy 



fair 

wind. B W.. 4 

wind, S W . 8 



bait that can be produced for those 
high honors. 

I wish to apcieal to aU sport-loving 
Victorians and visitors to turn out 
in force to see the game on Monday. 
In the Royal AlhleUc Park, at 2 30 
p.ra.. between th** two nnted teams 
— the Mapw i ■ ^ of Vancouvar, 
and the OaHlu:;>i' '"f this city 

I can iwi*ure who mny attend 
that they will witness a splendid 
exhibition of our spectacular and 
fascinating Canadian Bummer game. 

The Bicycle dub is putting on a 
good programme of raoss beginning 
at 3 PJUh and between period* so 
there Sbealdbe no urr^ome wai'-ing. 

LKONARP TAIT 
President. iJirru^-if A ..■-■"■i»tion 
1743 Haultaln SUeel, Victoria, B.C.. 
Jimsa8, lB». • 

DAEXAS WATERFRONT 

Sir.— Perhaps vnu wiU pardon a 
vLsit^r who drops lo to vWt yOUT 
beauulul city if I write m a k i ng a 
suggesUoa, 

No place I have visited in the 
world presents the wonderful water- 
front Victoria posBewes looklnK 
arrow the stralU to the marvelous 
and ever-ehanelna Olv-mpics Prom 
ORden Point tn the old Clover 
Point rifle rancte the city owns »i\ 
undeveloped asset of over 10.000 
feet or rwarly two miles of frontage 
which any other place in the world 
would oovet. Tbe area of land and 
pmwibUltles warrant one In vtsualli- 
ins vast improvements at a mUil- 
mum of cxpeniW- 

A bHdle path alonit the front, 
ttie pUntinf of ii few ,^\lllable i ree.s. 
shrubs, gorw, etc . would cost but 
lltUe and the advantages to the 
city would be great- 

Victoria has the talent, as evi- 
denced by the unrivaled BuUhart 
Qardens and your many lovely pri- 
vate house and eardpn.^. Surely it 
i-i nnlv a matter of Initiauon and 
rneruv to Kci plaos Aadi and the 

work started, 

Tlie BesuuJU Hill city nursery Is 
full of tree* and shrubs, choking 
one another to death. The Fall 
season will soon be here— wtiy not 
make plans now? 

Past generations of city fathers 
evidently had the Rood taste and 
the vision to lay out (loodacre Lake, 
a small but delifihtful spot Why 
should li'ii 'he prt-senl eenerallon 



6:15 pJU. 



SIX Wili s hW 



TataJ Valac eg Balataa U tHAn— 
lATfeet Pvwhate A iO e u w Ie to 
* Nwwiy 146466 



Six estates, with « total vabie of 
466.687. ware probated during the 
week ending Jvw M. It was an- 
nounced at tbe Supreme Court 
Registry here yestenday. 

The probates and administrations 
Issued out of the Supreme Court of 
Bntlth Columbia included the foi- 
lowtns esLaies 

Horace Kdmonri^on flm.'^, Inte of 
Victoria, who died at Rookc on 
April 4. l'J2fl; e^UU-, $39,41.'J( 

Richard Perri^ Elliot' Rnhf-rt.' inf/- 
of Duncan, who dlf^ at Ounran on 
Marrh 17. 1930: estite. $ra.S00. 

OUver RlchardA, bite of Victoria, 
who died at Victoria on June i, 
1029; estate. |7J6e, 

Robert TbunllUm Jameson, late of 
Booke, who died at Victoria on 
February 30. 1930: cwtate. |6,000. 

WiUiam White, Hx-'kaichewan pro- 
bate rnseaied . Bntuh Ooiumbla es* 
Uite. $l,-lir 

LouUa .SaraJi Oladstone, KnglUh 
probate reMoled; BrtMib Oobunbla 



The motor ear. more than any other means of 
t ravel, hiu ; <'viiUiilonlzcd transportation methods. 
It Is the esceptlon. not the rule, to be a walker 
in these times, and the art of iH^destrmmsm ir. 
fast falling into disuse, except on Uic golf cour.se 
(W at other pastimes. Kvan children, accordliiK to 
one authority, only laara to walk, "long after they 
have become seasoned and sunburned motor 
pafl-vngefa." Walking in the old days was con- 
,!ldert^d the cheapest, most healthful and the 
irii'al ine(.ho(l of recreation, iti'l.itKcd in by rich 
and poor alike, by young anr! .tkl Tliere \s no 
doubt whatever that It had the effect of main- 
taining a sane mind In a healthy body more than 
any form of oimolas that has gone before or 
.•iincV The assumption used to toe that legs wece 
fitven fnr the purpose of pedestrtBBlm. 

No one srrms to have arriwd 41^ BSOr 0W46- 
lion as to what effect the decay of pedadMHMt 
H iHtTlnu on the human rare. No one cares. Xft- 
mranoe cnmpanles, by means ot elaborate sta- 
tistics, claim to have proved that the avenMie of 
hBBum life Is lengthening with tho pneeas of 
tho snbs. DQOtovB. or at least aomo of Hksm. du- 
agreo with this oonoluslon and claim. Indeed, 
that under the stroas and hnnr of modem life 
nnn and women ane mo. e rapidly Perhaps It Is 
iMCause ther*' avf more uH jwoplr -prematurely 
OU— that the jrnp'-^wori if vhIL-? that life's Span 
Is on thf upgrade. Wliat< v. r the pmress of that 
span U Is more of a "fitful fever' than it was In 
'h- ^ays whB horaanlty trusted more to iia 
.en. There are Wore narroos disorders; siore. 
mm M. r dii«eftses than tiMra used 6o be 
11 It is une Kiat the tvtfBfr diq^tatlon of Ufe I 
,M M«l M«6i6it ttt 1»B CMIIVtlOB I 



I took n day wan h fnr Ciod, 
And lound Him not But an I tr(w] 
By rocky ledse through woods untamed. 
.Ji)>.t where tme srarlei lilv flamed. 
1 saw H\!' lootprlni. in the «id. 



nien suddenly, all unaware. 
Par off la the deep shadows, where 
A solitary bctmlt thrush 
Bans Umnigh the holy twilight huih— 
I beard His volea upon the ab. 

And even ar. i m^rvfied how 
Ood gives us Heaven here arul now. 
In a *Ur of wind tJ\at hardly vu.wit 
Hw poplar leaves bccida the brook - 
Bis band was Ugbt MpoB my biow. 

Ai U*l wltJi evenli»g as I iunWd • ' 
Homeward, and thouebb what X had Isa goBd 
And All that tiiere was stlU to prabe^ 
I caught the glory of His robe 
Where the Isst tires of sunset bomtd. 

Back to the wmid wtih rjidckralag slgft 
I looked and longed (or any part 
Id making saving Beauty be ... 
Artd from that kindling ecstasy 
X knew Ood dwelt within my heart 

— from T-trer P'lenu" >-if Rllai Oarvu. 



HQOWB WAU. OP OgDCA 

-If tee Amsrleans think thiv eaa aaU na-everylhlBg 
and not buy •nythlng fram as. flsnaila enght la And 
a way eul et the dlftleuHy: she can buy fren elbw 
peoftte ^>*" the Amsrieaas. Among the artsolea that 
ihe unporti at tbe present Una t/am Hw aalgtiborme 
RepubUo then are any aaioail tBa6 she ewld buy 
In other rountrMa If we feao#Baw lo set about It, 
, we ought lo ouroeed In senglng walMR than ta tbe 
anrf United -Buie* our ortrt-n for rhmr hundred mlOMti 
' dollam weri\»ach rear A' - r..ire the United 

e CO* of her bosi clwnu 



'men of the world," would have been 
shocked if Ihe woaun in the ease 
had attended the Boyal reoeptloo 

wearing knee breeches. Bealdes, it 
maidenly modesty or matronly dec- 
orum aeeriied to demand ccrl-ain 
concesslona to convention, women 
are by natural courted permitted 
wide latitude, aiul toe breectaei 
might have been rniSle iqoonsplcu- 
QUA by flowing draperies. No 
nne we are sure, would have object- 
ed lo sqeh additlQBg to ths eourt 
dress. 

> • • 

Between ibem. the Ambasaador 
and the Imperial Privy OounctUor 
have oontributcd materially to the 
galsty of nations. We suppose the 
greater part ot the world has eo- 
kiyod a hearty laugh over the gen- 
eral and hb trousers. But there ii 
a aarieus ilde to the position ot the 
United State' .^niljfwvsador Cieneral 
Dawei \n n < r nsplc^inux reprcs^bnta- 
live of hi' rrr it i oui-.try. The Unit- 
ed Steles Is dry in principle if oome- 
wbat wet tn fact B^ore the ap- 
potntafeat of Oeneval Dawea to Ma 
ambassadorial )ob. the Amerlean 
Erniiii Av m London was wet Tlie 
new Amb«jw.ador has ordered that 
It must be drained dry HLs declared 
position is thst wherever the flag 
fUaa. tbat U prehitalUoo territoiy. 
• • • 

roaiequfrntly If the ciovernor of 
IVorih Carolina and the onvernor of 
Bouth Oafollna desbr to travel In 
foreign parts In ordar that ths ous- 
lomary hoapltalltlaa may bt es- 
clianged. they need loafe for bo agl- 
rriBl entertainment tn Oreat Brttabi. 
They will have to ifo to enntlnental 
parts of Europe tt they tmpe to thor- 
eughly enjoy themaelvpfi. and we ex- 
peet erowds o( American umrlsla wiQ 



Councillors, who presumably also are [ allow equal enersy, ambition and 

vision* 

The C P-R. la showing Its faith 
to tbe tourist poasibilitias of your 
etty to the extant of millions Ui 
expenditure. Therefore, tbe olty 
might consistently also show the 
name faith in the near future by 
spendUiB a few hundreds 

If a few citltcns would tt-f. I have 
done, lake an early mominti ramble 
all alona this area left m Nature 
made. U many good times would 
ooK^ to them wbtch. with a small 
amount of money and a dlnplay of 
good taste, would do .so much to en- 
banoe the beauties of victoria 

You will pardon a vuuior tor 
mftMrg tile miggeation. but evl- 
detltly the possibUiOeK have been 
almost entirely overlooked. 

J A CAMPBELL, 
Rmprtwi Hotel. Vletoria, B.C., June 
. 31). 1036. 

PICNIC Will BE 
HELDIfOflROW 

Army aad Navy Veterans Wttl HoM 
Kmt at O i H slseai tW 
ttrindnds wn A4la«t 



DOMINION l)\Y 

ARRANGLM£NTS 
AT POST OFnCE 

Dominion Day, July 1, being a 
sUtutory IxiUtUy, Postoffloa ar- 
rangementa wlU bO rcstrtated and 
WiU ba as foUows: 

"mere will be no deliveriea by 
latler earlier and the evening street 
letter boa eoOeetkms only will be 
made. 

The money order wMksCa will be 

closed all day 

The Kfneml drli/r-rv .iikI reslA- 
tration wickets will t>e open from 8 
a.m. to 10 a.m. only, and postage 
slamps will t>e sold during these 
boun. 

AU ntaOs doe to be dbgwlcbed wfll 
be made'bti as usoa). 



Jots From Mythology 



Members of the Army and Mavy 

Veteran* in Canada. Victoria i^nit 
No. U. their wivnt. awcethean.^ iod 
friends will mi»ke whoopee at tbe 
OoldRtrennt Flat" Plnlayaon Arm 
tomorrow, at the annual picnic of 
Ute auociation 

Busea will leave the Army and 
Pavy Veteraru* headquarters, &i3 
Port Street, at Intervals, between 16 
mng 16:66 o'eloek. and wUl «art for 
hosne mm the aoane at the pscnle 

HbOUt I n elnek 

A I'-nRthv ^pnriJi profframme. in- 
chKhng event* for everybody, from 
the smallest tot to Ihe v#t«ran« of 
many wars has been drawn up. 
wtitir ire cream snd nre.vnt* have 
bt-rn procurrd for ail ti»e yoime 
i 'w« Knd Stria Obilinn andir the 
•ite of twelve 9«an win bt gnasu of 
tbe 




JrriTTW. 'he Romiin myiho- 
luglcal itame for the kins of 
hsaven. whom the Greeks called 
Zeus, was revived in sndenl 
days as the greatest ot the gods. 
Havlnic by strength and rlever- 
nasB brought about the overthrew 
of hut father. Saturn, he divided 
Ihe world with his three bralhers, 
glring to Pluto the underworld, 
to Nepbm the sea. and feaerr* 
ing for tilmadf the sky. with su- 
preme s t werelgn l ty over godi and 
mm Greek artists represented 
the rreatesr of tbetr gods as a 
bmrded man of middle age, hand- 
>.rinie and m»)'-""- In iieannB and 
K' itthIIv brtiiKn.int- 



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telephone oftie was re- 
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rollers, and aievad to a 
■gw lecatioB on adioining 
property la order tkst a 
new talepbops ballding 
might b» erected on the 
^Id nttf. Not a siagl* 
telephone line wes Inter- 
feres with. 

IWa is ladlealive of the 

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By BEATRICE GRIMSHAW 

A Story of the South Seas 

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ON CANMORK 
BRIQUXTTBS 

lune, $13.2S per ton 

v $13 50 prr ion 
i^; $13.75 |»cr ton 



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regular price. $14.00 



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WALURWALKEI 

ttNt.LnL 

tttS DootlM tk 

The Ideal 
Houaehold 
Fuel 



MR. J. BAKER 
WAS ACTIVE IN 
MANY HEUIS 

Idmtified With Man) Bu6i 
ncsses During Association 
With Thw District— Had 
Many Friendi 

WAS ALDERMAN 
FOR THREE YEARS 



Had K*>ifled Wvrv fi*r 
Many ^ **ai> 



The body of Mr Jamei Baker wtii 
rcp-y-r M ihi- family rf.sid'ncp. 714 
niArovrry Street, until Tuesday 
momma, when It wtll be conveyed 
lo HAyward'R B.C. Puneral Chapel, 
wtm a*rvlc«a wUl be oonducted at 
3.U o'eteok, by Kn. A. daB. Owen. 
Intenne&i vlU be made la Ron Bay 
Cemetery. 

Bam In London. Ontario, in laM. 
he came to BrlUih Oa l um W a by way 
of New Toilt and Jamaica. rrossinR 
(toe lathntu of Panama, ihm i" 
San Francisco, and frooi the cioldcu 
(hiie \o Victoria on the old s* 
\' ivr. uktng wven day*, arriving 
Victona on March 17. 1861. Mr 
iinkf-r worlti^d on the old HudKJn'» 
Bay farm, on Ij^asdow-ne Road, op- 
poalLe th« Upland.-, CKtif Lintu. He 
ramalnad with hUt father tmUl he 
waa dtnteen yean otd. when be left 
to work on the old **Iiee'*mUk ranch, 
remalnlna there for a year. 

In ItTS he went Into the teamins 
boitnen for hlmi^. and when tbe 
Caaslar sokl rush eame he got the 
fever, and went mining, and after 




MK, R. M. WII^ON 
wb« AM M rriaar at ait 
Iwia. Mr, 



0*T«« 




MR. THOMSON 
ISKIWANIS 
CUiBOyESI 

Former Food Controller for 
Canada WiD Speak Tuev 

l.iv at Luncheon Meeting 
^Klimtuks Club Plans 



HOTARSLOFFiCERS 
TO RE INSTALLED 



WOL J. BAKER 

a nueamful year, Mr* Baker re- 
lumed to Victoria, and aeatn went 
into the teaminc bwtlness, having 
forty teami. 

IN BtmODVO TRADE 
In Ittl hi started In ttie tirlckj 
btulnewi and btiUdUi« trade, havtne { 
been a cootractor In the Parliament 
Bulktlnga with McOrcfor and 
Jeeves. 

Mr. Baker alao built the Bank of 
Montreal, comer of View and Oov- 
emment Htreets: WlUianu* Cloth- 
uiR aiorp. Yatei Street, and aeveral 
other bulldlngi In the downtown 
section. 

In 1890 hr farm(>d the Victoria Ice 
Company, which «tUl remalni in 
the Baker family 

Mr. Baker carnrrl •>:■. tir biick 
buslneu until IBIO. when he re- 
tired, resuming bimincAs asatn in 
ppbnian', 1020. which he carried on 
unui aboil*, iwn and eue-hsU years 
bffr.rc hi5 death 

The IflHi brteks he made were 
lisrd In his home on DUa>v«7 

M- HiiU'T wii< ;i iiirnilfT of the 
I - k HTiil ■ttiid'T (MiJipany of 
■.'■pAnment. Ttie only aur- 
' ruber la Mr. Joaeph 
'A'ns-^'i>"-,Aurth. Sr. Re itfved aa ao 
also. In Lhe city CouncU 
111 iB9i-;!-3, and was a «tauncta Con- 
«ervaUve all hla life. Be traveled all 
over Europe, the Baotam Statai and 
Camomla. takln« hla laai trtp to 
Honohilu a year and one-heU aca 
Mr. Baker buUt the flist maeartam 
road from HlllUde oat en the Bean- 
Ich Road, aim the present Cadboro 
Bay Road He built levrral of the 
roiid^ in Mfich'JsJn and Sookr. In- 



trLUB CALENDAR 

TUBSDAT--Kftranla Olub. Bmpreu 
Hotel balbran. lun^Mods. 13 lo 

p m 

TUESDAY KumtiikJ! Club, swlm- 
riiin.r cnnip nt f'r-,-»t4il Otirrlen, at 

7 [1 >n 

nn!H.SDAY~Rotary Club, finpreoa 
H 1^1 baUraom* annual banquet. 

'! pin. 

nfnil.sr)AV Kinsmen Club, Bn- 
[irt"..s Hot^ private dinlns-room. 
i.pi>er, 8:16 pm 

KKIXfAY— Uisdlans Club. Dooiuuon 
Hotel dlniar^Mtt* Iwwheon. IS:46 
pin. 

Mr. H. B. TTiomMn. prominent fl- 
nandar of Victoria, wbo was Food 
OontroUer for Oanada during the 
Qmt War. wUI speak to membera 
of the KlwanlB Club at their luneh- 
enn on Tuesday at 13 10 pm in the 
B^npres.s Hotel ballrooni on n .-iiib- 
ject of vital Interest in vi'-ionj anrt 
vicinity, A solotut will pmvidr the 
entertaJlimcnt for the cUibmen 

Members of ih" Kiwanl.^ Club are 
invited lo attend the big Kiwaxus 
mterclub saLherUig which Will be 
held at Mount Baker Park on Bat- 
urday and Bunday. July 6 and T. 
which la beint Rponscred by the New 
Wertmlnster Club Car^ wlU leave 
Belllnsbam next F^atiircuy about S 
p.m. ftor Mount Baker Park 

Victoria Klwantazu plan tx> attend 
In large numbers the dlntnrl Kl- 
wanls convention, which will be held 
at Salem. Ore., on Augujit 18. 19 
Rnd 20. 

There will be no nxeeiinir of the 
Kumtuks Club Um wek. but the 
jiwlmmlng group will gather at the 
CrysUI Oarden on Tuesday nlgbt at 
7 o'clock. The Kumtuks Olub wlU 
hold ito tint box plonle of the Rm- 
mer season on Monday. July S. at 
8:1S pjn., at the rssldenoe of Mrs. 
W A. WUUSt 8S8 Sunset Avenue. 

President' tSect Alfred Carmlchael 
And other 1938-19.10 otficenv of the 
Victoria Rolar-.- Club will be in- 
stalled 11. iht'ir respective poala at 
the annuBl banquet of the RfHary 
organlcatlon. which will h'-'A w^.t 
Thursday night at 7 oclock. m the 
B Bi pra w Hotel ballroom A itrottg 
ognunittce Is arrmngiog an attrmc- 
Uve proBramme of cabaret tuma. 
and daiKlng win be ooe of the ma- 
jor teatuiw. Then wlU be no lanoh- 
soa meetlnr on lHunday. 

Plarut for fhe rlub'i activities dur- 
ing the Summer monftv wtll be 
ron.Mder'-d ni the supper meeUns of 





rludma Hnppv Vdiley fioad, Uk- ! the K-lnxinan Club on Thursday eve- 



ing the L-(inirttcU, under the Govern- 
ment. 

He also workad on ihe fuit penl> 
i«nilary boUt iB Ifev Wtstmlnster. 

in 1S74 

TOC U tlEETlNG 

There wlU be no meeting of Toe 
H dining the week eommenelng 

I July 1 The next meeting of the 
' group wUl be on Wednesday, July 10. 
when the members will drive out to 
the Lttgoon. leaving from the city 
h&U at 5:30 In the afternoon. Pur- 
iher announcement wW be made 
Uter. 



Wc Rrot Scdant. Coupes, Ro«dsten 
and Tourings 

lUrt Drive Yoiratll 



CARS 
View Siratt 



Pboo. S776 



The regulsr mnn'hly rellowshlp 
i7Aihenng of ttoe Retf>rmed Splseapal 
uibie ChUB wfD take the form of 
a basket ptenlo at IIM Oarte Park 
on Monday at 3 pjn. nttte wSU 
be staglnc and sbort ad d i u s m . Ba- 
ttB««ra ai« tnvttad. 



I WO SCHOOLS 

MEET AT C RICKET 

An totormiavatafegr nateli was 
held on weOBisday Mmn Beftoo 
OoUcge and Mklvern nnoar Behttei. 
the players showinc graat sd- 
ihusla^in dunne the itHme. ending 

Id favoi i f Malrcrn Hnu'.*- 44 to S4 
The rollowtnc daf being the rlt»- 
inc ftf Ktim Bummer t#rm. the prefect, 
Kidd ma)or. on behalf of 'he hov^ 
presented the headmaster Mr 1 f 
Bmmer»on. with a walking itick 
Tbe bead m rsiam ttankad ttae 
boys very rnneb lor Ibolr 
KttV vRbttv UMBi an a 



lierease Your Weight 
5 Pounds 30 Days 
Or Money Baek 

Real phamiaf arts and sliiBMa 
e v e i y wh ere know tbat lioOo^ Ood 
Uver Sktraet TkMsia oontaia Just 
the proven e s mn tia l lavredlents that 
tncrease weight. creat« appetite, 
build up the power to resUt disease 
and put* good solid flesh on skinny 
men and wcrnien 

So now m^n snd wnttien who ke^ 
up with the time* are taking Mc- 
Coy's Cod Uver Extract Tablets- 
rich m health building, strength 
creating flesh prtiduosrs and as cai^r 
to take as oandy. 

So why not start todayT Why not 
AQ out tliose deep hollows in neck, 
chaaks and cheat? Why go on 
through life with minken rheekj; and 
narrow ohest when you ean take 
advantage of thlA strughl forward 
Oder 



ntni in the Empress Hotel private 
dining-room, egnimenittnc at SiU 

o'clock. 

There wlU be no meeilag oC the 
Oyro Otub this week, owtng lo t»- 
morrair, tbe iecmar meeting *Vi 
belm a noUdgy. 

Obituary 

SUEE— The funeral of tbe late 
Uwle Oboia Stwa wUl take plaoe 
rr^ Runra^ B.C- l^awrftl 
OQapel this aftemoea aTl 0*0101*. 

EMKRT— The funersl of the late 
Mrs. Emily Emery, who passed away 

ai. St Joseph's HosplUl last Friday 
mominK will take place on Tuesday 
afternoon ftl 2 o'clock from the 
Sgnds pimersl Chapel, nrv o L 
.lull will ofBelate. and the remains 
hr laid to icst In Rom Bay 

Cemetery 

WARI^The funeral of the late 
Charles ^are. resident of Victoria 
for the last tUrty years. wlU lake 
place on Tuesday morning at 11 
o'docfc from MeOaU Brother's fun- 
eiwl home. Rev Thoma.i Keirworth 
will conduct the servlrr- AftfT- which 

Interment will be made in ihe faaUly 
ai ROM Bay Cemetery. 

WALTERS— Th« funeral of ih* 
late WllUam WaHen. wbo pai^aed 
away In this city on Wednesday, 
was held en Saturday aftemoan 
from Mocall Bns.' tUnaral boeaa 
A large iiiiwher of mends ai 
the servles. amoag wAaa 
president T. Jonas, Oeorfs 
dominion vice^prsHdsnt; a. Row- 
lands, putt prestdent; P. U sum 
moos. H Csllow, T Dasmond, H b 




Aonudl Aid-Summer 

A Clearance o{ Coau. Dresses, Ensembles and Millinery 
that is truly EXTRAORDINARY! Every garment bi 
the entire assortment is desirable from the woman's 
standpoint; because the styles are authentic examples of 
the smartest vogue . . . the materials have been 
chosen witii extreme care , . , the values are 
amaaingJ 



Coats Half Price 



A Big, .^ssortcfl Croup of 
Stmarl Cnats. fv-irrt l\\il!s. 
charmcne. iricniiif. i «(■<•■ 
velvets. A style and color ior 
everv preference. Prices cut 

1117".;" $12.50 



Coats o( Smart, Smooth Tri 
cotine and poiret Twill. .Many 
with collars of mole and Rqiiir- 

rcl, Supcf4)lv latli -rrA. .iti't 

IT!!.:!!!:--.. $19.75 



Our Finest Goats at Great Rediietieis 



Tailored Coats o( Imported 

Tweeds. F.very i^rmcnt in 
this group i.s a perfect ex- 
ample of skilled workman- 
ship and smart style I'oat.- 
are sflk KncH ihr-.n ' . 11 
Sale 

Price .. 



$29.75 



EKclu«i\e Mofirh — only 
one of a kind — beautifully 
tailored nf tiuper- broadcloth 

and fine tricntinc. Trimmed 
with butter mole. «ib rr 
muslrrat. .\meric;in Ito.u] 
tail. etc. Vah" ^'^ ' - 

Sale Price ... $34.75 




Clearance of After- 
noon Gowns 

.75 



$19 



White Flaonel CoaU 

CoaU of White English 

Cricket Flannel. Some with 
narrow edginK> ''la. k i 
c'lntrast trimmn - 
Sale 

Price 



$22.50 



.Mlurin^Iy flainty frock*; nf 
primed ninon, jjeor^elte, print 
fii crepe, flat crrpc ;in*I -^iitin. 
i-^ach gown a carcluliy selected 
model for inclusion in this 
stock of the belter an*l smarter 
dresses. Regular prices arc 
reduced from one-third to one- 
half off. 



Trimmed Hats 
$3.95 and $7.95 

Summer Straw '« and I-Vlts and 
Pretty l.ittic -C rept- de Chine MaLi 
with frayly culorcd embroideries. 
Hats that you will find as comfort- 
able as they are smart lookingt and 
the values are irresistible t 



Afternoon Gowns aid 
Ensembles 

$25-00 

All new, smart. in<liu.hi,ii 
styles which in our fii.><play of 
the past couple of months have 
been regiriarly priced to $49.50. 
Georgettes and flat crepes, 
printed silks in a big range of 
the lovdiest colora 



Printed Cotton Voile and Organdie Frocks, $2.95 to $4.95 

A Feature Value in Inexpensive Summer Prpf^s. AH sixes. M to 44, arc included. New arrivalo — frcsH otrt of the 
shipping boxes — are included at these sale priceR. 



728 Yates 
Sueet 



SCURRAH'S, LTD. 



Phone 
3983 



MM peObHrers: D. MenUs and L. 
McLaiiehUn and Oomrsdea L. A. 
WlUtlew end W. r. Oodwte, fraea 
tHe Pro Pstna end B. (Bear and F. 
Chevally. of tbe Army end Nan 

V^t^rmnn 



PIONEER RESIDENT 



Mr. W. 1. CiSfla Bad 

far ffterM of Nearty BalT a 

rentarr 



WIlJ=tON The funrrml of thf lal*- 
Robert Mulrlooi Wilson, who paued 
Awmy in thl« city on Friday mom- 
inn *ill t^ke placf on Tur*d».y ot- 
lernoon from McCall Bros.' funeral 
hone, at I ;M o'clock. Rev. J. Bniee 
Onu wUl conduct tbe aervlee. after 
^Met IbterMBi wU be^nndB in 
Koyal Oak Banal Pai%. 

WKIB- The funeral flf tbe Me 

Mrs W Ir will tM> hfid rnSB 
Thomson Pimrrml Hmnc rm Mcn- 
tiay mnrrint at 11 orlork ReV- A. 
rt TTi'imson of tiw Ooqt* Prrj*y- 
tertao Church, win offlrlKte After 

the fianral the rrmftin-o will be for- 

«SraM to Kins*tan, Oct., fOf 

aorlaL 



Dartm. J Green and Ca • Money. 
Try thwn for M rtayn If vou mint 'of the Army and Nav^ /rterans. 

Arwl ; mti.'! >tn Ch»iiib*T» i»n«l Srcrvtary 
H P Thorpe, of ihe Pr» Patrla 
mnnfv ' Br«nch of tti 

Laat Pear ana 



\ci fain flv» ptiunds <w more 
h^ar thU tn ound, U they dnn t 
' •-.p yrm in ttaM ttSM f 
mill tK retuaaaa. Ihbteta SO 
cenu-aoonony aiae OlM. Atftlac- 
nrlane Drw Os^ Vancouver Dr^ 
C».. Ovt Drag Co, and d MgW| 



at the 

fiBiwad* br Bajl n r 9, Otow m- 
tement vas Made la ttw iMfer'i 
plot la Xflval Oak teW taA .ith 
fiSlMrfag ftMMk atf 



THOMPSON Th" daaib took 

I 'bt" mday rvrn>nc of Mrs. Georie 
n.i c^i^' nn nf 13M Lfmll atiast. 
Kr)M^r-<:ti; Mr< T buni pa a n naa 

bom in Ensland and aMMd to Vie- 
toru nineteen yean ago. abe laavaa 
to mourn bar leaa bar tauataaod. bar 
broUier Mr. T. B. BoMav. 9t Kent, 
t ftisland. a nd tby e dKM. tfta. P. 
t PtaMla. oC Blruiai 
la. BatfllMr and ma. B. Pwte. 
Wnndan. Boc. Tba 

Si the 'nuasan 
sad fsneral 



The death occurred Ian pwrund 
I at tbe ramlly realdence. 2UT Van- 
eouvtr Btteei, of Ur. WlUtaaa Joa- 
ieph ctaik. a piiair rasMntn of 

j Victoria 

Mr Clark had reatdM In Vlctmia 
for forty ypOTB and wa« a mem- 
her ot the I OOF and thr L«val 
Ofanee Aaaoclailon 
ma atfe peadieeaaed hun in 1033 
Hla itofi In-law. Itra. Holland, 
and a brt>thrr>ln-law. Mr. Alexander 
TAit. rraidf m thiB locality, aa do 
&lao a numbrr of nieoca and neph- 
ews 

Tfir rcmAim are rcaUns al thr 
MfCall Hrn* F'ln^raJ Home, and 
announcament of (be fuoaral vUl be 
laMk, 



!«« ha 



BBwrai* FLAiva 



Dr. L. rtmt»> «f tmttU, and Dr 
wuiuun ^aaneal> ef Vaaoouvar. 
are lo ttke dtv netnt Dr. laaaar a 
poatci'Mluatc oouraa cn tbe oon- 
strmnliBi e( laansw plataa. 

TMi tjrpe er MaAaa bae iba ad- 
vanlais sf suiwWilbai of 
and tba 

«ffl tuMmttlH lartbBi tta aid 





FOR SALE 

Protperait Frail tafti « a Smic Ctaami 

a aaia la nun HU Inlt hai 
I Mft and far aau rMft has kan aatrr* ' 
aarS «OTh •90Um is — i f tal mU m • 
■I mmt mam phii thiwwe twOmMir Xm bava a laiaMi a w rtaaWy - 
aiiMar OM mmm gmma tadramt. and tor aM'tar «iinn na* alaa haaiaMr " . 

• rnmp^wiMj* n« wvhartf U (a mwlVfit ronriltim and will nak* an inwaM 

• itval la mttr taaiptUM MTharaiM. Thvrf a/* IK3 >ppI« trva^ tochidlfM 
Kin^t. Or**Mi«i#ina. W»«Iihi#«. nr1A*r rWi*Tt. Wa«r^, IVIiciVM. Ihlrtr-n** 
p't' trm Ir.c'.oaint WT.nwvn Anfnu. thrt* BanlrtI WtnUr F(«IIil Baat«r. *f* 

paacKn maiurint (rtmi rnn of Juir >« 'v" if i>r tr<*>#r r'rvrr t - ■ 
rbvrrlML. Ivalv* rh*rrt*a. iru-tiHtin* R.>-«i hunt B H.'i " • 

■>Ut«4«m mMi**'Ma«M avUwa. «iu«a lulian vtmbm. *kr>*ii »lun.> r * 
rra»« vlaMi MaM aalft toiMBM dMMaaia aaS fliaivtft ar4 araaa raw 
•«Tiaa laaMM. ll naa i iif b ni — ww, •aamSimni «ia ot aS. lam 
aaaai Nt mm. «na Ma nana la lasHiM timn u • tairtr aaaa iiB-fMiri. 
b«wa. owv t aaa ma. wvaraM ■aahiM. t«arrav^ aMMha. niMvaMm aww" 
mscbtiM raa*. hana, «•«. an* aarrtraa WranaatMa. cr#«tiha«u«. ai« b«fr 
•*«T-rva*ina Mr*ua. fadi tt aaa trmil in t*t%. «v*r>tttin« ra.dr i« ■« Th>" 

• r* t« ■[) ivnlT u-r.k mwwiIt in nTfh.rtl k<ii on* Mr* i. • *t»ty ••••m> 

• r(J th* m^.'-i' • '% -mr -•«»t*iii'j .f-»ij.1#^ mn Vari^r.-iT^r l.i.nd ft" 

>( r'.'«1 Fv.iMM ftrM-'U't »r■■^ r-.' ■ «( markat* 

. TKila* ffw. V -tHTla T*a »fT» . f on«i t.. ( r.' . ,■ in r*Maln 
vi. roAVWaa* *• aAr«M aMa la o«tTii»r* tnai a. niatr>i>>n mm Maa* ii 

om ^mm%% MS ana ama tmm 
usMnS a aaa* tada WHS a 

E. S. Woodward 

EacMve Batata Agtot Campbell Bldg Phonea 1766-07 




rWE DAILY COL ONi S T; VI CTORIA. R C. sr\n \V. fl Vf- 



1 1 i '■- ) 



Kirkhai 



FnnJ MarLut lUiilding at Uplands 
rUUU iUdlhCl Haajdany N&vel beatures 



f >fTcrs rivcry ihiin: ^ ^'U Nrrd t'>i ^ our l .tJil'.- I'ir-h Mrit.s 
and Frefth Fish, Fruit and \ cgcio'blu. Cooked Meals an*! 
Proviakma. Plata and FaiMj Groceries, ^iacaita aad Confec- 



PUm ZTSUVftRY 



*ZX>W PRICES 



Sec us ftboat Jam Berries by the pound They will be plentiful 
thit oomnv week. Sugar if cheap. 



B. C. Sugar. 90 ba. fM^rlW tba- 



fe.25 



Perfect 9m1 Jan 

Pintjt. |»er doxen.. 
Qttart* per doieen 



Certo, pT '...I'lr .., ;12< 
91.25 I Perfect Seal Jar Ringt. 3 duz. 
$1.40 1 for 23^ 



H. O. KIRKHAM & CO., LIMITED 

'te'Xr'W^ Fort StrM/t^--^%l!,^^^ 

m-m Fr^U 5533. Piab Dept. 5521 



200 Pairs of Boys' 
Basketball Boots 



Cameron Lumber Companv Erects Model Home 
Where I a rest Ideas in Beauty. Convcniencp and 
Comlon Are Exemplified in Actual Practice 
Heat Insulacion and Air Purification" 



ROSE SHOW IS 
liliEAISyira 



With stronc casvM lop^ aaM 

and hfivy pnufnc **Rof«tei^ 



AN die*. 



niaforcril ryrlrti 



ri pair 



STEWART'S 



$1.00 

SHOE STORE 



'Ot'GI AS 



TRFET 



Superior Soiled Uneo Baskets 

Jiila4« for Uae~tc Last and to Look W«U. SmwI 

Corner or Square 

$7.50 



The Red 4* Cross Workshop 



MADE IN VICTORIA 

i \Hv* \ I ijAMNu i,< t>k( iba «aiil tiVB mr Mfvsto) M MBta 



aM4« IB tv 




Im uii '■fflM'T. to ymaDtP rn 
Ut rly nrw fumi of bOMW ruUAlruc - 

Uori. Lhr Cameron Lumber Oonpuv 
la buiiduv A bMOtlful toome in Um 
uplaDds^feebe plaaad on the BarM 

''WoMllulB. UN Uedel Lumtair 
Hone." cwnteln* el^i roone sad 
mfle«if«i llf^ l>y thirty-tour feel 
ovtnJL The rooms sre: A UtIoc- 
room. (Unlac-aean. iQKehea. bnek- 
fast-room. mv ba^OMM and two 
beUrnxm. 

Prom the first fUrapw It U cletr 
tb«t here U one home which i.i pc- 
tlrcly dlHerent fraoi orriinan 
run Unusual rcarwes anil new 
m.ilTiiiLs arr s^m ;ii rvtrs part and 
thp prwtpecUvc home builder has a 
golden opportuaUf to ate tn actual 
uae manj thlnff whleh hav* so tar 
been juat pletans tai build an' maga- 
ziBM Wna nam. with the roof 
barely on. It Is well worth whllr 
gcdng t^?rou|^ "Woodholm it i.^ 
beliiK built on a beauUful hmh piece 
of 'Tu Upper Tarracf Road, 

ft fear huudrrd >a.r(lji frnm ibe ter- 

mlntu of thr ' piin.'i ir line. 

TliP i?Tterlor walLs ar^ an frspcrin: 
feaUirf lAid on th*- ^ldlnK -.in- 
kK-allv-madr Royal rpdar ;0iUi(7lp^, 
whllf on top tJiftsr aRaln »rr 
W>M4Tn rrd f<^ar ■pmLr"* ahake». 
Itiesr shakes art' milled by ipeclal 
pnxeaa m order to gtve the appear- 
anoe at ntstic ipUt oeder. The reeaen 
for laytiif them on the plain ihlnglea 
U to give a butt of over an Inch, 
which produces what la teroaed e 
"shadow effect." besides flvlnc a 
much thicker and tlKhter waD. They 
are nailed by copper nails s^ne the 
butts. Thene shakes may bp appltrd I 
nn a new house or make pxcciipnt ; 
material for remodeling, and will 
aceepi any stntn or mey be left to 
the vestber. wtUeh letter mekae a 
cbennlng flwhihi They are manu- 
factured by the Coeat Cedar ShtaHe 
company and handled exfiluilr^ on 
Vanmuver Island Uie OeaNTOD 
Lumber Company. 

TTie butl* ni thP roof shmgtes art- 
rut In studied im'^i/idf.lv by a band- 
^aw before brmp util)'infll''cJ- Hipy 
■re then dipped in varioii* shades of < 
brown Shtnglren. and when nailed [ 
•"'n the roof firtve the effect of an] 
irtJitte tliatch covering 
INTERIOR 

In the averaffe houw, practically 1 



I Aiiicroi! 1 ,1 iluf.i ;- t ■ ilrip.ir r, Mxj.rr Us 
U> open ' WckUioUii to Uic pubU'- 

(or ten days or two weeks. During 
the course ol cooaleoction HeUon 
are «al«iae mad an at I ttiH g to 
f»throath the tioiHe mt eny One. 

Gitv& T>i9tPiQt 



Atrs»li(lr« UiMM- I>i»i H;*- pro- 
ceeds of Alexandra Rose Uay ye» 

terdiV eaaeia rtad »» »» tt.Mt 

VWt newel durietlee-Mr. K. F. 
Davy. PMeral Depertmot Wntts 
BDglneer. Victoria, was a passenger 

aboard the Pnnce C^harles going 
through to Port ("Irn.iiiUs 

Minister TakM K«^I^H.in J. 
HliirhlKTe Ui enterltiK uixin iwo 
»'rks iK'lldayR. He liiti t>een «uf- 
r. riMK < inu-.iderabJy of late from en 
ii.jurpd leg. It Is anticipated that 
Che siiort rest euf nllew of ttie Umb 

unpruving 



Rf t!rr Roses 
Attendance 
Year Distin 
Cryrtal 



and Bigger 
r h a II ^ Last 
k Event at 




iBTwtlgaiioa Dela y ed Tbe In- 

reatlgaUon which If t/< take plaw 
into matters connerted wiih ihr 
tinlvpr'-itv affftirs i» W-Um deUyed 

]ur .•. ■<\i\>\>- of mod'.hn over Ihr 

tutiuin-. .<<ufcsoQ. It Will be entered 
iipnn nbout DeHentNr. % n antiel- 
pated. 



CMy BaDdliw— value of eonatmc- 
tioQ undertaken in the eUiy during 
the tint six moo the of tfale year 

amoiinrA to (3.03,550 as eompeied 
with tei7,»25 for the Kame period of 
laxt year Permlta laaued et the etty 
hall duruur the amtb OC fnm to- 
taled HQ^. 



Saanleh Permlta— Many new 
homes were ereeled In Baantch dur- 
ing the first six months of this year. 
aeoonUnB to the building permlta 
Unied at the Municipal HaU during 
Chat (Moiod. Total value of coa- 
stnictlon andertafcen during that 
period amounted to aaa7,lSi. as com- 
pared with sir?.87a duiUg the aaoie 

I>priod [ f last year 

tlueca Uccted— Mf- John Morr:- 

son. formerly oC Vletorlm and now 
o( the Idorrteon-eteverd Motom. 
Nanauno Nash repreaentaUres, haa 
received word that thch- eandldate. 
Mlm Agnm Otarkaon, of port Al- 
oemi, has been elected queen for 



3y 



''Brent a Lodge 

aaAc-rtmxv sm-ATso BitE?rrwooD bay 

Bnatrtar soMBiasseaUaa. csmlevt. mwtDMi and wntmtawaL K»»ll«ni 
BUMnc iMoclMa. lau. dlnBsri. nihlnv. boaUni. balbint. tRtmli. IfaMs. 

rliOa* KiKttaB TM IIAHOI^JI AANDAU. 



of Purl 



Albernl are puttkit en tO- 
Dominion I>ay. 



Cornwcirs 

POT? 

Good Food 



Righ-Olaea Batovy Pvedaets 



DININO AND LVNCK 

ROOMS 

Courteoua Service Alwaye 

Nothing But the Beat Satisfies 
Us in Serrrog Veil 

In the 

NBW CASTZ.S BUtLOINO 
Port and Broad Sts. Phone 1727 



lrm» VAT EX XT. 



Choice Homes 
Building Sites 

Reservoir Hill 





Pacific 

Milk 

Opens 

Fresh 



It npen« frrsh, and this is 
tdr *(iurcc its fine flavor. 
I rrohneu 4nd flavor are one 
in milk iind Pacific Ifilk's 
herds, plant , and marliet tre 
touether. So the time be- 
tween r.Mllfing and u^ing 
ihiHi (1 reaclic- yiir i^Inc 
I. lit 1*1 ' t I'l''- 1 ■ I nl 

PACIFIC MILK 

Faetary at Abbehrferd. B.C. 

-nnn n n r 



Inquest Tuesday — An lnque!tt wtU 
be held Into the death of Mn. Clara 
Thompson, aged ftttgr-three, of 1334 
Lyafl Street, on Tueeday morning at 
10 o'clock In the Tbompaoo PunenU 
Parlors The body t>f Mra. Thomp- 
son was found In the water ofl Saxo 
Point ypjiterdav momlnR by J- 
WhlttJe. wl.ii immediately reported 
his discovery to Chief of Bmulnialt 
PoUce John 



On Way Bome — Hrm N. 8 
Lougheed left Sngland for home 
yesterday. This information was 
contained In a cablegram received 

hy the Prime Mlnbeter, Hon S P. 
Tolmli' Tbe MlnLster of I»ubllc 
WDrk.^ I.1 expected Lo rearh OttJiwa 
about July 9. and %t. far a.i kno^ 
will proceed directly to Vieumii He 
Is crossing the AUanttr bv the 
C.PR. liner Empresa ol Scotland. 



ruoart a failitm 



BONNBAPOUB. lAmu Jtme 30.- 
"Mte MtauMepaOs.* pUoled by Thor- 

wnld "niunder " Johnwm and Owen 
Hauehland. failed today in the at- 
tempt to hreak the wrtrld's endur- 
ance flight record after 150 hourr 
contlnuouA flyine "Itic record 
\T} \\iyi\Ts ^2 mtniitea 1 aeoond. Mo- 

Uir rrntible f'irrM the UtUB 
monoplane to land. 



one-UUrcl of the generated heat | thr relebraUon vhlcb the residents 
inst, but here we find Biil.'iom-Wrw^I 
inAutation. Bureau of Standards' 
tests show tbii helf-tneh lining to 
be equal to nlnety-flre layers of 
building paper, eight tnebae of Mok 
or aevonteen inofaei of stueeo or 
plaeter In nonlMat-oonducUng quaU- 
tlea. The, hooae Uned with this 
InRulatlon promises to be warm In 
Winirr and cool tn Summer lis 
itpplii-alion is ver>- easy and il will 
be laid arnund the living -v'n-n\ 
kixhen. and over th*> while r\p«ii'-'> 
ol the ceOttif forji-.'-'ii t>v Uie atno 
Qoor. As ft Is ktiM' an excelirnt 

sound deedener. the wnUe ef the 
bathroom are to be Uned with 

BalMSl-WOOt. 

"Hie Uvtnt-room Is really the show 
room «f the house, with e eeUhig 
running up Into the second floor, 
1 1 ppnrt ''d h y hand -hewo cedar 

brani:, ahi-h have been charred a 
dark brown Tlie actual celling Is 
made ot Rus-tex, milled with the 
-lamc fffTi at ihr citmnr shakes. 
■ITie lower piinrlwiir Onim- 
Arf. wi;,;i iral ^j»r. : r<.->.;\ pic- 

tur-'r. 11 "rT^.-.rr.; , VBUS. 

Hi:ATIN(i \M) tm>l lN'i 

The hmifte wilj br heat^fj u\ ^ 
tubular hot air furnace, expres.slv 
df'.'iiRncd for th^ luatallautm o( auto- 
matic heattiig This 6ystem ha.-t a 
Uptoue faeture In an atUched "air- 
waener." The drrulatlng atr la 
dmwn through a aertee ef bronae 
geuse aemna by a mnlUple-blade 
fan- Severn) Jets of water are play- 
ing on (he screens and the air Is 
thuA wsKhed and humldtfled before 
N-iii:: warmed atid Impelled through 
the hnijac In the Hunimer months 
the Kame fyfuipmrnt is iiwd for cool- 
inp the air and the temperature of 
the houie may t>e lowered a full 
twenty degrees In warm weather. 

The fireplace In the Uvlnit-room 
Is of the HeatUator type, with a 
etraUetion of air all around the fire, 
vhlch supplies many tlmea the heat 
afforded by iM ordinary nreplaoe. 
Tbe laire ehlnuiey la a beenttful 
piece of work, being made frora the 
first tapestry brick to be made tn 



Till! annual Welsh picnic win be 

held 11* Mount rvnisiaji on Mondny. 

ChUdrfn arf a5kr<l to meet at the 
City HaU at 1 ocU»k. The adulta 
BIT to mcrt St MataoHUBlaae Depot 

1* ' x^T-rrr^ pf 



■Premier 

Tbbnle win vlaU the Mainland early 
this week. PoUowtng the delivery 
of an addrent st the Saanli^h Con- 
.••enatlve plmlc tomorrow he will 
If^Bvr lo be pre?:*'!!' ii' 'h<* ceremony 
to be held .it Ui"" rvs, t- Arrh on the 
boundary \\r\p hetwwi. Cana/ln and 
the United Rui'.ea. nriu RKun. Ur 
Tolmle will deliver an address at the 
ce remooy there on Tuead^. 

nre Sltaatlao— Weather condi- 
tions ihrouRhout the province have 
been fsvorable to the avoidance of 
forest fires during the week, saya 
the department The weather has 
been cold and showery In leneral. 
There were some electrical Jrtorms 
In the Boulhem Interior but then^ 
were followed by ample rainfall. 
The flrea to date have been Ml. 
compared with 343 last year, and 
tt>e year previously. 



I IndoctiMi JnJy 11 -Rev. OeorgeC 
I P. Prtngle will arrive bfT» on Julv 
1 11. and will be mdurted the same 
ev^nln? lnt/» ri.r (w\.>itorBte of Cen- 
,,. . _ . J J . ... 'tennial IJnited church by the Prea- 

rf'^vSilS'^.SS^ci^i'nv'*"*'!'*'^'' 

^ Tl!Sr^,^lJi 7 'service wtD be tn eharte of Rer. W 

The electrical wort, wbieh is now ^ aetlnir moderafnr of the 



well imder way, Is being done by the 
Murphy Electric OoBopeny, and wUl 
tnciudr a baawte Twr>laalie re- 1 

frlgeralor. 

The plane for Qkli booia were eup- 
pUed to the loeal oonuany tlmH«h 
the West Ooaat LumMrmen'a As- 
Bodetton and are freni e eet drawn 
by Oftrdner J Owtna, of Boaitlr 
The property was purrhaoad Ihr B llgl i 
Christy. Hall A- Co 

Mr. Don Camertm ha.^ eharse of 
" I "rorlr and "■ 1 1 ^ n rw n • • - i- 



pi e ab yteiy. a!»i't/^i ir, Rev h. a 
Ireland and Rrv s t < j^ibrrtUh. 
Mr. I*rlnB!e. whose name l^ fnmiliar 
thmuRhout Canada, ha-s fnr .weral 
years been one the sLaff of the 
Marin* Misslon of toe Umted 



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ANNOUNCEMENT 



We hBTB now reopened out BlectricAl Store for busmesa at the 
nme adilrcBs, 615 Fort Street, after extensive BltenttoM. 

We invite your inspection of the splendid display of the very latest 
and moit np-t<»-datc electrkal Itxtures in Vtetoria. 



II. D. MAINWARING & CO. 



CPOaUERI.Y FOX A MAIWWARtNG* 



61S Pcict StfMt 



6oni 



Term- End Recital — The term-end 
recital nf the BC Dramatic Schwil 
on Friday and Ftaturrlay nishts was 
com pooled of pii'Mire^qu*" colorful 
■cenes In ro^umr interspersed with 
rortd romedy and ending with a one- 
acrt play ay butro ine ntwuo waa 
Tbe etudenta taklnc pert 
Mtorlel O. Thompaon. BOean 
MacPherson. Roy Ooldftnch. Idele 
Wllaon. Harold Kbhs-Canavan, Mar- 
garet Whyte Harlook, 
Unien Toye '< Peggie 
Ottver. AmoJd i ■ rti : i jv."- ; ' -f sr"! 
OOldamlth. Victoria Bh< >n 
Uieni e MacKay and ' '..n 
Brtneto fma the proey.)'i ' .' wiii 
be ftven at Bait spring i.\iand our- 
Ing AngusL 



Mfi. //. R. Ht A^ f:V 
SHOU S Ht:ST HOSE 

with betUT roM-.s iiiccurdinic VO the 
Judgea, and a higger attendance than 
laet year, the sixth anmiel rose 
of tiM Oak Bay Boae Sotfety 
day at the Oryetel Oerden vea 
Rreater success from every stand- 
[Mjint ihan ever before, 'ITie exquisite 
guulr.v iind reuiikrhitble tidrlpty ut 
IiUxtfii.s Justified t tip vn'ifi V ■> claini 
th«t ViMorm 1-' Lhe I'Hy of I>eautlful 
roses " 

I-Vrn^ally tuiened liy Muyur Hfrtjert 
Anscomb, tlie show was vlsiLed fcF 
five t>r hundrrd (keople. many 
afternoon vtaltors rrtiiming In the 
evening and being present at the 

dlstrtbutloo of the cups end other 
trophies tqr Mra. K O. Raywerd. Wtfe 

of the Reeve ttf Oak Bay. At this 
ttme al«' '.hp president of the ao- 
' n'tv iv w i- Wiilki>i prewnt*^ 

Mrs Ari:K:onib and Mr* war-l 
Among the \i.sitorN «er-> [Tf n.ifr .»i .1 
Mrs Ttilmle and Uic iMlraarsDes. 
Lady Barnard. Mia. R. P. :BQMiert 
and Mtr. H. R. Beeven. 

In hiA official addrsaa openbic the 
(ihow. Mayor Anacosnb e iprmm l 
great pleeaure that Oak Bey had 
taken the lead tt had la re«eek ef 
roee-grw wh ig. and Omt Oey were 
now holding their show tn the eUr 
of Victoria Tt was grmttfytag to see 
the gro«-th the society had made 
during It* short existence. 4he feci 
beliv e great credit the otBeen 
and member.'* The mayor very 
Itflefly touched on the history of 
the rose Ever since Hanry VH bed 
imiled the white roae of Tort and 
the red rose of Lancaster tbe rose 
bad been the badge ot &igland. 

Mr. H. R. Beeven woo' the Oak 
Bay munlctpallty's *i»t«^«**f sflrer 
trophy tor the ohampkm roee of the 
show Tlie bloom wMch won the 
prtse waa a flawless specimen of the 
Mra. Barraclough variety, rxhibited 
In the trophy cup. 

The BArraclougb was successful In 
-ninp uUher cJa.'Jes Dr. Walker WOB 
K.f .fiallrnKf *niiJhy for the beat 
t»!'k.)ni ri.)ii: ;i m.iiden plant with xt\m 
ro6e. and two others among the six 

exhlblta In thia *tr""* Banm- 
ckmghs. 

There was keen oompetttian in 
the decorated table oleea. The win- 
ner of the hr^t prize, Mrs. Harrtng- ' 
ton, used Oid Oold" roses In silver ; 
vases, and Mr^ Jnmp^iwi winner of 
the second. UJ^ed a ■,;i^i.M\ i^Rl^r rn(w 
Mrs Harrlnirton fti5,o took 'Ji** r:r-' 
prize In Clftv. t"-M tm^k--' ' 

reaes, a r harming arrangemeni •<l 
■nowy Prau Karl Druachkau blooms 
Un. Walker took the aeoend prise 
in thli elan with a beakat of band- 1 
some Mn, Heney Bevlea, artMlBally 
arranged. 

The trade displays were vem fine 
TTie liSyrlty. narr1''nK exhibition wa.' 
magnlOceni. over l'.'<^ vft^^t^p^ 

of in6e.t from l.heir -^'/wrk of ovpr 30(1 
Am.onK the newer and most admirer*, 
of ihPlr exhlblU were Shot Silk 
Mn O. A Van Roaaan, the xnowy 
, white Everest, Mrs. Barraclough 
(brooght out In ItSB). tbe beKht- 
colored Zbifari. whloh t w rpm iia te i 
the lioodon erietot dub'i eolora; 
Dainty Ben and Norman Lambert 
The Oaklands Nurserfes had another 
K'imrMve display of rases, .iini 
irLien of finest purplea and mauves 
vfTf ar'utUL-ailv dispiaftd by the 
palmer NupierleR- 

Mr J P\fP .Smith JudRed 'h*- 
Tonrr, and Mr.i P>-fe Smith and Mrs. 
Palmer judged the tabloi. the haofceta 
ami the bowU. 

|i^iUowU« » the priaa llBt: 

Classes open to miwyieen: 

I. RepreaenUtlva group Of iwoa. 
exhibited In vaaaa on Maelag — 1. 
LayrtU on. prtae. 115; T. OUaett. 
prtae. 16. 

3. Basket of rases, not leaa than 
eighteen blooms— No entries. 

Clashes open 'o amateurs: 

3 Exhibiij' 1: r^v'- twelve bloooui. 

distinct vanetiPA I, Dr. Walker. 

Oak Bav Rose Borjetv THaVByt *■ 

Mr W F Satabury. $b. 

4. Bxhlbltlon rosea, alx blooma. 
dUUnct varteUee— 1. Mr. W. P. aala- 
bury. Budaon's Bay Oui>; 1. Mr. 
Hugo Beeven. ahean. 

s. Exhibition roe«^ aU blooaak one 
variety— 1. Dr. Walker. BeeTCn Otip: 

2. Mr J. fi. OUl. shean 

tt Rxhlbltkm roM» three blooms, 
one variety— 1. Dr. w»iiif- i? V) 

3. Mlralama," $1J0. 

7 Oarden or decora i.ivr - ...p* 
twelve bloocn*. dlaUnr;, 
1. Mr Hugo R'^vt'n. 110. ::. m,- ' 
C. Tunnard t^ 

8- Oarden or deccwative roaes, \ax 
blooms. dlsUnci varleUea— l, Mr. C. 
J Prtor. MoCoU Oup: 3, Mr. Ber- 
naid CoUey, ISJU. 

t. Bin Mooate. DOWB rmm, plaead 
m rommeree ikMe IM — 1. Or. 
Walker .Ipeclal vaae; t. Oen. Dm- 

bar .»J'.'Mr% 

10 Hf.'t ^p)p^t^on buft/inhole roafB. 
<K t)lr*.>ms. distinct varletiea — l 
'Mlralotna.' OWBB OV; t. Dr. 
Walker. 12. 

II. BMBl-MMe raiaa, Uuae 



each containing a dLiuni". tunriy 
1. Mrs David Bold. |&. X Oen Dun- 
bar. •a.M. 

12. one eaae Mia reaaa, Mwil i t 
i-tems. one er jaage eariaMaa — Bo 

eatries. 

II. One 
stene-Bo 

lA One we alaeia noM. Buee 
pr owee wirtetks — i, 
«: X IBr. OIB. «!. 

16. Bowl of cut rnaes. grown by 
eihibllor— I. Ma Jackson. Virtue 
Oup; 8» Oon. Dunbar, 63. 

Id. Baekee oC roaas, not Bos than 
Twelve Ktema—l. Mie. BafltBftou 
two va&«; 3. Mrs. Walker, IS; S. Mr 
W A- Nloholaon. SL 

17. Ttiree whtle or erean reaes. 
one or more varlefbn 1. Oen. Dun- 
bar, tl; 3. Mr. J. atmpeon. «l. 

Ig Three yeUow raaKOM W mOCe 

varteue^ 1 {.TeiL SoBfear* P: t 
Maple mn. 61- 

19. Three pink r oee a , one or more 
vartette5— 1. Oen. Dunbar, 13; 2. Mr 

NlrhoL-rfin. 61. 

2Q niree red roees—l. Miss Coul- 
ter ri. 2. Mn. Slmpeott. 61- 

21 Three roftes of any other color 
rlian »pet irit*tt ir. 17 18 IB and TO 
1, Mr Jameson, 13. 3, Maple Inn, tl 

t3. Decorated dining tobt«—l. Mrs. 
Harrlngtcei, Walker Oup, 2. Mra. 
JameaoiLSA 

23, Bert MiWBii sTovn fyom nuddeo 
plant (Ghalkofe Ttepfay awarded 
for annual competition tn this class, 
with iibier* of encouraging amateur 
roee Kr .wi r.-, to raise their own 
pUniA by boddtnc). Ret pnae 
otiiv r>r. walker, viBnv e( Brter' 

Trnphv 

L'4 S[»-. ut-.x Often only to 
growers of lewrr than twenty-five 
plante; alx roses, any variety - i. 
Ux, Oeorge Neavea, 63: 2. mlss p. 
OouBw. $1. 

BL Champion roae of show, 
pranler Mean tnm any exhibit in 
etnaleur elaaa, aaleeted by judge. 
Mr. Hugo Beaven took thla prloB. the 
ChaUenge Trophy (for yearly oom- 
petition), pnuenied by the ^^nr*! 
of Oak Bay Municipality tOr ttO 
best bloom In fhe show 

Gs^remor ReCamJitj; lion. R. 
Randolph Bnaoe, Ur M. nh;.t -oover- 
nv «( Britlah Co>iur.,L.tt, Ktto tws 
been on a trip to the AtUn and Tale- 
ffimph Oreefc districts with Mr. H. P. 
Rergln, MJ> J>. tor AtUn. B expected 
to return to the ettj from the north 
on the steamer Princes Adflalde 
or! Wpdneaday aflerniy-ii: • the 
Prince Kupert News Hu Hoi:,^' ex- 
pects to vlalt Anyox .Mirr Ann ;^l*-w- 
art and the Queen Ctiarlotte Islands 
before returning to Victoria. The 
Oranlv Oompany^ power vmbI 
Oranby wUl take the Xiautenant- 
Oovemor from here to ABoe Ann, 
Anyox and Stewart. 



A n nou nremetUB 

For July I plun a pleasant picnic 
with the vpt*Ta:ij, by ( iruy Lin*- 
.itage OoldRlrfam siiid back, 11. 
members r>fK-. i hildn-n under twelve, 
free Apply secretao. 512 Port 
Hfreet^ for aeoommodatkin. Big 
; . ize list Hot water free. Lots of 
'■ for all ' 

Oretraljsla In Uir ^lA^ds ot a 
rompet^iit op*T8t' It 1- perfectly 

;if<' And ilb^o^ul4:Iy prnnauent In 
■In* irratnipnt oT facial dLsnKure- 
inei I'v. sui'h molpn birthmarks, 
p'.r R«roniRipnded hy th*- medical 
ptr;lPs.tMn Miss Httjim^n. 603 6ay- 
wsrd Building. 



Mivt riHrrithn has reopened ta« 

drr-'-<niakini: •■Ktiibitshment (after f 

years rctiri'iiuMi* i at temporary 
preml-tes 112-113 .'^lobar; HuUdiiiji 
Old clients and new heartily wel- 
comed. All kinds CC 
lakr^ meanwhile. 



Vaeatlen Time— Special big offer 

at Ihr (■iifnpb*'i: Studio Orasp the 
rjppiTiuiiily mm, while Ihe klddlofl 
are hoiii*' Four t>eautifuUy finished 
Elchrrafl Photoh. In folders, for 
6350. Four poalUons to choose from. 
Suite lOU onr l»-Onl acora. Pbone 

B380. 



Toor Wedding requires the best 

In printing tor your announcements, 
invitations, etc. u- il i ow you 
tamples of our work at reasonable 
prices, "nie Colonist Job Printing 
OepartmeoU Phone 197. 

Idand Ban. PaikoMe-^ (Be 
beech. Ideel lor week-end haUday 
or longer. Pine eanda. Bxodlent 
mcaB. Penona] m e n a miwn it. Joan 
Footer 

Tbe BolMar Windshield nuip cm 
be obtained at the well knoBTi sta- 
tionery atone. (Thla la Oaaada'a 
mend.-) A beanttful and 

Is deeoratlnn 



ABChBraffC Tm Gartlen %, Bnrn 
wood Pay Light lunches, tea* 
Dances every Saturday 9 to 13, 60c. 
Launehes, outboarde and " 
hire. Phone 3aMO. 



Tbe Bfwiherhood Ladga of the 

TliP'wiphlPal Sftrlptv reading IWMB 
r.:l llhrarv op<*nlryi daily. 2 to 
4 0 333 PembertOD Building. 

DrBBBMi. frecka. WMemkha. made 
by esperienoed dremmater et the 

Fairfield Drygeode. BB Oook BtreeL 

Phone 8Z1 

Camp Tnp« »«r IVtyi «tar! .Julv 3 
under responsible leadership Par- 
ticulars phone ani. Malvern House 
aehooL 



fee wear: they de m4 Uar 
the 61 AO and 61 26 Heavy 8Uk Stock- 
hita. fluaraoieed not to ladder, itm 
Beetalva. 



Rsmyv mm K«oke — Th"* prtRM 
offered by the Sonke Dnin'-' Avo- 
nation to the pupils of the public 
. !. ■ojii of the district for the bejti 
easays on the early and latrr history 
of the district werr jiiihn!i!t<i<i to 
Mr. John Hoate, provuiri.-ij ttbranan 
Mr. Uoatm haa awarded th- 
to the toOowtng pupUs: Tn 
Om amlee dlvBte. Ont prtea, 
Dontfay OovrinlL eged foarteen 
yean: samnd ptiae, May winiam. 
Bgad fifteen yean, both of the Boofea 
Bchaol (teachw. MSas U 
>; m the hmlor divtston. 
flr« prtr^ Mslmlm Lorbner, sgad 
• vr -^zf >' 'h^ Norlh Kfwjkt 
i^n.^^l ■'^itr'^'T 1. n MaJthz-wm, 

tBreive >rara. ol Ihe booke Buponor 



Cuticura Heals 
Terrible Itching 
Rur ning RflfBia 

"1 waa VeabM wkh iibms far 
a Bwnaar of yOHB. h sasead wkh a 

wrriaia Mehtag and tmrninc "Tt iBg 
laoa and then lof w«irt t Ucmb. 
which aealKl avd 'u-rmt< i.iiy onJ 
M hrMate It, bm » w«» •!>*■ it,!* r»llW 
1 got. It sat m ad lo baihmi n>« vam 

Ma%biand biptme kem olsMtag- 
LetwItbnht a«l a^ ana aod 
dtoftgnrad Amb. 

" fsam for • e«e wiBpiti ef CmU- 
mr» Soap and O ' " t m p n t •nd jtH 

non BBd akH uaing ooa ate arf 

care Olaimeat t «ne keeled." 
jsigeed ) Ma. A. t.*«eni ttmk 




■ana** < 
WW" r««tnn SW«i«» 



lone bandied 
|6UA 

tun SboOh aiS 



at aiBBB^^nS: 



MmdI Ctoaglaa Part now opto. 
t^«• cream, light iii-M-het aaa teea. 

Arrange ^ ir fBBMk at 

Mfvunt Dougla.4 Park, 

■Bieeli Mf^" Brcntveogftiry. 

Beautiful eeenery, deUcbtfm 
lunrhes. teas. (Unnen. superior ae- 

commodallnn Phnn*- KeaUna 7M. 

Mdney Baiel a»4 Caia now serv- 
inC mad 
Tt 



QtmW Mtlk. lO' pint dellvwM 
MetMfds* Ooat luiry Pben* BmL 
o<mu for eala 



Aute iMndry. 

rhnn* 49e 



Alrw <»rW>nt«J Hit fipf^ g\mf- 
»nt^^l wrMk ' i»^r,;nt ami ai; re 
patrx, mobersi* .-Iwrgwi Ptujom »1B 




Make Her Happy With a 

Heintzman 

For the greeleat occaaioa nf a lifetime there ia but oec piano to tx- 
coaaidered . . . one that the prelera above alt o U i an a 

HEINT/.MAN. 

It will he » plea^urp for 0% to »how you the nun^ beautiful new 
designs tn upri|;hl and graml pianoa by HEINT/M AN— and to 
tell you about our bodget payment plan wbkh makea it ee caiy lor 
yuu to own ooe. 

1110 Dottflaa Blragft 



G.F.Cooper 

PLUMBER 

1SC» BaniMll Af«. rh-nr ri7* 

■tow WncS uid SitarsUMi* 




Your Money Back U Not 
SetleBed 

BETTER Ssits for 
LESS Mosey 



$27.50 
$32.50 
$35.00 
Charlie Hope 

1434 Oavemment St Phnna 2dn 



At either of theac 
pricea you will 
save at leaat $tO, 
and all suitings 
are nerw. Perfect 
fit- I«!rfpct work- 
niHn'ihfp. 



A Hotpoint 
Three -Heat 

RadiantGrill 

■ 

Boils, broils, fricf. t..,T '•. 
any two operations at samv 
time Connecta to any lamp 

socket. Controlled by tfera*- 
hcat snap itch 

Prucc! at $12.25 

Hawkins & Hiywird 

■teetncki uuaiiti and e*msa Blsr* 

nai Dougisa Street, Cor. View 
Phone 643 



WEAK MEN 

Tak« nor HrrbBi Rm*«Im 
Tafcr 0«r B»rbal tUm^im* 

Owniiiii r I'amiihlrt, m\m on* on 
Irtw r^f M»rihr.i>fi ni»or>1rr» r ' 

Urn •tm Il'«5»lrr on II. > of Wftn-' 
In I'L^iii Pn', F-lnpfi. fi*r bj m»/ 

op*n J t.. • %na IMS •»«r/ wptk 
d«» rirrpi Wrd. bbO Bat. «h»ri 
cioM"! «ii dar. neaegiM br sian 
•ur apaclaltr. 

rtNiBMMraarr. Ua 

VaMMvfr. B V 




wil fca d DrtUitat mccsf, 

WMarU Si^l^i;Me*eA 

KjIndoKope of venit hesuti^ 
lhkio^,RidM^5aeM»er Skjie^ 





imtAWBBBBT TEA WELD 



A moot moeamftd atrawttcrry tea 
a»d tela vaa held en Tburaday at 
tbe booM af Mra. A. A. OetteraD, 
lOli Undeo Avenue, ■pu na uiad by 

tbe Indies' Club >^f the New Thought 
t^emple, under the convnnerkhlp of 
Mra C. E StrattoD Phirtng Ibe 
afternoon tea was served on the 
lawn and Tarlous gamea wen en- 
joyed A fine musiral proirramme 
wax rontnliuled In thr PY^ntnr 
the mal^ mrmbem of thr Temple 
JOMMd the !adleR at a ^arrlrrla <iip- 
pv. Mr Klrle^, on behalf of the 
guesU. thanked Mr and Mrs. Cat- 
terell for the uae of their home and 
graoBda. Aa a nonlt of the deys' 
f MOfBiaa Ibe ftnii of Bm duotb 
bar UN aan ef •M.IO. 



PAINTER&SONS 

blTClMnOtSNV ST. P^O^f\X^ 



USB 



Soverei|[ii 

THS KING OV TOILET 
PAFSRB 

SANlTAXy BBd 
SOUIBUB 

IWId 

Victnrie Vaaeeuwm 



CAMAOIAM BATIOar AL 
BAUWATB 



^t>nnfei1<rat*^**r- laavaa Vi 
10:10 OA. deOy for Kealeepa. Jas- 
per, Wmonton. Saskatoon. Rsglna 
Mandoo. Winnipeg «od Toronto 
making eloae eonne<-tiom for all On- 
larls and Southern points 

"r'oni rn^nfal IJmlted" leaven Van-' 
roM^rr 9 pm dally for Kamlonpa. 
Jaaper K/lrTinntnn .'^lUatrtrm, Win- 
nlpea. M'-nlreal, making 

rlnae ror.n^i iiriiti for Mantimc and 
Unltad States polnte. This tram 
carrtoa tbroegto elandard Beeper to 
Cbieese via XBdHlB a«0 



A im e Uen g and Tsraoa 



Kohler 

r^IMflM** SM vail to le 

Cletrac 

la to Ma Mb dnetos m 

Crossley 
Machinery 



■ (■fi. M i.*r-- (h 





am . rta Prtooe Rupert 

caTi r,f» • •■ W 
urriat ■ p m. 

Xori aaflblga la 
iDUc Uganda 



BrowD, F rater A 




THE DAILY COLOyjST. VICTORIA, B.C. SUXDAY; JUXE^^J^ 



Women's Work and Institutes 



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in 1*1/1' 
r V I o f> in <• n 1 



I) V r V I i> I 

Scheme Lrged 



ijCiKnoti. June 2fi ' 

ri>-ordin»trri Finplr*- 



pvU of thm Bnplra and hAvUic % 
penMnmt otswolmUon and par- 
soniwi In «^ ImporUnt countrr 

Fundi for the project* wmiid ba 
suppUad undrr hu achemr. b^ f^Lh^r 
' an Ktnptrr dpv^lripmrnt lund nf 
h'-nic for (-(mMdcrttbl^ nift*rnltud* nr fci>f<riaJ 
lofiiiirti' n! lrMI\.'^ ic^uir»nt«ad by Um board and 




Women's 
Clubs and 
Societies 



Mn. r. WymU and Mn. ColdweU 
«at«rtakned at a aUver tc» Friday 
af ttrnoett *t ttaa bMM of Um tocDwr, 
am Ftel B*sr TM wa» 

MTVcd by Mn. OoMvtil. Mn. New- 
bury. Mlai Blaan OhlitoU and MIh 
Katbclera Down. The prosrammc 
Includad piano aotoci by Mn. Bell; 
voral so!o», by >41sl3 Grace Hardy 
and fl^lfR;^■^ by Mlsa May Prlrc The 
tj.'.tnnf'il liirichpon cloth wa.s won 
\>\ ML,-v( Mr,l!y fiinith, holder ot 
tlckft Nil 88 Tilt proccfdn Will go 
u>WHrd ttic Cunnda Day fund to 
entertain deltvaEe' to Uw Intama- 
tional Typofnphlcal Union ccmvw- 
tkm, vho wlU be lueata of Vlctcrta 
Typographmm Dnkn No. 9U on 
BaptmbflT 1. 

IT., t'alria WA. 

Hit Women's Auxiliary to the Pro 
F»tria Canadian Legion entertalnad 
a strawberry aodal In tlw elub- 
rooma on lliiiraday evening. Mrs. 
lYtgf had daowa t ed the room* with 
Summer (Towers uri/i tho variou* 
•tails were cooducttii bv ihr [uiiow- 
Ing: Home rookln»;, Mn-. Moult; 
candy. MUu Abbott, "touch-and- 
take," Mrs Chambers: strawberrleM 
mid (Tram, Mn. Comall. The preit:- 
df II t Mrs. Drury. welcomed the 

■ • • 

ll^rvrt nofffK Outpter 

A lal mpftitiK Ifir Valen 

tine Uarvey-BcmumoDt. Boggs Chap- 
Mr, IJOJDM.. Will be held on 
Tuiaday at Stae o'clock at bead- 
qpttrtsn to make anmniBroaita for 

botte o( Mn. Baftagr, VoQl Itaa. 



on July ST. 
queitad to bo 



m ra- 



iMj P — Cbeftir 

Tlw aaoottitr OaooXng ol the liady 
Donclaa OhapMh ZjOD^ wlU be 
held at municipal headquartafi. 40i 
OnJoB Buiidintr. on Thundar a» tM 
l>m. MmnhrrTs are pactteolariy 

ii.sk.rd to attend, as arrangmaBM 

WlU be made at Umt maotbv 
HanChir Day. August M. 

« ■ • 

nienAjr Help Mert 

The monLhJy meftinx nf the 
ftlandly II«lp A.*jwx:ia^nn Will be 

held on Tuesday monung at 10:30 
In the raoBu <mieuin). Madwt 
Building. Comionuit Btraat. 

• ■ • 
Girl Gnldr Offlc« 

The Girl oiiMe^' AuociaUon offlce 
wUl be open in the afternoon Inttaad 
ol the morning from July a to Ally 
13, from 3 tui 4:30 o'clock: 



Smart Wedding Is Held at 
Christ Church Cathedral 



coMSNQ'Or.Aam 9jam 

Mr. and Mn. Pred OUvcr. 1740 
OoranaUon Avenue, enlertal&ed ISO 
guesto at a party at the Foresters' 
Hall on Thorgday evening to cele- 
bralf! the romfni; of age ol their 
eldi'Ll : on Ernest A delightful con- 
cvtx preceded I Me dance, the follow- 
InK taltlug part lA the programme 
Vema Holt pianoforte lolo; prjwder- 
puXf dantre. (dances Mi^rrif leld ; 
Mr Prank Merryfleld and hi* duugh- 
ter. violet; Mr. Cobbett. Mlw May 
LiBWlB, Mr, J. OOonoor. Mrs. Doug- 
las CkMse. Mr. Alex Oaigvr. Mr. 
Farmer. Mlsa CeeUla Lewis. Mr. E. 
Salisbury. Mr. W. Simpson and Mr 
Wallace. Supper waa served In the 
hall, the table belnit centred wtth a 
blrthdav raltf Tlir tfuent ot honor 
received many handwunr fift'-, 
which were presents by iittif Cii- 



bert Oliver and Prances Merryfield . 

The aooompantett fov the evening with, graceful and very simple lines. 



Ohrtst Church Oathadral w»s 

fUled with a faahlonable gathenng 

yaateiday altcmoon, when at haU- 

past two 0'elock. Marlon BhMbeth. 

only daugbtor Of the late Mr. Blg- 
gersuff Wilson and Mn. WUson. 

Roi-klanrl AvciV!.- hr -.niu- fhf bride 
of M : .n. 1.- (■ ■ ; 'A .1 I ..ui: p/uiin, 

only .."n o.' Hi,-. liMii-^r Lanip- 
man and Mr-. !.,.:r, j.nirtn of '■Hill- 
side,' HiJlunds KiK-hl Hpv C d«*V 
SchofiPld, Bishop of Columbia, of- 
ficiated. The cathedral was mo&! 
baautUuUy decorated with a pro- 
foilan of Bummor Oowm la shades 
of Wat and whtto, «ttb a toucH of 
ptak. On the altar were pink 
peonies: tnll ba-iketa of poanle-i and 
foxKluvfs flanked elCbar aide of thi- 
;.)l;ir it-'P^, while In front of tin' 

. ii' ir :<iii wi rv palms. The chanc-i 
.•,(1 Pi-n WHS baiiked with pink and 
whlf rrixKlovf.-., (i(-lp!imnim.-. Ca:' 
terbury tx-lb and -syruiga. and dur- 
ing the ceremony the bride and 
groom stood beneath an arch ot 
syrlnga and pale blue dal ph tnlii m s. 
The centre aisles w«f« l a ee i v ad lor 
guMts and were marked by pale 
blue delphlnlumH, gypsophlla and 
campanula lied with tulle. The 
charniinn decoration* had been ar- 
nuiged »»■ ^'i - Allt-e Cotton and 
friends of ' < ' . i'- 

Tlll ItUlUK 
The bride nuul.- i beautiful pir- 
lure as she eritrrM Mir calliedral 
wtth her elder brothor Mr W H 
WUson, by whom she was Riven in 
niarrtSBe- Her wedding k"*" 
heavy Ivory satin was Issliioned 



Qoalnton and ABrad Loogliy. 



iktrt bmc tb twr aaUes. A aatin 




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blankets immune from moths 
for twelve mnnth? anrl is a 
particularly attractive serv- 
ice since no additional charge 
whatever is made. 



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brif^ht and inviting, the soft 
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above all, they become im- 
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train fell from her shaoMMl. tnd 
her veU, ot exqulsUo Bruiaela laoo. 
was arranfod tn a JuUot cap, irith 
real oranva blossoms at either ikSo 
and across the nape of her neck. 
Her shower bouquet wa.** of crimson 
roses and i'l the \A\\f\ 

The Ml-v.* -. Hrh n and Niirals Wil- 
son rou."iln.* of i\if bridf wiTf the 
two all^■nda^u^ and wjt- < n.iniiLnn 
In IriM k-s of (lelph)niif' ■ r In- . Inf 
Ion wlih lonn sleeves ihc lull skirii 
made nitii thv uneven b emlhm 
hanging long at the back. Their 
hats were droophi« sMMMt oC na- 
tural Tuscan straw, trimmed wtth 
velwt ribbon and a soft bow of Ibe 
same driphlnlom blue. They ear- 
ned bheaves of dephlnlum In vary- 
ing- shades of blue. 

Mr Wilson was bos: nmn, 

iinl ih( ii-ihfr& were Mr Ba-Hil 
H -1 ii' JMn ol the groom. Dr Ar- 
h \ • I) Mr. Ooofg? PauUn tuxJ 
Mr viiic.-nt McTCwma. Mr. Harold 
Davla was at the onan and played 
the wedding music, and while the 
nglsta- was betng signed playod 
Salnt-Saens' "Benodlctloa NupUale." 

RSCCmON FOLLOWS 
A largely attended reoeptun fol- 
lowed the wedding service, the 
lovely garden of the bride's home 
msking a most plotUTceqiie eettlnt- 
The bride and groom stood In Uie 
druwiug-room to receive their 
guestA. and roRe-s, foTglovea and 
delphiniums were artistically ar- 
ran*red throuehout tlie hall and re- 
ception rooms Mrs Wilson, mother 
of thp bride, wore a becoming gown 
of black georgette and lace, re- 
Umd with touches of yellow. Her 
bat waa^UMfcJtxa*. ^nuoBOMd 
with a diamante pin. Mrs. Lamp- 
, mother of the groom, was 
smart in a go«-n of ecru lace and 
black picture bat 
Tlie fiv^-rier weddinu rake sur- 
moMif Iiv rocMTfi. was pla'-'-d nt 
the Wt',-,' iii.l .'f ihi' paved garden, 
and Ra.'. ru' ir •\\r bride, while 
refreshmenL-, worp .served on the 
lawns surroundiog the terrace and 
house. 

The bride and groom left later In 
the afternoon for the Mainland, 
and will spend their honBynioon 
tBotarlnR through the Interior Por 
traveling, the bride wore a ver>' 
smart enacmbit* of royal bhic fig. 
ured crepe de Chine ihe ooal of 
wool crepe Her hal or thp ■•ame 
shade, was a gypsy model, and wu 
trimmed with a bflght teathor 
ornament. 

on their retom, Mr and Mrs. 
Lampmao wUl make their home In 
Victoria, where thoy both haw a 
host di friends. 



ST. ANN'S GIRLS 
OIVtpRDS 

Reverend Mother Provin- 
ctal Presents Diplomas 

an<! I It)iiors \o ConinuM- 
cial Department Students 

CRADVATES MAKE 

ADiEvx TO saaooL 



The Reverend Mother MrlnofaU 

of 81- Ann's ofnrlatert at the pre- 
sentation on f:^".ay evcnlun of the 
diploma.! and hntiori awarded to 
iludt-ni-i 11.' IHk-Ii lichool com- 

mercial driXArtuieiK ol St. Ann's 
Academy. 

The salutatory was very feelindb 
given by MJas ports SchramU. a 
student of the advanced or secre- 
tarial cUm. An addre?t^ of farewell 
was read by Miss M Purkinson. 
wishing the retu-ing Provincial Su- 
perior much future success snd 
thanking her for her kindly mt^r- 
es* in the cla.W-i 

MiAS Dor La Marshall made the 
preaentatlon of a handsome leather 
caae. Initialed, and presented to IX\- 
Reverend Mother by the graduates 
as a parUng souvenir. 

The valedictory. t\vrn in two 
parts, was aoly carried iiirouiih by 
Misses Snape and Jont-s. und the 
spirited deUvery ot an a|»stroplie. 
m poetic form, lor the Aiuiiinae oi 
tbe department, by Jtaiss Mitrttaret 
Joaephs, was an attracUve uumoer. 

Many aongratulatlona were ea^ 



LliUdrt n and 

0 rami parents 
Aid Cathedral 

*'ComoB. KSL 1. 
Ttmr Mto: Wft bramht in 
•oaaa woodh five omta each, 
and I laid the tabta. Ave ceriL^ 
Betty hung out clothes on th- 

Ane. five reiiti I mi. 
Betty Ls ihic - 

"Love from Helty and Vr. tAi. 
Lloyd ■ 

Thw letter, in Vivian 5 large 
handwriting, and two ten-ceot 
rtamps. were received in yes- 
lorday^ mail, addressed to 
"Hie Treasurer, Cathedral 
TODd, VtotoMa." 

MacHbm letter, rmtt a 
grandtether. stated 

"TbtB Is my wife's blrtrKlay, 
and an a thanksgiving for her 
ii*vent.y-fir^,i binhday. I am 
tifndiiiK MX dollar.'^ t^i be [Kit In 
ihp (.•hUcIrt.Mi s ( oilier fund for 
our grandchiidi eu. Four live 
near Vlotorla, B.O., and two 
In Victoria, Australia. 

OontHbuUoiH received this 
week from Sunday schools 
came from : HiUlers < girls' 
class), 12. l^dysmtth iboys' 
class), tl: St- Paul I.. Rsqtu- 
maJt. $10. St Peler A, Quaml- 
chan »10. ChrL'.t Church 
C«t.1(-driil 

Tiie objecUve of the -Child- 
ren's Comer ' fund ts tb.OQO. 
and the total received to date. 
$4.S44.3a 



by Sir Iti^btT' Iladliel.l, .iiaiimau the Kinpiro. 
ot a KiganUc coiu-em in Sheffield 
and one of the greatest metallurgUls 
i In Britain, wrltlag In The Implre 
Rrrtew. RIa echoaa piwrtdaa for 
Ibe ovaatloo oC an Imperial davol- 



OOoer: -8«y. dldttt jmi &m mm 
stop Ughtr* 

OoU^ Bof : "mart, tanl t dMnft 
MO yao." 




ft-Piece Dioiog-Room Suite for 

$143 

( )ne of Ihc best values \vc liavc ev er ofTfred. Seats »rc 
covered in a rich jacquard vclour in rose shade, whole wt 
in genuine walnut, conslstini! of Table, Buffet. Five 
Diners and Arm Chair. 

Two Suites Only at This Price 

Home Furniture Co. 

•WILT ON QUAUTY— QROWINO ON SfiKVlCV* 

FRED W. BARTHOLOMEW, Prop. 
825 Fort Street Phoa«*jll9 



lad lie tm UM ma M and 



a*-araed by the Underwood Tjpe- 
writer company. Toronto - Mlsa 
Uorls bcbromU. MUs wmntfred 
Snape end Miss Stephanie Jones. 
Oold medals for M per cent aoeu- 



PBONB am 



COLUMBIA SCHOOL 
OF MUSIC GIVES 
SPLENDID RECITAL 

m the tenth and last recital of 
the seaaoD at the Columbia School 
Of Music, a very delightful pro- 
gramme was rendered on Friday 
evening before a large audience. 

ItiOK taking part in vocal solos 
were Miss Dorothy Rartree. con- 
tralto gold medalL'!t ot the Musical 
peMhn' ang 'O Mcn PVom 

-hr I ■ iiu-he.'o. wiih excellent 

Judinru ri Ora Jealous, who 

ret-f-ived honoruble mention In the 
recent eumlnalions oT the Rival 
Academy; Miss Edna Luney. MUs 
Eileen Foster. Miss Doris Rawlin.s 
and Mr. R. M. Humphries, who has 
a baritone voice of excellent promise 
Piano .<olm were played by Miss 
Doris RawUns. Hoy Olbbs. Deamood 
Burdon-Murphy ' vmata psthetlqac. 
Beethoven t . little Jean Mayhew. 
ML«ss laurn Lee. k.A.D in ■ Ronrin"" 
iBeethoveni. Miss Oertnidf .=^irau:ht 
as an ' a > number plavnd Flurr- 
Bheln> Flf\Btion' and 'b> "Irri- 
promtu ■ Ijv Sibeliii>. Mi.vi Hilda 
Harding and Brian Bi* don-Murphv. 
who played an 's> and >bt number. 
"Adagto. Op. 2T* (Beethoven), and 
nralse Romantlque" «aewrac>: 
Miss B. Orsham and Oeorge Tklt 
gave some delightful vloUn solos, 
alao taking parr in a violin trio 
with Brian Burdon-Murphy. whose 
brother. De^mnnd. gave able -iupport 
at the piano 




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our e5t*hlishnienl. A* soon a-^ 
one enters he rrccivrs an impres- 
sion of cordial, dignified wel- 
come; he fecla •! home and at 
ease. 

Our service ts designed to meet 
the reqovemeiits of ALU we 
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l^ltmjAnRA 5T . VICTORIA 

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Jordan River News 

Mr and Mrs. Jack have as their 
guest the former's mother, Mrs 

.Jack of rnlon Bay 

■ • • 

Mr and Mr.^ SpSTi nf nunran, 
and Mri- Stewar' Mil''r<-M A'-re 
the guests nf Mr and Mrs McLean 
(or a few dsyn 
I • • • 

I Mr. and Mrs^ Kingerr and family 
oieved into Jordan River rceenHy, 
• ' * 

Mr and Mrs WUllam Ranis, of 
New York, who are on an extended 
, tour of the United States alkd Weol- 
em Cansria. were \iRltlng Mr. gJnd 
Mrs. Bftirer durtni the week 

ritlNfK AT wiivmpEo 

WIN.MPE:'i, June 30. — Prince 
HMiry. Duke of Olouoaslcr. third 
eon of Their Majnatlea. King Oeorge 
and Queen Mary. paM a vtalt to 
Winnipeg en route home from Japan 
today. He w»« weteivned by reprv- 
KentaUvee of the Crown, the prov- 
InPf. the city and the military, and 
left St 10 30 a m 



banner record made for t^e year In 
tugh averages tor slenographlc a-ork 
and boDkke«plng, as weil as the dis- 
tinction of winning ten gold mtdaLs 
under the new und very diiflculi 
high standard of the present Under- 
wood Company'-i fxuminalions. 

At tlje cuiii lii o; ihe pro- 
programme, iht* Ueverend Mother 
addressed the graduates, urging all 
to tako their Ufe work seriously, 
and to culUvate and maintain an 
attitude ot devoledness towards 
thdr future work, and to look ^ip 
ward as well as onward ru. ^ : 
were urged in their v.L,rk i.t keep 
wtlhm reasonable i ecrt-ation-Al ind 
iMXlal acUVltie.H. .•.o a," lo maintain 
a high sUndard ol physical Illness. 

A charming numoer nal listed on 
the programme waa the preseni*- 
uon of gUu 10 the teachers of the 
department by the girls. 

A social hall-hour was spent in 
round-uble fashion, tea being 
served by the members of Class 1929 

Awards were made a.i follows. 

CcrtlOcalefi lor .shoritanrt and 
Typewriting— Mii^rs oertnide May 
Cochran. Shirley B, Maynard. Ste- 
phanie Jor,(M). Wuinilred M. Snape, 
Doris L Marshall. Helen Parkinson. 
Doris SchramU. Irene Frances 
Bantly, PhllUpa Bobbins, Margaret 
Josephs. 

Certiflcatea fnr typewrltinE oint-,- ! 
routine course iuid rllmg .s>M' rr, 
Misses Rosemary Johnson, Ue:en 
Cochran, Kathlsen Bwayoe, Audrey 
L«nn. 

I*remtum for hiRhe.'it avtrajte in 
Anal examinauon.i; premium for 
highest class average, class "B"— 
Miss Margaret Joeephs. 

Prize for beat shorthand tnui- 
scrlpt, In special lasre-Mlas Wtonl- 
fred Snape, 

special prize for .^peUlnK compe- 
tition amongst the high school and 
rommercial high .ichool claasesr- 
Mertled equally bv Mfv H"len 
Cochran and MIas PhllUpa Robblns 

Specml prize for improvement in 
penmanship— Miss Dorts Marshau. 

Special premium for penmanship 
—Miss Gwendolyn cos. 

Special distinction for advanced 
work In bookkeeping a monogram 
^hieirj 's; Ann'i Academy i —Mb* 
Mary Campbell Viclorl*. BC 

Diploma for 'p'-ria; .itirl aflvBr.fe,-: 
course In bo(Jtke«ping Mi-i« Mr.r-, 
Maclvor Campbell. 

Otptomas for secretarial course In 
bookkeeping — Owendolyn L. Cos, 
DorUi E Marshall. Wlnnifred N. 
.'^-nape Slephnnle Prejicott Jones, 
'^irrtnirtc Mnv Corhran. Helen I*. 
ParkiriMJii Irene Prances Banlly ; 
-penal tn"ise for bookkeeping, 
merited by Misses O. Cox and S. 
Jones et|tud1y 

TITEWBITTNG PREJ«n:MS 
Special gold medals for loO per 
cent accuracy and tpted record. 



awdad.^thK 



Underwood Typewriter Company, 
Torcnl&-Ml.'iS€s D. Schrasdi. W. 
Snap*'. Irene Bantly, H. Parkinson, 
C Plki- 'CliUllWBck, B.C L. 
Swajtz. Shirley Maynard, flte- 
phanic Jonf.-- 

Presentation nl Ararlem^ 'nono- 
gram pins was n \fif h', v.,i- acad- 
emy to honor ^ i ud cji ls— M rs L 
Maas-Shore and Miss Kdlth Raff. 

Presentation of the silver cup 
maintained and awarded by the 
members of the Commercial Course 
Alumnae wa5 deferred until the 
T'-Mii -^ >t the last test papers for 
I hi" 100 per cent accuracy lest are 
recfi'.ed from the Toronto otDoe ol 
the Underwood Compsny. 

FIRST i;nited guild 



A Strawberry festival, which was 
sponsored by the Woman's OuUd of 
the First United Church e.nd held 
In the rhurrh hall on Friday even- 
InK pro.ed t.i be (in enjoyable event, 
everi* number on the programme in 
dudtnjt the address of Chatni in 
Mr Strange, being greatly appm i 
ated by the audience. The rn> 
gramme was as followa: Mandolin 
duet, the Misses Lee, accompanied 
by ICr. Jack Smith at the piano; 
vocal solo, Mr. Maldwyn Bumphriee; 
vocal solo. Mrs. Bowden: short ad- 
dress. Rev. M. Bruce: piano solo. 
Mr. Soott: vocal solo, Miss Marjorie 
Wat*on; trio. Mrs. W H Wilson. 
Mr Fyfe snd Mr. Beverly Fyfe. 



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July Clearance Sale^ 

Of Dresses, Millinery 

Children's Frocks 

At Great Kcthictions , 
IC^r Off -Ml I\pf;"I'ir Mrrchandisc Ihirinp I^alr 



Household Goods Carefully Moved 

Before you move i' i» » ijucition of price — afterwards you wt»h it had 
been ■ qumtion of scrvi. r We put Mtvicc hrst St a reasonable pnca, 
Oui vans tuv . closed iloors, saparats compartmeats loi l turn «nd 
aie hcavUy padded, and ws use indlnduai covcis to protsct 
say possible cbaocs of ecratcbee or iwbMag In 



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atrr"*» latufsrlion and enmforl. 




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They say that good cooks like to 
be left aloM, boi. from the lo^ of 
ihinga. we wooM leiigtns thai 
mother shouM lead a BMMI pfaWg 
soon. Or-wbat^ 



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Dresses, Suits and Coats 

T* Be CkuM It tiMt RMlNliMn 



4 Only, EntemUe Suite; 

sizes 16 to 40. Regular 
prices to S49.50 for 

$19.50 

Suits in Tweed; all sizes. 
Regular prices to for 

$17.50 



10 Silk 



only, at 



24 Silk DreMea, in all 

shades; sizes lo to 42. Reg- 
ular prices to !^^S for 

$15.00 



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Social and Personal 



Per$onals^ Parties 
Visitors 



Bcub Pmrty MMd 

Mmm Var WUMMni uid Martoo 
Bell ntertatnrd at * b««ch party 

on PTlday cvfnlliff at 8hnal Buy 
miinii and namPi bfilig enjo^'-d b> 
thr t:u'-''U^ who inrliJdwI Mr uiirt 
Mrs W (, WUlianiJi, Muht-ji Mat 
jon<! BeU. tiadie lliurburn. Ken'' 

PaUnar. Illiw amltti. Vbelma wu- 



JiAnis, Katherlnt* Prewthy and Aud- 
fi Ilanu'C aiirl M-'.-M' I^wIa Wli- 
ii»tiL- mil lMlii,.-( h-T.-.i BoUoii 
P 1 diik f■'Illrrlu^^I 1 ii.uRki,-. Kuiwwllf, 
l^<ii»rd I>'irri'-kl ii',\>t,\ Williiin.s. 



Successful Music Pupils 




Among tl\e out-of-town k\!«kus ^' 

tlW Lampnian-WlLs^rii we<ldlii(: 
ti^rday wir.- Mi ujirl Mrs h"\(r 
rffnJth. of v ;n '"ii-.i-r Mr auid Mr> 
Of)»yti .S! V.I 'A riii.;,i;i Ljtkf Maj'T ajid 
Mrs Hunt-.ji '■-.i^jU' Hiti Mrs CUr- 
( ti<v I'liu. A;.!,iT(>lt, Mi-s iiiirlev 
Mia Ja-'k Hiti vr,i ; i- i.h>- ^Iv-m-' 
Wlliju *iiU ['Lliy l^ixum, Uur Mi-jse^ 
Tatluw. Ml^ isobel RtUMll. all of 
Vuuxmver. Mrs. U X. MA, ho6 

• ■ • 

\t Ur^i h Hotel 

I 111- 'lifUdWiiui have re^i^U'Tf] a! 
(hf Mrji- h H'-'-*"! Mr ^rul Mir E B 

-.1.1. Mr. h' 
Mn. K M Ha.x'.<T Mrs .J P ('(«>h' 
,in>l !Aintl: St-aUii-, Mr iliti MI■^ A 
(• MrMukwi. PorUond Mi-s M li 
Kiru; Mr njid Mfk, H L^vif* and 
son, Vancouvtr; Mr, and Mrs. C- W 
R- Stu-Ri^nt SeaUJe; BCra. C. P. 8*r- 
gtnt- M'ontTT&l. 

• • • 
Toronto VUitAr 

Mrs HtMiii Hamilton, of the dfr- 
partment of Borial srmcf Toronto 
UnlwiTlty ha.s ix^n '.h<- nti^t of 
Mrs A C Hiitton Lsjuptrfm Strp<*t. 
t -r tlir [Must wrPk Mtas Hamilton 
attended tLs Toronto delegaL^ the 
ri-i>'n(. Y W C A conference at Banff 
jjiet wiU ^Knd Uic next two moottai 
in BrtUsh OolumMft. 

• • ■ 

Motors to thr Rooth 

Mrs SUiiii-y Pcrtf-r of 976 Bfadl- 
Mjn Rtrret, Irft la^it eveninc for 
Vancouver whrrr 5he will Join a 
party ol friends oii a motor trip to 
OalUomia. While in san Ptani isco, 
Mr*. Porter will be the fueiit oI Mr. 




*9 w mt t m o rti i 

^WO succeshfu] pupils of ihr Colomkla School of Music, who woi^ 
^ diitinction in the recent ex^minationi of the Associated Board of 
the Royal Academy and Royal Cnii«^K<^ of Music were Jean Mayhew. 
eight-year-old dauchter of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Mayhew. 2551 Beach 
Orivc, who won "dwttnctwQ** in the elementary grade piano^tend Brian 
Burdon-Mnriiliy, aged fourteen, who won "dieancdea" in the intcr- 
madiBia giadt violin, and advancedjpade pteao, raceMng 146 anrka in 

the tattsr dtvidoHt 



and Mn. V. & OOleiple. hitar vtalt- 
ing frianda in BurttniMat and Loe 
AagalM. 



Specials for the Holidays 

Betty Burke 

Chocolate Shop 

600 Port StFMt (Cor. Oownuneiit) 



PHILCO 

( he 1920-30 Models will be here 
shortly. Wait an^l see the new 

Philco Screen Grid Set 

-the sensation of the Chicago Radio 
Show. 

Radio-lectric, Ltd. 

619 VIEW STREET 

At the Sipt df dm Neon Ra<i<n Tuhc 

Home Studio: PHONES: Office, 3111 

920 Heywood Avt. Studio, 9112 



Annoomw Ki 

Mr and Mm. J. Barrett aM3 
( ftiqiiii.;^ AM-oue. aonouni'' iii'* cii- 
ertmement of their only dtnuhier. 
DeJay U. to Mr. Oeonte F Bullock. 
anood-aonaC Mr. and tha la4« Mrft^ 
P. BuUook of thia olty. Tte wedding 
wUl tAfce plaea next mooth. 

Annoanre F nfa« emen t 

Mr and Mr:- J A iJrp.vier 
FaRrnioiit of Ihelr only dsuithicr. 
I MoaLfosp Avenue, announce ihe en- 
(Hlve Marie, to Mr. Ptank David 
Pomeraor, eldeil lOo of Mr. and Mrs. 
P O. PenMnv. WlUom Road. Tbe 
weddtnt mn take place en July M. 

VWUnc In City 

Mr. and Mrs. WilUam H. White- 
ley, at Vancouver, who ara spending 

few divi In Vlctorlh vUtlng with 
tbe fanner's mother. Mn. W. H. 
Whlteley. IISS Tatea Stmt. wUl re- 
turn to their bame on tbe Matnlaiid 
lomonoir aftsrnooiL 

• * • 
■ngagcmenl AwMneed 

Mr. and Ura. B. B. Wootton an- 
nounce the enfagement of tbelr 
third daughter, Kathleen Victoria, to 
Mr Hf-rbert DavlAOn Clark, only itnn 
' ! Mr and Mrs. J, D. Clark, of I860 
Beach Drive. Victoria, and formerly 
Of Winnipeg, BCan. 

* • • 
Leave for n alai 

Major and Mrs. W. B. Langley 
left yesterday on their yacht Tbt 
Dorothy, for a cruise to Vanooiiver. 
Tpty expeot to be away for about 
a wedL 



J.B.A.A. to Hold 

Dance on Saturrlny 
July 20 at Hotel 

TRB JWMS Bay AtUatte 
■■nntitlnn <MIJ» hom 

at a dance In the Bmpre as 
Hotel ballroom on Saturday 

nlitht, July 20 to the vLiltlng 
RLhlf tes whn will participate 
m tl)f> annual rcHatta of the 
North Pa<!tftc A.vioclaUon of 
Amati-ur Oaramen, which will 
be held at Beqnlnialt ao July 
19 and ao. 

Tbe Bays* daaee wffl be hold 
under the distinguished pa- 
trooage of His Honor Ueu- 
teoant-Oovemor Robert Ran- 
dolph Bruoe and Mlas Helen 
Mackenzie, and the function 
will commence at 8:30 p.m 
and continue until midnight 

Membrrs of \t\f Portland 
Rowina Club, of Brrnt7.nod 
College, and of the Vancouver 

Rowing Club who are taking 
part In the regatta here. wiU 
be guBita of hanor at the 
J3 AA. duwe en July ao. 



Fashion Fancies 

By Marie Belmont. 



FUR SAIiE 



• I M 

l*a*r»4 run. 



^ GOVmiMMF 



la 

153 7 



LOW SUMMEFV FARFS/ 





Banff 

ON SALE 

MAY 22nd to SEPT. 30tli 

Final rwtmm UmSk 




Rrlam> Home 

M i'5 M P Gordon ha.^ rrtumed 
after vLstttng her son in VegrevUie. 
and after vlsiung her broth«-ln- 
lorv and stoter, Mr. and Un, J. H. 
Lemming, has taken up reridsnot at 
Baaeroft Apartments. Oafc Bay. 
« * • 

Here nn Vu-atinn 

Mr. Liouu o Brien. Assistant Dean 
of Men at the Unlvezalty of CaU- 
fomla, Beilcdey. hat arrived In Vic- > 
tma to spend a month's vacation 
Kith hu parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. 
T. O'Brien. 1070 Rir-hmiind Avenue. 

Lcafe for Prince George 

Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Hurst. Bay 
Street, left Thursday roaming for 
Prtnee Oeowe. where they will be 
met by their daughters. Margaret 
and OwendolycL They will then 
vlalt the Okanagan Valley. 

• • • 
Arrive* f»> City 

Mr. H. Alan Maclean, of the legal 
firm of M«ettttyre dt Maclean, of 
Kamloope. B.O.. arrived In Victoria 
yesterday to spend a few dsy* with 
hie parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. 

Marleiin, 1020 Mors Street 
Will Arrive Krom New York 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur MltcheU and 
Master Roadley Mitchell are s>- 
peotad lo MTive from New York U>- 
RMnvv morning, and wUl visit Mr. 
W. J. Bowser and Miss Gladys Ir- 
ving. Terraoe Avenue. 

■ • • 

At Naaainw 

Oaptaln and Mrs. C. I. Mackenzie, 
of ass Nbigara Street, are spendliw 
the week-end with Mr. .and Mrs. J. 
R. Sisvraa. of Nanalmo. Prom there 
they wlU go to Oameron lAke. 

• • • 
Leave far Alberta 

Mrs. J. K. Cornwall and r^iiy, 
who have been spending the last 
few nwdthi In this ally, left yes- 
terday to Dptnd tbt Bummer at 
water Wftys, Albwta. 

• • • 

Reiam Home 

Mrs. E, c Waltes and her dauKh- 
ter. Mary Jane, have returned to 
Seattle art«r visiting Mlas M 
Wattes mifl PairfWd Road. 




**. . . for you fashion-fastidious women 
who delight in an opportunity 
for economy! ' 

Mallek's 

July Sale 

Offers Summer Garments at 
Greatly Reduced Prices 



a a • 



the very qualities . • • the very styles 
• * . that regularly cost us considerably 
more than they will cost you in this sale 
starting Tuesday morning 

Coats, Suits, Dresses, Knitted Garments 
Furs 4b4 IliUiMry 

All arc nrw and reflect the smartnes.s of ^ery last- 
minute mode. Our policy is not to carry stock from season 
to season, thus giving our ciutomerft all new garments, and 
our clearance sales are absolutely bona fide. 



Purrlinsf> and Wear While Paying on 
M€Ulek'» Twelve-Payment Plan for 
Your Conveiuence 



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1212 Douglas StMet Tatephoat 190t 




Tt has been discovered that the 
off-whlle shade*, so popular during 
the Winter, arv not the splended 
foU for Mintanned skiriji that dead 
white L\ "Thin explains why so 
many of thr froilu und coats OD 
ilL'-plny jn the •.tiop,': for flunungt 
wrar are In pure whi'e 

Heavy flat crepe in while, fiah-. 
tons thi.<i |[(kk1- looking evmin? dr«ss 
that mJfiTt.'i ^ toog side tr - . / ■ ;ti«t 
belov the lUp. A UtUe uulored 
white timoqiaiwit vtivst JaAot «»• 
companies the drem and may bs 
llnsd In tha asms oolor ortaiagbade 
to coofTBsf n eanlas three gar- 
dsntas ovsr one shooldflr. 



Here nn \l\\t 

Mr and Mr- 
Spokane, WLi:.)i r 

a fow diun m 
tetfd at the f:ji, 



F'liiUp rnr'rtn, of 
;i are rpeDdinR 
i ..I and are reglri- 
Hotel 



Canadian Pacific 



1 J 



ing Week 



Special Sale — See Our 
Immen B B Display 



Oonvcnirni Trrm* 



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719 Yates Street 
l>hooca 7070 and 7071 



Phom Va.nm«rn- 

Sir Charles nm) ijtdy Piers are 
here from Van^-•"»|J r and are stay- 
ing at the James Bay Hotel. 

• • • 

la geatUe 

I Miss JbospCUns Mnmy and Miss 
iMny tioulae Mnmy left yesterday 
t/> iTiend a week ta BiAttls. 

• • • 
Riidce RoBt««a 

Mra H R Taylor W o|j>^| ey 
Avenue, entertained yesterday with 
four taMes oc — 



Comnuiilorc lit oiij^jhlon 
Chapu'i Plans Party 

The garden mhftre! of the Com- 
modore nrouRlilon Chapter, 1 O 
I) F. , to tie held nrxt f-mlurcfay aft- 
ernoon In the gardens ol Mrs. C. 
I3nunmond-Hay, Gorge Rood, 
promises to be s novel and enter- 
talnlng affair There wlU bs a 
number of delightful cabaret toms 
Kiven In an tdeak setting, amongst 
them a display of Summer fashions 
by Angii! Campbell, l.td The 

nui.Mi [nr the number5 bi-mc ar- 
ranged by Mr. Preacott and thoite 
taking part are as follO"'». Mm 
Otto WeUsr. Mra. Styles Sehl, and 
Misses Lora Blake, jeatf Ukimvu- 
Ian. JuBta MnKenns, Marjorle Ray- 
mood, Pisttb Monk, Jean Moody. 
Betty Bsnnamdii And Noma tad- 
ray. 

Ourlng the afternoon a basket of 
choice roses will be raffled for the 
fundr. ..r Ihe rlinpirr 

In the evening the chapter vnll 
revert to the Custom of by-gone 
days and hold a bam dance, in a 
bam on the same grouoda. Danc- 
ing win ba from * until 13 and re- 
freshmfnts will tw nerved. 

Nanaimo Social News 

The winners at the Array A- 
Navy partner whiAl drive on Prldrt . 
evening were as loUows^ First. Mrs 
MffCoemkfc and partner; ssoood, 
Mra. T. Lister and partotr: third, 
Irwin wilMin and partner: special, 
William Cooper and partner; spe- 
cial. Mnt Hayefi and partner. 

Mr and Mr» W Cook Townirtte, 
are lesving sborUy on s vutit tn Mrs 
Cook's BMer in MsssackusetLs it 
Is over tvsatr fwaiilnca Mn. Ooofc 
saw her slifeer and tfte Is going to 



Kitty McKay 

Br mna wxunx nmtaM 



visit her before she roturas to the 
Old Oountry. Mr, Oook wUI also 
visit his bratben In Detratt. 

I ■ « ■ 

i Miss Clara Ward, *ho iy,i:: •k-*'!' 
leac h ing at Coppr r Moun tain, has 
arrived home lo spend the holidays 
with her parrnls, Mr. and Mn. 
Oharlex Ward. Townslte. 

• • I 

Ttie Ml.s.se.s Mooney arul Oibbn. of 
the Nnnaiino teaching staff. left 
yefitirday afternoon for Vancouver, 
en r'.Hile to Wlnnipei: whttS tlMy| 
«'IU &pcnd thetr vacattoo. 

• • • 

On Friday afternoon the retiring 

nupervlsor of the public school. Mr. 
Albert H- Webb. wa« presented by 
the pupllA of the Central and Quen- 
nell .Sriionb with a wallet fllle«l wUh 
cash. The preMntaUon was made 
by W. MeOougall, captain of thel 
school, bi a very neat iqieech 

• • • 

Mra George Stannard was ho^'^ 
at n nhower in honor of mim Jf»i\ 
Huniiard whoie marnaire take> 
place nhortly. The room:, urrr -v-r; 
prettily decorated in bin*- and rrram 
for the occasioa UlUe ElMe Har^ 
wood and Naory Perry prese 1 1 ' < .] 
Mlas SUnnsrd with many lovely 
giru from the guosU ssaembled. I 
SonRs were sung by Mrs. Harold 
Palmer, Mrs. Joseph WtllU and Mr- 

r J Stannard. An exhibition of 

dannnR wa.' given bv the Mlfi*es 
M,!-, srAim.ird and Maud Hai-lc- 
w.xkI. I he wlnner& of the conlMbi . 
were: Mrs. Wtllls. Mrs. Appleby. Mrs 
P. Richardson and Mliu> Johnsoo. 

Nanoosc Bav New? 

' Mlw Nlta Wh,ilen itnd Mlss 
Winnifrr<VMofTaM, nf Vsii' ouver, are 

vulllng at Nanor4.e and are Ihs 
guesu of Mr. and Mrs. J. Barr. 

Mr. F. R. Pehitum has retarad 
to Vancouver after a abovt visit to 

Red Oap. 

Mr and Mrs. O* l" Wehnter 
recent visitors to Brentwood 



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MccdMMiii Personals 

Miss Bmlly Oarr. of Victoria, has 
t>een a vlxtlor at TLiwltde. the home 
of Mr. and Mrs MrVlcker 

Mlis Bheehy. of Victoria, left on 
Wednaaday after apanrtliw a few 
days as tbe goeat of Mr. and Mrs 

T*r<mm Peac o ck. 

• • • 

Miss Minns u leaving for her 
home In Alberta visiting in Bsaltic 
snd Vaooouver. en route. 

• • • 

Miss Barbara Tocher Is apandtav 
> waak as the gusst of Mr. 

Mrs. 



Keating Personal 



Mrs. BsiSliiisii 

Warm W*B(a*F~ . 

^' " . ^ Keating Persona 
Faler Bnuhm Miai Bem sua of as 

ni O n innaMi siNM le Uu nsJ to her home a 
ka«l SMS ' her aMsr. MB* tOte B 

nsMs UL art ^1 «"nt. Mlas Onm m 



Mka Beryl Bull, of Saskatoon, has 
returned to her home after vMMiw 
her aMer. Wm Ulm BbB. Md Bar 

Atint. 




Frane«e Nirklui has left 
Nanoose and win spend part of tbsj 
Summer vacation yMHSb bar 
pamts at ftm^ton. ' 

Mlas Bsrflba* Phbliiiii, of the Red 
Oap School, has left for NanaUno. < 
' • • I 
Vera SUley has returned lo 
• T home In Vancouver after a few 
days vlalt with Mr and Mrs. Arthui 
Russell St Maple HoUow 



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Prot«8sional Masseur 

Over Twenty Year*' Eapcriencc 

1044 C0LUN80N BTKXBT 
Two Doors From Cook Street 
Lets of BroNs SanatoHam, Baaff, Alta. 



RbettOMiitm, Lamhsgo, Sctslics, Psralyiis, Poor Circolstien. Etc . 
Can Be Sucoassfally Trssied by MssMge and la Host Cases Leads 
to Permaneni KelM. 



Pbom »13Y lor Appoiataent 



CpSaultaUoD Prse 



girl trtmd nya her tfrr, 
ftlsnd saDsd her on the phone thi- 
morBing to And out U abs got home 
aU rtgHt from Ibe party be took her 



Mr Bolton. Jr. has arrived frcmt 
Van' luver snd win spend some Une' 
<tt Mistaken Island, Nanowe Bay ' 

* • « 

Mr F MrOiIl**y hait left for a 
h..rt vijit In Vancouver 

.Wr and Mr* W, Bti b ai t. Of Van- 
rouver. were nsHoaO Sd BlMMSg Ba| 

d :nng the K-rY 

Colwood Personals 

Mr o. MFai* la ivaadte tte 

hoi 'day at Ma 



PboneSO 



r«r TMt pnt ScoM MMa 

Oar lleascngcrt Are Frompi 
sod Dependable 

IMnUM MMM 

Car. Doogtas and jeboasn 




air»W~ # a«»a 



Mr and Mn R Hummeasn. of 

Catofl AMk -^nf -...(.i-nM lo lake 
up thAr rwdaoot on Meteboaln 



The 9WM«as of the St Josrph « 
caiurDh gardeo party. BwiuimalL was 



the aJUir. Tha 





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THE DAILY COI-ONIST, VICTORIA, RC SUNDAV. JUNK 30. \929 



Society 
Notes From 
Vancouver 



VANCOUVKR, Jtme » - MM 

lo MajiT A ! M- i-in.'- pi.iL-f 
(►n Ju!v 9 I'. U'-Uie. r-.'.Ti'.iw:', friTT- 
lAlnpd l>v ! '-<' 'I. .sr. - f'.< iji: . ;irMr 
to hfr Tiiu.- : -vi-v i ■' ■ *e*k. 
MlAA St*-* iir'. Wrt- Ultr gue*L Ot 
h<innr o.' Mr^. T. A- 8penc«r Siul 
Mn. Montagu Purbar at a Junebeon. 
and 01 Mr. aatf Mrs. Ancte T^lor 
at a dlmwr duM. OClMr hotUue^ 
wtn Mr*. A. B. Suatln. who enter- 
Ulned at a dinner party, and Mrs 
w (■ w. oriwar.^ 'Ah > KftvaadinBer 

\t^^ Waller Walsb uM hw 
1. iKhter. MUt* KlUy WallOl. enter- 
. iif><j alUw M» b0«r at ttalr bone 
.n Nanton AvMUl*, mtom a terg* 

numbir of flMiti afitaiMtaA. 

u ratlM y anrnvgad tea taU* «u pr»- 



(WfT bv Mr* Sfwart Cimwon 
aaiTMn. J L Macrmr Mr> T K H 

NrllM and M^^ Nnrnian !><■.■- Ilris*\ 
Mr,'. A 1, Alejtindcr and Mr.^ PVr ■ 
'linanri DiHX!'; rul H-cJi •nd *j 
M-t«tnU, wrtf MU-^ MarRarei Maf ■ 

ttUjlkV MllVi Ailc*' BUH-Tr.. MLVi 

MarUHi Hams, Mlu Pranrr" (_imte- 
woud and MIa« Margarei Hai^. 

Ob Wtki»9 VVMIB*. MlM Kitty 
walih and ker miBt. Wm Donctay 
Rigmgr. of Klnvitoo. were fueeto of 
honor at a deUffhtfm dance riven 
by Mr and Mrs Walter Watah. 
Many dinner parties were given prior 
to this event inrJudlns a "no-host" 
party « hen ■ o\ ert *rri' laid for 
Capl C C IjubsLin VC. I.) .S O . of 
H M S (. Oimiilxi and Mr.'. LK>t>&Oii 
Hng -(-t-iit-ral And Mrs. R. P. Clark. 
Mr and Mr.^ HcrWrt WOOd, Mr. and 
Mry Ninmand De« BrtaKf, DC. afkd 

Mrs obadee Oafternton. Mr. «ad 
Mrtt. GlAfeaoe OWm, Mn. J. W. 
ftUHlM, and Ueui.-Ooaimander 
Coatte-WiniaBH. er BJCA Ootoiabo. 



tin. W. 7. Brouiham wa.s hDst/'»> 
at ft dSniwr pftrty, when her £ii»-.<ii*. 



were Sir Mward .4trare\ Coi AiiJ 
Mrs I-t^Kiiiald (inAp.n. Mr *iid 
Mrs K W Haniber, Mr. and Mra- 
J A Hobd-v and Mrs. J. W. > WMt . 
■ • • 

At (juaUf-nm 

Mr Mid Ura. Paidham Johnaon 
have left for lhatr 0uaUMr hooit a' 
QiieMcmn. and have m Itaelr 90^' 

un.%A^ m-nmm swmwtk 

end. 

• • a 

M^^ R .( "faili-m .md .'jim:'. Ii.ivf 
Irf. frir Uieu Sumiii'-! ■ Loiur j' 
Klxwieriy Bay Itiey were ac>.'Oiii 

panted by Miaa laobel ItuMill wbo 
wtU cpend a week lAin. 

• • • 
Frma Cwwktea 

Mrs. Liooe] HUnttnfdon ha.^ ar 
rived from Cowlchan t<^' -sp'- nd 1 

fortnight viBltlnji her mr)ther Mrh 
J. P R<JberL«, whu rairrtanitl re- 
cently at Uw tr« hour In boooT oi 



One of <]» leading ennti of the 

neaaon w%s the ball which took plarr- 
on Thursday evening on board 
H M s Colombo Many dinner par- 
Ws preceded Lhia affair 



Adniii-in Nil- Kruiut Oalthorpe ha* 
lell for B^Und al^r vL->itJng hu 

■IMer-ta-tov. Mn. RecuKii.i c-tL^pUn. 



Indian Makrs 
Daring Escape 
From Cmtody 



PRlNCnON, June Zti I'lovui- 
clal poUee are scoitnni the counirj- • 
side lor Peler (Jualler, Indian who 
made a danni; r.siapp Iiijiv: ■ .i-'O'U 
whllf DrUig bifnighl to l'nncp'^>n t.. 
Of (•.M'(iri*'d i.Mkaliii Hp i.- in 
po,v*s!>ion ol th*' I e\ er of t 'on - 
s'.a.bW A E Spall 

(^iiMlier was belu« brougiu bere 

bv auto, along with LouU l^okbor- 
kt-'t. imnlfiwr Indian, tnd on aooount 
of the taaai, Oosutable Spall had 
taken off hi* belt. In the po< i^t-t of 

which were hU revolver and hand- 

..ulT-, and placed them .n J.:^ ^np 

The car ran out of ga-s m<h]i- 
mliek from Prtnc^lon, arid 1 "on ■ 



sUbif ^>(iaii ifU Hi'" ^■>r^.-4lP,^r^ wlulc 
hr *'cnt to (>b[ain a supply When 
he relumed he found QuiUer in 
liiiiiiiwlnii ol Me gun and In a de- 
fiant maodL Mrtmtely, the ion 
Btahk had taken the IgnltKm kev 
of the ear. Qnallsr nude a rlean 
getaway but Tamborkel remrtinrd 
in Ihr i-air. 

Altrr niN esrape Qiialler »-vidrnll', 
.1'.- hir.i-ti .1- '.'If H-i;" ^-t'-'.'-- hoi.-'' 
a mil-' IruMi Hf(1U'\ Kf-indiiL-i ft ^ 
meal wrre I ' uiiid a.s * '■ : 1 4^^ thr 
.ilolcn l«.'li riiid haridiulf^, but Qual- 
ler evidrnlJ) kept the gW* 

On Empire Uay QualMr iloniie*! 
Keremeoe and, alter antin g tw< 
bamei. elaead a OUnaae laandr> 
man Into and around the canner\ 
and fired at CcMuAable Spall >.h'n 
a^'enipted to make an arree! Hf 
bring f^ont down ti> I he COa.-t 

a charge of brealun« parole Iw Hu 



Taaebier (etoeaing tha different- 
betwMB tbe nee and the mod&it 
violet): "Now a well-dressed old lady 
iroea alonR the street bui i£ proud, 
and ereet.^ nobcnlv -that U the rose 

hrhind hei ^<^^ a woutX ereatiir* 

with bowed tiead " 

Pupil: That's her htnbenrt' 




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and hearing trouble is due 

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Home" 



HERE it is one of tlu- n - 
suits ot impure gasoime 
— tlie vaivc badly pitted by 
acid. 

I he existence of acrid, vile- 
smeiiiug fumes (motor iialt- 
tosis) is fiiir warning of 
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CHAPTER XXIV 
I found a rar out*lde mv rooms, 
and Bloor, as nearly excited ha I ha^ 
ever seen him, waiting for me 

"Good evening. Major, ' he greetrd 
me "I ihougiit I'd look lo and lell 
you the news. Wtfn fOT tt Mntflt'' 
' The raid?" 
He nodded 
Informauon has been coming in 
ist and furtoua," be eonflded. "Let 
.ic tell you tUa Ant. though. We 
are out of one of our tnublea. We 



I luggeited. *'8upp'-"'ini.^ Thev Ktart 
the Sidney Street bu.^.ne.'ta again?" 

"We are ready for that. 1 b»** 
an armored car at X^endon Bridge 
SUtlon. That can be on the apot 
In ten mlnutea. We ihan't niah lU 
They can take their time Theee 
Mockj of cottages have oivly two 
possible ways of exit, and we're 
ready for them either end. Eivery- 
one who will come out unarmed 
and can pr'jvf hlrn.'yir the next 
momlni to b<> an ordinary ciiixen. 
we ahan't interfere with, everyone 



caurn it waSr wo* 
'-Good workr X errlatmert "Wlm 

abouta?" 



"We (to! 'li'-jit III a restaurant 
down by Liverpnoi aire* i No ilgns 



JOaeph <i sang. " 
"What time is the line-up?"' 1 

inqulicd 

'"Not too earlr 



I am sending niy 



or a aqueal from ihem but one of men down two nr three at a time, 
our men caught Rogerc the leader and they are ciaMng in as Ihe clock 
of the three— trying to swallow a ! sirlki* twelve. I dont want the 
piece of paper. It was a note the | aUghlcst alga of anything unumal 



WAlMr bad juet brought in. Bvl- 
deaUr one of their plaoes oC call. 
Cant ttf] you what was in the note, 
test It neua that things are moving. 
Then the mm I planted down 
Shercdltch way have been nendins 
measages up. one by one. They are 
II agreed the lang s fuil RUength L^ 



unlAl ttiea.' 

I drew a algh of relief. By mid- 
night. If nU Mat wan, I tfaould 
probably be a tree man. 

"I m In It. of ro'irvo''" I asked. 

Bloor appeared doubtful 

■ Yotl're a bit of a inarlifd tiian. 




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concentrated m a cramped radius of you know." he reminded tnr You 
a few hundred yards ^ made yourself Tery conapicunun and 

"But what about Joeeph?" I asked obnoidaua lo the gang down at 
uixioualy. . Breeacley. Then, U tagr any ebum 

"It s no good waiting forever." \ Joeeph geU to kno«r of tbe llgbtlnc 
Bloor pointed out. "When Joseph I and comes down to help, ball lake 
left Bldoa Street, be left the neigh- Jolly good care that yeuYe pat out 
berbood altogether. an4 «v baveuH of the way." 

a line en him yet. All the mmt. U | "U there w«« any rhanc^ of 
ire ran break (he Rang, hell never i Joseph being there, I lold h;rn 
naln be Lhe man he waa Juat i savagely, -it would (*ke all ScmiaJi;! 
, 1- fve on this plan." [Yard fn ke*>p mr> away I'll be frank 

id one out upon the Ubie. with \ou. nioor I'vr not another 



and I looked over his shoulder 

"Ifi* a nasty durtnrt." he n- 
plalned. "and the danger la thai 
theyH slip away from the fwtber 
houses and either get ua OD tbe 
nanka, U tbey want to flcbt, or enep 
away, eae br one, to U» lodglag- 
houaea by the Unm, wbMi m bard 
to aeamli. WM bava to lobe our 
ehaneea. Haeo^ Itag itvor. you aee. 
and alBog Ihin era the wharvea 

We've sot the firm that own the big 



tob <-.n ftrst. tiut. the moment that's 
i m for the Bast Bnd. 1 know 
vtivir to find you. and I hope 111 
hear the guoa uiiiMtm «Imd Z 



■nroull suefc to me VtmC be itlp. 
ulatod. "I dont want any of my 

fallows to throw their live* away 
tonight, and I cerumly don t want 
anythtzig to happen to yoa " 

"Don't you think." J sugiested. 
"that Joaeph has made It a liiUc 



yards to clow their ^at*-*. .w) there's 1 1«0 eaiqr for you? Remember he'a 
no getting i>a^i thn-ir und we've a never brought hU whole gang to- 
couple of poll'*- b-xi-* 'in -h* nver B<'ther before You Vf romc across 
ThU row ot hnu-'- tDii) Tan- fr«ifnietita of It In Keosttlgton. 
neri Cottage* i frmgmenU in DSfUOndMV, _faa c- 

know that Clooikf y ..s inding. tiie men u in Oeiulisi well, ar a t TWfosM 
man who's waaled for that bank i HIU, aaow in the Bottnot OiMn 
buslnees. We eban open vp tbare ] Rood, nod ethers lo Kmfm Town. 

looUi« far Mm. and down bctalod. j Wby do fan " ' 

tai tMa oemer. Patt RtB»weU waa I tbam an tueelligr Wm IM>f IM 
sewn yesterday. We fraat htm. too. for you Jurt lo 
The raed on the ottav aide la PeU- I daaCroy. I 
mengenf Lane— nearly tbe worst that s a faet." 
spot in t/:tndon We're goftog to Bloor amaboi OB 

>- "s' ' ^ picked men who moment or two. 
H . ' ng a gun We "I aee your poln' ■ 

waiJd ' 'Hinaa up there < mltted. "but look h^re Major ihf 

befoT' ^> ^' i" 'o watt OB- lads ar^ there, and wv wgng Ibeaa. 
ui we r^u.d oiakr ' hn Mg wfUse, 1 1 dCM't see how be can trap ua. Be 
and no glad we did. Oetdng Ibe i haaot a weiy Mpta opinida eg ear 
CheapM borgbtra tea eet ear | lii ielU paooa. raMMbar. aa be bee 





t ! graved RMwe than oooa Pvliapt he 
|thiaks f e^2j|||^>*"o*^^^2J^||^*'^ 



with a docen men beblnd me. We're 

Dot falling Into any trap of that 
.-.ort. The men we want are there, 
and I'm poi-. ■ .I'Tr them with tao 
looneini.' . mir <.ldr W!ii.t 

Joseph's Id' It i.v in biinBinc them 
all together like thu. Ml udmil 1 
can't Imsstne. but. kn'>winK tjirv 
are there, we can t be sucn itxtU u.--, 
to leave them alone, There'tt nu 
mlnlnf , or anytblng of th^ eart« 
I can promise you. There's noth- 
lae eotae on tbsra wa taavent beard 
abouf* 

'*Well. here's good lock to both of 
ua," I said, as he prepared to take 
hli leave. "And. Bloor, I eon^ 
mind having a amaU bat with you." 

"Wbat*i thatt" 

*1 bet you a botUe ot tbe best." 
I told him. "that I eee Joseph before 

you do." 

-Wtv drtauw," bo taugbgd. Tm 

on I" 

I found Mr. Xiaaea waiting for me 
outside his estabUabment in Graf- 
ton BtreeL He waa oarrylng a 
brown paper parcel imder his arm, 
which I rightly guessed to be the 
iron coffer, 

' W' u valine man," he *atd. "you 

nrr ■■' I, t f'^- niv [irKtrciiDii. VoU 

lo'ili ■iiKiiic ninugb your hablln may 
be bad Will vou brfiln by earrvinn 
thi.i roner? Vou will find It heavy " 

! look It from hi in. snd a moment 
later his motor car arrived. 

"Aj* to thoM* bad h-tbi'j' of miiir ' 
I begged, as wc took our seats, "don t 
believe ott you read In the ■opers. 
Are we up against Joseph, do you 
think, toi this mile enlerpiiar of 
ouraT KtaU we get the Buddha, or 
do yea Imagine ha baa been before 
usf 

leaaca diuckled. 

