The Daily Colonist (1934-04-27)

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VICTORIA, BKITISH COLUMBIA, FRIDAY, APRIL 27, 1934

FLOWER SHOW TODAY

TELLS STRANGE STORY

Victoria Kiddies

BASKETBALLERS

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April 26 (CP).— A well-trained band of sharpshooters ftdm tl» Ptdfic Coast, Vwicouvsr ProviisKr t»'[iu!scii s-M^Mif; M.^itieal intf tfHii'f',!!' Natioo^M, to win the iust game ot the Canadian senior bMkffWDl championship v the score of 49-43.

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Vn'iiouverltes took con"r neared. nr Mw-ii liif f,f\:f with the score .\,: lugh the purple and white -slur id Natlonale team drew cfren with thf Western champions, they were unable to take tbe lead, and ended up at thS loslnc end of the came by a aeTen-potnt A

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Cabinet Soon Of Resign

Himself

MADHin

wa.s their plays with tonight.

Wwiwiinf through

(AP).—Spain,

April 26

without a cabinet,

.still

while President Nloeto Alcala Za-

mora faced the apparent alterna«f havlnc one formed spsnrtllj or of rsilfning hhnself Despite a series of hurried eonferenoes with leaders of various parties, the President reached no d'Tlslon on a course of action n< tives

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Qresn. one of two guards in charge of Che erew at work on a hill be hind the prl.ion and bfn< him «it(i thetr aw-ay

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as ransom

liLAU-ON LKASH

for return of the of Coionei f-harle!»

kidnapped son A Lindbergh, had turned up through the Federal Reserve Bank In Bootnn calljr, In Car Colilaion en WUllam W. Paddook. deputy governor of the hank, denied any knowledge of the reeoeeiy of the money, which was said hi the pubBOWDEN. AlU., April fCP> One person was dead aiul three lished reports to ahimmt to aa much were In hospiUl. one of them In a aa 130,000. One report said this has bssn unloaded in amountji of |4,critical condition, following a headon ooQIalon between an automobile 000 and 00.000 during the past six

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April 17, In which Tokle aaie foreign aid to China that had politic

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NANKING A^D CANTON FOR CED MAK E GAINS

SIDEIRACKED

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from orthodox Hindus.

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Provisions Included for

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h Higiier

91 (C3P)/-8tringent iKovlslons respeetlnv the auditing of the aooounts of inoorporated

companies and publications of their reports are embodied In the bill which Hon. C. H. Cahan. Secretary of State, introduced into the House of C'oiTimnn.s. today. Kxplalnlng the purport

measure,

poses of supsnrlskm.

RECORD FOR GUOERS CLAtflED BY ADRIAN

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officers told

him he

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members took the

stream until

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closing

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floor

hour,

INULK tEUhUAL lO.NlROL

of the bill.

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Bow River, apd Alfred Hpenk orgaiUzatlon and nrl up control man, of Red Deer, who annown. rd Ivwid.' Iliese boards would be their Intention of voting f.M .,.,\ ii 'ti nnd i>aid for hv the varloTis

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themselves, and would likely come under Federal Jorlsdletkm. The Province does not expect to try

have power of appointment on these boards, or any fui^lons other than aa agents for Dominion authority In admlnlntratlon of tho OOl. thO mlnLst^ explained. It an open fjiie^slion at present, whethor the I»rovinre will be called on to ftppoint a Provincial MarketI.S

ing Board. Dr. MacPonald said. If a provincial board le apnolntcd, It win aet aa the agent of the Domlnkm in any ease. BrttlA Odhunbla. the minister indicated, may oon« slder apiM>inting a provincial board m < aiul lirnl^r B< ,tu~« \j<|M Im m )i composed of leading offlclals In th*i ( «>u~hhih(>r; M.i^ Ujs Lx' Rrltlah Columbia Department of of Agriculture, a.s has already been pected to Ciiinax ol Liii ( .>it done In another province, though this has not yet been decided. Provincial thought at pres en t le April 26 (AP).— aeries of disordero and acts disposed to waM and see what tha Fsdval hnr ssf ahn of violence in srwial sections of Austr\^ produced the >

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rumor, tonight, that martial law will be proclaimed H h our the May Day week-end, when a new Austrian constitution will be proclaimed A riot near Agmunden and a bridge bombkar near Una cauaeo authorities to rsdoiMe their watob fulnees.

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In Lif^ Strike "So far as the 8PJL to has no rrlttfcm to problema at the present ttaSS. TO waa not designed oi Intended, and. In fart, not even suggested that it would br used t/> settle the strike." Hon G 8 Pearnon declared, yesi

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terday. In dental of a Mainland preaa dispatch concerning state-

ments made

at a strike meeting

Rtrlklng logger* who believed thsg the Provincial C>ovemment woukl

of the atate aetue their troubles through agitators' talk was tranrdinary action ondsr the t ole,

patrol, declared "likely to Incite

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Wotlnff hi Vienna dnrlnf a Batting of Vloe-Burgomaster Winter and workers on Apiil 73 was ron.sldered partiriiiarh siKnif' ant by those who tlir ::., |i!on tO OHBO eXpe< CO S head on May Uay PoIlM Chief Wi In WeekThe political situation ai-,o berarne Ingtea Increasingly complicated tonight as the possibility appeared that a small tandbound group might bloek a ra> washn Apstt so ported Oovemasent plan to pet a (APl^-^XWgaa bombs were used nunp rarWamssif to by alale pat rolmen here, today, to cnnstltuCteif before Mav ~) scatter several hundi ed men. women and (Mldren pttfketeis In the Ros-

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The Oovemment picked up two MacDooald continued, produoers of more supporters from the Parm- any commodity will liave U> apply Labcr-C.C.P. group, F Garland, to Ottawa direct to enrompaAs their

after reading.

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Powers

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adding their support or dlsapproival

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the cial Power a dekislon.lC

to break the picket

ASUNW raguay, April Unes Sixty -six patrol men are on wlabed him to lAPi The /r of Defence to- duty. good of the day reported a "new dleorderly verythlog was quiet when the retr«>at" of Bottvlan In Mm off shift this 'l'ivillre he .said, told him he Gran Ch«oo war. would hf tr\^ before a -f'The Oovemment stated that forti- dsBil Of the i ni Ifhierr union magistrate and would be lined fied posltkme la a ten-mile sector said a protest win be sent to Gov It was a "ooinctdence." he added, had fallen Into the hando of the emor Clarence D. Martin, denonnr that he waa tried by the of llM feoar ioiiiln as un Bolivians were reported killed juatiXied. !

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door In the I^tt^ries

with

Act. could have bcrn used to crmvey some mea-sure of authority to the "April (CP).—The Province had a Federal bill not been expected dlvlslre<-hes toruwM luid demarketing control to Ottawa, tudeaa layed tmtil Tue.sda\ A tpadv otherwise directed hv the TVmilnioA of

Series of Disorders

Hiot

return to this city Tlie Province 'annot IckiLNlato In a Dominion field. except to proclaim such Federal legisUtion aa law hers, Dr. Mae-

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IS

Maintain Opposttlaa

April

ruul,

bill

The British Columbia Natural Government Pleks Up Two More Products Marketing Art wa.s introSappertera—Liberal Members duced as a standby mea.siire, which,

OTTAWA,

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Contrary to an Impression created during tbe last session of the Legle* tsMre. the British Columbia Oov.

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(CP).— When the Vancouver Oeneral Hospital Board airan|ed contracts to-

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a struggle, the man he held escaped. talned All they got wss three oents.

Auditing Accounts of In-

night for Its supplies for the next months. It was confronted with AVIGNON. Prance April 2'. 'AP> a startling lncrea.se in the pttoes Of world altitude ni<\ Un gliders bacon, ham and tea. was claimed today by the noted laughter. Contract for tea was awarded at Austrian expert, Robert Kronfeld. It wa-s tl;e fl^^t time the Mebatma a cost of 34 \ cents a pound, againat who reached ijOOO metres- (0,Me ever had been made theinkject of the last contract mice of 16S cents. feet) in a 3^ -hoar fUghC. a physical attack. Baoon and ham oost 31 and osnts Bs was towad to a bstglit of 056 Oandhl was reported today to be a pound, against the huiC flgnrs of fsal bf a ptane when hto thneetenlng to undertake another esnts for period of severe penance kecsuse of growing oppoaltion to his movement fsr the untouchaUss.

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VANOOX7VBR. AprU

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employers furiiLstar.K data In iIm-.m two Indu.strles numbered approx; mately 13,600 from logging and 6 400 from track maintenance. Pronounoed eurtalhnent of a seasonal nature also ooeurred hi ooal oB Page t, Cetaoui 8

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of the the minister declared It exerrLsed Ktrirt .«;iii)er vision over prospect ii.-;es Ivsiird hv omfianlr.s able" class. General Homer 8. Cummlngs, In and underwrilerK. and waf.. In reOandhl was unharmeropaganda tour companies with ahare capital and 1*1 1(4 In A.s-sam and Harljan. where he those of no ahare eailtal. said Itr. had met extremely .strong opposiCahan. dividing them for the pur-

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convnlttee, asnance. today noilling

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Hie chaaa oontlnned as

SHELLS GO ASTRAY TORONTO. April 30
• .t

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iprt^^ds polftieat

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it

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first Oovemasent concession to a names, which storm of III olssts ralssd over the betasUs nanles Co "finanetel racketeers, ting and lat lertss MU. now up for .Is'V Ha'.'vi-:? i, .r LA PAZ. BoUvla, Aptll (AP)/Oeerge A Drew. (Jntario se- seoond riadtnt hi the Bombs of t lout oM.v }i »-;i>if al. An orfMal enrlHes Act commissioner aald here Lords Mu'! .1',: • ''d .Hid .Mrs. l/cslle today. Lord Ty>ndonderrv said the' adanfTftfvt nr.)'.!;,'* VltS. In Cha Chaee Pangaayan "No Taw can protect ;i _ hoi minl-simtion had decided to allow . . „ The driver of the truck: who was ^f^^-'ne .side continue to insist on wading over continuance of popular football counot hanedlalsiy MentMod. was b»- 15*^ or t^e border. Where thev ex pv^ed 'heir de;,.», th-r ,,7h 'h;i,v,i ;„ , competlUoas and betting in heved to have escaped with minor n .s«^ irrence . .. mutuel offices on .such sporta i^ to munlQue. u aet of aggressiooiol ^warning sl^pais tha t were ieftjas jo^Ba^w^m^^lgais^lhat ielt^as tiorae rachv and_feoCbalL

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man hunt

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career.

reaching Buxar, the OaiMlhl party found excitement at a high pitch among the local Hindus. This resentment rapidly grew untu it culminated in the attack on the automobile Gandhi."; appeal for non violrnre a creed to which of the $.SO,noo wfiich I>r John F " sub-scrlbed a frw vears "Jsfsle" Condon tavsed over a Bronx BKo iiH.t.Ki.t only hootj*. feers and

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suspension of City Health Officer Dr. N. G. Mortenaen, for caring for the wounded outlaw. Be waa the second Twin City physician to become Involved In DlUlnger's episodic

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BOSTON. April 3« (AP>. The Prison Sl rt als said they believed the oenvlots hitended to u.^e the discovery in New England of a large policemen as a shield In ca.v they portion of the $80,000 ransom money paid by Col. Charles A. Lindbergh en<*o\intered a poeee of offlcera after the kidnapping of his infant son. waa reported and denied tdday. Late editions of Ponton new.npapera announced that more than half

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KTAKILINC. U.tCKOUOLNU These reports formsd a atartaoi background to a Japaneea manWioli

aougni kidnapped June cal significance would be opposed lhan by force. If necessary-. Robles hi the far-fbng eanyens Chinese leaders, meanwhile, saw Year Ago and desert wR.'^te.'? .surrounding thLs In thf hands-off" pronouncement city tonight, authonues branded as the po\.sit)iiity of Japanese overlordOTTAWA, April 26 (CPV The spurious a second note redneta« the shlp, and considered appealing to Dominion Bureau of SUtlstlcs, tothe signatories of a nine-power ransom dOBMuid fronr OUMO to fM.day, reported an lncrea.se, in one Page t, Cehnui S year, of almost 150,000 In the num- 000. T of persons employed. The little girl, grand-daughter of On April « 477 employers reported 847,093 the pioneer Spanish rancher, Ber.5 employed, oompaxed with nabc Robles. was abducted Wednes. ,7,875 flnas having 000.044 worfcsrs day as she was retnmlnt hosM front lli school on the same date In IfSS. Tnrr. a.srs wore .shown In manU-

trade

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Shortly before the <(.niin:ltee ndJourned. Mr. Factor declared u was felt there should be an Investigation Into price spreads between consumer and producer. A witness had told the committee yesteiday he woukl be '^eUghted" to obtahi one and three-quarter cents for tb» amount of tobacco contained in tweniy-flve dgarettos selling for Iwenty-flve cents. There Ls an excise tax of ten cents on the dgacettes. and the

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(AP) Police toiSay rceelved an ant fir,' ;•.),iarrh of the eecaped pair. one of sis psreons murdersd four Later a service station man reported weeks ago In tbe Prank Plied' seefaif two men answering their beach home near here, was "bumprd off" because he had knowledge of aaflSLeL*^**^ the Lindbergh kidnapping Although the letter wa^ unsigned, roLirc PBOVIDB OAft He called San Rafael police, he pollre said they were "Intere.st^d" In •aid. and a few minutes later saw It. and declared Mr«. Peggy Chenea pottos oar orertake the two men, vert. another of the victims, formwho ettnbed hite the atttemobiie erly lived in Saint John. They added ThMi aU four eame back at hiRh that the letter contained Informaspeed, past Che sUtlon, but. instead tion "that only a close friend or of heading toward the prison, veered relative would have known." Special Prosecutor Ray Qreennorth toward Napa. still later. Floyd MlddiiR-h, night wood, although retushig to disclose aU the oonCents of the letter, which sergeant of the San Rn' •He*, many names, said the contained who had born sivndliiK ofT missive stated Chenrvert was a at Sarramento. rero^nizcd A M. Dewev, nnp of the two police sum- friend of a man in Boston who had moned by the service station opera- some connection with Hhe Lindtor, and two Other men, believed by bergh kidnapping. him to be the oonrlots, spesdlTis "at RKPORT IS DENIKD a terrlAo dl.'

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International mclcs spoke also of the poaalblllty that Uie Japanese wUl oppose Dr. Ludwdg Rajchman—thO league's envoy to China, now re* turning here with a project for help«. lag China anandaBy and soolally-»

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exert efforts to block the heralded League ot Nations' ten-yMr plan for the reconstructiQii of ^iaa, unlet* great Powers recognixt Manchukiio^ wart rtporttd today in

showed improvement. The HONOKONG. Apttt JO (AP) OTTAWA. April (CP)^The gahis in trade were tmusnally large, Nanking troops have recovered conwklsst possible hivestlfatton wlU be having only onoe been enoeedad in siderable ground i(jst to commimmade of the entire Canadian to- the yeaie stoiee 1090. taU in Puklen Provlnee, It waa bacco Industry. Sought by Samuel SEASONAL INCREASE leanMa hiea taday, recapturing Lin'actor (Liberal. Txrorto WestOn the other hand, ^g^ng camps chcngi 'Ontrei, tlie invest juration wili deal evf-rv ;>os,ml)|p phii'.f 'A'ttt; Hon H repoeCad ipery large sooMW rsducCanton tro-ipv ;il'o rrjx.itrd n.alor H ytcvfii*. Mlnlstei of Trade and ty succes.ses K,.,i:ns I'lovinre whcra aamV'SOgOBiranPWi work, and Gommerre ;\nd vi,,i,iriii,. of the the Communist strouglMld of there were Important declines in House i.'rinion.s ;\ liiK railway oonstmctlon and mainteand pi re .-p: id.N

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Columbia for a loan of $8,000,000 from tiio Domini n Government is not likely to be granted it was learned on a good authority tonight.

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of extreml.stj?

and

reliable quarters.

looked fn Investigation

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April 26.

H.

Nothing

The Federal Cabinet is not satisfied that the British Coliitnb'a ()ci vt rninent has done evorythiiif poMiblt to halp itself in the (iiicvtion of tin.uuinf^.

the

I

ifax

k,—

AWA,

l

1

in full,

and DalfioiiM,. :i);v(Tslty, HalGovernment quickly steered out of was fxhibltf-i! to thr crowd of what anMrentty Is the gravoet oriels Ceatinoed Pace 4, CMapn f of the history of the

Ipffp

CoBvefsatkMw Conliime

Fluiies

610 liAIN

Sight for B.C. GovenuiUiiU

d.i alarm declared A ;*'n.si' Ottnwn Collfglale A spread of .•(triki\i,. with attendant It

<>v,-r

\V)i.>!n

The country,

London—INplo-

128,-

.,1

tint

ftick^

t

hoops were tion leaders to conciliate opponents of tho Ooftmment.

the

T\\e vaunted «pred of the Frr-nc h hib that carried

(

1

June

iiniil

These pretty ty

Sunday.

last

t

when

their time hi note.

opinion

differ ent

a

was

1

brgm

not

will

Ceeii

Hl^uhslnnlifil

if

11-,

MptationK Kept Secret in

ui

llcf

,

!

spect to those who directly on relief.

Summer

Tobacco Industry to Be Subjected to Thorough Probe in All Its Phases

New

President Must Obtain

-

pteolslosi of a adUtary-tratned platooo, the Western champions unooikad' a brand of basketball that piMiled tbe Montrealers. Nearly all six-footers, the Vanrouvpr boys Vlrkni u\, tvh i.(i5;

snapped

warm enough

declare that Willows He.n li .ire

Hilda Succt.

.

the

tlic

o!l ;:,



'

,i

sh
children,

the days are

Mi ThMtapsoi^ fOI

are

may

calendsrs snd simanscs

Btnilinc

'tiese

fourth and nftti, if nei Tuesday and Tbursday/

'

.

{

Powers Rec9g*

real

(

of Itritish Repi

China Goe9

h,.st,

T ii1r>s

fHinllli's

II.. li,

nils figure ieli to 116,340 for March, 19S4, a decrease ot. 12AI» persons. Increased emptoymeat eootrlbuted to the reduction. In re-

?

UilD ALTIBNATBt

inui.iii



CHINA

Re.'^iiii

Buitfe

;

dl'[>I'ndf!:|-

Marrli

!!..-

>iint«T

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MiilnliiV

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X 1.

t

.•Ill

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11

858.

l

.

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t)«"

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.

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-

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Vj

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1

!

>

.SjiikU'

HUd

i

vn tuc

mat Manchukuo

Columbia

corresix'iidi.-.^'

,

I'rov ini

Indicaicd us Tniratioa

cnt

i

enced a 10 per cent decUne in its relief rolbj in .n March. .a: d w 1th thf

ONTKEAL,

nif leiui

l*er

t or La$t Month



By

Pit

Cogpt in Poj^yh—

far

\Rm m FOR

OF

Relief Lessened

k'H

PAi^fiS

JAPAN MAY TRY

MonlrrulerH 49-42 in FirMl Play-Oflf for Dominion Men^H Senior Patrirk Boys KHsliPtball ( ihanipionship 2^re Jwenty-One Poiuto for Easternen

the

I

Welcome Summer

\ anr<»iiv
M

ludi'ti

1

GiSTRATE UPHELD HiUa» dCaw

U

Aj)pcal

!

BEAT NATIONALES IN OPENING GAME i

(

TWENTY ]

1

B.C.

.

Mitorlal Roocna

IT

i

Labor

ta

either *lde of t>v

and the taking no steps lo h^ir It

will

mediator only both

if

resume

It-



saked to do





THE DAILY COLONIST, VJCTORIA. put of which has dwindled steadily tor a period lar lonyer ihao the duration 4f tiM

PROBLEM

fiUlM

coiu

tlif

FRIDAY, APRIL

27. 1934

Rip* AUhh G^tf^dfaMT

MEMORIAL AVE

yesterday's

of

hi-slDfi

B.C.,

Safe After Harrowing Experience

lUllng.

At

aUUag, Dr. W. A. Carrothcra. chatrUuU the Of tH* gnNtiik

mM

WILL BE FACEO ^

f'aul.s

Mm9$i

/MirMbnl

meantime, nirmbera of the grixip

Arott

new

apply thomaelvea to their

Ihe convocation a<1drv,s.s al the ininmeitceinent exercijie& al Uve AugUcan TTieologlcal College. In the ConTocftttoD Hall of Uolveralir at Brltlah Columbia,

taalj^

DcoKt

OOMnctl council by Dr. Cai rolher.'* *HJi aphts dMkMi tipeii tmiM
aKru Liltural

areafi,

Into iuitlv«

coftl

upon Inquiry

aiid

"

t Mat dm.

Widnwdiy

MINING SHARES INCREASING

ilRE

be reported to Bon. O. 8. Minister of Labor, when ready, for transmLssion to the Cabl net. It is expecttHl that the actual fifMllngs win not be divulKed until the Cabinet h-^ m whoii- lum had opt)ortunHy to revu w llwoi. on return 01 the Premier and other Mln-

ootincil will

I

i

I

lEATTY IRONER

'

k»v« to have aico, WoBMB •dert to m* huibandt to attired, B««tty washed and Reotty iroood* The perfettion.

New Companies Many for Develop-

of Mineral Claims

been

already pro<(rainmf the uroiip the resideut

•titty WatlMr Store 1609 DoiigUs St

of

de<'ld*><1

lIlve.stlgatll)u.^

<
Doid Radios or those that are half dead in taae and perforaaaaee^ aaa be gpeedOjr cured .lor ««r esperi-

inorlal Avenue should be reedndod, as la Its present staU It Is a disgrace to the memory of those whom was .suppe
eaced radiotridaae.

Between boiud .siitiiu-. wiU carry on.

Reaeonablc

guaraateed.

JAMESON'S

wa.s conif^nded.

;

Work

ratea.

BLBCnWCAL, LTD.

<

alall

long

cut,

Laco triauBM

Ml

l>"<'

into

il

to Ihc hi-foic

bias

cashable.

and

896

It.

a.s

titting,

i

Pourteen aiillloa acv attain g The rouncll was acii: it Ir, 'lir shares were autherlMd ac tho dure capital of British Columbia mining city that its portion of Memorial ventorM incorporated this waak. The Avenue wea in good ooadttloB. but we^'kly roti-ipany lUt contaiacd Mttla adailtted that the portion runalng through the Municipality of Saanelse, and whj!) a.% follows Ander.vin Lake (idle) Muie.s. Ltd. lOh was badly In need ..f a f-i ;! inn (N P Li ill S1.2.^0()(K) i ^00,000 HAVE NO FUNDS

touch with what

hl^l^elf In

j)u!

[
ha.i

Phonr G75II

ment

Dr. B. O. Wrtaeh. wbo aiinod tlie InlUal sittlnffa through todlspoiltlon. will tome on to Victoria ahortly,

ihefr

of

Include

liUn from Ottawa.

M«a

ttifKta,

acme

Fourteen

l<

rather th»' avonui- .should be put proper condition by '!t"ft*T«| ihe labor available thXOUgh the re* uef dspaitnwnt or tha aaaw of Ue*

Pearson.

NEW

SUEDE TAFPSTA i>'i>

Branding tlw present condition of Memorial Avenue as nothing but deplorable, the Victoria and Dlstri t Council «( ttao OnadlMi XitgloB of the H-WBJL. laat night, appointed a committee to wait upon ttaa kfa^or tx) place the (voteAt at tlMI .MMBcll before him perMHiHilv

SI'KCIALS IN

i>i:i'tK "ni

I

Rocttfication

waa learned.

it

produoUon, the out-

varaa axBsaT

111

Committee Will Wait Upon Mayor to Seek

The wheduled proKramme of surveys and Inquiries plared before the

the

IWESIED

Veterans'

Uu

will

two-day confrr-

a result of

A;>

llw next meeUiiu 1> 4lM Cf'iir.v*" kit ftt Ute call ul Uie chair, bul win take plare towards the «"nd of May, It waa wituuMled In tlM-

UnprofftaMo

for

IS

Estiuinialt.

iO

Seek

to

Coiinoil

Almi Ciardmer. rt-ctor of .SI Naval and Military Church, has bern selected to (cive

lUn

MIlMB CQVMI



Eoonomie



'

VlO

nt

(

>ugUa

i>

'I

G1823

;

C oin

ete

Stock ol

'

Vmu'i)uv«*r

.shares

The Saaaloh-Victoria beaches aiKi Ltd. parka nnmiiilttee advlied the coun(N.p.L.1. 3,000,000 ghang, o( ao par eU that it had no fuadi for the value, Vaacouvar, work- As a result of these two com Bend AMnalHi, £td„ Band. mnnlcations, it was dselded to ap B.C. preach l',\r Mavni •<•> sec If .snmc Bildge Rlver-Ogden (1M4) Ltd. q>ecial att^ niiun could not be Hi'^'n (N.P.L.). tlJSOXWO, la SgMOiOOO to the matter. shares, Vancouver. Bums Bailn Gold Mines. Ltd. A meeting of the central commlifNP.L>, 2,000 000 ."iharcs. of no par t«e. which haa charge of local arrangements In condectlon with value Vrihi>;i\ «! the forthcoming pnMrlaclal oenven iiunerce Creek Oil Co., Ltd., tlon and also the Canadian Legion ino. Vancouver. convention to be held in Portland. Keithley Creek Placers, Ltd. Ore will meet In Naval Veterans' (NPL), 130,000, Vancouver. Branch on May 4. when It will be PUot Gold Mines. Ud. (NPL.V decided whether a band will be 3,000,000 shares, of no par value, .sent to the Portland convention from Vancouver. Victoria. All 8ecretarle.s of various Pioneer Brokers, I>td 100 .shares, branches have been asked to inrid p,ir \rihi<\ Vancouver. form the secretary of the district Que.snel Masonic Tt'mplt, Ltd., council as Ho the number of ex$10,000, Quo.sni-l service men who will be attending aim Dawson. Ltd.. |75,000. Van.re the Portland gathering. couver, than 100 delegate* are K' a Taytor River Gold Mines. Ltd. .special rate of $6 retufn fare can (NPL.). aj00,00e aharas. of no par be obtained, the coimcil was in,

Argonaut

REST Kia

SOME

rvllLLWOOD $2.60 C.OJB.

MM«

On* Cnri WfU

membert of

of the

md

crew

the

pattengcra

Ba»«al Order

Lemon. Oonnaaon Co., Ltd. MM niiiwiai at. B 1U1

wmbera

aow

of the party are

f

lirttalUA

liw offlejgl

te

range.

Easy Terms.

Revived Canine Stronger Condition of Brain Cells

fff

V.^nnlcld^

Tkis

Is ffta ai

—«kM

—Still physically alive thirteen days after being aapbyxlatad in a laboratory at the nnlT«rslty*of Caafomia. here, a dog continued to gain strength today, and Dr. Robert E. experimenting with stall Cornish, v,'. the animal an effort to restore fi'M.

CapsulM

of

(

dead to lif>' .--rx^ke enoOHMllngly tion he iT.sult.s f.(> far. til l'

'Til-

4

-M-

fsr

ffNMk Umttr

eaUn

iisal

:

aliiiost

i:i

appartntly had not ragained com-

w

was

It.

I

i,'

'

'

iiiaii

BULK BUi

litK



Home Made

Beei Dripping, per lb.

a

I

hi:

3

U

10c

a

lbs. for

^

:

t

•44

lbs. for

TOBACCO INDlLSTRy

Chateau

Fiaeet Mild Cheese, per fh

25c 17c

for

wm nmm

23c

Iba

10c

per lb

12c

or

3

n

Crescent Shortaalag,

Domestic Shorten Switts Spread Cheeae,

HKST ONLY

s

n#; S

Squirral Peanut Butter, 2 lbs. for _ Your own container

Fancy Matured Ontario

Ch eeie,

per

l

to

owned both

i.

'

•wtft's

Bacon, per

Bondeea

Fletcher's

Ham

(or frying,

Ham,

32c~^„';rr per

Finest Coraad Bea(» per lb flaeat Wieadk per lb. ..

lb,

Ham

15c 19c

,

,

fee,

a

n<«,

s'l i:

Teats,

for

.

.

2'*.

Pottum.

2 46^;

squat,

H

.1/

.

1T#

.

Chocolate, '/s

.».<-f's

(or

21<» 23<*

4.0X.,

28#

.

for

S

BREAD You

Commons,

Com,

»

!

lbs. for

-uit Salt

n\

Sl^

noincrt-

W4

com

Orapa-Nat Vlalva.

4

a

'r,

1»#

Can Knjoy^ or Brown

gt.»»;

t

ii)

I

Seedless Grspefruit, for Ffedi Oatee. 4 lbs.

Ubm

OcaaChaai^

,,1

Orape

Juice,

K r

r

1

:i

f

,

C,

H irea Root A

qiialitv.

Putatoca,

mouoBoirr

Heei

J),

r

Spinach.

3

doz.;

dox.

f l.OO

.

I

ftO^ doz.;

S

nrtth

Mmi

at our Yataa The PenpU'« r,.

m

doe.

(

,

-hlneme

Kolu

I

mroia, Japanese Pevign lafcnaed Chlaa that a «( their proklMM was esto UM aaaae la Iba Pu> Esst and could beet he atlUgeid tloaagh dirert negotiatlens. :^>e

8lfaot

Foreign

Minister

'»r,ar Britain nnd the that -xiS. :: .r

(.

,1

n

r

fl

<'

!

;

^



f

tu,

f

t-

Cottage Cheese, Parmer's

er

ii

Min

i



»-»t:i

R Steak, per lb Steak, per lb.

Koiuu Roaet. per Pure

lb

world

Minister,

'

yium

>re

,

'

SWEET, JUICT HAVWT. OPANGKS SPiiClAL 36#

1S# _15<»

9ik faaeag^s.

per

la^

chase a standard for the Legion.

In-

Hm

waa made

relatlon.s



wrltlPii

•<<

ii.vin's

'

h

:rri ,

iiii.

statenieri'

;

,

jip

;tfion

1

'old ates ".^.m of

because

a

SnCIAL MUTINO TONIOBT This evening, at 8 oc!(Kk. In the Penlecxstal au' 'u.'ii, 1318 Broad

as give 'im

,

who

.supported

the

rtiM* 8 sen

rra

ItstlioS isil

Dvaslas

B«.

HotpUal Directors aU Upon CamuH

W

Representatives of the Royal Jubilee Hospital board met members of the Oak Bay Council yesterdsy to dlscii.ss rert.Tlii matters which require Hdju.stmcnt between the two Ixxilc, with regard to the que.stlon of what dues arr payable by the miniK Ipallty These had to do with noil paying patients and Included such cases as those In Whkb the patient had only been occuiviaf a rented house in the municipality for a very short time when ukea to the hospital. The matters were discussed in private ses-slon.

He made

hii:

that

ever,

i

.

Plnlayson, .^uper-

\<

InU'iident o( 111 u:anoe, was opposed to letting Iloyds do business In Canada without a deposit.

The biU has caused something of an uproar throughout Canada, and of Parliament have been tetognum urging that it be thrown out Senator Meighen on several occaslens in committee, and again today in the Senate, referred to the

members

daltigad with

Irrulars sent, to Insurance nxeiK les asking apmts to appeal to their member.s \n (ipixv^e it.

OBJECT or BILL

lire of

their financial structure, constitutional and at the same time give the Dominion department as

much authority as poesible. For yean, in the face of tha deelelaa of the Privy Oounell that the Dominion had no

Jurisdiction in the bu.slnea.s it was in the Jurof the provinces. Parliato frame an act which would regulate 1; yet be constitutlODal. This waft the last chance. If the of insurance, that

isdiction

ment had sought

preesnt law was foimd to be unoonstitutkmal, then the Federal De-

partment of Insurance would app^Mir the '

dl.s-

'

^



,

PKOVINCIAL CHARTERS the Dominion

If

CM

1^

Bchults—

Tier*'

taft

mta

with

I

wka

Maturity... Maternity...

waa leee than the aTcrefe indicated in the hwt tMitaea years, and aleo Invetved a maeh aaiallcr number of werken than that wliieh occurred on April 1, 1993. The worViiip 'orces of the co-op«T'M ,>!oyers agjrreaatrrl 104,1«'', ... conit>Rred with 104.928 i.

Middle Age

customary

la

the

it

"

added only that tlH aato

t

.

I

I

'f rr

Tl'Vv I

[

i

1

.!

M

(

I

i

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,1

II)

1

jxr

1

11'

fill

\

riM

HH.

am

HudtoB 8 dudkofM any- 8 to more power with leee gae. Prrformance ia easy to ciaim |>

e r fo r

m

,T

n

}ilidH>ti hiult

(-!!'«

C.A.A.

\..\.,\.

Hiiti

ro

\\i>\<\

In

prntrd

iii<»ir oflit lal

H rvrn out performs tbfi Mini

"^iriirlil lii;*t

madr

hI\

early

<

ti

•<

iiig

.

<>l

prirc

tlio

iii
!

I

Id .uni lis .

.

.

i

lilirn

inrh Hhr«-ll)aHr«

106 and 113 borae-

fxiwer engiiiei.

HUDSON.ESSEX

CANADA,

t

new Big Uudaoa

ever,

Straight 8 on

ia traific ... oh the straightawayt 9ee lor yonraelf how it respondg when yoo flTB it the gun! Stay out "~^lr.ii"!it 8 ali' ad . drive t!ir . faills . . .

rfona* iaiiTiduai •aoe reeorde than any lir r \ 'I other

Spring, employment In the Prairie Provinces declined. The Ices, how-

rrrord«?

iIk

iry out ihiA

liun per-

Mw

Und'-op

1

slacker Is

I

deliver

EMPLUINENT As

flir

i< \

formance with amazing economy! The

OlliliAINiN Page

K

8 un)uluic. Aiul

What now? Bohwarta-^Our elcetag sale opens.

any where!

Will oulperform any

a

opening sale has

dson 8

nI'wBig III

Rcnatfir Mrif-hf-n oprr.vsed ^ ot'able.

'

of

Limited

Tllharf, Oalaiio

Ck

.

At

lee

wiae

trying periods a

needs Lfdie

"

fi. '

Take

Piakham's Give k no

it

land ruotiown.

A aadidM whick has fbe wrfasea aadoraemeot of Bcarly aoo.ooo women nust be Jtwd. Chm Uu chance to help

1

a
i''

.

for airr before sod afrar diildhirfh l.Ua It to tide Tciu oTer Change of Lite. Take u » i>r..rv.-, vo«arei 1.

t

March

lit!

A

•43 firms, with lixn wipllgiili. rather large ttiereaee had been noted on April 1 of a y«ar ago, but em«

pkyaaeat waa then ia smaller v
review

in

PINRIArS VECICTIliU CilNINB E.

THE BIG STRAIGHT

8

OF THB LOW PKICE FIELD!

MMr

E8m^^^^» ^^^^^^ ^^40 Imtt Wttnm V^M^MA^MMAMwfVf9KK9»Omm99m OT0 99 ^^^^

*^

-

"

^^^M ^^^^m

999m 999

^^^^M

*

m99m HI

manufacturing,

especially of

lnmb»>r produrts, and and rai:wtv con.stnieand retail trade, while shipping companies released belp^ ,

building

in

tion

LYilA

SsvtfcaCei

'

his

was mads orally and inXcaaaUy dur " ing

much

never as

by Senator Walter E. Foster, Saint a cup of tea, and now they fOCa and Street, (Ik- .s.t .'...n Army Band, John, but his amendment was de- sends 'im a wreath I" With Adjutant Thier&teln in charge, feated. "Ah, well," The debate on thud rmdina: o- consolingly, replied the conductor, will conduct a special meeting, cup "a o' tea wouldn't which will be la the aature of a day Included a .statement i.f liie have ddae ao rood aow. fpouki tt. welocme to the anaj bf tiM taitein.surance diff icultle.s of the IX)maTcostal Assembly. liuiiui.ii by Rt Hon Arthur Melghen, (iovrrnment leader In the Senate,

TIrif.Tln's

Japans, and VBltOd Matgi'

ronver.snM"n5 'liroughouf tlio world I'"'!, iii»«iv Foreign Min M A addr<^ased himself

I'arie Ripe Bananas, doz., 'JOt R<» Cabbage

l(X).|b.

01

Lloyds

did not grant I.Ioyd.s a charter, the society could do bu.slnc
a.s

TOKIO. April ae (OP. via Havas> —Elucidation of Japan's policies In China continued In many diplomatic

27^

for

5^

kaff

dinger

enabling

eliminate thla prorlilon

lent

Mgr.

oi

t

Young Local

,

_

Fruit Wines, fptarfs

,,int^

1

KaUng

Ciood

extra

««!«»

qiiirw 1

Cryafallired

per

2T#

that

Society to obtain a Dobus waa nearly empty, and a minion charter without making the woman in deep mourning was telling cittomary $100,000 deposit, -tl- the conductor all about the funeraT malned lataat. A flaal effort to "Yes," she said bitterly, "and 'Is

rct,alllng

,

,

Sunkttt Lemons, per do.

26#

Jaice,

bags bags

formed.

Vancouver Health Association, unbill amending The council deckled to ask the and Canadian Insur- der Societies Art, Vancouver. Willow Vall'-y Women's ln.st.lt ute. Dominica OoivenuaeBt to make the ance Act passed third reading in under Societies Act. Willow Valley. pawning of war medals an offence, punishable by a fine of $25. the Senate, today, and Koes to the No cxtra-provlnclal licences were The counr-il al.so decided to purCommons. Tlie conlentiouj? clause, Issued during the week. British

aH

24-lb.

cottOtl

4 and 6

bottle

.

lb

ahr.1,1

f-it incnt iM,s fact

gieai of tiM

Britala amdi eeaaider Joint actlCB with aay other power la dealing with the aew Japanese doctrine. Tn the Rouse this afternoon. Anthf.nv Kden. Ijord Privy S^at. told a ' r: tlir (;, n nmriit had no •f>'' .ifT^. i.i; ,nfi>i Illation that. .lapnn wnidd srrV na\*l parity with nrttaln and the United States, but was "egnfttlly emtehiag" the aM^ttar.

FINEST WHITB PLOUR OBTAINABLE

Mdtbcr-, B.,t

Australian I'Jitry

After value, Vancouver.

weeks of study, the

the

added weight to Uie authoritative inXormation that

4c

Ifr^—White

'

•'uiix-nu'

.

I.',

'

!

away

(or

for

flfii'f,

'f

:

than

Sauce

Palawlfve laap.

(CP>

April 38

its substance remained a carefully-guarded secret Although the Government refused to make any statement for the time being, there was some significance In the release from authoritative sumes on Tueeday.

IS**

for

»....,..._....„....2&^

11. p.

211^

for

hu' despite tonight impatient queries in the House of

32^

,

for

Large Pnmee,**

KaUogi's AU-Braa IS^ BaplU Waa Ihae Felleh, nrr tin.

n>.

Baatam

Golden

"

hmds

Oovemment

Orten Beans. 2

2's,

.lapane.se Government over latter s "hands-off China decof the laration, was In the

the

to

tlie

Reception Cof-

Sweet Com, 2

19c Beans,

per

of the British repre.^entatlons

re.siilt

ZTt »d¥

lb.

Fresh-Ground

2T^

and

A GUARDED SECRET LONDON. April 28 (CP).—The

™...JIB# 42

Tender Green Peaa, a for i»<« •eUd Pack Tonutoee, a ^ \

15c 15c

cheese, per lb ....

Malahat Coffee,

for

Bologaa,

per lb

Red Bag Reception Tea, per lb •pedal Fraeb.a(aaad Coffey per „

Haa^

OTTAWA.

a

Monaal Oradaato MuUsr-Wall*

&

M

"

,

25o 39c

.-

Home-Madc Head-

Blur k i.bon Coffee, per lb. Blue Kihbon Tes, prr Ih

Holly

piece, per Ih

Finest Boiled per lb

49c

per lb

per lb

a6< BO^;

lb.,

Delicious Veal Loaf, ^'*"^''

lb....

Baked

Fletcher's

16<»



to

Exempt Lloyds Deposit

:

a

S2#

.

,

aavin Lasaoas to Tilal a. a.

What the Wll was trying to do. A^h lot! MirS .Senator Meighen explained, was to Audiiiirs .'^hou :.:aced In the niaiiuf ,irt uiing
i

Fiaeet Cottege Rolle. per lb Finest Picnic Sh. ir per lb. Mild Cured Breakfast Bacon, per lb

Goes

outlets

Coatlaaed ft'rom Page 1 Mr. Factor continued. The ownertreaty guaranteeing Chinese terri- ship and control of retail. Jobbing ai Integrity and eccncwlc op- and wboleeale firms must be investigated. So should the methods of '.unities. dlstrlbuMon 'and advertising. The BLAMED FOR COLLAPSE prKe maintenance agreements beThe Japaneee are said to hold Dr. tween manufacturers. Jobbers Rajchman reeponsihle for the col retailers must also see the light. and l^iee of a pact of "^on-aggravatlon And a most Important pha.'^e of wtileh Japan and China were prethe investigation will centre around ,n '"d to sign after the famous the ca.se wholesalers and reM jkden Incident of September, 1932, tailers whoofclaim they when the Chinese attacked Mpanese to purchase supplies fromare unable the. large forre<(. manufacturers even if they are willII Is alicRni i)y the Japanese they ing to pay cash. BoBie retailers, were ready to sign the agreement Mr. Factor maintained, could not and not let the situation become buy supplies direct from the manu/rorse, but that Dr. Rajchman in- facturers but were forced to pay 10 duced the Chinese to submit the per cent commission to Jobbing questl^ to the League of Nations. firms.

)

25c.

lb,

lNVt;iTlliAill)

i

\mL CLAN

iiUllk

19c

I

LIP-READING Mvate



'

TO

Others Follow

dttoi

"

u'pv frunt leg, which at to be paralyzed from the Injury to the anhnal'a brain at death, has Umbered up. He Is aUe iit to raise himself oa hla forelefs. but hasnt baea able to get his hindlegs trect Two other dogs' braln.'t -were Continued frora I'age 1 damaged badly when they were put to death, but we are hoping the balance should ba looked Into, Mr. third animal wlU raoover com- Factor said. The committee should be told how mtieh the manufacturer, pletMv " jobber and retailer got. since the Imperial Tobacco rrmpany, largest concern In C.ir s >mc ascs first

Fresh Creamery, per lb., Estra l elactei Albwta, per lb„

.

p

;i

"The


TMSsPLIMLEVim lOlOYatwat

:

"He brain of

Lead

Our

Showroom

It clear he supported the measure Japan, requesting an ezpUaaUoo of because he believed It was good, not Japan's pronouncement of "tordihlp that It waa a Government measure over Asia, and gaw the 0tata Z>eDBPARTMBNTAL MEASURE partment olhar taformatlon conIn reality it was a departmental measure, .vipprrtrd by the Dri^iiriaKaln. Dr Comlsh stated. oemlngr Oreat Britain's position. nient of Ju miKht rero\er and liavt the He agrrfd iiow-

but the higher part of the apparently ha.s not healed. Df rnurse. It 1% difficult to say hl.s brain will function nor-

tions, iH.Tin

We

Measure f^uw House Would

Contentious

tinder.sLood surance

was able

PA&T NOT HEALtO



Display at

,

to give the Presnegative reportg on W%r E:aslern developments, Late today. Sir Ronald Lindsay, the British Ambassador, called at the State Department and discussed the Japanese situation with UtodarSecretary William Phillips for more II

plete mf^ iftt tgmm. Tlie moat Important part of the revivification experiment. Dr. Cornish declared, was whether the ani- ih.Tu thirty m!mii/« 'ITie ambassamal's hrsin rell.s. dflmsjred hy death. dor rofu.sed to make any comment on his visit. It was under.«ytood, liowcvrr til,.; he informed Phillips of 1,.,!n Part of the cells. Dr. Cornish betic text of Great Britain's note to lieved, have recovered their func-

CO., LTD.

INSURANCE BILL

\,

iivallable,

a drnr

like

normal dog, growling and snapping at bits of liver, but Dr. Cornish said

Ca.

it

OWL DRUG

,1

On

,

!>^parttnent would spoalc ofbut from reliable Informa- namely

.

tiie

Xm ilsKs Warmi wItkMt sHWas tha

ta* n CaasalM a«l

GRAHAM

1934

mm.

(

President Roosevelt atid Secretary of State Cordell Hull conferred ov«r the luncheon table today, dlaouwlng a wlda nnfo of toplei which. It was believed likely, tnclnded Japan's "statement of policy toward China." Neither the White House nor the

fAP).

Cal.. April 36

liborig.

['SENATE PASSES

ca.se.

out

SAY NOTHING OFflCIAL WASHINGTON. April 26 (AP).—

Not Known Yet BERKSX£Y,

aorthwmot

in

pgrtMoB at his

ob.servcrs weft QUlCk that the ^okggi s- >u-men'. facilitated fTIWIIfttt OC Cbe official atatement. MaaawkUa, newa that Ohtna had purchased Italian* airplanes and hired Italian Instructors, and that a Oerman aircraft factory was to be built near Nanchang, creatod a stir h3re, today.

MM GAINS

lU

T

and deCan bt

safe

my

piiint

'

Burner™-

Oil Clean,

ahown hauling

love; iimeiiL. !!i

''Bowser''

pendabla.

lUrw,

alt^jrt yP!|.^o»»

.'.x,>ro.s.-
See the

the Soviet ice-breaker, Chelyuskin,

flf

(iurifs iij) fni the huge ice flo« on which they were marooned (iiir "f then February 13, when th«r Ihe leader of the 1-ar North expedition. Professor Otto Schmidt, is shown vfssfl was wifikfd in flif ue After two months in their icy surroundings, the entire party of dueLiiiij; the cierdtions at the right 102 nMn, women and (.hildren, were talien off their hazardous poaidon in a aeries of daring airplay fUgbta hy g MOrt or moir of Russian aifBMht who worked from April 10 to 12. making the r«gCMg, All

Mines,

aold

*Why dM yeo throw

JAMESON MOTORS, LTD.a

the pot of 740-7SO

nil

iOfanluaift at the plaintiff?" *9M!au9e of the adverttsement, your Inn v, "

What

advertAsemeatr tt

wWi flyamV'

' .

Liiten

to

the

Tcr raplane

-Hudion

Pro9'«m

Setiirdeyt,

7

p

in..

KOMOJ

"

THE DAILY COLOMST, VICTORIA,

PARn

THIRD

IN

QUEBEC LIKEY

i

various measures pru|»o«eil by I^u tent But9, StourUie Couoty. and

that rrraitoii of a third party tn the ProYlnoa of Quebw iinavQld»« bl«. Wtthln the next few weeks, the nifiiib<*r f
U

Mr. ChMrttn.

WILL NOT F«LU)W LKADKK

mation

Conunenting on nouncement, Th*-

Says For-

for Hpll

CiurrMn an cin/cn

of

CaniUUen Funeral

Held Saturday

Although Mr (iutrtin refused to "It divulge the reiu>i>n« for his dtMffree- poliay

wae laaniad the new party win b» cna of aoalal rafOTM, Unavoidable jDcnt wttb the Oonaenratlve party old ait ptndoiM, pemrtom to «rin QMkiO. It wae learned that dw- plniM and wMowt, and that the HULL. Qw.. Apm (€P)^In a fag tbe provlnetal eession, which party will favor the municipalization Itetcment, today, Atan* Ouertln. eondadad laet niday. the leaden at electricity ttuxjughout the ijrovPP. for Hull CJounty, announced «f tha party refueed to approve laoe."

^

Services

Will

Be

Orat

quarter

for the

loc^

fir*-

of

Church Cathedral

year,

tbie

CbM

Fire by Miinrof

M

year the

Laust

(•ptloiialh' only $7 2:11

M

1

lovs

MAKE SHOPPING A PLEASURE! MUST

family

have the

Wiggly ttow raad tiis kbd and

Improvements

Less Dangerous

n

27 and

Lowest Prices in Our Modtrn Marktt at 739 FORT STREET

at

Veai Stew Ribs Beef, lb R^SSttf Mle r r Brisket Beef, lb Rump Roasts, lb. T Bone Roasts, lb Sirloin Steak, lb Baby Beef Roasts,

20c

.'^•^..rr..—

Laaal Tarfcayt, lb. Boiling; Fowl, each

-mrv .www

«-r

.

»

50c

Heavy Fowl Local Fowl L\'

18c 60c

Local Broilers,

Rump

Veals,

35c 20c

lb.

lb.

Veal Cutlets,

lb.

Fillets Veal,

as cut,

20c 15c

lb.

M

10 TO

Llw aN

iMf

IfeeJrty

I

I lb.

SiMkt,

2

dangerous to to Robert Rassell Victoria's mo.st popular dtlzen-s. who died CMiiy y 'sterday morning. In Hoyal Jubilee Hospital, after a long lllne.s.s. will be paid tomorrow at 3 when funeral services will be held In Christ Church Cathedral. Very Rev. Cecil

Final

6e 15c

20c 23c lb

Ik..

.

.

Lamb, lb ShcMldart Lamb, Ik

PASm

B*M

PLOUR

82C

ilSOUIT MIX srr iisouiT waaa Dvwb

OAKE PLOUR

Naf SaMa«a, bdh

tOc

far

KELLOGG*S

M

20e

rkt.

!

rke.

'i

12e

Ik

9c

1.^

112



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UBBY'S PICKLES J.r

Mhllr

SMALL'S IgfiAD

1

i

t

or

18c

Br*wa

30 oa.

Jar

PmNOE'S LOiSTU " rr 12c DUNBAR OYSTERS 4^ DUNBAR SIWIMP T,.

20o

...

40

a.s.s(^iatc
w,i.s

with T.

J.

(forxllake In the iiusurance and real by the estate firm of Ooodlake Webb. Mr. Webb was assistant secretary of the local Rotary Club, and wa^ the association's song leader. He was also choir leader at the City Temple for a considerable time.

&

the

Apples

19
1«# 48^

4#a*

IM

.•*

I

••••••

^

I Rbibarb

will

be

mmm REAL ESTATE Reduced Fron $12,000 io $9,000 A MODERN RESIDENCE AND S ACllt OF GROUNDS. OPPOSITE COLWOOD GOLF LINKS, IN A BEAUTIFUL LOCATION

Mr

Including a complete and up todate list of all Canadian manufacturer, tiavlng a more than- local distribution for their products, the Canadian Itada Index for 1M4 was ntmUf published by the Caiuidian

-

Kcsidcncc contains larpe livin^-rooni with open fireplace, and windows commanding a fine view across the ]i(ulf link.s: dininp-room, well-arranfi:«d kitchen ;ind hrcakfast alcove, three f^ood hedrooms and bathroom witii first-class fittings and fixtures; very comfortable den with open fireplace; hardwood floors; furnace; double garage.

Manufacturers' Association. As pointed out In the introduction of the Index, the dustinctive fcathi.s ediuon are the inclu..f

an export section, provided by the Department of Trade and Commeroe, dealing with the faeiUties of the Domlnton Ooremment sion of

Well laid-ont protinds. chicken

commercial Intelligenoe service export costs, financing methods, proi.i'. 'i as well as a| cedure and

lujiisc

fur

200

tine

trees

fir

l-irds,

nnd s^nie rock;

and property

all

fenced!

Full particulars on inquiry.

directory ol exiwrlers of agricultural

produce.

Owing

TALK ON

COLES, HOMfELL

to the detailed classifica

tlon

d the 843-pafe Index, proepec-

tlTe

purehassn are genenlly in a

&

CO., LTD.

638 View Street

posltlen to get In direct contact with aiiuf (cturers of the goods desired rear; he index is in constant use

QlSiS

AtrrOitOBILE

!

of

AND WRi

i

i

')\

There he received his education and boraino an apprentice in the pharmaceiit iral department of nav fompany. While the Hud.son In Winnipeg, he married Mls.s Klizabeth Mather, by whom \\f had two sons, Robert, Jr., and Barrett, both

<;

NSTHtAI^

".ernment departments, pur-

cha.sing agents of manufacturers, railways, municipalltlei and pubUc utility operatiens.

A crowd was returning from a At dance one Saturday evrnlng of tho tram .sat a young fellow fin
rtinirr

nant.

she

gave the boy

V u tii shed OT VnfUf* and ^ee Our ^'fHng9

//<>;/ sr.


nuiiedp tail

Mend

a

piece of her mind, concluding with:

"What do you suppoee the

!

Like a shot aaoM the reply a mlddls-ated HOMn sitting oppo"Good 'eavwif don't you worry about me. m'dear, I've lid my day!** site:

in ihe tnun will think?"

surance and the methods that ought to be adopted by agents and field men in order to aoeuia permanent business for their oempanles. Business, he said, that la soki is not as good as business that Is bought. Psychological business Ls not the type that remains on the books of an Insurance company. Mr. Dumfee explained the importance of a proper method of approach to a prospect, a definite sales plan and the requisites for better selling. One of the Important things about life Insurance selling. Mr. Dumfee said, was that agents should be fully prepared when they go into the field and that they should have a thorough knowledge of e bu.slnes,s. His entire addre.!>.s was of interest mainly to insuranoe men.

