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VICTUKIA, BKillSH COLL MBU, SUNDAY,

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Prince Henry Here After Fulfillinf^ His Mission to Juyun

FIFTY-TWO PAGES

JUNE 2, 1929

CU

Tomorrow

64th Birthday

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CniLF PLACE

VANTAGE POINT

No One Arrival ofDnke of Gloacester in Victoria After Recent Interesting Ceremony in Which Emperor Hirohito W.1S Invested With the Order oi the Crowds Greet Royal Visitor Increase Gartec

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of Asia. Be haa taken up his reiiclence at Ooveni«^ vhcra hs vlB nmaln untu vanrouTpr to start a letflovdy tour acron Canada.

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w»r learned yesterday aJLeniocn that he would luOl for BontliBmiHoo fnxn QurbPf on July 8. \ battery of motion picrtura and of crowd a tantc and cariiFTM still pi-unuM,

it

IIBEI IS DUE

cltlxens vreeted the PrlnrTB's arrival at fUthet's i^ers ye»tenl«:f morning

KtuTylng by the large cmwd. Prtncr

wM

Mwiry

eaoorted to tl*e Llcuu-nrar find ppraona;

ah^re

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to

ntf

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will sp*?nd fo»ir fiutcl

lu-^Al

Dr. Sven Hrdin, Nolcd Central Asian Authority, to

Arrive on Presidebt Taft From Orient

Randolph Bruoe^ attended

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particularly intenaled in the -^rovtonal Mujieiim «pent »nd the archives where he coutderalile time. Follovlna lunch FTlnce Henry 'Colwood OoU thf played (Tolf ftt evening uid Country <,'lub Tn tHe mfitrnml rininpr wa« held »t ,Mi were Tliere (iovrmment Houbc. Tlic party r.nlv a frw Inrltwl By»»t5 remain here until Tuc«Uy will

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producU amounted to

131.364 081.

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of

Hta MaJsetT The

a d'x-rrw of t304.6M. while Inmi forrtKn pntn'..'^ are at $4J80.06l. an incrf-ase of t3l«s,977 over the previous yearAs an oQm^ to the increased value of ImportaUons. a sattafaetary feature of agricultural prodnetUm is CanHund an rage 2. Colama S

Bven

Andan

Hedln.

Decline of Aiirient Greek Race in Quality o f Stock h Ascribed to EpuU niics

who

dxty-roar years of age. Is inBldent of the Rogal Swedish Academy of Sdeacea, and resides at Stockholm. He began hU is

Asiatic explorationx upward.s of forty

Persia"

Definite Feeling of Reassur-

ance as to Condition of King Is Manifested After

larpuaKM T5bpl

Tow^ar

ResulU Asia"

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Physicians* Visit

FAMILY GATHERS FOR HIS BIRTHDAY

The aOWalKn Is cheerful dseplte '18M>. his rsoewad affUetlon after his long nine Winter of lUneas. His bed t» mounted on rubber wheels nn.i .-Tin riwilv be moved from rorn«r -u j^rn-T nf

"Central A-sl,i and language'

Tlbef (IWM);

ti«

ieiiu!.r

his big

bedroom

Tower

in VirtorL,i

lo

a Journey tn central catch the sunshine A military band (1880-lKa>. containing sU in the caitUe ground-i playR his favof

mapn:

volunm of teat and two orite airs. volume.4 two "Trans-HlraalarC'* tonight staled It was officially riBoa>; "overland to India" ufiiO). that he had paseed a good day and with a third tohmia later in 1913 of that his condition oonUaues saUi" the iwa series; "From Pola to Pole factory. His physlelans vteltcd hhn (101ir. *^th the Oennaa Armlee for half an hour and one of them the WMt" (lil»); "The War explained the ab.-c'efl.i on his chest in Vlcuina and Vicinity: ItoHrala to Aiiaiti-t ItuMla" (191&I; two books which had devrloij'd and broken, frt»h south and we*t wlndL pM^y on 'Irnk. and Palostine." in 1917: and reported (hat ii ooanues to cloudy, etauooanr or hlcaal- lam- •.s,)u!hriii Tibet," nine volumes of drain naturally paaature. I«xt nnd three maps <19t7-1932>. Thr thant'MflvinH i«emr' for thr "Mount Ereresl '1033); "From Pe- rrcovpry of the Kin^i, -rliednl^d for 8«« Wieai 4iia a'etoek. Saa laCt t^W a'olMk. king to Moscow** 419341; **My Life June Ifl. has been inrl^-f i:it.ely post*n%c aa an Baplorer- (ItM); aad poned brcaii.'^'. alfhoiitth no comGrand Canyoo oT Artaona'* Uf35>. pUcatlona were looked lor. the reOn this oecaaton Dr. Sadta la ac- cofeiT of Bis Malaaty will probaUy Sparto oompanlad by Dr. R> BamaL alM a nqulra some Uma Tt was sUted. T'jily Chcmainu* wins fmm CarM*Lt weU-kaown asplom «( ttMaana na- bowerar. that the monarch The tlooahty. loc arrangemrailA Police able to attend to such impirrtAnt Oolonlat Unrde race wHl br stale duties aa nay reaolt from the AU dapaftwaim adeqiMta. bw i a

Sunday, iune l^.lrd

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August phillifs hit nve hcRiers hi i«aD6pAtblatka and pirates. utg yankew «tn. nianta taka Cube

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ConnervaUve ministry driwnda the fwwwj»r which the ftnjg^a WlU begin, bat the Liberal party Ja the fulmmi for the ceaammsntal laev. whether tba OiBiaarfBll*«a or Uw

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tjovcmineni oi GovcniE— Presence ol rrescnce and Municipal Officials

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MAYCHi'^'l nnoiJ CHARACTER OF AREA

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June 1. West KootMiay Ught St Power Company. Nine Umllod. ol Roasland. has staked \.t*f^\ and Pwlnrial— ^daaa River for development of 'rn ^ I'nnkT HiMiry mi' fUcd a .'lydro-^eetrlc power and ni iii.-iMljn (r^ butnc hLi way FALLS Cri'l, Will alia. June 1. water soUce at the waMT tfipart.lapan ^ cut was a ^southMUfeam irHwa^a nppartnient of AgnciiU'ir*- fUnres ment In the courthoaM ben. the outside *hf>w Inrrf-aw In cTporl. and Lome Campbell, manager and R P off frwn travel with import '^f tarm product*. Rrown. engineer of the rr.inpaiiy, world ronighL a* ndtirional rains Mrs R. P- Butrhart to fumifclly wen,' m the city Cainpb*>ll sent normally quiet streonu orar Mr Mpm new road to (lardeDs on fttaled they were carrying out the their banks T^mraday aXtarooon Cecil vartfT, -rtxteen, of Palis city, yy Rven HattLSOlad eagBorer usual prtx^wlure In «ich matters, by arrmnd, filing their m-a.'i drowned when he was swept rhf ciqr on ftaklnff n rf a uthor* oDa wavr notice and applying for powers. awBj by a wall of water which oorMonday _ . , DrabitML inpMlal nai Thr vatrr board tn due time would eiwd tbe highway eoutta of hare. favorable repOR fliada OH «a»dl- probably call a haarlnc elthce bar In. the Beeeue wvkara took aaany taealuon of Ktnf. Usa IMM thdr fanv homes tn tba CeSTwSTbatour and inteMr er Vtatarla fi imttth poliuoal »tfalr?i»u tuios towtaoda by any poftiuon altar alaotlon. f

When

of Tttwt (lied, ihr prlrfsta be.-irutm. Ui.ii aocordinic the spirit of the irod, Uvuig withm llffved.

-

A-ila," Issued in

in I8»fl,

In

vcnlurea

Buddha."

Ujna

i

PEST \mm

(IMD; "Journey TlirougU

Khorasan and Turkestan"

and in whom part of the soul of the god Buddha ts i-upposed to reside. An iT"^«t"g r
1

MUCU. RELIEF

«MaU.O<

and "Through

Wf

Tt baa bean decided to hnid the tANDON. JBoe 1.—Mr. Karatay opening of the newly pav^d MarXXuiakL lAbcr leader, declared rood from the West Raanich lim(\ today he would do ararythUi( withto Benvenuto on Tliursday aftrrin his power to prenmt tba naoasnooo at 3 o'clock. On Uiat occasion gaoanl aiaettoB sicy «C anotbar the ribbon which wlU bar the traffic wltbln tba naak two yeaia. on the road win be cut by Mra. R. I eaa prevent fit, there sbaQ p. Butchart. tanoe of the country by The event Is being sponasad be no dlgtni wUhtn the next two el ftfftil^ ao loinUy by the XMpartinant at PubyearaL" be told newapapennen. lic Works of the Proelnoe. imder He Raw nothing tn the present whose chaste the road waa coo- pohtioU Kituatton to necereltaJ* an strueted, and oC the munkipaUty of thought the of euriy election, and fr-i***". 'within the bounds nr:il farllamcTlt oiii^t lo laat Oecn which area the road ttea. longer than two years. ROTAL BIRTH ScttlrnirTtf Ptesdar Tolmle. whose interest tn tl» eeaalruetkm of the road has BELGRADE. Jugnabivta. .hine 1 been Tery marked. wlU be in at The rourt physlriar. lodAy hiimf*d to tendance and wUl take a part in th. Vrldn*., when- Que*"n Manr of Jiijro- short proceedlng5. The Prwnler haJi nnw rpAldtng in antlclpa felt Uiat wliJi the wondTfui spirit .< tor one Jane l^Tt*e ao)'sl Forest ot Dcan^ Tpit iLp reseni ad a present Chinese Oovemmaoi h^nda to attaoked by a mysterioos dlssase. yw. . LONDON, June I —The nci ParIn many parts of the rarest trees value of to.ooo.ono.ooa. l<>icn establish a aslnMgy In Ottawa to include thlrtr'vn women, liament WlU thoudying and pnanaturely are place of the gramt compared with ten in the last house. negollatlflne eaa be eooi•snds have iMd to be cut down. a» noon Nine represent the Labor party, DE8 MOIN5H. Iowa, June 1 forwas *(t«ted here by Mr IJ A vact central track d|E and one Three weck.^ u> the day alf r he ple(ed. H are Corjscrvatlvcs iire*" Trhuln. new ooiuiul-grneral to Canest has been nrtckenwlto the .ibf rai Qix of th«n are new mcm- had been driven from iv* Mdncs ada. foUowing his aiTlTal to Vaoplague- Trunks are orarfiPWII with -n-, of thean bafint mX in by rioting stud'^n..^ And rotten eitgV cotnrer today on board tba moas and fungus, thttr teaaches vj.<> lojit r^rhamenk ' Kairman of the ."miirlfl.'Xyr. T T lttn p r<«s of Asia. shriveled and {lyini: >!!-.': The thirteen s uu aai fnl fwixtlrta tas board Unt?cnlty. M new reprenentatlvf 1a npChina's '"' -t'" CUt belni The dliM^.^rti are: (ll«ii)p»'iiJ"<'d h^rc U/day tlmtstlr about the oiitlonk for ina 100 arrns flr.»n at th>' rat*' .,( BondfleW. 'Margaret Labor oi^e report has It that he waa creased 'radr tj^-twf^ hln mnntry V.'h'Tfvcr p.:>!yilbk t^vtt ^nf.s K^r i^-f •Jenn.r Lawrence. •Susan by ao unfriendly letter and the Dominion More wealth ackd arc l>pinK rfplanted. but large nuin- SKVEN NOT OF "EUen WUkinion. Dr Blhel Benth- muitadated of tba Xtt Kbn OMWa stable conditions, he said, wfirf frtMs Itaa bers of ^prurc and fir are being inLady Hamlli«n. Mary ran. am. cABnarr fOaa" baa many annwatotonoaa. rapidly increasing China's porchaaand these threaten to troduced Cynthia Mt»ley, r>r Mardm Phil- who bate nam- known Dr Shields Ing pow be ooMni-geoend waa edothe woods were replanted Immeto BrlUsb Uberal— Megan Uoyd Oadfta. pre»ei-.''J tn Kraduatlon .-(tudenis at [e^ted In China, Parts and at lifirdiately after the Napoleonic wax* •Member of laat House. closlrR ri'Tf y-t-s. have disappeared p/jg^ Univeralty. Be has to provide timber for a future ruiry. retwxiod woman ware lour Only that the ultratoo. a* fvidf-nf of the Chinese The origin of the dlaeaae. which LONDON. June I.—In alt eight of In the general slefHlune al IM^ Bw fUDdamen:ali':i i< still carrying oo secretary Is obscure, heart rot. ParlH and was a« known k Pramler Baldwtnli mUdstefs met de- others bebifl letui aad at his Ogbt with the university presi- at BingK-ftrbut tnvrsLHrations tend to ^how that polls, altboogb only one the feat at dent and faculty, which would not lYmnected with 'he atia'it.'. .f of thaae wan of caUnet rank. Bght of the ten who sat In tbe stay "ftrsd" alter he had illylaaeil oak-leaf fungus and the uak-lcaf stood dlfaotved jutt It became known tortav 'hut Blr Parliament iwa la now batad catarpHlHr. the •gain on Thijn*dav nl! w^^tinne re- theoL The ittl Wmiam Cope. Comptro'.'omdaiitad en a aawrt order, aatttog ' Bayal Houx«hoid. srui election, except \fr\ Wait^T^ Runcl- aslda X>r. BWddT iWmliial tfdar Solicltor-Oenemi man. Liberal, who tranaferred from niuu after the Party Cornwall, to Tavistock land, had failed Uy •tenirf rieinion. St. Ives. Mr Norniand !i*vt br«'n appointed Drvon. Mrs Rnnrlman. the wife of to tba hatai Vlanr Crttah only rrcroLly Uj i>Ia ponl and did not Right Boo. Walter Bundman. who cmp ra^ara ag Bie Ckoadten Ma\anoon. Jmm l^-candldataa tt have a seat in the iMt ParUameoL was deetaA Id at. ivas. was me LOB AirO EI JC^, J .1 fie 1 .—Ray- lliiiial Ifnaaia epaty Bpee Hope. F aoJ. nwnertrehle dght Log Angai Oae. rooet Taabel Oaes. aad dUaia^ Cbe suotMB in the ataMoB. or ttHO aeaiea t,rr^t^mt tn Om laat houee, who had sat for vaa ttaat of Barbara Ooold. Uw eiety girt pnboMy falnlly tajarad. Practir»ny aU poh Cwtral Bbaaald Unoe laoa. was da- tabor eeiethlito In Neraicn. Ch^ hfre today is the crash of an alr- M&Ditoba and lissiiv* trf-^-an rwrnrt Waltharm^ow. sir MTa Ooidd was dcfean^ by ptaoB tbey were operaUng Miss ffenenU ralnCalls w"in«' Tmm «. tmr la yet to be fwisd In Beat Bamar Orven wood's old .de- i^grd C. Orteblon -Stuart. Oonsem- a waolthy Lm Angeles mere&ant while oonjplett(ty ended to ansna us*, of mmiw«r» ii itsed visuu list Tne [i The Tba Oto-operatlew had nw m*mhrtd itp autfU ar» h»>*nr tn ottvn f«a»ed u Rt Hon Btr Arthur Bhe and prominent In socUl artlvWim. dl^rMa ttwtu tn a trtanrular r«mt^ beia hi the iMk rarflamem and their for 8lr poiw mor^ than 1 «0 vobw mor^ r-rt-iTi-d a fi-artnrM «tirtl. rnmhed on amrnjnt nf tArmr^ MaJtlaoi, MtnUt^ of rtaiim In the rvn ih^f flba ) wild oat geiiiil na f inp m> thag J Badow. tba alMat aad eesan lamiralkaai

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Tha Later leader dedand he would nee rrery oonce of tnOaonoe ba poaaeaaed to prefetai aoother elecUim for two yean. OlM Labor party, wtal* In t yaara haa tnceeaaad tCa nata tKan two to aar. la tlia a tfeo>aet in the new House, bat must And. with oaUytng dlvLtlorLt. yet unreported, twenty-onr »ippiir!'T.' among other elements of the ilmue in order to

BE

the two-ytjar-oid Mongolian

him. had beai reincarnated In the soul (tf a haby bom the aune day. Bearoh waa at oooe oommenced throughout Mongolia and Tibet for a child bom vrtth marts upon the June 1 vBriUah United Proas*.—••Wban wa co»m to body which the prtesU held to tw racial lead to a proof that It had been chosen by which rnn.sidrr thfe pUbologlcal causes Pot months the (junst BuddtUL decline, wc find that It Is due, not 80 much to "cmB tonna went on 'jn'n the present Infant and dacisiamig It, as l^m-i >f rpidcmlc disease sweeping over a cniintry g,,!. -!v-overed It lo wldrsprcnd epidemic dL.ra.'-.e which, lingering In a coantiT, Prom now until i-he rfav of tils undermines tiie de.*th he wtn be treated r:cvetly as r.iti-jc". A hlRh deatJi rate of lt.B ynur.K P'wple. and N Khing wUl be physically a god would be health oX the adult* ao that Lhey Uil to reproduce denied him except libera, for It If strong dwe il anta." decreed Uiat the Holy lama ahaU wnrda that ffir said, a change had taken place tn ahfays icmalD a vlrtaal prtaoner. It waa tn had deNO women are aUowad to attend Thomaa OUwr. *k*prtlnc Which Have Madr '^AUv- of iirprcf Tven today 40 per cent oi prlent^ All day a v™uh nv
go in Pemia and Mesopotamia, and whrn It wUl procewl to jVattcoum for a number of years engaged In on the regular cosatwtoe «*««n«^_ expIoraUon of the unknown plateaux Prince Hemr'i lUaerari tadudee of Tibet, Turkestan and Bokhara. near WINDSOR, Jtine 1.— A definite a fishing Irtp to- Paul Uike, In 1903 he became a Swedish feeling of relief cbaractniaed the there riiacn T Jona KamloopB, oo flroeeed to noble, and In IMB the Indian Oov- news and comment on the lUneas of HU Royal Blghoesa wlU Horse emment. invested him with the King George taolght following IssuBanff and Uke the Kicking During thin(. he win world of letters for his books on exManv membtfs of the royal famHy Calgary. Imm whr \\ and ploration. Among them are: "Jour- arc expected to Join Queen ftbry at litiach W*ica of viflil Prince ney Tlirough Persia and Mesopo' the casUe in oalehratlod of ihe eetamla and the Caucasus'* •1887): caslon, oven If Uw anulvanarjr mukt "King Oscar's Bmbaasy to the Rhah be apsoti QHlattr.

Coloi^ist

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Dr. Badln,

tlOB

1.'

who

Sir Aurel Stain the r«r

expedition, liar; highest rank among modern explorers, based on careful and detailed maps, lake soundings, hydrographic, feogxaphlc. meteorological, and other inrasUgatloas.

U

LONDON.

Kei^ond

him

Kfatg

aiuwer U:> the question of the England which la: "OoaU-

aiaottair

boy who has been creeled Itoc -Great Immortal WhMe Lama." tha spiritual head of mUUons of AsdaUOi

an

$22J94 over the year Imports from oiher prm'mcAs U>27 in Canada are valued al 116.284,in JJO. aji conrpannl with $H!.M8.703 mrrfR5^'

supplied La-

hour

bor'n

skeletons and monsters, and lulled U) sleep by trumpets and googa. the most remarkable child in the world. .Mr<»rdina to a di^pftt^li rwichtn^ London, ha-s Jusi b^-cn given hi.^ godfirst public prracntatKjn as a

le-

PROLIFIC W RITER ON E XPLOR^ TIOISS

ecmmandint MtWary Dto- shares with No. II. wd UreU-OttL O. R.

forenoon.

I

gra^n.^

fniita,

annual

dar year 1928. At the same ume there are deenaass reooeded in potatoes, honey, hops and tcliacco. agricultural of Imports Total

,rb ord of having conLrtbuted most ex ivarks VC, paid the rcaprctii of lacMlw^ to the exptaratioo of thf mni!;\ry ihr mini nr.- to EnfflanttR gmTenth Gantoal Asian plateau in ihia f'rinc- *tir. Ls capUin otl the eratlon, will arrive here on the President Taft tomorrow morning. Noted Af'rr ^,u^,hll.^hing hlm:»lf at OOT- as geographer and travclrr. hli work rrnmrnt Hnu-sr tiw Prlnoe Ttolt«d la Tibet in 1«99-1!M», durlnK hU late the Parliament BuOdliiff-i In toe ra.riK-.l for t

produ. uv

poultry

meats,

products,

Ifxldcr* In the

ABnculix>n or the Dcpartinen', ot calenlurc lor the Province for U\e

"

Rrlgadltf

mrer

dairy

Ramsay MacDmald

June I.—Guarded by

nywikm, given death's head raito devu ttea to play with, treated a.s dances by worshippers dressed

oi

vft'.upd

Mri Bv i.rerr.-GCATERNOB Honor ueqteparit-QOTemor Til Roti«'rt

livestock,

piwducUon

imiKirtA

cUys

wUi Irf" nn pubtb- rrcrpUoc or f-nfuf'-mrnlA arra CKjed, at hi*

llifr*-

it.

LONDON.

are

increases

the

in

1937,

unt-Oovminr's

uhKkrd



Ad(;>ted shown

^ni* (wnvSi^ Cluiiida

oriirinaiiv

Revise

Hitherto

Valuations

SUBSTANTIAL



lelMircly

iMan waa

June 1.— The standing of the partir;^ \,\U- tonight. Wltb nine results still unreported and one election deferrwl.

LONTOVI.

fOUowi: Labor 387; ConaervaUves 2S3: Liberals 57. others From Now Tin Death NothAU three ma}or political parUaa vent Into tbe trenches tonight for lllg Is lo Be Denied Him, a post-electiao campaign for power. After tlM cortUeit Section Found in the history ol the country, with eipanaw nnmlnt tot»»ailon» Except Liberty of dollars. Great Britain totind ttaelf today witb a new Hboae of After Long Search Comraon.s, but no majority govcmraent capable of directing'

Recording

of

rarm Stock Will

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w

rmra havtng been aJlayrd t/i thFanditlon of hH fkUiflraa Uw receipt o( cablecnmt tram Wlndaor OuUe on bis ARtral ber^ Prizwe left frae to cunsldw » Henry

mnre

StnUegUts Are Studying AU PossibUiUea fl.

New System

for

ttie

Is

— PolUicfd

realcd as Deity

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REGARDED AS UVING BUDDHA

IS

EXPAND dln-rt.

Form and

to

Maintain Government in Power in BritainControl Can Members of Other Partie» Sccore in Return for Support* Is Ask.e4

Head

of Millions of Asiatics

Canada News From Windsor Makes Leisurely Tour Possible EXPORTS FROM

iMlace djurint; hi.s vrat in ilu- Japanese cftpltal the i«irnnse of invrstlnK Empenir Hirohllo with the Orclf r of Uie Oartcr. Prince* Henry. Duke of Oloucestcr, t.hircl son abfjard or the Kln« and Queen, arrived here yeaterday moraltig

Infant

Sol e( ted as Spiritual

Products Imported Into Columbia From British

(ramltruartcl

Enough

Party Strong

Wbat



COMING

POWER

STRIFE FOR

NEW

BRITISH PARTIES BEGIN



*2

Job Prinltaff

Gout, and

ruing on

Members

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m

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poMMy ftwlTiMa»«

mmna

TTTF DATr

Need a Pair

You'll

And

WK CASST

cannot do brtler than buy

yotl

them «t poHar oC

LAUIBB'

PURE

mtitB

SILK

Wm.

where

"Cathcart's."

C^Tttig better valnct ffvidence just now.

*lfl

wo Iwve

courvft ihc beach

sTocxmos



khocs for

New

Canadian Train

ao

Of

Page

and

1

the large Increase shown in tbe value of exports. It la eitlnuMed that tbe total Of esporta lor (he year ummmttm to $1M384I94. thu e&ng an bkcrease of $1,512,985, or n.ia per cent, says the report compiled by Mr. Q. 11 Btewart. statistician ot tbe department The report whirh hA.s toiii pr^parrd thu yar dill'-m Ii 'mi tiuL murh h'- [lian past years in

pri. r'l

wlM

Cathcart Co., Ltd. Phone lias

1208 Douglas Street

,1

1929

2,

DEVELOPlNfi

the

u

<>port

pApubrly

atl

SUNDAY. JUNE

Of PROVINCE

Your Vacation

1

B.C.

Bird s-Eye View of

of

Shoes for

''Best''

V COLOMST. VICTORIA,

i

50e-75e-«1.00

ZONE CABS PHONE 2900

t

has been adoplrd oi glvlnii Uu' luial actual valurs "f iiKrlrultuial pn>'Ilic figures ducUori r.ji '.I.. > Riven abovi m tj4 -'"fl on this ,•

principle

Dprmg

SMM

the paxt twenty years or

ttp table showtng (ffoduetton

«i n«^knlinals has included each year tiM UiMkl value of all {am stock Ui eipeeU ve of wbetkcr tbe XlUff'B rwmrry. pSiinncd for June IB. animals were prodnoed that year, bye been UKlvfuutely pmlponed. carried over frwn prevlQUs yeera A bullcUn Lsj^uM by his phy&lctans In this way the capital Investmen; at Windsor said In such animals was cocnpilrd sa "His Majeaty the King pasMd a "production, the statistician states Ktnd nighi The abecew so t.ir lis vs'.' iii lias t>een vnned for TliL tiflioMiix normal course wliKh !n the i-ihn: inr tije year 1920. and Iw' inlio:!iht nature of things iii'i luilv n-n;r('.i Im- dctiial producWr ftcrordlngly advise lliat ilu- iK'ii Arr th)» ri. A dltTtTcnce Is thus '! iii^-«ivinK servloc should be deI'lr of approximately |24,terred to a later date. As Hit Ma- 000.000 ui the value of total products, >mtr» gneial eoodlttan k now m*- ee Hwwn In tbe nport for the year tifftcterr, there i* no seeeaeUv to tsrt under the former sst iHue tmntPPT every day. tern. Hie (dlaage. however, is one that tmtmt> "tnrr Uectm. sir StanTflBiplklatert poUUeal flRMOML ley Bewett. Dawwu of Penn." it 18 felt wUl give a much fairer TbB Dttk* and X>aehei8 at Teric. leproMiitsUon of the aotual sltua»ner lunching with Queen Mary totlon In the Indoatry that has preday, Tlotted and chatted with ihr vailed during the past. A compariKins, UlUe PrtnceH EUntath. m.-> son with the reports of the year famlte fraodebtid, win spend the previous will therefore sliow .lome week-end a t Wlator OmUe.