**Z do not worry. The statuette, 
even though It Is the world's won- 
der, has not the value Joseph wanta 
I UUnk wc boy that sutuette. all 
right. How much money have you?" 

"More than I usually carry about 
«-i:h me." I admitted. "I have a 
draft for five hundred thousand 

pound. ^' 

"I buy for lr5B than that," he de- 
clared contempt uouiily '*! told our 
friend already over the telephone 
tbol I knew of ooocbgr ' ona-gyod 
Boddba." \ 

We fliTtvod at tbe Milan punetual- 
ly at II o'eloek. but we wore 
not aBowed to ascend at onoc to 
ICr Tnl-Kak's apartment. The 
eonderge invited us to take seats 
In the little lounge while he sent 
a special mes^nger upnalri Som" 
impulse — 1 am luir naturallv a 'un- 
ous prrvtn prompfrd me to J'sve 
my rt.rnlr.rtablr rhalr and look 
through ! tie r!aas parUtion into the 

grllL Within a few yards of aae. 
at a table alone sat My. X . . , 

II - ■ - '!n'ied> 

TO FNTKRPKFT ^ 

OF Tilt LITANY 

The serrtoea at 81 Mart a, Clovir- 
ay win be 00 follows: Boty 
CoDunumea ol S tfVlggk, Lttoaty at 
Bvaaooae ot t. The vtaor 
wm take for bla OMiBlnc w dii aiil, 
"Ttm P a y th e bi gy of the Utany - and 
to iht evening wUl preach on "St. 
Pettr - -nm parorhlol pMBle wUl be 
hrld at Hamst«r1fly 



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THE DAILY CXJLONIST. VICTORIA, B.C SUNDAY, JUNE 30. t9» 



TT' 



Plags and Plagers 



"The f Slack cUch'^ Slum s 
Tense Scenes in India 



Dominicm's Big Feature Movktone Thb Week 
Surs Vktor McLaglcn, Most Virile AcMr. Who 
Participated in Seven Wats. 



Amonc Vleiar iMLiila^ murr 
Bin at blf ftT» ymm to indli, i.'> 
MTVln at army posU and tha tea 
plantatlcAl, ta a pith hebneL In the 
Fox film. "The Bltck Watch." itar- 
rlEME McLagten, and with many of 
111 lenie acene^ hiui tn India, the 
•Ur ha« a reat 'ipprTtunlty to wear 
that helmet, and )ic dora. 

No filar of the prpsrnt-day wrmi 
rail ixjliit lo a more ndvenlurulI^ 
lllc than VirUir McLftglon. 

An Hr'iv»> parilclpant in wven 
Riir-1 .1 o'l.u-iidrr for thr hcav>'- 
w f wi: I boxlDii champlonahlp. wlUi 
J.>' k J ihnson numbered among hla 
uppciKnij; a vreatter tourtng the 
country and meettog all comm. 
pnvaat marahal of Bagdad, and 
wfntuAllr an opportunity to ap- 
pmr in a wTceo pctNtucUon abroad 
loUoved hy a bU fRRa ttda oomtiT 
and « eooMIt MWaglan la t- 



to ba i«ta« aM eC tbo awat 
ottametana on vm aanm to- 



. :t iJi' 

day 

"The Black WaU-h," hL-* currrnt 
starring production for Fox PJima, ts 
baaed on tbo Talbot Monday atory. 
The plotan, no« opening at the Do- 
nOnlon. It m^tnUf ta dlalogua. 

It ts John Aml'a production, 
fiii-anlns that it was directed by the 
til 11 II who produced for thr ftcr««n 
Fi.ur Sonh." "Ttir Iron Horw." 
M'UiT Mathree," "Ilajiicman's 
H"UM-' ajid ■'NapaJpons Baxber." 
and iTiuny othirr .iuCfes.v-5 

M)rrua I>oy. pjcoUc beauty, U su- 
perbly caat OK ■ YaAmani." the "iJie- 
devU," who aApires to become queen 
of IndlA. 

The Rupportlng cast tnchidei 
David Rollina. Lumaden Han, Roy 
O Arcy. Mitchell L«wli. CyrC Cbad- 
Walter Usog and Pat Boms- 



AM USEME STS 

t a,[.iir»l ■The atudiri Murder 



Compton, 
niJioe." 



in 



I'ae Big Diamond 
UaMm Ton 



Kub^ii ,> : 

R/>bbery,* 
Mix 

Dominion Victor M^Laglen, 
In -The liUrk Watcil."' 

riayhoow^ Jaas Mad," with 
Marian Nixon. 



UNIVERSITY LANDS 

Cablnel Denies Authority Waa 
Olven to Permit Expendlton 
QolC Caacaa 



aa kba pnaent MtnliferT ma eon- 
etnad. Uiara vaa w aiMWinnal ar- 
taagemant about daarli^. If any 
•uota airancunent axlitad befewean 
tba prooMtet* of th« project and 
Uw fomwr Ministry. It was not 
raeagalMd by the Tolmle cabinet, 
and waa not known to It. 



Aooordbic to a London roagla- 
*T^t*. iMnnr i^m^ Lltit • luia- 
band may Ui, he doas not Ufce be- 
ln« bonied. Mar balng bowed, 
ettbat. 



60^000 People an 

Fxtrttf* in t ithmy 
Picture J as a Had** 

sixty thnnnirt pnpla aettng aa 
extraa In ana BDene of ia motion plo- 
ture waa a reeord-bteaklag ocoor- 
reooe In BoUywood reoeotly. Tba 
event took plane during the tUmlng 
of -Jaai Mad." the Unlveraat p(c- 
ture atarrtng Jean Heraholt opening 
at the Playhouse Theatre tomorrow. 
The 60,000 people composed a reiru- 
lar audience of the Hollywood Bowl, 
where the scene was filmed with the 
famouK natvnd CbanCta aa a back- 

grtjund, 

LlQl iW Ho n s ARE 
SKllEU A I n IM)SOH 




VICTOR McLACLEN 
In "The Black Watch." Showing All ThU Weak at tba Dvniakn. 



WINDSOR. Ont. June 29.— Ei«ht 
rumboata have bean aelaad by Cana- 
dian euatoou ofOeers at La Sella. 

down-river port between Wmdnor and 
Amherstburg Action wka Uken try 
Injqiector H. Jackson of thr customs 
staff at Ottawa, who l£ making a 
special survey of thw district. He 
chances lln- tna.«terfi the craft 
igoofed Canadian customA require- 
ment by their neglect to report to 
the i»utoma olfloexa on arrival from I ndif!S 
Unttad Btatia porta. *"vi.v3. 



PoDowlnt VP tba atatamant irtikb 
has been made by Mr. Jidu Boyd 
with legard to the got! eouTee In 
tba unhMsaltr lands at. mat Oesf ^ 
the information Is given that the 
pnsMit Qovcmment knows nothing 
of any understanding by which 
Oovemmenb money was to be used 
In the development of the golf 
couree. 

It Is stjitird nfflclnny that the 
order-ln-councii piuRea by the pres- 
ent Mini'-irv n. : imc .ifrr It took 
Offlc .in.l . li: '],-■ L-^'i: .i':K-:-r 

leaw* rijnfjiiiiil TV rrtrri'iiLe what- 
ever U) the cleAring or private land , 

« ""rX"' .'"".TLrr™-. ' D.aloRuc Thrill. ' The S. ud>o Murder Mv.torv." 

made no auch uoder»ianding ver- 
bally or otherwise, and narer baard 
of any such arraagement. 

It was axplalnad that iha goU 
course scheme was arranged In a 
preliminary way by the fenaer Min- 
istry, but action on It had not been 
taken when the new Government 
^it- :nsM;ie,i m office. When the 



Coliseum Film Retells 

Defoe's Im^nortal Story 



All-Slur Cast Apfn <irs in 

Fealure at Lite Capitol 



Booked tor This Week, Is Most Exciting Drama;. 
Depicting Hunt for Double Murderers. 



"Robinson Crusoe." as Shot on Island of West 
Is Replete With Beautiful Scenes and 
Thrilling Adventures of Famotts,Hero. 



An all-star caKl, with evi-n.' mem- 
ber m It picked for type and sulla- 
biiKv Lo character, acta Paramoont's 
.scheme .ame before the ne-*- Cabinet 1 n«we8t aU-taiklng thriller, The 
(or approval, It wa.-- r.^rifi-,] by an | Studio Murder Mystary." Hils ai' 
approvun; a iraae | dUnii melodrama, centring around 
B it - far the hunt for a double-kUler in the 



order-In -council 
Of tfia golf course land< 



Dame! Hrfoes frrent and immortal i "Robinson Crusoe ■ will ix- shown 
stor\-. ■ Robiiuon Cnwoe," on the | t«nbrrow at the Coliseum Thea- 

screen but without the r^t^imp . STwT?*^" ™^ ^It*^^' 

Hollywood upon it Here is the great " Jf*'^.*^" '"^ **• 

*^ , th-^nt* 'hat the book holds for lU 



adventurer'.^ !itor>- produced m the< 



readers I; u that ever fasdnattng 



only way poMlble, and that was on|.™°^v _. 
Tobago island. In the Wast ia^}^ ol mi^n ii\on^ vou^yi^T\n^^^ 



where Crusoe, according to Uie best 
autborUles. Is supposed to have lived 
maay atrange yean. 



DOUBLE PROGRAMME 



Ist 

Marion Nixon. George 



2ad 

t«wls I Clafrc Windsor end 



JAZZ MAD I Omiiestic Meddlers 

FOX NSWa . Ofving Ainv «M T«Ma4v Wifht COMSDY 
Malfaaaa Moaday. Wadaeaday and Ittmday^Kiibta. 7 to 11 

YHOUSE 



ataetbiag er/.imnment of a talking 
motion picture studio, li one of the 
most gripping ever to be shown on 
the screen. The Capitol Theatre will 
feature this attraction for the three 
days o< the week starting tomorrow. 

Pararaount's KucceAH with the re- 
cent s s, Van nine rtory. "The 
Canary Murrl^r ri,,e. ' .started studio 
execriiives • n a ,'^oarrh for somr- 
thtng evrij nur.' hair-ralMnif and 
pleasantly ■ .ri\i:.L- m the line of df- 
tective storie.s iTm hunt culminated 
In "nta Studio Murder BCystery." 
which, tn dialogue, action aad in- 
teresting detail, really takes its 
place with the new mastovleoes 
that the talking screen has brought 
to tiie motion picture public. 

The story, wrllten by the Edlnir- 
ton.1, Mr and Mrs .^ Channlng Ed- 
Ington. which appeareil flr*l \v- n 
serial In Photoii i ,i m u , i / : r i <■ 
aroused wide intercut uin<<!iu: reader.'^ 
off the magaitfne Tba story Para- 
mount made Into an all-talking 

melodrama, praavrvlng all the sua- 1 lJ„V.J.' Tn-^il. .nd wrsn^^.r .i 
pense of the original story. 




I r»nRi<^ nil i 

r Cm**.' »h«i*t» 



s 

N 

s 



COLISEUM 



Kirft ItlWMi Sii 
mi Sixty 

Should Make It Their 
Business to See 
"Robinson Crusoe^ 

For Young and Old 
Alike. Prewnted by 
British ¥i\xm B,0. 

ROBINSON 



The onlv sign o' 
human habitation he 
h%A seen on his lonriy 

.Were the footprints 
those of friend or (oe? 



CRUSOE 



PridayV 

Evening 




Especially Arranged 

Programme for 
Holiday Week 

Bring the Children 
to See "Robinson 
Crusoe" and Start 
Their Vacation Off 
With a Real Bang! 



••ROBINSON CRU80B*' — a story that's better 
known than NOftb*s Ark and Jonah and the Whale. 
Guaranteed entertainment for ail kids (foni mi^X to 

eiphty-eight — the girla and ladies, too. 



W hat ctianr,- ha<l ntie 
lone man a^tn»>t a 
Cannibal invaaion.^ 

See the thrilling ad- 

■ enhirr*' *.f k' ifMN 
SUN CKL SOK, sole 
survivor of a ihip- 

n r 0 



CRUSOE 



STAGE PRESENTATION 



Coliseum Players 



PXB8BNT 



''The Bobbed Hair B 

Ws a Wow! 




THREE SHOWS 
MONDAY 



MadnOT IConday, 1:30 
Evening at 6 and 9 , 

Coma E«fty*^void tha RiMh 



Admission, 35c, 25c, 10c 
Matiaee, 25e 



s 
s 

5: 

i 

s 
s 



at a time of trreat exuoinilv 

The story i-how; Umt journev of 
CruRoe's In which lus boa-t was 
blown far from its oourse and then 
wrecked by a great atonn. He Is the 
sole surviffor aad flada himself on 
a small tropleal island, apparently 

unlnhabiter' The ptrture .shows his 
great effoi'' ■* ii h the mfluff iripnt 
fools he had ;it hi& disposal, to build 
:i home, a boat and a garden. Then 
■ 'inten the dLvovffry of man-eatlns 
■ ! nibai.-i and hLj dramatic rescu*" 
ui the negro he called Friday, and 
finally that overwhelmingly Joyou£ 
day when a Spanish ship comes to 
the Ltland However, Cnisoe does not 
Kft away IrnMI hls Island' pTtson 
until after a mutiny Ix quelled, and 
then he relurrw lo his sweetheart, 
('■-■]■ ,■]■, h', Pnv Oonipt.iu 

POPLARS SCHOOL 

rrtxc Glvlag l'^ Held at CIoalBg of 
Sehaol for sumaMr 

Va ration 

'nic ; wnt y ' ht !h uiinuiil Summer 

ntii.t ! I . ;.■ tin 

Iridaj .uifTuu-ji. at Lhe PripiArii 
.School, when the lollowlng award.i 
were made to the soocasslul pupiLi 
by Che principals. Mlsa Alubutt 
and Miss Messenger. 

Senior Form— Highest examina- 
tion marks, Bngli&h and mathem- 
atics. Violet. Murray; history and 
litem Hire. MiMrrd Wetmore , 
French and Latin. l-iortR Spencw 

Intermediate — Scripture and 
geography. Joyce Ooggln; literature 
i>nd composition. Josephine Pearce; 
l.Lstory, Joan Oower, 

Upper Junior— ftigUih and arlth 
metlc. fevelyn Lattice: acrlpture and 
literature. Amy Whitby: geograjtfiy. 
Jnv Savaffe; elocution. Mary Moore. 

Lower Junior— Scripture and hln- 
'f»r>*, Delrdre Diespecker. Eimli-^h. 
Mlmi Jaquea: aritlimelif , i^atncia 
Jaqiies; PYench Pat^v < ireen 

Primary— Wntlnu and elocution. 
Betty Milllns; Scripture. Joan 
Fisher; nenoh I>aphne PUlmore. 

The good oondnot priaa of the 
srhool was awaiidad to Mildred 
Wetmore. 

In the recent musleal aaamlnaMon 
lieid .in behalf of the Aisocuiled 
Ho.irrJ by Mr Hilgr> Arwon, M A , 
.\lu<t. Bac , the following randidaie* 
wem .^urreviful 

Higher Division— Ptano: Joseph • 
me Pearoe. Violet Murray. Doruc 
T^penesr. 
i>ower DlHslon-PhylUa GHbeoa. 
Primary — Honormhla atentlon. 
Barbara Clowes. 
. Owing to slcknasa. four candl- 
datea who had entered were unable 
'to present them5elvrft for examtns- 
, *ion- L-iwer rtivt«inn Joyce Marriott 
snd /wlla Marr. primary, Xvalyn 
Leitice, Mary Moore 

In the Orammar of Muslr fent^A 
nil entrants were suocsasful. viz . in 
1 DlTisloB n. Zella tforr, Ola PeeU 
} Saibara Hutchinson. Doris Spencer 
• Josepntne Pearce: and In Divtaian I, 
I PhyUia Oibson. Prlaes were 

i-' -irded to the two rnndldnles who 
highest In ^r.pir '■•»peotl»e 
grades: Barbara Clowes iH-M.) and 
JowtOtliia Pearefc 




TOM MIX AGAIN 



VISITS coLDMBiAi Columbia 



MwiM M't.i I'opuLir H lid W 
Ofu Sr«-n III "Thr Uls lllamoiid 



Tom Mix. probably the mowt pop- 
ular star of the srrern for the tiaat 
five yean, and i>rigtiiai< r ■ >f ' f if 
•new tjpe" (if Wciterii pu Ui'-- i;. 
to be .seen in fa% !;it«-.-.l FIlo priMi j. 
tion, 'The HiK Duni' ml ilirf.l»-r 
at the Columbia Tlua r^ M;-; I.. .1 
a jxx^K'i-f; Ui the hrart.-. ■>! (m-tui' 
Kf/iTJi Mi.i' ''M, M-ifei! s'iirs hiivf 
been able rtttam. He pr*>viden en 
tertalnment for old and young niik'' 
Tom Mis always has striven to keep 
hla plotuvaa eleaa. Be has alwaya 
ttdlavad that f eatara tfiauld be up- 
pMnaost 

Tony, the wander bona, tevortte 

nf the children and grown-upa alike, 

IS .still to be seen with BAlx. Thla pair 
been inseparable thnughoat 
Tom s long career as a Waitem 

st»i« and his horse Is greatly re- 
spoiuilble for the large me«.sur. ^ ' 
sucoeea the actor has axtainod u. 
attnwtlaf bk nUUIau of fUm fac^ 
-The Big Diamond RobberT give& 
both Mix and Tony ,a ebanea to 
<ieiiu-^r r,! r j t*- even more difXieult 
fwit* than haA chararterlaed their 
work in pre^noLus piriures. 

KASSER NOT UKELY 
TO ENTER GERMANY 

BERLIN. June 29 — OfHclal clrrles 
authontaUvely stated la.^i niuht that 
the Oerman Ooverumeni would raise 
no objections to return of the for- 
mer Kaiser from his exUe at Doorn. 
but It was at once added that thtu 
attlttide was of no Impurtance 
Xt was believed thu! rrn* 



THREE PAYS ONLY 
V"N TUKS . WED, 



Hiic lie Is Again. Kolki! And Oh Hoy— What Thrillat 




TfieBil^Diamond Robbery 

LUMLUY NEWS FOX VAKIETT 



BD. ROLLOWAY AT THE 
ORGAN 



KOUCATtONAI. 
*TRS flAUCON RUN** 



Monday Nlto--Cash Prizes 



the n>mot4>st poaalblUlv that WU— pmUriOB tO iMt tM lgD4 «BOB 

fiflrii Hnl.JT./JilIfrn wniiM apply lOr > ruML 1 



Er^erti^irvniehl 



COMMENCES TOMORROW 

An All-Talking Thriller 

SEE and HEAR 

''The Studio 
Murder Mystery'' 



3 Days Only 

Tuesday 

Wednesday 

Usual Prices 




■BUnr MACDOHALD 

fDwto an) nat-s th* 

l>r«fnlv^ la marrr h*r. 







R { r * R I ruiiuiA 
Inlaw ■( hi* Wifa'l 



BM as an mm 



n. K ytM noMALP 
• a*t oiiTOT). tkia«f 

adM. r w laS Ih* 
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Cifj SrhooLs Announce 
Fromotiong and Issue 
Certificates of Honor 



Wltb ttV Aniiourii •^'iwnkt nf pro Howan <li-j>urlniftni, AimItcv Bidt- 

inattaai Md the liteu&ncr of himi.z lord, [cgultarliy hiiiI |iuni-tuallty, 
roll cvrOftcfttM to gtudAnta yester- 
day monilBff, dty «ntf dlfttrlct public 



BV«lyn KleniiPK Kn,*-;'. Ji nniiigs 
OttAVE VII— OIV. JV 



j.rfiiK'U I'l'ivd tlii*ir (loor-i fnr It ^ 
I »-i rnunth.i vacatimi Varmn.. purr- RoQh of Hoctor — Proflclency. 

' iw^ iiiaikfd ihi- iiiiui day iti h'>-\\ Muiiri Ohavej deportment, Evelyn 

M^nv (.f tiif ;>ar(iiL.^ atr.-mj.ii (*iw>()«t: reculailty and punctuality, 

>ii-ar the promotion hsu rr^ad iUul licuy Jamlcwn. Jlnuule Yatea, Ivor 
f/ijoypd ftitncHMng thf fx( [ri,s«-n, l-uller, tAllU MKro, Violet Brown. 
loUowing Is B lust of the promutJonA 
ID the ctty Kboote. Vttta the excep- 



tion of ebtnaoe cam proato* 
Ml. which wUl be ftnn ouaeicl tetar 
IVtlle DepartmwU of ■4ikMte: 

5mtik Par* 



GKAOB VI— DIV. V 
RoUa of Racur— Prafleteacy, Ruiii 



Saada; deportment. Bulwn Wool 
)igp; refuterlty and punctuality. 
SUaAetb MacKav Ann?* te Sea- 
broek. ixiiis Sharp Ktiu apArtc 
Robert Malr, Robert Martin. 

GRADE Vl-mV. Vf 



(iRAOR VIII- liIV I 

nf Huiior >l;'nfnr> Hrlen , 
*Vkr!idcn, '1**(>"rtnifni M.^rvuTtU- H'>ll' if Hi'in-r I'-'olirJi'm-i Jran 
KllKH. rtituianty »xid punetiuuity, Burnett, aepcJimeuL. Hubert Sniilh, 



- niv VIII 

ii'TlU of Honor PiuIlrlriK V Shir- 
.. . w t- ii!f I ii ii T] Llfi>tjri iiicnt. Ireue 
UUler. r(«uarH> and punctuality, 
Jack SanMe. Mttb Mackay. maoea 
ifute. 'nwodore Wiper 

(.RADi:s V IV-DIV IX 

Hull.-, of lliinof 



auff. Betty Coili. Pnnotod.Mi Mai— Tom Anetev. m r«iilarMT and puaetuaUy. 
9mA Onto. Myn Cooper, Dafld Wilfred lanajr. Bmod Lnnay. BUda Smith. 

rnaij rw^hertiw Davey. Kenneth MVMON V Promotf-ri Ui^x. f^imdr i to Oraa^ 

DavMaon. AottW Mne. Evelyn koq, ^ aoM^-fftOelenar. Fftul n— BUty luy iu)4>. BiUy 

yieounf. MMvnt rtemlnic, Jack south- dnMtVMi^ ftavoM JOMt: Hawthufn K<i»..n< w^-.u^^ Aiif^-n 
naaer. Alee Oardtner. Htldt Ura- , rmlart^and iiWUmTII i Alan Newell, Juv< . st<-wi. <;iiarii^ 
ham Norman Or»y, IXtf-othy Ilarrla. '-ruci^fiL • Oroth ,1m, ^. Pd rr'i>.>n Ki.-n Hiuf 

iiarljjfii liigUil.-w Hetty Jamiesoii, prooioted Lo Grade V ■ aecrnid ' aiIpi. Wu.v-ii BfUy 

lenn' PYank B*•^t, Kr»xiM» Clarke ' t'Coth Dick IVnjanhv Murruv Mar 



W:i-in 'Oradc V' Elmner B««er- u^vui Kiik.M.i^i. 
man 'Grade IV'. dcportmant, Rob- i uxmimt. Kuaha 



art GOarfce tttada Vi. Sv» miaen 
(Grade IV) ; ncnlailty and ponetn- 

alUy, Amanda Bcnaen, Margrarrt 
Cart. PhylUs Kerkln. David N»>- 
■nlth. Havld Slater, Oordon Wat- 
WQaon, NoraWMAM. 

OBADB VUI 

Senior Wrttlnv Certincatm Tlir 
foUoa*ln« pupils have b^Mi owanlfil 
Senior Writing Certitica'* > 

I;i Mic MacLean ^j-u-ui - 

(,*-■:,!,,.■ Kuggle, Marie trie- 
wn. Ut^rwudf Beltler, Doreen Ken- 
nelly. Feme KIAy. Oenevtaw 
Uddle. Marjorie Uarglsao, Jaek 
WUer. 'PecBT MMDousaU. Annie 



Alia King Tomlj^orry^ c,.xw..r!li, 
MacdonaW. Pat fj^,,^^ Ponr.ster, 



Mn ilMe Wf, aUda MwgttHw ay. l^d n-^^j^,, Holberton, Flor- 

Mafigem l c . Aarlie Mtftiee. *"i''«;eiice Jones, aaiy UjvcII Aiet Mac- 
Mclismaii, RUBer IfaRon, l uiu ^ggM p^ul Smim Marnnt Walk- 
Metn>, OWrord MUler. Mhy Miller ^^T^i* Wart. RoderST^^T 

Ella' Monk. Airrnl Perry. Ufl<-n ruilllllied ll> filBlIn T iflmt 'r^n ' 
Rowan. Mary Hpeliniin, ' •"'■<^"" , ^AUafl Baytti; IMaBd Campbell 



Anne t'r,>'ki-t^ 'i"- .'v(;tt> 
Walter 'iKyer.i Mabel l-^uir, May jiudson 



Itobert Pimm 



PiwiMHad from Qrade Xb to u- 
Laimnoe baPolste. imne Soott. 
MUmI BbiHe, RatJi Haokm. n^ryl 

OOaCai; DsnUiea MUIer i >e«rite 
Adamii. OfWrRe Hyeda Wa!'«r I->wr 

Nelfctrti Mii.-TUi Prank Hii:>I;tv 



Stevenson. EllxabeUi Wilson, ^H-^ly* ' a^i^n Oraww, Lee LeiKfaton. Enid' l^eonard Ruwe. 



Y viinni' 



Inaher 



L«ette Ofay, Maivaret Benaen. Peg 
lift Klrt»y, Jamee Rofab, Thomaa 
Jomik Ida Imuran. 

GRADE vm—Drv. n 

RbUa of Hnmir l^nflrifn.> n-^it.- 
ford Peters; deportment. Aieunder 
Mrl^ a n ; reguJarMdr and punctu- 
alttr, Alw a n de r U. JanUne. Oene- 



regulaHty and puncCuaUty/ Gbarlea 
PanUng, Fay ockeadea. Marsby 
AloBUMler. Wart Itatttw m Kay, 
Walt« Bacill. AHba MCUtean. 
Charlie callow. 

GRADB DIV. Vn 

Rolls of Honor— Profldteaey. Rdlth 
Davles: deportment Alfred Dc^Mon; 



wnght j^cj. ^^ort. Harvey Mlnnis 

I'romot«1 u. (irade VII 'not m Aandra MUflVOe. BUly llaMraea. 
uHler ur merr Mtirshy Alrxaiider. j^iyi^s PurtKf. AIbU IteSnfoL 'ObHf- 

.Miiiy AlexaiidP! Ted AjilJlon, Sidney j taa Whytf 

li;irrun liilly tJeiinetl, MlAl^l Ben- i promote*! to Orade IV i.seconil 
Joyce Ution. Carla tiuun, Jean BurneiL. Charlie Cal- t^nQi jitm-y^et Bryson. UunaiiJ 

low, Dur eeii camenm. AUeen Cur, jnuiih, Joe lambert, P*My Wbyte. 
■Ueen Oarhe. Rugene Ootkr. mbcl BCarraret Worth 
nbrndenawt Phyllis DUworth. Ui- division vi 

Uan XtmiMetaB, Marjorie Dixon, 

FIo^,sle nrlv«- Robert Dron«fleld. !rt.>il^ of Honor ProfJ^ienry HheO* 
aSoiiinittrMth K«)l. Helen OCk- Jan. s Dryvlalr Jarnm Uuncari. ; 'I'P^r^tmenl I><.re*n Cirj^^^ 

«■». Betty BoberU-m. Clara Itowe- Harfla, Ian K«y. Haze! Kemp. Elisa- 'T^^r^XHASr^ """^ 



bottom TdR Triirsin. Amy Warn. 
Bthel whiiAorHi. ailHt Wlton. 
Kathleen W*.l..nii 

Promotion* to High Sc hooi wiU be 
published bf Xbm D«partaMnt of 

Education. 

promoted "o Ormde VIII ( not pi 
order of merll)— Vida Andnws, 



beth NJacKay, ixyrx.-. MaA-^(«iiiid. 



sheUa WataoA. 
Promoted te 



Orade 11^-Altoen 



JoyT« Bell, Evelyn AdAin.s ( ie<*ge 
Keelar. Doris Pord, rerr\ It^irl I 
DIVISION III 

PYiJiTi'^rd to Ora.de III Juiii't. ' 

Hninii'Ud t^i rirade 11* -ClltTord , 
Howell 1 1' liRitt-s U-u -k ChrlAlopher 
Smith. Joftephin* I'errt. May Ran* 
kin. OatharliM' lu'ii^r Beryl ^itt 
Peter OhOW, Alan Sued. JMtNQT 
Hannay. Ada Adanu, Rnuna Oian, 
Jack Leong. 

On trial— Btlly BHidiwa Tom 
liottenhead. Mdr Dn«M. AUi- 
talr McLeod. 

Promoted tO Oraa. Iris 
avles Vuki lol. Oeontii-.' .^-'J .mcIi^ 



Wdili of BBBop-^Proflclfficy. Helen ■ Milne 



mulantv and punctuality, Robert ; Edna Ban-, Klma Barr. Audrey Blck- 
Benien. Laura Bianco, Margaret 1 ford. Douglaa Bouro Vtotal Brow^ 

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Lijfllle McKay ALce Mcl^^iian. 

R-,bm M*ir. Wiliian. Na>«iiJU. Kay . oertnale Both. Doreen Crow 

oiker.dt-n, Charlie J^nUiuJ l>oi-oUiy , jj^^j. ina Dl35oi» Maryuerlte EUlolt I T'aul l^un*; itui,.»n Maijn'- 
)'f .in i- JcfTrrv Havrn. Jofie ^ea- i [„ne Paunch Mora Oav Emeai ChuUtieni. Laura WeWi, Ito»..- 1-^ 
t,- - k Aiuietto S€*l?rook. KuUi 
Sai.d.v Hubert , Smith. Jainca 



Strceion. Uorla Sharp, Salab Bbot- 
ton. Ktta Spark. HUda Thame. Row- 
land Wateon. aaibam .W^ittiv> 
Olorta walker, TMorta Wood. 

to Orada VI <not to 
of mertt)— MHsacet Ann- 
■bmor. BMa adik 0«Kve Bacnaa, 
Jack Baniee. Alan. Batey. Jamaa 
BeekMte. Dod* Bdl. nobert Bm 



Irene Paunch. Mora ("iay 
( iawley Hojw Hr*i)i Jtu k Gray 
Klfrlda Hibbard. Vernon Hooper, 



(iord'-n Oladyr^ IriitlW- Nancy 

Kyle, Bet.y Long. Jolui MacPberaon. 
OeraM Marttwr. Robert Matbewooo. 
Aloe Merrtaan. Barbara Miller, Ada 
Mutch. Lotfie Noon. Jtea PtaiUps. 
laabel Ramiay, BnlgPB Tvfi^, Dor- 
othy X^mur. etwt MMr, ^Aln- 
ander Walker, flMlb WMaau, BeUtr 
WhltakCT 

Promoted to Grade IIU Ix>rna 



oen. OonkD y»t*'"**^r Arthur Berry. „ 

SnrsESTjean Biwchley. Burton, Margaret Onmn Jean HaUl- 
iii Ti ■■■ Hiiiiiiiii Brawn Haaeli***'- J**^"* Rarrts-.r n.nmiw MUler. 

Dorothy Carter. Getrtve iT.p;.^* ■ -t ■ r. 
Norman Clarke. Iiobert i iBrkr. 



Vrtda Colmean. Vlr»uila Colley Vic- 
tor rooprr, Muriel C^Tighu-n Kditti 
Davie* A]tr*rl 1 >i>(i6on. R<Tt*Tt Dun- 
can. Leslie Pane. Harry Farey I^or 



Promoted to Grade IV on trial— 
I3avid Anetey. Bniot Omne, Bet0 
Aiidwcka 



DtvuiON vn 

Rod! of Rooor— Proflttlanor. Regl- 
oald AttweU: de po r li ne a t, Joorce 

othy Olnlwwl. Maruarrt Ooid.smiui. , 

ben HUl. nonaW HuahM, **f^«yr,Ore»e. Pauline Onrtn Barbaim 
HUghea. June Jardlne, TheoJarJtoO. nrovev Neil lUnser Jack Inflls. 
HaroJd Johnctone. Joyce JoDlcy. Manon Lome, Jovce MrLean. Ver- 



Cora KerlEln. PhylUa Kerfcin. Bert 
KlDcfc. John Klifeendalo, Jeesle 
Knowlai. Oordon Lorg t V>kl, Victor 
Lee. Kenneth MboDonald. AUlaUr 
MacKay. Bdith MaeKay. Eddie 
Maaon, Bobby Mat.thew>i Bi->bhy Mc- 
AUlster. Richard Milr" Irene Miller 



noa MiMahon Ji>y Ntxon Barbara 
O'Oonoghue, peter Over. Orleane 
Patenoo. Joyce Sourrah. Pred Btoba. 
Jban Tttokwcll, Paul Wbeadoo. Rob- 
ert Wllflc. Joyce WooUard. 
Pranoted on trial— Walter WUaon. 

Prnmotod lo OtRde TI ' itecnnd 
David Naynmlth. P'-ar. -fv Ni.if ,).>> ■'• \ , Muriel Forre.sUr Eileen Grll- 
NorrlF, ELdP Olding. Nnelle Owen im iitiiy I-itijioert. Winifred MQOr- 
tiordon PtnneU, Billy Pollard. Bevcr- . houwe RuUi I'avne. I>oreen ""fltTf. 
ley Preaeott. Thoiu Rldout. Vialet|ailda Tinli*'r Albert UnwUt. 
not>«rtann. Oxutaoce Rove, Atffcl uivisiON vm 

l^'^Zr r^iSTHmlSJ^J^ «£ll?' Honor-ProfleWH-y. Pcoy 

5Kl33-n^ilL^«r^w^S-iI«^ punclualliy and re«ularlf.v. Marlon 

^wSS^N^Wir^STHSJe I " '""t >rn.. 

Bhet WlLv.n. n.e-xlnre M^^'^^i^/'L^SirB^^' 
Wljjjr Oa»lto. woouey. SSSx SSllfklSSSS; 

^*>^^ strnnc Ottmey. OonU Ocditar, 

promoted to nmde 5 'not In order 1 David Orai^ Pamela OrfBBtn. J«Mie 
0^ mertt>— Oeirvc Ball. Bert Ben- 1 Hepburn. Audrey Lovell. BUI Lnney. 
nett. Amanda Renaen. Ge<>'T'' Irene Murray, Pecsy OTfellL Vinotnt 
Brown. Jerald Cain. Prank Eliw f-: , i-,v,.np oilbert Ricbe, Albert Rowe, 
PtelAcn. Eleanor Hagemian. A:ice Mitrtiaret Scholat, BdiaiBa de Bt! 
Manon Rhonwen Ma.'>on. Kenneiti Jnue. Brenda Smith, PlMMa 
QuagUotte, KUeen Sargent, NeUie Audry Skalie 



\x,r\s Chan. Hubert Lee, Roy Kn-fi 
Norman UtUe. Kenneth Pbubistrr 
Eva Otm. Arfebur Ballay. Mary 
Wilson. 

On trtel-BldiD Wi t e wO ie. Mar 
garafe AlltfB WB. Bdtth M MIir. 

Quadra Primary . 

DIViaiON IV 
Honor RolU - PreOcJeDcy, Boee 
Wong; deportment. Betty ilowj 
i^mlartty and puwtaaW. AKnd 
ftm Netooa and Oeon^ Inwaid 
Tbooua. 

Promoted from Orade lb to 
Orade la, in order of mertt^Roee 
Wong. Mary Leung. Peter Wong. 
Oeorge Rosa. Bthel G1U1&. May Ngal. 
Roland Lee. Betty Hon'-**. Allred 
NiriMin. Mary Earl, iWnaa Kuwa- 
bara. DOMIbr Ovrtu. George 
Thomaa. MlNbad XJneek. Manant 
Bma O tono. A delyd 
Patteneiu lyosHI 
Edna l-acourslere. John 



Tblt. FMer TanlB. 



Margaret JmkUu 



Promoted to Orade T 
term)— Norman Anderson, wiifr<*'* 
Brf^^ Ootln Campbell. Janie.s -^i' h 
Oeceiie tiord. oordon McNeill. Uavid 
McKeau. Jean MflLean. Vera Smith. 
Teddy Whue. Mhiwaseft WUUs. 
DIVISION IX 
RodB of aaoor PiolWileuciy, Man 
whyte: dapettteent. Xnua Palk; 
regularity and ponetMlltr. Belen 



DIVISION I 

Rolln -^r Honor— Deportment, Allan 
Jane*. retrnlarUy and punctuality. 
Victor No-ni. Helen Mulrh, Art 
Leaaon. Allan Janes. l^HWiard Hib- 
berson, .'ean Hy^lop Gnrdoti Uun- p^;;^;^ 

away. Connie B^rinw < : vni Andrewt. I rrr^,,rra to orade Vll on tnal 

DIVISION II I iiennet; Barry. I>«iUe Clark. ObarUe 

Rolls of Honor — Proficiency narcun, Thoma.i Scoular. Baibf Tbl- 
F"r«nre.>i Patemon. deportment, hUl, Jimmy TuthlU 
Llevelini Best . regularity and 
puncLuaiity. Margaret Jackaon. 



DIVISIO.N I 
Honor RolU— ProAf lent y William 
Alfred Cotton; deponm*Ti- Wwltei 
Ernest Knotty. r*>Rular:r\ j.-iu [.iiiu:. 
tuaUty, Maude Deanc-Preemau. Ku} 
Alpine- MlUer, OOIMB Seanor 
Maude Cox. 

Promoted from Orade II Senior 
to Orade lU Junior, In order ol 
nwrtt— WUhaa Cotton. Locna Pul- 
ton, welter Knetla. teyllb Robil- 
Uanl. May OomeM. Doreen Cojt. 
WUllam Mllbum. Maude Deane- ; 
Prceman, Robert Hae.i Hoy MUler. | 
Denham Alton. Florent-e Woodnif! i 
Phyllis Battle, Ivy lyon-ird, EUrn j 
Hogan. 1.4lllan (in-xlon. Wurren < 
Cameron. Beatrice Murray, WilUam 
Wektwood, Lome Puller. Donald 
Mclntyre. WHbert Kuwubara, 
Oladye Mobey, Bdna Otay, Irene 
UndJey, Joan Barlow. JinUg Rob- 
ertson. Nell Boyle. Norman Oreen- 
AeU, Margie Earl. WlUrad MoOuffle. 
WUUam Walker. Victor Merrlman. 
DIVISION a 
HOOtf RoUe— ProQciency, Peter 
Mutton: deportment. Olyn Crrtgh- 
lon. reffulanty and punctuality, 
'seconti phvlli.' AJipiiiwall. Christina Barr, 
u-<\ Buck. Laura Gardom. Valen- 
ce lumsdai" Viola BBBdOi Jean 

bcott. Robert tiniirJi. 

Promoted from Grade H Junior 
to Orade II Senior, In dldar of 
morlt-Mv BanMer. Ooofl White, 
Doris Btroud, Joy Buek. Margaret 
Craig, Edgar Burley. Fred Bmlth. 
StaiUey Smith, Chrlitliut Barr. I.il> 
Sml'h. Arthur Sage. Viola 8and.v 
Ctofdon Iie\*y. Pumlko Kondo. VhI- 
entlne RamJtdalc. Robert Smith. 
Edith Brown Joyce nnl .lotin 



Clarke Moaea. Joan CDOOOghue. 
Betty Patterson. Bait ara B diolee. 

Promotad to Ocade vm— Phyliu 
Awmack. Nelson Banlleld. Lleweti.m 

Beet, Mary Bland Jean Boonell. < Pted Leason. Tbmmy Leasoci 



Th«nnpMm. PhyUla AaplnwaU. El- 
Promoted to Orade \^ Joan Bay- ^'^n^'' HanqMk JtvUl* Obalawn. 
Ue, Lealle Bridge, Donald Morton PromoUd dMda I Senior to 
David Ttaomae, Maij Wbyte. ! orade n Junlar, in ofder of raerlt~ 
PraraoCed to Orade V <second ' Muttnn, Dean Beott. Oeorge 
term) — Patey Andenoo, Ronald,!^ Bua, Mynir carter, T^aurn Oar- 
Bonnetl. Inaa Mk. Oaoiilna Ryn? dom, John LoRie. p^ntc\ Lord, Glyn 



Marjorle BridKe F'ai Brien. Kathleen 
Bnnkman, ftohert Brooker Owen 
Bur' -in , V(]:<h r-r^-hrt Inn FTaiOlt, 
Dorolhv llauKh Mildred Hawke, 
Donald Herri John Howard. Donald 
Home, Bobby Humbervtoof. Dorothy 
Hume. Stella Ingram, Margaret 
Jacluon, Kenneth Lawaon, Verlyn 
EAWKin, Allan MdMn. »imle<i 
Millar. Darby Milli, darfte Mflaoe. 
Joan O'Donoghue. BUeen CNetl. 
Prance,^ Palemon. Betty Patterson, 
c.eon:'' P.um- Kenneth Pitman. 
I'rr \ ■^■itr.l Hartiara Heholes, MW* 
■ inc rir V'T, Bemlce Unwln 
I'nrti'^iefl on trial— CTirl-^tine Ad- 

11 1 son . Catharine Beaton, Harold 
oardnor. 

iHVisroN in 

Rolls oC Honor Proflriei iKir. 
othy Oawleyi department. Janir^ 
Maedonald: legularllv and pono- 
tualKy. Vernon Adle. Rer BMMp, 
Margaret DalaeU. Dorothy Gawley. 
Predenek Leigh ton. OoUn Turner. 
Ror\nld Mayell. ROger Newberry, 
p.-jtnna Rlden. 

Promoted to Gmrir VII— Vernon 
Adle. Alfred A. Bnnkman Kathleen 
n*isf Rot DlKhfTp KrnneLh Cav. 
FTl i,'j»l>e(Ji fanip'!'- ?',.r liAr.t f . k 
burn. Doreen J, Dod.'-wonh. Marjorie 
D, Dodeworth. Beanor D. Dbmn. 
Margaret C. Datall. DonNhy Pair- 
rlough. Ranald W. fttrdongh, Ver 



Crrtghton. Albert CiRii.vr, 'I 'stoma 
Promoted to Grade V 'second Shimlmj Kenne'Ji Malek. Daryl 
tarmi on trlal—cniarUe Ounawv 
Arthur Luney. Blloen " 



Spring Ridge 



Wllle. 



Mr,r)iinr(.i^h. Robert 



DH ISION III 

RoHa of Honor Prof.fieii. i t>>n- 
nJd Nrbel deporLnienl Bi-ti'. .Skln- 
-v r rrpulaniv ind punrtuiitity 
Kathleen Battle. Bernice Pati.erson 
PmnoUooa In order of merit 
from Orade Xa to Orada m^—Don- 
aid Nebel. Bemloe Pattereon. Roy 
Vtnoent, BeUy Skhmer. BtOr Oale 
Trie WllUama. DrviuUla Lock Ruth 
June WelU L«wrpnoe 

MtMtL. iihi ; , „ Muurae. vohnnv nnnihler Nnmiart 

^SUlSSSSS: 1^^^-, ^"^"^^ not, Charlea HoKan MlklV.o Tun.n 

SiJr*ISS Bte^^ as > "^^^ 
ton Mabel Chan. Noreen Pnkv 



DIVISION I 

n^iM of Honor— nvOelMMV. Ha- 
t)e::e McAlplna; iloiiniKiiiai. Ptny 

Groom 

Prmnotwl Grade TV laabelle 
McAlpme, Norman MUlar Tom , „^ 
Wont. Oae wing. Joshua Wong k^wl^;;^ 



June Bickerdlke. Jeanne 



bert Jepson, I>avirt Rankin Jr^nn 
MoLeed, Sidnev W^Lson. Williani 
OhoW. I>Uncan Turner Robrri Webb 
Dorothy nnberiv. BiUy Barhrmr 
■We WB4.-on. Jark Rafter Bobble 

GBAOE n~OIV 11 
RoQs of Honor Proficiency. Annie 

McLean: deportment, Mori Mon- 

moto; regularity and pnnelneJitp, 

Pearl MoIlmoyL 
Promoted lo Orade m— Annie 

McLean. lona Jenner, John Oower. 



Charles Cooper. Mori Morlmoto 
onlea R. Pranels. Dorothy M. Oaw- A'»ra''^ T*""* Doreen Rmadfoot 
ley, AUeen B Grant Andrew r Hill. 
Dorothy In«ll.^ Dorolhv lMpa\ For- 
re?»tyr R J«rk«>r. Pr-virrlrlt R 
\jr\([hU^v A1 vin K InnA Ku'-*e'l P 



Slhel Plrr^r ' p .-inia Murgatroyd, 
Thelma : ' MrUmoyl. Vic- 

toria Tylr. l^wis White, Kenneth 
wren, Kenneth Dick* WUllam Mar- 
I.vall J«me* A Ma^-donaid Audrey 'hall, Robert Thorbum. Norman 
M MarFarlanr R (Trmond Marrlr.n Bdna Drlamont, Doreen 

Ronald B Maveil Ro«er Newberry. ingharfL Thelma Modtn. Dorothy 



Gordon H Morrle, Leonard Paee> 
more. Donald C. Peteraon, Barsfl F. 
PaOett. Barbara R. RMen, Patrtela 
a RSden, Allen O. Reelde. Mtamle 
Scoular. Mary L. Smyth. OoUc R 
Ttimer and PhyUta M. White 

Pronxited on trial— Page A. Olark. 
Jean McNeU). 

DimiON IV 

Rons of Bonot^Profl cl enej. John 
Arm«trrmg. diwr tui em, JteaaBeur- 
TRh re«ulartty and puootMUty, Tton 
fMi/eii KennHh Jonei. Betty 
O'Donrdhue. June B^tirrah. 

iTomoied to Grade VI John 
Armstn-ine Beatrice Barry Joan 
niand Barbara Bradford. Clifford 
Brmon Tom Dalodl. Tllllen ffkl^lll 
Olive PWioett. DoMjlU VM* JMt 
orean. Bdvln BenT Joan HkU. 
Beatrtov H arf ii ieHf . BIDto I>«tla. 
Kenneth Jonaa VInia 



Martin. Kathleen Btona, PM Rlch- 
aideon. Oeorge narvty. Alftad 
Ime^. nneoDt Patt^mn. Plorenoe 
MMeler, Peter Tou. Mabel Wong. 
Doris Low. Gordon PDutatater. Chl- 
yoko Raehttnoto. 

On tr i al naso r BnyaKmrn. Le«Ue 
Bterena, MMe BglA DMUd Me- 



DIVISION IV 

Mil of Bonor— ProadeDcy, Billy 
Broadfeot: deportmnb Joyee Btev- 



MARKEirR WW m 
VICTOKIA 



Rloharda. Vera WlUta Lome Dixon. 
Charles MIDar. Waftrr Plndley 

nmsiov I— CRAPE vm 

RoUa of Honor — Regularity and 
ponelailMr* Mary aawda. 

GirU' Cemind 

DIVISION I 
Ro!l)i of Honivr Pmnetenrv Joan 
Pmr^ deiionrn'-nt. R/vnltA E Bom: 
rettulaniy an'I punrluallly. Plorenoe 
r. Malrolm Alice M SUeUerib MlMg 
8 Goffln. .MarRarri E CookeOBlt Om- 
tnda X. Mnckle. Anne Baptr 
DIVISION II 

RoIU Of Honor -Prtrflcleney, Violet 
Elsie Merryrieid ; deportment, UOrlel 
Crawford rertitaritv and punctu- 
ality. Anna Vleiona Cleeirtaoan. 
<tniiindii Jaoa oilUg, jeyne IMlr- 
knra Plaoh. 

DIVISION ID 

Rolls of Honar— ProAekikcy. Betty 
Webber: depertaaotk Oanee Bamer; 
regulartty and pu uUu aBiy. Betty 
Webbw. lUen DooweU, Donen Bccre, 
Noreen Payiw. Mar)orte Ooatea. 
Daphne WimaoM. pyanoaR Oraham. 
Ruth LL 

Promoted from Grade v[l to 
Orade vin rv-tv w^-hber Ruth u. 
Bnher Porri Pemy KtttV'^n. Prance.; 
Oraham Betty Andemiri Daphne 
Williams. Ahaon Smith Noreen 
Payne. PtvOto Jease M arguert 
DooweU. AnnA Chan. 
Marjorte Oonto^ 




W. B. DV, «h» vea flee yaen tn 
Banff, Atta., en tbm ma of 
■noaiartvBL vlive Iw im 
mar In timrtt of tb* bal 
opaned en oflloe tn Me 
Klernio! ' 1044 CoTllna^ fltrf«« Mr 6ay bai^ 
TvogBie lAWsnn. Margaret !.ietghton. ' had nw twe^tT yearn )>xpn^enoe 

Lorenr Lomlvy Charles Maefnm bMh m rrurUnd and r-anada in the niv|sii»N iv 

nWML Ronald Mael^an Ije-lie Mr treatmen' ^ rr^immum nn^l p^„,, ^.f ii,.,jot PTT.ftrieprr 
Mahon. Stanley Mondle. CVtlenKo ictatlea splendid r*a.iiu M*rl*iifir> i^'^^rur^i-i}' viai Ht. 

Miller Oswald NMrbetTT, Setfy TVeatJuentA are given pa'len'a » ' beriAtn rtsytilarltv »T\ii p-irv^JialU-T. 
CDonoehue Manraret Purdy Rtnian hf i-*^ home fi-U a-m OfBc* mrtip Arjener Gertrude Brovnlng. 
Rol>ert.«oin lOinor Ru'tan Jtme hoin^ ? 'n ^ p rn ir hr appoint f- ^ fi : 'awvm, MMp Oale. msl- 
Sntrrah. Jean Tinker Msurlre WaJ-jment ConsulUUons free. Phone ^Tynne Malrotm. 



July Clearance 



CQ^TS: 



ft FROCKS 




$1475 jp 1^ $775 

TheSOUTHAFRICANPLUMESHOP 

Women's R«*dy-tn-Woar and MilUnery 
747 Yatne Street Pbone 281B 



Safety Cab Company 

We wiah to announce that wa are no longer tising Fords in 

our aervic*. We arn Qsiiiff Dodcna aitd Bufeks. 
RATES ARE THE SAME PHONS MOO 



Holiday 

Attractions 

Monday, July 1 




DANCING 

W ith the new Crystal Oarrirn Or- 
chestra — finest on the C^a.-it- fanc- 
inp at thf Tea Hnnr. MunHrtx. 4 to 
5:30, anU again from *J to i.^ mid- 
night 

SWIMMING 

Pool oju n ;i!I (1a\ from 0 a.m.- 
to ^ p.m. Kcfreshmentft on 
the Promenade ml all hours, 
t 

Crystal 



Orade VUI— Jean MaelMiln. 
fT.-M nianell n>w1e OMriianlt. Mil- 
dred stark. Mane Adeiw) Margaret 
Wong, Haloe Wateon. Betiv Oale. 
Ruth Bi«bea, Megy Oodfter. Doris 
Ootdlcott 

Promoted fmm Orade VT f/. 
Orade VII May Herttertcon. BLheJ 

mat Maleota. Oertruda 
MS, LUUaa Daana, Olgn 
gar*. Mar)oTie BroOgb. 

BtVSSMHf V 

Wrther mniK P i ufl i ikgi ij. Mkrr 
■uabeth Merfr; dMcteni. Jean 
Alexandria Miirtal .liSliMiM; ragv- 
larlty and punetnalBp, Mw Bdto 
Cre«d. Oaudla Bfieda Jease. Mar- 
■vet MucAle. Mary ClrrMlenan 
DIVISION T 

Promoted from Orade VI to 
orade VH—Mary Morry wmirred 
Oxendalr. Peggy Markle, lrer.e Mac- 
Lacblan, Nanoy Martin. Peggy 
Wemym, Beryl RInchcMfle. Kathleen 
ICorrtaa. Violet Bay. Mar)ar1e Det- 
naotro. Bva BaDaod. OMndIa Jame. 
Plvne Ooe. MeM Nleol. Brelyn 
OMSM. Jan JOhnaoh. Pecgy Mui- 
MSer. Vema Bam. Irene seoble. 
mjgd Oftwd. Jon* Maroh Rbde 
SwMfc Dorothy Vamha.-r. TMagle 
HtWlUn Vera *»wan .Tentle Wnreji 

Bnorj. .i'-'-ivn Mrt.:arief. Marr 



niTlfflON VT 

ProBetSBey. Biddah 
ttepartnien^ 



Margaret KUa Law. Oladya Conrla 
Cna Lee. Marjorle Conk 

Promoted from Grade V to Grade 
V7a— Huldah ["junn Parr. 
Allre Dawson. Annie Moye^^ Helen 
Broc* Patrifia jiuinay. Dorothy 
Meihiiish v<rn Jameo, Ms Bvan*. 
Dorothy i>bviji. Barbara WlWlow. 
Bra Lee. Bather Shaw. Vera Lea, 
Mattte Brant. Irene Oatnsbury, 
Mvtel Campbell. Helen OHIUand. 
OaMwHiis powrli. ottw Shinkar. 

Merlone rmittan Mar)or1e Cook. 
Nane^ l-,.-*. ; Mwanref Iaw. Bdna 
Lnxton. Muriel Rot)!!!**! Kathleen 
OoraUb. Olady* i^ornn 

Promoted or vr^^r 4 wnrb- jDaiue 
McKay f>oToaic m -nrt- 

nfVlSKIN \\\ 



R/UU of Honor Refulartty, 
TV.r ("'laTlt. 'oyer Eden Mar*el Km^. 
man Albert* Mamarit Vera Par- 
fliL Rooe Aaranson , prof ic>fi'-y, 
Vera MlBCll: dgpgglBgBiL Men* 
Allan. 

Pmnintad to Onido Vb — Vbra 
Parfttt Lole lA Roee Aarmn. Al- 
berta Ma\'TTir*1 Elearw rnaT%. Mooa 
Allan Giad/r Hulrk Avak^ Ton- 
ed*. Dorothy Plsrcy. Jeaal^ Palrnner. 
Margate- Smith. Dapiine nmunnna. 
rUMr Muinner Marvar«l n<jljrt/>n. 
H'iei) ''rn»orth Muriel Marlln. 
Karvil L^e . laobel Rtmn« Aiidrey 
MarghaU Alleea Onham. Ooift 
l^«r«nee. Idtth llinothy. Joyee 




i 



THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. B,a SUNDAY, JtMi: 30, 1929 



Churches and Their World-Wide Work 



-•H^dL Who 



4>dbe in time pMt wto die by *e prophets, heth « theie leH ^y* ipoken unto w by HU Soii."-^ei»reu). i. /- 



CANADA AND 
EMPIRE AI 
METKOPOLIIAN 

Religious FJf'fiHMit in N.t 
tionhood to Bf blrrs.st'd 
b y D r. Sipprell and 
Destiny of British Empire 

MtiVSOrO/s/s il 



NcH IVtv^lnteriaii 
l*riiiri|ml 



I 



MetropoliUn Unlied Church will 
offer patrlfrttc •ervlcca today In 
public MTVlfp and »t Sunrtsy 
•chooL "Ctnoda and th*- Ffiiplrp" 
wtil bp i\'-a\\ in ih>* ■JTinoti.'. of 

tr,.' iM ■■■■ A' : 1 

(, . |... V i H-s iiif Land of (.Jp 

pnr'Nnitv' Will be Uie Mb)aeC lor 
meUiuUon. Dr. eipprall wUl urie 
llMl reUfUiD ittould Iw * distinct 
•MsBMifc In our mtlon*! life, and to 
ttafee OuMli ClirtotUn ihould be 
ttw ebmcltat* go^ 

At 7:10 Dr. SIppren will apeak 
en '^rtUtn u the Oreateet of Bm- 
plres." He wUl deal with lu ortirln 
and character u unlike anythin« 
that haa yrt ■pprarpd in thr hLstory 
of empirw. and inqwlff h'>w ihf 
citrtena can brsl serrr Its Intrrr^Ls 
At the pvenlntt wrvlce Mr P. A 
Oihhi wlM slnw "nio PubllcMi," by 
Van 'Ir VviiUT and Dr T. RTjBIUIftj 
»U1 Slug -nierc'a a Land." by AJ- [ 
Utaon. 

Next Sundity momini a aervke ol 
thankillvtni lor tiw recovery of . 
oar Klnc wlU be held In acoonl with 
a similar service hrld at that time 
in Weslmlnater Abbey The mid- 
week service on WrHn'^siiay will be | 
conducted by ihr pu -hT and the j 
■tiidy or "What .IrMi.'. Said" will be 
continued Rerpption scrvlrp for I 
new memberK will be held on Sun- 




itt-:\. 1 



Nt ort M^rKt-NWR, 
MJk-, Th.D. 

mUtT •«nl Chnrrh GvVMrnaMI at t^Ttm' 
hfUrlaB C*IW«. MmItmU lflM> «M 

■MM« »rl»ci»*i vf that iMtltvlUa hv u* 
riMtjlMlia OMMnI (UMBklr im I*. 
MrWijft — ■- a**, or D, J. 

fMeTtlLS^wha «m »- rwU* — 

■■■■■ai vc ■ M a ir i K a <w mw >< 



turtMd a week •«» ncUtered an al- 
most uoaaUnoM JntffmenL lavoring 
ihH Single awfla* for tlia Mld-«UB. 

■HIT period. 

mrn^ TV m 
mm mm 

St. Marye Purt* to Betwhre Mabop 
«f Cabiiahia gyento« Preacher. 
Bcv. C ■. B. Crapper 



NANAIMU MAN 
WILL COME TO 
riKSI UNIIEO 

Rev. F. W. Andr.son Will 
Exchange With Rev. B. 
G. Gray at Quadra Street 
QvirA Today 

HAS nWU AL 

TREHE TONIGHT 



Ttie Firvi. Unii^d congregation 
will wplvnmi' -for Iho first time to 
ILi SWV1CC& Itev F W Andereoo. 
M A,, of Nanalmf. who will preach 
at both galhiTtnKft today. Mr. 
AnriiTAnn came a yar affo Irom a 
succcnaful poatoralp in Port Hojie. 
Ont.. to take char;;r -! S'. Andrew's 
United. NanaUno. He is favorably 
known ma an nble preacher. Rev. 
Bruce a. Oraar» the Flnt Church 
MiUtanr paator. wUl preach In 
NaHUmo. The muilcal Mrvioes *t 
flnt xmitod wm be f uHy malA- 
tufTMfrt during the Bununsr. 

The moralng tbane Will be "A 
Man Bent ntan Ood^" and In the 
evening an *approprtale topical 
Herman oo "National Oreatness." 

Recognition of the public thanka- 
RivinR of Kins Oeorge will be made 
next aunday at both service* in 
ooounon wali ihe Chriximr 
'hurches throughout the Empire 

Vhr musical pari of li.t -crMtT l* 
frillowR: Uomlni^. aiKlirm. KIdr 
of Kings" lOaleb Smipcr' Evening, 
onihrm. "And tht- Olory" t Handel i; 
Miio charioi.:, of the Idrd" tBdtff. 
Mr". W H v.'l.nn 



Hra<L<« l.4iym«n of the 
Tnitefi Chiireh . 




OR. A. H. l*»:UFt.l I 

Wto wM mmia* pMaiemit af th* Imt 
AuMMm •! «ba DalM Ctanh •( 
ffaaaO at Um «aahal il nl lia awMu. 



A PATRIOTS PASSION 



United — C'ongreraUon Decide 
•a Slagla lerrlae 



Todav't .MTvires at Oak Bay Unit- 
ed Church include a Communion 
hour in the morning at IS o'dock. 
•nd a patrlotte tlwiM at VM. The 
devotkmal thought for the morning 
will be. "Thou Prcpartet a Table 
Before Me" The anniversary of 
Canada OonfederaUon will be 
rr.irkcfl thr evenlna l-,rMir. fhe 
wori'hip 1p) in ftrranned ar'uind Uie 
tlv'iiaiht Thr Pnvlon of the Chrutt- 

Oak Hay United will venture upon 
the experiment of a atngle morntng 
worahtp hour during the roootha of 
July and Aogiift. A large vote re- 



There «01 ba a eelebratkn of 
Holy communkm In Bt. Idary'B u>- 

day at 8 o ctock The Sunday school 
teachers are SAkrd to attend this 
iervlre MntHi and ^irm'in ai 11, 
When the i^rd nuUiop will preach. 
iut Anthem. R»en la Thy Mcroy, 
Lord" *Barnby> Holy BapUsm WtU 
b« admlnuierad at 3:80 o'eloek. 
■veneong and Mnnoo. 7:30. Tba 
preaebar wlU IM Wm. C. B. S. Crop- 
per, 



PREACHERS AT 

rWTORU ^EST 

Rev. J. K. Uncworth. D O,. wtU be 
(be momls« praatilwr M Vietorta 
Wert Ontted at 11 o^doek In ttw 
evening R«v. W. P. McHaOe will 
conduct ttie wrvtee. and Mn. Peber- 
nat» at Vanoeim, wm «lng ft aolo 
Sunday Mboet mesto at 13:15 
o'dlook. 



Metropolitan United Church 



»ev 



J aippraU. D4>.. I>artec. B. rarMO*. OitaaM 
t:« a-M.-«niDAT OOIIDOL OMKMI 

t« A.u-cu>m MBrrmoe 

I A.M -"OANAOA. THK LAND OT OTPOKlUHli f '— fa«^ «IFPm«Ui 

Antbrm. "Tr Dmm" <lnuri> 

Trie PM.— THK aRBA-mT oaf mmiUB"— on aimiau. 

^ Antbm. "MaMed U tbt ifaU«i" (Buinat) 
»arii«A sola. "The PuMteaa" (Van da watvi. Mr r 
m»m aalo. •Thm'* a I^ad" <* nil— i t. Dr. T. B. 

Jatv I— Cl>«reh and aaaday 
Wtdnea4ar, Jolr a. I 

10 Atll 



A CMhha 



FIRST UNITED CHURCH 



tvorwrif Mm rmh i ie naa omhai 

iVm. Qaadn MmI aa< B i l ws f ^ mm*> 



■wr. W. a WUaaa. MA. 



D.O 
lar. W 



a Orar 



nrr r w amwboh. ha., or lUMAiMa'wtu fKUon 
AT aora HOMomi and svBNgto ■o t vm e. n aaa vm 

o hM.* IwamadlhUa and dMiera ll A-MU Bael aa ata. Pi«n«rt«a antf Maien 
Haenrna Anthra. "KIni at Klagr- lOaM aiRtferl 



Central Baptist 



^Af g Praacli Clirigt CnNttedt Crownad and 

Services in Ihe A.O.F. Hall, on Cormorant 5t. Paator: J. fi. Rowell 

Sunday School and Bfble Ogn at 9M A.]ll.~AM Wricomr 

Morning Worship at 11 o'Ock— "ECHOES FROM THE 
CONVENTION, " Gfven by Bro. S. West and the Pastor 



Ev«niiiff Goapel Serriee at TrM. (Song Service at 7:15) 

Lord, 1 Will... But..." 

MR. U B. FOWLER, Well-Known Singer of Calgary, Will Bnnit 
the Gospel In Sonib aa Wefl Lead Mw 5bnc Sarvkt 



Chri&t Church Cathedral 

Sermons for Those 
' "At Sea'' . 



Th* vmf BBV. 



Omn. A oUAiNTitN HA., DO. Daan of CWumbla 
1*1 C«>iir»» of eMianar aeaaae avraiM 
rMMlBa 



_ _ I c««w %m Ban*** m Aavtwar* 
Mr 1— ■'Whaft C%» I hidtavs About Ottr- 
Jito l4-~'^nuu Oaa 1 a«U»M Aknqt 0hrM«~ 
M» n— *-nH|^VIrTO Bma mt J»mm ChrUs- 
a a— -QM I wa*« la Uw HifMtM «f the mMtf 
iW-'Oaa I MMrva hi the ta^iraua of tt* aMar* 



m "Why Ob tm Mumhl" 



StHMIINS FOR 
THE ['[liPLtXED 



DKAN QVAINTON TQ BPBAK TO 
PIOFLB ItBUGtOUSLT 
AT SKA . 



Mme. Shrrry IT ill 
Ih iil If ///( Wv-mV 

Plrat Spiruuai Church. Harmony 
Hall. 734 Fort Street. Bervloe at 
7:30 o'clock. Mme. Sherry wUl 
speak on "The Seven Lotus Gentrea 
oC the Body, and Tb«lr Bpliltual 
Awakening." Allarcwaloaaw. Gome 
early, 

bUUlK lU lilVt 
ClOSIl SLIiVICE 



qH Chnlr I iiiirr Mr. 
Pirfllt U.ll li'-rd.' ^p'^^lal 



r. 



■Iriktag Sertag of Shmmer Sermona 
Aaaanaeed for Cathedral 
BagiB TMgia 

Ihe services In Christ Church 
Cathedral today will be: Holy Com- 
nU^Oa at 8 o'cl<x-k Matins and 
aenaon at ii nnd Evonsnnt: and 
sermon at 7 .'0 oiltxk Tli*- Dean 
ol Colunihia will prirai-h a! the rv*- 
ning service and will takp a.i hi* 
subject -How I C.mif lo Pt-lieve in 
Anvthlnti;? TTn- 'ull t)r i hr f\rit 
of a .'.prrUil roiir-i ■•[ ''i:\:,\y\--T Siin- 
dav fveniiiK .-cvu t.ir : i; i^;*' " A: 

Sen.- 

This series will injluJe sermons 
on 'n'he Vlntin Birth o( ChrUt." 
•THe Miracles." and "Why Pray?" 
The Dean In those addreaaea dealres 
to help tboae who want a faith that 
can hold up Ha head in ttiia teoa of 
modem knowledge, but who at pn»- 
erl feel "At Sea." 

Monday. July \. being Dominion 
Day there will be a celebration of 
the Holy r.'ornnuinir'n at 10 o'clock Id 
the chapel ol the Memorial HaQ 



The choir of Emmanurl Baptiat 
Church will render a special mus- 
ical sen-ice this evening. This spe- 
cially prepared programme oC song 
win end the choir acttvlttoa until the 
Fall, and the anthemv and aoloe 
which will be rendered cm this occa- 
sion will be of a very high Jtand'.nc 
.Several wcIl-kno»-ii ln-mn.-- .iiul 
tuncf. will also be sung during Lhc 
iwrvicp At the morning service the 
choir' wvU .^ing ' Stand Up and niefis" 
tOoR-s ' '.he cjiiiir'Ti'' hcitu; ' a ken 
by Mrs, M. PartUi. Mrs H. li. Clark. 
Mr. H ?.a.ia and Mr Harold Parflti. 

The anthems for the evening aerv- 
lee wUl ha aa (oUowa: "Who Is Like 
Unto Thee?" iSttUlvani. the quar- 
tokte being takan by Mrs. M. Parfitt. 
Mn. O. tttakaon. Mr. O. H E 
Oreen and Jdr F H Partitt; "My 
Boul Truly Wait«th" iRea>: solo 
and chorus, " Diit the Lord Is Mlnd- 
fMi! - tMrnrtcU-vsohii', soloist. Mlas 
Oladys Marrhanl ■While Ui" Earth 
flrniiiliieth '.Mallnd^•^' Ihe ladlos' 
choir wlU also sing the benuliful 
three-part ^wnuk "Sveolng and 
Morning." by OaUey. Ur. PTed 
ParflU. mualcal director. wlU coa- 
duot the choir, .and Mra. O. B. B. 
oreen will preiide at tha acgftn. 



PATRIOTISM TO BE 
CENTRAL THEME AT 
FAOtFKLD UNITED 

Impreaalve. hopeful and hciptdl ' 
services Will be held I''airn'-,,i 
United Church today, wnen iii<- lui.s 
lor, Rev 'HukJi Nixon i±nd hi,', p'" 
pir >i.]l: -•(■:"t»rnfr [fi.- rtrst niJiiLvrrK- 
arv ('! -(if-jr i; work hntrthe: 
'I l.p ji.i- f.it take :ur his mornliig 
.^iibim rue Church and MaUon- 
noud in the evening hU idbjaot 
WlU ha "Bntanctng Onr Opportuni- 
ty.'* 

The church la being baauttfttUy 
decorated with flags and fkmara for 
theee special aarvicaa. Tha nniale 
for the day u a> follow*: MOhotng. 
.soioiat, Mlaa >dar>orto Wataon: an- 
them, "The Church Triumphant." 
I lie <~halr. Bvening. 5ioliAi Mi.'^.'* 
1 irai >■ Piatt: quartrfU". Mi.v.'^'> Plo't 
I [Hi Mrl,aren. Ms»«^ Abbott and 
1 'loiiuv.--. Aiiihem. KlpUng^ "Oaoea 
MiHiAl," thp I'hoir, 

The Sunday srhooi patriotic sarv- 
ice from 9.46 lo 10 45 o'clock will be' 
directed by Mr. E. B Jones and PrO- 
lesaor B. 8. Firr will give an ad- 
dre«. tba^OaHog wUlga to pla- 
slons. 

wm WILL 
BEJiOie 

cnr pABisHBs wnx pbesbht 

BT nKv T o'noN-Nri.i. with 

TFSIIMOVIAI. TONKillT 

fiacoe**>r '•nl f:»i>*^led Uerr f*ir 
Six MHnlh<^ -AdmlnLHraiar lOBa 
Appoiiitrd by Clergy 

Generous mnlnbunons from his 
own pnvair lunds for the orecMon 
and equipment of several cbapals 
wiU be acknovledgad In tha addraia 
that wUl be pnaented to the Right 
Rev. Tboaaa 0*Donnell. O.O.. Biah- 
op Vletorla, at Bt. Andrew's Cathe- 
dral ebb evening on the occasion of 
his laat public appearance here. 

The congregations of the Cathe* 
dial. Bt Joaeph's Church. BsqulmaJl. 
and 8: MBr>-'Ji. Victoria Wesi will 
unite In giving a cheque to their re- 
tiring episcopal head and a.seurlng 
him of their appreriarion of his | 
ninnv favor* during the five years' 
I': re of ofDce. His Orace will 
preach a farewell sermon and oOl- 
ciat« at tha Pootlfielal Benadletlaa 
of the Blaeaad Sasrament. Ilia Oa- 
thadral auttiarltlea annoitnea ttut 
vMtora are walooma at.tfala ava- 
nlng*! aervtoe. 

According to chundi praoadore, 
name* of a likely euoceaaor will be 
forwarded by the Apoittriie Delnata 
to Rome, the appointment being 
made by Pope Plus Xl. On account 
of the time occupied in correspond- 
ence and o[ the MJ^peIl'loJl dunng 
the Summer of the .lUliriRb of the 
ecclesiastical body ur. 
months wUl probably elapse before 
the new bishop wUl arrive. Mean- 
time the dioceoe will be under the 
care of an gdmintetrator, who wlU 
be eleetad shorUy by a council of 
prleeta under the prvsldency of Rev. 

uiiirf))) OT)oiirn*n 

I WlU leave oo Wedncaday night lor 
his new oOoa M Halifax. 



CLOSE TEMPLE 
FOR SUMMER 



D r. Da vies Announces 
Topics for last Service 

Previous In Hohdays — 
Church School Over 



BOY SOLOIST TO 

SING TONIGHT 



rat hU doatim aermonf today at 
the city Templa, Rav. Dr. Clem 
Davlaa wlU have foe hti toptea 
**rhfee Tour Maaaura** and 'The 
or the iR^lglaiM." 
T^y^ lervloai wlU be tba laat 
prior to the Bummer vacation, the 
ditf Ttanlda arthttles disconunuing 
ehureh aethrtue.s tor July and Au- 
gust Th e School of ReUgtou •> 
E3duc(iUon will also vacate until the 
ftrat Sunday In September. 

Dunni the vacatioa connection 
wtth the congregation will 



L ii 'ujiir Syslrin ttf 

Bible Study Bein^ 
Used at iAUliedral 



Dean Qiiainton Closed on Tliursday T\\'o Suc- 
cessfuITutorial Classes WOiKi l.ulherans Are 
Now Meeting in Copenhagen — Notes From 
General Assembly of Presbyterian Church 



Songbird Built Hymns 

Into Last Year's Nest 



through the office and ih^ r^ecu- 
tlve secretary. Mr. A. L. Oakley at 
Temple Hall. North Park Street 

A solo wilt be aung at the evening 
service by ClaMIMg XMMa. the 
boy aololst « 

B. CrBAPTISTS 
ACQUIKE LAND 

l4i7Tnrn Donate Twehre Acre* lo 
Official Bedy— LMal MIn l slrt s 



UNIQUI In OanatfA and paraUHad In AastraUa and the UolMd 
SUtca Is tha tutorial elaM In the study of tha OM Tggftfemgnft 
that haa been earned on by Dean Quainton at Memorial 
Rail during the past, year The method followed here originated 

ir. Encl.ind under Ihi^ C'l^urrM Tutorial C'la.<is mnvement wlilrh wtw 
Ird by grr-.it educaiwmutts llkt* Archbishop Temple and Bishop 
Oor? The.-:*' leaders were Impressed with the fact t-liftt a large 
be kept | number of professing Christians were lamentably unliLStructed in 
rellBion. and fell an easy prey to mlaieadlnB pramuida. with the 



Tbc aoqutslUoo of twalve acme on 
Keata Island as s permanent place 
for Bummer aaaembllea waa effected 
at the meeting In New Westminster 
last week at the Convention of 
Baptist Churches in Briiuh Colum- 
bia. This property, which Is 
situated on Howe Sound, opposite j 
Gibson * LandinK, was mode over lo i 
Ihe olllnal br>dv on Imi; lra.*e by a 
group of KfiicrLJUh Bttptiv! laymen, 
who have held u, (or fvpvpral years 

In spite nt a certain in mem- | 
bership throughout thr Prov inre ] 
during the past year or iwo, reports 
showed an increase in membczShlp 
and in missionary gifts. The mat- 
ter of a iueeeaww lo, the former 
Borne MtoaUm lupertnbendent. Dr. 
W. J. Llt^ who haa taken over a 
similar work In Alberta, was left till 
the end of the year and a committee 
was appointed to take oversight of 
the churches. Revs J. Strachan 
and H. Knox were chairmen, re- 
spectively, of the credentials and 
ireyolutlooa committees. 



^^FOR WILKINSON ROAD J J-^J^JJli^'}. 



Foursquare Gospel 
Lighthouse 

Douglas md Johnson 
DOROTHY HAYWOOD 
I'a»tof i'-- .iriRT-lirt 

1 1 o'OocIt, Mnriiidg Worship 

7, .10 [• M . "Ttir l .'.rri OiriM' 

M..n . K P M , M r M. 



AND liARDtN CITY 

• As beflts tl.r evr of thr lutionai 
birthdav. Sunday *'in rw> a patriotic 
day. The morning Uiriue at WU- 
klawn Road and afternoon at Gar- 
den City WlU be "Are Wa Uaking 
Canada His Dominion?" It will be 
Communion Day at Oarden City. In 
the evening at wilklMon Road the 
fubject WlU be "The Military .Spirit 
In a Warleas Canada " 

The Young People's Club will meet 
in the Sunday school room at H 
o'clock on Sunday evening How 
Jesus met the queatton. "Can we 
Have a DeoMomeyf" «in be dls- 
cu.<Lsed 

During the montJi* of J'.ily and 
Augtut worship will be conducted at 
Garden cnty at 10 ajn. and Sunday 
school at 11. 



At the Tabernacle of the Christian 
and Missionary Alliance 

RsvnrAL HSwrTNoa anu biblc oonpsrsnow 
win Be osndHcM bs Dr. A a Hoiarr. UM BMnwrn aas ata ef a Baabi. mir 

TODAT. mn M. la 8|DfD4V. JDLV U 
JntWf as I o'ChMk IbRiert Salardtv ArirrrMwn •( t 

and SatuHsT 
stnnuv& n AM . 1 r>M Brnt lo p u 

nrr Oaaiel wmtfi pa.inr 
•niSaSf Fraas mtmrj^tttr Ilramly Walc«ms 



CLOSING SERVICE 
AT CENTENNIAL 

Tf>da> «nl mark the closing of the 
present piwtorale of Rev. J. P- Weal- 
man In Centennial Dnltad Ohureh. 
This morning the lubieet will be. 
"The Religion Tliat CounU in These 
Daya." Dr. T. B. Johns, gold mod- 
atlst. will sing "Out of the Deep 
The evening subject will be Th" 
Challmge That Cornea to iheChiirrh 
and Now What? Who Can TflP 
The rhotr will sing "What of the 
NiKht? 'Ill* barHi»ne wlo being 
taken by Mr J. Almond Mr F L 
l^ipmflJi Lhf rhoir sing, 
bv r«iuest. Tlie Hoi> Ctij Mr. A 
.StilUvan. inspector of high schools 
In the Province. wtU sing "Tht 
Builder." 

Um quarberiy sacramental lervtoe 
wlU be held sf tar the moiftias aarr- 
ice. 



HtV. M. BKIIIT 
AT ST. JOHN'S 



Young I'eopk H til Join In Morning 
Warship of C'vogregaUaa at 
<)mdr« Btfvet Chareh 

The aervleca at St.'jobn'a Otatntih 
will oonaist of Holy Communion at 
8 o'clock, uomlng prayer at 1 1 . and 

Evensong at 7 30 o'clock, when Rev. 
Montague Bruce, vice-president of 
the Victoria RoUry Club. wUI 
preach. The Sunday M-hool will as- 
'^mbl'" at 10 « o rlork. and attend 
tlie morning service ITie Anglltan 
Young People Blbir Class will meet 
at 10 o'clock in the guild room. 

The annual Sunday school picnic 
will bf held on .fuly 10 wnd mrm- 
ber6 of the congtegallon are tnvitad 

\f> oontrlbuu towaida tha ina i n aaa 
of thu evenL 



OPENED HR£ ' 
42 YEARS 



AGO 



Salvationista U> C'elcbraic First 
Days WHb DHrWoaal 

Chief Speaker 



Dr. A. F. Barton 

■I 

Prsgressive Thought leapk 

mrnnrlv ttw TfwiMrhii 

SSS PM4«ra A "nu* 
il ASL- Tin PUCX'HiAl BT.^TT 

7:li tU. 

'VATxm Tom oww nirtnaMnv 

WaSMsSar. I a IS-^siSratt« Heafth 1— taw. 

-Torn mmna arvnor" 

AO W»lr<*m^ Ptaewifl OCIvrUI 
"Tha aaat In Tm" 




New Thought Temple 

Nrirrh Park Street 

Evalyn Daviftf Speaker 

n hMj^-fm^ IfMHkY OF THX SEKPSNT- 

ftn p.M -' SMiLUr nrttp- 

Mrs. J. B. Shaw. BoMat 

' t" 'iuh Kight Eating' 



WcdnCsdSv, >* I' M "Mrihh an.t i .•^jr^ 



"Where Briawce and Religion Meet" 



Leatiing by tdghi 
And Truth Topic of 
ChrUOoH SHenee 

All chutrhe^ and «>rieties nt 
Phrlst, Scientist, briinrhea of Uie 
M i iher Church uic Pirst Church o! i 
Christ, acleniLM. ;n Boston. Maaa., 
wUl have the subject ol "Oh r l atla n 
Sctencr. " for their laaaod^arnMn to- 
day, with the following goMen text 
from Psalma UtUt 3: "O send out 
Thy light and Thy truth; let them 
lead me; let Lhem bring me iii'f< 
Thy holy hill, and to Thy tAl»er- 
naclea ' 

Sunday morning services ai Pirst 
Church of Clirlsl. SclenUsl, Victoria. 
^T•' 'I'M 11 'Vfilock. Evening 
. r , .10 o clock. Wed- 
-, . 'ill.;, ( ivii wtklch in- 
rhinr '<"'.i(>oiii'-i of healing, are 
held at 8 o clock A free reading 
room for the pubUe Is SBalataiasd In 
the Sarwmid Building. 

LORD s strrLR 

AT JAMES BAY 

Ufhu and Shadows of the 17ppar 
Room ' will be thr topic of Rev 
Thomas Keyworth s sermon thu 
m<vnlng at Jaroea Bay United 
( hurch, after which the Sacrament 
of the Lord's Suptyr will admin. 
ut«ed The xhci.** n^rTir^ in'^lud- 
ing singing, wUl be sep: withm the 
haw. ItM aalbem at tha evening 
lemee wil be nrby Mercy Calls lie 
(OaafMJ. and the eveailiig ad dr eaa 
wm be appropriate to the thoagbt 
of the anniversary of the Doninloo. 

Tha VlrtflTia Independent Thaoso- 
phiral Boclrty will hold no meetings 
durlns the vacation mnnths of July 
• nd AiifT ii' Thr uaual weekly pii(»- 
Uc meettoga wlU be reauMd m Bep- 



Taday being the forty-eeeond an- 
ajveraary of -the Salvation Army 
"opening Are" In Tletorta, specUil 
nwetings will be led by Majof James 
ftlerritt. of Vancouver headquarters, 
divisional rommandtr for Rmithem 
BntLih Columbia Ilir MsKT ia well 
known in Victoria, having been the 
-tin.iTiiindlng olBcer of the oortk 
some years ago Adjutant and Mrs 
Fred Merrett and other dty oflkers 
will assist him tn the meetings to- 
day, whieh wfU be held at follows 
Knee dnlL 7 o'clock; hoUneas meet- 
mg 11. pralae meeting. 3 -1&. and sal- 
vaU<m meeting 7 . K o'clock. Sunday 
nrhool commences in the citadel at 
2 o'clock, and children not attending 
elsewhere at that hour are alwaya 
welcome All of the maetlnga are 
open u>.the public, alao #e^nlght 
meeUngs held this week on Tbura- 
dav snd Saturday evealngi at I 
o'clock. 



reault that the>- often kst their faith i 
or remained throughout their life in 
a state of bewildered uwrrLalnty 
There are emhtv-.'.ix cla.sj.es in Enfi- 
lahd. one m Aur^tralla. one In ihf 
United states and r-ne here 

The general aim of the classes v 
to give help towards a reoonslders 
lion and restatement of the Chris- 
tian faith in the light of modcn 
knowledge, and the method followe* 
is that of free dlscuuion und<n- Lh< 
guidance of a class leader The nam* 
of tutor, that la given to the leader 
is suggesUve of the attitude of mini: 
and spirit of the olaaa. He Is ^ply 
the chairman of a body of truth- 
seekers snd fellow-lesmers, guiding 
them in tfaetr studies, but leaving 
thnn to come to their own conclu- 
sions. Around the open liible, and 
with the aid of text-book, liie mem- 
bers gather for an hour ol study. 
con.i!rtrrablc nme belne takrn up in 
questlonf. and atuwer^ 

Two ciajises have met fortnightly, 
with a total attendance in the two 
sessions of tUty to stacty. The fVnl 
five beoks of the Old Teatament 
I came undas review, In which the 
bearing of the a pp roee d findings of 
science and hiatorloal erlttdim vrre 
gtvtm full oonstderatlon. The text- 
book is R. L. Ottley's "History of the 
Hebrews." The complete course 
covers three yean, and Includes a 
study at the Old and New Teat*- 
menta, the growth of the church and 
of ChrLitian doctrine It i.* signifi- 
cant of the gr^iwlng Interest in these 
BtudKi thni It. will be dlscusi^ed at 
Lambeth Conference next year, ac- 
cording to the draft agenda paper 
reoently received by the Blihop of 
Columbia. Tlic topic meotlsMd la 
"Adult BdtMatlon of the Laity." 
WORLD LCTHEKANS MKBT 
Before the thousands of delegatea 
and visitors who throoged the 
Cathedral In Copenhagen. DanmailE, 
at the opening seaslon, Wedneaday. 
of the Second World Lutheran Con- 
vention, Archbishop Soderblom of 
Sweden spoke of Uartln Luther as 
having had no Intention, when he 
nailed hLs Nlnety-flv(> Theses on the 
chltfch door of Witteiit)rr« of adviv- 
cattng separation from air Church 
of Rome, but was later fort-*d lo ihm 
action by the ban placed upon hmi 
and his teaching^. Luther, he de- 
clared, wa/t called of Ood to be the 
teacher of all Christendom, like 
Paul, Augustine. Bernard and Pran- 
da. Bis Smaller Calechlsro. accord- 
ing to the Archbishop, had gained 
reoognltlon as the greatest book for 
the common people ever written, 
with the rx-eptlnn nf tiie Bible. The 
Catethi.sm ■;i''*d Mr Heu. ot the 
United Hf*tP!i, wa.s Lhe underlying 
bond of unity between LuUierans of 
all mces and aationslltiew 

Speaking recently, Rev J Ma- 
ronl. Dean of Oslo, Norwav mad*' an 
appeal lo the Lutheran Church to 
continue itjc traditional policy of 
protection of Uir heipliwi and "i*- 
pressed by meeting llu> grester task 
of today, which Is to fighi the evils 
which beset the poor and to embark 
upon a wider Aeld of social reforma- 
UoB. "Tfa arc confronted," ha 
averred. "Wtth the evUs of poverty 
ami unamptoyment. bouae shortage, 
war. class warfare and mammonism 
We cannot leave these dlfBcultiea 
be settled by politicians" The hrn 
lion will conclude Thursday, snd 
will h*- '■ .Mi'Wri »iv •o'lr.^ tliroiiRh 



WOKlJi l |{F^P',WI HI\NS MKRT 
ChurcJi' K ■ . Pre.sbyterlan 
syalem embrscc i9 congregations 
and enrol a membership of U.M3,000 
members. This was the r»^on giv^ 
at the refcni meeting in Boaton of 



Reformed Churches of the World 
holding the Presbyterian «y.'»tem 

niU is an liu-reaw' diniiiB the 
quadrennlum of ft.W¥3 '-ntiL:r«-i;:itlana 
and a million and n hiit ol tnem- 
beni. The number ni oiinl.Mers hM 
.idvanred from 35,48:j u> Hie 
-!aU.si4r» Include lt\r ETuropean ron- 
lueni, British IslAs. Asia. Africa. 
>iorth and South Amartea. ttie wm 
ndlea and Anatralasla. 

TTie materialism characterUQe <il ~ 
idustrtal dvUlaation was naarrtlwd 
■J lUv. GMm If. d'AUUgitt. the 
>nMMl, SB -medara paganlm.* 
wtilch the churches should deter- 
minedly otrsec. He was of the 0pla. 
ion Ihst "In many ctrclef there Is a 
very evident reaction against mate- 
rialism, and a yeamlag for splcUasl 
truth." 

PRRRBTTERIAm AT OTTAWA 

A net gain of 8.(H)7 members, mak- 
ing a total of 176,841, was reported 
at the meeting of the Uenerml 
MmuUfSitht Praabftartan Church 
la Otaada, mtd noently In otuwa. 
There are t JM aoofngaiiaaa and 
preaehteg ai a tlrtM under the eare of 
977 ministers. One hundred and 
twcnty-flve mtnlstem had been re- 
ceived into the church since union, 
twenty-«lx during the pan year. Tht- 
grand total of givlngs for Ihe y«r 
amounted \a »4.6M.ai8. of which 
»S53.190 was for ml.'wlorv" and benevo- 
lence, sn Ini-rejiAe nl $6J.30a over 
I1327 The mijwlon bud«e' for the 
coming year was set, at 1650.000 

Prrmier W. L, King W8.s Intrrv- 
duced by Rev W, Leatham. of 
Ottawa, his minister aj( -n most du- 
tlnguished and Unal .ion «i the Pres- 
bym^n Churr.'i ii, Caimda " Four 
commissi oiiiTr. v nri< ftppoiiirrd to 
attend tlie (irM cieneral Aasembly 
of the re-united Church of Scotland 
nest October. Very Rev. I>r. D. 
Parrle. ol Wlngham. Ont^ the Iffod- 
eralor. and Dra. McQueen, ot M- 
monton. and T. Wardlaw Taylor, 
senior clerk of Assembly, and Col. Dr, 
Murray Macl^ren, of St John. HA. 
Reurlng an aeoount of til-health. 
Principal Praaer. of Moeitreal Theo- 
logical College. Is to be <-nirreeded by 
f»rofe«aor ScoU. Mark'Ti/jr, wiiJi 
Rev A F .Scott reanson, of Scot- 
land. In 'he chair of Churrh Mmtjirv 
and Homlietka Soni' dw \i.\slon 
took place Ml the dealrabliily of a 

Oanadlan-bom aeholar belag eb- 
tainod. but Professor Pearaoa was 

dtily appointed by the Awembly. 
The Aaeembly decided not lo give 
the privilege 'to sit and correspond" 
to members of the United Church 
of Canada At another Mention Dr 
W. M Iiorhesi/*r editor of The 
Record 'which haa now a ctroula- 
tlon of over 43.0OOI. urged that stapa 
should iw taiu>n to establish the 
name of tiie Prcftbyterlan Church in 
Canada for the churches r'-presented 
In that A%^cfobly 

SONtiBlRO UMES HYMNS 

A soagMrd In the Ottawa dlatrtet 
uaad- a hnnp-book In bnUdUg tta 
last years naat Mr. HOyeaUoyd. 
who la supervisor of Wild Ufa la 
Canada, leeturlng before a eMi of 
Chalmers Church. ottAwa. showed 
his »uil\rnrf B 10.-1 year> nest of 
the red -eyed vlrro in whlrli hsd 
Ijeffj ii^ed. InBleiid of th»- ii.Mial mn- 
sutN'-iif. of birrh bark, portions of a 
hymn- tvxik A moog Ihe aevcral 
versei that could be easQy read was 
one ol the vaU-kaoaa tayam ot W- 
ward MoU: 



- When He ahaO eoBaa «Kb tRMSpab 

aound, 

Oh. may I then In Him be found ~ 
Clothed In his r)ght*ouMi*v,'. alone, 
FaulUejM to AiJind tif{rn-i- .)if Lhrone 



the Pan -Presbyterian Alliance, for- On Christ Uie solid I st^nd. 

BaOy known aa the AUlanoe of the All other ground bi dtoklng asnd." 



LIFE'S KEY WORDS 




Rer. i, Strachan to 
age and 



"Bondage and fVeidaoi" vfO be 
the subject of Che evening aenoDa at 
th<' PirM Baptiat Church The min. 
Ktcr Rev J. Btrmchan. will deal 
with these words a.* of great stgntfl* 
cancp tn (he thlnkinc of all forward- 
looking people Tj..-' ■ hf.ir win sing 
Hopkins H.ar • - f Prayrr ' 
The '•vening m r \ . r if, at 7 30 
o clock The Orac* of Ood" will be 
-.he theme thia morning. Master 
Douglaa nrth wUt atng "Angela Xver 
Bright and Fair." This aerviea la at | 
II o'clock, and is fnllowed immedi- 
ately by the church school Mr 
mrachan will preach at both aerv- ' 
kea. I 

The midweek meetmg will be held 
on We(inc«da> evening at g o'clock. ' 
Reports of the convention will then 
be giv^n The annual ptrnir of the 
churrh school wDl b» h»ld na 8aU«- , 



Take Your Measure" 



•r l)4vws Cresrhet s( Both Services 
7 .10 PW. 



The Virtues of the 

irreligious" 




Ktiefaeai Bey ftrfotM 




tALfiARV MAN 
lU SINIi HERE 

Old-Time Cos i >e ! Sf I V ic e 
ArinounceiJ int Cfiitral 
B a pt i s I Churcii Ihib 
Evening 

MORM\* : If ilOis 



4 w^-knowB tfncir turn Cui 
gftrr. Mt. U B. ftwler. »1U tarui« 

Kir co-ifl III v.iriii ?.\ !(if ctetral 
bapUAt Church ttua eveiimg, whUfl 
the pastor. Rev J, B. Row^ wtU 
speftk on the subject, *Xord, X WIU 
... But . . Ttil* wia to 
ui oU-tune gonel aervlM irttli ft 
vonUfti weicnue b «U. 

At Uw mornlas acrvloe, "BcHoes 
From Um CoavtnUoa" wUl be 
brought br Brother 8. WMk ud Che 

[i;.--ir 

DR. A. F. BARTON TO 
SPEAK TODAY ON 
BIBLF. PARABLE 

Dr. A, F burU>li Ai.i ;H 

both senrtcea tn the Progreaeln 
TtMufbt Temple. OOA Pandora Ave- 
nue lod»y. At U o'clock be wiU 
Ukc for hlB theme '^tie Prodlgel 

P^nx " aiitl >ii evulBg ftt 7;30 

o ' it^.k h<.' will BpMk on Taytnc 

Vo'ii f>i', 11 Divlrienda." Dr Barton 
animunriv-, Miai Lhcrc vrili tx- no 
niMriiiii^' ."uTviiM nftrr today until 
t.ht' :ir.s' .Sundav in September This 
will »)vc !he congregation an oppor- 
tunity ol fretUnc %w%j for the day 
■nd make arnuigemenU for attend- 
ing the ffvenlat aervlces. On Wod- 
neiday at 8 o'clock Dr. Barton vlU 
rivtr another health Ulk. xht subject 
oJ whldi will be ' Your Nervous Sys- 
tem." SpleodUl nev colored chart 
«iU ha iMd lo flluAMte Odt «d- 



HfcBKtW TtAlHER 

AT TABERNACLE 

Dr. A. A. Ilolff WIU i>\it> Hrrte* of 
AddrrN--r«i 'XI rrniiru-tli Truth 
at Yal«s Strrel t burch 



M'orld Baplint WvaA 




cm s(nc)oi.s LssuK 

PROMO I ION UbT.S 
AND HONOR ROLLS 



Bvrli: d^Msmaant, Arthur 2«U; 
reguUrtty end pwwetufclHy. Boee 
lern MarUn. Dorothy Olow, Dor- 



GirU* C«n<raM:ontined' 



Special revtval sorvtces and Bible 
oootecenoe wtU be b«ld ftC the Tab- 
ernacle of the GhrlitlaA and Mla- 

■lonarv AlUanre, Yfttejt p -.>rf under 
the Irm!*'^^htp Dr A A Hnlaer. 
the Hebrfw Dr Hr.l/. r the son 
a rabbi, a noted H 'l;- ' .i.-licr and 
gorivl vlollnlat. There will be three 
s^r\)oe9 today ftl 11, ( Ud 7J0 

n'rlork 

Dr Hnl?«-r hA.'. n rrr.it kimwlodfe 
of prophelir tnitli and )v.v^ t>rcn en- 
gaged at the Ocran Oreen i nudist 
Camp for aeveral year*, and other 
oonCeveneeai 



Nation** Uoritage 

Ernhint* i httn hrs 

8*rvire* st the Ciontr j»nd P^skmc 
Prf^byti-rlan CJiun-hcA u-'iikl The 
mInlAtrr. Rev. A. A. ThomMtn, will 

lake as hti WbjBQt. *X>ut Ca n adian 



OORN8 

Bathe In warn) 
water. Thm 
move the hard Aaah 

from the roro, anH 
nppiv' Minard't Li 
tumtnt lUily. P":ii 
iind inf!*mmat i- m 
'juickly diMpt-'af 
Kt'-rllfnt bIv^ for 
1 ljilt>la;!ii. liunion*. 
t f--- nikd a!! 



The 

White 

Liniment 



LInimcnT 



UV. DR. J. n. RUSHBBOOU 

Of fcnSoM. Knvlaad. K«arr»t M«nlur ff 

fl •aatut W*rU AUIa»M. «b« 
»itet rbar«kM wblla «UHIac MMtrt 

MEStiAliES FOR 
UUMIMUN m 



REV. a P. B. LimmELL will 

PIUCACH APPBOTBUTS 
SKKMONS 

Vision of Ood to B« 8trMed at 8L 
Andfvw's a^ Servlee of Na- 
ttoMl WeU-Batag 

At m. AndreVi Piertytertan 
Ohurch. DBOgSas and Brougbion 
atreeta, this morning, the mmLBt«r, 
Rev. H. P 8 LutlrcU. B.A , wiU 
preach on "The Value of flpLrltual 
Vision," based on Proverb* xxlx IB 
"Where there if iwj viajon the petfple 
perish; but hi* keepeth the law. 
happy m ' Hke Itwo te wUI be 
that the vtaioo of Ood and Bis will, 
as reoorded In a naUoo'i lavi, which 
are both ooerelve and educative, 
brings secuntr and well-being to 
nnv [iMple. In the evenuig. Mr. 
UiUrcU wlU diecusa the dL-taster the 
Hebrew nation mti At A^ under 
.Joxhiin. and hnd in It A a eWi H for 

•^SMILING HOUR" 
SET FOR NEW 
THOUGHT TEMPLE 

The topis for tto momtntt service 
at the New Thought Temple. 843 
North Part Street, will be "The 

Bymbolcigy of the Serpent." or "Tho 
Garden of Eden Story " 

"Snalltn' Thni" is the subject of 
the evenint! dLstourw Can all peo- 
ple be happy. resardle« of rondl- 
timiR? Wha! dtWA Joy do to the 
human body?— are aoue ol Uie 
questions which will be dlaoussed by 
Bvaiyn Davis, leader. Mrs. J. B. 
Bhaw will b» the aolotst. 

On WednMday evening Mra. Savls 
■vriii continue her Instruct! te course 
(in health and longevity, roods 
which arc oondiiclve to good h«alth 
and longf Tlty will be the subject for 
the coming week. This wiU mdude 
a alUdr of tbe panereag gland. 

UNITY CENTRE TO 
HAVE LECTURES 
BY CAUFORNIAN 

Owing to the abaenre of Mr. Pratt 
frnm the city, Mrs. Gordon Orant 
Till speak at both services today- In 
the morning, at 11 o'clock. Mra. 
nrant wUl ipeak on "Sons of Ond." 
The children will sing -UvlnB With 
Jr'iin " Tn the evening, at 7:30 
n ]i>< k MrK (iriuit will speak on 

I ho Inner Voice, or That Some- 
thing Within." Miss Bonahor wUl 
be the musical aoeompanut. 

Mrs. P. O. Korter. of California, 
will give three leeturea during the 
week On Tuer.dny altemon at 3 
o'clock fho w:li 'P'^k to the ladles' 
I'la.';*. on "The Drvelopment of the 
nodv on Spiritual LlncJ!." On W«l- 

;if sd.iv fVCiilnK nt H nclrwk. Mm 
Koni'c ipwak un "Tin- A^c 
.1 ml t h.- Rii-e ' i\ni"l ("'ft Thun-(la\- 
rv^nins '-^^ ft I) cIiKit wUl >pi':ilc 

on Mastery Taught Throtigh Ail 
AgeeL" Mrs. SCortis to a leeuirer 
who UDdentands her Mbject and 
wtae ipeaki eonvlndnglf and with 
power bicaiiae $to« ipcafca from her 
heart The public Is cordially in- 
vited to thi- evening mertlnffx. 



DIVIKION V 
Benilce Nelaoti, Nan Mortey Phytlla 
Iriih. Wnaerve Na^al 

f*ii>ii;'itf''l 1 ! .idi 1 Va 1'.' .il: : I 

!■ ;l^,t■ : ( !l'.UiA\;i: ■ > m ' 

Hi'M li- iii- Hiunum. Uons HmOeii. 

M,..>i.ir<-f icmiaT. Ifftn*— * OoPk.! 

A, I.-. I. amith. ■ ' 

DIVISION VIII 

linlL-r ol Honor - Proflcfncv. 

Km (rl ivfr deportmejit, .Mary 

JuilUf-Ti. ii-Kul.inty and puiiftual- 
lly. Margari-t weLMi I'hyllla Orat- 
ion Rettv MfxxUr, Murir-I IMllock. 

PiLinioUoiift L.rade IVb Ida 
MUgram, LUllan Johnson, ttthw 
wells. Jean lAwrence, May Johnmi. 
Una Wakelln, PhylUa Otatfeon. Mary 
Ttanma. Betty Booth. Bae MUlar. 
Margaret Dioklnaon. Oladys Oood- 
man, Margaret WeUh. I ;i 1. ■ : 
[^"•ilum. Munel Jeune. Jeiwie 
w,Mil,»»nll. RuLh lUrbiniMni, H>'a 
(.'li-i.r. lU-uy Moodle, In-ne Ingraoi. 
PhylU.1 Bo(Hh. 

Promotions to Orade HI* — Bdiia 
WoDC. Eunice Olover. MtirM Oxen- 
daK Margaret MarshaU. Muriel 
'liLisa. Kattalaea Metcalfe. Mary 
N'>akoe. BSItb BBmKT, Violet Chong. 
Marguerite nanwma. Rwbymsy 
Brown. 

onnnoN ix 

BoDe or Bonov. Omde n-Prcfl- 
eiency. BdlOi Miufttn: deportnenl^ 
Pat Webber: regularKy. Bvelyn Our- 
Uai. 

Promoted from Orade n to 
Orade in- Edith Martin, Pal Web- 
ber, Pntrtc'ia Crawford. Audrey 
Avery. Pearl Alexander. Beta Gold, 
■vetm Curttas. Ruth Oardlner, 
Lydla OlUlland. Lcona Bennett 
Vivian Denham. Cecily Brown. Ed- 
ith Launchberry. Ivy .Johnson. Wll- 
ue P^looDer, OUve Olasa, Reoa 
Smith. Beraloe Manh. Ooreen 
Hart« 

PromoU-d frnm firade lib to 
Orade iLwUoroihv Payne. Joseph- 
ine Wllaon, Mildred DlcklMOn. VUr- 
twlK Irfwe, MtUleruie Httdlln. Juna 
StancU, neaoor Howaton, Qraee 
Uvmg^on, Joan HoDoway. 

DIVISION X 

RoUa of Honor— Prarideney, 
Peggy Laughltn; deportment. Gladys 
Nieleen; ngularlty and punctuaUty. 
Lilian Ourtls. Vivian Curtii. Jeasle 
PoUock. 

Promoted from Grade I to Grade 
PcKgy Uiushlin. Ul*n Curtis. 
01lld^■^ Virl.M*n, J'lne Clague. Joyce 
'ihii.v. Ji-ian Liivboijrne, Mary F^rr. 
Audrey M:okhnK. s>Im8 SUlisby, 
Daisy Chong, JfhUf I'liilcrk. Joan 
WUUams. Helen Plmdell, ilarbara 
Lane. Loma Prish, Oertnilda Bar- 
tels, Vivian Ourtls. Unula Oamey, 
Nonna Uoldrtdge. Louise EaUm. 
Ruby Alexander. Florenoc BarrcU, 
Norma Emery. Doria IVylcr. Veron- 
ica Button. June Creed. 



Be»r«e. mtHaeo Bpvden. Marjode 
^1 Joan anrflfM. BMc Chartaa, 
Bertie Davtaa. Thomas Davidson. 

Ernkt rni r Maurice Eds-' K.^n nrhv Shaw rmnces Kniitht 

nelh )>.,;i i. ISarl Pixrtti K'-l>;' lloriul^l from tirade Ill-i 1- 

nUchriM t tTif. Oooy liin-n'- lijude rVb-OweBJth Hivrri.--, h^uii 

Unii .r pMn.)].; XuniUlfii Ai.-'r. A Im.w Ai^rry MurTt"'n numinv 

Kxiowlei, M.if. l--l-utiriir Ji.ti'; M. ■ t\a . Bia^oii. 'Du Ur.* I t-ip;' 

AUMer. Hk- . M . kfiu..' J.-niilc n,.|.v Ma*- <'BiiM.-run. ivu-h 
MorWW, Jo>c,- Muiph>. blll> Pttt ,i».,ruUiv Ulover. KJiyUiJiid H^unh 



Um, Oorathy Ptrttack, noranoe Bob 
ertaott, Kennetti antth. Henry 0le- 
Prank Stuart, Jhtfnoil flttiM^ 
Gf rtrude. Tajler. BUly Wetmqrik 
Tom WhUa. * 

DiVmoN vm 



Toiiv onmstoD. Arthur Zala. Joy 
Masters, Kenneth Keith. Rosaieen 
MarMni H^cn felanning, T^lmn 
Oole. Bflly Baley, OUy • McCrl:') 
mem, Phyllis DodsworUv fltirlinK 
Cluimbrm, Ronald Bouu*. .i \\ .il" r 

RoOa of BoDor — Profldency. i Hamilion (i.-or(rey Fifhiin«. iii.i> 
■nKnaa Mayiie; deportment, -mel- Hunaway uum fruwiian 
ma Hopl^ reguSrttr aod PWIO- Oa imi Rrr:!- v. lUrrj Plgot. 
tualitv. .-^unev KiUertan, Thonaa BwcncouiL^ 

Maync. Jol.n ItlUdt-lL ' niMMO.N III 

Pr«mot.'.1 Ui Gnide Vrb--Warr. i, Rolls oJ IIoii' i 1 - ■ l m. i.ry, HUda 
Oixtaon. m.phna Hopklrw. Thmn^iA Hughes. dcptirui.< iii Uliuin Bar- 



Mayn*-. JuditJt Pearco, John Ridd*^U. 
8u*wart sinu-han. Margaret Stew- 
art. VioiK Waterworth. 

Promoted to Grade Va— OordoQ 
Beeklake. Blaen Bclnn. Angus 



PnOertMi. Ba«b«zm Bktt, VeTooloa 
Hartley. WObcr Hooking. Ronald 

T.<hnii Donald MacKinnon, John 

M.itti' .lonn Andetion. 

Promoted U) Orade Vb - Ian 
BiKhop. Barabara Combe. Jean Dlck- 



ber: punctuality snd ragulantj'. 
Oeorgc Buckingham 

Promoted from Qradft Ha Ui i 
Oracto Ulb— Ooroitor Adaas, Doug- ; 
lea Batic*. UUkui BArbor. Oe<VKe 



Oampben. John Faweatt. Sidnef Buckingham. Ida OoutU. Evelyn 



Dopp, Elsie Bddlf. Ri'vlrtn Bel 
wards. Tommy I^jx. ixn^i'w ( iwn 
UUer. Phyllis Hobto, Pm-uk n-^iin*-» 
Hilda Hughea. W»l«'y I.stjL<-tiT Joan 
Lang. George UmtU Mary Martin, 
Jessie Palerwin, Huijh HaniAay 



Mm. John EldT. Jean Plrilu Win- i Jimmy Robuuon. Lo nu- itowcljo'- 




of IntnMsin^ Profits foc 
CA>iit»"*l»'TMtion Life 
Pohcyiiolders 

FOR the ninth <ucc«agty« yen proftti for pBf» 
ridTMring policrhotdere of AMOdcctogi 

hnvr f>rcn sunmAndaUy ftiiCKfticd* 

And remcmbci--100% of aU uiiiin agraad hf 
the participating branch ar* uloCCKlto putted 

r.irfng poIfcyhiiliicTf. 

fK.ii niran* It mrann tltat the Cnn- 

rh.ir It It rjreful in (he aelectiiu of ruke and that 
It i« parti.:uUrtv prudcOt III th* tAwegfengOtof 

I ■ vhoIdcTS* funds. 

1 hrKo are reasons why Confederation Life 
AsKDcjarion It 
insure with. 



why Confec 
MOgncto^T A 



Writr for tho paiapUet endtled **Pro6it to 
IPoHcyhokUfg^ Itteote bono poHcyMJgw* 

experiences. 

Confederation Life 



AasociatioA 



TOROKTO 



P. LSWIN, C.L.U. 



Sir Jamet DougloB 

DiviRtoN m 

Rolls of Honiw -Pronclrnry. Bw- 
aard Shtpton; deportment. Joy 
mnsrUmi regularity and punctu- 
ality. Marion RIUls. Beckp Mortimer. 
Louise Manrood. DorothyPlrtijher. 

Promoted to Grade vm — Jack 
Bamea. Kathleen Burnett. Loma 
Benfion. iJllan H;irton. Allw Bon-lay. 
FYatik Chan'.brrialn. Kenneth Cole, 
i>nrf.'hv I iirkdon. Joy Pullerton, 
I K.p .1 h V Pirtrher Lenard Pryer, 
Ka'hlern riro«!in. fiordon Oray, 
l-dna lluU-luns. Marion Halls. Betty 
Kuchea. Oordon Hatt, Rob^ Keefe. 
[>onald McLeAn, Becky Mortimer. 
Louise Marsh, Louise Marwood, 
Oordon paterWMV Kenneth PhlUp. 
.lom I m a Riun.^.^ v . f 1 1 1 1 v Shorrock. 
n'Tiiurd Slvp'on, MiUy eilToma*. 
CharUi' vivij.ri, I'lrnihv Warren. 
Mary Wril.i 

ORADI VII— DIV. IV 
RoUs o( Honor —Proficiency. Doris 
M. Msthlo5on; deportment. AiohArd 
Rhodr^itfeKuiarity aod prnfibrnm, 

Mona Humphrtes. 

Promoted to Orade viii E^'lv^ 
Anderson, Arthur Btuber, Alan 
Benll^, Anne MArle BJomfeU. 
Murray Bryce. Catharine Campbell, 
Violet Otvcn. William Halkett. Mona 
Branphrles. Ronald HopUns, Wil- 
liam Hudson, Douglas Hunt, Nona 
Islip, Doris Mathleeon, Doreen May- 
•inrd, Gertnidp Montague, Br\c 
Moon. Rtch.ird. Moyer. Man'uret. 
Mr T'ouKiiIi , G^T'loii M^ir I (h iI Cal - 
rloii'i Ma'-'kinnun I >■ it hv Me- 
Mlcklni.' Itfg'.nHl.l Pack, Clitude 
Peden. Dick JUiodc', Hubert Sreats. 
Helen jStevcoF. Charles Btevena, 
RADbard SurphUa. OyrU Prevett. 
Shirley Walker. 

nnmoN t 

itoll.i of Honor— ProAcAency. Joan 
Taylor; deportment. Dollna Mackln- 
non: regularity and punctuality, 
Margarets brdrr. 

Pramoted U> Grade Vin — Betty 
Bngfni. Cynthia Patrweaiher Heled 
Pollock. Joan Taylor, Jane Trotter. 

ITonioti-d lo (jfade VUA Gladys 
Al b.'U John Olatk?!'* k, Hnrry 
Browii. Jack CianpboU, Jnaaic COK, 
Horrv Pati Ntanraret Harder. Pred 
Ilartipy tVwurlaji Hill-Toul, RJrhard 
lliik'.'". Vi ria Himibcr, Be'ty John- 
ttinn, HTiirn Johnston, Lesley Mac- 
Donald. Dollna Maokianon. Kalth 
Mclntyrv. Bruce MoLefadi, Audrey 
Nixon, Rita Rorrlft Betty Patton. 
Joaiph Peacock. Patay Rhodes. 
Pato SUpe. Lonte Tayler. 

OBADB Vn-DIV. VI 

Bolls of ROoor — Proficiency, 
Ptanres DonaM: deportnaal. Jean- 
rtta Slant; regularity and puno- 
tu&Ut}'. Atlf^n Batrd. Ohrtitme 
Bevun. Hardt..'v 

n. n(te>-, Ai«'« (_ r.Awr ifj Allan 
"vtes Frances Doniild B^nrrley 
t^i ker. Jamie Pifld-i. Peler Hartnell. 
Gwen PJchens-ftmlth. Vtmie Ktlsby. 
Tommy McKeachte. Beverley Pearce. 
Oaoffrvy Roynokls. Brrana BOwe. 
Jade Rtofcca, Douglas Strang. Mamie 
Rulhvan. Jean Taylor. Olen Thomas 
prTmole*d to Grade VIA -Ernie 
Atkln-vm. Alleen Baird. Mary Brawn. 
Fr*^ Carter. lTf>ne Bits, Douglas 
llardttty Jim KaAlam. Msnrare* 
MrlntoAh. WiUlam Parker. oia(1v<> 
Rowi<^, Oeorgr Smith. George 
Stark. IJoyd 6tent4«l« TttOf WQ. 
v»n. Muriel Wlnterhotlom 

r.RAnK v~niv vn 

noWfi of Honor Prorini^ncy, Dora 
I^M-. deport nieni Jan^ I^amble: 
rririilarl'v and p»inrt'mIILy. Kath- 
lj-*n Br>«rien fV*rrt Oilrhrl.'*t Jane 
\trAlLJ<.t«r. Haael Mackenzie. Marie 
Tbomaa, BlUy Wabnen^ Oathartna 



u»Orii4eTXt-cionLet. 

MbftoTlMnMAGUh- 



nl.'rcd Cini.hj.ir.. John Oroga.n. I>oo- 
ald Johtiston, Lloyd Matthews. 
OonataiMe Purser. Hadley RoweU. 
Howard ReynoMi, Buel Bmtth. 
Margaret Bteventon, Bky Whlttaker. 
DIVISION IX 

Roll* of Honor ProOolentqr. I»ab^ 
Sullivan; deportment. Audrey Brig- 
den: regularity and panetuaUty, 
Ulllan Ftoater. Allan Httdaon, Janet 
Marrlon. Stella McAllister. Irene 
Parker. , 

rn-wnotcd to Grade Vh- Ho-»-ard 
Eliirocti. HegUiald Bcimell, Audrey 
Bngden. Rnyinond Duncan, Jc»an 



torn, Pat Strong, Gwynedd Thowaa 
May Worlkdgv: Jamca Saunders 'oti 
trial). 

Promotad from Ormde Hb to 
Oradb. lU-IiMVle MMO, DOWglas 
Adkrn. Pnddi* Baala.: Ulllan vm- 
all (on trial). 

DmSIOM IV 

Rous of BOMK l^ o fi g hmft y. R07 
l^irtor: deportment. DM Mams, 
ngrularlty and punctuaUty. P^tb 
Sinclair. Maurice Huudleby 

Promoted from Qrade In to Or»de 
lib— Roy TXylor. Bdllh Gardinn 
David Hobbs. PaJth Sinclair. Doru 




Fletcher. Lllllam F<«ler. Shi Uti Mc- Mann, Maurlcp Hundleby. Hoy Ban- | 
AUiater. Thomas McMarUu. Louni i nisler Pamela Ortmston. Margaret ' 
McPheetwa. Blaabeth MacUe { varnev Artie Kinney. Andrew 



Janet Marrlon, Dtekle PoUock, Dor- 
othy filMgiatt, Pred Sborrock. Rob- 
ert Stark, Isabel Sullivan, Ida TYev- 
ett David Webb. 

Promoted to Onule VJh- Joyce 
Andrews. Robert Acton, Prarl r-\ 
Domild nibbft, Stanley H iM:' .'i. 
Oertnidt- Mackay. Boyoe Maraiiail, 
Ixane irv.k^-T Florence PandaU, Ai- 
«e*«a h'Ax-r'-5on, Allan Badeon. 
Evelyn Rowe. Pearl Mclflwalae. 
Oerard Wllea. 

DIVISION X 

RoDs of Honor — ProAdenoy. 
Phyllis Louise Christian; depart- 
ment, Dorottur May Jonea;. puoetu- 
alltr und regularity, EleabOr May 
Moffat. Domen Ruth Murray. 
Charles Trevor Rhodes. 

Promoted to Orade IV— Wlnnl- 
Ired Applegale. Dick Andervjn 



Kiught, Glenn Manser, Bobby 
Renzy. Boward RovebotUgn. Rose 
Anderton, Douglas Olover, HUda 
Bamca. Harold Mlchelin Arthur 
r>avey. Alec Cowden, R*»y Masters, 
r«w)ne Pagettk Xrene ataflord, Oor- 
,ioi. Koe. aria HWiherann. Ttkomas 
pnc*. 

Promoted from Grade lb to Orade 
Is^ "O 1 o r 1 a Uoiatord. Ma*«aret 

BucUngtuun. Owenith Dodnrorth, 
Jack Moffatt, Daphne Button. CUa 
Pigat, Raymond Vu-nev 

iVorl^ Ward 



PronMcd to Orade vm— Bar- 
ban Allan. Kathleen Bua Douglas 

Chan. Nellie Chan. Dorothy Chow. 
Ellinbeth Ccnnor. Ahire Ciirnutt, 

»*™ npf><-B-<~ ' — ' Mar)onc EdwardB. KaUileen Galger,! 

Gordon Ball. Edward Bfunl'»rrt, R'-x 1 J,^fJ,p^ Oallouav, H^nrv i'.i^. Ed-, 
Baum. Prank Brown. Wallwre Ca- ^.^^^^ Oo'-xlwin riltlord llarn.s , 
vett. Phyllis ChrlfiUan Harlan Dou- ; j^^^, ,, ,^,„ Marion Jop Hazel i 
gan. Gordon i;ilU._ Geoffrey Pair- jon^; Bnia Kccler. Shegaio Kuwa- 



weatber. Doroiby Oladstone. Joan 
OlandlnniAg, Helen HlU-Tout. John 
Jenklnson, David Jones. Dorothy 
May Jones. Shirley Kramer. Ken- 
neth L*- Lacheur. Doroen Lewl\ 
David MrArthur. Douglas McColl, 
Dorothy Mcniwaine. Nell MacKin- 
non, fluthrrfnrd Miller. Eleanor 
MotTat, ElaJnc Mmiroe, Doreen Mur- 
rav, IrLs Noel. Stanley Parker. Ovr- 
aldlne paterson. Sidney Randall. 
Charles Rhodea, WUUam Klppon 
Raymond Rnee. Ftorenoe no«ney. 
Jalin Stewart. John TbomgKni. 
nmsiov XI 

HfOL* nf Hi^n'w- - Proficiency. Beat- 
rui- d'Hl'-m. punriii.iUly and regu- 



barSk Roland LaPay. Annlr Uma 
Lavergne Le/ley, Nora Lowe, peter 
Lowe. Richard McMillan. Boy 
Maynard, Munel Nicholson. Sue 
tup, victor BawUnge, NlchoUb Rey- 
nard. Robert BaUedge, May Smith, 
Peter Stewart. Bvelyn l^ylor. onf 
nth Timothy. Bona Travis. Rlcli 
ard Vigar. 

Pmmotcd tti Grade Vila- I>iri!i 
Arviyle ShPiil A.-iliikuwM, Hfirn 
Hlake. Silvia Bimif. ThomnA Booth- 
mnn, Ruth Cajw, Marcella l>paiir- 
Krrrman^ Thora Honisoh. Mim 
Hoi>e. Peter Joe, Oladys Jones, 
Alko Kondo. Sabro Kuwata. Toahl 
Kiiwata. George Lowe, Jackson 
Lowe, Audrey Mllne. William Mc- 
Donald. Marjone RnhlmM»n, Keti- 

era 



PEAKS OF PLEASURE . 



Into the cool of ihe mounuins, everyday 
cares dropping behind to the tune of the 
clicking: rails as we draw near the en- 
ehanted land of vacation time. 

The rush, of preparation is over and you 
have leisure to take stock o£ your tfur- 
roundintrs. Maka ourS the 'responsibility 
of seeing that your clothes strike no 
shadow over the briifht sunshine of your 
holiday. We can renovate last season's 
frnck or th;it stained suit in a manner that 
will fiurprist* you. Ktlicient and modern 
methods we use exclusively and operators 
of the highest training are entrusted with 
your commissions. 

Prompt and reliable, we guarantee satis- 
faction. 



Phone 
3302 



90S Ff.ri 
Street 



lartiy, Elsie Doreen Cog. Grace 

Stuart; deportment. Muriel Mhtoolm „ . ,, t. , c ,. 

Proiioted tftGmde in*~-Beatr1cc neth Roskelley. Fred &cnv^ v, 
O^. BUecm Hartley. MUdred Ir- «*^'^,»'«^^^^ 

Norma Mrnwnlne, Groree Ha.-lan, | p^^^ ^ q^^, vnh-Oraoe 




mo 
Trla 



Allen. Dorothy Brown, William 



Norma 

Proinot«l to Grade IlIto~<leor»- i 

BiRleharril Rotw-n Pleld.r Stewar^ Flndlay. ton Hamilton, 

HewMoiK J'^'^^'S^MWUU^^ Hampton. MUdred Insle 

Lowe. Donald Mabon. Dorothy Biac- U^ ,^ Johnaon. Harw Kawa- 
kay Morlfl Malcolnu J«m j^,,^ 
Wesley Marshall. Irene Maue. Win- ^.,„„^, j^.,,,, 

ston Pakton. Hay PMton, June Virginia Mciwu- 

SBiUey, Grace Btoarl. AMXkoder wuiiam Meadowa, Btanloy Mc- 
TbSnaOn. La^in, Einte Mercer, OharHe Quaa. 

DIVISION XII ToniMiv Qimn Frank Ralph. Ul- 

Roiu of Honor- Pra&cleney, Wll- hun Rivers, juycc Robinson, Pred 



liani Walker: punctuaUty and reffU- 

ir^r^ty Irene Sitrgent; deportment. 
Hilda Newton. 

Promoted to Orade lllb— Jam'-s 
Clark. Inn Donald, William Jark- 
man, AlULalr MrtClnnnn. Dtincan 
Mrphft'ter.s. Charley Prior. Tlionia* 
Rhodes. Mary Rlddell Philip 
Tliomas. Irene Bargcnl. Wllma 

Seward, sric Stuart, Oonsianoe aul- 
livan. WUUam Walker 

Promoted to Orade Its— Oordon 
Agnew, BlUy BonaVld. Betty Paw- 
cett, Freda Green. Alma Jenkir^fin 



Scott. KniJlv Spenihott. Llm Wah. 
James Wall'-r. Wah Ylm 

Promnlj>d til fira<lf- VIb -Jamen 
Bakrr AILmt! liai*-:. l^.ijua Bur- 
nett, Alice Craii;, Chaxles Conway 

Lome Crelghton. David Drever, 
JennM Drever, (Madyi fintaon. 
■velyn Plahlock. Stephen Oale. 
Charles Orlfmba, Bert Harvey. 
Bdna Hayes. Henry tfarrls, Alfred 
Hogan. Helen Ing, Daryl Johnson. 
Muneo Kawasoe. Rita Keeler, Hlaa 
Kuwaia. Jack Lee. Delay Lee. 
Jamra Lowe, James McMillan, 



.k'an MUlon. Jf>an Mutton, Henry 
Multon. Victoria Nip, Charles Nip, 
' Jack Polrter. Ruth Prlngle. Barbara 
Richer. Elnle Sage, * George Sage, 

Hfi( ri Sll^I-h John Sneddon. John 
.S'.-aiii! « i-' irk'tna Stewart, Muriel 
. Strong, nank TUlyer. Archer WU- 
louithby 



Bariwn* Mackay.' Marjorte MrH- Inme.. MrOary. FIorei«e McGltfne. 

waine, Hilda Newton. Cecil H*nd-.n ^-^'5 ?fH?^: 
Eleanor Rogera. Gnit" H.-'^*-;! Uoii' 
eld Steats. Artlmr .'^■m.'iff, Nrih.' 
llMimson. John Wood 

promoted to Onulo iih Kutii 
Baloam, Waveney ni.shr>p Br\i'' <■ 
Dawion, Fosler L^hrrvotKl. Lt>rii>- 
Ron. 

« . .'ir^'*'*!lLi? Promoted lo Grade Vb- Kathleen 

RoUa of Bonor-Praflclennr. Don- Arrtidrti Muriel Argyle. Naomi Asii- 

fS.'^'''af!if?^ "y'n'?^' R-*"" A^'on- Barton. 

larlty. Brte Peck: depwtuient. Robert p^,^ Barber, WUUam CeOadlne. 

. „ „ CaUm. Mattflde Chan. Roytl 

Promoted w Orade n— Bartara ciia^ James Chow. WcetaU Clark 
Bamfleld. Manraret Brtgden, Bemlce Cart Edwards, flarah Bnery, WU- 
Brydgr.v Prancfta Croekford. Donald pindlay. Harry Pong. Oinee 

pieWv Arthur Friberg, Shetu , „^,. oeorge UunpUm. Hon 
Oravw. Robert on^n Eihfl Hole. I H,rri^_ Kalhertne Heniott. Ruih 
David MWier. cyni Mr*s .U an Pank- 1 Hogan. Wlnnlfred Hooper. Yo^hiro 
huiBt. Krlr Pc-^k harbara Purwr. j^llda. Morris Ker^lake Ridnev 



RoWti Roach, Kftlhlern .'=Ihute. Oor- 
don Sibbaid. John drntlh. Delton 
Turner. Kenneth WUla, 

Bomli Street 



Kmilakv. Oladvs Kin. n *v K 
tjora. May (.ana. Annlr Lowr, E\p- 
lyn [ i.Ar p.-'-r l^<'Ar Harry I>owe 
H,»r\fv L-nwp. Mav Lang, Wong 
Uing Ports McGulBe. Ina McMillan, 
Mav Mar, Rita McCarrtsan. David 
Mcintosh, Violet Medley. Loula 
Mener, Ulllan Netann. Oeorge Par- 
ker. Dick Potta, Ping Quoa. Ladle 
Robinson. Allem Shun. Isabella 
Stuart, Roland 8mlth (i^rirce 8ue. 
Hhteko ShImUii. Frank T'annoek. 
Jane Taylor. Rdna Taytor. Joe 



DnmioM t 

ilonor RoUa— Pninetancy. Kath- 
leen Riley: deportment. Bleen Wll- 
kmM>n. puetuahty and rcguJarlly, 
Res IlurKUeby. 

promoted frnm Orade TVa to 
Gradf- Kn'hlrrn Rllev nilly 

OrtKini I'o-i imoiri, BifHT WU- Travla. g:rne*t TtUyer. Uuuii Wbog. 
kinson l.iTifi,', l-.ldie, Iv.rLi Man- Edith Whit taker 
ninK, pfKTv MM't-^rianr Oensil j Promoted t,, . ,: . i 'v«--Mar- 
Jnner^ Ar' hi'- r^'^ittj* oiiv^ Mann ' gvvi Burnett. Vt^ia Casey. Ida 
ivKr.i r-.^t If/. H,,r.(ti.i.i irajCtina Mary Cbo w. CUn to n^ Oopway . 
Phillip*, itnTiiiiaji .i<inef., .h.nr Fulton B*v Oiwich. Ikwil OreeDweD. 
, BlUy Roe Nanmaa Oreemnlth. a«arge Grwxtoo. laa UorMb. John 
RybU Hnlyaak. Dmigtss Blackstnek. Munroc. Hilda Bnntnw g iy H alph 
Owen Stofcas, Prarvut RAbtnjvm. ) Daytm. Bttlilil UiMa, ASngg IM> 
Jean Laidman. son. Stewart R o bwtaoP. Osoglgg 

Prtnnotert frrKn < ;rwi. rvb tolBam. Leonera f*mlth. Reanor 
Orade rvs- -KTn'-*h rtownwm. | Btoart, Jewue Tanir koOti, Tartar. 
M*nrar«>t r>«vis M«>irtrp n^ut^- ■ Mary Wong. AUeen Wcaig, Arthnr 



sukayu Kamachl. wilUsm Klaaeek. 
M.nnuj Laitansi. Ruth Lt. Annie 
Lowe. Lilly Uiwe, RobtTt l^e. 
Pearl MrOary. Charles Meadown, 
Alice Mee, Orwe Mulderlc. Blanch 
Parkrr. Henry Plsmondon. David 
Pvf, PoriTii Shum. F^imlko Khlmteu, 
Josweni Ringh. MVnie Stewart, 
Mary Wclla. Marjory White. Amy 
Wong. Thomaa WormaM. Udog 
Yuen. 

Promoted to Orada OTa—OladJni 
Argyle, Ruth Akbton, KnofBl 

Campbell. MarJ«r\' Chapman. TVi'l- 
ma Earle. Ruth Kmrrv. CliH-'h K^t- 
r''n^*>r. John (Jallowfty. Willlani 
riou.«i"n, Ha/cl Huichevm. Victor 
Law. Mabel Laurie. Sadie McMillan. 
Ttmnaa Ralph, men Hanaa, Brn- 
est Scott. • 

pramoted to Orade nib-^Cay 
Alherion. Edna Sorrow, Ruth Boyd. 
Eleanor Brooke. Tina Burnett, 
George Chow. Bvelyn Connor. Mary 
CraiKdallte. Dorman Hoy. Jacob log, 
L'-slie Lamb. Rcglna Lang, SaMe 
Mm, Beily Lim. Matthew Lo. Oay 
Lowe, Audrey U)we. Herbert Liu, 
Bow Mar, Fanny Mee. John Mer- 
rott. Olivia Plamondon. liordoa 
Ratwy, Koso Saito, Sarwan Singh. 
Jack Tang, May Wong. PM«r Wong, 
Ida Yuen., 

Promoted to omde tla—Hong 
Ohtw. Joe Hall. Um WaL 

Pmnoted to Orade lib— Joe 
Ftong, PhlUlp Ing. Oaoigg LeoDi. 
Betty Um, nnsy Loo, Audrey tinre. 
Beatrice Tang, Ethel Wong. 