.s

22e 16o ISo 4 5

25c 25c 3 29c 23c 5 25c 5c 3 7c

ROME BEAUTIES

Kill

Orapefruit h:.'"'"

The matter

master of cereWebb was well known

role

of Victoria.

WENT

OVERSE.\S

Leaving the Prairies, Mr Webb took his family to Fernle. where he up in the drug business. Later, ho went to (iateway pn^Tlctor

M

a Lemons

11

,s

works committee.

{Am

of a hotel there.

DKUotova at

I Orancaa

25e

.shlje

trouble.

.set

Bananas

.

-

Tlie subjr«ct of hLs n'ddre.ss wa.s native of From*, Somerset"Life Underwriting, Its Problem.s shire, Bngland. Mr. Webb migrated and Possibilities." He dealt mainly as a child with his famUy to Winniwith the bu.slne.ss of selling life inpeg.

J.At

CHOW CHOW—Large

Tta

"

"

CROSSE & BLACKWELL*S MUSTARD CHEF SAl'( Bottle BRANS N KLE—9 OS. Jar I'L! I'ARl

MUSHROOMS

Tta

38c 25c

^

J

BIRK^S

^OlK^k

:

SHOW

Anions;

a.s he as.sl.sted fund concerts CkM-doB r. Duatfee, of TaBeaarer, iuid other charitable drives. He Gaest (Speaker af Underwriter*' also took part in local stage plays, AMeciatien at Lancbeon and was Instrumental in starting the Uttle Ibeatn In Oak Bay some Gordon P. Dumfee, manager of yearn ago. At one time, he was a valued 'member of the former Vic- the Oreat-West Life Assurance oftoria Amateur Dranntlr .Six-lety, fice in Vancouver, was the guest and more recently took part in the speaker at the luncheon meeting of motion picturr. "Tlic Crimson Para- the Victoria Life Underwriters' AsdLsc, produced here by the Com- sociation, held in Spencer's diningroom, yr.st.Tday. monwealth Productions, Xitd.

COO f

ADMISSION TO FLOWER

were dealt with at the meeting, last evening, and will be made to ituprove these were Hanip

effort

them.

A

'' aft*-

Tin 14,»

2*.

or

an

to the radio audience. in many Chrl.stma.s

f

'

P LUii"t^mii "ra^^^^^

a Tin.

BARTLETT PEARS—Squat

he

In

POWDMS mpmii

COFFEE COFFEE

KhKUlT— Squat 2'« Tm !!< ITTBD CHBRRXBS—e«aat 2's

"

Ho

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Tta

\ahoh

t'r

Tim I

i

1

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3

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JELLY

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A

lO/,*?, LarRe

.Small

A K his

!

LAKES

Bakiag Powder

Tinio,-

ASPARAGUS TIPS— I's, tall Tin ACUKS — Fancy sliced or halves, squ.it i

'

i-

These council

.

W

inonle.s.

Tin 7 ^ Tin »' Tin

^.

OP VICTORIA'S CHOICEST FLOWSRB

thm

residents on isolated streets wanting the dust nui.sance abated. CLUB bLC KLLVUV It was pointed out by Councillor The deceaiad, who was fifty-one H. Mearn.s that the council had years of age. was. alnoe 1933, manBcfopted the liK-al Improven.cut plan aging secretary of the Victoria for street work, and if they were to branch of the Automobllt Club of give one section oiled .strect.s and British Columbia. Trom 1920 to not othens. there would be more 1922,

Be

AYLMER CANNED FOODS TOMATOES—Choice, squat 2'. CORN— Choice White, 2*. PORK and BEANS— Large 2'/i'8 PORK and BEANS— 16 ounce

-v

ONTARIO CHEESE MACARONI

23c 17c

lb

HkAN

!

1

.

LUkN PBP

;

make

safe.

weeks past.

A.MroiiLY

26c 22c

'

I

Severely stricken with The question of septic tanks wa.s a heart attack last December, from again considered, and It wa., d the hospital Al- ity of the Victoria golf course and though his condition Improved suf- the waterfront, that the septic tank ficiently to allow him to return to does not confonn to the pUubs m>his home, a relapse occurred after proved by the engineer, and that It three weeks and Mr. Webb again must be altered. entered Royal JubUae. Hli conThe works committee win take up dition had been aerloue for aome the eomiMalnts received from wme

m m m wild

tmprovad. Ohlaf

needlBf hnprovemant to

hla paaslng.

lOc I8e-20c 27c 17c

DBUcioci raw cnvTrnT

I

!

iNutA

-r^C

» » » »



travel,

Police John 8yma reported on certain eomers that he regarded as of

tribttte

Webb, one of

CANADIAN

tSc » "» •«

Summer SBB THB$B CHARMING FASHIONS AMONGST A BEAUTIfVL nTtWC

Road and Cranmore !{
ibft.

Leg:s Finest

Tu

MQIiy JI9

Intradiiatary

M

Mv

Will Parade the Ngwcst Fashions for Spring and

Be Carried

municipality of Oak Bay will taka aetton in seeking to have certain comers that uv ngarded as

pm

Choice Atbaria larkaia

to

The

FOR APRIL

f

"Living Models"

Out to Render Travel

Friday and Saturday

SHOW

AGRICULTURE BUILDING. WiLLuWb

feMa

SAFERJPERS

SPECIALS MMtt

la

OAK BAY SEEKS

Walk into any up dtch article,

best.

pick

I'lggly

tlu"

SPRING FLO\\ ER

TliLs vt-ar Ihf

KNOW

your purchase, your privilege to and Plffly Wiggly ur^t-s you to extrdtc Be critical! In food. al>ovf all thmfjs, your t!>

<

claim.

AT PI6GLY WIGGLY

tMilitv

at

amnal ttra amoBg the

flmres are In ranada,

at 3:30 o'clock

px-

wii.s

HMuxinllng to

>w,

!>«

Victorta'a

it.

Today

fllmiiilnr

quarterly fire loss figure placed at only |i.4MJ6.

11

/

cl»-creaj«

I

the

111

ooamarad wtth tba flral quarter oi im. wtm ravMlad in fltuiee made pubUe yeel ar day

Christ

in

HUBH ANTIAI,

A

Sum-

last

clMi.sen

succeed Mayor Houde, of Montreal.

VjM

For Quarter le UmmatuMy Low

ROBERT WEIIB

Maurice Du-

i>arty.

tlie

who was

|)le»Lb mer to

.s

oiuiwu

today, aa>s

New Group

of

Mr

27,

DEATH CLAIMS

"Severai inoatha ago, Mr. Uuertiu at a maetfaw ot HbU Cknai fmU ree. stated he would not follow the leader

Mwnber

l-RIDA V, Al'KIL

B.C.,

iMrmi M

18c

Torratoes

45c

Coconuts Onions

23c

2d..

30o 400

2e«.59o 2e«.70o

No. 1 lb.

.

i..a

lb..

"

: ,

He went overseas in the early days of the Great War, and after ArmUtloe. until Itao, was In charge of the army medical stores here. Besides his widow and sons, who 1716 St. Ann Rtreet. tlie .survived by three slsEddlnsrton. of Hardi.sty. A!t)(Tta. .Mr.s William Hinks. of Lo.s

reside

at

derea.^1

, .

I

IT-.

ii

is

Ml.'

AtiK'le.s. and Mr.s. E. Mcintosh, of Vaniouvrr. also three brothers. H. Webb, of New Westminster; H

UAK iiu

n.

i

.

Webb, of Jawcr, Alberta, and WUliam Webb, ol Ohieairo.

Ntataaa

3».12e

10».17e ,r^.43e

«

MAN

4

AI lt.NU

mm

H .NKK.\L

Many

EXTRA SPEOIAU M CHERRY FRUIT CAKES, aach PiNEAPPLE LUNCH CAKES, each ORANGE BREAD -Something New each CHERRY GENOA FRUIT CAKES, aach

STRAWBERRY JAM RVviii iffvov

um

45c

He

i^r..

Robin Hood Oats

RED RIVER CEREAL JAP RICE FANCY WHITE SAGO PEARL BARLEY GREEN PEAS

LARD

M

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f

I.'

I

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23c

IBa 15c 15c

OASTILESOAP

Omra

O

Ik.

lIDC

3».99c

a..

60 SOAP 3 Bar. lOC 2a«n

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0. RAPNTilA

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1.

45c

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PUT UP HANDS AND THEN HIS CASH

Interment Bay Cemetery.

elating.

Rom

Maximum Performance iirouyii Every Spring Weather Variation i

Totraethyl 76 Spring Gaaolino

;

BAKING POWDER Mart*

GOLD DUST BARS FAIRY SOAP

TORJT TISSUE PALMOLIVE SOAP

without aeskasal In our

PICGIY WICCLT

has changed

tell

mv

in life

home how

wor.-ls

man's

menacing

Mr.

attitude.

Stusser complied with tha put up hla hands.

iHir

to

see me my to a little girl

"You must come and

i

dear." said a

It

acquaintanoft

from sorrow number?"

to real hai.p.n-'^s ,Saskas*l In the, istte e-oi jar, fl»c, at Hudson's Bay

|ic^.?i«i«im

(CP).—8.

A. stuaser. manager of tha Ifain Junk Company. Main Street, wm

suffer from RheuConstipation. Aridity. Oaatrlc Disorders or High niood Pressure, Saskasal. the only Natural Mineral Salts with lodlde.s will afford you relief at a rrjst to you of only two cents per day. Mrs. Westlake. of Webb, Saskatehewan. writes: "I have spent as much as 16 a treatment with diffemnt doetois to no avail, and after using one )ar of Heskasel I am praettoaUy eured, ao will never be

Neuritis,

can't begin to

30

hekl up today as he was the firm's money by a man twenty-five years age. of who escaped wtth $43 In cash The manager was alone In the office when the young bandit appeared, with one hand tJinist deeply into his coat pocket Noticing the

Whether you

matism,

FIG

VANCOUVER, AprU

AKLUr 00«T1 ONLY TWO BAT

^mnj[

f>h

yes-

Daddy

says

woman

Da fW kMV

retried

the

you iiwad

my

child: at

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attnwfted the attention of the peo-jand Mwouxk: txincipi* (.(M)l» I t.Mi umi Oaa'a aan tary of the AuLornoblle Club, whirli he founded, Is • by Great Britain Favors ,^ri UNlolned In Itu- .stiailgt- fiiMM pie of akMsk every part ef the | and as an unusually insplniig entertainer at a uig and the Montrealers ^t^l> ul world to BrltLvh Columbia Previous 8"' nor m»ii -k nt ot ncpttt*) AJl •iiDacrlptlon rates i)»yal)le In advanre Canadian Exporters Mall sut>- host of functions. He was knowa, abow all, as a (i«vr ttir court wlntrd rxccrMa play, Vaneovrar went on a quuk.. • .1 u> the discovery of Uic placer de- rrom •crlbcra are requested to make all ninitlaju t-s du-ect hu »ork on V K R Y (irt.iil i-f ihr Ma^eioc aooring rampafe and taskk ot six Kood fellow with In.splriiiK manners and bonhom"How Th«in RocktcU Grow Fold V 8 posito ta the Oarlbee dlsMsl Il..^,ls to The Daily Coloiiui. LONDON. April as (CP). Ihc minutes pushed thslr kad to nine And with lovic quiu faraatln luie, a6 a sportsman tu his llniier tips And as an Pulitciibcrs la ovdcrliM ehangt ot addrait abouM Is built lor tha Columbia wa.s practically an un Piovrd Um nuuraa WHV MBVfMilva House of Commons moved, tonight, points, as-ae. Nattooale oeMolldatwith p.iiiiFi flitrattwa frwtt tka aanaa lyMtair Mtor. Webb was in his strength required PMtHai old »nd iww tMim, for the first time, to estatjll.sh a 5 ed thslr attaeks aitf staled a tastknown laud and an undiscovered t«nk brlow for su eiigine of aupcracroMipll.s)irnenta. Ho did ««Cellent work in his them on iim breaklat nUjr that put i': rint' ^ii;-S levd power. By IsnM V» OMMdB, OrMt Britain, the United SUtet and association with the AutomobUe Club, had been country. It wee aa nISartr isalalad Th»n Willi profllr. plan md .acuon wMh long the PRunnee five odda, in iiiaii'itac! ured i:' pa!< from the grent rpnt!P% of trade and Did the plaliiiilT prova aMMaltaa it is the Mrxlc-o. cxre-ijt distill la us above; moat luKged ('aiiada or oilier Knipire ((HioLi let, haifHsar ttmarti the parlod. Provf)f or* from .dit levd tlirM for many years a leadlnff spirit tai serrlee work with ««te In Taarly chassis ever built $tioo hv Uidu»try lii&l although It w»s a prefereiin hv rai.^iiu: luce agMl vent to the front with it eflei !''ri their deadly sinpiiiK t)ii! NaiionaliHalf Yearly Ford ... or any t)thr: 00 In the community, and tliere are not many ViclllClllIli T\Tiy (lfmMlJ.^' r«tll>li . ^ lUl flit he (lilt from 10 to l«'l BritMi pnaawiilmi the finpcrlal gov with remained c1ob«- bi t;;n,l u< \fi nioic > b Uct tK>«rd calculation Quarterly manufacturer, at any 1.30 tor iaiis who did not know him well or who had patent leatiier and exempting ttie eriiiiieiU of the day resardcd U as than tour itoini.s. until tlie la.M inm tfUag * v S like the Empire product from the increase. not heard of his tenlal ^laraetertetlea. Re will be S iut'tSr SL'alM) iitr.s Friday. April 27, 1834 ',\lien [If Westerneih .swepl of little value to ttie Empire. From But The more has igeqial stmlflrance tdroiiKii the widely mniiincd l))tli here and farther afield, Bui drfeiidaiit court- playing Nafor the wladon and foroalsht of the Made It clrar wiiti a u.ndr; from Hm standpslBl of Chwada. tioiun. lo any noddle MjUcul to Win b> seven and tiic deepest sympathy will go out to his resident .ser\aiit' 'J SecAID TO Bvgln. Parlhuaeatary XiSsUe of the f^rown, tth- That dtp and airUM aMI aa POlJl!. oilrnted |t|aiia Widow, SQoa and oCImv msmbcrt ef the family in retary to the Board of Trade, reTill' ti aiii^ province which is aow British Co- Would thrn proparly vrajactad Veali c! that half of Great Hrltaln's nt.nw the bodlm dlaOWUMeted v,.rii r'r-.ince— H. Mclntyre Th« Dominion Oovemmcnt Iim MtMed th« bis lumbia might have'beeome an at- rue wfarr hf piiKiiict ionics Iioin tniMurd judaa IM rrwni< aloQS aad lmt>->rt.s (it (8^, A. liuinstead. forward ff)iir Wp.stnii Pmviiii-. uhsi ,uit ially during vi-rv utMktA la aia Mia). tarhnuTii of th'» I'lilted States. jC'ana.•! ^ulnl.^ from the United tlie years ul deyre&siuu. taken of It has care Certain portions ol the poaaesslons Space at m» rornmand prohlbUs J. Punres, centra (14); A. MaoDonLtd. Ar;y ll.M of nhihlts M.i!<-, and Ijetwecn 14 and If pOT nell. ^^Petteni prorlaelal louur maturing In Weir Tork of the Grown en the PaeMe OeaSt gvaid (3); E. Armstrong, *19 KATKS bXIUlKT cent from Germany. guard M Pierre Abrahnii! ur!!iiit.r in I. a Noiivelle .ii.'''.i(iv had been iBBflspetated to From A and B 4o X Y Z and twtatr (4); B. Smith, nawd. to the extent of $15,000,000 I' h.is loan, d those Total. Bat «. tba elark vha dl4 Uta fliinc province* lor provincial purposes, InciucUng jHevue trancaise, of I'ans, says that in deteruiin- the republic. !*•*>. **Mr m. la k«Mv siuw. Montreal Nattonale—L. Patrick Mr. Burgin e.ei .sijuare foot to the '2>: M. Patrick, forward (15); p Wa must halt* to our oonelution. Orltfln centre excusable, (6>: for those com in now C Melville have each British their own particular meaning. The price of patent leather, and ing Is orer $50,000,uuu. These flgiires were given The Judta'a wlae decldon when llM lwt ;)i gu!i:.i ,,' vv ^,, mi j paratlvely far-off days means of revealed that the total value of lone sperch wai uild. hf Mr. E. K. Rhodes In his budget speech to that left aide. He says, always carries the stronger Scli.uei, KaUiU 14'. lotal, 4a. Well, to give It In k trier he patent leather Imports to ths United communication between the colony ion Took Um MtUr •ub-Judlcp Ms. ..kil! and the public may appreciate the burden which the forces, .such a.s detei ininat Kingdom was tmjKtO isisislia at rr uiK distant pets of the world were WWla tha lawyer* went to Europe, and Federal Oovernment Is carrying. It has not only ambition. On the right side can be read the Uw IMlaant*— to btH. a year. neither away aer awlft. It Is said Bte said patent leather was not to look after Its own obligations. Including rail- emotions and feelings; the loyes, the hates, the L En vol maniifaetured with any great suc»nd Roe, much out of pocktt. way deficits, but It has to protMt the national Joy and sorrow, the gaiety and sombrencss. M. that III news travels fast, ihe Doe cess in the United Kingdom, because same may be sSld Cf good news. At laeh • Ire loose in U« lockat. credit, . 'Mia ara " HlUowa arate aspects more or less deeply Imprinted. He aU events the news cf the diseorery For— mytelllancuate defaulting. quick-dryinK .-un.shlne. which Ls It to my sorrow— I '•'oiM • of gold In the Cariboo country of Metafai fee and Doe from me did borrMT. absent tor a c, n.Mdi rablf ime of rxptl Hie proYlaeei have paid Interest on the loans has found a winning smile on one side of a face British Columbia soon travelled to Roe A silver dot. to arbitrate wlta good old the year in the Bnti.sh isles. bMSs aad uiu. advanced, with |be exception of Saskatchewan, and a heavy scowl on the other. In one eye he Oallforala. which eowtahied many Mr. Burgin mentioned an agreeirtileh haa tendarad treasury bills. Now those has caught the glint of comradeship and sym- gold-dlgRcrs. to Australia. and ment between the British and Cathe pathy, and in other the cold, hard look of nadian leather industries under House Committae Against provtneea are asking for further relief. ObTides at Victoria many other parts of the world, apd which the British industiy would viously the structure of Coofederatlon, as re- the ralculator. He says that by placing a folded the Limiting Scope of Comfirst goM rush was off or on not have objected to a IS per cent APRn, gards financial obligations, stands In need of re- paper over one-half of your friend's portrait It was that first emigration of Time of tides (Pacific standard UmeK preferential rate for the Canadian mercial Activities form. This may explain why Premier Bennett while reading the other half, you will gain a sold-huaters which product. He added, however, the laid the foun- J^jVictorla. SC.. for the month cl April. Crovernmenl had known nothing of says that amendments are due to the British deeper knowledge of character thaif It WM.poe dations of the dty ef Vleterla and this agreement at th'? time of the OTTAWA. April 28 (CP).—By an Time H I Time H'tTlire H'tlTtme H North America Act The Western Provinces have sible to learn before. established a short era of proq>erlty Data H M Ft. H. M Ft !H M Ft H. M Economic Conference and overwhelming vote, the House oom Pt Ottawa been eiigageu sui orgy ol s pe nding, and tiiece 1 1:41 I3ll0es 3.IIII:6S 7.0 31:31 6.3 that, anyway, an agreement between for British Columbia. mlttee on banking and commerce > 3:01 l.stlO:JO 3.3lll:4S 7.0 31 :M • • two industries Some day governments will get back to the should be some measure applied to eaaMe them could not be consid• • * S 3:30 1 1111:40 1.71.. ered binding on the Administration. today, defeated a motion Uiat would Again history is doing what It 4 principles of government and cease the policy 3:40 I0lt2:3« 1.4|.. lo live within their means. 5 have 4:0S B1|13:3I ML. Important said, concessions, he prevented any bank director often has done, according to his- • of Interference with affairs which, in the best 4:35 I8IU34 1.3.. had beau BMde by the Canadian serving also as iUreetor of a trust 5:10 R 4 15 31 7'. Interests of the governed, should be none of their torians. It is repeating Itself. The 7 Ooyemment, espeeUdly recently, to company, insurance eompany, in1:30 7 1111:31 3.3 concern. Ttie matter was tersely put by Lord resources of British Columbia are P MO 71 I K •.» »:U 7.1 lT:n S.S meet the wishes of the XJtMtd King- vestment or loan eompany. 10 MS 7.7 8:SI S.81I:>S 7.0 11:10 S.S dom on trade matters. The motion wa.s an anifiidnient Figures made public by the Federal Minister of Mucaulay a century ago when he wrote: "Our many and various, but the future 11 1:30 7 1 7 30 4 7"13:S8 l»il« 08 4 3 to ttie Bank Act. ..a 1:34 7 1 8 08 3 7 14:35 7 0|1I:S0 50 iki ion TO INCREA8B finance show that for the year IMS the eoontry rulers will best promote the Improvement of the of the provlnoe depends more upon la II 1:34 «.I 8:44 3 8115:54 7 1 30:31 5.7 niere was no doubt, he said, that slderation by tiie conunittec, moved nation by strictly confining themselves to their Its minerals than upon any other 14 h.i'i to .supply $67,183,489 for deflclt.s incurreri by 1:41 83 0:31 3.3117:30 7.3 ai:00 8.4 by C. G. Power, Liberal member for IS Canada's share of the United King3:0S IS'lOOl 1.7118-45 7.3 31:35 7.0 the Canadian National Railways. The CNit. legislative duties, by leaving capital to find its single industry. The discovery of IS 3 3S 18110:45 5 30:34 7.8 31:40 7.4 dom's patent leather trade would Quebec South, and was dlrseted 17 3 41 8 8 11:30 1.5 bodgel ftn* the present year reaches a totdl of moat lucrative course, cmnmodltles their fair placer doposits created a boom, II tend to Increase progrresslvely under against the evil which Hr. Fower 3:54 8 4 13:15 1 7 claimed existed through bank direc$8.^000 nnn i,, which thei- v .m r',';t;iated deficit prices, industry and intelligence their natural which wa.s morplv temporary, but it II the new prefereiue 3 41 8 3111:01 1.1 30 00 8.1 13:41 3 3 Despite the fact that the budget tors sening on boards of other ••••••• also proved a valuable advertisereward. Idleness and folly their natural of $48,UtiU,u00, or $10,000,000 less than last year's punish31 0 40 «.! 14:U a.7 •••••• • • • a a resolution under which the duty flnanclal institutions, gaining con 0:44 i.0|lS:34 8.1 corresponding figure. The outstanding debt of ment; by malntalnhfig peace, by defending pro- ment, and Indireetly. If net direct- 23 was made etTectlve was passed by a trol of substantially the whole of 33 0 40 7 8118:18 3,«' perty, and by observing strict ocol.^ '1ii,,n! ii, 'National in tlie hand.s of the public every ly, restated in the colony becoming 34 0 35 7 71 7:40 8 8 10 20 vote of 209-4:). debate on it aroused the finanelal reaeuroae oimnon. he • • • occur In tha table, tba tido rlaaa or falls way company of $661,832,895, and accrued Inter- thirds of the voters did not bother to exercise mission." A CONCESSION Wherever gold-seekers are gath- contlnuouAlv during two suaeesslva tidal periods without turnint their franchise and The London Observer says at aa of December », 19M. The oommlttee also defeated an He added that the preference was ered together there are disputes, Tha height Is In feet and tanthg of a The interest charges which hav^ to be met "that a community that treats its franchise with and inevitably there is litigation in foot, maaiurad from tba avaraM toval of a laii:<' roi;cc.s.sion to C:i.nada in tiic amendment to the Bank Act which low watar. would reqtilre returns showing the out oX the proceeds of taxation constitute an this indifference will have itself to thank for any the courts. During the flr.st gold To find the depth of water on the sill of Brlli.sh market, whuh the (knern- annual average of loans and debecause Csqulmalt drydock. add IIS feet to ment .^nid inu.st be Kivin Abnormal prfce to pay for public ov^ershlp, and shocks It may austala Ja the eoiirse of the next rush to the colony nearly all dis- the elanlfled as to provinces, reea hw all Sehoel BMrd Advised tha hatsht of high water aa aboro given the lntere,st,s coiu rned had agreed posits three years." Teacher^' .Mlnwaneen te Be To ttia dapth of water on tha alii to fax every boat It Is rightly regarded by Premier Bennett as and shoe manu- and the Interest charged, and a putes about claims and boundaries of thannd eewbaaa drydock. add SO (act to Greater by f433 cla-ssiflcation of the loan.s to indusCanada's chief financial problem. It may be said ar Msh watar aa akara siTtB. factured In Great Britain." were settled according to the good tlta NIOBT-raCB He accused the Administration of tries. that the Minister of Finance In his budget old rule, the simple plan, until the A long amendment which would being reduced to a position In which Esquimau school board was adMOONBISB speech did not, in any way, attack public ownerAND MOOlflBT tela Sb- Matthew BaOUe Begble Lady, the world is old, and wt are young. it could not resist one manufaeturer require banks to show in their anvised last night that the recent renual report intimate details of their ship. He did hLs best to place the railway .situJtut world Is old, tonight, and full or tears establLshed a more equitable plan. Time of moonrlse and moonupt 'Pacific who had entered an agreement with business not now reoorded, met with IskHt of Provincial OevetMnenl And tumbled dreams, and all its souk-s are sung. ation In as favorable a light as possible. The But the law as established by the standard time), at Victoria. BC. for the Canada, and said it should have a defeat when grants for feaehers' salaries will remonth B. lymiklns. C. inspecaC April. 1034 And ri. r no more from the tombed "little moi" b.ickbone and stSdSd VP yean. figures, however, speak for themselves. It had late Ohlef Justlee dM net eraate " tor-general of banks for the Oov- sult in an increase for Brl* : <'.m: \ Lady, inc ^urld is old, but we are young. Day of $435 from this ni»es Brt' been anticipated that many millions of dollam nnment, claimed that such publtprecedents which became perma- 1 I 23 p m. source 8 03 a of revenue for the rematataf Onoe only shines the mellow moon so fair; ratlon would not be In the public would be saved to the taxpayers through the 10:43 p.m. nent. At a later period there were I 8:31 a in seven months of the school year. One speck of Time is Love's Eternity. interest •••••••«••••• It was moved tS:Oe p.n« by Ilarry T:OS a m <9eratlon of the Railway Transportation Act disputes and Utigatlorai, appertaln••••.••«•*«.. Once only can the stars so light your hair. 7:M a m IJ.(;. H.\,SKIIII\IIIR8 H[>encer. U F A rVrmi.s.slon for the school sports member for Battle .....«.•••••« 1:00 a.m. 1:41 am pa.s.sed at the late srs.slon of Parliament and by And the night make your eyes my psaltery. Ing to which we have received the River. day to Ik- held on May 23 at Flts):flS a.m. 10:00 a m Lady, the world Is old. Iiove still Is young. the appointment of a Board of Trustees to assist The committee will meet again on herbcrt Bullen Memorial Park was t;M a.m. 11:31 am following letter from a reader: (Last Qoartar an Tth) Tuesday. granted by the board. in promoting economies in public ownership. Let us take hand ere the swift moment end. Dear R. B. D.,—Am sending verses 1:10 a.Bk 13:43 p m My heart Is but a lamp to light your way. During ths by J. Herrlck McOregor, whd no • ••••••aaaaaaa >:4a a.m. 3:04 p m month. Lampoon Despite these movfs. houevn there i.s still an cs10 4:01 a.m. 3:34 p.m street School had an attendance of My song your counsellor, my love your friend. doubt you remember. They strike II N//J/ ) 4 31 a m. \ / ttmated deficit of $48,800,OQO for 1934. obviously HI Coatlaaod From Pace 1 4 41 p m 94.2 per Your aoul the shrine whereat I kneel and pray. :vlillf- the hlKh me as being a flrst-cla.s.s "takp nr la hool 4 38 a m. 5'5I p m. some much better result should be legitimately nearly 3,000 in spotty fasMon. The »o lio i>i r cent attendance. had a Lady, the world grows old. Let us be young. 4:58 a m of the comedy side of mining lliiRa- II 7:14 p.m. lb lone time when the dashing attack lU OB istb) as an outcome of the recommendations exp" we liaetitlon of technical 3^ honors with tall John Purves. whose Shlneth" and the Twenty-third liard hwnM Hient smoklng-ooncsrt warm weather prevails over this Province. 3 18 p m. 3 18 s.m. and exclaimed. 28 well, and the changes that have taken place, mining phrase.i 4:38 p.m. 3 33 a m. smart one-handed tosses were the Psalm. The profusion of beautiful and presentation of rrosts have been general in Saskatohewan and prlaes on May Here am I. sitting on the apex, 37 0:41 p.m. 1:48 a m and that ara taking place all the time, whether Manitoba. subject of miich comment. Ken- flowers testified to the esteem in T:01 p.m. 4 01 am 10, in the Veterans of PYance clubwatching my learned friends trace 31 29 nlngton, whose powerful legs en- which the decea.sed was JUaa de Fuca to btevan— Light to for better or worse, never perhaps were more 0:11 p.m. 4 33 a m held. rooms, were dlscasKed these wretched lateral eateaslens at the (Ml Kaon on nth) abled hhn to twist through the NawtaMte; generally fair and mild. variable followinK were The pallbearers; monthly meeting, last night, numerous than they have been within recent SO 0:41 p.m. 1:04 a.m. tiooBla guards and lunge with tellof the EBD STAa ANB mON CASK FBKirn A I ION and TEMPERATUBIB Percy A. Bodkin. James J. White, Veterans of France Club. gSn^tions. Some of these changes ara noted "rha Mctaeraloctaal Ohasrvatanr. Oon« ing sffeot at the baskets, tallied 15 President Br RKRRiOK Mooaaoon Jaoob A. Kirkpatrlck, Ueorge B. Charles Holmes was in the ehair. alas iFot twelve > aaiaaia. hours ending TUMria, 5 p.m Ml by Hon Dorothy HockI wrltinR in Oood Housepoints. Purves. one of the keymen John, Roy B. Brsthour and Arttanr A RBBUia Various ooounlttee reports sub. Rain Min. Max of the Province's attacks at his keeping, of London. Gloves, she says, ahnost L. Wilson. If there's one fact lhafa appari'nt mltted showed the club to be operVictoria centre pevsUlon. tos.sed in 14 rx^ints 49 .-..-...-Trace 56 OiaUtB ANU 8UNSIT To Ihp thoushtful Brliuti parent The remains were laid at rest in ating on a iound and satisfactory dltd a natural death during the Great War. Un- Nan'&liiio cHit nhutcd MrTiii\Te Harvey ... .... ....... 8 70 As worthy of transmitting from tb« taUwr Holy Trinity Cemetery. basis. dripS fl hands \^ o formerly reprobat.d :,ow Vancouver to tha kid. APRIL points and A 6. . ..... ...... 56 68 Til tha Icaleal foundation, Tlma ef aunrtia and luniet (l>aciflc . 58 80 M. PATRICK »iAKH tl|S7 create 00 shock. Punctilious notes tis which Kamloops of tha Anglo-Saxon nation •toadard Uma). at Vtetaila. 941^ Mr tiM Oeorge ..... ... 42 80 That Uw Is law and right la rithl. anS moatb ef AprU. tN4. Murray Patrlek. looking the way iMsreourse was carried on by those at a distance Prince Justloa must be did. Estevan Pc^t 58 .48 his famous father, Lester, must from each other have been displaced by the Prince BnpSrt km- eunana. IdT44 58 Which It happens In the mountaina Day riat Ml Oar Mm Mt hare appeared thirty yean ago, was tcletrtiMM. Perhaps the most ..... That we sometlmaa taa tba laHnlalaa remarkable AtUn 40 58 the top of the tallying column of 1 .. Hi «:4l 1* ... 1:33 7:01 or Justlee a la MMas lA* (MMI S«r for It 1 .. 22 62 t-.ii • 43 change Ihks been in clothes. The writer says Dawson a............ ............ 17 ... 1:31 The black7:04 the Montreal aquad. Ilka men). 1 4t « 44 II ... t 30 7:0S haired forward collected a total of , 52 66 And M for British glory. that "the plus fours that take Bond Street and aeattle 4 .. 1 47 0 4!> 7 0« Portland .... I'll put you up tba story 60 72 15 points 7 field RnaLs and 1 free S .. 41 I 47 30 ... t 11 7 01 Pkcadilly in their stride unnoticed would have Snn P'randseo Ot a fTMM vMab not tko Ufco •( M *» "tt aaak maa In hli OMaaura would do a brothar i pari 54 .shot 72 Murray and his brother, • .. • :U 31 a S:4I ... 1 14 7 01 aeaia. IM east a rar ef aunabina into broihrr'i heart. 7 ,. 8:41 caused consternation in hearts beating under SpokHiip . 4:4t 33 ... 1:13 7 11 I.ynn. both member.s of last year's 52 74 Haw ekaated veuM he ear aeantry, t .. »:M 1 SI 33 . ... ftio 7 13 ................ It was iTll-pork the teller Dominion tllleholders. Victoria Blue 60 84 frock-coats forty years ago. Long skirts, with Lx>s AuReles • ftum ehantea vaaM Se ear soari" • .. • (.17 <:M 34 ... B:Ot 7 U or rra whisky— and a falltr Pentlcton Rlbbon.i, together scored 21 points, ..... 53 10 :54 .. »:I9 • 33 07 ... $ 7 15 nr m»n To cbaer Um hearu their mud 'p.Tttercfl to ml aiaU r (• phvUeal aaoS. anS U tmplre aow .m, and thslr m*'HflnS Of Vernon CaUed tha "Oolantt tnm Boaatwt" had 11 .. S:lt • :U 31 ... OS 7 18 half of ................ Natlonale's total. Veteran 51 hopa Ms haia tba «' rk Tha ealvaMea anar unee ita laoeptteB. KtaSIf bought aontlaaagg minlae elatas; 6-lt 37 1) .. • :H ... ft:03 Street germs, have disappeared. 7:11 Cliff Melville, alternating Grand Forks halp us la tsar tallaat maaaara. And a (llfTerenre of opinion between fta 80 13 .. S:3fl 1 ftl 31 ... SlOi 7:10 fir thr law> of this Dominion A Century ago men wora velvet garments and NelM)n ................ ....... 4 SI 43 14 .. A 37 31 74 ... I:0« Til centre and guard, garnered 8 points. Tear dewa Uea amr bo amt te: Resulted In their hauling eS and calling 11 .. l:U 7:01 10 .. ... 4;M 7:11 The Vancouver five who downed AOiVTAirr VMefla, MM. 42 quaint ln.s.seiied caps when indulging in sniolclng. Kasto nauabty naaiaa. Blue Rlbbeas. Raymond .. 27 75 Ttit ICataoroiaeieal OkMivatory, OOD- Victoria They had smoking clothes so that their women Cranbrook ....................... Bill a» they were mer»'lT apenm' Union Jacks and Winnipeg Robertlaks MsMs. TWIeffla. aa Calgary 76 24 Thry aoon (Inpprrt their rvj(1» narra-jiu. fdk Should not be tasulted by the smeU of the Edmonton son Memorials their way the on to 40 74 And stoplng out thair pocket books, reOKBEllNL. Western Utls, took an early lead. weed. Now the grand-daughters of those carc- Swift Current . ....... 24 Utoad gaab total H«bU 66 .Sli« atopped U> ea^e In at ths Shower, Wedding. Bon \ ovspe. Orednstlott, As were strong on Bstra Latarat 2S .sa window of th/e big clothtsrlB sbop Baskets by MaeI>onneU and KenfuUy-shlelded women "are probably more like Prince Albert And rouid (for taod oaOatanl) nlngton, In addition to a free shot Qu'ApivlIr ...... 20 .=i4 Amend the woa Of tafOoi Deo MM Via (or and her eyes caught sifbt of a hlghfMtory chimneys than their brothers andjuus- Wlnnlpeu by KennlnKton. gave them a fiveRoa hia riabta Trace 30 38 prloed fur ooat. point advantaee bands are. Prejudices have indeed vanished in Moorte J«w Four field goals .......... 2S SS "Darling, that reminds me." she by Nationale against a basket by no* openaS up tha runction smoke." Motor cars have brought about a new WednesdayBy securing an inlunrtien said to her husband. "lH be need- Kcnnlnjiton put the Monlrenlers Which Roa lisd quashed and Doa In turn ing a new fur seen.** 34 era of extravagance. People buy Uiem who Toronto ......................... 58 ah'^ad. 8-7. and Vancouver ealled th* quashing got annulled. Ottawa . ^. as 52 What! he cried. "But I only would never have dreamt In the years gone by But with ai« aiantlu' haeai paaai o„t with six minutes played Montreal 22 54 Things war* MrtM M a taaaa. bought you thatjur you're wearing' with Ptirve« and Kennrngton of purchasing a horse. In the matter of atten- Saint John AB« inm Jim faala la irHMii their two seasons ago." 2S 52 notching field goals a«alnst Murray tion to lickaess radical changes have affected Halifax "Yea. dear." ahe replied "iooth- Patrick 2S 50 basket, the Pacific Co«u»t•Takrn lubfMt to rxcrptlon ingly "but voii must rememhrr thatjers took a one-poInt lead, but were •^rs. Thera is a greater appreciation of Par a hiahar court a Inaaactieni the fox wore It three seasons first." lunable to liold It for long. The .. ...... fresli air. ...... 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JS IN fAVOR Of

Canal

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49th Anniversary Shoe Sale

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SUllonery

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Here's News!

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Mr Hardiip^—T've 4MMii to was given by k>cal artists; toasts w^re proposed and brief addresses come a vegetarian. given by old-time member.s. Many Mr. yvn doctor ad* past presidents of the lodge were in vise it? attendance.

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Following the Introduction of vlsltItiR members at the club luncheon \e.sterday. when it l.s the practice to sing a reception song to such visitors, fYank SehJ. who has been acting as the leader of the singing In the absence of Mr. Webb during his continued Ulneea. aqvaiiad tha oplnkm that in Tiaw of the fatal termination of Mr. Webb's sickness. It did not seem fitting to Join in song.

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(Iflr^nlh

in others.

Spreading the gospel of peace on basis, by laying the of foundations of peace and happiness in the haart of the Individual, was another of tha tbemei touched upon.

comprising Mlas K. Brown, Alui Paver, t anl ay lAvay and A. fluka,

CHURCH PARADE

1.0.0.f.

at

of

bered that there are m> to portray.

Memory

Iliiiiom

hil.

Robert &.

production was well

entire

cast, paiticularly

while others were imwith the change tiiat the pi'inciple.s of the OxfoM OfOUp had

made

LODGE

of the four

absolutes,

mi MEMBER <

'

yOO l^ort Street at Quadra

Group Move-

WHBRB MOST PEOPLE TRADE

06514

an international

RiiLiry

'he part of the Jews In Persia, ware tha outstanding characters. Tliay never forgot onoa the roleo in irhleh thay ware eaat. IflM Jee »es and Miss Noreen Creehnan were the recipients of beautiful bouqtiets of flowers, presented by Mrs. O. W. Miles, on behalf ol the Past Matrons and Patrona' Association, O.ELS.

H. A. Davie, Ltd

the experience of

said they were at-

pressed

TO who

Some

ment by the challenge

the

ti,,ild.

.Ii

Some recounted

their lives, and told of l^ov they had oome to give themselvea to

tracted to the Oxford

re[>pat

PHONB

monials.

Christ.

the merit of the production.

(Nilt

.s-

the

persulBclent testimony of

Is

:

unable Purke. O. Curtis and O. Healer.

when ven The

,i!ire

I

royal hou.se of Human. Ml.s.s H. Tlioma.s: .six Jewi.sh children. Misses K Ciirtl-s. L Curtis, Pi. i.s. U.

that the plav wa.s accorded a rousing n\atlnn la.st night, and that the public

JAMES MAYNARD

ui.i1<'l

\tatroixs

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l

Hall

WHS

fU .e

hard

r"':i'

I'

to real-

had

f'i''Md f

;

'.u

that

t

Ulc Rotary activities of Mr. Webb were more than local. They were intamatkmaL llirowlng himaelf with all the energy that he poaseased Into anything that he undertook, Mr. Webb had literally worn himself out for the pien.sure and antertaiament of ht.s fellow men.

PLANES ARE GIVING

7WiC£ AS MANY MILB

Mr .Sehl moved a resolution of s.mpathy be forwarded to Mrs. Webb and the other members of his family, which was foUowad by the entire

IJ

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gathering rising, aa

(

Empire

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;i?nt

forks like we do, in.stead tbcj cat

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Moimtalns are formed by washing away of the valleys.

Builder

the

a mark

of re-

WILL HL

...

Insurance Is so if you die Insurance aompany win pay for

Life I

!i'

the damage.

stopped

and

by

having

not

oily

rags

Something entirely field of theatrical

plaea.

Sum\

to Present GilSoliivan's Work

-H.M.S. Pinafore"

where spontaneous combustloa takes

This

aab

Barydioe Art







Sfwntaneous combustion can be

new

the

In

entertainment

will

be given, tonight. In the Impire In the blt)graphy of Abraham Theatre, by tlia Surydkie Art Club, Lincoln he^jgeta older aa tha atory wlileh.will praaent its firat productkm to a Victarla.attdlHiee. namely Gilbert and Sullinnfi famous opera, "H.M.S. Plnifota.* Will be the flrat perf ormaaoa of an opara itaged

An Coju/rf lOTXt/





»

U

Diners and

Ob§erva$ion

by

Can

children.

VVtv'k.r of arduous rehcirslng on the pa^t art of the performers "has rea finished production that promises to be of outstanding merit No detail In owatnming. chakacteri aatloo, ffluate or ataga attoeta has baan ooartuukad. tba prudue announced yesterday. Mrs. W. B. McMicklng, president of the .wiety. and Mrs Percy Mlkle-

.suited Ih

Trro.-n^

"'^

•rovolr.ri

at fomoui at

ifi



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iporrom

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olwoyi pralie Greot Nor+Kern mealt, Bulldor Qualify food»~fhe teojon'i

Empue

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tkillfuily

ar

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FmpVe BuNar 4* fU i

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new fype touiut ileopcu,

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biirgh. director, and Edgar Holloway tm\e .spared no effort In their en-

Eatl. laoufMut.

ite'i-, ,.r

n.,^

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ifaodord and nejt ever run. fcvery

laa faotura far your comfort.

of

w

prepared and appetiiingly

eortt-of now low bor^in

modem

Ikfi

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dndorUss. cleon «nd vneotK. <^."nf f.

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Mo \ r\- a.s .Sir RobPorter, and Robert McVie as i

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Richard Dadeyr. Marymn Petcraon. Paelfle Ooast champkm daaeer. will giva a solo danea. and will be assisted by slxdanoers of Uie Mts. Dorothv

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voice

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soprano

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History Is found out about the world by men digging and finding the reman.' <>t anlBMlli aod bOOea Corrnran an<-.lenl

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f.i

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ftaad aadar the front of

Hova baan cut one-third. At tuch economy ya« ewi offerd fo taka fKol trip^



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serv-

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my

father U a wratchl" Be: -Weil. X tald hbn I oould not Vtf wttbottt yoo. and ha said he tba XoMral ax-

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sinpe using

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MADE AT SHELLBURN, BRITISH COLUMBIA

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Kirkham s Honey Savers FLOWER SHOW 10<

Pure Jam, Oreengapc Quaker Corn, tin 45^ Imported Glace C h or DamsoM, 4'ii, Un Ih Columbia Chofc* Apricot*. I.ii>;«-vt

Pears. 2\ Royal City

Mb. uWls., 2 35< Whita tvhaaa

2

F>ea8.

2 tins TMdtr

;

Sltve

Starch,

2

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li>r

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28^

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Paatry flour, cottoa aacka

ilimrtralfam

MJ

B. Coffee.

Beautv. Libby's tin>

Kconomy Broken IVkoe

2

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b

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17^ 11)

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Pninei.

2-lb.

pickles,
Sandwich

Brand's

jars,

assortment, S'/j-oz.

full

3

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at oil

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Pearl Wlrita 7 bars

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3:30 O'clock, a hv Ml.s.S PlOT-

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wi:

danciiu'

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III

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ameat

pianos of the world, its almost uniis

-

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versal for greet aMMrieal

eratlea.

ru liay,ree»—A charte of beiwean tMMf to fllt]r e«lts per ton will be Made b^r the DapartaMnt of pg^ hajT On i^^j^ |^ parywl^

u«...«M«n..~>a«.i .Sav^

will pjn..

be given.

cal

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Sweetbreads,

Vaal

lb

Ciitlate, lb

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lO^lFresh

lb.

Red Spring Salmon,

could dispen.se with, Is asked the Senate Htvar School and Willows School are also to communicate with Mrs. Leslie competing with fine sections for the Aylard, St. ch.iries Street, teleR. M Palmer Shield, \'!i;lr the Boy phone iBiptre V'H.'i ScouU and Girl Guides are conCounsel Is Named— Forrest I, Halibut, piece or slicefF tesUng the «cd{homa Ohallangc Shaw has been appointed counsel shMd. 1 ^ c ...... represent the creditors in the to Saturday presented be Prlaas wUl proceedings with reat 9:30 p.m., and plants and fkmers bankruptcy Maynthe estate of J. will be sold at auctkm. spect to of the ard. It is expected there will be n eommendnff at 10 pm. meeting of the creditors next week when the examination ot Mr.

Beef Pot Roasts,

Shoulders,

Legs and Rimips,

Ih.

.

Veal, ;4-Ib. Kidney.

1 lb.

Stewing V

15<

9^ RELIEF COMMITTEE HAS QUIET SESSION

lb.

n.

Beel, lbs. 15^* Minced Fowl, Docka and

...........

— •'>^

O a aae

prr

lb

Liver, per

laiian Delicious Peaches,

4

Lagaaberrios Bce-Klet Haney.

Ci

Aylmer Oeldcn Bantam f. „

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Roman Meal

OQft

O^I#|

Blaclcberry, 4-lb. tin

Kasiga Choice Pack

;-rr [•T

Fry

97«» (C 1 1»

tin<

pkt.

tiUckwell's

Tomato leoa Pels-Ni^tfia Soap (limit 4 bars)

,.15c

I

for

2. Lime

Jvfec

Vj-th. tin

Johnson's Fleer per lb.,

Wax,

till



32#;

3 Cooket. the Ideal SbortaniuL lbs.

for

23c

.

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dlfflculties

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and

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It

CENTRAL TRANSFER

t(i,it

her?

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a

she at

Pbone

previous

orca.slon

THt.

carried out dependable,

house, and get value

of

satlsfactkm

in

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Aadervon, Cherry ha« closed the tea room, and* ukes thu apportunity to thank all rnsfon-er^ f'^r p- t patronage

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"H M - f.naforr." Eurydlce Art pire Theatre, Friday, April 21. Reserved seaU on sale at theatre boa eOeo. a to f pjn, dally. Societ

I

LYE

of

Vaa Get

Mor«i For Your

Op«nt Clogqad Alto Makes Fine Soap At Le« CasL

Money. Dralnt,

1

1

fefialb for

when an InfecUan attacked

.00

his right

Henry Hillliik'. "t ^'a- hand. He was rushed to hospital todn\ and William Carlyl.', of WU Road; six grandchildren; and diM'tors !)re:>..rrd him for a .serie.s of transtwo brolhvs and a sMor In ftig- blood tran.st

rii.

i\

of MlchlKHii,

;

by

r.1

I

iDiurauc*

kinsoa

.

fusions.

land.

11!

m:

to .save his hfe.

.

B.C. 7ia

VM*

HARDWARE o

St.

ical condition, Funeral sernees will be held on Only his Saturday afternoon at 8 o'clock in they said, enabled him to remain McOall Brothers' Puneral Chapel, altve. "I did well out Of farming," writes pNpared to Nugserons cMMnates reliev s. Ryall will ofBdate. The mains will be forwarded to Seattle give their Mood to their captain a oonrs^Mndent. So wouM i and coach. they could keep out of it for crematlcn. !

!

JOE WKIOHT Utii

Woe as "a

MOIM) Of MY fiLOOM — T$4ATiS WHY I ALWAYS USE"

/'A#

UUTlbALLY

,

Clubm»t4.'S

(

<.i\r

to

c •i.(>taiii

Hliw>d of

ILL

Ut

Save

April 2« fCPV- Joe 1928 winner of tJie diaand captain of the Argonaut Rowing Club, was crlUcallv 111 in haspltal, here, tonight, following an internal hemorrhage.

TORONTO,

Wright,

mond

Jr..

.sculls

Wriglit first

I

r<

ArgonauU

dud."

SO

HAWES' FLOOR WAX AS

FAMOUS AS HAWES' LEMON OIL

,^

beeaoM in a weak afo

Hupp matched

S%%

their price

igomy Hupmobile 4-dooi SedAn

thi» big.

past I a THEwould

few years,

bilca—people

who

who

normally

many people own Hupmo-

apptaciata qaaKty,

namic design... in either a big fourdoor Sedan or a smart Cbnpa. And k't acar hnilt with absoltitelv no com pro-

none of the

have hid to lbfc|0 finocar owncnhip. But now an e»citinfj new autnmohfle

ai igg

has solved their problem nvernightl

down.

And what's more, this new car i« a Hupmobile of thniitng new Acro-dy-

Vou won't

NOW ON

'

so often (bund

m-

i



our showroomi

at

believe your e>'

and laaUae

ti

80>i

performance

>ou

'

w

bat

see

.

.

.

— hut that's too good todo-

Better drive one yourself anrf

what we mean. Bring youi present

csf alon| fef an appraiial*

DISPLAY PON THI nRST TIMt IN VICTOinA

YA

1<

has

And tha parfemanca io tma Httpmobilo ribe

see these cars

Everything about them

prices.

dbat i»»car qnalky whicfc fou aroald

.

when costs must be kept

MASTERS MOTOR

"If s all

Pauley oaU and Sattre^

All

CompaniM

gary.

'

i.Ake.

erotalne or turned rton-n « vt eet Ar, ,,jt^r venttirfl 'i 'iinp tiini ••: mu«r: wh- he .lid thus The

.r

approved of

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i

;i

nie Provincial

.(<»rk

hy law of Ncn-th Vancouver i,,;^,, eMat)llshed hnslneiw nisfrtrf under which the comt'> " that you will mLssiooed area will borrow temJ.' plus printing, porarily easOiOef ftroaa the bank, at The Colonist. i.n psr ooat. soeured by annual tax tie« us.

«Mrr

asked '

ioiiv'!;i^

I

whsn

\lil>r
when you order from nja

awlosM|r was The Ilr (). BC. and blowuig up the subway aroused, so the story r«M^ lif a man the IJQUJL are havtef a who was waBdng ahsad atrMehfiw bo oat his arm whenever hr tn<->k a tJony nt Urn* r

home

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lea-st

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tiials far more .'iipportrd hy the

Is

knowledRe

that helps.

Water

DRYLAND WOOD '

Metal Tank in Colors

who admitted the possession of pair of stolen shoes, knowing thei looks to be stirien. was sentenced to t« preventable? But how 1:. It possible months in jail yesterday In the city look to or feel presentable 'f one's police court. The magistrate said face Is all disfigured with ugly that he was taking Into nrr,,i,nf blemishes? Miss Hanman Is able the youth of the ancused. but caiie
krvlas.

CO

Ssst

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AnnouncemenU

There^ a I knowing that

Maet

•12 Fori Guaranteed

KT

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21c

28c 40c 63o

Arrow Tobacco

Grass Butter,

,

,

large bottle

Blue Ribbon Tea

OKMOKANT

1

3r r25c

....

Pep Grantham's

270 42c

New

kinds,

tins

Keli'igg's

tin

bottle

Fresh Local

all

tall

Kellogg's Cornflakes

for

Hirss' Kaat Baar Batraet.

I

i

21c 2 9c 2 19c

No. 1 Jap Rice

PRf* C*JK>

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till

MUk.

Crosse

be proceeded with in the staodkig of the

O U m O

or Lishas,

Cocoa,

t

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CCp

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23c

NO. Zyi tins

K

will

at

&

J. E. Paister PBONS a Ml

Wants to rontlnee—N. 8. Cor All was quiet on the Saanlch nellus, the Ics'.'.' ftom the iii:iii;i Munlc4>al Hall front last night, as pallty of the Oak. Hay l).>at Ik.u.scs, the last batch of relief men prewants to continue as the tenant of nented their cases to the municipal the place, and made a request for "Uef committee. On Wednesday, certain improvements at la.st evemild disturbance broke out. but ning's meeting of Oak Bay Couneil offlcers prcM^nt intervened p. il.ie HO will be Informed that unles..; the before serious demonstrations broke agreement entered into Is lived ui) out wUl not consider to. the council In a two-dav .session of fl\e hours any Improvements at the place. each day. the coiui. il ha.l delved 1 Into the status of 148 recipients on PUa Walsr Nettoe-The British I relief In the muttlcipattty. Ibt gen- OoltmMa aetrlc. Power Ors eral gathering was called In an Oompany, Ltd.. is applying to th' effort to cut down on relief grant- Provradai Water Board for leaxing. If at all possible. Further In- to use l.V) cubic feet of water per vestigation will be made In some second out of Silver Hope Creek cases, while the maJorMy Will be and to store 2,000 acre feet of \' nte: placed at work. approxi floofl to in a reservoir mately thirty a^ res at a point ahfnP four and a half miles upstrenn: from Cariboo Highway OrOSSln^ has been popt^. What woman Is there who does Notice 'Ml. not realize that she Is able to meet Given Two Months John Caird

,

lb.