ROBES

v

iPORT UPON

mm

KINO

:

"

mm

MUCH

oempM

TMAMUUITMU IHtnOUUD USmxm, Jam V-Vbt Oeea cf Westmlnater today unwinnert that the thamogtrlnt nrvtee for tbe

All

BlUnllMrt

ready.

AREDUUTED

BBATTT WABKBX

do

Come hnuMbold washiDf. sad let «s esplain bow ea^ it to bar

ihc

m u

Vken Oeeet

te

1009 DouffUs S

PhQoe 6417

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Setting

Continued from Psfn

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#11^ 9^00, ?125,

JPdced At ---

*^

f5oo

Chmsn manufactured

hi 193T.

iM

H. Wilkerson

WetdUBMbBr end (At the Sign of the Biff Clock)

J

1210

Ooogbw

Batchelor's Cash

and Carry People's Cash Self-Service

It

Yates

St.

DougUa

St.

PoptUar

St.

St.

be

again,**

MacDon-

Mr.

Kieep

la

RaUma.

Seedless

9

B.C

lb*,

Com

Per Tin

for

B

Flafcce,

pnckrt« Grapefruit mslsde. Itn

^

Mar. 4

lb.

Domestic eniOK.

Short' 5-

[b

titi»,

Mr

t^ch _ Pore Strawberry jam. 4-lb. lin», Weston't 5o
Koyai

Kif h

4*^

Biscuits,

large

Johnston's Fluid Beef. Ur^p

Ki

Soap



RowBtrWs

fust for

P'>

W*l

.

i^j.

Sliosd Pineappie. large

uns

ib.

tins

Cocoa,

_

tmt,

!>-lb.

M#

Eack _ Bstae Table Vbwgsr, hot

Bars

210 TW, Mb.

l

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Vi.Ton«.

Metebta. S l>nr«D Beef Dripplns,

Bi# BS^

S

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dl.'-covered

put

and

h'.mdr«-(I

.

The Jacobsen 4-Acri8 Power Lawn Mower

Hm

thrct

Pacific .steanifhip Kmpres4 of A-sla at 7 46 o'clock yesterday

mcH-ninK,

Mr.

by

Dokers, local custo

ais

Joseph olBosr,

aroossd by

rimr*'^****

lab^ on

the

ms

the tnmks. IGr.

Dakers searched their contents thoroughly and was rewarded by (Indine the narlarecii. amiUHrt the cotic, selTSod for .vveral years.

The trunks apparenUy belonged to first rJa«i piussenaboard the veuel and were marked for SeatUe. although names on the labels did not correspond with any of the travelers on ttie A.^ta-

II

cwaies In$t.illation of

Mercury Arc Reduc-

tion Plant Is

Largest of

KindinWorM

Alcock, Downing

h^

ATSAAWCHTON

m

M

LITE8T0CK

UMted OburrtL

WATTWC

PLANES

doM

.1

m MMed

M m

TEXAS FLOOD RECEDES

vSbos year.

pi wl uuttai of an grates emoonted to KMMgl busbeta, value^ St MjOM-im. as compared with the 1927 praduetlon of 4.703 J37 biuhHs. valaed at tOOgJO?. indicating an tnere^^ In quantH^ pR>duetinn of odo.av, buahels, and an tncreasp in value nf 3(|BJ210. Hie prV'e nf wheat feU from 11-31 !0 » hti'-'iel ItA binhe! In 19?7 fn

f

The quantity of wool prodnoed ex-

Mr

ceeded t^t of the yeer l«n fegp in pounds, or as.73 pgr evt The toul actntf ^tOamg aeresge of hops tai Ig« wea fOMtk^y The the same as It was hi UTT. to crop, however. onlT n de«a0346 pounds, whtrh crease 4%gJie7

aftemoon

teVO

Tic-

fnan the vemr prri-.nis pourds The sharr* <)•pT acT<» wua d:

the yield

..r

r.r

M

M

M

The

kll.fjrni.sh

trying

her bent

maJdrn lady wnn to draw out her c^tral baehelnr Aon ever dlaoppotntcd m

lOflBI portlier, a

*Wen lovet"

Ttm know

"Ooune^ not mnrrlrft

"

PEWlEslAiPS

OflliA

SHOULDERS LAMB, LEGS LAMB.

lb

— _

lb.

aO<^ nr^^

i.AMR CHOPS, PRIME RIBS BEEF. II.POT ROASTS BEEF, lb. ^ HOII-IN'G BEEF. lb. If.

LEGS PORK. SIDE POSK.

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NANKINO. ciuna. Jnae 1.— iTw Porelgn BCinistry today denied aU knowledce of the raid oo the Boviet f-TTUoUaie in Karbln reeenllf. and no arLlan for the uid It 'i "1 recaU at repcoseotsAlves in Moaoow. as ii^ Mtira »whn ysstsrday.

.

lb.

30# lr,r Slfif

.

lb

CHOICE FOWL. HKKF SAUSAGES, 2

30#

lb".

fbg.

ior

PURE PORK SAUBAGE&

lb.

,

SS&^

25<

The abova by tha pound. StiMf irarfi^ qoaUty AA*1 SMats. Btft* Sysrfal. Yoar Phone Ordvr WOI Ba ge U Van Mado a Penoael Fitted as

WR

'

Wife—1 took tbe redpe for tUe cake oat oC a ceofeefy book. Busbez^Vov dU pirtNllr flflit^

U should amg tees MM pnt &

New

DSUIOBB

Eng^land

Market ^Ogpoitu

:

<

I

LAMB STEW.

Qty

Intermfr-

.

-docution Pauline honors); Opal Aliercromble. 71. Jtmlor DivisionElocution Tiijcy Bhaw. 73. Slnclng:
Ravaid. 80

Tkg^ Jtas 1/—WhOs Bihiig or Boueten-o most dtaaetrooB ftood In the ia.-;t, quarter of a CMitury contlnneil to rec«de tonight. cmts of atmit a half doaen atrenms In South Texas moved gul/ward. intindaUng addl'lonal UioiLWR'ti of arres '" T^i fi'iTTief A.< water rnlled ba' '

ttie

ihnistoo residents t>et,-ui rnndllhtiv, rhmfttie enmhmed v]th #» Revere sdsclt Of Ithe lomss which [ran Into the mUUoMt peroDovora, or downy mUdew. iinfsv.irable

Street.

Valiant, gl ( tmnors) diat« DIvisIno--

WEST COAST MILLS REDUCE PRODUCTION

t

. ,

i'^r

Obtains Surcetnes

TRAIL, June l^zngtallaUonot

memwy

|

Tye Gd. 546 Yatca

Phones 58-59

mertrory arc rccUflen—tho largeet n*timi of Ma kind en this In the cxaminatloni of TTtnlty continent and tbe largest eppUca- OoUege of KuBtc London. Bigland, OUitoms oflleiaL. ycMcrtliiy arc rectifiers to which were tlon of hi VkTtorta thU declined to dL^rk»j it^e ruune^t elrctrolytlo work in Uie world— Is week by ICr. C- l^erton Lowe, 'nink5. hut, sppearliut on going forwaid at the Oonaolidated P.T,CX»^ thirteen cot ot the fwirintbnatod thai ihey had a were roducUoo idant here. The Installa- t*en candidates presented clue aa to their ownenblp. tion wis cost more than $500,000. pupUs of Mrs. Wlirnd Ord. I.TCU. Ttie output of tine wlU be increased 0* the Virtoria Bchonj nf F^pre/,Iinprovenwsts in slon. The mark.'! oblalned ranxed ton.s da 11 y 1 30 operating methods make It pogsthle very hlnh, a.'' even the younccst to more than double the output o( cornp' "!'!"' ijiiio \s only ten years of sine from the present nmnber of afie. obuttned 10. the i»ss mart beeleotmytic cells and« exoepi Jor In- hiR 60ereselng the stss of tons liofa, It will The followlnic are the reeults end be unneoemary to extend the tank marks -eenlor DtvWon: fltooutton: BDO- rooms to cope With the lag rsswd Mar)orle SAA U TUW. June Graham, gg : itoc output, the Arabella Rayoe. 78. Slnglnr- IVrlyn (easful garden fete wn« held in grounds of the AKnrul; ura'. HaJl to-

I

& Wright, Ltd.

to Wlnlrniw

OUTPVT FRO M CELLS tS DOVBLED

ZI^C

i.-

RfTerUve May 12, tbe bcMt la VancnuTfT wlB Votta daUy at 1 AL.

Vancouver IsUiul Ai-cnts

Rcclifiers at Trail

gers

i^'f

The



I

Puiuuc

the Jactabau

at

[rui-.it.'i

CanadiAn

If

!

warn PAYS

w-n-

t21 000

tn

from

off

KMtB SStnW' sad

fifty

vHl'.icl

of cpliiin,

tin-',

appn.xiinaU'ly_

331 .187 cases, vaj-

'

own power, this mower a day on a s>Uon of gas.

its

ecenosay on large or tmeU lewns; tnakes a tiettcr lewn. Stuniy. rinsple^ depBodable noeor. A i- v can opmets it. Aincunobile type differentnal makes oO-«ing easy nfvyiit flffwrt bedv tires, etc. Woclci on a 30 degree incline. The kxuves of this t^owu may be sliarpeoed tiy tbe mowei^ oan power without removing the red.

'

Seized In Trunf
SBAITU. June 1.—Umibor ordm There was a eonsldenida tnonOes Tbe vartoiis stalls did a thrMng for the last wcA eeoeeded current In the numbers of farm UVeotoofc business dorlng tbe afternoon and production t>y 0,57 pm* cent, the favduring the yesr. t>elnK the mult of Milch cows Increased tn number evening, and a most enjoyable orable showing prr-durlinn raJiicr tlum tram 03.746 hi 1097 to lOSJU In musical pnogramme was 0vsn by decrrwied The weekly report 103T. lncrra.VTl wlf Pi 192«. the following artists: Boloi Mss L«mbermpt»"s In an secthXM of fhp Province the Other catUe now number 300M1. Marjorio Watson: vkiUn scdos. Mr. of the We«»t Coast produetton or orhrr eti<.t«blQs was as compared with 370.010 in 1037. an Anoeiatlon shmrs that prodiicUnn at Love; solo, Miw Beth atmpson; O. eKtremety heavy and on the wbole aos miJIii was appnuclmately S OOO iwreaee for the year of 24,88:1 songs. Sidney School chmr, under TH.^uUvint prtoes were moig sausthiui tlie pn^l'Mw lew taooPd-fert OOO to Ui«n>imbrr in duet. Sheep Increased the dyecilon of Miss Peck; factor>'. ProducUon at 301 mllb* for fxt«nt of 40.1Z3. there nr»w bdnn in Hissfu Marjorle Wsl-mn and Beth week The feel, with pmdiK-tUiri ;ie pTOTlnre nO-SSS. which M an in- Slmpaon; national dances, girls of the vrek was n«*«.n3 aoKiiinted to 1.22n tons, wiuch shipfeet and 190.704*530 the Older* of cien-v of 30 B3 per cent over Royal Oak erhooi under the direc364 tons .moi* tban ibe 1027 ero- year 1937 MUi McNab: Japam^ ment* Of IMJWJM feet. tion of duottoB. SwUie numbered &5.(XK SO agblnst dance, four glrb> of Royal Oak An Increase oT 57*« per eent Is 51.070 in 1927 School. STILL shown In the quantity prodnetlon of Poultry and eggs show » Thaw In chiuite of the various outdoor tocnaloea The 1130 crop satlsfnelorr taMreasa. PouNxy now kallo wen as f"V.^-, Nmeity stall. OLD ORCHARD. Me June 1 amounted to 35360 tena. numbw i.1«l4«B. as oompand wtth Mrs. Bates and Mus Margaret RrobabiUty of a hop off of the orrrn Outdoor curumbrrm showed an In- 3.ifi7iM0 hi 1937. MtcheTl; home-cooklng, Mrs. Bafer or the Yrilo-^' Btrr! CTeafled prodtXTtmn of ws tnn.y The mg produetton amounted to and Mrs. Pattersoo; candy and Ice Plash for Room Ttwsday dminif' Itatare Oreenhouse tnma op,^ and cum - 14 819 757 dosen. lAlBh Is an infor Paris aflosoo Alma and Xda Beyer today with the repoA of genem ben both showed lui tr..~reuy> in crease of 3MS.1M onr ttaa ersam. and Utas 6adle Pattanoo; hot dog storms over the North AUantie aiui production over the previouA year. roar previous. Memrs. Roy Beyer and no proipest of deartog weather for stand. URAINH MUCBJUtNIOUS Oeorge and Albert Refer: enage the neat fcrty-elgbt hours. Seasonal roodltioos were watt The quantity of all tnwitu mi'ker •rer M<'Mlames Howe and MeNaWy; The weetfaer report came fmrn sau^factory for the hoivsrtim :' stxy. nay Scouts Meadames ed during the year iisiii-i;.' Dr James S. KimbaJl. meteor olovrtjit nA\ (train cropr chazge Of the Hew Tork Weather Bureau, 001JS3 pounds, valued at 04.77:i,11W. vi< -.ai. and Roland were rnie to the long dry !;pell during 120 801 penntf^ eafttad nr the .iftemoon lia. kr and wid thai the "Trough" ran as aeainst tlie growtnc seeson. the average at 03333.833, 1937. east and wsst just south of Newyield per aere of all grain crops was The price of all meats ranged >r fouodlsnd. slightly below the yields of the presiderably higher than duruig tue

lh«.

r-'-^

on

An

i

Opium

{

P

or Tlry Pack Shrimp*,

entirely

cuta lioar to five acres

met e»erf t««t »i»rm«fiill7. In r.'.iin' (»'.» drTiH)twtr«tl'>n*Brwl romp"'' ""n. it 1. r.>! iiprrnn-ilj-. alKi «»", ili<- J»i

ued at II 01 9.1 9S. Thl* represents an Increa.-e of 4iAQ0 rases, or 34.43 per rent in quantity production. The quantity of fresh milk coni'"" sumed increased by 4gOjOOD gallons dsy. under the hu-^pk duruig the year. The total IMS LadlM' Aid and the Young People's consumgMon was Id^BjOM gaUons. eoelety of the SoaUi 6a«fl«c2i

d

-

Your Lawn Beautiful Modern Way

the OpemtiDg

'

,

MUk

Charles

Made

Bsdt

clear,

|

V^

Monday

MsUm-s

was quite

I

.

_Dou£Ua

of aSBMt tons, valued at g6.884.6:>i In 1077. The loss In tonnage was due to a large derreajv la tbe aores«e planted to potatoes. The ajoa planted to potatoes was 3„Mio acre* less than In IW7. In I92R production, which amounted to 92Ma tons, was aajM Ions less than during the prevtous year. TbB total ylekt of root crop« was l'^ fi2 per cent less than in 1037. The average yield per acre hi I03> was e,dO tons, as against 10.30 tons in

B.

said.

was

I

THREE STORES

St.

«SUm GARDFN FETE PROVES SUCCESS

MM, as oanpared with a production manufactured was

W.

'

Wilson

J.

VkopMNt

'

amounted

Small fruits produced amoimied to &7.06S pounds, which was a deto 13JSglO0O pounds, valued at »i.- cnrase of 71.619 pounds from the 314.1M, as eompared with a produc- previous year. Hon of 13jt73M0 pounds, valued at There was a large Increaae In the Ii;i.s8i74. tn 1937, UidlofcUng a de- ouantMy of ke oream manufactured. rTf^ijj' fii per cent tn qiiantl^ The 1B8> production amounted to and 3 J4 per cent In vsliie. 001JD09 gsBons. vahiad at as agahist S00,1U gallons, valnsd at The total vegetnUe crap amount- •700.167. in 1B37. The quantity of evaporated m\:\c ed to 3SMU tooa, vahiod at ggAlA-

VBGBTABU8

OUK WINDOWS

SBK

pounds

t3ie«&wini.

AND BOrr CS.OTHSS

Government

m

m

w

"r

ought not to happen

1

he

Tlie ljit)or chief

9jm

Sawhrrr wiTl yoti find a greater aelcerion of tilgheet stepaettinir in qualitx diacnonda thai^bere. See tbe ne white or

WEN'S

said deeply concerned over the develop- ald said, that Uie co\int-ry had rement of industry and orf peace and >(ictcd the prey-nl Clovemment and and at bome, confidence abroad his opinion tlie only oJtcmatlvr and wished to avoid tbo dMmhance »-as a Lhlwr Oovernment The of industrr. ftnanoe and Internal liObor lender det: lined lo crimmen! dsvebipment caused by an unneees- further on any pciwlblc alliAQces mry election. between parties. Very shortly there experience Is to tie a meeting of the leaders of his own Bt^'W'^t' when Prime ICfailster in 102#. Mr. the Labor party, when ttie policy Mairnnnalrt said whatever party as- to be pursued wlU lie discussed. "1 wish to make Jt cleor that Fni sumed control of the government V hoold be given a dmneo to dovelop going to stand no monkryuik' uill re,'.; w!'h the other two parties Us policy. "The way they tarake np the de- unci ni't w;t h us wlicthrr there Ui velopment of my poUey as Porelgn to be an election sooner than In Seozetazy tn 19M Is a thing that two years."

!

Step

aft^

&

W. 1S17-1221

Leaders Manoeuvre Far Vantage Point

U

MJUjm,

In the

of the Terry cloth that ^btsa't Offered in vertical stripe effects,

Just the thing

ROqaUDE KILLS MAN

FOR SALB roomod

i!iie

pBum

THZ OAMDEM BBOW

Let s

"f

\

340^

Grown from Seed OwlnB% now

V'BitetKS

from

due to the viriunn

t'"-

0c
tear.

on the \ H ninety thousand dolUf s kss bosn gpsnt On cach o£ the new •Striarinm'' cars derifned for nee been buih long distance, all-sleeping car trakie of tbe Ceoedlen PadAe Kalbmy. irfftecn of them have in company's ibops at llontresl, and the one pictured above, the Wear Thames, wUl be one of iho»e entirely to the use of the paaseofan and connac on the Traoe-Canlda Umttsd. TbeoV'^ars are given over bsths. a Udies' lounge, s Urge smoking-room* an obeervatain, smong other tWnga, two cres»-tiMr shower of the open platform, is glared with vu.i lounge end e solarium. Vht^mf, which Ukes the place unbroken view in luxurious confort The mam glass which admits all the beneficial sun rays, and permits an tapestries. The smoking room and the observation lounge and the ladies' lounge are furnished in various the rear compartment. A timall oolarium in soft leather, blue and red in the smckeroom and wnd-colored m ol tar. wtii ch ia also of new and novel design. prorhl* refreshment as suxilisry lo the dining

O

at the

buffet will hrtd not the current 65 oenu and oats year. The atrrteulturai production, ' therefore, for the year 1027 appears bushel to 09 onts. thti yeera repom as gnjss^is 1 Pace CoBtfauied Instead of as VnmjM». as U The area sown to toddem was sir Vtvl'in HTr1 showi Gi"ii>»'r tbe toUowtai vntfer the varifi.r Wiir Itt-rbertG. WlUtairw. Under ous dtviilons of lain productloa. PMdar crops agsrogatlnc ntiMef .^-(r.uirv for the AjdminiUy; Major lOTMl tons, VMued at »ll,03e4KM, Pir W!i:iaiii Cope, Comptroller of produced. Then b-:i\g an mOUmatic conditions have during wen lloya.1 HuUfiphold, E- W. a, Normand. eraane of 17.806 Lutis in quanuty the past year been ttnwqsL The SoUcitor-Oeneral for Scotland. production. predphatlon tables show that the Poddcr com. whJe sUU ccmprlalng In addition to the ministers de- Goast seotlon expolenced one of the lotai acr«. feated at the potlA. two mlnLiters drleet years on record. In the In- a amoil percentage of the Increasuig. holding high rank arp reUrlng. They terior of the Province a late Spring. age of fodders, u rapidly acne In are the Earl of llaUour. I^ord Prc'^i- fLiUo-uMMl by heavy prectpltatiOD In there betas recofded dent of the Council, whn, in ti.'* .lune and July, caused considerable tw»rivr U»s. jurtlcularly The acreage In attain taereaaed InteTBBta of hU health, plana tn the case of cheryear. the during acres 3301 Mr shortly, and UXe pubUo up nes. Prom the middle of July to the DAIUY PRODUCTS WBllam Bridgeman. nret Lord of end of the year the rainlal) was very the AdndnUty. wbo to aleo leaving light This gave the growers an esThe dairy production of the past oOkoe. Kr. Bridflemao (Hd not nelt culent opportunity to harvest cme year showed coosideraUy less than re-daetlon to the Hoose and ibe ot the largest ai^ile cmps In the Its usual annual Increaae. The But of BaUoor holds Us eaMnet history of the Provbioe end alio cause Is to be fotntf In (he weather posltloo by vlrtne of his membo'- favored the vegetable growers In Bxperleneed during the seaaon. shlp In the Hmue of Liords hsrventlng their onlotu, potatoes Barly conditions seemed promising and tomatoes, etc. supplies of the moment oUMaUed. Bmall fruit production, while on flow of milk, but tbe heat of midLhe whole alm^t equal In qtiantlty summer Interfered to a 8enou.u pounds, as oompand with Itf,- the producUon of 912,081.009 In 1937. ii::4 000 pounds produced In U37. •3SS,H7 other irc« fruits ^owed an InTbe quantify of butter monufarreaw nf 06^ per cent in quantity tured amounted to n.oi8.468 pound.s. prr85 pounds less than rd to 34J74;0D0 pounde, as against Ui 1937.

fmn

Bedding Plants

alterations

$7.50 LO $12.50 Made

iMowfticsb Hotal

t never

N'pw color cnmbinations and patterns: a m.^st ^"Jf'"" awtavwm- ^t\Ic- it $6.50. $7.50. $10 csting vanriv

Wilt F^oss Napin Takr Up His [lt
Colon.-l

m

Icrs

m

Duiint^

V'ictorid

Reorganization

I

Oak Bay

I

lO BE CHIA

I .Vew Six-Roomed Stucco Hnngalow. situated n„ .>,„ Uak Bay's best strceU. The house is »p!emhcll> p annct

I ami

I

GOVERNMENT STREET

100R-10

WILLBEOIN

MUNDAY'S

I

& Co., Ltd

Campbell

j,

|

CIVIL SERVICE

Sport Shoes

I

1929

Students Eggspress Their Disapproval

SCRUTINY OF

Spectator and Active

SUNDAY, JONB h

DAII-V coi oNiST. VICTORIA. B.C

fHE

Enrlv

drawing-room and dinmpbungalow ha* to be Mcn owner is leaving J^r »hr North, we have only two weeks in which Price, on term* to- dispote oi it has oak floors

afftriii

c!ly,

a-

I

Home

Country

i-'hoice

of

\

Slreet car close and bus past door. for immedi»te lale to

He

modern

K

antirip.tt'-ii

is

bath-

iJt T r SInelda. of Toronto, chalman o( the hoard by (he b>>drd^ and Miss M. Rebman. secretary, were

WiiKU

f

trusiees of the Des UobiM tharKC!, made ag*m«t them

Uohnnity, BAd the en-

cleared siudem. tocA m..tTcrs '^j' ^T™ tire iaculty o( the university d.sch..Red .s a r-sult. rh. bo^rd were froeed to inoUIMa police by the plwtocrapb here. Dr. Shields -nd other members of tJ« protection before they could laeve the boUdinga. anticipated that Uuildrngs. chaocia «1U be earned into effect, stone, or any number tt afcooei. estiwbleh vtU. at an eariy date, enm* requested to hand theto- namee In to mated at t5 each. By adopting ttxu> parti Capt. V. O. F Barton aa soon as tnaie dupUeaUon of work pUin. ihp building committee wUhes Some tim^ M** pOAslble. ot the ptu r lnce. aU subacnbers U> know that they Camp and Platoon ComiT-'ition Colonel Napier went Into this nsto erect aoietfld l9 a pmctfcAl ped of the situation, and a'-r'-a-iy The attention of Company ann puio therefore, ha* considerable material ttxin Commandera w again drawn the necessity for keeping in ioee already in band on the subject. touch with their commands with The first reference to the above. Regitnenial markings of the competition wUl be of $40,000 Is Needed thU week. AU platooiu In the CA. made STR (B^» COAST BattaUoo should fo Into camp fourto Knable Nave of ( Oi4aa by Ueutenant-Colonel J. taen all raittk. uut locludr one o91 .,f

,

^j^^^ ^SJJ

.

fMiLsid*

seiwcv.. ttA well as that of stAfls in Lhe ParUament

^

vMious

!iir

Is

m

.

625 Fort btxeet

I

i

'.^

PEMBERTON & SON

I

In

'

n\^\ i'"-be taken upon Uiem b.-rnrp Blbly take a year. h<~>7;^--ri tmuhfJ thP whole of his task As the AMi-K i:i hunO I'V.-r^ Ihp

It

I

work which

m

maka bU iMtdquartera

will

oeived.

$4,750

I Reduced

'i-he

,s.>rvirt>

,

the capital, and from time to time as his recommrndfttfons arr rp-

garden, ten'A averts, bcaiuiiul

uis lawn, summerhouse: 7-roonied house, i.K.m. npt-n fireplace; b;trn, chicken houSC<^

I

ivu

.

Uii* oonnecwon ua^ in httiid v.i (Kcupy canaidwaWe time bclore :L u ftnaliy completed.