Promoted to Orada Ia-<niuog 
Chow. Ring Cbow. John Ohrowe. 
Thehna Ohrowa, Thomas Zhg, Ahoa 
Lowo; te«e Um. 

DIVISION I 
Ralls ol Honor— Deportment, Nor- 
ma Mann; proflclency. Oliver Arrn- 
dfU; attendance. Oliver Af-nd*-!!, 
Robert Beggs. Muriel Chapman Ed- 
ward Deaoe- Free man. Lillian Laird. 
John Lo, DarrtU Prtngle, Btertlng 
sum. Dorothy amknam. Vem Waa- 
ler. 

omKiov II 

*^tohs of Honor -Deportment, Doris 
Patterson, pmnctpticy Robert Beggs. 
Joseph Adduon. attendance. Rich- 
ard Berry. UJram Cadiie, PhfUp 
Ctflut. BUAbeth Couch, Oorle Han- 
nay, Ivy Henry. MargsfW Suodln. 

DiviBioN tn 

Roll* of HoT'ir - Drprtrtmert,. 
Blaabeth Connor; proflclency. IBng 
Hope; auendanee. RoigBd UiVip. 
Richard VIgar 

nmsioN rv 

Rolls Of Honnr nrxwirtment^ 
Thira H un lM ii : pronoerKy sylvia 
Blmle; atteAdanre Ruih Case. Mar- 
lorla aoMnmn. Alverda soOth. 
DIVISION V 

RoUa --J Honor Deportment. Ul- 
llan Rivers: proflrienry. Joyce Rob- 
bunn; aitaortance, Arthur Conway, 
ttonio Kawaaoah Hale Mercer. #t«d 



Joner 



WU- 



Jansi 
ertne 



(yn utal Ronnie Bannister. Dor- ' Hams 
othr Burrawa, lily Bui i DW t Jwms Promoted tn Orade rvb— Jack 



Coutta. 

Prantttcd rnm Orade noa t« 
OMd» mi m m Barber, DonaM 
Pigkv. MaiTuente AndnlQn. 
DgHkh M B. Horace Llndxey. 

onnsiON 0 



Aiherton. Tbm Barton. Oordon 
Cafnercn. BIwuud Casey. Herbert 
Chan, nnay Cbow. Raee Cbov. Btto 
Ohonr, M»gAnt DOa lii e L ItaM 
Pboie. Prank Oale, Oeorge BalL 
Hope. PhyUM Hooper , Joe 



BOgan; prtj aukn w j. Mag Mir; at- 
tendance. Kathleen ArendeU. LOUan 

Nelson. 

Dnmioif tx 

Honor Rotlf- T)rport.mpn( Thomas 
Ralph; profinrn'-: , BkUia narrow: 
attendance, edns Harrow. KuUi 
Boyd, Kennrth rnrnpbcll. Mary 
Oralgdallle, Jnhn Oi^lloway, Hazel 
tftrtrhefi 1 1 1 1 Kmt ^L R.'ini e, 

DIVISION X 

Honor RrtUs— Dcporl.m.'ni, Myrtle 
Pteaart, proflclency. KtliLh Whll- 
t Ik I' r , at tendance . V lola c;asey, 
Man:»r**t DtrwhurKt, Mabel Fnote. 
Prank Gale, AlTrcdn Nrlaon. Fumiko 
Shlnilxu. Leonora .'^ii^ith. Marjorle 
Whtt«» Edith Whriok'- 
DIVldlON M 

Hori'jr Rollr— ri« I'lf iiiTit. ■I>9mmy 

Quan; proficienry i-ni! Wah; at- 
tendgnce. i^rTk^e su*- 

oivisioN xn 
Honor Rolls- Deportment. Ida 
Oban: proficiency. Annlt Lowe: at- 
tandaooe. Raglna Uog. 

DIVISION xnr 

Honor Hftt B P e pu il nieii t. Annte 
iMn; proflteciy. BaMe Bopc: at- 
(eadaoce. JuA Tip Tvtt- 
DIVtSIOK XIV 

Honor RoUi— department. Bca- 
trlee l^ng; proocicncy. Herbert 
tAa: atHndanoe. Pisnny Mee. 

Beacon Hill 

DIVISION I 
VmSB Orad«- IV to Grade V- 
ff o ehrt Agnes PoUock. Alntander 
Douglas C. Roberts. Henry George 
Hams, Ulllan Conway. Herbert 
Thomas Mason. Roy Bridger, Isabel 
Edith Margaret Brtent. Douglas 
Davis, Henry Wilbur Albi-rt Dawson. 
Oefjrge Dawson. Oeorglna DowdalL 
William I'hiw*', Mar>- Joyce Plnlay- 
son. D'fee .i-ovephine FrancL^. Ancu- 
rin Gardner. Phyllis H-^der Rod- 
erick Praser Hood. Dorothy Inttl'* 
dew, Yvonne Audrey CWette 
Jnneo, Melbourne Charlm K^-ywnrth, 
Maurice Uuir. Irene Katnna Miller. 
Uly Mary Mooren, Blen Kathleen 
Perry. John Charles Perry, Jcwril 
Pettlngell .Iran Rae Saunders, Alan 
Thlrkeil Marian Joyce Wlngate, 
Herbert Neb^>n Wool ten 

Rolls of Honor — Prencleney, 
Rachel AeneA Pollock daportmeot, 
ulllan rr.nrn^ regularity and 
punr-tuAtitv rv^*i/i')' tHvi« Oeorglna 

DOWdall. Liiv M ' 

DIMMftN n 



a(- 



DtVUIIOK VI 

Mlfr^Diiipartaient. Helen 
tog; mu B iA e n e j , AUee Ormlg 
tendanee, Robert Atfiton. 
Oalc, Una Rayes. Ina 
Divistofr vn 

BOBor BoUe— Popw im mt. Jan- 
eno Pwig i, BNAclaory. Rita Keel- 
er; atlrnflgnre. Albert Bate^. 
Charles CVmwar David Drever, 
<»*adya BrmtAn rhortea Grinthe. 
MUDCQ Kit*'' ■-■ lUr>i:%rd MItaO, 

Mkfy Bni' 

DIVISION VIII 



Prnniodvi Frr».i ^irvl" III »<i 
Grade IV -Manraret E Jiipp Mark 
McPhee, Prlrr Me^rrn fr^nr P«»arc»> 
Coulson rotttn««T Jran I, Apple 
Tard. Raymr-nd .1 riaine.'t fh,%rle« 
Bates. John P Batey. Walt^ F 
Btefctord. Malm U. ■iHlgwi b. 
John A. Wiidfcow. OonO. 0am- 
oMB. Kmb2w Omron. Kmt* 
noO) H. OMby. AiMMn P. Cifta. 
Winston F Curtis. Thomas P. Rgaa- 
neu Aimer O Reddle. Oeoret 
Htili-hlnaon. Nrema G .jrine« Rdna 
M tarkdc. Lillian M l^e Joan K 
Minhard. Jack R Mattliewit. FTnes- 
tlne V. MayrMrr] Winston Maynard 
Bhlrl«y V. MoKenMe, Bme^i a 
MnrM-m. Violet O Ockendea, Harold 
c prnontt, Jtme C. RMlnRtam, 
Aadrey M. Bytenda. Mac aaeo. 
PranoiB A. VtaOaee, InrtaA Whyteu 

BeOs of Bonor-Pref l otoney^ M ar- 
Btfvt Seine Jtipp: etpotPntsA. 
Hgl i h Irene Poaroe: regidarlly 



%S9. 



Ann Bifiia Manhard. ttiuM Artkui 
Moorea. 

DIVUKON m 
Orade n to Orade m-lrmi 
Joeephlne Dakem. Beryl Mary Speck 
Jack Leslie Vernon, Rneamonc 
Smart, WUlUun Joseph Hood. Jamei 
Marshall Amos, Rodnrv Marrv, Rod- 
erick Bnirr Rakrr. William Kdmont 
BtCkford. MUdrtv! Imnc noc,<juel, 
Lj-nford Roy Rourne Frnnk Churlcj 
Brlem, Agne.« Wlrnillrrd ('hr^*..^lh 
Isobct CrowUier. Vnlonr Win- 

Ourtls, Bdwln o«pn Cofsaa 
Rotarl Pralt DIckaon. Keiinetl 
Gray De Nike. Charles Henry Ham* 
mett. Herbert AleitandeT Rudion 
Roderick Pennington MrOraw 
James Miller. Hhella Vivian. Mayers 
WUIlam Gerald Oldham. Lawrcnf-i 
Prowd, Norman Carrtngion Richard 
son. EltitabHh Margaret Soiithem 
Orvllle Kme-sr R[>eed. William Ste- 
venson. Phyllis Jeasle Wllaon. Noreet 
nrnnds Young, 

Honor Rona--OeneTa1 proflclerwy 
Inna Joeephlne Dakers; deportxnonfe 
Beryl Mary Speck; regularity mad 
puneRsdtty. Xraa Jneophlna Daluia 
BTVmON IV 
Prom Orade I to Orade nx— 
Helen Bnioe DUten. Lorraine SUM 
DoalL Kathleen Joan Noble, U»r1 
Mlnetta Mountain. 

Prom Orade I to Orade n— Rut^ 
l^dla Cameron. WUUam Anh>ji 
Dakera, Joyce Rof^lna PaweK. K^ 

Wllna teltwood, Mnvl^ Il'-nrv Isa- 
bella Hmiaton. Gladyr. Gatherm^ 
J < .r V I cMf ph ine Ruth Jardliv 
Arthiir Raymond Loogflrld. Ronalo 
Vernon Rcweley McDowell. Dtsa- 
beth Mary MeUgan, Phyllis Mnrlaf 
POarse. Bdlth Carday Scott, Ven> 
June Wdodley. Helen Patrlola WO* 
•on, Jnroiieline Roie Young. Dong- 

U« HrvBn Prlfchsrd 

RrtlLs fi! Honor- Proflricnrr H^ler 
Brucr IJKon; deportmeni, P:ii/Al>*th 
Mary M<' I..ag:\i'i punrtuul ty and 
regular;'\ l^jt^'lLi H'ti-tnn 

( •mtlniu'd on V*tr ll 

L HOtS HESPtCi 

FO RAUT BOmn 

The subject that WW be pit— ill J 
at tag Grace Lutheran Chvoli thU 
MfBbis at the 11 oftMk. wlM li 
-At Thy Word." The pggMr* ■•»' 
Theo. A. Janacn. win anew Mr 
subject de41 with the pr^w^t 
tendency toward dlsrenp^t ' ti 
authorllv A "olo wtll Iv rft'lTwl 
bv Mr .; r Mitlhowm Al thr ere- 
nlnit f^rvicr at 7 M the pastor will 
speak on tJie gubjoot, "WorBl MMgg- 
ing lor " 

Today^B Sert'wpn at 

KMX PreebyUrUm 

An ITnenvTanic ImmortalK^ '3 
Tim. It. 10) W< ' «ub>efl» nt 

•lii MRilar* ' ■ > ^ 

at Kn"i Pt' : .;' ,' i.M Church, 
comer '>f rilAdsioro and fltaolef 
AveMUf'it Th^ th«^ie ol the eve- 
ning a addrms at 7 90 will be *An 
Annnymouji Haint" < L«k» a, M>. 
R^ T Havrsn DavtM 
cand<ic( both servleos. The 

via swot as Bsaal gg f i« 



China Inland MUnUm 

Ttw nronthlr meeting will be bOU 
. «l» J, gg »• T.WjCX 




a\ VICTORIA, B.C Si^iiAV, JUNK 3Q, 



OUR ANNUAL JULY SALE COMMENCES TUESDAY 



Sale of Rayon Lingerie 

$1.95 

Pyjamn^ Nightgowns, Princess Slips, Vests and Bloomer 
Sets. Urassiere nnd Bobctte Seta, Combinations, Petii 
iiii k'^ nnd Tcddic--. Smartly lailnrcd and lacc-trimnif d 
si_\Us in such in\<I\' cnlorin^s as Nile, coral, 5ky, pifik, 
peacli, mauvr. rh.imp.iiine aii<i white. Special, a t-ar 

rnrnt Jjil 

i 



— muiavikiv M new 



Woods Lavender Line 
Underwear 

Vests, $1.50 Bloomers, $U5 

Every Pair Perfect 

"Lavender Line" Vests in opers style only, with reinforced nnder- 

;irin and stifthrd *;houlder straps. Iri white, pink, peach, maiivr. 
malmaison, green, Marie Antoinette and black. Sizes 36 to 42. 
Each ^ — #1.50 

"Lavender Line" Btoomers in re^latioA ityle with double easy- 

stride ptisfict and eyelets for insertinp clastic Shades to mat 
the above. Sizes 36 to 42. Regular $2.75 a pair for ^^1.85 

SPLENDW VALVES IN 

RAYON UNDERWEAR' 

Rayon Silk Vests in snnni. coral, peaeh. green, blue, pink and 
blac}c. Small, medium and Urge siies. i^Shf 

Ravon Silk F'.nbdtc? to match, in two-tone effects and contrasting 

::nrtrr Small, medium ami lar^e sizes. A pair _ 08^ 

Rayon Sitk Brassieres in a full range of good colors. Sizes 28 to 
34. 36 and 38. Each 

OiMren'* R:^vr«n Silk Vr«(t« anff Plnnmer^ ^ pTiT-ment 



1. 11)1) r illis OF 

WOMEN'S 
HOSIERY 

On Sale Tuesday * 



70 Pairs only, of fancy Silk and 
Wool Full-Fashioned Hose in 
checks, stripes and mottled ef- 
fecta. Tan, camel and brown 
^ihades. Regular $1.93 a pair. Alsn Ml-Wool Tllack Cashmere 
Hose. Silk and Wool Full-Fashioned ^ose and fine All W '^ l 
Botany Hose. Some slif^tly shop soiled. Values to OQa 
$1.50 a pair. All reduced to, a pair ,, —O^** 

370 Pairs of Women's Fnll-Fashioned Silk Hose in black, white, 
rifle, tieipe. mnonlivht. bran, cedar, beechnut and sun ^4 flA 
tan Repular $2fKl a r-^ir. July Sale Price 9 I •UU 

300 Pairs of Full Kashmncd Service- Weight Silk Ho^r M u !■ 
moonlight, nude, grain, flesh, atmoaphere and ahelL 

iWV, Ham PhMr 



Sitk to tlTe top. Values to $275 a pair. July Sale Price„. 



VOGUE 
SHOES 
$7.85 



For July 8il* «t > 

Pair 



Reduced prices on many lines of Vogue Shoes are in effect for 
July. This provides an unusual opportunity to secure an extra 
pair cf Ihcw smart shoes for the holiday at a big price advantage. 
In all there are 25 different lines, somr bmkrn in si/e* Price 
kids in the different fashionable shades and combinations, and 
pater\t leathers, also puntps, strmpa and ties. Rcgularty aold at 
$110)0 tQ $15«) a pair for [ : 

WomciL^s Shoes 

fT!mm&^/''^ $5.85 

A large group of Women's Shoes covering a wide range of styles. 
Hreisy models in patent and *nnbum kid, tan kid Oxfords and tiet 
and KlarV ki4»4i9mct>ve strap *hnr% Redtieed lor our July S 

'V a ps'i" - - ^ h-'i 



Clearing Our Entire Stock From 

the French 
Room 

So a$ Not to Have a 
Garment Left Before the 
New Siock Arrives 

Evening Dresses 
Evening Wraps 
Afternoon Dresses 

■ 

Bridge Coats, Eto. 

At GreaUy Ri dm ed 
Prices 



EVENING DIRESSES (Imported Models) — Made from finest materials 
and most attractive effects. Heautifiil blues, pink, flesh 
Id.-ick and gold, silver and black chiffon, net and 
I'juin. Sizes 16 to 40. Regular values, $49.75 to 
^125.00, for 



AFTERNOON DRESSES (Imported Models)— Of chiO ^ 
flat crt[>e. Mack satin and heavy Canton crepe. Shades 
include navy and black. Sizes 16 to 44. Regular 
values, $59,50 to $69.75, for 



$25.00 
$25.00 



IMPORTED EVENING WRAPS-Of silk, metal tissue trimmed with fur 

collar and cuffs, linc<l with jade, rinj:^ velvet. * U jijrdd broche trimmed u itli 
snow leopard fur collar, cuffs and bfittoiu. Lined with pi ifMnm 
Of silk metal Irt'ochc with blue fox fur crdlar and cuti> 
and lined with rose ring velvet Values to $250.00 
tor 



$75.00 

— ftWMh ntma. Minlte Dwi.. IM PIm» 



OwEntire- St^rV r.f 



Womens and Misses Coats 



Greatlv Rr^hi.. 



Regular Prices Up to $69.75 
On Sale for 



$11.90 to $39.7^ 



Woniens and Misses' Dresses 

Arranged for Quick Clearance 



$5.00 

Regular Prices Were $7..S0 to $10.00 

$10.00 

Regular Prices Were $15.00 to $2a00 



$15.00 

Regular Price* Were $25.00 to $30.00 

$20.00 

Regular Prices Were $.v- on to $50.(X) 

— Mantte DcvV. IM n«vr 



One Hundred Knitted Suits 

Vin i'd lor Quu k i Ji ai mux- 

* 

\ alues to $9.90. qq \ \ alues to $21.00, 



inr 

\' alues to $15.90. 

for 



$s.so 

Values to $59^5, 
for 



\ aiues to jpiiSi.uu, ^^^^ 
Values to $29.75, y ^ 

$25.00 



Silk Ensembles Greatly Reduced 

$15.00 
$25.00 



Knsrmhles with sleeveless dresses, hip or full length coals 
Sizes 15 to 20. 



Kn'^emhle*! with pif.itrd or flared drcsses* hip and full 
length coats. Sizes lb to 40 





DAVID SPEl 

I.IMITKO 


N 


C 


El 


R 



t Ml; 



MILLINER Y 

Creaily livduu'd for July Clearance 

All our best grade models, in colors or black. V alues to $iO>00 
each, to be cleared at 

$9.98 

,M1 models usually prvced up to $15 00 each, to be cleared it 

$6.98 

Catalina Straw Hats in all colors and blade and white, to be 
cleared at 

$9.98 

A f^d aaaortment of Trimmed Hats, usually priced up to $10.30. 
reduced to 

$4.98 



.A larj^r asvortmeiil df Trimmed H at^ and v.'ood quality Straw 
Sports Hats, usuaily prn^' I up ir. $8"'=. rach ior 

$2.98 

I.ari^r I (-::horn Hats lor girU. smartly bound and banded with 

cbntrasiiHi; colors. 

$1.98 

A few Navy Blue and Black Straw Hats for schoolgirls, poke or 
rolled brim ahapea. Less than half price at 

$1.98 1 98c 

I tnal clearance of Washing F'n'- n drill, mu:ilin, etc Only 

50c 



CORSELETTES, 89c 

Medium length Corselet tes of cotton brocade, light ly 
boned acrpss front with wide sections of elastic tn hips 
Four hose supporters. Sizes 32 to 36 only. Each . . . 89^ 

"Oorwtk IM Floor 

GIRDLES, 75c and 79c 

Girdles of rayon <;lrij)cd rctmn, fratnritic: the long bark. 
Side htx>k styles with four ho&e supporters. Sizes 24 to 
30. Each 75< 

Strong pink coulil Girdles in wrap style with front clasp. 
Wide sections of elastic in sides. Twelve-inch length. 
Sizes25to29. Each 79^ 

BRASSIERES, Jyc 

Cotton brocade Ftrassieres. medium length with back 
hook and clastic around waist, ivach 39^ 



July Sale 
of Silks 

36-lDch Figured QQja 
lUyona. a Yard. ...»90v 

N'ovrlty Silks in various enl- 
orinps and dr^ign* OSf^ 

36-Inch Baronette AOja 
Sattn. a Yard - 

Suitable for Hresaet. Big 
a yar<l 09<^ 

36-lnch Figured Silk Voile, 088 
For dainty dresses : light and dark groanda. A 3«rd $1*98 



29-Inch Spun Silk, 
a Yard 



49c 



SHk of a reHable texture and in all shades. A yard. 



98e 



3MaGb Cttrton Crspa. VabMi a Yttd $t.M 

for , 

SuiUble for dresses ; black, periwinkle, grey, blue, biscuit and yel- 
low. A yard . „ ^ 

33-Inch Natural PonM^ ^ 
a Yard 



\ fine itradc, free from filling, suitable for dresaes and drap^iett 

A yard '!'»r 



4a-IiKh Embroidared Voila and Caorgatta, 
Vahiea to 18.79 tor 



$1.98 



l.ipht an ! dark ci<.iin<U; make* up very attractively. Prkcd 
yard - Ul us 

58-Inch Jersey Silk, Value a Yard 14.50 

for , ... .. _ . , 

Kxlra hrfl v texltire . prr%. tan an.) hisrinl \ var-l 9:^..M> 



$2.50 



i6-incb Black Coating Satin, JUnilar a 
Yard 8<JB for 



$3.50 



Brighl-iiniah aatin in a correct weight for eoata. Ik1.50 

-•mOkM. turn near 




OUR ANNUAL JULY SALE COMMENCES TUESDAY 

With Many Wonderful Values in Men's and Boys' Clothing 



Sale of Tweeds and Flannels 

* 

36-Iadi wool check 

white tnd ^»Mn«Dd white. Regular a yard $125 -for,. 4 WW 

4(VIiieb TwMd* Of hard-wMU-iof texture. Virioiu coloring 7Qtf% 
A ytrd , „. f 9W 

31'Ioch Sporta Flano«li|, AU^oot. close tCiBtur«» Ibr blaurs. C4 HA 
etc. All shk^M. A r»nL-^'..-.: I wU 

36-Inch fancy wool materials, fine weave; stripes and plAlds o 

light groands. RcRular a yard $1 75 for 

54-Inch Silk and Wool Jersey Cloth, for suits or dresses. 
Rcptiv s yqwd $3.50 for 

27 -Inch Ulazer Flannel in even stripes. Black and red, rose 
and blue. Regular 98c *^ 



98c 
$1.98 
69c 



Drug Sundries and Toiletries 

July Sale Money'Smer^ 



Hair ^htthoa 

Good tiBefuI bristle bmstaes * 
for camp or week-end jaunts. 
75c Talne, f*^^ , ,■. .^iftf 

Hind's Hone/ and Almoad Cream 

"iOr -irr , 94^ 



Florida Water 

Murrajr & I«aninanX 
iQe» twftt afxe, each... 



Pino Bath Capsules 

Frafrant and refreshing ; 25c 
fite at, e»eh , 10^ 

Batft Crystala 

\'iolrt. eau He Cnlogne and 
lavender. 45c bottles at. 
each J$S^ 

Skin Tonic Soap 

\*iolet scented. Exceptional 

value at for 



Deodorant (Lady Pair) 

Specialty recommended for 
excessive per9pirati'>n and 
hndy orlori; 7Sc value. ...58^ 



Berade $aA Cold Cream Boap 

(ViBOlls) 

aOc rakc7 3 for 43^ 

Citrate of Magnesia 

A hloofl-puniyinp, rooling 
beverage, slightly laxative. 

ftaldBts Powden 

Full strength ; 8 boxes, 30^ 

French Caatlle Soap 

Imported from Marseille:, A 
pure olive soap at SB cakrs 

for , 50f 

Chamois Skins 

16 X 21 inches. Excellent 
value, regular $1.25 (or 75i^ 

D/tlnu 

All colors for tight fabrics in 

wfvil. cotton nr silk. 10c 
packets for, each 

Woodbury's Dental Crsam 

25c ttibcs, each 18# 

Aromatic Cascara 

4-or, 45c bottles, each, 32< 



A Verv Special Offering of 

Women's 
tine Shoes 

On the Bar^n High- QfT 
way at, a Pair 

Many lines of high^riccd Shoes brought from our First Floor 
Shoe Department to clear at this reduced price. 

Shoes for All Occasions 

"iirt Patent Leather Strap Shoes and Pumps; Sunlxirn an.) Two- 
I f lie Sandals, Pumps and Straps; Tics and Oxfords in patents .nnd 
colored leathers; Itlue Kid Straps and Ties and White ji i i;. i 

Ki'I Sanrl.ilfi ' ' ie at.._._.. ^4.95 




July Sale of Art Needlework 

ICnirli'^h Four-Ply Fingering Wool in pink. blue, lemon, orantr*", cream, 
periwinkle, buflf, charapaKuc. ^r^y. navy, brown, white and ft O 
heather mixture. Priced to clear at, a pound $baw9 

ixru Sets including cushion, 36-inch centre Snd 18 x 45-inch scarf. 
Stencilled on linwe ia Maebird and maple leaf He^i^^ QQ 

Pouch Bags for cross ititch embroid 
worked and with CQtton sufficient for 
each for 




e on unvsa, psrtly 

«> 98c 



\prons sumprd on unbtMched cottem in aeVerwl designs for 



riiitirnirlcr\'. I'.acll 



An ('(i'lnient taiblc nf Stamnerl Gooils, including Voile Apron'* 



25c 

OM.S. I.unch Cloths* Card Tsfcle OC** 

Cover*, etc. .Some ulighlly damafjed Priced to dear at, each faWC 

Oddraeiit* in B*»ket|, Basket Trays, Flower Pot Holder* and Fruit 
Baskets. All marked down to clear at much below cost. 



In the Ykiiiudut Dtpartment 

IV.ich Cases, waterproof lined: • ' ■ 
he<^e are alightly datiagad. ^ -J QQ 

50c 

$1.29 
$1.95 

$2a75 




;ic*d to sell at 

taby Carryalls, slightly damaged 
ach 

Fibre Sutt Casea, slae 22.lncb 

Kach 



1' I brc Suit Cases, 34 and 26 inches. 
Each _„ 

Thefc with outside strap. 

r-ach 



Club Bags of split leather, black or brnwn, walrus grain. 

Sire 18 ■ ., I ■ ■■ , .. . 



Women's But III a a Suits 

All-Wool Bathing Suits in rib stitch. Colors include Niic» , 
csnary, peacbdc red and black. Regular 93.75 values lor. wmw 




125 MEN'S SUITS 



$23.75 



I aluf\s to 
$i5M for 



A Group of 1 lif;h Crndc Snit^. includinp: fine whipcords, 
ail-wool English tweeds and blue worsteds. AH the 
newest styles, newest colorttig^ and weaves. All aizes. 
An OutsUndtng July Bargain for 923.75 

Ototbtaa. Ma* 



100 MEN'S SUITS 

$18.50 



Values to 
$35.00 for 



Suits of fine tweeds and worsteds, in favorite Summer 
shades and patterns. Newest styles. Wort4i almost 
twice the July Sale Price " 



— MfD • CtoihiM. UMtn nsar 



50 MEN'S SUITS 

$14.00 



A Bargain^ 
Each 



New Model Suits, single or double brca^ud. All-wool 
tweeds in light, dark and medium shades. Sizes 34 to 
40. An unusual bar£:ain foe $14.00 



Gloves 

50c 



July Sale Price, 
s Pair 

Xovelty Chamoisette Gloves with em- 
broidered turn-bacfc cuflFs and plain or 
embroidered points. Shown in biscuit, 
mode, Aeelle, new paalel, grey, rose- 
wood, sand and cedar. Sizes 6 to 7^. 

Sprr^-.' . '■ i-r SO** 



REAL LEATHER 
HANDBAGS 



Vahiea to $4.60 Each 



$3.98 



','onien's Handbags of genuine leather, 
11 pouch and underarm style. Made on 
-trong frames and all neatly lined and 
titted with mirror and change purse. AM 

p-'ififla' rii'Mr^ TmIv Snip Prirr 



Outstanding Bargains in Staples 



Cril- Size Cotton-Filled Comforter 

Kacb . ^ . 



50c 



C otton-I'illcd Comforters, a 
covered in floral silknline. 
Double bed sise. Each 



$2.25 



\\ hite or Striped Flannelette; 3<, OCm 
inches wide. Per yard _...fc3C 



(^r.mfrtrter and Mattress (."n\ er^ if Q 

in |»retly fl'iral designs lUch «irfc*^w 
Army Blankets in grey or brow 



$149 



Natviinl Colored Shirting with wool 

My inches wide. Per 4 C 

yard ■ 

Kl"ral .^rt Ticking in many prett^ QQo 

df«if,'Ti^, Per yard wWW 



Fancy Plaid nianketS in in 
color combinations. 



$1.00 



Mitl Ends of Circular Pillov 
V alues to 50c a yard 

for - — — 



29c 



Fancy ChinU Cushions in tight and dark 
covering-. Handy for veranda or |5IE|» 

camp- E.\ch . ."^w 



CiiHon llr- ■.■id'"Io(h in colors 
Merrcri/r<! finish. Per yard 



39c 



Ravon Silk Hediprcads in blue nr nifltive 
only Sixc80xl60. QC 

Kach „ 



Overall Denim in navy or- blsrt> 
Fine for boys* wear. -j 
I»cr vard 1 



l-'ully bleached Sheet.'i, free from ^4 AA 

dressing. Size 70 x 90. Kach * 

Size 80 X 90. 



i'rinted Cottons in small deaigns On 4 Ajk 
light backgrounds. Per yard . ' ww 

Plain and Fancy Rayon Silk in all CQ#* 
wanted colorings. Per yard »^99C 



$1.25 



rnblc.nrhed Sheet*. Just fight for the 

Summer buine. Size x 90. 



Each ™. 

<ir.f< 70 X *>n and RO x 
I-.arli 



98c 



White Hath Towels. slisilHly sh .; l 
Some wilh fancy coU)rcd border*. ^C^a 
V alues to $U5 each for IQiQ 



Hcsch Towels with fancy Jazs 

jitripes- Itach 

W'liite lUth Towels with colored 
jii..iHiafd ("Tders. I'.ach 



69c 
49c 



Snow \Mi(ic I'illow Cases of hard OCga 
wearing material. Per pair wlrW 

Full Sired lied Pillows (tiled with 

coltun. Kach „ 



50c 



White Turkish Towels with color 
borders. Values to 45c each 9Q«a 
for . ......^ flMvw 



Hemstitched Pillow Cases in a nitr «ofi 
fint.^h. Slightly shop soiled. 
Per pair 



S5c 



Extra Large Cokired Striped Turkish 

Towch. ICach „ „ . 

Fancy Striped Huck Towels in blue, 
pink or gold. Each ^^.^ 



49c 
18c 



Kxira Heavy Grey Flannelette 
Blankets. Per pair 

Feather-Filled Bed PiIMw« 
covered in art ticking. Each 



$2.95 

$1.29 



Pure l.inen Face Towels wfth fanrv 
colored hemstitched border-i. 
Ken^ular 50c each for 



Krinklctte Bedspreads strips i ■ ^ 
gold or mauve. Size 80 s lO.s ^ ^ 



Kach 



i i. welling suitable lor making i.f 
In rose ktri|4 ,,nly, aii4 36 inches 

wide, i'cr >ard . . ^ 

Fancy Colored Check Ratfi Mv 
P^ch 



rsf'e« 

85c 



White Kriiiklrttc Bedspreads ^ 
Si« 70 X W. Kach 

English Printed Bedspreads o: ^| '^j;r 
tan bMkgfOiind. Size 60 % 9fl--^9 I 



f'nre [.men Tea Towels, wi'li t 

nr gold borders. 
Price ^ ' 



2,0, 46c 




D SPE 

L. I M I T E O 




•tan UoBvt S A.U. IS f fJL\ 



BOYS' SUITS 
$9.95 

ece Tweed Suits in single rir 
double-breasted styles. Attractive patterns and 
shadea. Size* 30 to 36 ^ . ^BJtn 



I u i't'd Stills 



Tweed Suits. Regular to $12.50 
for 



Serv iceable suits in neat patterns. In sltftS 

Priced at -- 



$7.95 




R' v?,' Twcfd Knickers in fancy patterall fully liMC 

Sizes 22 to 28. A pair , 



Boys' Wnsh Suits in a variety nf rolnr<; and patterM. 

For J i<i 6 ve.irs ^ ■ 



SSe 



Boys* Blazers, in sizes 25 to 32. All well tailored A.'^sorted 
stripes. Each 



$1.00 



Boys' Khaki Play Suits, with short sleeves and short legs. 

Ti* - 



75c 



Bargains in Men's Furnishings 

49c 



Heavy Elastic Police Braces, 

a pair ^ , 

Elastic Web Garters m assorted colors, 
a pair . ™^ , 



Kayon Handkerchiefs, colored grounds and borders 

White Iriah Cambric Handkerchief 

at _ _ _ 

Silk Ties in Mogsdor stripes and fancy designs 

at „ ; 



Men's Soft Crepe-Finish Ties, good de^ierns fnr Snm' 
each,.,.,., „ _ _ 

Leather Belts With tongiie budttes. two-«ofte eotora» 

each ...... 

Tongue-Buckle Leather BelU, assorted colors, 
^■*^*« . ■ 



39c 

50c 
25c 
69c 
59c 



69c 



Sale of Men's 
Underwear 

White Dimity Athletic Combination.'^, no button 
style ; no sleeves, short legs. All sizes, ^ 
A suit f 9C 

Penman's Natural Balbriggan No-ButtOn Ath- 
letic Combinations; no sleeves, short - ^VAa 
lees. All sizes .... f 9C 

PaIhHg<g.in Shfrts and Drawers, short sleew and ankle 

lencth All sites. A cnrmrnt . ^ . 

Oddments Men'-* W hite aqd Colored Dimity and CambrK ^t'' 
letir Comi>inatiuii« ; do sleevea, ihorl l^i. S^es 42 Uld 
44. Regular $U5 w 




79c 



Men's Bathiiiu Suits 

\il \Vool Rib Stitch IJathuig J2«d6 



Monarch Brand, i it/ . 
Suits. Plain shades 



Penman** Alt-Wool Hathing Suits with contrast stripe. 



AT! 



$1.95 




Salt (^f Mens 
Shirts 

I 'uting and Negligee Shirts nith sepsrate 
or attached collars; plain shades nr itripei 

kH'''' .. $1.39 

Uuting Of Negligee Bbirtf with separate 
eolUr* to match or attached; 



plant «r atriped 

Mrn^ Work Sl.irt, M olossus brand), bluc cbanMiy, |(hak < 
rwiU, pin cheAs in blue or black; collar attached 



$1.00 



ENGLISH TBNmS SHIRTS 

$2. 



Or Sale. 
Bach 



Of heavy white dueb with collar and pocket. 
Cream Twill Tenma Shirts with collar and pocket 



English While *Mat Cloth Shirts with collar and pocket. Large 
only 



size 



Bargains in Stationery 

Fancy Boxes of SiaiiooflrT. Valtftt $m $iSt 

lor . . . ^ . . . ^ _ 

Bridg« Scare Pada. Regular 25e each 

^ - 



89c 

10c 

rnatm riMr 



16 



'iHI. DAILY I 'lljiMST. \ ICTORIA. B.C. SUNDAY, JUKE .V). 1929 



Vancouver Island News 



CONCERT PROVES 
OREAT SUCCESS 



•,r Iter! IP Ui proviije iMiuniiA tor 
[■uMir ni hfx'l-s at Mill Ray, (""iibtjlf 

■naoiMtnto wtth • mmIo bous« 
tu town vmlbNl tn tortmnmnti be- 
big v^aemA tn thaw adlMb some 
Ume ftfo. and an thaae remaim 
about ODC hundred do nan to be paid 

^iHAWNIOAN 1*AKP. Jiinr 29.— A o"- 
flrliKhrJ il concert which prnv*^ a' Thp lairr ajiillmr* cm Wwlnrwd^y 

Mjcr^s !rnm PVfrs iviini (if vipw pTpnIng provril iU apprfciaUtm uf 



'if thf C'-CTit^nlai rTiurrh CTiolr t't rsTJf^-ially mjoyed. al.vi th*- rnu.<.iriil 
ttlvr an pntiTiiiiiiinent, al Shawm- monoiogijes tif Mm (inrdun Valiant 
^ii.;. *t;uh *i..iiifl help tonrard a The l■^(ltu.^r^ sunii! by the Centen- i 
IMiLTioh for thf „mi chiinh Choir, unripr th*- direr- 
tiL>n of Mr Krajik I. 'l'u|j(n.in (viv- 



rrtxl k WLrlc rHnge style wJiri sd^j- 
jrct and virrr h le^l treat, I'l i\t r\ 
muAic lo\er presetiL 1'. was injliL-cd 
thai aome of (be ftudteDoe enjoyed 
parUrularly Che hanwrous quftrtcltea 
and diipw rendered In happy veto 
by Mfsdimftft Eden and TufKnan 
and Me.vsr*. .1 W Fiurkler and F 



!. Tupman ftie ■.'iiKHit; Mie "a 
took piare m the B.UA^ HaU on, the programme oflered by the ready i beauUful eom-ralr-. ,-<);>■, i>v \U- 
Wfldneaday evenliv- jaUmtlnn and sinew* IHUHtiin tt|lilMT Samuelaon and ni pUn'..M<): 



n was the mitmme nf tlM ottm i t»v« eftch tbem. 

of Mr Cave Ftrnun rnie, pmMnill Ite 



jlOnn bjr Mr. Jo Almond compieied i.uppUed t)> Mr 



- "-ert^ rm hm ja tlw AUUL 

Hall. 

aar. W. a. fltawt ttuftad the 
ftrtlata for eeailoK M far to help 
the raiifie of food mufllr. and also 
expressed the apprpriatton oC the 

nareiit.-' the whool tniateeh and lli^ 
i-lijldien '-hrin-selves for tlie splen - 
'till wu!k that MiM LoOMlale was do- 

:i;>.- in tbe eoBiPBurtty and thr 
the concm. a r T»n t <wrt» bvtiw fii 

(he )ianfl5 .'f Mis.-^ Melrose, secre- 

ijirv .[.-.•■.•.'I'ri 1)1 fin'inbens the 

I 'li'ira" t ieL\ Aiid ilif WiKTipn'" tn- 

- 1 1 ' u( .M uMi Fur ' hr 1 11 i ti,; 

Knc Walter and 



Brmrniett^ iUtnrvrt 
i$ Much Ln joyed by 

CAMPBELL RIVER. June 28 On 
Saturday The Campbell Riser 
BmwnlM Rave a ronc«rl here which 
wa-s riiurh enjoyed. Earh cluld rep 
reseiUed a flower in < u.\t<,ine of 
crepe paper. Mra. J luclier was 
■ooonpvuft and wltti Mql. Mii* 
IvrMd taufht the cMkMM. The 
ladies who helped make the cos- 
tumes were Mr^ ( Yawford, Mrss 
Caj-1 rhuhn Mrs J I'm- her Mrs 
WU-fcsl rtun mid Mrs rt')l>t*rLsoii On 
Sunday afternoon the pack repeated 
the programme la t|w M| VHd Iti 
1 he hospital 

FRIZES AUUtl) TiP 
SAANiCH FAIR LIST 




w 



HAT a wonderful scnicc tf) a 



loving niotJicr or father a Kodak 
can be! Children nc\'cr grow up in 
pictures. The snapshots you take of 
your children's babyhood keep that 
cherished babyhood for you 
forever. Year by year such 
snapshots become more pre- 
cious. When the fickleness 
of memory has made your 
recollection hazy ■ • » you 
can turn whenever you wish 
to the snapshots in your* 
Kodak Album ... and there m- b the f.mni.r 
living still is the cunning J^TiTL^^r u 
amilc the dimpled cheeks fn'i^^'t"^^ ^.^^^ 
that you loved so much. sL'% 




Alwsys Atk for 
KODAK FILM 



Don^t delay another dav keeping this 
priceless picture record <>i your cliil- 
drcn. If you have a camera get it out 
to -dav. If yon haven't, there's a 
Ivodak dealer right near you who will 
be glad to sh<nv you an 
Eastman-made camera at 
just the price vou wish to 
pay. Brownie Cameras are 
priced as low as $2.25 and 
the famous Kodaks from 
$ S upward . A nd all take 
good pictures • « . easily. 

Why not drop in at your 
nearby Kodak dealer's right 
away while you are thidk-* 
ing about it? 



Canadian Kodak Co., Limited, Toronto 

Kodaks . , , , $5 up , . . . at your dealerU . . . . (^ •^ 



SOLD BY 



THE OWL DRUG CO., LTD. 

Cmmt DM M« DMtfM CAMFBSU. %OIU>Uia Ph». 



Phooe 1«S 



soi.n 



DAVID SPENCER 

LIMITED 



» SOLD BY 



TERRY'S 



KODAKS— Devclepias and 

Printing 

Soda Pgrtor Saatlm 
ftir 400 



DR T IGS 



SOLD >Y 



Victoria Book 6c btationei y Co., Ltd. 

nmmU UWS GovmiMOt St 




SOLA VT 



>TB».«Vt.MAV 1670, 




SAAmoBTON. Jum a^Tbe 
following; nip.s have been eddad to 

the pri/,e It^i the Affrlcultuiml 80- 

eiely'N [»ajl Pair 

Unn Dr S F Tolmle. silver rhal- 
irnee cup, for txwt leam nl dratl 
horscR. also mmiBtiirf 

J. C. Scoby. l!^., cup lor best 
putebrad' Mnesf cov* ttn4 o^p tot 

B. O. Ooftt Breeden' AwKlatloa. 
GtMUaSfe cup for beet herd of tmts. 

Sone twenty-one oJa<uies have 
bean added to. the prize iim 

me Mounre Peed ( ■onipan> nf 
Sidney, t,it.s mauifurated a pn/.e [nr 

ci^nns. in the dancms section the 
Weeotrh Ptaneer Boetety Is gmn« a 
prtaa to the flnt snd second ootiple 
in a Mt «< bU-ttiqe quadrtnei. 



St» Aidan*$ School 

Sports Day \lrld 

LANQPORD, June 27 The an- 
nual iporu of St. Aldan's School. 
Island HlghvaT. w«re held on Pri- 
dar* award! 'Mug aA follows 

Senior Ohamplonshlp Cup. pre- 
avoted by air Aahlejr fiparks, won 
by B. Donnelly. Intcnaedlate 
Champlonahlp Ciip, presented by 
J- c, Sp&rlu, won by R. Carey. 
Junior Champlonahlp Cup. pre- 
sented by W. J Sparks, won by O 
Mahon 100 yards, sMUor: 1, Har- 
dl5ty, 1. Stuart 1. 100 yards, Inter- 
medlaie: 1. Carey: 2. Stuart. 100 
yarfii Junior: i. MK&iRr X 
TUiv wtof ar iclte t ball. 
BIrdUty: intermediate, Stuart U, 
mtoor; Junior. Sparks. 330 yards, 
senlw: I. Donnelly: 3, Stuart 1; 
Intermediate, 1, Carey: 2. Stuart, 
minor- 440 ynrd.s, vninr !, Don- 
nelly. 2 Htu.i.'T, major 140 ^rrl.s 
mt«rmei1iiit(' ! rarfv, Z. Easiman 
7S yarfl^ j.i'ufit 1, Mahon; 2. 
Sparks. 60 yariU, Junior: 1. Spartu; 
a, IfahoQ. High Junv. senior: l, 
DonneUy: 3, HanUsty. Hiffh jump, 
intermediate: 1, Carey; a. Stuart, 
minor. High Jump: 1. Mabon: 3. 
Sp8rk5 I^onff Jump, senior: 1. Bar- 
dlil> , 2. LWnnelly. Long Jump. In- 
termediate: I, Stuart, minor; 3, 
Carry Long Jump, Junior: 1, 
Mahon; 2. Sparks. 

w. B. Cook was startar; Judges. 
OoL Carey, Capt. Jameo and B. 
Stmno. Rer. H. B. Paybe pre- 
sented the prises. 

CUUKI ENAY TLNiNlS 

CUMBERLAND, June 38.— The 

Oourtenay Tennli Chib went down 
to detaat agaliist O mwh e rl a n d ptay- 
an en WbOnaadar. cmnhsi<and hay- 
ttif pravkmsly this soaioa defeated 
the Nanalmo Tennis CSub^ 

The scores follow, with Cottrtenay 
players named first: 

Miisea Letghton and Suthcriand 
lost to Miss N. Pamham and Mrs. 
Stacey, 2-5, 5-6. 

Manselt and Mlu Hazel Lelghton 
won from Mra Oopt and MaxIneUl. 
fl-l. C-4. 

Miss Dunean and Miss BCcPhonen 
won f ran Mn. Oope and Wm Mai- 

well. 6-5. e-s. 
Mansell and Dobson lost to Orm- 

ham brothers, 2-8. 

Duncan and MrLoughlln lost to 
Cope and Mannelii, 6-3, S-fi. 2-6. 

Miss M. E Allan and VLiss I.^eigh- 
ton lost to Mr!\. Conway and Mlsa 
McKinnffn. 

McLoughJln and Mua McPberson 
won from Qraham and Miss Pam- 
ham. ft-3. 8-5. 

Dabaon and Bflas Butlwland lost 
to Oraham and MIh Maxwell. fr-A, 
8-4, S-4. 

WUaon and Miss Duncan won 
trom Mr. and Mrs Stacey. fl-0, 8-3. 

Carey and MiBs Leighton won 
from Cope and Mrs Stacey. 6-2, 8-4, 

Many of th*- ttam'-.'' provided some 
excellent tennis nn tjie Pimtledge 
Afenue board courts. Tea was 
aer^-ed rtunne the afternoon. 

Salt Spring Tennis 

SALT srrn.vi ; June la -On 
Wednesd ^> ma ich i ook 

place at th*" ! ■ r:.imp, Beiver 
Point, betw'- !rom North 

Saanich and hf l. ti'-.^.-^*' rhib the 
latter wlnnlnjt Rruri'-:- The 
toDovlng are the Ji^tm, Ladies' 
doubles. North Saanl£h 6. Salt 
Sprthc. 33: mUed doubles. North 
Saanleh AS, Salt Sprtng IM; man's 
doublH, Berth Saanleh 3Z Salt 
Bprlnf 91 Tboae playing for North 
Saanleh were Mn. Taylor. Mrs Mac- 
donald. MlM Owynnc. MU< Belson. 
Meeara Renxtock. Walton. Macdon- 
ald and Buck Salt .Spring Mm, T 
P. speed. Mra. V c; Morrla, Mrs. 
Charleoworth Miw Di Crofton. 
Mewm H. PolJ ■ k ivrmo'.. Crofton. 
Graham Shr>^r au\ n^h Pollr^ck. 

I.aniiforil Service 

Service today In St Matthew's 
Cbnrsh. Langtord, win ba at 1 
^flle*. 



Our Annual July Sale 
Commences Tuesday 

July 2 

See POM0$ 14 and 15 for Full Drtnils of thr Crrat T a/ues 
Mertd fwr the First i)ayn of TiiU Hai^ iuvent 

Great Bargsias in Wonen's Ready- 
to-Wear and Men's Clothing 



DAVID SPENCER 



LIMITED 



.1^ 



MILTON LODGE, 
SONS OF ST. GEORGE, 
HOLDS MEETING 

The regular meeting of MUtoc 
Lodge, NO. 311. Sobs of St. George, 
was held on Tuesday last, June 35, 
when the grand prestdent of the 

Paclflc JuriadlctJon, Bro E T. Vlck- 
ery. of Berkeley. Cal.. and the grand 
secretary. Bro. t*ercy c Woodhouae, 
or San Mateo. Cal . paid an official 
visit. Durug the seaslon ol the 
lodge the gnud president tastalled 



the ofBceni, (»j follows WiirUiy pail 
president, Brtj Alber; lUair, worthy 
president. Br^ hr^mk W jt-eve* . 
worthy vice - presiucn t. Bro. Rc« . 

Oerrard. Jr.; wortby secretary. Bro. 
wauam t Land; worthy tfaaauiar, 
Bro. George Penketh; worthy chap- 
lain. Bro. Albert Blair; wortby mes- 
senger. Bro. Stanley Scott; worthy 
assistant messenger. Bro. Dd. Kewer 

Alter the regular meeting 
conr,Iu(let!, ■* I'fi the aasistancr at 
Vicwiru i-.<tdnr Nn S3 and Pnnoesft 
Patricia Lodgr Nr> 238, Daughters 
of St. George. MUton Lodge Na 311 

held a aoolal time, and the gatlttr- 



las was addressed t)y both grand 
lodge officers. Music, i|t'Kl"g and 
'K:.--h:ll.M^'.^ ware an enlegnd liv 

tbotte preaent. 

Any Bogllahman. son or grand 
■on of BngliahDien between the agen 
of sixteen and futtr, will ba glfen a 
hearty waieama as membin. VuU 
particulars can be obtained trom 
the .lecretary. W, I. Luid. telephone 
57J9R IM7 Burton Wmur 

Members nf tt>i* .K'>-l' .»;iri naupli- 
tors of .St ( ieiirijc lih- fii i.ri.lfd n' 
the memariai M*rvi<'*~'; to lir- h-ld if. 
Harmony Uidl on Sunday next al 

3 pja. 




nCYW ntBSKNT^ 

NANATMO June 28 At the Na- 
nalmo High School yesterday after- 
nooQ an mwrasOng p iwaanCa t lcn 
took place when Mia. T. Martlndale 
and Mn. (Dr.> O. A. HaO. on ba- 
half of the Native Daughters of 
BrUlab OelamUa. d o— t e^ a oiag- 
nlflooot rramed pietww of lha Bas- 
tion Thli irttt «u In recognitioD 
of the rxcelJent work done by the 
boyi of the manual training depart- 
ment, under Mr, J O. SomcrvlUe. In 
constructing the r«|iUea of the Bat- 
uon ahich fifMntf tB tbo pando en 

May 34. 

HOBTM HAAN1CB QOLP 
mP OOvr. jtine 3g.— Yastaiday 

iftemooti at me North Saanleh Ootf 

;he lidicn rfimpe'irjon 
1,'' '. >vm of a ma'/-h tif'vr*r\ Mm 
Slaaon. the ri%[>'ain s 'r , - -, ; 
Mf-niTBlt-h Uie > I,T-r»i)U.jri > team, 
wh.- N «!(.• wr»n fv the laUer. 



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and she's a fine cook already! 

BISCUITS flidfyaiMldcGcioiii! RbbcbIebbI Sach 
picsl Boasts done to pcdsctioii. 

not? SoM .w 
McGiBi7 Boctrk Kanfsl 

In B £ew flsfanitc^ she learned how to oic diat 

mapir device — the McCUrv Oven Heat Control, and 
now all shs bBS to do is foUow her McCUiy cook 
book. 

* The Heac Control does all the oven watching 

for hsr i BBBpg the omi at proper tcmperttUM and 
doeg txacdy at the cook book 

M«ke your choke ■ McOary Eleesrie ginjp 

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for m copy of new mad hemMd medan Hoimb 
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Second News Section 



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NO. I7.i-SEVENTY.FIRSTYEAR 



VICTORIA, BRITISH CCMJUHKA, SUNDAY, JUNE 30, 1929 



BOBBY JONES AND ESPINOSA TIED IN U. S. OPEN 



mTEUR ACE AND 
PRO TO PUY OFF 
FOR CHAMPIONSHIP 



Jones, With Title in Grasp, Slips Badly in Last 
Nine of Final Round to Finish Bracketed With 
Al Espinosa With Score of 204— Sarazcn and 
Shute Next With 29^ Eacb 



Von Elm and Armour Tied for Third ; 
Bobby Sinks Great Fati on Last Green 



G. A. MiMUe 
Get$ Hole^n-f}np 
At lUplands 

GA. SfSLTIULS (aHMl Uie - 
> vo)fer*8 hall of fuu ycs- 
tenifty a' -I . npiudi Ooir 

Olttb Whrn he «anfc tali tcf- 

ataot 00 ttu isb^yrd «txUent h 
mie. MsMDt UMd ■ WMMhie 
tftad pimd kbfl ibot pnfMtly. 
ttw tm^ pMdk landing about 
ten fMt from the hoip nnd 
bickUnc Into the cup 
playUiC A Hoctai match. 



Br wu-rm TnovBoix 

(CnvTMchi IP3S. tir th» North Amenran 
N'vitiap^T AJIianci < 
WINiiKP l-XXJT CLUB. MAMA- 
rw:>NKt:K. NY, June 2S-— By sink- 
ing a twplvr-(oot putt on the final 
green. Hubert Tyn ilama. Jr., ania- 
tcnc a( AUanliL Oft^ Itol Al JBvhi- 
oea. profesBtonal at oicncoe, TIL. for 
flnt plaee in the thirty-third Na- 
thmal Open tolf rhatnplonship of 
the United 8Ute.v Each man s 
•UOfcaft for the 5eventy-iwo hole.v 
tattled 3»4. 

Oene Baraz^n and Densmorc 
- 1 n 1 1 (■ M ! I rr 5<*ci >n d at 296 . anrt 
< .^^n^f Vun FJlrn and Tommy Ar 
moil flfl for third wuh 397 Hcnr> 
Cuici nexi with a acore ol 291^ 
and heo Dliffll followed wlUi Ml 
Then came Horlom Bvitti vHh S02 

Last year, at OlynBlft flaM*. 
Bobby tied wlttk Johnny Farreil. and 
in ttw em tUrtr<^-twla play-oa 
wbeduMd bi ttUa anttt. tat by Me 
fttroke. 

Tie* have not been uncomriKni m 
!hp open fhamplonahip Tlif nr-/ 
inji m HM)1, '.vhrii Willie Anflrri-t-n 
v.on from Alei:tt Smith. In 1903 An 
derwn won a play-ofl from Davlfi 
Brown, and in iMd rred McLeod 
won qofl from WOUe Smith. There 
were krtple tlea In 1910 and I9I1. 
Alerk ftRilth wlnnlnc the flnt and 
Jnrk lM!>ennott the eecond. In 
1 !il i Franclft Oj )met won ' h'- 
' , L,iir,piitmh:i"i ill 1U.S famouJi ! ■ 

tT ;'Kair..-I ili*ri\ Vofdon «ni1 i>tl 
i((V ,[1 lyifl Waiter Hii(ti':i ^.-li ;i 
p.ay-orT from Mike Brady. In WJt. 
Tommy Armour tied with Sfuiy 
Cooper and beat him three itrofcea 
on the extm il ghl— | i boles, so thl* 
Ls the third coaeaoatlve year that 
•hi<. rhamptonahlp has produced a 
tie for flnt. 

1' ha^ **^med to me th* mon: 

t If ion of Uicm aU. When play 

5t.arfd thi« morning, ttisre ma 
eight men with tooren ndar UO. 
It^pinoM and Samatt tad with 149. 
Hun came Janea and Staute with 

144, followed by Armour With IW. 
Dlegel and Schmutie with 149 eaOb, 
and Von am with 140. 

TBBn-BTBOXB LBAB 

When the morning round was 
completed. It looked as If Bob 
rcmes had buxt«d up the gulf bell 
ii\me The count then »t-iod 
i Miri 21S. SaraxCD 218. Kjplnosa 
■Jl^! ahute 330. Armour 221 Von F:ini 
223. Dteffal 334. and SchmuLle 137. 
Nobody llvlnc. said the evperts^ 
oould spot the Atlanta wlsard any- 
where from three to nine strokes 
and aolsh anywhere behind him. 
Thn* would flnlih shooting at hli 
back and falling further and further 
to thr rear. Fnr a while it looked 
a« If that dope wrr.- rnrre*-'. 

Armour waj th** flrnt to start in 
'hf iiftemffcin, anr) Ii*- hfliviHl him- 
(wll to a 7 At the fourth hole and 
a r> at the twelfth, flnlshmc wltta a 
76. four over par. Only wdles at 
the mth, aeventh and ninth kept 
hla aeore as low as »7. 

Janea oould shoot an S3 and beat 
that. Armour wax out Sehmutte 
had pmrtically eliminated himself 
In the mnrmlng round. 

Then Al K-^plnasa started Ks- 

Spain to Monterey, where iln-ir .ion 

was bom: aspUioaa. a great golfer. 
*o oulet and unasaimilnir that the 
tendeiU9 always has been to under- 
eatlmate hln skill 

Four strokes hark nf .innen as he 
teed his ball for the first drive ol 
the flnnl rnund, the Callfomlan 
p'ayed (he fir^'- nine hole« tn a par 
:^<^ >thootlng blrdlea in ihe third. 

and ninth hole*. But. at the 
iweiftn. he found trouble, getttnf 
far off line and ruitlng three trapi 
befnee finally holing out lor an I. 

-Thare." aaU the crowd, -goes 
ttptaoea.** 

BBOWS nORTINO HBART 

But Han Al. showad the Bchtms 
heart wMdl makee a fame bcauU- 
lut. He pta^ad the remaining six 
holes In two uMt par and finished 
wtth ft «. jTlamd ft Malass 
effort. 

Dlegel foOowad vtlfc » *^ 't^'- 
nmt nine, and mn hu fine 36. 
'oming m. left htm seven strokes 
behmd Bqtinosa— 00 that waa that. 

Hun Oeoe Saraaen alattad wtth 
tm In his eye and dstermftatkm tn 
his SOUL Ka waa only three atrakaa 
behind Jteuo and ha naaat lo make 
thnne up la Ibe etshtM>n holoe ahead 
of him. Bat tl WAA not Oenr'.i day. 
Three ft and two fl .t in his sqpre 
bsMfht hbn to the turn la 41, and 
he tok coming home. Hut left 
him two strokes to the bad. Msny 
were the placce he eould Scure he 
might have saved thoae strokaa, bat 
his rhanee waa fona. 

And now came Bobhr Jones it 
looked as if he held Vrm rhampi m- 
fh!p 'h* hollow of hts hand snd 
on*" ■ f ''^^ most numermis rrowd* i 
wh:(li i-ipT followed a cont#iitant ^ 
«T"iifid the links, came surftns i 
f e< ' he worlds gyeattat (oUer place 
anothsr oRMm ivm Ua teadMnal 
hood. 1 




stxteenth toe «ttb tvotfo dwu loft 
Co tia u4 dom to win. A mlature 
ol Ma pan Md a blvdle would 
nAkabtm nh^kiptnn 

It was |i bit loo much to ask of 
a ywingrtar. Ba, like the others, 
was playing undar a strain, and he 
took a 6-4-6 to tie for second. This 
WBA a ftna AovIbb In Mm field, a 
gnat sbovlBi. Bnuta la a gnaod 
(toller 

Bui thf* e'Atnr waa not over. 
Cieorgf- Von Elm was aiiU playing 
and Von Elm i.s ulwayx danK^ri^uj 
Two or [.hree birdift* would put h;ni 
with the UnrtTs, bin hr luialiv 
finished wi'h a .-rrventy-four, a fjnr 
rotmd. but not ci'od enough. 

PLAV Orv TOBAY 
So today Jones iirid E«plnf>sa will 
.■o rwo more rounds :i u L-ioT 

hope the i^ieotator 
;'<*perm«li, the tatagrapti uix-;..U'i.. 
the eaddlaa *ad the olflelala of the 
tournament Ihre tkrottgh IL 




I don't knu* .lo* many specta- 
lor^t followed Bobby, h\i* 1 (.an give 
you some idea of the area Ihey oc- 
cupied. The oipLh hole u 448 yards 
long, with a wide fairway. As the 
Janes boy reached the «tnth green, 
the fairway btfilnd hUn wa» packed 
wttfi harrying humans clear bade 
Co iTie ^hth tee. The van crowded 
aa cloie to theLi Idot as the marshals 
would permit, and I wondered how 
he had room io swlnit a club. 
JONES STARTS WKLL 
Bobby started like the champion 
he is. A 4 3 4 4 S 4 3 brought htm 
to Ihe eighth hole in par. but tnere 
h? found a trap, played Into an- 
other trap, back to the first trap, 
and finally emerged with a 7^ But 
a birdie at the ninth gave him a 38. 
which meant that he had at this 
point lost only two of his ;our- 
stroke advantage over Bspbiosa. and 
had forty shoU left to lead Al uy a 
stroke at the finish Portv .ttrokes 
for nine holes, wiih Jnurn doina the 
pihootin? It seemed like Uklng 
rnndy from a child 

RMf the ^tTRifi -if ti!i open chmm- 
I'li-n-vhip I'l ' on a Bobby 
Jones. It c-iUi-nt to anyone 
who studied him that be waa play- 
ing at Ugh taaaloa. Rls Jaw was 
w»t and be oontinually wet dry Upa. 
He looked ti r e d and he was On 
the tenth he took a 4 and followed 
It wtth a count of 4. S. 4, 4 Thai 
brought him to the fifteenth hok 
four over par for the rotmd. and 

played the last four hole* in por 
l.i.t would give him a 7fl for n 
'"tal of SI. On one of those hole^ 

Bobby Jooaa appealed Ukely to 
make a Urdle. but It «aa not to be. 

Bobby playad the ftftaanth hole 
moeh as he played the elffhth. golni 

frmn trap to trap and flnlahlng wtth 
nnother aeren "niat meant he must 
plav the la.*! three hole^ In jwr 
fljrure^ ^ tie EsptnoM* !■ van hard 
to tell vhffliT .'(niri .,T -he crowd 
felt thr ,«iraln r-v---.- 

aiNKH IXJN<i n TT 
Bat figbl here. Robert. T. JonM. 
Jr aealn demonstrated that ha has 
a rhamplnn'ji courage fll knado hla 
par.-^ <,n the slAtefnth and seven- 
teenth HLi dnv on fhr rightemth 
waa good, but h'^ »erond shot came 
to rest just off Jie left edge of the 
grm. The He was none to easy, 
and tha enwd f aWar Buuad. 

Bobby*» chip abol left hkn twalva 
feet from the cup Only by stnktng 
that putt could he In the ^lam- 
plonship He idght#d it. took his 
stance, fwung the famous puller. 
"Calamity Jane." through an even 
arc. and the ball rolled Rtralght and 
tma to dlKapnear into the rup 

n^Mn thr crowd raijie tJiP .■-'>tin;l 
of a unitedly held breath exhaled, 
and than wUd itw a r i. The apeo- 
tacats wl4Md to tell Bobby what 
they thought of him, to pat bin an 
the back, to klas Mm^t B. B. 
Ramxev and the marshals piot e c ttad 
him nml forred a way through tbt 
nulling tjirong ijir lorker hwiae 
door It wa.4 ait rtlutis.M'd looking 
youna tcolfrr who shuffled bis feet 
throqph that clubhouse doir. But 
he hud tici'' tor ftrrt piece 

nns *r,mfi /if^m to be eacitoment 
enough for one day. but there was 
mm U> fOUow News came that 
Denney Shute was tearing toT home 
Wtth a QhMflb. to beat baab Jwea 

«D tha 



WiLLBRINO 
WJilEAM 

V^icloria Cricketers Face 
Hard Task Tomorrow in 
Annual Intercity Match at 
Mount Tohafe 

niKKAlW CLLB LO 
OPPOSE VICTORiA 

Vancouver Ia &ending over a strong 
eleven for the intercity cricket 
matrh ftl Unlvenilt.y Srfiix)! ftround? 
tomorrow acrortJlnc '■'< :nf irniatlon 
rereivpd ye^iterday from E F Blsrt 
sei rptar>' of ihf n C Mainland 
Cricket I.(eairur TJir Vsncouver 
aide Inchidus liti uell-knowo 
playerv as s J. Kx^miiant. p. T. Dale. 
O. C. Peel, J. Hughes^ S. Wlmpenny. 
J. Barr. P. Wooten. V- Leater, C. 
Addle and B. 8. BuUen. acoivr, 
O. Ohaodler; umpire, L. R Thomas. 

Play wUI commeoee at 10:30 
o'clock, with a break for lundL 
stiimpft win be drawn at « o'clock. 
The local team Is as f<^ows: 

P. A .Spark.^ 'captalni R Wen- 
man, H H .Allen Erir Qtiainlon. A. 
K, 8. Leggatt. H A Rhode* C. C 
Orant. P J- Merrdith. P Mawh(XKl. 
R. H. Tye and A J Dartua; reserve, 
H. HoIL Umpire. R H. Baitor; 
scorer. J. A. Longfletd 

A second Inlemty nia'i-l; »lll be 
played at Cranmore Rc«d with Vic* 
torla Cricket Club acting as hoeU 
to the BoriAM Cricket Club of Van- 
oowar. Bare; too^ ptay wlU atart 
at 10 :M O'clock 

mm TKULK 

TtAN AKRIVES 

OxfortI a n fl Carnhridge 
ReprcseiUative.s Will Com- 
pete at Hamilton Meet 
This Week 



niLL ALSO Am il< 

IIS I'MTED STATf.S 

QUEBEC.. June 2!) T>enty-one 
membv<t of the nxford-CambrldRe 
track irun arrived in port today 
on the Cunardor, Ascanla, bound 
for Bamlltea, Ontario, and the 
UtUted SUte«. where thev will eom- 
pate In track meets with leading 
Araarlean imlversttlea Or E S 
Woods. In rharge of the party, 
stated that only one meet would be 
held In Canada, at Hamilton. On- 
tarto. on July g This will be both 
a fWd and s, track affau-. wiui 
twelve evanta. Other meeU will be 
baU la the UoMed states, where 
the Caam will meet Barvard-ra>e 
and Cornell- Princeton track teams. 
After ihase two meets, nine mem- 
ben of the team will fo cat lo 
HtMi'h Afrtra. Thlla ItH jileibw WlU 
return to Ensland * 

JACK MATSON WILL 
MEET ART BEA5LEY 
FOR CUIB HONORS 



Jack Uatsoa. Vlrtorla ^ premier 
left-bander, will merl an«Mher star 
golfer who « w I n »5 t rrm I he same 
jtlde In Art (Ua*;«*> m the thlrlT-«lx- 
hole nr»l fnr thr Virions fK»lf Club 
rhampion-ihip tnrtav Mataon will 
defend hu n'lr >ti'l 'he maming 
round »-iU rnmmencc at 10.90 
o'clock and the aocond al^HMi at 
a.M o^eloek. 



Sensation at Wimbledon 




ft 4 « 




HW. AoBtin. rising young English tasnla atar, who b naklac a brO- 
• Uaat abowing at the Wimbleton tonmament. Yeftardar Anotfai 
defeated Charlao Klagslcy after a graeUng ftve-aat match, and pravloaa to 
that had eilnilnatad Juqusa JBngnofc una «C tha raaUttt FMoch pMowra. 



How Ttd^nty Leaders Finished in 
ihe US* Open Ttmmameai 

w 



INGBD FOOT 0U7B, MAMARONBOK. N.T.. June 30.— The 



round, follow: 

*BoM>y Jooas. Atlanta 

Al Bqilnosa, Qlanooa. vn*yi<« 
DMmy Bhute. Columbus, Obis -. 
Gene Sarasen. Flushing ....... 

'George Von Km Detroit _ 

Tommy Armour Lvrrou . 

Henry i ■uiri Rtrnldird 

Penter O'.Shara Vprrion Pa 

Leo [Jipunl, A(;ua Calirnt':' 

Honon SmlUi, Joplm, Mo. 



tbetr 




na for each 


•4 


•^s 


71 


70—304 


70 


72 


77 


75- 204 


73 


71 


7S 


76 -296 


71 


71 


78 


78—296 


70 


70 


74 


74—397 


74 


71 


76 


7ft- -297 


n 


74 


72 


75—299 


74 


7« 


73 


78—301 


74 


74 


78 


77 - 301 


76 


Tt 


74 


75—302 


70 


70 


•0 


75— joa 


7t 


76 


7^ 


74—305 


70 


78 


70 


77—006 


73 


70 


78 


SO— NO 


75 


ao 


78 


74—307 


70 


71 


SO 


70—300 


78 


79 


72 


79—308 


77 


77 


77 


T7-J08 


70 


•1 


74 


70-300 


75 


« 


It 


1»-«06 



P. O. Hart. Wheeling 

Charles RUgendorf , Oroas Point 8hon, I 

BUly Burke, Westport. 

Oralg Wood. Bloomfleld 

Louis Chlapetta. Hartford 

Oeorge B. Smith. Moorestown 

W«!irr Hntten New York ... 

Joe Kirk*<xx1, Chicago ..... . , , 

' Indii".i'r> amateur. 

In .'id r: ,n ih.' first thirty and Haa aotomatlcaUy qualify for 

the Open next. year. 

Othare who shared this honor with the first twenty were: Jim 
Barnes. New Tork. 310; M. B. MlUer. Norwich. Coon.. 310; Maodon- 
ald Smfh. 311: WUUe Hunter. Loa Angeles, 311; Jack AirTaater, 
Crandeil. NJ.. 311; Ted Longworth. Port Worth. 311: WlUla Mao* 
Farlnnr Prrkahfie NY :il2 Jack BuliKe, BoUBfion. Sll; Leonaid 
It .'^rhiMLUr i.Lnia Ohio. 31:^; Tom Boyd. BtaplatoiL N.T,. 3U: 
^erlcb Kooeis, Pontlac. Mlcb^ 313. 



Sutcliffe and Hammond 
Save England in Test 

Fine liatlirig of Pair Pulls Home Team Out of 
Bad Hole in Second Match With South 
Africans — ^Newcomers Disappoint 



LONDON, JUM 3e.'Bngland5 
new teat mateh a i te u made their 
bow to tha pttbUe lodtty at Lorda In 
the cricket match with South AMea. 
The newcomera on Che taam tailed 
In a most thorough fashion and 
Fnffiand owed their comparatively 
.otronc position at the end of thr 
■^1- ' ■mines etiUrely to their Jtea- 
liayers Ihe urore when 
■I in.i.v were drs»-n wa^ EnRlund 
102. South Africa. S7 for one «lckrt 

The mow ron«piruou/i tiuappoint- 
mrnt waJ Ft O Connor !hr Es«rx 
player, who w^a piumoted to Ie.« 
malcA rank on the Atrength of hiA 
aU eanturiM in county cricket this 
seaaon Ba waa bovlad fintt baU by 
D. P. Morkal. the Sooth AMean 
truodlar. K. R. Robtas. anothar of 
the yonngaters. wks also a washont, 
while B. T KlUlck. being groomed as 
a fucce-wor to Jack Hobtu and Orst 
wicket partner of Herbert SuicUQe. 
was never in the picture 

Thr batting .strength of the "Ide 
prow! In >>'■ Mu'^ijllffe, who stavrd 
off » ha" like a srn.satinn»l 

foUapw" ■ ■■ } •' rirt when they la<t 
three *!■ <r',, cightern runa. and 
Who scored an even century. 
W. Hammoni. who played so sen- 
saltoaially in taal matcbea la A«b- 
traUa and la loading the a* 
la awUft driokat 



vailed At the end of i.'tr afii-rnoon 
over 30.000 peoplr vtrrr present 

The jCngUah inninga laalod four 
hours and forty minutes. 

The South Afrioaas had about 
one hour to play, R. B. OattereU 
and B Mitchell opened tha tnalaga 
to the bowling of Larvood and Tsta. 
Larwood knocked out Oatterell'it leg 
.*iump with the first ball of the In- 
nlnfis After that runs came with 
fair frrrdoin twenty-two being hit 
up In twrnty -five mlnurw Chnstle, 
aho Rucc^drri Catt^rrll was hit on 
the chin by Larwood. bui got ample 
revanga by bitting this nowler for 
tan In ooa orar. The bcmlers were 
cbBBgad la aa effbrt lo break np the 
partnership, and White and Bam- 
aood ««nt on But the fifty waa 
HohAoa hi as many mmutcs and the 
pair ware togeuiar whan timw waa 



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Holiday Sport Card 

10 ajn — Xntereuy tapaaball. 
Vancouver Firemen Mt BoOB 
of t::anuri;i Victoria, at <ha 
Royal Athletic Park. 

10.30 ajn -Intercity Crldiet, 
'.'aiirpMivrr .Ml-StarS va, VlC- 

A.: >at tndrantty 

" Ml Intercity 
' \. UHiA ("ncketclub 

i i .inn;!""'!'- it.iail. 

2 .ill II i!i Intercity La- 
rrobse, Vajicouver vs. Vlc- 
torU. at Iho Boyal Athletic 
Park. 

3.00 pjn.— Bloyelt taeoa at 
the Royal Athlatlo Parfc. 
Mainland nders wltt appear. 

8.00 pjn.— mterd^ baa»t 
ban, Vanoouvar FlramoB tb. 
soDB Of Oaaada. at th* Boyml 
Athletic Park. 



H. W. Austin Captures 

Thrilling Five-Set 
Duel at Wimbledon 



Englishman Conliiiueb Brilliant Showing in 
Net Touraamcnt by Eliminating Charles 
Klngslcy— Lott Defeats Kozcluh 

r* ^ — 



PLAY OPENS IN 

NEnowy 

Favorites Come Through in 
First Day's Play of City 
Clay Court Champion- 
ships 

MANY MATCHES TO 
BEPLAYEDTODAY 

llir <M(y ilay court tennis 
rhampicin.'^hlp tournament got away 
to u BfK-d start yexterday afternoon 
nt thr courts of the Kingiltin Street 
Lawn Trnni-s riub. under perfect 
weathrr i-nnftM.ion.% and (in a splendid 
playil'tl surfiire 

The flriil-:»lrlng players who took 
part in the afternoon's ptay all oame 
through aa aapaotad. 

Over the waak-aod and hoUday 
a graat many food matches will be 
played and nearly all t-he outsund- 
Ing contenders for cJiampiunship 
honors win be seen In actum. The 
pabUe Is Invited to attend the 
games, at which a small admission 
charge will lie made TickeU for 
the week may be obtained at the 
clubhouse. Tea wfll ba aarrad every 
afternoon for both playera and 
spectators. 

Testarday'B results fODow: 
TESTFBnAV K RESUI.T8 
Mm s Singles 

O Bowft.-n twiH H Klett, 7-8, 0-5. 

S Hole beat O Johnson. 8-2, 0-3. 

H. oood beat K. Iiwmlng. 6-3. 0-4. 

E B. Laybourao boat A. Bnr- 
gesa. 0-1. 0-1. 

8. Jones beat R. Sheppard, 0-0, 0-0. 

W E. Corflcld beat F Rubbm, 
8-3. 0-3. 

H. Barnes beat D. Wlcketl. 0-1. 6-3. 
Men's Doablca 

J P, and r. W E. PhUlips beat Prof«-'o"»i f'-m 
H. Ooad 'inJ M Ruttan 6-1, 6-1 

Wlcke 1 1 li r . I R ifi r r bf - ft I. Burden 
and Johnj'i^n. *<-o ao 

Mimed Doublr> 

MlM a. Hickey and L Muxtable 
beat MisA M Harri . mirt w CielUng. 
6-3, 6 3 

TODArs MMtHtH 

Men's Slnclea 
Momtng J Lockfl vs .1 Kes«on. 



WaasUtDOH. June as —With 
Ooovfe Lott, of Chicago, winning In 
atralght sets today, the United 
States ha.'s two of its reprcvnt^tives 
among the eight surviving contend- 
ers for Uie EnKh-'-h tennis cham- 
pion^Jiip in men s :,lniileA. 

Bin Tlldrn and the youthlQl 
Lou. who played brUliantly In 
ellmlnaung Jan Koaeluh by aeons 
of 0-4, 0-1, 0-4. conaUtute a double 
barreled Amortcan threat tn the 
quarter-finals, with one in each half 
of the draw. France has three off 
Its men In the charmed circle of 
eight— Henri Cochel. Jean Borotra 
and Pierre Landr> »hi!r n .v.i.na 
englishman. H W AusUm. a titled 
Hungarian. Dnron von Krhrltng. and 
a mlheadfd Dui^nmao, Haaa Ttaa^ 
mer, complete the ILit. 

In women's slngtas the end of 
the first weak of the classic tourna- 
ment finds MlSB Helen WIIU. viiBt 
Helen Jarohs and Mrs. Mary Sutton 1 
Bundy, all of California still keep 
ing the Ifnitrd 8Ul4's in the run- ' 
nllW- England sl;,ii holds three 
berth.i at thf elglU wlih Muvi E 
Ooldnack, N4r^ C. K Mcllquham and 
Mi.« Joan Ridley in the quarter 
finals. 

South Afrteans> Miss Bobby Helnt- 
and Miss Ruth Tapecott, make up 
the rest of the bracket 

In the doubles' evrnLs. Tlldrn and 
France!* Hunter, WUrnrr Allwon and 
John Van Ryn . LoU ft nd .1 ■ 'h n 
Hennessey. M\f^-> WUIa and Ml.w 
Bdlth Crofib, Mrs Bundy and Ml-m 
Marjorte MorriU, and Mlas BUaabeth 
Ryan, former OaUfomlaa. who Is 
paired with Mha Betty Huthall, of 
mgland. are left to repreaent the 
tTnitJ?d States with third round play 
completed 

The Wills -Cross romhlnatlDn 
dropped a fiet today in wuir.n^tz *3 I 
5-7, 0-1, from Mm. Molla ^Mallorj 
and Miss Deonldt. a Unltad Blbtaa- 
South African team. 

Lett's fine tennis against Koaeluh 
provkled one of the prtndpal high 
lights of today'i< play the match 
sharing singles irii'M'-.^t only with a 
flve-set battle wln-.h H W Austin. 
Cambridge Universir.'. .upiBin ls.ft 
seaaon. finally won from Ctiarles 
Klngtdey. Oxford captain six years 
ago, 0-2. 4-0. 0-1. 4-a. Il-O. 

Althmigh Lott landed in Xngland 
only a week ago and had but two 
practice sessions before starting play 
In the tournament, he gave evidence 
that he has become almost entirely 
flctilmaied by the manner in whicii 
he poii^hr^ off the diminutive Caach, 
a brr^lhrr of Ksrel BO«rtMa, gnat 



MIsa Bllita bft > Ryan. Oallfomlan 
now IhPint In Bnglaad. and itBo 

Betty Nuthall. advanoed In tha 
wosnea's Roubles event by defeat- 
tag Mn. John Hill and Mlaa Evelyn 
CoByar, of Bngland. 0-4. 0-4. 

Mas Joan Ridley, the mgllsh gtrl 
star, defeated Frauletn CUU Auaaem. 
of Germany, In straight aeU. aoortoc 
somewhat of an upaot tiM aoona 
were 8-8. 8-1. 

The quarter-final malfhcs are to 
be dlatrlbutcd throuRli thr romlnq 
week Willi thr nnal.-, in .ill p\rnu 
on Saturday- I'he singles litieup 
sends Cochet agdnstTbnmer: Tttdaa 
vs. Landry: Borotra vs Lou. and 
Austin vs. voQ Kehrllng: MLsa Wills 
m Miss Heine: idlaa Ooldasck y% 
lilas TapKou; MEia,. MnTlmiham vil 
Miss Jacobs; aad iCm BuAdy w. 
Mi'.r RidU'v 




;iTO mu. SDNS 

OF CAIM NINE 

Leaders of Mainland Bail 
League to Appear Here in 
Twin Rill al Athletic Park 

Tomorrow 



KFHR iyn ( t fms 

WILL DO HEAVING 




A <>ft£AT DUKL 

other outjitandlng 



I M M T Watten 

and ht.1 hustling 
firr fighting ball- 
tosserv present 
leaders of the 
Vancouver Senior 
Amateur Baseball 
L^agup. will make 
their debut to- 
aiorrow at tha 
Royal Athletic 
Park when they 
Dp^tma the Bons 
of Canada in a 
twin bill The flr'^t 
game will be 
played at 10 



tha aaoGBid raund of tbg AU^Bngtad 
miaolatinn alaglaa. 



Sncezint? and Cameras 
Are Golfers* Hoodoos 




PCCVB IS AN 

0NOC3UE WHe#< 
HE IS PUTTIHfi,' 



JIMMY \m HAS 
GOOD DAY AT BAT 



BOWI.S WEI. I 
Tha Bopfth African defensive was 
OMMtr B«UiiHi6 tr Mackol aM 
A. J. Baa. Who was addad to tha 
taam at the last wagainf just ha- 
for* they loft bonaa. lioifcel was 
tmptayaUe in the earty phaae of the 
match, when be diapoaad of KiOlck. 
Hammond and O'Connor, bat he 
did not fare quite ma veD later on. 
Bell came Into aeUon effectively 
after lunrh and got fls slckets 

South Afrleans be»sn thetr'ln- 
' nlng5 \)\ irtninc K H Catterall. oOS 
of their flnr pair of in>enrri», 

Pla> took place nn ■ prrfrr* pilrh, 

[ While Ideal weather oondiUoos pre- 



Oalgr 



«a un 



Although the AthkUca foiled to 
win from the Yankees yesterday, it 
waa not the fault of Jimmy Pnxx 
who had a perfaet day at bat with 
Itano oat ol tiMa.' This raleed ht^ 
flwanga to .OMi aa Trwak ODoul of 
ttw FMIIla^ Ml to J66 ttiRM«h two 
httleaa gaaaea at tha Mo gnmitfa 

Babe Ruth'n tw« homen Bent htm 
■ ^'r1l^^ nr tvvh < irhrig and Paul 
Waner I'he Pirate star feO lite the 
cellar of tha Ms Obt ^ a BMoa 

of a point. 



•a m i>« 



Pmn, AUtMIca 

e-.t^ Tc^i-*. 

' ' » r > I 

P. WMMf, PUaMa 



o Aa 



Huitable va H T Matson, Steve won. 6-1, 3-0, 0-0. 11-9. 
Joneft \^ T Chri-'itie, O M Prentice WiUard Crocker. Montrral Cana- 
VB. H Ruttan dlan Davis Cup star. eUminst^ phii 

Afternoon— Ci. Cunningham vs. H. Cox, Great Brtlaln. 4-0. 8-i, 6-2. in 
A. Ismay. B, H. Ust vs. D. Harrlaaft. 
8. Bole vs, O. Bowdea. L. ABaaador 
va. J. P. FblUlpa. 

Ladla^ Btaglaa 

Aftemoon—Ulas Marloa MacIUr- 
lane vs. Miss U KItohln. Miss Mar- 
jorte MacFulaae vs. Mlas K. Harris, 
UlsB B. Barrta va. tflaa O. Copas, 
Mrs. H. A. Isnay va. Mlaa J. Ounp- 
beu. Miss V. Rtthat m. Wm b. 
Richards. 

Mea's Doable* 

Afternoon— Ismay and .Matson vs. 
Peden and Kine ivr-wi. und Lay- 
boume v. nirM nmi H'liirr. Jones 
aitf Bo*!'' I - rk- ami nenwiok. 

Mitral IkOtjtllR^ 

Afternoon N) ! '-l I..eemms and 
PhitlipA vs MiM lucharda and Locke. 
MiM chrisuc aad ChtMto m. maa 
Pemmsn and Rattaa, Wm B. 
Laaml^ and MfCalhifli m Mfaa 
Kjwptrfwi and Boiler. 

MONDAY MATCBBa 

The draw lor Monday foUowa: 

10:M ajn.— R. Butler vs. R. A. 
PhUUps, R t>avey vs. R Kocfang, 
Miss M Iteming vs Miss I. Green, 
Mlai M Miller n Miss G. Ryall. 
winner of Alcsander and Phillips vs. 
Corfleld. 

II 30 am I^yboume winner 
of Huxtable and Matwn. wlnnrr nf 
Jonrs and ChrlAtle v* wlnnrr of 
Harrison and List, winner of Pren- 
tice and Ruttan vs BamrA lAaA>*a 
and Hocking v* Merntt and OelUng 

9:00 pm Davey and Butler vs 
Hole and Pnatteo. ittas 
OoEttald va. lbs Oopaa aad 
wttBir o( Davor 
wfemsr ot LoAa and 

>!tl pjB^— CorfWM uul Cunning 
ham va. Borgeee and Ranablc. Bnry goffer has his pet peeve a 

Phillips and FtiUlip^ va. wmnrrs of snaeae m the gallery a George Dun 
.lones and Bowden vk l^ke and ean'i pet peeve, and there Is a 
Renwirk. Gordon vi BuIIt. Mlaa J. I Story back of It told me by the w«Il- 
r^ampbrll and Miss Rllhet eg Msa known pro. Harold .Inhrunn 
M. Miller and Miss Bwayne. He wait plaTiog an amaiew ona 

4;66 pJft"- Mlaa Tstlnw and Miss time «)i' n h" aaM, *1M fOa 
va. lllra. lanay and Misa E 'any biaque*? 



and the second at 6 pm 
The Son* of Canada .nr i.i.MriE 
The other outaUndlng siDgles good ball, and, after a poor Atart 
match, that between Austin and in the l'*ral inmue. are closing 
Klngsley, wo.-, wtitched breathlessly rapidly on the leaders. In their laet 
by the huge Saturday afternoon four starts they hava not met defeat, 
crowd which gave both playen a! The Firemen wtU without doubt 
tremendous ovation when tbay 
finished thetr enttlng dual. 

In a dreary, two-hour haaaHne 
contest between Tbmner and Sharpe. . 

of England, the Dutch player finally him been »ern m srflon here before 

Hnd ti,*' fatir. run lorni an idra of 
ihr citt-v, of oppiwiuon the locals 
arr going to meet t>y the laet that 



things very interesting tor the 
Ouiadlana. Included on the vuiuin* 
line-up Is "Lefty" Kaye, nur south- 
paw, and formerly of Nanaimo Kaye 



Kjiye Is on their pitching staff. Wck 
Oialc ond lAiry Holden an also 
IA lEo hoavtat aUff ot tho hoaeman. 
Other players on (bolr dab a«: 
Stevenson. May, Dolf* TkBMUlr 
Miller and Teloafcy. * 

Manager Jack Bacon. Of llw BSM 
of Canada, sUtrd last night that 
Krrr would work on thr mmmd in 
the morning game and Jaf^ic Curtis 
In the nightcap The Canaflmns will 
be at full strength, and hope to 
mako thbw WanaUai loa Ibaaa^ 
flghtara. 

lluflkinS'Belan^pr 
I'iiilit Pitrsr llrhl 
By Boxing Dukes 




Pvevc n A /novia 



Rt \t. Ml M \R1 r 
Iformer PILrltrr .Sr« Vwrt OUnUI 



OampbeO. Um M. OampbeD 
aecfclag va Mlaa Bltchio and Aiea- 
aordon and MrOafhii va. 




n OS n t4 



it* ■■r 1 
»i •« Sit 



H^- TCplM tbo fOQsir, n% Mo 
At 

for this fallMv to saesoe. tat be 

S-OO pjn— Burden vi Hocarth never dM Tt\t> remjlt was that 
The tournament commttLer urg-'Oe«wge was Ihr'nm off his game 
enlly reqiieats all eooipetuors to mfnplef.#ly and lo^t matrh S 

get d<vwn l** the court* on Monds^ 6mtr, 

tr'rther they are rarded lo pla> or F'ri 'h»f tune a sneeae by 

In this way addiuoaal matches snvbi--^ ' goUflff 
^aiMf ba anaagad an tba ^pok Dancans gaota/ 



SAN FRANCISOO, June 30. 
the ground that the fight between 
"Are' Hddkins. Nebraska wtldeat. 
and Charley Belanger. French- 
Canadian light heavyweight, 
-loofead bad," Joe Oenshlea, 
tary of the state boxing 
held up tha puna, anwwnttfig to 
about 030JN». here ladi night. 

Oenahlea aBBounqad the wUttbdld* 
ing of the puna abortlr ate Cho 
endlag of tha boat, wbldi ronttad 
hi alaidaloB for RadUaa. 

nght fans hurled thetr pm- 
grammes arwl other papers into the 
ring to show their disapproval of 
the brand of boffinc exhibited dnd 
most of the sporui writept sirred 
that It "cerUlnly did look htii 

Oenshlea. who said he ti^irl 
upon ihr orders «)f WUJuun Hankm, 
slate boxing cnmmlnlnner an- 
no<jnced that sri invreUgatlon would 
be held probably n*%i T^iesday. 

PIULADELPHIA CLUB 
Wni STAGE 1931 
UJw AMATIUI fiOLF 

OOLF OLOB^ 
NT. Jane 30.^ 
Tltf mutad Blalos Oolf Aasoelatlaa 
y aanoaneed Ua* the MM 
fhampiiwu<i» had been 
awarded tha Ifeiloa OrMwO Olah 
FlilhdilKdfc and that the womaaU 
fhampkawdilp for the same year wltt 

br p'* " i^vrr fhr link* <** fh.f 
( ' - "tiffalf fi ", 

lha daica will ba 



THE'daIlY colonist, VICTORIA, BC. SUM>AV. Jl Ni: Mi 1 '.o 



P9B 



I 



RUTH'S HOMERS HELP YANKS WIN FROM ATHLETICS 



Bambino Poles Out 
Two Circuits; Cubs 
Retain First Place 

* 

Poor Support Loses Gaxne for "Lcit> ' Grove 
—Browns Keep Second Berth With PouWe 
Win— Ott Hits Twcntyipirst Homer 




TOhADXLFKLA. 

June 38 — Er- 
rors b ■ h 1 n d 

Bob Orovp rn- 

Yankees t-fi <i' 
f^at ihp AT), 
\cUcs, 7-S In u 
RaCDOd ftnd 
nnal game ct 
thetr lAfrrt 
wries tten to* 

aM.j. It «M 
Qrcm'i waond 

lOM of thS SM- 

H«bF RuUi 
flupp.Tt.'d Pip- ^j,^, ^ 
.■'11 -ri iir' pltrhlnc Willi two liomf .j V.n . 

rum, hi;. luurteentli aiid lUieenLii ol 
Um aaunn. R. a £ 

New Torfc ' H » 

PhilBdetpliU I II 4 

B«lierle»— PlpcTM wA BWMTOUfh. 
Dickey; Qrora, Barntfluiv, Sbora 
utd Coehnne. 

Bratnw T«fc» Fklr 

CHICAOO. June W^Ttoi at 
t«ttti Brovni tanwwed their ad- 
vuiti«« m eeoond pUce by UMng 
both end* of a double-hetdn- from 
Lho WhlU Box. Ut. Louu ftluoiied out 
ft la 4 viBioqr In ttte moooA gwe 
•fter tfttBlDt ft 3-0 <luito«l the 

opener * 
Flrfct sarae- H- ^- 

Bt. Loul--* 3 S 3 

Chtoago 0 4 1 

BfttUTiM SlMbolderand 6eh»nt . 
F«bOT and 
Second s^fr« 

lit Louis W . » 2 

ChlcMO , — - — 4 7 8 

B»tt«le> B W i M t and nmO: 
WKlAh. MdKaln end Autr?. 

Prpc-intUBV Affftlr 
DETROIT, Jiine 3B.— Ualni fife 
pitcbera, the OetiQlt Tl«en mra ub- 
able to Stop the Cleveland batten 
wd M Um thlnl BMW of their se- 
rtii bm UMUy U-5> Cleveland uaed 

tbTM mifihrn. B .Jf E 

aevtlana » " } 

Dt^t » 12 1 

Battcrtes- MOIK. FerrcU. aiidlUi 
■Bd U 8«wfll: Vde. fltoner. Whlto- 
hlU. BUUng^ prudhfmutie and SlJea. 
S«ii«ton hmr 

BOSTON. Jimr 3" T'lic R>-fl Box 
rtfffalftd the Waahington BetmWn 
lirrf today 5-3. R. «• E- 

Wiihtiintiton - 2 6 2 

Ito*t<>ii ... 5 8 3 

BaiUM:ir*'Burke, Braxton 'Qd 
"ntit ftmwwr: |TiiT'tnr and Berry. 



ttart In th*' nightcap to win hi* mih 
Etxalfcht Thrw Brooklyn nrors In 
Uie laA two mniktia lifllppn Ektaton 
to score tix nma. 

Flr.'^t itame— R. H. E. 

B'>5Ujn — - > 8 3 

Hronklvn 4 • , " 

Clark aiid Piciuith. 
9UB9tA H. E 

Boetoa • 7 T> I 

BmUyn 8 -U a 

B»tiert«— canfcweU, DeUay. 
«ett« a»d apshnr: M iml w u Md 



WESTS DOWNED 
BYRbEINEKY 



j AMERICAN ENTRY 
WINS SPEED BOAT 
EVENT ON IHAMES 



Clul 



Sorter 
e<l I wo ft I Nothiriv; in 
CoiHiduglit Cup 1 uluic at 
Vancouver • 

LOCA! rt iM ri IS 





tNMWl ftamr of a 

(l.i ihic hlU VO^MV, 3*3. And bn'>kr 
even wiUi the Ptomtea, who won the 
ftmt (iune s-0. 

Pint game— R. H. E 

dficlnoatl 3 , 0 U 0 

PitUbur»h I T 0 

Batlerica— Donohue aotf OOO^: 
OrUnoi and HaiEream. 
BeooAd Kama— A. H. C- 

<iinitfnpfitil 3 fi I 

PUtalNvtb a T 1 

BtU M lii- K olp aitd BukaCortb: 
MrrM&to, BUI tid vammim. 



^NdON , Bi)«^ Jund at^Ralpli 
i^oddy, Wfirtnan cpaed boat 
fpUot. ^ the Duke of YarTt 

Dt^ft^at- Cup "here ^..todw 1*1 drtfJiir the 
MbBL Rioaoco Itr to ttetttt U ttw 
UUrd dSf' • ivinft 00 the TnamM. 
finoddjr wtualiy clinclifd the 
trophy ye rtpfday by winning hi? ' 
auccesdTe heaU- 

Uie Inleni&Uuuai hijii^trk la Uii- 
prPHfiivr fai4)il'in. hi/. UrsL pUri' to-! 
'1hv Eivlni? hlni ft clean (.»ti>p <>f [ 
I hi- t-iiri'*; day!' oX racmv A Brit-, 
.4h bc*t. Bulld(>« imuhfd uedndj 

VAWgOpYERJ««»^Uucked ''^^ '"^ 

in the fM half and outpteyad lo 
the eeooMl. VtRtorla Woet went 



NATIOIf At LEJtGCE 
ffrw YOftK. June 29 - The olanu 
sained an evm break with the 
Phillies by wtonlcfc the necond fame 
here today by a xcxirt* tit 0-1- Mel- 
vtii Oil » twenty - ■c^onri hoiner 
linlprd Ibfl fine pltchtnK of ' Dutch " 
lltnry. who shutout Uk* Phillicai un- 
iil thp ninth Umlng. PhlladelplUii 
UHJk th^ openar lo-a. 

y^Tst gftinf - R. H. E 

rhiladWphla 10 11 3 

New York -,— .- 6*3 

BaUAlea-lilUer, OoUins, Me- 
Oraw and Lertaa, DsTla: OaDtvleb. 

Mays. Judd and Man. 

s^fotid Buma— n. H. 

PhiladPlphia - t i 

New York (19 1 

BaWeri*-> R-a-i'^-nand, Miller and 

Thrrr tn » Ilow 

HT LOUU, Jime 2(» Hic Cub* 

nmdf It Lhrre rlctorlcs lu » nm ov*r 
The Cardinal by taking today t> 
same tO-T. R. H- C 

Ohtcafo V> 10 t 

et tiOQle t t 0 

Butt«ri''»~BlAkr, Bush and Oon- 
/Alct; Shrrdrl. Haid. Hallahan. 



down to defeat before B C. 8u(tar 

Refinery thla ■(t«moan In the Brtt- 
lah ColumbUi s'-rie* of the Domin- 
ion soccer cluinipiKiuhIp at Con 
Jooes Park. z-O Compooed of »ev* 
«ral young pljiyrrs with one or tw9 
old^ heads, the Victoria eleven 
maiphmH %bi$ orowd 1b the opanliif 
f oriqr-ftve ttUnifeee bjr U»tr elerrr- 
DMi. parmilarly D. BUwart at 
left hair. a. Blewart at touida right. 
nn<i Mitinthy on the e»treme Mu 
nw l&M named U one of the beet 
iJutAuie tr'fu 5Pen here for lome < 
time, and &howcd great ball con- ' 
irol cbpcf'taliy m Uie way he took 
fj.'- 3i,>t:f\'- o!i thf run. beat his man. 
uti.l >-r(»>od II in frun! of the goal. 

T)!.-rp ttiis M .we in the flrat 
peruxj f'wfi miniiii^A niier ihe re- 
start Skyrrne hit the pOtt WUh a 

alow allot and i*red Roota ruihed 
up gad tawped the baU inlo the 
Det. Boot* alio got (he next when 
kg chased a long imus. caught the 

IJbm near the Une. aiul wiUi a 
Wtgodoiiii acrtw ihot craJhed the 
haa onr KaUurlngton'i head 
In a aaeond round (t»mf Vor'Ji 

Ktoney. v. ifmri Hi-ckle-bali artUt o(j Shore United 'Irie,.'^ NorUi v«i 
the Hollywood Stars ended his couver ex-Hiph four to vnr. und 
l*am s. four-icame lo«»ig streak today i will me**! Upper Ulnnd hf rt- M.-ndnv 

'afternoon B. C Sugar R-'finery will 

n,per. ihi- dinner nf Ljiu latter game 
m Uie atml-lmal at a dat« yet to 
be eat 



behind the Amcrteop- The wln- 
Der'ii average weed o^er a Qoufse « 
twanty sea mllae wa« 44.n mtlet 
per hour. Snoddy wou the trophy 
with a (aUl of IwtlvgiiKitate against 
the BTlUih boafa alglU. , 



NSW YOWC, Ame M^Un. Ora- 
\^ pHlr VandarbUfa Baraaen n 
todgy WW th«' t3^ "minant 
StakM (or tovaxto at Aquedn'-' 
Mekatam. wm tba R»nco.■il^ 
aublt. wga eaeond. and Httrry 
Payne Whltnay'i Prometheua. Uitrd 
lyny at** n iti^pad the ilx furlonga 
IB 

MtmUtnaro Winner 



k 



by blanking the l«a«ue- leading Mu- 
8ton» nt^A and balUng Hi '-'He of 
Hhu &u nitu Acored by hU team. Al- 
though the vtaltora gvnersd itn 
lafeilaa. they war* welt acgttared. 
tmactaltt in the pinches. The Btan 
wm^ iA game up In th third In- 
ning, when biinrhrd hiU gave them 
four runi. Harry Oreen'R tircull 
olout with one on topped off the 
rally. Mlekey Heath poled out hi^ 
twentieth hooier of the seaaon In the 
etKh^i R H. E. 

Mlulons ft 10 0 

HoUywood « II 0 

BattedM miarhar. Oaaler and 
Honman: Ktonay «nd Baoler. 
Tbraa gtawighi fdr Daeka 
POtmJOfD. June M.-Portland 
made It three atr^tBht over Oakland 
today atid Curtto Pitfterton pI'MiM 
hts fourth lucoMdve vie r i 
srore wan 7 to 4. "Buaf* Arlm 

tilt* nnly o«Jc who could bat eonilat- ' C^iimes .whed'iled torftorrow |U|ht 
cnUy Hf kepi, up hlfl hitting by I in the Wnstholrjie Softbnll league 
driving In two rf h!« tj>ain'» four are m fuUowa 

runs and ecorlng another hlnuielf victoria Wr,st vp Y MCA.. at Vic- 
He alfio relieved Domovleh when the | (^p^ west Park Uoipiroa. P. You- 
latlrr was vaasA tA o C the box „ 

? L** ^SSL**"*^ 2* 5^' colonist, vs Time., at Willows 

land attack dead. IL R. E 



ARGOS WILl. MEET 
LONDON CREW IN 
PRELIMINARY RACE 

—The draw u>diiy U^tii L^^adon 
Rowing Clubs eight a* the oppon- 

pn-„s oX uie Argonaut Club eight froci 
Toronto in the preliminary round of 
the Orund Challenge Oup in the 
Hoyal Henley Regatta, .wtueh opens 
nntt w edoaeday. 

SOPnALLGAlSS 



Umpires, I- Worx^Ler and E Rut - 
ledce 

Colwood Wood ve. Marigold, ui 
Ungf ord. VnplraB, J. Pkiooa and 

P Poreman. 



PrankhouBc. Holland and Bmlth. J. 
WUson. 

Robliu Tmk» BoCb 
BROOKLYN, Juoe 38.— Brooklyn 

cleaned up both ends of a double- 
heiider mtalnat thf Dn r-. liry uj- 
day 4-3 and.g-7. John Morruon. rr- 



Oakland - 4 W 2 

PortUiid T II 1 

Baturies -r>unisvMi. Arlett and 
Lombardi: Pullerton and WoodaU. 
HvftU nit Heavy 

^^AN i-r.-\sc L:iCo, June 2!t. -'Vhe 
heavy urii.lcry of the bun I'Yan- 
piflCTj SeiiU moved en mav.>' .ii.-it 
the Lo* AiiK'Meft pitching r-vbii at 
RffcreaUon ' ink '.<]av Whrn uie 
smoke of b.ut..- elearjd away the 
vtsltoTB were on the snort end of a 
11-4 score. Suhr. Wlngo. Baker and 
joUey worked overUme on Carl Hol- 
Ung ^nd he waa yanked for Mont- 
gggotfyt wte VM fOttOd fnr three 
tftUMi. BOlUllff tflOWM 'Uiht rum 

R. H. E 

Los Angeles « 12 0 

San Franciicn . U IB 1 

BaM^ntf. HoUlnga and Ifnum; 
ThuDitoD at>u Adamson. 

Sect Noeed Owl 

flEATTlJ:, Juna Jg.— Tha Seattle 
Indian* nosed out the Sacramento 
ScnaU'rs here today by a g-4 score ^ . . 

The visitors ehatked up two nore i yrxterdsv The final laelad thres 
hiu than the loeala, but faUad to I houn and had a large erowd of 
oirolg tha baaea on a like raUa specUtors on edge throughout. UUa 
Koehler. In the role of ptnch hlU«r Marjorte MdVkriaac. Hew Zealand 
In the ninth. faUed to deUvrr for xmiiiet' champion, added another 
the Saca. E { ^ ^ when she defeated 



OKIOAOO. JUB* v.— V. Deathar- 
age * MoDtaiOuro. quoted gt T <• 1 

PHm'a Dowailaa waa gMond. kod 
Uw Bva-year4ld Ckokui.. tlw 
Lonar Btoak Parm. third. MnU- 
nan'i time fv ^ ntUe 

quarter was 3 (M 1-5. 



Pennant Progress 

AMKBJCAN IXAOrE 

W L 

Philadelphia « 

St. Louis • *l 26 

New York . , it 'J« 

Detroit 37 33 

Clevelmnd »I 33 

Wa-':h:ni:U)ri ■ -35 

Chicago .-SB M 

BMtqn » *' 

NJVnONAL UIAOUK 



Pet. 
7S0 
613 

.539 
.484 
.40S 

yn 



c%loago — .^....^w. 

Pittsburgh 

New York 

Bt. Loutff : 

phUadelphia 

Brooklyn — , — 

Bfk<on . — ■ 

OtBOtniwU 



w. 


U 


Pet 




33 


JBXS 




as 


.80S 




30 


.560 


..M 


M 


JM4 


..37 


3t 


.401 


-30 


ii 


.4«3 


_34 


40 


JtM 


..M 


M 


J8I 



COAST. UUOUK 

Mladotu 

Ban Francisco 

OaJtland - 

ni^Uy wood "■ 

l ,M Angeles 

baiiraniento 
BeaUle ^ — ^^.^ 



w. 


L. 


Pet. 


..M 


33 


JM 


-81 


It 


j8S3 


.84 


41 


J08 


..46 


U 


408 


-« 


« 


An 


..4S 


81 


.488 


-M 


88 






98 


JOS 



Marsh Gordon Defends 

Singles Championship 

Defeats Bud Hocking in Thrilling Hive-Set 
Duel at Victoria Tennis Qui)— A^rjorie Mc- 
Farlane Wins Ladies' Title 



After a grueling flve-agt match 

wuh Bud Hocking. Marah Gordon 

retained Iv..'- •>i>rn MiiBles rhsmplon- 
Ship <if iJie Viftorli* Tennis CIu'^ 



Rsc-rsmento , . . - - . 

SerttLIc 

lltkt U-rles— Bryan 



Uif pttetaw, Boadi hH fliafc Brooklyn I Edward*" and Dune a wl 



and 



4 10 3 

A 8 0 
Severeld; 




Ike C.C M. Periect Bike 

For ni^5jr«J endarmnee Arough all the trials 
that a boy puta a bicycle to. cholikg a CC||. 
"Perfect" Tbey combine s^wgUr «nd free- 
nmning qmlHicA, pmrknteed to gtand up to 
hBfll 



•Kuemw ooofNi Atn> Ton 

Peden Brottiors 

i3io-it DoocSag 



n^7 



IflM Hope LeemlPg in the flnaL 

The ncD^ Atglae was the greateu 
the elub had eean in yeara. ann the 
nthlbltloo « lannla wai sound with 
oniv Ihe sltmmest.ot margins separ- 
tniu- 'he pair. Oordon took the flrnt 
V' AH but Hocking came back and 
ifvik ihr ^eronii fi-4 Gordon went 
in'rt Hie lesd again by winning the 
third wt 8-3. but the runner-up 
rullied strongly lo capture the next 
6-4. In the final set the ch am p k ai 's 
great lUylog power waa largely ta 
evidence, and be waded through t^ 
win 6-9. aordcn later won the 
handicap single* from Booking with 
riae. 

Miss kttPtelanr showed brilliant 
form in dlaposing of Ml&s Lcemlng 
In the ladlea' final, the New Zemiand. 
er'altne placements, ralUef^ snd gen- 
eral all around play drawing much 
spiilflii.'se from the stand.-- Tht» 
r-.wtjrh ws'- much h*rd<'r-rouaht 
[,.n Mic •■■ nrf ADtild indicate, and 
uuTc *rre ilisny long .■^Tlea ol vol- 

leving with each player ahowtatg 
great skill. The aoore was g-l, 8-1 
. Alter dropping tha MtjfyM. 
Miss A OllMon oama bacf wnog 
to defeat Mlas French hi Cb* Anal 
of the hand leap itegka. 
Mat^iaa In all 'he mhrr nnala 






wvre rin-* snd the wtnnen 
Lhrer aeu in all case.i 

Pollomflng the ma*'Ii Present 
Dr, E. W. Boak spoKe briefly, and 
Mra. Leeming prraanled the prtMa. 
The remits follow 

LAMSr CM B r^AMPIONgHTP 

HUB Mar1c-i.- M Parlsrw r)rT-n!/id 
Misft Hop* ■ fc • ^ i 

MirNR" ( 1,1 n < IIAMnONSHIP 
I> M Cror-I^n ii-reated Wk Motki- 
Ulg 6-3, 4-R. S-3. 4 6, e-X 

MIXKD HANDICAP DOinUS 
Nfr snd Mm. Mer^ion ipint MIS) 
defeated Mr and Mtv fliaidilin 
plus 151. 1-6. 8-4. 6-3. 

unw RAMMCdip satataB 

MJm A. Otbaon igim M), dtfaatod 

(giMin, 
niwniritr pwi m 

Vrvriay and BaaAi tpkm UJ>, 
18»»B.4. 



l«>. dafaSSrSlff^lSpbS'S 
WOm CBlnna 40t. g-i. s-g. 

MtNT nUfmCAT RTNGLBg 

D M. OMota (minus 40-g), 0^ 



HANDILY BY 
fUEESHO 

Cowiciian Rallies Alter Be- 
ginning Badly Against 
Vicloria, and Wins Easy 
^Victoiry by Good Margin 

GAU ( LKVEHLY 
. DOES HAT TRtCK 



yesterdtty I'luvt-rtitv lurugi. win 
nlng easily from AJhiona. with a 
wifket In hand. To the lanre score 
of it/1, faur-flthf of Um run« were 
^Mbtttad by H. Wl, H: tL Wan- 
maa, M. and It K Tr», bi. 

a J. Clock, tvantr-four, VHP top 
aoorar for the Altalona. who )u8t 
manafad to ptt.v ihe centurv 

Cowl Chan wr. r.uti^T iM.-!'> '■■>': 
Vletorla, Bal,'-, txiwliPK '•■r\ .\i''ka)i' ■ 

■t-i'll nilL'- ( Ir-rti-li (llnllll.-.V^ 'li' 
f ir>L aix Cuw - I tiKi by U-inni' t. ■( 
Uiirty -jievcn r,iii.) Ai une iinn' '.If 

mgiAh looked located like a cIqm 
rinlih. uniU Wilkinson and Ontig 
■loppad «hD ret. bom of whom played 
a fUia molnga. j. itKHnaa wae the 
only Vlelorta batsman who could 
arlthstand the bowUng of Rhode* 
and BalH. Og glOD bowlod well, 
uktng (tirat viekeli lor Aftaen 
runs. 

Tba British Public Schools Olub 
won by nine wlckeu from r^e W»n- 
derera. A good first >*i i-'i 
producing sixty runw by CtiAMi'uf aiid 
OUlospie. made oeriAln an easy vic- 
tory for the British Public Bcboots 
Later, Orant, Thomaj and Brten 
contributed useful (Igurea. Oalt 
did the hat trick tor Uie Wanderers, 
getting the wlekets of Urant, Mere- 
dith and F\)thartngham with suc- 
eaealve balls. 

Vntrertttj Schaot tMaga 

P A Sparks. Ibw, b Parwos 17 

H un]\ narelay. b Mawhaad„ 44 
R. w it:r..u.. pitj, b nBcmkii.. sq 

B. H Ty. i> A:e. 89 

R. B Maber, b f^arsnia f 

J. L Ewaiisoii, b Pite g 

H, P. Wllaher, b Par-vons Ig 

B J SlenkU'r. Ibw b f'dr.'^ons 19 

I M- Drum, b Psrsons- . 1 

O H S»an»"fi, ni*; out. 0 

G M Biuingj, did not bkt. 

KxtraA n 

Total for B wlcketi 347 

AlMoM ' 

E- Pan-ons. b Dram 8 

R. Craddock. b Sparks.. 7 

R. D. Mawhood, b BlUlnga 13 

N. P. Plte. e B- Wemnan. b BU- 

Ungi - 13 

E. O. Praeman. b BUUaga...^ 8 

S. W. Barclay, fa spkita 7 

a. J. Clack, not out 34 

Blofer. run out ^ Q 

W. E. Enoch. Ibw, b BlUlngs 8 

P. Barker, b Billings 21 

O. R. Bakar. It, bA. Wgfuagn... 1 
Ibteaa .. 1 ] 



Total 







I neons — 

P;ir>ori3 . 

.. . 
Barkf-r . 
Mswhood 
Preeman . - . 

AlMona— 

BitUiwa 

Drum 

Sparks 



Bowling «naly^ 



O. 

14 

0 

3 

8 

8 



W. R, 
5 71 
3 39 

0 3« 
.1 44 

1 4ft 



o. vr. a 

IS 8 45 

3 1 18 

B 3 38 

R. wanman 33 1 8 

i'letorlo 

w. E. Wilkinson. ■ Donoy. b 

Rhodes — | 

W Read, b Balia. 3 

11 i huups. 0 Cter-Bnton: b 

Rl. -dw , .- 0 

C l^y. c BoUrs. b Rhodeg.-. 3 

Thane, not out. ...... . ao 

F Burber-Staj-kev b BalMk 1 

P O. Nelson, b BalM. g 

W. P. Oooch. b Baias % 

H P. HeveLt, b Rhodea tt 

J. Pntfit, c Oraeia, b Wbodea.... 4 

A. BooCh, b Bain 7 

Extraa — — , n 



62 



natal 



K r. r.nen, 0 Hewatl. tt Oooeh B 

;. . indm. b Oooidi. 13 

u ci BaiM. b Oooeh 4 

A K H Ly«iatt. b Oooch 9 

P Wiliams PrMtman h r.o-wh - ' 

( A Rhodes, b ("kxch . 4 

i' E Wttkiri«on, r Pruiii, o iniud tM 
O W Carr-HllUm. b Oomitr. a 

N R CYftiif b TTi'>m 37 

H Dennv r. " ■ ■ 4 
S. Czoalaxul. t Profits b Thorn.. 0 

Iblol 147 



oateycruHheron VHa^cn Suvs Joncs^ 

txpenence Makes 
Him Choic e Today 

British Open Cliampion Tells of Dramatic 
Moments During Final Round of U*S. Open 
—Newspapermen Started Leads Too Early 




NORMAN OOODAU. 

OatA*ttf«r far ih* V&arMirar nr«M»B'« 
b>I|l*u«r«, «h.. will ■>• t*ra In »rltM »t 
the Sr-i .4' KlrUi r-aih iMnnrroW W4lNftt 

lb« t*ai «l l.*a*d« ta • larln kUl. Tb* 



Beading AnaJyaia 



Vlet0ita— 


0. 


W. B. 


Balas -., 


B 


8 14 


Rhodes ». 




8 37 


oowiehatt— 


0. 


W. B 


PhUllps 




30 


Oooeh 


mzinni 10 


7 49 


WUklnson — _ 


_ A 


.. 39 


Nelson 


3 


.. 16 


Thorn 


4 


3 IS 


PwtfU 


1 


^ « 



Wanderrrt 
H. Letlmby, r and b liandHll - S 
J, CoLlrU, c ITioniaf. b Abbua. . . 17 

A. J. Darcus. to Abbott 1 3 

p. Bosson. b Abbott 6 

O. M. Gait, c Brlen. b Cawelis . 7 
D. W- Davles, c Thoniui. b'Byrne 
Ohlappa. e Orant, b ca/^Aeiu ... 

Harper, b Covantrv 

R. A. WOeox. b OoventtT 

P. L. Watson, not out 

teaadoK b Ot ia n l i a. ~, — 



Total 84 

BrHfah PaMIc SctaMb 

B. K. CaaseUs. b Chlappo 42 

P OlUespla. run out. W 

a O. Orant, ^ Dareui, b OalL.„ 44 

W o. Coventry, rtm out^ ^ 4 

Randjill. Lethjiby. b DgRW... 0 

J p- M. ri'dlth. b Oftlt _ 0 

(.' I' Pofli.Tint.:liftm ii flalt 0 

R H Abbotl r mid b Darruj) 1 
A P TliomK- nu( <ni' 
T- Brtsn. c W4i5-iti, ti B'lwon; 1:1 
U. H, U. Bym/- did not bat. 
Bxtras B 



Br WALTER K.\orN 
□ nuui Op#n Oolf Chacnpion 
<C«wnclil. im. fef MirU) Anvrukn 
MMTwipir AlUsns* > 
WTNOKD FOOT OOLP CLUB. 
MAMARONBCK. N.y.. June 30 - 
Fjtrlv thil evodhg Bobby Jones, Uic 
ain.iti .ir. and Al Esptnosa, the pr^ 
;t ..mr. ii, »crp tied for the open golf 
lut!i:[itinift(-,lp Ql the Uiiiled RtAtCS. 
' .(I iiiniorrow they wi-l ■ 1 Ir the 
in a ihirty-sis-hoif pU>LirT al 
the Winged Foot Country Olub here, 
whUa many thousandii of «pectatora 
will follow the drama. 

Thus once again Bobby Jonea bM 
fought off all the pnifesslonal 
ii'ifers In America In the oprn 
hii.'T-,plna-ihlp Nave oiu* ui.d 
" ■-■ ' : ■■ iriuii L.i M U'ln.'iv pl.i>iT 
i''jiiif)[M^rl lo Riv .Ut.v. ft itrcdt 
tfiinii- Rui t!ir <-\:\; USmF JOHCS ft 

little becaiiao nr i-.ir- previous ea- 
pertcnce in ^'^ t\ < nfUfita UUt bla 
splendid game ol ^-u:/ 

Jonea might have won the title 
oubrl^ with etrokes to spare, but 
he faltmd badly In (ha home 
ftratoh and flully had to do a 
h'-roic foue at the home hole to tie 
A ith the profeaaional. who had 
e^tikbtUhed Ills More of 3t4, about 
one hmjr and s half twfore Jooea 
i jiij.f ihtt rAirw&y III Oir last 

. , .1 , 

fVMW i.KVMATIt MO.MKNTS 

; '■ many drajvisuc ino- 
.'ti .1 Ihe cImiiiplouHliip ranic 
< A rinse. For u tinn* it Hpitesn d 
wi If Jonea wcrii i^rlAJn Uj wull^ 
m a winner Many tif On- npwB- 
papennen liad aurted Oieu leadn. 
giving Jonas the credit for the win. 
loUing of another glorioua victory 
papermen bad aUrted thalr leads 
glviBf Jonai the andil for tha win 
and ware pounding away OB etarlgi 
taUlng of another glorioua vtatopy 
when word wa« flaahed Into the 
pre« headquartem that Jones, out 
on the batUofrnnt hnd taken » 
aeven for the flfU'iiirh imle, loeMd 
away mo^t of his lead and fgaed thr 
danger of seg|i)c WtfUmm bOOl him 
to the wire 

There was a nuth to tin- gnif 
eourse where IhousandA were lolluw- 
inf Jonae down tha eavantaeitth 
rairwagr. H* had hH a Op* taa ahot 
and w%» waiting to plgy his aooond 
whan tha war ootvaapandonta 
reached the green Bobby hit a flae 
shot to Ihr green, 'hi' ball rolling 
some twenty feet b«>\F.r,.i 'In h..>>.- 
and h« took two p<j'< f< ' 

four. Hf then iierdf'd itit ii. f- 

to tie. 

Sveryone sefiiu^l Ut ki.oA jii:.: 

how tiUnga otood and forviad aa tm- 



nu-n.-^' ('.I' lu .iri>tind tjie eigbtcrnlh 
grepfi, Ksnii Mrt\or Wiilkrr one of 
the niOfti l^Iefe.^l4Sl of ihr Kpncta- 
lors ttlrlvmuh he muI il was his 
llm: III It in'.uiice at a i;oll cjuuiiplon- 

Alllp 

Jfiiif--, I (l'>« ii (he middle sjirt 
took a N . ■ 1 : • ' ' 1 I ur his srcond 
Stroke. Wht-u Uu- ttaU took tlie lur 
It looked «• tliowik Japea had Inst 
the champlimMfr Be bad h*okud 
and tha ball waa headed for a trap 
at the left of the graeo, bul U rollad 
paat .the trap and atoppad 00 Iho 
veiy adge of tt. 

PUTTBD €ABBn7U.T 

Jonea had a nasty third to piav 
ond he left himsetf % tBdve-foot 
puU for a four wid a 9H. Rb naided 
the puit m ue Ktplnosa. and ho 
looked 1' >>vf-r ftuti irreat e%n and 
then walknl up i\!id knocked It Into 
the hole. 

Hals were throwTi In the air. 
There was much fihoutinK Jones 
had st^ppod Into another piny -off. 
lAst year, at OlymplA Fields, he wB.t 
beatro by a stroke by Johnny Far- 
roll In a thirty -ilx -Itole pbv-fMS for 
tba open obaapumahip. 

AU iMt wm MB Of (or Jemo had 
oome tn_ Mi BHMBMn ^iTlr of 
Columbus, a professional who haA 
bern poimdlng his way around 
Wuiged Foot without a gallery for 
three dsys. He li«d been accrlng 
nell and when he came to the 
M-wiiL(^L>nth he needed a three and 
.1 four, or It four and a three to ua. 
Al 'lie M?vpnt«pnih hli putt for a 
three .';U)ppcd on the Up of the hole, 
tuit at the eighteenth he hit his 
second beyond the green and did 
v«U to ahlp back and gafc g lour. 

lAter. George Voo Bm. Detroit 
omataur, had a altm chaoea. A 13 
to would have tied for him. but that 
wa.^ a little loo much to expecL 

The hole that ruined Jones waa 
the fffteenih. where he took a arven. 
being In trouble .with hi.i wcoiid, 
play ins bbs third nufe. and 'hen 
Ml'" kij'v: hi.'i fourth hmt tjir irrpcn 
.till] hj'.i u trap. lie linally sal oti 
Aiid tofik two puL!^, 

Al Espuiosu mi«ht have won out- 
right but for a tcrrlbla elgb* 04 the 
twoUth hole, wtiere b« hooked tale 
tee shot into a trap, wu trapped 
again at the graen. look two more 
to get on and nnUb<''l vith throe 
puite. 

Thu.s the fortunes -^f 'hr ir^odlpg 
plitvm liifir Hod fill .i> ih'V battled 
I heir way ovnr the la.«l nine hilis. 
the bonlisgi to plav in luiy riiam- 
plonshlp When Uie game in close 
and tht otako to Wtfw 



TDlal for • wickets. 



,1S9 



To Merely Srty ''Port 
Wine" 1$ Aol 
Enough 

Ank fnr 

CONVIDO 
POIT 
WINE 

.A^rrt 30 ytkn In 
wfvvl anH bottled 
1 Oporto. 
' very bottle hat 
t>ceti fwarantced 
Warrr- (k Co. 
■ - . r :',7o 




w a iidii ' aii o. w, n 

Abbott T I j i 

Randall 4 1 u 

Byrne „ — « j u 

OaanUs*. , 4a S li 

Oovflotnr — sag 

Brtilah PttfaUe aehoola- O. W. a 

Darcus ^ : 8 3 41 

Boesom . ■ bJ 1 W 

Davles 5 0 32 

Chiappa 3 I 10 

OolleU 3 0 16 

Oalt _ 3 3 23 

Ijinpd'P 3 0 3 

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Will r)p|X)iio Oakland.s at 
Royal Alhlelic Parl^ To- 
morrow at 2:30 o'clock 



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FASf ACi.HhO illify 

Oaklsnda faat-'ieppina nUt* 
liandlera are In for s &iiff b«tLl< 
toroorrow. when ihej' rr<m.< siifiu 
Wllh the k^aplc fjeaf-t '-t Vamxiuvpr 
In an eKhiMtlon game at the Royal 
Athletic Park, sL 3J0 o'clock. 

Present leaders of the Mahiland 
L40gae, the UmU arc expectad to 
give Ihe looal flaihaa a gzaat aigu- 
niant. ndly raalbhng thia, Beb 
Ualnnea, ooaob god unagir «i 
Oakland!' yotohfol ^ggioiilliwi wUl 
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In (he hope of lowarinv tiie enlnn 
of Ihe snappy V^ncauvrr agiT^* 
tlon- Oaklandn team will be (tr>ried 
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Taykw. Duckwvth, WUliaoaa. Chap- 
man, 
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TO waoa WKT en xoms 

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•ad muhttiTy. Owfo IomM bcrt 
tadHdftf Ui bat* ol nMl «9d (our 
tocu of iMtd MveML 



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Ham 

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k fwtardkf Rfter- 
a( Oapt AMa O. 



Wben tbfr Amerlaai 

Presldcnl JefTeraon 
SealUe at 4 o'clock 

lAutto. dM cwUM ft eonpleu port 
ftble Mil haiUtmf utuiDy mrktac 
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■t varloui poInU kkng ttw AUantte 
rout wPTP In Ull glM» JWl With 
innstani r-lmilaUon t£ WMiT ftOin 
an electric pump 

Manr of thr vtD hmtoh cn 
roi]t^ 'o Yoknluuna. arrordlnn tn 
Mr Frrmi thfrf tUf fry wUl 

t.' i.Ui^'n m itiland lalfn of Japan 
ff.r rfstntkinj: purpoficn V^rrry two 
(lay; thr watrr irnvnliiK through the 
Jam will f)'- hit.vt;f'\ »u tba enA 
graduaUy become "wisslers." 'Hwr- 
nometera IniUUad In tto tetctery 
ftr« elowly mtebad to it* ChM tbe 
MmpmUurft of tbe mlv doM not 
Moc«d W d«giMt rkmtwIL 

Tha Jofferaco cftirled la ftnt 
otfta pMMncara and nliwtj-flTc 
te&d for Tofcotiama. Kobe. Shang- 
hai. RoBC Kons and Manila. Her 
anto ooMWad d MOO Icca at 

wnr doAir ramn 

Mow tf«ettT»— Tbe flcuifr Imvoa 
f dr Port Alice and imy porti on lb* 
IR. ittb and 9W oT oMta Aonllt. 



Tba JapwMM fmcbter 

Mam Is due at the Panama Partfic 
Orain Tfrrmlnal aome time m M> u- 

ftav to loail 1 ooo Uins of grain lor 

Brotiifrs • iLiiipirifc' .iifMit.'. 

Kl;,« Hr'.llii-rs cxp-. t ^v- ( H.-iH - 
wofUi lirr»- uii Tuesday to couamenc« 

lo&iung I MM «( biaibor ftr 

Itir Atluiilir Ooatt 

Moticf to Mnnnrrs 

Brltlah Columbia Vancouver 
IilaiMl. Kmth coaiit. Victoria tiarbor. 
oncharted roclu— The Pacific Coast 
Divtakm vt ibe Oanadlao Hydro- 
graphic Servlee raporta tb* extiteoae 
of tbe following unehwied rooka In 
Vh:t<nia harbor: fit PoalUon, STB 
fro! '-"A .i.-trr*"; R 77 d^rrs X. 
rriiit. ''• I ■ '-■Im^'l lighted 
bca-'Mi ;w I', f'-i t. n^flt bot- 
tom '2' PoMlloii, 365 rift \Sb dP- 
greea 'S &0 deKr^-cs E. mag.i (ram 
PeUy Island lighted beuoo. Oepib, 
18 feet, rock bottom. 

CM i Bttmrd Tnliti Tfeooowcr bgr* 
bor, Second Marrow*. Ught estab- 
Uihed— Poaltton. near aoutherly edge 
of bank, about 4.100 feet ra«t of Sec- 
ond Narrows brtdtrr Laliiude N- 
40 degree 17:43; Innsltude W. 133 
dccreea 00.30 taken froiii Admiralty 
chart No B33 <cditmu October, 
1933 >. Deecrlptlon. unwatched oc- 
culting white acetylene Ught, auto- 
matlcaUy occulted at ibort Inter- 
vale, on pOe beope n . Mote, beacon 
placed and melntelned by Vumoo- 




lYO HARU OFF 
FOR FAR EAST 



NmON TUsKN KAiHiiA i.iNf:n 
TAKis mjr MOO TOMS or 

CASOO 



fAtOMAKIHENS 
WIN T W I N Bill 
WIFHJAPIIALS 

LocaU MlJce Great Fight in 
Afternoon, but Lose 6-4 
— \'isitors Win Twilight 
Encounter 9-1 



\i fHKN \h$ Oanedkn FteUle Ata- 
W KMyiam aervtce was tnaugnr- 



Drpuiy Minister df lIutlM. 
Department of Marine ftPd nih- 
ertes. OMAWft. Oustfft. JUOft 13. 
1030. 



fttod en tbe KUTi Birthday be- 
tween Tanmto and Otuwa. Major 
Samuel McBrtde of the Queen Ctty 
aenl a ellvcr tray to Mayor Arthur 
EUla of tbe Oapttal, In commemor- 
aUcD o< tbe event. Photagraph 
•bowe J. w, SamoB. Toronto dty 
derk, hsndtng the eipreec package 
to Captain Bui Band. pUol of the 
plane, which la ibpwn at tbe 
side Airport Toronto.* ready to 
•tort. On June 8. Hamilton Air- 
port wM opned wttb ibuilar dr- 
wnnifinni, mnd at this /unotion 
eleo tbo Oemdlan Paoine CxpmM 
wae imei—ul e d and ceirtod a num- 
ber of padretBii Opening of these 
t rpeete tadtanlie » wide exieaalon 
or alrpteB* airvto In tbto oeiinfr> 
and • praoT of Ibe grawlm **iUr- 




FrcifMer T«Uw» Mmw AiTleee 
noes OrM WMb IMTOwa 

for Pert 

• 

Aniidng from Seettie at S:M 

o'clock yesterday afternoon, the 

Nippon Yuaen Kaish* Uner lyo 

Manj Ipf! RlthK piera for porta of 
.luixm und Clitna at 4 40. drawing 
iw^-iuy Lh!«*e feel of water at the 

Chpt H PuJUnura reportwl eight 
nrat rla»s p*i«en([rni and iweniy- 
onr third aboard Tli'' vfv.el » 
8 t>Oti ton rarK'i im luded DoUKl)« 
nr sni^r''' h-nUcrk square*. caU 
Akin.s l:tii-' rock drtllA. p a we ngOT 
rurs, sm-uii steel, drill part*. Otter 
skins, wtre rope, oauned epples, 
cement, flr doore. Iiroom band)ee. 



NSW TCUIK. Jtinr :t< ur' . 

Ooot, oanylBV th** ^oI' T^ r,; u-^s 
todey turned in » ..rpuv ati.>rv 
to win tbe $30 (KXi «cldrd Dwyi-r 
stable et Aitfneducl E R Bradley a 
Blue Ij abi p ur . the strongly backed 
f avorttOh wet eoegod wUb flee Ooiy 
ibM. 

tS» tmm oC the wtanr of tbe 
nelmnint Btakee and Wlttian was 

one of the most startling upaeta of 
' the season. So strongly Blue 
Larkspur favored to w in ihr n-.ilf 
and oii'- half rvcnt i-M-r t;.-- -i; .i.liT 
field of five itiul (.irn i *«s 
♦ quoted 30 lo I Hue^ ■ uU nm-sh- d 
a head in Ironi of ttw Bradley color 
bearer, wttb nag Oagr tbne leactbe 
bbcfc for ibow money. 