Groceteria Specials Xtccption Jam, Peach or

Maynard arriving estate.

1

25f| Calves'

eal, 3 lbs

Pcf

Boiling

10<



Surviving him are his widow; three daughters. Mrs. T. Armstrong, in lowH, and the Misses Elizabeth Oertnide Dorothy, at (ilosDiiiit 111

I

BRIGHAM OIL BURNER UM

WOOD m4 goal

In England and had been a n suieni of this city for the past twenty-one years.

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BIIVISB7723

Wuuhm

They couldn't match Hupmobile quality

W

now

Cash and Carry Meat Spacials ChokaVaal

Head they

Gordon

Nurseries.

*

.

2a< iF.

lb

Wiper

away

pa.s.sed

MaMhaws, aged eWh^-etai years, oi "Stony Hill," Cedar Hill Road The late Mr Matthews wa^ l>orn

<

13< 20^ 2 2 <* I.eRs, lb. 25^ Side Pork, lb 15<^ 18# Pure Pork Sausage, 2 lbs. 85<

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Jubilee HospiUl, yesterday,

DVD

15f

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Dressed Rabbits, each



W

Rump

McUopolitan Building, Oppu:iUe i'ostoHica

7,

t7,.vbI

In the

DAYS

FOR

Special Prices on Fresh Meats

Suite

Jubilee liosplUtl

Yourself ProtectioB Throofh

INSURANCE Automobile ELSIE B. RICHARDS

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FLETCHER BROS.

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it Is expected. or !t vkUl be po.s^sible tO SSt dOWn Youi.t; r..^ple's Sally—The evan how Is being staged on elaba date peremptorily. plans this year, With over 200 gelistu Kroup visiting Victoria from Three Ministers Away— Hon. F. M. MacInstitute. Bible Pr.urle the 'nl^-rinK exhibits. 1*' aridrc.vsed youiiK Pherson the Cami}bell Grapes, conduct a Australian On entering the Hortirultiiral Hills. Alberta, will Kipt Bananas, lb Ui.4iict Board of Trade, lb., lii^ Building, patrons to the .show will people s rally at the Cenii al Baptist River and Peanuts, Salted Freah Dates, California Fine Very the Luxton Church tonight, al B o ckx k Adults on Wednesday c\cn!nK. and left, by displays to come doaen. first Jamaica OranKM, lb wli '^in. at '>!]> rally. yesterday, for Vancouver, via Naand Happy Valley Women's Insti- al.^.. w',11 b.' nainio tn .^;v-r;(i t.xlav' ciri 'I'p Nfairi Jamaica Grap^ndt, 4^for eawn s Intute and the VMeila >•< Ui-.iMli Hon K C Ma<.i)onald hius '"^lland. Fresh 1-ocai Asparagub, per < omnion centre of the bulldthe In itute. 11 PotatoM, returned from Vernon, after a brief Netted Coiuiii'>n Wrailh .Sixltt\ lb. r strtWng Imltatkm cirbe a win ng tiajie visit to the Okanagan Valley Act25<» a meetuiK of members and for grown tuUpS, bright cle garden of Interested, tomorrow, at 8 p m.. at Ing Premier Gray left on the after6 lbs. .Several noon boat, yesterday, for the Mainand arranged by the pomlnlnn Ex- 724 Fort Street, upstairs sh Spinach, lb ...25<* 'for perimental P'arni. of Importance will be dis- land, to spend the week-end in New matters Spring Cab baga, each 5f li resh Green Peas, lb. »....15^t CEREMONY VI \ IIOKM cussed, among others that of selec- Westminster; planning to retiffn. Carrota, bunch edgaarters. Monday. Hon. O. 8. Pearson and 25^1 Hothouaa Tomatoaa, W) The ceremony pi.iiinMu will be at tion of loeatk for he Dr. MacDooald represented the will and hall, ol the nul north the Lowers Ueenee—The licence for Oovaramcne dnrtng the dsy. Graaa Bottar (btilk), cash and carry, lb., Delicioua be gaily d»t-orated by Park.s Super- carrylBff on hocw xadng at the ks. for intendent W. H. Warr. ii. \Mth How- Willows has been cut down by the AppetntaseBts Maae J^}^ uesl H. L. Save Money on Your Mayonnaise— Bring a Containar and Get ers from the city nurseries. T<> the Council of Oak Bay. At the meet- Attree, acting inspector of equip.25^ left of the platform, the Mmmt ing of the council yesterday, the ment under the British Columbia Reception Freah-Made Mayon naiaa at, lb dlsptoying Douglas ChreenhoassB are rate was placed in a by-law which Department of Public Works, had Bacon, per while on the other side, bedding was put through iU earlier stages his appointment conflrmed this Cheese, per Fletcher's Side Mild 304^ plants and greenhou.se flowers will at $aOO, Instead of «7M ai formarly week Willi. un CJrant of Hazelton. lb. : Ih replaces be .shown hv W. Jennings & Son. .J .Sanders as deputy Sookr Bri k Cheese, lb Picnic Shotiklara, lb. Halg .Street, was elected mlnitiK r<' Hide'- for Ominefa disLoiij; tahlfs of kolv'i :>us nit flow- i.iovd, IH^ roses, dallodiLs. tulips president of Esquimau Hairi)aycrs trict Imported Koquetort, lb Arthur Pritchnrrt. of .Shoal ers. mainly lb. and Irl.ses, will be exhibited at the A-ssoclatlon at Its Inaugural meet In^ Ma\, becomes depnity mliuiiK recordFMntit Bnttar, bif? No. 4 tms. Cooked Hall er for Natuiimo district. William C. south end' of the building. Formnu:|iaM lURht, In the Municipal Roaat Pork and Veal f :v s n kocs was named vU e-pr-.- ulmt, Curtis, of New Westminster, Is apa background for these flowers n" Gamers' Pure Laid. '^^ 11. be a commercial display of now- while L. Fleming was appointed pointed rsflstrar of Toters In the ..i lb. lb Corned Ciioked It was decided New secretary-treasurer for Westminster Electoral District, I'liuK trees and shrubs. • month. Headchaaae and Bologna ( a service formerly conducted by the Another feature wUl be a large to stage OT Oovemment agent there. landi^cape display by the North and made Fresh Cottage Cheese, ii)., oRer An Offer— Befmcs South Saanlch Horticultural Society. lbs Baaf Drippinc. through Walls & Sedger for Oafaitn* Stda Baeen, lb.. Native woodland and rock plants tai Oak Bay of what in pretty show the purdiaas .27f will be arranged In aA. B. Morklll, Is described as Lot 4, Btock 1. Map Oaincra' Supenor Hama, whole or shank end, lb. for the occasion by 1155. was refused by the municipal SIX SHIP Fryinjf Pan Free With Each Whole Hani. Tiee-president of the V J.R.A. council at last evening** meetlag. V.I.H.A. GOLD MEDAL ,nie price ofTered was flOO, Which . Plji. AprU 20 SUVA. . S L McMullen. of Gordon Head was deemed tOO low. P!fty-Slx natives were drowned of ha.i a:.a:.,;(-'J .i 150-foot garden flaiette RrTiiUtlons—New regu- when their sailing shin r^p- zed In the for compete Choice Spring Lamb on bale to flowers gfiberal u ird lation-s under the amended Succes- a squall, arrnidiiif !<> VJJLA. Oold Medal, awarded an- sion and Probate Duties AcUs. to- .survivors who, after cluigmg to Mie Choice Quality Beef nually for the best exhibit of this gether with forms to be u.sed, are wrerk gained the dMTS tOdBy Si Fan Ribs, cut short, kind. A similar exhibit will be dls- published in this week's issue of fold the story. Shoulders, lb T Salsbury. of Gordon The British Columbia Gazette. The H'e \ e.s,sel keoled over out of sight ..17^ plaved by lb Head but as he won the award on Legs, lb T-Hone Roasts. Ih. ... ..20< several occasions in the pa'^t, he purpose of the regulatl<* F, Viitoria Nurseries, Ltd., and Fred having an old perambulator which characterlaed today by members of 1

10< lOt

for

2

ferred

cause



Sc Fresh Cocoanuts, each Fine Seedless Grapefruit, i'resh Cucumbers,

prr

It Is Hie prebr

inatiuiiifut

everywhesa kaaar

wm

i

be

Victoru

Royal

the

Theatre.



i

will

»

<

.

pianos

gidiul

lucd ... at the First Ualtsd Churcli and at the final competitions

<

i

.

Al the MusiFesuval in Victoria

o(_casion5.

Elect Dlreet4M«—At the meeting; of the notary Club yesterday, balloting for diiers for the coming year took pUce. At the conclii.'lon pravindal ragulatlOM under the of the iuncheoii, the announcenienL wa-s marie that l1k» following had that caflfcied to .-^Tve b*pn foncert Tonight A coOOSTt WlU Armstrong, Dunpacity .Samuel be pnsentcd by .students of TIlllcan McBrlde, Herbert J. Pendray. nil HihiK>l. SaaiHcli. tonight, at 8 B. S. Coates, John A. llaflXay. Aln.l.Hk, US Moitiil Vn-« Hu'.li .Sihi)Ol. derman Walter Luney and AklerA tim- proKiaiiiniP (la.s bmii iifman Alexander Mden. The Inranged by the school choir and taliaiion nf the new directws with pupils. J Morse Hatt. presMent -elect, will

^3
4

tha

Steinway occupies I ncnt r c - e the

On Saturday at 3 dancing wUl again form part lb., for ...30t of the pr'Hframme. and at night. 35c regular Bisctiits. KxBiiiiiiaUon» Exainm- taha vlaea en Jaaa % A>»v.ivet-s' Combination Taaty cnmmfiicinK at 8 o'clock, another alloui lor the riglU to prv(!is
19^

for

^Tfffrml Wntivud

a p

|

ihe

ijroiiuunce

will

uH',

iciilt

and nuii iuin|»'tHiv<' Sizc!i"*f"^ by Dr. C. T. HUton, ol Al2:t^ exhiblupresident of the Vancouver ,bemt.

Medium

B KCAUiBm

j

of iiiilil

llnrtl-

Isliiiid

A»soci;itit>ii opens u^ iwoday Sprtna Uowti show at tii.- wiilow »' 2 (r;<'i>B!d. MInLster " ^

\,(

'i'^ Pork and Daiajr Floor Brooms 2r><' Xwink Dyca, all sha
B. New Proeaaa Beans. 3

&

Vatiriuivfi

Ui»'

45^|exhibil oftw lallv op. ii and *.!1 tH- pM<)rt<-d

Chow Cbow IKing Tuna Flfk. whiU meat. Rowat's English C.

bUioin

•Ml Che

flf

Hei -fjaankh Council MalnUnd Hearlnj*^ Adam BeU. i.uti nlRhl gave fliml readlngft to chairman, and local ineinbera of the 1934 lax rate by-law. •wttlng the Industrial Relations Board left, This U the yesterday, lor Vancouver, to open tiie levy at i2 milU. hearings In the courthouse Uiere, >aaM rale aa In ins. Tlie sessions will continue today (irant to (onnril A pioMncial Friday and Saturday, and If neces(.iiiriL of $225 haa been made by the sary, next week. A minimum wage HiLish Columbia Cioverninenl to order In rmptct to the shingle tnUie Canadian OouncU on Child and dustiy. and ooodltkins affecting nanOf Welflre. to aasist the or- TSfelable and txvtt eanntng arei Kanlzatlon In work this year. 8«id to be «Bd«r ftwaadiala aiMid-

(

Del Monte

iitia

S

for „ '

lb.,

V,lM«tll^ in

u.Miallv

i on

!

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jun<-.

23<*

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Ke^jiil.i

Ti-a,

twcnlv

FfUllltUlK fidwers iiol

STEINWAY

er

4i

Baie

Mill

Laiunliaii jc^j^m^

2

,

A^woclaUoD were approved llWlMlal Ooverrunent tM

mm OB

District

alw> rattfled. the byPharmttceutlcaJ there setting » r»te OC by the taxable land and on

BC

the

of

J/. l'M4

wM

By-UwB A ppnfVed -Amended laws

3 oXiock at Willows

7C

1

for Batf.

1-lb. tins,

Corned

i

3 1<

innn j.ark

,u

\

i

i

IQDAY

i

;

!

and

City

Hon. K. C. MacDonald to Officiate at Ceremony at

25c

27< Icin^ Sugar, 2 11/ itiiw Empress Sweet Orange Mar Prepared Spaghetti, malade,

.

s.

Ivi

RaiiiiM.

f,„

2

e

i

.27< Ground Rice and Rice Flour. 1 «0 2 Ibfl

tins

E«Kle Blueberues,

r

i

2»f

Com

2«3^ Johnson's Scotch

.

(Holsum) Bactlctt

Goblin

e

KIDAV, Al'KU,

I

I

Eii S

IKLET

CO., LTD.

(Next to Capitol Theauc>

i

.

THE DAILY COU7NIST, yiCTORIXTB C. PMDAY. APRIL 27,T934 I

_

Scxial Activities Women

of France Not Feminists

quite earneetlr supporting the fernInlat

DWVemeDt. hov^rvn

la

Bishop Prrrin\s Son l§ Married In London Ciiy

Madame

Avrll de St. Croix. anrpacl iiiu if.st In

the woriK-u luid

(i<)\L

OF

Notes

the subject amoiiK of f^anoe.

Personal Interest

Adjudicates Ottawa Fcsthul Artist Will

WOMEN

FRI.N'CII

rhe

following

account

In

In Summer

Tlie

ViT the piTsciit. the family, the Morn'ng Po.st of the marriage on "FunOUS i-Yeuch Woiueii of Tohealth and homr- ar<- Ihf w»« the cubjeet ot a brim- neatly all Fr«'ni:h woiucn, Koal of Api',1 12 (if the .son nl Hl.sJiop Pernii, although former Bi&hop of Columbia, ha.s •nUy-taUMtlac lecture clYen hv t'conomic condition.'* oi imlividual t^-en a«t to Taa. AnhiaaeaD LayMme. Haiie de Mare, of Pari* and

John

tfar*

HtJibltlon hnvf iciuUed ui Kit-at cock; York. <>nciHi ic(!ui«'i for numbers, toUowin^ lni.siive.s.s or pro*T?he busy people who throng the I'AllUmoe PYa iii'ii at V icl' la ie«iiion&l careers. The highly-prac- pavem^nhs near llie Hank of tjig CoUege, on WiMincsduy cvt'iiluK tical attitude toward tautiMtB was land found a wedtDnK paity in iheir Uke many <)tli»-i 'mtcniiK)! ai v still fMMMri. lUpjinMi and xomid.'^t at midday yestt-rdav, A beauc-oinn)cnUtor«, Mim ik Mai.- immanoa In ware matters of Hfi1gf> tifully -
tiiut

w«if not .showing

coiirern over

f-Yeuch aeoondarjr The rela much tions of the sexftl'lR^marrlaK'' wen

eaOMMMon

u

lemlnlct iiMmiiieiil

ttie

some other eountrles, thit being due, In part, inilMir tempenuBant, tkB

but aleo to t&» faet tlMt th* na9t0ni^ wooMn prvterred to exprees their vlevs and awrclee their rl^hUi through tht iwlw m» diary of men. AiTioiiK French women who are

Jority of

Miiiinicd !ip In tl;f cjuot.iilion !hi AiikIo .S.iX'.n !h" man Ilr.st: witii thr A'lir' !( an, the

an by

but

first;

1

wom-

Adam,

OforKctt.

Thompiion

i

.

and

tiarmlng Si

Mar-

w

I'nncc.s

Ulanc,

was that of Mr. Wlllcox Perrln. a son of Bi.stiop Perrln, assistant Bishop of London, and Miss Nancy Curaon, tha only daughter of tha Bishop of Stepney and Mrs. Curzon. Three bishops took part in the ceremony The Bishop of Stepney wh.. is re, tor of St. Margaret's, gave a»av the bride. Bishop Perrln performed the ceremony, and the Bishop of London gave an address. "About 100 guaata ware at the

cloee of the lecture, Mme. waa oordialbr tbaafced by

behalf or tha aiMUcnaa, and a corsage bouquet was presented to the lecturer by Mrs. H. M. Archibald. Later tlic lecturer wa.s the guest of honor at a reception at the home of Mrs. TTaiailiaii tfUi, Oavtadlth

nionth.s

will

* BVTTER ^ BREAD Mm

It

b.-

his

Ls

tl

.1.

'I

'liK

I'

Vuniou

i.^n.s

\

and has many

James T Grrin CNo

la tha UhHad States, mi Parker spent noat aC his boyhood in England, while his father wa.i American Consul m nirnuiiKhani and London. Hi iKd m the hm' l.sh Army duruiK the war and .sub &equently studied art In Paris and Italy. He has traveled wkMy. as the rich gaUeiy at paintings he has dona bears evidence ta Many of these hanK in the leattig gallaries of Europe and America.

Dominion Drama HpeinUv from London to judge ion Mr Giein is tl doyen ot ,ii!i|on ni,i M.r.is. ol Ihr lllustiati-d London r>!iws .md he Sketch. lie was

the

,

anil

IS

. 1

Jinpr 1 I

1

nil

1

adjudiiatur at tha

2), tlir

Otiaw,). wlio has

ii!

lime

I

c

li

,i

I

London Stage of Ibsen Mrs. urcin, mra. G/cin, woo, who^ unocr name o under ioe the.nam« oi Michael Orma, ia a noted film crMc, dranadat and prodocar. ia ia No. 1.

largely 111' and Shaw i>u«w.

city |

trafllc

houra of tha

iir.rn'.d

at

in

!t,r

ni'

i

o.iin

'

s,

,,,

,,,

^

McCormick

ahnreh, and after the bridal partyl Sidney Wife: "Darllnff. X want ycwr ad- had laft tha reception thay followed What do you think would be in small groups. The decision to The card i>arty arranffed hv the joit to buy BM for walk in.'.tead of prix-eediiiK bv
vice.

f good thing for

I

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Frontcnac

of

A

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M

H

alir

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1

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TOASTED

s

nv Sirvr

2'»

4

laaaoa'i

t<'M

Will

«

tMr.

at

1..,

2?C

^,„43c

»",'L,

C

Ptndrajr's

* DEPEiBAKE LOCAL MILK-FED YEA!

MEATS *

Lb. ^r.' Lb.

STBIK

I.

ECS

BUF

L«an Plata Baaf.

EACH rioTl PURCHASE ASU

A1

I

l.AMB— Whole

si'KMN(,

half SHOlMDKKS SPKINO LAMB—or Whole iM^"haif BREASTS SPRING AMR r fn^ I

n»»l.

94

.

.

P*n>Jon. and tli,

.

tMitt 81l»t GUdl,

io,r,., Ihr Kichi *M

w.^

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unit

IJ iiK

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1

1

1

,

Lb. I5r Lb. 1S# Lb.

.

Mi:.

10'

Lb

Roasts P Roasts iirloin Tips

per

25c

xinn


^'

t'

Sil.iulder Koast ...... Lt> Rtf.istgi laa for itaffinK.

Mrs. Ollham, their regular

licld

Im-

i

17f



t-OM.

CMMiirud

Fillets K inn IS

Lb

a7«»

Lb! ij^

1»* SoJ

AcccyM

BArvwAT

trn

HTn«r<«,



letters

from mL^Monaile.s overFleporf.s from variou.s .sc.rr\^<-re moved and adnpi(>
sea.s.

i

CMo Bw »#

_..l.u,. Pkt.

aatawAT a ssw

el

articles

tanc.s

Lb

..

uhk.

'" *°*

WATEBBU8S

business meeting, on Tuesday. Praywere conducted by tha preaident. and portions of Scripture appointed were read by Mrs. Rogrers. who also

.^•.Ivcr

B«lk

_

25c

nta.

& B. NAPHTHA SOAP _5te. 14c PUREX TOILET PAPEB .UavalgallG

ers

World

10c

Per Pki

8ILVBRLEAF

of

15<

P.

Columba W.A

cxtract.s

•Jl<>

BIRK S SLICED PINEAPPLt 2xin.

oluniba W.A.

Interestlnn

11#

i'l oi Tin ^.Lb. Cello Bag

2

itty^t

and

.

Par Tin

j-U, OaOo Bag IB4

STRAWBERBY JAM

I

frave

I

Ribbon

HAPPY VALB PiCKLM-tMM

herp. thrp^ or four vears ago.

[

Tin io,. per Tin lov

Sqt

2'.,

2's

'rufni i'm'k^**"



I

42e

$1.50

I,

1,

SODASmlOc

B.C. Choice,

IQVmBL* PBANOT Umit-U M TH BRAN

a number of narrow aae^iaa from hostUe tribea. In Vancouver, where he wiU spend a few days Mr I'arker will be the guest of Fri-drtick nrtlas. and in Victoria ^ uith .Ml iind .Mi.s Charles H. Parker, ot Patio Court. Many will recall with pleasure the unusual and delightful "shadow plcurea" shown by Mr. Patter on sevral occasions during his last visit

Tlie members of St. nur at the home of vvi kinson Road, for

20

"K

d

:

me

1

KtNNlK'S BIRD SttU

;

(

a

1

7S<«

l,hh

nV

giving him several ofDclal commLsslons to paint scenes in the French colonie.s In North Africa. For several years, while working on these, he lived among the Arata. and had

Hear

/

PUFFED WHEAT PUFFED RICE

mall the latter am u int.ere.st on the occasion oi the 400th anniversary of the landing at tha Rvnch explorer in Canada. Hia ^e nah o minuieiil has made recofirnltion of Mr. Parker's gifts by

London D^cct

4..15C

...

1-Lb. Pk.

e

1<>

DATB^Kaw

SAIR

Cartler.

if-'i

6-Oa. I.aaf

BAKING POWDKK— Blue

WON

dajr."

3u.91c

Irand

'

SMYIV4A COOKING FI08

May 4. This card party will be held in the North Saanlch ACCLAIM Service Club HaU. Prooaada will He is an authority on the hi.story help tha flarvlfla Ohib gymwaalum of early Prench Canada, and has fund. won acclaim in FYanc e for paintings

one of the busiest ix)ned to

SUGAR

I'KAS-

.-i

1 1

Put

if

:H

Craaflsary

CUT CK££N BfiANS-Pnde of CORN—Ayfaner Oolden Bantam,

hen

Bom

J^JR^ Festival

^

TEA

if

hi-.

w, :t 1;

friends

Al'Rll. ."

White or brown

intt-iitujn

hjth here and in

biuUier,

wedding

"Tlie

foui to ^l\r

und

ver, a series cf lectucas lor various grroups intaraatad in art. Prench history and raiatad aubjacts, and he win also devote the Summer to painting Brltiah Columbia scenes. He has been In Victoria on pievioii,'-

Marcel Michael



ovens

(

flT

Avenue.

CLCANMt t

four

Lothluiry, pa-st the Eiigiand, and across street to Oioce * Ball,

the woman of Vkmnea wb» Utaratim men made an avenue for them in ware mantfcmad Madame Savering, the trafflc. Many of tha wi ^m ty liUde Delarue Mardrw, Mme Juli- raised their hats.

Da Mare Mma. S. andanoo-Maagln on

NewMelhod

of

l.uif,

jor

the wadding racapHop wa.v hald. Aa they eroaaad tha busy atraat, tha ever-obliging dty police-

ilde."

At the

o

by

walked fioin

Church

Hank

i'Veuch walk side where

Anoog

Valentine Tynalre.

Carpets

brid'-vfuald.v,

KH^e!'^

Frfuih

a ^l,^^ol In |Hiili-ti CoUinihia !or the next Ihicf

iMMl aahtovad caraara in

ette

Send Your

Liie

f.)liow«-d

l?ic)oin,

With w.ilk,^

home

his

FOR FRTBAY AND SATUHDAY

Specials!

of

in Paris, arrived in Vancouver yesterda.y on th»- s.Saii Kiiui. i.sin (•! the

c

ix.int,

brother

I'Hikfi.

who makes

repute,

•!

,

Dfli.sh'

Charles U. Parker, of Patlo Court. Oak Bay. aa artlat o( international

New

l.sj'

$4 FEWVAY Stores

Here

Visit

men

tlu-

DfSTR

I

BUTIONf^^ WITHOUT WASTE

;

of Urn. Mayfleld, Hollywood Road, also a "foodstuff" sale on Tuesday, May 15, from 3 to 6 o'doek. Plans

are

Pi*

VICTOR

under way for a garden

also

arty, to take place at the vicarage, tha first week In June. Will

;

Swagger

^TzS""

Suits,

members who have not turned

ihoae

their talent money, kindly let the trensurer have .sai^ a.s won as

in

convenient?

7

Globe

Sale!

tl

Next business meeting be held at Mrs. Majpflald'a home.

will

I

• -'i

il.iniii.i

\\

2:30 o'clock at

rooms of the W.A. to Britannia Branch. Canadian Legion. 7IS View >^friet, thffra will be a lecture and otton fashion presenUtlon by Mlsi

j

>

European stations are brought in as part of your regular daylight radio entertainment, by the manipulatioi\ of a single "Airplane" Dial. Hear Ramsay Donald, Hitler, Mussolini, Stalin . . . listen to the concerts and recitals oi

Mc

O

S913

7(m V'r:v

of the Kss Bee Oee Club, April 20 the followinK ^ elected to ofDce: Mr RoRers, president; Mr. C. Newbury, vice-president; Miss A. Lalonde, secretary: Mr. J. Prew. treasurer: Mr. O. Sda, Mr. H. Legofficers

,\

nu.s afterntxm af tiie

.

Phone

members were H.

I

INRCCTICIDRS

A.

Florence Sparling, representative of the Waba.e.s. bed- conteat will ba held, and Ubarala and their friends are invited. spread.s, tea cloth.-; traveling acces'orles ;uu1 iii.inv uMi' l's A WdOOBM -et leha's W.A. • • d to all Udles. St. John's .Senior Woman's Auxili* • • ary will hold a silver tea on TliursKebekah Lodge at the home Colfax Rebekah Lodga. Ife. 1, day. May 3, at of Mrs. a. Brake. 128 Beach I>rlve '-id an interesting raaatlng an

I

KERO SPRAY KOia or

on

held

Pints, regular SUr. Spec j -gailon, regular $1.25.

artistes, singing and playing from the Victor links the world of entertainment

cities of

Europe.

Truly

VICTOR

i

'^Globe^Trotter''

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delighted the guaata with two num- Dorothy BaxandaU. Mr. Alan RogRumbers a soft-shoe dance to the fox eraon. Miss T. Morrow, Mr. ford Butt. Miss K. Hawkea Mr. trot "No More Love." and an amazJames Jenkins, Mlai May Brofcan. be presented by the young paople ingly clever tap dance to the ever- Mr. Ronnie Cave, Miss Muriel of St. John's, on Wednesday. May popular Dinah." Little Miss Wright. Mr Wayne Butler Miss 9. tmder the auspices of Colfax ReMorris Kerbekah I,fKlRe, can be secured from Schwabe caoM in for toud applause and was tha laol laoto aMBur COO' plaut of aMoay Miss Alyce Brown and other mem-' gratulatkna. Alaa Kbif aaag ta hu lodge. bera «( the ityla. "Wtthout "VfiUMut a Olara- "I must say I don't fhlnk * • • Song." and was enthustastlcally re- much of jour fiance " Britannia I^odfe He was ably accompanied Maud: "I don't want you to." nr^.tftiiiiU Ix>dKe, LOB. A., No. 216. ceived. .'Id It.s meethiK recently In the the

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The Douglas Street Baptist Toung People's Society wUl haHi its meetlag tonight at 7:10 o'doek. Instead of the regular programme, moving pictures of scenes through England will be shown. The public is In- Sarprisc Party Held

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Gladys Glad

"Woll, Mrs, John."sing," a colored ply. 'Am ha ffwiaa r fat well, physician announced after taking d.-n?"* Norn." answered the doctor. her husband s temperature "Ah lui Dey Is no hope fo' him, but you Im^y.*'*^ the fever out of him." was the aaeltad re has de satiafaoUOB tt kaowln' he died cured." 1

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By OLAOTa OLAO West, whoee alluring figure and Mrs. J. Pugh, Mrs. G C.-.mpion. lines rated so much attention lately, Mrs. W. Strickland, Mrs. W. Blair. Oliver also posaes.so8 a beautiful m^x of Mrs. P. Drysdale. Miss May Miss Haasl Psnarty. blonde hair. *Maes locks always aad • « • seem to shine like burnished gold. And she claims that the reason is Farewell Party Miss Clara Klngley was a rharmbecause she always gives her hair m»n.''i-r'. cf the Elss plenty of brushing In order to ing h(.ste.s.s for Bee Coc Club when they gave a cleanse and poll.sh it. farewell party and dance in honor Mae's certainly right about the of one of their fellow members, Mr. beneflt.s of briLshlng the hair. For David MeUor, who win leave shortly proper bru.sliiiiK doe.s cleanse and for Bigland to take vp a aaw posipolish the hair It removes accumuMr. Mellor has been the tion. lated dust and grime from the hair, popular leader of the Sss Bee Oee and gives it life and sheen. And orchestra for the past two seasons. any girl who neglects her nightly In a few words the president, Mr. brashtoig robs her hair ct its full H. Rollers, on behalf of the memmeasure of loveliness. bers, wished Mr Mellor bon voyage .However, for proper bru&liing. one and success. An enjoyable evening ot the moet e.s,setitlal factors ls that was brought to a close with the the brushes used always be kept singing of "For He's a JoUy Good perfectly clean. Using a soiled PWMr." • • • brush on the hair Isn't sanitary, and isn't conducive to hair health and Arrives Ptaas laglaai loveliness, If a woman iBseps s Mrs. X. M. Leanard has arrived bowl or boa of ordinary bran handy, from Bngland on the 8s. Pacific exshe should not find it at all difficult porter, to visit her sister, Mrs. A. K. lo keep her brushes clean. For Hedley-Pcek, Island Highway, Colafter each brushing, all she need."! wood. Mrfi. Lennard brought with di> to dip her bruslie.s In the bran, her six of EnKland'.s finest dogs, ruh the bran through the bristles, the.se bcinK lmix)rted hv Mrs. Hedand then remove It all. This pro- ley-Peck to add lo lier already fine cedure cieansse tha bmsbis most stock at the Widbrook KenneUs

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toaRix»ons of ammonia should be :\dded to the water. In order to cut ;»ll Krea.se. Brushes should then be rin.sed In cold water, so that their bristles retain their original stlfTneoB. And iHien thoroughly clean, thay should be placed en thalr sides ifi the stm or in a ettrreat of fteeh nir In order fn drain and dry.

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Here From Seattle Mrs. John H. Condon, of Seattle, aoComiMinied by her daughter. Mrs. Bertrum Kelns, also of Seattle. Is spending several days at the Impress HotoL Mrs. Condon, who Is an annual visitor to Victoria during the Rummer months, plans to spend se\'eral nioiiMi.s

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portation of the basketball team to Hall thU evening. to meet at 7:4.'S p.m. R*v. T. R. the Memorial Hall. Lancaster requested a large turn out for Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock to dig ground and plant potatoes. Leonard Dixon announced that the Local OouncU picnic would at Wittys Oove. be held on May Members were tirged to seU as many tickets as possible for the bridge At the close of party on May 5. the meeting an Impromtu debate wa-s held, the .subject beiiiK "It I.s Better to Have Loved, and Lost Than Never to Have Loved at AIL"

Cohmibas They are a.sked

proper remerly 1.^ applied, the liinltablc rrault in Ulneaa with Its (l.strr'-'.lnc effects. Lang s Minrral Hemrdy creatta new rich red MMS. SttppUaa freih buildlna matarial to tha fatlsaae oalls, oUatnat** poiaon, improvea tha appaUta and aUU disaatlon, producint Health and Vlaor, and the whole body la built up anew No printed advertleement can drarrlbr what thla aenulne product of Nature meana to ihosr who luffer Irom Run-Down Constitution. Rhrumati.iin. Neurltlf. Stomach ComplalnU. LJver. Kidney or Bladder Trouble. aciia. Varlaoaa Vetaa, BronehUls, bumbasek piles. Mnaala AUmenU, akin Olaeaaes. aiood Prtaaura, Hardrnlni of Artrrlei. Sent by mall on receipt of price rvrr a month s treatment only Sl.tSi four monthi. ti oe. or MX month!. U.ea. Lanc'i Mineral haa been on the market over fifty yaart. Thar* la nethinc like u ol>tallln^
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Aaolraiia Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Reddaa and MOthei^Here U a nice book from Mr. J. O. RiisseU, of Australia, are which X shaU read to you. registarad at the Bmpresa Hold. • Little Girl—What did you bring • • Sal! From Here me th.it book to be Mad to out of Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Gardiner, of from for?"

Show AT THE Willows TODAY Doors

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Open

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MtB. Ruttle, of Portland. Oregon P Bevan, of Brlghou*e, arc at preeent with their mother. Elisabeth Mrs. J. OoBgdaa, Olya Road.

and Mr*

DeOBUre and Kweet U Toung, right, in her black taffeta The wide, graduated dance frork

Bubboha—Do you guaraatae tMs ravishing —and black may be ac- niflles I i(h'. ;ld -lay Miineymoon Hotel." Mr Frank A( BiiKeroeiU.s lor the Junior Patricia EllU. left M delightfully [colored pnppte^ at the pfilnt of the »e rio If that seed di>' M vfleld. the "ComUh WUard. Yacht Club danoe, to be held to- young and chic in a iuw-qtiarter- 'neckline are the delectable style p The oft-the-ehoulder decol- you can bring It tatck and we li leimysuflad his audlanos with clever | night at the Yacht Club, Uplands. length Jacket suit of two-toned blue, la <

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hornpipe, was enthusi aboard the bb. applmided. and Mlas Franfor haaao. v Merrvfi««ld Rave two clever tap 1' (l:i!u»s key in the Straw" and Junior \ hi the

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An excellent one for thl.s bridge party In the Klng'.s I>augh purpose can be made of one tea- ters room.s. Hihbrn-noiie nuUdlng. The .spoon of fenaalla aad a plat of tomorrow evening at R orlo< k foIlowlnK have reserved tables Mrs clear water.



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meeting of the North Saanlch Welleaders Arthur Chapman. cor()K. MUopher McRae, Jack Allison fare Club was tieid at Shorcacres." WUl Mod. will pook. Alllstcr the nsMsooa sT Un. flalor. MciUnnoa li dIreeUng the group, street. As this VtS the trnt meetand fltanley MctKay wiU be ing the new qaartcrs, through rharRe of the lighting effects the permlsskm pf Mrs. Steter, es»^ lhe ixxlien of the boys will be slderaMe tine waa spent in anraag* rovered with a white patot, and Ing suppBes and equipment. Ba« will present a striking effect. It is quests for clothing were received aad believed. Some of the most famous will be filled. Wool for comforters poses will be reproduced and will iras teased, preparatory to carding Include: "Sprinter," by Mr. Chapman; "Sbotput," by Mr. Moei; "Dis- in the near future. The next meet," by Ut. Chapaum: ing, which win be the regular bustoos Tton "Python." by Mr. MeRae; nrhinker," neas session, will be held oa TuesH at t pjB.. at by Mr. Allison: "Wreetlers." by Mr. day. May " McRae and Mr. Noel; "Boxers." by acren Mr Chapnian and Mr. Alli.v>n; Tug of War. by Mr McRae, Mr. Nf>el "Avenging Alllv>n and Mr Brother. by Mr M' H;v M: rhap-

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clude "Countess Marltza." "No, No. particu- Nanette." "The Cat and the Fiddle afTllcted Popiilar music will iix lude the hlto

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Mrs. C.

ond daughter. .I.ui'^ ratlMai to lAr* Cinm ea May YM.CJL William Jamas Bosher, seeoad son af Mr. aad Mn. t. Bosher. mui SaaaThe we
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Mr. and W. McUmoyl anSHOWN aoaaee the aagageaieat

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comic play, eaMMad 'Ta's New Housekeeper," c aused great amusement. Hie parts were taken the decorations, which have transby James Oxendale as Pa Jackson, formed the premises with masses of Cedric Jervls-Read as JbOMS Jackflowers. A four-piece orohastra has son, Ian Rayment a.s Jack Brown, been engaged lor the rausle. and who impersonated the new housesupper wlU be served at 11 o^olodc. keeper: Kiithleon Ablx)tt a.s Mat tie Tickets have been In much demand Jackson and Patricia Phlpps as Mol

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evening, the occasion being the fifth innivcr.sary of their wedding. Tlie evening was spent in playing bridge Ladles' first prize was won by Mrs. J. Pugh; consolation, Mrs. N. Howard: mens first, Mr. C. Hill; coneelatlea. Miss Haasl Venerty er table was centred with a cut-glass bowl of nhrclssl. Mrs. W. Blair delighted the gue.sts with tea -cup reading. The gueeUs included Mr. and Mrs. N. Howard, Mr iuid Mrs. J Hill. Mr Oliver, Mr. and Mrs. C

On Beauty

Furniture fort and

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley BlaoUnirn were guests of honor at a surprise party given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Blackburn on Tuesday

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I

Leading Florish and Seedsmen

Duncan Toung People's Society. The visitors were hospitably treated and were privileged to take part In an excellent programme presented by the Duncan young people. Met-

h

•It

Bodin. Philadelphia,

VlctOTla yesterday, and the Empress Hotel for .several days. lu-rived

All

Victoria Nurseries, Ltd.

Road, for a few daii^ Miss

O

BROWN'S



Mrs. Oeorge Soai, of la visiting har parents. Bfrs. Frederick Bcistan, of

Mr

rhon.

iSay

Laws has returned to Queenswood and was accompanied frooa Bngland by her on. Mr. Philip Law^ oC Mgoria. at

hoiii''

evenlag and enjojwd a villi to the

A SPRING COAT

a
I

j

w

Mrs H

Kfcs

CO. LTD.

1

liaek l-roin KfiKland

METROPOLITAN

cm

STYLE-ARCH

Edmonton with her parMi.^ F B. Maf.MahOC.

and

IS .speiKlUiK .si vera! day.s a', the utiest of her uncle and aunt M: luu! Mrs (luv N iN'ei, of ,Ni'wix>rt Avenue.

her

OF QUALITY



Ilerr l-"n»m \;tncouver

rm

5621

WORUyg STANDARD

K

in

entJ>. .Mi

were enjovfd and

Mr.s.

visiting of

({uesi

r. Wbtatwriglit haa reto her home on WlBdSOr after .spending the last five

week.s

Quick, Me,s.si s Charles MlUer. Wilfred Willian Quick. Charles Quayla. Srodi< QuMt aad WUUam Aliaa,

shoppera

Ii th« centra of attraction to thrifty

btesuaa ibty

Mr and

Li

Iioum-





1

loch,

the

a.s

Heaw

Kctatma

Onet MURaf, Sva Jobm, Helen coehrana, Sta rhUUpi. Anal* Aliai^. Beverly Quick. jMsle OUrer. Mrs A. Burnett, Mr. and Mrs. O. Mccul-

The Plume Shop's

MILK

• I.eiich

i

city.

'

Chapter; Boy 8cout«. Mrs. A. magaslDee, Un. B. R.

K C. Fhlipi*

KRnie.s

(

Mr. and Mrs. Oordoa Scott during the week of grand epera t» ihat

cfreshnient.s were .sfrvfd the a-Sfli.vled ho«U's.s beiiiK by Annlf Allan Hcien ('(nlirane tirai<' .Murfuaily a long ray, Moiiel Hoy and William Allan The invited guesLs included Misses Muriel Hoy, Mariana Pnngle, Dorothy HOdgaon, Phyllla Alexwder, a«rtnadi ItlMrUlfa, Sdith Hodgson,

bMiw. Mn. M. Davty; oommittee, FIondm Nlfbt-

lieatUe

In

bgr

MuMc and

17 at 7:48 p.m. later

Mrs. h. B.



Mrs OrvUV-

lie

Of the chapter

J.

^



STERILIZED EVAPOPATED

In 8eatUe

Un. W. J. Qtttt. at on Wlttlnaon noad. when a rnhmllaiMoiM ihowvr was given John's In honor of Mr. and Mn. Kneal Quayle, who were married recently rMtntlr.

bffore har hoaa* held

.xTvh-*',

Natiunul meelinK,

on Sunday, May

ibllnu.

iJ

ui'i-Mcv.iun





U

fi

M

pin- flhopi'inn,

AskF
Angelas,

Leaea 9er BagOaa MeOonneii Mr. and Mrs. W. who have been at the Bnpress Hotel for the past two weeks, left yesterday afternoon for their home In BaStaa,

hw

lan C'ainptji-U. liimily Ml

Wednesday for I,o« where they wlU holiday aevanl weeks.

Alexander on



Local 1.0,DJE.



Edmonton j>i>ent tumif time vLMluig here prior to boiirduiK the 8s limma for

Mr CurUs .Sampson and Captain sr. AII>AN'8 Mrs. J H. OUlenpie was Laundy. re-elected honorary regent of the At the rfKular meeting oX the 8t rhaptJ-r and Mrs R B McMlcklng, Aldan s Young People's Society, tiie vk>e-regent. tiODorary firal presldaat. Mr. nnownn, i*m la the Ifn. Wining ttm m r*oiuSUndliiff cominltt«es w«r« »l>TiM ihhIb mooL" Mrs 1.. A. G<"i»ge was appointed by MuBlelpal Okapter, to represent the chapter at th« f«r ttm tmUaffr Mr. Moathis aybjMt *nM Sci XjOX> K at th'- iiH-fUiiK yt"^tcrday j^jj^j,j, ml cfiijptcr annual rnet-tlnK In mmk, dMM Hie next meetiuti r'luii.s wer,- made enee of Mtistc* They are as XoUows: Toronto. In May a^tCTDOOD. Day M-rvice m will takr the form of a.n oldChUd wrtfM*. Bfn. a*arf UQ»»'.\tor the usual Empire taslilont'd .sfhiH>l All miinbfis are im-Victoria front of the Queen come for thi- (x:iaa8ke
Interest

.

Will Marry This Month Y.P.S. News

m«mbm alood la almi sym

"Rm



27.



and Notes of Personal

Social Activities I

friivw. aprtf<

.

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1

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I

Set the eleetric toaster on a tray, Uw craasbs fraaa tt wUl aol

and

- ' ! '

iT TflK DATT.Y COT.ON]

PEACE CRUSADE

F RI DAY>APRIL^7, 1 934

llA. B.C.,

TAKING CASE TO What

King and Queen of Siam Enjoy Athletics

PRIVY COUNCIL

If

National Executive Approves

Go

to

Prime

was made jrettCTihrough the natloiULl esecutivr World Peace Cnmdt or ih< ttM mall Tota en m moiu tMutt whleh wm bt dl^>ilri»rt t« Iflnlfter R. B. Bcnaftt. Rt Ron. W. L. Mackenile Ktnf leader S Wovlsof the oppositlnn ;ui(l .J

ir

.,.iin>.>ii

\nih c Ouiican, and

The movement oMninaicd John-ston.

C.

now

of

vliMl

haa

kMO

Hm

vi^

Mto

"2. Tha Stat* Mateol and wutoxfaeturt of all arniamonU. "That w, th* Mttonal waoutlfo

Canada of the World Pcaoa Crucall upon the Rt. Hon. R. B. HcnnP't. Primp MlnUtor of Panada, find the members of i»Ls Ciovernmcnt. to bring before the Canadian Parliampnt, at the aeislon now atttinK. iur alma of tha World FMce Crusade. "That If, upon dlscuMlon, the honorable membcra art not lurt of the wishes oC Hia ICaJoaty's Wbjacts in Canada, a piobliclto be tdkm at the next fenerml eleetton for the prnpoRC of MOMftdlBlBf tiM WiU Of our i)eoi)le. "Thai the Onvfrnment of Canada repeal immediately the war-time measure" t,tll) In foro? known^as^tbe

GIVES PLAN FOR

TRAIMNO YOUTH Addreu Before Mcmbcm

Dr. E.

Orimt To Sn k (hi Nf'M I

Market for Wool

bu.sinc.v. centres.

Beforf

coininK

to

Vutorla. Mr. United States the Canadian

Buyer vl.siled m tlir and traveled as f;ir a.s Rockies in Canada. He was aboard the Ja paneae iteamer Rio de Jaaelro Ifaru wbea that veeiol went ashore at New Oileana recently. F.\PK( TS COimUCTS Mr. Bayer intimated that the moat cordial relAtlons existed between Japan and Uruguay and that he hapaa ta be able to secure orders from some of tha large Japanese woolen mills before returning to

M. Best, national secretary

the Y.M.C.A. in Canada, ad dressed the Rotary Club yesterday,

modern idea with regard to manhood as accepted as the pattern for boys and girls. The speaker liUuded to the taking as his subject the

Rotary, which, under the

of

In

ttlm.s

service, to llie

It.s

was very similar which 1)1 inci|)lt\s

had

"Oharlea.- said Mrs. Hllderton. "I

must

Rlvr you credit for

to

,

virtue

WH£Ntwo

Siam's King and

I



6:40 p.m. Stock QuoUtloiu. • :45 p m.— News Varieties. 7:00 p.m. Drama. 7:30 p.m. Dr. Lyie Telford S 00 r m^Barney's School of



ajn.—A progrunme

11:30

ALL-BOUND DEVELOPMENT

KVI.

The Importance

4:30 of his

selected

I nn

human

relationships.

of

her

girls.

"This Is the fourth morning you've been late, Raiftta." said the man to hia colored chauffeur. "Yes. sah." replied Rufus. over-sleep mvsrlf. .sah

one thlnif. In all our married life you have never spokm an unkind word to me." "No, Maria," agreed the gratifled husband. "What I am wondering." added his wife, "is whether to give you eredit for a lovely disIRWltlon or mere lack of courage." I'm asleep, sah."

of

"

P.III

p.m.—BiBkr ami Blanco.

1} R s

THE BETTER

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-

Bookmkn

A 30 p

m m m

7 00 7 15

p p

7. to

p.m.— AaJy aicllauahton.

m

30

'

drama. p m.~ Myrt and Marge. Edith Murray, aottfa. p m p m. Columbia News Service. p m - Minute Melodle.i. orcan

liOuia

Panlco's

Intellectual teachers of today. Instead of being bound by the traditional dogmas of a past era. If after r<:idinK or li.stening to tliem. you 111 OHIO ronvlnced as to their logical nMiidness. otlier words, use Ill \n i! i< iusonlng powers Men born on April 27 will make Seeking greater strides In advancement '

fires.

The Blackfeet

will

not

know

you have gone." This plan was carried out. The next day the Blackfeet circled the caravan fires at a galoping spaed and then rushed the camp. Blraged when they found tha on* N iil'.riit .\uU)in<)l)ile ( lub camiHuent untenanted aava for tha Opinions of Members on Need they will maintain an open-minded brave women tha Blaokfeet put tor llfah policy. If bom on thia date, jtiu them to death. Their sacrifice, mu^t keep apace with the rapid however, enabled the rest of their Do VIcioria niolorl.st.s de.sire traf- changes taking place in today's party to reach Qu'Appelle ia safety. business methods fic control lights .sufnciently t« con- revolutionary Remember proftres.slve people today tribute directly to their purchase? This qiir.stion is beiiiR a.sked mem- are thase who have adjusted them( .selve.s their huslnes.s nffalr.s and to bers of the Victoria Automobile Club I

p.m.— "Proaramroe of the w^ck p.m.— Military Band, dir Fred Stark
pm

ATTACK IS BEATBN That evening a cavalcade of wild charged the party, but were driven off Tlie caravan lialled and the braves held a council of war It appeared the jiarty had no chance to return before another attack, hampered as they were by hea\y equipment. At this stage, however, old womaa of the band appnaehad thalr ohiaf. Draw your carta toffother as if yoa • would stand and flfht." they urged. "When dartneas comes take the young women and return to our terrltorv We will stay and light horsemen

'

by your own outlook upon life that you may become regarded by your Learn frlenda aa narrow-minded. to be amenable to liberal vlewi and

Orchestra.

TRAffIC UliHIS

this

Dr. E. M. Best to Hold Survey of

flrst issue of the react a.s harnioniou.slv ns po.v-ilble bulletin, entitled with the economic conditions oX the and'Vlewa" T. J. Ooodlake. present time. Do likewise. aacrttary o( the ehibb la edi-

week

In

the

oifanlaatlon's

"Newa aeUag tor.

The

bulletin points out that Vic-

Wild Siting Sends

TENMIS CLUB STARTS PLAY QN SATURDAY

Ah. Vancouver Melodic Strlnis. Toronto. .S»m

—Popular

Boy

GET TOGETHER e

AND

\V

L LL liOTH BE

R«oordlM«.

Request Protri Rrrnrdlnan Mountaineers.

British

Mnwou

m —Canadian m — Oypsy

Prtu

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N»wt

Phapnodv

fB.C Dale.

k

K

W.

strlnc iroup. direction

trnor:

V;iMon.

Sam

Ah. humorous iketehts by Luce. p m.— Melodic Strtnta^' dlmtlOB Alexnnflrr rhiihaldin |i Nr»-. and Wrnlh'r Forrrast p m —Bert Anstlce and His Mountain * Boya. p m. Concert Orchestra, direction Percy Harvay; Violet Barlow, soprano. and Hawkins. p m — Wondhouse

6 IS p ro P. W.

8:30 7 10

7:38

9 00



comedy duo

m

• :1S P



• lO 10 11

Planolosy.

Smith

AI

the

at

NRT KfiO NBTWOaa KHQ K()W KFl KCIO>KaMO*Km. ot a ni Soloist. is am Wendell foe-hcaded HsB. mudlc-maker. 30 a m — National Parm and Homo Hour OS a m — S'xth Coaat ArtlUory Band. -

-

a a

m m

r:o

30

wnman'a MaOMlno

-

of tha Air.

SOi

MSflOB

SmaekOVt.

JtSk

Jordan. m - Musical Variety Bhow. n 00 noon -Arlon Trio. Inatrumcntallata. 13 lA p m -WtsUra Paim and Bom* Hoar eraantla 1 00 p m —Belly Boei and sketch norvth. lh» Slnalns Wade riJ Btranaer. with Dot Kay, actress, and 11

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Family,

aerial

drama. iraaitl p m —Tha BIc TM. lion's Orrhestrs Msrk Mnpkin i Hotil 9 IS pm licc 8. Roberta and I I 30 p.m.

M

• 4B 10 00 10 l-> 10 »s

i

WII-

ary Boa. p m.— NanetU La aalo. News Pitshes p m Jsck Bsln'a CHaO VMIOT OtOb. p m p m.— Haws Stnrlct p. mu «Tow Ooaklay'a Palaoo tra (iraO). p m -Ttd riorllo's Orchestra. Bsl Tsbsrin r>rrh»»tr» p m Orinn f oncerl (KOO'. p ni

DON rrr. NKTwoaa KVl KPRC KOIN KBlr-KOI.

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fi

m

- Voice B no s 0 16 a.m.— Betty t .se

Ctrcrtr

m—

"t.ii • 10 :se n.m.— 11 11 11 > 1

00

of Kxiwrlence Barthetl. aonastresa

aja.—aattr Crecktr, klMma

I0:« a

a grrnt rlinnrff tO eB}9f crifp, dcllcioUB KeIIogg*a (.orii Flak- V aiitl ,.i ilie *.an\c finiF fivF your children the

moht

Hall's

OrchaOlra.

Mane. Utile French Hurdy Oardy Man.

BMP

a.—T)M

nt.itinr

Tlirv

»r<

.iii
|ila)lliiiigs

colorful

KntOTItt

Indians that move!

NFw! A

ffrral

ne-w idra that

Kdiouis more fun than any you have aeen!

There are lis Mis in the tlirrr of l>l

1^

Tndinns



— three of Cmrboys

aild

cleverly

Aak yonr prorrr how tTir

aeries

made that tmj' rhildl aderlul funes witli one, two or bU ifaEi •»©

to get ihrin. Tliey are

pnrrha»« of Kellogg'a

Com

nWM wUk

Flakes- ihr worId*s most

aaat PlarkoTs. Plain Bill

sm—Just

f.i-<

of CowIh.x-

roiiudl

m — Romance of Urlrn Trent a.m.— Fblladalphte Orchaatra, Lto

IS a

SO

pM

aMkMPtfel.