Mount Tolmie

I

>

-nation with Uu- reurBaniaftUon

%W <^WjWWy



I

Bass

Colonel

«ee!£.

fills

wn hiks bern Oovernmeiii at Vernon will arrive in the and enter upon his duties to

NfcpiiT.

hall,

in

Hoi air furnace. This ruoin. to l.c appreciated, and as the

my

The Ensemble

^

i

i

of

Owdert

LOST LAKE

I

Sun Yat Sen Solemn .cmnony

Dr.

Sum

BHOAD^

New

Does Three-

|

commanding. He*d- car, one ergaadt teflr eecuun ipadBC. June 1. IW9 ers end eight roeo. the aelectlon

c Hams,

(Section 17, on Mill&treain Koad)

b

V»ctorU.

quitrt^rrs.

Cathedral to Be Opened Free of Debt

.

unlU oI the brigrade of men prcf erenea to be given to the Cot The Hon R B parade lor insLrucilcn undpr best trained d.-ta-.^d Bnirr, Honorary- Colonel of ihe Ra!s re*pecUve tallon. ha-s underUken to tpkc ihe hereunder. Dre». dnil «3rdcr apd platoon commnnder making the best flAUt and »6th Heavy Baturlee Hid AA. Section on Tuesday. June shoutnit ai Summer Camp, to the! Hiirhund Oathertng at Banff as his 4. at 6 p.m. , 12th Heavy and 8»th Field Bat- personal aide. I'liradcc -Tlie

160 Acres bcautitiiUy timbered, and about lU acres rich pasture land. All fenced. Only 10 miles

from

*Ul

this

it



^ Promotion— The commanding

,

I

iil

I

'

and country home, three-quarters of an hour's drive from city.

Coles, Howell

&

taken uu the strength ol the ion and posted to Ooittpanlas

, oi-

Tramrng— Hcadquartt-r-, Annual «nd 56th Heavy BatU?rleA wUl training r.: Port iiiio annual Macauley from Saturday, June to Saturday. June 29. both duU s inSecUoii wiU Thp 2nd AA. SecUThe clusive elusive

Co.

FOR RENT

ranks

Parades— All ^4-mble at Fort

as-

will

dra*

Macauley equipmen: before supper at 6:30 p m on Saturday. June 15. AU ranks must provide themselves witn tunic, oap. greatcoat. InUe. fork and spoon, and cleaning to

.

Furnished in Esquimalt

ln%amp

the waterfront; 10 acres of woodland.

raquliad

are

-tin

i

Of

:

m

such memorial d n mmunicate wUh tha aaeMemorial Hall.

'

.^-maiur size. sr.

.

^

'

;

^

future. ;

I

Special girta that any appeal to others a« memorials, and can be ptnpooe. lnclu(le selected for the Minie of the larger arches of the nave, There are also many aruelaa of furniture thai are atlU to ba pro-

for

a.'.

tawa

Fort 'Macauley

Thorbum

Charlee

Btoa.

Otuwa; Street

In announcing these opportunltles

the Mrs. H. J Akitt, Calg'iry order named Correspondins .lecretArv Mrs, H,

H



The

Canadian

Victoria.

B.C..

June

WATERFRON

C

3.

Rowfttt,

RfcordiPK secretary— Mrs. Sidney Tweed Waterloo iaeclaroaU«i>. A. Qulbell, Treasurer —Mn.



I

;

WOOD '4^ rw

eaf«.

CAA

UMOfi. OONM

I.T».

n

W

Apply to

GIrdwood

&

Company LIMITED

UMITKD

6i»

Fart traoi

;

Broujhioo

Kidd

trid

HOW

did

v»a force

tisfeT

^ iQigatca Commuies Tired-

-You must go to M.meAccused one else 'I do not take apprentices-

f^g^g^fh MjeOlU

,

Snnt^nTfi

.^f 'fglffM-tf

On A. F. Wesigate wiNNIPBO. June 1.—*fc.b«rt WestRat"

murdiT nf Vtrs Lot-Ue Adams, The death sentence not hana

will

TovMadB,

r^^OMBLE

Tlo-

».eTnenced to die for

lor

the

the I'cnvirted m'lrderrr lm» bern tn lite imprlsciunent tiy Prdrral Cabinet. aOCOetfUlC to

commuted

Cartav^t r

All :

»I£D

LMl Um*

nu P»rrly •<'««mHb« A«V .

'r-n«,...

\:ar !1:R 5

m4

^« »

T

Br*

U »»J

ram.

1

LtnuuvtH riLLS

n xw

aj If your children arv u britable, lacking io apjirtile. "niwijca *' five

tW

Uintl f* rhiKToUie flavfw) to Blrenttthen. Ui buiM Up miliir11>. F.norxy.frwfccnlor.wHiiid rifvp. and keen anpe4it«a ra> tiara

liM'

I'

C)

(J

n.il -

Nitss

Mnntrral.

A

Itei-i

r

i

-

Van-

Mrs. lacclama-

tioni. natural re.v -iri.-es and IndusCreswlrk. Totries, Mn. Walter and puolictty. publication ircaio. public Imib. Rowatt acclamation health. Dr. Bdna M. Ouest, Toronto; soMters' and sailors' pmI

I

;

(

with the teauUr.uae eg

Hoatica'*—

dpned by hnmttiiU and piq^

and dependants. Mm?, Dr otuwa lacdamatlon John Robertson. Igrs. Vaaeouvar: tomdaa and praCaaalani. tCtai Mary MacMahoa, l^rantA

\Vmrn>r^' i.-rn

irn

r.-i-"-"'

.-!fi''

after Ihe troat

•iin

tn February, 1935

had

tnm

I I

V% |_ * J*^

I

A ^

Here Are Six Sarniiies of Vviidt We Mean by the Word ^'Bargain'' Regular price

ciiric Seal Coats. I

,V=i.OO.

Retiring

Prom

-

-

Bii-ineas

Sale Price

iiudson

Cnau. IrinimeH with

?473 00

Dvcd

H

M

Mail

OiiR

Squirrel Cnats.

Retiring

Rf^ul.ir .S.Cn()() fox. tiring- From- Business

Caracul C

Cnted

-

NOTE:

Re-

$290

'lt

i

i

.

trollar. .;-;n<'

Reg-

From

Business Sale Price

Regular

iirtcc

Prom - BusineM

$375

Sale Price

Coiitrati nwg

SPECIALTY

Fumitiira Moved,

trimmed with

St.il C'";its.

brown

Sale Price

Company

Hcauliiul

r>vt»l

Regular pnre From-Businesa Sale Price

S<)iiirrcl

S600.(iO. vj.

Cnat«.

Retiringnciii nig'

$4S0

Sale pricea «re being offered on all rcpnirs and remodeling, laid awray in our inaured vault.

and you may have your furs

and Shippnd



Pool Cars

for Prairlta

and

AU Poinu BmL Can Save Yoti Time an^t Money. Lnrgaat Vana in

HAirvo MIlC

1/'*C Vj IW 3

r-. _ Nturmt Of ChM laH Wwofw^ .

parties.

ular prior S.^'H'iK)



HJSF ^K

in Victoria.

ranged with responsible

IClectrtc Seal

sun

BalaliaiiJ.

come again

Retiring-From-Busineu Sue Price

Wmi-

morsJ

Pallis. real Ion.

)ver

the

Sherin Colm Inkslcr. Waatgace waa twice eonvlcled teg the murder of Mr*. LotUe Adama w-hoiw muulated bnrtv was found tn outsklrta of 1 fT'.ow tMrvk on ihf> '

i

after School

.

M

Mr^

nsndrtrds co\i\er Fnrb'-.s

fli?:h-(:iass Furs that AcconiiiKKiating terms ar-

an opportunity to save money on

Victoria

NB

rilBratii-n,

clamation).

j«ige

is

will never

large

BffecUve May 11, lha ananwon boat to Vancouver will Maea Via V at I 46.

W

— DuUaa—oaeer on duty for week Standing oommltlee conveners ending June 10, Capt. H. M. Mc- ArU and lattara. Mrs. Dlgnam. Tooiverin: next for duty. Capt B, ronto; ehlM welfare, Mlaa CharRobertMni Sergeant for waefc end- lotte Whltton. Ottawa tacMamaina June 10. sgt. P. J Hltt; ikcxt for tldo) cinema and printed matter. durv, Set B Drysdale Mrs. J. N. Wood, TiTonto; citizenTmlniniT— Recruit frninlntr will be ship. Mra W, L McParUnd. Toecunomici. earned oul on Monday aitd Thurs- ronto arrlamatlon day evenings from i to 10 pjn. under Mrs. K. I- Hili FMmonton lacrlamaSet .Teune, tion»; educalion lAiM Ruhv Mason. \ ;e-.tation cards— Theoe must not Bundy. London, finance, Mr^ J bf iLanded to the Bn, Orderly Room Toronto, housinx and town planuntU oorraetly flUed up on the face, ninit, MU* Ethel Ambrose, Hamiland no man muat be aktasted with- ton laws for the protection of woout cards being made out Bkcn and ehUdran. Mta. O. C. CdLewU Oun Compalltlon—Tboae wards, Maidaad. Alta.; League of who are able to take pnrt In this Natkms, 5Cni. Jean Muldrew, Ot competition on Saturday. July 6, ara tawa; manUl hygiene. Dr. Mabel 'acBanlngton, Saint Jotm '

'

of

Ottawa iftcrUmaUon*

:

1

contributors

for

This

smotmta. It is explained that those who can afford only smaller sums can give the approximate cost
Tamo to.

1935.

"niy Residential Sites o( 2V» to 5 Acrei—Beautiful .^Muai...n^ -. SO Mlnotea by Motor. Electric Licfai and Ueatwc—Telepboac.

Than Ever



OX

MC

>

Fur Sale

ntinril

omen Llrrlcd

tng

Battalion orders, part 1. bv Lieut romCol D B Martyn DflO manding 1st Battalion 16th Scottish

Regiment,

Foster's Retiring-Froiii -Business



of

m

cKF

Two and I hree-Piere Styles Ttiey Are Reasonably Priced

in Smart

reply wuhtiut amblifulty. Tlie tensint rt-plied 'Dear Sir, X

1

nwFf

THE CANADIAN SCOTTISn

FOR

l ine Shoujing of lm\H^rtvd Knitted Sports Suits

View Our

i

in ihe west front. w..i i. na^..- i. been aligned at prvaent to any oo»t of ea;^ Lieut. D Fyvle-s sb- donor. The esUmated 0* these wUidows. including the ejtWTB. seoca MTlHrvB. ^ HBNBON terior and mierior stonework, with Bacon, r ^nd A-Adjutant toe Offloar atalned glass by Mr, Percy con.m^nding Irt Battalion a«th ol Umdoo. Is 6160, In the clerestory, seven of the Canadian BoottUh lha ujtJT.f. 'three-Ught windows are left, the Regiment. cost of the stonework snd cathedral Slsas (or these being estimated at iixrrtifiro lAOO each In se'.ecung a window in the iierpj!iJ5ry as a gilt, a donor rould arrange to add sUlned glass ( n t any oonvenlant time in the

t

Queenswood

TlMAglVM

$25.00 Vp

,

Nfardonald. .Saskatoon; Osmp. Amllcaftlona should ba made Mrs R to the Adjutant tin Wiiiiim ivtinis llaUlfti and

,

Choose From in Silk Printed

.

srstorr.

ofllclally announc-d ihi.. :i. iin vided for. (Ul'i^s They are Arrangements oan be made for Pre^denL Mr:: J, A- Wilson. Ot- prospective donors to visit the .ir('i.-»matioo). cathedral and examine the partii uMra. Ptadertck lar part In which they are interestVirf- - president* Mn. Etiiermgton. Kingston. Ont: ed Further details may be obtained AdJt. 5th
B C

to

Effecu and ^oveUy

charge of Mu»-

In

d^ «

rlrcssmakw gtyle

.t

were

is.

These same InjitrucMoiw will apply to Lhe 3nd AA section from Saturday. June 33. P. T. STERN •Major),

£. F. Joknstoa, Executor

MO

LS

19M^

Musketry and Rifle Team-Capt S Henaon U appointed aa Captain of

i;

1



H

,nter*..ted

>

Saturday. June

Swinerton & M usgrave



-

1

For Partknlan. Apply to

P,0.

.

ix

5?SP""iJSSJ2^H,r"im

Of

and mountains.

Many Models

Sd'^

^TomL^SSS

| |

InXormaUon^ aU^MgrrodL <^^^

SS^ »nM

^ilk bl'.ii^r fftr tail-TC'l wf.ir.

i

I

JSntional

Immediate Possession. References Required

pl.-iin

sions.

'

t

Full

and .gardens; uninterrupted view of

j|

\

'weiter for for more form:il wear. :i Mrrvclc^s spccuiur occaactive sports, a aofl catfeUnicrc sweater lor

Mouse

<

T*am snd

fa s-

for the

no

Rifle

so thorouehly individual— the most

.

,

-

NOG CO -js^

is

rasan-l n>cful fashion in many years' timfc CWOgca matini: in that une is iilwavs discovcrinji na# .Alniust an entire <1ayt|tte 'WWls.iinc ( Mstninc. cn>cnib!c. ii.t.r o.m lur built artmrnl tlu- .-.mic

iinaimc

would be

Service clothing will t)e Lssued rlth other necessarv equipment, and must nn nt account be worn uir'ild'' camp confines Trun-^prjrl will be proMded for ri' which must be offlriT", iJii^vaaf. pr(tt>*rly labeled and ready for COllecuun bv 3 pm. on Saturday. June If 15. Ofltoera muat nottfy tha qnarlennaater of tha addraaaaa rnm PnTtioTi SASKATOON. June l which baggage Is to be ccUacted. National CwAV ii («) Battery commanders wUl (ur- of ofOcers of the session h'-f " ni&h nominal rolls of their batteries of Women, now in and.!!!yesterday, place to the orderly room by 9 pjn. on

klL

The rnsemhlc

.

'

B

Victoria.

building, and wouM Uko their by thirty-two painwarara. gujj included In the cathedral at Madam Bun rat Sen and others, the lime of It* consecration In 8ep- attlrad to Mack cotton i^rments, t«nber. Sueh gills, besldea enabling walked with bowed heads behind donors to perpetuate the memory as the vehicle made ita way along [pf persons or causes dear to thPni. the Sun Yet Sen memorial highway ti,e

of great assistance at the to the mausoleum. present time to the ciithedral oftiAfter two miles Madame Sun Rot laced clals and comraltlee.-;, who are a rlofied ramaijr bciilnd the wlUi the necessity of securing the he3r.\e and rode, but other relatives AppointmenU andPromodfloa— In the long sun, of MOOOO before the buUdtng contlnu,_ ---th aisle and ambund N „ o^e^a;:^ litodame Sun. SS? Heavy mlLUry guards flanked the procession along the entire fifteen permission to proceed to Eliivlimil gallery and arches over, and the miles to the tomb with the CanBdlan Bisley Team: [stonework and stained glass of a 85. 16-5-291; Lieuf D P'.vi.The suined alogla-llght window An Irate landlord wTote to one of Semt J. H Re»{an-- 'HQ. Coy.). tiias will come from the studios ot Ma tenants askinf; whether he would The Baliantine, of Edinburgh -quit or pay": he would ha*a him

-eav-

Uih .July 6, both dates Inclusive. Heavy and 5gth Field Batteries will proceed Io Saraae Oamp tAlberUp. leaving Vtctorls on Tuesday. August aadqua rtera. Instruetlona to 6 »th and Sitb Bawry BftOaiiav toi-

iia

I

a

55Ui

Phone 65

'Mount Adelaide'

chosen by donors a substantial oontrlbuHoD to

'

&om make

dates shown oppostte their been pleased to approve the Firrnstone same to be names: Ml, Pte. R C Na 4 Coy: 954. Pte J A- Colrnian, Ko. 4 Coy; ass. Pte. L K. Kerr. No. No 20b~i Gunner O'Connor. P.l*.. 4 Coy. 32-5-29. 956. Pte. B. RBombabe Battery, to 66ih Heavy Pooley. No 1 Coy: 967. Pte. P. C. " dler. 39'S-a9. 956. No 1 Coy, TOwnsend. Bpeclali«t»-^^-yearly examlna- Pte O C T Nichols, No. 1 Ooy: 959. tlona win be held on June il. 13. 13 Pte H a ComwaU. No. 1 Coy: 960. and 14, etmunenelng at ft pm. Pinal Ptp T M-mbery. No. 3 Coy. 37-5-29 bru5h-up courie on Tuesday, June 1 To

h^s

rict r

ihe loiloning promotion, r(^'o;ii:Uvi' to 1-4-28:

"

Limited b38 View Street

sea

provided

hi:

|

m

ud

d»y».

week-end and make

offer.

l.iwn

n)

j^^,,. the new Christ ^ on Friday, June 7, rART t ORDERS chiin h Cathedral that are specially BeoruiU wUl parade under 6gt A. Attcsiatlons The under in rntloned AjUiiblc as permanent memoru»l or H. Rudge. BjCA."* under fl«t. Win- men having being diiJy attested are ihankolfcrlng gilt*, remain to be Tuealuccwdi ratc on UUa Battalwho are able to

at S ixm

tenee.

Do not hesitate — your lake last chance to own a beautit

On

permanent tomb in a mausoleum nn the side of a purple mountain overlookins NanThe mterment culminated a king. two-weeks' ceremony in the course was removed ot which the body from lU former sepulchre near Peking and brought bare. An early fUnaral sorvtoe waa held at Nanking, altar which the heavy Jironse casket waa bona to a hearse terred today In

Uh.T HI S KEMAIIS

|

j

MUST BE SOLD an

of

_

city.

View



NANKING, China, June 1 The body of Dr Stin Yat Sen. founder the ChinoK Republic, was in-

'

OC

their

M)rre»f>;l sale nf-work wa^

Csnad*

Kxc4»l-ii(ir

hNd

F

dicore

ths City.

1

n Frid«T evening as the re«iU of *hich a eood sum WUl be devoted to wUl lake summer pioaio ,»lacQ on Jtdy 9

Pbongg

zm and tSM

S$0 Voft ftlfMl

2216

Ouvenunmt

Street

Phone 1537

THE DAILY COLOKIST, VICTORIA.

4

We Daily Colonist

,>r

B.C.

SUNDAY, JUNE

win mdoubtodly be affected, atthough

ivince

VJ^'

2.

But the miscuher rood or ill Budcliicl h*i a:if»dy been done.

export of sueh cedar is stopped, as is anticiand neas U di*pre*sed and Indu-itry U in pated because of the new duty, It may mean By it B a danger of being paialyaed. Oapltal greater manuUriiur ut 'he pr^nuri ,ii ni.>me i^ extnmely aenslUVB. If U Is net to Shingles, now txpniu-d irt-r. at- m future A wr^*** of men were looking assured of saooOty to one eoenfery. niaU*T a vaMreni, ad rem per have a duty of at the buUettas on The Oolootst It win flas to eouatrles when the priivin> >' reWhich also paftlcuiarly concents Ui\^ the Bat nr '-oiirM* office window ahd dlscusaUg conditions are stab> This Dominion axported shingu-s valued at thf British eleetlons. The SoctaliJitJ de«pUe mpitA; cxrppt Mjlt.-i of 474.043 In 1M7. and to the value oX ^T.iftd.Wi but loniethii:i: '.o be 'iiMM aU'd and difc a-"*, w'T.- ,.'1 -.'ui I,,.':t shlnglM 1928. There Is a growing market for such 'fanger LrlbatJd .lUiotn:-' .Si^ u1l:U.s ii-"-'" the we could i»«i in the United Stale.s owing to the scarcity of triki;.'Ui>.>'il ;.< there, hut tl;e n-w duly will have a deletiu r>p», ai outcome us with a look Lrom WOrtt: livltii: ;I Ihrre wrr- !t;v n^'cu. lerlou;. u(le,l on M"""' rruhah!> thblasins with Bxcitcmeni, and for the most (i-.r general upwlU be a greater expoil ut demanded to be inlonnsd «bat sloiuU pojiucai and Mde manufacture of shingles t^n i;m Aui' now. Wa heavals in our own and ether do would Baldwin Stanley buame.-v;. nn* aieat Brltato has been British Colmbia's totnJ lumber doufct about ooontrlaa. exr. tds hairt there oould be 00 confronted with many perplaklng eluding shingleel with the United flutes what Stanley Baldwin wotiW do in Item significant and difficult situations, and she has $10,000,000 annually. ThU is a i'^rl-j. 1/ he bad not n inHi'-n'^ I'l and .lurmounted them alL U Inlrrnational trade, and one whlch/Wds xe^wu u.r Dit\n- ni into mant; be would a ill br a iT..t;vr of atUtorbUlg Inbe \. iy m u ri reduced if the new tariffs go MtollStor and rer..:niii' nH Mis that British Co- Prime terem to oooerve tne manner in Th- probable result effect Majesty to eaU upon Hi. Banuay lumber mills wlU have to look for new whloh she dsak with the etfaUnt lumbK'. .^fv..^ to fAri a n ii ii i ii t. ^ might altttaUoo. markets and Uiis is a course in which they • • # the be aided substantiaUy by the operattooa Of cocorse Ur. BsMwlv might

Conrumnt

Nole

If

J0ts

From

Literature

X

tut.

9. tu

m

Bubai riptii.n Rates by Carrtor and by Mall In DUtrkcU CoaUfuoitt 10 Vlctofte, toy Colonlat GttF Ourttn; Yearly J12 00

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in

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returns of the day. will couple with that wlah the thai he may emerge from the present. perl'Kl of his ronvalescenff' from a prolonped il!ncss in re-sloration Uj health The KlnR has been paAstng thruugh an exceptionally trying time. For many weeki lut srear-end hla condition caiuediErftTe Mudcty among hii people and tbioumot the wtuM ganeraUy where hla lOngSince Ittlt QUaUUes are 80 staunchly admlrad, prjiv'^r

That

la

Victoria Mr. John Fisher. In the founding of the on Chemical Works for so many years situated Kxploslves the harbor front, When Uie Canadian Moore became took over this work In 1912 Mr look an and company that for Western manager of the plant at establishment the in part active contributor Jamea laland. which waa » constant ab c munitions during the war years. HI*

thn.sf

weeks wh'Ti

atixlous

of patriotic supervision, technical knowledge and possible were amets desire to assist in every way hlg exploelvee whitfi In the continuous supply of to turti out from the it was found impossible war ended James Island plant. Soon ufi
he

Buckingham F'rIiic- wreatling with Ihii,Lstory haa there been ::) of death. Nev solicitude shown fur an individual. 11 is a tflbUte of unparanaSM WDTQl to the coarse he has followed in the last niaatoen yaara In the pursuU of his Royal vocation* and a trUmte, too, to the mnn him.-,. If, his freat human characteristics and the intonsity of hla devotion to the people of lay at

nyel

noh

he Is the sovereign. It is all the world and not alone the British Empire that tomorrow will wish him long years sUll to reign as he has ralgned for nearly two decadca In the growing atfeotlon and loyalty of nearly t, qntrta^ flf th« lahaMtanto ol Earth.

Mr Moore

Company. He where by the Canadian Expl06ivei> decWed was a sUunch tover of Vkrtorla and had unusual capability to end hl.s days here. A man of IflM^Wep*" m his profession he possessed sonal characUJlsllcs and organizl^ well

made many

11"

respected, and residence here, was admired and the members deep sympathy wUl be extonded to

of his family in their grievous

whom

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.

Kamloops

In his eleotlM aWnifesto Mr. Ramsay MacDonald only prwdaed natlonaUsatlon In connection with the coal industry. Ita litis respect he said that "the enal industry requires to be organized on ii naliunaJ ba-sis and therefore to be naUoii;iii7.fd. but in the me;iiit.ime exlslinw hard-

Prtnce »ennre IStevan Pciiit Prtnce Rupert

.

"

AtUn Dawson ScaUle

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rvirlland .San FYanr,-'.^-o .

soutii and Victoria and Vtclnity— Modcrai* u> fresh higher l*mwest winds; partly cloudy. MaUon»ry or Dcrsture. Vancouver and Vicinity LJiiht to moderaUi winds;

Washington Bight

Homn

Conventtlnn, ;ii-.d nm-Tid the Workmen's Compensation Acts and the Trade Union Law. Iron It would grant ii'' request of the cotton. '

t

and

aleel Industries for

an

Inquiry

Into

their

conditions. "21 would diarteD the hours of miners and appoint a commlsBlon to confer the control of the Llniior Traffic. "A complete system of widows' pensions

should be cstablldwd and the aged worker gbould be pensioned. •The fundamental printip: .:i l-alx^r UixaUon is that the cost of Government and the Social Serrlnea should be levied so that the sUndards of life of the massea of the people are not lowered in consequence.

Calgary



Swlfi Current Prinrp Albert Qu'Appeliit



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48

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'The pacifying work

I

was able

to

do at the

34 88

To

Mr

unemployment

relieve

MacDonald

promises a programme of national development and of stimulation to trade, but In tbU matter little detaU Is attempted. It Is a policy to he deurniined by Xiie course of evcnU. There Is no reason to b' Ueve. since he desires to stimudesire late trade. hat Mr MacDonald has any safeguarding to Wipe out the legislation for the of industries which has done so much to promote I

trade recovery In Britain. After all, trade recovery depends very mtotantlaUy on stable govem!question stUI left to prove as to the ,Li,iaii ti. ii cjin be introduced under p. Labor regime. Everjone will hope for the beat, but a Government not possessing a majority In the House of Commons will forever be treading nn dangerous grgund In the introduction of innovations in legialatlon. Mr, MacX3onald is astute enough to know this. His main task will Ukely bf the consolidation of his poUttlcal strength In view of Uie poMlblllty of his being forced by an u- verse vote to make an appeal to the people before the term of his fortlMomlas tSBure dC

Oeonre- BMrnmelT,

S.W..

wuid,

29 1*.

milee: cloudy

see

tlon.