COLWIWUTOMtET 

IIUWOOD TODAY 



Between 
BMMte and VIetorIa WIO Be 
Staged ai 



J H "Mlcksr^ Rlrhardson. skipper 
r-1 (tie Colw(xxl Oolf and Cmmiry 
Club haa lined up a lormldable 
iwiuad to offset t-hr threat of the 
Inglewood Club, of Seattle. (<Mlay In 
tbelr annual Interclub match on Uie 
local links. Fouraanies will be played 



SptadyoarVaemiinn in 
SAN FRANCISCO 

.f?;. HOTEL 
STEWART 

ffloilvrsLfl (»Ui«k B^ii ki.i'wo mtxlt 
IB UnlUd flt*t«i. UtTnl'IpaJ r»r 
door. Strwm,rt Hna dihU 



wttnL _C|MC._A. iod MsrffrM 



The oQ tanker AlbertoUte paMcd 
'roni Prince Rupert to Ran Pedro 
a: I o'clock Priday nig/ Sa York 
City padAed Up to Vanrmiver at 8 
ociock ywiUrday momlnii. and Ss- 
Norfolk Maru paMCd up lo Ihc same 
port 0.1 ^ n'rtork in the aftemoon. 
,i(x-ordln« Lo Pedexal pllols. 



Ocean and Coastwise Movements 



VeMel Movements 



\^'tll VUy \Vh Unu] 
Concert Organ 



Gunard 



mom MomiMUi. 

Ta r u awalli tw a t— 0— 



Ala Nit la 
AwraaU 
Auaoata. 



Juir 13. Aus t. rn>9t • 
Joir ». Aus i«. a*pt 1 > 
.jQ&aa Aus u. BMPt 1" 
..JSTa. Ase.M. diei 



Ts tlrBMlk- 

Ttueaaia. .iolv If Caveata Mr in 

T* OinaiHwa aae UHtvmI 

Bevthi* Jolf 11 (Oalwan 

8«marl* Jul* 

To riiarbaDr* aaS !l«atl»Dipi> n 
'ISautatam* JulT 3*. Au« 14. Sapt t 

AMttaala. Jalt T. )t. Aus SI. eesc ii 
1lWHii«s.. -Jvlf IS. Aus 1. IS. WapL II 

rmoM BoeTON 

To QaMUtowa aaS IJ*vr»Ml' 

F^Tlhik J<iijr 13 (Oalwk'i 
• »r<,ulu JKtPM 

Anchor Line 

moM NEW I'oaa 
r- i-oaSMttom aaS Olinia 

lr>:.ii > >h:it Juljr 17 CkledooU July 17 

Aachor-DoMldsol 

MOM ■OWI'KAU 

T* aMiraM-UwrvMl-CUMvww 

LMlUa Ailr II. Aua t. Bri « 

AfltOBta J'Jiv 1>. Aui ta. eapt. H 

AUWal*.- ■ Juir in. Aua U. aNM. M 

anfaala. . Ak 2. Aua 10. OtM. n 

■ Ca'.li It riTmuuth 

Monrf 



4 ''-^ 

y 



m 



MR. HARVEY ROBB 

Wha olll Vlat thr arral I'MMWIl WSMi 
lnataJlr4 In Ih- • r K. h.iai. HavBl Twa. 
al TM-aal*. Th. -uttt rri •rraa la Ik* 
laesMsl Ita kiB« In Oau«* aae vaa 



OULP tSXJLNDS SSXVICB 




■ffeotivn June 11, IMt, tbe 
steamer Island Piluto ei wUl leave 
Victoria at 7:19 ajn. Moodgya and 
g:00 am. Thuiadayo Cor BIdney via 

the Oulf IslandK- 

The xiritnifr I.-^lund Prlnrew will 
leave Hldn^-v Ht 9.1& ajn. Tuesday* 
and FV1ilay<i f.jf TtetOTld Vlft tbe 
QuU Islands. 

Tbe atewner Uaad PrtnMBe wm 
lenve Vlotorta at S:00 ajn. Wodnea- 
dayx and Batvidnyi rer tbe OuU 
Islands, returnlns to Tlderlb tbe 

Mime day, 

A steamer will tenfe Victoria at 
11 00 a.m. TucMlays for Vancouver 
via the OaU TiieWdii ' 



■■ATTLB. JitM n^ArrtveS Oflnani. 

■riUnshaBB: nircat Kln«. Sound sort a. 

Blenabr, B*at«U. Bufttw»rkro. MuklKro 

Bath AleaandPr Tamm* Mavrt Ran PYan- 

fltaro. Po(nl *r-nn Nertb- 
I wvatam. n!« • .! . • 11 Ott*!- 

drk. vancoiii-'-'- i-jr-Vi. baiImI: 
'a' !■< Mfiurr] cof.*, tAk> rraiitpj. Ban 

p-i.'i.!«r(i Riiih Akiandrr Vitloria. 

<.J»'jr*laii. Pomf nna Tacnma r.niatn. 
' Alaat a. Jetfrraon M'r'rv ro»*n«. L«a 
I An««1r*. NoMolk Uarv, Taroma PrpaWnt 
Ijrffrrann. lyn Uani. VKtoria, Hv« Britain. 
; Bvtratt 

PORTLAmi. JuM n Arrt«*d Brad- 
clyd* nnanahal BariMn O , Lioa Aaccica 
Walltnafotri. iMt Anartca SalM Munlwm. 

Ana<>k> Admiral achky. navMiFort. 
riar Franrivn. Oritf tM Anarfi Barbara 
C I n« Anar Ipb . T** a «. Ma nila M* Ca»f 
nl ao»d Hop*. rremantlP. Kl Oapiun. 
Bffder Hantfr. Kckaafen. Ha Hanwr. loa 
Anaalaa 

' TAOOMA. Jnna a— Jtfrltae Hatli AIn 
andar. jOsMVlaa. 0— tUa OsIM- ftatn 
Alnantfrr, BaaUla: BIfaBor OhHaUa««n. 

naUlmorr' Hrb^r. Tnkifl 

BAN mAKCTrV" .Jmip It Airload 
Marawitt. HnnaltUn tvia Anarlci. Ventura 
' sail'rt rtnldvn ^r*al, Adnrtlral B'n*'"' 
' tiarlf* L. Wh«e)#r, Dtrtrlrl nf Cfllumbia, 
Hati Padro; Star of Irrlari'l. A«n Marrn* 
laland WlaenauU). Or»ton PirManl E•t^»r 
' jBiin'on. Orara RarbAr. M l Alnanrlrr 
;aaalU*i Canadian no"- Tnnsuu. Vat). 

Aaaivrii 

OftHOA. Jun* 11 ivlltna. Pnrlland 
oflAKA J<in* n F»rabanfc. Ban P^ra 
S>tANa[lAI. Juno U AnoiMlonn Mar : 

Poriland. iuns 3S— Brttiati Princ#. R* 

Pvdra 

VAWILA, inaa »,_patnek Haarf. Ban 
PMlra. ) 

NEW TOME. Jam 3S — Bariant ICnlSht. 

T'Xan Ban P«>dro 

RAIIJED 

KM.\N()KAI. J«M XT.—Coba HUrti. Loa 
toMC. JMM «l.-41a|UWBla. Baa 

Pranclarn 

PANAUA CAKAI. JaBS M- — PaSiad 
bound vrat rti-<a«ar« BiHk Baa Pvdrn 
Prt«ld«nt Wil*«n, for Ban Pranclara 
eundard Arrnw. Ban Pm1"i HuXarvfo. Ban 
Padra; BalkcM. Ban P«'dro SOT Dndd. 
Ban Padre; Oaaaral U. H fUnaan. Bao 
Prsaslsew Baasn BM« naai Bpaae. I 



oononnr 

Jalr t». 
HAVtru 



Mtr sa 



Jul* u 

SHntzuoKA u*nn— Por onanL Mt H. 

UNrrCD SIATVS AIB MAIL 
SCBBODLB 



Ball*. totfaBlM Bk^tes. 
uaiw: amvss ev alist 

raw. t:N a m. 



NEW ZEALAND 
AUSTRALIA 

Honolulu tt/rt/ Suvd 



Tba ntv aad »eB seesle l iB easMeear 

Uaart aaU Mm VaBseevw* B-C aaS Vlo- 

Itirla H f 

M»Ki"* ii.™iT'W>.' FnlT-l 

*nK * ■ i 1 ■ r \ . . I llrl IM 

••lAl.tR.^ -"(KM' I Ml. I« \«. il 

laraa. pi-' ai-i>i> tA all rai: r a.-ir] 
ataamahlp aj|r[i'.« i>r :u l^( Canad.an Ai.. 
traiaaian Una. tat Haaunsa Bl Waau Van 
aeafw. B.O. 



Canadian Pacific 

4 Sailinqs 

TO ^ 

EUROPE 



ffttoM Momxat 

^ Plvfaaalfe-Obaifeaara am Hi 



JlUr It U<.ri;i.'.. 

iuir ■«. *«t SI Unoti^alai 
Ta Oha*a«art-a*aiaa«rlM-Aai««T» 

J<itt II. Aua Ik Uataaaiaa 

Aua ' A'la ts , ,. -. .H'*nti;lara 

Ta e atf aas Mtisssil Wassail 

Juif lb Aua- 11- Maiita 

-iwlr If Dlbaaa a( aumU 

Alia 1. A*is 11. MlMnBaM 

Am I Uaairaaa 

T> Utaraaal 
*Jalp II. Aua l« DMbaaa at Twk 

A«i t. Aaa » ' Dv«lMaa al BiBfarS 
• Callina ai Oeea. 

rmoM ouBMO 

T* r fc a r>aaf a ■ S— taaaa tH aa 

Jan 1. JtilT U Bnaraaa of eBaUand 

Jalt IS. Am«. II. . Maaraaa at AuatraUa 
Aas 1- Aas n. . Hoauaaal 

Ta Ola»— -BaU^- Lrtarwa^ 
Mir •> Itontmal 

April 1" »*«r.*. '"ryWIt^r* Or 

J I rvimrra 

e r a. suu-at. t 

IMI 



Canadian Pacific 



SPECIAL DAY 

EXCURSION 



To 



VANCOUVER 



Hi 



T.T.S. PRINCESS PATRICIA 

on 

Wednesday, July 3rd 

U4ve Vlciona »:30 A M 

Lcaye VaBOOTor 5'JO PM 

SS.SO BetmFBf* M.SO 
CUkben Salt Fve 



WKATHIK BkPOWT 

nTBViui— »art aisoerE Meifc; M-tit 1ft: 
iiafit «««8. -w „ 

PACBSWA^-Oliar^ UsM. «MI: N.1B; Ml 

OAiuuuiab— oiaar; wast: M-fftt ttsbi 

nMii. 

WTREMC8S KKPOBT 
iBiCeran I p m . nolaaa trthenrtaa Malad > 

OLYWPIA UARO -Bound BtalUr, Stl 
mllM atr BaaiU* at nnon 

UHtKB— Noalka lor Vancntivar. lowlna 
Addiano. tn Hlaa off Vanrmrar 

ROPPXMOTOW OOOBT-Tokahaiaa Tar 
Pllllnstiaiai Allv inll«> on Bitavati- 

C.N.A. .HOVKMENTS 

CAftAUIAN mP^'HICR Dm* Jolt I far 
faat o( luniMr 

eawADXAii avoHBun-BaUa rro« vaa- 

rval. Jitiv II 

CANADIAN irTTf TTm rreta Heat- 

r«al .>ul» 3» _ 

CANADIAN pftoePBUlun — D«a VMM 

Hnntml. Auanal D 
rANAOiAM RANont— Daa tram Haal- 

r««t. Atiaaat 

CANADIAN OOAflTmn AI VaOMMIvaV. 
CANADIAN PABUOt Al Va.Bta<B»»« 
CANADIAN (-.rutcnvEn Dua fraai Ban 

pranca^O' J^i.t <o 
OANAUIAN Rov'EP - Hub tram Baa 

nanckaro. Juir l 

■nrriNO cALEifPAB 

TO aBBITS 

tOUWA SUMO^PtaM OtMt. Jal* L 

nunmawT uxcou* — Praaa otiml 



dar. S.M a ih 

•BaBala. M.V.t AfMvaa w iBi asM aav 
I SI p.m. _ 

Oiiaasah OL; Mass sa tts mm* A« 
1 at a.sk. 

qafaHoe. Oaia: AfTtiw ai 
dar. 11 asa. 

OaUaa. Taaasi A m wm m m» 
■ ask 

Oaavar. Om.t BSVtaM m Iba MM Sat. 
I tl a »- 

r«tr«ii. Idea.: ARtvaa aa Um ikM da* 
U Boan 

Minaaapaiia. Ktaa.: aiiliaa aa laa taud 
4ar, n as. 
s«« oriaaah ta.: BwliM SB Mw Caaru 

«a>. I* sa a a. 

•inaa Yark. M.r.: 
Sat. I «s w-m. 

IJ »• as. 

Ottawa. oM.i anfvss SB *■ isesiB ear 

Ian. 

■PitiUdaltihia. Pa.[ anHaa aa tta WM 
dar. 1 U i> in 

•Pliiaaurtb. Pa.1 A iiM aa SB Ow IBM 
dar. 1 U »m. 

at. Loaia. tSd^; AnHM m IBS IBM Bap 
t IS a as 

et. Paul. Minn ArrlTva H IS* tUM 

dar. 11 lu an 
s«!i i.«Ka ciu. Dtaa. Amaas ea» an« 
rr.,,. ts.se 
1 ' < ^.ta. OaLt to disi SB IBs IfeM tev 

t 1» a ffl 

tftaahlnaion O a: Bl i l SSi an tba Wf 
Sat. 11 iA a Di_ 

bmi' M>ouDd datta aesBiS Beadas . Au 
r. . I .i„.iaa tills smnsiB at « ■'•iaik. 

■i«a<i iTanriiafc OA: Bmm iisiiriia 
1 1' •> u 

*Pt(Mia, Cai. . Arrlvaa toarnrrow. S.IS 
»■ 

■L«« Aiiaaiai^ C»L. AniTaa Us«nv«. 

I i» a n 

nan l>i>a»- Cat AntVM dap aHw «»■ 

nitrro*. 1 >a p m 

AilatiL*. kia Arrivaa lya tiit f.n.i'.ii !*i 
i -l am 

*Pai OtUrarr on Har ot arrital a 
asB»sss diaaa viu aa 
MMn aiiBsaaad i* tb»m 



GROOTENDYK ft 
275 TONS (n ( ilU.O 

To discharge 275 totw of carn'v 
the froUfhlCT Groowndyk, in Uie 
joint kcrvlce of the iUd.fiP. and 
BoUand-AmertkB Una, to Bxpeotfd 
here on Blonday mondnc tmai the 
United Kingdom and Continent Ba. 
Loch Katrine, also from the same 
pnrij;. 1.^ cxpeotod bflTB flB 'nmcadny, 

accordiiiit to XT. AdBOl 9. IfoffaA, 
agent 

Coastal Sailings 
Out of B.C. Porh 



s'eel chain, canned milk, locomo-tia, tbe iwiniliis Bad itnglee after 
Live parts, pumps and blow torobea. i luMtL 
First cabin travdera Incbided Mr { m tbe featura awteb. BftroM Une- 

iitid Mrs P. O. Muvrove. proceed- .ham and Walter BBll wlO meet thr 

inp 'n Sh.«n»hal from London; Mr ' vtdttoM' first .strlnirers, Ted Knudson 
fi Mr. K. Kuraha-shl and and Harr> Ives Walter Pursey, 

Mr M, Kuwahara. bound for Tokio. i rnmier p N.w open rhamphm. Is 
Inbound txtdn uic Orlmt the ov. r the leam and will ptay 

Nippon Yusen Kalsha Irenhtrr «irain.st Ale» MarUnf- 
Toklwa Maru arrived at 8 (ft o clock i Thr draw and startinc ttanes. with 
vf-sterdftv momifiR nnd sailed (or , tl»* ln«lewood players Ont men- 

.'^r^t.Mp HI 11 .III. . !ip c-arrted one tloned. follow 
pa.'^v4Tn;T, A Jii[sm^ J- ininl.'stcr en 
mule ui New YnrK V t» Seaillr. 

Tlie i;»0 ton.s ot carj" diM harged 
here included twenty- five bales of 
raw ulk, IQ2 ba<» ol mail, sllfc 
Boods. pfBvelBln ware, earthenware, 
toys, metal wars, chtp roplnc. glass- 
war*. eotton goodi end albumen. 



iair U. 



Mr 



■■ . A M A R a -^at OiUnt. Jon* m. 
jx.R'.IHT AUKAMUajt - rat Ala^^ 

II I UABP — Pm Oita nt. Jutm It 
I'Hxe.H'SsrT iBPPBBeQB — Par Ortaat. 
Jul.' ^* iMBBB 

JU.f * 

IM.nurUT AL^UANtlER — 
Ja;r « 

PRHIDBKT LJNOULH - I 



TKAItSPAOIPiC MAILS 
CanMB AMto JAPAN 

PBB8IDBMT PIBWOS-Magi alBM Jaaa 
I. I p.a». Oaa a« Takabaaui J«aa lb 
BbaMbai. Jaaa IS^ Baas JCaac. iaaa SL 

•LOMOOH MAUD— Maila claaa iuaa I, 
U a n Dui at Vafeaaaaa Jwa IT. 

'TALTBTBim— Italia elaaa dm 4. a 
*ai D aa a t Tahahana Jaaa U. 

SMPMBBB OP AStA-Uaila claaa JIMa It. 
1 p ai. Dua at Tofcohama Juna M; flhSSB' 
bai. JittM II. Hpna Kaaa. Jk.lr 1. 

PRBamcKT TAPT ifatl* floM Jitaa 
• pot nu* at Tohohana Jvaa Mi 
SaaaatlAi. Julr 3 Hon* Kmia. jMlp S. 

■IXION-Uaua r-.no •<.n« IS, t B.ai 
Di>r at Totohama Jjlr la 

rnnidcriT jsPmisoN MbIU riaaa 
Jun* If, 1 p n Uua al aokabaiaa Jult 
it Shanahal. Jalf it. Uana Kaos. JalP IS 

■Japaa OMBa aalp. 
AOBTSAUA AjrO NCW 

(fla 

lU 4 B*. •» 

*Wa9 Wf, 

TAMRI (Ma 

tiDM Aee K * . 
•isir II BMasp. ieip e. 

*V«im«B 4«ta asa 
elaie imm H, t p-m. E 
IB 

W— ata MiBt tiaa* Jan* ii t * aa D« 
■1 AaiBbal Mv IS. fi ana* j,i f 1% 
*U»m far MH aad Anatraha ooJi 

'Hall ttf Aeslaalla aalp 

O. B OARnlNKIt 
Paataianar 



c r H •tfiinvT Ira.-, daUr al 1:41 wm 
C P N •tran-«T ^av* itau* a* II «S * ■ 

PeOM VSHCOCWB 
C P a alaaaiar arrtna daily ai S ta a ■ 
C P a atraaiar arriv*- dally al T a » 
poa ■■ATTt.S 

irMQOi* laava* daUr at it, II a 

c F R (taasMt laa a ws dallp at 4:ie e.w 

citr at vtsiatis Isavas Batb si i a« 

ukd 1 pm 

PBOM aSATTtB 
OPb- ataataar <iailp al tl.tiaa 

kraatrtia afTlaaa daUp al S am 

«ke1 COAST BOVTB 
BO oaa* ■«*^*'_S3* VIslaMa la 
Pwt AH** sa« en wait oaaai p«na 
li^tm VMM «a *m. iiik aa< tmZ 

MSBlB. 

STDKVT-BTB VBB TOW 
Motor PTincau laapaa Bienav tan ujd 

I Ml p w dallr r«r euraatan. rttansiaa 

•t :] in p rn and T a ai 

flANAIMO VAACOOVaa 
rrlnf'aaa Blalna Mva* naaalHia ( 
anfl ) IS *a»ti VatMoanr at i* , m 

and ^ 10 i> 'n lallr A kwal atramrr wil: 
:,Ky* V •nrtnift at J I.* Pin rriurnint 
from Nana)ma a- S »S p it> Wtttr 
SiindaT lra*«i Nanaiino •! 1 ■ m and i 
p M. Lta*r» v*n;«^>i*r a. lo 

1-«B »*■ 

nCTTiaiA POST awQiiaa 

Aala lad pa-w.na*T tarrr ir^natm f n, 
•«llv far Port Aaaait* at 10 11 a taitai 
Pari Aaartaa at t aa a ai 

OlmiM pdila daUp Iran Vletaala al • 
a.m. aod I. M 9m. Uam Part AMafas 
|];tf an aad f pm. arrl«lB« ban i:ai 
p m and T JO r m 

pBi.vt • B< ri a r aorra 

CntoT' Mtamahipa Bvatj Ttawa^f ^, 

I »• • ' Pridapai »«.. laa* 

vaac""'" bsesp 
priaca ftuarrt. ata. 

Caaad'an HaiMMi laaiiein. os Maa 
aar*. Wadoaaeapi aad bSBMBsfS SI I p.^- 
irsn Vaaaoarat. 

uKi^ isfcAinae noote 

BiaaBaa iaUad Prtaoaia laataa VMana 
taa oair l*nda al TJt a.m Haaeapw 
Wtdaaadara aad TtaaraBapa 

Biaaawr ''t"^ ■»rallaa*as riMapu 
rat Vaacaaatf. rta OaU Idaali al tTSi 



RyTH ALEXANDER 
Will SAIL TODAV 



CaJlf'uriU Servire Vessel Doe Bt 
Bilbel Pters at 7 A.M. From 
Seattle 



With a ripacily pA.vi«n»er list lor 
Caliiomis ports, the Pacific Sleam- 
lihip CompBny'a Rutb AlBXAnder U 
expected Bt Rtthet piers from Be- 
atttc at T o'docfc thU momms. and 
will Ball two hours later, aceorduii 
to Mr. Willam M Mian, affent 

AmonR (hoAP whr> will embark at 
thlA port will he WilUam W»*mer 
and Mrs Wsfincr Mrs M Mc- 
Climon. Mni Al Robinson. Mra E 
) Bamslej'. T W Sp-iUJie. Miss 
Nsncy While. J. K Rolosaon. J. 
Lamb and Mrs. lAmb. Mrs. J. B. 
MCCbDum. MlSB Jane MeGallum. 
Mln Betsy McCallum Mrs P A 
Hedwlck. Miss mrofhy ClaytJin. 
MlM Ltabel Sioddart Mrs E M 
I StunfPA^, Oeorge StTirt-'V.ir Mi.ia M 
jrvirs' Miw A K Wll:^n, ML*'* Velva ' voorl v.-^ 
Caw 7Ar* F CB^.^ =.<i KftLh*rlnf 
H-rrnn. MiAs J\me Herran. Ml*^ 
O-rrithv M Carter. Mlu J. M. Mo- 
Cleavfa. Mrs. M. M. McCleavea. Mlas 
Anne Penry. R V. VIcnolB. Robert 
qtrsule. Mtos Marsaret Sfartule. Slis 
A. A. Stnnle. Ulis S. cntaie and 
Mlas J. nbner. 



ALABAMA MARU IS 

DUE HERE MONDAY 
FROM TH£ ORIENT 



«fTiN rwABi»*TTp i«iji<m« enrre 
OiaMBaa Nationa' n>p«mdt>i waatlp 
tnm Vaoeawvst. 

POarLANB CAI^AL Borrs 

•B«BnVATnev itrur Born 

Oaaeeiait W allswal BMsuSUpa. On Wad- 
naailrf an' Osturdari at ■ att (ram van- 
caurrr, lor PriBca Ruper- 9t'«arl. Anros 

«*A^V«- » UI • ^ % I A. ... , ia..»v. 
Bt'WBT 

WartlP. Pnac*.* v.-.. ..^ .„,„ 
(«u«a* 1 P at ^ "in-adart Oaaaaiao 
HMtPtia- S'aamihlp* M-m^a.. and Tbuii- 
wmt»f* •< • V m . rroDi Taaeoaaar- 
ruwAix aitaa *jtM wmhs 

CPJt- etaawat O Ba t wtP MUa tnm VBa< 
MMPap atdawfei aa TMrtaw TBaneasi 
Si eaiatdapa 

ALABBA asn wnrntMrn 
mirwOTA 

Oaad4tta wauaaal Blaaaaktes 
Uandar St t s^" • frm Vasseew, i 
Bkaawap and vay pan* 

Shippiitft Information 

AT TKrrOKU 



Data Tl 



LINCOLN COMING 

From ports of Japan. China end 
the PbDtpidnss, tbe American Mall 
Uner. PreAdent t/lneotn, is expected 
at Rtthet pler^ r«f 7 nVrwk Mrmdav 
momlns to f1 : t"! - ' ^n^ of 

oanto, Boeirding to Mr. William M. 
Allan, scent 

H'lNHNnRinFHS 

TOCOMPETlHtRF 

Lee Mar«hl«n Hra'U Vl«<Unc Cow- 
tt^ml^tnnal ftUea Salerad 
for BeOdBy Meet 



10:30— Ted Knudson and Harry 
Ivee vs. H. Unebam sbd W- W. Rait 
10:40 — Bob PtfcxiBe and XMefc 
Baynee vs. P. Thomas and P. Bd- 

munds. 

10 3!^-J Pord and Howard Pfame 
TS G M Terry and K. Wallace 

10 OS -C W Adams and H Winn 
vs. R J Darrtis and Oeci .Sin;t-i4nn 
10 15— A. Stuart and Alex. Gray 
vs E. w. UniBy Bnd J. H. Rlduud- 
son. 

10:9a-Mn Oftty and CmpL KbUI- 
son vs. J. N. FIndlayBnd L. D. Rinse. 

10:10-000 pBwaon *nd Rbj An- 
derson vt. Dr. Oeob fltaU And S. P. 
Hodges. 

>:39— Rod Jansen and BpMM Hus- 
ton' vs. C. R Whitlnit and Oen, 
WUklnson 

10:00— Dr. C. B. Ftord and Harry 
M ar tfi s n vs. T. L. flwbn and Z>r. 
OrBham. 

•:Sa^aek VBlentbw end L. Cun- 
ntnghew vs. T. B. MePhiiBon and 
T. Leemlni . 

0:40~-C. Anderson and O. Seam- 
moo VB Dr. Hemes and R MUbank 
9 :2ft— Hugh Smiley and Harry 
CasseLi v% .1 H Lee and W Calh- 
rart 

9 4V H Blackjit.nrlt and Al. Jonev 
vs. V- c. Martin and c Denbam. 

9:90 — Play Narramore and P. Bay- 
ley vs. K. N. Horsey awt O. Lsach. 
• :1S— J. Headley and J. P. Orlflln 
K. Perry nnd J. V. Meston. 

10 SS— Oeoi. swinders and h 

Olover vn P. Crlddle and J L Mara 
9 »v F Jeffeman and f NsRei- 

P J Hall and L Patrick 
9 h'' r. W Bernard and A. P 
Haiiey v% W Rssmuiien and B 
R Clcen 

10:45--Walter Pllr^ev and Palmer 
vs. A. Marllnit nnd nray. 



/M iinRSVOlEOl T 
TUH tL UOM t Hi NS 

Playint tbe WBppiaet. ban seen 
here tor many a dny* t&B Tboodib 

Kittens duplicated the success of 
their prerlou.'^ u-., w-. i. -xi.iy, wlien 
they took both fn.ls >il a iwin bill 
!roin tlif Victoria Gapltah al the 
Royal Athletic Park In the after- 
noon same the Kittens stuck tbelr 
claws Into the Cape for a #-4 vte- 
lory and ttafi^ c|iiBw bbek ta lbs 
alfhtcBp and trouaeed tbsm 

In tbe maUnac sttractloo. vbW) 
iBSted for ofer two boura. ths Oapl- 
tala were held scoreless untU the 
seventh inning whllp the Kit ten.* 
ran around the cushions for six 
markers. 

Dan^erfleld. on the moun.l for the 
Capitals, heaved rood ball and al- 
lowHl but elRhl hltK. while htf> team- 
mates collected the iame number 
from the ofTfr;np-' nf TTHfl TicrtinB 
Slab 'A^U't 

KinKNS VMV M<.HT( AP 

It ha.^ nften bcfi' -.ii<i iha" a rn' 
has nine Uvea. some nui.'^t havv 
two any»-ay In the nl(ih:^ap, which, 
by the way. WBfr von by the Kittriu 
B f-1 sev^Jfeli came lo bat with 
tbe CTishloiMl loBded. Two strikes 
had been etllBd on bbn and ths 
third OKU came over, but It was 
hlfh. n BppeBPBd tbBt met stmefc 
at It but at ths flBme tiBW tried to 
pull his bat away, at any rate ttasi's 
what AlUe MoOntor. tbe oOeiBt 
arbitmtor evidently thoufht. and 
.-ailed 11 a ball. A protest went up 
from the fan.v but play continued 
and itie neit one that came over 
Krb ('ra.shed It lo deep rtsht field 
for a home run. seorlBC tbf«B OMn 
in front of him. 

Norm Ptorbee. on tbe mound for 
the loenls, heaved good ball and 
went akmf nicely unUl the Bigbtb. 
At this stage the Kittens hit SBlUy 
three times snd scored two runn 
In the ninth Tollefaon T^.^hed out 
a circuit drive with one on and then 
Brb did the elBBS'iV not wltti tho 
ruMhions loaded. 

CapA weria held to foV SlIBlf III 

hits by Erb. Taooou owundnMa, 
and ecored tbelr only nm bi tbe 
first bming. when Wobster tripled 
snd oam* bemo «a ob enor by tbe 
visitors' thtad bwimn 

Porbes WBA nicked for deven safe 
hiu snd sent thirteen back to the 
duenut via the strikeout route. Brb, 

Klt'ens LwirlT, breer^d sljl. 

The can-.'** ■*rre featured by 

sparkilnR play bv hof hieaQM SDd 

the hlttintt of the Kltf^ni. 
eeore by mniniTR 

FIRST GAME 

Tacoma Kittens 001 10020 0 ^ 

virt.oriB rspitai.'* ooooooaao—t 

Batteries. rh:el and Mt; SSBiW> 

field snd Mornan 

SerOVT> GAME 
Tacoma Kittens. onnnninjfi 
Victoria CiiplULi m> iwi n ci rm i 
Batteries, Brb and Uarboe, Porbes 
aod Bowdea 




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PBRXAWVSpSs. dolly. 

TbB IQBiidNTO MIT H MM. f 
sjn. daUy. maUng coaapcUoQ •» 
BCootreaL 

-TBANS- CANADA LrMmO).- 
g:IO PJO- daily a-I •tecpinti-rar 
train, between v'ai»c.-ij»f-r i ■-!■■..■., -o. 
Montreai- 

Tbrough trains to (TT-.i^-itcrt ^f. 

teeilve Jun« it. the u< > ^ a^n- 
■BR." ' P-oL dally, aU siMputg-Mr 
uain. 

BTfeeUve Ja*y I. ^OCVPAOIPIC 
KXPftSSA,*- tm pm. daSy, etaiM* 
artf cqulpaMnt. 

Slimmer n'-tir^l.in Tarwa In efTeet 

May ;J f .i.u^r' irtai rw- 

tajTB Unut. uctoov ii. lAJB 



n«m ToiiflftBiiiB, tbe QBaka 
sen KaiOm Uner AlBtaams Maru to 
expected at WbSam BMd qaatmo- 
tine station at 10 o'eloek Monday 
momtnt and will reach lUthet pMrs 
about 11:30. Bocordlng to Mr. Albert 
B Shanks, of Rlthei ConsoUdated, 
XJmited 

For thlJi port the vwwel has 
eUthtv -five tons nf cargo, fotir first 
f lu-SA iMwnBem and ten third Por 
.^f-ninr »he ha-* eight flnit clas* 
tlltJ>v^entfer» Forty-nine third and SOO 
'ons of . A.T> TTiere Is also I^MM 
(oiu of overland freight. 036 tons 
to go intooeastal, lAOO bataa of raw 
silk, ten tons of sUk goods and 400 
tons of bulk oil 









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Leo Marahtorl. speed demon of .the 
pedal pushing fame. wUl lead tbe 
eontlntent of TansBwvw rtders who 

' win b« seen In action tomorrow at 
the Roysl Athletic Par*. In the cvcle 

. meet b«lnf nuired In c«nJun<*Tlon 
wifh the Dominion Day eelebratinn 

I Olen Robbing, winner nt The 

.Colonist race; Lew h>i^h. Dave 
Mccresdy. Pete Tyson. Prank War- 
ing. Of^orge Panoer aad Oodfny 
ParroU are VlctortA's bopos to COp 
tbe honors lo tbe fasloias tventO- 

Tbe fim raee wm etert at 3 
o'ctoi^ Programme of evgpts and 
tbe entriee follow: 

0|M mUe. boys otoSBr 14 yBaxa— 
Dour PBdad end BtodBOy Balph. 
One mfle, bovs und»r ie vears. 

'handi'-ap M PaTi-k. F Waring 
Dick BUkey D Morrtecn ./ack 
Btevenson and (lerald Ward 

One mile novice- E s Rnbhm^ 
Oeorg* Parmer. r>flve Tahoh. Jack 



lAYCLUB 
FACF 6ACK 
IN ADDRESS 
TO BALL- 




^•COMP ACROSS 
BALL Si IChTLY 

IN THF SWINO* 

5' BAIL SPINS 
FROM UTFT 
TO RiCHTd 




Hew is the ewl •.>">( plaicfl nnd 
what effect does ll have eo Ihe ad- 

tiBn e« tbe Oafl? 



Frrry- Exrursion 

Travpi between here and Port 
Ar.celeo atxmrd i'>-<. Olympic and 8a 
; 1rvM]uriu luu siKnrn a lemartabto 
taprovemcBt daring the past week, 
according to Mr. B. B Blacfcwood. 
Bcank for tbe ngot Sound Baviga- 
Uoa Ooespaiiy. 

TbSay and on Monday t,wclal e>- 
ewiMon nUM will applv on both 
pp^seb I" ivir' Arjj'-]" Pxruralon 
rate* ai'i -t.-^' c ■■'■i -in July 3 
and 4 to fariliiAte boMay txawaL 



nia (laiv 1* P*. iftr ar * r ia 'or tha 

tsna M-r.(!'ir U 1. -fTi.n'.i r,nm 

t le It ^'*U'1 frftfT tT>li1tl'tM > -r 'b 

Tka flawTn for hnahi !i> ii •Mii..|<a7| 

htat) watar fram lo» *a'-' Wh. . ntart, 
arrnr m 'ha tahl*. ' d' - « raiU 

ran'innoual. dutlna I • " ■i>'-«r,ai** tWal 
^rWda «ll^aal turnina 

Thr halaM la la tarl •»« taviha af « 
fMM aavaaorad fras tba awrMa laaal a< 
oafr 

To And tha A'pui of volar ea tba aOl 
af ta« toaalataii drrdaoe a* ad* USa^ a4d 
IS* faat UN saMBl al MB ealar aa 
ftoaa atoffa. 



TS BaS fBa BWdB er vata* «B tte wo 
sflbe Blwsii j i H l l Bs U •MlB tot t* ifea 
bSibl f OB* wsBw at aBsw atoeo 




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Stevenson. R. Hethcnngton snd Dick 
Blakey. | 
OBCHiuarter mile, open— Richard | 
Jaokseo. Uw Bush. Ooon* PSrmer. 
O. O. Parrott, OIod BoOMst. Dsvc 
Meeraady. Mt Tpmx. lm Marobl- 

"Ct. Maom vrm$. wnm auott 

and H. Davles I 
One mile, open ■ Pete Tysin. L*o , 
Marchlorl. Dave Mecremdy. W s 
Robblns. Olen RotAlna. a D Par- 
rott. O«o. Parmer. Dave Tyaoo. Lyw 
Rush, B RethPTlngton. Richard 
Jsofcsoa. Msurtoc Irving, Prank Ei- 
nod aod & Davtoi. 

T^ro-mtle baodlasp. open— Richard 
Jscfcaon, R. Bstberlngteo. Lew 
Rush. Dave l^son. Oeonge Pteroer 
n D ParroU, Oten BobMns, w S 
'i-'tbbtns. Dare Meeready. Pelo Ty- 
son. Leo ManAUon. MBttrtot imng, 
Prsafc BUlott aod H. OavlBB. 



By 

. JOWfinr PABBBU. 

m piayuc • eat ttot whleb to 
played with a n ag hto or maaWw- 
BlMtofc. lay Uie faoe el tbe ohib bock 
tn BddraMlng tbe ban. Tbgn. In 
making the swing, keep the face of 
the club open, coming aflghtly 
acrnax the ball Tbls glvee the 
hall a <!ishl Spin from left 
right, a-hlch means »e-r> little roll 
I when It hiu the green 



JOE WRIGHT .SHOWS 
GREAT SPEED IN 
TRIAL AT HENLEY 

HEfJliSn' OH-'niAMF-S f--ni[litnfl 
June 30 .loe Wright, Jr nf r. 
ronto, holder of the famoua l)ia.mond 
Srvills, raced over tiie Ro>-aJ Henley 
course in prarUce Prtday evening in 
the remarkably fast tlnie of 0 mtb- 
utee 8 seooods. Ooodltlflne oea- 
ttnood very f avorabto lor sood tbno^ 
bowevar. as evidanoed bi tbe naults 
flf trials of manv rrewB pnporlas 
for tbe FU>r»l llenVy leSBttB opoD- 
tag next Wrrt - 'if»v 

PN en so. 'A - .;■ t ■ ume was two 
seconds faj«ler r tia n Uie record •■d 
S minutes 10 second.'^ 

Tbe Arfonaut chib ciKht did a 
fast bstf-eoiUBe trtal in 3 minutes 
B> m*"*** The Leander crew shortly 
aflerwBrdB nninpto*o< tbo 
courts In I mtoulBB 10 



Win$ Golf TtOo 

OMAHA. Neb., imie 30.— Obptabi 

Warren W Beckwith, of Los Angeles, 
won the tranA-Mlsalsstppi senior 
goir champlotiahlp today bv defeat - 
Ing M- H Ladoucer. of Omaha. 2 
and 1. In tbe final elgbtees-hole 
round MBlCk a* t5s Onoss 9llM 
Club 

HvH \\ ins I vnnit 



HAVBBTORO, Pa., 
serfecley B«U, of tbe Unbranltr oT 
Texas, today wm the tnterooUeglate 

lawn tennis cbamptonshJp of Uw 
anlied autes by defeating Oregory 

Manrfin i^f ''>-)rBetown University 
In 'lie f, r.Mirid 

Tlv Ki>res were 2-«. 3-«, fl-*. 
S-a. 8-3 



M<»miSAU Joor ». - aUbPrt 
Muaos ef ToroBio advaneed to tbe 
fbtoJa kl tbe provtoiee of Qosbec 
tsBOlB rbiMplskSbliM bare this 
morMac by dsfaattnc Waller Mar- 
tin, alia ef Torwrto. formerly of 
0< 0-a. 4-«. 0^ 



■BDNBT-SISVISIUN iWBVICB 
BBOcttv* June 10. IfM. tbe Motor 
Pil uuBs wtil leave Stdoey at 0 am 
sttd 3:&0 pm tor ateveelort nbwo- 
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Judo JO sad Jaljr 1. AIm J«]y 1 sad 4 

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Children of Balf-pBfW A«B, SSd 

Tieketa t(M f"i liine W are good to rMepw Jelp I TiefcetS told 
luly 1 ire ((r«.d f. return Jul* 4 Tfbeti are gir^ ob both 
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SUMMER FROCKS 
llnrifir^<l% to telect from in all 
\if latril it(ylr« and niarprialft, 
in site* |o fit ill fiaarcs. Priced 
•t. each, 91 .•K. U.M 
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SILK UNOBRIK 
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r'^prndahle fjuality in l*Avnn 
Sirk Lingrrie, jibown in 4 full 
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A i-rtmprr'-- ..--^ ■nm'-iii "f tin* 
well Wnnw II n jL I .tl wav< hi 
• lf»rk. rr.ni|.ri*ina rtiiffi-n, *«Tni- 
f hil'l'-n i*piil *rr\ irr Mnchl^, 
wMit ^lipprr nr -nii'ir'- lircts. in 
all ihr latrti ^hs'tr*. I'riccd at. 
pslr, 91.50, «a.5« 

POUNDATION' 
GARMENTS 

Cnwipletr aR«nrinii*nt i*f (Jnr- 
telrltra, (jtrdlr* and Bandcitr<i 
in the Marit LoiiIm linr. 

Contvlrttrt at In fS.Sa 

(.irdl«3 at Wl^ tn aS.aS 

Bandvttea at SO4 to fl.BO 



Duncan Is Centre 
Of Rich Terrilory 
In River Valley 



Town Siiuc Scp.iration From North C-owuhan 
Has Proipetcd Suadily as Separate Municipality, 
and Has Now Amentdcs of City Life of Almost 
Every Descriptyon 



Building Construction in 
Keeping ith EApansion 



7 ransfiorliUion l» 

Sl'll A TKli <f I'. !- '>v. 
Mil' ]*land HiKhwi'. ar.'l 
!.'!<■ E ,V N Itallwav IHinmu 

in«ili and M' lM I'h* ataxe 
scrvir*. rpcenliy La.k«i ovpr by 
Uio Vancouver Island Coach 
Unea. Ud„ oCen La the public 
uuM eiidk day. boUi 
north aad acmtb bound. Two 
pMUHlffCT trains prr day rarrv 
maUs and j>a,v-'Tnjt'r> A'Ti* 
oUiera the BC limpid iY«nsM 
tnirtrinf aervlce CArn**.'* Ir.-if'i' 
to and frotn all wa; poinUb oti 



LYTNO In thp heart of a smiling countryiide <rf itPtf. lake, 
wixid uiid neld. and strvinp a population of appmlmaU'tv 
6.500, the City of Duncan hokU sway as thp centre of a busy 
and thriving diatrlcl. As the chief town of the Cowichan District. 
Duncan separated from the Miintrtpallty of North Cowichan In 
1912 and became Incorporated aa a «ay» tba rapid daralopmcnt of 
tr.e community dlcUtlny this atep. At tha praaant tint tlia ettyi 
prospecU are brlgbter than at any othar parted of a pto ^ o w 
decade. Tlie financial outlook is a telUnf factor here. With aasaU 
far exceeding their liabilities and with a iteady Income derived 
(ronx promptly paid taxes, an authority states that little or no 
property has been thrown t>aclc on their hands by forced sale. 

BmLomo raooBiaa 

Building la going forward as 
never before, and every rear haA 
shown rapid itnprovement, both In 



Duncan Rallies 
Stron^l y for 
AU AUUelies 



ELL 


PLASKETT 


CASOLfNE 


oir^<; riRESTONE tirks 


t 


ACCESSORIES 




Telefitlona 46 


iStAND HXOHWAY DUNCAN, B.C. 



Commercial HoteU. Both are clone 
lo thf <iiagD d^Ol Md the ttMUVL 

pxcettsat teilBHUnli are in 

the towu. 



the quality of the c^av) of conatnic- 
tkm and in the rmmb'T of buUdiogs- 
In 11/27 Itie annmiil. dpenl on this 
rorm ')! :raproveiiienl wajs $35,737. 
In 1928 the rtgurc sUkkI at Wl.lM. 
Willie at the prvienl dale, evi-n 
though the baU-year la oot yet 
reached. (45,000 la a eonearatl^e 
rsttmaie tor this year. 

Paved streets run through the 
bustoaia seeUoDs, and concrete aide- 
walks ara generaL As^ialt roads 
are found, both in suburb ai>d 
country. 

The city has come to an arrmnge' 

ment with the provincial authorlUea, 
whereby Uic Provincial Police hold 
Jurisdiction in the iimii^ This iy#- 
tam Is found io be very saU^fac- 
lory. Tiirce public schools are 
pstabU-shf-'d hfTP, incliidintt a n;gh 
siiifi'l, Cnas<jUda(fd school ha-s 
b«en adopted, the pupils belim 
brnutihL in from rand dlstrleU by 
means uf buses, rented from local 
faragas. The total number o2 papUs 
attending, inclnslve of.mnd stu- 
denta, la 550. 

The elly la supplied with wafr. 
light and power by the Duncan 
Utilitlea. Limited, a subslrtftry of the 
Canadian tHUitlcs Thlj; concern 
took o\rr :!ii".c services from the 
city in A'lKVist, 1928. and has rend- 
ered excellent saUstactinn 

The watT la derived Irnm two 
sourer^, .11 the Winter it is broiiRtu 
doan l?v griivity from a rewrvr/ir 
four niU'". itway, on the Skinner and 
Evan- Cr< '-ks In the Summer this 
^^JP^l■. 1- jtiKmcnted by a system of 
pumped *aicr from the Cowldian 
River, held in conlalnera Five h»ut- 
dtvd and thirty consumers use this 
system. Kven In the dryest Bummer 
the supply Is pure and adequate. 

rowEB surPLY 

LlKht and power l» Riven from a 
power hoMh'- Jn-^i outside the Cltt 
Umits. Here ate two British Diean 
engines, of t»K. capaeity. and one 
Polar Alias Dleacl. of 14dK capacUy 
The peak toad is estimated at 
200IC Though the rates are ai- 
ready low. a new Khedule wlU 
shortiy appeer that wUl sttU further 
rcduT Ihf rn« of electricity. On 
l.'tkinR "^cr [he sv-tfTn Duncan 
UtUiUcs I.]i:iilc<1, n.tri mi, .urn- 

Ih-y hftvr .Ktnui.'d Hirir luics mto 

ti.r diMrii i^ of r?.nuhalem. Quami- 

rhnr. Maple Bay. SomenoS. and Up 

O.bbens W»4 *S.*2fl 
consumers and new dlatrtoU will 

bo otwiied up. 

Duncan now boasts one of tbe 
finest Oovemment liquor staree on 
thc^Und. This btilldlng waa recwt- 
ly erected on ranrtria Avenue- Tbe 
Oovemment '-m c« c-n Oovemment 
Street have iUmi b^rn renovated and 
rebuilt No* 'he bfatlquartera oi 
Uie Prtwlnrlal P'.Ilcr are here. 

Dunr»ii vlstlrn( are offered apien- 
rtld arcommodaUon by t« 
hMrls, the laoflhaism and the 



FUUng the needs of a wtde-flung 

district. r>unran iraO tema n And 

businem improvms: yearly. The 
vanny nf siwK ra.Tlrd 1» complete 
in cvcrv lU-UU .<i\d tiuallty al 

\h<- i-<-"> I-. 8."( hiifh a-'i that o* any 
elf 'n h'- i-niifitrv Thf Cowichan 
Mrn haiiu., Limltwl, nil ao tnUre 

Moob on oralg Stieet. Many new 
stores have besn opened recently, 
and evMytimig potota to furtter 4e^ 
velopassnt 



Sport in. all Its phaae« is 
t.<n,iv tollowed Ui Dimf*n 
'nirpc biiseball trams are In liw 
Island L«afiiie ITi'-' football 
vram.s belmig to the Junior 
f-txiLball l^-SKur Caskctball 
arouses a good deaJ uf Interest, 
the Bsnbsr "B" tsam raeenUy 
havbw towad ttia provlnoe 
under the MMaaaMPt al Mr. 
B. Evans and naplalnsrt fey 
McDonald- 
Five years age the Da — n 
LAwn Tennis Club oooetrueted 
thr>-f new lo'urts. Now the U>tal 
Is ten courts, with the making 
of bard oovrto and tbe buUdttic 
of a new pavlBsa aa a prtjin 
for tbe near future Younger 
members are sntarwl amongst 
the tanlor Island obampuns. 

Hockey Is also played. thouRh 
not BO much as m previous 
years 

Tlie cowichan crlcliet. and 
Sporu Olttb baa an axoellent 
pitch, and matches are played 
against n elg lJxa tn g dlstrtots. 
The Cowichan Ootf Glub boasts 
fUak nue come on the out- 
o( the d^. 



PKIVATE m 
ilAliliWW 

Hur*u Mafimrrt'a BAasI ••'M*'** 
lUa Eapaaded Dvteg Belrf PsMnd 
late La iga BeatHlag Seheel 

A mile froaa the eentre of Duncnn 
stands Queen Margaret's Seboel for 

OLTls I'Tcnicndoun progress bas 

been niBilc \<vv -iiui 182!. When tbe 
,-.1 wr.ii only twehe 

juilii..-. iri ii tfiiC'.l lnniaf Ho w th e 
iii.uiittiuiiit i.t nwiiA pri*pfrty O^ ftoStp 

r»!e biiiuiingB awl playlaa flelda. 
< iver f^itftuy pupUs attend Ilia adtool. 
nt wbem tWrtg-tbiae are bMrdera. 
in WM a big asoembly hall and a 
cymnasbim were built, also a new 
wing was added Huice May. 1»23, 
five frpsh addiiuin^ have been made. 
A... lis u> '.i- datr gyrana- 

smiM >i'f l.-iiiii.-. rourli. hockey 

croiiiKis, ^■i;< kci piuii and baskets 
ball rirki I'laymg uie game In 
fvcry icn-'r the word Is the back- 
ground of taachuig. QuaJiaed 
Enslish mlstmses are •mploved 
hero, and especial attcbMasi Is given 
to phyaKal ■■imJwi under a games 
mtstresa. Orsat carr Js Ukeo of the 
health of the boarder^, and a care- 
fid study of diet b u i^i^rw^ frature. 
(everything possib le is d<me he re to 
make the popUt COWftlWlf f" 
happy. 

areas Interest U taken In the oirJ 
Qutde movement by the iwincipab. 
of the school. ML^ Denny, KRC, 
holdin*: the rank of Diatnci ouide 
Commi.vfioner. and Misa Oeohesan. 
F .K hoidinK the rank of dlstrlet 
funde t-apuin Aided by a moot 
etUcient committee, they have^dQoe 
a tramendouB amounk Ol»naj 
among the gtfls of tbe dMVlet A 
olubTDora. rm^*Tg on its own prop- 
erty. Is owned by the ouldss. Bee- 
tnc light and water ts laid on to the 
building. Recently a platform and 
dressing rooms were added . AU^t hla 
has been done on moagy OdMd DP 
the OuUes. 



I The B.C Tflepnone C<«npany 
has just cinr.! i-'i^ii Mi'- mstaUfttinn 
of tbe out tbousaudlh telephone on 
the Duncan Kcttaaaa. 



New Home of The Cowichan Leader 



'!IE hfsr ferro-t oncrpte budding 



- 

ot AfcMtdtal. 



contains die new offtcee and nsodem 



priiidiw woi^^ta W The "cov^chan Liadcr. Pb^e protection bas been a large coulderallm In die planning 
rmnna St df modetn style, In eU cast concrete, readsswl on tbe front lo srtMc ahadsa ol CaU 



tomlan stucco^ 




Cherry Point Subdivision 



WUhU we c.-?M.lrr tUr fiiir^t t.alliing Uc^-h Mitiuri e»»y motorine disUnce of Vieforia- TKe tide 
Comes in over a sradual sanitv t>eirh f'>r 4t)n iard» 
The lota themselves, some wn«ded. '■•n ■ 
aobdjvjshMi commands ■ splendid view nt 



making an ideal place for children io bathe, 
i-jfcd, are a( generous sise. T2 (evf by 264 feet. The 
-NMntch, Sail Spring and the s mio aad i w g ialandSt 



Pikaa From f ISO to f500 



& Duncan, Ltd. 

DUNCAN, B. C. 



j\orf/t' Anuizing 
Record of Arctic 

ThrlUs gathered over thousands 
of miles of ice floes, scenes showine 
the hardships oeneral Mobile and 
his rcjicuers must have cncounlercd 
afiT rh^ wrecking nt the Italia, 
battles wiUi tlie huge animals of 
the Polar rerlonR are crowded into 
th.^ Fox picture, "nic Great While 
North which is scheduled to open 
at the Capitol ThMitre. X>uacan. to- 
morrow foe a thrce^dMT «»a^«nt 

The picture was made ^ H. A. 
snow, who want Into the Arctic for 
two p ur po ees to learn the fate of 
lour members of Vilhialmur .«^te. 
fanfson'.s cspedllion v.''^^n hA-A di' 
appeared ten years b^fnr^ He no: 
only found the remsi:i.'' "f^f 
and their cnmp on Herald isUnd 
but he also secured a stetortai 
record aever befor e equaled . 

flBRTICB GAKAOn 

Hie number nt improvements 
amoni automobile sale* end se rrtce 
rstabiishmenti In Duncan is vwy 
notlcrable. 

The Auto Stow, a tvaneh of the 
Nanalmn firm Of that oaow, baa an 
offlce and showrooms on the Island 
Highway, at the entrance to the 
town. In conjunction with this 
M«nn. Anderson and Oheeter spe 
ctallsr In the repair work of heav^ 
trucks That they are biisy con- 
Unuallv jrpeaks well frr the increase 
of local Imhulrr The rtvcw', 
Oarage ti-^f-nHy opened a park 
Ins Kpac.p for r«rr. and baa Installed 
an hydraulic Uft 

The estabUshment of Itioa Pitt. 
Lid. wlU shortly bolld new ahowTooms 
on the comer of the isUod Highway 
and JobOce Avenue. The Duncan 
Iran Works, ipedaltetng bi wekllng 
and decoraove troo work have the 
same story of progrees and daveh^ 
mnt to tdL 



Motto — ''Service and Comfort'' 

COMMERCIAL 
HOTEL 

TSDDT HAVENS. Maaagar 

Duncan, B.C. Telephone Ibb 

I ropean and American Plan— Weekly or Monlhly 
Tcrms Given— Rates Mo'ierate- r.-inquei^ ^;,t^•^'■.^ T.. 



Yeor Fcataras Framed 



T 



Huild Hettmr 
Office Block$ 

HC faith abown In the de- 
velopment of Duncan Is 
br Mg cerperaUotM. 
The Bank ef nrsiwiwas. the 
Bank or Montfeal and the 
nnilsb Onhnnhia Telefihnno 
Oa.. wha have ail wtthln the 
last few yeftTs iMdR lafge an<f 
permanent eAtabUehR^nta in 
the dty t>y thia art pioclaim 
their beUer In tha 
gj vwih of Dtmoan. 




Mrovs Waeat ae tttnsiratloBB 




PERMANENT 
WAVING 




Wtthoot Appointmrnt 

(You VVslk In) 

Firth Bfotbers' Esclaslvc Process Produces Wsviftesi 
rtn MQVAL or NATURAL WAYXMBM 

Positively No FWu or Kiak 
Vp m Z>aat We Rave Dene Over aSO r mmsai nw 
Ow StffaM OHttansr Tadtat Anolbir 



FuU Price 

\o Kxtra!! 
Uob4>cd or Long liair 



$7.5U 

Firth Bruilieis 



Vt^tofia'a Popular Halrdreaalat Parlors 
17 Booths 709 Port Straat 1 



Phone 1006 



ACME MOTORS 

UMITED 
Duncan- and Manaimo 



Chrysler and 
Plymouth Sales 



?HOm m DUNCAN, B.C. 



A. H. Peterson 

HARDWARE SPECIALIST 
'cote in IN* Cswichw District 

DimcAN, ae • 




Auctioneer and 

Valuator 

red A. Willett 

Real Eatate, Financial and taaurance Agent 
Notary Publk 

WNCAN. B.C. 




"ypttr Home Should Come FirsT' 

COKPLKTE HOME FURNISHSRS 

Duncan Furniture Store 

KOLAND A. THORPE DUNCAN. V.I. Phona 148 
Agent for Stewart Warner Radiog 



Chevrolet and 

OUkiinobil 

Dealers 

Service That Appeals 
AM A LIE OILS GOODYEAR TIKIS 

THOS. PITT, LTD. 



DUNCAN. V.I. 



PHONE 178 




Of Quality and Distinctioii 

AT qTY PRICES 

Otir aim ia lo inpply y<«i -witb a ^od selection of mer- i 
chandiae al the right prices — and back this up with nn- ' 
equalled Krvicg. 

TRY US OtlT 



Fox's Dry Goods 

Exclusive Style Ready-to-Wear 
Bntifth Luum, Wooleiu and Si 

Our Spacial Featura 
Hoaiery and Uatewnar Diroct From ICflb 



POn DBT GOODS 



STATION ST, DUMUUr j 



v 



Tin- DAILY COLOKIffT, V ICT O i^yA, B.C SUNDAY. jl XE m 1929 



Kich Farms in CowicHan Valley 



"CORFIELD'S" 

DUNCAN GARAGE 

LIMITED 

Eighteen Ycui In th« Automobile Bueineee in 
TlvsCtty 

EIGHT BRANCH GARAGES 

Established at Important Point* on Vancouver 

Uland 

We Spidalue in All Clasace of 
Automobile Work 

Dflfirtal Towing Service for the Auto Club of B.C. 
AUTHORIZED FORD DEALERS 



Phone 52 



Duncan, B.C. 



Products of Farm 
And Forest Occupy 
Valley Residents 

Cowicl^n District Has Developed Intensive Agri- 
cultural EflForts, Especially in Djirvm^ Seed 
Growing, Poulrrv and Sheep Breeding — H;thi- 
bition is Exceptional 

Lunihcring Has Gradually 
Gone Farther Into Forest 



COWICHAN CREAMERY 



WMIdB 



Phone 7fi 



House Phone 226 



Charles W. O'NeUl 

PUBUC ACCOUNTAKT CU8TOHS BROkSS 



Innrmnoe of All KindB 

Office^ Odd Pellowi Block, Dancan. B. C. 



TZOUHALEM 

HOTEL 

GRANT THORBJRN. Proprietor 

A Home Hotel 

European md Aniericui Plan* ' Moderate Rates 
Licenced Premises 



"1 



Telephone No. 8 



nUNC \N, V.I. 



Duncan Utilities 
Limited 



ELECTRIC 

LIGHT 

HEAT 
POWKK 



WATER 

THE 



Service 'ct 



Cor. Craig and Ingram Streets 



THB TAP 



Phone 434 



The Capitol Theatre - DUNCAN 

MONDAY AND TUMDAT OtaV 



BIO DOtTBU PROOKAMME 

"The Great White North" 

I nnihining crluration .w\ ininrniation with ihrilling entertammf nl. 
M ^olvfs a niy-'ify ..n*1 »how* fkome wondfrrful phfrtojrraphv. 
^rr iHr piir^iMt "f .." sri t. ti wlu>, lassoinR and capture of * p"Ur 

AIM DOROTHY MACKATI. and JACK MULHALL in 

"TWO WEEKS OFF' 



Books, Stationery 
Fancy Goods 
and Toys 

We SpeciilUe in KnRli<ih China and Ar» Always ^^ >!! 
Stocked With Attractive Gifu for Every Occasion 

H- F. PREVOST 

DUNCAN. V.L 



Queen Margaret & ^ckoul 



DUNCAN B.C. 



BcArdtng ami Day School for Cirlt. Prcparatorr to NatncuUtioa. 

Prtodpab: 

111 ■ ^ PF.NNY, SJLC 
MtS^- >- : < '>OHBOAN. a.A. 



THOUGH a tremendous amount of the payroll of the Cowtchan 
District comes from the iumhrrlnp indu.stry. ypt farmlnc 1* rrartv planned 
the most staple and lastlnE snurro of inromf MLxt'd farm- 
ing Is most usual. thouRh m^in-, f.irmfrs ,vpiriaM/,c pntlffly in ih- 
raising of poultry- Seed growinK i."* priii : i.s^-d. biiibs and cut flow r 
are a coming industry 



Tba Onrtoban On ei arr . 

'irm 15 % tr^m«>ndnu< factor bl Um 

'.')L, i.L'Hui iiL.si<iry 4<i OowtBbaa 

furiiiPd in 18»5. and tlw 
crr:in^' !>>.iit in 1S8S, Ibe asaocla^ 
tioii Mx^> MLtly tor tbt making of 
buHer. But wttb tlM axpanslon of 
the dlitrlct la IMM. paaltnr piroduou 
«era haodled and feed was reUU«d- 
Thlt part of the biuUwas la earned 
out undv tba bsbm of tba Oowloban 
Creamery Ttsdlac Ow a pa n y. lim- 
ited. 

In Ifa7 the present Hm- i.i;i>-if> 
were opened in order thii 
might tw-iler cope with the im re*!-^- 
ing voluiii** nf bo^iiiej-A The asiu- 
r;an()n iioft aru-. as (.oUecting agriit 
rot the BnUali Columbia t-gg Hool. 
handling as mfliy aa three hundred 
ca^es per week. A mechanical de- 
partment will MOD bt OpSMd to Bid 

the fanner by export eara «< fbnn 
macblneiT. punpi. ete. A new 
$10,000 buttcr-maUng plant la al- 



NOKTH COWICHAN 
IS LARlit A«i;,\ 



Uatts N«r«b aad i 



Over 



ThroiiKli lii'' Wlinlr dLMrlCl of 
I Mv 1' han there Ls more movemrnt 
ijj propiTtj than at any time since 
wir- war. Promloant aBOnsst (be 



Thr Cowlchan Agricultural Society was Hrst formed In 1868. f:;!"i^S*i??'S*5^ 



embracing the adjacent Islands, though these latter have since 
dropped out. The aim of the aoclety U to aid agriculture In aU Its 
various branches, and It has dqns a tremendous amount of good. 

An exhlbluon haa been held every 
year nttii the exception of ISlS in 
the building and on the grounds 
o»n^>d by the aocjety The Van- 
couver Ijilaod Flock M«ters, who 
look alter the !-he< p iiuliLstry, also 
exhibit in conjunction with this 
Hhow. 

The Cowlchan Btock Breeders* Aa 
aoeUkUoa is In exlstenoe to keep a 
BBasrsi Biparvlilon orer tbe Uv» 

stock industry of the Cowlchan dl^ 
met. The breed of cattle most com 
monly found here are Holst^lir^ i' 

seyh, Ayr^lilres and Our: ■ 
Shrnpshirr, Oxfard and .sm i ^.k 
shr-t [> art' '.hf ninM popular. York- 
.shlrp and Berkahire swine arc also 
raised. 

Ol the dairy products a large 
percentage of the fresb ndUc and 
cream Is shipped dbreet to Victoria, 
%tm remainder being dcnt to the 
OBwtaban creamery. 

ROAD DEVELOPMENT 

Of recent, years the Provincial 
PubUc Wrvrkji Departmenf haa 
wrought ffreat luiproM'iiunU In 
^oad^ iind brldt?*^ in 'Itf i i-ril rtus- 
tn.^-s nf I iic C'owirli.tii \ .ll'.'- V A 
new road beUi« coii>Iruc!i?d aloiur 
the north shore of Cowlchan lAk> 
opening the Youbou country. Oi< 
the south ihore another road no« 
runs up to ROb«rteon River. A ne«. 
brldxe spans the Cowlchsn River a' 
the lake while that on the Lslan'i 
Highway immediately below Duncan 
wa^ renewed two years ago. The 
majority of the roads are a.'tphalt 
and all are in excellent condition 
Next year the Cowlchan Lake road 
vlU be surfaced witb asphalt also. 
A gasoline sbovel and all up-to^au 
aautpoMiU vmm 
work sconemtert and afftctently 

don*. 

CLIMATIC OONDmONS 
The cUmata varies in different 
parts of the district to some rx-'-u^ 
hut rerUlnly thl* district l.-^ ble.sjted 
■APh nrarly Ideal rondltlun-i Nu 
rerord-s ot the actual hours ot sun- 
."hine an- uviiilable but the beauUIul 
weather can be relied upon from 
March to October, during vbleh 
period scarcely a day passes wltbont 
brIUani sunshine. * The average 
maibaum temperature reoocded at 
Duncan during the past ten years 
Is el^^'Slx degreen while the mini- 
mum average mean teniperature lor 
the same period in nrty-fivr degrees. 

The rainfall is confined to the 
:ti.>nLh.'i between November and Feb- 
ruary and rainy days are always in- 
terspened with glortmu sunshine 
SuttetMs staDw an average of 34 49 
Inches during the latny montbs and 
a total of tUl for the ysu. 



Uig added to Uiose alaady axlstapt 
U tbe resldenoe of Ut. P. Jbgnies. 
now under ooostjuctkn Joit outside 
Duneaa. 



ne BUBleUaUty of North Co*- 
icban has done much to the develc4>- 
ment of roads and the Iroprovemeni 

of exlstine niads In the district nl 
late yeais i ii' Jtmnlclpsl bulMui^-' 
which -ij l l 1 iireaent upon tiiy 
Uiid * .- : lie moved Co an- 
other iiiKi ui • : iiite. The Oplm. 
raised as a war numoitet upon 
Mount Prevost. is .tn tbe munici- 
pality. 

The ProvtncUl PoUce has Juridle- 
Uon through this district and .school 
children are brought in to the Dun- 
can Consolidated School plan. Som- , 

. cnoci, Maple Ba>, We^-tholme and 
Chen>^ij.s are in< haled in the 
municipality AnRliran, Cai.hollc ; 
and Methodijst churchM are to be 

I found. I 
Chrmalnus i.^ pracfiriiUv riuirelv ' 

'supported hy ' .- "■•'"la Lumber \' 

Manulai^ tuririK i mnpAny a mih. one i 
nf the most modem and up-lo-daie 
in the world. The present mill, Ibe 
fourth slnoe tbe commencement of 
(qmatlona. generatee Its own elee- 
trtclty. Over 600 men ire employed I 
here. Chemsinus has a fine sohool, 
churches and many nnc buildlngi. 
(nelodlng a goieral hospital. 



Hatchery, Lakeview Farm, Westholme 




Beautiful Cowichan 

\\c have complete bahags of properliea for »»k »n ihw de»irable 
dittrict We ipeeiaUy recommend the folMngi 

On KoksUah River 

10 Acres with 5 acres ' cleared; all fenced: (ronlfng on Koksilah 
River; excellent water supply, Iruii trees, good vegetable garden, 
y-room modern hou*e. 3 hedroom*. 2 with tint and cold water laid 
on. Bam lor 3 head, dairy, etc I'hce. on term* —tTeo 

Near G>wichan Stati<m 

176 Aerea— 14 acres cleared, contaiaiag lome good bottom Lm l 
Timber worth $1,000. Never faiUng water sHfply. Good i-rooined 
bungalow. 2 hedroomt. hot and cotd water, modem plumbing. 

Barn, chicken ho^J*e^, r.-Inny houses, saraRe. ImprovemenU alone 
coat more than the price f»kcd. On lernis -__^»».*<M> 

A Gentlanaan's Home 

27 Acres— 12 scrw cultivated, excellent toil; good p*»ture. fenced 
and erosi fenced: large and smaU froiu; never failing water supply- 
7-roomed house in eacelleirt cooditteo: eemant basement; hot air 
furnace; modern plumbing; garsge and nsoal outbuilding*. 
Itf ht and phone. Price, on terms ,.M<»0O 



Pemberton & Son 



■rt St. 



SsiibtMMd m 



Phone 38B 



These Buildings Form Part ol the Up-to-Date PouJtry Breeding Plant Owned by Mr. L. F. SoUy. As Higi; 

as 24.000 Bggs May Be Hatched at One Thne. Birdi From Lainrrteir mpptA to AH Parta ol Oiobe 



The BUENA ViSIA UOIE 

Cowichao Bay i» 35 m<Ie-. from Vfctofia, an eav^ i;-"/ • ''n^-;; 
hy motor car over the most speclacntar psri m tl.r ..hole l»l.ind 
Highway (Georgian Circuit) tbe famous "Malahai Dnve 
The Ray is famous lor its unexcelled satrnoo fishing. While there 
.s «purt to be obikined si all times, the big mn Is from July to the 
end of November. 

The Cowichsn and Koksilah River* entering the Bay are both 

'.tmous for Imul fishing. 
t a splendid Summer resort, havuiR e«crllcnl racilifjes for boal- 
and [..nUmn Safe anchorage and good landings lor launches 

..t a\\ linirs <<t the yesr. 

The Buenii \'i»ta i-. a rimrl »C4»ide hotel, nvrr ' ■ V r . -luti'Mtn .-r,! 

panorama nf hav and ni..ut-iains Al! flic ^. - r .. i ur^ .-t th- 

Cowichan Valley are within ra«% fi.h ■■^rr s-u-'i fM., !* 

i» the firM jml last l>Ufe nf acrnmnf 'da tinn iiortli - ! "i-r M-tihal 
,,,vc \ inuiid inp from \'ictana for luncheon m Jmnrt i- r^-ilv 
uiade. Regular hourt are: Luncheon. 12 to 2; Dinner, f> to / .JO 
\ftemoon teas are served- 

Golf Courses. Tennis, Ftc Are Adjacent 

ha VasMwer Iitsnd Coacb Unas Paaa tba Bueaa Vista Pour 
Tbnas Dafly Ftom an4 To VietorU 



LOGGING DISTHICT 
HAS T WO RA iLWAYS 

Cowlchan Lake, twenty miles wpsi 
.t Duncan. U the only settlement 
on tbe I.-^land reached by bolh tbe 
CP and C N Railways. 

A fine nu'tor n»ad leads direct 
from Duncan Known far and 
Wide as a .vporllnd paradise, Cowl- 
chan Lake !^ the 'He ol a Oovem- 
ment Game Itp.sprve. The Fish 
Hatchery us here also. There are 
two hotels, tbe Rlvexslde and tbe 
Lakeside. Logging la* tbe main 
source of revenue. 

The PubUc Works Department 
haa reoantly buUt a new fevldge over 
the Cowlchan Hlver, tdoae to tba 
lake. 



Vancouver Island Coach Lines, Ud. 



MAPLE BAY IS 
CUARMlNb m\ 



man TnaAcn ovsbu>ok 

GITLF IdLANDSi WITH AM- 

nmorR fobeoround 

Oldest In Dtairicla Settled. Is Now 
for 8 
Cottages 



Maple Bay, eight miles from Dtm- 
on. la a beautiful plea^re resort 
The trunk road, passing through 
the realdentlsl district Quaml- 
Chan, haa an asphsl*. surla/r all tbS 
way. The Msple tnn overlnokii^ 
the bay offers splendid ar-ommo- 
dsMon. launch tripe, open-air danc- 
ing and unsurpassed balbtng, Rld- 
init ponies are to be had and the 
mnny bridle paths In the vtclnlty 
offer a wide vartety of aeenery. 
pretty Sumiaer eottagea am scat- 
tered about Uw bUMde above the 
water among tbe spreading trees 
that give the bay Its name "^tm- 
Ttteims are situated close to the 
■ harf- 

The Qoveriunent wharf and float 
allow the landing of craft of un- 
linuied »Ue. and the bsy forma 
MicKered anchorage. TTi* Maple 
nay Yacht Club also has a private 

float 

Here the first atm bi tbe dMrld 
was bnitt and ran by Mr. Thomas 
Wtaidaar lo the very eaity days or 



Somenos. w»%i'^me and Tree 
are mainly fajmin^ dwtrlctA Seed 
growing Is carrlad on vxtenstvelr 
roa farsalat to i 
bare. 



COWICHAN 
CREAMERY 
ASSOCIATION 

Organized 1896 

Makers of the 
Famous 

Cowichaoi 
Creamery 
Butter 

A FAnnm* OrKanisation 
Serving the FantMr 

DUNCAN, V. L 



Vaacouver island Rapid Transit 

Co., Ltd. 

SM Yates Street. Vktavia. B. C 

TO THE FARMERS OF DUNCAN AND DISTRICT 

^ ^^^^ S^T^lJ' **** Q"*cl«y« Cl^espes t Uetbod ol 
SMppiag Yov ProAKe aad Livestock 



Dunf#n 102 



BandDng— No Tranarfl^maae 

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Duncan"^ 

The half-wav house hcl^rcn Victoria and Nanaimo Cn:^chr% leave thr Rronchton Strret Hepnt thrw time* dmly. 
coins North over the famous Malahat Mountain, along the shore at Mill Hay. pass the Solarium. Cobble Hill. 
Cowichan Bay and into Duncan. It U the "hub" of the Cowichan Valley. North. South. F«t or WeU. there 
are roads running through the mo5t beautiful country oCie CMtlld wi«H f^r South, yr-u have Cnwirhan Ray: 
Maple Bay and Cenoa May tn the East; Cmvichan Lake. 20- 0^68 Northwest; and Somenos with its chicken 
farms, Westholme and its gardens, to the North. 

Make your headquarters at the Tzouhalem or the Corametvial. Swim in the "Old Swimmingr PooP under the 

bridge in the beautiful Cowichan River. Take your polf chib^ an-l amunH the f^y^rty little ^|f course. 
Health and happines!* arc natural conscquenre* of a holiday spent in thi^ hevitifiil ^rciion of the Mand. 
Three times daily each way. North and South, the "dc luxe" coaches of this fast-grrowing transponaiion company 
stop at Duncan. Our ayent at Duncan will sive you every •ssistance, and our drtvcn are noted for their ef- 
ficiency and coiirteousneis. 

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fCoonects from Fo« ef Lake only with 3:00 P M. Natiaimo stage 

to Victoria and wMl Si30 P.M* Victoria stage to Nansimo 
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OfRce. Cnnarin and Station. Pbooa 57 
HLAD UhtiCE, VICTORU 



Broughton at Broa 

9280 Phone* 928 1 




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THE UAXL^ 



FIRST WHITE 
MAN BRAVED 



CEDAR CREEK IS 

VUHM OF KAUTY 

r«lebn(rd Swrrl Fwm of 




Mr John Hiiniptireys -Srt 
lied Near Quaiiuthiin Lakr 
in 1856 and Buflt Home 
of Stone and Logs 

LAHLY SETl LtHS 

CAME BY WATER 



The nriii white naw to Ura 
Cowtchan was John Homphreys 
who. at the o( nlnatacn. left his 
nitMw K«Bi and arrived In Vlet«ria 
In tha MTrlca of tha Badaonl Bay 
Company In 1858. at the age ot 
iJiiny-«vcn, he moved to Cowlchan 
iind built lUfi flr?it hoijjw on the old 
Quamlfhan Churi-h Hood It *i>. 
bulU of iijr* '-UjI!" With .1 I !a> 

Chlm"''> '.'■ii''^ la'' I whi'ii 

BUrvpyjt til iiiAt!-' dlwo^rfod 
'h.iT hi:< tioifJin;-i did not extend to 
(jimniiihan Lake. So he exchanged 
lha property for Bcetion IS, Baoi* 1, 
Oowichaa dlstrlfit. wtdeh ha bald 
untU hla death, October 8. 1MB. 

mi aen Jobn waa ttw .Ont white 
■pan's child to be born In tba dis- 
trict, AprU ao, itU. He mt over- 
seas wnh th- 74th Bfin«Iton nnd 
was Iin«aflr Annoror Sfrgesnl 
Twrntv-thr-rr* ni'jnths in France be 
(lietl AvigiL-^t 20 H'JO Iri.rn rllsablUty 
received »• '.Iv f; iv' ind is burled 
at St. Pelpr'.s w . in 

Thr ftr.'.t ltl.: '-i ll'-uir nilU wa* 
hKil' i>\ i'".i'li'T lifnidf-aiiJt a year 
j.Slfr hi'' Arrival, nriu ihc bridge 
crowilnK the (T<-''k <">n 'he private 
road behind ih^- prf.sriit Caf holte 

The nr5t wtiarf waa buUt bjr 
Mrnry Beaumoni at Maple Baf. Mr. 
ftMUuTMnt chaifiad toll OB all poodi, 
shipped or received. Subaequeotly 
the setUera unttad to build their 
mm wliarf vlMve tha presint one 
neir alatidt. 

The nrat wharf was touUt at Cowl- 
chan Bay at a point beteen Oreen 
Potat and the Genoa Bay mlU. 
Latfr ii landing was mode at the 
John nui] Uin. on the sft« of the 
preacnt wharf. 

The Arit atore was buUt and run 
by TbOBM WIndiar at Maple Bay. 



APPETITE 

IMPROVED 
... QUICKLY 

I ' > .'■] U" (l''HlrB 

for food, and jou irel 
o ir ol aorta, and de- 
preaaed, lU mutate yoor dl|c*Uv* 
orvaaa. -Try Or. Carler'a own form- 
via. Ttaeae pttis takan after meala 
wm aid dlcesUoo, ralleva the gas. 
regnlatf> the bowala, expel constip*- 
i'...ri [M.unnB and arouse app^tito 

UFILLS 



ABilMpr pppnief Duaewi la ttoa 
Cedar orcek RaiKh. owned and op- 

pratfd hv Mf^srs rroaiaod- Here 

wpd Krfjwliit? is ( Arrird'an OKtenslVC- 
Iv ami in thr lalift p.trr. of Jtdy aOd 
■ I'lT int: AiiRUst ihc .tre a blaie 

. f ".ari' -1 ! oior .■-.**•(■! peas and 
l^ltsl;d^ til*- .■■pc'Kii] I'd ui loKPthei 
With gardrii i>t'»u; and tH:iui6. 

The Oroeland BnOHra wo the 
^knaan of the dlatrlel witb ncard 
W aoid snwlsv- Btprtlnc some 
yantv «•«. tbey have now boOt tip 
extensive oonnectiofiR wrh \ninr of 
the leading British ho<. ' ! re- 
tail and m;tll order ti.wl.- /ro^s 
every yf^t HiJfriAl lancii*--. are 
Rfnwn solely t(n ihi- cut flnwn rii.if- 
k''i Originally Irun: ^■.l^k^^.^^' 
l^iifiiuid. these enlerpiuiutg IdiiiuTB 
have choeen this vicinity aa IdMl to 
thetr form of hortlcultar*. 



COWICHAN BAY 
AnRAITIVE AS 
BEACH RESORT 

Busiiit bs Has Now Iiilrucietl 
on Beautiful Bay South- 
east of Duncan With Ad 
.vent of Booming Bwe 

BAY ELL KNOWN 
AS FiSHING AREA 




Grammar School 

Ua$ QmUMy Grown 

The Duncan Orftinr;i..r ii ">j. 

i-rected In 1W8, Is .i llvjr.iii«iii;. 
modem preparat*jry w:!.i"'i r.i, 
btanding m iia own yruund.-. i)i 
eighteen arren. at :\ considerable 
elevation abovi_> the ctiy. here there 
la room for unlimited development. 
Vonned by B^- R. Honour, late 
of the University School of Victoria, 
only four jreasa ago hut one school 
bulldlnp was In xiar. Now tliere la 
amfflf <n"(-i)nimrxlation lor i hi- I'.rU 
pupils, iwi.irdcr.i and <!ay hi'vs rii,.i 
Ih*- M.)VM)1 Is pxpaiKlUijj rapidlv ^t■ 
asiu;iisnl master and a maui>i> 
oompnee the staff. Rugby and 
crlckel la taught, and a properly 
equipped gymaulaB kaepe tbe 
boye fit. 

LAKEVKW FARM 



Mr. BaOy^a WeB- 
to 



Cumtbowkmd BasebaU 

Ornlm to prcenire of bustnass. Mr. 
WaHer Mndaon has found M veoea- 
urv to reltneulsh hU dutlai as see- 

rt- arv-ireasurrr of the Cumberland 
Ba»cb«a Club. Codsequeniiy a gen- 
eral DMBttiic Ol aUimetesMd to lha 
club waa eallad for Wodneaday 
night, whan It was deemed ad\isablr 
to elect new oCflrerj, u> guide ilie 
defttliiies of the club l-u ' lif lj,iirtnr<- 
rif the season Mr T P Hutw-rL^nn 
iKr.'^lilflit A SoiJUli'TwIl'- virf- 
pn-Md^n! MaU HU'wari seiT'^tary 
!r('a.-iurtT, rxmitive fonmiittfe will 
,,,iL-l-.t .1 Mr.-^'^j.s J Moyer. Robert 
Beiirue C I'oikuihome. J- Mc Far- 
luie and UaBry WMaoo. Oaorge 
Rlohardaon waa 



OOidal aoorofa wtn tat Mk J.U«r« 
ai^ J. H. Betaeitntt. 

Tbe roeettog IpPa—d Hilllgile Hty 
after Uie gaaoe with OBtotf Bv. Md 
wu vary well alMiidMI 

The game with Ontea Bay. which 
took plPAi- en tlH nacTBatlen 
OrooBd. waa fafl oC thrlUs. ending 
tn a draw of six nir« eafh Chirk ■ 
(traham pitrhrd Shroughnui tor l nt- 
Hiv and J Movt-r the firM thrrf 
miiinK^ (iw Ciiniberliinri "1 hi- 
i*T relieved in the Imirth frame. 
Hoti K» tuiie being on the nuBind 
for Uie rest of the game. There was 
a geod tr wafter U m e eUi e w . 

Under the Rev. Mr. Blaohkagcr, 
a qoeltfled eeoutmaHer, the Boy 
Soout troop In Duncan Is rapld'v 
earning to the fore, a reprrsenfauv 

Utam een^ to Cm On*^ aoout Rally- 




Q E ) WORK 



At Westholme, a few miles out of 
Duncan. Uee the Lakeview Farm^, 
owned and operated by Mr. I*. P. 
Sony. ConunokelDg In a small way 
in 1N7. Mr. BoOy has now bunt up 
one <tf the lergaet and moat up-to- 
date poultry breeding plants In Can 
ada. Now under construction, !he 
seventieth builrtlns Ls nearly cono- 
pleted T\u' tariii camprlsed of 
150 arrrs and plcnt y of range Is 
available for the bird.*! .stiipnients 
of baby rhlcks and breeding stock 
are sent from here all over Canada. 
England, the United States, and as 
far as the Orient White Legbomi 
and White Wyandottas are spedal- 
Ised In. The Lakevlew Farm 
Hatchery has a total capacity of 
24.000 eggK. under separate reglsten. 
eniibUng 1.000 eggs per day to be 
hatched. In addition to the poul- 
Lrv, Mr. Solly owns a pedigreed herd 
of Jerwy and Holstetn cow-v The 
whole farm has been built up from 
an insignificant start and Is typical 
of what ean be dene ttarcnigli eataa- 
tlAo methods. 



CARIUrS 



With the tmprovenwnt of the 
■ i'!'^t a great number of both 
and plies are heini; .--hipped 
irnin the district. The Baxter Co. 
takes the majority of the output. 



Oowichan Bay te eoa oriheflBeet 
f^lgMiq nAtoty grounda on the Pa- 
clllc Coast Boete are for hire both 

from the Buena V)sla Hotel and the 
Cowu hiin Bay Inn. The bay if> ideal 
for s inhtinji. and annual reBstta.t 
ur*- htl-i uririiT thf .iii.-ptLeii ol the 

l'u*i'haij H.^^ drh! i iig Chib 

<-M...r !n !f,r ri..i'j',! <>'. ■^■■e Cow- 
ii har-' Iti'.'T lliC tcrminuil of the 
t-r.iii' !i of !>tf ■ ' N R. fron COW» 
Khan l.Jke Htie Hie Oowlebail 

Bay Boooilng Aaaodatlon has Ito 
booming grounds, handling logs 
from many of the oempe up Use lake. 
Hie raUway J«t^ nwe tvt ottt over 

the mud flats. 

BesldM the OoveiTmient wharf, 
from whlrh much pulp wood has 
l,rra shipped, the Iinperial Oil Com- 
ha. L» Aharf to which the oil 
!,o;ir - l an d!srh:irge their iowis. Th* 
cowu-hsn Bay Store supplies tbe 
vtctol^. 

Wltbla the last few wewks the new 
ofDces of The Cowiehan Leader wer.- 
opened on Craig SUeet. adding much 
tn ihe prosperou.s air of the city 
Thi-s biiildinrt, I U) feet in depth. Is 
ocrupifd tjv (he priii'iriR room at the 
back, while the ironLage is divided 
between the oOeee of the paper and 
a atore. Ftee prateetlon waa a major 
fantwe to tbe eeoetnirtlaa Hie 
OMhfcea Laeder miti hltfi ■woni 
OnMtfgn weektv papers. *«i*f*rg tne 
fffltlftfl**" we«>kh ii<-wspaper W. 
llUson trophy for 1928 

CItmatir rondition-. are cxcepUon- 
;illv favorable \o th*- poultry in- 
dustry Ihroughoiji the whole of the 
district Droufthi \s seldom ex- 
perlraoed. and the Fall, which la 
the nOny eeeaoo. la Interapersed 
with t>rlght sunny days. The 
Cowlohan Valley la wdl watered by 
lakee and streams and farmers 
Bcrer esyeglenoe dUBeultsr tn find* 
Ing *D edeq urt e wattUr « e wflent 
pure water. 

Two years ago the Vancouver 

MlUinK A: Oram Co moved to Iheir 
new quarters dase lo Duncan St.i- 
Uon. A big volume of busmeisx l\ 
done by this concern; last year 
alone thlrty-eefea ceflnedg ol 
were shipped. 

Oowichan Statlo# is tbe centre 

both of a beautiful realdentlst com- 
munity and a thriving farming d;. 
trlct Near by are the courts of the 
South Cowlchan Lawn TennL- Club 
The settlement holds a Government 
school, besldae two pUMic taaUe. 



BURTON 





Old 
Country 
Ale 

Speciat 

you will like 
^ the tang and 
flavor of these 
sp<*cially brewed 
ALh.S. 1 hey arp 
of the hitjhest 

quality and com- 
pare most favorably 
with the firMgt imported 
English alet. Ordar a 

case today. The best is 

nonp too ijoof^ fnr you. 
Sold at all Government 
vendors. Free deKvery. 

BURTON TYPE ALE 

AND 

OLD COUNl RV ALL 

Ihis iidvertisement is not published or displayed by ths Liquor 
^ Omtfol Boag4 or by the Govcwunent of Bri tiih Odhin^ 




''and 1 Insist zd 'on ^ 
good Lumber" 



Boat bttUdine la tbe tttpreme test of good lum- 
ber. Perfect grading ii vital Planks must 
be absolutely free of knots, shakes and blem- 
ishes. They must bend evenly without weak- 
ening, keelson, frameg and deck, well g gaec n ed 
and staunch. 

In few byjlding jobs ia poor material so tp- 
p»«nt Youll work much iaster and produce 

wMi good Ittmber. 

tigmoD, Oonnason know whet boat builders 
WgRt ... the finest stock in our yards ia 
■elocted boat lumber. WhaOier you are 
building a big express cruiser, a work boat 
or a speedy outboard motor bydropUne, 
yeum be glad yon a«id: *1 toi^atad on good 
lomber . . . tamon. QoMMwm tamber.** 



Lomon , Gommson fflss: 

«f Woodworkr- 

£32dfi0Vttrninant St 
. VICTOfllA«»sC. 



P.O. BOX. 



76-77 




Vancouver Islaa4 Coach . Lines, Ltd. 

MAPLE BAY 

Grand Naval and Military 

Manoeuvres 

> 

H. rVf. S. Colombo, H. M, C. S. Vancouver, Thiepval and Armentieres Will Be In the Bay 

Overhead the drone of powerful planes will uke the veterans back to the days of "Wipers," HiU 60, Tbe Somme and Passcbendaelc and initiating tbe 

"rookies" into the ^sme <tf war. 



SUNDAY, JUNE 30 A MONDAY, JULY 1 

Chuich paiadc of 2,200 men to the cenotaph in Duncan- * Manoeuvres will be the order ol the day. 

I>uring tbe suy ot troops, Specul Coaches will operate between Duncan and Maple Bay at a very reasonable rate. 



▼ICTOKXA . DUNCAN - LADYSmTH - NANAOIO 



ONDAY NIGHT 

Regubr Coaches will leave Duncan at 9:30 Monday for Victoria^ and 8:15 P^. for Kuiatmo. 

Additional Coaches will be added to tbe service if wananted. 



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VICTORIA-^Brougliton at Broad 



Phone 57 
Plionoa 9280-e28i 



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THE DAILY COX-ONIST, VICTORIA, RC SliMMV^UNE iO, 1939 



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IMa.N..O'lleilCo.^«M«i»Ltd. 

HlCiH GRADE BUILDING MAtERIALS 



TUe Work of Every 
Deicription 



BATHROOMB, Fikki i.acks. SUNROOMS, SINKS 
STO&JS FRONTS 

Also 

PI-ATE GLASS. SFIEET GLASS. MIRRORS 
LEADED GUiSS BEVSLING 

551 Yates Street 



REFRIGERATION f 
BY ELECTRICITY, 



— ><«iii Coolinc PUnU Orer 
OM-FMhiened MelMi 



A Design With That "Homey" Feeling 




Brackets and 

Fixtures 

UtUity and Beauty 

To Suit Every Requirement 
Call ind See Our DispUy 

HawkiBS&Hayward 

Elwtrtol Qsallty voA Serrlo* Store 
1121 DougUs St.. Comer Visw 
Phone 643 



THACKER & HOLT 

Plumbing and Heating Contractors 
Agents for the Baker Automatic OU Bnracr aa4 the 
Simplex Crude OU Burner 

tm «• * MM 
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Uant* n*«l an U« ImlUal 

• nrt pnj.lhlT mnrf "111 k* 

■ MU M WKll M la MIMI 

Col 




Sash, Doors, l^ranes,6lass 
Cabinet Work, Lumber 



Drysdale Sash & Door Co., Ltd. 

North Paik Sueet ' Phone 642 

"QoaUty and Senrlee** 



IwnlMr Mwnfactttfed 'liy 

Cameron Lumber Co^ Ltd. 

Is \\>!1 Knnwi 1 

High-Class Quality and MilBng 

Prices Are Right Delivery Prompt 

Place Yonr Orders Witii Us and Get SattsCaction 

Phone 864 or 2375 

Fnr Construction Timbers. Inside Finifth. Flooring. 
V-Joint. Lath, Shingles. Millwork. Boxes and Crates 
- of Every Description 



III 



Sunshine Camp Has 

More CofUributioru 

On the day of tlw official open- 
Ing of the Social Bervicfl Camp at 
SookP. many contrlbutlonjs wrrc 
- broiutht. bor h in monf y »nd UmU 
ThtTf wrre contributjon* to the 
amount of $77. ThoM in charfc of 
the tea hSiMM over to tt» UWUfSi 
IUL66. 

The !e«irur vratefnIV AOfeMMrl- 

Mge« the followtnv AetitrlbutlMw: 
w B. PeaM. $5; "Diana." $3; 8. S 
p«at. 110: *MlM R H. D«r«r. SS: 
vr Barrowclonah. SA: mend. S39; 
Frieod. >&; Ptlendf from ClilBa. 
tit; Mrs. naborn. Hi J. 10; 



Mr, N D Shew. IS; FTiend. M; 

rrJ*"nii. »5. Donor, tS; Mr Dllworth. 
I'lft. Jnmri Hiintpr. tlO; MUb T- 
Tmylor. »3: Ftlcnd, »5; A. C. 
riiimrrfrWt. »10, Jo(»rph Hunter. 
V3t. Ofo MfOrrtnr. »60; fl. 
J Plti.s. $25, Herbert Prnrlnv, 

1100, iULhf>t cowolidated. S3a; e. 
8. Bsrard. tae: itsd it icootusr, 

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''Ob* mrl" BmrmuiM mim is30 
(Rtrv^rtm sraBdmamnia'a weddlne 
rtn(), ''what twsvy, nneJekly Udan 
thqr ««n ui roar uow." 

nr itaar." replied OrsAv. 

"but yrni muA ttnderetand that In 
my riny ihef vere mads 10 lai4 a 

UfeCimc.' 



The Importaaet ot refrtgaratlot: 
by electricity In the bonie hae been 
dnnonstrated to tbe nUifactloo ot 

btil1d«ni. ftjs veil as In fXperU In 
tills aclenc*?— a sfiriic*' which haa 
(lonr much for '. In- prcvepl Inn of 
fliAeftsr hiul ihr promiitloii of 
health. Electric lefngerallon ha-x 
a distlnefc sdvaotafe orar that ot 
loB Inewnueh as In the latter ays- 
teen. Uie tee has to melt before It 
dram away the heat from the food. 

In rerrl(fnitlon by plfi-irlcl'y the 
heat U wi' tulrawii liy fore*', thus 
making it [xwaiblL- to maintain con- 
stant fmpcriiitiirpa that are low 
enough to prevent the development 
or harmful baciena ilfe, MoMtire 
condenaea on tha refrisersUni eoU. 
and ttis teiaparataie la Kept even 
and oooitant bf theraiestet eon- 
troL 

Prom the very early ages *e have 
known that heat is harmful to 
human food and we all know the 
Imperative neoeaally of keeplnc it 
cool and dry ao tbat It will remain 
wholeaome. 

n la pmbatale tbat tboae who 
Uwd In the stone ace reaUwd ihm 
neceaslty and the fact that beat 
waa detrimental to their food and 
they probably placed , It il^ eo6l 
.■«vci\ nr ti. later days their auccea- 
r, .-ir.'. li.sf <i ^'rflsets submerged In 
wAtf-r Th''v fliBcovered that vege- 
ubie» and Irult rapidly decayed ini> 
tesa they were treated In some such 
manner. 

It la frocn theaa remote d»ys and 
with experience down the oenturlefl 
that electrical refrteeration has 
spruim and today it is probably 
the most important factor In the 
home. 

Food has been preserved by other 
methods, such aa drytnc It. Thla 
la aeen In the deaert oountrlea all 
over the world. The meaU are 
"cured" by esposUic them to the 
wind and sun and the rxtrrutton of 
thla flmpif proceas rtcw into what 
we now know as "dehydraiinii 

Humidity ia alao a great fartor 
III thr spolllnff of food, as well as 
heal and It 1* here where the elec- 
tric relngerntor ao«ea such a not- 
able vlctery over otber melhoda. it 
1^ sunrully devlasd to maintain low 
lemperaturea and to chill fooda 
stored within It. 

The electric refrigerator ha« irr-nr 
through many procewes nt ii;: 
I provement until it s;anda today a^ 
the moat cfnciTii system of pee- 
aervlng our daily food. 

U haa been proven beyond a 
Mht that taUns a year's estimate, 
tbe cost of electrical refrteeratlon 
Dompsiee tevorably with the cost 
of the loe system. Of course the 
cost of operation depends on the 
cubic contentji of the refrigerator 
the length of Iitiir i' \^ uned, and 
Ita ooodlUon. Where they are run 
tha year round, under similar dr- 
mn i wl t nr - ii the oast of eleotrleal 
reCrtgeratloo la probably laas than 
that of loe— la much more efflotent 
and far handler and cleaner to 
handle. 

The domestic electrical refrtgem- 
tor stands as one of the most im* 
portant discoveries in the field of 
1 ;oDce dunoR the past ten years 
and baa made itaeif an outatand- 
inf feature in the art of home- 
building. 

UIAN tOMPANItii' 
MERflERPLANin 

Baron a F.H'- nmi i nnHon Lean 

W egOtlaU^< nn^tuft'-.i ' ipltal. 
liaUon ST. 000,000 

LONDON. OnL, June 39 -Negotia- 
tions are now taking place here 
whereby the Huron & Brie Mortgage 
cqrporwtloa wlU probably absofta 
the London Lean Company, also of 
this city. At the present time, al- 
though no agreement has been 
signed. It la generally understood 
unong directors of both concerns 
that an agreement will shortly be 
«tgned. oonaumaUng a merger of 
ihese two loan compftnlejs 

The iransacUon «ill brtrv: H:*^' 
being in London. Ontario, a financial 
house with a combined eapitallaa- 
tlon of $7MOj0O0, and forms tms of 
the moat important as well as one 
of the largest deals of Hs kind m 
the province. 

By the terms of the agreement 
the Huron A Krle ajid Canada Tni .t 
a-ould rank among the largest cor. 
crms of the kind in the Dominion 
of Canada Their steady growth 
has been marked at previous tynes 
by the sbMtrpUon Of anaUer loan 
and trust companies, the Hamilton 
Provident and Southem Loan hav- 
tng been among ihaae. Hunm At 
Brie paid-up capital, aeoordtng to 
a reoent statement was ss.ooo.ooo. 
and Canada Trust Company haa 
paid-up capital of ti.oooooo 

Paid-up capital of the tjondon 




UBL economy, 
ease of operation, even 

haaMifiil taiapsratum in 
evtry rooiii, comM&* to 
make the sciawttftonr-built 

Albion the ideal furtuce. 

Conault our factory experts 
for the right sue and type ^ 
£or your new home Pipe or 
pipelesa sty'' ' ' ><11ed from 




A $100 <Jf^ 
LBION 

8TOVB WORU LmiTBD-aiU OOVBSNMBNT gTSBBT 




Tbm mmvmm liaaa far UOa 1mm, ledattae eartlee ^wteea apa j jw lfN aijW iy i 




{CXOUD fiOOC 



br Um arebltaets* aaall HeuM 



DIFFERENT from the 
average, this plan in- 
cludes all the etaentiala oj a 
moat livable home witUn S 
very attncttve exterior. 

Each room is so arranged 

that all the space can be eco- 
nomically used, and step-sav. 

ing has been thorouRhly 
w 1^ I k f d out : everywhere 
^rnpif provision has been 
•.u»<U for natural H|^tinc. 

ThiB daelfn c o o le mp latie 
the u»e of inde eedsr fer dw 
exterior. 



Modern Homes Are Built 
With 



LUMBER AND BUILT-IN 
PXATUUa OV ALL KlHQt 



GTFXOO— Fireproof. Dampproof Wsllboard 

I^MINBX— The UoshrlnlcBblc Door 

NBVBXOT— The Perfect Shingle 

Moore-WhityqJStojn tuml|^9r Co., Ltd. 

3»i4 Bridge aiBBtt *^',^-r^ — — ^ 



Shows Unique Arrangement of Garage 




GOOD BUn,0IN08 DB8BRVB 

8ood Hardware, Paint, Plumbing 
tid Heatiis Suppliai, Eta. 

Aleaek, WrUht, Linited 

«a Ui«kan Tye Har^mre Co., Ut 



M'- Vstes 



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The Greatest Home Comfort 

WILLIAMS 




_JEATIK<_ _ 
Tbe ioefl the world aHorda, i-'nUy aatovatic Eadoraod eeperts 
eveirwhere. UtU to awfe li OB im thaa.aay olfase eO harnsr. 

W. R. MENZIES & CO. 

Esiriwy, Heedas end Ott Baraet B K lu ii A 
ttS Osnnarant Street Phn i Ittt 




A-i A'l.uh.f-^l (j.c.iRf With in Mjiu^n.p Through fhr Kil- hrn li a Well- 
Handled Feature. Further Details Regarding This Plan Can Be Obtained 
to *9eamilttl Hoomi^ st tpunei^ 



4LI'I\L tiyfi 10 
lifl Tn SFI KIRKS 



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The Canadian Puget Solid 
Lunber& Timber Co., Ltd. 

Uanufacturen 
OoaCte nr LMsher and Ed g w eu J Cete SUnctes' 
CMsMlp OreM Qas i siil se d 

l^ostlBS Mr LaB*er fsa Big Factor in The BiriMiM 
m tbe Modern Uoom 

11 Has Beantr and Strength Combtoed 

We Are Dooglas Mr Sprrulnu 
It Pay* to Specify CP.S. Lomber Producu 



Pbeiwo r060.7«tt 

"The H< 



m OtoooNcy St, Vtuasli 
el QmUty and Serefae* 



Loan and Bavings Company was 
listed at the beginning ot the yenr 
at wsi nu. and that ot the Con- 
aolidaied Trusts at SasSjOOO. Par 
value of the London Loan Company 
stock la $90. and It Is not announced 
what cotisldaratlon under the ab- 
sorption agreement la being suggest- 
f4 for these sharw Huron dc Brie 
stock, with a par vahie of StOO. Is 
quoted In the market at $100. 

On the capital) zaUon before the 
stock bonus some years ago. thla 
would r epr es ent t730 a share 

Officers of the Huron A Erie 
Mortgage Corporation are f>refil- 
rtrnt Hum^ Cri-*nyn rhairman of 
th'" N>ard T r, Meredith KC . 
general msnHcrr M Aylsworth. 
They are ifhcers S* thS 

Canada Tr<'-' ( ooipany 

Bi K rrsrrft; srx mrm 



Main Camp I'- ririd in 
ttfal Banc- ror rtn* 

Hlnrr 1»0S 



Deatt- 



T OUmiWOWW. Ohio. Jene 3B - 
8ta persons were sen<Ti'lv tnjured 
and twenty-two ou-t^ ri»r*>iv^fi 
severe cats snd bruiv^ m the r.-it-vh 
of a Nevln Une bus iMmnd tron 
Pltt/iburgh to Detroit near here early 
tr^hT The bta struck a eulvert at 
•I.'- root of a afeep hill, tamed 
around and ffi p p lai om litfo a 



.arouna ana topi 

| B>y tm J(toh> 



The annual camp of tbe Alpine 
Club of Canada wOI open on July 
IS at Rogers Paaa. 

A circular Just Issued by the 
honorary president. Mr A O. 
Wheelrr who Is now at BaxilT, in 
roniir'-n.ni with rhr organizing o( 
the rlrtnt:-. annoimcps that about 
iM) or ?00 m'liin'alneera from Can- 
ada, the United Statea. and Other 
porta of the world win fflber at 
the camp this yosr. 

To be in the famous Selkirk 
mnge for the first time since 1808. 
the camp la creating more than 
the unial Interest. parti< <:lMrlv 
amons the members or thr riub 
«hr< attended the 1803 rallv The 
nearest station on the CanatliBn 
Paelflc flailway U Glacier, at the 
Wactem opening of the Con naught 
TnaasL A good motor road leads 
dtrat IM A to the eamp, the dla- 
unee being appnndtmately three 
and a half nileaL It f oQows tha 
abauodoned railway rrade through 
primeval fi^Triti und along the 
slopes of th'' Mount Sir Dooalil 
rang", passine by the old mmrin 
House, and commanding roagnifl 
oent elewe of the mmmiwonr oia- 
der like Mate eamp wID be 
pMtfMd at the aBe of Uie eld Rngen 
Pea foinpay village, wtileh. stncf 
the oppnlns r,f 'hf r'nrnstij;'!' T-:r 
■lel ha^ f"* " i'"'' ■I'.'iii.''" l"';r'~ 

SM^ jSSSi'l£iM^'%MiMHA?^tf| 



Ii pr^; rsi the north, the Swls.'. 
peaks, the Sir Donald ran^e the 
valley of the nieclllewari River 
the monolith of Mount cheopa. the 
maasU of Mount Avalaoebe and 
Ragle peak, end oUi» brterestbic 
ff-atiires 

TliTe ix an inethaiistlble supply 
of < imrhs ran^lne from Mount 
Tupr- r 2?!) f»'ei> lo several 
r" ■ ' ' 'inures— Hermit ICfmnt 

•■.'.-^ l>fmfc iWAW, 
pt^K ;(< ;^6 feeti and otlisra. 



Install 
a 

Shower 



C'lut'inier? of ours who have 
had shower fixtures installed 
in their bathrooms tell us they 
wouM not he without one for 
snythme. They're so invip-or 
ating. so quick, efficient an l 
clean. 



These fl h u wa i s Can Be Obtained From Any of the 
Vi. Sanitary and Hesting Engineers 




In tbm Ooogse Creek valley, 
readkSd by a beautiful pony traU. 
are the agr-old Caves of Cheops. 
OlBdaUy called Naklmu Caves 
I Caves of RoarlnK Noises ■ . which 
are flllefl wKli p'jbterranean won- 
ders Ajnilkan Valley la another 
entrancing alpine valley, ftve miles 
long, surrounded by mountain 
grandeiv. Olaeter OMe enc l oe e e 
an algine parkland Sfhers a hot 
haa been buOt for vlattors* use. and 
this win be available for tbe dub 



"Now who remembers the name of 
the animal we were talking about 

resterdoy"'" a.iked the tearher, 
■■Plea-'.'V the warmer ' 
"Th** wariTiT ' Whsl nonsensp- - 

therr fi -iji-h aninia] ' 
"Please, sir, he means the otter." 



Hubby— Don't bring me 
bills; I cant face Lbem. 

Wtfo— Tou nssdnH, 
oaly want yon to foot (bam. 



Pat took hli wlfs to the thaaSra 
for the nni4 ttne. Tbey antrsd 
rather early and was eery In- 
terested in everything almtt thenf. 

Nudglne Pat. she whispered : 
"What does that word 'a&beeioa' 
mean arroas the curtain?" 

"Be quiet, " said Pat« "and don't 
show your ignnrsw ni^ 
for 'welcome' 1" 



SEE THE NEW 

Pemberton Subdivision 

WITH ITS GLORIOUS 
VIEWS 

Build There With the Aid o£ Oar ExceptioiiBl Khtandag: VUm 

% a 

Pemberton & Son 



625 Port^Sunsel 



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Our July Clearance Sales, Commencin g Tuesday, ^ 



Purity Groceries at July 
Special Prices 

a lor 

^I«ci*«l ( rcaiiifrv butter, per lb **r 

n IbB. f.>r — ." ••'L*** 

I'urc Lird, per lb. 

a ih*. (or - 5;;* 

Shamrock Hams. h»lf or whole, per lii . *ot 

Swift's Prennuiii Hjni>. 1' ilf ■■' wlu.lr, pfr 

n. ^ , 

swift s J'rrn.niiM M"iirlr»* Hiui*. licc-l, per 
Ih 

Shjnu 'vk -I'lr Haton. pet lb 

Smoked Pimi. (Uni«. per jb. - SI^ 

Snn.ked OnUKc P**" 22* 

M.Ul Chee»c. p«r lb.-- 

Lhate^u Br.nd Checa*. per lb. »3j 

Canadian Slillon Chmr. per _ 
Gorfoniola Cheese, per lb, •*•*' 



30* 



Shred Corned Hrel, l>er Ih 
Sliced Ham Rol<.|fn*, [.er th 

Slire.l Cooked Main, prj l)> 

<;ii,efl Ltineh Tiini(ii'-, per l>> - — - 
»iliced Chicken ami Hani Lo*U per lb.. 
sl.red Stmittcr StOMSC. P« "fgl 
Hemi* Swftt PIcklea. per pwt— — 

Flour Sp«clik 
Five RcMei. ROT"! Howdiokl. Puritjr and 

M.40 

„ ^ . 91.30 



Rolxn Hood— 

08 -li.. »ack 

•lO Ih McW 

24-Ib. aack 

[ me-^l Quality B. C. 
lao Ih ««rk 
aO-lh pfiper 
lerU-, I'r tirtlrr jamt 
I., .tilt 



and 



Tea and Coffee SpeciaU 

Our Specul Rreakfaii Tea Regular 55^ 
One da> sellinB. per lb, "J 
Otir Ceylon Brolen Orance Pekoe Tea 
KeRUlar ftfc Jb. 'i'> 
Irirrrial Blenl' Krcihly Roaaled l^ur^ 

( r,fTee, p*r lb. — — • — 



nrti.nnds Cream Crackers, per pkK -"^ 
r>u.fh Maid Sated til 
[Hue Mounuin Pineapple, per tfB— JJ* 

(lav..rs and fllfl wefaht. ■» pkRv 

"n'pr,.- Mrand N>w Se.K.Dj ^^t^W^JJ 

fcrf 'luand Wh..e i^Toi^ Roll. 

cK«* Smyrna Na.ura'l Cookto. F'K-^v- 

Uv?^'» Lu«^ a pkB*. • i?J 

Old Dutrh Clfanter. » iin« lor -.^wj 

Ule Buov Snap. 8 cake* lor 

jif Flaked So.m- Spenal. per pkR 

Fruits and Vegetablea 

^.^rri \ ...r, . . Oraiiiei. per dozen. 
-lOc. ROc -N't JSJ 

I , , ,1 I ..l1l.^t.-f^, I'er lb...... 

Wti l..-niire. each iftiTnrf isS 

I ,nr ( .Ki.nil.rrs each W and l»J 

New (.reen Pea*. « lb» ' ™ 

New I'nuuwu. » Iba^ — 
Local Carrots, Beeu and Turnips g ^ 

Freah Sirawberrie*. MeloM, Oiertki 
ud Ptaow 

Candy Specials 
Local Made Rum and Butter Tnflrr. m , a9* 
Crv»tall««d Aworted tru-l /.unv. H. . 17# 
Neil«>n-» Cowan". Mo.rV K-.wn,,r. s, 
Ptter-a, >lei«Ui ' 

Sale rrie e - ^ _ 

Floor, H B C 



45* 

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Fresh Meat Specials for 
Tuesday 

I'irt.Ird <)\ I'^fiKues. per lb,. _ JJJ 

I ]■■' l.-t-, p^r Ib.-^ »j; 

. nrne.l mI'.^-.kIc*. per lb. ■ "m* 

A . iirrn. per IK— . ""mZ 

hni riat Pork Sa««a«ee. per lb. ■?* 

Small !'«'wl, pfr Ih.— — ■ - 
Rrniler-, vrr ll« — ■ ' 

siii,.ii> Mf-nk*. prr Ih . 

■r.tk^. per Ih 
M\itl"n t li'M"- 

Rib Chop-, per lb 

Mullon Slrw, l>er Ih 

Shovldcra ci m-im^ u. per lb. 

_Low«r Main Floor, HBC 

Clean ng Out Odd Sizes 
and Styles in Girdles 
and Corselettes 

Regular $4.50 and »S.50. lor 92M 

Inner Bell i nriflettes and (iirdle* frmn aome 
of the br»t known makers. The Corieletiea 
have the inner bell and diaphrajm control 
with elastic icrtionf on the nip line and Plt« 
tic ihoulder ttrapf. Siae* 32 to ^' 'J 
f^itet in icirdlea are to char O 

Nemo Fle« Side-Hookin« Olrdlea 
1 l.eie MiriitifMjIlv dr*'t(nc<l (iir.lle^ are in- 
fcot wiih f"'ir p.ineU of elastn; webbing- They 
are ii>«ilr ii' long hip atylc* of good rayon 
»tnpe niatertil and finiahftl with «ix bo^e 
ftupport* They are excelteM eport' i ■ 
lor Summer wear Sitet 2S to ». 1 QO 
Specially Prped «( • 

An IneKpen«ivc l.ine in Sport* Girdle* 
Side-fa.M'i ■ ■ ■ii-*'''' rxs-.n Mnpr 

material rU'-nc m-rrtu ^ anod hip 

lonlmer, graduating lonftei )n the hack and 
lightly boned acroaii the diaphtagm l ine lor 
hot weather. Slaca 24 lo 3a fISfl 
Specialty Priced at — — — — — 9Ww 

Novelty Silk Irewiewi 

Made tn bandfue ■tylei lor OMdlm and 
*hfiht Ufiurza. U^rrr *re many ttylca end 
cobra Irom which to choote RQa 
Sicea JO to 36. Sprmtiv rn' <-d v Vww 

Floor, NBC 



Black I c.ithcretie 
Shof>pmg Bags 
at o9c 

Shown in fotdinj- pouch *tyle and *ii 
ev'ta '.srcr marWriinR sire Well RtAd* 
and reliable, with double strap han- 
dlM. Thwe ire vtry popular fer pJc- 

"*"■ -|»e 



Thousands of Yards of 
Dainty Fabrics at July 
Clearing Prices 




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Colorful Prints 

in iisany deli^'litdil pattern* for 

ilre^^e-, ,"ii>ir,rf- .iii'l for 

wear. Width JO inches. Jul> 
Sale Price, per yard 

Printed VoOta 

of fine r ^ r me^h and printed in many 
charming; (..ittonM and rich color cotn- 
bination^ W i hh inches, A 
derful value at july S^le 95e 
Price, per yard. fcWV 

Novelty lagttah Printa and Broadclolfaa 
in faat colors and a large range of desirnhtr , ' 
from wHicb to chooac. \N idth 36 inches. 3Q|a 
Joly Sale Price, per yard. » lIWV 




English and Swiaa 
Printed VoUia 

woven from two-ply 
yarns, insuring that soft 
draping quality so much 
desired. Handsome pat- 
terns and desirable color 
combinations. I 'v ^tie- 
Price, 
per yard , 



Smock Lengths of 3 '4 Yards 
in gay colorful patterns i)rinle(l nn 
a heavy cotton fabric thai ^ i' 
loU Of wear. July Sale A 
Price, each — I -WW 



59c 



Printed Unenes. Gabasdinoi and Piques 
that are beautiful fabrics suitahle for 
fashioning into dainty Summer frocks 
or n.at> At this new low price they 
arc exceptional value. W idlh .^6 inches. 
July Sale Price, 39 C 

per yard i i i -■■ wwW 



Prlntod Rayon SOk Voiles 

in many handsome printed effects. 
These heavitilul sheer falhri.-< are 
shown in excellent cnlm com" 
W idth 36 inches. July Sale Qftfi 
Price, per yard..„ ^ 90W 

Snflfttih Printed Rayona 

in a larRC raii^e '>f colorful pattern> on 
light, medium and dark ;.;ruuni(> 
VN idth 36 inches. July Sale 



Price, per yard. 



—Mam Floor. HBC 



Many Attractive Offerings 

in Silks 



Printed Oeorgeties and Marquiaettea at 
SI.9S a Yard 

Nnvehv Silk I .ihrii * o( a cobweb finencM in 
A Urse roliernon of the ncwcat pattern* and 
coloring^. W uhh. 3« inchea. July Sale Price^ 
per yard 



Bnlran Itangei of Silka 
7Sc a Yard 

CTlooac from Broche Silk (. repr^, Stanley 
Stiic Crepei. Crepca de Chme and Colored^ 
Hahuttit. July Sale Price, per yard. .-T»# 



Plate and NemUy Silks at a Yard 

Included in the collection are Printed 1-lat 
Silk Crepea, Printed Radivma, French (.eorji 
etle>. Heavy Crepe;, de Chine and '•'h" 
weaves. July Sale Price, per yard - 93.49 

Standard Quality Spun Silka at 49c a Yard 
Dependable Silkn mi v^eiHMt fer dre*-,es 
lingerie, drape*, ^<ln^l-.r^ »nrl nihT ii«es, July 
Sale i'TKe, per >arii 

Printed Crepea de Chine at $18* a Yard 

I'lire Silk I re pes de i hme pnnir-l iii nuny 
chariiiini; pu1tl■^ll^ m ;tll wanted flur cunibina* 
tion- \V "I'h, .W inchei. July Sale Price, per 
yard - ■ 9tM 

Floor. NBC 



A Special Purchase of Seconds 
In Unen Damask Table Cloths 

I he imperfections are so slight that it i^ hardly necessary to call your attention 
l,p them hut the manufacturerx of thi.i merchandise are so particular that the 
^lighten irregularity m the weave classes them as seconds. There are all wanted 
Mzes from 45 x 45 inches to 1^ x 106 inches. Priced according to aue and 
(luato, 

1.50.4.75 



Pure Lfawn Damaak Table NapUna 

All perfect mrrchandies I n MWMLjHtfi" * 
>tpni hrmined ready<>|MJMMilHBB* 

Sale Price, each — , .iJlJB B Li.. ... 

Pun Uatn Table DaoMsk 

Thin in a Breat offering for thoff who prefer 
buying Table Uamank by the yard. OWCe oi 
noiral patterpa. Well iwcth liW • y*5jk 
inches wide. Bale Price, per yar4-«-«it« 



Window Furnishmi^s a nd 
Upholstery Fabrus 

A Group of Materials, Values ^C|a 
to'$I.2S Yard. Sale Price "tlPV 

ChfK.»e from Enfihah Warp Printed Shadow 
Dolba. Upholstery Fsbrtei. Striped Denim* 
and Hand-Blocked Cretonne*. All groopsd 
for elearmnec at ibia spedal low priet- 



Hand-tmbreldarad Madeira Naphfas 

Theae are of the better grade, beautifully cm- 
broiderad tn many pleailnf patteras. Sale 
Price, each - — ^ 



Hand-Bmbrotdcred Madeira Squarea 

Si»e .tA X ,Vi ideal ior fliil* or home ii«r 
Perffctlv laundered Choice of m«ny •i- i' 

able pittcrna. Sale .f^ice, each ^. 

Floor, HBO 



3».Inch Scotch Madraa 

Fine nuallty material iiT cream grmind. 
nicelv patterned, sue S*riee, 9Qe 
per yard 



SO-lMfc Shadow aothf 
Engliab Warp Primed Shadow t 
a»p e««crs and drapas. Regalar 5 

Price, pet yard 

Art Sateens 
Jatt fiiht qtMlHy for comforter etwerintS: 
.11 inches w*4s. Good choice of pattema- 
Regular 7*e. Sale Price, per yard — '^4»0 




A Few Odd Rugs 
Qearing at Bargain 
Prices 



window Shade* 
Green Opatlne Whidow Shade*. J7 lochei 
Wide. 6 feet long: complete with CQfa 
natures. Sale Price — ^9%9 



—TM Floir, NBC 



500 Paizs Steel Scissors 

nitmi Fnd S<.»»or». Slork Sciaaors; Uaafear* 
Se.i»or*. EmhTOtdery Setaaor* and Tartars' 
inrMvon grouped for q«tek clSBfMaik IQa 

Joly Sale Pfiee, per pair . ^ i«ls 

r.NBO 



! Wilion Run, 4iS X 7rt 
Clearing at 

I X'elvet Rug ftO x 9 0 
Clearing ai _ 
1 Axniln^ter Rug. 9 i T 
Clearing at 



Rerilar mOO. 
91S.TS 

Reffiilar SJS.rV). 
• lO.ftO 

Regular $JQ 50 

•ao.50 



I Plain Taupe Aammster, "h « on Rpcvilar 

S62.50, far Sao.TS 

i Wilton ftvff. 0.0 v 104. Regular V>7 50 

Clearing at .^^.^^ . S-«f».KO 

I Wilton Ruf. HO X I2.ft Jlegnlar ei' >c> 

Clearing at _ oo 

1 Seamleift Krenrh WDton, 9.0 < 

nlar 1139 50. for »»s ftO 

Velvvt Stair Carpet 
150 ^'*rfl<. 27 inrhe* wide rinMiT f1 thr^f 
excellent pattern* Regiiljr|2;5 S»le frire, 
per vsrd 01. TO 

Armlnatar Heardimgt 
Siae 27 t. 54 MeavY pile hn and ini*.. pai- 
temr S*!-- I'l-i'-'- OX-TS 



Inlaid limteanu 

Sliehtlr damaged by water, 
ternt. high trade «aalliyi etai 

ReguUr |2.65 

^ale Price, a^uare eard 



1.79 



A Mill Purchase of 
Slis^ly Imperfect 
Sheets and Pillow 
Cases 

600 Plate Ham and Hs mt ll mh sd 
SheMa at tlJlO Bach 

Excellent for camp and general 
u»e. Made from a strong cotton. 
PUirt hem in »ize» for single, three- 
iiujri<-r and double bed*. Hem- 
sutched in aisea for thn-e-quarter 
beda. Julr Sale Price. 4 AA 

each ■ 

500 HsssthBhad BbstH al OliO Bach 
Size for double beds a«d an cxc<-r>t<"^ 
allv low price for heSMlilcted -*\rc\- 
July Sale P^ic^ 

each .... - -- — ■ 

IJOO Hemstitcbed Pillow Cases at 
«5c Bach 

Size 42 inchea. M«dc from a anow 
whtie cotton of fine texture and fin- 
i>hed with hemstitched cnda. 9Cfa 
July Sal- Price, each fcwls 

SO-Inch PlUow Caaca at S9k Bach 
Many of you have large pillows and 
have been vna*>V pr.iritr* thi« .if* 
N<m you have thr opportunity Made 
from A sturdy lucular pillow ■ 
i.nd in .1 ouahty that wUI Ignn 
July Sale Price, 
each - — 

^-Main Floor, HBC 




tUCORPOtUA 



1.19 



59c 



y 

Bleached ^nd I 'nbleacbcd 
Sheetings 



At Jtxfy- 'Bale Pticea 

(Hammed Free of Charga) 

Ptea Canadian Blascbad BlMttegi 

72-Incta. Per vard 

81-Inch. Per yard 

"Our Leader^ BngUsh 8lws«hs|s 

U-lach. Per vard «»* 

70-Incll. Per yard 

M-Inch. Per yard ^JJO 

50- Inch. Per yard , ••o 

"Queen'a Houiafaold" English Sheednga 

(.3 Indi. Per yard «3* 

70- Inch. Per yard 25* 

80-lnch. Per yard # 

90-lnch. Per yard — 

Sturdy Unbleachad Sheettega 
7Miich. Per yard ^J»# 

51- Incli. Per yard . 

Heavier Quality Unhlsgchsd Ih i fti ngs 



54-1 nch. 
63-lnch 
7i-liuh 
.HI Inch. 
1^0- Inch. 



J'rr yard 

I'er yard ™ 

Per yard 

Per yard 

Per yard 



45r 

*0e 

_ S9e 

6»# 

Floor, NBC 



Blankets and Comforters 

All at July Savings 

We inrnlinn "iilv "nr ■"•r two o( the many ex- 
Cellert v;4hie'. iImI v-m will »pe in this MCtion, 

White Pure Wool Yorkshire Blaoketa 
W.nni (mm ihoromfhlv scnured yarflS aOd 
fini^hcd viiih pink or hhie horders. 

Si/e 5K % 7') iiirhes. Per pair Z^'SS 

Si/e M X SI inrhe*. Per pair..-. i^'^S 

Si/e 'i8 X Rn iiirhe^. Per pair.— — — 

Size 72 X 'Mj inrhes. Per pair 

BngUah Down Comf^rtera at $8.98 
Comforter* that are extra well hlled with 
fine down and ventilated. Covered in high* 
grade cambric with sateen panels in contraat- 
ing colors in a good aelection of patterns. 
July Sale Price, each- 

~iin n.... HB« 




Imperial House Paint at 
a Saving 

At the usual price Imperial House Paint is 
ft real vshie. It is a paint you can depend 
on for covering nuality and durabilfly. SvH- 
ahle for rn^de and outside use. Wide dkofee 
ol colors. Sale Price. f>er ration 



3.55 



.t»en. pi-r (fa, Ion 



01.70 



^-Gallon 
Qnaru — 

Pint* 

White a: . 

^-(lalloii 
Quarts .- 
Pints 

Imperial Shtefle State 

All rolorfi except green. Sale Price, per 

Eiii . ..... f 

reen, per gallo n . ■ . ■ 

MMnFlMT. NBB 



Lawn Mowers, Grass 
Catchers and Garden 
Hose 

At July Savings 

"Qualcaxt" En(liab Lawn Mowers 
with Sheffield steal bMis, bfeaaa bsartecs; 

fiillr ppiaranteed 

U-lnch ^*1' l'frre_ __ 9#*TS 

14-Inch «i/e s«le I'rice •lO.XS 

16-lneh siee. Ssie Pries.. -SIO.TS 

Ball-BeaHng Ifowerst 10-Inch siae. -Sale 
Prtee „_ ftSM 



GftNMtaed Iron bottoms and canvas sMaa 
Afty state, ftcfelar $1 75 Sale Price. SOi 
Oarden Hoa« 

W-ft. lengths of H-»nch ho«r, compleie with 
r /Miplmg> Sale Price 0-S.aO 

I t Braoe Haes Moeale PBBB WM Beery ' 

CeO - - ' ~ ■ " - 



—HM Floor, NBO 



Hmt Baals 

±»a)e Pries 



OfW Stores at iVinnptg, Ywhimn, Seifcelnan. £Jmenfe 



Good business demands the reducing of stocks l 
perfectly good merchandise of the most seasonal 
have accumulated during the past few weeks. T 
July. To effect a speedy clearance, prices 
classes of merchandise are affected — Vacation 
dren's^Apparel, Silks, Wash Fabrics, Woollens, 1 
Groceries. From a standpoint of money saving- 
crowning event 

Millinery Bargains toy 
the Opening Day 




~ — ~ 100 HaU Reduced to $4-M 
Practically every Hat was at least $7.95 s 
5nine v^ere even higher in price. .Mi .m- i: 
Sprinjf and Summer styles. There :\ c i:rt.^ 
v arieties of style and in all colors. 
July Sale T'rirr . . 



4.9 



200 Summer Hats at S2.95 
Reduced (rom $4^95 and $5.95. Thes> 
trimmed and tailored Hats of hair, frii 
an<i novelty straws. Most of them :ir' 
^ olors. Woodurful valttt 
tor 



r.M 

2.9 

All Suminer Model Hats. Formerly $16.50, $16.50 and $20.00. Reduced to $U. 
Paris Meme. Swiss Hair, Ballibuntts, Bakous and Fancy Weave Str»w«! I 
exclusive type and used in exceptional hata. There is a wide cn • i 

in all the newest Rummer colors. There are both sports and 1 9 

dress models. All one price.^..^.^ .i n I 

— SmowI Ftoor, HB^ 

Our July Sale Briugs Unusually Attractive ^ 

Values in Misses' and Children's Wear 



20 Oiria- AU-Wool Navy Tricotine Coed 

Smart Tailored Coats of hne imported all- 
wool navy tricotine in smart doubie-breaatcd 
styles with notched collars and In hsK-bett 
ee no belt styles. A«s 10 to 14 Woaderfal 
valoe in navv uUerec eoate. 4 9 QC 
July .Sale Price I 

Children's Imported Wool Pull-Overi 
Regular 14.50 to t6.75 for «2.M 

Fifty Children's Imported All \\'o('l Novettr 
PuII-Overs from rrauliir J-t 50 in $h 85 itocU 
Odd sites, odd colors and patterns huf all rt 
the very finest quality in inportr'' 
PuII-Overs. Sites for 2 to 6 years. O QQ 
July Sale Pnre . „. fc-wO 

IM OMa* Tab Frod»-IUiMlar to t2.9S 
for tl.49 

Twelve style* in lhi< special clearing lot of 
Girls' Smart runt jnd ftmadcfoth Tub 
Frocks in fia'^'d, *.inprii joH (loral patterns 
and assortefl rolor* and trinimingi All -rrrs 
in the group from 6 to 14 year*. Regular 
to $2«Wl July 4 Aik 

Sale Price ■ ■■tw 



45 CirU' Kto^-k(t — KenuUr to Si: 50 

lee $4.01 i 
Odd atce». odd colors and ntylr- m ' rl 
Crepe de Chtoe. Doable Fngi. Hay ' 
and Broadcloth Frocks. There urr i 
or inore styles in (his special rle«nn« 
Viremr* that hav# formerly been prK-eil 
hiRh 4* $12 ,^0 will all he out iin-!' »' 
pnre tard in lhi^ Hpecial nale tuf 
fi to M years in Ihe assorlmenL A 
Llearing at , .. 

60 Children's Navy Melton Blazers. $1. 

Smart Navy Melton Blazeri |m 
breasted ^t.vlen with a»«orted braiH iridirini 
So popular for school, >pnrt Ii- 
wear. .Sijte* for 8 to 14 years. 
July Sale Price „.„ 

to Oiria* Nmete TwaM- Q sai e Regular 
m7i ler Ms 

Girls' Smart Tweed Coats in the, W and nrf 
elty patterns In single and 

slvle». Tweke »ly1es in variouK i -il.irii al 
some with cMntT.»Ming tHmminK All 4 
fully lined. Sires for 6 to 14 year Ri-Ktt- 
In Pi.7?. Tulv ^ A; 

Sale I'nce . 0>9: 

n«er,HBl 



1.! 



July Savings in the Boys' Departmen 



Boys' Khaki Coveralls 
The plav •uit for hoys. Sizes (r.r ,1 to H >ear*. 
Vk ith or without collar, acU trimmed or red 

p^r* i"*" ^ 1 

2 for aZ TB 

Boyi' Blue Flannel Bbuera 
Imported. English Blarers Si«t for 8 to 18 
reari Trimmed In red, gold, blue or green 
luiv Sate O ftO 

Pnce .^Cm99 

Reps' Twe-Kalcfear Ma 

Choose fram mr flsnael. Oesi'it''' ^'"^ 
fancy we«*cs. Slaas fer • M U 7 QC 

year. luly Sale PrtCf • a^** 

Two-Knicher tnhs fer Inallar Bopa 

Ten suits r.f n,rr fjuality tweeds. Sues for 

6 and 7 years onlv JB f||| 

jBhr Sals Pnre WeliW 

Bors Firmt I>ongs 

F.i[i''> Tw'-'-Hi n-;>i'. •■ ' anH fiiii^h'd 

With ruff bottoms for 8 lo 1ft years. 