00 p.m.—ArtM SO p a.—O. p m.—nsoH nr. Lee> 30 -ClarcDce Whe«ler't f)rrhe«ir» 40 p m. RuaaaD Brown. Harmonetie< oo Ohlldran's Thestrt of Um Air

a

7 ao

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PM whii pyrdtmrn 9§



plar.

p.m.— Lrt's T.lstrn to Phil Harris. p.m.— Phil Bakfr. the Armour J«st«r. 7 00 p.m.—First Nlfhter. drsms 7;ie p.m/—Jack Bannr and Mary UrlncPsrkrr. Prank atont. eomadlans: t»ner: and Don B#»tor's Orchntrs 00 p Amos 'n' Andy

Kttlloj

MovabI* KutMtt^

• 00 • :M

B 4S s.m 10 00 •

1211 Broad St.

thei«

Human



11 no II .10 11 SO

PRl Nl LRS

of

B*h«v!or Cansonrtts. Instrumrntal 6 IS p m. 0:40 p.m. UtUt Orphan Annls. chlldrrn's

11:00

WE ARE GOOD

Orch

4-W p.m.—Mary and Her mendlr Oar-

t 40

PRINTING

Boyf and

-



I IS

GCX>b

Msdsme

Rylvis In Hally WOad. P«srr« an4 His Osat. xsvifr cimt's WsMovf-Aatorls Orchsstra. 30 p m.—Chaorlo Mwloal Trio a is wt lom ii p m

m m

Trio. Studio Chsltrr. Homtk'l 4 on p 4.30 p m.— Music by Orrshwin.

II

YOU WANT

Parklna. eramatle aarlaL

Modern ronrert Orahsolra.

p ni

3 00 p

dtn. B:00 p m

SATISFIED

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pm

LET'S

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A complete Investigation of the standing

Hoajrital^^^^'

liOrirerV

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CBO

B

pianist.

3

B 30 10:00

follow a truant buffalo herd.

ret work). 8 00 p

"Whr Has

Praturv Proftrammr.

4:)

« 4i 9 00

Qu'Appelle Valley, stamping ground of the Crees. West of the valley lain-ri) territory ruled by the Black f'ti. wlio wuged relentless war on Cree and Salteaux Into thl.s country a band of Creos elected to

p.m.— Varioty Proorammo. p.m.—Boraatomori. p.m.— Plom Oraatu. ttaer. p.m.-r>snMay omtara.

5:55 p

Clrm

Modrrn Mtloeita Bond Buxinrsn

Ernc.-.t



• 00 8 30

Mrlndlr Mndrrnr.

World

Britain Today. Collon. baritone J p m —Ole Olson and His Orchestra Pred Bass at the plane. p m

0:00 •:tt

:00

Ui* Nobfi Prize Ncv*r BMn Awarded to a Muilrlan?" 20 p m - Trn Tunrful UlBHtta 110 p ni KIK Hrolhrr AU aO^ lllS Sirl 30 p m Birthday Party. And boy rntcrUtiwr*.

« K) i 20 « 30 n

Loetun.

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m.— Rocky

Um

noon m.

—Brltl*li>Im«l

p.m.

p.m.—

m

rrrx. vinori* (n.vi ko*.) a m Top o tlir Murinng

13:15 p

pm AddrrM by Tom Mai iiinm p.m.— Ray Tyldeslcy and His Violin

7 30 7:«S

4:30 p.m.

m

13 00

Procramme

• :00

5 SO p • 00 p ni 7 ?0 p

KOMO.

Topics. • .IS •.m. Timely Ur. Davlei. R:SO > m.— Tvmpui Fu«ll. 9 00 « Mnrnliii Mood« in 00 « m F'raliirf Proirumme. 10 15 • m.— Art P»rey. pl«nl«t. 10:M •.m.— Mutie la Air. II :M • m.— MuKleal Alphabtt. 11 JO « m.- Thf Concert Album.

I'l

' 4.% S 00 R i.s

Family.

Studio

111

trio.

the ti:uniii« received when a child If April 27 i.s your natal day and lire a wom.m. Ruard carefully allowing your iiientiil rea.'^^onings over becoming so restricted

vou

HRaln.st

Misty figures of Blackfeet Indian braves as they circled a Cree caravan on the plains of Moos^ Jaw parsed before members of the society, a.s the ancient story that gave the name "Old Wives" to the lake was told oy Mra Z. M. Hamilton. A great pnilria fba swap! tt»llagina plains mora than IM yaan ago. driving buffalo out of the

-

(

the Picnic.

I 00

SO MUCH

u dci ided-

1

"Ah and

I

POLISHES

I

of the Victoria Y C A. toria Is the largest city in North made, today, by Or K M. to America without such lights. It sugToronto. Y M C. A. national pm— gests that if a large majority of local council .secretary, who arrived here. m.—at Mul amfcelsim motorists ever drove with the benetlon. NEW WE.STMIN.STER. B.C.. April yesterday, for a two-day conference 7 15 p.m.— stamp Collrrtlna aa a Hobby. SIDNEY. April 26.— The- annual fits of llghU in other citlea, they 26 (CPi -Sidney Mackness. twelve- with aj=.soclaf ion ofRclals. 'Vester7 JO p m --Canadian Press Wews; Weather would demand the Installation of year-nld .son of Mr. and Mrs. A E |d.iy. he dLscu.-.'^ed the stsuidlng of Anxtlrr's 7 38 p m RTt Mountain Boys. meeting of the Sidney and District such trafflc lights here. Should 'hesr '^^^.^^^^^^ of Haney. is in hospital various uniU of the Monir'dl. organlaatlon In Protramm*. • 00 p.m.- Concert Percy Tennis Club wss held recently. The signals be purchased, they will be here suffering from injury to his Canada, and brought news ol IMr Mr to the presented city. Harroy. following were elected as officers: head suffered Thursday, when he programmes. At noon he s| ka. •:I8 p m —Tonrert Pretramme: soloist. Briefly, the bulletin also reviews wss struck by a wildly-swung bat fore President. Major A. D. MaodonV;olet Barlow the Rotary Club. road rondition.s In a few sections of while watching a barcball game at Nrws. 8 30 p m Dr. Best, today, at 6:15 p.m.. in akl; vice-president, R. Sparks; seca 4.^ r m — Ramona Rambert. the Interior; advises that coi^ of the Raney. Public School. Rls con- the Y.W.C.A., will dine with dir'-rs 00 p m — WoeeiMtMO tMti KswUm. Oal- retary. Miss D. Bruce; treasurer, the Motor Vehlelo Act and the street dition la lut considered serious. tors of the Y.MC.A.. and deliver a (ary. Miss O. Cochran; gaaoea oaptaln. trallle by-lawi of the dty are on file short address on the .subject "PoeO-.tl p.m.—Plaaolonr. RtotM. Miss I. OoddaML a^ the Auto Ohib Bureau for the con•;M p.m.—llaiedy Malda. "When T fight the rhamp. Ifll be sibility of Co-operatloh.- Later In 10:00 p.m.—Barbara Cnstanee, vlaalat. The unofBclal opening of the ten- venience of members, and gives an the battle of the century." the evening the board will Join with 10:30 p.m.— Instrumental Trie. nls season will be on fli^irday lisight Into the membership and fln"Yes: you'll never knock him outlY.W.C.A. directors for a discuMlon CKMO. Van««i««r. B.C. (1.410 koya) eitemoon, April 28, lanclal standing of the club, In. a hundiad yean.'*

popular and semi-classical "Where Is that clock I gave you?" muale will bo Uanded in a novel way for the programme of the week, to "In my r(X)m. .sah " be released from Ohloago over an "Don t you wind it?" "Oh yes, sah. I wind.s It up. .sah." extensive 0(riumbla network. KOL. KVI. KSL. "And did you set the alarm?" S:!.*) p.m.— The srrond annivers"Every night, sah." "But don't yott boar the alam in ary of "One Man s Family" will be observed when this |x>pular feature the morning. llufi»9" "Now. dat's Jes' de trouble, sah Is broadcast from San Francisco. ^ Yer se. de (M thing goaa off while This week's titi is The MomlBg of "

7

Mutlc.

Oanic Vancoayer. B.C. (t.StO k«M> Baseball

III

• :IS P 0:10 7:00 p

fiiiiioiis the "haunting nectlo. Will au.se Baket tO "get off the air KOMO. 7:00 p.m —Humor, news, drama •

4.')

00 p

7:30

pm.- Bill Fleck's Bowery Orchestra (Don Lee I. p.m.—Studio Procrammt. 10:10 p.m.— Ous Arnbalm'a Orah. <0. L.) p.i. Bandy DaOsntU sM His VtM- 11:00 p m.-BUl Plaak'B Bovorp OnMstts tlani. (Dob Laal 11:30 p.m.—Oraaa Protraauno. 11:M pjki-Prodeio OstUys Onaosln ~ (Den Laa). CBOT. VaMO««OT. B.C. 41.100 kayo) S:IO p.m.— Tarloty Praeramm* p.m.—Canadian Press News. • 0:00 P m — Oypny Rhnpsodv. Rrclna.

cour.se. .Stoone,

8 7

• :I5 9:J0 10 00 10 30 10:4S 11:00

p.m.—Selections from three

Lang, will share honors in another Columbia presentation of "Marvelous Melodies." KOL. KVI. 6:30 p.m.—With Irene Beasley. celebrated singer of the blues, as the new singer, and Harold Stokes and his orchestra replacing Leon Belasco's band, Phil Baker will return to Chicago after a period In Radio City. New York. Bottle and Mable Albrrl.son will he on hand and. of

p

KWX. Hippy p m

t

KOMO

Aa the cap tiane In the structure was needed, he said, the fulfUlment

Haacala. male 7:00 7:30



TODAY

better-known compositions giene was stressed by Ur liest .so that thrre might be fewer tinbal- win be explained and played by aiKf^l than at peoiil.' present. George Gershwin, during the faKnc'wledge of the mental develop- mous comix>sei"s programme from ment was required. Boys and girls New York must be trained to think straight. 6:15 p.m.— Harry McKelvle, naThe speaker alluded to the need tionally-known Chinese imitator, of setting high. moral Ideals that will step into character again, towould make for good will and honor night, over ooast-to-ooast Canadian among men. To be good wa.s r.ot hook-up to relate further advenenough, but the youth should be tures of his Oriental- study, "Sam trained to be Uhefiil by being .skill- Ah." CRCV. 6:3f) Jack p.m — Tlic three J ful in .'ome .spr-cial line. At the pre.sent time there was need Ot skill Whiting. Jack I>enny and Jeannle In

fill,

Andrew

Queen

and women. from the works of Beethqten and Hie YJd.C.A. had evolved the tri- Bach wlU be played by t)
will

tM

WILL i;ONSIDFR

mental

Mill

;



of

gatht'iinf;s

judgments

shares

Radio Programmes

life or Idealisation. S«lf sacrifice for others wa.s so related. Sacrifice for the re
extent by tariff laws. He advocates tlv lowerlnR of all tariff barriers to permit freer international trade. The bu-Mness outlook in Uruguay, he .said, is ReneraJly Improving and optimism for the future prevails among the sheep ranchers due to the recent inereaae in wool prtoes.

retain to the

The trial judge held that charges of fraud, conspiracy, breach of trust take a day off from looking after the needs of their people, they turnj and negllgenoe afalnst defendants to entirely different lines of sport for amusement and relaxation Queen Rambaibarni is an were unfounded. he enunciated. He prai.scd live good The old company was wound up Kin^ Prajadkipok, in (2), ia akown waridng in (1). slicing at a fast one. work done by the club in its tx>ys' ardent teaab fa% and ia and '.he property taken over by his way out of trouble on th« links. «-ork and admonl.shed the ntembers Pioneer Gold Mines of British Coto continue Ihi ir iu>si8tanoa to the lumbia. I :MMt<-(t. in 1928. Y.M.C.A. in Its eflorts. T 48 p m.— Prof. Meblu. 8:00 p m.— Bmary Deutrh and His Oypiy •.00 p.m. rolnnlit Itm WhIim Human nature was the moet tmS:U pjn.—Ruth Xttlng, torah alnaer. CJOa, Va«M«m. B.C. (OOe kon) It apport.Tiif .study for the race Jshany Oraaa'a OnfeooM. IM HusS:IS p.m.— Bl( Brother BUL . Int. M.o. peared a.s If at limes inuie tunc S 4S p m ' Hiid.ion's Bay 0%, ProarSBUBO. •:N p m -Marvalwu MaMloos asak and nuiiicy was l>eing spent on the Mu.ilral ProcrMiaM. ( 00 p ni Whitiiit. M«.: Jack Dansy'a Oreh.: SummarT of SclicduU of Victoria aod ImprovliiK of grams and animals t 2b p m. — Protramtne. Jeannle tank, sinters The Three outer Pacliie 0«aat auUooa ideals ol

name

his natlf* ooimtry. The United States stated,

Name Be Commomo*

Society Aikt Tint

M ClNMOtd

their former Instructed in Uie eviLs that miRhf Ferguson, of result from the RulpuiK down of the Peter PerKU5on Care sliould be exerci.sed tliut food estate are plaintiffs. it (Ux's not contract bad table manChief Justice Aulay Morrison dls- ners. It should have Impressed mLssed the action in British Colum- upon It. when young, how very Imbia Supreme Court and his Judg- portant proper deportoMnt at the ment was upheld by British Co- table Is. and that bad behavior lumbia Court Ql AppML Mr. Justice when dining is something that canA. I. McPhinips diasented. not be tolerated. Remember the CHARGES INFOUNDED fO'own-up jyr.son. as a rule. rof1ert.s

of

On

hIa way to the Orient to endeavor to eatablUh new wool mar keta for Uruguay, Rich Bayer, a promlnrnl wool rxportrr of Morit?vidio. arrived in Victona yesterday ai^d will leave shortly for Jdptaiee

to

them

Vaneouver,

ing of a deflnlte plan for the training in religious education for men

Goiiif! to

seek

tereat by holdings,

u(

Woodaworth. be communicated witb and td rapport tlilt flK> than upon the human family. It was only right to cxpe
MM

tnm

M

Dr. E. M. Best neliver^ Kdiir.itiotial

In

J. s.

aA.

!

Mdc.

Militia Con.scrlplion Act. That the Lradrr of the Oppo<ioii. the Rt. Hon W. L. Mackenzie King, and the leader of the C.C.P.,

uie to

\{)

)

u exert your.self to whole of ly beneii il If they received for do so. M.ikc nil \()ur mind to take ilveu- Interest in the Pioneer Mine, more interest In periodicals which deal with the eeonomlc and political rich gold prodMPer of the issuea o( today, so jou will be quallRiver district APPEAL POB PART INTEREST fled to dlaeuM then IntelUcently. Byassumlnca cheerful manner and The appeal Is by minority share- evincing people, Interest In your holders of the old Pioneer Oold popuhirlty will lncrea.se Mines, Limited, fourteen In numThe child born 011 April 27. as ber. They claim per cent in- .soon a.s it is old enough, sliould be

of dMluriac

war.

lh.

I

b; idge.

f'luitling ttoo.ooo

Oraaada.'* an iQUvnatloaal body, formed for the Bol3 purpoM of obtaining by vote. If neoesaarjr, for tbt ptoplif «f «tcb countiy:

1.

,J

ftp

IMWed: "tba World Paace

Ii

HISTJICSPOI

111.

uil.s

i

haU a million Id Canada and baa trtudaJ to tiMh* «oiintrtaa TEXT OF KFSOM IION The following 1» the uext of ihe nuinber» over a

resolution.

l)!itl,,l,iv

oij

an,

.so

t*41p«t II nay prove

Ml^

,

de

\.>ui

sua 1



Ma*

;h<

1

(

a

worth. M.P., a.skuu

liouis I.ii U M) !i.

very desirable if on in rati IndbM Niraiiin thla date you will be cautious to avoid being abrupt in iiti r: your April 98 (OP).— manner of greeting or dI .siu rrh in RBQINA, April 36 (CP). To With iit aiiv 16 000 000 at .st.ik.'. two both your socku iind bu.s.ni-s.-. du- commemorate the brava actloa of Do imi iii.ih. Biiv definite ^a Ki oupe of British Coilumbia litigants tacls. party of aged Indian Women w ho engageni)-ii; unir-. \<>u uic positive will eoBteet ownership of you can keep u, for bliould you fall sacrificed themselves to prevent the .sliitTi-.s of I'kiiKor Ciold Mines of to do so. there is a possibility of massacre of younger members of British Columbia. Umlted, before deep resentment being caused. thalr tribe, the Historic Sites Board, The woman bom on April SV will at Ottawa, will be asked to restore the Privy CouneU toi JUie. Pour Vancouver men .win a Bull, do weU to force boraoU to take an the traditional name of "Old Wives" active interest in aeeial affairs, and Brlfadiar-0«n«ral J. Dufl Stuart, to mil fireely with people. Even if Lake to Lake Johnstone, southwest Dr. R. B. BdQcher and Dr. Ptancis you do not feel Inclined to go to of Moose Jaw. The request win ba tlii.i'ic. the moving phtures, made by the Waglna BMarleal
Aiiiioiiiu'^rn<>iil

iM

at

Litigation


the

Valued

1-,

6:30 p.m. axtd flxMU 0.30 to S.SO pjn. The danger perteda are from f to>t froai i to t pjg. and

$6,000,000 at Stake

MmMtar

fit

Shares

Mining

J7

Ai.ill

t)eAl

from

to

MAI

SEEK TO

TAURUS"

MOVEJPSED Motion

Today MeftBS

Aronvon's OoaHMBtSTS

CORN FLAKES

J CORN

f LAKES

L

f

.

1

J

10

THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA.

Vancouver Island

New Hupmobile

I

tRLDAY, APRIL

B.C.,

on Display Today

not

represent

ft-etniK of

chief

plant

faiibiiUttiiiK

Ladytmith Qouncil Devotes

tmUn

finally

Growing Army

upon the agreement will be held on Monday, the laat day of the month. The

at

•B tiM bltiHM

ftt

rf>?uUr ireetliiK of

Council

coniiLsted

of

(CP) —If ever a wind farevolutions and rou.sed wild it went. It is that wlilch Is blowing down from Uie height of Montmarte, twl^fis the slga "Randeaous of Poor BadMtairln paising. andflUa tha Inada of those

wish of the council,

who enter wtth fenrWi onthoM-

hMt eve tti»-

C'lly

drUUt-d

dis-

asms.

Bachelors' lovelcs.s

cuulcm and consideration of the •creement •ubmltt«d by Um Naaalmo Electric Light. Fovtr 4i BmIlog Oowg—qr for th* «wtr
POWW Mr Is)i»iifl

to tiM

Die

V.US U)"

ument

was

Rotary

and expI.iliK'd each clause aKreement, which, he Mid, uBual tiiiii ninlilj lagal 4o0>

prf.M-iit,

of

Ihf

In

Club

Gyros

mch cmm.

Choir Beats Upper Island

in

tors,

They

New

This

Limited,

for

the

Time,

First

Now on DiipJay U the Notable Not Only for ItallJjSA'Wfcilh. •e,

I.

Spauou«.«,s. but Also for It« Rafreahii

iol^

Hew

and made a Iti

iSS. dSJ;

or GOUI LEVY

thLs

a.s

it

.suggestion

was

rldlculou.s

Sch
MEETS AT

T. Held tlonal power

admitted

that

BnfTalo

t.r

Are

ang Member for

Qumi

"MISLEADING RUMORS'* of the aldermen felt these

rumors

w«r»

jnwrt^

Ls

LITTLB ROCK, (AP). -Spring

1

Ark..

farming

April



operations

were .stopped today In many sections of Arkansas as the wotst scourge of buffalo gnats' in'yeani cJoudod the

sUes and klUed thooHuMto Of doOin' worth of llTMtook.

'

Marianne In l^t^l^'JS^^S^^n'^^'l wai eojo^ by an prei> Butern Arkansa.s, week, the. .swarm moved acras.s the low- liable ^ dense country, r W int....Mi — attacking work ia.st

which

U

to cause great distress.

*!-<

the hour when the poor! s emerge from the incognito crowd and turn their footmodest refectory imderj the swinging sign, half way up Montmarte. They hasten tovlted It

on his

stock I have found that tha praiant PC the aowd. occupied the chair M*"** in the fields as farmers batUed the tax will be equivalent to addtag a tha aawqr-eleeted officers,! scourge with smoke and oU. BurUx of to g» ps^ gent on the

heloi

tiie

to

MOtt

25c

lb.

4,.,3,

BUTTER-Ahrgy. l>i»«Hal itM«t layartal iwMt

M

a banquet. Over

Ommb. mate.

par

at.

'

dinner nour-



lha

for

S

I3i

lLk.SBIiaiaiaadllM.MM

ished on Oreek

and Latin and the higher calculus, yet dying of hunPrance. Then, warmed by the cofTee and the air vibrant with dreams, they soon leave the purely national point of views to i>a.ss on to world dTUlza-

HBC SERVICE GROCERIES

They

and

collect here

at

Special* for Friday Only.

PUicedu

youths with

the

disillusioned

unflinching eyes.

PHONE SPECIALS—8

Already the lash

of

their laughter, has drivea from Montmarte the old and Idle pleas are seekers, who had mada of this foraaqr haunt of artlata and wittan

a

modem

Phone Order Sarrica Onan A.M.

at 8

and BabiB Oato.

Hao«

Aylmrr

aapIS

Uan

(UBlt

4 Mm.

(UalU •

1)

ajH*}** PrfBilani OTanUcd Wll«Ia or ihank half. Special

Chef

flaac*.

world are

9-M

BLUE

Paai.

Adjudicator

Warning

Gives

r\,

cou.,

ri»

Tea.

2

«•*

Haiat per

at,



April 26 (CP). A » rd of kindly caution to those who might assume praise from him meant victory to competition was uttered by Jamas T. Oiato. Dominion drama featlTal adjudicator, tonlRht mu.st

"I .snid

lie

I

e.s.s,TvLsf

H,s

.

I

audience

.Nl

5^ nMmlar

battla

^oUanM

2bm.26c

95c

NaaaMk

1

S«««« fMlik. feMIS.

n.rii

1

2

Suit,„,,

gyanfaiii

1

nsifcii

_ run

25c

tattle

1

3

25c

for . Cowboy Cptoot oa

KUlMil HP SMML 2

25c

fo

HBO QUALITY MEATS

grew

CHOICE ITSBR BBXF Loins,

T-Boncs snd Steaks, per lb.. snd Aitch Bones, per

.944

Sirloins. Tips

11)..

Now and then, worn out with not raise fal.se hopes" well-known critic and overwork, the double shift, as they he told his expectant call It, working at night at a trade had given particular and In the day at the university

.,

20<»

.

Prime Ribs and Rump Roasts, per Ib..^. TWck Rib and Blade Roast% per lb Corned Rumps and Rounds, per Ifc„ BoiUng Beef, fresh, per lb I sneat , per lb

they

.18#

,

»# 1B4

u

he

last night to "Blanchette." a student kills hlmseU wHh faUgue pre.vnted by Le Cercle Mollere or giving way to poTtrty or despair'' de Winnipeg. "I want to say this, puts a bullet throt^h his head; particularly as I have to praise one Those nlghU, tha eonments. faflof the presentations tonight. X re- ing betwaen sUanoas at the Rendesfar to nuBBbar two." voua of Poor Bachelors,

VEAL

I

Number two wns

the production by Harold Mrlg

of "LonSOme-Llke. house, the entry of '

Church

V

.

my

wlnocMof tb«

1

givm

' •' k 'I

i,,d, to join

'

ii,.,. ,

top..! " p«.

i-tJl

WHEATof POFFRD

l>

I1

u\cv

cYtry u. ^ ,o Job,: Mtid I.. K«o< QUAKER

to 'Uab« Raih'a Raasbell I'O Mo,iogt,CMa^',nd v^ii 7qa a aambmhip lia
cini

.

I

"With ittm hmi^K* will rnn.. d bow ^ will 111. j,„,„, .Utaila ndin. "

ntpp

tb»

or

tnp

n„

„,

o„. v.: k..o, in

w.ih ei

!

yout

f«tl,», will, nil '•^ V

N«w

«,„t y,,„ ,„ ,,„„,„,

' 1,

tl.i-

you

(111

y

hi

*•*» » Win .rw1,„1,nt Cl?m^ "'''•^•oaia Chi. «,o

the

••

RVTRY WKKK

md

believa

au

If

the

Worth nwDing. ^^••tf^oJTthe top

ryf

m

jiai

\mmt

lllnaht away With

tiTwta

n. I

m

tall

you

about tha con-

great

Brlghou.se,

Belgian

dramatist.

the final moving Road gf ff^OplaXg,* |^

Plav "The Vernon .Sylvalnc.

The wn.s

Maeteriincic piajr "

filVEJI H

The Death e(

lines

oame fint

New

Policy for

ItatagUaa,'*

Canadian Legion and number two fTOup Of Iteonto Hart Houae gava a fiaa. poatle interpretatlfln of a RaOXNA. April ag (CP).— Three _ drama whleh . and hundred Canadian Leglonnalre.t of IH22"!S.^?.'!!f*" °' of Saskatchewan and cltlr^'rs of Re*" ^JS-^fS? criticize gina hnlled the CanadKin Legion's IT S?** new Dominion president Brlgadlerrespect for tta irtMl." Ur Oenera; Alex Rf«,v at a compli^ Oreln. mentary dinner tendered to him "Thf Road of Poplars " by Ver- here tonight. non .Svlvaine. might be General Ross outUnad I new described I dramatic echo of the Great poUcy for the r.»«i^tan Legion ^'
^

""5?L"^

Councillor

Two

^-Jbat a why I satlew Bat» P'i'h . Ra>rhan Club. r fi rir» io«v f h.' ««.^ III.

Kla«/rbay'r« mighty good foe ygo.

I

PUFFED RICE PUFFED WHEAT

1

air

rrir

Inaing

WbMt

Puffad

frj,

f,r,m m parlcaffa of Qoakrr

Of Ric*

.rtMl

iM my /

DENIES

The

Legion's

new motto, he "T'"

r

said

Why

'J^^ We?" He appealed to cx-oerrmen to join la aarrlea to tha Warren. Ward common good, and to back Mn hi

Saanlch repreaentatlve. denied that he had sUted members of the municipal council had "buekad" on every measure, during a hhn |«|M ^'^ofoxaiUMi aaarian af tte ImstBlgkk •

.

I

T»rk»Ti, par

24 d"

lb.

Ail Choice Roasts,

per

lb.

Not

.^e*»tlng,

aatd

A.

Dr. Mortensen was suspended after admitting he had treaUd DUMnger and John Hamilton, hla chief lieutenant, about the middia of Mareht for gunshot wounds

The

a

ttiw

April

M

I.RTI.F

health officer's confusion ai

PETER SOAPS

whether the date was March U. or prevented authorlt le.i from determining whether It wa^ In the 8I0UX FalLv .m). Security .National to

14.

l.'S

Bank

raid

that

the

dcsj)*-!

adoeg

were wounded or In the robbery ol a Mavm City. Iowa. bank. The' wounds. Mortanson aald, war* la the nat dangerous

I

Petobolic (C«rb«Ha»

Mfdlaa aiM DavbU Bm

I

PROTEST SETTI FVTM FOR SLAriNU MAN

•Little Peter- Petobollo Soap contains a strong but ?>amilSM '

carttoUc dlalnfeetaat. aa well as oils benefldal to the skm i« unrtraled for all household

ani lanadry Dgipugai. Aak far

WW

oalr

II.C..

\m

Ml aggresalve campaign for BAN rRANCTRCO April 2« (APi a greater Legion organlxation. --Police Mild tonight negotlBllona old soldier. .^a)d Orrw-ral between Chinese tongs here to reach still had his contribution to a settlement over the Slaying of s make to Canada, even if it ,rre member of one in Boise at a only by giving an example of' teadhMM g| jT^*^

CounciUor hef^

GOOD

MaulAby.

DOCTOR SUSPENDED

Roas,

I'Tbm

It

former Judge of Columbua County ReoordenCourt, eelebrated his sixty-sixth birthday • home 1/ Si^te,,* In Whittrille to Wilmington The hike ha* been an annual CoBtlaBed Pton Page 1 affair He made it la fourtOMi to tlus area as a "poison spot of Ain-. and one -hair crime "

_^a

Prese statementji eredlted to p Bevan at a Wednesday meeting of Umes. Ward Two Non-Polltlcal RatepayA
Warren had daelavad tha

Jitnr.R IK

WILMINCJTON.

f

FOR AiULNa BANDIT

0tmmm

Nnm*

•14^

ft..

UNO Rune,^iiSi'MFi)

Gtneral Rots at Regina Out-

ice

«fa

Mr

PORK SPECIAL

m I'mmi

to

BQAKU "BUCKED" HiM

JJ||||^J«ajd

Quaker

the

Maurice Maeterlinck, through the homely, charming drama of Harold

Ufa and glvea lota ct tips fTi how 10 ha>a ataf t>aaat>«ll

tiMl.

from tha myitldsm and symbolism of

1

n^llaflapB •na tha etory or mj

Shaal

the re.st these poor

ttP

to« Toa wttk

BABE ^UTH OM TNI AIR!

ft.

POULTRY

Then

,

"With 1.001 !• rmmy to wtn

Mxa

sting.

LAMB

a

take the memory of f:iemenf8 brothers of Montmarte to make of It a bulwark ftt-ninst surrender.

.si

Before ICr. Orain wpok», the final curtain had fallen on three one-act l^ys whleh wlU rank high among competition entrlaa. It was an evening of Tarlod programme, ranging

It

,

-Vork

ran bring

have

n«»ii, whole, p»r ft. Raaipi and I.«ina. par

Verdun

Players, of

HIGH-RANKINO PLATS '

more ominous

Each

Package

l>r;ilse

riEHyftWiir

IB4

AFMMN PWNTS

1

With

compared S?^"a'iS- f"! The students at tha pnivarrtty of Parts increase In until

rr

KELLOGG'S CORN FUKES SPECIAL

in determination and numban. Tha faculties of FVanea win see lifion

numben, ],000 a year reach now 35,000.

i

17«»

50c

1

.MBEKii

the cohorts of youth

AMorted.

MiMM linH Kg PgHTMS

SOUTH

-

STUDENT r>«llv

Mms.

*

'

Festival

OTTAWA.

ViMear. M-sa. ketUfl....i(t(i .f OtimlUr

27* 17#

bottle

for

18 oi

BJMrhKl

caricatures of Buropean pff»1tHann. tog fiwjglbbeta. with ribald aerlbblad beneath. Then the laughter .-itrlkes the atans Orandolse phrases are bandied from tabl* to table, such as the death rattle of the universe' -"the ruins of a world about to be ingulfed." The black and yellow lights outUne the gestures, the faces of the crusaders of youth as they dine meagrely In the open air Beyond the white done of BacreCoeur cuts tha stars. F^r beneath Pans gleams, an o' ^ -j.

Competitors

to

Drama

In

< «.

ttBS>

a'i':!!.?r^...»--"ii»i

onymous, Geneva and the League laughing stocks. There pass from table to table caricatures, sketched by the quick hands of artiatB thrr

Kindly

Shirrlff'a

S

«s°fb^J~;°:!..!L'°:,,^••*....,

"

imm

ONLY SarlUa Orun MaraaUdr. sr. 38e

to 10

gite

3 r, 27c

Babylon.

But there are two thlnR.s they do value of hypnotism the fact that while a patient not know, fear and humllit,y On the hill, the terms traitor and "politician" have become .svn-

TO

V*?,'*,^

GATHER EVERY NIGHT

KHOm MO RAB

VICIORV NOT

31c •It

45c

Maoium.

tlon.

h«f

EVERY WEEK

for

Iba-

commento

THAN

Fresh and Sweet

Saaala

lb

8

and

their coffee

rolls at two cents, or their at ten cents, these .scholars,

eyes.

under hypnotic Influence. hLs .subcon.scious mind Ls open to surkcstlon and so the hypnotic 1^ able to delve into the depths of his mtod and .so discover the causa of Ills aUmanta, aald tha doetcr. Ls

IV
j

steps to the

The medical lies In

M

I'liwdrr.

tin,

RQUA

rOILtT

Is

t)a<

of

circle them, believe that 1934 is the beginning of a new era, of which they are the Incarnation, whose revelation will astonish the world.

he can causa tham to aonean-

trata

H.iklii,

1

Nineteen thirty-thraa to Paris was a year o( oantanarlea. These youths who maaaura with their implacable glance the blind horizons which en



^

dor.

in the early part of the ninataeoth pollilciajus all over tha plotting to betray them. needs century.

gnw

per

r»UI«« U»»«r«« SBMka, par

P.irlslan ffttfn- Tertre. above on the lielKhl, every night by visiting here. the thou-sands, these

No doubt the Government a large Increase In reyenue someDr. Paplllon Ls convinced it Is fjiiite where. It would, howavar, be expossible for a man to hvpnotlze tremely unwise. In my opinion, to himself by holdinw a bright object Piaea a tax on the output of a short dLst.ince from his eve.s and I»x>pertles which are not ahowinK,„_„.^ gazing fixedly at It for some time o
HaSMB'l Ba<

174

tin.

AYRSMMMMJ. ™ •^w eewwiM

V.

GROSS TAX UNWISE

kti

i

I

That a.s Just a brush of strength. hand and Is in touOh With Ottawa monks practise a really genuine science and through their efforts It Thev kno* the future is theirs. on the subject. spread through Ru,
of

In

lent dtaner.

who

tlst,

District

S]

Rocen' G»ld«B Bjtmm,

Paplllon.

follows:

"While there has been a wide reDr. PaplUon has spent muoh time queot for the institute to take up arms against the new gold tax. I In scientific tovestlgatlons and believe for the moment It is both among his many subjects for study unnece.s5ary and unwise to make Is hypnot ism as practised by the any move further than to study the Tibetan monks who. he says, are .situation. 'Hie Ontario Mine Own- acknowledged as originators of the science. He Is convinced that the.v of ers' Association has the matter in

Gnatif Kin

Worth Mini

required at an offCAMPBPn.L \{l\KU. April 25 peak period could possibly be pnK duced at two and a half centa, but The am, ,ai inr. ti,,,, ,,f the Campnothing approaching thli figure bell River Board of Trade, held in could be obtataMd on anrage pro- the Willows Hotel here on Wodnes-

Some

Made

HALTS SEEDING

addl

duction.

mi WKOE

XnprMi .nd

Nabob.

Bar Brand. 6

»'•

ger, piot the future of

M

bt IMdav aft-

MUr PawSMv.

31c]

Xildaaoent shadows hold city, hin and sky to a Taat almmeilng splen-

[

."Stood

E.

Mining and

of

m KiMb

hour.

felt

Institute

ence Genuine and Can Be Metallurgy, told a meetliHl of the Montreal branch of the Institute, Valuable today, in <««w«T^ng the tax anBarttona. Opm-Iwart Saunders, Cooper, of Courtenay. Rev. Alan nounoed by ROn. B. ^. Rhodes. Minllster MONTRRAL. of QuaUoum, Finance, April In his budget (OP).— lISMaMa. ai Greene, of the Columbia Coast Ml.s beml, 73. Mon. re.sponded to a toast to the speech In the House of Commons, Hypnotkm is truly a genuine science and could be of valuable aid last week. Piano, Under 12— Veronica Mc- visitors. laughlin, 322. P:velyn Qumrord. 311 Mr. Blaylock spoke. In part, as to the medical world. bellevM Dr. Raymond

It waa stated that a report emanating from the city power plant that day had claimed HuA power' could be produced there at two and a half cents per kilowatt

In view of the statistics relatlTO to production costs over a period of several year.i. the council

Canadian

Church Choirs— Frf Barsby Courtenay-Comox Board of Trade. Challenge Shield. St. AlMfrew'S also a ddreseed the meeting briefly. Presbyterian OlMNll. OaUd AflMtt, Out-of-town ylaltors Inchided J. M cooductor, S6. Mitchell, Ben Hughes and Warren

MEN

a um

for

twin blaek reefa.

illD

TO MEDICAL

I%IC

pkts.^

Limit 4

aM*.

twilight. of Saere-

dome

white

IttO

t

i.s

a

WU&AT. R

Limit J

reKlnie totter

Coeur Tlaea against a flaming background of clou<\\ of a huge ship into the sea, from whu h emerge m the distant mists the dark towers of Notre Oama -lllu

i

New

Aflwnoon Bargaia,

10c

_

tin

tt:30

to 5:30

BEEP,

l'»,

Montmarte awakana at Abof9% the

'

,

I-ibby's,

AWAKENS AT XWIUQHT

Interior



ernoon

0 ta

CORNID

No aattar how Paris may shrug her shwiklara. this proletariat of IntaUeotaala has already helped to the over throw of four cabinets

Mopmobile Sene. 417 Four- Door Sedan. Hapmobile

Festival Contest

four-hour servk-e. and he thought it would be to the advantage of the citizens and cotihumers to have the change over made as quickly aa possible. At the same time there was a propaganda movement against aignlng aa agreement with tho oompany, and he foK that a oopy of the propoaed agreement dunild be publlahed In the local paper on Friday to acquaint the public with the terms ofTered.

lawyers, engineen ^ffit aitlats. are the growing ffKf o( attt-

dents.

Ateorporttlnt an MnendMl minicharge against the city of $400 headed by Pre.^dt nt F Tuddenham, NANAHIO. AprU M. The Na- had been monthly, the first slxty-flve kilowatt present taxable income of the prlnInstalled. Horace Nelson hoiii.s per nionth [x-r k v a of muxl- natmo llotarr Club won the Senrlee ciiml gold pHxhueis Surely this is is the new vice-president and Harry nrirn dciTianil Is rat>'d nt four cents Chib llale Yolee Choir Class for The Um> git at a burden to add Idlena to any was ie-elaot«g aecietary '^"^ Cokmlst with Cup, nn jx)ints, to leo per kill I'.v.-if hiMii 'Die next .slxt mUuitry. for Oyros. at the tJpi>er island Mufive rharKcd at three cents |)er "We wlU oontlmie to get figures The Hon. Frank McPherson, fnsical Festival, tfxlay Rendition of kilowatt hour, the third at two and study the situation so that If it test i)leces by tK>th duU-i. vlndal Minister of Public Works, cenf.s and the excess over 185 kilo- the la oonaldered wise later to take steps tor the UUly and I. A. Haruia. M.P.P watt hours Is rated at ooo and a "Drink U) Me Only" and w« wUl be In a position to discuss Boy," provided excellent entertain- e ornox dl.strlct, were guest .speakers. liaU oenta per kilowatt hour. tta« antler Intelligently." Mr. Md'herson could not .see his way ment Other results are. 8TIMATED 8AVTNO Soprano. Open—Mlts Noel John to promise the con.structlon of a Mining Institute Head OpThe e/stlmated saving U) the city son. Duncan, t§; much-needed road to Sayward in posed Taking Stafid on by the agreement is appr(jxlmately QuaJlcum, 82. spite of J. K. Armlabaw's able plea. $280 monthly, or around $3,000 anPiano Duet, Ubder 1»—Doris Mc- •Mr. MQPbanon gay* some Interestimpost nually. Mr. Maodonaid aaked that Donald. M; Patrlda Wagstaff. 78. ing flgura^oo eoata and maintenance early deeUkm ho mado by tho Quartette, for O. Pearson Cup— of bridges and roada. In a review •ouncU on the agreement. In order Cowlchan Quartette, Duncan, MONTREAL. April 2() 'CP' -An 87; of the past session, Mr. Kanna le give the company adequate time Lecrensmlsen Quartette of Na- stressed the financial dUBctiltlea added surtax of from 30 u> 60 per to reeelre the neeemry equhnnent naimo, 8i. through which the Province is pass- cent on the present taxable Income for Installation by June 1. steyor EloCiitlon, Women's, Open'—Miss ing, but hoped for a way out even- of the prinripul gold producers is Walkem remarked It was rapidly Christina McKen/le, one result of the 10 per cent gold Dunoai^ g3; tually. proving economically impossible for Nesta EJlLs, Duncan, 80. J. H. Eakln. president of the tax, s G. Blaylock, president of the Parisian Doctor Says Sci the city plant to provide a twentySmall

mum

reler.s not to their but to then citiwnlepubllc of letters, as art. of science, as doc

state,

shlp in the bachelors i)f

COWTW

CltT>

MRr
"The Bay's" Groceteria Sale Lift In th« Anniversary Sale Broadside, and the Food Market Four-Day .Sale Specials In Thursdays Colonist for valiMs addhloMl tn tboM llMtd below. ^

READ

PARIS

vored

dreams as

the

will call a pubmeetlriK to dlitcuM arrangements for the annual cele'bration on July 1 a0.-Pr»cll-

jLADYSMl'IH, AprU

>

Pay You to

Will

It

ROY

Br UJUI8

lic

nliig's

Students

of

French Authority

Um

Mayor W. W. Walkem,

Agreement Details

9 V"

'<

Bitter Against Present

eugiiie«-r of the city wrote to Uie council, hii resignation T.

ProiKlfoot ha.', been in charge of the plain for niajiy years 'Die matter waa iakl over untU aast

to Oiioiittlon of

.

iSKpiFUL

tlie

tb* dty.

A spedtf matting to decide

p
1

1

YOUNG FlUNCE



POWER SUPPLY

-

VUA

Z7.

1

4

.

•Tittia

^eser-

PetoboUc

rSfftkha*'**"

of tha Chinatown squads said they ^rrn informed that a pn>posed 14 000 aettlement for the slaying of the RoLae man. Lui Oar had

bem

prr>i<>.d

la idahob

by

IMHagn

gC

"Little far

Patar" Oreen Olive Waafaw < gll Vtmm4»t fm-



AtAi

Daalara

i



THK DAILY COLOMST. VICTORIA,

B.C.,

FRIDAY. APRIJ,

27. 1934

11

MAOIItnUTE'S

JUUPilJ) Mr.

Murphy

Justice

misses Appeal

1670

Dis-

1934

East In-

in

mmm

dian Drufl Case The corpus

i)r
H--nit»-i

(111

>il

Hmnh. his bn-n

.Sohan

ar.d

by way of liahi as takt n by Btuart bftmll of nciii. Ditto

apix'.il

by Mr.

nii.sMTl

Miiiphy,

Juiilc*'

Huprem* Court

thr

i

ilih-

in

The ap-

here.

peu: wan from a summary eonvictk» by iUgMrmU Hf, Ift. vhlch

tte oonTleted Cut IndtaM litd batn chMvad with iMTtRf «ptam 1b thtir

Hm

poweMlon. having pofjpy

wu

flffeoM alteced

heads, which had bren gathered from thf field, and wtili h, U, II

.cd

f<
'f.'At,

C'liitenflid. wi-re lo

riiakuig

ann!v.',l:. .s^u)wcd,

phliie

a diiuX which,

t>f

hji

VM lllWtt NT-

i'.ni4'iit

HU Loidship jUdgnent, that

his

in

"Hit

ij«)lii!,s

thnc t.cinK no OCrtkvari to aid lh<- louii, lit- wa.s to Ml MinlnaUoo ci the iHwrned and to the

M

dletteB.

QUESTION RAISED

HERE they

It l.s pointed out thai the convic[>o,s.s<\s.M')ii tlon was onf of hav int; • drug, to wit morphine. What was held In po6Msslon were poppy heads,

m

and

ann-

tt»

Mr. JwtiM Murphy Mid

thla

outst.indinf; items led the tiekl for the

These

In most cases, quantities were

was oontouUd that thU was

It

not morphine wltkte iog of tb* act.

Highlight bargains from another greater "Bay" Anniver-

are*

sary Sale.

days of the

was

and

not a matter tolag to tha maglatrate's jurtadtetkm. but waa a question of faot for tola iacyioo en the

liave

sale.

BUT.

to

tluui^'lit

to he assuiitl

a good selection, SHOl'

opening

tlay.

sharing in these savinga opportunities

'<<

NOW

"The matter, so concerned,

come

Haudteme Thiee-Piiee

I

Bed, Spring and Mattress.

far as Jurisdiction

New Rough and Sand Crepe

not did the magis-

la

wrong conrluslon, but ought he ever to have begun trate

to a

Extra Special at

MCT't "Hoieproof" Sockt, sizes 10 to

Priced at

69c

49c

Pair

111/2-

Standard Quality Inlaid Linoleum. Price, per tfuare yard, 1.12

ui Fawy Wmmi CmIi -^^..^ 1149

WoiMt'iJlMl Crepe

18.95

Ordinarily 9.95 for 5.99

Frocks.

Unfinished Kitchen Chairs, neat designs.

the Inquiry?" says the Judgment. "In view of the code provisions the facts aa shown on the liaa of tha rttum. tt Is, te my ofrintoa, hopilaai to floatend that the magistrate ought never to have tb» tequlry," copciudes Bis

and of

SSjQC

Special Priee

suliu ient to last thu)iij;h several

\u-

hearing. Is

IK tmlwedtffeiwt

Suedine Sport Jackets, sizes 14 to 20. Priced at

Oxl(}nl iwioiip to It old Open House

-69c

3.98 Non-Scald Tea Kettles, three-quart size. Priced Potato Ricers.

An open house for women has been arranged by the local Oxford Group, to be held, tomorrow, at the home of Mrs. H P BaKley. 645 Foul Bay Road, at the cornt r .if itunnymede Avenue. The m'.ii.w seaalon will start with a quiet time and BIMa itu«T •« 10:10, foUowed by a dlaeuMlon on surrtnder. sharing and guldaaoe. Lunch will take place at 13:41^. tM • milk to ba p»o-

Womm's Suibboi Stfaw Hats io wariod »tyles Woaeii't

t:

Md

50c each. Sale Price

sell at

sizes

14

to

44

91-Pieee Biuuerwire Eutemble, for eight people

14.95

32-Piece Bungalow Sets, complete for six people

2.49

Priced at 1.00

Locomotive Washers.

2JW

llitut' Pyjaaa Satt. Orfaarily

fellowship. At 6:30 supper will be held. These sessions are Intandod for women gxoapera only. At • o'eloek In the evenlat a

for

149

Sale Priee

1.09

Crepe de Chme Slips, Sett uA Twldiw.

aiNnf tMn of woman vUl address an dpm aieetlng. at which all tboae of the feminine gender who are Interested win 1)0 welcome. A request ha.s lieen sent in to the local Oxford Ciroup by residents at Cowlchan Station for a team to be .split thrir to w'ltne.s.s, on Sunday altemooD, and a team of six or

Angelskin Slips, Sets and Teddies. Anniversary Special

Men's and Young Men's Trench Coats,

in fancy striped worsteds. Priced at

9.95

Boys' Sweat Shirts, "Mickey

6 yean.

Priced at

Children's Sample Coats, sizes

8

to

14 years.

Priced at 4.98

sizes

Mouse" style. Each

Women's Anna-Mation Shoes, all

fittings

and

Women's Cantilever Shoes. Regular 9.50 a Kiddies'

Summer Wash

Frocks, sizes 2 to 6 years

36

——



HwIsm DuU Crepe Heeei

Monday" was Monday iMfore Lent. lu name aaM to have originated in Ocr-

Special price, a pair

—————

White Doeskin Gloves,

the tiBM iriMB wWlaonnti omat be

Men's Sport Oxfords, sizes 6 to

1.17

Priced at, a pair- --97c

to 71/2-

11.

pair for

Cedarized Wardrobes. Special Bargain!

6.94

A pair --87c

Special, a pair

Men's Cantilever Shoes. Regulariy 9.00 a

^^^^^M—^WM^—

6

sizes

94c



3.44

Pair,

sizes.

Men's, Women's and Children's Running Shoes.

Lady Hudson Service-Weiglit Silk Hose, a pair Lady

98c

59c

"BLUE MONDAY"



haT* an Inquiry for the significance of this expression, which we use ordinarily In allusion to Monday beln? the
Price, 12.85

4.95

2M

te

Priced at 11.00

to 44, at

Young Fellows' Suits

2

to 44.

Men's Tweed Topcoats, smart models. Special

2.95

Childrei't Sample Ceats, tiiet

Priced at --- 64.

value!

Men's All-Wool Tweed Suits, sizes 35

89c

- -

Ordinarily 3.95 to 5.50 for

Foundation Garments.

win 10 «p fbr thai

29e

2.95

Misses' Slacks and Shorts, twill and linene.

and



1.29

Ot^iiiarily 1.0S

vldad.

Hie afternoon s^'sslon will start at 2:30. when instnirtlon will be given on how to hold a Kroup meeting, followed by t<»am (juestlon.s. A break will be made at 4 o'clock for refreshments, followed by prayer

Usually

1.64

00

Coffee Drip-o-Laten, aluminum, tix-eupiiie. Priced at 1.00

Ummt QtlAwg ?mki.

Women's Printed Crepe Frocks,

at, each, 1

7.49

Ordinarily 12.95 for

Three-Piece Knitted Suits.

Here for Women

- - -

3.84

-

6.94

pair, for

Each

1.89

Orlilnallr. Ittae ttat la

Smart New Neckwear.

maay, in allusion to the fact that on that day the altar cloths were U'.Hc ',i, and observances of the day '

Regular 1.00 and 1.25

Novelty Print Blouses, sizes 14 to 20.

White, Black and Brown Handbags.

HBC

Printed Flat Silk Crepes.

Suede Taffeta Silks

Priced

Regula r

94c

for at,

1 .49

each, 84c

for -

-

Regular 1.95 a yard for

Usually 59c per yard, for

Plain Color Flat Silk Crepes,

Fine Haircord Prints in

50

English Carpet Sweepers.

Five-Foot Stepladders.

Kwittinf; Weelt, specially purchased.

Price, per

On

ball,

Lowly Tortoiso Waa

nsed in gtats frames hy the Chinese ai far hark as 22(H) M C. The^e people had thr idea that berainf tlir tf>rtoi<;e was sacred to them, wear* first

Daiity Ruffle Cirtaint, various styles. Pliil iud Fancy Silk Nets,

ing the shell would assort good fortoae aad loat>

Thiw^ieee Bedreom

•vlly.

W*

l iw—

r««r

aMMrkKr*.

fraaaa la

MM

Rayon Taffeta Bedspreads.

49c

Printed English Bedspreads, size 70 x 90. Plain

la

"Tk« Bay"

Ir**.

W.

H.

director of

Company

Suitet.

Prancka.

TTiiH';nn'>i

Optical

Priced at -



Hemstitched Sheets, size 80 x 90

Damask

Tablecloths.

8c

Discarded Library Books.

-

5.98

- -

1.29

- ---

98c

Price, each,

88c

Turkish Bath Towels. Values up to 59c each

for-— -29c

SpecialPrice,each-— -•— 25c

98c

Boxed Writing Paper and Matching Envelopes for

39c

Ellsworth Vellum Writing Pads, note size.

smart desins. Sale Price. 49.50

r l Uul

Ray

liudy uj

Men's Fine Broadcloth Shirts, siai 14

YourM

Dept.,

lust nhst It should contain to be blood corpuselea. ronRidere
Blood

oonsldered good when II feaa ae pw oent or mere of iMMtMilgMB (bw). aai four and a hair la ftva mUHoii el Mi Mood oorpusolM Ml a airtalB vmalMiy «f is

blood. If.

be In peraenal attendance our Optical Department during the remainder of the

wfll In

i<

loor— 11

B C

IS

ronsWered

fair

when

It

waMu

Irmn t^^^^^

h».p h«l

tlwUp

Kottif

ot your flofer ttB^ Wi~

JfW MB§

«

Um

the

experlmtnLs were and Murphy. liver It %am Tt tx considered poor when it has thought for some time thtt only lam than per cent haeaofloain oalTs liver was effective. Bowever. puAcles.

bl>y1 tak.n

cow. sheep and pig. and also the Utct—calf, eow, llnlnf of the ilomarti of the hog abeep—haa been aMa to save ara al « '

ptf.

hrm of thoaa aflUetad wlthporaiokus anaemia. Pamleloita anaeheretefore. Is mia, always fatal whan the blood haj not enough rrvi oorjNWcles and so not enr>i;Li!ri iion has and nourlahtnent for the tlsstie.s

to 85 per cent haemoglobin and noau uviB fOB namounis M about four mUBn nd Mni aorYoii

Mcaaanuia

Price, a yard,

nd

Regulariy 7.50. At, each -

- - -

29c

On sale at

Oe

to 171/2

1.00

4»«mi

aMfarai witk If yte «• aat

m

Mr.

36 inches wide.

Hem

Colored Border Linen

10c

--

Price, a pair - - -

95c

<>Hiln
Mirlaa

raw taeiTMMl

Specially priced at, per skein

Anniversary Special Price

97c

Tie

Shetland Fleet.

3.75

Extra Heavy Tan Wool Blankets. Regular 6.00 At, each, 3.88

sale at 15c

ounce

- -

94c

38 inches wide. Priced at - - 77c

different patterns.