Bank whjcti

W„

A A

the UnKed Bta'ej; orie of tl on all logs. e-.tcept those to be Used in the manufacture of wood pulp. The estimate Li that up to the prcjonl the duty has been eollcetod ex-ported, togs the other half the half OB alMtot foing tato the United states free. Itke value ol rxp6rU to the past year or two haa been to the

The new duty

fi-ri.

prni»n',»>d in

1.-.

n.

ichhorho.xl of $2,000,000.

On eedar lumber, whteh la at pteeent free, tbe duty under Uie new srhedule is to be 30 per 'sent Bd valorem. In 1927 there were 53,212,000 feet of valued at rcdar exported to the Unlti^d 42 198.067,

and

to 1928, 45,049.000 feel valued at

such cedar is about Mn aS per cent duty would teoL Tho mlllB at this

»1 848!oei. ThB value of fw't) feet, so that a nr r 1

represent $10 per 1,000

insure a

Of

measures

t/i

more equable

the

aocumulated

Insatiable

demand for the The cost of pro-

formad a Oovemment

Mr. MaoOonaid* having

wlhd.

Complete House Furnishers Street BetohHahod tS82

that

band, altlunigh toe leader of the Liberal Party has emphatically declired tliat never sKsln will a Latior

tone of pride or petulance

FOR CARS

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M TBOMAS Vloioito, BX3.,

May 31. ItSi. AMERICANIZED NEWS

NOW

IS

4

The Red

THE TIME

Cross Workshop

the aversion they are satisfied that the article is correspondents as to Which tbe great majority oi liie what they expected It to be. PtaaM31«9 (SMBslevQoveraaMM) sg44 JetoMOB tt Victoria Ictl to the preIf therr iiro iiny if your readers people of Wlw half hud a 'inular experience ponderance of United Ktatr.i news and have anv reason to ffel dL-yiat- and ideas appearing in The ColLsfled with their purchape I would onUt? that from a climatic, a.-siiirin ii-h As a sample, may I potot crat that and game sod tourui standpoint. be glad if they will commutucate whUe to today's < Friday's paper, wtto me. Canada Is altsady over-denudsd of there are cdunn* of gush and pilpe trees. J. o. RYCRoyr. Oould only 1381 Pandom Avenue, VlsWrta. B.O., from the United States. I FRANK J. D. BAXMJDIC dad one single item of news from May 31. ifOi^ Bunpe, outside of the British elec- Montreal. Msy 37. in». Ji»t Arrlvod Vrea London LIBRABT 8EBVI0B IN BAAlflCII tions returns. The item l refer The New QusUty Street JldfT suicide of an obscvrc Sir.— After readtog today's Issue of Is toe reported "Blue fiii.tilc' Pmchess lEjt* Not a word in England Individual your paper re Utoary service to Optimist The literature. Klence. art. music Iv Etirc Soi.irty AS' N"W l.h' Saanich. I wish to votce my pro- about Not a line concemtlT* drama. ie.^t to the remaiks of Aldettoan or Mlchasis Alias develoimieot By and progress ii^o ine ,

LADIES'

STATIONERY

m



Rh yming

l

Marchant.

councillor for WkTd ftour, I may say that I have never hod occasion to ^t)^lrnl ou' of uny Kltuation wlto regard to Saaau^h affairs, safe to saying and I ttilnk 1 tbat every other member of the A-t

am

10

money expend^-d They wotild be very

for

negleelfid of

they permitted ex[X'lid.tiire.'' wiLhout first, having satIsOed themselves that they were order, and that aa idilalal rcqulsiOoo bad bean given for goods suptheir

dutl>'-s

if

m

LITCHFIELD'S LTD.

CSOada. Mot • paragraph from Brttato or VtaneS or aoywhrn also that ««dd to of

of rXlirr

parU

Ol

SPENT TIDES

BookssUcra snd SistioDefs

As toe tide thut has interwt to roaders at average totalUie ihore, Ugcnce. Bddlng slowly out, ivUl latoRl no Ai for so-called comic itrips, when more. they are not absolutely senseless and So this laughter and Ion and clssp silly, they are frankly Indecent. of hands Otvc ui a newspaper with WNne toattsnd tides upon Ufrs newi in it an.; -.^'yiw interesting es- Are but white sands. tracts and paraplira5«s of the work onr rapture and hope, mounting or the foremost publielsts of (he All higher and higher. day.

our bnakfast tiUce flood tides came in, like ebb don't want Udes eapire; Ubles cluttered up wlto tbe vice and And we watch While me water erlote of the Onitsd Btotes. cre^nw awsy. A. B. As the wind blow* rhill and th*103 Union Building. VMoshh B.C.. sky blown f(j^y May 31. IWI^ tears and

We

HUNTER

1109 Ooveramsat Street

LOME-LilF PIMTING BookUodlsg

Pspef

IM

Sweeaey-McConncIUtd. IWI LaAflar

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FOOT ACHES

A aelflih Inebnatlon firmly fought. A shadow of annoyance set at nsngh ti

f.inv-rnmcnt be plared In power or

mea.Min- of diiwiuieiude suppresaed; :r-i
We watch through our sttsBSii M Mtit rear amABUNNING A NEWSPAPER wtto hearijt berff! In this particular instance, ac*h«t '.hr ude Sir.— I am pleased io note that Till we ftod at last cording to the Library Board we tiaH lefi. bave no say ia the matter and must your oorTespor>dentj( BRre* In tMil(>«wliere the eddying pay for something which we have l7.ina ttw courtesy of the manage- Till we gllmp«e waters fiwtrl What busine."** I\nn ment and oOelals el our two local not iiiithnrizpd atHhiww to T«ooiulder pnsltlnmii The lucent glow Ot a wottld iu:ree to a proponitlen of this papers. O^ivemment has hrrrrr,Uii-Uie • • pearl. May Z coogratiilato ths editors kind ? withheld In iTi repri^lvf n,''»' 'ivf But Mr. Uoyd Oeoivs may be that Is done. TlR' attitude of the Saajiich Coun- upon the free advlee tendered then Though this mlrto Sgalnnt ClUneSF diplomatic itil.v.lim> govomed to some tottent by the ex- cil has never wavered this mat- by your oorrespondsnu ss to bow and this lave that la dead. With full extra- lexritonal rIgbU. Dcat last spent tldas^ ONf torn ouuidlng Immediate amends and repertenocs oC the pdlt' It was a ter and^ever wUL a paper abonU be eonducted. IMOHHtlD TAZT, left Instesd If Alderman Marchant will come ^ fund of ccnClacatsd money and Liberal rvpresentsMon in Parliament the of the Council Chamber some time 1743 Haultain BU ee^ VMorla, BA. Where the broken ranka pi i^ lt> the note warm that in tb" that placed a former Labor Oovpm- to June 1. 1031. and discuss the issue, he wlU soon waves retreat. future ttw BevieL Ooverament win menf in ix^a'T and kept It in po«T rind our how much we will squirm, pnce- not feel bound by totarnatkmaily•nie pearl of their meniane^ Orit FAILING VORKSTB brief term. It was the action unri will probably learn a few plain ftar ncognlsed extra-terrltorlsl ri«hi ejr,_My aMnitinn has JtHt been respectmc Chinw mij^Kinn and of that Liberal repreaenUUoo which tn]th.i about inlcrmumrlpal affairs senrral, and indemnities In par- called to a very good edltortol to a eonaulst'^'^ r>r\ Hnvirt Union terrltor> reduced ibe Liberal Party to the in entttied "Malting nrlitjt are bring violated Quebec nea tieular, while pitltol poHUea! nsnnaM tt IS todSy In eoneluslon. If he is a gsotle- the Deaert.** by Ohior .c nuihfintiejc ^ , ^ arvl 'lin' in't'.' rr-uf In ^hf ul'lin this enoDsnt editorial I am man he wUl retract his Statement: mate itMi'irpUon of tho ri*iiiain!t of If not I for one wOl hBOW to what obliged to take excepuon to only with rethat is and Give l,iP.D,E, Library him. place statement, flOe the party by either the 8oclali5t or category to W. STUBBa gaid to the length of Ume tliat will ttic OonservaUvas Parti*--At toe result of their i-if.!!- to ih' Ralph Btreei. Baanieli. BXJ., Juno 1. alaBae when the commercial explot-Pemsnd fof Qaoen Al>-iundra Solariuni. nt MKl .Iiin*> 1 tesi tatfcn c( our fcrests must end. The i.ibrral Thus the actions of undisputed statrni'-nt T h ^\ made Immedww aiTK-nd- nnd refund of Bsy. the National Chapter, l O.D E l» in i'-r ihreatof Party are rexponslblr for itip iJolUlronriMst»Hi pr .,RPORTINO NEWS In the press thmi, deleeaie*. yesterday t^k up a cotrinrif in a note lecttnn «i*h enorniNi; Uji. toeing retaliation wa.i procf-ed* of which eal confusion whirh prrvaibi In Blr.— Permit mp to ru/h to your that wufi 'he ChUMse diplomatic thev forests tlirougb Brs. handed the an !OX)E llbrsr* Oivat Britain today and for the rescue In TOur issije of May 30. taken in cur repreeentatlve here yesterday by The vutiors aWi'-n lo th' O Coventry, duease insects and wind, tocether boatoOM confusion and depression ovrr the «iffnatur<' the afltowirtedvsd wt tt IC. Karaltlisn, former S«Mlet Am- IvoikiM- <>tyMt gas worth of Mrs. appears a IcH't whirfi ymi sym- with China The note M;»tth'*«!i ifoUwrwort. acnt over that OMSt toevltakly falknr to the U> of wood annuaOy. baMiaOor cords 000.000 3P r.ip'ifned "American pathetically v^vm rear- rirnftslv [M-fi'p^Ird thr rsJd of the from WoShetaM to he seld.ea bewUe the uoesrtoto potttloal con- laSd Kewt Havina sifted the extra- a period of le« than \trr%fni n.k-l HJivif St i:T>MiUle Harbin. ManWe are toU that if an- ordttMiy phraieology of Uie leUcr. wtll nee the snd of tt^e ditions. half of iboMrtMi. -"hwrRr^j that rhatt#b urirl hurln our rupidly dwli' of •xplolUlion other Borlallst Oovemmrnt stiould which contains such BngUsh lama t. Id l>'*n lUfH-'-ilv e as ->en founded antbcntfedty.'* "a and. naUooally. fi»raLed by Die Chinese from tbe The moat Why not dn greater majority of toe people of forsst sitn Mfa antnisted wUh power, bwaiue the moM dangeroui propaganda to oonaulate Victoria." and "In October I was the The Soviet noto points oet toal impaoeCrshle )W«leT which the pubUc Is today betoc foroei KuppoTtlng It in the House apparently a newcomer to Victoria, deliberate WlU be fiebisr toan tbe foraea I gatoer tbat ymir correspondent irnkied la Ip a tbe of the amount hide to to wishes The Colonist to eliminate sU depieUOD now taUOL igmoih^ u. tbm^an tt . baseball news, all intemaUmial golf' BOpoOmt and fweape e of wooded areaa as weh as to ins news, rcperially that written by small extent of hUMS. vas nato Bmito iwirnn tt Walter Higen. all rtrlng news save the oompafatlvely our remalotaig avsBs s supply. D H ootcm. ml OMsM. SMmivs *4» iSMasa< aSrMli «a XIU. t (II.ONIST IN NFW YOBR and excepting that relating to ttie The most sertous ptaaas of afl ta. M Bi An4r«*^> l>rMhr<#rtKa OhwfWK Th'- CoionlAt U dellvfr'-fl t« Ihr Derby, and deeeto Me «arttog psBaa Tr»« Mini*"r rtl Mana- tnS e>*h*rW IMS Mp«lnM Or W»Tfcr«i as I bave previously potots d out. pflBclpal New Yark hotels, on order to cricket and Isa. As one who IS straight Ceastflan aaly. by ttw Long Acre Newqiaper r*^»»r hj»»t ! lft«t HiBh WKlirr AS««-<> from Iftr HalBlftAtf OimiiIii HeoUTC May 13, the aftnoon Order may to dven ta by birto. of uodlhited DtHvecy. Isa4a Ut Um wiOMj «r lU r^M «l4a^jMhjgM^«vtaHr Utal U» Vtoto imiiiiieiii psiMdsgs and one who pimd tba Bhs ortokst to hii yeaih. Z to

malntnined in power even for a brief pTiod as a result of his sup7vir por'. Oeorge may say someihlng be has said before, tost tfreumstaoeei alter oasss snd thst It mas to espsdient to such cases

>~

A

they

Trtfle.i

petty

Tlieoe

rwtJTilnts;

soul

Yet hr who proves them M) Mujit needs posMs* a constancy And courage, (frard and bold. They are the TrUles that have made the Saints.

—Vtom swirr

sahlng

MlM

Mb

o«rontiiti<-<

tels foa

Ai

m

AM

^

Oieat Thooshto

ANbes—«• asB

plied.

m

FARnNo

aealsos.

fftMl.

i



fl

when

love

feast (list ol

half fulfiuedl

e^"

Jesting

i-^

Tlie waking of a heart to heart of one burning ktas; ,

Tba apMndov

eatwined. than torn apart

—Wm H. Ogllvtab to The

Olainiie Bsiaia.

not WBUr-TO-DO rARMBR It is false to

we compare

it

BSy that agnrulture do^Mi't pay. whe^ wHb oUier ixrupations and protes-

We

beHeve on the contrary tnat the eultlvaior ha.-: had a Rood year, when, afti-r Jiavlng iHXMght up ami r(iiirat****n cmBtetably situated, thougb they may not know it, than tour-tlftha of the rcet of the wortd. Quebec slons.

.

i

wr

more than hu.'iBer seaff! aU dread piiwrr;! haj^ willed

This sacTtilce made wet with leara?

What

to the United Btatoa tar-

pet thoasud

will

uru!

Oovemment and

A A

this pntvinee is porllcuiarly Interested to the rales to ito into effeet on wo(.d and it.-^ man-

Is It

Fnulund

duetlcn and toe prtoes at which coal ean be Hdd st a profit has 4 nothing to do wlto toe cese^

TBinn A

WEILERS OovoruBent

Blr.-^Iay I add my testimony to committed therefore, to be very sure that they other do not sign any agreement until the views already expre-vied by

tenutivniy

;

;aw

from Orown laadi the duty

you.

mUss: hsvtog IsM Its programme of re- council is thajwne. For Alderman Maichsat^ wforforms before Parliament, the most _ Portland—Banmelflr. 90,13: wind, B£. 10 mOea; interesting i|ue<>ilon of all m what mation I would like to say that the Saatoch Council is elected to look 4 miles ^oudy. Seattle—Barometer. SOM: wind. That U after the intere;-!^ of tbe ratepayLloyd Ueorge do San naadseo-Bazameter, 30.16: wlndL N.W^^ will Mr. not an easy question to answer ofl- er! and to .nee that they get vataie mflco: elsar.

LUMBBR AND TARIFFS

amendments

Is

...

,

fl6-

.^yst«rn

cloudy.

What power

In the

of

and an

MM;

O

ufactures At present the, export from BrltiAh Columblg of logs of fir, spnire and cedar, or Western hemtock. Is free, except when such logs are out frau lands affectod by Oovomment contr(ri or recoAatloa. la the ease where they are exported

It

to a policy of nalumrtllTatlon of the

1

iff

the loose leaf

mlnsa Its supporters will insist upon its doing tbat. It is oommttted bave no protection. to a policy of railway natlooallaaWould-be purchasers are advised,

Prince Rupert— Barometer. 29.98. calm; cloudy, wind, a., a mOm: rtevan pdnt—Banmelff.

office expires.

B.C.

of

make the first payment If you will sign toe documents. No opportunity is given you to and approve of the boots before the doeumentj are signed, so that U, on receipt, of fhem, you ftod that they are not whai you expected, you

offer Co

coal they produce.

prince

diaheartentaig

of

wsitcme by ps f l sim s and

diUgsDoe.

the downfall of tjie British system of Ooveminent and the dis-

wind. N.W.. 4 mUes;

cloudy.

I

:

stadss

Gift Everlasting



ly

It ruption ol the Drltl/ih Empire. U pledged to nationalise the coal

wind. E. 6 miles;

aoofi

— The

bride would love a gift "f quality furniture for quality furniture Urs utility an
The June

a system

purcha.'.e

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the

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distribution

29.80.

Give Furniture

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wealth of the country. 08 48 There la almost as much magic 6& Average attached to Ihe word nationalissUoo 44 Minimum on the grass —-'r'Z. as the trustful old lady thought mlBiita& Bright ninshine (PWday). 3 hours there was to the blessed word Oencral stale at tbe weather, ekmdy. Mesopotamia, N:iMonMi7f the coal I P Jt. WBATBBa flames and tliert* *ilt i>r a superVletorla-aanffletsr. IOj06: wind, 8.W.* II mUes; abundance of worli tor rhe mlnnrs

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He has promised naships must be removed tionalization In connection with no Other British industry. The task he will have abaad In bringing about State control of coal mining la a difficult one It will meet With powerful opposition, and evrn hi.^ ooveftiment -to-be may be wrecked In interference with a basic Its attempt at audi induatry Ot-her pre-eleetinn pn)mlaes made by Mr. Macl>jnaid. and whkli no doubt would be among the first considerations of a Labor Oovtories Bill, ratify the

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BOOK AGENTS

emmrn: will do after It Is SWOrn for S89 M, payable in eiRhteen mto it^ hiRh offlce is the question months. S pjn™ June It asked whether ihu, Is an Amermany others besides our friend at

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awtouh'tft'g

modem

age. At the age of lur edoeaUon began. She was taught tht* deaf and dumb

the

nKllISII NEWS Blr,— I feel I uiuft write to Indorw Uie senUments of Mr Coventn'.-. ican publication be wlU probably lelU-r of May .10 hav*- not ycr. I the bulletin board will ask. But all give an evasive answer and may recovered from my feeling of iihame Bain Mln. Max. thMS quesUons depend for their pomt to certato artldes wrlttsn by ycara ago, a clever and BCRie wtien. 03 49 answers upon what Mr. Uojd Canadians, but the greater part is much-traveled American told me r>a written by Americans for American wito a wtilmsioal smile nhat to get Oeorge doea readers. gipg'^**, or toe British Bm• * • of news ;>4 4A .16 Thinking that this is a looie leaf plre. he hsd to wait till bis New If >4r. Oeorge turns the BaldeDcyclopacdtii and a Canadian pubwin Oovemment out and puts lication, on'' ny.\y decide that one York papers arrived. Your today s 4A correspondenl says In his last para40 a Socialist Oovemment in, that would like It One then asked to graph, '11 Mr Coventry will turnlsh 46 Government is pledged to enter Nlgn a contract and a promlSKory our local papiTs wUli cricket news. 40 00 payable at a bank. ThLi con- I feel eonfldent tliat If space can note and diplomatic immediate mto 00 40 tract states among other things Surely, Mr. Editrade relations wlto Rusals. There that Tt is unooodiUonal and cannot be found 00 tor, that little word "if U the point sa 44 may not be mush opposition to Us be cancelled-" Are wp, who of the whole matter 74 54 If you say that you eannot spare domg that, although the mlssloo of are nniisJi subje.-t.^. living under a 71 b\ ii the Soviet Oovemment Is to seoom- the money JuA then, toe agent may British Osg and Kubscnblng ipre44 61 .41 tor

Meteorotagical Office, vaiorta. B.C^ at

****

most fveveo

icccniair,—X«st year, and (under a slWttly dlffmot naaw>. ol seUlng books whkSi. to to aay that today I weuldnt leave match lu I -iwin of hL: dlsponitlon ttU «ar the least, does not follow tbe my garden to see a orlcket usual methods of BrtUrii and Cana- If I were paid for it—and that I IcadprBnip of li < i-ivcriiniriit and dian Amu. has twen operating to speak tor per cent of Canadians. .- ^i-t at the House Vu':i.>na and other cities in Canada. It is a nice game for the players I ilnd that a number of personn cslsHng oondlUons in Ureal unuui —and that is all you can lay for it Class a in persuaded to purchaie action There isn't enough oould not be a very pleasant Job have been luidcr this system and are far from A cricket game to csoite a pussy Probably he would father bold In cat. Bo far as the tsa is luihiMIMM being flatlsded with the result. oommonlOn wito his pigs to Ms be- order that o'hera may have warn- I xm all for It loved county cif WorreAier than face ing to be careful, would you tW good If I had my way I would eilmlnato a hoaUle house composed of such | enougb to allow Uus letter publicity all the prelUninary propaganda with to relereooe to any wort, bostog, base~ your paper. hetsrogsneous poutical efcwsnts. TbM procedure Is tflmethtng like baa avUiUon or whaCoot, and oonthis: A letter is sent stating that the nne mys^ to anDStmeeaent cC Our friend at the bulletm board recipient has been selected as one the event and. whan It ooouxa. an pertinent being interested in rerelvini? commight have asked us a accurate acoount. and perplexing question than what pllmentitry u ii'- • ri-Icrence encycloI wonder U Mr. Coventry knows pnvllrKr of pur- that more cricket, and better cricket, WlU Btanley Bsldwto do now. Be paedia with the chasing on special easy irrnjt a loov \A played pblladalphto than Is might have a*sd us what win Ram- leaf extension (.ji k und u^i^urcJi played m Victoria? say MacDonald. or what will Lloyd prlvllef;es. May 1 say UkiL ! .ipprf^ -ati- tiie A few weeks I'fvr an agent will effort The Colonist la making to Oeorge do now. We are almost a> f-*u show spOGlBMSI..BBBH-JAd chronicle local and world sports, and sure about what Ur. M s rrwmiifl types of binding. He will prabaMy quite sure the majority wlU do aa we are about what Mr. explato that owing to tbe great ea- that X am of your readers, while critical here Baldwto will do. Mr. MacDonald pense Incurved his firm doea not and there, are im you? Will form a Ooverament. His sup- advertise, but Is present intt t his W. Q. HORRia. porten will Insist upon him doing offer to certam influential pt-op;.' ui 140 Medina Street. Vkilcria, BXJ^ May 31. b>'.'n Gov- return for a testimonial and the to be relieved

th;i[

Vanoouver

raOOEAHMB

loss.

The Weather

Vielcrta

BftlXUH LABOB*B

durm^hls lengthy

friends

ITBLBN

ii

and blind from early chUdhood. haa become one of the

through ooUege and graduated with hooon to tMM. Bbe was bora at TusemnMa. Ala., to tan. Her Ufe is a paramoonl

i

the thought above all uthem which wUI be uppcrmovt in the hearts of the people of BSmplre on this oomlnc birthday ol Hla Majesty. More than erer the King is enthroned In the hearts of thr KuhjrrtA of Empire. Hie hold he has on their ;iff. (Lions was typified as It never has

been before in

i^s'dBttto «iU M In

\

would

The sudden death of Mr p r« derlck Moore re- Uar clrcuinsianees. Bui wc bethis moves one who was a plunccr in.iust rlallst to lieve Mr. Baldwin is not thai kind community. He took a promin«nt an as techni- Of a pafaUe aum. in f sot. we beUsve way in co- the prime Minister wlU be daUghted cal adviser and in a more pM^lanUal and operation with the toto Ol^Bl J. A, HaU. of the cares of ofdee.

belief continues to per^^lrt despite the slight repreficiit.

atand upon ihe order cf his goii«

and An'ide to meet Parttammt. We ha\r known Prime MlnLslers wlio N* Mtft io Um 'CWl 0««f M havt' done that under fllni-

ffbrnary the hope has been entertained that he ta well on the road to complete recovery and that undergoing nt

or

Provl&elal OepartmentLpI Lands.

The people of the MatUn, who mrywfaere tomorrow will be wUhUiK His Majesty nwny hftppy

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those who torn iudga fee

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THE DAILY WTABX49HXD

RlWANIANSTfl

Wear Canidiaa Shoes or British Shoes

Maynard's Shoe Store

n> ifii ELECr in tU I KS

High-ante EirtfU"

n

Hotel

dlislng-i«n.ffipper.

Pbone

Bldg.

ot^ BCT. H. P. B.lMl»m,jmaiar Albert., over whuh -he wm coufSeTj-Pcr National Park. Andrew'* PpeBbytetlan Ohureh. w.U ?;^»'c«Sd. Amateur ch3fT,pu.rx.sn,p« nearest ''^^-'^^A^JLi liii to it «eak to members of tte Klwanb STfaTthe entire coan.r .^ an oneto e^, oiuToD Tueiday at tbelr luncheon w,.h so,n cAher to dau is 74. Comi>.r.d Booupsr, not meellDi at U:10 p-m in the BnprM* Si. endlhat »HM» trr^ •- lot ^of reputation, nuy be wrecked this nw ballroom on eome P*«*e «

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Sale

on

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pnv.tc

wndd

which

m.ni.trr

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instant pl^a-.irr

Fm

good road. r^.rfve miles from towu on -

Woodward

E- S. y

.

F.dttte

=

$10.00 $15.00

U

Phone

728Y«tM

Govemme-nt

3883

Street |

change In vfsterday by Hon.|

I

Announremrnt pr,\u\-

W

wa.; niiu?'-

of this

MlnWer of Mines, m-npleted arrange-

A

MrKrii.'ir,

he hai of ments for the immediate removal a Short talk SPINKB— There passed away In Mr. George Clothlw. engineer in by Rotwiaa Tom Walker on "Straw- this city on Friday. Btoma Splnks. charge of the district, from Nanaimo berry Growing." and !»rveral dsBsi- wl/e or John Ckmrlton Splnks. of to Vancouver. tlcatlon taUcB. The Holan- nrchCBtra 1936 Quamlchao Avenue, aged sevMinister eiplalned that from after

ta the Bnprem Botel 13:10 pm. WlU inohlde

Phon« 17M

CampbeU BuUdinf

Aieni.

retUled for Pn)Vlnclal

Colors, sizes and styles to Sale Price*

$5.00

OfflCPS.

••sraAwantST hymn .*nin« was Ilock of AJf**' The proaramme at Thuwday fi The colDo was covered with bcaualuncheon leaskia at the Rotary Club fol flowers. ballroom at

ply

suit everyone.