'^"t. 1.S5 



NBO 



Boys' Shorts 

Tweeds. Flannels, Sergea, Sisss for 4 I, 
y<nra. July Sale 

Boys' Buitonless Balbriggan ( r.:K>riaiin 
with short sleeves and in knee lene'h >ii wh 
nalncheek. Also in sleeveless 
length style. Thp impcrfectio 
ilichi All sises for bmra Iron 

JnTy Sale Price, 
per suit -~ _ 

Roye* ahiru and Wslsta 
Smart fancy designs m all ihades in \i 
colr»r percsiei Well made jhrrt* with 
isched point collar. All sites for Ik. f- 
5 to IS years. Regular to $1.50. AA 

YAf late Prir. ..OOj 

Boys' Kh^in Shirts 
"Western King" I 'j lahtv KluVi Th 

Shins, made wifli ro)inr r.cjri.-.i ^..,( .„„ 1^ 
Sites for boys wearing IJ to \' AA 
Rsffvlsr |1.7t. July Sate i'ruc 90| 

nfear.NBI 



'- lencMi >ii wh 
less and hr4 
tions are v(t 
m S to I ' vJ 

59 



Men's Shirts, Underwear and Pyjama 

at Jvly Siviigi 



Maars BtoviV Worb BUrts 
Khaki Twin and Blae Chan) bray Shhts. 
Wei) cut. doable aewn and with one pocket 
The nua who gtvea Ms cMrt Kard weaf will 
find that thia ooe idi siaad ft. AH atres, 
141*17. JalySals 



Price 



Means l i f h ri g g aw Underww at ?gc a Sni 
Fine balbnggsn in tern sHade. ( hnoaa fp*, 
eombinstioo* ™ ■'- ■'i'>ii alsr»e> and has* 
ankle lenr > ' ^ with Imw Sleteva a 
drawer* aaUe laaci^ TUs ta wry ro, 
feeisM* anisnsav t» BM «M 
AH stri-i p# «Tii( 



78 



Men's NegtigM Shin* Marked Down 
to II J5 

Smart stnpes and fanr^ designs tn bread 
cloth and percale Smartly tailarad ShM 
that ftt eomforubly. Choice a< oNir at- 
tached or tvHh sa p e rfs M csBsr. ' - 
sopphr of ahfrts M« CI IMS law 4 
•cU Inly Sale PWe*.^ I .09 



M^n • Primnaa at $lja g 

^^inpe'l *n'! r'am ahade rAtian Sa well 

soft com*r>T'.' - fi»rr'i't»-t- All (•;'! rtji ai 
made wtth V -^-'l- \'--. 'r • , 44 j 

eartr (w these titcrc ara |mi -Qnc H.,ndr 
to aell Jiily Sale 
Pnre, per «■* 



Rltar R«s« 



1.0 
nMT.NB 



ngs Many Exceptional Bargains in Vacation Needs 

' ■ ' ■„ ; 1 , _ - ■ mm m 1,,Kr ClU R:irrf:iin« tn 




2Vf MAY 1670. 




l^thbnJgt, Ntdion. I'ertunt. Kaailoopt vU K 



minimum before taking inventory. Many lines of 
xl, because of the backward state of the season, 
oust b^cleared before we take stock at the end of 
been ruthlessly reduced regardless of cost- All 
fof every description, Men's, Wraien's and Ct«l- 
lold Staples, Hardware, Home Furnishings, even 
1 a standpoint of huge selection — this will be the 
I Summer season .f^ti . 

lubtlinfial Savings Offend ii IfoiMilt Fmks, 
Coats, Suits and Skirts 

Cl«mB»flr mk Frocl». Valnw to $19.75 for $8.7S 
m ill women and misses have an snspkiotu opportunity to 
I'lam a Silk Frock. pUin or printed, m ooe of the smart new 
tyles, Lxilorcd of txiXiy u pa-cferred and in one of tJie many 
retty CoIm that are in vogoe. These Frocks ha»e nrw 
^rs. scanw and capes. The aizea are irom 16 to A "TC 
Z. Spedal 'Price ■ " 

July Clearance of Frocks. Vahiea to $3?J0 fOr $1S.9S 

is a special <!t !'i'->Tks w. ^in.nt, fo date styles 

III! colors. There arc satin back crepes, crysUl, j^porK'-tT*- 
nd flat Liiyn, velvet and bwlbriggaa. Tbey are in onr m i 
wo-viece atylea and ara ia bhic^ f«aa Mga, aary and black 
here isagoodaaaartBenttachootslraaLSbci 4^ QC 



Til 



13.75 



6 to 42. 

ISpoati WWd^ Vahies t(> $1? o*; for $7.95 
pecial sale of Spocta Procita m toaibnggan and fine light- 
eight kasta^ in one and two-piece styles with fnttiristic trim- 
lin^s of br^ilit colots and grot^»ed pirated skirts. . ThriKt- arc 
hown in colofa of bloc, roae beige, ^cc;u, grey and ^ QC 
ind. asca 16 to 3a Special ■ c99 

Sporta and Hoval^ Coata. Vahna to $35^ for $19.75 

\'r are offeiing TefT ipecial valoea in Novelty and Tailored 
nat.-t with all 0ie latest f eaUuc a of cotlara, caffa and new 

nkni- S''ime trrrnracd wIth Snmrnrr 

<>()(1 as&octmeul of colors. _ Siaei 16 to 38. 

r'""' y ■ ■ [ I I* 

Snaut ^pocti Caotii V Ana t» tiMO far $1495 

emi-tailored and aovcltf iMei in a wide variety of amart 
'wreilfi and kadta^oth, abowmg- the new atitdMd collars, ettfh, 
' It - and pedbeta and ote now style fMlMai 4 A QC 
I ' I H-WW 

Cuts fer fbm Xisrvw. Woomb 

Valuen to 150 SO for MTS 

Auortmcot of hicb-gnds Coats 
the laritr figiM SpcdaUj de- 
itinrd t» five a dtaadw la^ Thesa 
rr very atttaetln wM Adr oaw 

. .■lUMR* of tuck*, hiserti sort 'with 
ir <i>Mar< finished with bow« at thr 
aclc nr trimmed with Sammrr fur 

.ixcft AZioAA, Special •3».75 



Trffend Mts lor Mam and tana Wena 
Valasa to $19l7S fcr t>M 

Smartly tailored doable-brcmslcd Box CAita in 
fancy tj^ed mixlurr* and pinstripe flannels and 
featuring the wrap around shirts. Colon nf_ nary, 
saad aod grey mattmcL Sixei 16 to 20. SpecUl 
it ^ ••••o 

faoft BUrta VUaea to for t2^S 
Sport sicirts hi mi flaaaci witti new pleated H- 
fcets. Some art wilb plain pMAl bwk an 4 front 
and others are la battarfly fin 1^ 

Sate Price „ , 

r,HBC 



500 Women's Summer Frocks, Regular to $3.9S,fir $2.49 



h^X) h'rocks, ■tvi'- ^Hr greatest as^ortmeTU <A <niart daytime frocks we 
fn\c ever grAiit - : *( r one price card, the assortment inchidmg Ftigi 
ilks. Linens, Tub-l<'aat Prints, Broadcloths* Figured Voiles and Dimitiea. 
mhI ^howini; pleats, frills, flares, basques and atrafght lines, in sleeveless 
, \ Ji. rt sleeve styles and aho a fn*- with long Meeves. Plain colors are 
v|i..wn and al*n flnr.il ;%nd figured patterns in a large varie^ of color com- 
\ binations and tnmnitnga. ^aes in the assortment 16 tO ^ Jtegular to 

I $3.95. July Sale Price. « - — — f».49 

8iiB»iPleer, WC 




Underwear Bargains 



\ll-Wool Elastic Knit 
Swimming Suits 

.Ixecedlnfly w«Uth*p*d Smt* m all-wool 
Ma«(ic linit, »howii in color* oi hunercup, 

■arOiD^l. Mxe, naw. aWo SUck ^ QO 

Hiet -M to July Sale IVice 

naar,NSC 



.Women's Crepe 
Kimonos 

Regular I1.9S for Mc 

*nnl \ "■'11 ( r^-i-t Kmiioho* im pink. •ky. 
.fad ( .4.1' -.1 1 «nBi«e, Willi Kprliqtird. 
nihr.tidcred n"! • ■ "<(n*litig irim'- ^a 
Illy Sale PHte 

Floar, HBC 



ISO Lavender Lfna 

Vasta. Racular to $I«B for 91J« 

Odd liics and colora In Wood's bfary 
qoality rayon ftttk and alio dainty lace sad 
madailion-tntnmrd Vests whh op«ra top. In 

blSCkt Nile, ppach, mauvr, mairr pink and 
apricot. Small, mrdium tn'l Urirr ■~\jr 
RepiUr to $1.15 lulv Sal- I'r.rr 

200 Wcnnen'i Summer- Weight Vtsta 
Hsgidar 3Sc Bacb at Fovr f«r tLOO 

Fin« fist knit cotton with fbort fl**^.--. or 
in opera lop »(ylr Small and ntediu" 
R^BtiUr JSr July Sale Price, d for S<."0 

SOO Wenan'i Dainty Rayon Undcrsarm«nt« 
11.39 

This is one of lh« freaien valom w hav*- 
ever olftred in dainty rsyon w#ar Thr 
ceileclfon tncliiH*'* heavy lualily open loc 
ahaMowpro.-vr *lii'*. ilainty U"f -trinimpd anfl 
tailored nishtaowna. lacr an*! niolif-frimmfd 
bloAmm and larr-lrimmfl sttp-ina. In 
»mall, medium and large aicta and m all the 
Jaly Sato Jhk% 9tM 



Watoen'* Crepe and Nainionk Ni| 
Regular to (2 30 for 11.10 

W..(iM i. - l>4i»u \.iinaook, Mutlm and 
Kuvplly Crff* NighlgownB in .*ia ^tylf ». 
»\ith V or squart nffW and larr. ritihr'.i.lrr^d 
and applinucd InmnmiB* Small, medium 
aiirl larKC tirf*, in wliitc, prarh. inauve and 
■k> Regular lo f2.':0 liiK Sitr I'rir*. tl.ta 

Woman's Crap* and Broadcloth Pr)amaa 

Wonien'f cool Crepr and Brrvad. I. .!h Pv- 
}«nia< witK <<<)ii:-I '^r «oiiar« aeck In peach, 
nrrhirl *k). r""*- i'' ' *«"H. with cenlraitioc 

irimmmat' Sma'' ' ■ ' l»'-e- '-r^* 

Jaly Sale Prito. r - «' >» 

—Second Floor, MBC 



2,000 
Colored 
Turkish 
Towels 



15c 



^ At Matiau r di narily Low Prices 
This odfcriaa cones ;iiat M fbe scasoa 
when a^ra toweto cone in so ascful 
at the beath. The vahies are wonder- 
ful. 

500 Towels. 
Sale Pnce. each, 
750 TowrU- 
Sale Price. — 

.450 Towels. OQf« 
Sa!r I'nrr, -"-^ OwU 

Sale Price, padh— 
75 Towels. 
Sale Pric«, 

'"■^""^ 1.E5 



98c 



Sale Price, cmch 

50 Brown Unen TarUsk 
Tawtb at_- 



_ 69c 

Floor.HBC 




July Bargains for the 
Art NeedleWoricet^ 



of good tfuaUly unbleached cotton itamped 
to attractiTc designs for simple embroidery 
"'v&Se ^ at 90 iBchcs. | 

Stamped PUlonr Caaes 

(if (xcrllrnt (]ualily tubular cotton, cnd^ 
stitched for crochet work. Three good Ar- 
.Mi[o&. KcRular $1.29. Qflifc 
Joly Sale Price ^ «Qlp 

StampMl linca GHass Towals 
with woven borders in red, blue and grceiL 
\S £asy designs. Practical size. O AXim 
* Jaly Sak Price Ibr 

Stamptd Uoa Craifa Towals 

with colored hemititcbed ends. Site aboat 
17 a 28 inches* Easy desMcns for 9Q|| 

nick working. July Sale Price 

Awiaiiiii III of Stamped Oddmsnts at 

Clearing Prices 
Womeo'a AprtD'ns, fiureau Scarfs, Thrpf ■ 
Piece Buffet S*-!- CmUr*. r.irl T.nh!'- 
Curer!! and oth"-^ ' ■ '• •" i-- 
eaay working gg^ 



«p to 



— Mcaxanine Floor, H B C 



52 Rayon and Broadcloth 

Blouses 

Regular to $1.98 lor 98c 

Odd Broadcloth Bloeaea in ahort-ileered 
itytes with vest front or tuck-in Myle and 
long slecrei. Shown tn peach, while and 
powder Also a frw fttcevcle*S novelty ravm 
knit bloUAet >n a^'orted OOtoTS. Sizes tn 
40. Regnlar «D f 1 /)8. 98C 

Floor, HBC 



July Sale Price. 



Womcn^s Cretonne 
Smocks at $1.98 

Thene are gay colored Smocks for home and 
garden wear In Ki-K>d quality cret^-nn^* 
and in assorted mlor'. .in-t pj»t<-rr»e <i,t" 
.^6 to 42. Joly Sale r - ^ « 

—Second Floor, HBC 



100 Dozen Bcliox Hand- 
kerchiefs, 3 for 45c 



Women everywhere appredaie the sttrac- 
> qualities of Bcltex Handkerchiefs. These 
snowa in smart floral and convcoHonal 



tive 

are . . 

Itftcrns fWd bl lovely color ^'^^1hmattona. 

Is t.anoder Perfectly 

Floar.HBC 



200 Pieces of Lace . 
Neckwear 

Vahna Up to $2.00 for 9Sc 

Sample Pieces of Charming New Lace Kerk 
wear, eompriaing an aa^ortnienl of collar anrf 
cuff «!>, plaatrons and Bf/lhts in rream and 
fcni tone^ The valoes repf^Tiled in this 
o0enng are aaccpttonaL July Sale Pnee. 8*d 

PfoM^MBO 



Useful Items in Notions 

Bimdlc Taps 

Finht pieee*. each i vurd" and In assorted 
Mdtli-. R'-aular i r . -- . 1»* 

Rubberised Naiiwook Dresa Shlilds 
Crencent Shepi ShfsMi hi as iOT la d s h ad e s. 
Per pair IM 

M4nch Rayon Slaatfc 
While oaOr. Thit elas tic will *^ 



water, # yards fiir. 



These Ma 
<lc a 



feds l <a cfc Rel^iaa 

n^nu lock with a tWivt 

Sale Price, per t-oT 

--Main Floor. HBC 



Ketelsr 



Children's Shoes 

Vahiea to 94.00 n QC 

Marked Down to 

Dt»rrintinni''! I ines in ria*»ic and M > »r 
hne < itrli' Shri^». inriiidioj paienl Ira'h^r 

fancy lies and one '•<■-■■. • 'h Mon-v WiH 
SiMaSlalO 

~M*m Floor. HBC 



Big Hosiery Bargains for First 
Day of the July Sale 



400 Pairs FuU-Faahioned Snbstandard Silk Hose 
( /wing to Tcrjr slight delects we are enabled to oflci 



Knit-Fashioned Senrice-Weicht SBk flnoe at a aabafcaotial 

savinj^ l*he imperfrcttons sire iie^Ii^Fble and will not 
aflect the evcac Thx9 bamietj ia easceilcnt fitUug, -wiUi tiar> 
rowed aidfle and refofoireefllcn* oft *a eiaoriag parta. It ta- 

^howr] in a ^>J a^sot tiuriit of poftrtar Swntnrr colors 
Sices Syi to la jaly Sale Frscc, 
per i^*" * 



1.59 



300 Ptelra Su b e t ai idarf CfalSaa 80k Hodary 

Owini^ tu aInioM nibpr-n. eptiUe dcfecta these are cUaaed as 
tubatandards, thus afiordiag* jon an unumal opportunity to 
obtain thete lorely Silk StorWtnps at a reduced price. ■ They 
.tie in chiffon weight and in a choice of point and half heel. 
I here is a good aelectioo oi pofml.ir ralori. Si-r^ R' i,, 
10. Regular $1.95 yahie. July :>aie Price, 
per pair " 



aoo Ms WaOMB^ Alt BOk Hoaa 

Superior QtialHy Hoaiery with beary sole, toe and heel 
Eiuxllcnt fitting and good wcacing. Choose from "thades 
of grain, tawny. French nude, alumiiium, rhampacnc or 
from black or white. Suca 8^ to la Jul/ Sale 
Price, v^T^' _ 



450 




Holiday Hosierf for Boys and airls 
Cloariog at 49c a Pair 



Special bargain 

Checks and Three-Quarter Art Silk Hoae. Wide lelectiOQ of colors 'a 



grouped for speady clearanca. 
Price, per pair 



in Three-Oaarter All-Wool CoH Hote, Tkrce-Ouarfer 
ioae. ) 
Sissa7 to la 



49c 

Floor, HBC 



Women's New Gloves at 
July Sale Prices 



(Haves 

wHb novettr cnffi tn fhre and tom-bacfc styles. 

Kxrelleiil fithuR Rloves of a well-known 
!<tandar<i m^Vr. Choice of bcavc^ hnnv and 

trrty. si.-r, f*".;. 7aad7H- Mi e l i r v 
July Sale Pnce, CO|a 
par pair ^99W 



Waaan'a Donbla-Tlpped SOk dona 
Higb-Grade Canadian-Made Silk Cloves ia 
new cnS stylei^ irith smart pofttts aod one 
dome fasteners. Perfsct fitting Summer* 
r.iovpa of smart appcarenee In a'tr;irtivr 
ahad<-s of cedar, French nude, navy, s"-^ ^n l 
black. Reanter |1.50 per pair. 98 C 



Jttly Sale Price 



Floor, HBC 



July Sale of Women's Footwear 

4>I5 



Values to $&.O0. 
Marked Down to . 

Grey, Blonde, Beige 

Pnmpt, One and Cross-Strap Shoes and 



Three-Eyelet Ties with 
spaea hedH. 

Valuea to 90^ 
Marked Down to 



and Patent Leather 
-Str»( 

baby Spaaisfa aod 



3.95 



200 Fafa* Women's BooMr SBppva 

at 9Sc Pair 

Chons* from red, bine. K""y ■* '"^ ^^f f>wn 
oxittlcd IcaUber with rubber heels. Sixes 

3 toi. 



Fancy Ctit-Oot Straps and Ties aod^ ^g pty 



Cat Corrective Shoes lo 
including marroir, broipa aad 
and Spanish heels. 



lera. 
Caban 



A Qroop *of Wooim'a Soaart Shoea 

ClaBrfaic at 9948 

Wide variety of strka nd teal toa^te 
chooee fronii faiclndlB^ brown blende 
and patent 



Vahiea to $10.00 
Maikad Down to — 

Women's Snart Dresa Shoes 



6.95 

aaffoe 

taatcb space and Spudeh 

5.95 



Values to $11.00. 
Marked Down to 

Up-to-Date Pumps In «dilte» blende, mafiow 
and rose bln^ Ud, alio tie and strap 4t]^ 
with fancy tMoi to 



the very 
p<In 

*tmf Stnpi and Tics wiUi Cabao 



blest sl^es and leathers, including Step-in 
L Fan 



Men's Universal Swimming Suits 

Regular $430 and $5iX) for $3.93 



Heavy ,A1! ■ - i ruit^ in the rib stitcfa tint fans been prored to prevent sagging. 
These very satisiactonr autta for men awinimers may be had in plain black, red, 
oraage and green, or for tiiofte vho ^cfer combination colors there is a choice of 
Mack with yellow and Of red or bine atripe with black trunks. All 
Univenal malte and^l sisea. Jnly Sale Priee.. 



3.95 



Fl0Mr,NBe 




Sale 



of Men's 
Suits 



^hiaa to tN.00 

Merited Down to 



27M 



Thrr^r "-fit.^ are .^M --rl'^rterf from our r^^tar stoelca. 
The styiea are now, the fabrkt good. Chooee from 
itngUm and 9o uM a to t ae ta d modela, fitting ribort regu- 
lar and MOortMa. SSam 34 to 46. 



34.95 



•^rrr own spcrfal a«lta 

cbodad Ia thta 



wen aa Lelshman's are fn- 
Chooaa from fine EngUah 



9nM, and r S.00 Snita 

for 

Leishman's and onr own special tailored loita, all 
band-tailored from hlgh-grada Mrics. Every garment 
1 Rood aQ^a. AD abcfc 



Off^ Flannel Trooaers 
English omd^ ft«a pockfK caff bettome. 
\pair ■ ■ ■ 



ZM 



NBC 



July Sale Bargains in 
Drugs and Drug 
Sundries 



RrRuUr lOr %\tr 



4 ,o. 29c 



Iniani*' DeliRht S.wp ^-^ lor t9< 

, „.-..n « Ar*buii Pawn Toilet Soap. >»x 
IX at - .Ol.a» 

I uiwB'i Bath Soep, box ef U at — t*;!** 
French Csatlle, I-Ib, bare 1"*" 



iLoo'a Frail Salt, 
targe bottle 



79o 



PbUUps* Kicncsai 

Brarao Seltacr 

Uinard's Lialmeat 



4W 



Lislwine Teolb 
Paste 



18c 



Tooth Bnnbea, stcritM aad good quvlitXj 

35c Tallies ~ ~ J** 

Engtiah Tooth Brushes 



Kolex— ReKuIar site packet 
ooe dexeii, at 



43c 



Abiorbeoi rnttoii. "A" quality-- 

(laiue. f-virJ ^ur — ™ 

AdheaiTc Plaster, l-inch we 

l .ysol, BKdhun siae.. . — 



«7r 



Hot Water Boltkw— Ov Regular No. > 
^ FuUy coaraaleed. 69C 



Spoeges 

[k Bath Si 



Robber ^ ^ „ 
Uandroka ^tt S| 

Chamois ^kin>. each 



430 

ao«> 



Old Dfllcb Tissue Rolls. 4 
Sale Price « 



for 



33c 



Mirite Floor, HBC 



Hardware Bargaum for 
Tuesday 

Nkksl-PUtad Copper Tee Kattlet 
tivc-quart siac. O QQ 

Sele Priee fcaiPM 

Oroctry Sets 

Four Canisters. lettered "Flour. 
"T«a" and ' Coffee. ' While or 

green. Sale Priee, per »et 

Apartment Houaa Sets 
Bread Boa. Tea, Coffee and Suffar < 
Fhdabcd in light blue. | 



69c 



Sets 

Dust Pan and 

re'l 



Sate Price, per set — 

Dnst Pea and 
Lena -Hand led Self-Cloaioa unat ran 
Lont-ijandied, Brash. ftoMied In yellow, 
or treen. Sale Prkc* ^ .38 

Wear Kw Double 
Boilcrt 
iOO Onlv, two-quArl 

siae. Rcsolar 
Sale Prkia 

Food Chopper* 
Cevplcte with five cutlers. 

Sale Price 



Eicht-quart riae Convea 5auerp:< 

Vfth toes Hindi"- Sale Price- 

Alnniouni Perco4ators 
Five-cop tixc irftb hinged lid. 
Sale Price ^ „ 

Floor. HBO 




Specials for Smokers 

Uather TobaoBO Pooehea wjth r*";^' 
tna. button-over fiyle. Regular »!.«. -OOO 
Prmce of Wale* Tobacco Pouch, wlf cloj- 
ina. Regular 75c at - 
Lastwell Lighter*. R^RuUr $2no Tj Hjjr 

French Briar P.pe.. a larRC '•■*\''-^y"[ 
shapes to ehoote Irom. $1 00 value for 

"■ Floor, MBC 



Notable Offerings in 
Furniture 

Eiabt Piece ZMalng flnlie 

maie in goW" »" hard«*'>M m,, 

•iruction. The auite tonaut* 
table and tet of .ia rhiirs Reir QC QQ 
oUr JI 17.50 Silr rr,.r WW. MM 

Pive-Placa Braakfaat-Room Set 
oooolsthig of drop-leaf Ubie an'l -rt . i f cr 
chatre in I>oeo lioiah in coral ai.^ t-U. t 
Regular »3650. 29.00 
Sal. Price — fc^aWW 



uitorad hi Jaequard Tsloor. with armt and 
oetsMc back in ilrip* veloor io match The 
sella uewlMs of Cbe«ier*el'i _ _ 

S3;^£L"r^*^ 139.50 

Xargs Oak BoffelB 

m fumed finish. SolM «afc and 

Sffj^r'" 36.00 

Chesterfield Table* 
of very Ons desien m dark I ntfloh r.ali 

Tbeae sre hi the kMtg asrrow *h» i '» 

27.50 
mmm 



Salt Priee. 



A Qeaiance of Fancy 

Linens 
At Half Regnbr Prices 

Perhaps Ihia i« the very opportunity 
you have been wailing IMti t for- 
gM to coma In good time for these 
ItTvelv l.inen* so that yon may have a 
wide range of choice. There are Itallatl 
lunch set*, Italian ^n-lcf ?»ets and 
other riatntilv hanH em>T-tiMerri1 pi«oe« 
in' In'le.l in thi- rollr. t.-.n Tlirre arc 
alio doiliea. tray cloths, runner*, le.^ 
riofhi and naplont. For the Juir 
theae an all at HALP PRICE 

—Mam Floor. HBC 



V 



THF, DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA, B.C ^XUAV, JLXE ^-092^ 



FINANCE - COMMERCE - MARKETS 



MANY ISSUES 
atVATED TU 
UDHIOH 

Bull Movement in Stnrks 
on New \oik LxLtiaii^je 
Carnes Throuf^ Brief 
Session 

OFF ON HOLIDAY 



NEW YORK. Junr 20 - T)ip buO 
movement in aloclu. uhich hus bet-n 
unilpr way all wroJc, carrlPd through 
•nday',-! brlr! sf-sfcitm. with at a 
i t'irc n/ i.v.ii'-s f Irvalfd to record 
(iiKli I'^el.i Although many profes- 
tiioiml Lradcnt were away lor px- 
tencM v«ek-«nd trips, ibr dav'» 
MlM wm rmtbar heavy for a baU- 
haUdar Bumniar MHlcn, uannUDe 
1JM.no Hum 

Wltb Qeuly « bt&ioa dbOan beta* 
dMrlbutcd Around tha first of the 
month In dividend and tafeennt pay- 
ments, there wu a good denund for 
invrAtmtrnt IgauM. 

A tfw Koft sjMji developed hoe 
eiKl there, larfcly m • remit of • 



FOREIC N EXC HANGE 

-1 irretuUr 

Brk().in> 11 M 
llnlUnil 40 H 

Dwmkhi MM-. 
flpua-11 1» 

immuU*— !•% 



BnsS— tin. 

Taku— a.«. 

■lwocbal~M.M 
Mwrtnr»l— «e j»H- 

■mUNO SXCWMOB . 

mrw TOW. J«M |i. p p j iiei 

eUa OB baaln 411 tl-l« 



week-end proftl-ulting bu' fhe «m- 
er»l list famed atewllly I -'1 
the public utility, rail, trii-puoue, 
merchandizing, chemical and copper 
ahaiea in the lorefronl. ot the ad- 
vance . A w Ideepread belief t hat 
credit roiiditlnrw have definitely 
tunu'd pf IT "Au.-; the chief sttmolus 
to the upward mi>vement this week. 
Buying ol cpedal etocka. parOcalarly 
in the public utility grpop, alao re* 
oetved onnaktorahle ta^Uta^ tnm 
merger rumon. 

Intemattooal Telcpbone mn up 
7U polDta to a new hlfta Tvoaid sttioe 
the atoek split up at 107, closing at 
106 H. American Telephone cloaed 
7% pointo hlfber at 3M^. bat waa 



ifOU a fbw poiiiU ait.W'& 
IhlihaL Oranie OBnaniw mn up mye 

tlwD e pateli: Araeriean amelttng 

and Anaconda racti rl'Tned .itnn:* i 
point* higher, and Keium-jU uikI a 
I-"* ot.lii-is .i(Jvaiu'i-d ii p.iiii! oi two 
i NfW liiKh ffi iirds wric i'MAt>li.-,hrd 
; by Oomoluldri-ii i i^,-, i < .d-. 

[ Worth Anieihiaii and Ainrritan 

iVonr * Ught, but acme of the galna 
oat dom by reollilnc. Mew blgti 
records also ««« eetftbUahod \>r 
cicneral ESeeMe, Underwood and 
WoetJnghouae Hertrlc. R. H. Macy 
ran up 13 points to a new high at 

\2\7- and cloKt-d near tlte tBp 

.puiiiiA (.11 u i i.hj|ji,- ,-,r saiea. 

luvjsUnn.t rails v-i-vf^ again In 

KiMxi demand, wub Aichian and 
jChe«ip«-iikp v obla x«aalili« asw 

I high ground 

P^reJifn fxrhan^f ttidtn^ wa-, 
quiet, with Merliiig sllghUy flrmer 

'drawals last week 

Buying of convertibles, which haa 
D«n at record leveU aU Uili week 
malntahwd Urn ipeotw:ular piar, m 
tod"y'» bead nmrlEet. and lour issuer 
Aoid at new U«lt prloM m Uw rtoeka 
for which they m ccataaimaUa 
climbed. Taewuo 

Internatlooal TU^ilm 4^^ tod 
the advance, cloalnfl g potaita hlrher 
Jl.'iL ^«rtc»n -Z^jepbooe 4H'« 
Jnlahed at 147 ^, for a net gain of 

I30H. and Mlwouri Paciflc su-g 

" ^^^^ '^'^^ft " 

potot Mow tha t ngure for no change 
irom Friday'* Oaal. 



WHEAT MARKET 
liULUSU AliAIN 



(.lENfcK.VI si'KII\rnE BUT- 
ANUTUUl CLIMB 



rtae 



That 



' ky (ka FMl «a 
Thoraday * 



I 7><% and 8;^ MORTGAGES | 

V We have on Itand m the preacnl time a lew very Attractive mort- 

I aa3'8%f°'^ bearing infieecat at 7M% | 

■ The^e mnrtRaRr^ are praced on new and« modem bnanlowa ia the ■ 

choue^t parts of the City of Victoria and the Oak Bay HttflidpaBty. ■ 

I II tho^e who are dr«iroua of increasing (heir income conaistent ■ 

I wdh safety we iHronnly recommend this clasi of invrstmenL W 

We shall 1 <• k'l ! I' ,'' • 1^ Erivi- fiiH irfr.rm»ti»n on rcqneat ^ 

I • MOW [ (..AO!' l.iKl'ARTMENT I 

I PEMBERTON & SON . I 

^ Phonea 78 - 388 EaUbUahcd 18b7 625 Port Street ^ 



45% Dividend 

It Fnrcrast for Home Oil Shareholders, 

OUTWEST should also be a wonderful divideml paver, 
with proposed progTWin^ nf FIVS WBLL8. 

BxcetlettC Proireu oa our No> 1. 

Applkatloaa f«oefved op to Jniy 2, for PraBlttni A tt ot nieat i |SM 

NEXT I8SUB AT ADVANCED PVAe 

NEWMAN ^ FYFE 

612 Vieir Stravt PhoM 4M3 



MUM OHmi. ... 

A-n Cm. , 
Am C»r * My. 

ftw. Power 
Am. fliunm .. 




AUSTRALIA rin'l NEW ZEA! AND 

BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES. 



P*id'dp CmpltmX . 




t«s-aiJ 

aa?, 600,000, 00 

39 BOO OOO OO 



»f Aunnluiui BMMaf aealaawi Voal ae« elbw rnenan CnUU aiiwwC 



aionec •rntir. 



Buy Mines for 
Profit 



(liat leading mining stocks 
arc now being purchased for a profitable 
turn on a more active market. Let us give 
you our recommendation on both Toronto 

.ind \ in- idivrr stnrk';, 

H. E. Hunnings & Co., Ltd. 

A Camptete Bralterate Senrlee 
Mcmbcra Victoria aAd Vaacomar Stodt Bxchaacea 
I-ort and Br68d Streets Ttlapbona 6100 



A Contrast 

1897 . 2.Bf% 
1929 - 5.00% 

1 or over thirty year* befon 1914 faiereat retoma on Canadian 
i^tna were conaMently lower than the yield now available In 

ifto? approtimaielv fl.wnoo Dominion of Canada 5<KYwr 
.'■ /"r 1 'rhfniuie* werr (.u. r<i tn London, England, at an aveface 
I rice nj £01:10 5 to yield ZM%. 

'n the cycle of^nvetiment changr« inlerril yields of Ctnadian 
>>ondi have been raited to a rate aaauriug an attractive taoona. 
I'ypical nf ihe hiirhrat ffnde of aeenritiea arte 

CANADIAN NATIONAL RAILWAYS 
l orty-Year 5'. Gold Bondt. Due July 1. 1969 
f I ncondilionaily QaararOeti fcg (he Damimen of Canada) 
Pric«: 100 and Interest, to YlaM S% 

lntrre«l roupon* nr rheque« may he faihed at Mir Sr;tn,h nf 
thr i:"jnaHiiin Rank of Coinmprrc in ( inaH* ^^'llW'■.n [ ^rritory 

r \, ry'r.' i ■,^ ■! !n >iit !-,iri;r 

We sh«M be plea^rd tn adviae inveslon regarding the adVBB- 
tage« of thu nPfennR 

A. E. Amaa A Ca. ' 



Wa IflfHe In<7nlri«a 
b waiseia at Mia f ii il H iataya, 



Am. Sncar 

SttOL Tok 

Am. T»l * Tel 

Am TottAi^cn 
Am ToOaccn B 
Am Wtmlrna 
Anu-nnda . , 
Armour A . . 
A«d Drr Ooodi 
AUkdUc Qalf , 

aujiduc atnanr 

Atehiaon 

Aubttra Uoiora 
aaltlBor* * ohia 
Binior * AC ft "k 
Barnidkll "A- 

"-■■ntiMi Manhftt 

r«ium«i A Arit 
Calumat A RmIs 
C«n Drr aintrr Alt . 
CanadUn Parlfle , , 

Oprro D« P«no 

OerUlB-tM« Prod- ... 
CiMManka * Ohia... 
OhhL ot. WMtm ... 
chto.. KfL * H. p. ... 
out * WorthwMi ... 
OhlF . a I * Pae. 
CTiryilT Mntor 

rnncotnum-Nklm 
roln Fuel 4c Iran 
rolunbli Oai 
Cnl Onph'oaa Co 

Coin n»» , . , 

Cont Mnrof 

Pprr Prodiiria . 

' r j'-itil* m«»l 

I'ljiiUs Arro 

CMtvifon CtaMateal ... 

OUPOBt Powdtr 

KMnaa Kodak 

■as. P«w«r 

Bm. Btsnaa Bait . . . 

Bkwla'n Wh. a'rr 

an* 

Pamout 'nmrtn 

PDundauon Ofl 

Poi Pltoi "A" 

FlrUchmaan Oo. 
FTMpnfl, Tnaa 

()«n«ral Am. Tank 
Orncral Aaphalt 
Ovnirat BlM-trir 
Ornfral llotora 
OncrBt nr. aiina],,. 

OoM Dort 

OMOffkb HoMtr .... 

oraaas-Pafeo 

Oraakv 

Omt MMth. Ora . . . 
Oraat Narta. pM. ... 
OL Well Sucar ..... 

OrMne Oaaanaa 

Ouir Btatro 8Ml 

H'>o»U>n Ol! 

Hnv* flound 

Hudson Motnr . ... .. 

Hupp Molar* 

TtUnnl* Central 

tmp^Tiat OU , ,. 

Inapirallan 

int Ooeib. aat- ...... 

Int, Harvtfllar ....... 

lot, llatab afd. 

tel. Pamr 

lai. r*u 

ttit NItkfl 

ln( T't ft Tel . . , 
Jf•^tn MiL.-MiV 
Knit i ■■ J nnuth . . 
KflTlpato*' 

StnnMoil Copper , 
al4lar-Kj4lo 

L#hl«li V»"*j ., 

i»ui« * ^ ih 

Mark Truek -. 

Harlaad OtI 

Marlin-naekevll — 

Maftac Co. 

MeKtean aiitmrt 
Mtd CoQl-Bl Pat* . , 
Ulaa- Paefla 

MtM pacin* pta 

UnnitoiBfrr Ward . . 

Nath U einn 

NatiBotI Biaeun 

Natt Oaah aw . . . 
ttatt, Dairj Prod 
Hall Powar * LtthI 
N T Air Bpabi! 
IforfoU * W«ti 
Ifnrth American 
Ifwrlhem Pai-ifir 
N V nrniral 
N V . N n A nart 
N Y . Ool A W«t 

Packard MiMaC 

Pan Amrrlraa "B'" 

Paibe Mm 

P#nanWanl» R M . . . 

Ttrr Karmalta 

pbUllpc *^ 

pime fanu..., 

Paataa Oa 

Moaaie AM. ... 
MUb 9m. el .. 

MBMB Ok 

Ra«to 



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MS^fl 
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WDmipBo, Jiuaa at.— wheat: 
Another buUUb wbaat tnastat waa 
aHmswid tethv vttb prloea aUmb- 
lar over *9 oenta atom TVtday's 
rin<.r> 'Hifre waa sffain feoeral 
buytng- oad alao rood 
buyni;; i>! the .July exporters and 
exp(rr. ^jii.v. (,r Canadian wheat 
ovpr iiIkIiI wt.^ placed at over one 
iHiilioti bU:\hc:ii ma^tly To Brltlab 
nilUcrj The P'ree Press publlahed 
■1 rrop report lliu mornlrut. which 
was constnied oa tmlliah and tiacked 
up tbe condition report Iwned by 
the Pool niuraday night. The 
wheat crap wma ah own to be ten 
dajTB late and headtns out on very 
abort straw while considerable dam - 
aca had taken place from dnmght 
firast, insects and luxurious iirowth 
of weeds. 

Coarse Grains There was good 
export bll.Kln(^^ ronflmied In both 
oats and barlcv but rye was vrry 
dull with no demand. Oata cIoskI 
% to higher, barley % to IH 
higher and rye % knrar to 1 oent 
higher. 

Flax Thl.s market was strong, 

rio&ing: 2'i to3'« higher, 



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fcldBka *e are gotac ts have a re- 
action before the fourth of July 



SHARP RISE AS 
MARKET OPENS 



Tbe atreet thought wa were goLnji ttTRENOTH IN 

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I'nitlt I itklrit; [>r«eliipa — 
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rataa. It thoughi »«■ *<-re going 
to have a severe money pinch in the 
nmnth tA June I believe the iitr<H t 
la going to be Jii5t as wronv iri 
\oek!kD^ for a n-actiun before July 
4. as It waa wrontf on the other 
two points. Do not exp*vi the rail 
loan rate to decline until aCtn Jii]\ 
4, as ttiere is a lart{f deiiumd N't 
currency over tlie holldav Tum 
money, however will cominuf i^i r.vxTV.ti uix-ue d lUiy ply hig her due 
derilne. and thlJ> curren* ptmr.r it Ni;.-ipected Strength In U»«rp0Ol 
advance will continue until it l»a& »xi the bullish oooatnielioa 



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tJTVfPoet— open. 3S to t% hUliar, Claat. 
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3 Mar.. iai\i Ko. 4. Iim: Ko S. lD4>4i 
Ho «, laMl. 7SH-- track. tISS 

Data— 3 O.W . Sl^; I C.W . ■ extra 
He. 1 (Md. 47%; I feed. 45<4. 3 reed. 
m%i rCMtttM. 3V*«: trark. Mi'k 

Barley. He- s cw . 7j-. . 4 cw. 70', 
rrlKied. «a1l; faa4. <». trark. 71'. 

Pla« Ho. I aw.. 3IIS 3 CW. 314, 
lOW.SOm; re-Jeelt^. iBiS 'ra.k 31.' - 

Clofing Grain Qttoiadons 

t9C Boed rorporallon. Ud ) 

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September 130% MS 44'. 

DreatnScr U«H n<% 47 



VICTOKT AND WAS LOANS 

viCToar i.nA»». ah^— tax paza 

Inicrr4l due But Sell 

OSS, let Mar A N«v ....... IDS M 101 I !t 

ISI7. lit Juae * Dao tOl.n l««.3a 

waa LOAN. rax rasa 

ItSI, lat Arr A net , ••,«• ft 10 

1137. Ill Mar A F?<^pt . . .. IILli Ul H 
iParablB :ifw Vftrki 

vicToar uiATv. s^% 

l^33, lit M*T A Nov , StTS 100 14 

1014. 141 Mar A Nov 1«) 40 IDD Ml 

DOHIKIO?* l-OAm 

1IO. 11th Apr A CXI. S« tBOO lOStA 

i»40. i4t liar A Sept. t'i% una 

1M4. IStti Apr a Oct.. 4<«% U » 

1D4*. lit Pab- a Ai» . 4H« •4 40 

19»4. let P«b. * AW. rC-HR.). S% 

1SS4. laui Mar * awt, (o n.r-i. 4h« . .iskL 

1057. Ill Jao- A Jtttr <C NJt l. 441l -.tttl 

Add aorrued inierHi to data; 
IBIT, 34 da*a. 3«3 per 1100. 
liSS, 1SS3, 1B34. 97 dayi. 8M P*T tlOl, 
ItU. 73 dara. 1 000 par ttM 
1144. 73 da*t. »00 per StOO. 
1044. 144 dBTi. I im par •IM. 

Brokeraae rate oa TWter? and War 
Loaoa. la of la. 



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Many women In diartty wvda of 
tnstlUitiaos through this country 
wera onoe .women of independent 

meaiu. 'Hils M an appalline fact, 
but Is true neverthelea* 

Some ot thcne people have bv^n 
beggared thmuffh fnstKl- In all too 
manv ol-^px rhlldr»Ti have fslird U> 
pmvulr f ' T t heir mni her;. . TTie 
mother ol a prominrnt New York 
knksr m aa Inmat^' or an Inatita- 
tkn Tipatatfa. In her youth ahe 
never thought of the Inevitable rahiy 
day. She. had been brought up in 
lux>iry. and had married a faaly 
well-tA-do menbaat. Bad manage- 
□lent rediMvd htm to k mere suh- 
■IsteDcse and aft^^r lu: •i-'-^'ti ahe be- 
ciune estranged from her own fam- 

uy 

T^^rf are many eum tike this 
one The*e wnmen ae*>m to tt;f> 
vtrLlms of drrumstAnoes. but If ther 
had only bsan taaght to prvvMc 
early In Ufe fir the vteiadtudca of 
lorkune. if Chey had paid a yaarly 
sum In toward an anntitiy or put tt 
awar In tnut^ therf wfKild be no 
need now to f f r r In wan f and 
prtvation- Thr time '.o tJiink abo«it 
this Is when Ihe grywe han^a high 
Yeaia afterward, it w too late. 



Whaav— 

Jul» . .. 
fle plan bar 



been eatabllahed aa t^s greateat 
single swing in the current dull 
market. 

Curb Secuiitlas — Xttematfonal 

UtmUes "A" stock oonttnue to be 
reoomipwided In the low AO's. This 
company ta scheduled to be com- 
bined wiLh American & Foreign 
Power, and three other Interna- 
tional DtlllUes after the "A" stoofc 
has been retired. SIslar Staotrte 
Oorporatloa baa compltad Its re- 
action from Ita nevty MtahTtthed 
record and Is starting up agaltL 

The real romance of the steel in- 
duslry from this point on will be 
found In Ludlum Steel. Through 
Its control of Ihe Krupp Nlrostln 
Company ihi> company wiH drrue 
many royaities On palcnt4?d nice Is 
which are expected to exceed the 
Income of the partner corporation. 
Royalty oontracts carrying mini- 
mum yearly guanmteea have al- 
ready been daaed with Dlston Baw 
Works, Lupton Iron St Steel, Wcst- 
Inghoiise, General Electric. Central 
Alloy, etc Ludlum it.<wi[ .ihould 
should earn annind tlO. The stock 
II, clu af) -btty It. 

Anaconda "S" new sfeoek la at a ^^'SH!!!^ *" 
new record price. If you are able 
to buy It belov UO today, do ao, 
and buy Bethlehem Steel, while It 
la within the range of 111-114. As 
for ■•Don't*" don't sell your Colum- 
bl a Otwata ny J-fup !dd uatcea 
bla Gas at any flmirf tn thr Wv— 
don't ."ell your Ani' ilfViii A- F-irelRn 
Power untU it hI least makes a 
new high record, and peafarably, 
not until It IS above 150. Doht 
International Telephone A Tele- 
graph imtll range of llS-US has 
been retarded. Continue to buy 
Missouri. Kansas & 7>xas, now 
that It hafi pa.<u->ed into new high 
ground, and don't sell it in the BO's. 
A few dayji aso vfm were nd vised 
to buy ChlcaRo A- Nciri hwMl,ertv. 
the advance was Kitted, buy tt 
under M, Pullman under tbe same 
figures. Buy Pacific Oas Ac Deelrlc, 
now Rt any figura under Ita recant 
lop of 71 5-8. As prevlotisly advised. 

Corn PrciductA Reflntng is going In- 
to Bianrturd Brand Inr Pennlclt At 
P'Tfl Is KotriK Into Postum; t>oth 
.ir-.' coiiiR niurh higher In price Be- 
lieve that today wlU provide the 
last opportunity for the purchase 

of Bnrf> Vi'.irr.rr bflnw l?n <r; hijv 



plaosd on Tha Ftm Piaaa rtport. At 
t^ outrfda flgiD* pttaoa wmw anamd 
aosntatalihar tbu ttoa pcvrtous 
doaa and up • oaalB tor tha laat two 

daya. 

Heavy prcllt taktatg daealopsd on 
the baie 90ta and whfla ttMr* was 
irifinstloti at t2ia taafc. salsa vara 
absocbad fsnartcafaly anO. Crop 
rsports fran tha Amertaai^ and 
Canadian NorUunst ware scain 
bullish and wtth wea lh s r vmsraay 
dry and warm. 

Forecast waa for gMMally fatr on 
both sides of the Una over the week- 
end. Harvesting In the southwast Is 
making good p rogre sB now and 
niovement of Winter wheat ts In- 
creasing. Export demand waa active 
for Saturday, with salM in all posi- 
tions ****ni*M at Boo.ooo to soo.ooo 
bushels. Itia outlook sull appean 
buUlah to OB and we believe prices 
via. vwk naloTlaUy blclMr. 



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Latest News From 
Wall Street 



iBranaon. Brnvn A 0» . Ud > 
SD'jtlirni CiUifr-mia Edison de- 
olarrd retfular SO cents quarterly 
common dividend. psyaWa August 
15. record July 30. 

Crown Zelleihach Corporatlco de- 
clared regular qtiarteriy dlvldand of 
Sl.50 each on cooverUble la rfanad 
and Series "A" and "B" pi a reiaiius 
stock, all payable Bsptsnitsr I, nc- 
ord August 13. 
New York Cmb Exchange mem 



.MORvrNti .«;to< k i.fttkr 

<R P Clark A Co 'Vicicna' ltd 

Allegheny Corp w under .I'.mdy •j;™'^: 
accumulation. Thtt hoid iic cim\- 
pony owns substantial blocks of 
Chesapeake Corp.. Chesapeake vid 
Ohio Railway, Erie common. Wheel- 
ing and Lake Brie. Nickel Plata and 
Boffalo. Roobsatar and Pittsbitfgh. 
and is supposed to be extending Its 
ownership of rallro«d securities. The 
ndvance In the rails Is devticphig 
hlowly. but Is soundly baaed, with 
t'ver>- prospect. In our opinion, of output 0 
brromlng more aggressive and more , Lnjcita 



of 

». 000 over previous mle. 

Bangor Anostook Railroad de- 
clared regular quarterly dividend of 
8fl cents on oommou and tl.lb on 

na^i^e. Pulflo Uagr. net after 
taxes. $3,538,750 n. «li)».7lS in 
Hay. 1931; five months, tlS;MS»6 

vs. »13JI14.5M. 
Ford Motor aggregate June 36 

DO Model "A" can and 

■* uiiTh rtailT record 
widPApread a litUe later on rh- c M Keys, president of Curtlse- 
prolir-ukind whirh roilnwrd the Wright CorporaUon. sold he fiX- 



[vectMi t7 dntdend on Olasa "A' 
xtock t'^ f^i-med this year, with 
margin U' xrnrr Said there was 
not tbe &ltght#«i probatMllty offer 
would be made to Air Transport 
oompaates to enter Ourtlaa- Wright. 

Amaileaa P stP ul s uiu dtaaetors who 
were halted tn thalr attempt to 
brine atoui Toiunlaray "tym oil 
oouorratkm fewo sumttaa ago by an 
nnfa^hrabia eptnloo from Uie 
Attomey-Oeneral at Washington, 
yesterday answered the Federal Oil 
Conservation Boftrd with a report 
invcAtment < Kaving the plan advanoad by the 
F^vierAi Govenuneafs npissaota- 

tt defied 



dividend annmin.cemeii* pp:irently 
has been abwrtK'l m An,ir.-.iii:lfi dnd 
the stock loolu a£ if ii were ready 
for a fresh advance. Wa opect the 
slow Dptrend tn Ramlngton Rand to 
become more pronounced sbortly- 
It is expected that before the end 
of I92d Remlngtcn Rand will be able 
to develop an earning* power at the 
annual rate of M a r-hsj^ on the 
cnmi.i'm. BaAtman Kodak U behind 
the marltef for t!-.'- invrwtment 
Stocks 

WM.I. STREFTl \fIROR 
\:'.:' ; , ■ Iriikink- ■-,{ 
tru£t.s, bjj Ani*'nr»n inr/rnatlonal _ 
Itefmtoffer u> be miide by I nir^rl uvf wa-i IllegBt 
O0JT>. for Public 8**rvlce o( New Jer- Fedmil law* 
asy vUl be on (iie twsU of one and 
tbraa-quartm for one. When this 
H lefM the bid vlU be raised, 
one or the'blggeBt pubhe aarrlce 
oombinatlons will romprlae ■setrto 
Power and Ughi, NatJooal Fovar 
and Light. American Power and 
Utht and drctno Bond and Share. 
Tha news ni ihr deal Is close at 
hand. Uniu>d Corporation Is still a 
tSg buyer "f c-iMn^hi;, Oas snd oT 
AlUed Po-*' .:b A .lew 

group has uik- r. \>-t , << in Lambert 
and a price of no ia heaird for ibe 
stock. A Aharp advance hi Ytflow 
Truck tt close at hand. OooOnue to 
buy rail •tooka. A Ug bull move- 
ment is ahead in tbe rail group 
IlUnols Central while aa Inactive 
stock, will go higher. The onftnad 
is convertible share for man SM 
aru SA a prrpeiual call 



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Wheats Qpra KIcti Lav _ 

J->^y . . . 1|T • 13t4S» 137 k IfTHfe 

"i '-niMf , urae las a mna m a 

< a>a— Na 1 SMrilMra. Ul%. 3 aw , 
U4Si; I DOT.. UMS-. « Waiai. IISHI • 
Ml • vSaali «Vf faa*. MM. 



SILVER MMKBT 
uamxm. Jm n >gg 

34)«d pn- ooDoe. kfoney 5% per 
cent Discount rates: Short MUs 

6% to ?.'> per een« , Uire* months' 

bUtaSN to f> 7-lrt i>fr rent 

NBW YORK, jum as.— Bar ^hnr 
tt. 



Momaim A: Towiwmd U rtia- 
nlAcant that Mme money in dr^-elorv 
liur an easier ion** uhlrh n^fms a 
bullish Indi- atJon V-r ih.* futun* 

HornWonT \v.-. .Vc belles-*' 
ttia raUro4kd Aiiarr» u lu, Are on the 
venia Of navhig into new high terri- 
tory win oome In for speoulAtive 
aMentton ondor tha lnsiWiimi of 
AOagheny conwatloa. 

J. s. Bacte * On-On modeiata 
tKhnlcal dlna va vould ba ludfaisd 
to gtve i s tai a ud oonstnieUfB eon- 
Bideratfen to UghFgtada 



mREiCN BONDS 

raraaoMi, BreM * flSu I4d.> 

Hi Artad 
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a star tn yon beavena 

She itniyt rd rather see you a 
aODief. 

H** 'tmdrrlyr Why"? 

Rhe TT>en ytni'd only 
around ooce every fifty yeara 



AB BncMh lasgsiliia dellghU to 
tell this: An American tatM who 
had dlmbed Tcewvtus oae bet day. 
gave a 



g) British Columbia PiiUie 
Vtiyty Sociritin 

'.T>'s^!l. r industrial dcvetopmrnt ^nd population, with the »ound 
hnancLiJ i .M)^ of operating compsniea. isiakc Ih^ Ihtac tfillnytng 
issuei II : ..I'ractive inveaimcnu: 

a t ELECTRIC t% Pfd. 

H C I ELKPHONE OT. pfd. 

VANCOUVER ISLAND TRANSPORTATION 

CO . LTD Debsntmaa. Oua IM3»«niiraMai 

BRANSON, BROWN & 00^ LIB. 

C — Msl Bld», Victaris, B.C Ragets Bld«, TwuKHIL W'C 

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•"lerr * aaa al allaat vaacotmr ai«ck nrtiaasa tMaila 
cubaaaa^ aaaitia stock Kzihaoc* 

cm 'M ■ '.au* -n., ■ ■ *,i 



A great many investors 'lave been Uraighled enough to secure sn 
ai: MMrnt .1 Sant^ Baach tan and QoH Um f% Ovnfllstive 

Preierrod Stock. 



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Tliat UttT* is aaipla aacarttr b^tnd Utalr monrr 
Tbat itta e«min«a rittmatea wm prvpared tr liir ri..i.i 

known bole) 
nat Uiart arr VWu >r>urraa o( iDccna 

Tliat anr ptoii;. i atiicn allrcia Ibe proaperltT of Vlctarla aa Vitally. d»acU> 

■.r.i-TFtiet r.:t iTrwperKf H the inveatiir 
n.ti i.ii«;iorr r,t, iht contineni 1* ihet* a ptat of land mora laitllrit lOT tto 

furi'OM-. ot cooiauuai atich a earlat* of auracUona. 

absos vm r«r vsiisr rartmitors 

British Columbia Bond Corporation 

UmKed 

1200 OOVBRNUENT STREET. VICTORIA 
Vanceuver Nanaimo Duncan 

H. E. BOOKMAN, Man.iging Director 
Dtimi Prlean wma aa All Pfiaclpal lahanaaa 

a le MS ajt. ma sum • la saa raL aaaa ase 

All 




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Simpson*s, Limited 



^/'a% Cumulative Preference Shares 
(ftrValiietlOO) 

H.\R\INT,S for year etidin;; J.intiary 31, 1929. equaJcd 

2\j times tluidcnd requirements. 
ASSETS of $1S0 are 4»ehind each share:. 

Price: 100.00 and Accrued Dividend 

}■ i:- ' !■ ff 1'. It 1.,- 1' r- meat 

CHRISTY, HALL & CO., LTD. 

DfTKSTMSMT BAJfKBBa 

Chvistsr-HaO BUI» 



MO VMt toast 



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NEW ISSUE 

' " .SIMPSON'S LIMITED 

6/^% Cumulative Preference Shares 
Price : $100.00 Per Share and Accrued Dividend 

With bonus of one Class **B'* Share ol no par value with 

each five Preference Shares. 

We recommend tha above aa a sound inveatment 
' Purtber Particulars on Request 

Royal Financial Corp., Ltd. 



ns Fort Btrast 



H W MII.LKK Usnager Pb< 

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GILLESPIE 
rtas^ HART 
fnHlh TODD 




FINANCIAL ACflNT? 

BONOS 
TOCKS 



LTD. 



II r o « T 



Two per cent mote interest attrseClL tat iS the sddNiOlul fisk VOftfa 

HUGH ALLAN. LIAIITED 

711 roar sraaar rsoMas snt-erss 



We strongly recommend accumulation of certain stocks to 
hol.l over .1 reasonable period for substantial profits. 

*^MEHAREY, ROE & CO., LIMITED 



Rr.l »*tBla 



IWkealarr 



91.1 Centra* 



GASTIMSON&f^ 



The DM. -^i *^ '- ^ 



INVESTMENT COUNSEL 

^^ nrrt-T bafara. etaraal *ts11anm la raacntUI lo awaaaaatul invaatment an markat 
.radtna and ap«ciilauaa- aealialaa ibla faa* wa ara aUa ta iiea rmt. baeaaaa of 
rur lont in**«l(nenl iMMtaa eKpeflSBWt a MMOS. a m asf ala WS. saMWiS 
TOur tvoldioaa. wtth ileflnite anetWMtaoa If WaM laail. far iMaaSlal* 

and plaaa for future purrhaave 

MASON & UIKSPECKER 

MtBlni ana 4(1 Sreher* 
IHS BVaaS M MemhwB Virtarta ^iwk Kanhanaa 

ntr^i w f-rri]" 111 Ail tyi»(iin» c*B%/itmn ni*hancea 



A Quarter of a Century's 
Record 



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JOHNSTON & COMPANY 

IMS U14 Broad ftvaal 



*'"'^.L''i!!l^a2 FAVOR AaAIN 



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FINANCE - COMMERCE - MARKETS 



MOST LISTED 
SHARES HAVE 

Few Specialtief Ihrlwd 

Uf) 'iiu) A( riimnUhon of 
Lra«ling Favonies Persist- 
ent bui Quiet in Toronto 

S7 i\f> inn STFFl 
UHAff S ATIENJiQJS 



not onfy In Tanada but New York..**" 

Ttu- ttji;irr<iiiUiiii of over tiliW!**""" 
pi.'iiii^ .J] ^-'jiiilHt'! su-f) shares (Jur- I Bc p«Mr * om 

Uj this usur uhuh hold up to 83 (»»w*«« fwr 



mUlKTO WeEKt.T IITDCS RAX.r 



Strong Intrrrsis in New 
York and Canada Report- 
ed Accumulating Inter- 
national Nickel 



TORONTO, June ». — Tmdtog 
daztng ths put ireek hfta been 
Aanotortaed by tbe snlMtantUl 
marklnR up of a few ftp<Ti»Kir« in 
ft cIoMly held market and prrsL-rtent 
IhouKh quirt arcumulaikih nl the 
Ifading favnTiU**. Most, of t!if lift 
ol shares coDttnued quiet. wlLh offer- 
logs limited u BCBliut • waiting 
fttUtucto on ihB put of prospecUve 

AMtrafttlonal Nickel hu htm 
IftvaffWI tar aecuinulatttm. ud. white 
the gMunl pttbUe evtdenUy hu not 
bMOBW entbtued yet. tbm tun 
bMn intlinmi evideneea of «o- 
dWfflffligm. VBSeh li «tat«d to Be 
far ttw wHoaati of atropg tntemu. 



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Undertone of Produce 

Marts Shows No Change 

Firm Offers to Growers on Soft Pratt Crops 
Stref^tbening h Idtz of Orch^idists — ^^gs and 
Batta iUmain Finn 



Therr wa.^ liti> ihaiigr m Lh<^ NdriiLifU lu^ a;iap(at » WM- 
undcruiru a \ne wholf.'.A.p and rf- t.lou.^ly and Are D** alltnwd ^, 

lAil product (uarkL'ia during the the pruBpeotf df Orm prioM ftnd not q b 



FARMERS WANT 
COYOIE BOUNTY 



nm auonaiv 



RrtarMi Farm- 

aad Dcpwtneot 




a two d»yR* MviBton of the Adviaory 

ImWil or tti'- Parmrrr.' InitltUtOI 
held here adjoirin'i-'nt 
today. 

After Bddi<-v'i'-> ''v the MinL^ter 
and Deputy m.h '-r of AartnUture. 

Appiriun. chafrmut of thp 



pttic wMk. and prUee wtEo com- 
pamUTdj itoady and tnd* volMM* 
good. Tlw last ahlpnitnc U wrttt- 
oifelani cleaned up in greM it|« 

snd at rcAMnabte p^1c<f^ 

The cherry market a . r.'.f un- 
settled to eaiy, dur lo t>'av\ rri ripL*. 



bikw Btampeded Into placing onn- board. lUtod Uiafc ht felt sati.n 
tnwU oo a baaU that, in their { nj^t any nHwiiwI o i ilam ll ng 



optnAoo. wtU naturally invite sllght 
loaaee laler on in ihp wawin 

Strawberries onntmuf t.. flo-xl llw 
market and will ■<' nn';; rarni- 
crs &end in thfu shipments 



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(Braaw*. nrm * 0». LM i 



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Ai*'(t Brrwartod 
Aixi'd Brnnrldi BH. 

Aaet). Ltd 

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Oaa Akahol 

Ooairava 

niatiiirri Baairaau .. 

DoTi Siii WMrki .... 

horn Drvdan P»p*r 

41 ** ' Caaiefn ttalript 

PtoreUn Pnwn' ...... 

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lot. Pile 



AdbwiM bU. 
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Corporation of the District 
of Saanich 

S'r DEBENTURES, DUE JANUARY 31. 1959 

\ft (ifhfniurc debt ol thti municipality and cnnditinn of it* "inW 
ric tund* pretcnt one of ihc moit attractive itatemcnis of any 
Rrmh Coltunbla eorpontteo. 

Pica iDT.». TO tuld tmt 

R. P. Clark & Co. 

_ (Victoria) Limited 

Aicad* BtdUfaft W Vtow St K. W. J. Fateraon, Maoagar 




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and ii being reflet i*?ii in :h'- i<^rn The bcrri™ iiavp tycn of eBOellCTit 
marketa by aharp rcceasiona ui , quality and in larger quaottUei than 
prleea. -nie dinlgri who were acavel in tha paallaw yeaia. Baportt teoa 
ia the tarly nuM with oootracu.the KoaUng <)«rultcyom itatotbM 
ara In a poMtkn fo Wtt aoma knsea, the exportattaa of aliMnMmM » 
Is the opinion of ntaiv 9t the lead- 1 right to the maxk and Imtum m 
tag Inrit operBton, aa auction bnsk as ^»er. 
marts in the But taata alumped c.,nii>;.rrd to the trading baHa in 
considerably Local rhpniea of the >ih. r PaciPr ro«:«t c^ntm. the Vlc- 
best quality will be .^e^'n nn ili*' toria b.in<-r iiftncz-c is now estab- 
markel within liip nf-xl lao v*.f\A. Uihed on a saU8factA»ry level. Thla 
dealer! asserted Id the belief of the kWBl Qw awary 

Much strength haji been dispLftyed men, who point out thBt tba roooit 



in Bcdt fnalta, loe^ jobbers $M. 
doe moaUy lo the Winter damage in 
CalUomU a&d the fact that Br-.tt£h 
Oblumbla'B wthnatoi ao far thlf. 
year are a lUUe below the average 

Britlah Columbia 
have long been Ideatlfled 
eoft fruit deal in the 



advanoa eatabltrtud hmptaOM the 
dty oillhic IM oa thg imimI ipnnd 

wi^n jOBWTia pnc BB 
Bgff prioea an ataady loeaDy on 

■elllng end. 



thf actiona of the Oovemmrni 'i 
ruls Lliat have hBndlrai)l.>*-il Ilir m- 
sUtiitp* h.id now been ,rnU*i3 and 
ih'' fullf-i I. • (.iwralicn lK"»eeii th*" 
□'■prirtniriii and the PXCtuUve coro- 
mitlee u* i-xix't ted In the futtire. 
Mr w. J Bonavta. uperlptendent 
of MatttyttB foB the Pimtnoe. acted 
as SBcratary of the two-day menni^ 
UBta tba appotpttrntnt of Mr. a. b 
amth aa s a md ai-y. 

TO mCOBTOKATK 
The board dedded tt would pro- 
ceed lo Incorprirate thr eTemtiv 

ooaimlttee fer'.i.-iK luu! b" '^-^ ti"U>t{ 
a better meth'Hi of handUnif ii^ '>viti 

affairs and dlrrctinR lU. nwn rxroi 
Uve would be 111 force. I>rellinlnary 
arrangementa for incocporaUoa were 
eoinpletcd at this morning's seosloni 
A rosohitton was passed m which 
the exacuttve ooaunltsee expreoied 
Its BppraelaUon of the service 



both the btvtng and „ 

pcrmtori who ] storaga hekUngn are below tho.se of 'ZjA^^y^ Jum'ttiley ud 
tlfled in the|a tbbt ago. bat the ahlpptng move- ^S^'S^'^yJSeJ^SSfltSdttrlng 

thotr term of ofOee. 




PBBlfle I OMDtg BSpOMr toMBVr* 



Nmiiiiii TO 

HAVE SPORTS M 



mmm post 

PICNIC MONDAY 



Third Anand Qathertng WID Take 
riace at WUewB Beaclt— Aa&ple 
Sporla Fracraauae Arranged 



Friend 

or Specialist? 



When t h«r*' ia work fnr an errprrl. Jo 
•end fur 4tB. inexpehenoeti rdaiive or bieMd 

»«or>iginiiilhl> 

A^nimatcring an estate a UnV for « 
trnat eampusf. Theg« is no ecoaomy ia 
ffmploTUOf an MMdoad. B« iroaM faa 
tilled U> rf^rf'ivc Uh- ti-iMn- r-niim'™-ml-i>"iO lAA 
tragi oompanf — tbo iee, m oither case, bdag 
flaad hf Ite Govt whethm ol aa 
nocaior^^tiiiapnrtaTit ntattnr. Will it be 
aa ill iiix tflUMl indiridtial or a oooqietaot 



It 



with oar olhfrr* 



PANADAltoJSr 

^COMPANY 



«tK P«A<n( ^AaiVAMIt 



a. R. B. RJEB 



n. a. 



g. a HTLBON 
TWiOTta 




Are These Profits 
Attractive to You? 



Dwring 1938 BrMih Colombia mines paid 

dividends *m(/iin;inB Tn 17,7% of the groM 
produetioa of the indrntry. compared witli 
«.B% ia 1923. 

' In slit years the mining tndostrr haa assmstd 

5*fur« Our » pf'Mh-.ii o( major iniBi^rltnce IB the 

oomic devclopoMni of the proTinctt May the 
second basic tedastry. 

llanv mining fstocs of rorHt are lelUng at 
attractively low prices Oar Sratistieal De- 
partment has the latest available tafbrmatkM 
en afl BrMati Cotambte nlass, and wfll asslsl 

the prrvifM-rlrvp mT«-<tor lO pIsOS Us aMBSy 

to the best advaataga. 

Miller, Court Co., Ltd. 

htrfntment* 



Tmm*». wtntitfNw. Oa^M*. 



n«towlk. natran. Winniinw. 

I arinkknal atnr( 



VICTORIA OFFICS: 



ftsBd onaai 



BASTION AND OOVBKNMXNT BTft. 
PbOBS gJOQL Ml 

Vm iuu is i. BlC 



TMilh Aanaal rtenir r.r Meftocia 

West OlgBOlxatiort Will Ba 
Held Ne«t Saluraay 

The Victoria V/ent Rrolherhood 
111] hold It-s tenth iinnua! picnic at 
NVumi Douglas Park next Saturday. 
Ttie following coBuntttees have been 
making tha ntetosBry arrangamenU 
to assure the picnic betng a suooesa : 

Reception committee. Mr. A Wit- 
ter. Mr. P Mnntflih Ur. J. Hall 
and Mr f 1; A I If. ! i.i nfleld: ^rts 
oonunittee. Mr. A. Bishop. Mr. A. R 
Booper, Mr. O. TdMV aad Mr. F. 
Campbell 

Bu.-;*-. will leave the cAmer of 
OBlhcnne and Wilson Streets for 
Oh park at 1:45 o'clock. Tlw vorU 
procramme will conmenoe at 9:tt 
O'idodL After supper a batehaii 
gamo wm be held, after whlrh t hTr 
will be community singing. The 
sports programme is aa follows-. 

Boys* race, ali yean and under; 
glrla' moe. ilx years and under; 
boys' rare, wven years lo ten years; 
gtrls' race, seven yearn to ten years; 
aack race; skipping race for glrl.^; 
married women's race; thrae-logged 
race : cigarette race ; tng-of-wa r 
single vs. married <ladlsst * tog-of - 
war. ilngle VS. auurtod (men); boys* 
race, twelve years and over; giris* 
race, twelve years and over; egg and 
spoon race, Udlea over thirty years: 
married ladlea' race, over for; \ 
vearfi; Tiiarricd men*' race, under 
ffirf V years; marrted mens' race, 
over Ir-iriv veam: Kellv'^ ,Armv 

AGRICULTURAL DEPT. 
STAFF HOLDS PICNIC 

Leaving the PacUantat Bottdlngs 
shortly after B o^aloek oa Tbunday 
afternoon, the gtafr of the Agricul- 
tural Department ^I'h ihrir rela- 
tives motored to Kf^^.nnr. '.<> 'he 
strawlierry ranch of Mr F w 
White, district hortlculturiAt. and 
held an alfresco SUpper on the 
lawn The Minister Of AdMtlin. 
Hon. w Alkinflon. and Mia. At- 
klnmm, and Deputy Minister J B. 
Munro and Mrs, Munro were prea- 

CBt. 

Immediately after supper, a pro- 
gramnw of sporu ud competitions 
was oarrtod out. Olaae tlnlabes 
wire the role and excitement was 
keen throughout. 

In the goat-mllklng oompetltlon. 
fglaa MOUy Larkha-ni aecund first 
prtH. and In the strawbsKry hulling 
oontast Miss VMat Bnfets wis aa 
easy winner 

The hiiiK^t I'airylng was pai^ 
vocative r>[ tnuih aiaiiaamcnt. ttch 
rompeuuw bad 10 outt einp^ 
empty itrawbsirf bOBBs on his tw 
her haad and wBtk a short distance 
and ratum. Maatsr Oermld White 
wea first, earrylag lOWlwn haUoeks 
perched one atop tha ottaar aptthout 
dropping one 

The hay pitrhlng coniesl vr%3 
won by Mr. J. B Munro. with Mr 
A HourstOD a close second 

In the "bull dogglnn, ' m place erf 
B young ateer a Trxturnburg goat 
was utilised. The bUlj proved to be 
a Strang one, and out «< sbvbb onn- 
pttUoTB. only two gO Bc s eds d in 
^nnrtnff tbo aalmaL Ttrst place 
was takaa By Mr. J. & Terry 

Before leavbig. taaortv ebeen 
were given Mr. and mute tor 
their h o^ttamy. 

Woman Fly» High 

MOLtKR. ni, June » Mrs 
Fboebe Omlte. Memphis. Tenn . 
artatrtx. today flew to an estimated 
hfiHti' f»f -"S 400 feet. clahiiinK altl- 
uit\r record for wOBien. Mrs. 
omike was in tha idr 
five minutes. 



Svarythlag is in readlnea« for the 
third ■TiTi'*T^ picnic of t he Bntannla 
Branch. GanadlB B X<S gtoB. BXSi*., 
1.0 be held at tllO W11l0«l lUMh lO- 

^ i.irge attendance of member<(. 
and tamlllefi w expected 
special street cars have been ar- 
ranged and will leave the comer of 
.Iolin.-<>ti ;\n<i Government Streets at 
10 o clock tomorow morning. Hot 
water will be provided by oOdalB to 
all picnickers betwesn la aad 1 
o^loek by applying at Alan's Pa- 
vilion. 

OoBirade Tom Dempster win act 
ss msgtar of ceTemonlei, aaslated by 
the following chairmen of rximmlt- 
teas! Comrade Jack Blair tnin-nx-r- 
fjitlon; Comrade Pynnn, «pnrli; 
Comrade Pearson, rrfresh-nents; 
Cninrade Have Sheret,. dance oom- 
miltve .Supper will be supplied by 
the bran. h. and tickets can be se- 
currri 1 rom Comrade I>emp8t«r 
Comrade snowden Is m charge of 

"■*«***g via termteate the day's 
pnigraamie, under the supervtaion of 
Oom r ade Dave Sheret, from 7 pjn. 

to 10 o'-'Iock. al Allan's PavlHon. 

The Ouk Bay Council ha-s titranted 
permiARlnn to ur* the Oak Uay Pork 
for the various sportA. 
The profrramme will include com- 

iiouuons In grent vailetgr for both 



Capital Mritticed 
ISy htttiff 
Big Sham liattU 



MOJ-nA units of Victoria, 
New Westminster and 
Vancouver niimberlni; 1.000 
m^n tn :U;. .ir" blvouai k-«i 
Maple Hay prpjmri'd M meet 
tJir (xL^ia'iRht of B Company 
of the Princess Patricia Ught 
Infantry, which wUl lasUtute 
an attack upon Vaaoouror 
Island with the focasslng 
point Victoria. The Prlnoaaa 
Pats will endeavor to take the 
triUde) at the caplUl of Brlt- 
Ish Columbia by f.-tnklnR a 
blow at the defence thrmnjh 
the Mill Bay foruflcaUon 'Phe 
Cariiidian and Britbih Navy 
will take part In the manoeu- 
vrsa which start on ICondur. 
•Itm -attaek** upon Viebaifa 
wlU be the aMol anfbttloua 
war guna staged hf the mili- 
tary aad BB«sl ifg wms on 
this 



EAIN NEEDBD IN WWT 



WDfifiPao. jvut 
of the crop over Western Canada 
dunng the past three weeks has 
been greatly retarded by cod 
weather lAck at rainfaJl. and In 
aome section.^ drying iKlndfl 
basn offset by showen of varrlng 
ta^ortaaee whkih fall ovar the thrss 
provlaoBg this wMk. 



BOUNTT ON O0TOTB8 
After a lengthy ssaslon with Mr 

A. Bryan Wllllama. Provincial Game 
Corrnnuuloner, at Prlday Bftemoon> 
MsMOTi when the farmers snt'ied 
iM h.ivc the seven and a hull di'iun 
l)fr head bounty on coyfil'-- nbtored 
whirr: hiL5 been aboll.^he11 by Mr. 
WtUiams, It waa daaMed u> put IIm 
mattar btfniB the B sw rt a ala l agrt- 
cultmal oanmlUee for a flaal da- 
rliion, 

Mr. WUUaras waa firm tn his 
dedalon, sutlng that.ttu boaalr an 
the animals does not atM Ms pur- 
pose, and does not help to lessen 
the menace. 

Membern of tJie advteory board 
argued . howe v e r , t hn i. practically 
every (amiT ami ^tv>-k breeder In 
the provmrc Wti;- lfi fnvi nf the 

bounty, declaring tiiat when the 
boun^ waa la farce the awnaoB aC 
the coyote ms greatly Iggssniid. 

Mr. A. B. BmUh. the new saerelary. 
statod that ba had reoelved olght 
tBlagzams fnm various avoelatlons 
whlcb reqosabad the board to cx- 
pnsB thalr pratast U ths aboUUon 
of the boUB^r- 

RasolatlOBa vara passed by the 
aiBeuttve to ask the Department of 
Agrioultore to consider the ad%x<ia- 
blllty of appointing a veterinary in 
qtector in each district. Instead of 
FtTMlf*^ one from the Ooast It was 
slaUd that If this systam was 
adopiBd* both aMDvr aad tf r^ would 
ba savid. 

Awi^twr ngolutlao was psssnri 
whldi BUtboriMB the booid to tn- 
^ I vestlgata the poaalbUlty of aasistlng 
conununltleB in clearing land by pro- 
vidtag a heavy stumper •and a 
tnolor. 



Mayor C lloude 
Shows llntr to 
^^BeaV' Roulette 



M o NTRSAL. June vs H o u to 
"beat the game" at Mont* i lirlo 
will be demooatrated at uie riiy 
hall. July 2. The Montn>ai oazette 
jays "Mayor C Hontip )m.i invited 
members ^ municipal servtoea to 
attand the demonstraUon to bo 
glveo by a YouletlB OKparL' Tho In- 
vttatlaa sbsfb 1b part: it wUl be 
shown that tha roulafclc wheel which 
makes so aiaay Ttrtlmi' and rataes 
tha flnnniif i l ruin .mj many at 
MontB Oailo, for instance, may be 
easUy 4gNal»d and HniTW il'." 

WAMW OOMIUdCIt liK 

WA6HINQTON. June 39. ~ The 
aavy today awarded ooofccacta for 
ooasteiMttah ol tha Ant 4wa Ugtat 
ondsan of Ita ftftegn andwr bond- 
ing programma to tha PUgX BoUDd 
Navy Yard' and tha BsUilshim ttdp- 
bulldlng Corporation of New Yr>rk. 



Pioneer h D^wl 

VANCt:)LTVEIl June 3B.— Baondyfca 
pioneer and resident of VaaDOttVf 
for forty yeara, Oscar BuRtt^ 
idghty-nlne. dlad at hli 
Twaifth atfitl, today. 
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OA NOT gMlHOSIAgTIO 



BtlJ CATl l I WI N 
Of B.C OKIiANIZIi 



[•rn\ i-.ion il <)mr.T'. \ri- t l-ilni - 

Will Unk Up With .NaUopal 



PARIS. June 'J9 -American See- 
retary of Slate stimson gave Am- 
baaaador Claudel no hope for a fa- 
vorable decKiofi on the n«nch 
request yesferdai' for postponement 
ol maturity of the French debt for 
Am'TKAn war stocks, it apiftared 
uxiay. at a meeting of the cabinet 
which c onrt d er od 
del'B dispatch to nply. 



WHIP NEAR DEAIH 



Jtme Rope ha;, 
been abandfmed for the recovery 
of William J McKe*' <",ne itme whip 
of the Ltberal Party in Ontario, who 
miiilii'Tl ul]f■o^.scl>lll.^ thrcuKh Ihe 
nutht, Ht'-, Wltc. Mary rinhry-nne 
expired early laM ni({ht Heart di»- 
I given aa the cause of her 
Mr. MoKaa wm aMofegn In 

attka 



K.\\nx>OPS, June 29 — That 
British Columbia should link up with 
the Natkmal Beef OatUaman's As- 
aoelallon. now In propsai of organiB- 
atloo. was decided on at a well- 
attended meeting of those engaged 
In (he industry, all the rattle-raliing 
seotlons of the prvvin-e including 
Knmloops. Nloola, Okanagan, LU- 
looe-.. Cariboo and GhflOOOa MOlg 
repreftetited 

The meeTinr. which was held In 
the city halt, and presided over by 
B. B. Belmer. of the Nloala lAke 
SDoek ftoms. passed a reaotaitkn to 
form BD Bgelosive bagf csiUaBenli 
aaodatloa and affiliate with the 
natloml aaaodaUon, ormanlutlon of 
which la to be effected at a meet- 
ing at OBlgary on July 8 

Artlidas of incorporation and eoa- 
sUtutlon and by-laws were drawn 
up and pa.«spd and provLvion;*! nf- 
flcem to act until the fir^' general 
meeting were appolnf^ii .i? follows: 

President. F, B. Ward. Douglas 

Uikr Cuttle Company: first vioe- 
president. Henry Kosier. B.C. CatUe 
oompaay. Obbob Ctodk; aaeood vloo- 
prmidait, R. H. HMaMr. maala Uk» 
Stodt Farms: directors, K. C. Car- 
son. M.L.A.. Pavllloo; t. P Ouichon. 
Quilcttcna; Joe BuUman, Waatwold; 
p F. R WoUsston, Coldfftream 
flBBch, Vemon ; Oeorga nnlek. 
Kamlc>op!> .s H Fanner. CUnton. 
A. W. Duck, KBmloopn; A W. Mc- 
Morran, Wesiem f^anadliin Ftanch- 
ing Company. Oang Ranch. Oeorge 
W. Challengar. Kimlonpg. was ap 
pointed acting seortlary. 

DalBgaMs to tbo Mottonl Baef 
Oa tt to a wtfg AMoelBtlOB Mgttac at 
Calgary war* aj p n l irt ad as fODowB: 
p. B. Ward. Bmiy E e gter . tL. B. 
Helmer and A. W. MOMogna» wBh 
p K. R. woUastaa aad J. fT»minai 

a-^ altjrnate^ 

MAVOB t^AAOR ( AN'niDATE 

IX>NIX>N. June 79 TaruHllan 
Pri-« Cable' Major .'itii.p-* MUnrr 
deputy lord mayiM' of Leeds 
and laail MlMtar, has been choaen 
as l^bor nanillilstii in the pending 
by-«leetloD ia aoalbsaat Lasda Stt- 
Hsnry flOasigi 
dIdBte la tht 

tothb 




SOUND AUCTION BRIDGE 

By WlUiUK WHrmiEAD 



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rrnNlE B r- Jnne 29 Two 
bams belonging to the Crovfi Nest 
Pass Coal Companv. ittaaMd at the 
Ooal Creek Mines wvre J a mujoj by 
nre earlv tj^u momtng Oa aooount 
of transformen being barpod out. 
rlaaina fans arond lh» 
outoCorta 



DI«Uni-tien Brtwctm Take-OaU at 
AacMsa aad Caatraet 

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TORONTO. J'lrir TC flow a 
seventeen - vrar -oM T'Tont" twv 

p^^lyr*^ Mnce infsnrT and unaftle Nf> Tnunp as la Aaelion 
to wnie. diriated hi» matncuiaiJon - » • • «- - 

eaaminaUons has bam dMeribsd by 
Premier Howard ntgusao. Be bd- 
Bwarsd ma sst tn — Ms tha la aam m of 
the provincial regMrar BOd k aa- 
ptetod 10 Ottato 



This deal well Illustrates the dla- 
Linrtion between the rule for lake- 
ouu of an orlimal No Tnirop at 
Auction snd at Contract Wit.h but 
few enrpiinn.\. ibe rulrjt (or take- 
outs are the same in both games, 
lbs most Important eaoeptlon Is 
tha* tn Contract, tha latomalag 
oppoosnl paaata«, a playar dbooM 
take oBfc partBsr^ aoa Mo Tnmv 
with Bay five card suit. Major or 
Mtear, as good as a defensive Wd, in 
order to keep the bidding open and 
at the same tlnw advise partner el 
at least avrrage high card support 
By defensive bid is meant any btd- 
abif tiiit of five or more cardj 
heartisi by one and ooe halt Qulck 
Trirk.- or If beaded by bvt oaa half 

Qul( k Trlrk thSB WMh Bl IBOA B 

iidp (^iick TrtfA in tha taaial 

SsiJSiM'T rorTT» or -rwa aiDDinn 
hartina Ibddlnc A' Aiirrirui. 
North has no re*.v>n. ♦■iih^r iH-^rn- 
tjnnaJ or rt»h»T« 1 -if rl Lsturb 

.Sritilh ' » Nr. T»ij:-np 

r«ntrart Bidding, i^^ith bid rwe 
Ills dls- 

uusiuaa. la a dlsUoct No 

Ttm^ typCh «Bd whUa bis 
«ard Unagih of a l-d 4 
ttoa ta bat two salts (Bpadsa and 
Dlamondi) be has a third w:t 

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CAPITAL 

(or 

MINING UNDERTAKINGS 

InHudtnal or Public Utility Com- 

f <tmcB wishing to raise additional 
unds of from £50,000 to IMXLOOO 
for dcTclopmantB aad aatenglBBs 
by meana of Bond m Share Iosbss 

an IhtH"! ■' ■ ■- ti- with 

BYRNE &. LANE 



74 Lower Laaooa St., 
Dublin, Italaad 

ITNOKR WRITING ANP* 

i,sriNt.i ui' tAi-iiAi 

For Ai>pio%-c>l Industrial and 
Mining UndertaUafB 
i3TrAJU.ii<nni taSI 
Th* fsflllti" •■ ' ' fi'^i 1 ditMMat fov 
bsAdltiUl Boriri I'* v-lti ii» atlst- 
BUB ol vapmw •oaU* it l« potthsM 
•ucti UMsa assa twrna vkiia ass «ary 
Iftvorabis a 




^yol^ aiul Uci'iuoirfl flh 

tka anraevaa Market w* __ 

laas MOB ssptet <n ptwmmtm %m ««t 
iovmUm eltcau Bsch wMk, aad la- 
du«« stfarUH* vbleb vs asBTS W at 
A four MS* pratpasuis lit* sMi) wtn 

ooit Btsair (SM> IMM Martf* at 
aU fbaMsa. vnta isr Ml 



STERLING 

pacifk: 



BsVMta< ts b4 

Inr i>T mtddle of 
Jooa— ^uUy naaaead 

sUD tha larr*^t in-, 
iifgiiilfl acreaga 
Mte oB TanMT Val- 
ley otroetBra— a p«r- 
alatant BBi hmff 
trader. 

lu for detail* on 
popmlar gtedfc. 



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\p'-^f^ ,1,11 (Ohthg) k eaa a 

lh*n t *-o rard-*. 

North .s dl^rribiition. S-4-2-3, is nf 
a suit type and on* with whlrh 
trick more fthould as a rule be ' i'l' 
at a suit tnunp than at Mo Tnim^ 
FwthBtmoBa, whtiB Maith'a high 
oud TBhiOB (ana aad OM hair «dek 
Itlaks) ara tosofMoal to amiss an 
orlglnBl one BO Tnanv. they are 
BOqite for a take-out North ihere- 
tora Uds two CUibs. following Went'ii 
pass, to Inform South that he lioldn 
at least the average expectancy of 
high card support should South'^ 
values Ju-itlfy s No Trump re-hid 

In rcspasue to North's Club take- 
dllt. Soalh bids but two No Pnimpn 
UBwUUog to risk a game contract 
vlttioiB hoBiIng ttvthv fraa North 
as to ttB aaamai and fMtort of the 

Otnb take-out The re-Md Of No 
Tnimpa by Gouih aasuroB North of 
both spada aitf Bmn pntaoOaa. 
oonseqiientjy Ndtth M ttVag Bo 

Trumps 

Twv rtjiT 
West lead.t inlUaUy the 9 <tf :>la- 
NMBMg Which Oouth wlna with the 
g. and B0W starU the astaMlshnwo* 
of his Ohibs. Itao am of wMeh the 
parlaarshlp boidi Iht mos^ oards. 
To the second trick, therefore. South 
leads the Club • intending to cover 
any card played by West, his whole 
endeavor being i'^ keep West 'JUt of 
the lead, ir powible, for fear of a 
shift to IlearrA before iht e«tabh«h- 
DMnt of the Clubs. West covers the 
Oh* I with tha ». South flnaases 
with the Jaeh la Domny, Bsat wln- 
ntoc wtth tha Qaasa. mm aaw 
Wb taurlh baot apadB and 



'w!E 



19 With the Blag. 

To the fourth trtrk 5V«ilh leads 
another I'Xitb V/fx'. . nlavin< the 
Club " North nrnM dufk for the 
reasnn that If FasI hold/ the Ae« in, 
he must make two I'hib tricks In 
any event, whereas it East holds but 
the .Krf alone he ii.ij^l play It on 
tbn fri'* Nn'hinit ran t>^ ssmr-d 
by gutng up with Ut* Club King In 

OUBUBy BBaspg tha poastbtutv tha- 
Weat. holdtog tha Aoe f-7 originaJlr 
hm> hhBBilC dnehad two rounds nf 
that soB, So playad. Bssl wbis the 

f/»iMh tnek with tha OMb An, loads 

another ftpade whiA BlBlUl WtaS 

T'th -he Ace and tfwtrmft^T make* 

hu"; - m'nw-t winruns nin» «> n 
all ail fiTir I ';«moTvt«, !wr, 

fipade* 'href r'ljh* 




Are Yob Sometimes Asliameil of 
Your Office funiilure? 

A concorn i« judpd by tbg faaprgiglow Hi 

office createa. Dooo yoitn rwHect smatt 
up-to-datetMoa or havo you been puttiOf 
off the day of refiirnishttiB and somOtiniBB 
(acl yotiTBeU aabamad of th« old aqiii^ 

■MBtr 



Wo wUh to rtmind yoB llMt aa oAka 
ba fttniiitedi In medom light oak or 
for tMB ttn $300, and wo accept old ^ 
BiOBB flg pggflal 



See us abavt iMg 

hoUdajl 



Up C7^7 lia\itcd 



Prtoten, Stationer-* and 
1200 GovarvMBt Stroot 



Ptimtahem 

Phono 214« 



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TftE DAHVV COLONIST, VICTORIA, B.C SUXDAY. JUKE 30. 1929 



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NIW ERA BOBCKVaS SCKOOL ~ ItC 
BiaiDioi vpcik. nMclal muaal. diu- 
KM iba SunoMr- in HlMiaa-Baai Btaak 

Phnna ' M2- 




tiu iiotM. twi tuavr watnav to aa rt aad 
i.th Pnoat IMdO 



OIRL 



Quadra St 



WAITRKSB 



._ ftaO. Onrla^ atraat Manilni 

wrvlna. II BvenlaiTlM. nibMel. "The 
Prophat Jnal ' Yeu an wakmn*. 

Itoa Wharf Otratt. Tnday at II a-Of. 
Pob'ia tactuia al 1KI d-«i.. aubiart. "Tbt 
Raaurraauoe nf braal- ' Crarrltodr ««- 
r.<Mna. Wa eoUaeUOB. 



CBUKMN HUWOI 



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'J' (••■••••aaaaaaaa 

P , ■'" ' ' -.>.*••«••••(■•■••• 

r' i".''."!*; "■' . ^ aaaaaaat 

„ ' .... I taaaaaaawa 

■ ■ • f- . ,1 . . , ^.»a,a. 

' Pn,rd franlad ...••a»«M*a 

""'AJBr!.:::::^:" , 

Jri'Jl'" "•"■^ a...... S 

• .. • - S 

' ■ H'fK UiararianiHna « 

■ ^'ll^•pJ nnutefl to Baot "^1' 

I'-f. .n Wrtoma t« Baol «l 

''rf .-rMh-l I.^B,, WiAil MS 

iv,.-t.^ -.^,u Hal, „,„ 

Wantart M«i« Rrip ..aaaaa... 

"■"■»-'af.-o,.. , 

Wanl^rt to nr)ri'j« 

W«Q'«4 (o Rujf- Hnoaaa .a... 

Wasttd to Rrfit— riimi»had timiaaa ... 

W'n^ 1^ RaaU-UtacananfOdf 

•••••Hit If, »,f,(_o.*»««.t-*.«i If, 



ram cnvNOB 

oiMaiMn wd rsaiian 

TW* Gtamhil'a Brar.rli 
Tb« iMHr Ohiirrh 
Tlw nm OBsnB of Obmi. arifnuat. 
IB BoilBBt Manaahadstia 

rjudat BntvTon 

1 1 a m and 1 90 ti ni 
Piit.'i'.-t 
"CHRlSTtAN BCUtMCK' 
BvBdar Scttaoi. aBd 11 a.». 
Taatlmoslal Hfallnc Wadn^artay at S p m 

Rcadint Rfioiii aod Lendkiu Library 
»U Bajrvard BiUldlog 

Allan «dl 



YOUNO WOMAN P^*R 
■ ort no ffjiim* Ptinn.- 736(IT1 



U'ANTTD - 
»orK Apply ^^^^ 

U'ANTBD AT CMci^-CMhXLK lUT- 
chao nuud Applr Hr.» ChJvcta^ Julia 
Taa fbiania, IIS Balmani IIoua«i 

Y\'ANTEI> - HBUABLE 

* * iirt ipr •ansml 
Loa. ifastl faaiiMj:. 
Fn«n> UStL 

Vlittorid Hci Mtl. CoJofliat 

ta'ANTr-IV UCNCRAL. SFBVAKI' SOM's 
T * Mparienr* am»i> kunaalaw. ladr and 
AFPly Baa dlM. OalcinKt 



Double Service in 
WamAds 

Votf rsB lelepboae yoar sa- 
iwrrt ss well your cUwM 

a.lircrtiipmenis tu The CnlMfusl 
Kra.Jfrt arc nftftl intetrMrd ir. 
*\ Aclvfrii»riiiriit» ihal -li' 

"<« carry the nainr* nr adilicixi 
Actvcrttacrs, but a Colonin 
"o* oamber. For tiie actum 
wooaiion of tbotc resdcri who 
nod It inconvcBitn^ to write sa 
Aoawfr, and 10 serw lbs sdvtr- 
tiMr belief, wt wXi take rtpHes 
lo Box Kombm over tbs telt- 

pnonc, 

Tfif Colonial Servnf t» avail 
Able ifoin fi J . t ' i I <•« 



11 MO.VKV TO UMUK 

ORUMBTrS AND MORTOMM VnH- 



Uaaaar. Bamatar* Ban 

/ -nNDiTioNAj. f Ai.> M in »rMKl»TB AMD 

' aaivf ii>f It. 'iT 1 ;,a>r>3 PaiSlAS 

Baiv* Co . 1334 b(u«i1 Sttccl 

M^omrr to'ibiui at" Tft~iNTnae>f. 
IB aay uBMBin aMailyMaMMlal. 

fiiixia 'flS 



•-POOT. WHTTT I 
■aruUbad. S draiaara. S lana^ 



KBGsnrN ottssBrR 
«aad. aaruUbad. 
ngaafdk. abalaaa. vMk alaaa b*B 



M 

lt>MI>, |k.bao. Rai*. Y«. Na datay. 
l«Tif - 4m P*iHBar-(i« Bulldla*- 



UJAH - WB H;tVB TMb 
amotiaU. t»aa. ^tJSfc 
"awl's 



Mull BY TU wOAB 

OB amovib gmj g wn at 
rafaa. BBOdtaa laaaa aaaaptod- 

REI9TERMAN. l\>iUiA.N B OO 
lia Vi»w Birrai iTiofi* 

ifcjt 1 KM Mi.)Na) a^ahahi 

taara. itud tmi.fu'ad loijtin 

tlir Roiai fiwx •.uuipaoi Ucitfiwi^L u.' .< 



lOaminucd' 
KORBINO 



HOMK. m 



WOMAN 



ANTKf EXPKRJSMCED COOK HBLP- 
^aii ai frfflalK. let t>otal naar 



WAimDi OOOO WAdKfi. 
Ai alaady tMlOarnaok ABsiy.^ Oaoair 
Uland Sot Dos ■Uad. Baltway ttaue. 



16 



AGENTS WANTED 



OAKLANOK HALL 



1>ORTRArr AOKNTB' - WRITS FOII 
eatoloaua. Uatiad Avt LUMiad. la 
Johp. Tar optB 

RAOlO ~AOaHTB WANm KVSRT- 
Wfaara to MUaApax radln aaU. La«#at 
pneaa ffvar q<joU<l. Wrdal Companr. 
BeatUc. 



17 SITUATIONS WANTED— 



A 



STROnO TOUKO HAM, BUaHTLY 
cTirDiM m Mfl hand, naida warh, la 
hard wnrkar and viUUw 1« da annMaa. 

Box TbaT. ColonM 



'pwo LADIBB AITD tOBXlD VWI AOTO 



la OaUIarnla about Juir 
nM. . 



qiRAJNtli 



noini- cmuHn. BSU aMt bpard m- 

Colaniai. 



'injnxA 



12 WANTKO ro Boajiow 



AiAui or Mso manMD »t m- 
■minillilii laeal boMBaaa Maa: or Mil 
dlisnan «( third inUraai la buMoBB to 
aAlw ar "aMapIni" partnar far 



Uimix NSW UAifAasMDrr- 
raraau m Joaaa 8Mb . phaaa im 



Loan la regtilrad fur additional m|B«M 
and amsU workina rapital It loan ISBBBt 
Ihe aali>« wmild bp r'parahla at tilt Str 
quanat i interaat im-ludt-d at laa ). Bacurttv 
maehlD^rr. rurniturr and aqulpcnanL. lo 
atMtliitPlt nral-clM* rnnduion, valurd at 
tt '.'r>o af Fi drriuciiDa dapranatlnn Aopty 
I 'tancr 111 riiaurrirt Box 174. dty. 



\ 'BRA. P8TCRUTS; A«CIALTT. OUTS- 
> lai aaxiu Adrtcf tin all •oBlaeU. 
PTiona MML 



(al tacina 

Parit*'* aiivndaii 



\*ACATION CAMP PrtR BOVH. UMTTEO 
nuDtbar. loa tatcv Rav, CMm. 
buuiiaas. 



^yiLL A M 



"Bs- real la * 



R YATLW 

A p. (t Mil 



TO EXCUANOB 



OD JOBS WANTED. PADmNO ANY 
tmna, or par: iira«', ataadf rnor.r 



OaJtUndi aoaoal lUll. Hiiuida ear tof- 
Ham. wotijiTP 1pm. sdnRM 

1 P.a < C>D«|>«I R«iv(cr All ara wclirona. 



•Ml 

' mHoKouoHLr rKpnunNcm miudlb- 

» A •cao OM OwarH" vair-i-kutlrr or *a)wl- 
■ardcaar daitraa aiiuaiitin Phonr t^tsl- 



PBACTfCAL CMRturiANITT 



IB. I auoenvr wnrai 

\\'AHTSD "oo-rainc WORK on 

* ( efalebdo raneh. Apply Cathartiw PU- 



Dirmr cbntrb. ns vaiaa atraat 
■fin. OardoB oraiu will aaaafc at Mb 



H 
tl 
41 
B 
1» 
MA 
■t 



BntTBB 

snmni^t hsatlw 

Itnifl M. to Hr. aad MM-XTWar- 



war: 
bn 

nmdar. of Sldnay. B.C. a aoB. 



HSWTQW-At tha Royal JuUlta Raapltol. 
on totnrtsy. Jusa M. to Mr. Bad Hra. 
O S. NtvisB. llti' EvrdtH AvaBOt. a 
danihtar 



? MATHS 

W Etn On Jim' 3n "■- '.nmWf rrnd»ncr 
i 14 Oorrr Rib 1 1 M i r < .■. ri-' Well a It'll 
Wthly-fntn Trar-. a i*tt»r Of Ontario 
ar>d n rfUii-'U nr VKtniia for tba paat 
ihlrt'fii Trnri nj,- i* auniltntd by har 
h'labard, -Mr Jann Wall 

P-jtipri.! -.riicr "111 ba held at Ih* 
T'lomii.n !~i.;iTnl rt'vtn''. IflJS Quadra 
ST'ft or, M'-nJ*». JuW I. al 11 an. 
atl'i ■iiK't' trir rcniair* idl ii<> lakan to 
Klii«(i»n. Oiiiarlu. fur inlarnicnt Mr. 
Wall will accompany ttia body Bait 

•AEMi — Thar* pa wad iway at tha tamlir 
raaldfao*. 7U DUcovarr Mreal. oo Jan* 
ST. Janaa Sakar. a »aD-koa«a raaManl 
Bf Victoria tar Uw poat lUty yaara. aaad 
•aasn^-Qva yaan and ban la iMdaa. 
onUfM. Hd liam to ■ s sfn bla loaa. 
baitdaa hla «UH«. t«e oapbava and fl«a 
niaeaa 

Thr raroaina wID rapeaa at tba abava 
r*tid»ncr ualll Tuaaday mortilnK. vban 
(htv Mil be caovarad to Ifayward'a BO 
Puna rat Cbapil. vbara aarvira* »iM ba 
bald at 9:tS lo tha attamoon. lU* A 
da >, 0«a« Witt afnaUla. MlanMnl wtli 
bt Bnde la Raaa Bay OaBwMr*. 

■kCERY On Friday. Junr 311 at Bl 
JOMph ■ Hoapltal Mr^ En'ily Bmarir. 
aard aiaiy-Hvr yaara biirii in SdUlbUry. 
Batland. and a reaidcnt ol tMa «Ky tor 
tha paat n;»«ntean yaara, latt mldtBa*. 
Kannatb Blrni Saanlrh 9h< It atir- 
"vaij by (iff husband. Mr William P 
r-rrtn and "va ion, Nortnan, at hnmp 
ina luurrat olll laba placa on Tu«adai. 
? a! 3 n>Wk, from thf Hanfl* 

Pvii'tal Chai""] Hr\ o I. Jul! will 

otilrtair and Khr irmaiDi vlll ba laid Is 

r»»i la Hoia Har ri-niairr> 

WTLBON-'At I he tamiU rntlilenoa. tdS 
Oona Jload. on Pridat. .funa 1*. Rnbart 
HhMSSI Wtlaon. aaad Afly-aiaht yaara 
17»a lata Hr WiiHin wa* tHirn m Sdin- 
fearth. Brnttanil Km! h.id rcald'd hrrr for 
immit-tao *aMr- llr i> moumfd br Ma 

widow and nn^ Min niihrri, nf ttiK rlty. 

too dauaMfra. Mr» It nmrtion, -f •,;<■- 

lOrla. and Ura K. T liDt.rri •>! f<aii 

ftanclaco alto tao tiatfi* \r Hrmlatui 
Tha funaral will >ak> [ttarr mi TmhAi^ 
aflamnon. from McCall Ilrni P^inaral 
Homa. at |;M O'clncfe Rav J Bruca Orai 
-iTi eonditat thi Mndaa. aCMv vbisB iai« 
Rirnt wiu to tosda iB itoyBl oSt Inna) 

Park 

WARB-Ofi FTiclaT jiin» ifl. at tha Royal 
Jtthlipp Hnapiial Tharli-a Wair aa-d 
afvanly ntrn- «'ai.. -.il Nlaaara fllrr^l 
Tha lata Mf Wnj- born in Cnaiand 

anfl had rpi>rt''d h*tr for thirty yaara 

, H' II mnjtnfii by lao ilauahiara. Hra 
.1 \ Pnrirr -^t tXk LaKr and Ufl. W A. 
K>i\i. nf Niaaata Btraat; tva aOBt, 
rinMnaa a I rrrlDBlOIW BOi IBi 
W>::;«in. fiF VanrukivCf. BOLi atao B alMav 
ir, Ritflaln M V 

T?.» lunoral wiU Ufca Plara on Tuaadar 
momina at 11 o'clocfc, tram McCall Broa ' 
mnaral Homa Rav. Thomaa Kirv«rih 
Will eondnat tha aamra. attar which 
toiarawnt wlU ba rnada at Ro*, Bar 
OaflwMry iPttanda hindlr omit flowara > 



11 am. aubiecl 
•HONS OP OOD- 
T;M P.m. auhjaet 

"TUB nmnt vatoT' 

■BBdBp BttODl at 11 «.BI. 

on Tttaaday. at t a pjB.. Hra. P C 
Kortar wiU glTa a laetufS to the Ladiaa' 
aiaai oa "Tba DcvalapneBt of tha Body oa 
BPtrltoal Uaaa." Wodaaaday. at I p m.. 
MtB- Kartor BUl Spaak on "Tha Naw A«« 
•ad tba IfaB Raea." Tliurtday aha vlU la«- 
tura on "ttoatory. aa Tansht Tbrouab AU 
Am " Bvaryaoa mtarealad la larllad. 



PBCMBTTBBIAN 



kts. t WOA.* VIetoha. 



W^AKTKD 
>'« haloar 



JOB AS CARPSHTfflt'S 
halpar Bex M«l. Coloaiat. 

rOtU ON OBl ll BBB ~ BMWiO rUB» r 



\\rlNU ON OBUISSB 



YODMO MAM BMCUe POBITtON. 
oCflaa or warabauaa; 1 raara* atodt 
onwa #ltpariei>c«. Phana TIUX. 



\rODTH WlSlIBS WORK HI HOTSU 
Bumiarr wurk rcprrtcnead: rcfamaaa. 
Baa 10QI. c<iiF>ni.-M 



HA PAXNTVBS A\D DRCOBATOSB 



A BBBY — PAIHTINa, KALBOMDfDfO. 
' VpApflrhaaslaa; no lab too aawU. SIMj. 



Bl. Andraw a CTIiurcb. RaV. R. P. B. 
LutirfU. BA Sunday aohoot..t;«S a.n 
Mornlna laivlea '.I Samon. "Tba VaKia 
ot SPirittial Vtiton ' <Prov. nia. ISi. Bolo. 

*Tb)> Trumpat Shall Bound" iPrlndla 
Bcotii. Mr*. P A Buichar Anthan. ' A> 
Pant« tha Hart" >spohrf- aoln. uiat laobal 
Crawford Bventna armci*. 7 id Arrmon. 

Lcaaona Prom a Hebrew Dlaaatrt i Jotluia 
VII. 4 < Solo, Hold Ttinu My Hand" 
■ Bi^aaai. Urt. Harold Tail Antham. At 
SnBa Bra tha Bun Waa Bat" iTsrMrii 
wm. lOaa TaUord^ 



BBPOBMBS BPISCOPAL 



Obareli of Our Lard. Humboldt and 
BUortard. Hactor. R«« A. daB. Owan 
B aritesfc »1 a-M. and l-lQ PJi. 

SPUtlTUAUBT 

FirU Sptrltiial Churcn, Haratony Hall. 
734 Port Straat Sarvlcc 7 30 p m Mme 
Bharry will apaak oo The Bavan Lotui 
Cantraiof tba BOdr " Ploral 
drcto. Tharaday, 7 p m. 

TnsoBoriT ~ 

victoria Indat'vtidant TtwoaOPhlcaJ Bo^ 
clatr Martinaa dtaconUaaad danns Jnlv 
and Aacuat. 



rOKBSR— PAumMO. pMpBMnANLiMta. 
halaoRilnloi Plinr* lUS 

1>AIN^'INa, DBmHATlKO. CKMKNT 
watk <Nuaranieadi Phonr aiftCR 

PAIKTINO. KALSOHIMIMO, Pi^BR- 
hanaJn*. Frtcaa naaonabU Pbooa XT. 



pAiirriNO. KAMwauitmo. 



PAPBR- 

baaslBii aiodanta prMa. iSStBl 



lie CARMmss ABB oomBAorosd 



It 



COKXNO EVCNTA 



ADAMOB AT LANOPtjRO t.AKEKIDB 
arary BatuiOay. n-lA p uaatd a 
orcbtatra. PrUaa. 



BRXTAHIfXA. UOBA 3I«. WIl^ HOLD 
a aardan patty at tha liotna ol Mra 
Bradlar. IM Bt Lawranra. WadoaMlar. 
July 3. from > W m K p ni Si'it ImU't 
loallad 

i »APtTAL~CITT BUILOIRO BOCltTY 
* and SaTlni* and Loan Aaaociatton. 
aaat drawinc (or loan, frea of intareai. 
Pnday. July I. Particular*. T. J Ooodlafca. 
Mcrttarv. Ill Pambarton BuUdina Pbaoa 



ALTRRATIunS. H O D a B RAIBDIO. 
louiuiatioina. roofa rapalrad. laMila 
■ IIBf. Bil'tna"! (I*rn 1371 O Raian. 

ALTSRAl ION-, lii,'NiiAl<i WB. OAR- 
aia*. atiioalina K P livlna. un. 

7n)iwRrrt ~Ajio^ obhbkt" work. 

* fDtmdattniu, baaamenta. Jobbtai Brut 
'a Pryrr Pbooa MMRI 

TOU want a CADI'S.'TTajt. PBONB 
aacjatara of larai uii^on ail 

J TKUEMAN. RUlLDCn AND OON- 

.racior llapair!i and aliaraUona a 

•paeialty. Mo tab too aoiaU lat pcqaipt 
amaiM^im Becand atraat. VMM 111] 

IW OABMiina ' 

k« 

Pbsna mm 



H 



ALWAYS READY TO rXCnANOS— BBS 
oharlbs f baoles. real cstati 

KKCBAMOa BTBDIALIBT, 111 Saiward 
BalldtBS. 



L-'I'IXV KCtllPPED 4n.A(7RK FARM 
^ with cond bit Idlnaa. in iradp for local 
praparir Ha» 35 acr^a mttit-aiad and 
aoad taHlldiiui Srvan haad <>( ;\'Ur. two 
hora#» and tuU una el inplBmrnta and 
machlnarr Locatad about so nUaa from 

hit ally 

PBCBBRTOPT * BON 
m iMrt Btraat Pboaa SN 

N'SW OAK -a.w HQUHE. srrr?' Ftai urs 
naar:;- nrt; hri WiU ^t-nn t-u i.i.iig 
tola In pati payment. Oarut, Hi>« uEiita. 
Colonlat. 

TRADB BBVni' THOUSAND ~ SAOB 
Oraak oU rftaraa for cloat-in aeraaca 
What b«*B yaur Haharay. Roa * Oo.. 
Ltfl^ CI4 Part Btraat^ eeraar Broad 

n^O EXCHANQB fOR A FAHJI OW THS 
I aaanicti PrnLniula or property In Vic- 
toria. A upciton of land In thr araat Rrd 
Drrr diairi«l. Canlral AJbrrta, SiO 
undar roUlvatlOQ, W acrct t cnbri 40 ai-ta» 
raad* lo brauk. all faacati arid ctota- 
fanardi load balldlnaB and abundance at 
waiat. alaa an Ite farm, a bunch of row* 
and >otuit atocb. aJan larte attwtu Uiraah- 
Inr ontat. almoat nrw WUl tr<uli> all or 
pan. or m\\\ sail Apply to Ui* ownar. 

a* R. buPtiaraoo. aucUeoat^r. Victoria 
on a MWLl 

ririLL KXCmANOK PULLV PURfUBHSD 
YY bauac naat Jrrtcho Baacb. Vaocouvar. 
lor bouaa naar baarh and aolf. Oak Bay 
or dlMrlct. (or ona nunth Uominitnlcata 
lull panit-JJlar*. Oox «Ikl. CotaMUL 

•-•|t AtTtr i-AfiM. FAii-ixv tncDBR cnji^ 

titatlMi. [oaclher «Uh 7-r(KKn dwall- 
Ui«. bam. laraaa. outhouaaa. farm ini- 
plamanta. He, •Will aachaaaa tor dweUlnc 
and anall aeraasa, oloae lo city. BO. 
Uod * iBvaalMBt, Asaoar. Ltd.. Ssa 
OovatSMBt.Btnat. dtr. 



BWt*B BdS. 



WS HAVE BEYBXAL ATTRACTTVB 
Aral Bortaaaat for dtip'^ial it 

m harp Idip ' I' it. -f.''-. 1,! . laao 

dapari ■i.'-M. • r 1. 1 Id-, 

1111 Bri.aa i ■ - ..'5 



1« 



HALLS TO BniT 



AUPtaON BAU. POB RRMT. TOP 
llaat Clordan a Btara. 7N VaMa Btraat. 
alaa as a M la tba «Mar. FsUy aaalBpad 

biiobaa. 
rowo.^^ 

pina hall far lacturait' dBBMS, MSAiaia. 
.ard pariiaa and maatlBia draH^Mb 
Liarrttiina naw aad aMMb Tba OHBRB 

l>a(.n* tttS 



a a aa w wa aiaar. raay aaaipvaa 
a. lana toAtfaad saMa* alaat- 
■taam^M^TM WBMTa sraad plaaa 
ina Avsias. bpsa Bap and alshL 



NEW 1 Y UtfORATKII WMSJi Ff)B 
inrrlili.' 1 . nr . ' :il idti t li>d(«a< atvtallra. 
aaddtnai. ;-<[ r-. . i .t.. aaoraa. eu 
ml HorUi i ^ . ... .r ]<«• 



II 



MI8CUAANBOTO 



13 



CDt'CAXlONAL 



EW ERA BOIimi BOSOOk 

whwoi that BtNff aoaks Opaa aa 
uaual dwrloa tba BBBuar. tlB>tU HiMao- 

Bona Block. 



VIOTORU 

Prtoalpal. Mf*. WairlB Old. UT.fU. 
>lt Vaocoavar Bt. 



^iraOBB. LAWMB. BORtl— PLAKTSD 



11 



IITUATIONS WANTKfr- 

F KM iLE 



D 

o 

1 



4 8 ni.i'!-,1i.t> 1T.H. m WIDOWSR'B 
*\ or burhrior K 'iiiiat Imww. by aavart' 
fntad aliirriT Ud^ bUbvat rafameaa. 

It'jx T>«,1, i:i]l,i:.ut 

nMr/-i!i AFED VOUNO LADV^ tBRO^ 
h > . d«a.i'« potitioa aa coopaBMO' 



Boa 7SBI. CtafaBM 



,ABOB AT UaMOBMAiri, OOROOVA 
Bay. HaBda». My l, I to I. Pitt a i 
Onbaatra^ 



CARD OP TBANK.3 



Mr and Mr* Hoora wlah to thank ihrir 
manr lilfnria. alao tba Biatllmoll. Saanich 
anrf Prti*IDrlal Pnlicp. fur th« kaan lalaraat 
ahn« r In tha (arm pry at their aotk «ha 
waa drnwnad in tha Qiiraa 



nmSBAL DtMMTIOM 



MS 




•ad Day 



-Tba Plaral Ptaaral 
Mripaon add VaMOvaai Bta 



vOMINtOH DAT OABOB. 
' Lak#>:;i>-, cniriB Wsd**! Oivbaatrs. t:13. 

Moctdar. Jul* 1 

DAHCT r'.rnv MONDAY NIOKT. RONS 
Of Canada Hall. V lo 13 Ocard'a or- 
abaatra. Adnuaaloo He, W, Taylor, U,C~ 

I.-IAOLSB' HALL. Hit aOYSRVHBin' ST 

1^ -LaiHB and amall ball fnr rant Phona 
• II. 

HAkORVU^ LAKBBIDB DABODfO 
acaaon now to full awUw OMS WaBa^ 
lalaDdid n*a-plaoa archcaira mjtn Wbd- 

(i*ada> and Saturday. • 11 

K'.Nii r^orr ExTRAonDiNAnY 
.nia«!n« at Dafn* Carmlrhaal a btMnr 
Tupwlar, Inil, k p m tMmra brlna ra- 
f raahtnanLa, 

Y ITTLS ABOnoT OOIUIQTA BAT— 
IJ Daoca «M|> BsBiriSf. Wm Ivvywa 

archattra. 

MORDA"T.~JULY~in»>"M.^ EAOUtB 
whiat Anra. Baalai Halt l3ia Oovarn- 
manr Straat Good airrip priaaa. Admia- 

aion lie 

McMORRAN-8 OANCINa PAVTUON. 
Cordova Day dancr 'vary Wadnaaday 
and Saturday, at ■ Pitt > tbraa-plaoa 
ercbcatra, leaturitia piBuo-ar.cordlati 

SAARICll CONRt^VATIYE ABBOOIa'- 
don tilth annual picnifl will ba bald 
al BIK Laka Atblatlc AaaMlaUea arotindi 
on Monday. July I. A vlaBdM aoaiPlnatiaa 
a( aporta aad nwalMaa baa baaa arr^nsad. 
tooludlat aawoiUH raaoa, raBBtas racaa. 
hub iaap. tas-««-«*r. ata._^ Oaad prlsta 
wtU b« atttn tor alt aaaau. Traotportatloa 
arranaanvanla wlU ba aanouncad later. 

'HHinn AKKOAL PICRIC, BRrTANKIA 
I Branrh. OKnaAaa l««lan. B B BJ*. 
j.iiy 1 Allan Pa«4li3rwUtann Saaah. Spa- 

L-lal cara laara JebBiOa BBd OaWBMitll 
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liolrl fiB- .1 ■ .. 'r. ri-.r.j.r fjilhl- 

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1^ wiabaa whola or parlttma work. ntOBt 
7MiaX, 

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I i Vnalu'-. '."\- nii.ri' rharar modarata 
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fOklAH WANTfl WORK BY m DAY 
Phona 47NL 



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part StraaL Pteona as*. 

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larial, buaJuaaa. t'ltparaiory. kitd HadH 
lalcaraphy Ui<h Bcboul Coviaai Tadl- 
•tdual inattuetloD lutanaif* itainin« uay 
and avapuia daiaaa Laui ai.i Uuadar. 
ttaa amploymrai buirau inturrt lowJ roil- 
Uaai to atadaala* for neuiplau lafatwa- 

SBtA ruAMD acRooL. lai i (k>vbrn 
maot Siraal Buatoaaa aubiact^ Uiat- 
auab itmiaa. B- a. MacHlUaa. ariaaiBai. 
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caati. aaeb aa rasa. ba d Uafc i4ss loela. 

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abarsoBBd 1Mb no doaan Peden Btot . 
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CtRCtTLARB. UAILINO LtBTB 
•B PRBPAae AMD COMPLETE 
mall adrartlalna castpaWDa for 
amaU or layfo oaBoanto Col our 
prloai. 

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weal Street. 

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cal Wanaa and CurtttB DaaacbMaai. 
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J alaa altaralhai*. raaaooabla raiaa I7ML 



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ton paal aaak tt Taranto 



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rarr ORaife W bans durinc bniidaya 
rwfereiuai Boa Ifm. rotmni 



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, bama Mta e Wau rhow aa. OBbdra Bt 

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B^aaeaa durlna June PbMta 1044 
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MADAME OLIVIA CLADtVOTANT. 
rraot tniia. lU^ Fnrt Bt Phoaa in« 

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MAROtL AND BAIROOT IN lOOB 
twea aaarMnaad aaaaator- WSiBL 



VtynoRO TO aWTAL ^uur ooatb 

mUk «»r W ■ 

g^tXD OOLO AMD SILVER BOITORT 
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repeirad al madetau prieaa. At W odder* 4 
III* neaeta* Street. agpaaWe Spenrer • 

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MBISlBllS lr ^jlR 



Li>»T UKAH lUiVAL VICTORIA 

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merkad -Cwil. r>pl " Rawartl rh**iia 



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WE UAKB 
WtRDOWa. SASR OOORB 

work, tiair^ ei; Olaa*. all 

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i.:-rm ,1. .lU-H k, platn and iKvaled plate. 

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l<ri Ua Quote Ynu Prteae 



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ladia* hat*, ii, aw a awatesBli, U each 
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BAROAOIB i ^WP 
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radtoa and part*. Phona TW. 



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tall blackf. like naw, UA Pbona 
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l-hooa ;iOL til Jobnaon 

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trcta rapaira; t&iny yaara' axparieoaa. 
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phona tn. 



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/V-L lite new Coll« ineda and con- 
nrclad Uulholland ; Itatiai A StoTa Oo . 
!•& Pandora Avfimr phona Itll 

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blua rriiiiiir! ,1 n<: ^'.•I'i n door. ISI .M. 
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Otbari I'nivv '-It Aorcial eoil (Or ransoa. 
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fitted 147 ^0 Brown. OapandaW* Btora. 
DouBlat ani Ralph Phono tlft. 

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and luiph 9u. -Bpacial Hot wator call 
for ranfiO Pbona MI7 



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doa fceancla. chicken bowaaa. J aaaa 
Broa. an Fan Birwel. obana idSI. 



BOOKBl BtMKBt BOORBI TPOOBARPB 
10 aaket Iron at BrRlflb PSO M IBOO 

Matt, 7*e-T47 Port BUdOl- 



iN'i iirpMiNa, AinnuiK mi 



iir ^ 1 1 

' pD-jndi. al !c » jpr..ii,,i nil III' buBhet 
Pbnna R. P Haihaw *. Matcnattn 

/SHBRRMB POR SALS. bT A 'pboND^ 
<^ pick them yauratlvaa poraer of 
BleUy'a and Wait Road, at Pira«£vordlir» 
plar^ 

I /IKK (rrRAWBeRRia~^PDR cA.*miNa 
OT )am Pirk your own, &c pound 
Brlna rnntainrii Pomtinaoit. oiT BWllp b 
Cro*t Rnad, ftaanirnton 



PORMrrDRB iOR PAOmMO 

AT pAcrPOBT PMoaa 

A f*v af the articlat ea make kBPCIBBS 
nada to araar— 



ITAinrtti 



Ooday ab«ot& arrwona, klt'Utaii rablBitk. 
iar4an f-jmilur*. eTtlM furniture 

PatotuB and Oniabias la yoar toaol- 



OOMPART 



tan Ynrkahir* 
Rawar.1 



Ptodar laaaa al Cbtanttt itrearti 
»AtR OP aLAi 



nnliiBt BBd»WBi 


Am 1 


■bana bSfT 


a OKMntRK oiJi 

'~V tnlaid. fo* tola 


wsiAa ] 




Phmta OT 




^ •A^rr^ " ' ■ a IS 




mow • 


i<:t 'Tp a.'rVfcl 

W >■ >■,(*>..• 






■BBMOSff. 




Hot'ssHocB wr uRmma por baul 
tBdadino plaaA yaato. aawis MaObtop. 
rnia Cbaataitt loaiiaB ear. cbtohan oBad. 
and aoBar a u MMri aa BbadilkiM fwidablnaa 



r.VilR CALE OR KXCHANOE *-FOOT- 
lotaa tbowraaa. mahnaao* Aniah. Plate- 
Olaaa lo*. 4 alMlno doora 171. or eottid 
exchanaa for one 7 faat lona of eaual 
aaltj» Bol Mil Colonial 

tVJR SALS - HOHMBn AtXXJRDION. 
r leiaerepa Ills. raadltM ilaaaaa 

Uc. fiiiUn. nimfilata, 11411 Ihrea-Mna 
Eodak. Ill IB roMT-iuba radJn, wtib labe*. 
Il|7». ftahlna rod*, tl 7a ona-tuh' radio*, 
M nrw 10; A tube* ll RrlJ «la**ei, 
10 7j O'jipr 'irpi naw 11 t( arand naw 
bfryrlei r.n lermi- t!n» ■ r^fip,! biry'la 

113 Ifl ,-[i'. 'n-!* 'I r.( ti.1 --flU latp 
alyla. I? Jir"i> Aaronir'n • ar.il 

Bacand*Haad Btore. :»il Jonnaon Firari 
Pbaaa n^OWMiU R*4 Cro«* WufkMi >i> 

iTtOR BdlA— LAROE BAPB. IN EXCXL^ 
r lent eondiuon. Ijoo Apply 
PUailay. Ud - laio Tat-* atreal 



I,-«OR BALE ORAMDFATinni CXDOR. 
oak raaa. tin* anectman R Suteliffa. 
RM D * 



TMm BALB OdMa IMII M TO » 
Jr^jltoaa SB^ atoSB, fHB wAl 9|Bm 




to ma 



sosnrvi 



Whether Tour* 
bp a ima;! 
atrir* 'H Ll>a 
larap.* fa/'orr 
AT eliolpiala 
hf.'j,* i>ri i(ia 
IUar,.1 • • run 

prpp*" *i»rato 

Oawapapar *r 
OMll adaarttatas 
that wai praaw 
Mutaally pfodlabto 
Wa da aiiMiwiaBBlBd. 
muiuatapbia* 
addreaelna and 
hera fal labia 
a,B)tiri« iiaia 
Raeavarar aad 
Adyeruatna » 



Cf^AAA m OOLO WAHTBO. I RB- 
VUWU euire a lot of loU and ailver 
In ma JawBlry bnaltkaaa Rrtao to yoar 
Did wauhat. jearalry. dlaoMOda aod aalld 
■liver I will make you a iBoaroua aUow. 
ance lot other foodl or pay naah. W. H. 
Wdkaraon, Jaadai, UtS Doaoiaa BtreaL 



VIOTOVA JDME AOBNOT Oa 
lilt Whaif BL Pbans IIM 
Latraat burcrs of Tlili aasB% Iran. raai. 
bottlea, pipa. maehlsaiv. tana and tontl* 
tar*. Aaao osUa BtawpUv aHaadad to 
an|r«bato. 



41 



HOOH AUTD BOARD 



AT HIE BUNOALOW, SKLBtT PBIVATF 
board and room, rmlrall}' lorated, rii 
Baperior Street 

T UM ROCKLAND AVBNVI. BOARD 
raaManee for two or Uiree youna 
buktoato nea> trrua modarata, coed 
faoma cookuw. Pbona tlM 



OO8Y ROOM: 

naar oar an 



BOARD OPnONAL; 

ipa.-.f ftinne "N>H 



ABERI.'CXN 
Tra&BieBt 



ii , »«', Ur>.:i.i;Ka 

tod letldanUal: caotrai 
Pbooa ISIK>. 



ALAROt ROOkL OSNTRAIri ROARD 
oatlooBL Phona TCMR. 

A COMFORTABLE HOME POH UUMl 
aaaa aaoilainan. rautral Pbane J7BII. 



ACOMFORTAHLE HOMF. Ff)H V18J- 
tor*. with breakfaat fariiui park 
caraoc. Park Ladaa . lU R ey aood A aeoua 

BoM~ aooordT k^l pRiMowar'okM^ 
Iral nodarala Phona 4M3. 

1,-<URNl«kSD BBDROOH. BOARD IN 
dttdod: BWdafbto lato for iwo w 
to ibara yasto« 



GOOD aOOU AMD BOARD 
Oovarnstaot Btraef. 



AT 111 



-VI^ PROMT BRDROOU. OOOBLB BBa 
erentblna na« auit two trieod*. 
hoars If deaired. l>hona l^ilY 

PLBABART ROC1M ncoU BOARD. IN 
Brteate honip ri'.tu" OfiSSL. 

njuuTilALL MO I EL, MODBRR ROOBtB. 
IT baao pooktna. Pbooa UMa 



^OOH AND BOARD MRS R. OAHP- 



ball 471 Superior Street 



ipl-ENIIID ACOOUMODATION FOR 
I* alrU, room and i>oetd Cot 
toart iit real Mra. Bmilay, Pultotd Hai 



k~ iHjrnea* alrU, room and l>oetd Cot- 
toart Tit r 

bor. B O __ 

r'7 WBBK^HOOH AIID~BOAkn TW 
I Plaaard BtraoL Pbooa aSHX. 



tt ROOM AND BOARD WAMTBD 



B 



USINBBB OIRL WANTB tXMVORT- 
al>la btwa aad board, eaatral Boa 
MM. Ootoolat 

\\'ANTBO ^flOABO ■ RBbSjBNCE IN 

»' quipt refltiet bom* (or elderly aaim 
Invalid ltd- Kind attention and iao4 
roakiri* r*M-ntutl Apply P O. Bo* 1144 

Vleioria 



■ooMt TO worr 



PDRMTBRBB 



AT IklMMHIDH ROTSL. mi OOR- 
■Boraot Street— 7Se up 



BNOAOWAV 
clcea 



llji 

ROOM*. tlllSk 
71a alobt ap: MM 



BROAI/. 
naoB «» 




atso 



water, pbooa: 



.-EAR PAPJl AND 
lonal. or Ilaht 



Varw<Hi»er Stca't 



baSHi 



OP- 
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K 



OOMS AND r, f - To ltD«T HUIT- 
alMe buBloaaa ucupla wall lornitbad. 




RSXT DOOdI TO EVBEPWAIO IR TOWN 

Ttotorto 



(AOP 



- II saa an Iosbisb i« a sai 
roMdoBti. yoa •on't Ond aaylBtts <o X L 
-Batertay Rotet Aaartawnta. - 7i4 Yataa 
SlreeL with lU ataaai naat. bet oster aBd 
alevaiar aereloo PTea «a» in iMbt baaaa 
haeptria taaaw aad ositoa ■tasio oe«i 
aad banwkSaBUB rootoi flito H 
Haaacod by J A, OrOfRB PI 




iirtta.-FTminBrrrT> promt b 

*T *>iltablr tnr ten 43e Vaoo 
Pbane Itoni. 


BOROOM. 
oeeor Bl. 


U ■OOBKREEPINO BOO 

RENT 


ro 


I^BLBI aVIBe-aOBMRVI 
1 ' aiaala aooMB dlT tBHS IN 
■WIMB 


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tHWRRfRRD ^dgl^ jgjj 
aoadaa Witoa MM- 


5!TSS 




Tt^i YAmxwYBB srr^xios 
ilM raaM oHd* to Pkaot 


BRioirr 

miT. 




a LAMOB rt;RjnBRKi woom 

*\ rnom 11 weae no ABO 
ear* "^t '■ V!i*t 


tPSS 




\1 ,|. fT»-a _ 

AT fftf VA»KJOtrY 
Alaa 



tlLVMI-KJ. 11^0 
lumiahad iwo-rocm 



MAT BBlOItT 

auita. lid. 



A^i 

A~ BSLHbofrrAnfBD sum all dSif 
farto of taowa. ITJl Quadr a 

\ T kIT XDWARDB. yAMOOOVBR BT.— 
' V Ptenilihad Oat tor rtat J'baao Utt. 

AT TVS OCTOBBR 'kUHBICMIB. A |I 
room irafumiahad Bat Fboao im. 

HBLL apartments, IMI tXJOK ST 
IJnfumuhad front uiite Apply Bulla 4 

B RIGHT 1 ROOM 
taraa* if wantrd 

BBA OON 
thraf rooau and bath. 



FURNISllKD FLAT. 
Phana JHIK 



RILL, DNPCrBIOBHBD PUT. 

MS aweea. 



CYW DO-MYR - LAROEST BSD 
furuiaitrd epartmanu In tha oHp- Bin 
araia entrance Oi Mtcbloao Ph. 1MIR. 

fyOmM.~ OOVKX, 434 BIMDOB. PUR- 
alabed aad uofurntabed auitea. WM. 