Anniversary Special Price

U

_

jea

An the

oriirlnal

made by Drs

^flnot

Boston,

rnlt'A

using

A. B. Myer and A. C. of Chleago, have been experlmrnf ing with home liver In the tremfmnet of severe c».srs of pemlcloud snaemia The horse llvrr was In the form of an extract and was Injected Into the veins. One of the eevere cases showed only 34 per cent haemogloMa and na million red blood oor-

O.

M

cc tki

aiBMl

»

to

100

Vvar dldB*t Help aO K did help nrvm<> caaeo FatlenU wore brought Into the that had stopped improving during hospital In very bad condition, some the lu^ of oiHr of them practically at the point of tr<»»'m^nt deal rT»v» of the InjecTil" A r.iored prWmfr in Alrlra had tion :ver was found been reiesaed from gaol uiuler s to be Irom tt^ filth to the seventh special amnesty and waa talking to day. and It took from four to a crony.

fma « mm

t

I

'

.

,

-

'

I

"

^ht

«M yea Majte^J^M iMnfi MIy Oaoree.* kt MMT^MmiI

weeks treatment to aehlaee factory^

aatla*

"JM

look

now rnu dMuA tf0f

cnt, aaa IB Sii

last

job?"

AM

The Inapeetar l»i pot the popOa throuirh a eiainlnatton to stiff which they had g\y^n every iiatlsf art

a

Ion

f''w

Then he proceeded

to aak

quej(flons

"Can you ftnlah this provsrb?" he Bsk«d of a dlmlnuttv* youngst«r.

"

"people who live In glass houses Bewilderment was expressed In ebiM faee, bwt after a the eblM's mtaead. tha

answered: 1 yaa aony Morral ha *VH|lt he live to VlMl fhat tm a hart" leatfl •mm

itm

I

»

.

1

-

:

'

.1

. 12

iMlI.YJL:DL()MliST, VIL lORlA, H C, FKlDAY,^Aj^V;g7. 1934

nil:;

GAREW MAimN ELECTED HEAD OF RUGBY UNION jEdmonton Grads Extended by East ern Titlgholders mChampionship Jokers Meet jDefending Champs Light- Colored Horse Wins at Bowie Royal Oak Team POPULAR

Series

to

Defeat Windsor in [Second Game 47'38

FOLLOWER OF ENGLISH CODE CHOSEN PRESIDENT

In Cup Football

.

The

final match in the victoela Football League will take row ar< irnK>ii ;i! Hey* Avrinie gi^iiiuiid-i. Alun the Jokers cla.sh with Royal lak in the Hrown Cup .series iJoUi elevens will be out with ttieir best bets with hopee of lifting the sUmware SauBden win handle 4he whistle and the fame wiU start at 3 o'clock. Jokers wUl line up as follows: Rest-

Junior

place wo
toiiicii

(

katternen Hold Margin of PoUMt Doffaig irnt Two Qiuurton WImii Gnidii toFind I 1^

Tkkd Qumm to Be Played Satiu>

Wiilrri

I



day *

EDMONTON. April 26 (CP).— Eded; lonton

Alumnae in Dominion

Mnd.sor

l»mo

defeated

tonlKht,

tiracLs,

Larry Kennedy. Soul.sby, Les Kennedy. Pearce, Brown, Bell, Gelling, Campbell. PoUtano and Miles. all,

Gladyf Fry Leads Scoring

of tho

second

the

woinby a score A 47 !> ;iH (Jiad.s took the first nie.sfl.iv by 84 to 20. '•fcamf The third game wUi be piftyed bcrt Saturday. (ii.s bit; k ft ball iiilc

.senior

.-ioriv.s

Succeeds Russell Ker as Prexy for 1934-35 Season George Paulin and Fred Cabeldn Re>





for

Thrn. quick to take advantage of the tJiacU). who were not expecting the changed attack, the Winri.sor

The

girls riushed in for their rebounds and often .vored Ciiads switched tlK-ir defence, and gradually galnod control of the .situation, but for the loyal supporters of the team there

rrin.s

Retiring Offieials Highly Praised

Work—GarriM>n XV to Utm Up

of

RuRby erected before the

the Victoriu

Uiuon will be guided by Carew Mur- continued Mr. Ker, well-known follower of the EngOFFICERS TH.WKKD

tin.

fbr the

code,

ensuing twelve months, as a result of the annual meeting held last nltht In the board room of The Colonist. Martin was seleeled president unanimously and rmlaoes Russell Ker. who e ered the union through two successive seasons in splendid manner before retiring. Rugby's new i)rexy thanked the meeting for his election, and in taking over lii.s offlce. stated that he would tr.v to rarry lish

were a few uncomfortable moments. Gladys Fry, great centi* of the their Orads. was high scorer with fifteen

Different than In the flrat game,

tb» OnkU had a fight on .bande from the outset. The Wind- points.

He went on

to thank Carew Marluiiiuian of ili(' referees' board, the referees for the time and trouble tticy went to in helping the tin.

(

and

all

game. The executive came in for Obtain Margaret liCachigh praiae in the report, as did the t margin of the play Bumey, who ueually gets a "basketrepresentaUves of the press for their two quarters, and more full" of pohits, was not clicking with fine support. Although retiring as than made tlilng.s intprcsling for her shots, and was far down In the president. Ker sUted that hLs inthf> hamplon.s However, Orads list. terest would be the same, and he LINEUPS were held In chfH k bocause of poor would assist the union in every fihootuiK not betau.s*' they did not Windsor Losslng. 4; Hvttenon a-s sucre.s.«fully as his predecessor. way possible in promoting Rugby have many opportunlUet to score. raugh. 15: Fisher, Oolab. 6; RichComplete li.M i,f ofllcers follow: In the future The Windsor repreMntllU?fle took ards, S: Cornwall, Ikanela^ Statements from .s
W

girls held a

in the first (



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,

i



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LISTO TAKES

mm

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i

Tomorrow

^W^U^^ngle Point to

FN in

RACE

Soccer Laurels

tory at Tanforan

"

the

Gunner. Need

SAN BRUNO.

April 2« fAP).— 'tJiste. an old-time stake hor.se. galloped home with a seven length lead today to win the feature rare at Tanforan track. It was h mile and seventy yards' run. with Frank

m

wiibovn MagMff

Three Times Holder

mount

Ida

ish

The Obatfee lleOmeugh entry from BUreka was close to the pace In the early part and wrested the lead from Shasta Broom at the far turn. He drew out in the ??
r

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Day

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Wife:

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(Buma)

Alta

has more sense after he's married? "Yes, but it's too late

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HAS A TWIN

INTBBNAnOlfAL P(

HIGH 8TANDABD "The high sUndard of Rugb\

u

a

quality

standpoint,

"»e n»tt» in the 1031 event.

L

b.s

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ainee

a quarter

1



Sam Oakes Wins

The pennant hopes of the world- and .senior "B" leagiMB. napectlvechampion New York Giants were ly. for their great reoonl in local given a setback today, when Leroy competition, both teaOM havtag

BUliard

By

Match

Clear Margin

"Tarzon" Parmelee. one of the "big gone through theta* schedules withfour of the pltddng staff, under- out havint their Unes eroesed. Ker went an operation for removal of also praised the fine efTorts of the Hsnglng on to Ilia laad he his appendix. Re may be ,out of, me two teams in attempting to llshed in the first and seoond baseball for six week.s to two month.s J Hft " the provlnciai titles t the Sam Oskes, city champion, won tha Taken ill with acute pains, la.st ^'rong Mainland fifteens night, whiK- In Phlladelphl.'i, where hej The retiring pre- ihmt str.wd the P^X^^*^„^!^^ wa.s .scheduled to pitch today. Par- l^'lnl- "bout InsulTlclent and lYmrluZaL IT!?.- «T*' ^"^^^ MetropoH.s "** Parlors bv grounds to play on during the seamelee was sent back winning by a score of 1.500 to 1.273. son. stating that had It Reports from the been '

.

'

Mn

fU

The match was played

In three seswith liie present champion leading all the way Oakes finished 227 points In front The winner'a highest runs last night were: 40. 43. 40. 44 and 30. while Fltali

sions

had

nna «f St. M.

«S

aaS M.

GOli ^ACIS NOT THEORIES By

I

ALEX MOKKIfON

.750

3

fi71

4

.'iOO

5

2Bfi

e

.350 .125

Pair

>\ lil BaiUe Today for Royal Colwoqd Wotn. en\ ChampionHhip^FirialH in Various FUghta



Reache
^Drmw for To«lay

AuMmaeed

Mrs nennett and Mrs. P. O. Abell Lost Pet. Mrs. Abell defeated Mrs. Poeoek. 'o'" eh.implonshlp of 6 and 4. .714]^'" 2 3 .M7 Royal Colwood Oolf club, today, as the result of their victories In the » .635 Mrs. defeated Mn. semi-final rounds, yesterday. Mrs. Studholme, 3 and 3 4 BenneU defeated Mrs. Maefarhuie. I Mrs. Richardson defeated Mrs. the aMdallet, after thrining a battle • Semple at the nlnet''e,,>h 4 JS3 at ttM ii l iiei eiii th hole. whUe Mrs. Rerontf Flight 5 .386 Aben eliminated Mrs. Pocock. 4 and Miss Pltsglbbon defeated Mrs.

MO

5

Pet

A FOSTER 6«»i» iM» A fUa egOlHEft

Rochester

....

Newark Montreal

EXPLANATION lOK YESTFRnAY'?^ ALL ViiiillaHDAYS

I

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RTPT

FY CAITOOK

,1

Syracuse Baltimore Alhn ri v

iviim ^.caituM, Zycni .)i^k

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3

2

5 4

a



Lawaon. S and 4. Mrs. c. E. Wilson defeated Johnson, g and 4.

;

Woa

IM

•••••tt»ieiaae«*<

t

from

the sdio(^ league.

maintained by all the rlub.s (Imuigl the sea.'ton and are to be congratu- r^^iuuL-?' Cavalcade. colt, equaled the track Int^'d on their showing, and the wonderful sportsniaashlp dl.splaved record In the Shenandoah Purse at Havre de Grace. Wedneseday. which, after all. is the first object doing a nuie and seventy yards in of the game 1 :41 4-|, .stated Preyldent Russell K( r. ii.s he presented his annual statement He went on to congratulate the 5th Brigade and Oarrison (AP).— teams, winners of the senior "A"

4. Today's final wUl start at 13:36 with Mrs B R, Phllbrlck refereeing. The feaiurp match of yesterday's 792 plHv wftj? produced by Mrs. Ben16 .667 nett and Mrs. Macfarlanc. 8 The 10 13 545 pair was all square at the end of 13 11 522 ihe first nine. "meD Mrs. Maa10 13 43.'i f arlaaa started to take the lead «id 9 13 400 waa t nnslg fosr. afn. BeoneU won IS • J7$ the fIftaeBth. shrteenth. seventeenth 18 0 273 and eighteenth, to square the match and then took the extra hole LCAGLE with a four against Mrs Macfar X«ost Pet lane's five. Mr* Abeii wa.s too strong S .714 a 6 a JTT for Mrs. Pocock, Uklng an early lead and Increasing tt at every op4 a J71 portunity. 3 3 .soo Besolte follow: 2 2 ."iOO

10

San Prancisoo

SKKKIOM I

2 3

COAST LCAOUB Won Lost

les

.

Peta

Chap»ra

4

.

in

->»anth ^ iraia

5 ......

New TcKk

Washington

IM

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Detroit

Cleveland

Boatoa. Philadelphia

III

^

Won

U3

110

4 4 a S

Lost Pet. 1 J7S

1

101

SKUl Rae*—Mils »

i

LEAOI'E

lit 111 111 113 107

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.

Cincinnati

111

Ono

...

113 107

lis

mitht Knot

I

5

lit tie lie

Oiaare

apwia

Pair Orb

Boston Pittsburgh

Brooklyn St. Louis

HI

Chief Warbtor UttIa antin IPMrtfe Wy> ep wckali Courae —weai jNTavs •..,,,«.,•.•*.,«..,,.,

7 6

New York

107 113

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.

py

Won Chicago

saa CBaeukH farlenti

'Manora

TrtM aiM taane

MAnOHSL UUOUI

111 111 111 101 106 106 110 111 111 110 113 II*

Tlilatla Dick .. Patricia Oronr .......a......,,,,,,. Candid Orotaro ....••••••••aa«>«»«#. Bond Holdar

Oar

i.

Mrs. BenncH lu Meet Mrs. A bell tor Crown

IIB lis

llMal Crown • ••• aaeond Raot—asmkali Coutn: Uttia aintta

.

^en

Ill lis

Doublat ,,, a»u' Salter .

2fi

Kentucky Derby I

-10, Toronto. Cona1:30; 11. Detroit.

April

May Go

M

For Appendicitis

NEW YORK.

in the

ipmsVTLLM. Ky April 26 .AP. Mayhcw. K W Pnit.son H C Nich*>0»"'^f'* :<^las and Chnrlc; .Swrvik in the hono-arvl-.^'*^" hono.ary Kentucky Derby. Mav 5 Caval, ade '^'•""'w Martin, presl »«™. Sir Thomas. Singing jdent; li. ravis. nrM vice-presl Wood Peace Chance and Discovdent; Aitiuu cox, second vice-pres ery. Nominees conceded good idrnt; cieorge Paulin, aeeretary; to score an upset Pred N. Cabeldu. treasurer; B. E. A chances Dlespecker. auditor; Rusaell Ker n"""- Sgt. Byren. Rlskulus. Hill. Time Supply and Agrarian. past-president; J. Rowland, 8r, If these wrlve horses go to tha chairman of the Intermediate post. It Will be the bast Derby tkSi. league: Bob Melnnes. «»*««i->tn of

SEAMAN WATSON WINNER OVER WALSH

I t.OO tS HO

th« tha

7
tyn. Lieut. -Col. Brooke-Stephenson, Lieut -Col A Kent, Reeve R. W.

l

.

..„„„,,.,

(Cotton),

|

I

"

cher

Twelve

David Leemlnf, honorary president; MaJor-Oeneral Ashton, Commander O. C. Jones. W. O. Mbresby. R. p. Taylor. Magietrata Oeorge Jay. V. L. Denton. Alderman John Worth ington, P. F. Curtis. Col. D B Mar-

Lrrov melee Operated on

struggle as to who will go up from Scottish Football League already competed in the United the Second Division to the First. re.sting in the hands of the Rangchamplon.ship In 1931 and along w ith Orlm.sby Town, w ho,se ers. w inners al.sf) of the Scotti."\h Cup. 1933, being eliminated both times lead cannot be disputed. By a mid-week victory. Rangers Bolton in the aemft-ftaal Wtadarara are atrMiig hard, but imched the championship for the second year In wirreeeton, getting a point ahead of llotlierwaU. whose sehedule ended a woMe ago. •Hie question of demotion Is pretty wfll de ided al.so by today s between yiieen of South and tie Airdnediuan'. 'nwdenbcath, which won only four games all season, goes down, and unless a miracle happens. Third Lanark goes down with them. Ahtineonlani draw the toiirh Ayr t'nited outfit Saturday, while Third Lanark gets a better break in meet-

tM4 SBS l»lf tarlOBIl

XaaUr Tommy Omtol rwpr Onek ahe*

f^f™"*'^

^iTs^'y. To^j;:^

She

.

on

^rJ^^

States

OVERNIUBT KNTaiBS PIrat narr



Third

s^s,

atto

permltttac

CAaaw MABTn*

Borrell. Hollett,

The

M

(40

'

Thomson. Wiseman.

Forest.

the top

a^d

throtMh

trusty «1U ba approached

e

and Miss WUSon then of the table. City, in the Northern, are already Riley (Thompson), 15:09; 12. DeShefHcld United Is definitely troit. Aurie was to advise what was wrong, if (Ooodfellow), 10:M. safe. to the Second Division, anything. TbU, the Ladles' Oolf doomed Liverpool and Middlesborough will Penalties, none. „ Union decided, was a violation otf*'ewcastle United and Mnpitiigh^pi t>e idle, their <)pi)onent,s being Overtime—No score; no penalties. enare nest in danger, with ihlr^-four the amateur oode and it declined]^ gaged in the f\i|i i'r,;i! VVi-nbley. points, and Chelsea oomes next to to aoeqx her entry. them with thirty-five. Liverpool and Viii SCOTTISH LLAOLb Mls.s Wllaon. one of the world's OLASOOW, AprU (CP).—The leading women golfers, has held the 8TR|jU(iL£ FUR PKOMOTIUN long Scottish soccer sea.son ends Is BritiA tttle for thne itralflht seaThere remains Just as keen a Saturday with championship of the varloiLs shots

of

the trus-

Cup be

of gift s»

-

Penalty. Doraty. ^ . „ ^ struRgle for promotion from 4«??^^^!^^!^^'7^?"^'^^ Divi.Mon'.s Snutiiern Sec- 4.33^^7. Detroit Aurle (Lewis)^ 6:15; a question of i**^'' on golf. 8, Toronto, Oonacher (Tboms). l"«''ly be carried staying in the First Division forl^''^" to the Rame of the .season, a week 13:04; 9, Toronto, U:40. AMpMag girl golfers were asked another SeaaOB at leaitt l^'^^^ Chesterfield and Bamsley Penalty. Wl.seman. to send photoijraph."! to the news Arsenal holds a four-point foiir-ii«int lead le.H Third Period

paper showing

Instead

IJnc-ups:

.

I

teanw play

all

series.

ing Tai irk Thi.stle

lo.so

>

played a

M

TIma. 141. Alan ran Mallleiri Bon Bra. Jau Pal. Little Kid. nhaltar On. Dr '

Is

of Detroit,

have

hospital said the not for the a.ssLstance given the union operatiOB was saoeeeeful. by the fiarrlson and Navy authorities they would h.-ive becn eeriously The .'-erond Divi.sion .schedule ran handicapped "Now I IS see the out last .Saturday, with Dunfermline light of day. for next we will have the use of the new grounds, and Arbroath earning the right to the old remo U o n . Kacdonald p property in I feel sure that LIVERPOOL. April 36 (CP via iff*^?'^*'*^ this win be one of the finest playHa vas).—Seaman Watson. British nig fields on the Coast. We must featherweight boxing champion, thank the City Council for having outpointed "Jimmy Waleh in b llf us the ground, and <.niv hope teen-rouad that they will have a grandstand

North Shadow

Seventh Race One mile Bualnaaa Man (Wllhorne) IIO.M

Bad

tees of tho Cowichan to amend their deed

^ iS5

Hainsworth; Homer, CUncy; Thoms. KUrea, Oottoo. Day, BamUton, Blair. Oooaeher. Jackn. Deraty. BoU. tied With Mtfm Detroit—
<

i

L4«to (Wllhotirnei atlatta Broom (Mr I.aren)

f

Toronto

(

SW

s jo

(CP) .—With Preston North go, the on points.

109 104 114 114 104 sons.

"Doat you think a man

M

(Burna> j.m j 30 iRoiencarten) j 40 Time. 07 AUo ran Fluent. Oolden } IBtaU. Honnapo. Wrackdala. Sir Satin Ptfth Ra«*—MUt aad Mi«-quartar: • iHorU n WaUra (Lorint) ISS.M 10 tl 40

OhatMn

28

straight reporting Job with a the title. The Pensioners, however, need pf)lnt.s more than the Ounners Loudon Btmvapar to glva advice for. with Chel.sea, it Is

It lhf> famvS Rntftoh Ca». KnKlanS Ihr stanlrr Cup or ^lliin ( np li to r\nt Rdce rour and ona-half furlont* Canada. ^m\r for Ihr ft^t ih^i Ihr rup llaclf >rrmi le be a bit more prcacntable. flKO Diablo (Vrnilll) *o IS io Twa traat ts.SI aiiar a Imm. MaaaaaaUi CMr •W»y Run
I

April

Kreat (fame

Saturday

two more games to

period tho Loaf.s led. 3-2



the mile and a quarter fifth 'race to pay $2,120 the biggest motuel price of the day Hrr* what KMttltii follow:

.

LONDON. only

,

Mrthem Water won

afdvay Hmmp (iMwdonl l:eet-«. AIM

De-



first

r,r.„'^5 " ..V. .>......

Arsenal la atlll not yet sure of getAt the bottom at the Second Divi- Levlnsky, Lewis, Ooodfellow, Aurie, ting the Snglish Football League sion another taiiRle continue.s with Rilrv. .Sl:irr, Saaik Lincoln City definitely on the way Giinniary (AP;.—Enid cham pion sh ip (or the second time |0'it. With two ^a;n>.s. t,> ^o. or four Kr.st P>»rlod- 1. Toronto, Doraty ^ Wilson, three times British women's in succession, but the prospects of points, onlv three points separate Blair and CV)tton>, 2:32; 2, Toronto, golf champion, today w a.% declared their defeat are very remote. Manchesu r United, next to the bot- Jack.son »Thoms>. 3:10; 3. Toronto. ineligible to compete in the 1934 The Ounners go to Chelsea on tom, and lour other teams—Swan- Clancy (Doraty), 9:04: 4, Detroit, renewal because she deviated from Saturday and Just one iwint clinches sea. Mlllwan, Notts County and Notts Lewis, 10:10: 6, Deihdt, Aurle. 11:24

behind Shasta Broom. The winner paid $8J0. |4J0 and 12.40. Shasta Broom returned $S.20 sad
r, '«»•.

of Brit-

Title

English 'Kirsi Will Meet Ch. N. a

clared Ineligible

lONDON,

^

,

Women's

Wto

to

DMrioa ClianipionBlii|> Tomorro w —Scottish Loop Ends

TOiRNAillTIi

In 1:44.

(My Draw

CBAMPfOIfRHIP FLIGHT 375 J33[ Mrs Bennett defeated Mn. jfartasa at Um nlnHenlti.

Mn. Leemlng.

MLm E Oonnaaon.

and

2.

Faartli

FUght

Mrs. Bryant defeated 3

and

Mn.

1

TODArs DBAW Th» draw

a perfect swing. 12 45 p m —Mrs. Mrs. Richardson

13:19 pjn— Miss C. B. WUson.

Mn.

la.u

tfMt,"

fOW

your smart yonll remind your* tt waa a poor *a4. Mra Ton Jeckad that the ehib toek. elaSbed at the ball siMl lookad np eo that you nearly missed tt altogether. BoTSey. ThSat was your contrlbutloin. Lady Luck saw fit to favor you In the Instance by affording yoii the same result as you'd get from eelf forcibly

Mi'harlls 3

of the hole "Oootf friend will stiout. If

op-

1

A topped shot happens to fun straight over some rough ground Mn. and comes to rest within six inchee

pa^Ma.

Tour

lurk

will

aarry you only so far. In the lonf youH get as maaf fead inafeg

nm

as fan

will

Tom

good eow.

ptogi ew Mir as ytm 1mprore your swlof. IgDoriog faultf

A

3

THF. DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA,

.V

B.C..

FRIDAY, APRILS/,

43^

1^34

PORTSMOUTH FAVORED TO CAPTURE ENGLISH CUB 115,000 Expected To Watch Football

Keeps

Trim

in

Rookie Hurls

Battling Pugilistic Steer

To 3-2 Win Over

•1 Weekly

.

AMBBICAN LBAOCB

NIW YORK. •TAZXtDMi iMliind. otherwlM the (CP).—The IWId of^to"- deputise.

April 36 blcv

hkc

^;!^atIl^(l

t<«la) ail Nfl Him f r Cui)

(

rhf .stadluni

table

lillllHid

;i

ihr

lot

^ni

for wurd Ti lei)hi>n»-.s were liistallf
Hoi ts-

bf-twi pji final he.strr ("lly

I

niouth

Main

aiifl

"

"

tlekeU. pounds of tea, 17,000 Bottad 7,500 000 sandwlchea. appUoa- aod SjOOO buiMi

Uk

than llSjON are ex-

Bhowen

the

followed

of sunahlne

pias, 14,-

hikI

'

'

Mng

to win. 10-7.

Ciup Soccer TontOTTow

MM M.

CA&NEEA WORKING HARD

"You'd better get In good shape," JfllinaitoB abontad ovmt tba tataiibooa. "lUil Oamara'a np In tbt Makia WDQda working hard.* might Just as well aave bl^ strength," Baer veiled back "I'm going to .sm:u-k hun thittcr n a table

He

cloth In about f^ve round.s

"

Cliallenger for

tening

Camera



(

3

3 3

PVrnwood Rancws Banco I Complete scorea fOT WMMaday's Rtunos follow: Fernwaaa BMv«r»—J. Wateri. 531 T R'nnle. SN; R. Bathcll. 53S: H Hewett, low .vore, 444. Total, 8,414. .Uarlonettrt -N, Phlppi, US'. B. DouglaJ.

.')4'.

rANADIAlf April (AP)^'n)e whereabouts and plana of Maxlmilllan Adelbfrt narr. who Ls about as easy to catch up with as John DUllngrr, are no lon^' r a ttgftHttf |0

Madlaoi* Squa; e 'i.trdfn It cost something )\ m s

t.'o

in long-

distance calls to track down the leather-lugging Lothario In Dee Iftn and relieve the blood pfMMirt that waa itartlng Jimmy MiMlOB*» aafaty vatva to popping.

Molnas.

Wmr

waa dna bare two days

ago.

The Oardan'a boxing manager hadn't heard Irani hla since ha signed to

.

nVEMN

Walkrr*' HlBh*7 Smith, 03; Walker.

M

MIW TOIIK.

47> F Walton. 4S«: AaVWL «TI: IXACVW. Total, l,an. Hrnlcy. 84 Shorrlll. «9(l Dink* Marionette! won two. Uoulton. 151, Wnul-

137.



>

t

or A WA1 HAZABD

Temple.

133,

Templeton,

13.^:

Porter.

105

g

is,

of

Some

eseellant aooraa

W'hillem*

and

m



'

play your ball as It lies, aponoora PtrawMd the penalty of stroke and

or fake

deeming It an unplayOr In stroke play, you your ball, under Stroke and either accept the

Plsii

A

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fiftlsi

dtfitance for

able

ball.

may

lift

Huie -

t

rolling

tobacco i

aaliify-

l

Inq tmoklng.

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you'll

fin«r

comhlnntion fKon

O8

'

^

^

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(

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f AVE

And o

never

1

n »

or



u

t

n nd

Vogue"

THE POKER HANDS

OGDEN'S

FINE CUT Injna beeliUH of "CKan**ci*f"

Tour

ri(>«>

Krintrn

n'it f iif

and distance or

e

Plttg

Onlf are very

of

nSCOTT'S

ball In

In

happens

the sarr the water (

tn ;,

:

finish rf

iiv>

W

R

,m.').

miu n

Total.

J,58.S.

Paulding. 581; Mr.^i A A O. O. MadCenue, 38t:

Um.

MacKenile. SUj «. W. Mac-

Krnzle, 704

Wehlttenu

Total. 3.»0|^ won three.

WhN

(Twenty-five Years Ago)

The

2,000 puuK^as stakes for encolts and fll'if-s foaled in 1906 nt N uket track. Eng-

tire

was run

-

.

.

cmo

nm

Southern Vancouver Island. The promoters of thLs .scheme contend that the club, which has been In existence for the past few jrears, has not been doing all It mltftt to prevent the extermination and to nurse tbe stock of fish and feathered game found In these parts. They claim that the old orp.i nidation has been a dead letter for many months and they are anxious to bring another into being that will take a more active mtomil iB the awttcrs

the flrat elaasle of the present sea- the car to Investigate. son was Immensely popular, al"Puncture, he said, briefly. though most of the public mon< \ Vou ought to have bf»en on the was on the hitherto unbeaten Bay iM.koiit for this." was the helpful "

Tho favorite, however, never eniark You remember the guide was dangerous. Louis Vlers made j framed you there was a fork In the moat ef 'tba mnoiBg. but eonlag road.'

SCRAPBOOK

By

R. y, Scott

'

ST. CATHEiriNES TORONTO.

April 28 fCP).— The Association of Amateur announced that th« Rovai Canadian Henley regatta will be held this year at fit. Catharines, July 28. 37 aod ag. f^.inndian

OMisriien

ha.s

The programme win not vary from tbat eanfad out teat year aaoept that a quarter-mile dash for 140single scullers will be added.

pound

Buxton Wim By Knockout RiimtB

Billy

in Bout at

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M

ardo.

CAHAPIAN REOAHA TO BE STAGED AT

and driven ftom tbe boa

U

TACXMCA. AprU

Taeoma

M

(AP).-BIUy

Buxton. HI pounds. Yletarla, knocked out n«ddle Bgawa, Seattle, 133 1-3 pounds, in the second round of a preliminary event on a boxing prograjnme here tonight. Freddie .Steele. l.'>4 l-_ poiuids, TacoiuH, scored a kno< koui f)vpr Joe Cardoza, 159 1-2 pounds, Los Angeles, in the second round of the scheduled ten-rcund aM>ta evant

LONDGM,

April 30

f

CP) - Play-

ing their last match before nailing for a tour of South Africa. Motherwell, of the .ScottLsh Pfxitball League, defeated Clapton Orient, of the EhgILsh League. ^-4, today. Motherwell

By the AMSiatod Pr«e« Braves Blank Dodgtra Home rims yesterday: Coleman, BOSTON. April 28 (AP).— Tom Zachary, pitching witb aD the cun- Athletics, 1; Klein. Cubs. 1; Allen, la.st week finished second In tBO Phillies, 1; Hottomley, Re
1

ATTENTION

Tho Gorgs Vilo fiolfdib



JOIN

starts of any campaign on record, the Phillies came through wltb tbelr first victory of the aeasaa, downing

"What U a

silly aas,

New YoriK 01antB,g-a. Btbaa Allan lauvMad tbe win- MI7 OoToraaieat ning punch In the sixth. Just after oaaia the Giants had tl«d the score for the .second time. He clouted one of FYed Fltulmmons' pitches into the Ml ttOH MaaHMBI for a h.ome New York

.........

Philadelphia

Batteriaa

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NUMMUI^aPFIfH.LOMtkl^ ANOtfKAK.A COOO -4 ITFD COD WILV <;naTc:H a W)1D 0U6K AMD PIECES .

,

INTBBNATIOIfAL LBAOVS

NKWARK. NJ.

April 26 (AP).— ball behind l.he aixhit plt< hinor of {jene ftchott, Toronto Maple Leafs squared their series with Newark Beais, today, when

PlavinK [vrfect

Uiey batted out

PMlXS

of AH iM

Oil '»of4

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OF ftSH

an

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GREY FLANNEL

a. M. B. g Ig 0 I

0

i

Schott and

Smith; Qhaadler, Maknv.skv. Newklrk aod Olenn. CoUii Royalv \\ hip \ll. »nr ALBANY. N Y April AP».— Home runs by Hal King and Oecar Batteries

Is

ban to so eloas to that scantling that It cannot be pteyed. The committee bas not datlnad the eatent of Iba baaard. beyond sUUx« that a ban may not be played off the wire. IT It to on the wire the penalty must ba accepted But If It is so rloee to the aeanfling thnt it (unnnt be played, then It would come under gf A

dafoatad

.

Saala' alar rlgbt-baader,

<

W

journey ball landed player

K S. BMaaan, 111

R.



yesterda. and was won by King Edward.s Minoru. The Duke of Portlands Phaleron was second referred to. and Raphael's Louis Vlers was third. Xleven hones started. Ibe "What's happened, Oeorter" aha vMory of Kixm Idward^ faoraa tai asked her husband, who had left land,

its

ha^.ard. the

a^ty

arm. Chicago

Detroit 3 0 1 for tiMi flrat time tbU aaaaon. Ga.ston. Wyatt and Batteries Otllo Nitcholoas. Sacramento Shea, Ruell; Sorrell and Cochrane. hUller, late of the Chicago White Sox, held the clubbing Angels at out of the dip. Minoru drew away cievtfaad at at. Louis, rain. bay while his teaminates sent J and won easily. Two lengths and NATIONAL LEAOI E MUlani .i:n;>i)' l- Ms first defeat a half .separated the second and PITTSBURQH. April 26 (AP).— of the sca.son, 8 to 3, a( Los Angeles. third honses Bayardo was fourth. The betting was 4 to 1 on Minoru. whistling seventh-Inning home rvn R. B. B. 33 to 1 on Phaleron and 100 to 1 off the bat of Catcher Virgil IHvis. Sacramento g g on Louis Vlers. The favorite waa with two on base, ended a south- Lea' Angeles 3 g g Batteriei—Nicholas and Wllfta; J. quoted at It to A The Wllteabam paws' pitching duel today and paved Plate of 900 sovereigns, distance, the way for St. Louis Cardinals to Campbell and O. Campbell. four furlongs, was won by Vale, with win their second game of the season ft. H. E. Flying Sea second and Destination from PltUburgh, 10-1. 8 10 R. H. E. Holl)rwOod 2 third AnioiiA the ten StartOn Was St. Louis ........... 5 11 10 16 0 Portland 4 Mr. Whitney's Llmorad. Batteries—Sullivan, Densmore and Plttsburprh 1 8 3 BatteiK s Hallahan and V. Davis; Basalar; WUaao, Bryan and cox. It was a veritable fVld day for Blrkofer, Chagnon, Smith and ValtR. H. E Victoria's blue-blooded canin'-.s at Oakland 8 10 0 the Tacoma doj; show, wlilch opened Saa Ftandsao 4 0 itep 0 yesterday. A grand sweep wa-s made Batteries Hald and Wallgten: CinCAaO, April (AP). by those local owners who sent their "Sunny" Jim Bottoodcy bammered BanaMan, Sbeeban and IToodaU. dogs across the Sound and the hon- a home VtaatOaaM— R. H. E. Into the centre field ors won bear eloquent testimony to bleachers in the final Inning, today, Missions • 3 7 0 the superiority of tbe local dogs driving .4 12 2 in pinch - hitter "Sparky" Seattle over those from otbar pcinta. To Batteries l>aglia, O.sborne and Adams ahead of him to Klve CincinJ. Wdfenden'a potnter Mtcb. Spot, Duggaji: Pillette and Bottarlni. nati a 5-4 victory and Chicago Cub.s went the premier bonori, easily Second naillQ R. H. E their first defeat of the season. capturing the laurels for the best 8 13 1 Charlie Root went away In the MLssions pointer at the sliow Local dogs 2 8 0 second Inalag; after be lost control. Seattle won prizes In every class. BaMertea—MltcheU -aod Iltapgt" - _ riek; S a l There Is a move afoot among the Oindnnatt 4 . 7 0 sportsmen of Victoria having in Chicago Batteriaa-rSl Jobnaon, Benton and view the organization of a league o'Parreii; Boot. Ttattbig and Hartfor the protection of fish and game

much

permitted to drop his ball "in or behind that hazard under penalty of one stroke Then he would be much better to play caattoudy, and thus avoid either featag ta the haaard or bel^ ao etose to ita margin tbat ba flada It impoesible to play Ma aaat atroka in comfort anotber course with a water bamtf on one long ho>, the baaaid Just being about nice dUtanee to be caught by a fair second stroke The commltt.ee in chatfo of the course ha.» stretched a WfTi over the water cour.ne. with a scaii'Ilnc at either side of the brook holding the net Again there la need for a local Solomon to settle the disputes which arise when a play-

first place In the Americ.m LeaRue two out In the first Inning, kept here, t
HOML-HUN STANOING

ReMriier

M

'

of

that way. There are places wliere the penalty does not .vem fair, but certainly, nnle.ss tJiere Ls a local rule which siat.es that the extent of that water hazard extends beyond the edge of the bank, "A" is given no permission to Uft the ball, except as the rules provide. Hie player should allow for aucb baaarda. if he cannot carry Oiam and place his ban weU out of danger, then he MMVId (May short of them. It is Ju^ as fair to him as to his opponent or fellow-competitor, who must accept the same penalty If hLs

er's

S

'

The Rule*

ooty

for

mnol v

and

of stroke

baU from behind where you lifted it, under paoaltf of two strokes. Once you cannot tee and play the ball between where It toy and the edge of the brook you maat go back aoroas the brook lo taa and play your ball. '

fragrant

11.

lit

F

Cainphrll, S74,

» water hazard. But players oompetltkm marked tbe aaoond aometlmes drive their hall.s either week's play in the Olymple Mixed Bowling League, which Just short of the hazard or Just Plvepln over it, in neither ca.se being able played their .second week s fixture to t*k*« their stance becaii.s* of the at the Olympic Alleys. Wedne.sday almost i)eri)endlciilar clay b«nk.s of eM iiiiiK II ;. 1', '.If the best ."ilngle tlie creek. The "extent" of that game .scf>re for the vKirnen went to hazard Is ft oaoBtaBt ggiMa Of argu- Miss A. Chesworth, rolling for Woolment. worth's team, when she finished her Here la a aangia af tba argu- third game with five strikes In a ment: "A" sa)«: My baU has crossed row for a total of S19. Ftank Morthe water haaard, but It lies too gan, playing lead-off for Spencers, close to the bank to permit me to was high for the men. wlUi 332. Mrs take my stance and play In the R MacKen/.ie rolled 661 for her direction of tJie hole. Therefore. I three-Kiitue total, which was hlp;h .should be permitted to lift that ball for the women, and R. W. MacKonand drop it .so that I ran take a zle had 7o4, which was the hiKh sin nee, but having already crossed three games for the men. Spenlie water hasard. I abould not be cers roiled the highest sln^ game re(|iiired to again play over it. X of 1,080 and atoo tbe should be allowed to drop oqr fenll tagk tcaoi three-game total of 2,003. on the side of tba taook vMob lite team standlnga altar two It baa. weeks of play are: Won Rla oppanenl object.s B says: You must

• imI

1

S.HT.

keen Mr<

W

•«.

.

Llndley. IS3. Mlu K White, Vyp, 448. A. Sedirman. 578

AT OLYMPIC AUJETS

oeorae,

coimI

'

.

twa or tbMO fairways which

Ym

,

Mtf

are whoae players will wcloome this.

IredteJ;

:

* OhlM definition of a has- Total. 47B Beiiii'* Cofle* 8h*9>-A. Btnn. 140: R. ard. In tba Buloi of OoU, wblch Ohrtstopbtr 331: J WUaoo. lot: R. MUMHite atataa: "It la Ib9 of tba au- •3 Kemp, SIS; C. McLenan, BM; c' Mynott, Total. 473. P 54« Burke 400. Total. 3,M1. khorltlea In charge ct a course acRinky Dlnki won two. .sprnrrr* Frank Uorsan, Mi; MUo J. curately to define the extent of the Bradford. SSO: T«il NelMin. Hir MlM Pall Mmll 8 127: A. P. RutCblBSOB, SSI: hazard," will be hailed with joy by n^•^^, 134. J Plllll^. 113 low asoit. H; Mtw L. wimsb MS; OBrte aeiway, ue. Total, S.ttS. the players on many golf courses handicap. »4 Toiai 534. Spencer* won three ColonUt Compel D Olarkt. Ill: H In Canada. Pickup, U&: H Bucklf. (1; A. Aad«r*on. HallB-OI*B- P Wllllamn. 491 ToUl. Ml. Two courses In particular there ISli MIsi M O^hirtrt t SS. The amended

On one very beautiful couraa In the BMt tbara Is a braok running across

eniietnen

P

8.1:

ToUl, 537. WeeHrorUU A. Oboiworth. SSt; D The DkllT Colonlit—W. NorrU. 1(1: J F Arnifin 4KH O BurHouih. Ill w nuun. Ms aswla 13a. Bl»rk«t(X k 41(1 SU-: ton, cif a. ".07 Total, SMk W. Vouhill. US rernwovd Klah a Cblpa-f. Henderson, Colonist won three. •IS: A. Warkarton. MS: P. Porrootor. 4«i: Total. r*rtrr't KinkT ninki — Kowell, Hi: a MODooeal. Ul; V. aoblsr. Ma iten.

AIRDRIEONIANS TO STAY IN SCOTTISH FIRST DIVISION

*

tonight aa fonowa:

4,

,

Street

..t;

Portsmouth J. Gilfillan, goal; J. Mackie and W. Smith, Aihti and Captain D. Thackeray,* halfbacks; J. Nichol, backs; K. Worrail J. Smith, S«m Woddla, J. EaaaoB and S. Rutherford, forwards.

EmprCM HoUl

Ross likewise are .scheduled to reach York next week to start training for a fifteen-round match in the Garden bowl May at that rivals the intaraat In tte hmvyvwlgbt title

Flat-

of

"

STAPIOTt. A^l^ H 16 (eP).~Tlig twms Cop ftial, teiawfow, wot« gglaeted

Marionette Ubrarlaa

Heavyweight New

Crown Confidenl

T

for the Bnfligli

Wooiworttia

Both Jimmy McLamin and Barney

Snith, Ltd.

Y.ifrs

,,;

Manchoator Chy^B. Swift, ^al; L. H. Bamatt and W. Dale, backs; M. Biishv, C;i|)t.nn S. Cowan and J. Bray, halfbacks; £. £. Toseland, Bob MarahaU, Sam Tilaon, Alec Hard and Iraia Brook, forwarda.

Ton Oant Kid TovraaU.

Nast:

WEMBLIT

with Beaton a long baseline drive that brought In two runa, Berger slammed a two-bagger against tbe cantraflekl

aod VOBl «n

&

6U

Manager Joe Cronln. harraased by screen, seoring tbe winning ran for OLASOOW. Apra (OP>.— weak aUsk work and noBa>tooeT: with Third lAiiaik for the Batterie.s Weiland. H. Joiinson, game of the serlaa. ^ tion al
Haw Teanu WUl Line Dp for EngUsh

_

BAER WILL

Lhelr game here, today,

of

.Su.x

Price

L'hie

v^

niiiK-s

Youiik iiieii'i bottoms; also

COAST LEAGUE

1

1

Red

Mng jmn

WaadaNn

HAT

9

and XBak^T. the second. 8 to 2. Manager Street, of the Missions, senators Whip Sex ordered his pitcher, n.sbome. to pass WA0HZNOTON, April (AF).- Hunt, of Seattle, in ordti to pitch Tht faltering American League to Pred Berger in the f^rst game Box. champions came to life with a bar- Andy Harrington, of .scatii. had Near bii.se hlUs in the flnst In- just tied the score at thiee .i.: 'h

ii

Gicys and fawns 22-lnch regular wldtba. Styles.

ffffTlTfr*.

M

AirtOBMMle Club has paridar «aoe for 2,soo

by bright ean and MO motorbuaei. apeclal Here's Jim JefWet. Former World's HeavywriKhi Champion. Kfejiing in the Pink of Condition by Kam h, l,f'.r built up tralna from all parta «f tht klx«doin ing" Bot)l>v. the World Champion High Jumping l.'ingl.oiii 7 hey're Sparrinj^ mtier cut- win nin dh^ to the stadltnn. Burbank, CaL The Ex-Titleholder Say !t> N,. Fun Whrn Bobhy I .nds a H.,:.i Hl,,w

ting and rollliu thi.s nfUTnoon, the rOBTS TAVOKI I KS pitch u as in |>fifiTt condit 111 Portamouth U favorite la the bet- within tw» dub-knttfiB of an imWlillf myriad.'^ I'f pi cjihi hH* uls hii ting, but only by slight odds. The raovaUa Matroettan, and the player tx't-ii playcT.s ha'. going or. the City were beaten In the final laat woutd ba pomltted to Uf t and drop SOlflnc and taking thum-' eu.s\ all year by Sverton. Before that they within two elub-Iengths, but not Tba OUa baa been at South- had gained the final round only nearer the lir^e Ifnvvfvrr since the port and ll» etver twlDi. tlMlr ooU Tletory hazard i.s behind him, u iiiu.st be ago Botton thlrtr remembered that the ball mu.st be Fortamooth la maklat Iti aaoond ap- dropped not nearer tlie hole The If favorable Hlalpearmaoe la the flnaL Bolton Wan- plajei woiild either have to rettend the match, Iderert beat them five years ago. crofts the hazard to drop his ball without penalty, or a sufficient disfight Prlmo OvMira for tlaa heavy- tance to either side would bring him weight flhamplciiiWp Imn June 14. "not nearer the hole" as required Johnaton dlacovered Bair win ar- by the rule. Aipaln It would be wise rive here Mbnday and that he Is In for tba playar wbo la not certain of being aUa to carry to aafaty beyond fine condition. the baaaxd to play abort and aafe.

we^

,

Ailc::

,u,:|

Flaiaal Troiaars

2

Uiown, Uar-

The Mlsalons split a doubleheader at Seattle Thuraday, loaing M.ihalcv, CaMiaraUa the first game. 3 to 4, ai^ winning .2

^'ork Haitene.-i

Bom

nit

•maftd

.^14 V

i.isktt.

£MU

Men's

R

Syracime Batt«n&s

Pbooa

641 Yaiaa St.

cuse. 0-8, ta a twalve-lanlag nma, today. Baddy LnpH. Bad Wing catebar, aingled to aeara OraMroa In the twelfth to beat tba Oblate. H. X. Roche.ster 8 18 3

R. B. B. 3 g 0^

New

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run. J'hlludelphla

UyM i^M ^ cake

Ujm

Uan

t» attend. April periods

meat

—Joe


rell and LewLs. .Muttlngly, when ha walloped a double to send Bloomer and c:ronin m "Pinky- agglaa vltti the toning

Hatiii

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rparalioivs

pi

AprU

Cascarella, Llie AUilellcs' rookie hurlet Irom Jei.sey City, and l-'iaiik Haye.s. the nineteen -yrar-old .sand lot cau'her < ombined to give Philadelphia a 3 vidovy aiar Mev Vankowi today. Hayes broke a 3-3 tie In the ninth

wu.s a liive of actlv-

Hs

Ii^lay,

t'linli.^h

lii-hiili

Ma* oAWtflt

KENT'S

Ub

rmw Bctw^ea PttrliiiMiiidi and Sfaaeliefter Qty Hii Majesty tO Atlcod )f WKMBLXY

Fron

Joe CMcareHa Ptedm Madwen to Fine 5-2 Vlf torjr—-Senaton Whip Red Sox-—Cincinnati * Stop Wimdng Streali of CbIm

GmI Hnnig WlH Be Om Hand fotr Ffaial Tomor-



RADIOS

New York Yunkeas

Wembley

Classic at

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CANADA DESIGNED «

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NOMIL CONIHAmON

I^OR EASV Horseback Ridim^ OH iJOH
VflHDtNq illAILS

Bamhart and Oorgy tnaWtd

Baituaera Orlolea to aeolo a victory o«or Buffalo Blaons at tba opening ef Ihalr aeries, here, today. R. H.



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i

Batteries LL^enbee Wlneappkr Bamhart, Oordy and Grouse, Wa.
KM

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Wta^alOii B.T„ Aprfl . Bad WIngi went back

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Roettger featured Montreal's attack on Frank Coleman aa tbe Royals defeated Albany In tba Intcmatiooal B. H. ; g-1. a If 0 Albany i lo o Batteries Dudley and Stack;

apple,

1

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Coleman, nggrM^ dotting Bsd Lambert. oHoisa WMp BkBM RMTIMORB, April 30 (AP).— Twf ,:\ hlU by LUenbee, Wine-

•champ-

> T

It'i

going to be

auits.

Coma

Wcaa

far fualhjr

a

big aeaiion for grey

and s«c our big selection EngUah clothe that wear a long time IV epgily taUaggd Ib 1»m in

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THE DAILY

CQLQ^'IST, VICTORIA, B.C^

iilDAY,

l

AVRIL

VJ^

13 -rr

PORISMOIITH FAVORED TO 115,000 Expected To Watch Football

Keeps

Trim

in

Rookie Hurls

Battling Pugilistic Steer

To 3-2 Win Over

RADIOS

New York Yankeiis

Wembley

Classic at

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A's.

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for Final TomorWPW Between Port>^inontii end Manchester His Majesty to Attend If OtJ



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AMERICAN LEAGUE

NEW YORK, April 96 (AP).—Joa Athlottos' rookie huAsr tnm Jarssy Oitju aod Rank

.

csManUa. the

VVKMBLEY KTADHJM,

England

Ihe

otherwl.s^

Wales

of

I'rinc<'

will

The iitiidlum waa a hive of a/ liv£Mgllsh Ity, Uxluy AS preparatlom went Porlo- {QTward. Teleptaoow were Installed which the result will be flashed to London Ulocnpb hmtymrien If they eould sret Into the stadium, for tnmwnlMkm all vnr tb* world. BMldM til* MJMS bottlM ei tmr. 400WO [x rsons would sfv the great bottles ct minNorth ;uvd-.South clash bilween the thero will bo of milk. 300 }'oiiiiie\.-, and thf (';lv Thei e uere eral wttmB, 401 ix>unds of tea, 17,000 moat pl«c, 14,(hat many applicat loius for Ih kciA In f-'ort.Miiouth i^lone Hllotted 7 :>()*) KK) sandwU-hes. 10,000 liPOS fiic

^veon

Chp Ami nMwth and 4sy aftomooo

om

in

umJmmm

-

Prlmo Camera lor the heavyweight championship here June 14. Johnston discovered Baer will arrive here Muiidaf SMI Ibst bt ti in

tance to either side "not nearer the hole" as refiu!r«»d by the rule. Again it would be wi.se for the player who is not certain of b^ag able to carry to safety beyond the aaaaM to play short and srta.

flght

fine condition.

CARNISA WOBSnrO HABD '•"id better get in good .shape,"

iHlril

J

Cai:

tapr«M

Frrnwood lUaetrs Bapco

Complete

I

Fernwead Raiw»r»-V

aro no lonfor

a

couwu Bocrv I

SDOS OP A

nqritory to

»8quara Oardm.

WAXU

^ ... ... The amended deflnltlon

It cost aomotblnt over $30 in long'tflftanoo calls to track down the

w. YouhiU. lU.

Tolak

IColonlU won thre«. r*rter'« Unkv Dlnkt

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beat

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this

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for

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to 1 wa.s

The WUbraham

sovereigns,

E McDoessL

Mi

3.507.

distance,

nib

F. ywiaatai. 4eii Vletorta'a hlua-bloodad eanlnes at T. '* iniiw- aia rSSSL tbt TaooBUk dog show, which opened

Remember Wbeo

nm

third.

Eleven hor.ses

victory of

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April

26

m

bleachers in the final toning, today, driving to ptoflh- hitter "Sparky" Adams ahead of him to give Cincinnati a 5-4 victory and Chicago Cubs their first defeat of the season. Charlie Root went away in the asoood toning; aflw Ba kist control. R. H. E. Cincinnati . ........^ 5 8 1 Chicago 4 7 0 Batteriea Jotmsco, Banton and

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BOSTON.

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Zachary, pitching with all t,he cunn his years on the "'"h: learned "lound, got better of the youthful Emll "Dtitch" Leonard, today, and gave Boston Braves a 3-0 victory over Brooklyn XXidgars. It was Boaton'a fourth straight triumph. Ihe game was decided in the first Inning, when Buck Jordan walked and Wally Berger and Plnkv Whitney followed with doubles. R. H E What s happened, Oeorge?" she Brookljm 0 6 0 ked her husband, who had left Boston fl ... 2 1 the car to investigate. Batteries Leonard and Lopez; "Puncture," he said, briaHy. Zaehaiy and Spohrar. "You aught to hava baan on the PhBa Cease ta Ufa tooteut for this," was the helpful PRXLADaraiA. April 96 (AP)^ :waai1c. "You remember the guide After suffering seven consecutive deixramad you there was a fork in the feats in one of the most dismal road. starts of any campaign on record, the Phillies came through with their '



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victory of the .seaSQB,

New York

1-6 pouads, to the aaeond



Oam^

1

Seattle

2 8 0 les, In the second round of tha Batteries— Mitchell and Fltspal- scheduled ten -round main event. Caster and Bradbuiy.

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LOROOiC, Aprfl (OP).-Play. ing their last matdi before sautng for a tour of South Africa Mother weU, of the Scottish Football Iv-ague, defeated Clapton Orient, of the KnaILsh League, ."4-4. today. Motherwell

HOML-HUN STANDING 8v Um iwiBlaUd Press runa yooterday: Ookman,

Rome

Athletics. 1: Klein, Cubs, 1; Alien PhUlles. 1; Bottomley, Red, 1; v

la,st week finished .second in First Division Scottish League.

Davis. Cardinals, 1 The leaders Klein, Cubs, 4; Ott Giants, 3, Medwlck, OaidliMlit 3'

Bonura. White 8ox, League totals Ni

When the young man in the amazingly futuristic suit entered the railway carriage he created a distinct

stir

The

tbO

ATTENTION I

6.

can, 61 ; total. 74.

Tha

boy opprxsito hliii eyed him for a moment, then turned Impulsively to his father. "Who is he, daddy?" he asked chikiuhly. The father replied to an undertone; and the child hesiUted. Than, apparantly not satlsfled with the answer, he turned again. What la a slUy aas, daddy?" little

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Ethan Allen provided the wtonlng punch in the sixth. Just after the Olanta had tied the aoon for the aaaood tiaie. Be clouted one

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Seattle 4 12 2 round of a praltoUaary event on a Batteries Daglla, Osborne and bosdng programme here tonight. Duggan: Pllletu aad Bottarini. nreddle Steele, IM l-.. pmmds. Second h. R. e. Tacoma. scored a kncK koui over .Joe Mi.s.sionfl Cardoea, 159 1-2 pounds. Los Ange8 13

nett

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of nad Pltarinnoaa' pitches into the left M6a6B6ai for a home run. R. H E

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defeated Albany in the Inter': League, today, 6-1. R. U. E. Montreal ....^ »^ • 16 6 Albany ... 1 16 6 Batteriea DDdRy and Stack;

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April 26 (AP).