NO f. toeladlng an the couver Uland and a part of Mainland, wtU be moved ImmediVanrouvrr. ately frem Nanaimo to win be located In fbe former Tt T.vhnlral Srhool lUiiMinir rerenlly

W

eOC QQ ^PfcW.ww

silk knit.

Canton and |

(rtd

MAIDMKNT—

when work

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Surn.ncr Frocks^ \n Extraordinary Value in Dainty of the most The crotip com-prises a splendid choice jersrva. ^aJimble mat.rial.-georgette.^Celanese.

I

ObUuary

dUilng-room

and term.

price

'm

Th(? Influence of MoUcti. incturr;. on Conadlftn ClUsenshlp. and Partlcularlv rp
night

1.,

bom. .nmfort

Sale Price

MOVF

Cyri:

6 o'clock In the private iit of the Empram Hotd, of Ttae remains repon.s of (he orgaDlntiOBS were laid to durlnir the past year wul be Mti. Susie Maldmant OmrVry yest*>rpresented, and the election ol tt« rest In Hon Bav •)' funeml takiuii 1939-30 eOloers take place. This win dsy afternoon C Piinr-ml B HavwaJ'l Round pla.-e fmcii the of meeting be the final Kn.'i.' ofTlriaUnK .1 ;;h.»p'-l. I'.'-TUde trntU eariT In Beptember. The frlfna' the pref.mrc of 111 gbowino''

elcc-

W

dWf

Mr

di-Mni'^.lJn

wm

FOR SALE will

a

AS

r.c. .u.rWM rv^ryth.n« rt«iriS JSTftrongly 1>.mU. »nri P-r.h am ^ U^vrlv ...1 Wtt There W . rtcl.ghtful Icn tho-r Vho .M>rrr

Wni Mrd^n wl^h

o'clock,

wtU lead

at by me KiwTiniis Club for members The Kumiults Club "xocuUve will Kiwanlan WUIlam m'^t un Wedne-sday nIglU. At • BEEN AT NANAIMO ffifCI tiM borne or Mtas Zjumv on Prtday. Junfe 15. Dancing, octock_ at the residence iNADOimATioN or wtU Mambridge and otber entert&lnment Maoxae. oetober fcfansMwm STSTEM be provided. A eommlrte* ol KJwanla ben of the chib are xsquestad to refreehlor responsible be wlU ladles attend the CUrl OoldeB garden party Minrnil SwT of towmnls neadquartrr* ments. Ttw proceeds wlU go at Oofemment Bmae next SattirBe District No. 6 dBfi»yin« the cmt of the Dr Howurd day. In which the Timeum^ew. MlUer Memorial. which la sponsored by ttkS Xkimms Uyyai The Victoria Tafcle "T win parttripate. wiU Club, Headquarters eC the Piovinda! KnlffhtJt of the Rounel TaMf Mtoorai Dlsfor Tucaday Department oq Mines hold ltJ5 annual mwUnK Van-

v^^*^

ClSH Country ResMeoce with

lliKh

8il5

St

B*irlcer

vcma» haabW«r*nfeo



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room

Frt>cics in printed \ Remarkable Sale of Surnmrr crepe rov:il an.l prorgcrepes and chiffon. Canton, suit every pcr^on.^ Sixes to 48. and styles to cttc Formeriy $29JO to *45.0a ity.

_

nght here.

1

xprned ih»t r| Bleaker, and 11 repnB^nlalion of Uif club lirge membersmp win nw»r ibe dlacounw The Kiwanifl nrrhc^ttra wlU prwide thr rntTtJilnmciit.

WANTED-AN APARTMENT HOUSE price

w

Hotel ^( ne u Oriental sltuailoo, with which very famlUar by Tlrtue of tata UJe in resldencr in thm nuartw of Y[)y*fr^ GhA 00 Thursday night Klobe Mr UittreU U an rxi-ellMrt the SmpresB Hotel private dinine

fl

Otea

Frocks

traps, as well as U>r lengthy

THE slope of the ground, the bunker, and

pjn.

711

L^f^^d Lah«. glWf« pm Lake. Dmp Ctrve, Patricia Bay. Brentwood Ba—noi, Sookc

Corda« Bay,

$22.75

pjn.

upper.

Recuperation Homes for

Price

$16.75

iODAT-tT—dtons Club. DomtetfMJ Hotd dminK-roam. HhwImod. n u

1

Rejuvenation Desirable Furnished Summer ox Rent

mole, American broadlaJI A repreSusluki airl sentative display of the season's smartest styles. Re^lar to $,V'.50. Sale

tailored

Sale Price

$22.50.

.

^

Relaxation

in

prws Hotd prtfMe dtattf-WKJO*.

Wwmm^

Limited

Tweed and

Triintine

Club. Kmpref*

n m,

Davis & King^

pm

r>-UrtKT M.uuMorLs, 8

Marrar

mUHi^DAY— KotAry

Coats o( Tricotine. Kasha and Satin, with colUrs oi

Tailored

Coats of

and novelty effects. Kormerly pHced to

-Kumtiilcs Club, cjtof Miss rnitlve mf^tlnir n^iilpnrc

WFllNKSDAV

oZ^:^ $650

717 Port St

prMfl

Fieautiiiilly

12 10

hmcheoTi.

Bot^ b»Ur«HB.

Cam

ind Artion

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Grand Piano In KUcBDt Stoaewood

Coats

men

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Onentdl bitualion— Kins-

Ttimt SMt iWBXKB HOST FBOPUB TRADE

Superi

Jasper

Rev. H. P. S. Luur.ll Will

649 Yatca

Beutifal

at

1929

NEXT TUESDAY

Empire

to the

Hole

Difficult

2.

HEAR MINISTER

I

Be Loyal

a

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SLXDAY. JUNE

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FIVE ESTATES

1

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fumlfth mtislcal nunib4^rs. Owing to tomorrow being the King* birthday, the Oyro Club haa poatponed Ita regular Monday lunchMr. C. F. eon session this week. Thorn. repTMentaUve of the Nattonal will

The

bom

Manchester. In Vancouver. Mineral District resident of victoria be administered much

enty-aevsn.

No.

ARE PKOBAIEll

fl

more lEogUnd. and a can she u ^urvtvpd eiOclenUy than from Nanaimo alfor seventeen years Jndldal Oodilsns Vlaeod ea by her husband, twn ^on.v WiUiam though It includ'-:. Vanroiiver Island. Henry, of VjcLorl.-v, antl Major- From his new oftltr Mr. Clothier CSlMMlils at VMoria Oeoeral sir Charlion Rpink.i. K b e will be able to reach moet points D.S.O.. or Cairo. I-lcypt. also four In the area under his direction more administrations and Probates Japan. wQl address the Oyna at Krandrhlldrrn. Tli'' luneral will take rapidly than was possible from the Supreme Court of Lh& tuneheoQ on iConday, June 10, place from the residence on Tues- I-^land ntv In addition, the Oov- Issued out of the at VWflrta dnrtng Columbia In ttie chamber of Oommeroe. afternoon at i^tt o'olook. pro- emni'-ni, h*--. frit for some time that Brttirti day the »e*At the supper nMetlng ol tba ,.mmA^r^ to 8t Mary's OtamtH. Oak It Bhould be represented to Vm- the past few weeks tncludM f\vr estates: lowing at offlheld Bay. where aerrlce will be couver by Mines Department Samuel E Beckett, late of Van3 o'clock by Rev. A. do I<. Nuniu clslB because of the great interest couver. who died on February a. Xotennent in "'w'wff development among busi\u;irflt(l Mr. Ill for I*, KiMl Rcnr. Mr. OoopK. S35.31B. esUte. ;i9M. among will be made In Ross Bay Oaneieqp. ness men of Vancouver, and Thomas OUbln. lata of Vietona, >\ ork ill ili>i<'i'v People coming to Vanvlsllora. 19»; esUte. RICHARDS— The d'-at.h ocruired roitver from aU parts of the world who died on April 6. secure from the r-trrd-iy of CMiver Rlchitdv of iO« will be nble to Mrnit>#r« n1 VlctwU CSOlombU La6»* MawWim^l»te ' Mill*". Depiirtmrnfs branch there **S^tt* Isabella N-i A r A A M.. arc T*mf«i#
Modern Heating P rttenwfJjMjrt

Cub

Mcdowell & iwann

Company

Refflster

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ait

Skagvt^ay

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and Return

$90

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NEW

CHIEF JUSTICE

fii

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will tery.

CAM

View

Street

Vhw

Mr. Joseph Myers

among mining

mm

Ing director of

the

Ud

wils well

cnn-.titiienrv nf Nelson tn the last ... Mlsi Iiaivvninirii etpcUoOB.

'

Summer Prices $13.25 per ton

Illy.

$13.50 per ton

vuf:

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Iter

tl3.7S per ton

August

travelbX

present

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Is

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lished with attractive for women seeking employment. On floor win be the office of jfrrcHEU- Mr Benry Milchen. the at the Pfovlnela] superintendent of the of W19 PrinrrM Avenue, died hu employment service and the factory 12 45 o'clock this morning at of and minimum wajie intpeciorr n^dence. He was flflyHdx I^epartmrnl of Funeral announnswent wlU be Bruiehes of th'

the admittedly Zealand, as he foremost barrister practising In tha4 aoumtry. i.-^

J

What

f

1:

wtii

.-nibject

be

for the rvenlni;

Mean—ihlp.

NaneUfli and

Airohoi - What Is the unfantiven OhostT ti sin agntMt the Holy Uien n*eh a thing as a lort aimIT What la the efject ol akoho) on the ptrtMal centres of man's body? esptained The««> rrif^'tlons wUl be during the ewmtnc talk. rw.

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til"

Mnt

e\tT»lne

I>avl5 Kill rcirr,rneiv*'

and lonc'l'' "'k i-nminc '»

The will

a new "rnhjeci

ing to ihta knowledge the esolerir ductleas th* of underrtandlRg S^OOO miMioo pictujT eooMltUic latya.

tbetr

Happy SttmnMr

Bi;e,

made

Ootdoorf wKsl you buy

thst**

aHdi

in

buying one o( thr us«l in the hondrrds of car batBsms OB Ais pese. 'f^ tO St n( your f^-rt »"> [''-"e *irill, any hme.

lioQ to

liMefl

if

A

you have a car vmi H

rmnakm

I.ke to

that

Ions people will lee yew^ ad

Cu

folwa,

the

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y«u

see the ads olfaoi

jm

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a es

p^

Aan.

^ta

af

SilMliSi-

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Awat*

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Tmt

Ckr

be "In-

spin'.uU nijicemroenl and A study of the the PinrAl Olanri mdorrlnr Rland.^ from the most wirntiflc Mwirces will be made, addtniti'-.n

^dante and

yws

A

an Jivrnn-

Slr'-rt 'ITk-

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Karma?

Mr* P

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MscGachan

Mme

Thottghi Temple Is

driftad too far. a Ml sea tanfte over 1 thalT dinghy and thnw tba men into the sea. *1 made all haste to their aielstance ag soon oji I wan awikrr of the

am

m

liy NcmeslR' Is it a punishment? llMse are s few of the qtieetlotw of the whtr.h will be ih** theme the New momlns --frvirr-^ a' PftrV Th("ialit TnTiplr fi42 Nfirth

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Chief Justice Myers was bom In New ZpAland in 1(173 and was called He took silk In to the bar In 1B97 Lotin Tltrcft. In refer ring to hla appolnlmenl, .mid that to he would be wnrmly wrlcomrd New the highest Judicial position

llftt.

IIPEN

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31,

cgttUr price, $14.00

WALTER

wUh

M.

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T»« SMMMWMit Caa»Sa awsfS waa «M« •* tSa aa tt

Kilters In Europe.

i

l.iiir.

to Oaoada,

OEOROE

•la««lai warft t*

My

Myers, a sister of tfie MeW Zealand Chief Justice, also spent

yean

Til

disunn to rSr>( r.irtv of Mnlhers and ChOwiiy extnasdy In H the po.M drcn U> Begin Holiday ai Soefce death ooBnrred Abeat Jsm «• The Tpchnlrn! Prhool BuUdlng, the neral Jubilee which was erected in 1912 as a labor BoepiW. of Mrs. Margaret Jordon. temple, purchased tW tbe dorem^ The lormsl opentog of the Social aged seventy-four. bom in Oermany ment in 1030 and rented to the Service Sunshine Camp at Soc*e and a resident of this province I« Vancouver School Board until la-^tt Harbor is to Uke place atooutl Liiiny-ouo ywirs, latterly on the year, has been altered and repaired June 30 The first party of mothers aooke Road The funeral will be at a cost of about «MJBOO. Mr. Mc- and children will be taken OMt ab«it on Tuesday aflemooo. at 3 30 Krnxle (tsplalned. TtM two top thli lime and given a two weeks on Uwf^ frtmi t he Sanda Funeral noors are belnR o^'-uplfd bv 'h" o'clock .!)rfay, and immediately be Rev Mr Toyer. of Van- Workmen's Comtx^n af , .t ,ti Chapel Mi ture aantber party rouver. WlU officiate, and the re- the staff undf-r it .idmin.su rmti oM t^hen out. mains will be laid to rest In t*ie RHe p#'n!'lon-i Hnlf of the ground The number of names already reCamp family pU* at Roes Bay Cemetery. ceived M the social Senhoe floni- \_i occupied by the Oovemment lor men, with nfhces indicates that further oonat- Enipi-ntiifnt Offices BOtOMAN— Many friends furnish to needed aocommodatlon be win improved tribution5 gTCft'iv tended the funeral of Mra^ Christms for the public and the staff. The holidnys »« *5f J«*^2? Bergman, which took place on Sat- remainder Of tMa ftoor wlU be children whose need hss been disurday afternoon from McCall Broa' occupied by the Provincial Game Qonm) by membats oi the eamMadame Sherry Funeral Honw Warden. Bryan WUllams. and his mittee or toterestwl conducted the aervtce. in which the i^o Half the baaement will be iribufiors may be wi* either staff. to hymn.i. "Lead. Kiiidly Ughf and service employment The TlmM or Colonist nfTrr-^ or used by tile •Abtd" With Me. were njng. "Still, the cajies of nn- the offices of the league, room 4S hendltng In largely as a With Thee" was also sung branch Art ftde Bulldin« Ross ildUed worker* The women s solo, intermcit was made the employment lervlrf wUl •me lengiie acknowledues. with of Bay cemetery wUh the fon«S« srtond flour, where thsnlt^, the following further conthr half occupy Msaira J- Martin paUbearers: Jonca Mr^ O conunodloiui office* have been estab- tribution^ »2J. jT ObUa> 'nwnaa P^trand and D Mrs. O. ultlng rooms Orwnt .

PSOF.

Of (IM t'»lw«»lT •* T«ri«U, J- »• TrrrtU mt^al Bwartf^

iM-iui

leveral

Raw Bay Ceme-

h^

vtiMwn

for the

Interment tlon of offlren, Mr. McKentle said, would Increase rtflnrnrv greatly was a member and enable officials to co-operate

ofllcj*!*

uu

jDRDOK— ibe

bi Uu- n^.n-Tk-M:ii'^. ninn'

Northern Manlloba, una man

,

ConsenaUvp randldate

the

will

plarr In

The

Trt-

aaau

last evanli«, at

Canudu

years a resident of

5776

uke

r.

Paawaaw SevaS mc.

TisleHa

CAMP

deceased of the Masooio Order.

The appointment of Mr. Michael Myers. KX;.. as Ohtet Justice of New Bsahtnit In suceeaakm to the lat'' Hfr Gbatles Bkerrett, will be of in t«rart to many Canadians, in vie<,i Roaditere the Coupe*. Rent Sedans, of the taet that a brother of ..,,» T-".'.iring« new Chief Junttre the latj" Mr Joseph Mycra. *ar< l"i a nuiDWr ol

Hill s Drive Yourself 721

Chadwlck

Canada

a»rt SUM*. or vriu

c aMrM

SyNSHINF,

Mr. Mlrhjvl Myer^ llaff Family Ai aaclatlona With Dominion

We

Caaadiao Natfenal steamers.

m

couver. B.C., With the eatahlUiment ifw Mason, of London, Thriglanri. and mlnca office, the now Ootemraent i\ Miss P. Richards, of Devoaport, Eng- offlce bunding at the comer of land. The remains are at Hay ward's Dunsmntr and Homer f^treeta will The funeral concentrate under one root vlrtuaUy liC. Funeral Chapel. will be held on Wednesday afUrr- all Oovemment actlvtUea not housed P. F, A. con.'wUda(lev. .JCU>rlc This IKx.li in the court-hoiise. ,

I

lhi4

Alaiikft— land ol romance anil to gold. Enjoy this ten-day holiday of comfort and relaaation on pals-

.

.

Sacman

i

CruUe

Summer.

North a thousand milM through the calm watprs of lhe"Iitside Pasiage"

1

Mtoes and the rvpartmcr.f of Kdu-

later.

OfHce Open From 9 A.M. to 10 P.M.

PHONS tl

KinB tlO

M »^-}S^\J^,S^ tM,

Ml* C Mac>dero

WfT.

LIGHTKKEPER MADE BRAVE RESCUE OF WRECKED FISHEKMAH

Md

B.C."

i

Too may

ftpp^rances. the accident gave txiih Mrs. idl

be

j

i

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j

nirre |

Moran

[

and me a great shock. "Mrs Moran muH have

had a gni*-llif.w cxp' M' iH ' ui «he watched thr whole prTo-»-diugs through the She was constanUy blnoruiars. aware of my own daoger, as I was which rowboat, to my own Uttle miMl have Moad a Boall thing to her tatheheaTyveaa However, toas hynterlcal. itead of beeomtog aome women would have done, she

A

!

from Vancoo

laHv wruinu:

vi-r

h^T

who

US aot to BSe

n^li*

niii'ir,

have ii^d

S

I

I'acifir

Milk fof

find I jeara moat deJieiotj' make* It creamy puddiag» and aaace* In fact I (MS H lor cvcry-

nearly

(our

Ihing.**

We Are Wry Oktf l« |>eKan to plan how she could bast ease I. too. (^t thi» l-etlT carry on the llsht went under. It wa* not unUl tt waa aU over that she *.howfd shy stgnt of the Ktrain Ahe had been under progreaa good maklnn u MfJt Koran Though she U Urvrard.'i recov^rv. fmemn at A>t uirfu>< not yet able to do heavy work, she to atwaya bOsy. and helps nw with trvju.K fM)"Imtalled and all are made, the neaf Frtnee aataittw of tboas porttoDa of llw Vancmiver thus nrrrn Manrt i-uiht, departnwBtal tlM minister explained r^sdvtng valla, ato, tBal an vsttta ar— p upr will be a much more laturfaru^rv recognition for his bfaviry three reach.* *o purchase $30.0004100 [omtlnn for the rtafi than New is ment wrttes: They wlD share the nars aao. and uiudeeHy Westminster worth of producU daring the next ted a sad travwfy h«a Msl top floor with the staff of Che four ve»rK ani also ouUd anjwiowhen one of oar desr«t Workmen'.^ Compmuatlon Board and mooth. moWle factory undV off the I drowned Just Department t he Electrical BBargy nf Fnrd ens Lneeri, uiAnd. Bs was the aklpper of one , t^rday bv Hanry Ford and Cold StorYtmtiy thirty bttnd men sre now of the rtm*^**" amuuvcs Of BiMola. Undw «be Pnnre praetSeirw law to mgtsnd three be- age companyi boats from caliM Boperi. He and the endneer reeently called i« the Bar lg he ta^fveted to A 'uMt-n and rtayed to luncheor^ ^ng iRurr. Jens 1 An »gnmnmt doetlBB afiemwm HjuaU kicked up and 'h--" u«. u. and Oamaav Voetf tba aibecwfw ancnorin «yT»„'^, to drag her -ff ' I beat . L!!"?^ <•

\v..-i;.i w the Minister of P'li-': The foOowtot la an w»^J|«°; An informal meetlsc of the Vte- removal of iJie otiifcji oi ii^c baOm empVTvee Mr fohn Moran. an old loria nroup Of Toe H wlB. ba liwpecior from New Westntoatsr le 1'-"'^ ^ ^be of Th- Colonist In » on Monday evening. June *• * • Vancouver and iU ostabUahment In ,«vrfi;*rv of the loc^il Tj-p-iBTaphociofk. in the Board of Trade the new building. The boiler inThw iK 'he second time iij'^ „al Budding. 6ai Bastion Street Plans spectors wiU be cloee to their work Mmr^in hn i>cfn t he means of for the hr>itfr^ Mi saeeUng this where most at made Vaoeouver. wm be to ''^f^ drowntorjitf

m

PAOHCMILK

,

,

ac

1

i

.

work&V-party which wfll go oat to 0oo)te next Saturday to buM soe frerti air of the huts at the new camp. Any member who cannot a*tma this meeting win got to twch wixh the jobmaster, telephans aiOSR

Civil ServtmiM



branch of Amaliramated hold CtvU Bervant* of Ca-nsda U in the prn^tnrtal Its regular meeting -n "ine 10 cl«broom< .n aervanU' cWDroom< dvtl aervanUjtt»olutiQDs to be brought "P before the naUmal eemeMtaB at TuaoMn t will be dia tjyyf local

Tlw Daily Colonist

cstlon iil!»o art" on ihi-« floor Anntli'T im(wn".i'i' 'fii»nK*'. ann.< Acting nounced by Mr V' Kf^nr

TOC H MEETING

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M

•^UELD

i

KKldent. but t>rliirt; 1 could reach the overturned boat Mr lJ»hl had I was able to rescue (iyappeared. Afterwards th*> enalnrer. however ]\f informed me that Mr Dahl >\ad (lU'd of shock or heart laUure from

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Riutsin Mnkrft

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Ford Company



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THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA,

LIBBY'S FRUIT SALAD Nfyj rrailv

I'riut.s.

FlnMt W«tflMg

ti.

[Tifii nj

.

[I

I

K(>'

iir.

ii

35c ptdnti

SCaku P. AG. Naphtha, 1 Large PVt Chipso. Ivory aod 6-qL Eiianirl Krttl.- for ._ Aaat Dinah Molaaaes 4 R(«. National Uog Bi^uxts p*r

ICU

Cakes Ooest

...

_

2 3

Bread. l6-oz. loaves,

Gold Region

tha^m

POWER FIGHT

aid

af

•I

yeeterduy left iwllce. u, fkj.sume new duHss in

i»rovlnri»l liur

Vain'ouv^T ofBce,

Ibkea Oood Hhow -in the

T

M,P.P

oouamuT, JUna V-M a joint

KIRKHAM & CO., LIMITED Fort street -"'-'i^*^"Fruita 5523

Flah

THpt

S821

Pairs of Boys' Basketball Boots

-trong canvas

'

lif-tvy

1

1f>pii,

ankle prr

!-^'

'

genuine "Rufatex" soles.

All mtett,

11



Per pair

pecial boy.

STEWART'S NEW SHOE STORE '

[

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h.

.

If-'

f-:

!"

miment

Made-to-Order Suits, now

in. •atiaHed.

Spriiw

Many

Government

wo &

Victoria, B;C.

St.

^^flMia Mltford.

KXPLO8T0N INJURES M 6CRANTON. Pa.. June 1— Twenty personj

ractt run with

ten and enthusiasm

r&,rly

Lnjiir«>f1

manship, which was Holmes,

toria,

on Wednesday. June

aum

rmaal Inof Ftant reels farte Prev laee

Cbesk Is Kept la

Modem laclllUe* in ronnertion trmasportatlon. via ocoaa have brought British Columbla very closely in tuuth with all part.s of tJie world, pouit.'i fiut Mr with

W

Ow

i

«

;

Mann.

High

Jonp, 9.



Jonlor x. B. Sbopbara;

HaDn a.

J.

concern. other ear-washlnn Bring your car to uip f iray XJne

any

Washing

Depot.

Jump, intermediate— 1, Kir- ing 13 up. Roder: 2. K. Mann and D.

ij-inis

•rinp-

Hockey.

Homer:

mtCRnedlate

fnmm

3,

and

polish-



L

oubami

HarUey. High Jump, senior—1«

1.

J.

A

K. Wabnii;

Sooa and M. SteBla (aonaU. so yards. Junior— 1. Naimr Vaterson; 3, M. Duonhiff; S, J. nariiar.

—Oarden

end sale of work In tnmads of lA-. aod Ifta. R. W. Gibson. York Ptaoe. on Tueeday, JUne 35, a'

3. 8.

'f

fete

nTlivrk.

BU \UUhla/i H

(.irU'

tra arid

lllar

WJL

WlU hold work on 3:30 pjn^ at

sale of

WcdneMluy. June

5,

interbonse relay, L OaaaMre; 3, the home of Mrs. TtthtOi S» Mal. om: 3. Tuigot. Robertson Street I'Xv xni ^wori. jnatap—1. saocy 3, Jbaa -Brent* Ledger" Brentwood "Fvrry. liaiu; f, o.

W

r

3S

yards,

DarUng:

3.

klndergarln Jackie

nmutiful scenery, delightful lunr^ea.



1.

Jones;

3.

M a.

Berber

dinners.

Aoeommodauoo. PishPhone Keat-

buatms, bathing.

ing TIL

Pouto Jones;

tra-'i

ing,

race, klndejgartcn

3. J.

Barter;

3,

jack M. Dxrhni: I

rSSS S

A

BMp kwnm

Tte BeOday WbidShleld



can

For

'

amme

.1

(lanf^ rrcllAl Thefttre. A

Good hood

of two colocfUl •iBiad.

ProMi

Rlgb>ClaH Bakery


Pl-f. tmu.'-r

'I".'-

proaratnme

corwljiMiiit

baUeu and a number dtfenamnta be preoi

AttOH

tha

MMHUUna

nttoben daoeeo RiTtc.

KOOMt

WtUi RUllC KcIlT

Mlotit:

m

the bours Irom

ommer

Hlahft Dream,"

la

parUoa-

ummal

farly biaiBtttal. with aad tfkarmhiff roehn»m A irrftiip ef ArtMn glria from 8k.

tlgu^-

Int sffeota

H.^rr-

Kathit'fii

N^n 8 «t iht

FOR SALE COLES, HOWELL

ft C«..llrf. Vtcforia. B. C.