ARLTOM' APTB. 711~PANDORA-FUa ■ 
nlahed aeltet, nouaahMpina mom* 

/iLCAN FURNISHED APARTbOCNTB. Ml 
Onrar Road Eaat, Phone ISOTR 



taOHPUCTRLV 
-' anile in lanaQ asartBiMU, black aaar 



beach 

Ptiona 



and BBr^ 
I4<»LI 



PDRRISBBD HOOBRB 
inu black aaar 

vary oudarata raal. 



(lOMI'LETKir FTJKJ^IBHri) FLAT I*H1 . 
vata battiroom and kitctutnetle . July 
16 to Baptambor M. Olaaa W town. Boa 
Mkl. Colonlat. 

OLOflS TO 



I;<imNlSHXD BOITS. lUi 
lowti 



1.^0LLY rURmSHRD PLAT OM WATBR- 
" front, aiiitabla for two. prIvaU batb 
*.nd entrances Bho al Ba y Phona aiOTR 

I* HpU Blaslfc^^SSte HHBJMsal Mailt 



Il^tmNIBHFD BtilTBB. OLSAR AND 
comlDrtablc US to HO mootb. taa. 
Phoca lOIlL, IS to 4. 



ETRBRIpOB APTB . I» HRN7JBB BT 
i ni.Malto ParllBmeni ntdn Furiuahrd 

and roOBia rimna TIfJ 



\l ' 

iU tona' a flneat fum latiad Bi<artmant). 
alactrla kltOhasettaa with rrlr^iieralion. 
naar beach. Oar Una and aotf link* 
onaqvalad for pariaaaaot er lemporary 
realdanca Pl>an* 9710 ' 

N'oRMANDIS AFARTMXMTB. I IH BAIe< 
ateral Road Nicely furniabed 
(lean and comferiable- tounadlaH 
««taion Pbona HIIO 



a\: I n COkCFORTARLS POUR-nOOM 
furtilif.Pd apartmiwt' adulta only C3k 
Head Sueet. EMiuimalt Rttad I^ona 
IM3L 

IJOCKUMO~ COURT. raHNKR ROOK- 
Ik iBBd Avaaue aitd Bt CbarUa BIcaot 
Olorwaa view. OTary madam canraiUaaoa 
oaa. foar-raom mlla, with alaeptnc poreb. 
la yoBL BSloraUbad. m. Pbano SiktR 



ROBTREVOR, IIU OSCAR BT — WSLX'- 
lumlahad lull- Pltnua 1431 

IIICIIMO-'O) COURT - TO SnLKT, 
\ baauiiiiii furniiRsd iBli^ ■ aB H it. 
[>prn nirpla'a. aoraaai Oak Bap Aaasaa 

at flirhmond 

LJAVOY MANSIONS, mRES MINDTEB 
^ Itota PotlnffKp PurnUbad and un- 
furnialMd two and ihtea-roaa ntltofc bath- 
room and fcttrhanMIe witb OtoOl fff 

lift lo m. Pnor.v I3tl 

scorr Ar-Ai! i vfiv ; ?» 
Purniahad and t]nri.-T ' .''niu 

^TANIJIY AFARtMENI- 1 • •'f* 
*3 MfXenala-'Wpll-furnitriea aii.ia. 



liwiiinRBaD- 

r aniraoea. i 
RmaMa 

FORNtmittI ROOM. Ill AXAO TBREE 
unturnirhed. block from car 3M7 
aienir.atd ti 

i.lUftNl&lJED kuOM TT> KENT. WITH A 
laealy aaa at**, cioae lo the boacb. 
Apply iku Or«aMni_BMit 

VaMBB BAT-^ai TORdHTD. 

V furniahad 
Phana OOWY 



STORART APARnURTB. KBWLT POB- 
BlRMd. ol ovBlo F . Bfapraad. aantraL 
IranMaat raom a tbird Boor 7U Tataa 

ia~AUBAaBAr>OB. ism YATEB ST 
To «pihlai |4r <ir>e year from tat Bap- 
•rmr--'. rnllr rurnKhed Rto rOSW BMOt 
larac Frlcfdalrt and efMT MOdMB saB- 

lenience Apply Janit or. 

fpWlN^AKB. IStl TBRRINDBR AYE, 
A Oak Bay Juutlan, daairabia thraa 
aod lowf-roomad apartmaai*. prlrau 
belhi and antraneea kl7IL 

T" BSBARTHA 1M4 VIBW B THBrr - 
Ar<i-'"'--<* '' • '•'<<, tlifiToualilp pa* 
dacaraiti] tiiti"],*'* poaieaawn. Pm 
ferthar oattlmlaf vhona t>J7aR 

I' N PU R NIBM K) FO I7R-nC«OM APART - 
mani. tnr*e-pi*>re bethtoom. rent 111 
monlK Coorcr Apartatau. 171 Hichloan 
Btreat 

TTKnrBNWHED BtTTE )41 OfVM Wt 
' Phnna Rlftl 

I 'NPUR.N1BKED F^nW.ftWMED BCITK 



tier Doutta* and iCinat RtMd All out 
tide room* Rani. IU AppU PBOl A 
Uanaer Fhone III 



T 'NFVR 

\ ■ -tr ,1-- 



NFVR NtSnXD UODl 

mraal. S.C. Land * Iftveai- 
ntpra Acnif. eak tm raatola. _ 

URFVRNlSBn> ~ BDTm AT~ ANOTLS 
Coort. Apply 111 Uodaa Aaenua 

■J>ROa«' PCrRHDkKffD HOOKRM ~ PLA-f, 
>J Pifsldalro: Ula batbrimn. Phaoe SOMX 



M PLATS AND APARTMCNTf 

WANTED 

\a "ANTEt" BMA!.i r[ nMiHUTn' k^t.k 
'» in B^*r^'T^^rll (.i')-' l]«ine 'kit. 
built-in beri •i-'ri'i lia'.h .li'' t"d 
AuCial f"*r .1 -a' ar A|i(.lT Bo« 
■aiA Colon!-' 



aOVBU TO BUTT 



r . I RCX3HB flARAOB n* 

Pbiittll Rd,. s laasia samBa l«3 

paitufol 81.. k lOBBta 17k 

Brtahton Rt . 4 roOnt. aarasa . liS 

Paaibr toa Rt. • r^om* M 

PbMiaW, I rootna laraaa M 

And a MuatoPr M CMbSto 



r B 

Ml Yataa Btrwrt 



■BAVM 



V« ROtni PURRIBRBD BVWOAtOW, 
tacina Oak Ba» pwlf bBka. Plwna 
STTfE _ _ 

\PirLLY PDRNIBRD KRni>ROOH 
eoUeae. half btork from aaa. roait 
HS Pbona 04DL 

a WBU. pi.rnwiaifcD n^ noAfj w 
faflV medarri lvu< r<ym ■ f m na. ■ 
laoBdfT MSee. roolet. Ironina '-fti ai< , 
HS Appiv lOM Otadatnn* AapnM 



FVMm BOOMB PAmFTia.i' t-T/f"t Til 

b'och. < laan <-MM4it!'." < >,i F-irniaha4 

rotieae I^nafwit Lak* n rue r* 
watertroct co'ia«p Ba> 

room FWU Bar PHIMa. r|« 
m BevetBl mndern h< 

M to IIM per mmtb. 



lis bbwb aidt 



X^vm RWrr prwL BAT WAfTRRPBOIPf 



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nichad ..^ 

turniabcil 

03 lutfcuffa Lam. T imm nulr 

fumJjAci 

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r. &. aaomi * aoim. uiuirto 



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lUmShitir wa MMbu ttft. 

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nil»J*>. ftloiIaVa 0«rM> Ptow Wi 



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CMUtUa|^ Oa. tNI Dgufto* IHnM. 



eDBJOMTTCL nOOMk UMWI A7B.. 
paiinui floon and bnakfaM toom. 
lauodr* umn. fnU stBaBl fcMwa— i. «m 
lB^lla<. tM«a iodada*ilraB water: 
MM^^nvk >r Baraai. 

tTffll ROSOVUIT AT*. ITOTB nOOMB 
M and ftrmtti. uxludins WAWr. UI ftV- 

TUntMU* Jl ffel^ BDIUUMO. 



1050 S 

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eil» vaiai. --- 

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Jtai: nwHla a. 



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Us acna. 



BOVQALOW! 
prtvata Ma«it- 



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I 1*41 Orataaat Raad. la roai. 



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rouu BAT ^ 
BOOUB. oaaj^ car aJM b«MB^ 

PAOIimjl 
■OOttB. van loeatcd. 

J, IC. HOIJ.AMD 709 yrf^ I'lUy 



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S7 WANTED TO RENT UOL!SES 



FOLLY puainauD aix - nouicrj 
k«Mftlt»i taian; too& Ineauun 
riMCia MHIL 

I.^URrflBtlBO BtniOAI^TW. * ROOMB. 
i aarua. S klaaka waM HodKn * Bari • 
«>r«». Julr I. IM. 1001 BUmotaJ Road_ 

V roul Bar. tM PriiilB* ~ 

roMM; UiHM Road Waal. waurfMoL Wr 
partlaalara phone ailOLI. moiDin^^ ^ _ 

X^jMlMBl Bat ffognu. rairaiUd. Pno«a 

on aian7B> 



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aiiADB jehaky oow, 
rrth. mitkina thtw laAon*. _ 
laoiUr cow P O a*ut It. Bhavnlfaa L«M- 

MB ^^T''"^!^ OOAtS ^ 

- " OODD lUlJIWti OOAT 



ilOH BALS 
' ni aim Anooa 



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ILK OOATB-WOW 10 THE Tilf» TO 



pa*t Braadarr AaMJctaUatt. VtrtocU. ru> 

baapar and praapAcUva laafc-Uapar to ba 
a SMmWr. 



1 due U> firinaa MBI Ol iMW. iWUfTi 

Oadburti Say P O- . 

OBOICB OP TWO OOOO KXLK- 



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IM taaW (■ 
DBB—>iy Kaad. 



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tm*. Prad M. "bhi i n, 
»«UdU>. Ptena Mn. 



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X Km aagj BBwlBWi UnM 
araad ataao. alMWMffaai*. vai 

aa* t4>**tr altuAiloa an wildt 

Phfin^ TbS« nr till 



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fltfaat. 



ilf V AKl> AL. .'^frr— CldBAK, OOBT 
nutiaai'iw. fuiLj r-imithtHi. alnaa td ear 
. Mmtrrry A**. lOi «U7i. fJoloulM. 



II'LT- BXTSn-nOOUCD 
' ' [.ouaa, on badaB; laraMi Ibm mnatai 

" OA* lutkff and flWimiMA an 

naarii Ortva pb«aa ttTTXS 



LIMDCN. mUR ROOKLAKD-^XlMPOaT- 
■Mf fttrnMbed houae. ihrM bmlniafna: 
tmmvdlala paaaea«lnni MO tiauurinaa. 

}'''''<iiaD it Oa. Pbuua ih 

V KWLT nnuriBinD s-boombd cot- 

• > <*■' elacinc Ulbl UUt pldMtlM ««a- 
TfM«nr>» Dpar MBOt dBT anlf^VWk. 

rhant <LtMir 



O^ioBLv pumnano hoob b cnp six 

naaiii for J«ir aodiwBi 
auiara raniUit Iran |W la 
Aldar * Bana. uiT «l 
OanUaJ Bulldtna. 

NBW. WBLL - rURNIAHJa) SIX - BOOM 
BUNOALOW . thrcR badrwKna. fuU 
b»thr'>nm vl'.h thrtw-T. attn Mparala ioOvl 
Hn<] b•^ n auntoxm. laraaa. Oalat mol 
itaar btaob and cara, IIU WMUUy for 

Htoaa B LdBd LM a( Otbara • 

Tua iioru. imsvr ooktamt 

TStipiA. B a 



Balmant Houia 

11 \ V nijc-aooUKD sunqalow. 



AK. 



»al' 



tiardwood floovai. bat- 
aaraao 0& laada. 



I^rtlfiioinii 
lira Una 

Iiaaahaaa & Ca- 



•Ml and 



BAY ~ PUHNIBUID BBVBH ■ 
raawad tanaalaa, naar aaa. two twih- 
rdamt. taraaa- MM Wlndwr Road ^ 

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with rxtra lot Uld BUl IB la«B% prr- 
cnia or roan aad Bamp aasi: alia too 
raraaaa- Tlua propartp few a MUadld 
now of Ibo watar. , 

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ri.r-r* Slir 'ixtirl sli"-' ard Plaaa- 
• ntlr (Ituatrd L*l i« • Wall 
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n>tMtdidiy planned rnoou. Prtan a cotn- 
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antara a racaplieo hall; aaar dan, araeUiua 
Unoo-room wilb naaaira tranlic ppan nia- 
plaao. panaM aalla. baamad caUint and 
built-in window arata. Uioaa room* all baaa 
aoUd bardwood finara Francti alaaa doora 
to tba dloLna-toom. wbleh la Batahld 111 
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(ar twe or thrao aMIUoawl badiooma. 
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wtni eaocrau floor, and partiitoo^ oft 
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lurttaea^roam . Braml iirv atuntnailr al»c- 
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all atooaa^ltl: frail aad eaodr coantara 
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laov aod arcbard. A *arr pratty ptaea. 
iqiii and all fclnda of Oowm and abruba 
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daaaratad throMBOuL Naw root. ()*aar 
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ii^TBKL BCrUOfia. Ml CAMPBBLL 
J RuUdlna. DotiaUa BUaat. Pbooa WOl. 
Auittora" manaacrlpt. law and aanaaaL 

atr'itl* eonfldantiai. 



E. 



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I au^uoNT 
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PI^HTKBtNU 



J. 



Al.t.CM. IIJiaTERBR 
alrao ao plala 



BBTtMATBB 



V . alrao aa plala or araaaai 



WIKVOW CXSAMBBB 



C^ALL TKX IBLAMI) WTNix>W AMD OAB- 
J wwT auuamta ou , an 



Phona M 



II Bardooad 
br alaatrle 
tar 



cr^niBNTB may 

aa at ibaaa apaalal raiaa. Oan MM^ 
H. faar mmn», lU pRBB INBIBOm&i 
NOOKB taaraaaa yaat afUalMMAw ObA- 
in* advaaiaaa M IBM ttlm. Ma abnaaa 



lor dallaiMp: 



urn 



louPAcnnaa m puui. oaoioa tm- 

V> UM. aaaaOiot awdara aaaaan M naao. 
MoMMiioo !a pooillOB 0B« a iMly lardaa 
nark ihia bouM *a aaa af Oak aoy* 

vary b«*t atraeu SuUt Of Btuoaa, nut 
inr,r.> Tiao aia rear* aid. wtlb oab floor, 
hoi -water bratini and twa bathroaoi* 
^adfd tr Mk trva-a. with allmpaaa o( 
ina ara . **rr < on«c(iirnl to a car Una. 
II rnniaini four t^pdrootni and alacplna- 
porrri. a laraa W.kI auuioom, amaU rao- 
M-ri-a'/Ti ani] a ktli-.bai) aaulppad wili) 
II i>iraira*i ftrok nul arranf.^ (or r|«e- 
iriR 'onkma and waur naauna. a» waU 
ai lltina room. dlbina-roam and dm 

Thia bona* alona could »tar-'l» (vr hm i 
today lor tba prtaa ml tba 
wbaM ptaparlr. wblcb la . 

Bbt a* far aa Appotnlotant 



imiutai Btraat Hal lana varaitda. *«- 
cvpltonatlr flna llvina room. panal«>d walla, 
biilll-m tfookraira. nr*Lilar». kilrh^n. I4«14, 
wiih all ktrida holll >n alfacU. laici* Itrd' 
f'.m. bath and lollai an aioand floiir, 
( ritrr h-ilr-Kitu 1. n^wlna - room. upaiali * 
C'lrrni fiaarmfni Batra fliin aaraar Liit 
■Qiiis in aardrii and ablaban booaa. Tbla 

U • "-al harcain at ab*** PrtO^ 

w J OIIAJUMD B OO. 
IM DoiMlaa Btraal 



$12,500 



t |N niPBBBB APMOB OkbM Uh UJri. 
^ ' on tarau. Tlila U a aoM baaallfal 
Lnma. riabt up la tba oalnaia lo aaarp war- 
I'pataira u Aaarad K mora raan lo la- 
auind. nuBoao. larado. Oodd Ipi. 



T. a. 'MONK m oa 

fl> Tiro Birart 



TOP BOTAL TB' 



L^lff ^OO M PANT 

VWMfth BO 



Balmoni Ueuaa 



wATaapBOMAoa 

^%rni.mcT atnaoAunp at ia«r 



opfn flri^laea. elty waiar la Ulabdn. 
fraau on Bmiba B artai. Ina 

IB. 



$11<>0 



JOHN ORBKXWOOD 
14M Oomlaa Btraft Talapbooa TTH 

OWNER PORCFD TO BXLL 
TTtvUT nadani f-ramn homr. to At saBi- 
" dllMn. WIUi levaly ratdan and I aar* 
af tronad alUehan bouaa for MO baad. M 
rmt iraaa Olaaa to traaaportauoa. lo a 
Oriact dUtrlct. Rodarad ta aaU 



MBRARXr. 

m mak. OOP, 



jitnoo 

noB 



B Oa^ LTD 



uot 



OAK BAT 




bar a ^ M|-rwM^> iiMMiM^ 
d«H4iiad to baild lanar^^baaaoj^ 



M Utla B-r^, 

a law prMo IB - -^^ 

aaick mla Tbara u aairaaaa baX. wHb 
vary laraa Ii*tna-roa«i and BaaAMM* Mo 
BrapHBi and bookcwaaa boBf Hk. Blata- 

(«am with bail! in buOft. PilabtR4haB. aB- 
aiaat^lr. wlL^ nrapa of 'upboard aaaca Thrw 
tary nU'* ttxlttfomj and thr*v-piar# batn- 
raam wlui nua lotiat m Ma»miot and 
Mod bai-air faraooo Bid* dn*a and 
V*S5 XS^«£K * *"* aomplrt* ri««na 



NBW BBAPRONT BOTIOALOW 

I'V** Baarb Drtra b prattlaM bomao- 
^i"*^ dt tt-bM. aan aat ba doMalod. 

(iHUfTXRRimab bra vixw 

Oloaa to aoBoal aad m atraat rar 

RARLY poaaxaaioN oivkh 

Tha llvina-fixmi la iinoauaUr lafia and 
la aMhr.l '', I !i inu- rmiRi Tli^rn ara too 
bad/ acini K t.i '.r 4<rt BT'il laraa rablnal kit- 
•Ml- P>ill aninrni baaaaiauU wltb farnaiia 
a«d oaraaa 

A TBBT OMABUniO BOMB 
Ooa thai rrm bAoum boi dalap 
BIRBT A8AUTT 8BBVI0B 



aoaiiBBiM 

T>RAOnOALtT 

I mmoAUMf 



mmoALOw. 

Watt boilt and ranvanlantly planoad. 
ao'ranrv ^all. lar«" Jljlr>t-r"'*ni wiin 
Brrplarp and Prrnafl doora laadlBS to 
bttaht. MU>By dlainr-raam. braakfaal aJoar* 
aad Dotdl Uteban wlta auidam bdUt in 
adaru. two ba dy aama. with bautmoai ba- 
iwaan. Ptotabad atjtirwit ui Urar. brL«ht 
alBla. WMh pforbaan (ur iwn Itita bad- 
IWO ai A mi OMaaot bat#m'iii. «(ir>d fur- 
aoca FMaWa lat lo lovMa aardaa. witn 
Mwna. fbrwar bada and ORMao raoMl OMO 
aumbwt ybuna trait traaa OHilBal 
■I f] w 



RPTBWUB- PROtHTCXR 



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4 n 

loardr 

eattiu 
du'v ■ 

IIM t ' ' 

Oaltm.il 



r*«ii, hii., nvrtarilr »- itiil 
•■ntt.i- and I'lliii btiuaa lu(i 
■ ic 'I i> p rnatna. m^dJUi 

-» .n-.pi* rcTtpi; for Aah 

Applr R!i« OH' 



BONX DRY 
•lab. dry blaa ba. aaan if. 

1 ^ LJCMKAULA 
* I a'ikrantvad 
pat toro Uroartar 
mia OlafMaala Waad 

Biaiil im 



BARK. 
M4t 



0 vaiat. M 



E' 



NOLtRB LAtmr-It POR BAL«. 3 
iTTia. wim )a!ak tiwlL aaabnoanr lio- 
Um' N>-h a l-cyl MuTlah racin* parfaat 
pondMM. ewH oww MOM, aaoa yt 
p yadarMba. Pakrtel* Bar- 



hlMA w i . I A P t J 
* tanail'.ii i.a.f 'q; 



LjlItR FTR, «T' iY» 

11 ? 0 !-<-• rrtf U- 44 Tt. 

Iwu eatda. M KlBdlln*. tl baJI aord Wa 
bava aato aaanw Mr tbla waod Pbaoa IM 



TNDB lAAB - IB-ftodT 
r boal IIU OwaaawBonl 



boat_ im Owa awwoi 

BALB-PTTB B^. 
YaM 
laalBay Aaanaa. 



LAWtBBAX 



BBATT 





04 oUBwood 

Pb«n* 171 ILI 



BBBP BOAUTY PSi 

dry. 10. 
A VQwIao 



£7 k P<B CORD, BBTT OORDWOCM>i 



TRX nOTAL TROVT 
Raal 
Batnwml Kawao 



ICrt^w^kMaoMa* 



•DILT 



$4200 



'.lurla. BO. 



IKWTALMMrT 



BAMlaTBM 



Poor A 

IMmatwra. MK-ltar*. Tx.tarrra. »*» 
MB ail al kUoitaOa. An»t« .rvi ottMi 
Colamaia Bara PIm>i» tit 



la Mafiona^ Motf^pEl^^l^ 

la a ryi aoaaaot baaana-at: ar| taaMB apoa- 
tna alf ta* ball, bqiit-io Mtfat. aaoo Aro- 
t-pMoa ka4hr«om. brat at p4bmb- 
' raama. aiaa4rir Wliari and 
with Uw ^mm UiK MalM; 
rtaa fy^ tawaa. M a ana and 

aaar atraat 
Of«ba * oT^ tm 
TIaiarto 

(>*: 

an4 « 




BAT 



OACRtPRWX- 



o«t aadraami »ata 
•arata laiiat 'jpaBaira Laraw llvina 
Arao4a<a. apooRM ta dmioa-raom 
■a Natl. eamao B OaaaBOM. farwaoa All 




M iwiiii 
^^raataj 



Mffraold ad W 
ut prtaa oa UUa Baa atadara boma. 
airanaad aa Baa raon b an p a lua dawa- 
ataira and tbjaa taaMad apartoiat 
atair*. wtttt wworala tot 
vaoMBCOo MlwdlBi 
baaamaat. furaaaat iL . . . 
far maaBb in pay IP* abow* 
•a aaa amoa* tamo al MM 

«n50 

OAK BAT AT 

/^w^tCPOBTAaW BOMB af 

nth nta* att'ialian <»riw«ina flna 
I aad bMr ara -Wiik .aiMcditWH Of 




n.nat aitfv- 



Al 



Only 



aa^ M Bora foauo Bl*< VMiarln. BA 1 Baa (Baaa * O* 



MmobB map M lalaas MrtioBH raoaiai 



ri-.'. .1.- - T»-T IMI 
1 maoiAir r-'«lii**l 
tia* modar o Tom • — -.■ ■ • ■Wi. 

RU Pareb alaual ir, ' • - w*r. fi« 

raara Laraa lirtBo-***»n i<-«jnad caitina. 
Ma« B a aa 1 11 *: Iww oandHb OaiMwaam. Ia*«* 
Oa Bbm om. JuM BnlBbad in MNa aad wtiiia 
ar«Oo>at (toib; U«^>a U a Tl. ataaa.-^ m 
r;lp«nard*i W. I :'^.r' htmh - 
wapu daiNOo-BBad t ./t r hv> 

Oaraaa Laa 4ft a '-^a Tayaa MA 
aos MrtioBty raoaiaBaB oagM 
eofakda thiB 




30 



THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA. B.C. SLXDAV. JUNE 30, 1929 



Country Homes, Acreage, Fruit Lands, Poultry Farms, Poultry and Livestock, Etc. 



met 



•MOON WtLL rUK 

ttiriH uacATion 

I/XCKUJU*! HTUCJCO DWKU-INn ton 



aovm ro« sals 



$5700 



ooir 



Onlf 



JAJIK0 BAY 

MOB aU « *»»«i-roi»ni«l iio'i^ 

HOUK or •e»»o 



raanu. louWd on butii ■rouud. c«- 



kiutUMt * vood^ul fit* m*- S4^|0 



' A HMHtf bWUa WMlM M MOf»iatf hi 

trad*.) 

W ATTRACTIVE. 1-r«a«- l»n» •■•i*!" 

mi h jri<«i"« lUiikdiiii on one •« 

, ! t u( rrull 

les fr-jai town 
Moutr fon 



A' 



wondrrfull) 

WItb choir- t^r.rtii" 
nn€ Uvtl 41. rt (BlOrl 

b«tfse Cmi-trf i < 



«A1 

>OMB 

ORXAT KACKinCB 

tion aunroom UTlai' 

ar*ptiur. oookruM •ii'l c>>lna 
(•binri* Iiuilni rcxiin. buFTpI 
I acfttlifua t».If.H)!Tn Hiielir:. 

T-Min. ioil«t >rpBrkU riii: 

out :ii U«rii. lllr txn .1 i'<i-* '.I 
•'■111 t^^p^. •I>uiiil«ni« o( flaw- 

r r V ((■!!. J uric. ! uMm 

:h1B bomb Iti IiH-i-KIt WITH MB AT 
ii.Mtt vui .1 ■( ib« »iMn Bran. 



71 WANTSD TO ftCT-JMUW 



EXCHAHOB - mo* PAMC OT 4S 
Mm. ivad «>ra«B«d Immpi BVMk- 

fWlMC Wfttaf MPI^. S-MM taUtlKMB. 

■fwmB Hvbt. cImb bevM. aUkU. nxm: 



to 

tMMIM 



O B- UEAJOH 



IM TUB «L 



UlMl It HALS 



f^iooo 



Uina lull cenxol b»*rii!»m. f im*..' 
MOM IMU. allUnN r."«ii .i.ri il.>.n.« ■ 

ID iMUtrM Two b»ilr'Hjli.« •! 

•nd t«Q upauui Um-mv c«m*iit i* > 
Heo howM And nukU barn Uotiii :■" ■ 
kfiorl tMrlod >t Iba vuf )«« (^OOO 

kKB BLOCK PBOH mOB VAST OP 

f«nr Modrra buMiavi Inn 

mu tlMS ksd ■ v4M . ■ . ■ 



.1 and 



L— HfHiM H^'I ! Y S4 

1 U>W ^A. IN' . 

r.t If IT'i 

liA'.^i u[ all k'Mlf 
' ir I iiu» 1 » rii In 



>r>< N WKMl BtTMOA- 



».a momo ooKPoaATUw. ltd. 



T WAirt A OOOD MOOAM VtTtHJk 



Ti7**nD — KKnt^iiooBa> booob. t 

*V KUiutea tTocn bua. owUld* eltr- UitM 

bMrmcut If puMJi'l*. St to S kcrt SMOd 
■ ftrdaci. chwk«n )..jum. nra«« no* 
u>] krMFut ti M)o Bo« TOIL 



1 f -AN rsL>— atCAU. UP-tO-OATB 
>* all riiadtn MBnnWwwK vMBtt*^;^ 
Ba* for edik ABPIV M., S«« flM 



icii'oo 



err mmru qoadka 

BOMOALOW, 



FOOB 



F^SS room. b»th f»fMM. W«U 



•» 9m at»M« 



StmOALOW 
PMOI lUn. TBHMS 

CJITDATBD within tfe* f aita-»-h*U-wl> 
n drclM. on » toad I M MU clow w.^JJ? 

br Um pTp*«n( ovBcr •bwrt n*« rc^n mto. 
ftnd cant«in* VeatllMld. UvUu-roam uid 
dialni-room with drnlae*. ■Qaroam. uirM 
brtcbl bedroom*. ■iMpini poreti knd 
bklhrOMn ConveaUoi klleh*n with pUntr 
of mpbnkrd*. 'l*"- c^m*nt t>»»einrt>t. 

1m, 1 »)r r irn»cp 

4*n BrTaikl nn:* fch»>l« Hrfi uee*. 
uaali tnilU. roMa and nirj«: in- lit)*. 
BMnlrli tair> 
Will 0OO>tdu LTAdlRi '»r ^un■aM>« u 



,.w- dnilii:t Ilvim n-ni: •ntl tliiilin 

I'.uiii lar«p tif3 bliflhl nrri'lki r bulll Iti 

fiu.'ivt. panirr utd brlitiU mmII liU^ 
briihi bMltooafc BiM olMM* M 
CPtBanI buuMM. Wfjfc 

ftna jtlHcnbtM 

orr HuxaioB Avnm 

$1900 

fMygr rnrTR-RoriM Bi-*«i ■ inw ON 

^-^ eornvr int. IMiu: V Ti tw.lr'aimv 
MtUar-room wlUi ntM-i "I'-i^liur. bathroboi 
■ad UMmo. Mmm >i*»mitat. L«m 

fl hU fcn t>«UM aad run Wrl! laid-ovt nr- 
dan. Ttmu. IWO Man. balanc* Krruued 



nW MLB 



VICTOK 1 A Hjr.A L t y 
in Vlrw Hlmt 



* fllJlLUIHO, l.ni 

Ption»a lOM-SlM 



HBAtmiUL 



yPBciAiji m crpLANnB lots AT AT- 

Icni or ttiipr II r t'i<.rtF ' >i iiiiiarT loli ud 
lh» hK-ni 'ii.' nif fi*ri-ni-ly rMoke Brach 
Drl»a rr.K.in«fs, ID.' ft by lil fl . tot 
tl.Ali. a/iil 12 T.fi ' I r*f Tfrrac* RoAd- 

■r*»n»l tlr.f oahi but rt'volrt ut undrr- 
«n»wi(i, IZI tt Irnnuixr 11.3*0 T!i.« |« 
itif oMr ■railahlfl int in thu w.^llnn Hirat 
Ttf ulty HrrTli r. 9D1 rtirl ttlrrn ■•ikunFI 

-HVHK ill 77 



ACmBAOB TO BSNT 



«■ ' m bi 



t-KOOM MOP- 
arn bttnvatov, villi «ictii aeru of 
lAiul \a (ruit and p«aM|i«» vUh or wIUmM 

1'. Af.rtt wiib >aawn« aad 

Utickril l>ri',>*A 

J K MOII-ANP »* PBmb»ru.ii Blk 



rA&MS FDR ftAUC 



BAJfOf MUP 
aaft. la saod dla trt at. Pw 



JOKlt O 



tm 



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mr err nor ^wr baamicu road 

Wonderful vim of tlw Bm aad 
, Burroutidlnm 

6*>'« ACRBS of cXiaica lukd. M MrM 
w MMtor EOltlVBtliMi. « Mf>w rtaitd Uid 
II MTM Umbaradi m roek. T«> l ao et mi- 
Ucc ftnd MfanI cJuskM bMHM. twlr 

to clmr UdiI, Ihrrcfon fOU MB ludxc (or 

ytrarlHt rio* rrAtoiutWir V> are aSerliK 
Ukla farm 

All r«tini()c impltnawtt aad t4M tjior- 

ouctibr^ rrilrkeni iBflMiril 4h« »!• 
Incnmv IruRi aaW (( BMP tNaanU to 

iiM P«r BoeUL 



112^00 

M. a iMun * Oft. vn>. 

m 'Via* StMat OPpotfU BpvBwf • 



X4U «ulct talc. 11.000, wrna T 8 Ut- 
rhtrman vhoa* lata. 



NOTICB TO CBBPfTOBd 



A IIDLIDAT BPCrlAL 

2*>1 nn~'^*'^^ fovir-rooai barw»lo« 
(hrrf-Pi*!^ baitiroom. haannrnt 



A. W. JOffBH LIMITED 
im arvad Btraw "^"n* 



BKHTT BOOMB; POn TtBW 

rBlOl (TBRMSt IS-Ma 

'pma to an «»e«ptinii*u» ■»» baiu ho«»* 
I itandlti* on twH lar«* ifXv hp»oiifulI» 
IrMtf and in lawn (•'■d'-n Thrff •!* 

fi»UT nie» lar«r rrwimi r 'oii hall 

dovnttairt. all with pi>lnhi*d r.'ioT», ihr^* 
ha** i»P«n nrtipUFM. taut Une. brtilit 
bMlriMRii upti«lr». with lara* clo«h*i 
clnMi* and potiahad fliMr* M-parale bath 
and loim Aa fief^ptn'fiallj fin' rrtnrnl 
bawmtrnt with a 1aundrr-r(y>»n, (ruii-room. 
tninaaiank room and a toilpt. UuniIrT 
lubk ard fomaca Wf can »how »ar 
inUtMttd rlirut •»« ihlt htm** hr ap- 
pai&UBMit aad can arrania wnaa 10 i«ul- 



TWB b«aullful mia. undrr Intrnar ir«IUva 
tion Pinm *arir(ipi at Ian* and mtall 
frTitia Attpltt. rbrrncB. »*ara. ptmchfk. 
al»o bii1i*A valnuU Rna lavn. ifc/tib- 
' brrr, and nnwrn aalor*. at «iiU aa a Dm 
' vf««t*blr (amnn Oafaaa- L»w Ubm. 

'^ri'.rr.l.nre furtUIUMk ffiwB IMlft 

ma/ b* had If deurad. 

uamxws rbaltt 

riHNU M9 9X Orrr HaUdat 



•IrwHA/ raoB bunaatow. lart* ItTlnt 



man locatiow 

'pMifl la a twa-ator, houia m laad 
I .-wnUtj and )a Ut flrU-«Uaa ««idlUan- 
• r« rontn. dlaina^raom. ktuibm aad 
rai.'iy downaUIri; alio rwMptiaa ball 
Thraa lood bedraoau upatairt Palitbad 
flaaca. apaa firtplaea. lull citnrnt baaemmi. 
'fiuoae: laaadry taba aod an astra iMlai 
In batamrnl HIca lot, larat' r(i««. OO 
icroii. I« aiMl 

■ — T» HABT * TODD. LTD. 

Ill wrt mam 



nAormL uuumtbt bou 
on TBS WAmntoMT 

within >a Mtnutva' Untar Drif* 0I ihr niT 
''PHI PROPBBTT aMMaU nt iiut owr 
L 13 acrva Pram tha main tn*n a 
aindlna dnvawar. boandnl bT tr'r<, ifad* 
In th» tiO(it». wMch. bp»irtM lar»P pnrthck. 
TDMaiDa Miar.taui drawint-tDoai. aunmoin- 
di-Hnc-rnntn bitehrn and t^'irifia va artUl 
llMt Upttalri thara are thraa MdMMUL. 
brud't irunk-moma. rtc 

Th* vrnund* mrTonndint !!■.■ itfHi** ar* 
laid nut with lawn and walk*. bnTdrr#<l ^ 
t fi-|< « * • > tt rn>f>* a/id nrnampntal ahrub 
'.'f, a-n r a ira houM> in nr\r cornir addi 
I HI rB'-i:vrnp*a 
11,. K'lrhrn tarrtrn and a dfl- 

r f n"; vith amall fruila. tiicr* ar* 
i"> 'fl-- •> alM about (ti acrra 
,1. ■ "11 1 1 s w)i!rh u takan car* ol 

bt inp (■rilri'Pt. whn ha« a kRiall cottat* 
cut likhi aTid watrr ar* laid nn HcM 
vitirr hrallna f araae and owlbutMtntt 
r <aii>ii'i;' a fpw at tiie particular! of *hai 
• - ..ir, r f (n b' nno nf tlW DIMt dMrabli 
t'>unir7 noidioci obLalnabta vithln Miy 
<«aM ot Uta «ltr. 

mm 9M.0M. 

InqtacUon bf awnaf ttii ooIt 
■RtTT * m, UUITED 
Raal Mala, nninnlal and lanraan 
Atanu 

It IW OatamaaBt Btnat 



rflMti. Ibraa-Mica batbrootn. fall baj^inpnu 
>arat« Far ttapacUon and furUirr dctalU 
•M Ha. 

•*>*>Aft— CTTT PARK PISTRICT Blx- 
^""^'V' Tf)om bnoaabnr. baaaaast and 
[iirnai-r TTiii la MiktB wbIBIbb dlaianni 

0>>^>m; Her* la jMr cbaaaa to sal a 
nrw atucro nUw-raaOk bUBValMB, }m 
nmahPd an<l wlUi avarr aiadam eoeraal- 

rnrr 'lak Hoor* Nlcel, aliuaM lot 
(iar4<p 

lf*> »» H n / aubiirlii Thij rrrr modorn 
tli*'toam bunialnw lanv 11 - room with 
Ut«« n»pn flr»plarr, uiu*l«d on a toll 
quarter-acre I0L coaknasduu a woDdrrfui 
«l«w The lot u all iB baaatiTuI lawtu and 
aardan. baarlai trail UMa. uaaU fnUla. 
ala. OdiaBa. 



Talm lltr««i 



Ptkaaa tf« 



^2950 C** l'0t7K-BO0HB> 



biBiiaiBv. ton caaaani 
Biani and walka. Rceapuaa hall, laraa 
drawloi-reoM, pr>*i»d brick aiaaUL tva 
laria badroona. ratfllrni rInirU. arattr 
Uiraa-ploa* balhroam. briaht kli£baa and 
aaaaraU paatn wtUi alnk SlUHMd Omia 
dutrwt Tm lu. Piaiw dwdeafc: vww 
or mauatalaa. a»BB«l fea nplMad ai uw 

prka. 

MMSra O. MHPCTMAW- 
IM aw ma w Bt MaMlahad lau 

AMeH BaMaBa IMat amaia Dapk. 



iPd In . 


-11 a par- 




\ti wirct 
1 Siitnmrr 



WATWUmOKT BtrMMKR BOMB 

ow SAANicit im.rr 



\1^K havf hMn Initfu 
• » ti'Uiatl* ai'-ractlT- 
aliti ■■rfn«l»11in ot 1 
tiinaalnw ranlalnlnt vpii urgr nvina-fooui 
With bta nprn Arrplacf. larar »rrrpn*d **r 
aoda. ocM badrooro. kltchvn and thrr* cipir 
balhroaak- Madam aaoltatlatn Ctcaltanl 
walar tuaplf . Wrtl-boUl baalbaaaa Oaraie- 
Oiw baadnd IMk ftwikMi aa baacb and 
raad b, IM faal la m*I1l 

Thia u OB* of tha aaat BaittaMi aff«r- 
'ttat on Ihr natkei and U MWM U IM 
W7 daairabta Dcura gl 



4t||cxiuri ii'M.ALOW, pUa- <>r;ik 

VBBY cmou'lt roUHTKJ aOUS 
MOUNT TOLMIX 

A BOOT IS ACflEH Of BKAirrtFtn. 
OROUNIW T»,.NM.y ijvws and Sum- 

^.■,--^.^.,■,p OaHriFN A MAU OP 

niix.u wrvitNTv Mixim rnnrr nma 

t'EVKN RtXJMElJ imuBK. npfti (Iraplaaa 
and c^lUt Bn rr . r hirkrn nnutra. oat* 
buUdlnta MODERN BATHROOM SUfal 
ear cloaa. bua paai door ror iBiiaadlat* 
quick aaJa thia prooaru radsead ft^iUVt 

froai »t.M to 4P*4iUU 

lOf afftr. Trrma could ba artaiiiadi 



nUBERTOT * dOH 
FboiM ua Baaalah Dipl. V 



S3675< 



BKADnraii mamsLD BtmoALoow 

/ tHARMIMO nVOOO BOMB, an In won 
d«rlij| lardan, elaaa to ainat cart and 
KhoQl Opan lira la lana imoa-raoai. 
diama-raan. I>utab kllelwiv. two badraoaia. 
hiU aaawM baaaw a nt. turaaca aad aaraca- 



$5700 



HAW?<ll,AN LAKE SI'lirlAl. « nNC ' , 



s 

thp !Bkp. a^lli mainlflfrtit tlifW »n<? ira*rl 
tMacIi Cbiiifp Hitaiiofi All nlcal/ iip«d 
aad alopln* aradualtr I1 Itia water Nu 
rock Could I»* mat* mm a »eri atlra< - 
ti*» priTatrii park, lite cjuia far tb» tii 
Iota T. 9. MaCJ ortoeU. Paw barteo B Md- 

^AAmcs-poam moomb; uarr n x im 

O in *ruit. barn and aaraaa. 

ANOTHER rour tooaw, 
and loitoc pnaa iMa 

Xu rooau. baaanoot. (Mb Mttai- M 

S IM PvtM lUM 
ARE trmaCT rxr* rooms, batb and 
loki't. D^vlr rppalntMl Prica tJ-W 
ar aTTri 

TTUmniaj) n»p i-jom iH-mto bunaalnw 
A- and laraa' mc« t3.«QA ar offar. 
-TbAVIB BmBTT— Fl r e o a i ad baaaaktw 

i-' nmofwto foundaUoa. eamaat baiaaa fc t. 
rumaea Priea nJOO 

OAK BAY. MAROOI DRrVB—PiT^.roowwd 
atufiro. with fiirnar« and aaraaa 
bf nwnrr and will aril at coat. Fnoa 



IM m aurtss op tn bbtatb of 
rntmnnA mum. or p*bk 
viBw owvb. iMuudoa MtMietMUTT. 



JOfiEPH i: BBJDOMAN 
MH BrtnisMon BV RMati:i>rird IM* 

Alb«rt Burdon. lUal Eitau D'pt 



I All prrwnk haTlDt olalM aaalajl tha 

ruatp nt tt\f abovf-naiTw^ dnenaad. who 

rliPi: fin Ihr 37nd dar Of April, and 
■vl^r.u- irill wHli a kiyliri; Ihr rrtr. Waa 
j pro»M m Ihr fluprrmp C<»jrt of RrllUh 
Icolumbta. at Victoria. 8C. nn ihr ITth 
jdar ot May. 1939. br Thf Rnral Trjat 
Companr. lha fsocutor lh*rtln named, arr 
hrtebr required to aand br poal prvpaid 
full parttculara of thcit elaima aad ol thr 
•acorlltaa twld br tbeo. duly wrlBad. ts 
UW iindamctiad. the tald Tlw Bvrdl Traat 
OMipaar. an v befara tba 4tb Aar at Mr. 
tm, at lb* Bsdar-atanUaoad addraai. aad 
to taka naUea Ubat artar aaeli dau Um 
•aid Tnurt Oonpanr will pra a aM Is dla- 
tniMika aaaala at tba aald- ^Baaaaad 
■ moua«i thai paraana anUUad tbctoM bav- 
in 1 rpaari] onlr ta tba tialma Of which 
thr aald Trust CMnpanr aball than hav* 
had notire, and lt>» aald Truat OontpanT 
will not bo liable for the aaaeta nt the 
■aid dereaa^ or anr part ihere^it ao dii- 
irtbulrd to anr prraon or p*'r»onB of whoap 
clalnia the, ahaU not ihrn haip had notice 
Daiad tbia itb dar r>r .iim<- "t^a 

TUB ROTAL riC'SI ' (iMfANY. 
Bf Ita Bollcltar. A. & IHKS8 
BalHOBt Beoaa. mcHrta* B.O. 



MB OITT PBonBTT 

T oT~ 1^ nuvnnv avbwub. ^wbaf 

Ij orM*«naf. prtBi 9Wk nwn> Biern- 

inaa UOTT 



BravmALT 



A 



EBQCIMALT fUTVBBTED LOTS 
RS rnu aware there ate ainrr than H 
P*r tent of '.he fitif*t« of E»iu»malt 
who own their bnraea. and lete than IS per 
rem who want ta aelL and no h»u»ea in 
rent at ail* Tha^ valuahle hnmenliei 
Uii'lrr ahnvr (ncdltion* ahould be a flrrat 
lr>du««mant to lha conLractor or home- 
bfUldor. Tba cUmala and baautUel aur- 
Toundlasa ara tba baat to ba fannd ao the 



__ Mlt until umm taad hoiMaiiM 
Ban an baaa a^ tbao pom ta anr affire 
and aar. "Wa dldn'i fctMw thoaa vara tba 
loU rou ware aatllna wi reaannaMc" Ooma 
in BOW, before it m inn lai«. and aaa far 
fouraelf fhir cars are ai ,mr aarrlea. 
Ynu will nm- be imiMiterl ir ruu don't bay- 
It la rour bitaineM in the beat *allia an 
the markPt Remembei. «• are at jraiu 
aerrtce DraL laab aad all tlw tUaa. 

A lot Of ttoN;.tai* baan aald. B* hara 

aoma nke oH*1iB PHi IBBtfBB MB W 
upward. 

Wa lapiMMl b nBMbw nt Mad Baard 



W. O. VALLAOB 
ittff Broad Siraat 



Bora 

J. w. AMorm 

Pboot iltfr 



Jj^BOPaiAtT 



WallBM * AlBtaH. 



son. 



BABOAJMB XB BAABICB 

■naoBPBdT LAica watbbfbont buh- 

1 OALOW, TWO OLB ABBP l^iT^ r^VK 

pRom. 



rvMs 



t4500 

aaowM * oom I.TD. 



BATB uvm wrni na 
p^^hhbdiatb balb 



aa canatottctlan. 
Drawtni roam. dtalaa-roaa, altab- 

rti (lathrniim. Uim liiiiliiianii on 
■ rininr) ftonrr nprtalri baa baao 
aniaheil uiranahMil with V-lnInt 
Full ceRieol bakem'M, with r^r 
nace and matd * roota ~ wr, loix, 
tB mlandMI a ardana Iniit and thad* 



PBMBnTOB « BOB 



owBSk icuar bbu* 



WBij,-«"n.T 
^rt^k lout 
and fl*«r'r 

ItAtJ' AN Ami 

la bicb Mat* m rulumim Baanic&, claaa 
to Biff WtA 

OKLT ll.tTk 

ARRAHOD 



UkUH 

pan pnraMM. 



RKAL PAMn.T noant 

•■LL-/v>N9THmrrBD BOMB at atabl 
brtaht pooitertaMp raraa. aaotaimlnr 

nianr b«i.l> MMiraoJaoee* kbra* oi»' 
nrppia^a cement baaaneat witb 

a.r furna'-p ••■h laba, eW- Oaj^euJam 
piaiioed and i*f»M9 deoajeaied Oip 
itMrd arte »f aardan. wilb ail fclMi at 
llAwen and rruiu. Floa h'eh W.iMm. 

TAWa aam W car - - 

Tbla bMM toB cm f«« the H AXmifW 

IT m WOBMBPrn* TAUm iff IMA 



OtIARUINO OPLAMDS ROMS 
IlEDdCXD FOR QDICTK BALB A areal 
■ a barcain at thu prtce Modern alwero 
bunialow of beautiful daalan. rmtalnlni 
lateit teaiure*. tncludina rliwtrlcal power 
malaliatlon Lara* llila«-ri>om with hard- 
wood floor, beautiful dlaiot-roaim with ' 
BtacQidcant view. Oaaiaai baaaaant. rui 
oaaa aad aaraaa. An wfttobdlBB boyt 

BOBBVBAM * aOBOOB 

m KM vmm aua 



omr HOME n* nty r. .urrntT 

•BOOU BEUI nt Nr.Al.i<W. wlUi fuU 
plUmblM. lari' np*n flreolaee; 
acrta ckarad land rhickpn houaa far MO 
blrdai Imt ttaaa. On main road. baU baar 
br Midr. Prlca ll^OM. 



6 



ito p.a 



Hi 



B8AB UBiffBsrrr bobool 

6<aOOBCBD BOPBB oa one fk»or: three 
_>ld >B0MI. ilnlna rnnm. HHna-rc-.m 
•BBB Wllb built .1, r'Bl'.i;>v halhroon-: 
BaMMant, Btervmc f '!!->> mil Min porch 
Oarac* Radecoramt '..n* rpar with ana 
acra TacM 140 lit mw arm 'MiMar 
aa ab a n aa far alaiUar pric« propenr aanr 
Ba« KanlBlBl* BabkMb Vi 



HOMBl OUR BPBCrLU,rT 

5 -BOOM MOPBRM BtTtrOALOW - fam 
autMa aitf Ii«lt« Uaod laealitr- 
Vaar blab baaltto dMrteL Banaa mb- 
Bala M lam lleiBt-faaai. tna badaaaaa. 
wan aaaipvd kuaboa. thraa piaaa ba«h. 



aaraae and aalbolUlaaa. eaaaliant 

tardPD. Hrip oak ilioda treei Threw lacaa 
>La. •!! in taraen aad email frwli 



Ownrt I* tnrr auaiawa ta aelL 

OAK BAT - FraaltaallF naw eu-rown 
aWeea reatdeiMa: rwB *- n km- 

AS 

$51250 



$1.jOO 

CBNTlC^ KKAriKO STRAWBCRRT DIB- 
TKI' I, riVd A'-REB. 

c»4 >on MOi L . ^jOIJ 

BEAOTiruL LITTLB IXIUHTBY MOMB 
1 ACXB. MORS OA LBBB. TAaiBFULLY 
J. arraooad wlib ib nibb a ry . Waaja lawn, 
orchard and mall fruit. Buaalaw ol 4 
ronma and modrrn bathraua. alaeute Ucbl 
and piMNi* Taxee about It- •»>7?^A 
Obkcbea bouia far SM bird* ...V-^**^ 



aOUaV PtmNteKED WA 
BUKUALOW 

4-BOOHB. OPBN PmaPLAOB. B^XLT-nt 
Maboaany Buffai witb plaw alaaa fla- 
tiirea Bxrellrnt daUi dawM* taraav- 
laiea. tlJ FIT TO UTI IB ALL YXAH 

ROUND. Nor A aoincBB ixjitaos 

^■""pX " ' fcsoo 



DrritTUfirfKD to SAcninci 

EAL GOOD CHICKEN rHOPOBIIION 
with 1 acraa. Vk acre Slrawbpriip^ 

MOORB. Jbnr plabtbrbd boroalov. 

a 4nnwb Baaaaant caraae CRk 

.l-.TIOH. WO. Ownar be: 
awar down, la- ftjeuut 

P BH aWi ' UB * BQM 



ts na ■""■^g^ij^ggS'* nmsB 

IN FBOBATB 

la Ibe M*lt er al tba VMola mi WILUAM 
BAWraum. Daaaaaad 

TARB BOnOa tbaa P r obata at tba WOl 
of the febBwa-naoiad daePMad. wtM dMd la 

the citr ol victana. 9,0., an ar about tba 
aoth Mar. IBM. baa baaa laauad ta F B. A. 

Norton, the Caerulor therein rume^, br 
order of the Boaoarable Mr Juattca 
orecory dated tba Utb dar of June. IMP, 

All p«raana haeloa claim* aaainat ilia 
uid eaiate are reauealed to aend full t>ar- 
tirulara ihrrenf dalr veriAed br itatuiorv 
dMlaratlon tg the tinderttaoed. the aollri- 
tora for the aaMt Biecutor. on or before 
the laU dar of Jul*, tm. alter which 
date lha Executor will proceed with the 
dutntnitlon of the eeta'e of ihr aa<4 
deceaaad. haeina reaard onlr to u^h rlaiiria 
of whWb ba tltaa than bate raeeteed noure 

Datad OHa M^ dbp oC AM. A D lan 

HoRBiaT. traanxT * lows. 

ot IDS Belmont Hmiie. corner 
OoTemmeni and Huntboldi 
atreeta Vlrtorla. BO. Bollcl- 
lora ttr the aald F H A 
BortoD. the <i.aid Bucutor 




The Prnvinrlal Board Ol Baaltb WtB p|y 

11.^ rui per pint n{ bload. Bc PT« fBiB tar 
■Dialler lunniiitea. to aultable paraona who 
hAvr r<-<'i>Tpr'-i1 frnm t*allnm,eiltU (In- 
fantlk ppiralxiki at any time within tl>* 
laai iwrntr flee nan. Both malek and 
litnalaB pivtna aatiMaatarr blood condition* 
•rt aUklble. Feraooa under twrntr-one 
muat apply lUfwisb tbatr pareaia 
tuardldna Applj br lattar to Dr. n K 
Vona*. Pnviaclal Bvalth OfOear. Partia- 
maM BBttdttWa. Victoria. BA . 



KOTirB 



IN TWT MATTWR OP TBB BBttfiHMT 

TITir ftr.V COMFAKT iCANAnA). 
I.IMirtli \uiheriied Awricner 

Trnrtf f. rei'Plyail hr Ih' undcr- 

alened fnr I'.f i,ijrrha'e .n whnl' nt I'l part 
of the au>et.s u( i:ie aboir Companr ai llH 
Daualaa Biraal. Victoria, eanaruiat ata- 
chloarYi aaiiHiniBBt. aM&a and taatariaia. 
ArraaaBMOls aaa la aadf tar vMrlm lha 
aaaaU bf aFBlrlBB«»to tba aotborlaad 
trsataa. « 

Tendon mnat ba la tha haoda af ine 
aadaralonad not laur than Thurtdar. Jair 
«. at II B'eloek aoao. and muii be atrom- 
aanlod bp Id^ of the amount lendrrp.-l 
Tbo towiM or any tender will not urci- 
•afUy bo dBooplad. 

B. O. RIMTOM. C A . 
AnUuolMd Traalaa. 
000 aaak fl TooMto BalMtoB. 



•Bargains 



AH ATTBAfTTIVI IlK.'I'fltr' 1 Uf- 
alaUna of IwaIre srr'*. rlelil iii 
paelure Flee-raoHkad will- built iio«» 
aaad aardao aad Iruit tirn *i all kloda 
aioall trait. Tva ahlckea iMwaaa aad 
Oaauallf tUoalad 



a WALLIOB 
Baal BMata and* laouranoa Aaani 

a * B. I 



bnlMlBd rtla. 



ptopartj 
•UB Ban 



Cnoir^ ^AANlrTf W fTKHmoKTAOE 

* »ii m r«» o«i a pAkoL near BtdnPT 
miiMripai water aad albaartc i t.t: an 1 

ahlr Land la PMnfeBi Vitli brau'.tfijl 

natural uaibet. nd Via provide a hlah 
«ni aatoadad elaw td 
•a and otanaar traffw. AdMiaa 
«( tap lata Bon. W O Ifiehal. 

~* $50(H) 
ma Boru. lanwr ooacPAirY 

TMorta. €c 

VTBta IB A BAItaAIR FtVB ATiO^i 
n all claarad atid paril* ruKleate.i 1 

Ihr^e bmlrivmn*. Iitiiic. 
Ilraiilara iNfpp n<erp balt.r^vian 
Ohtckeo banaao tor i^n fatrd*. eerue liable 
LMBk aad Btoaa Mam hi«>iwar WiLPT 
laid d^ Oaad condiom n ioo b.* 
BHM* Al On 



(►•RoOmerl House, in Kcod fon- 
•lilion, jAineo Hay •S.tOO | 

F.xrcllent S-Roome'l niinffali vi. 
< I'tfie to school and car \,nr I 
Cnrr - »a.lOOl 

Finf 0»k Bay Urt 
Another for - 



I 

|PBMBBRTON ft SON| 

1 6U Foft St. Pbote 3U ^ 



au 



IT - Fraaltaallp 
reatdeikca; fall 
vatar baattaa, Uraa bbol 
Aaava aad all ■koo.m eaa 
alOB lot; aaraee 



A r-«l 



THB CITT 
lA. T 



:» wAMku To Buk — Mouaaa 



AUmMD CABSOCBUUBa 
Utfl araad B«fan 



I iOSTOICBR WAim BCTBOALOW. 1 
^ In ata ntom*. new ar pMHat oav. 
•aiet heal, in a hlah i aalUaa. biH aa* 
built htflh a*ae* tae arauBd, «<ttt at laaaa 
two Ma. or vtib addmanal tend a-allabia 
Mt.aaar in* t*a wnx anr TWB FURJO- 
TQBB Tnn, nr BiTiTAma. Tha Rayal 
Tnia* rewBpanr Betmaai ffawa^ Vic- 
toria. BC 

TTAVB inium,.- ivcjirmiBB fbom 
"•^"V.'"* n«naaiawa wbicb 

ara la t «d ,■ ■ .,„. ,„« can be hoaalll 

AOtodBbSU 



ACRBAOK OLOM IB 

J I Arnas nnt -ciaai laad. aboHl M rnui 
*' treea lil>-al kt^t far wp r BaWul loaaa 

irm iKwd Are roomed beaaa. bartx. 

hickea bowaa. caraca. Lwttt aad H apa. 

'"'"aJ^SaSS? 



Prira 
Br» 

•M RrooeM'r 
ajberi Bitrd'< 



BTinxtUAN 



A Sn«p tm Um 6«rdM Lover 

BunauJow, flee rooma. wi<!i >ia[ir-wiir 
eoMaat baMmeat. Turnafp i'ir-.-iiiM]>.i 
*l|h three lota, artileh .a 'inp f-r 
pretueat rlacwa in all viruiria ^>'lT>( 
atndded with * few oaa irpea. r , . 
w^ba and lawna. In tact. 11 la • i-.i 
Pbradlaa Waa bated al ia»M but 
tba amar la leavtoa for B«r«v* win 
■aenBca rae ••.MO. which price in 
"Ittdee raraitara. lo iaa a nd biau ranre 
.in hoaaa far •4.0at. MOW AOT QVTCK. 
IM par MOBih. IMP eaab. btirt laur- 
roan modem baaaalew. an V arrp i,>i 
tM par aanfb. which laelndei intPmt. 
with IMO caah. baya aew akadem aiurfu 
bunaatow la MrdaU Batata. pour 
roottA. bwOt-ia batb. aaoint baeeikkeni. 
rurnaee CVoa* to park aad baao h 
Ovarter-aere lou, Ml BdBk. M per 
mantti. to* 111* anA. 1BB» d»* 
UMi. aa bua Una 



UTIII L UTIES. m. 

§gm aad Aal* t aa aeaaee^ C an»«<toaoL 




r.-l ArRBF. WT'- 1' "'■ '! 1 M ATRBB W 
*'■« bar. an mam n>«d 




SAAfTKH ktM WATTOFBOWT riT" V 
a"*. n-~rn "*lt** oiit Ml feet ae*. 
frimtae* |o Malahai Or)** Voa- 

aerftil T*t» pMiaaet water taM 00 

aeartna Baothaataa Tbla la a a||t. 



Saanich Seafront 

Tbwncr Park, PitricU Bay 
Safe SaiHly B«Bch 

BcBatiFlll. aertiirlerl, la^el park 
lBn4. watft ^le-irtr liKhl 

4vailaM'- ' --'"r f.-.»f1 

1', ACKE SITES. •2.*MV4> 

Coles. HowdlftU.. ua. 

! ft3a View St. T«L U 



lUIMANDSACINO 

SEjISON BEGINS 



Vlfflnla Beaui7 ( a.ptumi Openlnc 
Haiidioap at LanMlowDf — 
(rood l^ir!. PAid 

VANCOUVER. June ^9 Virttmi;. 
BBBttty, Jotir-yBBT-old mair uwnr<-. 
by H. O. Katsel and ridden b> 

PollBvd, won tba cvdplng baodlcBp 
tdBtom 9wmA at lanBdowna Part 
thli Bftaraoon. ttM lln« dfty'i tadac 
of the BritlBh OohnaMa BtBioa. 

Tbfi winter's Uibb wad 1:U 4-8. 
A obw track nscani tar Kix 
turUxttf at lAzudowna 

The winner started At owra thBn 
4 to 1 Bad paid $104S aOaHML 

Good prtoes w«re pM In tbe 
tnAjority of events. 

Aral race — Six lurlona* 
Lahonton 'Rot>ertaoti • 110 30 I S Jo | 3 ■« 

iir-«i H l> JlrT,..,v..ot. 3 PO > 10 

tUiPl K 

AImi rail IfPi.iaiars, Our Dan Btrean. 
Clarinxttdp llin^ Pirnir. furpie Imaae. 
Tonr Beau, Kcaia, North Stiore Bcralched 
Miaa BnmerL Voueflor. Mlaa Paacoa. Opaar 
Bbat 

Boaand laoa— Plea furtanda; 
UHla Bof BlUB iBwB* 

.,• 1.70 t 110 t t oo 

SJTtmaton 'Ja^keoni ] 10 IM 

' ' < 10 

M>.i far Vi.t.honie. Van Loo. AUtarta 
l.ail. Mam tiMter Bwell. Sincaa» BUWk Oao> 
t' t ScrauheO L«dr UulcUttabM. 

Th;r(j raca^Flv* furloaaa. , 
Olad All«e (BrandfMI>t ABB I S M | t-M 
Barbara Ana ftaod- 

TM Tli 

L udanut iralUrdi , . , .„ 71ft 

AlBo ran- Winnow. Wooir Baob. Diabki. 
Ida Fllapalrtek, Baltr. Baratehad Bone 

Ptonnta rae<>~HUo aad aaeaatv raid* 
Baalpr Borne (FaJaeil IIS M I 0 10 | 4 SO 
Quinine iBroadFooii 400 14a 

Oii»p Runn lOnrn.t,- 5 

AIki ran Vibrator m UarUak 
Bpark, Wee Oirl. .lari.. Alfpg 

tttrhli-lieri Ota. ai'L'oier 

FiMh raee-ais lurlonaa: 
Viratnia Beautr tPM- 

1*'0' BiaU I «M 4,M 

Viawu n (PaUaaii. iitO 0 10 

Pn<«*«ly fBUtbda) . 171s 

AIw raai BlMfir. Fat. Bamadaa. Ho 
BOort, Lmb ^Iram Tavlor. Dappar. 

BMfa rata— au fDrlanca: 



*»<to»' • ■IIJBMMSIAM 

Wnolr Meieor tprad- 

lAOO 0» 

Aalii iColIinB- . , ft 40 

Alao ran Ooldtn Olna. Bbaata Blahoa. 
Tea Ball. Valear, Trada Wloi. Pttrttr Bbat. 
( hat. Plain Pelow Omaraaa BcMaebod. 
Soparnaor. Maoai Ohdd. Mlaa Turlep. Poa- 
dlaa Qoaan. 

Bavanth raca—UUp and oaM-aitlMntH: 

Bhaek •Jaekaon) »lJt9AMI4ia 

Loula WrldBt rBmiiwa) ... 14.M 10) 
The World (PollBrdi- SM 

Atito ran flweet MBOdP^ llBnp Mawa. 
Trfr1r^e^. Red Banner. Bipildllla aWnMl- 
'd f^ouit Arreleralor 

MONnAT'S KVntlEH 

FIrat race- -Bi« (urlonoa. clalalna. three- 

raafdida and bp; 

Ab BOOMT 

l^atlaa 

Culiacaa , 

Buaeer ,, 

Kidder 

Aanaia 

vaerflod 

BrWna»B«,.-^ . . 



Teniaa . , 

Bham BaiUo .... 

Alao eliaiblo: 
Qaaaa OUato .. 



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111 
111 
110 

IB1 
101 

UB 



Ml AtnlaD m 

LttUe Bbaata lU 

OUMar OoM - IM 

W a r oad r aaa #iao and ona-hdlf fBrtaoaa, 
claimira. punr IMB. B w oa- f aa r oMi and 
uf iTopavw ac Sritlih OotanMa avaer* 

BpPBi Bhot 10* 

l>.r,r. J IM 

fli«r wtjim IM 

I'atr at! ti . .. .. IM 

Utaa Cmmerl IM 

Miaa Faaca . , -f* 

Cap and Oown IM 

Oarathr BiW IM 

A Tr aoa nr o ....t 1** 

•Fat kfabawa ™ IM 

-iriBt Jdtv ^ -A 1*1 

•BaaaaB - »M 

Alaa iOBlMo: 

Oaaa .4 

BinTana ^M 

My BaD i aoad »* 

Ofooan BaM »• 

Third race -Bis furlaiMa. firtV^ftva Tblda 
clabatno. ourie. tnree- raar-aMo aad up* 

Kllauaa, 11* 

Frank Oailar n» 

Randolpb Its 

Wrona Naaiber H* 

p*nanelar IM 

viklna , ;« 

•Oraaaatalald I >** 

Pandlaa Qoaan <M 

•MlH Turtar — IM 

■Parrr BrIU .^t IM 

•l*d» Barratt .-— IM 

•Mlaa RoebaaWf PI 

Al*« eilalbl* 

Murtel H I" 

War Balam , ••• IM 

•riaahr IM 

*Kltutflame • ...t.. IM 

Mlb McOee ....... IM 

Fourtsi ta n iBrtMBBA ^ tbraa- 

Taar ■o'ldt naif' 

Olad Edon Jii 

IftUe OOP JM 

Fill O |M 

I!r» OlddIa OlddlO 

Dapper .. J" 

Lnve Ohorat ™ 

Ptoln Pom • i2 

lAoky Mniar "M 

pirth raoo-OaaMUOB Oap ■ ■ flfllnwi aqa 
note. puTM lUdB «MMHFaar-ald» aad 

UP ' 

Hamadan * J" 

Croea Bow 

U J MclfaJtr. Jr J* 

CTjeloBte ;fl 

Prlvataly • J" 

Bilir . *M 

DiBW anioi I" 

Biraoi Tartof - 

Dappar >?? 

Bpv 0W#» " 

aiith nt* ~ nvo tartoBBfc clalauaa. 

three rp«r "Ida Bad «p: 

hrnef * J5 

parrooB Beib 

jB. a 

Bantla .. •■■ 

Intbaaba « 

eaav Lad - 

•IJitta Braem »* 

•Hofvay Thirtle ' ■ ? 

Bewnlh rat»-MUe and one-alataanth. 
claiminai fimr-f aar-olda and up 

Tea Ball J" 

UiU* Man 

BopodtUa I" 

Taiedo Bam ]]° 

Oolden Olrna J'" 

ftupervlaof - ... J" 

coalrasaaca J" 

•Cloud Anadarator , J" 

•Pualan % ™ 

•Allaa toraina M 

■AppraatlM allawaaca oM iMf idi 
• I — 

BKITANNIA BSANCH 

A mpetlnc of the FXiwutlvr of the 
Britannia Branch of ihp Canadian 
Legion t» hfld on Tiir-iday pvr- 
nlng at 7 orlork It wtU foUowfd 
by A Rcncral mMtloc At 1 o'cIocIl 
A largv AltOMlaiiott vi naaAen !■ 
rrquest«d. 

"Uoet men who rcAch the top ol 
tba troe an taMlr." tt Is ctatcd. 
Itiar oAan BBerlflea loo aiaay 
Mends on tba way up. 



WINNIPEG RACING 



Race teaulta tter* 



WDTMIFm J.;ti« » 
todar (oUoai 

r".r»l ra. f ditw 1100 H Pit^m Canadian 
breda rnaiitPii irrrp »»«r hItJ» ar.d ui- 
Py^ and on* li*Ij lur^otiii 
Praiik AUpd KM M 79 I.' ■ 

B.letit (•wrv^lieati J U J 

SuIbbi nnti IS) 
Tinjf 1 il I > K.M1 tan Wild klafaula. 
Prta<;«aA Whiiiier. Bia Wbluiat. Ada 
Wblltiar. Ibkaeftud* LaaC, Mda WBtUIOt. 
Hay WbitiMr 



Burgess Bedtime Stories 

Happy Jack Loses .i Breakfast 

by THORNTON W. LlUKGESS 



BurprlM hAs oltan won b flaht; 
Tb BonetlnidB better far thAn 
Bdffht 

— RAppy JAdi fVjuiiTfi 

Happy .Jack RqulrTcl and pRrnicr 
BroTtn'R Boy ar-- ihf b^ot of 
frlcndiL Thpy havp br-cn for a long 
time. All Winter long Happy Jaolc 
was always sure of Qndins Bome- 
thins to eat, put out enpeolAUj for 
him. When Spring came FArmer 
Bnnra'A Boy stlU ooattoiMd (o pot 
out food for nippy JAok. Thare 
was ooe parUcuIar big flat atone on 
the old stone waU, Bltmg the etlgc 
of the Old Orchard, which Parmer 
Brfjwn'k Boy oald waa Happy Jack's 
Utble. Mtb. Happy Jack iwed to go 
tliere with him she was not rtuiK | 
so ff^rlMS R-i Huppy Jack. lor she ' 
hiwl ncsei hn'l quite coura«f enough | 
U) taJtp foixi from the hands ot j 
PbrmeT Brown's Bcf, as Bapmr Jmek t 
oft^n did I 

It (o Lhla table that Mr. and 
Mrs ilappy Jack prDOdly led a 
UtUe fBoiUy of four as Booo as thr 
laUer were old enongta. With b1- 
wBya plenty to dnt, tbeee younR 
rrey squbTtft tnw fuL Ver> 
proud of their family was Happy 
Jack, and a wonderful time they all 
had eArly In tbe morning as they , 
frisked About on the old atone wall 1 
and In the trees nsAr by. rAimer | 
Brown's Boy used to deUght In 
watching thrtn 

Earl y one morniin; Happy Jark 
had Ronp over Tor an citra rorly 
brrakfasl He was itltling on the 
rdge of the table— which, you know, 
WBA A Ms tut stone in tbe stone 
walL It WAS A beauttful Bpilnc 
mormne. lUe feotiMred folk were 
sbiglng and emrtblaa was ba 
peaceful A« rould br Happy Jack 
araM nlbbllnjt a tjit nf food rathrr 
daintily nj hr wBiu>d fnr hLs family 
In am\p 

Now, unknown to anyone. Robber 
tha Itat had moved over Iran 




"Tbla Is tbe (•^m hr*:ikf.iit Fvc 
far a Iotik unip uioofbt 
Happr Jack 



FOR SALE 

At Snap Prica 

60 Fett on Brou^;h^on Street, 
IRi) frti from DaupUs 

Girdwood & 
Co., Ltd. 

411 Broti^ton St. 
GroBod Floor, PonrtortBu Bide- 



NKAR THE SEA 

I'* •Iwrtn banaatftw. fuBr 
wain aaarul baJf a.', a' rr nl 
••I* niea Itval land, to «'«■> anri 
aansen 1W» f J ( M M ► 

a. a adaaoH 

HI 



nnia 131 



I Do rm 



tM aa 

a 

cApfTAA orrr oomi 



rarmer Brown'* bArn to a bole 
under the old itone waU. not far 
from Happy Jock'x Lable Prom the 
m' riir.rr i.i Oi.ii hole he had 
watrlu-d Happy Jark and hi« family 
!'iifflnB Uiemftrlvfii morning aft^r 
mominK. L*t<r, when hp waa iture 
that no one vas vatchlns. he had 
Kt^en over to tiiai big Oat rock and 
areedily eBten vbAt «ag Idf L Ttttsa 
he bad Kuntod back kifto bis bole, 
for tbt wars of snbbar tba Hal are 
ways of d AikUM B and bt dOfd opC 
Uka tbe sunUghL 

On this pATtkylar momtr^ 
Parmer Brown's Boy was up nn- 
UBusUy esjly. Rb bAd left a boonu- 
ful breakfast on that flat otooe be- 
fore Happy Jack arrived. There 
were aevpral things that Happy 
Jark was f«rtJcularly food of "IDilS 
U the besl. breakfast I've had for a 
lonK time, thought Happy Jat k aji 
he nibbled arid watl^d for A4rs 
Happy Jack and 'ii" rhildrm to Ar- 
rive "t wuh Llir family wtMikl 
hurry up. If ibey don't oont sooo 
T An AfTAll I ohaU be greedy ** 

It wsA Just then that there was a 
Midden rush along the top of tbe 
old stone watt aad Heppy Jtafc 
looked up ta sea Robbar tba Rat- 
Mg. dbty. ePlHoe mn iia t u ag 
straight at taba with aO his slMrp 
(oeth sbowliv Happy Jack ataiCBt 
turned a ba<~k .somerutiilt. ran for 
th* nearest tre« and climbed It. 
There hr wa* Joined by Mr* Happy 
Jack and the children, and they all 
nt there and rhatt^ed and acolded. 
uhUe Robber the Rat. grinning be- 
' *Tn bU4>\, Ktufled hlmaelf 

Now. rfiere tr no '.ne greedier than 
Robber 'he Rai. By Ihe time he 
had flniahed and gone back iy> hloi 
hole there was Uttle lefL Hapov 
Aek was the fUet ime to venture 
down. He mored mntlnwalt Thm* 
was MmethUt rBther tdrcttle taok- 

irii; abotit Robber the Rat. Happy 
j-j,ri ref\rhed the Oat stooe. Robber 
ii'jr Rai did not appear. Mrs. Happy 
k and the ebflAao venttVBd 

fl'.n;, to loin Happy Jmek. It was a 
knrp.wfvi! breakfast party You see. 
alt if t]ip br^at of the Inod had dla- 
spTx^'f-iJ an-l thrre anmn t enotigh 
left tn ffl-e them milf^ more tfian 
B btle aii At<nin6 

-Copynght lt» T W Btirgw 



slB aad BB^baif 

ntnaoBa: 

Tbafana C. UIM MM H 1< 

Maaaahla n «M >M 

Oraaaaroada a Ik 

Ttano, l-U I-l AIko ran Sonnr Sileni 
Pardner, C T Wi>rihinit'>n. Run Fride. 
Bhrtriald. Beowulf Btit Ka* Hniaam Hkih 
Card 

Third race Furae Iflon. Ihte* reat-old* 
and up. rIalMlaa, Uva and ooe-haU 
furlanaa 

Oharlatia MaB fti-H ffl t» 14 M 

lUlIkO k.M S«l 

Mala IM 

TUna. 1:10 1-1 Alao raa: UarrlAnd. 
OvIUai. BaruUa Kbt. Merry MAB. Ballr 
Mataon. Jodr BincUlr, Pooatao*. 

Fourth race Furaa UM. lhr«e-ae*r-olda 
and uf riaiiiiina. aiUa and one eisieenth 

Mad i<u> H.TO II *b ti 

Vennip diip ... « 0.S i N 

Boiitunntere . 4M 

Time t U Alao ran Bbephenl. Wapiti. 
PWrr MoiB. Mabraaka Lad. Dick. Aroall. 
Ttapnai Bsbp, Batbor BUL 

PUth raaa Furaa ai.MB, W. A- Allan 
Maatartal BaadlaaPt UirM yaaro aad vp. 
au farlonoa; 

Fraclor Baa rt U M M M 7i 

OoneUUuen .- VJO dlB 

au CaraoD 4.M 

Ttok*. I It Alao ran Uooart, Bone 

Kina. tAdv Clara. Cu'ias Ouinap Baa. 

Slith rare Purie l»nn ihraa^yaar-olda 
and up. cUkUkiaa. all and eae-balf 
furlMUk 

War DoU Ill 10 MM 13 OA 

Araue 1 10 lU 

amy Oat i«s 

T\ni« I SI l-S AIM ran Or McAnU. 
MoBSlK Batkr BaakaO. Oanaaua. Wood 
pan. Olpap Olri. 

aavanlb raw Pwoa MSB. thraa- yaar- 
aldo and up. alaanlnd. ■aOe and ackp. 
astamtb: 

BaoMa miD I14M ri M 

Marmarr < «o 3 M 

Prank O Uentr AM 
Tim*. 1 4> 4 •! Alu> ran Olf*. t>*itar. 
Far nail, Bonme Uanuente. Proepaab. 

INJVRY FATAL 
NANAIMO BC, June Fein 

ouim n. need flfiy-foiir. A miner in 
thr triiptny of the LantBTlIle Col- 
lieneis. Injured on TliurBday lAst. 
died u ow RuaiHD mvM at 
»0 o'eloek tdtfitot 

aaiB Bo. aen. 

Messrs. Stewart 
Williams Co. 

Duly Instructed by varlmiit rlients, 
wlU sell by Public AucUon at their 
Warehouse, 637 Yates Street (below 
Oovenuneut Street) oo 

Tuesday, July 2 

at 1 :iO n iiuanlltv of ujwful 

HoDsebold Fornitire 

Cafe Equipment, Etc. 

In^udlng: Nordhehnsr Piano. In 
perfect order, Ptano Bench: HAnd- 
Bome Massive Walnut Extension 

Table. William and Mary otyle. II 
niners to match. Walnut Sideboard 
en BtiHe hand-^ome Chlner^ rarved 
Hiill Seal . Carved rhlne,.** Hall 
THhl*> and Jardinierr Htand. heavy 
Knpli^h pitrr^ed brajw Pender. Plre 
Iroiu and Stand to match; brau 
helmet-sbBped OobJ Scuttle; 3 aets 
of Wronght Inn Plre Irons and 
Stands: pair of mougbt Iron Dogs: 
Copper OoAl Scuttle and nre B cr een, 
very hArul.wme; 4-Jiheir Mahogany 
Show Case, with bar-k Hiiu^hed with 
Mahogany PaneL«: 3 handsome Oak 
Wardrobes. Oak and Walnut Side 
boards; deep Ktuffed Chesterfield 
and 2 chalrf to match with loose 
cover.' : 7 ha n f1^nme Persian Rugs, 
including Bhir.iMi Kanks. and My- 
sore; upholstered Willow • Chairs; 
lAfge Knnka Refrtgarator; Walnut 
Cabinet: aoCae: 11 OiaM Chain: 
Grass Tables; U AuBtriaa Benft- 
wood Chairs; Obloov aad Round 

Tea Table.*: Extension TablBs; QraH 
Rockers. KU<:hen Cabinet; KlkSiea 
Tablefi and Chairn; Oak Coal Boseo; 
Vmt. Toilet Ware; Plre OuardA and 
BAfikeU. Cocoa M%U>; fall Hat 
Stands; Bllndn. BureBui and Wash, 
stands; Double and BUigle Wood. 
Bran and Iron Bedsteads. Springs 
and Top MattrenM: Plotuxas: 
dothes Korae: a ouantlty of good 
Ship And C«1t Uno; Ueat Safe; 
Whaelbarrow: Crocks: Scuttles; 
BUnds: large wall Sbow Csse: Tea 
MoAsures ; ice Cream Cone Holders; 
BAke Pans. OIsas Holders for laa 
Creami; ladder .Sprtnklern : Osr- 
den Tools; Hfd-.v Iron Roller; 
Orlndntone, Wire Nettlnn: Storm 
WlndowB Floor PrMi^-her: Window 
Screerw. CarpetlnK. and other goodii 
too DtuneroiiA to mention. 

On view tomorrow sftemoon from 
3 o'clock. 
WvK fnrtber partlealAn Apply to 




NAYNARD & SONS 

Avcnamas 

Instrurldd by the owners we will 
oeU at the resldrnre ills CvUlBsan 
Blmt. snmer of fook Hlrr<et. on 

TuMclay, July 2 

An the AlBMt Mev aad WW Kipp* 

tiousebeU Fumiture 
aod Fnyifs, Etc 

iDdMHliC' LadMT M***f Ty Pepre 
tab*, Rattan Am Ohalia tCTrinatBr 
Carpet, Oak tMnlng Tshle wRb Set 
of • Oak Dining Chairs lo aaatab, 
Cr laMcA. almost new Olmiboru 
fUnglc Beds, SpringA and Pell Mst 
tr'-w* Cream Rnamcl and other 
frnrifi ;>re-.«en ar.ri stands. HednBBB 
Table^i And CIvairi. ChSBt ttf Dnwavi. 
fi rair<i abnoM new While Wool 
Blanket*. Pillows, Sheeia OoBforta. 
Curtains, Unaleina and Coogobnim 
A>> SquATM. K. TAble. K. Chebs. 
CMblng VtBBfllla Croekerr and 
OlBBBwarik alOMPt new No 2s Ruud 
am WaMr Haiar, HhalieBi Hose. 
Oar. 
et^- 

Ow^nS I** Mnn^lay beinj a 'cMlai 

ih«a« goods Will be on view Tucaday 
mnmbig only. Tbbe 
tmr to reHmafBi Stmt. 



Hold'UpMun 
Proves to Be 

Old Employee 

VAN( OL'Vra(, June 29 - A few 
mmuleut ailer he had all^edly 
burst Into ih(? ufflre nf Oeneiml 
J W Stewart ftl 4J5 Howe Street, 
and demanded, under ilirrai of 
death, a note Uir tlS.DOO, .Nn n tk^- 
rich, aged tiurty-nuu, wa> arrested 

by poHoe oa obaitaB of attemptad 
robbery «Ath vtolfloee and oArrrlac 
a ooBoeated weapon. 
AeoordlB^ to OenorBl Staaait, 

Oogrlch. twlldly excited and caiTT* 
lag a rew ver In hU hand, rushod 
Into Ills 'See and demAndad tba 
note iiir general »"yitlIBnid Bad 
gave the man a note 

Oogrlch left tlie premises sha* 
dowrd by Dan M*i#(k1. of il^r ofBce 
lUff Neannii the cotirtlu.u Mc 
L*od noUred a polloeman and tiad 
Oogrtob Arnstad. Oeneral fitewArt 
stBtas tbAt Oagrleh was employed 
by hU eontpany about mtaen yaurs 
ago on oonstmctlan work on tbe 
PacUIc Oreat RBStem Railway. He 
was Injured then. and. Oeneral 
Stewart gaya. has been demaiKUng 
awney ever slnoe. 

fmx-KIlOlAI .'Sweden. June 38. 
—Plre which raged lor two days In 
the hoAK of the dly was estlmAted 
to hAve OAuaed dAmege of 6,OO0M0 
krone (about lOOOMI. Tbaranas 
no teas of \)S%, 

AOCnONIKKS 

Xaatonoted by tbe dlfferpnt own- 
era, we will ten At our Satesroonua 
7IT-TS1 Pandora Avenop 

Wednesday, 1:30 P.M. 

^ very lelect And well-kept display 

FnrDitare and Effects 
Upright Piano 

Chesterfiekl Suite, Etc. 

Among this tarre oooBglgBaient 
wUl be round: A splendid new Ohea- 

terfleld Suite- this is a pretty miiiA 
and Is bTAnd new A nli* Upright 
r*lsno In good tone, 5 large Bevel- 
Plate Mlrror!t. and a fine Mirror 
Overmantel In Walnut PramB, A 
number of Reed Chairs and Rock- 
ers and Tea Tables. Oak Secre- 
taire and BoofeBaii gomUned. Oak 
Rockers and OIwb ftn Lsatlav. 
Cabinet Oraaioidioaa. nice OarpMs. 
Massive Oak extension fbble and 
set of A Rand-Made Chairs with 
Coiirh to mal/^h upholsti>red in Red 
Plush. Ml.v'lnr rinlc r«in'rt: S-iCe 
good KtriMTi .'I ,ri,l II-', . '. I,' 

with ,s p rUiK M .V 1 It-- '.r.. , It ••'^■f r 
and fiUnd.-;. Chlld Ji Cnt.-; anil f>(her 
Bedroom f>irnUun> 5 good Steel 

Ranges, Klu-hen Tablea and Chain. 
usnsJ Kltchenware. BatK > good 
RafMceratonk tAvn ICDwen. Oar- 
den Tools. Reee. Odoatd' and Xas- 

dtes* BtevrW, eto. A Oonplete tlxt 
later. ALto n<ir tMaal momirui sale 

al 10:3" .-' F 'i'iUrv VeeelAblea, etc. 

iMA\ N \KII A SflNS 

I'hone S37 



MAYNARD & SONS 

ADCnONKBS 

Ittstmetad by Mr. Muifcott, wa wUl 
Ben « Om jiamiiM of Ibe OoUeg. 



un 



Thuraday, 1:30 P.M. 

aD the 

Furniture, Furnishings, 
Upright Piano. 2 Roll- 
Top Office Desks, Etc. 

Inchiding Nordheliner I'luri-i Kru! 
Stool. 3 Oak Roll-Top Offi ; " . 
Mahogany Plat-Top Office Ix^k, 

Office Cbalra. Wabmt HellBHind. 2 
Batenston lUleB^ U MImrs. la 
Beds. Sprtngg and lldWriiiM. Dmbb- 
ers and Stands. Cheat of Bt aw e i B. 

Blanke'A and nilrt^- v^ry Rond 
SpenrTi.ii '"i-f r opf ]f !'-,taerR, Wi*) 
8c h oo I H<x.kA , 000 hi ( ' ni B-v >lt 
to Bo«k Shelves. Sdenrr dipb'iar'l 
75 Chalm. 13 Carpenter s lienchea. 
9 Beu of Carpentflr'x TooU. Boy 
Scouts' Table With 4 BtooU to 

Match, ta BeaetaBd. WaU Maps. Onp- 
boards. lUlee, Biadg Dnaa. fl 8Ua 
Drums. U BnglBi, lot df flAoDi 
Stationery. Oym. Boras. Wall Itap- 
«aa. RaCngvrator. etc. 
Ob ^gWaXhunday from fl gMoelb 

KATNAM A SONS 

Pbene gl7 



Rieby's Storafe Co. 

rAcvNo casTnta sToamo 
saarriNa 



BMeanaaU Ba<«a 
ni CoBi taae ai. 



Baltabl* Serviea 
l«aa a*a. Misa 



FRED. SMITH ft CO. 



O FntvT^'tM aaaiaea 
Addra-B ttii a>*^ aieeel 



ANTIQUES 

GKOP(.:an r,Ai I KRist 

Cmtmt* '*a Pi.*«Ma 
Oaaaia* uaai* 



r»».!m^ ANTIQUES 



The newt glo«r! 

idHbmiov " 



the Rat 



I tmr to OBIU 
1C41 

tiiiim I 



KAtlf AM a 



faawa iMl. BH 

Art Ftsrnitura. 8l& 



Bartholomew's 

8ti 



WK OAtLY COLONIST. VICTORIA, B.C SUNDAY. JI NK ' 




CITY ISSUE 
PROMOTION IJSTS 
AM) llONOt^ ROLLS 



12 



MVUION ^ 

hBi Wivnaimm, Bmtrtre 
MrankHvt iiportitntc. Saten Bm- 

uj'il itttrri(1&nc« mnti puiKtuiUty. 

riiTtJ - T'li'.tjr, WU.MiTi !.<nj<lom!l. 

rt,"i:i Mnii.'tT jB,rk Dkd; KnUi 

l'roir>.Uil '-■ f'.f-^'lL' V;il iiijiri" 
MLroniliiiU', IV n llKli (-'lydr Uiiii 
firld, Ireiic ABiiw-rfh Min ••■1 R^irlit r 
fihatdon BMimy. Hobble U«lt. LiUiaii 

at, Tom Bunifii. ?'aith Caley, 
Craft. Svelyn Uunn. wmie 
Iff*. Florenoe Pi>yer. Blltle HUl. 
wmiMT. L*irl«. WUMsn Lmidoun 
I 'h V I i : Mfttner, Rata Mcarrttm 
Ha.r\f^ MlrkrlJion lack Okftl. Ml 
llan f'nintrr, Kii'li .•^rtiiiMler'., Mj^h 
Simnioru, JUumle W»Ik*r. M&rjon« 
A » : r r. MvtM^ WaUw. amttlw WU- 



piwmolad un tn«l Ht»y M<J>)ni 
in* MMTtti 

DIVIHION III 

Ilntiitr Itoli-. I'rolii it iii ■- Hiiifti 
HiiKUfj^ aeporvmcni. tieujr windtr, 

PrmM ftm OMtfi to 
Qtmde vm— mift- attiiMs. sei^ 

WlDdle. UOIMl WWffht Rot Brrry 
nUB. Jau ttlhop, Dora outoiKnr 
MoTTta Omham Orart- \Ia\ Hi rir\ 
H»y MnUflC^ I^iniiloiin \Liy Crire, 
Junta »anf»lrr Ji'tm !>»- MU-ptit-i..'* 

Proiootcu oil irMl IhifU cmni-irk 
Tt«v<.i Lrnii, Hiiliiirrl Hlilii'T 
KIVISION IV 

iiiiiigr til ilt> l'n.'l!i u-jv \ M»r> 
Uni.liHin tlti>orlfiirril Annir M*r 
MillaTi iriiuIiirUy arid piincmality, 
Uuriiarrl Kerr, DoufflM Peam. 

I'Tfim'tt t^ii from Orada VI. aecond 
lerm to UtaAc Vlf flml tTm 'flraL 
three only ni nrdrr nI iniTi'f Mary 
Irf-,ij(louri KU.^ JUii.t; U.i.' ii Mi 

]IIU--U 1 ' \ rnUT* I 111 

f'anijfh*-!! Ui!ii,M» hdni.u: ! i >i ■ . i 
BWmoiids. Uo/U l-'kttjcr. l. .nut hlir 

r*u Enid Fry, Jtmmy IU«e«. Mar- 
xnrri K^rr. Marjorlt Maozer. OacaUa 



iM Pwur*. l>iutLu SauDdara. Jaaa 
Akmn. WUfrad SomnwlUa, Tad 
Wataoa. Paari M i chm oB. <Mi 



George Jay 



IIIMMON I 

(•rmlnei! i.'- .■j.-inru.iUim n-sull. 
dr-ntrVrifi.- l>-i ,.r.i,, Htat.liope. «t- 

M..t».- h-; 1 ,1 A I inut Ha»iw*. 

Hcnnu. j—n liunro, R«oen 
MClfer. AUMft RotMrlaen. Eru 



Vancouver Island Coach 
Lines, Ltd. 

Summer Schedules 

To Take Effect July I 



ffWHIWldd OB 

M8V MI»-ftQaelRKy. Oabrlellr 
PtfitmaB; dapartauat, Charles Cal«y; 
r^ularttgr and punotoaUty. IsbiUa 
Arthur aad Otarm iniUar 

I rotnOl«d to Or»rff VI flrt !hr«* 
in "rd€r of mfiH Hriil iri.- rr-t in 
alphdbrlH*: f.r-lrr' (i*bri'!!'' I'lH- 
maii KVrivii W'lj-UI, Udti'-ll- Ar- 

liint rh»i If s < kir', Winiiilif-l — 1_„ 

<-la:' Kthp! Clv-miiuh llobrrt I>lTr«»; 

bU-i>hAno. WiLllcr Fea. Horace PUbf . ' P»»«W«"y «« WfOUrlty, 

WWW rWNr. Mm ridur. Tliqmw 
Harrte. Olani nWir. Oavald Bold- 
intt Kdwm MUMB. Mftr>i)(1 L«loet- 
*^T. ioi.Miia l<aid>nai<i '> 'i^'Ud Mo- 

Alrx Plitnt^t- frir.K M.ind«ll. 

.■-lifi* ! i-xirl Wh!!<t AlbtrT Wiiji.r 
pTOtnolril v:n tiu: 141th bcliU' 

i>ivisin\ VI 

Btoiir ilt'pi iTi JTiri, L A I Lhiir I'Mtro; 
rrtfijlarity mn'l |ii;ni"i ualitv P.ffic 
H 1 1 1 i^r H.L/f i i 1 rl 1 nti [ .i-oimrd 



CADBORO BAY 



Lesve VIctorU 

8:00 a-m. 
10 ,K) a in.- 
^ :iO p.m. 
6:15 P-mi 



Luv« Cadboro 

11 a m. 
3:30 p.m. 
7:15 p.in. 



BiQr 



Via Ccdu Hil) nnd Cordcm KfiAd 
8VNDAYB 



L«ave Victoria 

9:45 a.m. 
12:30 pm. 
b;15 p.m. 



Lmv« C«4boro 

IO;U a.m. 
I lis p.m. 
6t45 p.m. 



Bay 



Via Cffdar HHl and Gordon Htad 

50c Return 



GORUON HEAD 
WEEK DAYS 

Lmv* Oordon Head 

7:20 ».m. 
8:20 a m. 
II :15 a.m. 
I ;45 pm, 
3:45 p.m. 
4:45 p.m. 
5:45 p.m. 
7:30 p-itt. 



]>av« D«p«t 

6 -.50 a m. 
7:50 a.m. 
10:^ a-m. 
1 :15 p.m. 

2:30 p.m. 

4 15 p.m. 

5 15 p.m. 
6:15 p.m. 

*1 1 JOO p m. 

•Out only. 

Atl cMMches via Cedar Hill 



I'romoted (rom urade IV. aao- 

end tarm. to Orada V. (an»- 
amy Stona. Jmo Vliidla. B«V 
AkaU. Arehla Waflkawra, lUimend 
<MUbbm, »0Mt Ooltla. IfvlioM 
DavlM. loha Ouftp. Wuai BeldiiiB. 
Rod UaaMUlaa. AMhotf Mn, 
Itiarle Randall 

proiiv !"! fn>m Oradc IV. scconrt 
t , (iredr V (in-t '<-nn 
."'radinl'" V'llrtJi.Irt f^tr»d 

A ji W ti , I '■ 'A ^l* 'i: 

fi.itni'lwl iMnii orufl-' IV llrat 
U-nii I'j t"rn»il' IV 

Ronald Sland. i!:i[ke 
de Strfans. Betty ArUiur. Oraoe 
Blaauw. Arthur 9dNMB4a My 
_ f nwwm ■nhwr VMMa 
Waddan. tl^mim WaMMU 

mnMiT va 

RoUi ot Howw— Proficiency. J«an 
l4a»dom; deportmeol. Ruth Rich- 
mond: reirilKntv and pimotuaUty, 
Betty 0»n)pi>rii wuitas wtSttam- 

ton, Paul BiAtiop 

pRxnaUons from Grade IVb In 
Oradr IVa -Jenn Meadow* Doraen 
Morrtv Klor-:,- MUler. I^a;"J »t- 

ker Raymond DailUiwrt, Ada Mwk- 
riwn Ruth R l c t my o d . WUMam 
Waddington. Paarl WlBWf. 

On iiiair^Omm ^•te 

Shiner. 

Pn>moUtm» ftoro Orada IHa u 
Orada rVb— Jaek Butharfard. Varna 
etfemkteB, Phylte Haldtnf. Mona 
Berryaan, Pawl Biahop. June Bur- 
nett. Batty Campbell. P«rl coitle, 
Mara da Btaphano. Manf*-!! nm, 
MacDonald, Ri- ti^rd Marsh. 
SoMthy MtO.nnri:. o!p:i S'.nnlnf- 
lon Bobrrt Kmirh, Sheila Smith, 

^•jnm iMr.k:!. BdUh ymty, 

ChaJ-lpa Whil/-, Ullian Wodl. 

On trlaJ- Thoma.1 Andenon, Pat- 
rtca Oraham. Robert Reqton. Bd- 

vaid Wiu*T 

i>tvif*ioN ym 
Honor Hi Prohcieney, Jamas 
oy; tleportanaot. Walter Bdh- 



8UNDAYS 

Imvt Cordon H««d 

10:30 a.m. 
1 :J0 p.m. 
2:30 pjn. 
7:00 pjiu 
0 45 p.m. 
Cedar Hill 



Leave Depot 
Q :45 a.m. 
lj:30 p.ili. 
2:00 p.m. 
6:15 p.m. 
9;19 p.m. 

All ceaeheb 

"jurnc Strcrt paa5rnger» srr CorHova Bay Schtdule. 



via 



COKPOVA BAY 
PAILY 



Leflv* D«pot 

9:00 a.m. 
11:15 a m. 

115 pm 

3 :00 p.m. 



Leave Cordova Bay 

8:15 a.m. 

9:30 a.m. 
12:15 p.m. 



5:1S p.m. 
6:15 p.m. 
8:15 p.m. 
•II KX) p.m. 
•Out only- 
All «eaf hrs vU ShclbO«nM 

TOeiUtnni 



J :30 p ni 
4:30 p.m. 
5:45 p.m. 
7:30 p m. 
10 JO p.m. 



Vancouver Islaini <'oa(h l,in<\H l^epot 
Broughfoii Stifot at Kroad 
Phonea dZHO and 9261 



Dorothy Benrman. JaoUe MOOon 
neu. 

pmaoled froai Orade n to orado 

nj^lmmle MrE^ov Norman 
l^miiivm, Walt*?r R.-'kLm. Ii mi An- 
dmon. Trddy And-r u. v- r.iy Ash, 
Dorothy Hrrr-.nuui !■ i fllAhop. 
laobrl BuU, L<eoiuiid iJ>^i>^. Ww- 
jorte Clara. Beryl QoUblae. Albwt 
Craraaok. Betty Oormaa, Manaret 
Onut* AJax Holder, BUly Klxig. 
AeUe MoOoonell. Beetrloe Pithle. 
Lynn lUrtwnond. Roy stm.-i! i.M'I 
■MOV. Oordon Smith. .)< .u 
Joan Walker. Thelma lw.au -t \ 
Richard Wright 

Promoted from oradr I f^ni 
term, to Uradft I, «<i>nd uirm— 
AUc* Stone. Joan Tonu, UonaJd 
Mafllaff>>'*"i Sylvta Brldtehouae. 
Ottald cure, BertUce Flude. Alan 
OttML Uavaxet HarrU. Marsaret 
VI^3inoriiUy Leask. Tommy R£4>- 
rrta. Lorrutne WlUey, Freddie 
WriKht 

Pnwooted on trial — Jack Tonkin 
IMVUIOfl IZ 

Honor Holta — Proflclency, Jean 
Knovrlet; deportment. Onrdon Ash; 
rcfuunty and punctuality, l«nora 
Berryman. Joan Pearoe. NahrUe 
Palater, Ptank Hcnraxd 

Proixiotrd frrnn Orade I to Orade 
II— Jeen Knowlet.. Bcnua Roberwm. 
Jaan DUewtto, UoUy aallaii. Lenora 
Berrymeii, Jack Bugatac. Bertha 
Baraatt. Dora Caley. Madeline Cra- 
VtS, niiwrn Oromack. Nonnan Ed- 
monda. Terranr* Uraliam. Marjory 
Hill. Norma Hill, Prank UD«'ard. 
r>()r^^^v Hudaon. Tommy Jenkins. 
Olivr Krrr Rayrafiml MjtKzer. EU- 
wood MacDnnald. Jean McZodoc. 
Joyoe Merrick, Ivy Mktaelifin. Bar 
bert Painter. Oraoe Fatteraon. Joen 
Pearoe. Mabal Pennlnfton, Leoora 
Pool*. Oeell Randall, BoMty Stew- 
art, Paul stromkiBa, Vyrlaa Toma. 
Jeen Wat«in. Oledya Wttt^ Oeorfe 
iWUlmott. Billy Wood. 

Promoted from Grade 1. flrBt term, 
to Orade I. aecond term— Oordon 
A*, Valma CMaon. 



Vancouver Island Coach Lines, Ltd. 



DonMB Day 

July 1 



NOTICE 



Holiday Service 

Only on the Undermentioned Lines: 

Lake Hill Agn^a-Marigoid Douglaa-Kalph 

Burn&ide-W iikinfton 

RBGULAK DAILY 8BRVICB ON ALL OTHER LINES 



Brou^htoD Street at Broad 



iorle Vtaeeai. 

DiviAioif II oBaiMt vm | 

Hooor Rolla — PnO a ancy, John' 

Stone; 
Rooert 

llcConn'ii wuuam itfvy. MbB 
Hau \ ail Haimaa. Oanrthf 

Clark. Anil or oaanca. 

DIVISION m— OKADB vni 

ii mnrr R<jUft- Prorflciaoar. Ofvald 

iiurua fl'-porinieiit Ailrad Mo- 

I ■•r.uri'.. li-t'ulaniy and punstuaUty, 

.Mrtx IM-i :iinelrl, i "MV.Tey OUDten. 
Krcxl Uuir.xu, Harr> Tlv> 
UlVI»4lON IV 
Honor Kolb Profif lencj , KUm 
Leonard Ciower. drptriinrn: Aii.i 
WooinouKfi. ret:u.*; n y uml puiic- 
i.inlity. >:.mfl-'. H...,i !r.;i.- Brock- 
ingt'^n, C'ro».s. iCwti Oower, 

Oavid Ouug, Waller Matthews. 
Dou^loa Smith, Randolph Vickers. 
'RMhU} Uyede, Pred Waldron. 

Promoted I rom Orade VII to 
Oiada viii MarUB Aleaander. 
muaa Biefcett. fvaiieia Barda. Vlr> 
gini* Brefflt, Irene Brocklngton, 
Marearvt Caldwell, Prancu Carr, 
Kl u ' ro ^ Vera Edward*. KaUilten 
J' >■ 1 Mthur Fuller. Klvin 
( inwfi I'.imii.i. ' i.f*rr, Janir.') 
( i i»(-r i I ir j: ■ David (.iUHK, 

Jean lUiriwjjt. NelUe Kaepur, oeue- 
I vtava hJiapp. Lome Xaatt^ OacU 
I Lam, BUen Uask, UaroM ZM, Mer- 
. . ;erm-'*»w* Lap, One Ue. Wallar Mat- 
HiUter Marie j l^io**. Robert* MeDmoyl. Mar- 
mierite Newell Joe RoH, Oeuglaa 
Rmiih. Gordon Taylor. Rhode 
ThomM, Harold Turner. Randolpb 
Vidtrr.", losiuo Uycde. Pred Wal- 
dron, Vuen Woiis. Ada Wooinough. 

DIVISION V 
Honor RolU - ProAciency. Oeorgt 
Victor PaUlck: deponinent, Ida 
Predrtckaon; reffUlartty and punr- 
tuallty. Irene Auiten, Vlalpt Kjih- 
leen Bell, Alfred I^onard Cannon. 
J mile Und»y ChrlsUa, AmcUe 
Uvy. Budgtf V. heeOiet, L<av- 
raoQf P p tiaft p ICorraf. Matt o. Mc- 
iBtjrre. John U. Bteny. ' 

PreiDotad to Ora4a vnt-Aaala 
Atkbuoo. mne Auaten. Vleiefe BaUi 
BCay Bant, oaall Bunmt. Leeaara 
Oanwan. Janto OhrtiUa, Ji4m Daiby, 
Palay Dtcka. Walter Bdwardi, 
Oecwfe Failick. Ida Pradrlckson, 
Vwa Holnean, Violet Holf , Mary 
Harrod. Irnie Kwshaw. A'.u.nt 
KtrkbHdc WhMt Lalgg. Ameiiu 
Lrvy. Rudolf ; ,. Tier, Saannond 
Lowe. Oaby Maraii&ll, Lawrence 
Murray, Nell Melalyre. OordOB Oa- 
bome. May ReUac, David Babart- 
son. Muriel Roas. Jack "nuwlnii n 
Charles Bmlih, John Storay. AIic^ 
Btrteklead. Uognd Btriokle&d. 
Warwick. BaaH Wkantt, Noman 
White. 

DIVISION VI 

Honor Bona— Proficiency, Jennie 
O. Cbow; deportment, Ethel M- Fkl- 
Uefc; regularity and punctuality, 
Jamaa P Andef.v>n. Siir.an M Dav- 
idson. Mi'l^'ln J DpnnaU-ilt. Jean E 
Hurst, Rcbi'cca C Leung, l-Ycdorii k. 
D. Ijovr Gordon P. Macham, Rita 
Mottershrad, Haail B. BmathUTat, 
Doreeo M Wetih. 

F*ronK.ted from Orade VI to Oni4a 
VII —James P. Anderam. WUmU 
Bedoer^ Btenl^ A. Beater, WUttam 
J. Cameron, Bddte Ohow, Jenala O. 
Chow, Busan M. Oavldaon, MaMta 
J IVniwtedt. Bthel M. MUck.^nt* 
P. Frrn Louise E, HardUig, 
I- i' Huri; Uoyd a Knapp, 
Joiin L. I.A!iey. Kmett Lam. Rebecca 
c Leuiijt Hiith M Leung- Prederlck 

0 Love, Hrrman E i^twr, Wlnni- 
fred Lowe. Lily Lore, Marv M l^>rt. 
Oordon P. Macham. Mabel Mar. 
Rita Mottershead. Konnf^th Murtfbl- 
soo, Robert Macmurahie. Hugh J. 
Molntyre. Praok Nip. Phlto mp, 
Robert OVaU. JaattBe W. 04;qod, 
Haeel B, BmeUiHiat. Daren IC 
Webb. Dat^ WflBg. tta Vai«. 

DimioirTn 

RoDor Rig la ProndiDcy. Uordon 
Dalby: deportment, Zrima Wllle, 
raffularity and punctualliy, Dulida 
Stone. Raymond Herbour. 

Promoted From Orade VT to 
Orade VTI—Oeorge Andrews, Jamie 
Brai^Bw. Lloyd Chow. Berry 
Coatea, Oeorfe Cornea, oordon 
DeJby. Arnold Earl. Robert Bcolas. 
Lory Oaets. Jack OUlls John 
Orfwnidite. Leslie Oraen. R^yniorui 
Harbour. Allan Heater, Jasper Hen- 
derson. Jack lAcy. Walter Lee, Rostc 
Louie. Doufku Mlnola, Jack O'Con- 
nor, naak FaUatt, Albert KaolM*. 
Robert RIAardMB. Manant nm. 
Pulcie Stone, 'niomas T^ylnr. Betty 
Teagle. Hueh Thorbum. Iry Urm, 
Hilda wr^'-->M 7<"!m vviue. Hilda 
Wetaon, I "'HI W'Tic 

DIVISIOK VIII 

Honor Rolls— ^lean Me^donald : 
deportment. Mariorla n«H> rTnlar- 
Ity and punctuality. L:iiy f'mnon. 
Davtd Dartdeon. Hlioyukl Ini Mtwrt. 
Lyle. Jimmy Perrt. Roy Rmiih 

Pr"mot»^ Prom Orade VI t/> 
( irail'' VII Rf**r CTian, Irene 
'■lark"- M'U-jf'n*' <■>'■'■ Hrivilil lot. 

■, J -u.r i:':M 1*- .'bv ,r' Jean 
MacdorLilii. Joiuiir NgHi. iiiiU'- Oak- 
lay. Roy South. Uaieee Uyade. 
Dorothy WUaoo, John Wtnt. John 

Promoted to Orada VI (aecond 
trrmi- <''r'»rdnn rnmrron. LUly Can- 
tiori. w^iIIjt ( T.f-rtir.'f, DaTid David- 
son, Alex. Dick, rharlfs DlrklnaoD, 
Douclaa Dicks. '"••-,>rBr Durraot, 
Sdna PuBer. Flnrrnc" Hall Kath- 
leen Heap. Oordm Krrr h^w^md 
Kinsman. Albert Lyir. Laurrnce 
Maundrell. JaoMi MUlar. JCanole 
Miner, Marten MUler, Norawn 
Modin, Jtanmy Pwrt. Odrtfcai Itesna- 
dala. Vorna Mehmood. VMat 
BbaaMlea, inM Tntner* Maa^PcHb, 
VfVtBIOff IX 

Benor SoHa — Prondency. Jcen 
Merlin; deportment. Aye Baaeaake. 
refularlty and punr*tiniity, Henry 

01 Caatn. Ramid Hnrrtson, Toahl- 
pjkl lol. Donald Blewart 

Promoted from Orsdc V tn Orade 
VI I>tnTf n And«T*nti. .Inan Apple- 
Ion. Wtniam Atklnwi. •FmilT A«p 
Inw^t Norman Au«tln. Heatrire 
TV)wn Rtith OdtU. Prvderiek Coe. 
AlexAndrv Crabbe. Morvyn Ds le- 
monL Hmry Di Ceatct, WOUacn 
Duncan Vetene Oyer, Ittiaent 
Weltar Prfker. 
narttay. 
TatttynU lot, John 
Mary LansdaB, 
MannMTP'' Lowe. 
V^dCUkrt Mortmoto. 
Jarw MIIMk^n »ic 
Phulln*' >(_U,r\TtnT uilian 
jf> DonaH Pal^mnn Jean 
* 1 Rm* ivmald RLTwarl. 
SuiddMt. Ban>amln Ward. 
OttttOTd waaaoM* tHM WML M 



■onor Holls ~, 
Itobariftun, deportment, 
buaar; leaularttgr aad 
Harold TVaM, Qabrtat Habay, Jaaaea 
McOBMvt. BaWMi Vorte. Richard; 
Oowcr. 

Proiiuftrtl from fliBiM IV lo 
Grade V JJfi>d naker. WmI Hrerc 
I'mlrlciii BMfdi Tlirlma Bra^C Ray 
not ilri-wNt<T fli'iiiiif '^trr !,''"ii»rd 
t'uir hdwjrd t'h. nn lit-lci, < Jic», 
H:iiMli t lA^k Itiiiiiil'l I'lit^ I.Jiliaii 
C''pi.i r Marviirt'l Kl' tnijiK, I'carl 
Pr.(jNi.N[*-r Kii-hard Oower ii<-i>rt(9'. 
HuAt-^awa. Robert Hf:jiii:lni:>en, 
Dore«-n Kinsman, Raymond Krott 
CecU Lee, Violet Lore. James Me- 
noMal. AMa Mabey, WUUam Uoa- 
sey, Bdlth Ptam. Robert Price. Bd- 
vard RobWteaB. Henrv Rowe Rob- 
ert Bherp, Joeeph Fkinir. ^-<lt(u^o 
TakalwiU, aaraU Trace. lUUDUml 
Uye4e. MaiBVaitta WatM«, Joawli 

IlIVIHION \l 
M.^ri'tr Knlls |'r'>r H-lf-ni 'v IWty 
K , 11,1- nf-\ Mmdr di-por' Jdf'ii' \'ir 
i:\nia MdV t "! li t i 'V^i ■■'( ,• 
pKtii I iiH ]ir s 'I') i.'lin 1 A.111 ' , A jII 
D^J^()L]lV fc1i/.rt>eUi Dell, J'-aii 
son. Uertrude Beatrtce Dbioo. Wtnt- 
fred Leura fWliuk. Kve Aane La 
Bm*. Anaie Ut. BenMurd Medwieh 
MaeleaB. AmUe |toi»a UbOraaor. 
Hovenl Maeaer, Kathleen Annr 
MaUenbead, Thomas Ord. <}rar« 
Xrena PhUUpa. Varoon Porter. Ken- 
neth Oharlaa Watson. Jack Atx- 
andf^r Warwh k PlnrriK c Irenr 
Wherry 

Promoted from tirade IV u» 
orada V— Thelma AapUnreU. Orval 



Warker. 

Vlialola Oart, Jeen J>a e Mao n .l 
OerMa Obno. VloMt Ztanant. 

WlnttM miiek. Raymond F^aUt-r 
Beerl Oraham Elva !-<»• uu^ Annu- 

IjH- Ktnlly I*r Kva U ■ ^I'"«ri Ur^ni 
aril Aniui- !«>*f BTrun! Mn fititn 

M.il yH \ Ml ( ■■.Iill.-il ATil.'r. S\. 

1-. ul !■ - i: 

Nli*' "tlli'fliAft 

v' i;r"!)i )!! i ' r - 
Jafitr.d Ham 

B' lty Shade. Leone BimpMm. Ken- 
ncLh WaU^rm. Jark Warwtok. Plor- 

ence Wh'--r\ 

IIIMSIftN XII 

Mwrliri rtnp ■rlmi-nt. Mary W;1mhi, 

rcfnilarity and punetuahiy. Alfreds 
Akphurst. OUve Earl. CurUs Bccle*. 
uii Oraot. aOBa lUjkfarUta. Anna 
PrdeiL Leonard 'nMseiaa. 



>Ij11I' 




PWl Hi ntgfl ( rrtni i »r»<*« III W 
Grade 1\ ''.w, liitx'-cf lK>rotfi> 
Da.vln !>ii>n Audirjr 1>"*|1 

hani Muri.*-, i»rvMlul'', t'llvr Kiul 
ruc.i- v. I !•-- f'-^rl KlhiniTt-ni 
t..Mi;r I, <>■*•'- Un UTai)L, AUc« 
< >p<- Murir! Hsakrs. Oordoo Heater. 
i->tii.' K<i kbruif Jack Leonard, 
( i, .■rpr Leung. Trrry Lord. Iry Mar- 
'■■uLiii. Nore Merun. Isabel MUU- 
>cen. Berw4 MolNy. Dorla Modhi. 
LyaU NtneU. Anna pedeo, Rey- 
mond PqUow. Doualas porteoua. 
Ocorve RlchanU, Clifford Buuons, 
Dorothy Smith. John at«*anaan 
PVad Svltaer, David Tbdmaa, X^on- 



MAI'M |V\\ A ( AMI 



.ii uie zard taht>^ 
at 9ja o-oiedk 



VANOOt'VKH 
ina on H M y 
Vaopouver. umt-> 
try Brlcade ml 
this morolM for Maple Bay. wham 
(bey wUl cnaace In a t e rt lai l erheme. 
ttVKj vin b» )ainad by nemherv n( 
the yieterte mlltUa en boMtl 
ajif.G£. Thleiml and Anwmtirrea. 
"VlW UmMM will return here on Tues* 

A - 



GRIP -FIX 



PU TAntOV»ll¥ liai^<4 OQi, 



Delphiniums Will Soon 
Be in Bloom 



If 1^ Uif 
pfrcnnirtl iiUiiij, but 



w. nf inursc le alaat Delphiniuroa. the kiog of 
heir blootalM traioa 



,,<.,. «. w-»» it the be»t time lo 

select apecimens for plaahnK neet rail Whea year Delphiniums 
rnme me liloom. look tncm over and tec If Ihty arc up lo the high 
widJirrt which these plants have achieved Ui receei yesrj.. Our 
'tphmium collection should mtere^i you, loo, |( hat De^n ir'''ii'> 
■ laraed add improved in ihc U«t year aad containa BMay aufcrb 
.rictica bi a wUe raaae aff colera. 

Rockhome Gardens, Ltd. 

t;«doi.t. Un.i.i (K M.D. 3). TaL Oordon Head ISR 
J tin llutctuMA. F R-H.S. Nannaa BiBt F.ILH.a 



Vancouver Island Coach lines, Ltd. 



Summer 
Schedule 

ficfvo ill Lffect 




Summer 

Schedule 



There isn't a spot on the Island worxh visiting that wc don't cover with our n«tw«rk of idiM* ' 00 ^hm ^fo a 

like— you'll see the V.I.CL. coaches oparated on schedule and at regular rates. 

BUTCHART'S GARDENS^For th« benefit of our Southern vjaitora wc auticuUrly coairoend Uu» beautiful 
spot. Take our West Saanich Coach*-f>racticaUy tvary daylight hour and aat wli^t artists liava 4on« to aa 
old quarry. 

We also advise our Southern visitors tliat we are the local ag«nts for the Yelloway and International Motor 
^ Transit Co. Coast to Coast and Pacific Coast Coach Zinaa. Go to the **Where to Co" Bureau in Seattle and 
Portland, they can acU suaight through and ovsr aU our lanes. Fourteen Infonnation 3ureau girls in Seattle 
wiU tell you all about us^w«nd why! 

Nearer boms we have Cadboro Bay, Cordova Bay, the Gorge, and many other trips of equal bauty. 



VXCTOSXA-S00X8-JOBDAN RIVW 
WSBX DAY»-^avtbboiia4 



Vioteria 

10:00 a*m. 
4i00 p.m. 



L». Jord,in RIi 
8:00 a.m. ^ 
2 JO p.iB. ^ 



Lv. Soolie 

- 11:10 a.m, 

iiOD p.in. ^ , 

SoMUMXsnd 

]>, Booke 

9:45 a.m 

.., . 4s00 p.Bi „ 

$8.60RAtura 

HO SUlTDAT SXKVXCS 



Arr. Jordan Kiver 
-„„ 12:45 p nt 
- -, 6 JO pjB. 



Arr. Victoris 
. 10:43 a.m. 
,•50) p.m. 



VICTORIA - DUNCAN I.ADYSMITII 
avHiaa aoBBauLa— arnumra ntn i. 

Vnrlbkmie— Om* U f a fpn 

t:»AM. l:H r-U. ■:U eJC 
• IS AH. 



NANAOIQ 



lati isiit mt 



VICTOIUA.MOiCB 



Dhhuoq Day 

July 1 



Lv. Seoke 
800 a.m. 

9:45 a.m. 
4O0 p.m. 

Le. Booke 

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CANADA STMTS 
NEW BROADCAST 



to»>Biiiiiiiiiiiilnui 

M«4c P^m Not T«rtt 



VANOOITVER. JUB* J*.— Owner* 

of railU) rr-i<-ivuix »bU In Brtlush 
ColuniblA and ot.her pam of tli* 
We*t Ua vr * nr» Mjun;*" nt elite r ■ 
talnmfiil jLW&itmg Ui«-in in daily 
br(«(lrut« OC munc nt Uit- < 'unAdlan 
Pi^ inc s York Toronto, 

The standard Radio ManuIacUir- 
ui« CorporaUoo. Ud., TnrooU), la 
tBMltrUlUng a thne numtli^ fen^' 
CMtinv aames of ttaa Roya] Toit 
muMc. Includtng n^Kular tro^ 
grAinn\ei of dftnrr rnusit bv Uen 
Bcnue and hla Nt-w York on nrstra 

Broadcasting from Uie Koyal V'Tk 
martrd JiiiK- !! ij<-t»(H'n 12 ;iO Rt\ci 
2 pill ■*]:!; .1 iit'T prcHtranmir of 
siippT il.iiiir niii-.ii' fiiirn 9 III !0 Ab 
p IT) JLirl;.! Tiili.'. Ill u'l pair's of 

Canada wil] t>r advlMd lat«i rrnard- 
Inc pemumcnt HrivnaMOtf o( 
broAdcast boun. 

Radio t ons To Hear 
En^mnd In Heguiar 
Progrmmm^ Soon 

; M-.iiiTiLs ioon will be 
bearing rcguiar brktadcaats from 
ttiflaod ud ocher poUiM acroai Uw 
Atlantto." MM Dan S. OUmao, vtoe- 
pMUdilit OC 1190 IB charge of the 
PaBl i 5 ft dMikni npoo bis return to 
tad RaDCtooo reoenUy after a 
fWtel^t iB Mew York city. 

OUnuB rlBtted Nfw Y<*rt h*ad- 
Qitartera of the NaUonal Broadcast- 
ing Company With the flv^ oiher 
NBC vii <■ pr«atdent8. who wer*- 
called together by Oeorge F. He- 
OkUand. exaouUv* » l u» B T MUI m t, 
for ttad Bnt tlBi* 4Be« wlr ap- 
polntuen Ui . 

'TlM mnetiri wu wwilniurt by 
Eh- rnpid i^vplopnunt of naUOBMl 
rha.ii l)ro(ulra.stlng" OUOUlD 
iKAiiiPfi "Ciianicea and Imprare- 
rii< 111,* have romi^ V) rapidly '.hut a 
ci^rerence for the reontantsation at 
work wu nectmrr to Innm Un- 
vnrtM «tth tbe liut- pn- 
sible InterftraDoi from deUQ Mid 
other dUBeolttei which must be ex- 
pected tB ft Dew industry " 

The meeting wi« ih** 
pXr departm^niAl rr,r,f 'Tf iirp to be 
h''!i1 C)ilm»n polrJf-d 'nit 

"TranAatlanUc broadcasts will 
come ■ooner thu uyOBe dared 
expect." laid the flan Pranciaoo 
Bueutlre. 

"Durlnf hii vMt tn Onat BrttatB 
and Europe. Mr. Ayleeworth ts 1b- 
v<!«ti«atins the poulblllUes of n- 
chanirlnu tirnflm mmes to begin In 
the r.--:ir f-.ti rr- The pro^rammet 
will be ■"■rv hv .ihort-wavi' to New 
York and rrbToadcast throughout 
the NBC sTstem transcontinental 



Pacific Coast Network 

Programme for Uie Wmtk 



SUVDAY 12 rirw)ri t'l I JO pn. NiiNufui: -Mulriv Komm 1 30 lo 
2 if), .Sijiitl.i% ArtcnuHiti t uij. tr' J .!'i i.p V Wniltall Anglo- 
Prrsiaiia s Ut 4. amwlav Allfni^iun Coiuert 4 to 4.30. Retold 
Tkles 6 \s to t:^, Atwater Kent programme. ft:4t W fiU. 
Rapid TVaiiAll. « I5 to « 45, Studebaker Champkiu. tr*B t» 
8, "Elina Jrtlirli MrUxll'-a ' 

MONDAY s to in p ,n Kdlson proKraiiinif :i 10 rn fi jn < i. n 
fia. Miii.ir^ h.»(ni,v CaHy C tn 7 "Tlir Einpiri- Ituil'lrrii " 
; 8 In 1 >,tii, t-:!.!,,! h to 9, Rudy tteiger * aiwU bympliuouU. 

ft to i> to. ' v..irf . I f-iratoM.* «o M, Piaal«llaB actaoeB. 

10 lo II. Ml.iiiiU-r H. :.r 
TUESDAY 2 u. .1 pni . YU'- W,^n(1(Teflt i 4o 6 JO, cli. iiu'M Clurj 

Fiskini'tb & ifi n> : r a. Kui OnfeMtmdlam- a lo it. Talea 
N.-vHr [-'.Id M> !i. speMHitt I Mrtwr. U »jb. to u sM* 

2 n<-'>fi li) 1 pni. Parinc V;iga.tnnidn 3 4, ITi-* 
^> t.i ,1 id Land o' Hcait^i D lii li). ["aiii: 

fl u, f.i 7 .Si r'HiiNffK -Carlson jn (■^.-ra.ininf V Mi 

■! ! h' mil Billy Bovs !0 to li. CoU.-M 

li p rii Lo 12 mldnuh! Dance mualt- bv 



WF[1NI--SIJAV 
olisp Hour 

u> a, N n (■ 



Hi.ir-'.' -Ill M:Ui* : t' 
UiP 'I t ui-adrxiili.-. 



THUJi-SDAY 1 to 1 M< I. Ill Hir MiiKi. ut Hi.r-f<-ti li 4, ■Hic 
H'ju.v iif Mytli.'* li u, •• '.1 Miil.-.'-\ .Stuart prOKT^rrunf* 1*10 
to 7. "Anmnd (ho WonO with UU-rty ' 7 to 7 30, NBC 
TroubHdi>ijr'. 7 ;)u lu (i -lO. SLandard Symphony Hour 8. SO to 
9:30, MPinorv iO to 11, Hlumber Hrnjr. II p m. lo 12 

midnight. 'rri>('ailfraii5 

FRIDAY 12 nr-iTi to I pm. Pat-lflc LKtle Symphonv r> !o ^ 30 
Int<TMiiv< tj fM;r fi i-' 6 "!0, 'I'hc 0<».'-iixm ^ 7 H NIW 
Ureeu 1Uk>ii«. 8 to ». R.CA. Hour. B to Burden L>airy. 

10 to 11, Braadmr Melnrtleai U,pA to U mWaUhli, Tlw 
Trocaderaaa. ' 

SATORDAT— 3:U to 3 :tO p m , HtuvprKal Safrty 8fM^pj=., 4 M ^. 
The Cavalcade. & to 6. UenernJ EW'tnt Ilmir n Lo 7. Lu<:k.> 
Strike Hour. 7 to g. Ntghta in Spam. 8 to S :io. Trmplf* of 
the Air. • to 10. Golden Lcgenda. 10 to 11, School Dayx 11 



network In the laBia staBBcr that 
nglar pwnrammea are oaeredj 

cu'uKtu SI Kvii;i:!i 

nVER (\IK TUDAV 



'ttonaet Cenrr-tt on tmtrs 

aartni: ivr.^.i.iraal Om> 

(K T 

A great many dials on receiving 
■eta wlU ewlDf in the direction ot 
OFCl*! van length today, (or the 
local station will broadcast both the 
morning and evening service of the 
Vlctorta City Temple. Promptly a^ 
II o'clock th:,<< morning and 7:30 
this evenlntf, tlw- broadcaatA or the 
•ervlcea will mnmrnce. 

Tomorrow cvrning'.^ Surwet pro- 
gramni* ovrr CPtT will feature thp 
Sunset Cnccrt OrrhenLra, and radio 
enthuxlaJEtA wtU enjoy an entertain- 
ing hour of musical works starting 



s 



Whcte are Yoar Saving 

■p^VERY month mmions of dollars 
are saved — too often to be spent 
before the year is out on seemingly 
important things. Eight out of every 
ten men are dependent at age 65. A 
Manufacturers Life Endowment Pol- 
icy places your savings beyond reach 
of the daily impulse to Spend, guar- 
antees your iuture and protects your 
loved ones. 

TUR 

Manufacturers Life 

iMSir&AJTCK CUBUFAJNY 

HEAD OFHCE - TORONTO, CANADA 

Branch Office: Pemberton Bldg., Victoria, B.C. 
Janm Shemtt. Diithct MmMger 



at The Dotnlnloo'i nation.t' 

aBtfaon. "O Canada." will serve u> 
open the hour with the Suiufi 
Broadcastcra. and wUl immediately 
t>e followrd ^y Ptmns von Suppe's 
'ivrrlurc. "Pique Danif "* The pro- 
i.- r ii ninif wi II al.w) uioli.idr " Moon 
t)roAm.%, ' un iir.crrr.' bv Roberta, 
und a ^*•.»•^t ion I 'T sigmund 
Romberg 5 tuneful "iilii&som Time " 

JohanB Stnuia' world - famoti. 
TT*^f™, Biianttftil mae DaBub^ 
will also be prewnted. irtUle a s^e<' 
(Ion from Oeorges Btset's oper}\ 
"Camien." will wind up a highly en- 
tertaining broadcast from VIetarla's 
radio station. CFCT. 



Radio Programmes 



Olhrr r.cltc C«M t StaUaw 



CrCT, VIX.rU. nr. it'Stn^ 11 .EI), 
morulns wrvlr. of IhP virion. Pit» T»ni- 
pl. 7 » p m . The Wrri Co.»i Infarma- 
llon a*rvic*. ■ Lorip W.ich" eorr»et time 
kiro.i T 30. Thr pvenuis Mryic of Ui« 
Vifion. niy Trmpl' otfielal WMUi«r r»- 
pori .nd rurri.li. rriume Ot piamoune* 
lor th« wrrK 




Wealth 
From Mother Earth 




AiMto of Over 
OntHflndivd and 



THE ecoaomic imporUooa 
of what were once re* 

ganlrfl .IS the wa.ste spaces is 
cxemplt&ed by the increaaing 
year by year output of the 
Mininj; Industry Canada is 
going to the front as a pro- 
diw of metab» both prcdou* 
sad ooD-^redoui. 

This Bank fiillnvv; with doao 
attrntiun all devciopmcDta in 
mining. Brandies fit the tnjn- 

iriR lii ld> h.ivr hrru ojiciK-d 

where the prospects justify 
Bnd the Managers hsve bsea 

trainrd by Ions cxperftBOt ia 

thf different fielda. 

Oar atabUshtd forUitia tmd 
«ra ai jwar Mnricik 



NallMal ■raa4M«nUM C«M»Mr- 11 
1 10 mm^ MaiiMul auAir renna. i lo 
1 ]«. gaadar aflenMoa cMwart, iJt-i 
WhllUI ADal»-r»nlaa* >■«. Sund«r .1 
trrnaw cMiev*. 4>4JS. fuuia Tain 
t:lI-S-«9. Atwaln Kent araeramm % 41- 
• 19. Raari TraiiMt. gtad^- 
bakrr Ohsaviana Ti4Mt. "aaaa Mikk 

NaUaaal Srv^raatlnr Canaar— Il- 
ls 30 am. tecr«l Prrluflr, iiiii*il au.r- 
Iptt* io JO-ll. Aoirrlcjin Artiauc Bn- 
Mmbtt. II a-B '11 niwn. All ArUvU Art 
trti* 13 noon- II JO p m , Baui rrt:itBl 
I] 34-1:30. Vic Ham*' Orcha«tra. l.SO-i. 
Patnato akMch. S-J:M. KnchaaUf* MUt 
Quartitia IM-I. Aaiarloan ealao OV«te»> 
Ira, r. Loato. dirvcter. Bydaef DtMO. 
■olelaL 1-1 as. OailM«TBl Baur. I:M»- 
4 ». American Htlltarr Baail 4iat^ 
Boiialron Tube prn«rainmp g.f, HalMic 
Thfatf. or tn<> A I <i s 10, t>al*orF_*t am- 
dloru «-ttri Arthur rryar ■ Band • M-T. 
I irir Uni.r 7-7 10, Mnalval Uflan.r 
T 10 liavv-m crn-fi. atctch a < lo, 
piaoo ttciuL S io-S. VW Harm' OntM>.- 
ira. StS^ta rasHta OsleB Onfatatn- it- 

11. Gioeris HeU-s Bftntei aom. 




VlCrOiUA BSANCHi A. R. CHEEN. Ifan^vr 



KOA. Drnvvr. Int. iMI In^ AMk)— « 10- 

• am. U^tlcan Tiptca OixMatn. f .H. 
Pint Ctmnh ot ChrtoL aewMlM. U noon- 
l ii tm- MaUonal INuiaay rsnin. l,»s-t. 
TvilliM aiBMra, 1-3.M. Paea t« Pica 
viui oar Pmnmu « rSB-t, wiii tun 

Analo-Prr'tan* 1 » M. Vaaal and Inatru- 
■wii(a) Mloiii* 1 M-4. Ttf MfloiMla. 4- 

• ;lk. Bnna J.uim M*todl«a 4 ll-k It. 
l>lrttF*ir.iim i is-t Aiwaurr Itaat 
Boar S 4S-fl IV Ratrid TnLnalt. 
t 41. siudataker CtaanpkBiu. 1 Ik-T 
Sam Hannaa. RfMeMnM. T:iae, Bwhh ■> 
ca(h»dr«l Aatr. |nm at ''^ 
World. 

an. Lm Aaeiiaa. CaL IMLtaii 
10 am, Lw AaselM Obnftti PMaratinn 
proaramma 1 am. Moateal protramrrr 
t ie. Wamstl Aaelo-Peniaaa i. Mu*i >t 
praaramma 4 |Q. Lalla CaalWra, Ad- 
vane.d Thamht " k OanerMva Itehrend. 
"Brlvnca at Ufa " S IA, Alvatrr tCfni 
pr«atania«» ) 43. Siadi* prorramnr • il, 
atud.b.hrr Ch.mpioni I 4.1 Rfiidin pr,i 
vramn. 1 Irrn jm^rU. U'lOillri ■ 
r»'ki>r'i rm,rn orrJMaU-ft, Pr^of Unora, 

Maabv r. Ml, ■MeeMto 

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These Values Are 

Duck Soup! 