Red Wings went back

into first place in the International

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accepted. But If to the eeantliat that played, then It wonM

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yastorday. grand sweep was made by those local owners who sent their Cmpraas Hatel— J Christopher, 331: 3. Ktmr. SM E MrLrllsn. SS8 c. Mynott, dogs across the Sound and the honors won bear eloquent testimony to MS: P. Burke. 4M. Total, 3,311 eMMots-mak ICorsan. 8S4: uim J the superiority of the local doRs Bradford. MO: Mlai P. Rutchlaaon, »«3 over those from other points. To MlM L. Whytr. 818. OMrt* asdaai. fSO .J Wolfend*'ns pointer bitch. Spot, Total. 3.983 aponcort won tltrM. went the premier honors, easily capturing the laurels for the best aatla-OI«i-P. WinianM. ISI: lllu M lineier, U3. mim k whitf. sis. mim d pointer at the ihew. VFB, 4M: a. Srdiniiaii. 578 Tot»I, 3,565. won priaso In WohiltOOi*- P. Paulding. SRI Mr- A A CampboU. S74; Mrs. O. O. MsrKrnzie. 3S»: There is a move ^foot among the Mrs. MacKoBsle, Ml, R. W. Macaportsmcn of ^^otdria havtog hi Kei Total, ijm, lea tkraa. lew the organisation of a league for the protection of fish and game of Southern Vancouver Island. The promoters of this ..chemp contend that the club, which has been In existence for the past few years, has not been doing all it might to prev ent the extermination and to (Twenty-FI?a Tears Ago) nurse ttie stock of flsh and feathered game found In these parts. They The 2.000 gulnaaa stakes for en- claim that ths old organisation has tire colts and fUllaa fOaled In 1806 been a dead laMar tor aiany aaonths was at Newmaitot track. Sng- and they are anxious to bring anland, yastorday. and waa won by other toto beli« that will taka a King Edward's Mlnoru. The Ehike more active totofMl IB tha aaiMn of Portland's Phaleron was second referred to. and W. Raphael's Louis Vlers was reravootf

«lto

CANADIAN REQAHA TO BE STA6ED AT CATHERINES

Philadelphia

who

hi the water haaard, the player to parmltted to drop his bail in behind that hasard under penalty of one stroke. Tlien be would bo much better to plav cautiou.slv and thus avoid either being in the ha7j»rd or being so rlose to itj margin that ho f,,,d^ It impossible to play his next .Mroke in comfort. "TTiere Is another course With a water hay.nrd on one long hole, the hasard Jiwt being about nice distance to be caught by a fair second stroke. The committee In ehartc of the couna haa alretahad a wire net the walw eeone. with a _ at either side of the brook the net. Again there l.s need for a local .Solomon to settle the disputes which arise when a playT's hall Is so rUiKf to that ."scantling hat rannot l>o plaved The com a.s not defined the extent of the h.L'Hrd beyond stating that a ball may t,o( be played off the wins, ff If Is on the wire the penalty •

hf

brook to tee and

must accept the same penalty If his bell happens to finish tts journey in the same spot If. the ball land

flaaff

mlum

or

Plate of 300 four furlongs,

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ball.

The Rules of Oolf are Tory much that way. There are plaeaa itfiere the penalty does aot seem fair, but oertaiaiy. unleaa there Is a local rule which statea that the extent of that water haautl cwtends beyond the edge of the bank. "A i.s given no permission to lift the ball, except a.t the rules provide The player should allow for .Mich h«7jfrds. If he cnnnot carry tJiem ,u.d place his bail well out of flarit^er then he shoiil.t >i..rt p, of them. It is Just a.s fair to him as to his opponent

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waa won by Vale, with and Destination the tan stactin was Woelworthi A Ch*s»orth. 859 D Mr. Whttaey^ UBMvad. Btackstock, 43«; P. Arna
ML IMak

was Ininien.sely popular, although most of the pubUe money lies. It weeks of play ara: was on the hitherto vnbaataa BayHis opponent objects. "B" says: Won ardo. The farortta, hewerer. aavar • '.1 must play your baU as It lies, Spencere was dangereoB. Loato Vtora mads Ftrnwood Pieh 4t Chips 4 •••••••••• or Uke the penalty of stnrice and most of the nmntog, tat oaasing itaaaeeesaaeeeaeea distance for deeming It an unplayable balL Or In stroke play, you n^y Bft your ball, under Stroke Hala II, and either accept the penalty of stroke and dUtance or play the ball from behind where you lifted it, under penalty of two strokes. Since you cannot tec and play the ball between where it lay and the edge of the brook you must •

IrecJeJ/

to

quoted at 13 to

s» A warkarlM. «N: KowrlL

ITtmpl*. 131; TMnplcton. Ui; Port«r. i05 . of a haz- Total. 47». Bana'i CsffM 8h«»— A. Biaa. 14S: Golf, which Wilson. IM: R. MIlbufB, MSt lOW SSSfSi

RuK.s of the duly of the au- 83 Totnl. 472. Moines, la., and relieve the bioo hnrr le iii lnr. 113 Baer wa.s due here two days ago the players OO handicap. S4. Total S34. aMBf POit The Garden's boxing manager hadn't la fi fiw^/i* CaloaUt CMMt D. OUrk*. 113: H. " * lift: H. Buaklo. II: A. ht riVMd to Two courses In partlenlar there Ptekup. Chlalatt, SS. iru o. CI TeUl. MS. I two. Ooawos are whose players w ill welcome thi.s. On one very beautiful course In tho AT OLYMPIC ALLEYS East there i.s a brook running across two or three fairways which Is, of Some excellent scores and keen cour*-, a water hazard. But players competition marked the second jjomeliines drive their balls either week's play in the Olympic Mixed Just short of the hasard or just Plvepln Bowling League, which over It, in neither case being able played their second week's fixture to take their stance because of the at the Olympic Alloys, Wednesday almost perpendhwilar elay banks of evening. Honors for the best single •ha creek. Tha "mtm^ of that game score for the women went to hanrd la a aaartaai atona rr- of i.OfiO and also the should be allowed to drop mv bail hlRii i: '.rce-Kanie totnl of 2.983. on the side of the brook ou which The team standings after two Isather-lucflnff

T on

Hrwett.

third.

itnn.

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3»8; R Bpthril. r.J'S. S4ft, low icore, 444. Total. 3.414 MtorlMMMw— N, Phlppi. 553. E 4TS! >. Walton, 4M; E. Anre*.

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out Of the dip. Mlnoru drew away

and won easily. Two lengths and a half separated the .second and 1 third horses. Bayardo was fourth. Wbdnaaday's The bettinfir was 4 to on Mlnoru,

Rennle,

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whereabouts and plans of Maximllllan Adelbert Baer. who Is about as easy to catch up with as John Dll-

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April 2H

tonniht as foUowa:

Portamouth—J.

Manchester City^E Swift, goal; L. H, Barnett and W. Daft, backa; M. Busby, Captain S. Cowan and J. Bray, halfbacka; B. B. Toaaland. Bob Marshall, Sam Tilson, Alec Haftf and Iraia Braok, forwarda.

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WDWAKD

By AitO<

NSW YORK,

You

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shoutM over the telephone.

"That Canieru up In tbO Maine woods workUig hard." "He might Just as well save his "I'm strength," Baer yelled back. going to smack him flatter 'n a table doth In about Ave rounds." Both Jimmy licliamin and Barney Ross likewise are scheduled to reach New York next week to start training for a fifteen-round mateh in the Garden bowl May 28 that rivals the interest la tb* bMi]rvat|kl title match.

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The Mi&slonii split a double1 • 0 .„.., S 1 header at Seattle Thursday, losing Price t Ltd. Batteries -y Mahafey, Oaaearella the first game, S to 4, and winning 614 Yatcf Street and Haye.-^ a;!< and Dickey the second, 6 to X Manager Street, of tha lOsalons. Mcuators Whip Hox ordered his pitcher, Osborne, to pa.ss WA.SHINGTON, AprU 26 (AP).— Hunt, of Seattle, In order to pitch The faltering Amarieaa Laague to Pred Berger in the first game champions came to Ufa with a bar- Andy HarrliiKton. ol Seattle, had rage of baaa hits In the first in- Just tied the .score at three-all with IN nings of their paoM with Boston a long ba.sellne drive that brought OlViSIOAi Red Sox here, tadap, and went on in t wo runs. Berger slammed a to win, 10-7. two -bagger against the oentrefleld Manager Joe Croinn. hai!a.s.sed by screen, scoring the winning run for GLASGOW. AprU 38 (CP).— *t i(K .stick work and none-too-good the Indians. This was tba third Queen of South and Ali drleonlaaa ihing ever since the season straight ,>. Tietory for BMnaaa MDatte, played a 1-1 Ue in the First Diviopened, wore aKuoad grin aa his resion of the Scottish Football League, ta dlok. A ffpa-raa attadk in the Ibat to- today. The point galiisd wUl kaap wob^ down ning and one more counter In the the Alrdiia ahdb T 11 S sixth brought Hollywood a 6 to S to the BaoQOd DtfMen. wwat Wash ington -- . -10 15 i victory at Portland tn tSa Ifienlng that can happen to them Is a tie with nird Lanark for the demoBatteries—WMlaad, H. Johnson, game of the series. • tion along with Cowdenbeath. AlrWalberg, Penn>>ck and Perrell; drie has a shade better goal avWeaver, Russeli and Berg. AU aC Hartland's runs were made erage than Third Lanark ta tha sixth inning, whe§ the At the same time the point for DETROIT, April 2« (AP).—De- Beavers batted around H:,aii who Queen of South put that club intO troit's Tigers Jumped back Into the replaced Wilson lor I'ortlHiid, with a tie with Celtic for third place* first place in the American League two out in the flr.s; inninK. kept here, today. trlmminK the White Sox, the stars In leash most of the way. 3-1, with the help of Hank OreenOakland won at Ban Prancusco, berR's bat and Vic Sorrells mlRhty 8 to 4. in a game that saw Leroy arm. R. h. E Hermann, Seals' star right-hander, Chicago 1 ft 1 defeated and driven fkov tha boa St. Detroit . n. 3 6 1 for tha Ihrst tima thto asaaon. Batteriea Oaatoa. Wjrati and Jfitcholoas, Sacramento Shea, Huell; florraU aad OootaraM. hnilar, lata of the Chicago White TORONTO, AprU 28 (CP>.—The dorehmd at 8t Loula. rala. 9cm, held the clubbing Angels at Canadian As.soclntion of Amateur bay while his teammates sent J. Oarsmen ha.s announced Uiat th« NATIONAL LEAGUE Millard Camf>bcll to his first defeat Royal Canadian Henley regatta will PITT.SBURXiM. April 26 (AP). — of ttie season, 8 to 3, a( Los Angeles. be held this yeiir at St Catharines, whistling .seventh -inning home n.n R. H E July 26, 27 and 28. off the bat of Catcher Virgil Davis. Hacrair.ento 8 11 The programme will not vary from 2 wiUi two on base, ended a south- Los Angeles 3 8 3 that carried out last year except paws' pitching duel today and paved Batteries—Nicholas and Wlrts; J. that a quartsr-mlle daah for 14t« the way for St. Louis Cardinals to Campbdl aad O. OainpML pound single seullars wilt ka addid. win their saoend gaoM of the asaaon .«. B. 'I from Pttttegh, lO-l. R. E. HoilrMod • 16 a Portland St. Louis 10 16 5 ii 0 4 Hilly JTlnif Pittsburgh Batteries—Sullivan. Densm ore and 1 6 3 Batteries Ifallahan and V Davis; Basslsr; Wilson, Bryaa and Cox Blrkoler. Chagnon, Smith and VeltR H E at Oakland o «... 8 lo

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TLe Hi.yal A'lU-nni'ljiI.' r; ,b lias tiuii.s. Moie than IIMN aVi Wfi>r 2M)0 .irrHiiKed paikinn sihai pec ted t# attend. siMM tal Here's Jim Jeffrici. Former World's Heavyweight Champion, Kooping !• tfM April showera followed by bright CHi.s and 600 luotoi biLse.v, Ptak of Condition by "BoxPMiiods ot sunshine have built up traias from all parts of thf kiiiKdoni ing" Bobbjr, the. World Cbvoj^JtUfj^-Jumfing Lon«bor& ^andi, Noar Iff*^^ *9 tte tat splendidly, and alter cut- will run direct to th< m uiiuin. Ifa No CaL a Hard tlnc and rolling, this aftomooo, the rOBTS FAVOMTfiS pitch was In perfoot ocadltion Portamouth la favorite In the bet- within tw© rlub-Tengths of an imWhile BUfflatfs of pnparatloM are ting, but only bv slight ikLIr>.f movable ob.st! u< tloii, and Uie pla\er on. tlM i^laywi tavro boon City were beaten iti Uu tinu. islsL would hf (vrmitlcd to lift and drop I taklnc tlriass OMgr. aU yiar hy Evcrtoti Before that tlicy withm t\^o tlub-lengtlis, but not CMr baa ban al South- had gulned the flnaJ round only nearer the hole. However, since the pert aad .u.-r fli twtre their only vlrtory bc'ni/ ofttofTfttg hazard Is behind iiim. it mat be Boltnti Wnnderers thirty ye. lis uko, remembered that the ball most be KING MAY ATTEND i,. ;i:;.kinK Itis mm o,ni dropped not nearer the hole. The If the weather Is favorable Hislpearance In the ftnal. Bolton Wauplayer would either have to reApril 26 (CP).—The teams wlil attend the match, Idvren beat them yean orou ttie hasai^ to drop his ball f(M the Knj^iish Cup final, tomorrow, wars aalactad without penalty, or sufficient dis-

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case, 6-5, In a twelve-inninK gmne. today. Buddy Lewis. Red whik eatabar, alogled to score crabtree Cte tvallth to baat tto chiefs

R. H. E Hayes, the nlaataaa-year-old sand2 6 11 lot catcher, combiaad to give PhUa- Rochester 2 deipiua a 3-2 victoiy OMr Msw Tork SyraciBe i 14 Batteries— Uska. y. Kown, UarVtinktt'j> today. Hayes broke a 2-2 tie in llie muili rei: and U' au Miittiptly, obambs, when he walloped a double to .send Uiooiuer and Crunin

Ai>Ml 2S (OP).— riie field of W. Wanbley gleamed like a billiard lable,

today, all set for the

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1933, Parkins Christian, the pnsent it a graphic picture of the United States gunboat Fulton, all that remained of the vessel alter VANCOUVER, April 26 'CP) many area.s acrcs-s magtetrata. waa out In a canoe fishsuddenly burst into iUmes in Chinese waters a montli ago. The fire swept through the small it attVartive to proe- With a o.sed of .Sw«disli, ing the nmalaa of tha Bovaty. pector.s and geologlst.s. but hitherto Mnnl.sh and other .Noithern £urocraft with lightning rapidity and soon touched off the ammunition stores. The crew escaped before He was using a water glass, a the lim- peajis eager to get tiome fron this took place in the pow lri vaults. Bo (lifll -ult of access that The crew was rescued by a Britiah dA'troyer that wooden box with a glass bottom, terrific detonations and coast, 8s. Canadian Fanner sailed Vltad time between "break-up" and saw that the currents had car- responded quid^jr to the 80S. calLPbotograph shpwe the iire
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of UngVwOawadtaw Ltd.

tr^

of Sldflndo mines on Bear Lake. "Gilbert LeBtne came to us and at auction recently for $12 000 by ful in securing t_he object. w.hJch stated he would like to prospect in the master, flrbl ofHter and chief proved to be a heavy brsM fitting r,.,<;t too engineer of the Finnush .Ss OIovsthis area, but It wm.M from the stem post ctf tha ship. We told

much money

U>

Kct

HE

'

A

l^orothyCameln

i

Ocean and Coastwise Movements

m

burg, a vl.sitor to tins port at the In Novankar tha latandm went him that as he wanted to ojien up time the fornwr Canadian Oovernthe country. If he would wait until meqi Merchant Marine vessel was out In two larga boata for another object, which thay found waa the we were KoluK lli I'li "lu of our offend for sale. BBTKTAN-Oloeay: BWtfe. Ushl! ae.U: Bounty's rudder. The wooden part lrl|>^ for fur.s or on other l)u.sine.s.5, imooth. 8ha la oommanrted by J. Oottle- is about half rotted away, but the it:PActiENA v,f would take hlui In ns far a.s we cioa4n seiilhMM. Uebt; ben, former first offloer on the three large, heavy bra-ss straps and 30 10. 00; licht iwell. went without any cost, and he Olovsburg, and her chief engineer bolts are In good condition, consldCARMAXaa— OlMr: calm: M.M: aiuMtti. would simply pay us for that part OAPl SXAia Ctaar: eatai ae.Mi Is another part owner. She willlering that they have lain under the smooth. of the run that was off our direct load grain and lumber and will en- .sea for .so many year.s. The men SWIPT8URX—Clenay: Meat, flight. On these terms LaBlne went .Jn with us and staked the Kldo- ter the coastwise service out of said that the keel of the ship could S3: llcht •well be seen, but they feaiad thM aand /ado radium and silver mlnee, and Finland.

Weather Report

Laaimghi Fi California Ports

Briiish Mails

'





bim aamal madnd oMn

|hi

thli area."

m now

URGE MONSTER

—'r^mmmm^=

m---

Piles Go Quick of euflawga

from

Bad

ander View Strarujo Object

w tatmal

at Close

Ranye

,

mlnlon

April

survey

Do-

,

•llliam J in the local har

vo.s.sel

Stewart aiuhorcd droolatlaa of the

2«.—The ^

The

M nummm —

EMMA

AtfXANOER

t

CAB

25c 25c PHONB GARDEN 4151

air over United States lines, mall nisy be posted two days Istrr thin thr dstes

•nd Japan. May Ai(»AlfOI and Ha waii.

Indicated.

WIST

aai

AprU

— MSOl

tIdSS

Marumm — nuem— iMMi

RUTH II.

PAoolo

Mat

eaUlavala,

May

dar,

aS.

oanienua.

i Ai

1

~

III

i>

iTawall.

M^v

AL.EXANI)EH

Japan.

m~......Lt.

AX.9M

gM am.

aaimnuRO ntMm Malls due Mnndsy. Wedrn«<1nr. Friday. 1

AWAimai

as

pM^

rcturnJiif, let^t

B«tcbarfg At 4iOO

lO: >r|

Ba

Vancouver

for

-ildniciit

Alica er Prlneaaa Charlotte loaraa Vietorla B«. Irodally for Seattle at 4 30 quol» arrives Victoria dn'.ly st « 8a. Princess NAMAIMO-VANCX>UVKR Baina will laava Ranalaa dallr. aaeapt Sunday, at t a.m. and S:1B p.m.i laavMi Vancouver dslly, except Sundsy. for Naand t 45 p m. Princess natmo at 10 a

am

If

June J: Rontkont. June « 'frSinEjrr nR.ANT MsMh r\n»r 4 p 3t. Dim at Tekotiama. Jane

'1

4

John

'\'r\nr\.

will

leave

Van

ii"Tnan. everr

r

ii

Priildr

OP OARAOa—MaUa

Mna

Dea

elOM

at

Takaliama 9mm» m Banskans. Jmm AT^TRAUA ARB RIW — ^'^T s.

ahaMT^. Jma loMi

n n Mar

r 3«

AORANGI-

pMu fiss*

flMlA

U:U MRS

m

(ria .

.

r

4pm.

WBRT OOABT—Prtneeaa

Victoria on the 1st. tltb II p m

(

hfirloUe

1.

close 33

i:.

I

ts

and

T,

ttM

Tracks (aci Metera ral ea

aa**«aa»«»*asaaaa*aaaaeeaaaeaaaaaeeB to • f ea • te* eeae ee •••aaoaaase IS siatit .««.*........«.. ,....«ft»... te .....a..... .»*.....«.....,.•• aaaT aalUa and .Mnl.ir

MMht)!

»«

mm

SIJM

I

h.ne

I

1

,

MIX

Ship by Truck!

laaqninna leavet and list of cacli

14

and aa and Jwaa

leaves

M

SO,

M

aad

4.

Pulfnrd

llsrbor

dsllr

except

m and 4pm OXJir IBLANDS — Pnneeaa Mart laavaa Ttelarla ararr Taaadar for Jaama filand. Plara Island. Port WaaUnaton. Oances Harbor. Msvnr t'Und. Oallaae > « m Island and Vsnronvfr •' VAI«COUVXR-AL,A8KA - frlnccaa North and Win leave TaaeeaTar far May MMnarp S aad JS. al • d sad

AUin

nesday at

a a

nOT6lUA



a

Stem Wheeler Rammed Pier^ Overturned and Sank

,

We

4

PORTLAND,

April

(AP)

26

— After

your hone or place of barinaai aad and cconoailcslly.

We

are inaured carriers, coveriag

all

sUpoMits from the

point

of pick up to point of deHvery. r;,n rr:

,

a

pier

Railroad bridge, today, the atcmwheel steamer Diamond O, of Portland, dril^jtad down tha Columbia River four miles, ovcrtumad, aad iBBk in about forty-five feet of water. Thk BCCkfcBIt WBt fipiT t ld by the owncra of the vessel. of the V;)nrouver

31

call at

tion qtiickly. aafeiy

S:

IS:

Phono

GSlsa

At Tsar iacvies DaQy «• AO PolBIs a. Vl

'

Nona 1

ei:.j'i\' r't\'

of die boat*a ertw

oil

barge Dirge

tiir 'lir

elo«»

r

InfufBd. All jiunpcd to aa w.is tofwlaf aa* flMMfid to

iver bantc.

Mm

The Diamond O wi was built in Portland DaDaa City, tha waa 111 faal loag aa4 ri

|

waa

-^tr^f.T.n sif

direct the barge to the

I

and Ms sad Mar • aad Mk

Laava i eeils Bar.,...

ajB.

VABirr dlBB la

BAY-FT;i.FOKD HARBOR rt Pack laaret Swart* Bay daUr aaaapt wi-
AprU

p.ak.

Sl.

Malls close 4 p.m.. ApMI

4

Mails

E 1177

I

aaaea.asaa (

ft

Yttkon and Mails

U: aMatp. Jnna it
(Juecn

I'caa*

A.UaeMlaa

SWARTZ

MaUa akyaJlwtar.^ll^l^ Mfc



May

»M.

WWRBaDAT BBSTKM

•len'h at

NOBTR IHildRO

Ban Praiwtaae>—MaOa n .» «i Welllna•

MsT

4:aa p.m.

Site

Chaaee Wltk««t RsMsS

to o'clock

MaUs due Bandar. WaBMdlat^ tiM

tt.

RvrtnfT. J MalU cJoae

t.

AlexAlsi-

Hi Baaskaac. J«na M.

p.m..

ft.M*

S:SS a.ai.

aaNBat

i

VANOOITVRR-QORRR CnABUyTTR B-

11:15 p.nL

It

m

Leave

Ruth Atexander or Dorothy aader will leave Vlcioria crary Wedneaday and Saturday at midnlabt fat California ports: the Ss Rmma Alexander. Ruth Alaxander or Dorothr Alexandrr will arrive at Victoria from Callfemis pnrt« cT»r» Mon dar aad Tbnradar arenina. beina due al

Malls eloaa

Tnknhama. Way

CT P«CR

Ms.

••eaaeaaaa*a*a«aet*aaaa**sefa

.

Monday

ander.

May

JAPAR-Matla

PSkRT

BAaT BXCBPT WBDNkSDAT .esve

r Prinre Rupert. B«. Prinr- rv<--.ra» Prince Rupert leaves Vi«n(o.,.rr i-.'ti alabt. at t o'clock, t r Not nth Britub Colnmbia palnta Bs rmiiis iravm Vancearar ararr Piidar evening, at t o'clock. t«t atawaft Ba CardtRs jafaaa Vance nver ararr .TBandBSt MP MBaa Rupert, at t p.aB.

for

couv^r st

ealtfama.

Msr

'oii.

VANCOUVER i&LAND COACH UN£S, LTD.

ar

LANDB—P- -Ince

-OUtforaia.

•"^•nehal.

J

dally

CALIFORNIA 8ERVICB—«a. Cmma

I

Cogcbca IsAve Depot at

tALTiPKING ISLAND 8BRVICB

seroi

MjH^n.linns May J». PRXBIDRRT JRPPSRSON ^alla riose 4 p.m.. May U Out at Tokehama. May as. hal. May St: Hoaakona. June or ASIA -Malls close 4 pm. Mlar 11. Du» at Yokohama. May JO.

RB-

Gulf Isiaods Ferry Co., Ltd.

Princess Alloa or Ba. Princeaa ObartotU •til leave Vancouver daily for Viatorla at 10:>0 a.m.. arrlTtna at Victoria at SiSO p m. maaaaa Blaakata at Pilnssts Jtan arriraa Vietorla dallr at 1 a.ii.i laavaa



8ATUBRA

AR» XAPAR

Dm

n m May f. fih»ii«i.«I^Biay

MAiTNOANTJl

:30

Priday. niindsy.

i

MAT,

:

'

1

am

m

pm

Traiupaemc UtaU

Lv.e:lft.pjn.—Ietor1a.j|r.l:aopm. Ar.« :38 pm. Lv. 6 3ft p.m.—Luxton. .Lt. 3 :00 p jn. Lv. 8 15 p.m. Ar. 7:lftpm.r-4ooka ..LY.8:lBpjn. Lv.7:S0pm.

ia>RIL 9.

ii

BCAVEB POINT. FlXPOaD BARBOB MaUa elaae Tupulsy. Btadar. Priday. ii h MSdS dna Sunr!Av V T:ta BJB.

,

SORTS ON THE ISLAND WILL BE INAUOURATBD BARLY IN MAY—WATCH FOR ANNOUNCXMBNTt.

BUTCBARTS OARDRNS-tUNDAY.

7 KS IS

{room you hate to let"

IS.

.

Mailt cloae Bundar. Wednesday. 11:15 p.m.: Tuesdaj, in 00 a m.

ORANTWapan, China and Mar M. aARTA wmik Raw Tark and way ports Mar IT.

i— 8UMMBK BXCUKSIONt TO

cabin in which he rests ire-breaking ma-

M

5:45 p m.. and a.m. and t 4S p

OAUARO. MATRB. FORT WAl Zr 1

PRESIDEIcr

hm D«ai m^mwmftt

tic

.

on

lrsv»» VanaMmt at 10 m VANCOOVSR-RORTnCRN BRli'UB CO LOMBIA — aa Prlaaaaa Adalalda leaves Vanconver avery Wadnaaday. at t p m

California.

S

Miiv 7H

UmiAT OMLT

11.

lives

ilupctlng :

Pri.iress

tw RtatR a

Malaa makes extra salUna trom Nanalma aatodavi onlr. at t:U ».» Oa aaadafa onlr> Princess Elaine laaraa RtBalma at

MaU

AORANoi-RawaU. rm.

r.T:lli

111

\

Coasting Craft

-

14*

ajn.

HriAN MARtT (VMiawim> Jaeaa ptha. Mnv 3"i FM M A AIJrXANDER — California.

:

If

alt-

Lm

York en May

tide.

pm

and AiKtrslla. Iter SS

SAT L HO AY ONLY

Ar.t:WajM. LT.f:l8ajn.

1

N

iiiii

in a 'coon a floating one,

n Orla

VICTORIA-BEATTI.E 8a Princess Alice or Sa Prlncaas Cbarlotu arrtvsa Victoria Prlncaas dall. from SaatUa at l:M p.m.

p.m.

Wadnaadsf.

7: It

Gulf l$land

t.



j^mnm WHWil -

Read Dp



-sail

m

Phlllpriii'*

nuTR

OAlL¥—CX( KPT SATVBOAY AND BDN^^V

..^

1

igloo,

AUca or Ba. Prtncaas Charlotte will leave Pietorla a« a:U P4a daUy fst faaooo*ar,

Victoria

in p m.

Monday.

to.

.

m

Friday, 7:1S a

MalU due Bundar.

~

1

about

'

MalM alaaa Taesdnr. MsOs da* Mondx OORAN rALUi

OkUMrala,

hl^

•ad at 4:SS pa. daOp

a*

PMIlPPlnM.

pm^^^JUMim

Moadai. TUSfldSf.

MaUs eloaa Monday. Priday. I:t0 MaUa doa Bandar. Pridar. 1:U BWAWnO:^ BAT

Mar •. PRESIDENT JETFERSON jKpan. China »ni1 Philippines. Mkv IJ RDTH ALEXANDER — California. May la. SANTA ROaa Raw York and way port*. May U EMMA AimCAllBMI nsiifai Hit May 10 EMPREJW or ASIA Philippines. May It. zxNionnr Mar tl. SANTA NfsT

close p m

S.

EMMA

Sooke and Jordan River

linier will

VIOTORIA-VANCODVKR — 8s

l.'S

t

XMPREM OF JAPAM

TO

'..4:90

i.s

ii.hM.ik.i

Vft«'iaii

wrapped up

'

ANTOX

RUTH

China »nd

Change of Schedule

:

1

DOROTHT AUBtAmMR

The Piers

Rltliet

before noon, at

a.m

MalU due Sunday.

SI.

April St.

Mar

7: IS

caufemia.

TO DIPART

HITS MAMD May S.

1

nANTAROSA—California. May t. DOROTHT ALBZAMOmi — CMMttBlS.

R*ad D«wn Lv.4 00 pm.—'QCctorla

Tlii.s

hl.s

|

wnv

STEWART AND fR».MI».R Malls close Monday. Friday, 110 p m.

31.

and PtiiUpgtaMa. AprO H.

at

and is .sci^eduled to Yokohama, her flr.si ix>rt

POINTS EAST OP QDICK STATION

PRBBIDKNT JACX80N — Japsa. China

smith: rva got a llttla attachment here for your wireless. NelgMMr: Tlianka tery much, Smith. Let's have a look at it. I'm always Interested in something new. Smith: Well. If.s Just a brick and a yard of n^e, and the river's the tamtag OB tha iltfil

arrive

P.ai« via Ksmlonp.t and Jasper Mails due Sunday. Turxday. Wednesday.

Friday.

SS.

— rhillpplnes.



tlie

Pre.sidcnt

o'clock,

frMap and via O.P.R. Bkatway ataaaart. t:M PA.i Monday. Thursday. Saturday.

3t.

sHnram—

RtTTR

port.s.

two hours

Jack.son will be here for

rieeJ—. tl:U

MODAViA^Untted Klnsif, Mar

cIom

6.



m

Malls

MrKTNLar

China snd Japan. M«y

May

EBVECT1V& TUBSDAY, MAY

idvcniineiit

4 for of call Mailt closa to p.m.. i». itth and list across the Paciflc, at 6 o'clock. at aaeb month for Ahou!.at. BHninrld. Crrpeacaa. Clayoquot. Clo-oose. Ecoole, EsThe freighter Harpasla arrived tcTtn Mat, RakaWla. KUdoo'an. Kruquot. Nootka. AlbaiBl. Port Ranfraw, alongside the assembly plant at OgPert Quean-s Cove. Tttm», Dal«tl«i On* 1:1S den Point early yesterday morning 8th. ittb p m Mlh «( aaafe aaaib to take on a cargo of lumber. lUng ax. Ecoola MalU doaa 10 p.ai.. Iltl aaab mmOb. Brother.s. who are agents for the and • a.m.. SSnd of aaeb month, far ship, expect to have her ready to Due I: IS p.m.. astb of Cantrs Island. shift from Victoria sometime today. aaeb month. MalU claaa • a.m. 3nd. I3tb and land aaeb ntpatk. aaeapt anndara far Ckipavuot. Rataran Point. Kakawla, Kyvnet and Toflno. Malls close t a m., (th. 18th and ]Ctb IN of each lootli. azecpt Busdaya for Cloaway at the ice three and four feet oosa and Port Raatraw. Arrival at the SAN FRANCISCO. April (CP). deep metropollR [allt eloaa t a m.. Thnnau aad fltlBtday for Bamfleld. Ecootot KBdMUW RSB of Britain waa In marks the tropical end of the skip* PORTLAND, 36 (AP).—The —The Kinpi a Mateo. Sechart and UelMlSl. CNN • PA. motorshlp Pacific Snterprlae, out- port here today on the flrst oenallBin per's cruise. Tuesday and Baturdar. He pulls his ooat eoUar (doaer she touched North Amerihas the MalU eloaa 11: it pjn.. Monday, and l:tt bound for London with general naok and haada back for p.m.. Prldara. for Holbara. Port Alice and cargo, went aground In the Columbia can Continent since leaving New about Ouatslna Due T a.m.. Tuesday and Fri- River, off Skamokawa, WaahlBften, York, January 8. on a world cruise. the Arctlo Ctrala. day A special reception was given Mailt eloaa 10 p.m.. lat of each mooUt. today. In d'n.se fog. Man at Door "Madam. I have Oaehalot. Dna 1:U p.m. an tha tth. The v\s.»:el (frounded liKhtly In when the liner, largest ship to visit and • a.m^ 9nd of each month, for .sand and wa.s believed not to have San Francl.sco. reached here la.st here the most effective in.sect powThe tug Portland night. 'Hie Ernpnr>,ss of BritaJn wllllder you—' been damaged. Lady: "I have absolutely no USB was dispatched to her assistance leave tomorrow for Los Angeles. Shipping man baUeved the motor then through the Panama Canal to for it ship would be freed easily ihortly Havana. The cruise tarmlnataa Inl U^n: "Qoodl Ihan Z'U take tha Bupaav ARiy pviLNTi

34

Mkr M. PRESIDENT

p.m.

4.

West Coast Mails

rullfornls.

Dowmnr AtmuuoMm —

a. BMntna op japan—Matu May

ALEXANDER

her way to the Philippines by

way of .Jaimn HJid Chinix American Mail Line tJs.

la Map

l:se P4B.. Apftt

or QOICS 8TATIOR Msna^Twaaap,

— PhUlppUMt. May

ChlnK. Japan and Hawaii, IT

On

(iENEaALLT Aprtt M.

JAMAICA

Northern Foints

OalUSraia.

,

May 39. EMPRESS OP CANADA

Awra ». 4 pjm..

HMT StataA VUi

IT.

SANT A ELENA—Oalllornia, May

4

(.

nil nils Miai ami

Ki

hu

California.

MMKAmmn —

Uf

T.

MIAOAXA



ux3iioon.-tiWM wsji— Map u. aAMTA a Wtm tmk aad way ports. Map le.

1.

INr)IF>

j

m

is

Australia.

May

r>oROTRr May IT.

bound.

COLUMBIA RIVER

California,

Mar 14; paaansBfT oraht—rwuppinM, ohina

SMnuBM o

as. p.m..

liw

Mrl..-,iii

Captain Baloom has been In tha M«)y Travdirt Wire- midst of ice floes as far baok as ha oares ta remember. The aephyr* TelnilioM to Greet Uka tacaaaea waflad abroad on anlea ummer day would intribaUy ba as FrtondtatSeR traat a nevarty to tha ridppar aa ' sub-RMo weather to beach Value of the wireless telepjlione at of tha Ptanoh Rlrlera. P hll oBophlcally, Captain Bai com .sea will be aptly demonstrated early next moii'h when tho two Austra- polnto out the life, as least iuus as lian-New /f:il,ii,,i Cui.Klian liners, given him a constitution Ju.st No siui- worof the Canadian Aii-ii i:,islan Line, tough as hts vessel. the Aorangi and Ni 1^.11,1 pass about shipper, he nevertheless f .sports a permanent complexion that would three days south ol Honolulu. On put to .shame any secured after the southbound Nlacim, which many month.s of exposure to the sailed tarn VaneouTar and Vlctoru stm^ tacrid rav.s in .Southern rltmea, wedaaaday la Hon. Ardidale ParkUKS8 HIS JOB hin, ICP., Australian PostmasterIea>hammai1ng Is Captain BaiOeneral, while on the northbound What Aorangi. due in Victoria and Van- cora'a job, and he likes it couver May 18, is Rt. Hon. Stanley to others would be one long headache, to him is the spice of life Tlie M. Bruce, former Australian Prime tougher the proposition the tnore he Minister and now high oommlailooer likes it. be It in the .st I.nwrenre for AnatraUa In London. River, the Belle Isle .Straits or HudDuring a telephone conversation son Bay. WMCh l8 being arrant^ed. tlie two When he ha.s completed the job Government officials will be able of hammerintr awav at the Ice in to exchange important gossip. Mr. the .St Lawrence between Quebec Parkhlll, who recently visited Eng- and Montreal, he turns hi.s .sinp laad and crossed Canada by Cana- about and proceeds down the Gulf dian Pacific Unes after atttndlntr ;of .St Lawrence on Icc patrol work. the International Poatal Oongreai at From there he moves to the Cairo, wm be able to flTe Ifr. Bruce Isle straitA to whack away at ttm valuable Information about condi- miniature icebergs. When comparatively warm weath tions and trends in the BrltLsh isles. Europe and North America, while er prevails In tha atralta. Captain Balcom pcoeaada to tha Polar Seas, "t'"^"" >'a"d. havlust so he wont get kmeeome for Au.stralta, will '"K the snow, loe and bllaaards. Up in be able to tell Mr. ParkhiU about the Hudson Bay he spends hi.1 matters at bsnM of to both Buflamers, still bundled up in his fur of them. coat, while other seafarers bask in More and more wireless telephone the sunshine of tropical waters. iB being u.sed by pa.s.sengers at .sea, IIKM*^ n\('K AGAIN wlreles.s officers of the Niagara The HudM>n Bay "Summer" stated, bu Hi( s,s men, diplomats and the McLean's master heads back government officials being by no again to the Oulf of 8t. ~ means the only paraons to take ad- By this time, of oouraa, tha vantage of this means to exchange Bummar haa eoma and gone, and messagee and Tlawa with paasangers Captain Baloom Unds himself iceon other ships or stations ashore. bound again. It's a perpetual round Tourists, they say. are not above of being Icebound with this skipper, Having calling each other up to chat In- for his job la never done escorted the last hardy tramp formally about this and that. steamer out of the gulf, it is time for the McLean to go to Quebec to help maintain ferry service between that city and I^vls A few week.s of this commuting through the ice. and Fraiu'is4'(t Captain Balcom .sets to breaking the Ice bridge between Quebec and . ^, iIt ^"^"^renl This usuaHy takes about LirUlSe ol one month of hard work hammering

San

Mar IS. SANTA aoaa-cnatntfa. May n. HEiAN MAKV (TaiMoever)—Japan ports. MRr 14 IXtON Clilim snd Jupiin. Mar M

Mar

.

,

ENTERPRISE ASHORE

Klntdom. Mav 10. oameraia.

nvTM

EMMA

«

Job

Britain Reaches

toeaoB.

7

ORACIA—UnlWM

Honolulu Mails 10.

aad

DOROTHY ALEXANDER —

May

BBK-BOm

S.

llet«aNa»

May 4. SANTA MMA^-Mew Tark aad war yetta. May S. cMPRXsa or and Japan. Mar T PACIPIO PRBBIDBNT— United XlasSoai, May T.

i

GRAY LINE

.

I

.

California,

S.

NARCMTA

HKM

Mailt close ll iS p m.. April 32. as. at mnd 10. and May

California. Plnlllpplne*.

EMMA AIAANDXR —

May

Plr.Ht

It.



i

t

!

Al

ALEXANT>ER

PRESIDENT JEPTTCRaON K -.ip.a .nrt j.p.n. m.t

Both

blood in

piles.

TH

tmvalan for iilaBd

SO p m.. (via

.

tomorrow afternoon.

April 30

Captain Land-strnm and bor today, and took on board two Officer Connolly, of the Pacific members of tlie I>epaj-ture Bay Bioveins are finhhw the bowel whU.s HUani.ship I.iiie.s Sb. Dorothy Alex- logical .Station .staff. J. P. TuUy and weak-the p<)rt.s almost dead. To aiuler, .'^tjiled when the liner docked end riles an Internal medicine mii.st tiere last evrninp tliat they had K. O. Hart. The former will Investigate the temperatures, chemical subbe used to .stinmlaie t)ip circulation .seen a great se.i mon.ster. resembling stltuents and currents off tha West Im«1 and restore h^' affected par'.s a serpent ju.st .south of O^iO FlatCoast of Yanoouver Island, and the I>r J a I^onliaiflf wa.s tile first tery, at noon, ye.st.erday. latter will study the plant and anito di.iCoi.er a real intern.il Pile remFirst Officer Connolly saw it first edv He railed hl.s prescription from the bridge when It wa* within mal life. The re.sult.s are expected Hoii) and prescribed it for ISO feet Of the ship Re got a dear to have a direct bearing on the 1.000 patients with the marvelous view Of it through Mnoeiilara, and knowledge of the movements of pilrecord of suocess in MO cases, and called Captain Landatrora. who chards, salmon and herring. ^then daddad araqr PUa sufferer acatehed It while Mr. Ooeaoily hur- The personnel of the staff of the William J. Stewart eoaaprlaaa sciiahouM bo aMa to gat rtod to get a camera. ^>UUata from thetar own druggist with They described It as a "muggy- enthts who will study the ocean looking thing with a head a.s large conditions off the West Coast of lltM jBoaay back guarantee. rasta time on external as a forty-gallon barrel." Both the Island, while the ve.s.sel is makor worry about an opera- officers stated thev had never .seen ing ILs scheduled oceanic survey. tion when MacParlane and Vancou- anything like it before It was ut- The William J. Stewart carrle.s the 'ver Drug Stores Invite every Pile terly unlike a whale, .shark, .seal or latest equipment for its work, inSiifT' rer to try HKM-ROID with sea lion, all of which they are more cluding a recording echo-sounding guarantee of nione\ -bnck if It does or ies.s familiar with. It had dis- instrument of the most modem jiol end Ihri; I'i no matter how npiH'rued befara tha aamaim was typo. itubboru the case?
the lower bowel causes

TT

I

rrOSH Ivcrrfl

«0 R

NANAIMO. ,

OSUm

Skipping Ciaiendar

Wm Coast Trip

Dorothy Alex-

Officei:? of Ss.

ISO

fiftjr

alaaa 1:M p.« and Mainland ports and forty tons ?L Piers eloaa 1:S0 v m May 4.
WASHINGTON

SB

uaru—Ben

montreaIj

Bringing

MOHTOtALM-Malla

aa.

April 3t

Malls close

Ua

itch-

bleeding or protruding piles Inc. 4iave learned that quick and per\% reUef oaa ooljr 1m

with

the Manx Muaaum authorltlee that tha niddar nlgbt ba dUpped from (BsUvan. 8pm. unl^u otticrwlie itktrd) A NOIiO- INDIAN Bound Tacoma, 500 Pltcaim to tha of Man. milr* (r
SEEN ON CmST Scii'titists Join Survey Ship for

I

Thousands

WireleMs Report

would cover it again. The suggestkm haa bean made by

Immediately great latereit was erekted to tliia hlfhly mlnaraMned

mm

I

Chilly

\m

the a:e

<

HELPED INVESTir.ATE

•on

Qt'LBEC- Apiil 3« (CP> - ESkilIlo^ have riothinK on Cupl \V J. Hali oin the Nova Scotian .skijiixT of

Um

g<'n-

have some sort

to

of loobreakor

N. Be MoLoon, Thrivoi

no* w

l'Tetcli<"r

and at hicf 'iltli ial.'. h-i ;Maiid

:-lan(!,

tlie

CipL Baloom,

>ei>-

SHIPSIfOUB

Christian was the bo'sun (after-

present time of the family.

h11

kablc

arrived late

TAUis

wards lieutenant), and got many of rrew at Douglas. Since the hl.^

Chr'..vt.lan

.She

HMS brimght

Ls

OaiUde, ITM-IOS.

eralloM.s of

ICEFIELDS

38

on tiiai

(

Mm from

tt£7 JMM A. IMhMtf- UeMvmr to UK lavlk; to

tttontiil rcpori

i

urduv Miiiipictlng a 17.000mile aoto flight around South

Mr. RlchMndMo reviewed opera- the mutiny was a Manxman named tions whkh oovw th» PMifle eoMt Pleteher Ohrlstlaa. a klnanan of OhrUtian Ovrwan, M.^ ftr In Brttlflh Oottunbta UMt tlM Yttkoo:

nfular mtvIm op and down to BoMT Laka mMI to Akboth ildw of BudMn's aJI the mlnlnf country Ainaajw, aeroai Manitoba. Ontario and QueIpff, today.
Alnrui

.

\ear 1789

ttie

!n

i

mutiny on

'Hie sU.rv of the

Mimm

todiiv

8M^

of

to inliid by the di.scovery of the rudder of that ^hlp ofT Pltcaiin I.sland. in the Pacific. The central figure in

Ivmcy of Canada In a difficult imd there UHA no question as IMO. _ df^WlimlpM.

nyMr

Praised her

for

tllght, Ijiura Ingalls wa.s hdiiu'

Figure Ni Mutiny Finds

pTMident of Canadian Almrays Proud of Safety >llrA Madb hy Company AnHiHting km D9»

TORK. April

(fPi

Cantrai

«f

Deio«r^|{Mit

LIKES HIS

For FUght to South Amoricm

1910 as the auBcmful

Island Freight Service, Ltd. fl4

OOKMOKANT tlUEf



1

!

I

Has a

GUILH

1$

Collecdon

Starfish

^9

OF THEFF Attempt

of

(

Jkvrtk 91 '^iliM,

w

Weminiop ai .Joiaoa In "Wonder IJai riayhoasc Two Alone."



.sUirrliiK

by a mipoad englnei a the

MmO

mm

«r

COLUMBIA BUOa TUSATRB itoac

family. Al can't play the piano He can^ read music. Dirk rend.v tniLslc well enouKh, but he doe.sn plav th# pi. UK) any better than Al doe.s In Wonder Bar they aie aduaKy rival acua-», and In the fUrn .stoi v rivals love. The picture is

induced

by liukan

Mukaa

aakl

la

ONt

prand

bis

flfd

Wmm

Vadce. California. CoUccts Starfish. •paciaMU. O ccapartoa.

Qmw

BMBOf wmdd bo

.V8i'l

made

the Kaa

now at the Playhouse Thetendw i«Ban< e powerful, elementol drama. Jeaa Bukar aad Toai aravn are featored al the batol «f a large with

LOCAL ACTORS

IN

deposits in Calgary banks for with

COMEDY TONIOHT IMays T.ead Tonight in

;t

named

partgr

ALL BRITISH CABARET

CABARET TOMORROW



SATURDAY AT NINE AT

The Belmont Cabaret has pre-

THE BELMONT nuuaiiTiiia or

lOBWABK.

Tletarla

pared an excellent all-Brltish floor for the danoe tomorrow night, wtatoh will feature lueh iMU-known

show

artists as Mlilam Schwabe. Anne IK Rockingham, Alaa Ktog and Arthtir

AMNE ROCKINGHAM, Sydney N VV ALAN KIN(.. Southend, bufland

Oroves.

,S

AKTIK K

Miss Rockingham has prepared a delightful waltz solo, while Miriam Schwabe will be R'hed upon to do her usual best In two specially prepared danoe nuinbeis, Alan King, t>v popular request, will .smg "Tell Me lonlghl, from the British pic-

<.K(l\i!:8t

ANO or Ol n.se. (

PriM and His 7-Piec« All-Canadiin Belmont Orchestra "A Show in Themselves"

Hm IncrMM

—But BOOK NOW

In PricM

•e

The

ture.

G7tS4

Lapitol Theatre

'Xtfi Fall

la i>rrsentfni(

aad tha Balmont title

Oichesira

t*fll

Artiiur of ihe

Love" on laanra the

in

tiie

song. I

1

FineComedr

uader an aidgament

ALL-BRITISH NIGHT AT

MDUAM

the

atre, deftly rolnglee

Maay

amounU

nvo^ti-

h<-

in

Uinlier,

Alone,"

when This

him (or a time because he (olaUnf •1,M6 on Febru- wanted cash to buy a bom*. lie Uter deposited U to two aipante (ated the pa/-kaK'<' ui in.> pi>< ki t ^tiid ary U. banks in Calganr. WON IN f(>iii,Hl (inly paper. Kusyk waa Informed by his counMukan s couriM-l admitted, for the Mukan Naut he won the mrvncy in McGrath Playrpi to Present "The purpose of obviatuiR necessity of a Chinese loilery In Winnipeg two sel he would recover about $600, the at shriae A tKlnglQC witaeues, that yean aco, and had carried it atxNit remainder being claimed by an un-

Hp

Mukan.

rulf

lion

a< '

i

Ob the Hipolnted day, Ktisyk laid he could not

ftld

.'^he

leading

McCoy

mammoth

instructed dtajn.

flr.M 1111

'I

I

stories— not rerenlly en

I

MONET DISAmABlD WttaoM

Cnloiii

short

musical draOMW With "V(.i,c 111 Uie Nigh!. uii.lt-r Charles he fllm is spectacular numbers, fa 'atljiti SOO C C"leii!Hn s direct beautiful glrie tato part, created now at the Columbia lluaUe. and etaged by Balby Beitoley. with music and lyrlce by Barry Wanm' PI.4I HOT'SE D<>.scrlb«d a.s a polgand Al Dubin. It te set amid th< IHh.^l'Kt naiitl\ human iHc«ay revelries of a Parisian nlyiii tuie that will luiKcr club, giving a peep into tlw back - long ui the memory of everyone life of the entertolneie. who .s»Acs it, aKO-Radk>'8 "Two

a

Mfllion to Auyto4ir> B^fk ctoltd h», too, Joined In tlM fnstm.

Mm to ntum

acted her

m

placed In a duti ol medicine and, after ramtffftl, was plMtilBKHt!fc'« coat. ill

love lyrics and for publication



wrap the money in new>He .said thf pHi
benaette

ytotof

Oelmrtbia dleeowery, spends her leisure hours writing

t

MakM

Je.m Parker.

slonal tiBtataC for IMe produetloa. Ai got his singing start as a wblih le tlia toto of aumy that ihLs choir boy in a synagog. his father uatta oenpeny bopea to prei>eut to being a oaator. Oiekl fliai aoag Tktoda aadlencea waa "Ctmf Jmm." toagM to ktoi

Uxik two $1 bills and placed them In a dish of medicine and, next day, produced |4 from the dlah.

and

"Voice In the Tim Mc-

In the picture, but never in a duet They are rival songsters

A. IC Bhp« «f the 9t Mi twwtf ymn' He Mtkl Mukaa dtmonstratcd how monry could be doubIM. He claimed the Rumanian

candl«.s were



Oof.

Bar," which comes to Uie l>oniUUi>n Theatre today Both of them .s;nK

Mvlnca.

TlirM

Lovelorn *

to

Coluniiis

WftU," etanrlm

b* told Jltdc* aiippwiwnBi

KoVk dwland Mukaa

FRiDAY

i

'

Al Jtolson and Dlek Powell appear together for the flr.st tiuif ini either stage or screen in ine yual National inusU-al drama, Woinier

flf stealing $1,795 JdbJi BTyxyk. fifty -tiuee- year (Jd Polr, in count v cotirt. here, to two and ooeyrar.s half In tttW WlMlnlBit0r

to pap
ft

Capitol— Lee Ttaoy to "AtfTloe

(OP).—

Ruman-

PenltoUUry. WaHfk ViBl Mltwli IB «onit

,k

On the Stage Kapire— HJdi}. Pinafore.*



tntn

Mm

AMUSEMENTS

"

Al Jelson Makes Fine r-oncbaik BrUUairt Mosteal Dkk to<

Money Chemically

;

'WONDER BAR' AT

IMM TODAY

Make

to

lit

At th e The atres starts Toda

Hears Strange Tale

Court

iiilr

"Be Mine Tonight." and Oroves will sing that ballad gay nlnetiee, The Mte «b

nylnff Ttapeie.'*

Tonight the Jame« MoOrath Players will pre.sent "Tlie Rotters," : that ,.iii(-a.shire plav. by H. F. Maitby. at the Bhrine Hall, for one night oaly. Aetod bf a speclaUy ctaoeen ooeipaagr, vlth Jamee MeOratli ptaytaf the dilef role, thle should prove a treat for all theatre-goers who enJoy a real comedy. It la a laagh frOBH beginning to end. This tale of a re.spectable family in a ."nnall cx)untry town, i.s a .splendid satire, and ha.s the added attraction of delightful Lancashire humor. It is a part in which it may be said that Jamee MoOrath nrels. AU the east haa entered teto the •spirit cf the play end It will be one of the beet entertainments seen in Vlatoria this year. Mrt»el Ridley, Alan King. Enid Cole, Betty Jennlng.s. Archie MacCorklndale, DoukIh-s PTIntofT, Muriel Thompson an
.