7

Mmui,

1.

Aadny Badow:

yards. M«nior - I jean BbephPTd; 2. May Sieele; 3, b Heap flack raee. Junior - i. Nancy 100

lesple.

pstaanal

vaBsvaoMiL tan

Mount V^tm^lm Park now opsL ice fT««m, Ught bUHbes and teaa. AjranBe to have your ploile at Mount Dougla.1 Park

U

B

»

The ftenkor chamntocuMp wai Tea Oardeen, by Hhlrlev ^rtt. with elem pftftrtg. Ught luncbae, Isaa. IBay: nmn'T-. !)p being Mai|og LaimffhTN eotboarde and boate fOr ar>i "t'nida IIWIBB^ eMB «BB Phone MMO. '

nine

iKilntii-

OAKDtm

in

wiU be glad

to show you the new Heintman models in

not

of

somewhat during the paat wf-eii While some of the reports from tiio distrlcu have been a little Ute Ln arriving at headQUartera. the vnfonr.ftiiou is given that ihrrr ha* been little damage caused by fire throughout the piprlnee this pest

Kohler

Klu's Birthdajr Monday being thP King'i. birtliday and a «talut"r\ holiday, the po^tofHre servtce wti: -

aOTDMATIO Kuemiio no voiu na oapMiUM IM nu to IS &w.

:

Irfrr Tti'morning mill be the only the money order wicket wUl be cloeed for the day. AU mails due to be dispatched wQI be made up as usual, while general dettvery, n-.irricled.

.amers' delivery one,

Cletrac

whUe

recMntlMi and stamp wtakets wUl be opened trem i am. to 1 p^m. ISiB pohlle lobby will be open as on Ordinary WK»«k days Slfht SavInx Class I'lannrd-Mr. M. C RMb-fL-rm. [iupLTlntedcn! of the provincial bmoch of the Canadian National InsUtute for the Blind, reports that the municipal Imqiaetor

Mr. O. B. Daaaa, la lavcrable for the astKbUshmont of a slght-Mvlng daas among school of eebools,

ehDdnn

in Vtetona, similar to that conducted in Vancouver. Mr. Robinson also say* that Mr. and Mrs. R. p. Butchart have ofTered to hold a garden party for blind p<^>ple thiA Summer at Benvenuto. Free trans-

portation ooeaalon.

is

—-

„j£S.

A TWO^LATC TABLE STOVE A

—plugs —

great convenience

iD at

any wall receptacle cootrOtM by ofi aad oa swiicbea Priced St IBJS With ^hr,!!

«

VMO

Hawkiit

-

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;>ricrtj

*

Crosslay ann

aae

mix

r-

flBBBBto

Machinery

it\

and $9.90

JilQwn, Fraser Co.,

A VqwaH

&

Ltd.

to bo IM'Bliaga CB the •--



.

oSSS^lS? £it^ SSe^t^^ 'Si

Cor.

View

3

e^JSSj

hydrant. breaUsg off the stem and

WEAK MEN

Chrtet CburcOi Oathedral. The Bth B.C. Ooaat Brigade Canadian ArtQlery of thirty i^eees wllJ provide the

mulial atmosphere and music Very Rev. C F Qualnton will preach the

IfOttay

01—IS«»T» y*B, sod IB alala

oeaa dar

t

MSS

MS

m

1 «• s

If

Not

SUITS

BMfcM SB Oa SC W< sawiUefc trss se walk ms Mi. '

M s sag

oMpt

dar. vtaaa

use

PftflVhlSl.

Back

SttUfiad

a»e

I'he ..tTw.

(

40 degrees Fahrenheit. Inspection of exported nursfty and plant products is carried on at the Vancouver plant quaran-

FtetehcT

baa Jm*

s«in «Mk.

wisaaiiar Mssar aad SMbssnasa.

At Money-Siviog Davla.

Prices Fit

poaitively

and

all

fuaranteed

Sonnwr snd

AtftQOia gflitfngi.

Charll* MM Vietofia School of Expresaion to Glee

Hope

USE

Programme

Fine annual Tiatriouc sermon. The parade wtu start from the Bona ol Rngland On Saturday nest MTs. Wilfrid tine station, it Is Indicated, and Kail at g:30 pm^ prneeed up Yates Ord, of the Victoria BDhool of Bicertmrat« were issued In Issuing Street to Quadra, aooth on Quadra preaslaQ. wlU prcaent Norman Claike. suRh documents care wa.« taken to to Buvdetta, aod ttMDoa to. the whose performanr>ra in the musical mention any delect that might be Cathedral. festival werp ao much apprerjated,

stoefc

(ju'wtlnnable but not of sufflclent To Inspect Plaal—Ob Mday. In a farewell song reriULi ai ihe Importance to Justify refusal. This The per^Aiuance Measortal ITnH June 31. the ertflneerlng was carried out in order that the Vancouver Board of bureau of wf& atan • ^Trade Will the oertlfleatea should not be misNonnaji < .tirn'* who wfll appear visit the B r Cement Company plant leading to thoM aocepUac them la at Tod Inlet The party will leave seven times during the course of good faith. Vancouver by steamer at a 30 p.m the evening, will leave Victoria tn In reviewing the appendices to the toslsr Olee reAThinit Nanahno at 7;4.5 p m On report It la TKiied that n.hfii ro.«e Slageia. The otchestra wltt be supaeturday at 7:M aJB. the of Board bushes and 10.917 bultw nere explied by the klndnesa of Bk Mark's. ported fmm the Pmvlnce. and that Ttade men (ton to leave Nanaimo c:v>ven3ale. and all eokMa taU&f for tha aenoBt plant, amv197J14 boxes of apples were shipped by ataffv part wlU be etudente of the TMovU there at 10:M ajn. lac After spend* out of the Province on rert-lflc-alee Schocri of Kxpreesloo who ham woo Issued at Vanoouver and In the tag two hours there the exeortfon- Oiat-clM haaars this yaar. Okanagan. the latter commodity Ists will be fTuesta of the eooipany at being eonslcned U> twenty-two a buffet lunrh and will then proceed TO BOLD SILmt TEA foreign porta. tnehidlBt Ohhia. New by launch to Butrhart's OaMeru Mr-. H o Bolt. Regent of Ui' gMalaiwl. Sentb AfMea and the Thenoe they wlU conflnue by auge to Sidney and sail to fiteveston R<4ierT Bum* McMtrklng Chapter nutted Kingdom arrlvlag the uiter at pUce rr>DJ^, aniKxinres at 8 ilist the mem45 In.Hp«K-tor under the Provincial da t\\t invttatlon to visit Lbe beni of li«-r chapter «ill •nt.M-taUi Brs Marks Act. Mr Lyne potnts pjn out that durlnir 1038 no eggs were r^mrn* plant came from Mr. Henry at a silver lea on Hat-urday alterImporU-d from thr HrUted States for AjidTT'On. worka managar, who ad^ noon, from 1 to e oviork. at the ttie englneartof ttaa mjamw niM^y* atxi consimiptlon in nntlsh Columbia, dressed twaaa baam WbBda SHNI. Ml Clarence and that only I.7M raaes of Chlrwse earlier in the year. A dtflftttfal arograame is beioK durk c«K\ Ui mud, were Imported piaaaed tor m$ cBtortaimnent of tn smaU quanuucs by nearly every CANADIAN NATIO.NAI. the gutotSk and tha wtonsr a< fibs Oanadlan Paslfie Battway ranprewi BAILWAVS

Sovereign TRB KINO OV TOXLBT PAPBRt aANTTASY and BOLUBLfi

policy

Swth,

iffMM

VAvU

ft

Wright

LtariM Vucottwer

6U^

mm

and "Ttin^ile

MUa OttM Wm>» VSl

uu

Time

-



numhfrcg huoe lesTr^'n' tanks

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,Po^

«A

aerr, N.T, Jnae 1 Pt7« which tmpt three mrehouaae near RooaataH VMtf today oaoMd damaa* aiMnaM at
and no

our music rooms, and if it will be a eonventenec to yoo, we will be pirascd to arranp^r a pa ym e n t plan to meet your requirements.

md«.

Chec ked

an importnnt

.

3. UajTls; 3, B. Shepnia Brotherhood liOdge of the TlieoeophlcaJ Society reading room reea t. Allan3, *opccUng dally. 3 to Pootey; 8. Bsftileini OU* and library, pgmboitoD BulldlBC. 440.

Obstaela

Daphne

meals, Poster

MMOl WlQ daooe "^oloai

PusaBpiml''

RESIDENTIAL

iniennsdlate

be

stich

of the bride,

The Intermediate championship Sldnr* Itol'l and < afe no* .vrvwaa won by cherry Stooe and Ij^ fried Chicken dinner* daQy. mnti^ by straiua Chrtattne Held, with eight points; TO ocnts. appeac la two aoloa. Kathleen Mann, as runnir-up, wuh Tear Osr six potolg. hepaehggl-vtt baannaaaeed. rtm Nkliuy PaCsrson wan the junior Auto Uaundrr* sleanMr, for Ofalatge ooosumpuon plana -CMfedcnUon" Pbone 430. pubttc Is oovdlally invited to aturi'i chamiMon^Up vnb Bvaiva eaotataiy. Uta "ConfederaUon" «tand B. hephend Alyan OrieaMI Bag Ibvart guarIn a certain reach of the Ttii»ni.-« opevaUng (m-. fast Strike iti ( hii Ofto vice May 21 with three pofnt^ anteed woit. liMiiliB and aU n- OABABUN xatfmciL Vanoouver to Toraito. bathing u poiiular in a quiet hlJ»r Branden /tftT w»»r tnate. work supreme. Sssimates and IUv«, Ooean Fa!!5 Prince Rupert, sters vha aaa^led u house tu-n and WMtolpsi lastttaa> Aoyea aad Bty-war^. val at Toraoto pool wroto to the authanu« ;rl>. UcalM. tias car and ooomaittaaDi" tills spot" A few weeks later Um said Re estimated, howevs, tlMt COB? was axtsoded aa Wodneeday fortmgbtlr gcBeduie fmm Vancou- library •obiervatio a-^Hflit. ear clerk to the counri' r opmed offli"<» at 406-7 30.000 other craftsmen eesivad aaoflhOT would be aa ttia orwiaeti af the vWI to the ver to Qaaoa OBarloCte ZilandB. equipped with radio. letter from one of the spinfters thrown oin of niinilnjHiWii and all Oulf Islands of Lieutenant-Oov- Building. PhoOe »IS6. U laaaad TlokeU Issued and baggace [staled work ri|! ;i; ro) gf tha The bathinv nuisance haa RandD^ Bruea. VlBtar1a.p^ flhertad tlmiugh from Victoria Piin rp~* b^Ti aimii-ii the imiiweten My sistar 1. Marvnrrfa

n: spnna" to iiiAck.er wUl

SEA FRONTAGE



r>Mf>)-.-]r

3.

a bard.

nf

Fort and

fiS

M

Arrmniiwncnt of tbe "Dance LtK ncHim." Will be gWen by coalumea Augeeatuia twetily fTlrlii. dawn until nlnbt. Ihe lahy acfloe Irom a .Mid-

bfniitlfiil

Alwayi

Nothina But the Beit Satiifie* Ue in Serrioc Yoa

Ph«n«

I'ln.p

by tfea rtHttnt will be "TTTitatten to the Dancp." costumed In formal ballet Patareon;

imup

DINING AND LUNCIi Coortf'tTTH Serrice

Hiuh

to

tha standpoint

fcccet flrea

W

,

3. Maicotm. 3. 'r\t.-co: funds on Wednesday. E«B and spoon, iotefmedlate L cathedral ChrlnUna Rntd 3, Hope tMuUlft; % tmm B, frtan 3 Jt to t p^m. pUwa Wenvi'a PsrbA QnUd, G. Vtcestonf Tbree-legKM i, and D mpiWomen's Canadian flub TuesHefer. 3, 8. bcoLt -uid F Payne. BnprrM day, June 4. 2 45 p ni.. Mi*s Thacker*B Obstacle race. Inrermcdiate and Hotel, lower lo(mgr Dr w*>ir. UniJtmlcr— 1, Oheny btone; 3. M. versity of British Cdiimbla. PupiU Will Gi»e Af>" Boaar; 3. Aadnv Badow. peote of Adoleeoent BducaHon Danot PHfgr qiMiter-aille— ]« Betty Heap; i PartavfUe-'On uw Jean Shepherd: 3. Sh&to Soott On Thurwlay, Nellf lliiickfr KQd Throwing the crteket baD—1, B. beach. Idoal for wett-end hoUday hrr 5tuilmt jToup w"!!! appwir In a nreen 3 J^'mer; 3, Margot Roto- or kaiger. Roe ganda BaeeUmit ;

Comweir^

fmn

frooa

waa flooded by the gallnru of water that rushed bran. SCO sacks of wheat ohaff, and from the fire main under a leiesimi sag sacks of oat ohaff from Ausof thirty [Komdf to the square lr*ch tralia Tht.<< rotulgnment was the Ay]w:i'.: AJkuar Mttn.-^l'in.-. remainder of a feed .lupply for polo Dr. With the uulstance of the was drlviim rn. i on Port .strpei and ponies Provincial Plant PalhologLst. J. W. James White, of the c Az C. Taxi Eastham, npores of flagsmut in the Company, was driviiiji vest when had and .sLniw "was deterted and the two earn ooUlded. or. Aylward'S hydrant and then hit the the whole ol the fodder was returned car to Australia. As no flagsmut disease knoefcad down a aim po be t^e bljrirest frakeeping out the infected shipment. tamal church parade in vifNursery stoefc from Engtatul. Iretorla for some years wUi be hr-Id land. France. Belghun ar>d Holland, the two local lodges of tiie via the old time overland route from wtat of bigland Beneflt Society, Atiantlr ports. i.i becoming leas each BOOb aeeoofpanled aby tha two ladigg' yffir. owintE to the more favorable condition* finder which It ran be lodgee and the juvanUes, most at the Sons of BDftauid Ball, on Broad shipped via the Pansma Cnn.i:, Dm; street, al 6 pjn.. and painda to Chief Inspector aiates. ihis is

the^etl atstLong iump, senior i. uhiricy be oM^awd at Unnm' '-u^Trf.. ("This te Osasda's Scott: PtBSer; 3. U. Wataon. A beautttttl and fllow bkyelfr—1. Christtoe Reld; bof.: (riri)'L"j MnrfTot Rbbertaon; 3, Oretcben faahiunable decoration. 3 rendered peestbto through properly McUickf^ Gaiden Party WlU be held at veatUated oirtd gtorage space mamA Intprhou-w baakethall I Chris- Blshopecloas In aid of the new tatned at a temperature of about tian;

X

We

artistic

was reported

fills

home

lifetime of pleasare.

1881

L-_. T^Jt—wT-iir^, Jr saeka of — as. Bmndd wMh wheat

guaranteed.

8L llety% Qi* Bay,

(equal).

j'virtiT

|i up.

work

JtJ^l^L^^^

the

PMt Flfeo-The sttuaUon bi the

unp'irted Notice to Cuetomera Owing iv.^^ saunc {riant \c contemplated aUenstftms. aU hats products \& f-iAted by the Chief Inno', called for by June 30 wUl be spector to br Mif ;x»rt of Vanoouver. disposed of- BiBinesa as usual dur- with Virtori^i. New Westminster and Hate cleaned lu^d Prince Rupert as gUpplgMBtal ing altcruuon.v blocked by cxperleiued worknicn. polnta of entry. John the HatSatlafactton assured CLOSE WATt n KEPT ter. SQOcesBOT to WUcax. 01 1 Ya'.f DunnR the year 1338 ocean borne Street. carriers arrived at Vancouver at the rate of Qfty-three per wecft, noit hRr.'*'^ Klectrotyria in ihf a of them oootninlng eonw UB^ of operator competent •>-.:iv plant product likely to eontahi an V iimfiatn wnri 'Ji^ junior cup. safe and absohitfly i>emiuin'iit in objectionable Insect pest or plant rhn.«ian '.he highest the treatnien: ft racial disllifure- disease, the report asserts. To cope nujiitM-r ol poims, wltCi MftlfTflm and ments. su'h a'. rn ..«"i. birthmarks, with thl-"; .'^Udiitlon all manifpeta of Turgot seoood and tbUd taipae- etc. Ileru;r.nirin!Ml I..' the medical na rg r^". < r >^ s -i ni n t-d t) plan t y tively. Mls.^ lianman. 603 6ayprofeaslon qtiaranrinr (ifncem and products The rasiins ware as foOows: ward BuUdlBg. lijtcly to cont.iiin objectionable pests 100 yards, tetermedlata 1. Otaerry or dl.ea.« were not allowMtO leave Oeerge Ormnp Is stffl with the stone; 3, Deberab AUi; I, Kathth. point or i„MdlnK HithOttt pgr(Mmy Z^aa and not oonneoted with .ii.-.i'.

othrr pift

Quebec

province

m

i'ac^TBon; Fir -hrr.

No

roll in

Other piano cArries the prestige And musical possibilities of the Mcintzfnan. It is truly a gift that gives a

ac-

rar

dajurer pr vrd

routes,

1929. brilliant 13.

at 8 o'clock.

iniernkPdiabe, JUBlor and house champions. During the afternoon tea wa^ served In one of ttie pavtUons. the tables deootaiad a eeler cheme of red and white, the eohool oolors. A novel feature ol the prognmoie was the rldlnt exhibition, the Jumping being particularly worthy of commendation. Margot Robertson won thr .ifninr cup tn Lhls contest \:u- .-lip 'or Ji:mplng, while .\rni

leen

lia.:-

)«ar-old son of

condition

H I.ynF, Chief Insperti-r of ImTwejity-flve artists. Excellent relre&limenLo. As ported and Exported Fruit and Nijr.stickets are llmlt^'d np;)Ii' Ailori lor ery Stoofc. in reporting to Hon. WU. reurraUona should be made at onoe Uam Atidnaon on the work or the to Army dt Navy Clothing Store, Inspection Bnnoh of tha DepaiV ment of Agrietdtnre. QovenuMtt street, or Turner's 133S ]At4>d the KU'la upon Uhelr running The first line of defence egalnst Thrf^ rJirrrs were Barber Shop^ flat flaor asgmard the numerous pests that are apt and jampinKto given inr Mlsa Bird and Lbe senior, Building. invadf Western Cannda through who

presantod the prtass Mia BL Spurgln, the winners. headmistreflfi. welcomed the the visitcTn Befnre preeentln^ the Lrophif-.-^ Major HoUiips coogratuc. to

niinKter

serious.

NTS yPUN

Ammmcememu

bs ttxf. partirJpantjL Miss Bird, gymmlstreas of the na.>;Uc! and franip.>s Grmnd Censanmlive SaMUngOeaschool, received hlch pratae lor the txalntDg and smart appearance of cert win be held by the MoBrlde the girls, and (he splrtt of sports- ConwTTative Olub in the Sons of most noUeeable. ngland Hall. Broad. Btteet. Vic-

was commented npon by Hajor H.

Heintzman

I

Boy lnjnre4" James Mensem, ittrMn. MormM. of 2\2 Street, waa atruck down by a dnveo by Ulas Bva Ander^r^n nf Belmont Avenue, when he was ecrived at Moatrsal to vi4f the gold belt of Nonfaem OniBrlo. Street with Photo abows Miss U. B. Stuart (dan^tar of the Dean oC Carlisle), playing on Montreal Friday night. some other children vtao wm gNnd tha tamoar la the West, Mdy BadsadalSb and tha Hon. A AocUv w%K ten: ro rhp b-py, whose

were tnriiiy at Mfti^-^-t k «f Ft I>lckson City, ntmr fif-n HI an ex<^f^H)f>] TomU Cbetr annual sporty day plosion that vvTiTk''d the Main yeaterday afternoon at the WU1l>w&, when hundreda of parrots, former Street store o! Jijsrpti Sabettell. T\\c blast rocked buUdings and threw ctudenia and frlenda watched with various automobttea aona tha gtnei the thr kmnest lnt«re.*it

CO.

nie

n>»on

Wedding

Gifts—

^

WMlo w v Fihs maneni Apf s» * » d

Tha pBpOa

Greatest of All



cepted the InvliaUon to luei't wltli the member* of Lhac body arui will deal wtih some subjects related the qucBtlooB a( adnoatlaa

Annaal

Attend

Speetaten

Modda;

l

*

'

w—

Sporta Held nt

Qotii

cwMitceii; moaty. JbKk il not

fit

CHARLIE 142M

Idlest

of

m.vtt(•^^

alfht.

LADT Kiwlearlsle and hec daagbter, the Bon. Faowb BOlford. recently

HOLOSFPOAY

$32^0

T.\r.rkmanship

Iwhiilf

MAKOARET'S

ST.

r,....(i

ihf\T


<

othfr

Hon. J flpcahlng te VaiMW o BtnchlUXe, Minister of EducaUon. wQl addrsM the Ministerial asotJrtlon of tha city of Vanaouvr at h tnneheon to whk-h he is IrviEcd lor

rrqucsi«d to present thta resolution to the Oovernmwnt, "And that the Boards of Ttade of Nanaimo, Duncan, Albernl and Qualloum be aAad to aopport this thHr respective stand, and urge reprefiantaUvcs to wait on the Oov-

$1.00

hi.-:

mterr*' rri:llfar>' onSiTrt.s (it Ui«- United Beri f Club's dinner tendered in his nonpr at the Em press Hotel last

bt^

I-

of

War, rewtw experience*

Great

tJie

some

i-fMinird

iind

MacNaufhton.

Dr

;hat

Anil

lie

Sir of the Tanlt

commander

Ellwi.

Corp* durlnB

'

--n

piH..

r

Hugh

Power CoBpany la mvtt llkety to nramote luaiie blal damopnent on

P

e\

a very

IbIA—Major-Oenerai

OlBtter

reaoluUon was adopted wiiereM tt appears to theee biwrda ttiat Uie Gaaipb^ lUver ;niinwiiig

M

m-arty lOJNB eatsa tn

largf poll.

Vhoooiifer laland. *«e Is resolved thai thl« joint meeting of the Oourtanay and Cumberland Boarda of Trade go on re«ord ui favorable to tha appllnetlon to hf OaaopbsU lUrar Poaw Oom-

200

i-riVi-niry

thW flty. (.r.Mj. r. Carmarthen uivisiou.

of

:<-<-riv.-d

of the Oointenay and rumbrruiid tioarda of IVade I'Kiu.- 'he

British

Covmtry. son Dtihutsl. mtd

elections Hon. Johu of the tote Lord nephew of Mr,

ASKED TO JOtN mrtHnR

178-179

tnm

day held yestsaday in tha Piotatfant oqfeanace

.f»ntwiipd

H. O.

^

LcMvea ter V»i»coiivrr 'Jt W!i ol In-*! itltchie. of Hauitain tttrrei "ic the n»»toi- Uc<'i»re branch

and Cumberland Bodies Passt-s Rf^solutkm on Development Pn^ect

fwC

Phone Your Ordera

"^rrT^^^^

being tht

Uigesty the King tn gloaed

amounted to ^SMXk,

JoiiU Meeting of Courleiiay

70tf%

for

Free DellTery

Va

«| _

Dar i*n>cMds--ProoeedB

25c OTHER BOARDS

cakes for

GityS 'DlsMet OAesa Ctae^-Manday

.

$t^each

-.'ular

!

Qq

lb.

Home Made

2

Rcgina Brand Brocmis

1929

DEVELOPED IN



IH^ jar&, 2 for . 25^ R Table Vinenr. nult or '^^^ Mama wMte, battlea ....fl3#

per iiu

Fairy Cain Flour. our.

lar

-i.

Mfth^

.

Aby

Visitors to

||5

32e

Shredded Wbaat, packet 11^ XBip Dlaa-Mite, pcr-<«rMa iibby's Quaan Otfvaa, 5-ob.

2-Ib

KafafaM,

Suuuch Clams,

vr

*

B.C SLMDAV,

rem



jE.PAINTERersoNs

-

[

R

|^^^



Office, tDfcrmatton

at

CUy

Tlt^rt

ft'-xr^

aod

G.F. Cooper PLUMBER

A

<

:

THE

DAILY COLONIST. VICTOUL\,

B.C. SI .\i).\V.

Women's Work and

1929

2,

Institutes

AUUon and Mn. UbaOM. Bin. KUUtttm WlU look up UM AbMDt

mmbm.