GIRLS— LOOK AT THIS! 



Thrrp Du/i n ' inU , i ,ii ! ^" t .j. !ir ii:i>iuiti 
*'f...nirt- MM-nj.; kiiaki drill, I'l^' (it 

tiu|r and well made. The cUatic i- 
sllgntty perished, so otit they go at 
HALF PRICE. AQg^ 
Reffular price SI 00. "I^V 

r.irls" Fine Kha'Kt Twill Middies ii> 
TI1.1 irh tli<- a.buve liloomcrs. Short 
vicpvea. braided collar and tim - hcii 
with white* lies. 



XJUUBS* 8Wm*TBRB 

l-»diea" PuU-Ov«r and Coal Style Sweater*, 
made Iroro pore wool or kilk and won). Fea- 
turing coUart, Crewe neck or \ n--' ' 
raoAc of ahadea, icarlct. faw(\. n 
inaiM^ U«oy anit bluc^ also ^4 QO 
plain whftt AS tfwt frooi m ■ i9W 

FULUFASHIONBD HOSE. Si^ 
l^^-Iirs' Pure Thread Sitk Hose, ' MMiurrh" 
f>iaTi I I oil Ushioocd with pointed hrd. A 
rriii..rk*l>lv clear aervice* weight stocking. 
I^rge range of new ehadci, joclttdina tawny, 
iiioonlitfht. suntan. Feench nude, flesh. »ea- 
-aml. evenglow, grain, beechnut, 
t.hish rifte. Swe* S"^ to 



a funny fing — I mean ■ finny fung^N <, 
1 mean a funny thing that we mr» mIIiok 
VIif>M»' anil Lhildren't Oxford*, all viir^ 
hum Kidditt' 5 to Miatcs' Z, for 




Now get ttib. they are c»f defective maru 
fj. turr, rejerled by the milt They OHy w 
Mrll an'l Ihrv mdv not. Bttt ehlKkS-^ : < ' 



BAKuAiN.S IN CAMP BLAMKETS AND 

AWIO RUGS 

Heavy Daik tjrey Catnp Bldokcls 
Kr^nlar price $2.50. 

PeomaB'a Heavy Camp Blanket* 

::^^r- $2.69 

I'enman'i Silver Grey Blankctm 

' - S3.75 

I'cr pair - — _ 4iPWa ■ w 

Flaaoelette Bbalnta 

^ hue or grey. 4 QQ 

rr p«ir ^ I •05l 

Auto Rugi 

! ■■^'^:r sitt and whipped erlgcv 

lAiih - -- 



$2.98 



TURKISH TOWBLS. »e 
Note the siaey 22 n 42. Eoglub Turkiih Colored 
Towetc. Extra, ^cavy, aad yonrtcrtBl rf-mng 
1 "nrr. finiahed with fringe ends. . 9lBA 
i r.iiiiar price 50c fcW' 



BOY BCOUT KNIVES 

Krs[ulalif»n Stcut Knivc<. iiianufaclnrr t ii\ " I • i 

;.r]f} Strrl fnnlurts. Llif Made jr^ r 

■•irfl. with rivricd buck handle*. A r ■ 

t ool for farmer or woridngtnan at about r : 

the regular prire. 1 Qo 

KeguUtf pnrr 75c -. I W V 

GIRL GUIDE KNIVES 
Steel blade and awl. Ncaily (tni.«hci1 uul, : 
lOated handle, stained with the name 4 C a 
(^.irl Gnidc." Regular price 50c I i^W 



BOVr AND GZRLS' OXPORDS 

llrre't a bargain for yon. Smart Glkhide Tan 

f )xf(>rfl<. nitchdown Panro •rik- r . r i— 

*>/e.« from childmi * urc € 1 CO 

niiMea *ize 2. Regular price |J..MJ 9 I aOw 



BOYS' COUBINATIONS. S9o 

i'l.i't'riRKJH I "ni!nii,.t".r-- f'H (.-■>'§, Short 



39c 



BOT8* LONO PANTS, 79c 

trnng Khaki Pants for boya. made wiih UfU 
\ti and cuff bottoms. Sties 26 to 32. 
golar price ft.2Sww. — . 



79c 



BOYS' BLOUSES. 6^ 
Ijrge selcciiiTi ' ■ fiQl^ 

rliiw;4C from. M/< " \r.i:- WWW 



RIDING BREECHES 

ivy Khaki Drill Pants for hikeiu'i. Stvtr* frw 
KiiU or bovt. Cut lanic and roomy - 
with lacing below fc&c«. CI O Q 

■r« 24 to M Z... , . ■ TT-r, - ^ i .03 



JUST LIKE THE PICTURES 
Ladiea* Smart sporting Pump* and Oxfords. The 
laleiC creation in fancy check hiscnii ^4 
shades. RejTolar price *1.75 —i— # ■ a^W 





BOYS' BIB OVERALLS 
"Kiff Horn" Brand Khak.1 Overalls with bib& 
Ii«n't forget "Big Horn" brand. No cheap rub 
I ish. Alt sisee, 23 lo 32. fiOi* 
)>Rular prfee >I.2S 



GIRLS' MIDDIES. 11,49 
Childrpo'* White Jean Cloth Middies, made with 
rtriacbdUle navy flannel collar and cuH. ^i/r< 

to 14 year*. CI 
Krgular price „ # I 

PLEATED SKIRTS. $1.15 

< irt9' Xavy Blue Pleated Serge Skiri>. Madr 



V ith deuchable white cotton bodice. 



\U sices. Rcgnlkr price 13.50 ' 



BOYS' BASKETBALL BOOTS 
Jont JJkt tfia Pletm 
^Jfe-Bigiy" bcaod. Suobs arhfte 
dock canvas, heavy suctt ^ 
«oles, ankle pads, veniilaiion 
reinforced strappings. Sixes 1 
<•^ 5. Regtitar price $2.00. 




LOOK AT THI81 
First Qualiiv "Life-Buoy^ Brand Children's Sandal^ 
Un canvai '< rrmforced crepe tol<- 




69c 



Men's Whhe HandkarcfaWt- 




.U I I NshV Khafcfc B>>e or Bad Haw<h»rcMefa.._S# 



The General Warehouse, Ltd. 



inO-14 Government Street 



Phone 2170 



Store Open Saturday Evenings Until 9 o'clock 



a IB. Rapid Tranalt pdwramraa S:!!**:*!. i 
Biudakakar prorramma ■:4fr'«:W, aa*-* 
ball acorfa^ f ftO-T 4*. SvMilaa mvalcalv. 
br Uda Watdrop. vith Sdaa Trailoar. aop- 
rann 7 4S-S. Buia JtlUek Malodlct 1- 

■ 10. Norih ABMrioan BuildlBa and Lo>-> 
A«>oriaiion I J S t« OaD«ft a«eliwtra- I 
in. Aba* etrias QoaiMta. l*-lS-t. Koaak 
Raaintraa. 

BOW. rarOaaa. 0*» «MS.«ni eilkl— !»• 
II a.n.. iBHmaueiMl Bible atvOlMa. 11 
am -IS; 30 pfK, Hlninn Mrmorlal BaMMl 
Ohoreb. i lA-l >o. AfMrnooa eeopart. 

9 aj-J. Wliiiial An: lo prrOani 3-4. Baa- 
<1a> .'Otif«rl « 4 in Rrlnld Tal"! 4'li>t. 
eiudto prnai.mme •1 ii Talk nn Hed^ 
fin Bciancr ^ H-i U. Atvaipr Ki>nt pr»- 

■ rammf i ii. Rapid Traiixi r>r'>- 
>ranim* S ih-i 4&. Studctaakar proar.mm. 
•:4»-T 41. Vtapn Hour. 7 4»-s. Ban* Jtt- 
IWk Haloeisa ^-M. Hupmabll. Dr»- 
«r««Hiiia Sii»4 isa Twlllahi Roar 0 la- 
in ftiurt 'i i-roaramm- 10 II, UiUr Srm- 

r li'ini I I r .■ Il - : I tn 

H(iO. 0.*luid, 'ml <TT*.\«; 7aab> — 11 

• BL-ll 15 p ni Ciiin-h ■erTire 11 IJ-l 31, 
N.Uoti.l Bunilnv roruin 1 Mt-l 30. Bun- 
dar a(t»rn"ijn ro«<-^r( J 10-1 WTiiii.Il 
AmIo- Prrn.ni 1-4. AtlrmMfi confer I 
4-4 W ffri-m T»tM 4 JO-S IJ, What a 
Happaoina in thr World " 1 l.S-» «». Al- 
■fawr Kant proaramm. 1 tS-S IS. Hod- 
Min * Baf Pur pnxranuna •:l*-a:4A. 
mudMiakPT Chaaptooa T-tfrO, Bifta 
itrk Ualodiaa. B-S. Churcii aarviaa 
I 30 -Thp lUadars' Oalda" 

ROHO. SaallW. WmIi. fSSSAai mhi— 

10 a m , iQtrmatumal Bibla Stod.nU' A.- 
aiKiailim II. DuaU. II 11. PIvrimiUi 
Coftamatianat Choreh 11.15 p m . Bun 
d.T F^rum 1 10. Bundar ronc«n l.lt, 
Whiitall AatlvPKttaaa ). Suadar ''O'l- 
rart 4-4 30. HatoU Talaa 4:IS. Oreh^a- 
ira dua4a • IS. Atvalar Kant Arikrti 
a 4». KapM Tranatt S IS. Buidaaabw 
OnaraplH)& 0 4fr. Orchaatra. *un Aurwlta 

flrl-."!,!* '"■If iTl rwirnth^. W#l rnn- 



italla. T'«a. lutia Jauiek Italaeiaa- • 
Pirn cmarch of Ohrlat. Oelaatut *-ii 
Or-Hnrra n«rMti«a Wei and Aurrlio Bel- 



8T. HAIUiMn 



Seadmlatremt <; I f r a H««anie ot 
Sear's Work at Aonaal 
Prtieglvlng 



^artT 




TMT Uieer CAW TILL 



Kira. !«. AaaalM. Cat '»..aMi laUk)— 
S-4 p m . UuiieAl Ptaar.mma «-4 M. 
lUkana' 0<»ldan Slaia Band. 4 S»-t SO. 
kadie Charab of uw Air S >»•«. All 
SmV eaarah. S.*^ia, Talk b|r Braau 
RoUaaa. S Se-l, Dr. ThaaeeK CarUa Akal 
7-S. Alwatar Ka«» o a c fa a i praaraaaeea- 
0 *. Pirat Praaavwrlaa cnmreli a( RaftF- 
vand • l« M Caln«aa Laba.taat. *f«atn4»i 

am. a.n i^k* riiT, T'oa oai • -im > 

— 4 p rn . riciU.r RKL .ftUU 4 In 
ctal oia.n rinri'it ( la. Alw.irr K"iM 
Baur Ji t>«p:d Tranalt. ff 1ft. staadard 
TrVo a)^ Mpr^oA 1 Rlf arlral Ulk 
a LUB larvicaa rnaa IM itaSla *. 
CniarM Kale oaaMMta ISA AMa ■■' 
Andv 

urn a.« pvaMriw.. rat (4«asMi aaaai 

K *\ an. Rank nt AawTIca af r.U 
'»fi. II tiftan I M f m ■ NaUana) Sub- 
d.r nrnim I l» I M ATI. moan t^ntmt. 
t la-l wnuuD Anahv- T^raiao. 1-4. B«a- 
«a* artanionn r ow w ri- 4-4 SS. RataU 

Aim^-.vtt an bsIm o n ss ni i^ 




[ake<; the 
moet pit{udnt 
«fsl mifftsfto 

BACARDI em BACARDI alwarvl 

0*4 tt* gsa ■ BACAROt dMlIed 

and battled only bp Compania "Ron 

Bet war BJk^ - 



The twenty-rint anntial prtse- 
glvtog wu held at St. Margaret's 
flclMol on Friday p%-f>nlng in the 
prasenoe of many parents and 
friends. Mn. K. spurvln, the head- 
mistress. In giving a resume of the 
year's %Qtlvltlas at St Maifaret's. 
meotloned Ibe eetopeUttoot Cor 
snkRi and Juniors, mm by TurgoC 
Bouse, and the intattioiMe driU and 
gymnastta ao m pttlttooB. von bv MaI- 
oom House. H» business of ' <:i'' ' 
Ing and packing, and sending off 
parceU fo famili«s In Isolsted psrts 
of the province had occupied the 
■ itenUon of (he (tl^L^ at Chrtstjnaf 
' ttmf TJir Inf^rti'nw idiiglng coen- 
prtltlon hnd , t Ti by Malcom 
Hoiue Hixkcy and baskettaaU had 
' had UMir sbare at ttia games' time, 
land Che aandng daaees imdsr the 
direction of Mba BtM. assisted by 
Mlaa NeUe Thaeker. had been verr 
popular. In the Musical ^»Uval, 
the school had won the "tuidar 
nineteen choir shield" and live tint 
prtres. five s^f^ond pnies and 10*0 
third places had been scnired, 

Tlxt saimminR evamtnatlon^ had 
been previously reported, Mr*. Spur- 
gin »ald, repeating that the school 
bad entered the largest private 
school class ever oompetiits tn 
Oaaada, and ftllsi- Bird had von 
the boodtaiy Uiililihii 's mttm- 
ealc 

trnder Miss Taylors Insfcnietloa, 
the school girl guldM bad won ttoe 
I .W rutdm a n M lu ie in arlB medal for 
the natart oampetlltaL In eeneStt* 
sloa Mra. Bpurgtn laf erred to the 
eaodkeat woit done by the prvfecta 
during IIM year, and manked the 
staff lor Its toyal^ and unwirtsh 
co-opermtion In carrying out the 
work 

Rrv A E dri. NunM spoke a 
fpw wordi (if wrlcome and presented 
toe p ■:\hU'ti were awardr^J as 
foil' > 

Fiirn; pru(^ Porni 11. Jara .;'»nf« 
Form IV, Mavli Taylor, Kntrnn'-'' 
b, Haxrl Wrlslit, Bnlrnnr^ a Flftiv 
S t rrr t . pv>rm V , !>» bora h A u r, 
Uiw^r VIb. Fia*' finrdop I^fiw^ Vl» 
Eileen ParliJiill. vi p.ir. iii 

Johnstone and Prance« Faynr 



Upper VT— EnglLih, Oella iMcmit. 

.lanrarft IJttlr, proKTcas In French. 

lurlel Hankcy l^Un. Ann Hartley; 

na;hematich J.^d geometr>', Mary 
Kainnfi; maLhematicd and algebra. 
Shirley aco'.x ; srience. Oretchen 
,Ioha4ton: grnerai progress, Betue 
itrmklry. 

Mu.<iir -<:eiia Luciu. Mary Hayne*. ' 
Mai-Roi Roi}<'rT<ton. AlkUrqr Jolm- 1 
atone, Hrlen CornaalL 

MagA'-in^ .Senior .school, Uar- 
garpt Ullic. Betty Bechtel; middle^ 
wh'Kil, oladya Bayley, Haael Wnght; 
Junior M hool. Bve Braddock. Miir- i 
gar»'L .Smi:h 

House prplfrtf, for iTOOd work — 
Ruth Penman. Enola Mom 

Preff^r pln.s Al- em Bnihn. Mar- 
garet LiTTif. vi'iia. Lucas, Uary 
Hayne-i. Muriel Hankey. 

Prefect ribbons — Betty Oreen. 
Joan Ust. Margot Robertson. 8ybU 
Beedham, KUeen ParkhlU, Daphne 
Barber-Slar^icy. 

Prises for best kept docmitory— 
Dormitory three. M. Brookes. M. 
Robertson; annexe. C. Symmes, U- 
Steele and B. Heap. 

Sewing prise— 1. Margaret, Jonas; 
3, Joy niompaon. 

Owner Ittyteg to sell secondhand 
cart— I cao assure you. sir. there u 
no hot too ataep for her. no road too 
rough for her, Bbe's gmm otery- 

where 

Powible Purchaser (CMidldly)~I 
am afraid ahe hasi 



ASSOCIATION OF 
IHt DKAF F.I.KCT 
NEW EXEtUTlVt 

VANCOUVER, June Charles 
White, of Winnipeg, was selected 
president of the Western Canadian 
AMMidatlon of the Deaf at the ron- 
cludlns Jteaslon of thr third triennial 
convention h^re vr^terdn v Other 
offlcens choien m- lurli^ Rot>rrt Batho. 



"Vancouver, and Peter Stewart. Win- 
jnlpeg. vloe-prealdenU; George Rilry. 
Victoria secreUry and Archie Mc- 
I 'r.iiiiM Winiilp**c. trrii^urrr. 

t^aAkaioon was urged a* the logical 
locaUon ot the p ropoead sebflol for 
the deaf in 8a»atcb«waii. 



•^y did Jooee )oae hIi JOh with 

the prohibition people?" 
"Too chirk en -hearted." 

"Too chJcken-ht'aned'''* 
"Yep He nouldti t shOOt a 
vomon In Ihr back."— Life, 



StreoftheBslhsStMach 
iMprofts DifestioB 

By CIsarteg 



System aff 
Wastea. Dr. 
Oaiefety 
store HaaMh 



If tarmenutloo of food In the 
stomach can be prevented, you go a 
long way towards slopping tbe rmsI 
fr e quent aliment of the day. After 
once ustng Dr. Bamllton's PlUs. the 
stomach Is Oearad of the sour, fer- 
menting mattar that caua m gas, 
heanbom. Indigeetinn and baad- 
aches- You will be pleasantly sur- 
prised at the smooth easy way in 
which Hamilton a PlUs U^nr up the 
bver. kldneya anct stomach To ae- 
cuxr the aid your system oaeds. uw 

Dr HamlhSB^ PHll. SOc St all 

deAkr^ ' ' 



Thil ailvertisement not pub- 
Ithhed or displayed by the 
Liquor Control Hoard or hy 
the Govern men t ul iiritiab 



neneb. CMsUae %Bild: mtm 
(book). Basle Jooea. 
Pom V— BngUsh. Debormh Aixh. 

^Vneh. Joan Kill* Ija-ln Irf-n^ Mr- 
RutiChOO: geTi'Tn; kn i-*lf^B<- .J pn* 

J Lowvr VI KORliAh. IMphne Bar- 
ber-Slaniey. Jean Wiepard. Frrr»<-h. 

'Mai^nt Broofeea. iMOL Praokle 



il 



Radio Agents Wanted 
Everywhere to SeU 
Apex Radio Sets 

Lowest Priecs Eva» Qooted 



WEDEL COMPANY 

SEATTLE 



ANNOUNCING 

The lasO 

Spartan 

Tbt new SPARTON. with eight tubca. 
new Dynamic Speaker and many tatt* 
provtmanta, aata a tt«w rtaiiSartl Is radto 
valaa. 

$261 Complete 

SOMMER'S 

LIMITED 

1012 Covorrunent Street Ptione 3058 

(N«R« to Bank of Commerce) 





AUTOMOBILES 



ount/k M 111111 > iMn 



Mi I : V iM \ J IRSTYEAR 



\ H lOHI A, lUtmSM < <H I MBIA, SHiNDAY, JUNE 30, 1929 



Motors Save Railways 

Million Cars During 
The Last Eight Yetirs 

More Rapid lUiadling ol Freight at Terminftts 
and Resulting Greater Density of Traffic 
Through Use of Buses tiu! Trucks as Feeders 
Have Caused Huge Economies 



Roads Now Operate I-irgc Fleets 

PartKiilarly oi| Maay Short Hauls 

fOwmtkL tut, fer Uw ftortb AMilaa VrwsMfftt AlUanevt 

A BOON to seneral travel bu t r-oi i.sUU' rpd by :v. ;i n y :i 
a bane to rallroBdA, automobile transportation has emergcti 
from it-s ctiibyrn .siaffi" and quickJy become a younR Riant 
excrtiriK trcmrncloiLs Influence on the nation's economic progrefls 
A Irxjk ut autninobile ret^istrniions alnM IBH. When only four cara 
-A-ere rcslstcred In the United States, gina aatte Idea of the rapidity 
the development ot this rather new mMhod of tranqiortaUon. 
The number of motor vehlclea reglatered haa Inoreuad to more than 
100.000 In im. At preaent approximately 25.000.000 cart and tnicka 
are registered In Um United States. 

offsetunc oampeCUloa with the bus 
and truck In hauling traflle. much 
of which Is not nrtnonUnailly 
pronubl« to the raUroade at best 
niere 1a no question the jnlvate 
aut^imobll'- hu cut railway passen- 
ger trarii' '-.^nou.'ily. but *ven here 
t ■•.■'<■■ i; n-^in- river 

IHVliT m 
NUMBLR 10,000 

Q. M. WllHjtm^ Marks Fourth Aa- 
nlmrurv ,1.-. I'n-^ldrnt by Noto- 
wurthy Shipmrnl 

Tlir fifth anniversnn of o M. 
Will.ani' a.1 preslripnr ut rhr Mar- 
moD Motor Csr Company waa ob- 
served as RooMvelt Car Na 10.000 
was loaded mto a frelfht car at the 
Marmoo faetory and shtpped to the 
Marmon retail branch at Detroit, 
Mr WtlUams. It wlU be recaUed, 
this tremendous saving. ThU large-, was Canadian bom and educated. 



The avcrace powm It prone to 
look upon the automotaUB as a oora- 
petltor of the rmllnmd. ThU la true 

only tu a limited extent, ai least so 
fur tts freight transportation is con- 
cemH Motor bus«i and tnick.'t are 
u^ed largely within city limits where 
th*y do not rnmpfle with thp rail- 
roads. Their use outalde of city 
limits, howevrr. is gvlnlng in tm- 
prrunce. at l»aAt for distances up to 
fifty miles or ». The small amount 
ot freight traffic taken from the 
raUroads Is a trifllnc matter aa 
pared with navlngs from quick 
handling at rallwsy terminals OHlBt 
'41 use of the trucks. 

Traffic Is speeded up largely by 
u.te of truckf) in loading and unload - 
cai^ E\ery car owned by the 

rHllroart u !ravrlliig an avemRe of 
i.' .1 Mii.f,- li llav .1.'. '1 irr.iuiml MLlh 
til iivfr.tg€ of imly ill 4 miles m 1921. 
Kn increase Of R mile'per car a day 
t>nlng fnjuivalent to aavlng 100,000 
^ars, the railroads have saved about 
1,000.000 cars smce 1931. Much 
credit must be given to the truck for 



New Body Interiors Make Driving Pleasant 



U. S. GflVERNMi:Nl 
BlJYORAHAM-PAlGi: 



ly explains the small purchaae of 
'oiung Atnck by raUrowli m fcba last 

Thi" rnllrrart.'- finally linvr seen the 
nanrtunUnn on the wall and have 
cjult fighting f he autoinobilr In 
fact no (ewer than seventy ralimud? 
now operate fleets of buses and 
trucks In conjtmctlon with their op- 
mdfln ol nttmgr lines, use of 
tmek and bus tnenaaas the territory 
served by the rmUroads. resulting In 
gveMT trmrne density, in many 
rasM h\w^^ and trurkx are lued as 
a !iib,sli' uTi- liir rail* service *>n 
'. lifi that hn\r brrcinir unprofitable, 
. ■i.iii.L' "lif ritilnwul-^ large ex- 
tH'ii:a-s in coiumuing operation of 
■uoh lines. 

Revenue received by railroads from 
hMillng automobiles, tires and parts 



He La one of the youngest and most 

dynamic rhteftAlns In tbe auto- 
motive induAtjT 

\ group of Marmon factory ofll- 
riaLi. headed by Mr Williams, was 
on hand to .<>ee the lO.OOnUi Roo«e- 
veil roll off the end of the final as- 
.■^mbly line. Tbe car waa a aedan 
model. 

"The lArmoa f aetcry Is being 
operated en eapaelty ecf hedn i e m 
line with a reoord Influx of Mmr- 
mon and Roosevelt orders. Produc- 
tion l> hnldtng at better than 380 




Bureau ol Putilli Ko^ds 

Twanlj-Nin'- ol 
Srdana 



rnrr-iuar 



IS BEfMO MAVF yiDJC'S7'~ 



CiNBIDKRABlJl thought has been 
given to tbe Improvement of the 
body mterlor this year and the result 
of tbli has been very noii' 'ubiL- m 
the betterment of the car from thu 
itandpolnt. 

For Instance, the adjustable front 
scat; which ha* be.-n tried tenU- 
tlvely. off and on, Un the pasi few 
yean, has now been »cn-itod out ro 
that It wUl probably be u»ed on a 
bin i>ercenlage of cars that have the 
divided front seat arrangement. In* 
stead or havliw to use a wraneh and 
acrewdrtver to make tbe adjustment. 
It b now possible on some of the 
latMt types to make the adjustment 
while driving tbe oar. The driver 
simply readiBB down and manlpu- 
lever that moves the seat 



.■r.-'.-'iiyA':'" crsB or 

W Pf.ACF FDCFD FOOT 

ding of rr.tion u: some other soft 
material, over which the leather U 
place, or. If tlie car ls upholst^-red 
In mohair or some other fabric, 
tiiu taki-^ the place of leatiier In 
irit' cheaper oars fewer and larger 
•olstMry qjrlngs are used. In the 
c .i >e at the more expenrtve ous. a 
great many amall springs are used. 
This la more expenxlve construction, 
of course, but 15 far superior In 
riding Qualities «nd is one of the 
real reaaons why an expensive car 
rides eaalcr than a cheaper one 



l/Pl/OC^T£WQ^ mS 3BAT BACJCQFACAK CHOW- 



lates a lever that movaa 

forward or back 10 tbe pealtiiav that |itm. beeauae a greater 

he likes best. 

Experienced molorlaU realize that 
the Inability to change position is 
one of the (hipf reii.M:itis for fatigue 
on a long journey. Ttie adjustable 
front seat will not only take ear* of 
making the driving space correct 
for people of dtffenal balgbt and 
leg length, but It wUl also permit 
the driver to occaslonalh ch.-»nKe 
the position of the seat 
t Aa another example of the un- 



approKlmated |IM.OOQ,000 In im 

T^^^t^Ugmatang^^ow^^totJt^aKke^^^^^ 



iini:.-* a day In an fftari, to supply 1 provtments that are to be found In 
the (JemAntl frrmi ihc publlr and of rar interiors, the upholstery may 
the constantly growing Marmon- be mentioned For yearn de- 

Rooseveli dealer organlaaUon." saya signers have been trying to get a 
a factory ofBolal. < b"*^ contour that would be restful 

I and yet «bMh would not permit too 

My Idea of a thrill you get out of much r^axatlon. ThU Is highly Im- 
an airplane nose-dive ix that It Isn't jportant m the driver's seal. In the 

rear It Is not such a dUBoiilt prob- 




amoiint of 

relaxation Is wanted. Tli^ driver 
iritist bf alert though rei:ixf d Hp 
raujtt tiave good vl&lon through the 
windshield and over the bood of the 
car. This gtvee the designer some- 
thing to think about m the front 
oompartment, and the cars this year 
hive been very sticoessful In meet- 
ing the problem. Ibe aAn rest for 
the driver, adopted by some ot the 
makers, is an txaiiipl'* of thought 
in thl* direction, and rei-enUy an 
arm rest that ran b*- in^^ 'ailed on 
any car m a lew momenta has been 
placed on the market 

Bodies are lower and longer, to 
carry out the dealre of the desh^ners 
to eut down on body height This 
means that the scats are closer to 
the floor and the legs must have a 
greater amount of room Thi-^ t . pe 
of car U very comfortable i^. nde ui. 
the body being very much relaxed 111 
the same way as when IneUnlni^ 
upon a chaise longur. 

Itie fooCrest m the rear hss given 
way. m nmny cases, to a movable 
haasook. ThU Is logical, because 
no two people arc apt to want tbe 
foot rest In the same position. With 
the movable hasw>rlc.-. ihev can be 
moved forward or backward at wUl 
to aennunodate pMpfit o( any 
stature. 

Probably the moflt important of all 
In the mteriur of the car u the 
realisation of the fact that the 



upholstery- springs In the seats and 
backs of the seats have a great deal 
to do with the riding qualities of 
the car. It Is possible to have the 
flnut ohaasls springs m tbe wortdt 
and bo put a great amoqnt money 
mtd ^od sbock-absorber eqiulp- 
nnnt, but tf the uphidstery springs 
are not right, the car wlU appear 
hard-riding. 

Tbe aprtogB m the upholttery are 
no» ^oMgned more eorreotly than 
ever before. The prcriJlem Is not new 
and designers have worked on it for 
years, but it ts only lately that we 
And proper upholstery springing in 
the medium and lower-priced cars 

Minor road tfKWks are absorbed 
very largely Iqr the uphodstery 
springs. These are so designed that 
they tend to be<;cnne sUffer as de 
flection inrreaAPR Thev mii?" accept 
the weigh', of ihe liod\ iiiu) nil not 
:^tttferi up (o ^u':h h dcyrrp that they 
will iifi» abMirb the minor road 
.'ihork.'s Another important pc^t Is 
that the euetalooa ahould not bounce 
the body about. There muat be a 
raU aboek-abeorMnC aetkni. HHb Is 
aeeompUtfied In some by having an 
air leakage through tbe oushlon, 
energy being absorbed by the work 
f>r forcing the air through an 
orifice 

The upholslen- :n a seal generally 
conRl.'!!'. 'j! a fr-tniiwnrtt of .iprlngK. 
atwve which there is a padding of 
curJgd balr. and then an outer pad- 



Piioniici;n im 
mmi IN m 



ftabaldlary nf ^iitiurn Tamed Out 
llecerd NHmtiT nr Cciwrr UnHa 
1^1 MonUi 



Mothifig succeeds like 
GIVING THE MOST FOR THE MONEY 



Sssyridhii 
— You csn step fr"rn nImoKt 
any car into the Hooeevclt and 
fgt • thrin from the added 
comfort .^/im/iw/jj — Boilt for 
the open spacea, the mountains 
and tbg dcMtti «g inU M dkt 



THE Rooawdt ia the big- 
gr'-T ni-w SucCfM of I''29. 

The rcaaon i« the car* itself— 
the simple, ensDy under s tood 

prinriple of pviflf tiM gMHt 

fnr the money. 

Compare the Rooggvdt with 
any car at or near the $1 ^00 
f>eMTrnn the bdsig of ihgM u»- 
portant ftn tUT g g l 

Af e/«r — Mdrmoa - bnttt 

*»raight-eight - 70 H. P 

THE ilK6i STKAK HT-KKaiT IN CANA 

DisTanf.-roaB toa aatvisa coliwbu 



8^5 YATB8 ST. 




boalerards. Emnmj— la spite 
r>f It:^ extra perfemsnce no car 
could be more "tithbAsted" in 
nwiataMneg atid operatiag 

costs. 

Again |fe invite yOQ— jtist 
compare. Mdf «tlld ft 

iUoggwdt to you todky? 

A strai^h! e«f ^nr tvfry pursf 

— Raostteii^ $1422; Marmon 
68, t9*io: JfdfNvM 78;ta9fS' 

Prices at WinJ.^n^. OntarU, 
Group equipmmt fM^a. 

DA UNDER fl500 



DiuMiiore Brothers 



PHONE 144 



AUBintN. ind.. June 29.— The 
Lycoming Manufscttning Company. 
WiUlamsport. Pa., one of the larger 
subaidlarle« of Auburn, has broken 
all records for produrtton both for 
May and the Anit Ave months of 

1929. 

workmg twenty-four hours a day 
in moat departments with three 
jihlfts and In many departments s 
full seven-day week the company 
will turn oiit i\t many engines In the 
flr^t mnntti-i of 1979 lu during 

thr entire produi tmn period of last 
year itroM sales for May amounted 
u> approximately a million and a 
half doUars with a total produetloo 
of IMM ei«toeB. 

Prom a small sewmg matfltne 

factory this company haa btco me 
the werld's largest ma n u fa etorer 
stralght-clght engines. In addition 
to this, the company Is one of the 
large produoen of four and slx- 
rvllnder engine-, for tnirks snd 
motor rant 

RooeD tly Ly rom I ng n d d ed a new 
Stmlght-etght marine engine u^ 
their line T^ls engine develops 
115 hp and U uaed (n twenty-six 
and twenty-eicht-foot motor boats 
eiileh carry ten to twelve pas- 
ssn geri . Lycoming has also entered 
tbe avlatloD Aeld with a new nlna- 
eytbider radial type engine and 
production oa tbia engkie !• vtdv 
way for eariy Mtt. 

Much of the present output of the 
marine engine will be handled by 
Palmer Broa . the world's largtwt 
dlstrtbuior* of marine engines. In 
addition 10 the srrmight-eiph' 
marine engine Lvrommg will b'j:.r' 
a irmall foiir-rTllnder type far 
imaUin' boats 

Heret/ifnre much nf Tjycomlng'i 
produrllon has beer ^tvMWVd In the 

tTnlted States, but the company's 

moMbe aai l^illy flIUsu per eont of 
thl Ml pmdWWOii wtB b* sold 
Moims are being shipped 
Ilj every e^untry m the 
icneke* m- 



rii^^initi u'rrk tniniatun tmlbs and 

Hrc fiHh'lilK tipparatilK 

Nf-arlv A half milium dollars have 
l>een £peni by the cnmpany In ih. 
last year on expcrlmrnt.*inin and 
more than a million dollars have 
been Invested m new buildings and 
equipment One of the new build- 
ings comprises lOB.OOO square feet 
of space, and when oompieted and 
equipped will prmotleaUy double the 
production taeUlOea of the eempany. 

II used to be uld that mofi* -d 

men's troubles were m pei!if-oa:.">, 

but If -they wear them n>e»e 

days they're mighty old-fashioned 
trottblea. 



Individual buyeta of motdr cars 
mlgbt study with proAt the United 
Statea Bureau of PubOe Hoad^ 

ba.-(ic standards of construction and 
performance for automobiles pur- 
rliftied for u» by it* dutrlct en- 
ginr<T5 in the cdnitnictinti, .super- 
vision and impeclion ol hl^hwayK 

The bureau, which bsA jusi 
bought twenty-nine (.irnham-Palae 
6rdttn.^, model (112 Ini u>r through- 
out the United Sliiii"- l\a.'. had the 
Bdvuntane of long experienre vMUi 
various makes ot automobiles under 
iill oopdWons of use, and li m a 
pnsltloo to know Just what a motor 
car must be to ataad dp under benvy 
useage. 

Ibe Qrmtaam-Palge setUn*. which 
have been- allotted to Vott Vkn- 
couver. Oovemraent Island. Port 
Worth. Troy. Denvsr, Omaha, St 
Paul. Washington. Richmond and 
Harrisburg, srere found to fuUlU the 
Oovenunent's requlrementi, wUcb 
were set forth as foUowa In Itao In- 
vitation to bidders 

"The cars should be adaptable lo 
continuous and long di'-tnnce travel, 
and should be of sturd;. ccil :ruc- 
tlon with adequate j.nd flexible 
power lo negotiate heavy grades, 
sand, mud, etc.. and capable of 
travel under extraordinary road or 
weather conditions. The routes to 
be txAversed by ttiese csrs wiu In- 
clude all Unds and conditions of 
roadways, ranging down <Co unto - 
proved roads anC.i lfc^JiMltt JM Mir 
construction. " — 

"The automobiles must t>e capable 



Wir \orh Chi^f 
Says U iufsed Fire 
t.ufiitti' i'osfdhle 



N' 



rKW YORK. June 30 — 
Chief John Kenlon. of 
the Hew York Plre Depart- 
menl, today pndleted that in 
the nei-tofr-far-dlstant future 
aarial lire engines wUl dart out 
of lumgars atop sky«craper& 
and pump chemicals mace ef- 
dcently than water onto flamm 
in tall buildings. 

"I've been watching the de- 
velopment of the airplane, 
particularly with regard to Its 
ablUty to remain stationaiy 
and rise perpendicularly." the 
chief said. 

"Just as soon aa they do that 
well begin expertmentlpg titb 
winged Are engmes." 



<tf sustained high speed and chsssts 
a'nd body must be constructed f>o im 
to withstand the moot KrueUum 
leAts that long day by di\y dnvini; 
ri'ttuin:-. VariouA unit '■. Mjrh 
Ignition, carburetor, etc., must bf^ ol 
high quality so as to reduoe to a 
minimum, repeated or even occa- 
alooal breakdowns en rout* seriously 
mterfere with tbe engineers^ ap- 
pomtmcnu and eoneequently Impair 
their etDcltftcy and delay the work 
00 inspection of important project.^ 

Agitated Join - H"w < juUI you 
all so calmly .>t:ii< lut man was 
uttering such diAturtitHift 01 the real 
sltuatioa?" 

Calm Brown— "t Just thought of 
how my grandmother used to endure 
the preaohiag of theology which she 
couldn't accept by saying to herself 
at intervals during the sermon - 
Thank God. that's a lie.' I just did 
•he same." 



hold every thing I 




NBW 



The Podge 4~whcel intenul-expandiag 
faydnmlic brdcet on the IMgo 
Brothers Six will gpoil jou for muj 
Other type— perfect eqn«lisfltio% 
nmdmniii sifetj, relTety 0iiioothiieM« 
aelf-edjmtmeDt, easy opendiop* Xlua 
lestnre alone makea a Dodge ride « 
new experience in motoring. Try it out* 
EfGvr Body Styles: n 2 1 o to ■! 365 Tonorrro 

mCLUDlNG STAJVDAKD FACTOBT EQUIPMfilfT 



2?k 



BROTHeRS SIX 

CiBTSLea KoToai Paonocg 



a 

A. E. Humphries Motors, Ltd. 



925 Yatai Street 



Pliooe 47f 





to ■ractica 
votil lor I 





THE DAILY COLUMST. VICi'UKlA. B.C. 



SL KDAY. J UNE 30, 1929 
V ^ = 



1 



Local Autonwidle Club 
One of Oldest of Kind 
In Pacific Northwest 

Organized in 1904, With Membership of Four, 
Victoria Association Has Grown in Numbers 
and hifluence With Grovth of hidustry^ 
Province One of Lightest, Taxed 



Local Branch of Automobile Association 



App^orancr of (nr 
LuuaUy Shotes lu 



Pacific Highway Stands as a 

Monument to Pioneers' Agitation 

THE virtnria BTAAch Of the AutomobUe Ohib of Brttlah Co- 
iumblii Is 'I ' . motoring organlzatton in Wr.vt.rrn Can- 
ada, and pfihaps Lhf oldest In thr whole Wt-st- n. \iArX ol 
the continer.' u i-s almost u old sa the (.rfli < lu mrrodui erl inii> 
tha connlry. The flwt can to come to Victoria were brouKht m 
In intf nombtfctf four. Id tboM daya tlioro ware not iuan> 
roads for motoring purpoM and the cata' oio waa Tery Umlled 



In .spur .>r the faot ttaat one aevPT 

^u- * he surled cut wnethw 

hf »ouiti Ket to hla a ttnaMnn i m 

alone aei haaae . **" 

had . «r»t d»al of pl«^ 

Biethad ■< trawL li w not long. 
KwJi. b-tor* they that 
If motorlnc wa. to be d«-«lop«i to 
the proper way and the 'uJi ad- 
vnniMK o» tha "sport ■ wa* to te 
),!id. Mimethlnn would have to b» 
'li .r.e nror*Tt t hi 
.■wiici . uaid prouiotr ihe crea- 
tion or belter ro«lt ow «S*«JJ; 
oprrat* in 1M8 the Vkloria 
Motor AMociattoo wae formed with 
a very Umited membefahlp, not 
vhat «aa taeklac lb number* wa« 
(Bade up Id enthuvlasn. As already 
stated, the can were few to p iunbcr. 
but 100% or ihe owoam ware mem- 
kara of the then club 

fnia flni Ucenoe n»t n [lommal 
sum. and H waa not until morr ihan 
a yaap tfWrlt bad beer I' -i^ -Jiat 
It occurrrd lo the »uihonUeis lh*t 
here they had a proposition that 
waa going to groa- into a big thing 
In tune. •© the powers thai were 



proceeded to make It an annual 
tax. With the toercaee in motoring 
mora and batter roads demanded 
more money for ooastrucUon and 
upkeep, to that today we have a 
large proportion of the money tor 
road propcaed proMdod b-. the 
Tarioui Irrtee on the rootoriat. 
WATOBM DBVIUmSNT 
Ever since thooe early daya In iU 

.htstorr the AutoraobOe Club 

inicrrirtj of ihe 1 thraughout the varloua stages or ita 
development baa been watching thi» 
matter of taat on ears and it ut due 
to Its afforU that today, while mil 
Uona of d<^ra are beUig spent an- 
nually on roads the Ucencr i:^ a very 
reasonable and fair amount nnil 
coniparee more than Iavv.rably with 
tU other Provinces at the Dominion 
and the United sutes While the 
official ngur^ft for i»3« have not yet 
been releaard by the OovemmmU 
11 ift eiUmated that the camblned 
ucenoe and saapUna lax to 
Columbia is lem 
per car. 
Not Ifme after the formation 

thf 




or 



•me appearaoea oT a aar oaially 

siiowt lU condiuoo. No metier tww 

U\t rar ki nnlshed. It can ba mtoad 

by careltAK or Improper w i e hlng . 
Methods of cleaning patoted and 
varalahM] can differ Iran thoee 
flntghWl with enamel or lacquers. 
Soap, for tnslanrc shuniii never be 
used on a pamW'il Mirhm- »lii> on 
Incquer « Ritxl -onij ki. raM.<i;Hii\ l- 
iicrf.sA«r\ add ii"! ii.irin 'i.e 

nnlNti Mud and diLst shv'ilti '".'t 
hi- ulii.*t d u> retiialii on il any lOOg- 
fi than be tielp«d 11 should be 
flushed off with a gentle stream 
from a hoie aa aoeo as pmaible. 
Mud aDfywed to dry and cake wtU 
spot vaml^ Cold water only should 
tM used and an occasional rvit} wuh 
a good furniture poUsh will !>i ip 

sprve It MKht dust ran I)'- rmiuwd 
witli a s'.ifi ' I' l"-"er to 

naMi on a heavy dust bct^auAe U U 

opposed oc liny abraalva pafttolea 
thai scratch the surtboe. Do not 
uee a poUah that baa an oUy base, 
because while this wtU make the car 

Took; well for a ahtwl time )r soon 
gathers a. 'hick roal oI dn-st aii'.l 
will make the job wnr.->r Uimii bflorr 
the car wa^ t>"li'bed Nev.-r u*r 
an abrasivr rlu'h on l-iniuer 'ITie 
ftltn oT lar(]';f-i oiT Ui'' mctal IS 
very ihln aiiM rl.imuRr rejtull. 



ed since the "firr^ flC Itt? ft la I nun on the preferred stock of thi 
juat two years alnce itm announce- itHinlop Tire A Itubbei nood* 
mmt of the first new buUdlng. which ' umit«d. has hetx. dTUn-.! i>»%abi' 
waa the start of wimt baa snnd to juiv ? m^K.-. tne mnru 

be a eooMiiaooB eapMMHk pro- Uii:<t >j,\.'i<'iui p^ut t^y ine Uunu>t 

grmmme Iconif^*:! v.i:h...r mtrrrupuon sinr« 

' tow »»r.- r' .1 \<'ii per cent pie- 

Uu,U,n, I in < ... I'ay 

JSitifty-ihirtl DivUleiid that the oooopaay baa ao^anttai 



"nu regular quartarty dtrMml at 
the rata of eeven per «ant per an- 



and k 

^danUa hoMtot of 
emmaat bends. 



am- 



ceWed the Idea of a soanic drive 
from Vlfltorto to )Qto the Island 
Highway at Cobble BQl, eome thirty 
mitae dlitant This road, which is 
now the Mattbat ^DM. was orig- 
inally located by tha members o* 
the a«wlat»on, and It wm through 
the efforts of that body that the 
Oovemment was eventually per- 
suaded to undertake the road's 
ronsiructton Improvements have 
been made from time to time and 
now this HiKhway Li Intemalion- 
ally known and one of the show 
pizres of BrtUah OdumbU. Otlier 
roads have been advocated from 
time lo time, and It Is remarkable 
that to such • short apaee • Pniv- 
Ince such as oun has bats opened 
up from otw end to tha other to tho 
motorist 

THE PACfFlC HIGHWAY 
Krtmi this orlgmal rlub (-itiu 'h<- 



cUc Hit<h«av. IIM Wa IflT. A. V- 

TOdd, *nu (umnMCidaHa fataglght 
vlBualt7.ed Ihe motoring of the 
future and many years ago started 
the PaciAc Highway A saodattan. 
wbleh waa to the end i i m d as rf iit to 
havli« this wondernil highway 
rn nplftM rVom Vsncoiiver to the 
Mexican border Ur. TOdd and hu 
aMoelatlon Waasd a tnil to those 
early days and (oOiy Uia longest 
paved highway in the worid Is 
evidence of thalr labors. 

In 1920 the oM motor asaoelatton 
waa reorganized under the name of 
the Victoria Automobile CU-.b with a 
mnnberslup of less than KX) Sot 
IcMiit after am a wa.-. rir>,itlv :*en 
thai a Province wldf organlBitlon 
required if the best r estdt e ware 
to be obuined. and steps were taken 

thm object to »tow. 
! r. fonpctlon with motortsta" 



THE FORD CAR REAR AXLE 



Expense 



TH£ tear axla of the Ford CAT is of tftie three-qtiArtcr 
fioatliit typo wkh tplral bevel gear. Tba pfailoa 
huh i.i exceptionaJlr heawv, and. as the pinion is carried 
on dkmble capar roUar bearing perfect aUgmncnt of 
dboaavbahvBfvaMOi^ The fear axU haa a total of 

four roller heaiiO|p wUdk add <.i'T>«i.ler:iMy to the coxt 

of maxuifactoM bvK ptptcctma for the owner 

Bpsdal cate k tehoB «o InaiiM dleBoa In llie piBlar and 
ring Rvara. These are madr up in <yrt* and carefully 
matched, each set balBg run in to cUmioate all possi- 
bUttydaBlaetoopitfioB, 

'T\km dtferrnti^l ni )e ge^rv are forced hlfetr'"™! ""'n the 

rear axle shafts and tha teeth then cuL This pcrmiu 
of lighrcf and aaote rfmple ctmgt iu c t ton. 'HieahaAiafe 

mUifuallv nt l. a* the rentrc linr of the whn-I 

COnea over the beanoah iberc is no overhang of the 
aala Aalt »d te big no mti^t m aoppoct. 

1^ oaeef aaaUeable t artiip ia eU^natad to tbU new 

axle housinR which is made mrirelv of steeL Bell 
foqpnffi welded to steel ruhing make up the shaft 
houaing wbkb l» bolted to an all steel diffcrcniiAl 
hooaing. The care and skill devoted to the aaanu far ture 
md aaaaaiblT of rear axle paru U tfpkal of ibe hisb 



Drive it 
Yourself — 
there la no 
Better Test 



Ford Cat 
Features 



AMMUv IMS ^iij 



Atrmtgi pf yem dem0n<tTati<m ridt wiik tfm 

Ford dealer 



NATIONAL MOTOR 

COMPANY, UMiTCD 
819 Yates Street Phana 4»00 

"VICTORIA'S FORD DBALER8" 



Brectton of another iie» addition 
to the ()Msni"hil^ VlkmK lattones. 
It niatniimMi Jit-i-' niri-at plant. Wan- 
MOiiiK e<) h'j I J Rfuter. president 
and i.'([i'-ral nuirjiger of the Old.-. 
MotMf Work.s The buildmR wiU br 

.„ iHO teet wtdf and M)0 feet in length 

were not tttesc cluba and wiU maienally increase the pro- 
ductive faolUtlaB of aU aheet metal 
operations. 

With this latest addltloo to the 
OldsmobUe-Vtklng taotorles, more 
than 1.000,00» J«»». loot of new 
floor spaea 



organlaatlans It la totansttog to 
note that aatomabUe chibs exist 
wherever there are aatemebOea to 
use. the marabsiAip now totalltag 
around two million. Surety all 
tbase members are not on the n-Tcni: 
traok. It Is true that one can opi-r- 
ate a car without belonclnn u> t-hr 
Hub. but It is also mie Uia: ni.Hor- 
InK rondltion^ wtmld not t-- -.vhar 
thrv lire if li 

hii\t !><-. n working for the motorists' 
gw.Ki ■^l^v^t- fire the days of or- 
ganiaauonfl and co-operatton, and 
there ui only one that maksa a spe- 
datty of saf eguardtog the mteresu 
of motorlsU and only one that spe- 
cialises to gatbertog and dlBsam- 
inattog toformattoB of value to tba 
molar c^eralcv. 

TAKK8 UKADDIO PAST 
^ the da y alfltmant of the toitnat 
trade the jCutombbOe ClOb ' his 
talHn a laadtog part. Lsjit year the 
local ottee tif tte association fur- 
nished tnformatton and maps to 
more than 8.0O0 vWtim: itn inbers of 
afnilated rlubn. This mouinnn or- 
nanlzatlon eiiend.'. practlcallv 
around Mir world through lt.<. nfn- 
Ufttlonjt wi'h the lloyal Aul^)inobtle 
Automobile AM-'X-iation which em- 
Club 'hf Aiiuwohtie Association 
nf Great Briuui and the American 
Autoowblle Association of the 
' ntted mates, whiai embraeea more 
rhan 1.060 local and State elubs. 
.authentic touring taformatlen of 
i all ktods Is available for the mem- 
ber at all times, and through It me 
' motorist U i%re«uarded agetos t to - 
i-tnventence. loss of tlma aod troQ- 
ble when travelmg 

The Automobile Club of Erltlsh 
Columbia l-- a nor-prof^t smice or- 
gantzatton. wnli no ■,[)tH lal irifn'.'-t,"; 
to serve, and direrleil hv puSihr 
splrtte>d men of proinini'iii-'' whn ' 
irivc freely of their lime u> the work 
In addition to the work in the in 
tereifits of motorUts generally. Lh» 
club conducts departments of file 
clal benefit to members, such a^ 
free emergency road aerxice and 
towing, truing care of breakdown 
tn any part of the Province. Kune 
, lOO garages being under cootraet to 
render this service bJ-ti free legal 
advice and a clearing house for all 
Iproblcnui tiiat arise through the 
operation of automobl1f». 

RealldnR tha^ the rlub was best 
equlppod U) do ihp work, the British 
Columbia tiovemment has en- 
trusted the siKTimK of the hlahwavs 
to It nnri under thti aii'honiv and 
wMh ■!ttiMani*e of the (mvern- 
ment the Province Is rapidly be- 
oonttog oee of the bast algaad dis- 
tricts to be found. 

The president of the rhib thi.-^ 
vcar li Major H. Cuthben Holmes 
of Victoria, who bt now on a lo.i 
of the Interior, vtslting the lwel\ 
braoehes ol the club, addreailttR 
meettogs of Che members. Inspecting 
roiuSs and signs and generally as- 
certaining the requirements of the 
motorists of these distnci-i. The 
Victoria branch U under the rhatr- 
tn nnsh !p of Rev Montague W 
fjnire. who Is alwo president of the 
Saanlch Board of Trade and the 
Anoetated Boardf- of Trade Of Van- 
rniiver Liland Mr R R. Webb, 
. ' rif the local branch, has 
; * 'hsi pofsHlnn «lnre 1930. 



OUUmobile-y iking 

Factory 1» Eniarged 




BUT KS GOT m HAT AFTBg AtL 




e 



Putting the Joy in 

-^JOY RIDING" 




.AimoHt ena-foarth of a& llareb 
motor deaths ware thaee of dUl- 
dren under fifteen years of age. You 
I might remembv that this Is the 
I moalb of ouldaor aottrMta for the 
iwi^titara Behool la aitt and tba 
oblldran are on the stmts. And 
you never know the reaction ef a 
' child toward an approachins autn- 
I motklle. Better be rareful than sorry 
> Be oarcful when drlvtng that car. 
I partMurly vliHi dbildian aie aaar. 




The open road ahead . . . 
gummer breeM and gunshine... 
gmooth h ighwayi and leafy lafiCft 
— and quiet, dependable power 
under the hood. Sucheonbethe 
pieasurcs of motofinga 

The tmootfi' and efficient 
pqfoim ence of your mginr dc- 
pswMta n^m. ItMhricaiUm. Oil muft 
pcotMt tite vital pvtt of your 
0Dter. 0(<UB«y«UteoQiibM(k 



<1'v-ATi, burr, find ]nnr thrir luh- 
r icat ing qua 1 lUea . But V££DOL 
bdncAeMf«r-bodied*tou«her«iid 
longer - 1 i ved foimo a / 1 /m t h a t wi 1 1 
enable your car to run at high 
gpeedi for hours withoot danfcr 
ct a burnt bearing. Operating 
rosta and repair bills will be 
reduced. Your car will laet 
Umger and gIVa sroo 



VEEDOL 

l€0il«iR9 Ollf and Qr««M# 

•.CmaTRIBUTOKl 

MACKENZIE, WHITE k 0UN8MUIH. X^TD. 

vicTOKU Alio VAMCOUVBa 



' .;\r nhoilld havr headllfhtJ 
ijiit headliRht* may' 
iw H <K,:<f ')( dang'-i too A gisr- 
mg Ught may blind tba athor IMlow 
coming toward you aod aaoaa hun 
Id m mto you or bMe a dlteb. 
ancli a Ught ehould never be nasd on 
a ootdltry road nhen snotfm' rar il 

afurmarhh^ it <he brisht ught tr 
niiiMiry ae a dark rea d, dim a 
wtaee yaa saa anaCbsr aaa apvroaiiii- 

ing ______ 

JAXa SATgt 
waodir what pereaelage of oa- 
e bam Mfca aaald pass ibset 
«ts «• ffNe 1M WBUgmitof 

w^trr ntii ten penrils trytn', f 
' Hk-T «hy wem«n mavte fans don't 



Tok» iii*ir roat» off to 
, ;i>rf ihesr »et down aU* 

'itoMaraa* 



aMe be 
aa that 



VKBBOL iOLD AMD RBCOblMKNUED BY TUKSE DKALERfl 



VT-FIini f-OR70l- FOR AI,1. FORD MODEH 

NATIONAL MOTOR CO., LTD. 



gl9 Yates St. 



Pbona 4900 



TOM LUMSDEN 



Car. Yacaa and Quadra 



Phone* 6277-6278 



Cor. Johnsoa 1 


^ViCTOWU sum MMVICS fTATIOil 


PhAiw 209 


720 Viaw 
Straat 


BAILEY & SON, LTD. 


PiMaa 22S 
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THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. B.C SUNDAY, JUNE 30, 1929 



British Expert Explains 
Why Wolverhampton 
Scrapped Lily s Trams 

Head of Stalfordshit.* 'Imwit's Transportation 
System Gives Resume ut Reasons for, and 
Success Attending Conversion to Motor Buses 
and Trdlleys 



Colors of Greater Hudson and Essex 



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p u> r^«|fj^(;H-CANADIANS 

I FOR PEACE RIVER 



Combination Sbowt Rapid Gain 

In Yeady Total of Gio$8 Profits 

" nWSr KLTOM* MlaatT' 0*n»nl Mir.M*r knd EmMmt. Walwr- 

^MMIaa Corparauno Tr*iiii><>t- ^viarincni 

THE population ot Wolverhampton at Uie end of the war was 
98,000, and tb« am o{ the BorouSh waa 3.525 acres. The 
mimklpal truuport uadcrtaUnc Mtred tbla am vlth a 
few minor nctendops In the Tettmhall, Baatti Towa« and Wednea- 
fleld Urban Dlatrlct^ and the Pariah Boahbury. At that tim 
the traiBe waa dealt with by trams runntng on the Lorain Burfacel 
contact System or elKlit routes, whilp motor bu.sett wprf op*'rate* 
on three other routes. Die population today Is approximately- 
131, ow, ,ind the area of the Borough 7.105 acres. The passenger I 




It now r^mll^n^ f ■■ 

»hu li till.- f^isinl III 



u:r 111 ;ini;f.--' 
uriol prrjudu:* 
M'iiir qu&rtert 
N ptiu le TTie 
itmitalions. It 



DAKT of the Hadum-BMca Color Parade, which waa a|a«ed br A* CflfM. M, tMd R«d»oii-BM«x 
* dMlar. reccndy in conjuncdoa wMi a Domlirion-wlde ulfi oeoMst_ la die yarMe ware abown bctcii- 



tavB dlffernti nod^ and orioca of Um Oraatai Huds>r *nd^mm die Chatl e ii i ^' 
Co. — T^** to «Mr t*V mad eh a great nwaber of diKerent eolota and eoibr 

on all models. 



The H^eo B Mater Car 
widiib are oiWie n el 



'rarisport undertaklnif vrvM ui area 
(il 170 square milr'; r ivrrlng the dls- 
tnci of berweeii twriity ajid thirty 
Ibcal authontirf* 'nn- trartli h.»i: 
died by motor 'imnibusei) nnd irollcy 
\fhlclnB In view of the controvemy 
which sLlU conttnueii retfarding the 
rival DMTlU Ol the bus »nd the Inai. 
It tt ■timfd that It may be of some 
Interest to summsrUte brtefljr the 
sequence of evenu which have led 
to the aincewful oonrerekm and cx- 
tensioD uS the wmvarhamplaD va- 
tem. 

At the end of thr unr pertod the 
cbanffed valuM crmted and the de- 
velOFnnent.1 that were Imminent 
made it necesMry for those respon- 
sIMe carefully to review the posi- 
Uon and to li^ down a poUoy which 
would fill the new conditions. I wUl 
deal with the various aj^pecu under 
sepumte heartn fmm which I hope 
to make It quUf ■ y^ir tha* thf pol- 
io' that ha.-- bri'ii udopird has been 
'.'"Cirii!, riPliberate, luid roTutlatent. 
In prewar tunes it was ususi tor 
ParUanwDt in granting 4>owen to 
local authorities for the eoastruc- 
tlon of tramways to allow as long 
as forty yean for the repoyment of 
the original loans for tramway 
trsck. The average life of a tram 
Tark over which elect rlcslly-oper- 
itfd tramp were driven was about. 
' vcniv yrar;*, bo some provision had 
'f> b' madr for the rrbiilldlng of the 
trnrk ' > t.vit the fortv ypar^i, when 
the oil. I '.in would bf pnld nfT 

ItKNKWALS FIND 
The I ; •■ 'i II i ws v of provldlnf for 
fhlJi wa.^ Ill in^tHnio H rfnrwald 
fund iillowinir it to fi-^nimulM*' lo 
mch an amount hs would pay for 
the rcnevalfi n1 the track Owlns to 
ths change of values during the war 
tte money saved for this purpoae 
bid depreciated to* b etween one- 
qiiattar and one-third of its prewar 
vahie. Bimo a renewals fond to 
rebuild twenty mUea of track would 
aetnally pay ttaa reball^ of 
ahnut five milea. 
Thr tramway ttbOftS bad but a 



few yeari of life m them nnd the 
Loralo surface contact par; nf uic 
system was rompletely wurn out. 
i;<-< <'N'(ii4itinK iinnirdiatf .-itepa be- 
itiil taken Lo carry on. This meant 
one of three things: 

«I) The immediate relaying of 
the rails. 

(3t The Inunedlale relaying of the 
contact bosea and setts. 

(3) The Immediate veetton of 
overhead poles sod wtraa. In order 
to obtain the full life of the ralli 
and track. 

It was decided that the last 
scheme was the soundest and moet 
economical, and forthwith the nce- 
easary polea and wires were erected 
and the overhead poles fitted lo all 
the cam not then operating on the 
dual system I nhould here explain 
that' on iwo routes running lo Wil- 
lenhall and BUston we had inter- 
runnlng arrmngements with the 
tramway company for tunning our 
Lorain can through on their over- 
head lines. 

OUTSIDE RUNNING POWERS 

At about the ^a^je time It was evl- 
dent that there would be great de- 
velopments m. motor buses and mo- 
tor roads; and the corporation .de- 
cided to ask Psrllament for powers 
to operate buses In the surrouodlag 
districts to enublf them to cater for 
people In vlUage», tnwn5 and coun- 
try around Wolverhampton who 
(Till tie \Vnlverl.Hn)i)l')n lh»ir icitrr 
for shopping, buMne*.-. ami! plenMirf 
purposes. The pi'ven* were (rranted 
In IBM. These powers have been 
lully exercised, bus routes being In- 
stituted tn all directions from the 
centre of Wolverhampton. The 
poUey of my department since the 
eaiUest days of motor buses has 
been to carry the passenger through 
In the bus to hU destination, and 
not. as a general thing, lo use the 
bus as s feeder to the trams 

fty Instituting -iervires and 

with the psasing of the iioads Act. 
two, It soon became evident that 



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the tnfflc way ot ths future would 
be a road way «hlCb would carry 

heav>' merhsnlcal transport vehlcles. 
and th»I i-he evolution of a motor 
vehifle having ths carrying 
of a iraincar would make Wi.- f\- 
pensive permatient way uniietrsAury 
.iiid iil-.o imdpisirable owina to the 
lateral mobllUy ul the motor vehicle, 
making that form of transport su- 
perior to the rallbound tramcar for 
geoaral trafBe ooodltlmia. In addi- 
tion to this, all the road survoyon 
Donoeraed an onanlmons In stattssg 
that they prefer a whole road to 
main ta tin rather than two road 
breasts with u tramway track t>e- 
tween them In 1»22, when our Ilrat 
complete irsm roiiie was wum out. 
It was found iha! wo could scrap 
the tmuiwfiy trark, pay a substao- 
Ual amount towards the reconstruc- 
tion of the road, and institute a 
eerrlee ot troOiv veUdea for about 
half ihe*eegt Ot laytag a douUe 
tramway tia^ 

CRUDE iWSTRUaCENT 
The troUey vafakla of that dag 
was a somewhst crude Instrument, 
and It was necessary tor us to look 

round for soraeihlng wmch would 
meet our needa. Our esperleoce 
with the prtrol -electric btis was 
enough to tell us that aith that 
vehicle we had n rondworthy chasals 
and enceediiiKlv hgUl electrical ma- 
chine The experience here Rained 
wa.s useful for the firm ronfemed to 
design a suitable electric motor for 
the proposed new vehicle. Coupled 
with this we had at our disposal the 
railway expeMenee of a great el«c- 
trtoal eagtheering firm, and the re- 
Btdt was a really test<d-out chassis 
fitted with Ught and efOclent elec* 
rrlr motors controlled with a oon- 
'.trtor type roni.mller nprrated by 
A pedal m the .same way a« an ac- 
rrleiii'fir pefisil on a motor bu.s 

The body f'lf thl.s chassis rrenled 
another pmblrm A low ra.Uvnv 
bridge made It inevitable that n 
single-deck bus should be used, and 
the Ministry of Transport restrte- 
tlrau Umtlerl ihe slse Eventually a 
forty-seater i evolved with a cen- 
tre entrance. This was the first ex- 
ample In the country of a centre 
entrance heine used on either trolley 
or motor omnibus These vehiclci 
were put into service in October. 
193S. After Ave years" heavy dutv 
they are giving admirable results, 
the only alterations being to make 
the doorways on the original vehi- 
cles some twrtve to fifteen Inches 
wider, and to oonvert the wheels 
from soUd to pneumatic Ures The 
road waa of tamsc eoostruction. 
and It Is as good today as when 
laid more than Ave years ago. The 
only nulntenance required had t>een 
the anntui dressing of tar tipray 
snd gnt. eo<iMn8 less than 3d per 
yard. The Micr. ts of this experi- 
ment led to the conversion of other 
routes as they were worn out. and 
eventually the time arrived when It 
fras neoesmiy to come to a decision 
regarding the fate of the more im- 
portant double track and heavy 
traAc routes. In the meantime 
gnat developments had been taking 
plaoe In the deMgn of the motor bus, 

WUGBT and OArACITT 
Early In ms it was not possible 
to obtain from any manufacturer a 
chassis ipeelaUy constructed for the 
carriage of passengen. It was In 
the early Summer of 1935 when a 
local firm came forward with a 
drapt>ed frame chassis enahiinR 
pa-wnRffs to mount the bus with 
one step n-. un a rrnmcar. A 3\-ton 
bu]i wa."i then prttduced to rarry 
thb^y passengers, to comply ^ith 
some suggested Oovemment regula- 
tions. These have since been supor- 
eeded. which, in my opinion, is all 
to the good, for such fine 1imlt<<i of 
weight do not help toward.^ the final 
engineering product required The 
preaent limit* of weight are 

tonn on the bark nxle of n fonr- 
wheeler ThiR enables n rtnnble- 
deck vehicle of light comt rue tlon l/> 
aeat from fifty to fifty-three pus- 
•engers and keep within the limit 
length of twentyndx feet. Our ex- 
perience In W(rtvtfhampton Is that 
for our heavy irafHc routes the beat 
type or vehicle seats from nfty-five 
to lintf paswngers. and la capable 
nf dealing with an^erload at peak- 
load times This could not be ac- 
eompltshrd with the four-wheel 
vehicle, but lortunai^'ly ut ihe int- 
fer end of IMS the rigid t ' - ix 
wheeler made Its appearance, and 
soon sbowed Its worth In dealing 
with the heavier trafBc of the dis. 
(riot. Qn tfalB type of vehicle an 
aala load ef four tone Is allowed, 
twelve Ions In all. The earlier 
moil'-l.'i pxpenmented with demon- 
strated the necessity for bigger en- 
gines with more power for rapid ac- 
celeration, better braken. and he»v|rr 
traii.imi.v.li>n gear The up-to-date 
bxift^ of ihl.i description having ntx- 
cylinder engines developing up to 
100 horaepowcr. are dsallng eflec- 
tively with thouaaode of pamengem 
eve^ day. 

rOPt'LAR T1IAN TRAMK 

a Rain the road experience 
n ith the sU-wheel cha«ala 
was adapted to the trolley vehicle. 
The same type of chassis Beted with 
an up-to-date electric motor with 
eontaelor control gear haa gtv«n us 
a vehicle eapable of d«aHi« with the 

Igaflte en any of our tramwav routes 
ftKB the aetonlxhirur inrreane in paA- 
•mgWTt which the popularity of the 
ne* form of iran.^port has attracted 
on thew routes I give below ■ 
table _«howing the trafllr re<^iptj» 
'mmedlatelT after convrr^ion. aiui 
the percentage tnereaar A portion 
of this increase Is undoubtedly due 
to the u a i aial expanston ef the dki- 
nset and the epetttag op oc new m- 



diutriee, but tn Ihe mala It li due I 
tb the popularity of the troOey v«hl- 1 

cle and motor bos 

ltiri«4>r In irnirif itii ^^^1J1*■^ . '...n 
opacity i tfoM iraatwan ec trolley vctiieJ** 
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I Pvna and Pnin PirlSi. )t» -S4.>ia » 

WUkabaU. ttM 11.4S0 

Ttttanaail. Ml a 

wauatwa BasBfc HAT ... man • 

tbui ier.tu n 

AU art traeUnu vroll*T tvnUm wlU» Uw 
•Kaetian ef uit iMi-Mmtd, «Ueb U 
WSfM br ammt butM- 
- •Thr rwnn Rwjw «j ■iw«e» • »■«•■ 
taa route, but tu recetpu bt* IckIuom ui 
Ul* UMl U> maJir a (air coinP*ii*(M> 
Tha W»dOM6«W rouU »*• ■muaOad 

■MM 4BS »r«a , . 

-n» Btubbvrr aod rwtf nNaai >mu 
waa nttndad m »Uaa 
TDe WIUtDhan roaM wa» unalur«S 
Ta* Tttiaohatt feat* waa uDalte r«i 
Tlie wbiiRwrt naana t«wU wm udH- 
u»d. 

All roulea were single track routes 
with pa&fting piit'-' V wit't 'he excep 
lion of the Teltenlmli route, whuh 
has a double track practically the 
whole length. The Ilgures speak for 
th-m>«'ive.^. and U Is uxmeeessary tor 
me to labor ihalr algnlfleance. At 
the present thM me are cngagad on 
the ooovenlan of oar one remetahig 
tramway tnofc— the Bilston track— 
and In order to ooroplete the system 
It haa be«i necessary to purchase 
from the tramway company the re- 
iMiiinlng routes in Ihe BUston area. 

Th" pcipuliii'v nf the mobile vehl- 
t ie.i with thr pa.^ngerB Is echoed 
hv the private motorist and other 
road u-sera. The blessing given to 
the new system by the road survey- 
on Is confirmed by the poUce. Traf- 
ne congestion Is reduced and the 
sverage speed of trafllc i/. increa.>ed 

If the pnvrhnloftlral aspect of the 
traffic question l.^ ronsidered. It ts 

evident that the general public has 
made up 1*^ mind that tt prefan the 
bus to the tram. 

DISTINCT FIELDS 
So far T have endeavored to ahow 
how the probUin hA.s been tackled 
tn the Wolverhampton area, and In 
to doing have poimeti nu'. that we 
have II distinct field tor Ihe trolley 
vehicle and the motor bus. Ind- 
dcntaily. I should also mention that 
we have a place for olher people's 
motor buses, and that we have a co- 
ordinated scheme of operaUon with 
the WalaaD Corporation, the Mid- 
land Red company, and the Birm- 
ingham de MUDand ivamvays Jelnt 
Oommltire 

TTie one prent factor which will 
make any great tram clearance im- 
probable wllhin the next fe* yenr* 
lA the financial one. Where great 
ijBmwAv undertakings have relaid 
iheur tracks since the war, and 
where they have renewed their roll- 
big stock with up-to-date trams, the 
steel wheel running on the steel 
track must remain for acme time. 
But the oM arguments of the ttu- 
perlonty of the inun.,ln capacity. 
Kpced and fconomv. although quite 
■.(.und with the poor roods and Com- 
panitlvely primitive \ chicles of a 
few vears nco cannot be maintained 
v>d.iy The main argument for not 
"trapping any tramway today most 
be the financial one. The asset rep- 
reaantad by the new or only partly 
worn track and the up-to-date 
tramcars must waste for the term 
of Its allotted life unle^n the na- 
tional economy efTected by the 
speeding up of tTsfUr and the cut- 
ling out of track mninfennnce costs 
and renewals rharrrcii run be shown 
to be the more expedient roume 
Regard 1 nit 'hi"^ latter poln' I have 
made a ral(u.atton from the ac- 
counts of some of our larger city 
tramways, and ^rom thoee figuree 
have akraolE an average irtileh gives 
rather an Interesting result Tar the 
existing tramwsys I have taken the 
amount set aside for track renewal*, 
and the amount spent during the 
year on tzaak natartenanai and ro- 
palrs 

Averoge efwt per mile for track 
renewals, repair* and malnlenance. 

I have assumed that the number 
of tramcars Is replaced by the same 
number of tnOey vehldes boirlng 
a tax of C130 esch per annum, which 
money goes to the national fund for 
the making and upkeep of road.'t 
The amount paid In vehicle tax p^r 
mile of route p*r annum i' El, 000 
approximately 

ESTTMATrn RAVIN(;s 
I, understand thai a fair average 
coat of a good tarmac road, abotit 
thirty feet wide. Is t3,S00 per mile 
With ordinary heavy traffic the Ufe 
of this road can be estimated at a 
minimum of fvpn veara. snd*frnm 
my agpertanc- m i-^erhampton I 
•sf It U iik'-i>- lo be very much 
H we pay g per eant inter- 
eat Kor llM money to aoeumulam 
a IH per ant sbfting ttmd for lu 
tedempMop to seven years, the an- 
nual loan rhameii will be €839 per 
anniiiri V^in*er.*nre in the form 
of Ur feedini and mtting. will coat 
approotmalaely C320 per Rnnum 
this giies us a total annual .-harge 
cf CM& to which wr wtU add 10 per 
cT,t for nontinireneiej making a 
ir',.n.i '--..m; of ran per mile par 
Annum Thereby II will ba seen 
thai tn mm» casae Ihe pubUe servtae 
tax wonM mere than oasar 



the total road oosta at the p r estnl 
rate of tax. and the wtmle of the 

other traffic on Uie route would In 
'■ff'-i I tf liiunuiii tax tree At the 
-.am.' tun • th'- prt^_-.« ;ig<'r tran.srx«-t 
.luttiorjty u-oMi'.) l.-- ■■^iviim lii tilt? 
same instance tl,»ti(j ;*er mile per 
annum, the difference between track 
maintenance aod renewals on the 
ana hand and the road tax on the 
other. 

I suggest that at this point the 
problem u not parochial, but of na- 
tional importance' 

In consideruig these ngures H 
should be bome In mind that roads 
must be oonstructed today to carry 
the heavy menhanleal trallta; and 
alio that road ai|r|i4mrB evpeess 
for thg road nn- 
by the baertlaa of a tmn- 
way tnck. 

Another aspect of thla quesUcn 
again .luggests an advantAge for the 
trolley vehicle and niofor tHw a-i 
agaiml Ihe relaying of tramway _,. . 
tracks. The li fe of a tra mway track t " 
and car Is approximately twrnty 

yean, and in mafctng calculaUons of 

ooets It Is usual to aUow twenty ' tmpopniar, 
yean for the repayment of the o^- 
tal lalatd. Again, with a tramway 
system any worn out section must 
be relatd If the system Is to be oon- 
tinued lo the end of the life ol the 
Iea.sr worn section, so the process of 
n-ncwal u continuous With Ihe 
ni'-rr mobile vehicle tlie i'i_sr i,i dlt- 
[ereiii The life given lo a trolly 
vehicle ts from eight lo ten years, 
snd to a motor bus from five to 
eight years. When we consider the 
cKtraordlnartly rapid developmenu 
irtdidi are taUng place. It la wise to 
keep In mind the further changes 
that mNr bo neeeeeaiy fit ten to flf- 
ten yaaia. and the leog life o( the 



13 f'jute txfuna, mid the overhead 
wlnog must be eraolad and main- 
tained, but the a d va ntag e s over the 
molorbua OD many urban frequent- 
stop aervleee are so numerous and 

imporunt that I do plead that the 
.ttUiiii'rtges of thr ir'>!if-v \ehnl*- 
^hriuid be investiKntf-d before a dr 
iibi'Hi to adopt au\ her form mI 
■laii-!'"'' ,■- r hi*.-, be*'fi sjud 

Itii- t; \rliu"f- I- » hvbrld OT 

tnoniirel i>pe of \ehicle Thl& In a 
derogatory sense is unwarranted. 
Th« best bacon pig Is a first croes. 
and msf tanoar frtende In Womsa- 
tershlre make good with oatUe of 
the nr:«t r ^oiu— Hereford and Short- 
luiin i( I KTiismber Flatly. I maln- 
\.n.n> tt.ai if ttte trolley vehicle is a 
t>vL>iiLl i: i\ a first cnns. and can 
print- its worth m ran^ ing Ihe 
heavy HI btiii tnifh. leitvtng the 
thoroughbred speedy motor cuach to 
deal with more rural traffic. Ihe 
trolley vtfUele Is more comfortable, 
free from gear-ehaage iolts, vibra- 
tion, noise, and smeU. Its unlimited 
torque makes its speedier m traffic, 
and gives It better acceleration than 
Its petn i (;<.unlerpart. It uises home- 
pro<lii' ' ii iK'Wpr. which i'' i tieaijer 
than uitported oil and petrol, and 
this power i.i not .so likeiy to fluctu- 
ate m price a.s oil fuel f.^-ualU 
mumdpallUes produce t h<- 1 r own 
electricity, aod that department, 
makes a sub st a n tial profit from the 
transport using this power. The 
malnlenance and repah costi of a 
trolley vehicle are much lower than 
those of a motor bus. with its com- 
pllcatod eng i n e , gear box. aiui 
clutch On suitable routes the total 
foat of working trolley vehlclea Is 
less than that of motor buses 

It was rot mv intention to plead 
the rase of the trolley vehicle In this 
article, but In setlini; out the man- 
ner in which the problem has been 
tackled In Wolverhampton It was 
neceasary to slate the facLt. 

In OOncIOsloti ] nppend table of 
figures which demonstrate the 
undertaking, which 
i simiefe- thai the jnala. -pottolaa 
adopted by mt oonmlttee have not 



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LONDON June 30.- Among a 
minU>er of fnendly »oci*tlea which 
wheat growing dlstrlcla have wiL'idra«n from raglaUalton 
liie steeple of a little under tiw I-Yteiidl.'. Societiw Ar:, la 



MONTREAi.. JuiK aa.^In the 
Mart of the Paaoe lUver 
country a village will arlae whidi 
will make the traveler who vlalts it 
gasp with wonder. For In this most 
modem of 
lie *ill 3*e 

tfirv ctdorrd ctiurih irwouKh the :hc Chcuvrlleld Unicu Bcocnt bo- 
l^■^.v/^ hear the soil ac rnt.-* of fiety, DUC of the oidOSt UlgSlllSa 
Prench-Canadun habitant larmer^ liona ol the kind m England, n was 
and see homesteads which will make established In ITta, and the original 
think he had been mhaeulously rules provided that it was to consist 
"Notre Dame de la Falx." And it of I3t member*, who must be gen- 
tlemen i &ervaiit» and natlvaa of 
Oreil UrUttin Hiey were to meet 
at the ("Jld Che.ilrrIirM Artil-s cvrrv 
fourth Friday, »i» n ca* ii member 
was required to pay l.^i fkl to the 
bos and also 3d. "to be expended 
that cwenmg." in order to insure 
that the funds should not euSer by 
the oonsumpUon of liquor In excess 
of this amount per head, the rules 
provided that if more liquor was al- 
lowed to be brought Into the room 
on the club account than could be 
p.ild fiT b\ the moneys contributed 
tberelor. Uic steward "St the slate" 
was to pay the "overpltiih** lOdaay 
out of his own pocket. 

The society assisted members to 
obtain employment, and Imposed 
fines on those who, knowing ci va- 
cancies, did not notify them or 
recommended non-members while 
members were out of employment. 
It slst encouraged the eva5ion of 
military .^e^vlce by paying half 'he 
co.it of prcvidmjt a rotwtllute pro- 
v ulfd :1 r\t It did not exceed one- 
hal.' -'f 'Ait bounty money provided 
by the uovemment. 



hMMportad to the banks of the 
lower at LaaniMje IJOO mUea 
away. 

When he Inquires for the name of 
the vlllagB he wUl be answered: 
will be peopled by repatriated 
Fnnch-CanadLan.<> from the New 
England State-n w ho are turning 
from industrial pursuiLt to the origi- 
nal occupation of thrir nnceston. 



UtlM«i 



the result of the acljvltlM of 
the Rev J Hani'-lin of the Domln- 
Uju < ico-prruneii' Imiiitimilion !>■■ 
partment. nnd £ Le«auM. of the 
Canadian Pacific Railway rolonlxa- 
llon department, a party of 300 
Proneh-Oanadlans from alt parte of 
New ttigiand recently left for the 
Peace River country, where they will 
form the nucleus of the future popu- 
lation of the new parl-th "Notre 
Dam*" df l» Pau" lOur Lady of 
Peace' Not onlv families of new 
settlers ron^pruse itir iwirty but also 
heud^ ot families who are going out 
In nnd farm.-i for their children 
whose opportunities In Hew lai|land 

are limited by the density of popu- 
latloo. There Is one man Who wants 

to find a farm for his six sons, and 
a mother who wants one for her two 
sons and datighlcr tn the purty. 

The new settlers oome from all 
parts or the New Kpgland Slates. 

It Is expected that 75 per cent of 
the party will remsln in the Peace 
River country, while those who re- 
turn Kaat are e»xwt*^ to come out 
again next year for permaneni .ie[- 
tlement. Manv more FYenrh-Cann- 
dlans from New Ensland are ex- 
pected to foUow this ptooeer party. 

l i g i ' ii i a nr yowger «m«Bd dgdgb- 



Fairy Tale- News dtspatcheA 
from forty -eight American .ttale.* 
and .^u Catiadian provincea fall to 
record a slnnle accident dlOttg U» 

month of June. 



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every household lumny axoept a 
nonsteld paper napkin. 



ten for whom fieater opportunlUea 
are offered In the new parish than 
at theta' old homea 



The average fellow spends hslf 
his Ufe thtnkm' how happv ha** 
gonna bs and the other half ' 

in' how hapDv he unerf to be. 




No need to speed to etamUy; youli 
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Many are surprmed (o leahi thai 
Graham-Paige quality can be pur- 
-hascd for as littlr A<t $I4IS« fit 

Victoria, folly c'luipprd. 

The 612. with prices beginnii^ 
at this figure, is a large, power* 
ftil automobile. 

VVhcn you lift the hood, you see 
abigengine \lelivering62 horse- 
power, with smooth operation 
assured by good balance. A sevcn- 
bearinfl crankshaft {2' i inches in 
diameter) issupportcd by a rigid 
imtor block. Water jackets ex- 
tend dear ^ the bottom of grvery 



cylinder.givinft complete and unu 
form cooling for dependable per- 
formance and long hfc. 

The internal cxpandinclivtlraulic 
brakes, protected from dirt and 
water, are larger than usual in a 
car at this price Brakedrumsare 
machined absc)Iutely true, inst'.r- 
ing contact for the ftiU surfiue 
of the brake shoes on all four 
wheels. This means less need ior 
adjustments and relining. and 
greater security throtigh more 
ediuent brakifig. 

Hie emergency brake is entirely 
sepumtc givini the protectMi— 




A Car Is Ready 

for You to Drive 



which we believe essential— of 
twoindcpcndent brakingsystems. 

AIlthrougbtlie612.you wiUfind 
extra size, weight and strength. 

Every one of its 3, 125 poundscon- 
tributes directly to better per- 
formance and increased comiort 
and safety of its passengers. 

The bodies are roomy and beau- 

tifully finished. UphnUtery is 
genuine mohair, with a guaran- 
tee of long wear attacoed to 
every cushion. 

Study the 612 and get a demon - 
stiBtion before you select your 
aeztcer. 



EVE BRUiJiLRS, LlMiii:D 

Ora« BVBNlNOt 
Fort end Qnadta ItnMb Abo* UU; Night 



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niH DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. B.C SUNUAV. JLiNK 30, 1929 



Some Landmarks in Story of 
Development of Province 
During Colonial Days . 



Parliament Square in Early Days of Victoria 



TTif- ■^li- •-•f mr Iv itni Lsh 

Cutiimb;* huUM-y luv Uiuglit Ui Uie 

pubUc »otodoto oc Uia nvvtMi^ 
tiie youth oC th* cOUtty IWW « 
f»ir taBMvMt* cf 4Bt« Ud pllB- 
cipsi uMili 9b maar atfMlU, baw- 
•MT, Mpitfny tbom wbo Iwvc 
«oaw tran oUmt PrmHiMt umi 
omiqMm tlw roRUUM of nclflc 
coaat PnvtBM to m ttnoga u the 
hlaiorv of Pen^gftmbVii Thfy took 
Dvrr 'h'- IT' 1. ill n wh^ilr nut* 

n- 'rea.Mir*-'' "f tiiUKial nrnlj'T itiut 
1.1 1 1. A f aUh I >tvsf r V »■ 1 h<* pr>>t:rf« 
with [iiai li '1 dM odf »iitl re- 
maui .n!i.r< nnrd rMpeoiinc th« 
croBB pur(>urtr4. coofUct <tf Interests, 
olatbM frf Mittwrtlr luad rvduftl 
evotiitkB b7 vUloh (he prtaent cod- 
■wnnwHwi hat 1)a*n aehtevad. Ot 
the evolntlaa ot Oevemmaot partSe- 
ulkrljr the majortty tba people 
have takpn no pallM to ttMTuct 

«if ut*- exhaustive papern have 
br.;! *rilt#n. eloquent and long 
.[iprriir!. nisdi*, uKiiprehewJvf 
irti' Irs wrlUeii and a studied rflort 
re*cue Irom otMCurltgi^-before It 
L. loo laie— « nuui ot Inf onnatloo 
beM knowB ooly to (ba gloiwan 
who eun aMda. Uueh o( thla In- 
fonnaUon touehai ootjr high apou 
ud laarai tmHated man; at iha 
letMT eandtUeoi wUoh nuka up Che 
import«nl botfy al BMtllto OotamBta 
hwiory 

Thai the Uudaon'a Bay OOOBpanv 
f*lalned eirlunlve prlvUefe of trade 
throughout our Intliuii tcmtorv" In 
1838 I May 30 > nmr be accepted ait 
the beKinnlnn of organUed rule on 
the Paciiic Coiut of Canada. Ten 
yean latar (Jaauaiy U) VanoouTer 
Xalaad waa oedad to ttw eompany. 
ttw eooildanUoa being a nagUftMe 
Mfla beeauH of the fact that their 
tenure was limited by a recawlonal 
eUtue. Both the Brittoh Oorem- 
ment and the comDany knev 'ht.i 
tenure could nni last forever Hrjorc 
rh" setllemenl ot the Orrxwi 
l>nun(lar> Ui 184« <July 12> the 
opcraUona of the Hudson'B Bay , 
("mpany extended as far south m : 
Vancouver. Waahlnfton. where their i 
westam dapol, tmt and haad 
quartan wan ■ ■l a bM i h a d , After- 
ward tt vaa nttovad to VIctaiia. 

Tha artaWWhmenta of aevenU 
tarms, grlit mills and aawmUlB by 
• hr oompany marks the beKlnnlnc 
of rlvlllzlny Influen'-e amon? the 
aboriKlnf.H of ih** rmin'r:. Hi - tory 
pays llfl Irlhiiio ;h.-> < oinimnv. 
w'htch, by it.i trealmmi - f t.hc Iri- 
duns. their msTruc'i'm in t^uropean 
methods of tabor, Mitl rulllVailail, 
etc.. paved the way for the lUCOaii 
fill and renuurkalily paaetf ul tava- 
slon of white am at a lalar date 
and for UiB large and tmportant ; 
part anaaM by the Indians In thct 
lalar tadnattttl Ufa of tha ooontry. 
COAL BnoovBun 

Tha dltoovery of eoal at Forti 
Rup«t by tha aOlolals of tha oom- 
pany uita m bAportaat factor in | 




A CANADIAN.mDg PBOWCT 



■iir .-..tbM<]Lieat develoi>m*TU. of the 
ooUiery mdustry wtthui the tcr- 
mofT wbMb aftarwMd hafwm s^tba 
Fnvtnat a( BrtMsb CebinMa. Bay4 
QdoKwr and bis 
Dumnb-, Mar Rao 
mulr, and the founder of the Duaa- 
mulr OUIUOKU. went to Fort Rupwt 
under eontran to the ccmpany as 
coal niiiUiiK expertit tn 1851. Sub- 
sequently itxr- rnmvi'>\i> rcmif^eldn 
At WrlluiKtfiii \MTt I sjJioi'fil Mr 
Ltunjsnmlr and ihr tiistory of coi- 
Jlery pp«T*nori In 'hs 
it« real begUmmc. 

The metto tt c 
to to aOyrn ealaay la im, tba 
suhaaQoaiit nosssAoB ot tba coai' 
pany^ rlgbta and prtrfligaa and 
the sale of tba praparty and aanets 
to the mtamatiaaal naanciai So- 
ciety in IMS. pradtkally temiinaied 

- if'i-i of their power <m !he Pa 
eiflc CoaKt. Bui »ery ritrl> afirr 
the day on whlcb Vanf oim-r r^Utnd 
. . .. .1 Ciown I (.■li->iiy I rid ton 
exmtetl uwlween the company and 
the newly -formed Oovemment. 
Ordin and nfiUatUns isaiaad by 
tba Colonial Stcntaiy tram a 
aouraa MM aaflaa 4 W«jat> ao the 
nooBUMBdalldD of gofwnon ap- 
potaitrt by Bar Majesty. Quaan Vic- 
toria, eoald aearceiy be aeoeptad 

with grace a« they so oftm were In 
conflift when tiie rtgh'-i -.f ^ grow- 
tni{ ( itlMoshlp andasirongly lortl* 
i>d comDMtttMd UMWuHoa van la- 

vulved. 

The flrat aovernor of Vancouver 
I.sland. the first !o tn' hl.« hand on 
the p4 r i (U I M w H ^ Rir. hard 
Blunahard. who arrived in Victoria 
on March 10. ISftO. Oovemor Blan- 
shard came on one of KM. wanhipa 
and this staamad up tba Invar Har- 
bor a« far as tba BDun dot* Ad- 
jaoant to tha cooimarBlal wara- 
house and JanloD ft Rhodae. wAian 
u bmhed This dock wms sttuatad 
at the foot of C o rmorant Street and 
waji the oarUaal laadtng wharf of tta 
sue aloBt tt* WalMftWil «k that 
time 

The Victoria PIre Deportment, a 
volunteer orffanlzatlon. met th*- 
Governor In a body ajirt tendered 
an addrr^ of welcome. It wm the 
larveet oTvanlsatton In Victoria ai 
that Ume, as there wma no civic 
body to do tba hooon od tha ooea- 
sloo. VMorla was not eveo sur- 
veyad unta UU, and ma not la- 
oorporaced aaMl laA 

Per aooie tbaa Oovamor Blao- 
shard bad to naka hia babttatlao 
on tba ship wtateh brought him to 
his raaba. Hie Hudsoot Bay Com- 
pany was not under any obligation 
to BCford him r»ldencc in the 
fort and were dulnrllned Wj prm ldr 
this accommodaUon Th*- r irv 
eraor's term of office was sluiri and 
unhnppy and he left Victoria, re- 
turnlnK m Fnstlantl '<n Soptrmber I, 
1861. 

TUk. (jOLU Ht SH 

Seven years later (I8S8> British 
Columbia— that part now referred 
to a« "The Mainland," w'af; crentpd 
a Crown colony, havlnt* brrn known 
previously a.-) New rujc^ionin The 
dlwovrrv of Eolrt on the bank.s nf 
the FYiLser Rivfr In 1856 and rlip 
nuh of miners and sdvcniuren in 
IIM made nob lagaiUnluiii ua- 
pOTatlve. Tlie v«it am still re- 
maload Indian t enrl tuiy and. al- 
though Oovemor I>oiiglas suooeeded 
Ooremor Blanahard. tba dllBoulty 
of carrying the authority of hb 
Om'emment Into unorganised tar- 
ntor) nill be apparent. He actad 
promptlv however amtimed a 
measurp nf aulhorilv and. as.'dsted 
hy r,t -f:o! Moody »nd .several offl- 
rtaL ,-pni out from Ernilland -sup- 
porfcd also Incalculably by ihe 
'.trung personality of Sir Mat (.hew B 
Begble as Chief JnsUce. who ar- 
rived oo Saptembar 11, iB5g. he 
exaeatod auaiptiiary laws until hU 
legal appotntmaat arrtvad M Oov- 
amor of BrttMb Caltmbla, wban the 
sovereignty of the colony was pro- 
claimed and ihp civil and erlmlttal 
laws of Orear nnrjiin. in so far as 
they could hf ni-trtr apr^Ucable to 
Brliuh Columbia, were decl»red In 

Meanwhile Oivrrtior Doitgln.t wajt 
supported on VAnro^iv^r Island by 
■i council whoAe duty i( was to ad- 
vise tha Oovemor in re-tipect of pub- 
lic worts, regulations for the maln- 
tenaaee of pobUe order and the 
aCMrs of ettlxens genersUy. The 
flrat couneU took ofTlce In IHl aad 
retained office with the exceptkm of 
two members who resigned, until 
1MI3 The council corulstrd of 

Hon James Douirla-s appointed 
Kovemor. Hon. John Todd. re-iRp'-ri, 
Hon James Coapar, raslgnrd . Hon 
Rodertok Ptnlayaon: Hon John 
Work, died to oaioa; Hon. DavM 
nmatr. Ron. DavM Ouakron. Hon. 
Allrad 3. lAaglay. 

Bimni fNT BKmra oolvmbia 

Vietaria, having been asUbUshed 
aa ttw oapMal of Vanentivn- biland 





Powerful and Fast! 

thf: sturdy nkw stx cymndkr ^ 

Federal U. 5 R. 
Highway Freighter 

Outatftndlng FMtavta 



7t RORSKPOWU 
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7-BKAUNO OUNKSHAPT 
FOROS rSKD LUBMCATION 
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WORM DRIVS 
BOOSTER BRAKB 
U-INCH SXNQLK PLATI 
CLIIteR 



CAMERON MOYOR CO 



1128 VaacoiNtr Mmm 



colony It remained, for a time tj\f 
capita! of the newer calr,--:- of On 
tiah Columbia maomuch as the gov- 
ernor of both had hU residence In 
the Island city. ObvUHJSly. how- 
ever, n mi tha mtanciea of tno 
Mainland oolony to asfaWhib a cMil- 
tal of Ita OWD and Rprt Langl^ was 
saleeted at the she, as It was at this 
site th&i. the colony of British Co- 
lumbia wnA brought into being. The 
ceremony of Iniuut'jrullon toolt place 
on November 19. \8SH uip chip; nrf- 
ors In the practical dr.^mn Ik*iiik 
Oovemor Douglas and r!;icf ^ucf^ 
Sir M. B. Begble. The ccremoiLl'^- 
wen oonunenoad by Bla Bioallencv 
adrtrwing Cbttf Jnstlet BagUa and 
deUvertng to blm Bar Majesty's 
coaimleslOD as Judge In the eokmy 
of British Coliunbla. Mr Brirbie 
then took the oath of '^mvc and 
Immedlalelv aftrrwardti, a(ldrt\-.?ilng 
HU RxiTllenry look up Ht-r MaJ- 
f»ly'n conimL-t-Mon appotntir^t Vff. 
Douglas Rovernor "t 'hat colony 

These proceedings were followed 
by the reading of proclamations re- 
voking the privileges of the Hudson's 
Bay Company In the Indian terri- 
tory, todemnlflcatlon of government 
oSUdals for any lllegnt arts per- 
formed prior to Investiture, and a 
third proclaiming English law In 
force In that colony 

SutMequenUy Fort Langley was 
Abandoned as the site of a capital 
on the Mainland, and New Westmin- 
ster substituted. Many lots were 
sold In the Royal City, the under- 
ttandlug twlng that the money paid 
for them should be aM>lled to ihe 
buOdlng of streeti. This under- 
■tandlng vaa Ignored by the govem- 
mant. which applied the money to 
other purposes and the purchasers 
of lots had to dear stnaia. tor the 
lime, at their own expaase. 

ITNION or COLONIKS 
For the purpose of maintaining 
law and order p, new Oovemment 
waa set up at New Westminster. 
The arranf-niT-i wjLs only partially 
SStlSfBctor; Su'h preponderating 
foreign elenieniv^ a* prevailed on the 
Mainland .^e' up an a^Uiation 
threii'-'HiDL' '■C' f s;-inn [vvrj; <Tr'Jiin 
elemcr t u Vnii'Ouvrr Isianfl be 
came disairected. The Mxl logical 
course was the union of the two col- 
onies and. after much strife. putiUc 
corrs^wodenoe. prlvata ra crtmtn a- 
UoQ and all that goes with rivalries 
of this Und. such union wa.o effected 
tnr an Impcfflal Act dated August 0. 
1866 A short time afterward the 
Attom^v-Oeneral of Vancouver Is- 
land introduced a bill (o a.sslmilate 
the laws with tiiose of BriiUh Co- 
lumbia and. for, all pactlcal pur* 
poses the united cotaBM wan under 
one Oovemment 

It,'- i.rfi-.unv^ cound^ pnettokl- 
ly a second chamber attar tilt pat- 
tern of the Rrltlib tMtr House, 
continued In oflles unw January 
31. 1171, when Its last meeting was 
held. The first session of the iml- 
led lrRl:-Ii>f^ir.' held In Victoria 
in iSfiT : . I 'lii.fcf by one year tile 
confedrrutuin ol Catuda In 1667 
One of the last acts ot Ihe Legisla- 
tive Council was tn pass the Act 
of Union by which Brttlsh Columbbi 
wtered ilie Canadian federation. 
THia took place an ^uary 19. 1871. 
Hw tanns of union wei% ntlfled 
and passed by tba Bouse ot Com- 
mons on April 1, IVll and the tint 
Dominion Hm9 arrived In Victoria 
on Jtme la. 1671. The first Do- 
minion Day clebratlon took plsce 
on .Irjlv l ni fhr ^me year 

Natursllv a burning que^tlnn aroi*- 
a,- to Ui" I'x-ntl'in of th" CHpltJii oi 
Ihe united colonies. no«' know us 
Brttlab OehMnMa. Vletorla bad bo- 
gun tba areetlea of the old oov- 
BQlldli«s in ing though 
van not completed for sane 
yaan. It had that much claim to 
esfdaidty in the rare for capital 
honors. Yet the lower Mainland 
was alrejidN nivn h more prnsperous 
than Vanr.'Mw: Ul.iiid tISTli and 
a stroniT *" i" i: 'oUng Bfon be- 
tween the 'WO cities 

In the meantime Oovemar Doug- 
las vatterward Bto- James. IgM) re- 
tM IB IM. Hi waa soe e n did la 
of ▼aaeaovar l»- 
Hon. Arthur Kennedy who 
taak 19 bla datlas In March. iav4 
Ha In turn was succeeded by Fred- 
eric H^ymmir. who had been Gov* 
emor of Honduras Oovemor Bev- 
mrnit had mfluenc*- pnniii;ii rn .-i. it 
the meetings of ihe l#gL^lailvc M 
•easbly to be held In New Wesimin- 
sMr until IMn. and naturally an his 
■igai^Ui was exsrtad to retala the ' 
eakial at (hat plaea. 

Tide was durint iJv>«e v^ars be- 
eanee of the Enid -Ur a m'irh mtnr 
hnnT plac/- 'li«n r\'ii^ nf r.'-* ( u 
■ ;ltr.^ aTiri * .tninj: fa'"'T'in nf »■ 
Mr R F" I i(*vn»') -nil' "luir'i^iri. 

Phone 4^3.1 liAhmrni of the apitjii at Vale Old- 
t imers who rwall those sUfltBg days 
atnrm thai what really dattdad far 

^^h^bI VtaMna u ibB laaMM OC OM ' 



'-nrricH ■ '■' i < p ■ 

The itiTTuniy ui V IrUjriA a; uic 
capital city seems to have continued 
for many yean. More or less facU- 
OOB agltatloD for m raraoml to tbe 
M^ttii«iwi oontlniKd for a long Ume. 
Kamloops being mentioned latterly 
as the logical site. One argument 
uaed was that alien warships could 
invade Puget Sound and binw the 
Oovemment Buildings losmlther- 
i-j-ns in anv Coast clty.wMIl HO Of- 
icr'i^c rfststance. 

1X>NG AGITATION 
ni'. ir^h fif'ct'rinn to plant the capl- 

'ill a' Vn-ti>r'..t u-a.^ r*v lied in 1880. 
iincl 'Mr 'rftii.sfpr of <j"%^rnmcnt of- 
fice.'- r.fflrul.'- and plant friMii New 
Wruuuiiisi'T uxik place in that year, 
ihp f\nal settlement of the queotton 
wafi effected In 1891 la that year 
the lata Theodore Oavla, then At- 
tomey-Oonefbl. Danred a resoluUon 
In the House mwimlttlng the Uigls- 
Uiive AMombly to the erection ol 
new and commodious Par Uamenl 
Buildings tn this city He argued on 
the sultabilily of Victoria for such a 
Rite, Ihe urgent ne<;esMty for com- 
modious and creditable Parliament 
Houses. HlG last and most weighty 
argument, however, appeared to be 
that by such aoUon the Oovonment 
■'would aaf^MT tbe capital at Vic- 
toria.** 

Tbe legbOatun seemed to accept 
his news, and the magoCnoeiit par- 
iiaraeataxy pile la the raeult. 

As iooB aa U was deeldad In isn 
to mak* Victoria the capital the 
work of traaiferring tbe Mainland 
Oovemment ''tflces to Victoria com- 
menced All the Mainland Govern- 
ment ofT\ci;it. wrr"- bro'.iL^hl nwr and 
continued m nmcc, bPiiiR .-.ub'.ntul^J 
for ihn,se in the employ ol thr local 
Government. Manv of tiic latter 
went back to England, some settled 
on fama and otbm eagagad In lo- 
dustrtal enterprisea. 

The names of the ofielala trans- 
ferred from New Westminster an of 
those Who rank high la the early 
hlst^^^ of adaUhlstratton. Tlie de- 
.sc^ndpnt.-^ of many of them are hon- 
ored iiiKl [fucces^ful citizens of Vic- 
toria and the Burroundinn rountry. 
Among thobe transferred wrrp 

Charles Good. Deputy Provincial 
BerrrtAr\*; Joseph W Tniuh, after- 
ward iKucn-.p>r, Chief Comnus-sloner 
ol Lands and Works: J. Judson 
Young, Provinolal Tnaaurar; Robert 
Kerr, MidlUir; W. C. Berkeley, as- 
sistant auditor: C. K. Pooley. Regis- 
trar Supreme Court; O. T. Preveet. 
Clerk of the Court: J- IV Hovse. En- 
gineer of Public Works Department ; 
R B Alkman. Chief of lAnds De- 
partment. Robert Jessie. Treasury 
Department; J. B, lAunders. aaslat- 
an' in Land.i Department; R Wolf- 
enden. King's Printer; RoberiBuUer. 
prtntar; Oaoige WUlams, printer; 
Daniel Daaoey. caretaker: WUUam 
Baynas, empliqwe. 

Many of tbne took up temporary 
residence la tbe Oovemment buDd- 
ings, as not an the apace vras re- 
quired for administrative purptwes. 

Hnw the bu.-stnesfi of Omemmrnt 
and administration waA earned on 
In tboae humble dayr Tortn i 3 cott- 
trast with t-he method.^ and volume 
of work today, which Atilntfy may 
torn tha tiCBt of further deeeriptlon. 
Oovauw Beymoin' died oo board tba 
man-«*-war Sparrowhawk irtkUB 
mttkmir n tmir of inspection and 
hoiKiKv -1]) the Coast. Bb tMldy Uaa 
interred at tt^ulraatt tai the naval 
cemataiy. 



■'W.'U ■ sii.l thf st-ai,.5ljraii, 'Icav- ■'Wierp do the rracl.ion.'v ride?" 
me out the Ira-'tlonf, ev^rv plahth acked fhe facet.ln i- . n^ 
person in the United SUtes rules in i "In the ambulance." t>ald the 
hi* owB awtomdbUa." oyalo. 




Convincing Dad 

r 

You m;iy h.wc a hard rime con* 
viacmg the older iolks what won- 
dof arc worked by Want Ad»— 
the ultitt^nodeni sales medianu 
But just adverdie tbe old home* 
stt'ui. I )ad will lay down his boolc 
in a hurry when he sees the number 
of inquiTieB that come in . . . and 
the ofiers-— oltdmes higl^ dtta 
his highest h<^>ea. 

A wda-wocdcd Want %d is the 

a 

most effiSanV^ inosT economidkr 

and quickest way to buy or sell 



JT Daily Colonist TU 
^ Want Ads P 

IL laoMB u Jl 



The Exr.'lii^ 

Tbe polllidaaa will be busy during ihr - sowing the politkai field' 
with pro m is es sou i."-^>>cie8. 



In a Offtatal LondOIT elub ik an smokrroom one day he Bnnoi.nred 
insufTembly plutocratic pe«aon whose audibly that he had Just purcha*ed 
parnd. '■'f wealth does Utda to on- a a«v aalMB. 
hancr uif popularity- Hia iOhwr mower psasant looked 

Diopping into a chair in the owr tl» top of bis eyailaM and 
* inqulmd. Icily: -Deer or ptMV 



IHLMNJMim 
LKHtTHKAM 



-& Jbba poHlar' 

"Tba.. Imlgart Why, every thae 
be aaaioa a girt In Ma oar ba lakaa 
off hiB radtitor cap." 

' How'n thi!i'' aikpd n.< imii- r, 
"You've named two garage mpn. 
one tire dealer and tbrao gaaoUoe 
deaieri in your will to be paOboar- 
cm. WouMat yoa vatbir ataaase 
some of ]M fftanda vtib Vbom 
vmi arc on better terasaf*' 

"No. Judge, thafs an rtghc. 
Thnw feuowa bata oarttat bm ao 
long that Ifaggr aa watt IbMdk 

the Job." 




fhe key la 



* iiomnhllen 1r ; ■) c ^ r. 

ai the cIom- of iffas -did 'he 
.tatiMican "ntimb«red lt,357 37S or 
an Increase of 1 831.716 in a y*»i ' 

That the man vbo la quick 

at figures, is ■ ear for every a.7 




This new 

distinguished in 
commanding by 

You ar^ con«ri'^ti'" of ».omethinE difFrrrnf , w^mf- 
thing exceptiotui the monief\c you look at the 
De Soto Six msdSUr. In every detail, it 
ffwh d>R mnmr hand of OtrysMlf* 



ROADSTER 

ANY GATHERING 
ANY COMPARISON 

rn if* powerful fcnir-whrrl livdratilic hrakf^, 
whith are tound (»n n<» other iix of it.t pntc 

The Dc Soco roadacer with ita slantinK. onr- 
paacl windihield flanked by daahing wing 
pandai widk iSi Imkms ■eadnc, wid* and 

deep and restful; with its brlllUnt color com- 
bination* hrre is » motorcar that seeks 
comparifton tn appearance aiid behavior widi 

atty Oft smmIu 

IV m w ed by the famous De Soto engine, it is A dcmoAMralloa mfH prow why the IV ftoa» 
iut ift faS«wAy» tapid and remarkably HBOOlh Six roadstwr has broken all records for a 
in aLLilM>it>i» aswMfia#r 9^ ^ Wiponw retdiisf' In isi inl yaar. Com and dciva l$» 



When yon takt dia whaat yon find eonfitma- 

lion of all that its appearance promi^rft. Dartint; 
through cirv traffir nr taking fhr hills of the 
highways with a thrilling flow ot power, it ex- 
hibtoi a MUtanec of p ar faw nan ca all In 



De Soto Six 



^ CHRTSLBE MOTOltS FEODUCT 



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MOTOR HOUSE 



TICTTORIA, LDflTED 



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THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA, B.C SUNDAY, JUNB 30,1929 



THAT CERTAIN PARTY 



By Jack Wilhem 









POLLY AND HSR PALS 



Tlie Mountain Clunber^ 



By Clifi Sterrett 





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EMBARRASSING MOMENTS 



JASE. ARD£;N 



By Monte Barrett and Frank l^llis 



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•118 <rf hu doortvli On looklns out 
of hii wtndow h* tmm m jMuni aia 
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COLONIST DAILY COMIC FEATURE 




THE UAiLV CULOMST. \ iCTOKIA. B.C ^LM>AV. Jl XI- .'A 



Advance Styles Show Trend for Summer 



Summer Silk Costumes in Solid Colors Necklines Are Important 




I N the riMlm fA print* ihr crppc 
I dr Chines and IikIiL't wclglu 
*,l\k^ hold away. Pint rrrp*- rricn^ 
niih^r L'onsplcuouiilsr in the rajiRr of 
folld colors and U a favonic with 
drossmakcrs dMlgrUng scml-tAllored 
soAtumea lultable for town wear. 

DataUi Bucb u taunateOoiu. 
Munliif* uid pliiinff an vcnr etfae- 
Ufe to ft nuit«rtal having m tu- 
feurt pteulUr to Oat ertpa. Zt Im 
eipselaUy nn&rt ttali Summer tn 
drMiia rKTiiiinR kmc deeves. And 
In 'h*- i.i-' 'iined colors it larks 
ih- t'tght. warmth and 

M ii'ibrf i;''.*s pr'-srnt In thr dark 

H-MKr Iff Ihr COlOT UMd ih thf Jlat 
' i>r ' wr.-plwie model at the left. 
iiicfl> designed with a ilim bkiuee 
and deeply pleated aUrt. Panel 
effeeCe on tbt front. baiA and lucw 
of the Uouee are buttcn trlmOMid. 
Colorful paoelA border the mU- 
feooed Mprf and Mripee tn tbt lamv 
iOmimSm Um iiaeT« 



The Two-Purpose 
Costume 



For the woman with an eyp to- 
ward Impeccably QtUog chnulders. 

fllrrvM and hlpllne. tht mcKlfl nt 

thr nirht h&K an appru. rius 
frock in Oat crepe to dlsuiM{uii<iud 
tfj rowe of etreular eeamlng whleh 
end In Uee at the nedc and bipUne. 
A atlfht flan to the eUrt carries 
qpt the sugieatloo of prtneeei ril- 
houettr Thr matrhtnR coat to this 
cruemblr is a simiil'- straight typo, 
unllncd rtod ftniahcd at the lapel 
with a kardvrua. Fnxhlon rontlniMS 
lo ilinkj ''1 thr -Straight line coat 
for day wrar. which \& much OMire 
in keeping irith seml-taUorcd gar- 
menLs than tha flartDK ^TPI* of 
dreeeier mien. 

samnMT belnr upon m. fgdr- 
gette frocta are antrtav tn Che 
shope and ai« iponiond as smart 
for Suniiner. Um of tbeee have 
their malflUM ooale, but uniaUy 
la this onrw drMi li irtthout 
tfearee- 



The Bertha eoUar u eepeclaUy well 
Ufced bgr yomg wanen. and It li at- 
traetlvt wboi of trregular tfuoo 
and li In form eninwthhit of a oom- 
promlw bvtwMD eoUar and icart or 
Jabots The eoUar li the matai point 
of tntereit In the georgette frock 
ataovn In the centre, It being in a 
Ugtoter tone «Dd lU drape held by 
a cmaU elnatar of trutt or bnOi hi 
color. * 

Pleating at the edge of the blouse 
gives a deetded air of the pephim. 
The wry. very alight yet decreed 
addition to the daytime skirt ifingtii 
is visible In these thre« modrl^. iho 
hams reaching to a point briom' thr 
feAae. And. too. alihoueh thr hip- 
Une Is hdd taut m each of ibeM 
dn-snn, tte vaUtUno Is tadlsaisd 

(irarly. 

Thr sLilI [n^o^<>d neClrHnas an Uv 
round and thr pointed types. 




Tms Is not by way nf ^taUng that 
the idaln neekliti'- trraird to a 
diminutive bias binding is r!at«d for 
the black iiat of fo.,lH >i^. i(..t there 
are many iiniiju- mcriKKls used 
by rMuiuMT'- fnr dlMTMfymg the 
nerk and crettilng a frame for the 
face that the plain neck U so unal 
as to become almost unnoticed and 
unnoted. 

NackUnsB therefore dale the (rocH. 
U one vottld keep abreast ol th* 
times with last year's model, there 
are any nunAgr erf tb&ws obb caa 
do. The nne oT IM l aai ranrw is 
to buy a scarf. Not just aoy old 
scarf that strikes the fuey. but one 
c! "h^ ticwrr deeucna. 

Vl'jnneT rr.akrn Lhe one ibown at 
the upprr irfi in yeUow crepe In- 
crustlnR It in curvlQV moUfs of black 
crepe. Picture this as a colorful 
nat« on a black Crook or ooe of 
whUe. 

WbsB the eeaif don sot appeal, 
tbaro are Innainerable eoUan 'and 
trtOUts. Or even Uttte neck bows 
o( fmandla with outCa to match. 

After all. It la theee acccsscu^ 
that now take the eye rather than 



Warm Weather Frocks Are Sheer 



Summer Formal Fashions 




Straw Molded 
Like Fabric 

THIS surrly is an age of ?upple- 
neas In clothes and thr satur 
quality t-t apparent in fabrics us^ 
for hftt.s More Important than its 
dlsUnrtlv beauty L« the fact that 
Pari-i nirnir a favored millinery 
medium ol aie seaaoo. U supple and 
can be handled, bent twisted and 
molded as though It were a soft 
fabric. 

Added to Its other attributes U 
the oolor oharm poeslble In this hat 
medium, being dyed in marvelous 
shades quite as tftttitfve In range 
ax the many tones to be found In 
felta of all colors. 



S 



-0 




GBUKKn BUSTS 
Bbort-Rleeved ewaMon of sheer 
open mesh eotton have the V neck 
or are made In the polo style with 
collars. They are Imports and are 
conAidered ihr ^mart Ihlng In Sum- 
mer .^porUi '.wf^airrs Other nodels 
are in sheer Jersey ncu 



the Unes of the drr^ u>eif. e^wcial- 
ly to the majontv r-prrtators of 
ones alllre who av tH'.her un- 
studied In the ar' 'it '.mf 

One plain shoulder and ihr otne." 
draped Into a soarf fwhteh Is an ex- 
tension of th« blouse fmti and 
tied eiqiertly In bacdt to a Vlonnet 
eoatrlbutlon In the jrBalra of neck- 
lines. Hers has the famous Vlonnvt 
slant as well since this ooiiturler has 
a decided fancy for the Irregular 
line It t-s flattering to say the lea^t. 

The I liplinc I akcs 
on I ightncss 

O ^ucc^ssful haA the modihrd 
hipllne pr--'V.'d in aiding and 
abetting the serkers after slender- 
now and sylphJlkr imrr. that tt Is 
emphasized by prartually every 
couturier 

Not only the taut hip but the flat 
hip la one of the words fnm the 
centre of fashions. August Aberaard 
uses (be flat hip with aUorlng re- 
sults, frequently gaining this desttvd 
effect by means of shirring. 

Shtrrtng Is a oreasmaker detail 
thai rrfreshlngly new In 11* re- 
viviil ihi:i eeasoD- Premet mouldi 
the hlpltne with shlnlnga held in 
place by m ig tH iri W Okmpt of self 
fabric 

I Narrow hips with Io»-plMsa flarei 
imark Imports as dittoietly from 
Chanel and Patou. the latter em- 
I ploylnff shlrrlngs to hold the fulness 
;of an evening dresA very flat. In 
iday wear he atqulres a flat hip 
'effect by sUtched pleats. 




A' 



LL evidenoea heretofore to the 

con I rary . sh eer materials are 
due to rearh the hclghu-i of popular- 
ity f nr T hr warm nirrn' h.^ ^>ooD to 
drwi'-'d -ip-Ti l: . Ai:-i 'hr flat 
crepes and lieavirr wravca, no mat- 
ter bow hanrteomo they are, cer- 
tainly wm hanc obMurely in the 
wardrobe. whOe the smart pdnls 
and Aheer plain f^irlcs tn meks 
will frisk In the open 

Everything that can be made 
iraxhable In con-udrratlon of the 
practical element in Summrr dreiw 
has this guarantee And for once 
In the circle of r>ea.5on.<v prints are 
pteeented with this very nice qual- 
ity. 

The supremaey which m^iterlaU of 
synthetic or arttfldal sUks hold over 
real sUks lies In this same tobbable 
cbaraetarlstlo. Ootao, to basin 



with, arc aniiuinply In-sh and :.ear. 
and no tiii*'a'T im* i>rt<[i a K"ff'i'^ni 
of thii kind I.-- >vi\\ I- 1 :hr lu uulry 
the colors remain m th<-it pristine 
clarity. 

Printed voUas are looked upon as 
serious coropettton wttb cbUIans tm 
Bummer, e^iecially In dayttme 
frodm of taUorad mlan and more 
stomer atufl. Tliase are girlishly 
simple and can easily be made nt 
home provided a foolproof patu-rn 
l,^ u.ied, ALw Uiere are many clever 
voile niodel> m thr shopa 

Small designs in voiles make by 
far the prettier frocks of seml> 
taflorad ehaiaetor. as wItoissB the 
Iprlfiad pattern Ulostratod. where- 
on are wtuu flowers on a dark 
baclvrotmd. The blouse is ultra- 
simple, trimmed merely wl'h the m 

evltable bow at the pointed neck- 



line and the skirt oon*iJ>i,s of hut 
[*o circularly cut tier-, joined to 
llie bodice by a n.irr.-A i>.H. sjtUch 
lies in a soft bow at ihc hip. A tiny 
bindlitf flntohaa all edges of Uon. 
neckline and sleevea 

Bending to the couture fancy for 
beige and tarown. the designer of the 
second sununerUme frock Ulustra- 
t«>d employed belge-tonad trlroi of 
fynthetlc thread, piping it »iih 
brown .latin. u.slng the jwinir I'-r ui* 
buttons uhlch trim the &luri bo.wni 
front This typr with high neckJine 
Is beginning to and a place in the 
mode. lnfre«ttontly noted as yet. but 
possessing quite lome fashion slg- 
nlfleaooe The model pictured also 
bears dose reeembUnce to the coat 
dress ocQsklered a tgrpe that will be 
prrvalent la Aotoflm dnvtlBO ota- 
tumea^ 



Lace on the Blouse 



Jacket SuiLb for Summer 



1ACE with a mrllowed cast Is 
very handt/Hnr trimming soft 
slMvele.sA blouMVi uf rhifTon Tt In 
applied about thr nerk. frequently 
finishing the pleated fntly jaboi 
and banding tta* anug hipiine 
When lace ig not used self ruffles of 
pieattas or boiPb stn ttw dotfnd 
feminta* 



Fashions Designed for the Hours of Rest *r 



lACKST costumes of ohlffen an 
J aoMOg the most reasonable of 
faiHi^ designed for the modem 
woman's needs. Itia Summer oos- 
tume that will serve a double pur- 
poee for late afternoon nhcmlas tn 
town to fi>;ii>wrd by otanar Is 
one lo br rt;ti>r'*'-u('*d It makes a 
•inDpr-.c-i •i'::^''!; -hi- plu.nlv tai- 
lored juu ir.f t'xLicHuly drt,f-y type. 

Yet wbsa the oeat li rsmovad the 
dress nay tabid lis own with those 
of mar* f omal out and flss i g n 

aoUd cote CbtffoD IB used for the 
sleeve l e M bloUM portion of thr^ ' nr. 
piece dm, the skirt of wh>. t> '>t 
the cbttfoo In a leef pnnr n>r mp- 
tine is swathed and th<^ < ollar cut It. 
a semblance of the rmw *hirh fall* 
lolo a tabot 

To duggesL a chifTon print dr**s 
for street wear the Jacket, rather 
than falling free, u beld m close lo 
the bipe whm tt IMa In a self bow. 
me blouse MUar nay b* worn ont- 
oide a* AhowK or oadomaath the 
j;u-krt III whMi out the neckline is 
flat and plslh. only the Jabot fnn 
sottviing the lines 

' Thia verv atractlve model Is me 
among many othm Umm Ul the 
Khopa for under t30. 



HARBINOER6 of Summrr rot. 
tume are the rxqiilsitr fomini 
gowns worn by fashlonablcw from 
Paris I/Dndon and America at smart, 
events on thr Continent. 

l-he high llghU ot nlgbt lights 
indubitably an WMM mtln aotf 
Uaek lace with brtUtoiit eotara ap- 
pcarhig oil the more dashing for 
the prevalence of white and black 
Not u5od (ovrther. but singly and 
tndlviduallv 

Thr fiiwn of whit^ .latln In ItR re^l 
drapes i.'^ a vert'a.ble rlafwn a t,hing 
all glistening fabric and xlnuous 
Una, and It saena as austere as a 
lUy. Dcalgnad espootolly tor white 
sattn Is the prtnceas line, for here 
11 reigm supreme, frequently sfctr- 
nngs defining 'hr «TU.'tlinr nnd s 
panel Iraln riinini; o yu-<r\t 

Black lace In lU varu.'i'. ruimi- 
feJiLation* approachea [K'r\l(>u*iy 
close to the point of being a uni- 
form, so many gowns oC this soparb 
medium being cut tti a staOar man- 
nsr-4be round naek outlhud tn 
biaek by two or three laehsa of 
tran sp arency and the skirt dcsoend- 
ing Into three drapes divided be- 
twern thr centre tmrk and sides 

Tn rhr^ two di'-Mno' types may 
be .«een tiie color emphasis of gala 
evenings, btack someitmes leadlas tn 
numben with white satm vary nam 
behhA 

Pink of a pale peaohy east to 
strfttng whether In saUn or la fattlO. 



find iisiv green 
rla.-.=itr irencl 

Amoiiic plain rhif f '■ti Jr-H'kA red 
.•rtand-*^ rwM. wiih dinunc*ioii. light 
grrrn.s arc numerous and there are 
stunning inBUncee where rojral and 
navy blues are employed. 

Black chiffon is emphatteaUj 
smart. tiM type wltii lace trimming 
attaining Its usual succcea Qeor- 
gette gowns are lacking in the shn- 
plldty of cMffons, yMdhig rather 
to the allure of beads and embroid- 
eries 

Printed chiffon;* must be very 
lovely in design and worn by per- 
form of obvtmi.'* rhtr to stand up be- 
side the magnificence of fatirtra in 
solid roloni, Just at presmt secroing 
t/> be tjie favored thing. Rowovor. 
large pink ftowtrs ar« noted on 
black or white baeksraunda pT.ciilf- 
foa. 

aiaek tafteta dsslsBsd bi a new 

and sophisticated manner Is quite 
wonderfully smart, one such frock 
cut intricately about the bodice aad 
the sktrt having flarra of btack tulle 
With thia was worn s handsome self 
fabric coat with luxurious collar and 
deep cuffs of white foi. thus fctm- 
ing a gorgeous evening enaembto. 

Iiiti"rr1 Bllppon arc few la 
ttunbar and do not ham the chle 
atto t woarlB thoogterftho gwwn 
or tn brtDMtot dttdb m oBUfgD lbs 
black frocks 



ilaS tai mf. 

oral gocd-loofcttv' oiyiso with two 
matching silk btoUMa, one shisHisss 
and havlf« ttia taw back, the ottHr 
with sleeves and of dnav dssfepL 
The three pMaeo thus nMlto « iporu 
frock aad an aftemooa 



TltAVF.I. BAOS 



Ml manner of scarfs aad ttss ara 
la oouture eoUeottatia. taigs; 
out la one with bodices, and 
BOparato. Ufwy are tor the most part 
long and tnwuiiUBt ad OB karehiet 
llnca 

After a long period In which ths 
two and ihrer-<-nl.ir sr«.-f mgned, 

that of a tongle eelor stands out now 




toSACn HATR 



Commodlo>n handbags Of calf 
with Bafetv f o.^rrung'^ sre shown lor 
travri piirpo^* 'V-^r-r 1:1 have In- Very large bearh hats In rough 
nrr pasFpnc r-"" i -everal straw are shown \n »Ii 'he ahops 

mmpartirtents whruir: ,1, the en- .Cotton goto hat* »rr nllrr*^ a." an- 
relnp*' nr pouch Shape With APMUs Other popular Ivpe ai^d vmall felt 
strap tiaodlca J bereu are shown tor sports. 



IT Is a poor faxhlon that doesat 
work both »;.•.'■:' If loungins 
altoH. m other attrd.*. «err In this 
M OdOl B age all of a kuid u would 
mean that thoae with the pajama 
passion might no' be able u> relax 
in drapv tiegllneed and vk-e vrrta. 
prfjlracled brows would rnsue were 
the r>egllgee lady oonstrained to 
to caat aaJ 
80 fsihlM 



WMh a sympathy for ttae lady wlie 

lovrs the negligee sUn and win for- 
ever, we Illustrate a lusdoas model 
ikftrhed from the original by ChrtB- 
tiane nf Pnnr- It has many coun- 
terparts In American shopa MereW 
It LS a fluff of rhi/fofi rut quite In 

(he manner of a gown as io bodice 



taut with lU skirt frothy with lovriv 
laee aad Its sleeves wldeood to rx 

treme* of blUowing draper If 
that were not ("ufBci*-!!! ^nibrlli'J'i 
ment a ^Tlt*ble garden -if flowr^ 
are embrotdrrrd along thr .-.Mru- 

NesllKees proper arr no' Mi wid* 
of the mark when It come 10 
hoatees gowns, fashioned of fine 
Mlk crepe in pasttf ttnta. A stun- 
Blna ■sdsl sorely of oowtore origin 
toSMWV la tlto Hups, ssif tabrlg 




the skirt flarlttg and i ilsiidai tnio 
s train Oardenlae adorn one dboal- 

der and hold the inirpltre elotfng 

A cj#ver and vou'hfm nr(r;«'»* 
iihowTi IB an upbvwn »hop In T 
realitv k iJifTeta eeat ru- with 'h- 
ctrcular flare as to sktrt end sieeva. 



lied at the side In a bow and ptooied 
SI an ■'*g— — * TSfc*«-siy piosful 
»or mrnrmal bourn 

Wl»en pajamas go feminine they 
adopt u a rter(»fat|vr nole Tti^ 

lary mndrl froni Ids n very attrar- 
uve albeit the lady who wears It 
•e*TO« U) be very wistful about same- 
thing Hot* how elavwrtr the ttce 
to appSad m tba pelDtdd ttM aad 
bow SDttIp tte toWMWB ara ^nd 
talo a nagnpw bandhig at the aaklm. 

im «B dbe towa la the Umm 
world to do vtih the pajgaa wMr.h 
seomji -vwrrth nr bot seir appttqur 

T^ > 'pfi^rT -y nr * hlghlv SaSaoSS- 

'li ■'--tn-wr - - r .tpx-.gr. used on 

i^ro' * -r^u-rT r^.r ■hOWTi addlOg 

-( ^1 ' ■ f r »»»*»r»non to 'he 
{rtiwrwu« weieiji p>am roodei 



I*HF latest editions of t.lie Sum- 
mer tailored suit f*how tiiat 
a great deni of prominence Is ac- 
mrdril 1 tir ■ i.rk-ln bimwe With 
coutunen corK-entratlng on raising 
the walstllae to normal posltlcn cr 
'.hereabouta it la but a aatanl pfiH 
'-edure to tuck the Uoase la and 
■vsar the ridrt wNh a belt 
It Lk at any rat^ one of the moet 
.gniflrani points In suit fashions 
and llkr rr.an v phSMS of the 
moftr 1 t>«'>r I'M- i!,r flfm af vMio 
perf err ftro^urr t jon 

Charming "S'lmni'iUnte fiiilu «! 
plain and pniiieii i-tytnn« are ax 
' lererly tailored a* those of »*lti or 
•■■■^1 A loTie pmod of lime ha' 

rlatOH."! 'A!.: '■ 'ne Hklrt aiir! 1.11 It*-' 

of cot loci had the tjlghleet reragni 

tidb. aven la the dafa when It «aa 
fas^aaMe It ferawd apart of On 

UteTTosn wa« llH*'wb tebrto 
deemed smarteet for aH am w m woor. 
Tilings have changed Ootgaa *a> 

eei^-e^ no >niit>btng ulnr*- moderr. 
I sports wear muf i- aiir 'lelni *- 
I types 1*1 dlfTer»inf l»t^ >t fmr.- rfi y- 

appere! 

antlonii rome In faartn&r^ns '1' 
«igTi<i fftjnr* rlear arwf h 
I uniqne patccrn a the ptne cone 



' nrlnt used for the unit ikevhw) 
1' being quite small ■ •■i/.e and. 
although rst>ier *h»r;ii . flrnned 
does no* Kiicfir*' 'Mr \:v■.l^ ganah 
Note tiir KUnplicity alucii thu fult 
affects, the jacket parfeetly plala 
With tnro MMll patch pnglrali. the 
Mi itol, jrt lh a y ate _ 
osnflt pliBlg wldea towaiV tba 
hne Tn fact, this very aklrt might 
have been Laken rr<«n th« pagOs 
ot fatfilon magarir.*^ >: tjir [ure- 

war period. Th<- 1* kW-w- 

less and of handkerchief Unm. 
'oftrrini la flUMng br a ttpMat 

jalM>t 

nir Jaikr' U'Jfk lO efJeCl Is VfTV 
•'HDlliir '-i ihr Ihrr»'-piere SUIL It 
|.; .iri"M,^r of t.ii(«e lanhlons 
Uiat arr not wrukt Lhey seem This 

to aa msllini idea f «r the 
iMtfglr itoDdm 
«trt 




la a pgpalar ton* of 
hadss Is uatd far 
'hr -vnr' and laskot. while the 
M'vfv .--^lon Is of a eontraatlag 

-hnrtr -■ ■n'l hlonne ^re KUniirt. 
' -.Tj-r-^o- ■-, 'rr-T n on*" plnre dl 

rnnged edges are the tai^ 
'^ins Oto MB MSA IMf 
Ha. 