1

riNXf,

TODAY'

CAPITOL

ANN UA&DINQ In "EOAD TO BOMANCr*

nuor la TO LOTBLOBir

ADVICI

I

STARTS

TOMbllROW

OPEN AT

he Year 's Gayest Musieal

NOON

12

EDMUND LOWE ANN SOTIIF.RN MIKIAM JORDAN OKIQOKt KATOFP

T)ie country would be ok If the' people hadn't spent yesterday what they ivare fotog to aave had the

JXMFS M.(.R\TH

Tl.»

Whole cur

WW »• aiasiBs 'XM's yau la La**" "This Is

»hn pU>« Ihr i>«>l of 'i.hn riustM, J.F.. H t H*llh. . rorardr. "The B«tt«r," »i ihr -.i.ri.'r Aadlt.rl». tMilcht.

CMr

in

Aiiiit

Turn to the

CHICAGO FAN DANCER AT EMPIRE TOMORROW I

e

'

I

Once

.xhe

value

Wanr

me

1

MUSICAL REVUF AT CAPITOL TOMORROW

Lolonist

A(ls. Iisnntr jn

forget to

Bp

wanted

articles

investing a

few

can

xm, and cleverly

the

.s<

ucr'

The commercial

traveler entered provincial re.stauranl and orderi'l flr.sl cour.se of his meal After ta-stlnii a .spoonful he paUScd and recalled the wallrcM. ft

.soup for* the

"What he

eald.

FM BMEI H

wroQf

la

irtth thia aoup? appaaia to ha aalhlng

"It

£/j;

,1^

"Tliat

U what

.

U

uninto ready cash hv turn

South dealer. North aad Sooth 'volaenMe.

cents in a Cuioniit

FM DMCE humm

CruM Cmri And^

In the South hand and were ther-efore too weak to rehid vi he had no option but to bid three diamonds East and South iw^se^l »nd .»' the West, rather dlsgnmtled bidding had not reached dizzy heights and determined not to be bilked fnm a juet reward for hu pMftouB reetralnt. doubled. To aaake a bad eont'^a^ t worse, ,avi !s proof the South to make an atro* loas niisjdav On the ojienlnK >«d on the hand /

murs

^

0 Q

19

A)f

yoo Hundreds

results.

and South bid two diamonds trapping,

p*ssed

North did llkew;-^

T.

ft

M< liRA IH

JORN

UklUtT

r

i.tKillTOM.

IF"

IN

THE NlfiHr if9

""Blood WHfe oaoadt:

RANr Rorr

k

iiiddlng

West s

CLASSIFIED AD DEPARTMENT -

1

OPEN 8 A.M. TO 10 P.M.

Noith

and

feto

Over ooe

smM

ol the elected to btd

South pivin BOW two haarto Wait then figuratively smaehed Ua Spa aad paeeed. toeUng ore that the Mddtnt would proceed further

North s»

point was In « d'k
East dealer.

North-Cooth TuhMrable.

'

AbA ao

i
KICKS QET REtliTS WNE« HARD ENOUttH ttJON^X;,

4 Q Q

AftrU to

(CF>^r.

n «

4

1

fleers trtnk entjr

hl«

automobile and sev-

gallons of llqaor.

%



Ollbrrt

Toifiawf «n<1

Siilliitn'i

He

raised

Otwt«

%M.lPiMftra1 • l******

him

in jalL

TTiats

why

polioe

i.jokjag foi

him.

Ttv

EMPIIE THEATIE

• K 1

thif.

syaUcs would X><>>»I^J

TiaATB ra»«Mi

s trtol

and

ho'.dlnu.

with one diamond. trap, pace

spade, toMt paand.

AhM

score.

We.st.

ligain

FjiM

of course, does not lu.stlfv rr op^n ing the bidding evfn on .suaiii. ;oti At Xhof-r tables, iKXwever. where South tw .i Ai-d the so-called orthodot bidding methods, he opened the

The Daily Colonist "

t

Ol \( ii.i>oa

'

.

still

*

«

TIMMcCOY

not lead a tnaap wMMal toeversing the suits, which automatlc- ing his queen. Sooth aeored ataaty allv "erowd.s the bidding" and does poiate under ItowefU iretcm of not allow an early "sign off When scoring, whieh.theeonpared wKh the South bid one heart West sensibly SOO-polnt penalty incurred by his v'edded to trap aad therefore paawd expert competitors, was highly to await dafalopaieBta. lloith, of eatlefaetory. and duly reflected In couree, Md oae epade. But paeeed the final match-point

proved the most practical route to the market yoo nctde

PHONBE4U4,B4nS

t\Ul to

"VOICE

type, the purpose being to avoid recould

itad the classified colomas daily to get quick action and economy. They ate

la

"THE ROTTERS'"

t mni

OXUMBIA

ooe heart Thara la a growtaglaB- .spade was now led, and West reaJdeucy among the more advaaeed Ized that he must play the ace or players to bid a four-card major probably lose It Regardless of what before a five-card minor, especially lead he next made, the contract of when vulnerable, on handii of this two diamonds waa aeeurcd. since he

a clerk will help

Oar

Hhm

S «

pomta. SMha, howaver, who were eaaajr enough to handle the bidding to aueh a maaaar as to get no higher than two illaaiflnrts natAll of the expert players sitting urally made no such error In the In the South poetUaa. without explajr, and on a diamond lead by ception, opened the Mddtaf with Bsst promiTtly put up the aoe. A

Phone E4114 or £4115 Phone your ad in» word it to hring

I

Harr

S 9

$ AJ

\

JAMKH HoCiRATH PLAVtHS

RaiTAIM-a

^evaaa

«

All

r<>-nln>«

TONIGHT, AT 8:15

of the ace of clubs, a club cont ta| lion and a shift to tnimps by East, the'*' declarers could not resist the temptation of a "free" diamond finesse and thereafter Inevitably went down two trtcke for a loes of 800

10 4

KQ 6

97

•0#



i

4

e*

port

1

Want Ad.

r

l.i.t..uon of Sf nsatiotisl

the chef call* young

CidherUon

vs. TYRO The following hand, played In a recent Howell duplicate match, offers a etrlklng llhiatratloa o( the differenee to the antlwdi cspert and average playtra;

rXPERT

e

rrrscntiag

but water."

WcrWs Champim Ptdyer mi

me the Want Ads if

You

musical prodllCtloa Of the .scais satd it to combine ieen cycles two currr'nt Hollywood expose and the

first

CULBLRTSONonCOM RACT

you have something to sell property to tiadc or if yoo have lost something.

TOMORROW

STAltTS

a glgaatte awltan pMure studio Tjet's TtXL In Lare" ll Columbia s

um,"

ronvcni-

columns hundii (Is ot bargains (or sale or wanted, services offered or help needed. t

of

chli ken .son])," tlie Rirl replied ei'hoed "YounK chicken .';oup' Ann Sotheni. mu.Hlcal romedv a< "Never heard of It. Uvss. and Edmund Lowe, romantic the traveler leading man, are co-featured In the What does he mean?" "That was the water the egg» cohunMa nuiiloal, "Let's Fau In bolM la." tfia «hMi dpaaa toaMcroar aft

knows

ent

Don

by .storm with interpretation of the

iiiKliciices

ink

I

Hic

o\

t

her modem fan daaeo, aonJMntot paoe and beauty with lanaoaaaOMt has dellfhted Staee then thousands of audiences all ower the a country, bringing performance tJiat is unique through the u.se of iiiulfl-colored fans which throw I'k the spollightj? with d.'i/.zllng eflect iO|ps, enha ncing the grace of every anvaBMBl*

Ads the

Wmin

— Fey Wtiy

Pay Baker, intematlonally-famou fan dancer, will make her I4>pearance on the Empire Theatre stage the oapttol Theatre. Their for four days, commencing tomor stoiy la laU afalaat the haalriTwind At the CUucatco World Fair, row.

Want evcrvonr

lit n'RK

Salph Bellamy



km

Practically

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to

ti.ifid

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NAPOLEON AND UNCLE ELBY

TO THE LADIES •

VICTORIA; B.C, FRIDAV,

By

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that your first consideration I quite understand the lob ymi undertook Hut tliere Ls a poMlblllty t»mt the .vmie wclfarr your ciuld jlderatlon might tau-se vour hiLsband t« turn over a new leaf Tliey can't learn U to teach Kime men respomlbllity tt la Jaard ~^ hibit of a lifetime ran t lie brokfti immedlatel> InlhMnee OOUld be more Ukely t« make a gcxxl proMdfr knowledKe that a the Inve, and oat of a rillMMi lOftfV than a woman's than is »ny good in a man Ufa dciwndod on hto ovn efforta.

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be exactly the right monent for turning the tide of erants to take hts responslbllltlw aorlously.

and persuading your husband

UNHAPPY NOT RESPONSIBLJ; FOR BOV KRIEND'g PUOHT Dear Miss (Ik-

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M.^1JNHAPPY W. Unhappy, but you need not feel that you are tha eause of tha wlMla aoMUd tragedy. "The fact that, In a mamant of panic, you lost your head and wrote a note which mtiht waif ha?e hurt yotur flanca'a fadings, does not excuse his phngh« hhMWlf Into ui affair whleh brought hbn all his a painful

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Flat Top Office tyELL I-URNlSHiro~ROOM. close TO maaiaa or longer Deak 139 BIX MOOMS, EOOm f^anclna *.•.••••••«.•••••••••••••••• ^ Old or new floors. K t»ii. Somaaa Drlvai aaw Parliament Buildings. BOY J-UK BABY Vervelierr 341 ALK1PTION, DIvanette, Belleville. new Mattre** ONE A t30 MAN WHO 18 WILUNO I U'ANTEn i'.-Aths E ANNOUNCEMENT ....•••••««••••••««•••••••••• ssa fli«| month old. Two sinKer Machine* Box 8854. ulonut. I16.M and t2a In woik. and who has had previous 1 E'lrsamaklnr •aaaesaaae eta* GOLD BETTEH CLASS" Used Pumlture In the TBB MBWTON ADVERTISING AGBNCY ROOMS KITCHENETTE. VERANDA Worth-white opportunity HUREAU OF PCMININX Hir< f-' ratl^i'.kl ..•.«.........•...••••• 33 sales experience Setoiiii Hand «tpre That * D«ffer**»t — a:^o nsle bedroom. 1115 Prineeaa. A A. N urw m att« S6 tot itM ilaM type •( man with an oldKf*nt Furnii attendane*. Tr— adWea.' OO. PRICKS HIOHER THAN EVER—STODestablished, reliable local company Olve B5 Farms for Sal* da ru^the^ jeweler, SOS Port St.. near 4aB ffrenre.^ and any additional Information BUY QUaItTY MBATB-B. M ft UNDKN, corner Rockland ^Fur^ 834 Port St. MUSICAL INiTBiniBNVS Phaae BUST MAB1 01 n " M OWW Parma Wanted MUX/nORAPB URSE MEvioe r llin \(tO. lly ket. J H Mutt ea. dil Jahaaea. nlahsd, unfurnished, around floor oSS. Plat* aad Apartman: to Rent HEAtmpm, WILLIS PIANO. JU9r at flreplace, kitchenette, gas. all conveniences ANTED 54 DUB TO INCREASES IN ^ H A K 8 FX tl ND A TIO N~OA RM ENT8. new cost ^,^5o three years ago: a SSB Plata and Apartment* Wanted HATTKHUNFtTBNTSBKP 40 salea, we reauire the service >! m meal liiirKain for someone at tll)5. Easy •n OOEOON ST (V I Coach Ubis EMt.) Q1Q VANCOUVER CLEAN MODERATE .MkIp P\»r Sala—Mlacallancoua Chi,, la Plltiiu Ion. icini.', aimnged. %JJ.a rates. Walking distance. O 3393. 1631 REDFERN ST 4«D young men with neat appearance nntn SaialttBC. MS Tataa. 000 03734 BT. nonat combination, new tttta*. exeallaat furniture: near beach and park. »25 Ofl TOUNO lOOrS MOD^ /RENTS' BBLTS, BUGGY STRAPS. money We truat you g Write lor Monumental Worfca els hat fit. U.n Prtlabatdgf, I MS oom condltloa. for caah. See owner, 731 PUUIPBNTBR WANTS HOUSE OR BUILD- llaht, heat G .\057, 150 Government 8i' ''"wdars tadarl Nawtaa S4l^''»"'' ^ ' ,laraa attaps of aU klada: la gtock Muata •••• ••• _ or Plasard. ^''^soN arT'nmR room* "'on, I..," B. laa to wrack. Phone O 7058 iRieliaala atraat, Vie- LOck& XiOOK RBPAIR8 40E MVAX ,„o,irrn. SeMartln'a,"71S Yatea St Maalaal InatramaaU AND kbYs APARTMENTS. PUBNlBHib, TWO AND X\r»K-> 'H n $12 .^0 1916 Oak Bap 40h Wallar Kay Shop BARGAINS! SETS. SPEAKERS, ELIMI- GOLD REAL. LIVE CASH POlT^YOUR ttiree rcma. Crfp I14JS Mttraary BUak. Blaata. Bta ~ E 4713 BMaHi: oloaa Ava., s. ^rn room*, 11750. 1171 PWa M.. nalors. parts prices rut lo clear .vtock. ^* 20 Vs Maralas aad Oaavalaaeaal old gold and sliver. Spurswtn. 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Take advaataaa aaw ot ery Is yc^ir advance rent, tnod aardaiL 410 KaPBSt Poultry aBB UvdSlSSB ••••••••••••••• 43 thia wonderful opportunity to bava our T>REMIER VACUUM CLEANER ewiwe avw. Ava. ITIOX Printing A Publishing aiient. Tha OBoiUst tlon* wanted immediately, good cash Phone E mpire 0171 Co Ltd. rnuE latest model 1934 dictator P^ffa^jWtW. dap complete courao In halrdraaalast wbleb 1* L and repairs J. W. w. HIgham. HIgham PROFOBITIOM. OIM9. Tba Aauauary, BOMS.. Ml ^TTRACTIVE FURJL maatal modal. S lataat type tutaa. with aaa Board ...*.•••.••...••••• 47 offarad tor a abort time eoli al IM.00 J^UITS FROM 122 HIX-ROOM COTTAGE IN CITY tad tiadei. A 50. MADE TO MBASghort wave polica band. Sangatlonal value A«a. OBIENTAL RUGS 41 (reaular price t100 00>. aad Board Wanted «" Esquimau N«*»»l Road! atyle*. at I3S.I0. Easy terms arranged. Hudgon't Rankta, 714 Paa^^LD JOLD m^„*/'i;i,'i!,1 II VICTORIA IIMKriftraSINO COIXBOB dora"" Mtaatlona Wanted— Female ^ AFAKTiaOIT NORMANDIE ^ NICELY Phone E 0171 17 WASHING. REPAIRING. ZACHARY AL^ Bay Company, third floor. Maatlona Wanted— Mais OBTAIN RO.SE S VALUATION. .'U'H'ahed single and double suites t:LEAN REDEC(JRATED COTTAGE, van. native Armenian rug expert: 11.75— PERM ANr.NTa—ll.'l JeVClcr* V 40L Btorea. Rangea. Pumacaa SJCIBSORS AND TOQLB BXAEPBNBD 1114 WE8TINGHOUSE CONSOLE, LONG tor twenty years E 8284 Highest prlea* paid In beantlfully clean close in lojo Colllnson St, O lOdS. Wanes Key aticp. I4H Daoclaa. B4713 hlgfcm f itremet. Q till Bummer Resorts ••....*•.«•«•••••••.• 61 Halmta. iSc Finger wave, lie aatt Sic 3-.d »h^rt wave, laa 75; Pbllco long merchandise nr rash 1013 Gov't Street Marcels, dry. 15c Shampoo, tSe. 15 and short wave, tlS.M: l-tuba 1114 batTeacher* Wanted A FURNISIIED APARTMENT, 3 BED- A ""X ROOM BUNGALOW Suite 114. Woolworth Bldg. aPgtELLA POUBDATIOW OABUBMIVPUBLIC STrNnf:RAFnEan E 3641. NOBTM tery seu, $41: alaa aiaatria radlaa tor bire TUZKDO SUIT WANTED, SIZE Timber ••••••«•••• 74 ABOtTT w-'l-. 8 minute, from city. BtaT? >J olsa. tad lobatt BMl Pbaaa by week or lasalh. Aarooaoa'A im Govt. 76 O004S. To Exchange— Real Batata 44 Inches chest, must be cheap and ^PlyT3r.S.te'J!!!ilaa."«U'^»'' FOR FLOWER SHOP F^THBL SEYMl l(, ^(17 CAMPBELL St. O 4733. ' L^IVB "1 condition. 31 MANAOERE88 35SJ To Rent— Mlscellaneou* Box 6673, COlonlat. QUADRA FtiR. J Building. must be experienced P),one O 3411 Douglas AT THE TREBARTHA. 1046 VIEW- '^.aaae:ROOMS, Street Phone 65B between iio.oo Unfurnlthed Houses to Rent Seven -— roonu. (urnaca O ardan 3531. Authors' manuscrlpta. Uw B and 5 TED — PIPE THREAOma AND V\ STOCK, PLANTS. BTCl MB Unfurnished Rooms Wanted H"**' ••» »alue In and sarace: 1243 oacar; 135.00 aimi! -aaaral. StrlcUy confidenf $15 00 u p. Pireptoo< > cuitinc tool*, alio threadlns ataablae city. ^L'?^""**"!!? build ing, E 9726 bungalow, 1925 Ash St very ek Wanted—Female Help .•..•.>•••••••• 14 WANTED — OIRlT^ TO~A8818T IN "Worpb tn ink make pi BLBCTRIO SULPHATE OP AM- for caah. Phone G 3414. $21 00 Phone () 8041 II L M. houaework: must be able to do aome Wanted—Mala Help •••• — SBOB BBPAIBS monia, ATTRACTIVE for lawna, farm*, orchards, A»' _ Co miiE Ltd printed word is 10 Union Bldg. Wanted— Mlacellaneous .............. 41 cooking: sleep out. Phone B 7 33S. shrubs, gardens, areens, etc. 100 lbs of way to datanalna 13 Wsnted to Borrow of \x;HtLE YOU WAIT, YOUR BOLBi AXE BO Electric sulphate of ammonia Is e<)ual 42 POULTRY AND LIVESTOCK I,-«OR RENT 7 ROOM HOU8E. TO LEARN KAm- your endeavor. Let aa tba lUTPWT 70 U'ANTBD^nu; Wanted to Huy— Houac* ., St ' saved. Bob Bawkea' Shoo Baaalra In nitrogen to 4 000 lbs. good Stable manure. 117 per month. Apply OamerM in high class shop: caay handle your probleau. MOP" .mWAEPEi fUMmSKBD Inveatment Interestlnii tnlder and directloaa lot Uae Wanted to Real Msasaji OBlanlahsd I7B terms,dresslng, HATCHVUa FOGS aj^j^^yoance Alley, back of ^al&Bg" A'" * Sacurltleg cS. Ud^^im by the month. Box 8643. Colonist. » or aafnralatiad mmnm saRa \VWW on Bppiicuiion to B c. EJectrlo EiUlvay (two BaagaUBll) ba^anen 30 Broa d Street Phone Empire 6614 Wanted to Real Mlssiilanisad / CUSTOM HATCHING, Ic per egg. Let E 4932. 01 DouKlaa Street. THE OOLOKIBT 22 \A 'ANTEr>— EXPKRIENCED WUl Trade MILLINERY TBAVFI OPI'ORTCNITIES beta Ave., Tf'O* RWfr-A SMALL HOUSE IN VK »' maker and Irlminrr 13 Wood NU .State age. ex- 1211 Eraad Y FURNISHED FLAT 'li'X> M. 110. OR S FOR 360. G 1000. OKNl SAVE MONEY perience, etc I Apply Box 8471. Colonist J"«t off Dominion iHii HAVEL VIA UNIIED ii Halt* RAKES. Hay Pariicularly pleaaant: 5;,.^*^ Hardwara. 1410 OousUa St. Road. fi«^" IIO OO per month Phone o 5451 HI 8TAGE& Pare* from Seattle to Portpotlesaly clean E 8473. Prlatlas. 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OVER J?'N)~"* FRASER STRErTTESQUIMAI f ^'""«»t"*

— Three- room

MltoLiri

mant

.

ROOMS TO RENT

B.a Bardwara. Bo«

Head.

C'
Street

'?.^'*.'^ aiaoBbaaae.

'

fOOT AND LBO AOHBB

,ed

j

r 4054

ROOMS. CON-

STEVEN-ROOMED ED aOOOmi BOfMB. 4U Parry SI

I

SUIT

lovely dUtrlct. cen-

riifiuvi.rd,

1

J 1^

I J EE

O 77S3.

- FATUtO

1037

-^oMFoorrAvSr

AND AUToadATio oa burnbr;

»

I

Cook St, near Roeklaitd.

Ratae.

BRANTPORD

capacity:

^batoe daaganatratad at "^^rt

11

5SI8.

Walkin g distance.

.

JSOffl

RfXJK FOR ROOK Manure E 397J

PORTABLE

brr»ke

'

Hllif ( M.f

(I'N'i

FIVE

I

apartments, slltlng-room, dinlng-rootn w ic or two bedrooms G 5611

«



COOK —

905

8a
gardens, terraces

KixiM

«ii:k;n»

Di PLEX.

?.r::""v.aV," none K snl3

Low rent G 8366. COtTRT - UNPURNUniE

IIAMPTON

36.11

DOUGLAS— HOME COMFOR'TO

m otarata

mSB J.

OLBAIOK. COMFLm AT- and Uehmewu. vary Bttia aaad. Boa

XLI^BI^CK

a

1303


O 5,S64 o HOME OAS

Otm

AIKWAT

BAKERS'

town E

ONLY SLIOBTLY VtMD «fnBB OBOTE" 000 BARB. BOOU. WTTB A at arttbaal SMala Oak Bay aar

_!"«».•»» *hiu load, whlto alac „ . Caloutta Haaaad elL -Tba Staaaland Ltd.. 040 Fart Btreat ISM.

^

7

^OMFOBTABUI ROOM

refrigerators at sacrlflee prtcec. Theae must be sold lo make roaai for aaw JfVftPRT BLBOTKIO OO.. l/TD.. YATES. A«gnu for KaMaatot,

"

h^Tbmmo

HANDBAO.

.

on your aanltary requirements, sliavcreama. etc. Caah aales 8 30 to 30 Eneloaa Ic etamp for mall order cataMattaiua Raaulatua, 143 OranviUe. Vsaaaavar.

M ABSOLUTELY RBLIABLB — BCRIULL'S

8

HOUSE:

Bread Jordan Sooke oa \AK HAY, aEI ECT PART. NEAR BUS River Road Boat*, eabiaa. eta ' ' aii'l car Wviow. no children. Would C
a.

"

mpIre 7871 IC MAssr.l R

• and BMl^a. ^n. money »iS iSSl^^ ^1 aaa.

OST AT GARDEN FisTIVAI. f see. hy acout. br — ... Phone O

hoapltal

loot

I r I I

latua.

3

garage

from

Rd

/

p.m

ABAROAIN'

minutes Eairricld

C^RAIGMYLT'

aerials

50



R«n
Apply 1746 Kinas

B 39119"'*"' i^lX ROOM

tTNFUR modern

SITUATED;

fi40

looking nlshed suite

10MF0RTABLE ROOM AND

/ ^-z

alectrir 13 7.^

A TTENTION, OBMTLEMENI SAVE

railKi-

n"2ftrav.5i:t!r2^

BAfJK. PRIVATE ^HOTEL Rairs $3 00 dally. $12.80 weekly, $35 00 monthly and up. Including all meal* Pive minutes from centre of city Jerttt and farm produce from proprlslsrs farm. 818 Quadra St G 016S.

St,

Ing

touple: Elford 8t

T kEUGHTPULLT

CHERRY

->

ft

or

1.S05

ten

room and board.

ATReaaonabla

RANGE

IMS

ST.

0 1400.

Ba

APARTMENT:

Oorte

(A

FIHWtXiD 3643

$38 50.

slMS>

home'

Bh:..

Select

1361.

100

,

aU

Oak

al

SMALL

Indies

^

tral

1413 Oouslaa Bt

eondl. or altbaBt boardi tlon, ~ aboBt three wwekgOBTBOPATBIO PBTBIOIANS Apply 000 imaa cowichan Bakartaa. Cobble BID. B.C. T\H tntriNON m. TAYLOR. RSOtS- DRSMAlf on. BURNER, lll.SO. aow pARTT To SHARB A tlO.OO. furnished: J Ueroaed. 406 7 g 8elm..rt

Ml

l^ATHER

L^SIfi^"^*!?* a-' between Spencer talninc

home aad

6Sc

modern

AT

20IA tubea, 80c. new

Inner tube*.

Govt

and

park

^\

FIEI.D GLA.SSES. ( V

spectacla*.

$15.

oven. 170 loaf delivery

i-'.J""^

E 8ss«

Phone K 9112

tnruATioifs

aPPf'lntment

I

MBivri

iM

atodio.

DRWWgfNO

PRONE T.^XPEnrFNCTO

balldera,

O 3613 AV li^ABL* CARPENTER WANTS WORK day at aaatraet: raaaira. o aiaa

MONUMENTAL WOBXt Ainr

and CONTKACTOaa^

repelra

and asl IfWPItS. Delivery

JBNNIM'

Oataa

k.

335g

masaeur

15c,

tirei, 95c;

Aaronson

Bus K%f.i-j. res o 4s.%o MJLJOA, AXB.TJ>.. /^RAD SWFDF MASSEUR, H LOWBN-

7638.

IFALLFT. ACROBATIC, TAP ANd'hIOH^

ilouSBRAISnKI. CONCBataa. 0 7603.

;:.

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"I^"^LORENCE CLOUOH DANCE ACADEMY • All branches dancing taught E 3776

•.nn

professional

M~.£?°-.r-?fltl\»12:i La dy atlaadan t

BRAH

Eng.

BEBWimiO

LTD.. BB-

U

reds

lishlna

2-ft

4.5c

Dunlop

9Sc:

COOK

1017

heated aulia.

outlook, beautiful surroundings Very low rent Apply Munday'g ~ Store, 1203 Douilas St

RE YOU UhiKINO

A

MIBCBUJlNBOUa

LARM CLOCKS.

\I0I;ERN

0

FIVE-ROOI4

erate rent

^EW

front .uiU. heated. E 3033.

THREE Rf>OM

suite

HOME). NEAR THE -I'

IIJ.AIllE-

»

'

clearance at price* frooi a* lew aa 110. Hatt'a Hardwara.

«^<1

I

only

T

hrialil

OIL BURNER

G

.^'1

Sunny

lovely

GAUXDNS MILK

ROOM AMD BOARD

4

condltloa.

RANGES — bArGAIN

USED

*

'

wsterfront,

clocet.

,

g "

niahed

hay

EOF.

Haifa Hardware.

133 50.

hom«

1433.

*^ ** **** *

.

P*rt Street Fh„n, We Telegraph Fln»,ri

^HARMING

IIS3.

n

BURIfBR. OOOiperfect

coll.;

NEW BRIOHAM SEEatTHE work In the

FIRBT

"V^O,

l

BALLANTTlia MQtL.

GOOD HELL Three-room

007 Blau Avaaue.

8

\IODERN

issi

E04ta or O 6558 W D Mlchell. I2F Keating 10RAL COURT; BTBliT~COMPORT MEVEN ROOM HOUSE. LOVE BIRD BPECIALI THIS WEEK /vv_clo*e In: aaa vlaw. «S4 Slmeoa. B07I7. oaly. M.W pair. AH Ibird foeda 015 John-on Pt

Carters Stove Store, 832 Fort St, E3511

,

cl

at

TELEVISION - MALAHAT~>rB^MIlju~4-rr. BLABa 4SX

aludy

Vancouver,

I

'>o

Lady Atuadant

TO

5

vacant

APARTMENTS,

MIftrEMJtNEOUO

(y

I^-^AWCETT RANGE. STEEL TOp7 WARlT1

GROWTH. 4 rr 3 rtmus DOUOLAS Fl'FK (i8.S76, EOIU.$8 50 IVDI.INO. $3 PER CORD LOAD. DAL-

TT^IRST

lONAI.

Fprii,! rates.

lions

'

Fi

\

i

with

plete

A bargain

~

CORDWo^rD. B 07WL TUITION. AT ^ HOME IF DBBmoT -i' -ft,1 14 cord: GROWTH miUwnod. 12 E 8370 ITROENTI CARPENTmiNoTlCALBOMim atba. ata. »M1 Lee Ave.. ESiii. v>' ining^ Palnti na SHAWNIGAN DOUGLAS FtR WtKJD 13THOMSON FUNERAL HOME Low cba raea. B 4170 rPHB ROTAL BUSlNBBs"ooiZibitr~r5o6 ^''b- 1*2* mixed Inalde 13 75 Pwona Attaatlon lyiNO ON. CHINBBB -.i" 3 Government St 0 6016. E W Rarer BICFLOYMENT block. 15, cdwd. IS. blMUlaa 18 * V office, 174 Jehnaon Street. B SSI4. Sole agen t*. S.L LwatatCo OfilE AmiI or Oa? I 'ICTORTA Srtfooi. dP~EXPRE.S8ION. yoUtH (181, STRONG AND^WIU.INo" ^' rd, FTC.U, MR ST. WMOTrMDNE'Y SANDS MORTUARY, LTD. WiiniT farm work • no *'r?>- OOEp-I ntf Oarden 8625 Taken asricuHurai "'''* •••• Weed Ool. Alpha f'll.L Room and board onlv, until exStreet DiatlncUve Funeral Service la Oay Hew courae O 3314. perienced Box 8841 (Colonist Mattaary at Moderate cost MU8I0 CORD. OOLWOOD FIR MILL. K)- I>LOWRIOHTS — OUITAR. MANDOLIN * minlns: eji.rrlenrr f_taBtaMbaali 1110 Broad: B 4041. E S092 oe G 6837 ^^iBAiiinruB rLOWERS I>AINTINO AND PAI TRIi A.'^OING LOW nRYSTAlToARDEN^^ prices • Work auaranlee.) BANCINO a^t

1

The Heat Blioiv 03343 piR EDOINO.S. $2 25 PER CORD, c o D I Cameron Wrwid and Oal (n y 4135 cord

POwhat

GARBAGE

T^-^AWOBTT

13-

<

all xmiNi: day;

NEED woRK-Airrnniio

wheat, -

*

till

««t»tati naaoaabis ebarsa:

19^5*'

nal«

taloes,

have you'

Telephon

SPECIAL-4-rr

KINDLING.

lyiLL TRADE WOOD FOR SEED

EXPERT TREE WORK—DANOBBOOS tya'.

Inch. 15.

WILL TRADE

05023

Se each.

(good knowledge of radio) BSSSl. Room 308. YMCA. "

aad Obapal. Cor. Johncon Pbeaia

r 'CORDWOOD

/JOLLBOB STUDENT WANTS WORK

7679

R mpira

'coining "L^i'Li"'

FRBBK,

o

9963,

IFROADWAY COURT~443~8UPERl6ir

1

^oioD CURED TIMOTHY AND MIXED

»-C my

WANTED—

outalda,

C.

MaCALL BROS.

Tba

O

4SX

FULL

MALE J. ORBOO - HOUSB WINDOWS cleaned,

t-fi)

B

Garden

3614. 7*«3.

O ardan

lERSET COW,

>

:

street,

vary tentla.

E

1.

I>ARg'e, SUNNY APART I * meni, faclns filadacona Park (noth In* nlceri._ Apjily 1505 Elford E 0410.

CATTLE

l

atMUahod

— OOAT,

BALB



UniATION-s

Eieashton

L^OB r Btllkar.

n™r..?!''«''''J5 Douglas St. Phone

UNDEN-WELL

434

May

OEAUTIFUL.

btOWn

GOATS

tZE

.

a

H*

all Winter months I.arsS hatching eggs 5c each. E 1311.

OOURT,

heated. Vacant

Battlaa Tbaradaya

cent



Barlal Park.

AO. vmntiAL oo*

PboaaOliis.

ARGYLE

0001.

^

Cathedral by Very Rev Dean C 8 OlMnab iS?rj'7 B. and InUrment will be in coi-

ATWAEiya

CCM,

hatchlna.

B

St.

_

A SMALL FURNISHED -k

Victor lloblnaon.

B.

SWAM

1

FIVE-ROOS4 STUOOO BUNDtNEDIN STREET, BRIGHT IfODERN V"^ "^"""'f """r '''ow containing hardWOad floora. apartment 0_ TIIS. tiled bathroom, etc. on Aonerad waur* law?. glrd^n PLAT. GLAD- o2i.ie*-'Ve"'"'. Owner preferg to rent on lease For s! one Avenue. fur

1

VfTHITB WTANDOTTES. BLOOD TBBl^T vV WInfer layers Pullets laid 70 per

,

AGENTU — WB ARE

Christ

•»

X Cmtom

Q

ALL

BOMl.

St.

for meat and aatl. R R 1, Royal Oak rpiiE HATCHERY.

I

.

AND~aCALP

Carter'*

n'rlr»-k.

XSA

NOW

IS

IS

ALL

<^ Saturday.

corlea*

iS>

U^HAT

9 ^

Is

William

."''^:?."''"' In Chlcspo. UllnolN

Wabb.

SHOWGROUND

CITY C

8481

F.



and two sons. Robert and Bsrrelt Webb, at the family raaldenee: three sisters. Mrs Bddlntton. Of Hardlsty. Alt* Mrs William HInks. •I Jt* *"•'••. and Mrs, E Mrlnlosli, Of Vaacooyar: also three brothers, h b Webb, of New Westminster, BC H a Th* JL""'.';' the April

OUR

Delivered.

'

Ryall

Deceased

gravel, filling, rock.

'

April 36. at the Royal JubUee Hoapltai. Robert Russell Webb, aged fifty yaara: born In Prome. Somerset. Ent land, and a realdent of thi* city for the part flfUen years: late realdenee, 171«

Ann

Swaa

BABT CHICKS 20c TIGHT ^,,,r^." 28th > each. Ill IM, ready Saturday. Hatching eeig from aaw on. 17 per 100 blood tested gtock. Oar Buaaax are bred

SALE—SOIL, MANURE. CINDERS,

.^OR

1

la liallls fbr eraaaatlen.

survived

M

lake red,

Road.

Ejiqulnialt

1

open Call and see it at Layrlta NurIT' THAT PRODUCES victoria. B.C. aeries. Ltd 7r.O Fort, G 3733 wonderful and quick bene VraOLSTBBT results? la the _ qui UAUTY OLADIOU BULBS, 3Sc DOZ. question asked by •W A N T D «••»" !" the Miracle Mineral Water up. 80000. O. OaaAtap. Lake HtU. REThirty ol Tletorla'* Moat Basatlfal Olrl* and Miracle Beauty (Hay. If your drug- ptHESTBEVOU) SUITES MADE. expc covered T' moderate 40R BI CTCLBB gigt does not sell It. phone C. L. Behn for tha ABB MOTOBCTCLT* charge.s 'i'>2. Rodd, can. 1330 Houltain St. OREAT PAOBANT OP BBAUTT Phone BSS71 cabinet NEW COVENTRY EAGLE LIGIITto be held at A PALAIS DE DAN8I— May 32. 33 and 34 .^V. weight will iirovide you with the SIA IIAIKIH.'I AM, WOOD AND COAL cheape.st po.sslbIe transi'wi laiion ilfl8, on Many beautiful prises. Including a free BEAlJrV .sr. tl ALLS IS easy terms. R. Shanks At .Son'., 018 Fort trip to the World's Pair at Chicago. Write DRY NO I CORDWODO HI reet to Brat Uiataaea to manager. Paiala de v'«';g;«e»''*'>-«"^«» >» »^~^>~^^^^^^w..^.>^ ABSOLUTELY splitting, first growth fir 12Daaaa. no DaOaa Road, victoria. " OO, BONAT WAVE. 15: ALSO i Inch easy A leniths. 15 75 cord, 4-foot $4.50 cord HICYCLE8— 113,50 TO $23 iO, DUNLOP -^a. wavea Paelala. halreuttlng, halreutttna etc. ai,. u..i Marie sawn. 7.^c While labor ie,.-JifJ**a£f'i*'^ E 2329. tlreg. Sic; tubaa, 35c,- bells. I5c. act Fr ankliat. SOO Beverley Bld g. B 8234 GIRtd WANTED WHO WOULD like BEST DRYLAND WOOD^ 13 80 mudguardg, 7le. Aaranaon'a, 1338 Govt St lo learn halrdresslng. An opportu- HAIRORBBSmo IN YOUR~HbME:~BX il CORDWOOD. T ADIES' BICYCLES, ONE nity to get established In steady employperlenced operator. Empire 7803. m^^JSPVLJLS?'^^STOVB LXNOTHS. 15.15 CORD B 3743 two othera. Ill each Four c r; M ment with a national organlxation Apply bar models and many innlc bars Room 209. 1104 Douklas St Phonr O 0234. HAIRDRE88INO BY APPOIlfTMBIfT~»i BBBT AND BIG LOAD CEDAR, double al. most reasonable pri' c ii u ill p*y YOUR HOME PH ONE Q 4040, II 75— PERMANENT WAVE— $1.75 tLM; cedar block*. 11.35 E 6722 you to .".ce tlia,s«« barsoins before b'lvlng l^EEP VOIR HAIR Harru n.i v le Slore. 744 Fort Sir-n (Shampoo and Finger Wave lacludod) 8PBCIAL SALE Hair Cut i.v, M.rcel.T.,..7:aOc XV hraiti,, with Harper Method treat- HONB-DRT WOOD. REGULAR $5 50, r ADIESl BICYCLES WANTBD WHAT m-t t, fiBser Wave 1207 DOUGLAS STREET. E 4928 25c Shampoo 35c JlOW 13 50. O 3134: nluhl, E 3183 l.' otfedi la trade or fat In and consult us abOBi A! i< .N TTRRSLL PARLORS, FOURTH son s. 1330 Broad at. /^OLWOOD MILLWOOD - NO. 1, 33 50 E63I3. \I beauty Spencer's. No appointment ^ fl'. 14.10, *pcclala between 9 and ,V'w'^5''' 10 a m dally V. McTsvlsli. G 8202. SPRING OVBRBAULmO IB Shampoo and finger wave. 75c: shampoo 16 VVA.MtU swing Enloy your rides better by having and marcel, 75c: finger wave eg marcel, ilOOPntAGE WOOD 00- OlMl. AU. U* put your bicycle In nr»t-clnr,s condition 50c. Permanenta from 14 00, AOBNTB abaap. ttf - New and rebuilt cvclea, tires, accea*orle* TNTRODUCINd 'een "d'a^^^ ^a- new. fast selling B. J. Smith, cpp, Hudson's Bay, OTOMk proposition Every T>ERMANENTS. MARCEM AND~PINGBR card player your customer. Loral dealers 1 waves to emphasize your type Ivy'a pOOPBRAGE WOOD-KINDLINO, II 50: wanted. Allied Sale* Co., 369 Sydney, Pemiiv Nook 714 View street. nTOVEH AND RANOBP E 6115 'iSIL^??^" ?^W<>?^JJJW 0 234I 4aL Winnipee. ag| 08 EHMANENTS, IS AND 15— LA / 10LW00D MILLWOOD, 13 sTrd small ADHtjLI' l ELV THE BEST PRICE PAID for atovea. heater*. alC mlUwood. 13.31 caah. C. D Shaw. G7998 ^^•^^Jrn'i' • Hairdreaaera 130S Eaaulaialt. ^ O OOK

WBBB—On

St.

cents doirn

7.'>

WlgBs, Old

I

such

ta larwardad

will

yellow.

Morfreal. slnale. 148 ^0: return, 177 50: to I.;, nil.' ..Iiiiilr JUT", return, 159 30. De Uixr viccii.ng compartments. Ticket* and Inforii.Hiioii. 140S IX>yOLAB BT.. PbOB* o 2.^:l:l i(,K
1

Ilcial

M-CaM

at 3 o'clock. In (Miapel, Ray. S.

THE

MILTON CO., 1844 OAK BAY Avenue. B 1311: dainty lace wool •carve*. 7lo aad SS«: white ch»mol!»etle glove*. lOe aad II.

BAY

g*a*ld* home: *i*ep In. Light houeework. light rooking. Oood home, Referaaeea raaul rad. Pbaaa Ollsl.

.

day

OAK

Aacelaa. glnsle. tl5: return. 137.10: to 50: return, 174.50; to

Ottawa, aingle, 147

A MAID WHO CAN DRIVE Phone O 0028

a motor car

y'OUNG GIRL WANTED,

l

A

j

'

J

ROOM

aulle newly ln«it;ied fre»

Sleeping rooma * ranse 50 double Lora* ln>T>^UOB iBVltai. J N HOIXAND <

.

K<

TO E£NI

M

OAK BAY

modern

OUtRS

"-/v

"on

HJ KK.S

BIk

I

ELECT RtC

S&'mS'miSbSbb'bSi

tm>

decorated

?IJ..)(j

FABTB new end

AND

BOCBBSi iwrBH.

nsMl, for *U rr.

.

.

.

^

^Bargain prtcea Large •ainBJ^^aver*e^gear._l35^ *am^r_bronae Samner OS-OA 07.0ir from 110 a». Beat pncaa paid for tola disM oats far wreck MM -

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DAILY COLONIST. ViQTQRIA. JB.q FRIDAV APRTT;

TJll-

A

Mart

AND LAI

POB UMIM

N(

in

ansAcr

to

\sliiih

eriimriil Hi Al*u busl lor MBit OTMd'l lAndiac. BrcntwMi, fitm Boat SMI «ii«lM c«iii»l«U, itlMOl

v,ho

T

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<'i.ty

mip.ihrr of the inlvcitiifi

I

Bracfoot Estates

MLB

worn

Two and one
RE YOUR 1

PABT or OAK BAT.

rrijlicj

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a SHI rTiXEruTm arfniir

AUBmtM •plendid In

MOM

bsraaln In (Vtrir

i«iiulieU>

II

Hld«

.$4500

fijiil)

•S,7mi

vated;

NDfB

I

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BMW

ll.sod iDl-

TUB

A DAVIE, UMlltU OtdaioWto aar»-O.M.O. Trucka Port StrMt at Quadra

O

Phi>ne

TBI ootoaiST

iitden H154

KKBi PuUt luaranipr.

n

II, a;i

BWB

TW

U<

Motot

MORr

HAVB TWO

riOOD OPTERS- PORT) COUPE.

ktoaka

ltl3< Ford couiie. Ailh I,, rr e. »30 00 coupe, with Caacx Chailanier 125 00 * o( others. ruanbla scat. II3MM.

tn TaUa

O

Phon a

St.

Elferd.

HOTEL

alaalila ^^^^^^W^^

^^^^^^

Itafet. W^^WfwW

FEHNWOOD

-

$1200

bunaalow.

Pour-roomed

oondW

splandid

In

LOCA

Reasonable

:

Box



MAI^

PARTNER,

OR 1

I^^Q-^oMmii oAaaiouT.

ins.

j

103& Coutlaa St,

— "^-CHtVUCiLET


SCOAM,

I

1914

igjO-SO Chevrolet JS8.A 1120 Sliidebalier j.ediir, li. i-n.

Reo

shai>e. l«27

new

sis

t-ton.

truck,

relet

Property

water, ttcbt altuate lOH til

la

^2600

^JoOO '.r—^

OAK BAY

.

J

New

Patnok modern al

St.

mR

OAK BAY m

tires,

with Red ItM Obev for

We

cars ca

pii

a

BUY

WILL

APARTMENT

hrlniting In about

busti)e
PeHbertM&SM,Ltd.

-,3rio

Apply Hammond, li06 Ellord Bt

OiWi ON

lU-l

NKW

TERMS^

l

4-R(JOM

Ib.NULBii

FUA QUAL

Fori

for only

real quality car

Many

t2S0.

Others.

MRVIOa OABAOB

nOTAIi

BM15

IMI

fUMLBT OeOO TAUI8

1930

COA(

II

-jo'M n YMouTK J

»

.SEDAN

1

UK 51

IX'ANTKO IMMEDIATELY -10 TO »'

seven -roam houaa In Vancouver.

.r)S5

OOAOH 1M7 STAR COACH IMI Buic;c TOUBINO lt97 WIUPPET OOAOH 1137 OLDSMOBIL8 OOAOH 1231 PORD TOWN %BDAB CHBV.

(run-

Apply

77(1

oaler

tl4S tl»0

uas tl23 tl7j |49i

B40ai

DO AS OTHBBB ABB OODRl Bt;v\A USBO OAR PROM US AND 8AVB THB DIPPBBBNCB

MATIOMAb MOVOII

i/iw.

AU

STUCCO

and

passate A well-kept with lood lawn, some snrsse Situated Within one block of Ht Martaret s School. There are four bedrooms besides the main rooms. »llh modern lonvrnlenres Priced for
booked

fruit trees

his

home

oat.»

00.. IffSb

and

s

J17 0O

Broad

1713

A

resl

full

Would make

IN SURAN CE AOENCIES,

UMITB) M.

574 Tatea

G

Phone

ON TERMS.

A

M KiBMonUZaflor

MMb,

PORU TUDOR

ll)2S

vately owned.

In

$12.(MH)

'

f*riiAN. PRI. sood condition.

-CASH POR OBBD OARA -

-

-

fii

OMnoraat

BBOO MOTOR CERTUTBD Ul INt PACKARD SEDAN

Tatoo

Holland.

lots will be



Taxea laxea

137.00. sii.ou.

at ibis

mm.

The ine only waterfront ii1,900. No phone

BRAND NBW

|«0s

I

new

like

tarden. fruit and astall chicken houaei atandiat in

TOURlNt.

v >

BOW In perfect

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Real

Estate

\

a

:

i-i'

.

'

Cowichan

>

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/-100D

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will

Ihia

reims

suit yourself,

i.>

SIX-ROOM

ItOl

Doutlaa St

forUble

Oaraae

nilOB

Sea

Al

B

Rtallon.

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WftTmm TO

79

plurii'

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Brouthton

Phone

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11(1

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and houte.

with

CrtOOOO HOUSE, BUILT

laH;

S

ACRES,

OITWl

istae

7»%

UMRB

BAT DMTRIOT RBDOOBD PROW 14,710 TO 12,750 BOOI.

LTD

1214

Broad (Opp. OalosltO

BMM

It'ANTETV IN VICTORIA OR VTC IN IT T.

ATTRACTIVE SEVEN RO<1MEn 'V house with ;.iiir or more rooms, over-» sloeeo raaldtnee ass built about four looklni water tarden. toed weU or eity years aco Hardwood floors in the hall, water Pheae IMI »wor avaUahio. i5oo recepi on room and dinlns room; laree cash 'full Apply Bet torn, cn; fireplace, bullt-ln features renier^r \\MILL PAY CASH POR LATE MODEL CranlU '> IHf iht oar. coupe or sedan, Fnrd or baaement. Unndry tuba, hel-air 'nmtrr
'T'HIB

Victoria.

BC.

O

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rooi

lIEVROLin i«]| modeL

II I,

ii

f

s

(I

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1

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o

:

H O. DALBT A CO. LTD Tlo* Btt M I Op pu e te Beeneer t 'po CLOSE OUT THB BSTATr np THB

m

^ rr.

IJEIHAC IRAC'IOR

I

Hi)i-K

1484

I

I

6-

eaah dewn. balance like rent. >ubi»ci mnrtcate at 7" Immediate This Is a senmne snap

11.000 possession

Box M40. le

C'olofilsi

-u.

OK

LM

FORD ITM

OR

BOATI AND LACNCBE8 OBDAR. 8PRUC4 AND

0

for

HAL^

Pmb«rtMi&SM,W.

OAK BAT BUILDING OmRmo fOR

AM

* OVOr atpHI lets aniith af Pricooc and lloo each

MM

t

Terms ment

lo

r»i, fo nVe.

further

^^^f

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on

fles

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fll

-

SHAWNIGAN LAKE

water heated house Tennis court, ex I penshe barn for eltht head horses or cowt. Houae haa quarter-cut oak Ifloert. plate tiaaa windows, larte cut stone fireplaces. Family orchard: also imall frulta, ttrawberrlet, raapberrtes. walnuts, peachea. apricots Pott 115,^00

I

$1,650

only

&

Mf. J. Billiland 1203 Broad St. Garden

OUVIR. STEWART CUIft $ CO., LTD I

M

PhoB* K M4I

HI.

5741

,

B SmhcIi

bij

m«MB

cieoe te atroot can, but schools, a modern buntalow howie with bathroom and one bedroom en the flrat f'o full cement basement, furnace,

A Wonderful

i

Bargain

tixt

prlooa

H

al N.MS. a

••

It

ean

$lf750 Victoria

W toMM r



tSM

Car

Ave.

>

iSSiSSUTtrSSBTTW

lined.

laundrr

tubs,

Bntrance

hall,

ONLY M*«0« TERMS

.

Wooo sai Mr oath. Raaw aab lt offWa MvHod. Btr Isapt c UoB "Boo Bap." Oat*

Hmm i

M

BEAUTIFUL COLWOOD boaruw. Ala* a dear little four-rooos buasalaw. three-pieoe bathreeia. aad full-alaed cement basement, larte aaratv. woodshed and rhlrken house Xlactrle Iiaht and citr water ptped all throuch Ihe propertv Located on a main hlehwajr. nine miles from city.

M. RoaBTaar

lie

Vmtm BMt.

eu

ft

TIew

i

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i

In .

Co., Ltd. at. O SMI

gr,,.,]

icjii ;

h'

r

,u

^

bedroorrts large llvlng-rooin With fireplace; baaaBMMt, for* naoa. etc Attractive daglpMd bf arohlteat.'Mid alad an ona of tha baal alBtats in the district. Oloaa to aoBfiuiit. I-nce has h'^n reduced 'n mln! -tium for quick sale. FUll partioulan fNiB >

verr pleasant surronitdlnsa. :sae>. tit owner desires artlen. and

aoaopt the tUOPllOBs:

yi-ni

!;:.,

t

t.Kihv ai $1 .688.969, an improvement of » .ft.'>4 22fl over a net revenue defIcit nf $255,307 In lUrcsh 1933 Op. I

eratlng revenues weiw ' $14 jTa.a4a^ an incraaaa of 6ajria.4aa: "rTf(*lnt

expanaaa were tizjmjm, aa ln» crease of 61.066,167. For thn first quarter of 1934, net rrv.'tiii.was $65,003. a betK-rment of

$4,088,246 over the net revi iuie of $4,023,243 In the first

deficit

quarter of last year

I

.iiiidiui M.iiik

lit

(

lUiiiiiri.r

»

enues were

Operating rev-

$6,788,415

at

$37.-

operating px\)rnsi'a were 63 .700.166 higher at 637.a0i,Ma.

CANADIAN DOLLAR A ND POUND RATES

.s

i

up

while

606,442,

rleclrd clusii ni^u of Ihr \ 1< toria Houw .\siiMM-UUon at tho annual meeting of tbe 4»ganlxation recently. W, H. Ba&aa. of ay Meatreal, was aiaetad

Clearing

MOMTWEAL, April 36 (CP).—Currencies on the Montreal foreign OBchanges were lower today. The pound clasod at $5.12 13-16. a retary. decline of 7-16 of a cent, while the t'n:tcot. £340 6s; future. £387 ISs I.ead spot, £11 10b: future, fll 15s. Zinc MONTREAL. April 26 (CP).— iiN>t, ai4 Bar gold In London up three cents

K Lawdy

MvUil

to

1

urt a jdii wink done Oil her motor. Hif h:: c'h: .Junkers made good time on her Ilret trip last Tuoiday, and had a fun eeraplement of pasMiigers. As a matter of fact, If weather had not prevented it, an AT NEW VOaK .,Kr would additional trip to Yonac Aftu aa (at).have been made i.. akf .are of a iminhpr who wl.shf»d tn makr thi Copper steady; elaolralytle. ipot and future, a 1-2. trip by Rir to Vancouver but were Tin easier; apot and BBaity and unable to secufB aaata OB tha eebed future. 55 40.

BAR GOLD AT LONDON

to $34 79 an ounce In Canadian fund.v 135c 7d In HrULsh fund*. The Oxed 636.00 Washington prioa amoimtad to 664 J6 tai fTanadtaa.

NKw

:

.

NET REVENUE

38 (CPJl -Net revenue of the Cunaillan National Railways for March was reported

.i

OFFICERS ELECTED BY CLEARING HOUSE

B.G. ATlatioB Notet

'at.'-

IN

MONTRKAL. AprU

i

comparad with aaa4.m

Pilot Charles B. Clllott Is flying the "Oold I :i;p Hrldgc River with the Juiiki'is sf ap'.imr' wMl,- the

ule flight.