Chapter

Following thla meetlnf

rhtt UUsIoiuut the executive or short aaiBhon. and AiwllUry hrld It wfcfc dfi idi*d U) hold both meetings •ffi Ihf ?iumi* aft«rniur>du> iii June 1a Uic

Clubs and Societies

daLfIrrlttiia

WJL

Uir v.rKi iju'>-nn(. be '.he hus

Delegates

Hold Party

to

Hatlev Park

at

and Mra.

nn Krldny niKht with '••-s The hall was

(''.imiuhinLxik'-il U' Jionii- ol Mi-v^ Ma4? Ma.'*on flil-d and Av'Ti'if liifi- TursiiA) Alter a ulirncc areatly apprf.^;.!!' ;hv ( and tlw tj: iitKriimiiK of Ihf dlllerput 'iwi *i-irf., l>rrwntaiion of giltn for Uie White evldentlr devoted oonalder- Ocow, a pleasant social hour waa able time at rehearsals. The play enjoyed, conaiaung of various comla both anuBlm and IntereiUnf A petltlona and nuilcii ItaouL The ooUaye profeator married a charm- evening eonchided with the aenrtng Inx young lady whose mother tn- of supper It was announced that a iiuted on aeelng them to their new garden party would be held on ii'Ktjr The {rlends mUtukc the June 19 at the home of Mra, Anmother for the bride, whlrh chum-s etty. Oonaalas Avenue. .

who had

.

lots

of

mlRundemtandlnffN und un-



White on Wednesday



uiiti

-

new

\

i I

W

.

i

«Mh

'

the M-S.C.C. la holding a .'Oliver tea at Deep Cove, by the kind invltaUon of Mri Belion Thp procerti.s anto go towards the A f-ralnr-d gilaas window In the n»-* 'M*N-'.1ri-.l

_

W

i«n

of the ofllcer* were thrilled with -A-elcomed by

'.vere

..liuwn ilirough tin-

I

»

*-

r

In thr

Ai-

!'!•-;

hcmie and i^itf rlaiiied at ipa At th^^ mt-etmsi on Friday night annual K^rilen l>ariy of the K!i>irrue Nik'" w bf held at Hatley Park, on the following extra ten councillor* were elected by the NaUonal exeeuM, lJ'.n.Ti;i..i. :;i..i.v years the chapter has held uve. Mra. P. m. DooUtUe. Tflronto; .u.. year, ..... the .v.. I iti. jrty in the lovelv ."Is, and visitors are annu-ii if a redl treat thu annual k*- I^t; gardcna'^M ij—i «\ ka Toronto: Mrt. UWin being ir particularly bcautifuL There wiil be icc cream and home-made candy lor sale, and tea will be aerved OtiAwa: ^&a. O. P, Homein_the _ lardafr Bnata will leave town at speci6ed hours, which wUI be annbunngil later, Mid the viD be f^uquler, ~ sted, Tbronto. Mrs Hick, Leth' open trom from 10 ajn. to t pdn. lun. brtdge: Mrs Miller. London; Mrs. Vancouver; Mrs. Dallaa Perry, M,i^ Doucl^^ Chapter Rorkc, Winnipeg Mra. Jamea ! ,'ular monthly meeting Of In. Spence. Toronto, and Mrs, C. H, Uic Lady uouglas Chapter. I,O.U.E.,

membeni Everyone Interested will m ii-onie absence at the on Tfaiuialaf June «. wm be pi-Mflfnt, MPi Barker took charge Womeq's Censerratlvr Avtoclatfen 401 headqaarterft, Municipal !at tit tillnieetuiB. Rcporui were r< The Women'; Con-vrvBiivp Asi^ Memekved from the viiltlng and absent elation wlU hold its rfirrilar meot- Union BuUdlnf, at 2:30 members rammlttees. The vUltingltng Uunorrow evenliiK, at a oclock ber* are requested to attend the which arranflements for meeting, at ladMa far June art Mra. Jewell. ICriL in the Campbell Building Lonvenlng Alexandra Roac Day. on preifnt

[lie

lu.d

vi^it

MIjjs stoii'mir.ncs'

surer Tern On Tneaday. the 8t. Andrew and Holy Trinity Branch of (h? A to

WU-

ijidws' Bible Olaas, of



Home -BUILT

Furniture Co.

ON QUAUTY.^OWlNO*ON SSRVXCV FRED W. BARTHOLQIIBW.

Prop,

For Bttmt

U2S

Phona 5119

mSHOPSCLOSE

Mif Women s Partah au.--i;! Giiiirt nif ailair wUl be open from 2 30 to 6 pjB. Tsa It to be served In the g>-mnBJdum under the capable management of Mra. Qraat. Mn, P, R. Brown, Mrs. Splkcaley and Miss Schwartz will have charge of a large table of assorted fancy I"

I'liu

.iidpter,

our

m WMaagtey. THE •

717 Beiton Avenue,

kiK. ..i] YUj.ni Tinted Church, met on Thursday afirrno«fn at the home of

Orant,

when

tablefi wer^ tn plav Flrct prUw was won by Mi^s Gnelpa and Mr. SparkjK. wond. Mrs Sparts and Mr jDh-n.»DR, rhir^. Mr: \Vlll.T,ott and Mr. Crooks; apecial. Mr Hatcher. The next and last drivp will be held at the home of Mrs. WUlmotl,

Royal Oak Oaaa

The

eveidnff.

Spring;

Ihis

expert workman-hip in laving.

estimate on your linoleum requirements?

In aid of the Christ Churrii an oppoftunlty of aeelnc what was, Cathedral building fimd a garden being done for the ehUdren. "The be held at Bishopecloee happy atmosphere which surrounds feti' on W•dJlc^dav, June 5, under ihe ih' Riiiishinr Heme was. Indeed, a

court whist of Mra.

home

ten

Rivallnd Wilj^in n inV.f^p ffporter, A Po*<,l a: .Marks OrchesTit, under the Ir^dership of Mrs Ruby Moore, supplied the mualc.

Mra.



Under the auspices of Maple Leaf and Women of Mooeebairt

Leflotu a suoecaaful drive was held at the

the newest in design and coloruiK in The new block and "oMrbleiced" elfecta are

M GARDEN FETE AT

Mooseheart Legion

<

May we

the purotiM, of flMOlb flUM Canada." In ihiB attanoon a visit was paid to tAe Qtteea Atttandra bJlanum at MlU*BBy. where the delefatea had

Lflfloa

married man. Mr- Ot T. r> Hucues; Dr. Uattbev OnUum, ft country physician. Mr. W. h, Uewetlyn: Blake, Billy popntar c»l!»i;'' hnv. Mr. Donald Tlaher; .h^uvrr .^icluon, a black servant, Mr [> c. Laschmar: Mrs. lona Ford, .^..li.. mother- In- laT, Mr&. O. M. Prciiiir«'j Zole, her charming daughter. Mr.-s O L. .lull, Junr Oraham. a lltUe freshman, Mtss P Butts;

Men

ff.itnifil

\\ e iiuaranlec

TiK- di>Kau-» tn tha National Chapter, l.OJ>£.. meeUnff atteaded the perfDtmanoe of the all-Brltlah aim. 'Carry on." yeeterday morning, at the oottnum 11ufti»,.snd were dellghtc^ with the picture. They offlcjaUy expressed their appreclatlon last evening, and announced that they opngratula led the manager upon having secured a lUl ul twrnl) -fight all-BrULsh fllm.v wtuch wUi tie shown at the Uieatre Mrs diinii.: the coming season Sl^-*Ll,t t»mi Mr.- LirBl\aiii Thomv-.iijiji Mild We ii-cl niLirr ihan ever jiL^iiiieU in our cajnpaign to lurinet

|

|

pipaiuintnctx 'ITir followlnij n the cust Profesrar John B. Wlae. a

bciiiL:

Pay Visit to Solarium

Under IIm aiupleea of si Mark'a Emtmaml WJL Women's AtutUUcT ttie play* "A Poor A BKMt enioTable evenlnc wa« Married Man," was put on the stafla %0tioi by (he memtars of the final m Mark* Hall. Bol»ikln Road, mnnurl Women's Auxiliary at the •l:>

Linoleum Hkrfr you linoleum^

A.

Women's St. Mafffc%

11

UU

I

;

pm

made

be

29. will

Sport

Suits nf

Woof

tir

Silk Material

\rt

ir,

Su

The candy

work.

service assures you inconvenience. Accurate of every plate cuar-

m

antee^—and

wilhal,

SIS

you

staU

charge of Mrs

tn

and Mrs. Wrlgl:«swnrth:

Bi&sell and Mr.f

Flnmorf,

Mr-. Hadflrld and Mrs Moody will prchidf at Uie pierc and Plenty" alaU. There will be ice '

MDOVgUS

sx

cream tn cbaifa ot Mra. Monimer Appleby and Mrs. Sidney Wood.

RECITAL PLEASES PARENTS

PUPILS

kiiiL;

CMiurast to Soft, Lacv Negligees UesigncU tor the Chic Bride

Progren Stuiw Stadrnt^

R. B.

plain

win be

least fit

,

'

June

For the June Bride

and

PLAT£S Our speedy

and VIoUn and Mix.

n by Plaoo

.Mr

•>!

McMlcJUng Chapter

Srmple

The June meeung

oi the Hobert Chapter, I.OJ>.E.. wilt be hdd at the home of Miiu. Edith IftDonald, 131 Oovemment MnnStreet, on Tuesday evening ben are requested to turn tn a:i mocMon sad aCubs re Uoketa for inc ohwt, alUMr «aliat« or •« this meatinc.

SweatrrA

thut

serve

will

for

d'esprit.

tulle.

and

stlOened tihlffon

A T^oUn and pUuu recital by the mousseUne de sole. Hie beat dejalgnen have set the slvla la these pupUa oC Mr. and Hn. B. Sample, le' blue, Uphl green, yellow, scarlet, materials and the models may be was liven last evening In Amphico to fit th*? scheme ol the ensemble, Hall. T»tcB Street, Uitt large copied with variations. .snnn- With geometric patterns, often 'uUy appreciative audlcswa Suits of silk or crepe are the fancy «iul arru-aicaUy designed, says an article pleasure from nxeat of the moment In the cstabllahment deriving in The New YoA Herald. The pullrlie well balanced and cnrelttlly -seon of jersey or knitted yam or wool of Patou, where several models are Ircled programme. In thr piano seall of dotted silk, the polka dot or sUk li a* papular modd to wear made pU-ndtd design, especially of the small size, leouons, three duets m with a aUrt cl t««ed. Jnacy or crepe being vpr>' fashionable thb year tompo and with good understanding de Ohlne. Patou de6lgn.<^ a nnp-fiicrp fm- k and were played as follows: Oalop Much white la lo be worn this coat all of oary blue and wtutc Caprloe. opening the programme, Bummer, and a chlo sporta e^aemble polka dot aUlc with a collar and ja- Alice Ruffdl and Mrs. B. Bemple; Includes a skirt, pleated or circular, bot of wblta ercpe and a white duet by Oevaux. Allia Braldwood with a sweater In color or white with mousseUne flower to be worn on the and Marlon Balk: and Mmtaiy decorative p.;it(>rn or colored stripes, coat laptf Maivh (Brown), Alan Baker and and a .ihort whitr blazer Some atThe negligees, dear to the fcAul of Prank Olbsoh. tractlvr modeLfi are ?^^hoAn in while a bride, tLte e%'ery sort of soft, sheer Piano solos, In which the progress with a <-()lor brtwri-n the pleats. In material, with much In'-f rmd mnra- made by thf students was noted. (he more formal ftpovta anaamUea bout and ostrich- Om- nr.i' '-r.i; Iiltlf Acre ir.ribijtpd by Alex, CarnithIhp skirt Ls plpnted entemblp xortli mpyinp in difTTfnt pr.-., •Curinii: ritiiry" iHellert; Patsy .'n.'il' ivitli ;-lip of sii"!]Printed rrepes, chifTorv. volle:^ nnd I'olors Andftiinn. Andan'r , rrept' frocks in pretty, lnexpen.Mvc satin, thr loo*e WTapnlnon pink and (hamnngly played, Raymond Qravmod^ for daytime and evenlnf of- aroiuid gown of chiflon m the same Un, "VsIat Caprice" iLangt; Oeralfer lunHtloDS for the bride's Bum tihade. with ecru lace on the sleeves, dine PiM- ival, "Albumblatf ddard>, This leaders. Mrs. H. B. Clark. Miss VictoriH i^iir!.' Cnundl wi** given by la»t wnx particiilarly distinguished UUan Parfttt and Mrs. if. Clements, the Ap^JiLtor of he roiiiii ll, Mi":.'i O for liKhlnes* and surene.-yi of toRch entertained at their annual mother Vrrna Holt gave pleajnire with Wisf- Dorrni t'' Alan Baker, with "Menuef Mozartsion, the prcdnmlnant colors being present. Short talks on pilgrimages in Schuloff). warmly applauded. Kathyellow and purple The table made leen irvtaie. tn "Antumno** (Chama pretty setting, with I'* de<:ot»tlons word tdetures were given. Mrs. A. H Marrlon «oke on "To the Palace made), was diUgbtful. of flowers and rolnred randlrj, and The entire progrurune for piano the plare card,'- and favors were Beautiful" (the Meal homei. and Mis, O. Anstey. on "To the House was deserving of all the applausmade lo represent the theme for the of the Interpretir" ifrnm where slven. though Allsa Braldwood and evening which was "life^ PUgrtmdoe* our truest inspiration comet, Kathleen Irvine and WUlle Irvtne age.". Mijw Katy Sroblr spoke cn "To the more parUmlarly dlstlmnil^hed FUUOVlng Uie banquet an exrel- reif.siiai riiv .the girl not alone themselvea. and thdr pragres-ii ).:' lent proglsnune was given but (oUowins Jesuai. These t*lks been followed with Jnierest through toUowed by the singing ot many recitals. The violin numbers John Bunyan's Valiant Song. The were remarkable for heir clarity for main addresa for the evening was and sweetne.-.A <.r tone and the rich given by BCrs. Nixon, of the PairflaM harmonlm produced Marion Halls united Church, the subject being was heard in "AdAsii> and Rondo" "Life's Pilgrimage-" During the eve- tOantae); Unton Queaie and Herning Mtsaeii AntUe Rhodes and bert GttUa played "La Media. Neche"

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Canadlaa Daa«klen AaaenMy Na i Canadian Daughters' Xicavue. will hold their ri^ular meeting next Tuesday in the Sons of Canada Somv inieresitng toplea for Hall diKusAlon will be Introdueed by the educational committee. * * Prtendly Heip' Hie regular monthly meeting of the niendly Help Aaaodatlon wUl

bustneas evening,

Tuesday morning,

on

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10:30 o'clock, In the rooms. Market Building. Connorant Street. All memberis are earnestly raqweit ed to

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SUMMEIV FARE^

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Port Alberni Socials

UT owe our thanki to admiration of our hot expmtfd ittclf in rteotnmendaiion lo iMr ifihote

Mr. and Mrs. W. M! LePage. of have been spending a short ttane Port Albemt. gueeta at the

Srn'ice

hith

.Alrxanf|r4

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Dawaon Turner,

New Method

of this city.

Mr. Alnslle Helmcken. of Victoria;

wsi a VMtor here

this week.

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Dry-Cleanmg

,

Tailored Bags Sports

Ut. John Turner, of Uplands. Ictorta. Is vMtlns Mr and Mrs.

t

Ahna

Clarke rendered vocal solos, rAvOeal; Bd. Veaoh, "Conoarto tn A and Miss Pauline Woodward, a reci- Minor" Noichi Lillian Jones, tation. The deiiRhtful evening was "OanHineitA' d'Amtonulo) beautlbrought to a cloee by the singing fuly rendered "Hunirartsn FanPf-Tap»;|| l*iilf" 'Kela Bela^ aUo rlrverly Interpreted by J.ick Morriwn Mamrka de Concert (Wach* proved a lo^Tly selection plajred by Peggy Brtndle wit h fine f\ni»h "Meditation from Thais MasThe pi^Us uC Mrs. Msrlon Mac- senet) was artlsUcaUy given by Mrs, Oovem ehtertalneei a number o( the UlUan Sweeney, acoompanled by tnusir-Iovine people of Virtoria on Mrs. Sempte: full roundbd tones Friday pvening. at a piAixo'.mtr re- and good feeUng ohanutertaed thU J and many of the vloUn numbersi cital, given at the home ot Mr D. Brown, 3021 Quadra Slrrei: "Soiiventr of Sapute" fPotstoek>. 8elecUon.t from noted cnmpo'-em by Alan Anderw>n wan particularly were all rendered In excelletji: -.tvlc fine, and "Scrne de BaJlet" ,de Miss Helen Riley, who won Uie m1- rjeriot brought Chris MUler even wr medal for sight reading at U\r greater af^MiMO tbaa flft Miner recrni musiral competition, gavt^ two or three numbers, including

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few days at

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Mr. and Mfa. W* Xrlah. of Um ate OD a flablai tour throughout the distrloi. >

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Mrlni/vih of Vancouver is a visitor in Port AlbcrtU for a short time.

TUjgmia

MAY

MUSIC STVDENTS GIVE RECITAL

tbe

Somaas Hottf

Aattka. OA,

Mr. and Mn. W. O. Brown, Vloare ependlat a few days ta

torta.

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6.30 p.m.

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handbags arriving from 11 II in «r II foreign shores show a goodly ^i^.J5f teoJurt|ue tfcstrvtng special number nf tailored typos In voeue artlsLK were Mlu with ihe semi-'.(X)rtA trend (or jjen- j. Wataon, Misa Margaret "'"•r -viden*'^ al many rou- »«Jorie Lowe and Mr, Robert Ttuoias, opening*. wtwae ewitributlons added gnaUy Bturdy leathers, efipe^ lailv boat lo the well-ehosen programme. Mias snd !iii.«.*iin («lt, iitp -i-^u ^ (jreat Wataoa'i vocal selections were rendi' ;t dr'. ijiPrt 'endc-a., and !h"r'' ered in her u»ual winsome way, her .trh A dency tO»'i»;rl l;ri,rii.- "<• voice rich in tone and sweetness. mauling tone ol lea-Jicr. or .-;uede. Her aecompanlment* were played by rattHT Una with Mghtar tones Mlsn Helen Riley, whoae rendition sOk whS^ are mtRh praofJeal left nothing to tie dei:tred.

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Mr. Pat VoMlar tt staying at tbe home or Mr. and Mrs. AkuMe La|OOU':l'Tr fnr a f»w dayS. '

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StandATd e^ifiwiewi.

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Morrison. Ed. Veach. Mr. Sample, with

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of tone, precision

and an wttH a

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*• *0 S ^osetion ol pfKe afterwards you wish il h»ii a Queetloa of service. put service ficei ai a r«aaofut>lfl pfit* Oar vane hears cteaed deora, eeoarate Bnieearfianli for chins and ptcforcSt pre beevHy pedded. en no we eac tadtvtdaal eovaaa Ia Broiaci

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and depth ttane and Mlc4 lima Davles, daughter at as delightful as H was (Jther thsn ^hlji there is nj Other accomp»nm.. wire Beth Captain Davles. Old West Rood, Is A pUualng fceture of the change in the »hape of bags Taylor. Lovlsa Jamen and Robert marked smong this year s graduate nur»es The iquaia pouch with bellows side Taylor, all of whoa acqiUltad tbaui- evsitac was the prgeeotaUon of a at the Royal JidMlee HD^ttaL baiket o( flowers to MIm Kathleen or bottom ts smart, as abem ln>the sdeea creditably. . Irvine who srenmiianled. A speA meeting of Ward Two (flaanlch) n^odei nf red fhiadaa laathar wtth Tbo lai» nunber. *Oood Mcht." fUllT fine adaptation of the NaCottage Oardeners' Society, wtll be.t<^<' nngs of tortolss thstl f!reak was sung by Dereen Mina held St tbe home ot Mr F Oowe, Doeuille' Douret The ittiidents taking part in llM Uonal Anthem was played by the Douglas Street, on Tuesday Mou n ing s conUnue to have a recital were Robert Tttytar, Jean 'evening, at 8 I& o'clock, to mske ar- itrong fclyle interest snd th»' variety Oalloway. Bllen Nrlivan lAithar rangements for the annual nihlbl- Is diversified Typir-ally a f.iKMt,« Jensen. Then MArr-on Wilfred 'Aon Ut be held in September Ihe All model is bag thomn from Wesley, Lorisa Janjen r,p. resident* of the district interested Hermet of nlltrhed plcskln closing bell, Doreen Mill*. H At a Vd-altsudlij mei^Jng of th*anr crdially invited tn nf fend "he «l'h a plain do«-Iea»l? snap oi Marv Thompson. Kath,^--ji tiown privets duty nones. Held at ihiiieei^ns l!''ni Ir r'-iiiin- lia^ rfin vel wtacb proves :n be I'erv ortg- and He!en Rller on Thursday, it was sn sented to be honorary preihlem >( ina: and ft feetuig with the general The stnging of the National An- nouficed that there would be no IA» loeiety. and wui i olBelsle at the texturr aid design of tUs praetlcaj them cloaed the rntrn.aimnent) aftor '<>r
Chet^ .Ml Kccugtiise

'MNf

Hargreaves, a. AB-

K.-ihJeen Irvine pianM: and the Mnna en.iur'ting. gave ample scope to thi* t^n" run* of vloUnlBts to di.s}lay their gif:.s of

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TMRO'mH rnaiN* to CHiCAOOi

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Mr. Gland Creed has returned to Vsnr-niver aftrr npendlntj thf past n-'in'Ii'i with hi-, p.lr'n;^, Mr. and Mr;. H iTeevl March.int Road.

EXPRESS, OR.iik a«MrfOT4 e^NmiswS

TRANS-CANADA LIMnCD

nata "Pathetlque." by Beethoven, piano and L Queaie jnd Turner. which were beautifully rendered. vioUns. gave muc»» pleasure T>o Kathleen Brown and Mary Thomp- ensendile numbers for -^rLnit rnson also delighted ihe audience in embta. valse, "Beautiful Blue l»antwia duets, "Norwettlsn Dance." by ub- •strausst. vtoUns. Chru MiUer, by Orelg, and Marrh II Trovatore Lillian Jones, Una Bevsn. Peggy Verdi, being performed moat clev-

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ON SALE 22iid to SEPT. 30th ^^^^^^ — PIIMi fwni MMt OcMMr 3til,iai0

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Mrs. Florence Hauaen. of a guest ai tbe

couver. la Hotel

SwifVs

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Mr. A. Richards, ot B.C.. has been spendlof a in Pert Albeml. a foaat

Telephone

D.

VICTORIA OPTICAL COMPANY

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will meet at headouartera. Union BuUdlnt. to flfy uw at 3:10 o'clock. AU raembert are reqaeat«d lo toe

Qui'^'n

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limberlake,

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our experieacad pptodHriat. and aojoy your glawa» bjr

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flerenee NtehDnr^if

—Acknowledged wiih thanks—

Be fittMl

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The monthly meeting and danoe of the Progreaalve TUoucht Temple tomorrow at s o'clock tn the Sons of Bi^land Hall, Broad Btroet. and the Lndtea' Club will eerve rtfreehmcnt'i *

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graceful outlines and flattering white gold nutke the new glasses bfcominA and

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be present * lAdiea' Club Social

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192Q

2,

Big Coat

Social and Personal At Beverlcf Apirtmsnts Hoiel -ii* Beverley n' 4>«tets ipeat «n evening reridmee «r Mr. Apartakent^ M^ iudr' Mr. and Mrb

Hbvmr A pleaaant

Personals^ Parties

niday

Visitors

Ktrrri

and

«u

1act.'at the

Demnan IT76 Moflat. Wood and whi-n Mrs. KBve & klU-hcii shower Mi-s.-- H'-lcn BcTcr. *lui u. rhortiy he tiiariiMl to -Mr »V ErU'ltAon Mr-

Mr Mr

A. (inrdon Anii.ir.inn, »Ml Mri. fc,

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Mr

Butler

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Society

EaHtern Girl Makrs

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Queen

CurlAejr to

Mr.

Huflman,

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VANCOUVER.

II

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wen

utensiu forming tbe •bower

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Mr and Mr. -

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O

Mi-I>in.ikl

l)a.iiks

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-'i. ;.p«'nt, iwsi Ui^' months in Vtctonii left ye.surda.v for the Mainland eti rout« t^tjheir home In Branduu Man, They expect to return ii^ t^' A itumn. when

Mr. and Mrs.'R. O. Lamb enter talned at a reception after th' tiiaduaUoii aserolM* of Uie r^'>.>: Jubilee HoBpltar in honor ot hrr U-ona Friinrrs daughter. Miss Lamb, who ts a member ol the 192d

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Marl

I'MWlif-;

Oreen. TMdy Pox, « Gowa-rd, Bonnie Obing bsi f«t AiiKim Mr. and Mrs. Angeles) and Alec leave tonwrraw

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1929-30 Stewart-Warmr Radio

Just Arrived

$216.75, Complete

In Weetbblme.

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Greatest Object

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Ni< tioUN— 1.»:« IS Man'u lA-'MS. ul 'hi.s city,

Mr

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NirhoL, of ftealtle. by Rev Dr

wrr-* unr-fHl lu niHrrlage

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Fashion Fancies By Marie

Victoria School of Expression MRS. WILFRID

ROIMAN CLARKE i9t>tmw*

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presents

(Boy Soloist)

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Oavto

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8. at

of o«r Budget Plan,

wear yaur

la

clothes

whda

PV«S

for riMB.