8 



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Ni' ^^ . JUNK .V), 1929 




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36. Conjunction. 

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31. Moldbiff. 

32 Etodun. 

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K 2 !9 B X P. R B 1; 20 R K 1 

vnimiri(t If at 18 PxQ; 19. 

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could play 18 . Q K3 !; 19. BxQ, 

PxQ with a ptooe up. 
IB. BxB 18. QXB • 

18. K B 4 W. Q B 8 

80. QRRl aD.KBl 
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tiM diatram at the head of the 
wlumn 

Our next 1« a telghi game from 
Um rm/lfti Hattoml Champlonatilp. 
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Th? I/>ndon 



ion champion*. .^-4: P. J Marshall 
iVn\tp<i States champion' 4S-4'»; 
A. Kevluc i-b, H. Steiner. 3'«-0^: 
R. CtDtran. a-7; B. R. Bfgaloir. H- 
8H. The toumaintm dlreetar. Or. 
Lederer, cabled the eondidences of 
the playere to Retl'i mother In 
Oiechoelovakla. The deceased 
master was a faforlte wltb tourna- 
ment dlrectnrfi for the richness of 
combination and pover (tf strateglcat 
eonceptiiin embodied In hw lumin- 
ous si_vlf A .spinfual opfninii.'" l."v 
Dr. La.ik,rr s comment on the Rett 
openintc. an InsptraUim of a Oateir 
Moeee leading his follomn out of a 
wOdemeas of the etaraotyped the 
oommootilaoe. 

Dr Alfc-hln. who Mlled for 
Prance on the Aqultanla June 19. 
expreowd regret at hie departure in 
view of the splendid hoepltallty and 
the many conrtAlas he had received 
In the Unltftd BUtes and aUo in 
Mexico. His MBit lasted three 
months. Rts flfures showed he 
played 818 gam^s of which he woo 

ftl5. lost 47 and drew S4 Ur will 
vt«lt Bogoljilbow .ti ri"ilj*TR u> ron- 
chirtp nMioUntl ia- for their cliam- 

r ir>n'!i!p iTiuM h i:i Hepl ember . hul 
'i] '. -irni *. j;^ii.sl will P)>''n.t at tMs 
htinie ill Part* Alechln says that 

Bofoljqbov wlU play at Oaflebad. 
the meet lasUnt an Aupist. 

Intercollegiate Champlontfilp— F. 
Reinfeld. New York nnJvoreity. Is 
eure of a Ue for Ont, having won 
8-1: A. 8. Kaaaman. 1808 champion, 
eftaada at 3-1, with 3 gamee fcc 
play. Other loorei are: T. B. Beyer. 
Columbia, 44-lH: N. Oraeman. 
City OoOaga. SH-SH; U. neb. Mew 



York University (-4 Eight com- 
peted. 

New York High School's Cham- 
ptntiehtp— DonaM McMbtrray and 
Analole DmltrltfT tied for tint 
place with 13-3. Pnirteen players 
competed. They will play off the 
tie In a sertee ut tbna gamea, 

The value of chess in tnlnlng 
certain faculties of the mind, such 
as the imagination, psroepCton. 
Judgrment and constructive thought 
is now fully recognlxed by edu- 
catoTR In many land.s TTiev thlril( 
ffiat the intr!lr-:'trii»l half;>' ■■■■^t 
rhe-u; board bfUer tqiiHw* Mn- t^i v 
or eirl U> fight Ihe battle of life 

CaUfomta A twenty boarr! 
match betweei; San Fi-anrtsco, with 
Stat« champiot; A J. Fink at utp 
board, and Oakland, led by a former 
State rhamplon, E W, onier, re- 
sulted In a win for the former by 
10^ to B's. Pink and Orurr drew 
Dr. Loregnm aeored a rapid win 
rrom Jf. DnilUaM. a atrong player, 
but he tried a novelty on the cM 
champion, who rose to his full 
.stature. Oakland felt the absence of 
Prof'^ssors Branch and Ryder 

U>s AnRele.s — Our thanks arc due 
I lie '.rnder of several ropip.s of the 
t;hej>.s Column of The Los Angeles 
Time*, edited by Clif .Sherwood, 
containlnfc problems by Sam Lloyd, 
Alain C White: Rames by Alechln, 
Capablanca and H«u, a letter from 
the ehampkm and local, national 
and world eheee news, aU ably 
edited A radio match between Loe 
Angeles and Washington. T>X)^ Is 
planned for July U. Later on more 
distant potnta wUI be ehaltai«ad. 



The Veterans' Column 



By A VETERAN. 



rnESS Nf WS AND NOTKS 
F:ni;l»nd An inleresling .^mall 
raiirnamen' at the Oanihlt CUfj- 
Hirurty I»fu1-in iniinaK'^ \i\ Mi-j. 
Prjre, the Iftdj chamiuon »ho in- 
\\[r<\ the Intfiaa. ftfUmpirin SiiltAn 
Khan. A. O. Oondc > Mexico >. W 
Winter and F. D. Tatea (Brttuh 
champion). The Ont two have won 
1 each and the LonAooera have won 
1 each. 

Oxford Unlvanlty— cham- 
ptowhlp has been WOB by R. W. 
Bonham -^f rTatherbWB) with R 
H NrT»'-,p- Worocatert second 

The chanipn [i-.iiip of Onfordshlre 
fell to (1 Ahr.itMtt,-. .Wadhami 

London thf'v"! l^asue -The final 
scona are Batterses. ll polntjt nut 
of 13: Hampitend and Lud-Eagle. 
each, fts w-' - i- ndon. 8; Brixton 
and Metropolitan, each. 7Ht North 

L^don. 8; Leyton. 8H: Lewtaham. 
4'^; Alhenaetm and Rtghlmry, 
each, SH. 

Ramsgate Oengreas— The cordial 
invita.tinn of the Mayor of Ramsgate 
.to the British Chen VMeratloa lo 

Ik-- the wnith ronat resort the 
-.-T I ,>r the unrniPil Coiwrress waa 
thiin ^rintme The har* 
inf*n!'»<i:- htcnd >)f ursnd cUfl seenery, 
hiwv harlii-tr hfr Jhe piinorama of 
I '1 th.- vf^tfulneea of 

-tiAd\ 2ardrn,s and ail tlK> pleaauras 
of seaside hoUdaya aeoured the fol- 
lowing events: BrtUeh champton- 
Mp. also the British ladles* cham- 
pionship. Major open, boys' and 
Riri<^' lightalBg toonianianta* aatf a 
iiMns ciM8 spstitula, teglmtnig 
July » 

Ireland TTie Arm-'tronB Cup— 
TTie grea' flsht between SarkvUlr 
and Dijblln ende'l m the vletory otf 
the former Hirrv won his OD- 
nnt'he'l eraine in mastafly StylO, 
secunnif the itiVetrd trophy fOr 
BaekvUle. 

Onfted BUtea—aradley Boaeh 
Maeterv Toumameru Ttyt 
Dr. Alechln. 8H-<i; Lajoa 
84: A. lloiiihlfc and L ft. Tmvnr 
8tt-4tt 8a«R; 



APPBAL BOARDS 

In our notes published two weeks 
ago we referred to the new system 
of Appeal Boards now introduced 
m Australia Informallon u now 
to hand -•tatinR that the veterans 
nnran)/.^! l'»n' m Au.'-tralia have 
nAnicd ihelr nominee-- on the'ie 
h ariis nnd that the name^ a.*, 
proposed by the orKanu»tlon> have 
been aoceplMl W ^ Oovemment 
We bellava that the Assessment 
Pensions tribunal in Australia will 
be a graat sneoott and hope Chat 
the Canadian Oovemment will see 
At 10 fflBow tht caample of the 
Australian Oommonwealth In due 



FKDSRAL BLICnON 

Veteran organisations, having a 
membership rrpreeentlng every kind 
of political thought, cannot, and 
rightly so. take part tn party 
pollttri, although their member- 
have a perlerl rlpfht tn Jnin thr 
polltir,\I |i,irty nf their own choice 
At Ihf \fimr tim'-. tlii.i does nOt 
prevent IheM* OTBanlzatlona dlSCUS- 

sing and taking action on roattcn 
that Birect veterans as a daaa, and 
t am afraid that In the past veteran 
organlatlons have not always ex- 
hibited common hoite sense in 
, dealing with these matters and 
their political relationship It tj 
no ufte at all branches of veteran 



Ix>v€ly Clotkes of 



tke Movies 



la/ul Million-Dollar 
nluaaJ)es ' ' 



'i\ctually KiNe 





Louise brooks. Beautiful niM ^ar. 

wears this silk Idunging suit, tvpicjl nf pretty clo^KS shown in 
her piitures- "I learned by experience," she says, — "that only 
Lux keeps that new look in clothe-s." . . . lliat is ■.■ iMirn 

everywheie — S out of 10 in representative homes in aucs from » 
CBtst Iff coasci inv88ligitinn» showi use Last 



CAITT AFFORD TO RISK USm G 
AMTTHIMG BUT LUX/* 

says Adriant OBscunie director of 

Metro-Gold wyn-Maycr. "It is a 
metier of dollars and cents with usi 
We ftnd Lux keeps clothes like new 
tKroufh months of production — en 
they can be re-created inn new 
costunnes. Naturally, wc insist 
on I.ux " 

Wh9 dots Lux kitp tMngs fwv 
50 muehlongerf Because only the 
purest materisls known , . anil a 
special costly process . . . utr used 
in its making! Lux contairu no 
harmful alkali — as many soaps do, 
vhethet flakes, dltps or cakca-* 
•nd with Lux there io «• nMing 
«a nnkoi and akrink. 





ewe 



An<l every New ^ork jVinsical SkoW • • 
f amoiM ^resjmakers • - fiuyertf for gnMt 

jepaitmciit .stores also im<l * • 

<■ original loveliness of our clotkes can 

again and again — and 
thy last twUe aa long-^^^rm^dmuM oj[ LoiXn 



(1, t 



»9 



EVERY WOMAN knows how haid it il t6 koep 
pretty clothes like new in spite of everyday wear. 
Then imagine the problem of the movies — with beautiful 
clothes that must look, bniiiantly new through the hard 
wear of production. 

Now the studtcM have solved ttk-'pfeMRro ev er y 
womanVvery own problem— after experiments with many 
different clenn<;inR methods and many different soaps. 

Artd they hnd that.' "Lux actually Rc-Ncws, again 
and again, the original beauty of fdbricS . . , Atk4 fdch 
Lux, lovely clothes —whether sturdy or sheer— lait man 
than tun€4 as loni»' 

Now every great <;tudio in HolhAvoud uses Lux — to 
double the life of fabrics! Simply lollow thcii rule — and 
you, too, can keep clothes actually like new/af,/ar longer! 



Musical Shows 

bke ibe gorgeous ''Rosalie" etarring 
Marilyn MiDer (above), all uee Liu 
to dovUs the life of atoekiDasl TVy 
ay, "Wa would vm Lux eveo tt ft 
onrtlLDDnboK." 




Famous DRE8BMAXBI8 

of New York inaUi «p<tn £ws for 
onderthinpi and atorUofi woni by 
naanequibs — «■ lUuBlratad to ttn 
above glimpa* of 8b» anloai of 
ftaadM dynap 



I^iUkTMBMt BUYStt 
•2% of thMM experta hrfarvtowij 

in 112 Inading sl orce — faiiai on 
Lux for tbetr ewi^Uuaga. (Above) 
Bii\-er of imported g w aaU t a lor 



(maUtt groups <if expetis evsr etmsuheJ find 
LUX DOUBLES THE LIFE OF FINE JAB&ICS 



Leva fiaytitat Limited. Toronto 



4m 



aBsortattona paaslnc rea^aOans 

condemning some iujusuce that 
they conalder has twen perpetrated 

upon one of their members unless 
they lake such steps as will brtnt; 
the question to the notice of their 
local member of t'^ir'uuTieni.. and 
theae remarks l i.-.tr th>> Mi'iation in 
British Col'imlJiH tml linnuiimn 
at Canada II ' n. .n ■\l riT-nnljer of 
the Irf^lsL-itiirr i* n-' ■ mpathetlc 
to their views, and il veterans 
are quite certain thai their attitude 
is fair and reasonable, then they 
ateuld. tmspeeuve of poUtieal 
■ffll****^' make their opinion 
known. Veterans knew no politics 
oveneaa. and In rtealifu with 
veteran prohlrm.* at hom" the same 
attitude fthmilf^ b<- B'l'^>p'e(i a Fed 
eral election i^ ap^rcvching and the 
reterans in Canada are crying out 



for "free medical treatment for all 
veterans." They have a sound argu- 
ment In favor of this le((i5lation 
and now in the tirne to n.'-certaln th> 
view^ ni!t untv of inemt»er,'^ .if tht 
Dominion I_.efrtslatur>' bul al/w 
randldatcR who are llltei\ npprw'.i 
t hese mem t>era in the f o r U i c om I n 
election. A great drive put on b: 
veterans for free medical treat 
ment with party aSliatlons entirel 
fOTTottan for the moment, wouli 
undoubtedly lead to this legWlaUor 
being placed on the statute* oi 
Canada in the very nestr future. Let 
us use our heads a little more than 
we have done in the past- 
INSIRANCE 
TTie Returned SoldlrrJi" Insurance 
Nrheme hax t>een extended for one 
ninre year, frnm Augtist. 1829, In 
10 AJffUSt 1B30. 



Recently the Ron. J. Hlnchllffe. 
Minister of Bducatton and himself a 
eteran, met the meiftbers of the 
T^rovinclal executive of the Cana- 
lian Levlon, when a frank round- 
;he-table dl?»ctiA8inn took place in ; 
reirflr±% Ut employment nf veteran.-' 
Aflfturance was given by tJie hon. 
fentleman that so far as the 
straight Civil fiervlce appolntmenta 
OT-re ooneemed. every consideraUon 
would be given to the retaining of 
veterans in the employment of the | 
Oovemmeni Regarding those 
that came tinder departments not 
indndad In ttie Civil Servlee. he 
waa not In a posUlaa lo give the 
wne asBuraBee. but believed that 
the ministers In rtiaive of the de- 
partmenta would tfMiw sympathy 
with the wishes of the returned 
men. 



Clark's poRXariBiANS 




Children and grown -upa enjoy 
the p c r f c i; tlx ( « .< .Ueti 1-vron* in 
their excclicntaauce and with the 
•Uvsr of prime pork. 

— Sif^ them often there no 
food more wholeaomc — few m 
po p u lar and — •c wmmlc a l 



No, n leH No. ) t J mmbo , M g& 



CLARK, L1MITBD. 
Be KmL P Q 



MISS ADVii^NTURJLS 



Time to Retire 



By Mary Tuttle 





sure pf 
she ^ktoddn't 

mind it 





Magazine Features 
I ^ 



NO. l 73--SEVi!;iSTY^'UtST lEAK yn^iuniA, pm i»J" ^y^"^^""*^ - ^^^^'"^ ^ — 

GreaT Britain and the Dominions Overseas 



LORID SCENE 
PRESENTED BY 
FIREINIOIR 

Dence Clouds of Smoke 

[ium Rtitiiin^ Stores In 
lyiiH Ion's Air If lit Fortress 
Attracted Great Crowds 



Hauiivd flitnti'ihtt 
Artist I'ruvea Hi» 
Stmtdy ffcNMSty 



Ba 1 1 alio n of G renadie r 
Guards Fall In at Call of 
Biiglr and Assist Firemen 
in Fighting Flames 



A 



KOUSLBBS m»a ftp- 
pnMbad * Mff A ffuu 
m Wfttertoo Road raasoOy nntf 
begged for Bomp JKTTips. Thf 
Idnd - heartt-d wnnian ii> 
charge. Mnt Vamry, roUofU'd 
every s\io.rr l»t ol food she 
could find and ^avr itn-ni r.i 
him in a papfr Iki^; > .in> 
houn alter he h»U Kone aJif 
dv^c-nvriTd »he bad ptaMd (be 
ficrups tn tlM bsff oontalitinf 
pArt (rf Um nlfht'i tikklDgi. 
She wu much d Utr e w e d . the 
man she had helped could not 
found, and ih« rrsigned 
hnxU to tbe lots. Suddenly 
hpr lalteml beneOciary ns- 
appftaml at the itaa He had 
£8 10a tn iiiA hand. "I found 
UiiA In t.hc bac wtUi the food 
you gave TomT h* wU rt Wl 



FOyNDATlON 
WILL ARRANGE 
SCHOLARSHIP 



To Mark 25tK Anniversary 
of Rhodes Irust F'- llow 
ship Will Hold Reunion 
July II and 12 

som: 200 memh^hs 

ARE EXFEUtl) 



Earl Assumes High Office 



CAN 70U iiiucln« a fire In 
Tower of LoDdon? 



the 



BIBLE A BEST SEUER 



Ok BooliH M^nUUn« PodUon 
a> Barlnf Orcatrst Demand 



To Elccl Scholar for Two 
Years With Option of 
Third if so Desired, and 
College Recommends 



It occurred reeenUy and a whole 
battalion of the Grenadier Ouardjt 

d a', least twelve Are brlcade* 
A I :•■ rt-qmred to extinguish 
lUnif.. »nJi the afifilstance 
Boclettters The ouLbrinfc orrurrcd 
Vn I hp Mt)bUlEaUan Stores, which 
are separated by a IPM4 Opanse 
of green (ram tlH WftUfteld 
Tower, where tte Cnnm Jewel*, 
valued at many nHUoBi. mn kept. 
AUelilne gnu. rite wd other 
■tone of th« Soota Ouvde were 
deatroyed. The «TeM elaads «( 
denw smoke preeentad qoUe AD 
ImprcMtve picture. 

It was shortly after fl pm.. whan 
the roads by the Ttwrer wen 
thronged bv pn ■plr <ni<*wazil 
bound, that the atju-thng alurm of 
firf was raised end ihe crowds saw 
nameb burst through the wlndovs 
of the iton. 

At tb* HUDd of Ol* batle tbe 
entire lmfW1*P of the Orenedler 
Ouaxdi etatlmwirt wlthtn the 
Tower abandoned all other tasks 
and paraded on tho fniunrc tor 
•i*Tvi f visitors to the Towpr were 
I:,..; ^ l out, the gates wire 
1.' and a sperlal inuird 

w jul-; flrempn (ouRht Uic names. 
hoMier-'. n-nioved much a* pos- 
sible ol the more valuable ma* 
terlal In. the Mane. Btany ma- 
chine funi end rfflee nd ae- 
coutremeots MoogUiff to the Seota 
Guards were deeinyed. 

Tbe etcrea are aipumtad from 
Wakefield Tower tajr » tMed ft- 
panse of sward. 

On the other Me li a narrow 
roadway flanked by m maiKlve 
Inner sione wall. Unvunrt L-. Hie 
;.t^cond great wall, r^Alng from the 
old moat, on the farther aide of 
which Is the northern approach to 
Tower Brldfe. 

From Howwherc between the 
two flut welta Che ladder of a fire 
eaeape ibol taito view, and even as 
it moved up and over a gap a fire- 
man cotild be seen scrambling 
nlmblv over thr- nin<r» and ju rop- 
ina on t'l thf roof He WU ^Olw- 
IV follfuvrd by othem 

< ireai holeit were made nn each 
side of a dormer window, end 
Immediately a lcnffth ol hoee wa* 
pawed over the white wall, and 
stmmB of wal« poured iDto Ihe 
flamea. 

The firemen aaooeeded bi pre- 
venUng the flamee from apraadlnf 
to the adjoining buUdlnc. which u 
tued aa Uie married v»XUsn of 
the Grenadier Guards, now also 
stationed at the Tower . 

Plr»8 at the Tower are extremely 
rare, but there have i-*^n ta>' 
trifling outbreaks in the past liiree 
year*. 

HUMAN RACE'S CRADLE 

4r«heeelafM Deelarae Beeenl PMs 
Stew 8e«tk ^ile» m lUatn 
Ortgtaal BiMe t««» 



PLANS are being shaped for a re- 
union of Rtiodes scholars at 
Oxlord University. July 11 to 15. the 
twenty -fifth anniversary of the 



*^t la aald that the BlUe U not a 

'^^J. ' i5"^LlLli; ®? "SS Kholarshlps founded by Cecil 
Dr Carhi*. who preakM at the.^^^ g ^^^^ 



t*!*^ breakfa*!, held In }f^-.\^^^^ ,nd Uie BriUah Qcilonlea came into 

not seen n-r. nr MsUstlcs. hf ■"^^'''^ residence *t Oxford In the VftU Of 

hat while ih-^ H i'tk "i Books nad r»-,.L,- d-_^ —m Vm- th« r» 

not mainuined lU old standard of wffl be open for the re- 

elnnilatlon. U la iCIU. by • l9nt wey 
the bMtt on the maiteL" 




VETERAN ASKS 
ElfiHTPENCE 

ONLY PER DAY 



With 20 Years* Service and 
Medab and Clasps lor 
Three 'Campaigns Agetl 
Hero Now Destitute 

AHM\ His 
f:u;HTEENTH YEAR 

Ministiv l^efusp(J Small 
Giant to Ljiable Old War- 
rior to Enter Chelsea Hos- 
pital to Jom Comsftdes 



**SUent Stranger*'* 

To ill thf n i>rh1 
Hut I ht nisfli t'ti 



V 



WILL EKECT 
WOLFE SIATi 

Long Deferred Memorial to 
Hero of Quebec to See 
Completion This Summer 
in Greenwich Park 

AREA ASSOCIATED 
WITH THE FAMILY 



Herbert Lana. InrmTly A*.w>rmte 
ouratm- of the New Ynrit Mii.«eum I 
of Natural History annfunrrd in , 
Jrthannrnhiinr rerentlv that he has 
i-npTu- '■• -hr ■irfinit'' conclusion that 
south AJrica w the cradle of the 
human race, Hie pnnolpal evtdenoe 
on which he ratlee tor this opinion 
coneUta of tUellke repreeentationa 
of mastadona engraved on roeka In 
Snul^iwentem Transvaal, chlcHy In 
the nioenihof district. There are 
three representations, one of a 
mammolh »nd two of a 5perlr5 ol 
eitlnrt bviffslo Mr. Ijing now Is 
.rrtam ihfti th'-Ae drawings are 
much eorUer than any found In 
mrope er NertbAMBA. 

BISHOP ON ETON 

I. ji .( f \rti-t lie Ijcarned 

AbwiBlelj Noihlnc While Al- 



In * dtaeiiaakm « ednmttan at 
Sxeter XNooeaan Odtofterenee tbe 

MitoOp OC Bxeter «M 1 
cfetm lo be any auUionty I 
pduraied »t the premier whool of 
England and 1 can say with abso- 
lute rruih that dtirinc the yean 
I «-a^ there t learned aheoim*lj 
nothing 



Twenty years ato money waa aub- 
Boribed in fTenarte end Britain for 
tbe ereetlon oi e montiment tn 

B^tend to OenemI Wolfe Owlnj: 
to tbe death of soni>- i-f .hr foun- | 
dera^'lhe scheme lay dormunl for. 
mady years, but was revived dur- : 
Lng the celebrations of tbe Diamond 
JubUee of Canadian Confederation 

Hon. Peter O. Larklxi, tbe Hl^ri * 
Oommtaakuier: J. O. Oaaaela. mai 
agar of the Bank of Montreal i: 
mndcB, mod Charlee Oambte. man 
a^er of the Bank of Oommerce 
Londm. were among those for re- 
viving tbe project. 

It Is hoped to complete the ifUtue 
and iinvell it in the Oreenwlch 
Park this Summer, the t>est season 
of tbe year for auob «n event ow- 
ing to the fact that large numbers 
of Canndlana are always in London 
at that tbnc. 

The statue la the work of Pro- 
frs.vir R. Talt Mackenzie a Caim- 
dlsF; '^"^ i-i professor of anatomy 
^ t -^rnUj' of Prnpiylvania 

He i.s ,1 v.! . ■.'in>r or Mctiill Unlvpf- 
alty, Morurfai nnd haa been the 
deetgner of wveral notable pieces 
of andpture. 

When oompleted. the monument 
will occupy a central poeltlon in 
Greenwich Park, about aeven mllea 
from the ("Ity of Ijondon proper 
It *-,n nvrrlonk wnlUnB flrMs In 
which Gencrnl Wolfr played as a 

Greenwich wa.s selected aa the 
alte of the memorial on aooount of 
the eaanrlatlr" that dlatrlct baa 
with the Wr>irf' fAmUy. Oeneral 
Wolfe waa i"<rn at Wcaterbam, 
Kent where a fuiiali statue to the 
urrRt vildier occupies ft prominrn' 
f«iM1 inn r>n 

family re.M(irn< i,s now maintained 
as a memonal to tbe hero. 



Snmr 200 former Rhodes sobolara, 
with their families, will attend. 
Abou! hull of thla number are ex- 
pected u> be AmcncBOs and formei 
Rhodes BcholarB now living in 
Burape, tboae from British Colonies 
aeUng up Uw remainder. 

A tfWbt Inoreeae In tbe nnmbeni 
of Rbodea acholara who redgn at 
tbe end of their aegond year la the 
reaaon given by IP. A. WyUe. Oxford 
secretary to the Rhodes trust, !or 
an Important change in the system 
of electing Rhodes scholara Tbe 
: change will take i^fTect Oils FtIL 
AcL'ordlnp: lo ihA new rule a 
scholar will be elected lor two years; 
If he desires a third year, and bla 
ooltege recommends It, his acbolar- 
sblp will be extended another year. 

The firet Rbodee eefaolera bad to 
go through the preHmlnery achools 
before being allowed to reed fee a 
degree In the honor schools which 
they had selected, and In conse- 
quence needed the three yr>a rs In 
ordv to take Uu'lr devrec-. Uy ar- 
rangement with the Oxford Uni- 
versity authorities, however, prac- 
tically all Rhodes scholars now are 
given senior standlnc end allowed 
to begin reading at onee for th^r 

drxr^es- 



THE above picture was taken at Arun<ifl ihe oc.dMon '^f the join- 
ing of age celebration* of the Duke of Nndotk, ihf premier l>uke 
and Earl of Orejt Britain, and Chief Butlei o( the Bnti-'i Imcx It shows 
the Duke ((acinx the camera) being presented with a gold LigaretW boa 
andimgAifaatededd»ee»rtbeww«b«»o'»w»^ 



ENVISIONS riVlNG 

m Vim mm 



Brttiah Btndottt ef Blnalaln In- 
venta Mue ta Aeeerd WIA 



BOKEW 
Wi WI HURT 

Imperial Airways Complet- 
ed 3.800.000 Miles' 
Travd Without Injury to 
Near^ 100.000 Persons 

ORDllSAKl RlShS 

FOR INSURANCE 



Apcorrflnii to Lord Thompson, 
head of Uie Ministry ol Air. thp 
famous British flying aenrtoe re 
cently had completed 3.B0O.QOO 
miles, and had cafrted more than 
MMO passengerS without injuries or 
fataUtlee. and the news agencies are 
apparently overlookinK t'lis record 
for safety and regularity in report- 
Ins the forced landinK or tlie itlr 
:inrr riLy of Ottawa in the Knitllsh 
Channel, resuiung in seven fataiitiev 
As The ixindon Times potnta out. 
ter four years there haa been no 
aoeldent to any oC the eompany's 
Unen. 

in tbe Autumn of IW one of lU 
mef*ifiiTf wea compelled by cnglM 
tmiMa to make a forced deecent 
Uk* .that ttf the Olty of OtUwa tn 
nild-Oharr.'-' v.<m thanfca lo tbe 
Umely sr : :t o ing bOftta. all 

SDOard wi'ie rr.'. Med, 

Imperul Airways celebrat^^d Its 
fifth anniversary la*r Apnl and is. 



Bombinfi CIouHa 
Fnih tit Shtikr 
lhn*n Any Ruin 



rt.\rv' aMiiiorr. carried out 
raln-tiiaking i"ii>enments 
above HonK Konn, droptjing a 
powdrrfd rhemlcal known as 
-deolin" on !he clouds. The 
expertments were not aoooeas- 
ful. Seven fllghta were made 
above the okNlda and 100 
pounda of dMua dropped. The 
chemloal theoretically has a 
refrlieaUnc effect on clouds, 
oau^iC NTidter condenntlon 
■nd emweq^ient rakdiU. 



AFTER Oghtlnt tn three eam- 
palgna end aervlns hia oountiT 
for upwaitfa of twenty yean, eout- 

lng both color and reAene Ner%-lce. 
In the COUTM of whirh he funied 
seven medabs Beiveant. F^e'lrnrk 
Charier- Shv* ver. MB.M . tit), Umrr- 



'ISHINO to be kn^wn a.-. 
V the ■sllejit fctraniier-: " .>■ 
n' w ly-married coupl*' (uivt- 
■<.■ iiom Johannf»bur|[, Sautii 
Alrica, on a Mx-year honey- 
mtMO of allenc*-" They plan 
to tour the world on push- 
oyolM, apeaklng to nobody ex- 
cept each other. When they 
cune to boteU tbey wlU pre- 
sent a letter auting that tbey 
are pledged to alienee and 
..skLiiif for acoonunodaUOQ and 
niriiu (-ardji- "nielr Itinerary 
include.-! Ijondon, an Atlantic 
iinwaing, the United States of 
Aniprica. the Pacific. Auatraba 
and Asia 'Keeping aOent for 
ate years la v«7 dUBOHtt.'* mid 
the buabend tn «a Interrtew. 
-ThU Is why we ere doing It. 
Also because of the fun ol It. 
We diall. of oouxee, apeek to 
Mdt other, bat to ao ooft etae." 



NO WORK CRY 
IS JEERED AT 




VALIANT SHEIR 

Patriarch of ISO B aieee ih a lo World 
rear Wivea and IM Baaeent^U 
Son «r Tan Yaen 



Weil-Known Publicist De- 
c 1 a r e 8 Unemployment 
Question in Old Land Has 
Become ''Political Stunt" 

WILL NOT STAND 
ANALYSIS^ HE SAYS 

During Winter, With 
1 .250.000 People "Starv- 
ing," Could Not Gel Help 
to Shovel Snow in London 



SIR Erneat Denn. the well-known 
publisher and economist, speak- 
ins Ri a lun- heon of the American 
Chamber of Commerce in I>3ndon. 



A Bagdad paper lately rep«ted declared that "unemplo.vment u only 
the death of a sheik 130 years old, . poliUcal atunt** At this moment, 
«l\a left four wivu and over ttmsJu gtr BtnOit. mm nv 3D,>Q0MB 
^^'8^'^c'tJ;;i;1u^ daughten and grandchUdren. Be&„ ««uai|, »t wrk In the Brtt- 

iS!t«l«*»»«0 ^ faculties untU » fewlSEwea. or more Uim ever were 
ft pttrion of any aort €*|^„ ^ u is said bla youngeai • ^pioye^ beton. Tbe publisher 



years ago. 

Mill i''n i^M 



Without 
kind 

"All I a»k for ia » few pence per 
day pejuiian. wtM would ent)t]> 
me." wiltea 6ewyer to Tbt Sunday 
News, "to end my daya In the Royal 
Hoapttal among some of my old 
oomradei, but I am Informed by the 
Ministry of Pensions ihst I am en- 
titled to nothing." 

Sawyer enllMed In the Sth r>ra- 
gcmn CHiardf. or "Oreen IInr.^p in' 

18fll. at the age of eighteen und two . 
years later went to India. He served Wckh WOKian LlaimS BS 



MARY WHO m 
A LiniE LAMB 



BilNKfK'S IIIATII 



In Meerut and Rawal I>lndl, and to- 
i^»rd the epd of itsn waa oldend to 
Join the PIdd Ambulance of the 9dA 
Infantry Brigade for sepdce In the 
TlraK campaign. 

He was engaeed for several months 
In those .i [ t ! in lu:^ i icrupatlons. and 
cuntract<>d ci^ti.inA. and for that ex- 
pedition u- I warded tbe jaedfti 
with two ciiu>pi> 

In May. 1800. be returned to Bng> 
land on tranafer to tbe let Class 
Army BMerve. but aht montba later 
waa mobtUaad for aenioe tn tbe Boer 
War.andmaatonoe aentdp coun- 
try to the Idool River. 

■As the result of getting wet 
ihrough. day after day. " says Saw- 
ver 



Inspircr of Ditty 
cerning Pet "With Wool 
as White as Snow" 



Dbeevery ef MMng rbuwehe'a 
Body la Bneaea Weeds hmMa 
fe Mee Aetfon 



Special 'examlnetioti fr^r a pnimn 



-M.iry Had a Little Lamb.* 
"I wai unfortunately stricken Hughes w eighty-nine 



added that he wa* an individualist 
iind as such regards the ' pinks" and 
nnt Hie -reds a* Ihe real danger w 

The ' p'l-iL-- h- de.M-rlbed as people 
who .-'jnr.i'iiT "ii'i '.-"imcbody elae's 
job i/> find a Job fnr ihem." The 
so-caUed million ttnemployed in 
Great Briuin, be anld. would not 
stand analyela. The depreaalav total 
disappeared, he declared, wh en the 
"frf' iHpf^" wuikeiBi 
voman. boy?! > i:i mpenunu- 

0>n-'ateK 'vi!' 'H ''-^n spinners and 

' cfM\ ■ ■ -i'll'-r^ wrre in- 

cluddl iri -li- 1- '■ li'l'-n'* of the 
dole 

lA.'-r wintfT : :'fv'\ooo people 

'rtld h<- --r^trwiii; tv rnntlnued, It 
wsA intp(»&ible u> engage men In 
Loodon to abovcl anow off the 

geat problem of all. he observed "It 

Henry Foed to the contrary, Mta. lie A per cent coal and M per cent 
M^ Huf haa received birthday cm^ peUtlca>'' 

grauilattaaa again this year lust I statute books of Parliament 

If It were certain that »,he.was '|)Q aeclared bulging with leglatatkm 
the original of the nursery rhyme. ' enacted <iurtng the fifteen years 



Mn 



wtih enteric fever and wsa Umllded 
home to Shomcliffe." 

As soon aa be bad recovered, Saw- 
yer was sent badt to Ihe v^t again, 
b^ng posted to tbe 7th 1>ragoon 



Here i-i her stor>' and In the face 
of skepticism she .<tUrk.<( to it 

Mary waa bom in tlie beautiful 
valley of tbe Dee. oq Tyisaa F^rm 
at fJangolen. on May It. IMO ' 



Breakfaat In Locidon and hineh 
hve hours later In New York— aueh 

■«ill be the speed of modem air 
transport \l W 1> Verschoyle's grsv- i growing more and more popular aw s 
itatlon-ronqurrlng air machine wUI route m the Continent The English 
wnrk, I Channel has proved ii'i <■•b^ta^lf• to 

The inventor ha» applied for a airmen ever since M Blertots first 
BntiDh p«t«nt (>n an rnVtentkm oroaatnc tn IMP— the twentletb annl- 
which he claims wiu make poaalble veraaxy of whleb irill be eelebrmted 



RENT FOR TRENCHES 



the eenatruetlon ol a macbloe cep' 
able Of flytng 800 mllea per hour, or 
from -London to New York m leaa 
than five botirs. 
"The scientUlc tbeor>- behind this 



next mantb. TAe dty of OtUwa 
Uaelf bed nawn the Obannel a bun- 
dred times without mlabap. The 
aebleveoient of Imperial Alnraj's 
haa received practical recognition m 



drag waa made In the < »fv<> of .lohnl ^nd ni the campaign M' Mas 
Bdward Mounsey. th*- dtreotor nr | nwarded tbe King's and Queen'i 
Barclays Bank, who wa.'. found | ^outh AfirtaH Uedala wlOil^ two 
with a bull#t wound in the head In I 
A dcsolair flwamp near Mertabftm 
In Surrey, with a discharged revol- 
ver near hhn. Tbe wealthy banker 
had been mlaalng for more than a 
week and hla myaterlcftK dlaappear- 
anre caused wideapread interest. 

An empty phlal was In the 
attache ciise at hLs side The police 
believe that It contained a deadly 
narcoUr driig 

A bncf farewell message was 
scribbled on a nnenrlal newspaper 
found near the body. It read: 

"Something tn my brain has 
anapped. Love to all at Olynde- 
bounie Oood - bye— John " 

That i« Till (here is in the hand- 
writing of Mr-un.iey to throw light 
on the lnrtplli-«bli 



Quarts: or Uie -Black Horae." ^r^ t^l^HTI^ ^'shi^^o aili 

he «.rved In SouU, Africa unt4l '^^JS,^ "^^^li^-^ST^ 

the nock graxing on graaay Walab 

hill£ 



ChaaeeUar of Bacheewer 
Denies Bcpert af Alleged Pay- 

nwnt to PVanre for l^isge 



In rrply lo a query addressed to 
hiir !>'. William Bull. Bt, Mr. 

winrton churclUll. then CbanoeUor 
of the Exchequer, under daU of 
May IS last, wrote ea f(^lowa wttb 
respect to the oft -repeated sUte- 
ment that the British Army had 
paid rent (or the trenches In 
Frsnre during the war 

■Tn reply to your letter, no pay* 
tragedy, 'If he meniK werr made tn the French 



"wUing t-hc coal trn'.le u.< rtghlj* ' 
The .lolutlon of the problt-m nf un 
pmplij\'n ''nt wa^ to be l<^^nd. cnn- 
unued air Ernest, when every man 
realuten that 'It la Mi «Ba Job to. 
find hi* own job " 

TO OFFER POPE 
yNlOyE PEARL 



•Voetfceni 
te Be rneanied to flle 
Tbb Tear 



In the arduous Winter a mother 
lan^ occaaioBaUy would perlah and 
the orphana would be taken to the 
fanahouae. there to be fed a bottte 
by the doting MUT. 

Ttie wooUy creeturea beeuee at- 
tached to the girl and often followed 
her to ichool. The teaeher became English Roman CathrJics have 
angry one day and sent llUle Mar>- .started a movement to purchs*e the 
home Thin anecdote reached th-* ' Southern Cros* pearl a natural 
e«r> "f line Sarah Buell. of London. Roman croM of iwarla which hft» 



tlie vlllsBe green and .^...j,,, «U*rt»iMlv 
M the former ?ff"2r?. 



invention." aald Verwhovlr, -ha* | the fact, that the risks of t.ravel by 
been developed by experiment and 
if largely In accord with the lHU•^t 
mftLhematlral theories of graviution 
a.s prop'vjnded by Btnstein and thai 
of thr electron Sir J.'J. Thomson 
In hu Oirton lecture." 

Brtefty tbd tbeory behind bla In- 
vention u tbai gravUftUon la atmUar 
to macnetlain end u tb«rcfore eon- 



LAND AS DEATH DUES 



Dniir nf Monirriw Huggeela Pia- 
prtetart Be AUowed A lfu el Ui 



The eufteetleii thift tbe stau 
aheuM accept death ddllid m land 
inaiMd of caab wea p raaa rt ed to the 
lAbor OovemnMBt by tbe Zhike of 

Montrose, speaking at the Agrtml- 
turat Society !i show at Stratberkka. 
nw> Duke who i.i fifty years old, 
iW) »rres with the family 
M>At nt Duc'ianan CasUe. near ObU- 

gow lie uid many farmera e tw kw- 
ly desuvd fixity of tenancy end 
wanted lent rmtae tlaed by a lands 
court. Landlords should be allowed 
to pay the heavy death duties in 
land, which the Oovemment muld 
then nrent to tba exlatlog tenanta, 
ha ui«ad. 



AUSSIE WHEAT FARMS 



If Versebofle la able lo control 
RTftvltslion his air machine will 
arw and descend vertirallv. thus 
dLipensing with large and unfre- 
quenl lending fields Thrrr will be 
no planes, gasbags or hcUcopt.ers. 
the motors being able to attain a 
apeed of MO miles an hour 
con^uartng gravltaltoo. 

VenRhoyle wtU oatt hU futsre ma 
chine en aeronntor. Kb 
to have hla Hrei nedei 

wrhln R vi'sr 



lt% srrvicea are covered for the pac- 
senifcr tif ftB Ofdtbai^r ttMuraiiec 

pollrr 

|INVENT$ MACHIl 
TQCUTDlAMOMi;) 



had deliberately chosen to leave the 
reaaon of bla death a myeterr be 
could not h*ve len behind a more 
oompMe enlttna. 
There were two lettera and a 



London Lapldarlea Ball Proapoet ef 
I KaiahHahhig Now Brltldi 

Ninety per cent of the worldlK 

i^Kgr {tataral jewels are mined in British 

■■nil, h'lt ih»* lnw ro^t nf Continental 
» "t ^ ri all h j* 2 p*»r cent of 
the-*'' preclou.'( s'one^ lo Prance and 
Oerman> for .ut'lnit nnd i>''>llF'hlnE 
London lapldarie<«. who long have 



postcard In the we)1-flI1ed attache 
case lylni; by hts Mdr The post- 
card and one nf the iftlers were 
from men rnend.i The other let- 
ter was from a woman, and had a 
[Arlington addreaa. but tbe police 
nave decided that none of them 
can have any poaaU>le bearing on 
tbe death mystery and It la poaelble 
that they will nnt even be ipen- 
Uoned at the iniifM wtalflb la to 

be held ;i' TH'-'iIntiKl'-- 

STARS FIX FESTIVALS 



Govemme-Dt or I^ench cltliens for 
sent of tbe trenobee whleb we oocu- 
pled, nor aa compenaatlon for 
damage done by gun Are In the 
I battle rortea during the war. Out- 



ho tumfd It Into a nursery rhyme. 
BufH UT^r became the wife Of 
HoraUo Hall. American etehnak)«tats 
and ibua the dlUy beoane ktNWB Jn 
tbe United States. 

That, we repeat, la Un. Bnghee' 
story. But tBere la another one and 
It IS a po na ored by Benry K>rd He 
and many otbata hold that the 
original "Mary" grew up to be Mrs. 
Btary Sawyer. oC Stirling Mass. 
They say that the nurser> rh>-TW 
va/t wrlUen bv an Amenran John 



been described a* the eighth wonder 
of the world— for pwae nl a M o n to 
the Pope In pelebfStloB flf bk JobUee 
this year as a priest. 

It la proposed to purobaaa it for 
the Vatican by a abnibif «qb«erlp- 
ben ninnli« to MBjOM ataUUaii. 

The pearl haa been on view at 
the ffortb-Baat Coaat BxhlMtkn. 
Newcaatle. arwl n"i- m ih*- pos- 
saaslon of the n-iMit .-i. I'wrler.i 
Assoctatlon The Southern c:rtias is 
probably the moRt remsrkable phen- 



Bide the battle area payments were Rjiuleslone And Ford has had re- , ^menon of lt» kinrt that nsair*- has 



It la ccrtaUi that thr 



e( Blade BolMan 
tmiAr Aeeordtag to ArtiwwBMlael 

Calealations 



made by the War OfOre for billet- f'lUt the Hill w^honl which 

lng. rent, compen^tion for damage, , ^^r^^VJ^^SST^HlJlLSl ih. Bavver 
etc , in France m th»- Rsme way aa ' Furthermore, deciaree toe aaw^ 
m this countrj-. These paymenU fdvocatea, 
were made by tbe military authori- 
ties, and ere not In any wey ooo- 
neeted with the arrangemenu for 
the fundinir of the French War 

Drh' t.i * ir"!)' ■ ' 



ever produced so frir a.i^ m hrv^wi 
!• nrriipiM sn absolutely uniqy 
["■ifif 111- m the history of pearla. It 
.-.ntitm*! a grnup ot nine pearla 



DEFINES IDEAL HOME 



LaH 



of Blnalnrh*"! T**^-m» 
Flsaaurp lo lifus*- | 
atfery BmealUi to Happin»-»> 



Welah Kery eculd not have been ; n^tufally grown together In eo rtri- 
tbe oclgtaal beeauae the first verse , ,„ ^ manner ea toi form aa atanoat 
atiyeared la print ^ IB39 perfect Latin toss Seven pearl« 

But Mil. Hughri, nearlv blind and |(ympo«fi the fhaft, wtalrh mrasui'-* 
at times a severe sufferer fmni rh^u- r>ne inch and a half In lengtbjWhUe 

the two arms of the cross are H B Mg fl 
of a pearl on each side 

Th^ pearls are of nne orient, and 
would b« of good shape were It not 
that by mutual oonprcsakm during 
growth they have b«-nme Rllghtty 
flattened where ' 



■ nanism. drte»nt b*l:^vp it And 
neither do the vtUageiz who con- 
atdar b er aa oridt. 

I DEUYEDACnON 



STAMP'S ROMANCE 



Aged Nan Flnde te 
CaOeetteB Si 

King Peya *? JM 



Daya 



Mrn. Byrjg Kenrlck, Ixird Mayor; 
nl Birmingham. In hrr pr»^idenUaI | 
Hwdaj's on which Hindu festivals address at the anr'ial r/-'nf*rence of 
bewailed this condition, have begun 'are oetabrated varv earh year ac- ifhe Association of T>«rhfT^ ^^r Do- ' 
to hope that much of thia prafttable oaedtag to astronomical calculauoos mesUc Subjects, empliaslaed the 
indaitry wffl be recaptured for than , A few of ihcae feaUvals are eqeonon need of teacbtaf prMe and pleaaure 
by the invention of an AuatraUan to an HlndUa throughout IMIa, but 
sapphire mbie eerner who baa de- ' moat ef tbem have an urban or pr»- 
vBed a gem-eatUng niacblne which vmdal bacl«round and vary wttb 



Kfauly ^^JancUnn Hee IVars 
Batttiag le 



jg^" I CARRIES GOLDEN KEY 



"cant go wrent 

M. K. «elaer. wtaoee New South 
Walea mines prodiwed $350,000 
worth of sapphires last year, la tlie 
mventor of the machine , ^ , . 

in Germany )ewel cutUng coat. | ^"Si^;^"^ 
one-fluarter of what it rrwtA tn Knit- "* " 



each section of the country 
The outatandlng Tlindu fe^tlvala 




Oev- 



, The Australian I>evelnpment and 

I think that Migration Crimmlwl.Tn In Kj* annual 

eral e ap erleuce of the whole eahooi ^^^^^^ approves of the nmuh isoon- 



Tbe romance of a atamp bought 
by the King was related by Mr. 

Charles J Phillips, founder of the 
BlrmlnKhnm Philatelic Society, et 
Uie vixieenth philatelic congreaa of 

s;rb^''**^«SlS 2sr*eS-^'»i««»- -^o '--'^^"""^ 

WLmxJt^A^tio^S^&ti&a 'yrrx "^I'P •"'^ '"■'"^ '^'^ 

boSTm hla Ubf»ry. found hi. t^en in tour proves to be an efficient 

achootboy stamp rtftectlon. ai%d put <^ 
it on one side to gtre to his grand* 



The ron*e-ral.)f>n i»t Uie Church 
nf Pt I'lhn thr BnptlJil at flUlnton- 
'lull- .1 iK'Ul fievn m lies nrrrf hwest 
oi .Scarborough, by the Archbishop 
of Yoffk. waa blatorleaUy intaraaUnc. 

MO King 



EdgehlD's 

tadlaa ef MyeUe 
■ayal 



The reaaon the adiool la 
eeaefUS la that we rKercla<>d in a 
nMiet marked degree ihf sense c* 
honor and I rannot help thinking 
that that U the *rre»t lln^ tl>r .-hureh 
-ihMiili! ^ikKf iHi f.'i* alwayi tie 
:i mkinfl i f 'rrtne in im rraae your 
oiLKTegaUnos. but try and ttliBB 
•I what noMa tboagtata M are 
er dae clifl- 



i>ucu]( in the mloda 
drea /' Lard WSUam 
Ifae Bbfeep 
at 



Oaeft 



the scop^ of the □ijOO.OOO nMgra 
ikm agreement aliould be enlarged 
tt haa obtvtaad tbe eoneant of tbe 
BrltMh and the OoamiamNalth 
O o se t lunauto to an eipendltore or 
njTWjW* for tbe creation of S.SOD 
wheat ferma bi WeaCan AaalraUa 
and the o wM UutU on of Uki Wyaa 
gala dam in tba 
New Botith Walal, 



It was MihTPiM^i to I 
kiMnra Arm of .^tamp roUectom, who 
rBMrted that one atamp woe vary 
vaheble. tlila gam of tbe edOeetlea 
was a Maunttaa Foatofflce twopenny 

It waa 
4W ■■ 



OVER TOMS TOIES 

t>ra.<l M Hers WO* THU- 

barbed Wlsw Slat by Work m 



which have a natinnni appeal are i whleb made the newcomer feei at 
•he Durga. the lAkiNmi ;-nd KaU ggae. Where there were rr^nfnrtablr 
"pujaa" in Norlheanr India and resting places, something pleasant 
and the " Dewali " m look upon anr! sppetiKtng and re- 
India The pujas and i freshing food. Uome-makUig. she 
DewaU take plaoe in Ociober am4 tfeelared. muat be looSpd 190" * 
are oelebrated with pomp for aav- igeiiatee piofrertan. 

2-3s"-"7^i^ PATTdARCHAL JOUKIAL 



in housewifery. Aa lo fumlahlng. 
rike eald there waa no standard, what ^ 
waa oooeMer^ good at one period 'fi^y ggo years 

beblS thought atmeloua by the next g^tphen granted the manor of ' Hayes I*oot 

SanaNiUOB. An Ideal home was one ni^mtondale to the Knight* m the l.lverpo'- «r ,1 



Aa Vtce-Chamberlala of the Boyel 
RouaehAld. which he eaatiiiiee. J. H. 

ember tar BdgehL... 
a former I»ndon 

firdrr 'if Rt John of Jerusalem One police w-rgeanf will have to e«rry 
-hr ondlLionK waa that they '.he famnwa gold kry when h^ b-'ari 
OT.»ji<i build & fhurrh tj>ere and hold meMsges from ihe King to the 
a daiiv a^TTVTf I'he chureb hat Hou>r of Commons 
not been buUi until now. The ThU key la noted beoauae i«*ody 
earner eUna wee laM » fe» ego by.aacau to know what It U need for 
the proM ArebMiCMp (tf Oanter- Beitbar Mr Hayea nor eny 
bioT- "Hie new c-hurrb which is of ' predenaaeora beee 
OotbSc dealgn. has coat over ajOt» 



Brituh Rml Fatalitiet 

^eenty'flve more p^rwwi* were 
kOled on British h.Bhvays In l«3fl 
than In 1DT7. but thr mj'irerl werr 
IJOO fewer, TTr- Minutj-y of 
'nansport IW* figures show 4I»0 
killed srul 34 31(1 hurl for 1927 the 
•Blila were «M and 3UA 



Known as tbe Barbed Wire King 
thrm^ bla bantam In settang up 
I Bad odlltts barben Trtii dvloi tbe 
war. aam owttfL dojl. f«r- 

merty of the Nnrthamptonahlre 
R^tlmerd. waa buried with military • also 
honor* at Peterborough re^-mlW . nm^ in s*T»en^he 



la that pim l mw baraiiai merctuunu 
ckwe Ihetr yeariT acroimts then In 
Western India, the New Year Is ro- 
! Incident in time with th^ I>ewali 
nt festival, and r**rtdrnc« and offlfe-. 
, are whlti>vashed. repaired arvl 
painted anew for the oeaaetoB. 

in South India the nndoa eele- 
brate the Pongal feattval tn .teuery. 
Thia holMay oorreapenda lo a Bew 
Year '''■>hni"'in vnd 'he reoofatttc 
of.ofTirrt ptud ■iw'. \nif atlmelaeaa 

trade H nf1;i' (1 r Vfaitnu »r»a 

obwr-.-" ..\ « '.K h 



waieblre 




and is near the cUfIs and 500 feet 
above nea level. It has accg mm oda- 

Uon for lao wonhlppr- 

ENCOURAGE HOME ART 



Best MtPVts 



Darnell went over the U>p on f"T-T thl- Mme lr*-al artLuna wrinhlp 'h- 
flvf oceaslona and on the last whi> mplementif snd t/w^ta »hirji giw 
wrwklng on the wire wa« sniped an.1 1 them their Mwilhood ^Drwequently 
' aevmlj wolBkded tn tbe knea new hardware is purchaeeA 



Thf Sahabory aai Winchester 
Journal m cctckvatton eflts aooth 

annivrrsary published a ei^lplaBMnl 
cootalrung a hlat«ry tf Iba papers 
w«k and a laeabnOe cf tbe eldaat 
copy known to ba in eileiwnna rhet 
«r Monday. July e. ino. which eon- 
aleled of four mail pages and wea 
prVred twop*^er Th* type i* gond 
and eaj«llv r*ad w, r'liri^diirtjcn. 
The mibneqii'nt dr-rir-ptum: rrf the and Mareh itvt 
oumai Is deawrthM with sppmprtate prtae nf OlUSOn anrt n • 
iiioot'stinns both of t hr c hanging; Pi l ei e ef CUOO aach 

'typ^ tr,'] BM MMM 0t 

' paper > 



Of hu 
tia ttaa. 

though It B betteeed to be ttie bar 

of a myal patscc. either Bwefctng- 
ham wmdsof or Sl Jamea. 

When thr King Opens Parllaiwnt 
In prrwwi the Vwe-Ohambarlaln haa 
, u> await His Ha}e*tya retinn Lo the 
palace The key B aold to bare 
ongmaUy bean neoaaeied with tite 
re my of the monarch to hla 



"Hw A'l.-rtrmlta.-i 
effertng a p'-if - 
best mtrvmg p-i 
AuaCralla be^w^- 



AnnthM- ilutT Wbtdl the Vlce- 
Cltamb^lair trnd«tab*.ls prepara- 
tion of the dallv tepw* '>n r-tr' ■» 

sspistajit u> 

Tanutrr. 1070 the t>wd Chambertal&MMIa ttBO 
wT< ■ •«>'ond capacity will have an BWNM MOb" 
h)r-i ^f eiattan with the noanrtMl ctf Mafa 

for the Biape. ef ert^ tbe CbasMrtaBre 



rwiTernment Is 
■f ^T^ vr Tor th* ' ment for 'he King'« 
u-r ;<rod')red in He al*o acU as genera 



m: jo. 



CROSS'COUNTER 



A Romance of a 
Little Business in 




Ry" 

JACK LAIT 



TIME *** when, before the word 'Un- 
iwy, aayttitat * fapMto war* toaiM»tti 
twr tfVM WM UManncMfet*. •od gir nnpi 
cflovmaUoo, when ttu nnoiCTitkwuMw wr* 

menUoned. Uwy wvra refwrcd to m '^inmco- 
'imiAbka" That iiinf is l^ng pa^r TodtJ 
ihry are not only unnicniioiiAbl'. buE viilblo, 
indoors, outdoorm, an/whrrr 

Bo It «M aot ftt aU stc»i)«a that aWlf 
BMOkr ftWMifl ter Iteao*. tte flOglHi ud 
deflr»U» OnuDRtoo TtHti. vtth her en m ibop- 
ptnff tour to BCovntilsle what used to be called 

"1 rdii ,vp»n *' And in fhPlr wajidprm,',. (hey 
< naiicpd iiiU) a Utlic specialty shop lor women. 

A hoie-in-uie-waO MMMitaMat malntafcMd 

tjy Bte Ufuktrk. 

■■a «H yoanf < tvt ite «m «Im. WUttw 
on, iNQlBf for and MtUof le ttw aBart crowd, 
^ha learned much. Some at her patnm 
'ear&ed to ronfldc in bar. Olhff - tui-'-M ;ind 
noMtped loosely. Her poMIB oi ub.*^rvii!i.)n 
>nd abaorptlon ware naturmllr kaan. .so ei&m 
would ban baan a for a aeaiidal sbaet 

or for a aaMMr nawa r^orttr. ^ 

When CHadys Braofear saimterad tn. aoocan- 
pantod b7 a yoaat artstoerat, who 

vas "people." obviously, Baa rai.<Ti her rvr.i 
^he knew Mlas Brookn- at stcht. bui tii<> vouiik 
man was a ttranKrr ftiw .lurmiii^d U must 
be Lcdch, tar there was nothing "instde" about 
L»a batrothal or tte tML me piwan hid ear- 
tm it f er top-tad oofT. 



StrirtJy liiininpgt 
HEN lOsa vas in her shop^ aha was 
■hliTtlj liiiilnoM She waa not a berad 
dafaMa who bad foaa tolo MaHi for the 
thrOL 8ha had vwtad har war diroogb eoi- 
>ge, and waa now aesdlnt her brother through 
a university on a oanildarable portJon of her 
eamlncs. flbe owned bar puu-r. workrd every 
BBfle iidhi, and wai praperliv and provrees- 

mttMT IMMM. ud thli» <ba 
law, heard iDd nniind lutiliiied and bi- 

'crested her. ho dM fllad her raze on young 
Mr. Lclch. who waa known to bf about the laat 
saip In what It takes to nialce a rlrl happy. 

He waa the aoo ttf a multimUUooalre, he 
waa » four-latter athlete in an aoe untvinMar. 
ba vae a faaona amsleur fliMr aitd wertwaa. 
ha «ma rated eboat the beat-lookiat tUiit m 

The Bocial Kf^v.t^T. snd wa£ making aaMMMB 
on bis own as a yount; architect. 

Why he had picked Gladys Brooker. of aU 
the beautiful, rich, elegant and eager baehekir 
guia in hie circle not to speak at the eherhiM 
and whlch-nota he bad met In other arenufs 
—was a bit mysterious to a lot of people, and 
especially so to little Baa. 

Uiss Brooker waa a pacf eet malb of Umaga 
and bnedtBg. Bsr fofta had do«gh and 

traveled with the big shota. She waa a tall, 
slithery red-head, greatly admired and dla- 
ru&.-rd brTAii.se of bar IgOBOUBOad aiVMl to 
the male eye. 

But lhara bad baen whliparlngi. Wbtta 
norar a Una had bam printed to bar dlseredtt. 
iba waa nlOMet Batarteaa over tba cocktails 
and the laooopa. 

She had suddenly left an exclusive seminary 
before being graduated, and thr-r^ were rumors 
She had been seen with a certain actor, known 
for hie '^ohaebir' mndUnttea wd snrellra wttb 
panting flapper*. Bar deportment on board a 
tramatlantle Uaar on one ooeaalan bad been 
ftombennftlr fne. to put It nbiimwr* 

d BU Modem 

D r and large, CHadya Brooker was a Ut 
^ modem, oteo f« the ultraa In tha heavy 

money One had to be a Brooker. at least, to 
Rt-T. away with It No one was hounding 
(iladys out of noclrty Bui it wa^ a shock 
when the announcement came thai she bad 
ptekod off the prlae against the field of Inten- 
sive compeUtlon to cop oB Oramton Leigh. 
Oladyi eoercely deigned Bn a corner of an 

eyr. and askad to nee somr flufTrrle«. whli-h the 
Utile merchant laid before ber, and which 
• iAdy<> examined wMi oMMoU and abneet 
M'omfui scrutiny. 

Leigh. iMwmr, waa o a m e uU atad In ditnt 
up Slia. 

Iliat young par^, now. waa not bard on the 

naked orb. pith^r of ihf inorp Mmplr. and 
nhat would t>e claA&ined ax "whoteiwmie" type. 
Elsa was a beauty. More than one man had 
told her so, and bad told ber much more that 
went In oaa air and ont tba other. She waa 
iOll baart-fne. Urn want abool, daneed, 
drove and aD that eert of tUat with several 

unmanird ravallerA, but ahe bad tiim>^d 
thumbs atywn oa all propoaall and collateral 
propnsltlODs. 

But whan aba found Oranitoo Lalgh'B eyea 
on her, abd hm wtA Ma, ■■■■llihn hanpnuil 
tobert 

Bbe laenied to bear alrang* notaea, and she 
bUnfeed bar eyee to get the »ptrd -^ou Away 

So— thi« waa Onmton Lcighi A^d h« was 
hooked up with cbntdBBraioabardAMtl Qb, 

what a Ahamel 

Quite Charmirtft 

^ KIORH Axed eye« were drinking lirr in, 
too. He tiirRijht he hiirt nrvrr seen snv- 
thlns quite so charming Leigh was no novlea 
at love What he felt didn't punle hbn In the 
toast. Ha kaaw Inetantaneouily that Mn* waa 
a gttt ba OMld go wfM over. 

Qladya dldnt boy. Bhe ^hv-^ Wk \hr of 
ferlnga. dimntad tur shoulder*, uiuxl her ncae 
skyward, motlsMd l» Lelgb. and waftad ool 
wiui him. 

had a feeling ba wodd ei 
b aovBlig, be did. Be 
■mde no pi w tauue of havlag any motlvo than 

■■•■Hh prompted hlni Mr miMd hll 

Ua\ wnd simled. aod Klsa smUed back. 

"How dD fOtt dok 1». Letgh," dki 
hlA. 

B> eaenad eigp ile a d that sha bad 

Ms Identity. B* hadnt kaonm Bag ; 
aware of ev«B atadrs* nana. 

"I th'rtsfh' <i/ ym a]l la*t fv/^w.f, ad he 

"Oafi t t*t r<^> "Ut ' r^"-nd. Ai what 

n«ur 4o row luneht" 

TbaaBL t 4Hit taneh. fn o iMi ■■mi 
IBlWiiyen Wbea t waB tai ttMngb Ba 
(•ear. bw*ir>«« '< M.^r^-ni-^d BgtbsivnnBMk 
in nara Wgo t joq tg ig B B <t * 




This was Cranston Lafgbl And be 
w«a hoofcedjp^irttta that dav 



I?" Rather be than gorge myeeU nl 
tba Blla wtUwnt yon." 
*7a« toae no tana, do yoo. Mr. Lalglir' 

/ Never Flirted 

'•^JOW— don't get me wrong, and don't take 
offence. I never flirt. I have no 
tecbniqua. I dont aea why one ihouldnt oeme 
rlgtat OBk wltti eueta iblnge— rm igaofy about 
you*" 

"le—li that the way you talked to Mlas 
Brooker?" 

"Oh. Olad— known ber all m/ Ufa, m to say." 

'T, aee— ahe waent »-^'m— ptdmpf" 

"Ob, atop. Battber la this." 

**You aald It, Ug bogr. But It IsBt aiaeUy 
proper, t.-^ if Here I nxn. in nty own Uttle 
ahop. can I gpi out. wouldn't dare 7^ for the 
poUee, and you walk your six feet of beautiful 
m a nhood in here and have me boxed, help- 
less, rtefenfiebiB and tell oia you're goofy 
about me." « 

"Bv*. Oh, baby^how can anybody be as 
pretty aa you— and Uvai" 

"^ou aeem to be In good baalttt youraaU. " 

"What-aro your principal htdoor and outdoor 
ami i ee ni e nt i. Utile oneT Vm t^Um to take 
charge of a f«w of then." 

"Kibaperoned by Miss Brookarf " 

"Don't be a child. obUd. She'd poison your 
h i ghb a l l and put ground ^aas In jrour tbam 
aeln. flbtfs a wlakad redhead, that «Hen.** 
■•WbU, than, what beoomes or herr 
'Otx, Aa knows her way about. She woo I 
languleb loneaonely or gnash her teeth In de- 
•palr. If t cut an evening or so out of lur Ufa 
now nnd araln. ' 

"I aee l m lo undersludy her for your dl- 
vanloo whilp 6he gets her nirlit out " 

"You put It rather bluntly, but that'a about 
the layout." 
"Oia layouti oat." 

Oid'Style Coody'Coody 

**r^H,.you aren't going to hand me the old- 
ecyle foody-goodr. ere youT Bf aiyd na 
knows Glad and I are angegsil. X would bava 
told you tr you hadnt beat bo to the le^d. But 

why Ahrvi!<i ihAt intertMn with ov iptntftng 

a few hours ai. play'" 

ElA wa«n t anary. She couldn't be. She 
waa hi love with Leigh. She bad aoarealy 
doiad an ape atnea ^ bad BM BHB taBL 
But ^lAmBtaB Bead. 
*Onnt be done.- Aa nlad. "I dont think 
naafebMe >tiana, BattbtolaaWt 

BandAome." 

what «an we do about itT Vm MOf 
eboot yau. Oratt grief— you dont 
to giva Olad tha gate, aik] caoaa a 

)(ut ber)\u.v I'm unhMky "^ijngh to be en~ 
xaaed and onlucky enoogh to hava seen yout" 

"It ifi very sad. But t have my own little lite 
to live. too. What^ gohw to be tha flUWi at 
Iba cute yonag plan that br«a aa nanfly 
from the tip of your Mue-bloodad taofaer' 

*t>b. (here'a no tMruL m gat over B. 1 tm^ 
p.:>fie ta ttea. and then wan ba MA B «B|b 

quo ■ 

"Not lltUe B». TH nmr be in Ktat««Batt 
WlTdMtlBiniBII, "^"^ 

-wtaatr rm 

bfce me~taor> 
"Wen, ru be— Of ali uung* -1— " 



**And rm not engaged- ■ Ihia la my flnt 
time, rve read abont Uda thbig, seen it acted, 
heard it in every phaae and manifesUtion. but 
thlB la my maiden contact wHh It— and lis 
nothing Uka what I imagBad." 

"Battery 

"Pbr better— and far worsel" 
**Whewl say, baba^ thla la aertoua. What 
are we going to do about itf 

"Suffer, fljcht. and. I hojir forcn '" 
"I hate to suffer, I don't want to fight, and 
I cant forget Why not take juat the oppoelte 
way— you love me. I love yoo— let's 4ove each 
other no w and how!" 

l>ini'tictiitt Lyes 
L i£A stood, contemplalhig, bar ayea down- 
^ caat A battle waa ngtim hi bar adnd 
and a atom was beatli« te her braaat. She 

waa no prude. A self-respecting, free-swing- 
ing, self-made girl, shr owed nothing to any- 
onr but herself Her life was hers to do with 

as ahe electcd-ahe ooukl Wreck It «r gvan end 



tt. aa her judgment er am her wtalm giiidfd 

ber. 

She was an orphan. 

No mother to guide her — or to nag her, 
olther. • 

Whatever she might do, there would be none 
to recriminate, few even to crltlelae. Her 
brother, th'' mAy blood kin she knew, waa 
younger, and he was usuaUy and was never 
reaUy dkiea to bar. 

Aa for that ancient bugaboo, "what people 
might say."- weU, what difference what they 
^J.ld:' If the few friends she mmelpd with 
turned agalnat her they wouldni be mlsead 
tnucii Her cuatoman would never boths. 
Moat of them were none too good. UuBaeelvai, 
and all of tbam would ralher have bought 
bargains from a girl with a clmd over har 
name than poor selections from a itaint 

After all. wasn't a whole lot of tha tradi- 
uonal horror of the uoconventlonal Jut auper- 
Btltlflua poppyocekf dad. tf tt wajmx how te 
•boold it ba annrad in eovnfc aialnet ao an- 



elattt a factor aa lova-gletlouA w v arb w rntli ^ 

love? 

.'^he gravitated In a world of loeae llelnaw 
w* dignBad even wltb the graetous Uesstng 
of that word. And thoae women seemed to 

enjoy life, and no Dghtnlnft bolts came down 
from above lo'iUike Uiem, and no one thraw 
raifei at thettL 

Would ThMt Tudee 

pjAD any other mnif In tiie world attempted 
to make such a suggestion as Leigh had 
vrnturcd. even though no actual sin was con- 
templated, she would have never let him flnkb 
It. Btttrtiawaataithegripafberflnt gnat 
Uifatoatlon. It dMad her. Not only was she 
madly captivated, but he was Cranston 

Lelph A girl would think twirr bptr>re nhe 
dUmlased him, even tX he did not "nglster" 
with her. 

dtae stood there for several minutea. aa the 
myriad ramlfleatlena sigiaggad Ihiwagb hv 



^Ml you what 111 do, man," she aald, whan 
BB at Mt tonad badt ta bim. *Tttri*|lag 
an a m n rt iii en l Bam t g wiUB . WML flea tt 

a vrtilrl onoe." 

And they set a time and a meetuig plaoew 
and he lefL 

Ourtng tba net of ttM day the aMBMM 
why Iba aMei-mp ayaeweman fwa- 
abH r eoladly and at 1 



Athatf-paat dght, Leigh, in his snappy Uttla 
ooupa, blew the bom before tha houae wb«ft 
Bia Uvad. and aba tripped down, medaiay hut 
perteeily dad. and joBad talm. itegr «ald 
llMla ttnu the ear reached the open roads. 

"I've given this a lot of thought since u-- 
I>arted ' iJie began. "Of course. I'm not aiaci- 
iv in >i uiental frame where I ran do coherent 
and logual analyUng But I've thootftt of 



-Tve decided. IT* decided to let you have 

jour <;>v»u way." 

What do you mean— which way— what 

»«j ?'" 

"Any way. I'm younl" 
''Ytoo— wait a minnta. yea take my bream 
away." 

•■You've beard It— aU or it. There were only 
two thlnga I could say to you— yes. or nn u 
I aald no, It would mean nothing: If I aaid yw. 
It would mean ovarrlhlng. Tbm daoWan was 
JBora baportant than aU the other laidiwiii 
In my wbela Ufa roDad togatbar. 

' A Good Girl 

"JHA'VE been a good glri In every »en»e of 
that word There la no wanton streak 
In me. I have a conscience, rrtlglma convlc- 
Uone, eedal ecruple^ eone bmaa gma and a 

_ ¥t 9t flUa; 

"But I am..ln love. It came over me like a 
eloudburU, and it drowned out all other ron- 

etdatatlons. &) I dended to .say yes- and a,s 

you get to know me better, you wiU learn that 
1 am no pUcar." 

Leitfti sat, aUent. and drove MMaudy. 

When be spcke. he said: 

"No' You, ftho hiivp M> niurh Uy give 
it rrerl>. (ullv and wlthrxji reaene. 1. who 
have 60 lliUe u: (five can t accept IL If you'd 
made me fighi for it, or lie for U. or acbtttta 
for It, I would have had tba game, ifa ena 
tblng to hunt and anottwr ta JnB kUL" 

Bw sighed. 

Tm sorry, rm not wtttt l told you. I 
mean it an^ tuna you want to take up tha 
opiion. rm aeny that you cant sea your way 
tolt. Xlovayouf«y. vatTOUMh. Nosaerlfloe 
oouM be too moeb Cor me to auke for you." 
honey, yaa^ (ha avMtait* the fipBt. 

II) e squarest) 

"And m make yoa a new and aminiHii 
prapoelUan. 

'^ou want to dva me all you bava. Ten 
knew X am to marry another woman. I burst 
bito your serene life and stood It on end. upaet 
your whole scheme of living and thinking and 
feeling. deatnq«d the standards you have in- 
herited and obarlshed and am! yen bB 

noChbig and give everyUUng." 

"PMb my heart, and wtlh my heart-year 

"Than, sweetheart. Usten. 

"When T left you this morning. I went to 
(Hiitir siic ,1(1(1 I have been having it for 
weeks. We gel along Uke a ooupla of atni«e 
buUdoga alwaya. I put U up to bar oold lur- 
bey-Bat we wei* mJimaled and would never 
dlflk off aaytbtaiv but a horriUe boat She 
agreed wlUi me and trumped tm. BP wa eaUad 
the whole foollshnesa off." 

"1 am free to marry you. Bba. 80 L too,, 
can offer you cvetTthlog X here and now t 
have everyUiBg, X waniad you aaawar Am. 
X know X love you. and how much: i wanted to 
be sure you loved me, and how much i sm 
sure enfMigli nabe» -will you marry me?" 

"I told you.' she whlspareC "there is noihuig 
I wouldn't da for yon." 



Plan Made for Another Descent on Famous Cocas Island 



By OAFT. D. BMNABD. hi XbUly IfliNr 

B8FOR2 I leeB my oate^ ticket i was 
fuU to the badt teeth with treasure 
romance. Today I ntiii have the 
dlseaai. I could put down roughly on a chart 
vhwe all tha anthenUaated wagM tnaeufea 
bava nak. some have been leeevered; many 
remain to tmUate the im,^^h^^ ^ qih ^nd 
youns Some are tm wfMfca: ama pinle 
hoards. 

There are eome parUy dlsdoaed caches of 

wealth. Thla Is our it i* the great^M of all 

the Ittrate hoard<« r.n cocas. the treasure of 
Benito Bonito. t nr i lAUan pirate, whose 
annals are more replete with mthleas deeik 
than any othen of the ptimte ee nf edeia ei e e . 

the portton of the Island of Oeeaa where the 
tnaaure la aaaumed to be burled has gone 
undT in ooaet ereelca. and a low strata of 
the beach Is now under shallow water. 

Of the many expedKkma made to the udand 
none suHpeHed the resl cauae Of disappoint- 
ment A shipmaster and ht^ wife Uved for a 
kmg period on Cocax ' 'opa of uimarth- 
tng the gold and jewcu. Then tha eblaf 
oaeer ol a BrtttiB ^ nwi^a ta raeover- 
Ing as much as ha eaold eany en hie 
without raising Aa enplidtaa of bta 
the staff la thata aB rfebt M «Ba wU 
ftad^r 

In pre-war days I waa nhipmat^^i with a 

Sootsman MarlnropT.h who had beer nit ', 
rating officer on a large yacht chcrterad by 
two London matdaa ladlaa to laik the Ooeae 
treaaura. 

"We sprat ten manths en Ceeas." Ma« Md 
th' "and after baminit % •■TUin^ «rifi 

findinx nothlns, the ladles nid that iha aa- 
p^difiof^ vas weU worth white. What Mht 
bad Mat in maney tbig had galMd ta 
tlMT were aa m ae a baaB 

r01l]ri rr;ike IBBL 

Wr had an ebHWtaiiie of leod. and wcrked 
to a regular routine We wouU dig. oat Md 
every dw ta tan Beg 



We dtsoorered several caves under the sea 
rllff-;, and T . riain !hat It was In one 

of thew thai Captain Fred Thompson, of the 
Mary Dyer, Md when he waa being aotafht 
for by the eearob party frooi the Mnnlaa 
wandiip." 

The Capuin Fred DMnipBOa, to whom 
"Mae ' referred, wea llw 1 an ftdwdlel ainrant 
of Bontto the ftrata. ltde la the etogy: 

Bonlto had tong punned a bloody eeaiM to- 
wards great weath, and had from tme to ttake 
deposited bis gataa cn the Oooaa. 'men oeaM 

his fall- like that of Tearh and ninrkbeard 

After Bonlto had put the crew ol a Spanish 
dblp to the sword there were berrtbto acenee 
when the weeeen were me l ietBd. A prteet at- 
tawiplad to taterveae. taut he was brutaltr 
stabbed. As he lay dyins ' iiirr- h^vn a 
curse on Booito He pray d iha: nriiher the 
pirate oor his trenxure nhould rive him beoT' 

f U. ncr AeukI the greed of gold be advanteiie 
to anyane tbAMidh etea tmnde It paetad. 

Ftom that time onward the turk nf Boniio 
changed Better had he not taken the 
trewure < hrsi from the Spanlfth .liilp .Vtlel de 
L«jna The amount was so great Chat the 
eeew ef the ptaato ship wmit wOd at tae sight 
e< to ameb phadar. TiMy plaaMd ta anardar 
Benito, and wouM have snoeeeded had It not 

been for FVed Thompson, a f»irg r.ve)ish boy 
- -taken frr>m a British ship Which the pirabe 
raided and san k — wtto wae iBtoed M aCC as 
Boittto'a aervanL 

Ihoeipeeti was sent forward to spy en tae 

crew The pira*^ 'h\\- .;tii(Hi iyn.m tha Onoei 
and [V^nit>/ i»dded tttk huge plunder to lUs 
Kid<ien hOMrd ATter \b« tad bUTMd 

treaaure Bontto oaOadlMetaer Ma 



the mastA wrrf i jim«-<i away Under Jury rig, 
-ihr limped mio vs)paraLKx and cama to an 
anchor off the .Plaaa, where bar umveeted 
arrlni put the pert aatherBlM on their guard. 

BeoHa was caught and awWB higb and dry 
hi Tataarmlso Harbor. 

nwapaen, tae bey. followed the sea antU 
'he gataed auftlBlent knowiedse i/> ebtata 
oommand. and his brig. Mary Dyer, under the 
Bnu«': fi.u: lAiia a favotite ship Had not a 
revolution broken out at Xiaa whan hla dUp 
lay at OaUaft the port of tha etty. a dlflarant 
history of Oocas ml«ht have been wrttlm. 

The refuireen and the autiionucs of 
ueajsur. . -rietf the Mary Dyer and 
trusted "^"ander to safeguard the 
treawnnee and ptato of the tiwu el i a a A afiieafli 
of pock mulos. guarded bv 'j^ldiem, brought 
the major portion of the ntv f- we^jLh and had 
U slowed under hatrhe* Then, to make more 
- oartain of Us safety, they aaked ntempean to 
take B attd aBtadtUe atap Mt df 



the 
her 



Hie wealth under the hatches ot the Mary 

Dyer .ir-' ^,'^'^■\ 1 - rr. r ! He that«ht of the 
plunder burled at Cocas, whkh he alone knew 
of If he oouM bury fbnre Metow tbmw Ae 
he wcciM be the rlcheat man In the world 

Be fell a virtJm of greed, and when nl«ht 
clodrr r ,'M- ^ favorrd brerr.e blew r,r (he 

land. I ,r ijTdrred the caMe to be qmatly altpped. 



a ahlpwrecked mariner, and Uved to serve on 
ooean ships aaUlng from Liverpo<>i Me 
died whOe planning with a mate l ii n-n 
Wall*r Keatlrtg to lift the treasure. Keating 
afterwards visued Crxan and found thM Ma 

crew had planned to murder bbn. aaMe the 
teaataia. and labe the gMp to the fuia. or 

"pr-rtty girl i..,:nnrtf« " nn they War* termed. 

He secreted doubloons to the valua ef OjOOIt 
on hla penen. and returned bene. Then to 
iMg ta UMtaeed a citato Johnstone, of the 
OauntM. to ga to Ita laland. They niieri a 
rnii^t. kit bag wlta as many Jewelr 
n.,i,.i... unnrd as they oould cany between 
thi-m an'f Lhey gni under^alL Whan a few 
yards from tta beach a equall ^Met tba frr af j 
Bad Iba tneea wae itot 

The curve put on the treasure by the 
Ish priest was recaUad. end Ita timmn 
•bandonad after twa men bad nwly Ml 
their BveA tfte thhd tane Keating tousht 
•he trmmre was erlth Captain Harkett in 
laai They both tfA* (eier «nd died before 
they cmld unearth the ptrate s heard. It baa 





tie had cocnpiatad MwTtaB tag tblrg 
land m teeaewe when tta Perwrtaa 
tato tta 
tae lib em There 

hand-t/v ha.r.'l tirhi and the cr^ of the 
Mary Drer w*^e overpowered. It was f< 
that f h' rrwi TalnaMr ipoU had been 
A eaarch party eat eatara failed to Itad 

to * earn 



Iteasne Trw i e W a t ioi of BlgtBI -Ttw sMreh 

for treajriire ran never be ihrim nf iv ■ i ,.ux*' 
Today a ship is being shaped by an AmerKau 
miUlcnalre to recover the trvaaure of tta re- 
Xelaad. Iba aHp «« ta mted 
MP hla been fitted before: tt' 

deep sater rtmrMc apparai<i». elertrV 
eearchitahu and a hundred "gad- 
gets' whirh aU earlier treaiiure trove ahlpa 
and ttuemh ita tata tt 



A Jockey'B Emd 




tae ataO of hla favarit* yiotm hi » ^rh^n 

the hf'T-r , . , , -^ri IM 

and had oe»n a jockey before Uu tfirrtrmn 



The Beacjt of Terror 



By BEATRICE GRIM SHAW 
lllustrttc4.bty HUGH HUTTON 



1 



Mcmed M U the men of VeU werr 
■MIIHllH lOa turn m bee*. They 
BUM wU4laf •roond lo MpriotM dnl« 
ttist lud wm out centre, nam taottwr; ttaty 

jiwf[>' 1(1 <lLiiutti;; (To»(l5 If'iiii tnd t'l rnd dl 
thr t>each, tlicy Meiiird wiUiom*. sr*ii*,(' nithOUt 

reuon In Uwlr behAvlor; and m-^ 

y«i Mmk «m iWipMe in Uuwe d*rk Uca*. 
nw am awp Uw » Mmd'a, btawlh onr- 
huiiliis brom, ttw emil, detar moatl». 
fthowcd oooe of the usual duoe tntoadcatlon 
with wtuch QluUvA. in htA tfw weeta' stay, woa 
aimdy faniilia. . The men of Yda today knew 
«hat they were abool; uA tb^ ««• HlWtalr 
about ■omfUitnip 

Whatt 

When you have ilafced your life to go tradtag 
on the Uut, loneliest Island ouUymg tht! loni 
tall Of I'iipuM. you do no' [iua uniiolicrd any 
peculiar action ou the pari of the lively sav- 
aCM aaonc whom your lot iB cast. True, you 
art Uba aoune o( lobaoco^ tba fount Inn wbloli 
flav calloo. tinned salmon, keroMOf, tona- 
hawkA, -^fiM-r. And you ara tbera- 

lorc ^aIe il ifcncr&l rule. But all rules 
have their excepUona. Blades chat day began 
to wuidar artaeUiar an aicepUon inicht not be 
■bout to oeeur. * 

Blnce the day when he ran In beiteatta^tbe 
dark to«-er of Yela alone wltti tUa Uland crew, 
hlA s[f<rr'^. juid hiA high advantura. Ri-hard 
Blades, twenty-aix, aforetime senior clerk of a 
Sydney real estate firm, had known dflighL>. - 
intfmlfaWnB, bumlnc delUbu— ot wboae vary 
attotecea bo bad never bafera bad a» okudi aa 
a an^lrton ^ 

People Antagonized 
TT waa worth antamUbis your people, irtio 
* tboughl that flotof to the bbmda ma 

ffotaw to the devU, It waa wortu loetnc yw 
diaaee of a Junior partnsnhlp. It was worth. 

the madnf!* of npendlng all of t.he only legacy 
you had ever had, or ever would bare, at a 
statte blow. Worth it all to be so supremely 
your own maaUr Iraa beyond aU wlUeet 
dreams of fraaten. alone ta buDdredi of mUas 
of nni, amid bpauty snd wonder unlmaglned. 
a-lth ymir brown thatched hut and your palms 
and your boatr-pbmaaF* advanmt kkog af 
your little world. 

The Yela man had been prekty deomt, on 
the whole. They hadn't had a trader there 
slnee tbty killad the last one years ago— an 
unpulslva act bitterly regrpllod becaiuip the 
iHr-ofT god called "Ciovun'-n ' had wukp up, 
:.'nt a man-of-war, and .■sma.vhrd their villages 

Blades, oomlng up la a oranky ketch from 
anaaial. had baen qulla veloome. They let 
hbn buUd Ml hut OB tte beach ; they sold him 
food, brought oocoaMlts, and became very 
anxioua to know nhcrc, whati apd hosr VHfilt 
his trade goods might be. 

But Bladaa, warned beforehand, had not 
broucht <tiam jn! He had only enough to 
btiy food vrlttL Tbe MtUx was to call aialn, 
hriiiKi'^s thp BtorpA that he hn'i ViTn just aUa 
lo buy with Uie last ?(iup<"-".«l out drops' of his 
Irifocv Not much, but rnough to make a start. 

All his chances In life now, such as they 
were. If ha falled'io make good aa a l«mdar 
here on lonely Ytfa, wtfl— ha had kept back 
a little, which would take htm to Sydney 
again, to the otHce attain ithey wmild Rtve 
him Bnother cJiance) lo the morning ferry up 
from Mosman. wlLh the sun-glll wavp^ racing 
in from Sydney Heads behind, and the dust- 
awapt dty opaolng out bafera. To Heather 
Wilson, his ooe-dma fliuoae, who had thrown 
him ove^ for a OMl ofHeer, lost the officer, 
nn i expKsaad hBMlf ready to take* at . be 
ukrn gafik. 

Heather would take him. The ofBoa would 
take him— Bladea waa a bdnt lalaBBiini Syd- 
ney would take hlm.tluiM talm, navar lo let 
turn goagato. 

Copra Ran High 
A LL— tt ha failed on Yela. It would be safe 
^ to bring hia goods along aoon. Yela waa 
crowded wtlh eoeoanuta. Oopra ran high at 
Samara! that year. He'd make, not a fortune, 
but rnough to %t*rl his own plantation In a 
year or two. And he would go on being a king. 

Thus Bladaa with his dream. But there was 
much unwordad, not to be toU, In that dream; 
things to do with high mooalains baited In 

mini, golden btrd> mid green and blue buttrr- 
fUfa. orchldA pair fto i e flowrni on a window 
pane; deeps, belo '.'-rhiuicing hills, wherr 
UnWwhlte c o ckaiooe soared screaming, reflect- 
ed la the agato-ocdorad watv: and Ung, 
bright, moving flawa> like cracks In a crystal. 

tiwed where mysterious beasts of the sub- 
mne world went viewless by Tlif-pr were 
time* when It almost shocked him to think of 
it all. he liked It so. 

ThttSk whan ha saw tha mllUng of (he nan 
on the ttMOb. and eeAd rathar tlua knaw 
that It pogtanded troubia of aoma ktaid. h« was 
aA much concerrwd for the proapaeta of his 
posAlble trading aa for any risk to hbttSaU 

Indeed, that last did not seem to mallsi 
mudi. 

The ketoh was due again any tbna now. 
with the oaUoa the keroaetie, moulb organs, 
knlvca, tomahawks, adsee, G^pM Maea, !»• 
baooD, and tinned salmon. 

If he kept on good terms with the Yela men. 
It would be sale to land thaaa: to start real 
wait straight amy, ailbMt fMr that ha wvuM 
iy> made lha estml flgon to ana of the 
-^Lrangiuig partMs that wan and rtin are a 
notable part of Yela Ufe. But. if he gist toto 
trouble with tha Island loQt (and how hard U 
was to fc«Bp out Id traubto by thii tinai Itoara 
would ba xkotbliv te li but to toka hla geoA 
, and himaalf bioK to fldmaral. Kve his neck, 
and abaiwhm the litand drmm 

This wasn't the middle of the nlnet««nth 
centur\ *hen unexpl'wred fields, were as cam- 
man as shells about tha shoraa of the PadAe 
world. BkdH kaav HHllbr IUm tk «i 
•My Yela ar aottdBg. 



MM- had been nqaattlng on the -.and work- 
iuti IK native bo* drill upon the t>egiiiniiigs of 
b cLuiuiheM bracelet, until the nUlUivg began. 
Then be had risen and melted into the trader's 

SladBi^ kicking after bin, aaw that libb bad 
eloaed the door, tt gave Mm aa odd. evaeiv ' 

(eeluig donnilha iplBa. 

Neverlheleaa. he Stood hla grmii '! Hr kru * 
'.hill Ihew iithlftk- L.i >;.■.'! ih<* 

beach and the bills, who never earned weapooa 
of any klBd, vbo d i sss i d tn a doaen biops of 
pandanns rep* and a aaaar of red clay, ware 
the most expert, the meet detenntned mur- 
derers In the whole Psrlflc world ,^ nuin 
not a maji. among the Yela folk iill Ur imd 
kUled 

Strange to aay. ha rather liked the Vela 
mttk. Itkey were funny baggan; they enjoyed 

a >oke: they were hard workers In thetr way, 
and he mupectcd them of (XMScaslng plenty of 
unexploiicd bratn power. Aa for the murdef- 
ing. all savages did It; all of them bad to be 
taught. Hb thooght he mWt da a Wt .of 
fngfitiing , , , 

Btit ttUa queer jMnmocv on tha baadi— 
what did H mean and whither waa 11 IsaittDgt 

"Mbh*" he called cautiou&ly 

' Veaslr?" came trooi within the hub 

"What name this feUer makem?" 

"Him makem daoaa bdang Ug-f aUo- aian ha' 
dla." 

"Ho. chlaf'a funnll" aald Bladaa to htaa-. 
.^eif Then to Mbh. '*Wbat fOT ba too nueit 
run-about?" 

Itut Y^ men nrrr circling and milling 
mora than aver. Each eyed the othen llerody. 
yet wltti aGBartfalng. vary Ufca tatnr. A aom- 
mon antagaolam, a oooimon dread, seemed to 
possess them; and plainly they were waiting 
for something. 

Mbh had not answered. Blades rejicated his 
quartton. ntn the b ack ^ the but, outside 
apparentib^, and aacendiA the eUHt. earns down 
a brief reply. 

"Altogether hlrr. U-olt r^r sntn'oiie him kill." 

TTien there wat. fi fMHi ■--'iirirt i f '.rrambllna. 
and of Mbh no morr 

With a cold shock. Richard Blades realized 
the truth. U was tha oorameooement of the 
man-hunt that foOows a dilatii death: tha 
hunt that-^lfce aU other hunle— gives the In- 
tended victim a chance, in order to secure 
good nport. Blades knew of it. He knew that, 
once fttjirted, the hunt would follou- reIenlle.s^■ 
ly over nuMintaln and gorge, through torrent 
and tbroiMlh jungla, for days, If need be, tmUl 
HI itutt tha man waa caught and tha flra aga- 
cuUonent closed around htm. 

Only Hare Needed 
r^NLY the hara waa needed to begin; and 

^ no ooa— yet— knew whom ctM ^taare 
would be. That was as It hsppened. 

Hence the whirling, the mlUtng. the con- 
tinual dotting <A the crowd, tor a moment, 
areond some man, who suooaeded— Baaven 
and his need alone knew howt— In diverting 
the stream of death, making himself part of the 

iitre;ini EiruJ .setting it t.oward Hnother victim. 
Not. yet had (.he unmiisLakabte choice fallen; 
but soon, surely soon, it would— 

By Heaven. U had fallen! Bbutos felt sick 
when ha aaw the crowd whirl cleeer and closer 
srouTMl one common centre, like bees that have 
found their queen Saw the fierce bolltng up 
that enfTued. a& *he vK-tlm made one lait strug- 
gle against his hideous lit. Saw — worse than 



on a rapalr of the corduroy floor. «hlrh had 
been damaged by an overturnixl cue of good« 
It was an excellent iXlm Bladea. wninrvl b. 
Samaral folk of the foot wearliMss that comes 
with the true native^ floor of ^elagy palm 
rilpB dogle-layerad. had made ttUa oaa triple : 
atrtmen or hand wood. )olato eC pahb apUt 
laiga. flooring nne split palm, laid a.i even 
the flngerd of a hand. It made a thick 
uyer eighteen hwhas throvvb, and Bladaa was 
proud of tt 



WV aft 



li 



Hepmring Floor 

i . i^'ti LO work ramovlng the damaged scc- 
tifm Flooring and Joists were cracked, 
bui the stringers ware taitaot, B stwe e n them, 
aa ha bftod away the brofctti plaeas, abowad a 
nanow, grava-bka igiaoe. Bladai. ttto la 
band, studied It for a mtnutt. 



Far a moment the two bNfcad>a* 

motionless. The se 
!:> forest a wbUa 
up and scrsaraed. 

"Sooieihlog moving about." thought nne halt 
ef Blade's aalad; the other haU was ftxed on 
tha ghl 

He iww her stretch one arm out and point 
with It twice oiKr w the forest and onee at 
Blade's own hut- ntni ihe fockai^" - h"i 
agahk, and Blades turned his head lu louk. 
Whan ba tornad U baok asafei, ttaara ««i na 
fbi 

Vinon* in ihe Mf(ht 

VJOT at all oertaln that he had drfiimed 
her^-ier Richard Blades knew wrU the 
vlaleu that eoma to a lonely man— he lowered 
Ma lantern and eloaed the door. 



ttaqr aofaotaled about baaaath Uu hut. 
hsaw ttet H mm aal toba auNb to 
the att«MMB attanttan of thaaa faMaa 
—a broban dnd of bamboo haagtog dawn, 
balga to tha flogrtog- 

Paek CdOmd Off 

IT seen^ed an hour— tt aouU oat hava 



man than five mlmttae— bafor* ttia 

of the pack called off his roatea Ttiey masaed 
themselvea wgetlier lii front of the hut. and 
Mbh. driven on (roni behind iidvaticed 

"nn want to sawy, ' said Mbh, "you bin 
Bea-fl« thW manr* 

-No. ' an-iwered niadaa, wlthaot h aelto t lo n 
■ Him talk. ' sajd Mbh agreeably, "suppose 

you sce-em thl.s mai: im tell him makcm one" 
—something unpronounceable — "btfong yotL" 
Wltboat daubt, ttia aemaltatog wro- 




A dwdow faO la tha opm docmy. Tha ibapa ot ft tbM bba uliat ba waa (obig to asa before It Itttad blg baad* Itank NODil ttwri^ 



"Not a bad idea." he said, talklns to him- 
self, as soUtarr men will dn 

He got a few pieces of sawn timber irom the 
broken oaaa, and nailed them between the 
stringers, making a kind of long, shallow boa 
below the floor. Ba took his raaerva of attek 
tobacco—the gold of the inlanda and rtowed 
It m the box. ^ 

"Oood." ht said, repbtclng the eeeUan of 
black pabn. laced togethar and repabad. 

lUohard Bladea could not raat that mght. 
Two lhlng.it oppressed him. One was the 
thought of the hunt One couldn't sleep with 
that tn one a mind Nor could one even lie 
down, obsessed unreasonably, as Blades was 




Youth Ctdled Mbh 

[S had aegttlrad a aort of aarvaot— a youth 
to tbguti, taauy milsa 

away, met with mtoer*. and loomed a bit of 
pidgto BagUab. Hie youth was ailed kIMi. as 
'ttaal. 



Bladea y a ml v ed that. wMkant any warning, he wa> being called opon to nabaa chefoa b il a w 

another man's Ufe snd his own. 



all— the crowd ptirl letting the "Baia" tt the 
hunt get dear away, the while (bay gave 
tongue to a roaring, brassy MNig. 

Sana waeka agohe weUld have triad to baai 
oil the eroMTd— aato tha Bare fk«n thaaa Maa- 
how, Now he knew better. 

Re could not look on. He knew without 
looking that Uie hare had lofpa away into the 
cUmhUig foresU; that the hounda. ooneokiuaty 
delaying, were hfgmnlpg to troi lalaiirili atoag 
tha baaoh. allaot new. oaetly aa aidnal 
hounds are iAmd they get down to their work. 

Be let them pan by and vnt Into his but 

Mbh was gone The Afternoon sun glided 
the floor The nee liaped on the sand a Uttle 
wayoutoida. Bladaa, haarliw that aouod. nal- 
laad Ma utty lai^Hiai, tfte dlatoanaa. the sw 
that lay batatgv bta tnd hi- kind 
mgfaH aUM. W» got tunueif a meal, lit the 
and. tor vay or aeoivaMaB. ogl to wnk 



by the eoavletlan that 
near the hut. 

He bad not heard a eound. save indtHnWt 
rustttnga. Ha had laakad out. and aaoo 
DMBiag. twiea. Now he took Ms laatom and 

went to the door n third tune 

He swung the lant*m lugh o^-rr his head 

He had half-expected to catch Ught of the 
fuglUve. Not knowing whether the fellow 
might not double baA— haiw, bumaa ar au- 
aaal. often did. Bat what he saw— tt te did 
sea II— waa aneh more amaaing 

It waa tba face of a naUve girl high up in 
a Ine. She seamed to ei^ froaea, m the 
light of the hurtara. 

Bar ayee Van haga and blacfc and my 
sMalag. like tha eyea ef soft, mgbt-wandcrtng 

creator** lemurs. '»po«iiium*i Rhe had th*" na- 
tive hair, full and upataoding m a halo above 
barlbflaLb«li»aa«M 



Rain came thrashing the roof of bis but. 
drowning Ihoughl and Aen.sAtmn in one cata- 
clysmsd roar. Battered into inicn-slbllity he 
slept Yet, through his sleep, the ceruinty 
of an aUau praaaoM peraUtod, and woke him 
up at brift. 

Light bad oome. falnUy. There was a little 
noise outside— a famt whining, like that of a 
doR 'hat hiid bern irK out and forgottoo. Bttt 
Richard Blades had no dog. 

He went to the badt door. Through a hole 
to the boards ha looked out. Somathioc was 
crouched on tha ground. Re had to look agato 
before he saw It was a man 

In the foreat the ODC|taUMM began to scream. 
"Ah, ahl" they went "Someone eomlag. Ah. 
ah, ah. ah— many people oemlngi*' 

You can trust the cockatoos; Richard knew 
I hat He wiusted no more time The hare had 
doubled; the hound£ were after It. During the 
dark It bad lain hidden Now daylight vas 
betraying it, and the hunt was up once more. 

One swift itap took hbn out of the house; 
two slow. labOltog Jtaps. wllh a hft and a 
heave, brought him hmtHL He laid the wretrhed 
i&lander upon the floor. This had been a man, 
and a fine one, yesterday. Today his all but 
naked body was doited with Uack nud add 
red clay. He woa bleeding from thortu, 
seratchr.s. and rut by stones. Purrowa marred 
brnnn cheekA that had been round and young 
Inst night The man's pulse, lalnt and last, 
fluttered like a Urd escaptog— nearly aicapad* 

Blades forced whisky and watar toto tha 
rreatnre's mouth* and aaw him ravlva. cfaok- 
inc a utile iTti aalfl anmrlhlng in itw ■hartli^ 
^>la tongue. 

1 understand, old man." soothingly replied 
tie trader. '^H oava you." But ba was not at 
.11 itire ha oould. 

It w-aa full dawn now The shriek of the 
r^ru katoos wa.~. growing tranltc The hunted 
tnan heard He began to Oton about lha hilt, 
wildly seeking covert 

"Ibay'ra eeaUngl" he pamcd. 

DUADES did not know the Impotudble YeU 
tongue, but he could translate that with- 
out trouble. Alao tba pftoooi "Halp mal" 

"Tht aafal" he thougM laiaaiidiaUm Ms 
night's work. 

He took up the necrion nt pUiii*>ri flooring, 
tossed out the tobacco, and motioned to the 
Yela man to hide. It was the only chance. 

Hia aoraechlng of the ooefcataoa was abaoet 
downed to louder yaOa eemtng down from tba 
foraetod helghte abofa. The boanda waia eoa- 
Ing now: were surely near. 

Into the hole went the Yela man. The 
iradv polled the aectlon of flooring into place, 
dnw the mat ootopofltaodaatthabed 
ovar all. 

It seemed aearealy a aUnuto bafore tha wlnte 
houie waa auiluuto tofl Bv ftUt^. yrigtos ana- 

turea 

Richard flung open the back door. No use 
trying lo keep tfaam out— thay ware on tha 
a l iaa dy . Seaaa af than ran undsr the 
A nohd doaaa bunt toto the one rnum 
that made the boase and oOoe ct the trader 
AmofiK 't.rir- paiolaC a& M aaaaaes- 
nUtable, wa« MUl 

•sahwf Bia naB, olgAr. 

hla Upa. 

Tve done my bwt " he said ar>d wntrhM 
the hunt ■ l ^upprxe ■ he thouehi 'that r«in 
out the bsggar's footmarka and pus- 



nonneeaUe mea&t -iun'* or Ite equivalent If 

he were concealing ■ ■■ ■ th, he might ei- 
pect lo even -ip rhli.r i .V;lng a victim of 
him . . . 

Biadee perceived thai, wiUiout any wanUng, 
ho WH batog called upon to make ehotoa 
between another man's Ufe and hla own^ j|t 
surprised him a little; but what sucprlaad iHttl 
more was his Immediate oertatoty ttw^ Hwe 
oouJd be no choice but one. 

"Tell them to go to the deuce." he aruiwered 
aa promptly, within himself aomelJiIng ssmOI 
and aotonlihad whlaperad: It Ihia li Ibtim a 
hero, iJiere isn't much in It. after all 

Hi.s IndlfTcrrnce i»e«med lo pique the Yela 
men They muttered and grumbled But 

Bladea. who waa learning very fast in the 
sharp aebool of daagar, p a iu a lv ed that tba 
huntu^ lodk waa ghainl from their laofi. 
And Mbh, greatly daring turned hi.i head 
av»y from i hr i r owd tn nrnd maalcr n 
secret signal he tiad learned from white men 
to TegiiTa ■ Bbraage algnat that fmnilttort to 
cloitog Doa gra whUa yott kept tba other open. 

'^ey^ MUy UuBtog." waa what the algaal 
fiald. It .wid also: "I jmned in to tiave my 
own bacon, but I don t mean tt. You can rely 
on me." 

It oocurrad to Bladea that ha bad baaa a 
hero for nothing— If any man ever la a hero 

for nothing, which Is a point thai would bear 
elaboration. He said: "Tell them to go and 
look sonawbara aloa.** 

Btood Lttat Dying Qui 

\jfBH under--tood. tmnBlat*^ The blood 
lu&t was dying out tn iheM men, they 
were esreedtogly tutd and alto ajflimiU' 
hungry. 

-Ubh." Blades said, give these men the last 

of the bL'ciilL'* and meau and tell them to taJte 
It down to the Jaggega and eat it there. As 
for you, oome In and sweep ton itioo, or HI 
bust your head open." 
ntmmr." aatolad UM hunter. *'Bw eomtog.'* 
me Jaggega, a clr^ of flat etooea. lay 
farther down the beach. Blictiit and tinned 
meat were not Ihe unuaJ fare of those who 
plcknicked there. But ydur Vela man Is. above 
all things, practical i which will be bis salva- 
tion one day) being alwaya aaady to tafta the 
casta and let the cndit go 

The credit, In the rhapr of a \rT\ wrrtched 
human being. Uy underneath Bladr a rinrrr. 
Willie a score or vi nt tired, disappointed, and 
utterly run-oufc huntars devoured the caah. 

Tray Waa van that tha katab a«y tara up 
thia vaofc,* raoMUfead Bladea to UbM0. 

-Yaarir.* agreed the repeniafkt Wi. busy 

raising diut * 

"You don't undeniand. ' went on Blades, lor 
the sake of hearing himself talk, "But, apart 
ffom tba atoras, tt'a full ttow aoaMbody came 
along to heap asa saaew t waa aastog ghosts 
laiit night thlnv that dgst exist. Lovely 
giru, my Mbh. whsn no gMa were there." 

Mbh seamed to catch a ward ba kMV. 

"TBoa dia aaaM," be 

*Wha la Ike aasM of tta 
istKmr 



,\o Dream 
J^sa. aarprWngly. potntad to lha Mg 

ltd 



••You sound like Einstein When *he oome, 

ahf 

"Tnata hbn ooma tham time altcgether men 
torn go ftatkal akog big danaaL" 

"Oh, there's a funeral dance on, Is theret" 
*-Cloee-up dance.' agreed Mbh "Me go." 
1 Ai-.li '.on <ADuld. ' muttered Blades. "No 
knowing how long the chap lo there'll hold 
out . . . What^ Tama cooiing for?" 

"Uook for Buw belong Itfgk. liOOft. eiw i ' f - 
where ; makem blanky row.* 

Oh .^he'B Ow girt Of ibg otap ftop «■« 

hiniiing?" 

• Yeasir Me go now." 
"Oo^ and good hick to you.** 
Tba hat was empty now, save HbHailag and 
his iinewm visitor. Anxious as he waa, ha did 
not dare to make any investigation until the 
Kound of the hunting i)«rty coming up from 
thesJaggcga has passed and died sway; until, 
far distant a ne|aa<af shouttog and haUooing 
prpdahnad tha eeauneaeemant of the funeral 
daaoa. Tban ha Uftad tha mat, pullai^ back 
, at llqaMtaigt diMt tookad toalda. 



Jfte Open Door 

A VKADOW feU U the open dOGgW. TiM 
tfsape of It told hbn what to itoa tolhg 

io see before be lifted his head. 

Tnma stood there. Her hair, soft as feathers, 
shook In the amd from the Nea. It wa.*, a cool 
and beaUIUUl morning, a day^ on which to Uva 
and lofOh IB aMPt ^ yaara ahsad. 

me man waa dying. Bladea knav it now. 
Tnma knew It Her little faee waa yellow |Mle 

ae she crouched on the tnn'.A beside the splen- 
did crralure whtj h»d been driven to death. 
She rocked hrrf-rir *hlm;>ered Ukf somo 

npatt funy thtog that mourns la the dark of 
lto1bNak4l^i||b£, 

The man «B Uto-ltoor flung out his arma to 
a quivering qiaatA. Almost immediately they 
(tank and fell. His head rolled to one side snd 
he twtainf very stiU. From Tnma's lover, love 
and lUabad pasead 

Bladaa left the girl eroootog gad oObMPB on 
the floor of the hut. and «ebt fto^ to oun 

himbelf on thr be;u h 

When he ir&me bAck to Uie hut, Tnma was 
gone, and so wsa Uie ptilful corpse. By the 
dW.praaaura of UtUa feat l^ tba damp earth, 
sad <te toavftb dova ta tba oaa* Bladaa knew 
how and whllher the dead man had departMl. 

Some few days later, Blades. iUs tiore hall- 
rolled with new trade goods, went down ^e 
beach to the native village. He kr\ew where 
Ttona ttVOd hf tbla time; he had learned a 
good deal about her from Mbh. Tba dead 
man. It aeemed, thougta betrothed, had bean 
alow In paying up TnniA u-aa high-prlred; 
her family counted f»n her io aiAkf ihem rich; 
ahe would not wed .noon, 

"AU tha bettor. " ^aounuitad Bladoi- She 
daaarvail MIMtiitat'lMIMrttMBaMdPfa. sba 

was rare. fine, plucky, as well as pretty. Ubb 
was fond of her— anyone oould see that but 
aha vaon^ aMaat forlM » * 

/^DTBZDB the hut whore Tanm and bar 
brothen Uved, Bladea thought he reoog- 

ntzed the prelim in an r.s lo a feast. A band of 
men stood waJtuig for wmcthmg, silent, pa- 
tient, outside. There seemed to be a pig In the 

pMdla pf tt. Ogbitog. nwy wm tmvotog it 
iW(~ to>«HTr M waa^ BUddniXr it eeraamad. 

and -It was not a pltt 

"They're going to kiU herr BlaUes thought, 
and leaped forward. 

Mbh wsA there, a face thr^" *,hndeA blacker 
thui usual. Tnma wa» ii.>T<f. lying on the 
ground, her hands and feet tied 

-What ibay pm$r- Bladea daoiaiidad 
neraaly. 

"Altogether thia man bf bWCBt. flnty 

payem, flenty," answered Ubh. 

"lA or.r fit ihera to marr>' her?" 

Mbh ahook blB head; uttered one native 
word. Bladaa laav tt^ dsai^lMtfa bla Mood 
run oold. 

The men had aubenlbed to purrhaM little 
Trun.!, were going tfi live ui>nii iif-t l)f.nity . 

Ptom (he fetlerrd girl rame a dcjpainng 
wall. She turned her head to look at Blsdes. 

"Mbh." aald tba trader, hoHbi« bbaoalf ifi- 
gather wttta an btimanaa effoitk ten aioie toik 
to tm pOople for me 

"nyn them that Uiey are not to do this. Tell 
them that I am rich, and I will buy "nana for 
far mare than theaa nan eauid flva." 

SOh translased. 

TTie fumlly m»de answer afier rrmsiiltaflon. 
It would take nothing leH for Tnma than the 
whole contents of Blsde'B store. 

"Contoood lb," said Blades, kiatog hla tem- 
per, "whet do ibey rocksn I'm getng to Ufa on, 
and wtaeee an ] to Uva, If they rato awT 

In Doubt 
ViffBH eiplainad that the family dtdat eare 
a cine. Ibey raenmmended Idm to 
make up his mind qulcbly. 

Awiiy! Yes. If he lost hln grx>ds, the gf»odi 
that fttood between him snd an Ignominious 
return lo town and >ob, he might aa well go- 
away. Tobnythaglilwaetolaaatba wbdto 
life he hsd planned 

"II I no good," fthneked the JielflAh Uule 
Rpint that lives hidden m all ot us "You 
can't do anything. Where could ahe go?" 

"Xbgula. twvntr miles away," answered 
Blade s otiter M-If Mbh knowa IbgBbi; VOidd 
Ukr U> go there with her." 

'And you'd togpar yomtf to v vnr 

"I don't want to. T hat* H* tm i 
He looked otu* inn,, up attd doon Ibo 
bearh Before thr i^yfn at Blades rose a vWon 
Of the Mnaman ferry coming In to the quay— 
tba eMaa aMpa and the plans— the ouatoaMrs. 
Me gsaaned tXase lo the atege." bi idM. -XV 
pey for her; they iball haw what «wr want" 

The fiuhlJv l>e^.in ruling through the «tnp*i 
ot hark that bnund the arurts and ankles of 
IttUe Tnma Ilttt* Tnma. who was crying 

lander than avor— but this ttoM with Joy. 



"She stop l»»t night " h" 
*TT»en I nawi I dreaming, 
"Wbere 1.-. -tne ' 

"W^ ~n' by.' answered 

at na 



niM»ed the tnuler 



«« oM yan a ptoi IB «ba 
tfbaaoB. nsite.bis 

«dfe. u a good Utile wui. b«t aabveg^nt 
Aa f«r bla d ia aia h ave sat y«B dSi X hot 



THE DAILY OOtONlST, VICTORIA. B C sr \ \ 



A Matter of Loyalty 



R 



STANDHfd In ttM bow of Uu UuncJi, Or. 
mehoQa. ma«i df Urn Billol emr. 

flMid upMB two dclitHMnd cram nttUlff VPHi 

their oars b hundred feet »wav From hk'. 
hand dftngled ■ sU^-Wfttcta The two crew» 

Ihe watch 

A vrim iifht oam* late Uw deeply let gny 
•gw frf Jim OMCoa m llMflMthpnt Um wKteb 
taato bli poefea*. Pii um «wr Wt Mnkv 

the faeond vaxalty. an outnt which in afpiatlcs 
be&rs Ihe same rflaUoii lo a university el^ht 
A 'he MTiih train Ooea to a varfciiy fontball 
i'li;ipn- Hut m the race Ju&t completed the 
tecona varsity had been much of a factor— 
lurprWnvly. '«*'>**T*-^'"ff*r »• Nip utf 
tack tt bad bMO, nnftty ■tnOatac to dnp 
tha rival boat aatcm. but tmable to 4e aft At 
the Anlah not a qfuarter of a lengtli, ooa flf- 
taan feet had separated tli*" tw!- [.rr>ws a [>oor 
■bowing for the vartity to have mMif wnn the 
freat rowtaif elaaale t4 the Mason cnming 'm 
a pa n a a poor ahmtaf , tbat la, ■wiimint tha 
tttaa Bwa iim a a . In Uw faur-mUa Mp wac not 
a^wrially low. 

Only the ooacb could really know whether 
Mif pme wae laUcfaottsir or nor But Jim 
Deacon suqwcted that It was poor, hu idea 
being baaed upon kBowledge he had concern- 
ing tlM capabUlttas tit hla own crew: In other 
worda, ha knew it waa only an avanfa aaoood 
vanity outfit "Aw ooacb knew It. too. 

*1Vot food, boya— not good." Bla volea «aa 
gemlf i:, iis-h usually he was a lip-roarlng 
menu^r Vwaity, you weren t rowing. That's 
the aoswer— net cowtaic topMtbor. WtagTa llie 
mattar, eh?" 

The Coach'i £ye« 

r\EACON saw the ooadi'e eyea turn to 
Doane, who sat at «tn>k'' nf the varsity. 
"Now, " muttered the ctxoke of the eecood 
varaity, bla ayaa gteamlot, "mil bear aome- 



re»iiy havr n->: know him. StUL 1 haven't 
pot Ut know tnan> d U\'- Teilowi. Too buiv 

'XtooA enoughi" "ma eaptnln atnrtad to 



"Dgaae, la tbare anything tha trouble with 
foaf ToalPa failing weU. arent yout" 

"Tae, atr. 0U«t" The boy flushed. 

Deacon, watching the coach, could almoet 
■ee hla mind working. Now the time had 
come, the laeue clearly defined. Another stroke 
muat be tried and not found wanting, else the 
ansual alght-aorad nwint elaaale b a t ae w 
those ancient universities, Ballol and Bbal- 
bume, would be decided before It was rowed. 

Deacon (lushed as the coach's alutcrlng 
eyeKlBMtes turned toward htm It wak the biR 
moment of the senior'a fnur \ rars at lolleiie 
Four yean I And six months of each ot those 
years a gaUByHilnv«-4ia tba i iiai ili l n aB la tba 
rowing-room ai thf gymnaahim. on tha tee- 
infested river with the cutting wtnda effHUrcb 
siArcpinii; Tree, thou the more genial HVHltht 
witli the voice of ooach or assistant coach 
lashing him. Four years of dogged, unremit- 
ting toil with never the reward of a varaity 
■eat. and neir wttb the pieM matin lata ttiaa 
a week amy. tba Up vMmait, tha erMm eC 
all he lied done. 

Words Reenied on the vrnir of ihp coach's 
Hps Deacon 8 rye« strained upon them aa ha 
8at silfDy in his seaL But 00 wovda oanM; the 
coach turned nwv< 

No ooe bad known Deacon really wall in 
college. He waa working Ua way through. 
Besides, he was a student In one of the highly 
sclentlAc enjunperlng courses which demanded 
a great dfal of sirndv :\p;i!iriiti(in. With no 
great apti'urif ' ir i*--)!;.,! ■ n bu .slow- 

looted— with UtUc tune or incUnaUon for so- 
cial aettvlUea, be had concentrated upon row- 
ing, not only as a dlvenlon from his arduous 
studies, an ordered outlet for phyaleal energy, 

nith the id^B rrf polnK out into the VOrld 
with thai haUmark of n Bailol vaxaMp oar 
which he had heard and beUevOd waft VUtf 
to stand him in stead In life. 



L' 



Watching Fre»hmen 

ATA. as Deacon alood mteMnp the 
freshmen at plip, DWt IMllne. ttie onw 

c^taln. came up. 

"They sent down the time-trial raaulta trom 
tha Bhalhuraa quartera, Dasnon " 

*Tba I tm a oh yes. I aae." 

*-XlMy did tmnty uMea, tblrlf aaDoMk." 

Deacon whlattad. 

' Wr!]. ' he ^-Ald a' ler«th, "you 4Mbt fll 

'.he boat moving much today." 
Rollins grimaced. 

"Yea, m were alok. Doe Nlcholls knom a 
riek erew when ha sees one. B»-lie ttatnka 
foa'ra' the needed lenle. Deaeon.** 

"He told me you were to «U In at stroke In 
Junior Doane's place tomorrow. I'd bean 
puiuni for the chanpe ttie pdal few daya. nam 
ha aeai tt." 

"Tw were pnUlnfl But yeule Donaa^ 

rooaunate." 
"Yea. It's tough. But Ballol first, yott know." 

iH^^i'i.Ti ^^■^^^d at ihr man. He wanted to 
(lay :<om«>thing but couldn't The oaptAln 
smiled 

"Jim. old boy. you're a queer aori of a chap, 
and and tha tact la. the attaattan wflil be a 
m ttofcUdL You know what It meaM far a 
f Bbow to be thrown out of hli eeat Juat belare 
a race upon which bo baa baao OOMMMlt 

heart and mjuI " 

"I doni know. 1 can Imatliia " 
"You aaa, it's Doane. You knew about bla 
father-—** 

*a kbo* all about bla totbv." wm the reply. 
"Bir* neatBa ala«d at bta. then smiled. 

"I suppo^ pvrrT rTy«pin« man at Rallol doee. 
But J^nl d'lii r ktiow much an t do On the 
quiet, he's the man who ^^vf uji the new boat- 
house last year. He's our bsat spender. Ho 
was an cUd ramty oai bbnialf. Pinakly. An. 
Doe mcMto aad tbe fagltf «B mM teve 
Iftai to aaa JhbIv Derae oanw thna^ t 
think yon get what I mean. He's a senior: he's 
mv boat friend. But we're not throwmt a race 
''■ Mif Ibume simply lo please '>ld Ophaa 
Doane, natuimUy. 1 know what yeu'va got, 
4taB. Bo doaa Or. NkMla. YouH be tai the 
icpMRWv. wm banM tba pafen e( 
«*Bl r«e taM arytat «• 



terest. "^y the way, Jtalt X «na 
through the collage oatalepue this naming. 
You and DOOM COM ft«B gWttWWpWa, 

don t you'?" 
"Yes 

"I aifead Doane it he knew you tban. Ap- 



**No, ha dldnt" Deacon paused aa though 
dellberatlog. Suddenly he 5pr>ite. "Tt knew of 

J irii !htiUK''i Veil -fi n:\ liiitirr wnrkj In 111*- 
bituk of fthich Mr !ju<»ijc l^ pre»ideut." 
Therr aha thai quicL m the BaltOl dlntog- 

room that evening which one might expect 
to Bad altar an uOMtttfaetory Ibne-trW. 

If any of you faltom vlib to motor down 
to the Orotcn Bettf on tbe Faint for an hour 
or two Miu tnaj po^** lald Che inpim-.k' 
bark hi:( chair. Re had begun to i.>.i: i.'.ai in. 
charges might be comftig to ii ii !uic -x yi'nn' of 
condition and had decided that the relajuU(»i 
o< a bit of danelnc'nilgbt do no barm. 

'^aaar la aa bwtaat tbat aubduad dtaking 
apartment was ttunuHttoue wHn vseal outcry 
with a vpII ajid« dive Hw oaranMD mot 

throuuh liir doors. * 

Dfacnn followrd a? a more leisurely Rait 

with that faint gleaxn of amusement In his 
eyea wblah waa ao tdiaraetarlfttfi.' Bla flxat 
Impulse was not to bq» bflt ivon e e o ond 
thongtat he dadded that be would. Jane Beet- 

wlrk was sinppint; ar the Qroton. Her father 
%as a su'cps-sfu! promoter and very cloee to 
r>phas Doane, Sr.. whoee bank stood back of 
moat of hla operations. Deacon and she had 
baaa milghlifBi aa boy and girl had played to- 
gether in treat of a row of prttn brlefc beoaaa. 
Be had not aaen bar la neaat yeara tmtU the 
previous afternoon, when he was walklap 
along the country road, she had pulled up In 
her roadster 

^."Ps&'t pretpttf you d^'t rep ymbe r me. Jim 
Deaooa.'* rfae bad langML 

SitfdfUsmU Year 

ixu r ea wakar— tag all right They laikM 
as though so many ilgniOcant years had 
not elapsed. 

Curiously, that evanlng he bad heard Doane 
taiklBff to bar ortr tbe Mepbone. end there 
waa a great deal In hla mannar of ^waking 
that Indicated aomethlng more than mere 
acqiiaintence. 

But Deaoon did not see Jane Bostwlck at 
the hotel-Hiot to apeak to, at least It waa not 
until the hour set f cr tbe return had ahnoat 
arrived that Deacon saw her. and ttwo bla 
;ii'.<-nfi fii .sa il.r--i 'eii 'o her by her appear- 
ance with Juruur Doane Ui ^ne of tbe open 
nrencb windows at bts rltfit. 

A mv« of aomatblng aklp to btttemaaa 
paaaed OMr Deaooa— bittemesa having nothing 
to do with aeU. Vbr the boy wa^i ruggedly In- 
dependent. He believed 1 1 1 h i tn.se 1 f . knew 
what he was going 'o do In (he world He was 
thinking of his father and of the fathers of 
that young man and girl before him. His 
falbar waa patralaWng, henoraUa, ooaaldenie 
—a BOMamaa every ladi ef talm; a nan who 
deaerved everything that tba mrM bad to 
give, a man who had e veiy t hla g lave the 

r]U«t:i'v of at'qM'..<:iIlon. And Doatte^ fhtbOTf 

And Jane Bostwick'i latherf 

Of tha Mar Doane he knew by bearaay— n 
proud, Intoknat. wholly worldly man whoee 
passions, aakte flmn finance, were his son and 
Ballol aquatics. And Jane Bostwick'b father 
he had known as a boy— a soft-footed, sly- 
faced veh-ety son of man noted for converung 
baek lota into oUflelda and aah-dumpa into 
mines jlaldhn praelQua niiitali 

VaraUy Stroke 

Tim Deaoon waa the man for varsity stroke. 
*^ There wee not the least doubt about that 
The ooadi eoold aaa it: tbe varsity could feel 
tt; but of them aU Daeoen aloaa kaew why. 
Re knew that Doane waa praetleaUy aa atrong 
an oar a.^ hp wa^ rrriMinlv as finished And 
Doane's experience »u* greater. The dim- 
culty as Deacon grasped It was thst the boy 
bad not employed all the material ot hU ex- 
pa rl a a e e , Tbe eoatsweln. Beegravas, was a 
snappy little chap, with an exeaUent opinion 
of his head. But Deacon had doubts as to his 
raclns htnse He could i^oot gtagar Into hl.s 
men. could la^h them along vllb a fine 
rhythm, but in negotiating a baVd-fOUgbt noa 
he had his ■hortoomtngs. 
Deacon thanked no coxswain to tdl him 

how to row a racr, when to .iprint, when to 
dog along at a htcadv Kwmeing thirty, nor did 
he require advice on thr paring and general 
OCodlUon of a rival crew. Aa he swung for- 
wanj for the catch, his praetlee was to turn 
bla bead sUghtly to one side, chin along tbe 
shoulder, thus gaining throi«h the tall of lUa 
eye a gUmpve of any boM that happened to be 
abeam, slightly ahead or allghUy aatam. Thia 
glance told him everything he wished to know. 

TWO da/s before tbe Bb^burae raee tbe 
BbUai vantty bi Ita Baal tkao-trlU eama with- 
in ten seconds of eqtiaUlng Uw lowest down- 
stream tnal -record ever established— a record 
made by a .Shelbvime eight of tiie early 
el^tlas. There was no doubt in the mind af 
anyone about the BaUol crew quartan tbat 
Deannn mold be tbe aaaa to aat tba pace for 
bli umraitBlty la tbe a^raUM taet ealftty ap- 
proMtalog. 



Too Bttty! 
bp baMt pbM MAtBb atMBim 




Ohturhtnf InformatUm 
[R. mchoUa ma reiliHW. but no one ooold 
any that bla flaaaanw waa maikad by 
Perhaps his opthnkm would hav* 
more marked had the inform aUon he 
■K-emlng Sholbume been le^n dtx- 
turblng. As a matt^ of fact, there was every 
Indlcaiirm that the rival unlverstty wobH be 

repraeentcd by om Of tbe beat orem ki bar 
btetery-^wblA waa to Mp a imf gnat difL 
at tmSb. Battol rowing enthuslasto bag aM 
seen their idbcn antm the line ahead of a 8bat- 
bum^ var^llv boat tn thr»e coniierutlv* ywi 
"Jim. " said the onacfa. drawing Deaoon from 
the float upon which ha had been standing, 
watching the aatha ef a erew of tonnar Battel 
eeffMaaarbabM eaM Htm «kr and «Ma to 
nm tbe mile laoo of *«aantlemen < KighbT 
abkh aBwaalli> paffeaB ma artamoon praced- 




"Wbet X BMea.** aatd Oe coach, aa Deacon regarded Um. puadad, *1a. emdd It break yoor beert to loaaP 



worried at aU, are youT TottYe euob a qHlat 

sort of a chap. I can't seem tO gat yOVk" 

Deacon smiled famUy. 
No, i m not worried— not a btt. sir. X mean 
I'm going to do my beet, and if that's good 
enough. w4r--wau. m wm." 

T want you to do more than your beat to- 
row. Jim It's got to be a luper-etfort. YouYe 
up ftgftiii.st a ijrpat Sheihiirne cri-v. the great- 
fM I ever .saw— tiiat nieaaa twelve years back. 
I wouldn t talk to every man this way, but Z 
think youta a stroke who oen ataad reipoa- 
atbtuty." 

"Yes. sir." 

The coach studied him a minute 
"How do you feel about beating Stielbuma? 
What I me«n." he went on as the oarsman re- 
garded him puixled. "Is, would It break your 
heart to k»ef b the thought of being beaten 
so aarlouB that you ^'t-7tbat you wont eon- 
slder It?" 

"No, sir I won't consider It I dont go Into 

anyiluiip 'Airliou^ uutitlng to comr out «hi*.»t!. 
I ve worked ihree years to gel Into the varsity. 
I realize the position you've given me will 
help ne. make me stand out after graduatUn, 
naan abnoife ee ameb aa my dlptona— pro- 
vided m can wla." 

**What about BaUelf Do you tbtaik of tbe 
coUege. loo. and what a vtotory wU) naea to 
ber7 What defeat will mean?" 

l^ntlemen's tight 
t*r\H," Doaooa dttvgged: "of eooree.** he 

went on a bit carelessly, "we want to 

see Ballol on top an often * He slopped, 

then broke into a chuckle as the stroke of the 
gentlemen's eight suddenly produced from the 
fold.<i of his sweater a bottle from which he 
drank with dramatic unction while hla feUow- 
oaiaman ebunorad to tfiare the Matlan knd 
the eewwatn abuaed them all 

The eyes of the coach never Irft the young 
man's face Bui he Raid nothlni; nlille Dcaimt 
took hla Oil of enjoyment of the Jovial scene, 
apparently forgetting^ the sentenee wblBb be 
tyid broken in tbe nUddle. 

But that evening aomethlng of tbe eoaebU 
meaning came to Deacon aa be ast en a rustic 
bench watching those sunset sUes whl^ live 

ev*r In th*" hearLs nf rowtne rr.rn who have 

ever spent a hallowed June on the heights of 
tbat broad, placU stream. The Ballol 
ffadnates had loet their race against tba 
geatliaMn of Bhalbume, hating rowed Inat a 
btt wone than tbair rivals. And now the two 
rrews were cektaratlng their revival of the 
wav^ nf youtli with 8 dinner provided by the 
defeated eight. Their laughter and their 
eonga went out through the twilight and were 
loot bi tbe TiBiagBa of tbe rtvar. One iong 
witb a ht*'"^**r mdody aaogbt Deaeon'a a^ 
tentlon: he UslMied to get tbe words. 

Then raise the rosy goblet hlgb. 
The senior's ehaUee and bella 

Itie tongues that trouble and defllo. 

pnr we have yet a little while 
Td linger, you and youtb and It 

In college days 

College days! For a moment a dim liih' 
burned in the back of his mind. It went out 
lUManly. Jtaa Daaooa sbnilged and thought 
of tbe OMi i i o ^ laee. 

It was good to know he was going to be a 
part of It He could fe^I ihe gathering of eo- 
thusiasm, exhilaration In the atmosphere — 
psnt-up emotion which on the morrow would 
burst like a thunderclap. Deacon's nerves 
tingled pleaaaatly to req^onee to tbe gbuaorof 
tha hour. 

tBi. JBa Doaeoat** 

"Mlol" Deacon turned hi^ fare toward tbe 

building whence the voire '-a.-^ir 

"Beaiebody wants to see you on the road 
by tba krl^ ovor tto raflrood.** 

Anmeara Sumnumi 

VraiMD with wendar. Deacon waBudMsuia- 
ly out of tba ywd and tbaa. nmOOtm 
th^ road followed la tbe wake ot an vobtn 

who had hrmight the •ummona 

It was .Inn-' Bfistwlrk 

^-jump up here in tbe ear, weal yea, JtaD?" 
Her eatot aaa awalwk tdBM; 



"Of coone not. You knew iha.i Mr Bell, 
Oaahler of the Naiional Penn Bank, had died? 

"No Is that so? That's too bad." Then 
luddt^nly Deacon sat erect "By Oeorgel 
Father Is one of tbe aialatant caabtars tbare. 
I wonder If he*U be promoted." 

"Do you know how kaen Mr. Doane 1 mr»n 
Junior's father, la on rowing? Well -a.s L>ea- 
r