Silver

Iron firm, unchanged

MarkeU



Lead quiet; spot New York, 4.25; LONDON, April 26 (AP». Bar of humor East Ht. LouLs, 4.10. aUvar steady, unchanged at laHd. Atr Tnuiq>ort were Zinc steady; East 6t, houia, spot AT NEW YORK inaBturattng a marine cruise beand future, 4.40. tween fbiTTlson Rot 8prln]|s and YORK, April 36 (AP).~Bar AnUmonjr, ipot. . V'anr.i ;. r Participants in a illTBr ataadjf. unehaagad a t 4avfc, unirjiip jmiiney down the muddv rf ft( hp.s of the V^oficr Rivt r nu ouTFirr Montreal Monday think that .such a .lervlce

Bomeooa with a aenae

inqufrad

If

WaUi

NKW

tM

nCK-BUOHM

Vroduee

W. M. Archibald, idated Mining Sc

Of the Consol-

Trail, arrived at the

Vancouver

Smelting

Co.. air-

(CP).—

t

I

The Daily Cross-Word Pu//le 1

1

^

1

.

-i

r -

Arm at 5 o'clock Satin day ip.-^ morning with Mr. ChalmerR, 6t Chalmers Si Richardson, to visit Uz hours their mlalag property. later, the Bawwigir t*B6 landed *t the Lulu

.

'A

U

,.

m

45"

nsntly.

"Lunune,

I"

PI

4^

1

»• I

I

ACBOM 1

6.

DOWN

Carpet Underworld.

10.

To

t.

Type measure.

Mark

of disgraee^

11.

Javlah teacher.

13.

Pactcn.

It.

Iflaa leveL

14.

la^

Old

15.

Over. BRort.

la.

RBally.

17.

ProifcNin.

ao.

Boring tool

16.

To

10

Lets

11.

regret.

spar fall.

31

To spread oat

maoh

22

Discards.

23

Mixed drlak. AssastinA

25

20. Past.

26. Splits

aa.

One

29

B-outs

of ball

ChannaL OoiA plaea.

32.

aa. 36.

WatarfoarL

38

Indian.

34.

Pirn

3D

MMmtain

To cranl. 8un god.

41.

Rpanlsh ^Vs-ht. lerof

<7

Thone IB

i

.Stretching 31. To deelga.' 10

66.

36.

1l-A6f6 S66ff6g| INsa^ tINI FiTe-reemad heaae. OMB BroplBOO (WOO worth II.MO), with OsMuaaiMtO. Buui-

*

Wheel

tooth.

60. PlBial 41. 46.

aaadv bosah. aapio valor. tevoa aoTM have

depraaauna.

-

r

46.

Winalan govemmaat,

46.

To

atere.

About

m

41



mer



avc an 36. Puels.

must

'e

1

44

96. 37.

skull?" he echrw

.

v'

tH

^

'is

.

T!

British (abbr.). Cavity. " 23 To leap In the village inn. "Yus, my young gVflHr rBBOd for 34. Strip of land. Hoxford 'e
cm

p

M

IT"

forth 22

talk.

--

22

31

The chauffeur waa

-

m. 25

u

Orand Forks, under the genera ship of Mayor T. A. Love, \% pre paring a programme of entertainment, education aiMl hospltaUty that will leave a lasting tmpraealon upon visitors to the thirty-fourth annual convention of the Associated Boards of Trade of Eastern British ColumThis event the date bia. May 17 cannot fail to acrompll.sh a great deal In concentrating attention upon the importance of the mininR induatry. British ColumUa's greatest avenue of return to proaparltr. Aeronautics of School Wells chalked vp B raoord la flylag lastruction. laat Suadajr. vban laetructor Jark Wright was la tlM BlT for five and a half houn With pBInstruction on dual Tha pils .school s Moth seaplane left for Vhfl-

1

^

ha was

17,

li.^tener.

value

par cant fBaeoBnt.

NATIONAL RAILWAY REPORTS INCREASE

,

pany hoped to float her tomorrow. She want aground early today In a h«MT foB. vhUa headad for IBeoma

Wonderful 7

leu. .Q1
1375;

xeriand. fraae. jaaa: ttattad BtBta^

i.

.sound Tug & Barge Comn;> pulled and hauled In vain. Ihe tide, early Friday, will be a foot and a half higher, and with some of her fuel oil beiof puflnped Into an oU barte, tonight, tna eom-

HIGH FAIRFIELD of

2680:

Rumania,

1907; Africa,

$» v hhu i>].--a:iu,

sellinR and other ctwt.s wr i- ri .u froni |9H7 ni to $841,784. r-d u.k' the (.ixM uuiiK loss to $2Jt) J18. agaliLst $310,230 Depreciation wa.s lower at $203,779. compared with $341,023. Net loss for the year, after minor adjustments for Interest, was $41^76,

.

H.x'lTlK flylfiK

'«,

RJ

a«alast

|615,4«recedlnK

biu'h .stuck fast atn^und in the sand DfT iTiice lYee Point, tonight, while '!.. .vii-golntf tuK Creole, of the

"An' ^ always 'aa the name ao' data painted on la oeuil. But thia was too anMb far ono

home

.>rKidst

KMM A 61£ril£N»ON,

I^.

pound. 4 095fi. NorPoland, xloti.

Zsa..ijiii.

knuip.

dollar, a-aa

SEATTLE, April 36 (AP)/-The Liickenbarh frPiKhl.rr J, L. LuckSD-

his

little country homo of f . e acres, cleared, with small fruit orchar.i Of peach, apple, arapea, etc . In full

will

coal room,

baaement

llvlnt-room. auareeai, dlatao-raoai aad kitchen with numareue buUt-ta features Three beautiful, brtiht bedrnoMis with lined and llthtad eloaets An extra eood tarate: all new fencea: lawn, flowers, fruit treca. berrlea. etc. In perfect condition and spotleaalr clean. Inside and ontaide. A real bartain.

Seven room family home in Fairfield, with basement and furnace, en a paved street. The owner paid II.iM only four yuan aso. Aa aoaooaor hao

BOW With

room,

'

yen, J040; Jiuroelavla,

0320

New

i

1.'^

Co.

)i

ui\fold.

ma

B

47. Interpretsi

rui'ivatlea.

y

view.

LTI>.

——a———— • 4lt7

WorU

laid

Pari

Ti|e fiesi

I'

iotl

price. fa.%«fl

.

.

I

Also Summer Homea at Langfer^ Proopect Lake and Deep Cove

I

tim luaabint.

Uother-Who's the bi^ghl66l kOy BMabilahed iMt RUI Park 004 RraashtOB Bt. eemant baseAlbert Burden. Real Batata Dept in your class. Junior? n^rafe Hr ,, >:„1 Junlo: ni!; .Sii.i'l rmpire I'l rv, ROTAL rwo LAROr WATBR AoasU

.•'

This la a Real Bargahi

,

St..

I

iiorln,

way,

n's|K)iisib'i

Init

in

<

'

par' 1000 Broad

rf[x>itcd

quite definite in asserting that It waa an eaeellent RE-rnUED PRAUUa BABMBB'S plan, that he was certain Ma> PABADIHB Forks reoei Owaer Lesvim for riM i.nnirp Waalal Love and the Grand tlon committee would leave nothing Uillfir S undone in the entertainment of vUoutaldo city llsitt, city titbt IJuot and iton from the Coast. waUr. two acres with eltht-room. hot

S-Rooni luiiigalow, large ver.Tiula, also 2-room cabin. Garage, good well with pump and engine, boathouse. 125 feet waterfront Price reduced from $2,500 to

any,

III

uniaui. pound. 6.1263: Holjaai: nmgary. peng
,it

,1

dinar.

iaa»^ii^« iiia.

1

i>()64.

In the feneral world

t.s

inrrra.'se

the>

May

SummerHome Bargain

ur< !ai

ii-y;

n,,:,,.. ,K

n..;,u,.i

M66; Japan,

MONTREAL. AprU 36 (CP),— While operating revenues of Cananatinnal dian Alrwayi, Umltad. for IBSa. vara Petroleum dlvldt iift; ,ii d part of slightly tuular nturaa far the year, this payment Is being hanjed along operattnc eipeBaaa wart reduced, to Imperial shareholders, as this maktag the net teas for the year firm bcMa oaotrol oC intamaUonai aomc $300,000 leas than In UH, the Patxvdauin. company reported today. for

Asted whether he would recommend the eseuraloo to Grand Torlu on

oro«

$2,500

late Harriet Nelson »e .re offerlnt Ave ,^r,m completely furnished ssle

huntalo. FMr

i

.

f

$500

POUT STRPPT

Charmlne

MMHjlJbOO. (mOMA). BOB YY'^Mnp LATB

a abarc lor Imperial.

port in his PUM Moth. pUotcd by J. D. McFhec, thia weak. He remained In VanoouTar for two days and loft Wednesday for the Interior. Mr. Art hlbald l.s a man of some seventy 'ummcrs w ho is kr^nly Interested in He covers thousands of aviation. miles each year In his Puss Moth.

oaoa aroplaoo.

larte

aa Aale lasaraaea.

000 Pert

dition. fleora.

28

and

AustrmliB,

KT

Circle

with lake frontate.

lot.

MniiLailTiEt,LTi,

O.

BBTWBBR TAROOOVMI AMD Moas aireoto vMalty — five atx-roeoi bunaalow, MuM hs

baUuMO a* Y«. ITfiaini

^."i* R.R. I. Victoria.

4 Mile

WBIX-BintT rVRNISRBO COTTAOF. ^

f

<

I

tM

mi

n tif

tarTClAtlon

M OOBipUed

of OBBBdPi BloMd



Four roomed buntalow. modern pfumbInt. open fireplace. Two acres of land

C 1 ACA #1 UOU

lots.

Total prtea

oppoalU P.O.

a

Two buntalow

view.

7241

Prult

$4000

.

-

s

:

O

Phone

ACRB8. cleared and fenced. Good chlaken houae SAldoa. .

t

uiciim

:



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ait-reomod

I'l-t

4^

MONTMBAL. April 38

" "Tiooo

I'-

need

In

NXAR COWICHAN STATION

O ^

Two heach

su rooms, modern and tarate. Two

OEORGB RANDALL

;i

i

HOUSB.

nicely fui large lota.

K

QuoTORONTO. April 2(i <(:P}^-ta/* would be rxtrriiipiv jxrpular I'tlot tatloos held to an even trend on the terlm statement for the six months UsUe Cook, Chief SUward A. cuff Montreal Produce Fxdiangr trxisy ending Fel)ruary 36, Isaued today by and Daakhanrt Jack Jeoaa enjoyed Cheese Curren* 0111^,10,; 10 3-4C; the Tec k Hughes Oold Mines. Ltd.. ten hoiira cC Summer aunahine, Summer stock, \'J shown gross earnings e.sti mated at scenic beauty and many cheerful Butler -FreKh k j2 -2c. 13.048.302: operating cost, 6U14,010; ^;iIiitatlons from pretty girls, who UiKlianped; EgRS A large, net earnings. 61.634J10 bsfore deipparently exl.it In generous num- 191-3c: "A" medium, 161-3c: "B" duotlng aaf lmatad Mm* Bod daprap bers in proximity tO th* bBBka Of atock. Itl-Je; atoak. lai^ the Lower PYa.«ior.

$375

aome repairs. Price asked MOO. We consider the best cash offer racOlVOd week. Ree yourself, t3» WlBlaa M.

water.

k

i

S^ASEENOS WATERFRONT— I 2-1 ACRBB. ^ooadltlen 4S> Jii No soil, all clear, ^ur-reem houte, waUr on . Phone and lisht avaUaMe JAMB80N MOTORS, LTD. u*

School.

HIah

oommtndint beauiUfUlTlOW of valley and Has phonCb hills •• RtM, hot and cold

vi u ^IOImI

,

o.

>

freahl

orated

Near

1m

oTi.Msl iiiK

1

lor

.•

Very

Baay terma to rltht party,

stable,

f

oao>baU acre

C5--(v-

>.

Mom B«m

ECENTtT AND WEIX-BIin.T FIVE-

SED CARS

trR-RooM co^AOt, Lino on floors

soli.

00^ WO*

Broad Sk

OhrpM-

Botot

waterfront Matnlf\cent

atenta:

MM

to

XNd aTUOBBAKBR

DST ttMM

BOaiB

••eoeiaoa

VhoM O U«4

IMI BOBO OOAOH,

Pemberton Bloek.

le,

very

Mapia Bay

V

Acres. «lth flnwlnt iprlnt nt has been cleared Pine buUdInt alte, only Bprlns aloM worth tho SMncy,

IB51

ftl niW)~'^'^'^-'*(^l^ COTTAGE. One WATBBIROirrAOB INVBVr V-LVW aero land. North Quadra.. Ooed

worth real money.

view, sandy beach, bathint, boallnt. flshint, free firewood. Lot SO x 214. Four rooms, two piece bathroom. New roof; newly painted. Inside and out. V-)olnted Intlda. inaiaa.

MOTORS

ROCKNB COACH,

30«

BAT OAKMBNT.

onimd

Bl.

Rodueed

LTOw

CO.,

1M« DB SOTO SBDAN IN* NASH SBDAN IMI DOOOB SBDAN Plymouth, Dodta. Oe JAMT.SON

CORDOVA BAY— 1-r6oM COTTAUE ON tood lot near the water, I3M. J. M

1

Ottawa,

.



One

Brtoo

moderate

e'l

BUNGALOW,

four-room bunaalow. overlook low, separate atueco laraae: Oak Ray int Swaa Lake. Hardwood floors, tood l-ORD TOURIMO, MBOBAMIO- dlatrlct; tS,3M. Apply Room 307. si rath pliimhinv Ooraer lot. Lovely country sur alU o.k. Mid Is esstf tSBdHloa, eena Hotel,

Box tOM, Colonist

Ilka

INDIPBNDBNT

home.

)i.
UV

CANADIAN AIRWAYS REPORTS LOSS OF $430,000 POR YEAR

I

house

the beat of coitdlUoa:

the beat part of Ksqulmalt. a toed email farm.

IlLMOO

ei H

r

bullt-ii

Nice location.

eiX-ROOMED In

Phone E 3623

Bt

Works,

BtINOAIX)W

with

Chicken

Plumbint and tood basement. Chicken houae. Garate. Mixed fruit trees and tood tarden. ataadinc on IS acres, in

MARA. JONES & CO, LTD.

FULLY MODERN STUCCO BUNOA

1933

tarate

condition A cbarmint block from oar Mao.

DESJAHDIN.S.

Public

the latest imprevementa; fu.

all

basement

'

>

SAANICH

.

$i85aij^our'' roooms,

B413«t

hnw

inciils li.t.sl.^

'

BtTNOA-

dinmt-room,

iiflaf-rooai,

in

Ml I \J\f iP^'71 PHENOMENAL BUT AS OWNER HAS A'

4 .4^

substantial

oim

s p.m.

I

srdor. 8ei-

bems,

bath and

Oovtnunent Street

Ill Tatoo Street

.

,^ If 102(i

Bp

ft.

VND

Real Estate Dept,

.,

Mi

M

1

iA mottostip a|*

.'

2291.

Ixmui, £103 15s, cx-lnl.,

yundiat

Mrii

'

PARK AND NBA

rcacrved.

la

BOnjMMO

ft.

money. «1 KfUY TWO HOUSES for the price 'fpioklnc car line. These houses mvist be sold to otit ov.'r a half-acre tarden towards the tether. Sirnil niid .tnow-clad Olympics. The hotise INOBPKNDBNT INSURANCE AOENf lEB. Ik convenient lo car and x hool, «lth all UMITRD city conveniences, inrludni* ans .lust acroaa the road l.i a fine randy beach The •74 Tatea Street Phone o igji Harden contnlns msny well eMstill'. led frti't shade and ornamental Ireer. sI.m) FIVE - ROOMED COTTAGE. small fruit, flowerlnt ahrubi and peren«s!er snd electric llaht. i^als. anda aaaall roakory wllb Mrd poola. Chicken house utandlnt on two tood Price I4JM, OS ottay toraia loU. North lota. Not Quadra district Oood terms Make aa appointment to aaa it

1203

IdHS SS?.^,*^~* $850

t30.M

Ma

KTB-BOOHBD

<7Ml

.

^

x

tract,

kltCbea. thrOO-plece harhparfoot oOHdltlo n Oarace and weii.|ald-«at saisoa. Lsoatod elooo In. Taxes only IM.Ot. A real hOBM for little

THB ROTAL TRUST COMPANT

roRD TOWR $4Jr) fRn\N duo sport I«7»»L COUPE ..$*U)5 -|(l«)0 PORD UE LUXB Xl/OAl TUDOR

co.

OM41

Pleer apace



1

UOl SES FOR 8ALK

7S

a

N.

$300

m

Vtatorla. B.C.

JONEfl BROSv Cor, Yates and Quadra

X.TD.

iteadUy rented, nex KItMiann Bench. Vaneoaver. for smnii rr denre tifir Victoria, vali;

THOMAS PLIMLBY, LIMITED

g;llilamd

J.

Could Department Of nice four-roomed Phone E4t04 be easily made Into April H. 1934 buntalow On tood nued lot In Mount EQUHTY IN T'.:rTiir- dutricl. A good cbanca lor a

EXCIIANQE MY WILL modom duplex,

BEDAN

Htm

I

An attractive, well constructed stucco buntalow, built for comfort and convenience. Larte drawlat-room, about 30 X 14. with flraplaeo: Preneh doors to bri«>it dlnlnt-room with tood views; " .1* .d floors In mala rooms, builtin bath and ahower: the beat of cheerful kitchens, with all buUt-in features. Two flne bedrooma with cloaeta. Two apara rooat up. Oat laid on. Betair fumaeo. Rith. dry, oomeal haaement Oarate Lawn.v tarden: cement path. All In exceptionally tOOd

:

ISM Broad Btnot

now

* OAROBM,

•Od Port St.

OUtrlhatori of OaatHp Can aa« Truck! Phone O 7111 MIS Tates 8t.

1117

of

VICTORIA HOMBi

CHRYflLER

lo:n

wiili tood houat. Within Vic toria. In exebanto for

io

ttj'ir;

iniiet

w,

JO-

farm

urrn

s:r)0 4jP-*»)«>

',;"En7N"° .SEDAN

S

ITPIILLY RITVA^

MM

$335

CHEVROLET

',

High FairfiaM

;

1928^" BBDAN

<

U

;

a

Phone

ni

l((i>.ti

relrlLMiiai K

on the

';

:

COUPE, IN EXCKI, 10'Xi CHEVROLET 1921I BUICK XV^O lent condition, 1379

Koent War

15.

nBBB aa« T.

$6000

if

Ars«ntln«. paeo» Jaa<:

:i

1

vtn pay aa cents plw

.shaif

11

.situation

nil

David Street lovely home with beautiful tardea, la a se.-1n
flMB0O7m

llU Stoat atnol

7241.

OU

f]iiiirterl\

OAK ABAY

aojw, sad.

m

trurk.^ oath for cars mi CLARKE 8 (lARAOE. »3I View Bt

OQWS.

ImperlRl

JHBB

$4000

STlrms

KOBBRT MORTON

8t

aaomr *

9. B.

$3800

Newport Avenue, near Central Avenue Seven-room ttueao buntalow: hot-water furnace: hardwood floera: electric tiirooi fun ooBMBt haaement sernra e

mm

rectal,

May

lo record ol

..

^"Jr^s

11

pound, taw?: Austrte, schlUinR. •laOT; Bdtlai. belf*. 3J51; China, HoogkODf dollars. 3694; Ci«chosli>TaMB. crown. (H}9; TVnmBrk kronp

Bonds—OawtdlAn 4 per cent l>>4ii £10a 7s 6d: British 3S i>.-i cent Consol-s, £78 Hs 6d: Dn'J.s*i ,

.fid-ni.v'

p!i\

disbuiftciuenl

pRyMg

Freighter StM Fast A ground on $2660 Three Tree Point

..



cheap

or.

Used parti tlOS at reaaonable prices

Ml,

City

houie.

propo.Mtlon. I.,ow



ToaiA. B.C.—O

Hampshire Road. New colonial buntalow of Ave rooms and tarate; compleU wUh eleeuic Axturea

1

Uib

.n i.^-Cowley

tr.i

MM.

Seal Continental motor,

and trucks

house time.

ial

.".[xi

'.harp.

OAK BAY

IjllVE ACRES IN SAANICH. ALL OOOD heavy land, with orchard, balanre in PIva-room houaa. barn and ken

(raas.

RKAL

.1

.

-

ti!>o

M

Pordson

1100.

present

a

OAK BAY

caraso

Avenue. Price

of

:u.'

1

r
Near the WUISV* Puk. Be fit e room ttUOOS taBBSlOW.

pwoMb

•trli~»nF stucco bunaalow, beat reeldaatiai district. Sealed tendert. addreaaed to the undcrGorte, separate aararc: chicken house. Modern In every way: baae- sltned and endorsed "Tendera for Coal," / ment, Pembroke hath. B BlSU i. Ote. A will be received until 13 O'clock noon v » store nnd carata In City foy aale. cosy home and tood boy. (daylltbt lavlnt), Tucaday, May 32. 1934. !l I, Ai K 7t n (-olonmL ffl>.>«>ikik- NORTH QUADRA District— >'"» New S room Irsme Colonial for the aupply of coal for the Dominion bunaalow. Stairs to unflnlslied attic. Beau- Rulldints and Bsperlmantal rarmi and 71. K\< IIA.NGE— KSTATK is. throuthoMt tba Pravlacea vt tiful setting amont natural oak tnoa A ^tK' SaakatohowaB. Aftorta and lovely home In every retpeot. and eaa bi Mail •ha rv\i.M ro EXCHANUK ACKCfi. handled with 1500 cash British Columbia. * Jordan River hlahway. SlXJteiret ear BEAUTIFUL seven-room stucco Forms of tender, with apoolfloatlon s snd den and orchard, balance tlnber and Hifi^OO semi -bunialow. mn.it Ideally cordwood Seven-room houae, furnished situated In exclusive re-idenl lal district conditions attached, can be obtained from B.-irri. two earatet. hen houae. wood.ihed snd un-iurpSL-ied se» view Ihe house Is the Purcbaalna Atent. IlepHrlment of and store houae. Value 14,000. To ex- Ilka new, and will suit the most faatld- Public Worki. Ottawa: the District Resichanie for rMMOBtlol PMMMf. BaMUcb lOMt. the Dislawn and tardea, dent Architect. Wlnnlpet. Man HaU-aerb lot district Applpoinwfv 4. oBrforotter Terau to nit reliable party, trict Raaident Aretaltoal. Retina. 8a sk the Point. B C. District Reaidaat ArohUoat Oatoary. Alu ACREAOE WATERFRONT K-^OUR -ROOM HOUSB. IN CrTT. IN A OIX Brres, fou« cu;;..ated. ar..'. fine I- and the uittriM BlildiBt AroWtoot. Tic1^ room bunsRloa. fully modern and In ex- tona. H C. condition, for flve-room houaa in cellent condition 100 feet on waterfront Esquimau. Oeorte RasdaO. IMI Oo««las with .sandy Tenders will not be considered tinlcal beach, boathouse. 2-room Sum8t. Phone G 7141. mer cottaie. Owner wlahes to leave '.he made on the forma lupplled by the DeI)EAC1S RIVER COUNTRY WILL TRADE country a4>on and will tacrlflce tMt tine partment and la aeeordaaoe with depart* well-equlpped farm, 3'* miles sidinc, property for 14,000. on terms, and price mentv epootflaatloBO and coBdltloaa. Includes furniture, farm Implementa, cow, srhnol. etr sood landi fOT The rlfht to deaiaad from the aaeoeis propoal real barialn. tlon. near Inrre Coait No ateata. etc. Here Is ful tenderer a depoait. not exoeodint lo Box Colonial WE SPECIALIZE IN EXCHANGES, per cent of the amouBt Of tbO tOBdor. to rONHULT U8 secure the proper fuUUBMBt Of tlM Con-

,

taurine,

KeareaealatlTea \ i(

:

AtJ^mtf

Whippet coach, tood Chevrolet coupe, l«.

BAY. south

MISCELLANCOCB 100D CORNER GAS BTATIOII, BMALL

>U (JLDBMOBTUI DB LOXB SEDAN

I-

^1

7SX

•46 Yatca Street Pnntlaa Salaa and Sarvio* <

roomint

mm)

$10

OaOIL EVB MOTORS. LTD.

i

In

monthly.

In Ttrr

—OAK

WHY

M

,

the

O

las St.

|s550

.

I27S.

at

Pull

/^RANDUBI MDAM, VvuMrMfhlp svMhsiiM

OOAOH, TTUMOM OOi XX sMd ortftr

44

would

Pt't.'cipuiii

.'tiiifi'

(>r

OpermUng revenues were

real.itered purebrwl cows and bull, and crop In of hay, Sprint wheat. Pall wheat and poUtoea, If daalrad. owner tUint *• .Mrtar iBtt foe of

you can bmy a ooon snap

tii;i;~n

tP"'"'

OKI

8

WE

brlnmnt tood revenue Ttrms to the Oeorte Randall, 1303 OoMHrit clan rltht party

f\ CHRYBLBR SBDAN. In 'f'^yf cdndiiiom Jneludinc Uecnca

-|

SMALL

G

.

Tatai 8t

»71

A

urocery and confectionery bu«lnaia, Junt outside the city, where the present turnover ataurea a tood llvlni to riahl party witt> a Tary small inveataant Coaalortabi*, modam Uvlnc-roema attachad. Lov rent. Splendid openlni for a bulehar aa wall. Phdna 0041 L. Rosevear St Co Ltd 110 Union Bldt.

OhtvraM DMl«n 1107

I

THIS

WE CAN OPPBR TOU

1910.

MOTOR noma (ncTOMA).

PiMna B

CONYERS * OO.

U.

It.

$19^~

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<

stucco bunaalow eo&taln- (WIU five seod terma to reaponalbte party.) with open Int larta llvlnt-room JOHN OREBNWOOD dlnlnt-room: two bedfireplace, rooma; Dutch kitchen with tiled 1405 Douslaa St., Bank of Toronto Bide. thraa-pleca bathroon with atnk: shower and tiled floor. Ttala la a IM A0RB8, tl,SOe most attractive home, th* roOBU are PARM CONTAINS BOMB BXCBLall of tood site, and the OMUtmetlon lent cleared bottom land, paature and flrsl-clasa throuahout. timber, Buildlnat Include cottace. larte barn*, ate. There la a small orchard, and a creek tbrouch the property. As HAVB NO HF.SITATION TN considerable land adjacent It avatlable for JSIRONOLY RECOMMENDINO THE range, thi.i rlare .nhould appeal to a atock AHOVK NOT PHONE man. Terma can be arranced. KUI.I.ER PARTK ni.AR.S ANll MAKE 130 Peaberten Bldt. TaL Boata AN APPOINTMENT TO VIEW, EASY

t^600

tm


tioiiHi

a

illM taMk oenorau fMudaUona.

out, eloao to achool.

female, for wholesale and retail poultry and produce buslne&s. No experiane* necessary. Small inraatmaat roqulrad, bllt you may handle your tm% mnmj Wot particulars apply to

laii.

AiRKRTON A SON LDIITEO

ri

undrrdralnrunnina

ttl OAA—DAVID ITUrr, Bungalow of 9±^iW tn^T^amM, flrtplMO. kath

rent.

Colonist

11310.

1.

^||^»>*^-CllXVBOUCr BEDAH.

B-t of Qasadti

Bank

Reference: Koyal

iltlvated. well main-

TANOOmmB.

ment and

and" CABINS— GOOD

U 'ANTED

Is

ST,.

.

yo«r, OKoapt very dry neathet Wamber of aprlnp* never dry, piped to barn by travlty ^sstem Hay barn 40x75. holds JO tons of fied-room and calf pen. Cow barn 11x40 for 11 cowa. Two

MBtiMl

osrM*. vntt turn, •!«. ODBL "T" VORO PAHBL OBUmERY. PERSONS WANTING TO BUY OR SELL
BOY HERE WITH CONPIDENCE

It

.

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t.'ip

1

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DCNBMinB

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hlon

to

-I.s

was annouiMsed that Interna-

It

V2 1-2 cenis

'

,

nrOLUDKD IN PRICB

tor

tlon loHK leaia. I3,SOO cash full price.

S«4J

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flUi *

IVf II ),N

all

Full

APAKIMBHT

OLOSB-IN

coay rooms, open Qreplace,

Jl MM.

.

IM MtmjALAOTO SALES

m

business Bast of bank referrn particulars from Box M«3. Col'

0\J Tbre*

I

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Wire fencUMt aurroundlnt.

ina.

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condition and moatly (tiled)

flrst-cl«As

In

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NORTH DOUGLAS DIOIHUrr

I

il'lJMn

the trealer portion of win. n

atraam

.i.ea

a«w locatad at riBlW OB Mkab

to

Of.,


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Phon*

UP,

DtOR aAta — OA«AO« AMD MBTIOB ^ ata U—, eomplaUi ibrM pumpa add piUMCir BAriKRx axRvicB I ap'ra iw a^l»»»n» P .O. Boa iU Oottftatuiy. V X K. BMOU8H CONTRACTS. NEED iUUnHUZXnWOODb fOfUORLY ^ OK HAVB tt.OOO to flnance same In irowini

!

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ACRES (Approx

43

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sg Mrawa. alao tor^^^

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word

BATIEHIES

srnv <^NTENTMEVT

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M

IS cents a ihata, payabia same dates.

OITT COW P BWIllWd <

LONDON.

quoUlUoiks oil the L,QiHk>u Slock f;xchain;r wf-ie Braiillan 'XrBi Uon, ImpeiiaJ Oil sn4 Intorifltnnal Pstc tlOJ7>«. CanMlisn Psclflc. $l5 87>>i; Intematloiml Nickel, $38 00; BrltlsbAmtrlcAn TobMoo. as td; Oour iBBldt, fa lit; DiitOlM, Ik: Dunlop Rubber, lU Id; Ford. TORONTO. April Di- Ltd.. «Wi. £1 lis 4>4d: HudMMi'B Bay, rcitois of bolfi Iinpfiial Oil C'oni- {\ 7e: Imperial CbemlMUi, £1 Its id: Imperial Tobacco. £8 7s; Mlnpaiiv Hiid In'.i inatioiiai Petuileuin yd. Uajul .Mliit.v, l(J 'or.iiiHi,', l(Kltt\ l«l»ll}>hPf1 both ll'K 'I'lU-sL, Vii k.< i.s, lu.Hhodr .lun sUx k.N ini ml Hiiimal dlvideiut bs- '^•'^ '''' .s Mi, Rji«kJ(iuiH rth diir-ctvu.'^ inaM (Im 4mMBD AnKlo-AniPMiiin Corp., U, Opcw^a, tm; Eut at a laeeUng JHere.

op paur

chbica of laud.

XJkKO.

strathoMia mSSSl

j^^^,^^

fm

'rst. pUeoa

Oo.

* ACRBB. ALL GOOD

I

loceihar witu

Tout

l

HatetaroiMi.

cominodlty.

SijMMWr

i p tonau. Mrataa *

three miles out:

bS

....

,

i

i

St^H:ks

,s.

,1

oriaaUla ud'AataUea excluded from ownerahlp. loMohotd or oaanpsao? A small eatb payaost WUh • SMStbly iM^tdlmpril of net MOfO tfeSB Ctt,00,

CULTN

AU.

I.JANI)

loiierty.

1

.

i

ACRta

'FOREIGN CURRENCIES

London

DIVIDEND BASIS

t

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ine

^^aA^vi^l'"'

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ON SEMI ANNUAL

1

eits

Arraiisements made v.iih li,. f^i.e-i rer. Ltd, suaraiitee a casli ir.aikri for y. ur products al year dear. Ruiidina raatcrUUt delivered al rr d uced ptlooa.

WITH

MSi

ctoaa

1

J'rre ai.he and in i'.Hne of di

I

lovrty rock sftraw.

ACltBS. nearly all cleared fa mi orchard. Good farm bunasiow it rooms. Citr water, llghlk Stn i.sr^ it. d> 4 - i V in St ft*r' "lie Hfiani Nice locatlosi. about SlM avaiy purpo&a and mllaa out. Aaklu «nsc»v7v

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1 UUAIiHA, hl«h p»rt, ti««i.l:fii Hparllns. BaUt* I. SIdMy. 1W. Nearly naw at buuaaluvk alo» atucco UCCo_buIia l IXTEN.SIVE sea rRoNTAf.K - KAMI r.ie rooms down aaS ' io«M of Vmi. Oliver IiImik) »iiit«l)ll floor*, hot-watar bMl ST ^rSaSm i"*,* mbdu iiil..!i H^x isa. fourtrnay, VI

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tood nnlth and Al mcehanlMll/.

one chraii,

(

one or mdrit cou^r?

in

adveriuioa

of

1»30 S-PASSFNnER tirea. liootl condltloo.

SXDAN A

.

AND Uadarat* waM.

if'PEK

PftlirrXD BLiOTTBliS

MOTOR CO

Ill

adtanlaaes telephone, electric iiiht. aaaU d«ltTaay, pttbile hlcb •rhoola. eemasuBlty hall and playuroijnd^. rh.nrih. Normal Bcbool and llese.n nraibv

>>

ii

M* m4 mm

of

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HPACK n>R 8P»CIAL pcrtoa sM* f tvtfumn «r4m tm eandr toWAfS rODAY labr*. trayt, lampa, fir* acractit HBBX BFORT ooora. $18.") Box 65Sft. CoIonl*L Mfll^ PAIOB HE LUXl B*d»n. «J*><1"» 'IT— "'^ •enderful rondlUon

^ ^UJJ^^tUA

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v.iioii.

11/

Cty

I

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CuDllDued)

I

Bllaa tnm TIrtoria country life awaltj lUr

a

» arttliig u :ii « !i-i1 oil the i.inr.neft for .ln.ile feit:l.tj of soil ai.d lieaaliliil M.r r. J lii,i ^

1

AUTOMOBILES

ft5

llt'l

ii:«ri

Ik

t'j

Coloaut will eommuniette well 'epHw to the ail

iiy

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I

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n;av iiuil tlicir Colooi»t. ABd

at

NSAK

rr.

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You

OmuUm

duincL

Ueicii

Problems

Busint:>N

Solved for [XJT.

.

BoYS WORKINU? IK No \ TharoutUir _ •p t« dau In rtarr nt t c U oak rIoor^ (imia^o islai/d lo work on and improve iiliili. tiled bathroom floor, hut aintd bruiil.lil > u r uundlnsi. Naar whart, Ir (lANN NAVAI AKCJIITKfT !)K lilfd .'itBl.iiM H>i,:i tiy tjLlildfl »liri » irijul« jitiLB.I. »i„rii. i.oitl* and poatofricr Cod. «ni1 ulliiii >*,!i[.: irnJijiiablB (f»s UO lioM of puttlni Ihr tir^t mairrials >iiO aalmou and herrini tor the inthina woi umantlilp Into his housri 'Ihfy *p«ah H;/rr1rtt rHar. und vrou^^ i)he»'.Hr>! 'ii for t)iem»eUfs hrr sunu- UuWl ^^v^!l IhB »hootlLi« B'.Htlli^ mnl M li h riUiAUK YUUU t'HJUiK^T KOWUUAI UH »«u. Juat at tood aa naw. Tliu buoaalMvi Ixllcr i\inr. (•aliiriid [l\ '.run-'.''^ Hi;. «< 1- iMMfli Ml JfgW Wit;. >»yWP»f*i Mfetrtt wmtolm 8t« reoau mmmt Mar, . srvM:, fiuliL niitiitu.it lo: at iptUIra for t«» more. TiMra is « rioii ni'iro- und ulnr BAVi MteV> CMMV nVt Tlnsbared. level laud, tiahi Bvini room, with > lirir n'l nxmi tio»ii lo the avtento iiier itr Oti :i. Iwa KOod bedi M»niK A l.ttftf homes Hubert 7S f tmTmtti OST uiuupsr

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M.IO OUTBOAKI) ENUINK. I'lBHFR

Subschbei$

V)^^

Busy Readers—Property for Sale or Trade

for (Cuiillnu«

To Out-of-Town

77

2

.Science begins to believe the speed r iiehi is not cotiatant Only this

to^b^ looQsy eo hs won t have tojcan explain the Uetener who

^ft1^^^

AiTM

Qaerf Icii

QsMlra

fliaikwi,

Um

a.

Top point

^

Wench

<

FRAKR BWCOE

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"ithln Breast bona.

Door elaap

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-

,

THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA,

20

B.C.,

FRIDAY, AI^IL

•mm

the .^Ik whs h Hendn)n and he had CHAPTER XVIII mounU'd on Uieir .swiveU al ttie HoBjr lUppad from the f ivdace to From llU'in edges of the (amp ihe trouDd. ¥Uid«tlH M^l Tiajrlar, could he .sliol Int^i Llie air llw awful watchinff. expected at anr blast that had propelle<,l 11m- Ark hiin stHKKtT or .Ntuidder at fftU 1(1 whlih melted .space, and Hut he did tliroogh wrilhiiiK L<> tt"* earth every metlil except the single subThfK' wa.s n<» filKlit (>i\ his lai nut T^tance adtti which tbay were lined wa,s hji ki d aiul expri's-Mon -111;. iha .aaareat of thesa anglaea of Ht- .vnlftiil in He hwiattti blank flight so expediently OMUle into tbe air CAUtlously alter expelllxiK Uic machines of defence, was a couple

be had held. Then Im drew of hundred yaftis away, and now. a.s tuBgful. dtip l y. eoun««M»ly !h.- Ihru nude li.i lnv for it, they ie« beyond nolleed a ^roupinK ol Uie Uilip, UllHe stood con.wiou.s lorms that titd tta own the cIiffH fiinnid him to die. significant story. Willi iiiK. hlill i>i cMiiiiahly. lie looked iit the !\»o liit-n whn ttcrr Several of the men seemed to and hUUChcd his lilni wntihiriK hava been on the way to the great N.i' if 1) sllouiilris if, tube when they had qpllapaed. had liappeued so far. "Yoa see?" gasped Tony; for the

la

i

PERMANENT 75

vottt^

FACIAL HAIRCUT

£»0

MANICURE

?f>

MONTHy

8

MOLER

lb

It was

now were running;

three

an

atl.i'k' to get tne

;il.u

wai pantiUK.

i

\^

"Doant aaom

SPECIALISTS

to b«

going!"

]y?"

"What thear askad Taylor. "Who knows? Soma plague from

t

UF

AKVtU BtAK

lil

Feiuljic He Mi|(bt Sailer of AboMmt ieefe

Iiidbui

FMe

wlilch ha<1 api>arently Starved

death the prevuxis Winter."

>

Plan Surveys of TuriU> Mountain

PRICES

He

aifiit to

aUa

to ttB

Outttandiag Valuta at

48

Um

Slacks of good (|uality Sanfor-

w wtet

to do."

ized cotton in a choice of

24 to 30-inch

o i^heck

Si/r.s

sale,

I'ruo,

wai.st.

Printed Silk and Crepe Dresses with long or half sleeves, organdie trunmed. All new necklines shown. Sizes 14 to 38. Un

v% liitf

navy, tan. ^mccii or red.

a

same

in

quality

and

ow.

navy,

a

for

wcnucn and

polka dot patterns, of crepe and sheers. C d.iis aic

misses, silk

finger-tip and three Sizes 14 to 42 MMtto Dept.

and

black

Ensembles

Silk

clioice of saxc. tan, preen, ycl-

MM

$7.95

each

.sale,

A

24 to 30-inch waist

sizes

ciicli

Pruited Silk and GeorgPresses, shown in striped and plaid desigqs and some in plain colors. Stsei 14 to 44. On .Smart

ette

^1.85

pair

-Shorts

iMtaUttrgist Jay en his side oif«r hla ha«d. There

with hla

$095

and

Price,

1

Drei>t)CS ON SALE AT THREB

Shorts

Tony threw a switch, and a faint Other Peoplet fiooM death c«rona glowed along a heavy cable. wave froM tha akyf IM"* look at Ihe air crackled softly. "Our them." power-station's working," he said The first person they approached, with satisfaotlon. "We can give as they went slowly toward the this tuba the 'gun' when we want cajnp and Its motionless figures, to. Tott know how to give It the wa£ Jeremiah Post the metallur- gun. Peter?" gist. There was no proof that Post "I know," said Vandnttdt calmly. was the first to have been affected "Then you stand by; and give it by this prostratloa. Tlicy happened upon him first; tliat was alL

him twice. With one hand X pulled him out Our dog went Into the den and found the bones of another b<-ar

4141

Silk

Tony stood

five.

Togy.

DOOM

S

P.M.—Phone:

Spaciai Purcbaaa ol

and

hey saw It and tried

ti.ije

the

Um

Saturday, 6

!

COLLECE

BEAUTY

P.M.;

Slacks

Two men, !n'l<. <.)tli lei.siiieiv hikI calm. dead. They're all tbe same they're The three s'.ixk! onLsiile lonether sleeping." effects, watcliing each other lor "Oo you see Dodson? Hay* fou «f seen Dodson anywhere?' ^ each waiting for some uiness to attack himself. "No; fon want Dodioii. aHwelai-

IDWY>75

-

l.i>lni

Two minutes

fWWTMb

GUARANTEE

tM

|'t:.-

tensely.

HARCILTO

iiaNCfO<

1

Women's

ft

A minute passed. men inM'le llie

OUR

PUKIS ARC KAMNAMf

UNDtR^ DIRECr-

Wednesday,

P.M.;

to 6

braftth

A Hvht-wlnd fram

fUPtRVHION'

A.M.

9

STORE NEWS FOR TODAY

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It

Store Hours:

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TEA

75

1934

DAVIDLIMIT eo

Exceit in Quality and Flavour

m

27.


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length.



Itt

Sj^l. lt>

pair.

»!!)liticA'

aportsw—r.

l*i

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8AULT 8TE MARIE. Ont,, April 36

— An

legend coming down from the years before the white man titxl the wlide o( Algoma was responsible for tbe district death of a Batebawana bear In Its den, laet January, aeoordlnc to Jobn Tawablnsie. a full-blooded OJlbway He killed the bear after trapper. It had emcrerd from Its hlbomatiriK quarters. Unable to obtain food, the animal was starving to death.

(CP).

Indian

Damonitration of

PRANK. Alia. April 26 iCP).— belni? ff)rmnlat(d at the request of the Alberta ( lovernment for a survey of Turtle Mountain by imada. A the geodetic survev geologists' report nuliraies another slide Is a possibility and would endanger the town of Frank, scene of disaiter in Itn when a giant rock Plarw ajc

Friday Footwear Bargain!

'

dlsplaeement

demi.

swqtt

Wabasso CoLlua Fabrics



buried

Continuet Today and Saturday in tha

many homea and took a heavy "A long time a«o, before the white death toll. came, two Indian famlllss During the Summer, members ot llvlnc dose tocether between the geodetic survey from Ottawa will Ifekatlna and the Montreal River." establish precise level bench marks

Suples Department

man

VV omen's

were

related

"It

Tawafatnslt.

t^tis

a

Winter something Hke the present rnr; fcxxl wa.s rcarrc. and there was a famine anions the Indians. "One nlRht a bear came out of Its den. hungry; fotmd thf traclcs of an Indian, atid foU'.ucd them Tlio animal broke into the rabln. k:' the Indian, his .sqviaw and two pooses and departed" Another Indian fovnd the family dead. '

la

Uie reason

I

of

the

mo

check where a mi pected and In an

:j

.

'



and

'

i



>

i

i

.sus-

this bear and kiUed It." .'aid TawaMnsle who. with Frank Cadreau,

the gim. "I'll

Bedtime Stories

muttered. Taylor turned him over; and

bllt

i^ignal

W. BURGESS

was a great deal of dneaslthe big barn where the Rats lived Would Billy Mink return, or had he Just made a dhance vLsll and Rniie .somewhere in

Robber

The

urev old lead(*r of the sure that Ihllv would refv-'lt He was too anxlou.s to eat. and, you know, when a rat's appetite falls he must be very much disturbed indeed.

elss? rais turn.

grey old leader needle.wly frightened, and they went about their

were limp like Poet, and like him, lying in a strange, profound stupor. "The sleep of one of them soomed, somehow, less deep than thai which

and gnaw-

ing holes wherever there .seemod a chance of flndlnK a new food if iKitlmiR had hap.supph', ,|iisi Howe\er each hole Which pened. led Into the l>arii was continually watched by sharp eyes. Those rats "Hell probably sleep aU thawht tha gray aid did not intend to be taken by aur-

held

.-I.',

a second time. Rats prefer the hours of darkThey hate the light of day ness. Perhaps that U becauJie their deeds prlse

Ro. when are deed.s of darkncsn davllRht came most of the rats re-

turned to their

tvd.s to .sleep Only underneath the barn where it waa dark did any of them roniim.r to run about seeking what mischief thay might get inta

WANTED IN

EVERY

HOME

r

t

what you can do lony pointed to the the camp. "I'll look

'.ee

iiie

A New

some more of the people; aiKl what happened to Hendron— and Xve—and Raasdell and Dod-

over

free.

Young

see

Dodson's the one to

son. If

he^

Coiisclcttc

us,

we can bring him to." He had caught command again tmind

"I

over

Tony moved back alone. girls

At his

into feet lay

and women

tl.e

Nil

Hack Corselette o^ peach cotton with shaped

top. long

Back feature whicli prevents ndiiiK' up, lacrd and deep adjustable inner belt that also laces. Tins model is exceptionally good for the figurf that is vrrv Price f 6.60 full through the hips and abdomen. .\u

iiip,

sltjlit-

ut

—utterly In.sen.slble In their .stuix)r He could do nothing for them but recognize them.

this

Craft and Othar Notad Canadlg« MalMfs

"Peter Rabbit"

sleep dropped

He wanted

assure

hlm.solf

fftooT

By Fashion

He did not find S«e Hendron. Where was she. and how? Had some?

Suits

sides

camp

de.af

less.

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A

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part

fine

newest

for

m;;

of the it

post

but neltlvr could be rou.sed from

In.sensihle

women

more than

.

he.

aad

A

of his che.st almost Imperceptible. "Feel anything funny yourself?" Tony challenged Taylor aoroea the Tony shook I")eratlon got a aaieU of it dosing fecU sleepy, regardless of whether ago ha
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"So Poor a Ghost," by Edward Thompson

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It

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to

lie

No; X

tMak oor

low."

beat plan lay motionless, Hkt the othan^ the speck rapidly eatarged. CK» Be Coottauedl

Tony and Peter Varderbilt moved Tony shook Dodaon. JU bfought proves my treatment may have water and doused him. He found helped Dodson and not killed him toward their radio station; and they were debating there what to Dodaon's medical kit and tried to —we might try it on the othera." do, F.vr nnfl when their dilemma was solved nr^l spirits Tlipy pulled TVxIson make him wallow Rromatic and whisky. Dodson RAn.sdrll out into the op-jji air and for them. The sound of a plane of ammonia Both dimly to hU ears could How, laid th'>m on the ground; they oar- came stepped out of the radio station and Tony jrrked about, as he hrard rled out Hendron too. lay down on thr grotind whfrr vissomeone move. It wa.-. Vnndertillt Nothing remataicd to do; so they every tlon was In dlre< ion unhamwho had left his pout at the tube sat watetalDg the foraa that pered. Tony saw Taylor slimiplng 'Nothing s In sight out there," not otberwlae did I

.Mannin

..

"Win any of them come to?" "Only time will tell. Then.

a window, " think



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Today

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in

are

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In this special showing; are Harris tweeds, whipcords, all-wool cloths in a variety of shades and patterns, such as check.^, stripes and fancy weaves. Newest styles for 1934 as well as standard models. Superior cloths at a low price. -Maa-s OleUilae. Mala new

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day,"

I

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tile.

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Dodson had crumbled over a taUe. There Was a pen in his hand, a paper in front of him. Cloth—Tony saw that the cloth was from dresses—had keen stuffed around the door. In a bedroom lay Hendron. the ri.se and fall pletely

t

Sides

nvn and

motionles.s.

Men's

With Lftcad

himself and his .uilons; Taylor already was obeying him; and Vanderbllt took his place at the tube. <

"

But the younger rats thought the bustne.v, of steallnR food

n

into death for to find Eve. to that she at least breath^xl as did the.se others; but he realized that he should first of all Irwate DfKlson r)od.M)n. if he could be aroiLsed. would be worth a thou.sand laymen. Then he recollected that he had last seen Dodson in Hendron's dwelling. Tony rushed to it and llang open the door; but "Or like anetheiia.' what tey beyond H halted him. Vandcrbllt. He found Bve. She lay where "Is he coming out of It?" ifhe had fallen, face forward on the "He's far under now, VaadetWlt desk; and Ransdell lay slumped becommended. "If he's been further side her; Hls left hand clasped under, who can say?" her right hand; they had been overLet's look at tha nextl" come together. Botli of them Near by lay two women; the three men exambxed them together. They breathed slowly; but they were com all

Poet'a breast three men atartad. heaved. Tony Itnelt beside him and opened Hearts shirt. "Breathing I his " beating—regularly. He's "Only uncoaacioual" Taylor ex claimed. "I was going to say." Tony replied. "U s as If he was drugged

Tliere

ne&s

I

north corner of

>

THORNTON

Canada

Men's and

anything appears over-

If

.Jaek,

lii.id'

were afraid the bear would visit In the night Tawablnsle and Cadreau had been UILMVTOKM, iMk. (OP)/-Jfllm visiting their tntm when they came Wlshert admitted today he was nil.<;upon the tracks of the animal. taken when he thought wives. When they stopped, the bear ap- old debts, could be outlawed alter Tawahiasle manproached them seven years. aged to unlcx)M> hl.s Run but. a.s he The misunderstanding was cleared did so. the animal di.'iapix'ared In With thnr kriins free, up when Magistrate W. C. Scott He sniifcd the air cautiously alter the bush. numal to Its sentenced 1dm to serve six months expelling the breath hi had held. the men trnckrd 'i for blRamy, John Wlshert separated den. under an old pine log. .Seven He stood titers—waitinc, presum/"I looked In an
By

Sparling, af tbe

eoal

Finds Wives Not Like Old Debts

The Danger



Blainnoro.

them

Little

Admission

followed

had a trapping cabin nearby. They

A.

F.

-Miss SparliuK will display made-up garments on living models, under the auspices of the Ladies' Auxiliarv, 'ritannia Branch. B.e.S.L., in their hall, 715 View treet. today at 2:30 p.m. l^adies cordially invited.

Oxfords

l.s

mMtj

Miss

of

Grey or Brown Buck Oxfords with sh.jwl tongue. Lcatlier snUs fd»R and rubber heels. Sites 3 to 8. Real snappy-looking shoes at a "givc-thcm-away" pricci Today, a pair

e

of it^ residents woric la

Direction

Wabasso Cotton Company

To ng'ue

^

mines and destroyed hi ine (,| :ki is, today .\;n, but a hanil a (ew .stores and residences. Most '

the

Shawl-

will

is



>ip the of the iih.uhiain, .soi7ie stability 7,600 hlRh. L
fields of

AFRAID OF NIGHT VISIT "That

top

nil

Uader

;i

amMmnuL

and #

wklt finb

Provldhif for tha future and worrying over It things.

An aged couple had been

front of the Are a ' speaking. At lanftk tkt uneoosdousquired wear |da

sttttef "

m

breathed bat 'Taykir move, and watehlag the rtcy. Three into an attitude of vanderbUt aaki cakBly. -mm* stays on waMt I a«|M ta be aierc hundred yards away, Jaek Taylor about?" ISO in hare." Then hia eye ea«^ the gnat of stood at tils tube watching them The wife replied; "I was juet ''What eaa yoa def" Tkaqr de and the sky. and A spoek far awaf. Be thlnkbig the arattered. tbe pbuM. how long we had lived t»> msoded aenselees, sleeping people gether and that it couldn't go oa Igr "I'm two-thtrda of a do^ar—tor "Our other campl" aaid Vender "ver like thla, and the time wiu aoea fV St aid, snywny Viuni'Tbllt ssld. but. "What do yoa sappost Is hapwhan orac one of ua vfB have to u^/><1 to sp^tifl a lo*, of time at / go Mnrtiul, nisybe " Whllr pen tr ti'ifi> "«iS Yes assented }he oM aMa, ii* '.;">kf l;i<^ slo»- msual words, lie •Tvr iii-ru thinking of that, of By rrKxiem voporTrinsr no aie n.«iiv>tis Icil (Ui(l hid course. said Tony We ought to ointment lusrf niVitm ttom." t>een working ,

ds Checked

I

•'

"

I

over

the

physician.

warn them by radio; iMt if we did warn the eneov tM^ be d ;

"I gave htm a hypo of caffeine and we'd stryrhnkM and .dtgllalta that woaM have reased a dead eliplHal. Mel

4

^

V

'

s rs

Visas

WA

-nc." was the. reply, "bat I that when it does hap« I would liha la fo (o Oallfonia

lua

pea

1934
English