Mm

Marro«-

will

sail

from

the end of the mtMith,

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d'AUain Davidion

Cli»irr

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Readr4e^Waar^aMl

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abroad •

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Farewell Poriy

Miss CbUre d'AUain Davidson

left

But

en route this evening for the to Bttrope. and was honored this afternoon at a tee given by MUss Sophie Langley. Mrs. Kenneth Bag.shawe presided mt the tea table, and thcwe preReni w-rr Mt.<# Jov Carew.'.iniMi, Mr.
where they may be. will ftnd thttt our service ia adeqtiale to mstt their reqtdrenmitac Limitations nf Hi',t,ince have h^'en destroyed by motor vehicles. Our

ONE whowttheBit*-







EVERY*

service la available to

Kitty Houghton For Brtdr-rierl

Mm. Donald Uaker

entertained at

imuiiititacrnagfNOf^/i/ p

a Uoen shower in honor -of BClss smherine Pratt, whoee marriage lo Mr. Ojfa mBctoa. of Victoria, will

take piaoe next week. Bervtteurs at the tea hour wore Miss Theresa Porln. MlM Dorothy Pratt and Mrs. Ttaoae present George Godfrey W. Gardner. Mrs. were Mrs Haiold V. Pratt. Mrs William Hudson. MUv-i Dora Marliitt, Miv Beth ColUngson. Ml-ss Murguerlte MrAl-

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NONUt

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de (iamaae, M\%s Uraeine McMast«r. Muii Louise play, under tbe oonveoenhip of thr (Tunningliom. Miss Bdna Langdale. Social seoretary. MrsL Oeorge McLean, comMiAs Katherlne Janes. Mlie Bdlth of menced, and keen conu>etit:on lor Ifassrs. BUl and Jim OalJsuw, Newt«>ii i^iui Miss Betly Brtdgs. r-'^ijlied In tJie f^rni ti..i-.d^ • • OampbeU lUver, spent May 34 at Nd 7. t.anrheon HosleM home with their parenU. iwtumug prl/-'-- I/*-!!;,; r^i.rivcri t»y ^wrniy-fiKh'. "f "rr wlt.h MLVi Ursula Mjiiltin entertained at suadaar afternoon. • • .Mr.. (tilman and Mn. • chip.s, The Dogwdods" in lundieon at Others >n— Alloc Hlnch has gooe to vtalt Charleboi', wiua. presented wi'h honor of Mi-wi Fant* Toll Uibi' iiaiKlembroldered were Mrs. Neville Cummlng. Miss her slMer. Mrs. George Davis, of beauufsl centres, whUe Mr. Alan Calven Bet^ BOttMtoee. Miss Hornet New- DOiOO BV• • • CUxabeth SUbernageL. received k smoking set and Mr. MctOlb. Mbp the Mr. Hlnch. who has been m LcMi earda. Bseowd priasa were Mils Vers Ohsfflberlaln. Miss Martor -iir .au garet Wlteomb and MUg Margaret Cumberland Hospital awarded t» taMs Ho. ». with twentylai. i» as months wHb a Devesoo, Mr. ttuee Mn. disks. at gftting on well and eiffgeu Id Ooobisn, Mr. Beniile Readings and Vudl Island home soon. Mr. B. MoOooa^. 4lie pMass. wbloh • • • Mr- and Mrs Mayne Daly Hamil_ were greaUy admi>«4. bad all been Mlas Clara Walker, of ftony Bar. donated. Perclval ton and Mr, and Mrs. Kirkpatrlck are spmrtfng a brief spent May 34 In Nanaimo. • • • At the termination of the oaids, time on VanooQver Island. Miss NelUe Caljsow. .dainty refreshments, under the con weMt-md the over guest her as f^aershlp of Mrs. J. Rsm-'.-iy x- rhod Going le Victoria Parks- iMrved at the card tables, irnd an enMiss Manram R1.ewn.rt and Ml^ Miss Dorothy Barfoot, of Itster,

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Bowser

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Pnowut Hair Orawtk s«M WNb llan#F-Sva Ouaraoi^ Aacnu

MacFARLANE BRIG CO.

br^

where tbe

The Monday, to

at

Oovemment

House.

Cor. Ooaslao sod Jehnaon

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wa* solemnued on

wedding

Avenue,

3033 Belmoqt residence of Rev. J. tsilted tn marriage Jean eldest daughter of Mr,

the

Hood, who

BUnbetb.

Cvrawiirt

On Motor Trip Mr and Mn Ronald JbeksaD

t.riii.\l half hour wa.i .«ipent T^e n<>.-.T was then rlearrrl for 1a'"'"« wl.irh wa« indulged imidn.gtu. the music being .upp:ud H. HOrth aoddir. H.B. B.S-

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Arrived BiK Shipment l.'.^h h Prams. ^».r>0 up.

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tO|^ mg^d aoaoMng

Stindard Furnitifre

Ibey

thasa.

for the fishing ssssna |sf» to be dlspoesd «r at tb* §uaiA ana^ Marv oroU SDSnt last week- dance lo be given, for raising fttrtber ronda, In til. Deep Cove Social Ohdii Pridav . v-mng -hily 13. and „LiSlM Tir IffSrit «i HaU on t,r- ..f Kr»atwneflt » court 5237; i|a the enure distnci. the dance will

Deep Bay

w S«XJbsr " """^

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southern OaltfQfitfa aad will MaiaMng. next two

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Beme

bride's

Mr. and Mrs Herbert Drummond and after spendmg honeymoon In Alberta will re- have fetUIBSd to their home after time on Vancouver turn to qpatUe, where they will spedilaC bone make tbeir home. The couple reoolvcd many hsMr"*** gifts from OolngU Ottawa the at^ of the Miprees Hotel and Major B. C Sweeny has left for many inendA Mew York, be la traveling via Otuwa. and while there will be the FRB— PI.IIKN ..f Iz-rd and l«dy WUIfclgdWI. A ver^ BRENTWOOD. June • their

ThorMay arirniwniat

8 P.M.

* Rla«

anil bande»ii. motor will

dre.sft

couple happy Calgary. Alia,, parents realde.

quiet

Atam)

tear wlUi W««lniliirt#r rUan

Memorial Hall. Saturday. June ^iiMlMiaM

which cnabiai you

arranged by

1-ii'f.pe

I

WORKS

uMiw «riBne»

Iwpiirc abooi' tbe

Mr_ C. H. MSCtaking advantage

j,

iwr

.

CITY DYE

for

$6.85

W

,

dverti'^itir'

r

May at Ma- Campbeil yp.*lcrday ITie bride was given ixi marriage by Mrs. J. L, • • • Mr Mr. and Mrs. Baxtor. of Victoria, Keating, and the best man was beautiful white have twen vlsMng the SaoMDas John L Keating. A satin gown and a'wUtc plofcure hat district lately. • • was worn by tbe bride, wbo alw* Mr. Charles Boyd, of Vancouver, carried a bouquet of roses. lUy of camatJons\-)v.t *has returned home after a few days* the valley fon-'^wt of Helen rtjrrti.iiMi i>* 'i .J(»lin-Ntoii will holiday with iu.>. parents. Mr. and Her ttaveliii nti^^nriing cticftt.-a ihe i--"^ und hat among th" Mrs. A- Holman. of Westholme 'T^-a mauvf 'Hu* Klin's birthday pany tt'ing given <:• lo mati'ii and Mr. and Mrs. O. OosUn, of Weat- brldesunald in nr- l^'i" v^-- MUi bv His Hnnor the Ueutenant-Govholme, went ihe weefc end at Ada PhiUnx-t »li wof ii prerji cnior and Mi.ss Helen Maekenate, on nalfflo.

'

— Finrnesa of Work Our Greatest

.^

loops,

Mr. and

OfBce.

Studio. 9112

To Please You Xa

dlstrlet

Road, oeMkntcd

PHONES:

Heywood Ave.



from

Westholme.

Om Nta» Radio Tube

tim Silfl tf

Horn* Studio: 920



Among 'ii' rr'-^-.y- .-vrnvate R Ikln. of Cobblr Hill, wai a Maxwell, who Is Mr.s England r>k-end visitor at Westholme. • visiting her son and daugtater-Ui• « Mr. A. Brodle, at Hew Westmin- law, St "Bronksome Dene." ster, spent tbe wsA-end In Bomtnos .Mr

D

ReguUr $12.50 Values

i

M



Clearance ef Higb-Price Hats

a

will juin Mt»s is&bei Patterson, noveli&t and book reviewT for Tbe Ohkiago TMbme, and [hey wUl make a three-month vbn to tbe OootlnenU Miss A. Winifred Lee, who is a frequent vlslior In Victoria where she baa oMfty ftiente. will also ^spend tbe Wnrnmiir

Cowic^an Bay News

Mra.

H

month and

Md.

Mr and

j

lipi'

who

already left and will tie rtA^i. ^^ Mr^> iibout four months, LuckharL leave* at (he end ni

j

Radio- lectric, Ltd.

i

hu-s

Ken

9 a.m.

hm been

I



Ml

Alicr

M1.S.S

MMiarr-al

MIM

HOME STUDIO

you

will find just llie cotk

wanting, and at a price to suit your purse.

i

A-^soriaUHl

If

1

and

,

Somenos

of

slock

leaves for the Bast next Tuesday, will spend lome time in Paris, the guest of Albert Laroche.

.

M

You

j

at Oie tea table (( llrt.!lltl^ jiui b<- cmplrivi-*]

Kljrni"'

Mr--,

'i.iT

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and



LIUIES

TEAI,

,

i

will offer

reducdoos that

Come ia'wl see thenu

will aiionish you.

|

we

extensive

at price

Canadian Chtbe. This party saUs from MoDtreal on June 8. Miss Tbensa tefmiey 1

_

* wer

(or

f;L]-iaiif ni

L-oa



our

of

dny^

ft'w

iicvt

Women's Coats

will 1.'.

Hv'.J; wiii>

I!:-*rv

.

Vtr.A.n

111

<^.iunnlng.

orHimu^

;iiiijiii;i

ciudmK

^. J, Jsckson, wii: foor the Mahiland ibs> JsdCBon will spend the Sum OAk BA> (VU'rUUlA)B.C Birthday Party mer with her mother, Mrs. McKie-^ At the home of Mrs. John David- at Slmcoe. Ontario. wbUe Mr. Jack M>n, Central F'ark ApartmenU. a few son L^ on a Rummer ssrvcy* gave a -surpn.'e fripnds recently • • • The trueata were; Return to Virtorttk binhdav pany Mr. John M. NIcbol. son of the Mr. and Mrs Alfred Shepherd, Mr*. A. Shepherd. Jr Mr and Mrs. Rob- late Hon Walter Nichol and Mra and Mn. Alfred Ntebol. returned to Victoria aboard ert Milne. Mr Thomas. Mr and Mis. Reginald the anpi eas of Asia this morning Bendemao (Calgary)' Mts. Ralph after a honeymboB trip to the KATHLEEN CilBHO.MS Skinner (MOoee Jaw). Mn. E. R. Orient. DaMhlvr •< Mr M)d Vt« J J '.ibhon * • • hr Syers f8aflkatoon», and tbe Mlssee •* Taraata. U famr ^rrti m inf *<••" Hmv Ottawa (Snafcatoon). wmn wlMB »rMMua t* ii*< mu>-»>t .1 By the large log fire io Mr& Richard Clark, of otuwa. ika rsart krtS im aacaiiua*m r*lM* m« arrived in the dty yesterday and Is Mmr la TIW aMMtWh t» r««Hrtl»i our beautiful lounge. By To Ijtmvr for England of the guest of her niece and nephew, Sa*. Wr headml.'.LreM Olldea. Ml.v> the picture windows with aau RoseBtrathrnna l-odge School, will leave Mr and Mis. W. D. Pgrtb* Shswnigan on June eaicapfl wlow. to xp^nd the berry Avemie summer In Bnglandlarge •md smaD appredatfl Lesvp for lliirri'*nn Mrs. E. J. Sandy and Mr. A. Coullff our Bridge Parties. Wed- Tn nanean In tfplte of grey aWes and a cerWilliam^ ii;»ve irft for Harrison Hot Bprlhgs Mr and MrK E A cUmate not nf chiUlneas ding RecepHone, Btc. tain Mirf fsmily will return Un their Hotel. uiuaUy associated with BrlUsb CoWr-rr R.i-rs hM at Duncan early thlS weNi, to Very Attri^ lumbia at this time of year, many Social tMIinv are tlndUig their way up the may not be due Mr. and Mrs. James Hlghsted. of MMrf This may or linger post? rerently Herd, and their daughter, Mlse to the new Automotjilr fiuo 'W Hszel Henderson, motored to Keat- erected fav the British Columbia, which now adorn ing for the week-end • • the Highland Highway at all the Mi.Vies Dort*. and Hilda Oorble, of correct int^-nal*. Hei'l Roud, iinii Mr £ Hnlman. ol Many automobiles have baro Ladv.smilh, npi*nt the »»?ek-end in noticed bearing licence plates from VKtoha. over the line, uid Qoe at least rtrtkis an unusual note with the name Mr. and Mr^ Thofnaji Woods, of Honoltdu as Iti plaee ol origin. The the tsland Highway, and their fam- owners, Mr. and Mra W. P. John8-Tflbe Cnnwlette anH nvnamir Sprrilcer ily. Brtly, MiifRaret and Dorothy, ston and their two children, achave rprriulv tM»en visiting Mr, companied by Mrs. Morrison, recentWoods' (.later, Mrs. C. FMrall. ol ly arrived on tbe Aorangl from ttqulmalt Rood. and are contemplating Hawaii, a month at tbe Oowlchan TUifl wQBderiul new set can be hearU any time between Mte Alden*azMB.*ot Besttle. Is apendlng Bay Ian. anrt tO p.m. at ewir vlslUng relatives

I HOTEL

prr-sKl*-

det

tin*

whole

the

havi-

Lrsvr tor Cwktlaent A iiiiiiitjer nf Vannaiviiitea are

m

engagement AimMmoed KlMlnger Mr. and Mrs. J. lllO Faimeld Road, announce tb' engagemsnt of their eldeit daugh ler. Flcffence Mac. to Mr. John aunlord Christian, son of OapUUi Cnrruthcra Carpenter, Bert Jobn Christian •The marriage will Doujtla-s Pangman. Jimmy tain place In Juiv

,

I

^

afliiit.'.

wKti ^la,ylIlK ;intl Miss Chajnbcrlsjn. It. tmveltng with her mothK Kuest at Hotel Oecrgla.

nlerlalM at Beeepllen

:

will

UH'

Ml,-

«

*



.

si-^eral siiia.'t

Hiini

new bouae on

they will occupy ihcu

rr o[

lilv

Linden Avenue.

wbo

\ii\ms.

liif uriil

^

Lrnvr for Bnuidon Mr. and Mrs a

0wn

m

train,

Vit-

Duniiy

'

bfpn arraJit^ed lut Huntlav (itU-rnoon. Mr^ Pen-y HliAllcro.*.:. who i-trrntJN ret limed f rmii EnglaJitl, where she s [it III ilic [HI.SI nine mouths, la enLertiimin^ her niece. Mlsa Mary 8inim.th of E^land, at the tea hour at bar home. "Oapcohurat." .shauglmesqr Heights. Mrs. J W. ."^tfwarl Mrs- Norman Lang Mra. l,orii Cameron and Mrs Charles

who have

.1

n-'Lsi.Tinan, lint bcr bonH for tbe ooea«lon, Daphnp Pooley, Beanor .'.rj-r. :. neelved a daini^r bouquet of viuiw, Belly Br. hU:I. BBtty M.-.;;:t: Kathleen Wllaou. Mjrjone Ulr of the valley and rosebudM. pre- l<>nnox wnttd by Mm T Aiict'^riion. During Todd. Pftt McConnnn. Jane McBarbara Twlgg. Marlon tbe evening garaeti and mui^ were CaUuin, and WLUon, Margaret Pr^>fr daintv rt greatly enjoyed, and Bob Boonnan. Bill and Mejufl-s. Ken freshmenta served by the ladlejt of' Mabee, Jack Hamlet, Uooel Backler, the choir. John Charlewood, Randolph Pooley, John Helsterman. Buddy Wlnslow, Alan Taylor, Bill and Desmond Barrett. Jack Twlgg. Ronnif Ho iliam. Roland Horsey. 8taii!c> W:i

by

left

golf

wu

Fmaa,

li.i'licn

'

j

i

Al'-iO'^r and Mr. Nixon returned by motor the following day. Mr. li. O OgUvte accompanied them as far a^ Banff, wlure be teD4B U

bu

Dfvottv

Mm.

UirlM.

m

: v Zl(>j;rr ulkI

after spending

.

and

wi'<-k, ,

(»n*WH

itt

AtMallek's

Tea par-

1

tiir

iileriiiiiuiiriii

1 ;

n

ri

June

r.-k#ntc fonn of tierr ai?itiy{ the paal

havr bi^n

ties

'/.^r.-u-r

i*

returned to Ihci

1'

Uw^^M-



Betarv
drawn Into the room on a wagon and preaented to the bride and Kd- frroom-to-be Mrs. Ajidnin played Wiushuijttoii Avenue, I'.yr dancing Mr 8 MUchfU and un Frtdiy cveninu. ihr rhoir of iif.:A Mt a,i..l Mplrr>poIHftn Unll^ii fliurch <:o\m Wi»i.l Mrs. O A- WardU* HAW ..-l.-rrM.n-. ihr puil'j and Mr laliied 'In- a*'ci>mp«inl»t. the oriyisloii being • Mrs Mti. w.iihvwiiarri lireweU to Mr. DownartJ,. who Amijtm ihr>.^; prc-en: were Mr Krickwii and Mlas' Helen Boyce. nosaUy retired troa «adUp of Um chott-. which poUtSon Mrs. and Mias A. Boyof. Mr., Mra. lidd for (he pMt alibtMn and Mlaa Andrua, Mr. and Mrs. 8. he rcan. During th« evening Mr. Mltehdl. Mr. and Mrs- WlUlam presented with an Wood. Mr. and Mn. Ooll» Wood. Downard addrfiM signed by membrr*. of the Mr. and Mrs. WWdlt. Ita. twee. Choir, Ifi«rther with a liiindi-ujiic \V . Piir-iiih:!' gold wat'h, Miitahly in..rnbfd, tvs token of rAlL't-in and good will, the Dance diven In honor of her dftUgbter. Mies pfeten^ji.on bemx iiiitde by B4r. P»r. Mia Downard. Who was a Josephine Rltbel. » young people's aora. on Mday evening valued member of the choir for danoe was many yeara. waa prawntcd wttb • by Mrs. J. A. Rnhet. RoeUand included the beautiful boofnet of roMi by piln Avenue. Hie goMts Misses Helen oa pibe n vtvn Brown. IM. Mneoi

fumi Ilia (Inn At Uie home w&rd Pmrsoni.

Clearance

'

Notes From Vancouver

Moxey Mi-s Cuniinlngs. Vancouver. Mr. C A Braill'-v VkI'lr torla: H. R. SmUey, ChfI'arty lil (iovmitnrm Ilou'*'' Mra. B. DUn. Mr& J. C MLs.'^ Vrra Wood and Maater malnus; I.ii'ii' Oovrnuiwii: Jack Moffat wen; ilw miniature Harris, Vletaria; ICr. sad Uze. C pariy hI linjiiru Tba Uteh» Mobols, SecttM; Huuvo on Monday, the King's blrtii- bride and groom. • |

Mi'drtt

Ml".

Mrs J who hA^<'



i«»*»»»P«>«.—«P»i»ur.B.i.,

Lanrford Personal. and deughtera. beri) the Kuesis of Mr. and Pattii/in,

and Mrs, Thomas Peden, Brentwood, VMl Xal Mr and Mrs. Kenneth Ran- have Mr'. I>an Malcolm, and granddaughter of Mr and Mrs Langford Lake, have Williamson ot Marpole. B.C and returned fntti a brtef visit to the

of left

WSStvalS. for Cal-

Pott Albemi Among

'

the

News

Victoria

visitors

la

town during Uie paai few days were

Mr. snd Mrs. R. Theraley RaU. Dr. Frb, eldest son of Mr. nortliem part of itaaeaonr XUaad. gary. Artho' Hssh sod "Mr. 'TaaHsy" • • • and Mrs I L, Erb. IW« Bav Street Mr. and Un. Upsey, of Victoria, Lampman. ta BaleyMi The bride waa charmingly altlred in Gota« Arebic Seymour has left for are staving at their Summer heme, • • Mrs. p*tal-plnk rrepe da of frock Lake. a Urr. N MacDonald Is In ViAoeuHskyon BgsinK «bare she «ui Leigh Point, lAngferd « « e Chine with an overskirt o( ri-ru Uce. ver. attending the graduation Of bCT tbe Smnnsr. ere Smith Emerson hat of Mrs. PVenrh model and a Mr and wore daughter, Mamie, wbO randii« «t thtfr B ua iiai r heaw, last evening from ItM b\Mk and gold and a corsage bou- HoMIng "l^i Homr" Lake. ciuet of pink roMbudB and violets. Mrs. Nell Paltullo hts Issued Invi- Leigh Rqid. iMgleed Oeneral Hoapital Mr. sod Mrs. Di> will reside at teUoos to sn bMBs" tsr Jbne 4. « Mrs. P. V. Welch la spaMttOB the Brentwood Bay for tbe Mr. John Turner, who haa been week-end In Vletsrla. .

Robert

Comfortable Vision

I

not so long ago since the only aid the Optometrist crniM civc "was improved Tision.

It is

Modern wrientiftr itrvclopments and optometric reaearch have nisilc many discoveries in recent years. TtM Bfw Optometry can give comiorublc use of tbe eyta where, glaaaea alone have failed to relieve. '

>nr

vrt

I.er

months. the gyeat of Mr. and Mta Dawson nrtdsy evening Mrs. C. B. MeMrs R. Peentoitoi'af P and Mr. AlexanrtT Nirhol ^on of Mra. J B Arland iMa leiwnsd to Mr Prank medley, of Ooldstream ward OD Baturday last after a itMrt Mm A Nlchoi, 2&I2 D-Mielaj Mtreef her hom*trtria iMMinSB Mp to ^pweaeer. iir Road, alao The bride lo<*ed amart m a dm.* • • • ffwl form .if mauve geontetie with plrture hal

Fuller

Bnuhes

IIS

^

i

may luve f^ooA vision with or without kImsM and have terioas discomfort.

'

'

Thrse eonditions arc now better undentnnd, and arg ber..rTerleil hy ihr new 'lechfti-jue M.ivf ua diagnose yonr eyesight condibona and advise

ts

r\v

sof

lnem»ir, «n.i

i-iftM

rb'-

harrt

chamiinK Louiaebnulanger

manner.

.skirt achieves fullness by (ivif nrunn pleats sst on at \ i«rK<' onww el plBlt the hu»

long-ai) itrmind

A*«nctAt*

A

A BI.YTH Opt, O.

1117

A. P. Biyth OFTOMETRIST

Me

Btp and black deioratn, the sod the neck has a Uay baodkertwo chief searf that txmUs eff In ai tha baek.

i

brldesmaUl.

kin*.

Mw

I>rettv

looked the nemble alth The wore copMige

fcketched

drcaa

In dusty pink looe,

in

Dorothv »st* a

v^llrm rn-

n,il/"h bouq\ic',« of

lit"

Bo'.n

At'er ^penrtinc

Mm

N

monthe Mone. ha»

"^ch*

In rf-

Ophelui t-umed home arrnmpariied bv her nwei and sweet peas. Mr. Oeorge daughter Mi'^^ Mary Mon^v, who After has been m Bngland for th« laat two Lata^ acted as best man. at the borne of a msbaon. . • • ,'1 the bridrs mMher. Mrs. M. t«tid. TVinaldsen HIMaon. of M'uWBib atiaot, the happy Wsrfc Wtt rapghtrv. ttu i teft by motor lor a hausjiuuuu tr^ Chciward ont wtth uum oa a vMk OlhXlMBd ,

r

'

Nanaimo

Social

News

U

Qnalicum Personals

England

Drive at Sidney

M wm

A vaiT smiiiB^ fWl hiai«Ntf drtaa MatWwae

tmdar the Club nbilng fund*,

T^aftls

mUnary held

in

Mir. M—lgamtTy Mt aarMni Armv and l«a*f Whlst drive _wto an Wednesday tbr Burgs Herrowa nera on Prlday evening were: nret on a aMng trip, and lapiins to re- Sir. Bemite and partiier; seecod Ove tiiA IB aSotd a mcBtfa's thas. OMrd left ?fichol and partner.

uw



Mia. Dum and partasr; snsolai, Bey- Mrs Rodgers snd partner: boobv

"

Mrs. AMhW Benry ha« left word on the Aa Venture for Vandlmo rnuver to vl^lt her daughter who u graduating at the Vancouver Oeneral agBHal at tbe end 8f Ihe

Thursday evon-

au«ni'^e« of the

Sidney

rbe purpoH* of 'he pfopoeed bnild-

'fT fctr

ln« of a >j-nnL
-

S

N'>bhy" riark and partner •

I

i

OMotb

«

Mr and Mr> Arthur H [•»','

m

f.j

Tan Fran'

t«ro.

Nanauno oa Vnday.

Bevllork

THE UAILY CULOMST,

VICTUKIA,

SUNDAY, JL.NK

B.C.

1929

J,

m RFXITAl. ENJflVED

U.

4T

und

(.lever

UI14MATIC

Lij.'p: r< ..i'

lifiii

'i

ii

I

.

ul

r

.

Mill

eftcb

.ilH-ncp,

:i

INCORPORATED

'£3c



Qf

VlctorU

by

Ebbft-canftvan and Ludle Mackay. ahowed a dear power of artuula-

A

.

-And in thi^ ih..ii.r admittcil they >1k'v\

u

WW

phui Annlo. or the intermediate aoctkm, Uoocl On showed plenty of tnimor A Double In hia renderinK nf Meaning,

and

"

H- ipn

both charmlnK and qijainl in "nn" ValrnMiiidpn and Her Hunii^t tine Harlorit. witli her long nngIru. \oi)ifG n rreahlncly unumal in her ch^miiiiK recltatlOD Of "Oreedy

'Inmsands of

*

the season

..taqrd

rlPv*Tlv

wa-s

buying two or more

i>airs

Broken

asaortmrnis

cliecks and sports wesr.

miming and coquetry

U'«Ua Cuming wan exeellent Id nmie recitation. "Lord Lundy." and Hatel Wright shotvcd much grace ol Summer Rain muvementv Ul Owpiiny Cox broufih; out thr undt-rtone ol patho! in mptrtns Town, eatrtnirly dt verly. and Jwn MacNaughton. with her attrmcUve amUe, abowed a atrooff auue of comedy. "Shah ZMunftn** w«a a most colorful MtfM partormed by Dorothy cojt. whose dancing was excep-

Subsundaida of $1.9S Silk Hosiery «t $1.59 Pair

Bargain Table of Hosiery Oddments

,

clever

lattrr'ii

ttir

Values to

plain

lUk and

of

Sale

$2.00.

98c

Clearing at

French node,

4 JBQ

Price.

S

$1.25. for B9c Pair

"

Valentine Harlork, Hai^l WriRht. Mar-

i?ortd

t'liiutiii.:,

aaenny Cox Tfd and Lorna Cotnn wrrf iil^'t among Whytc

from

Mai if raynn

the mtrrmcdirttea. tin' l^tttcr ^h^w- ua linp command >>' lu' llonal pitfalls, wirminal cyn.'>un:inu». and the former putting a graai dofti of fllncerity Into MaaefMd's "Sea Pever." Of the senior sacfilon, Muriel C. >

>

pure

thread

and

»ilk

yams ill lol.^tji of tcrey. grain, ili.iinpjgnc and oak l>u(f. Ki 'tift.r. ' icrt and nest hemmed lopsto 9w. Sale frice,

2



.Ml

^>Uil!^.

and

Children'g Three-Quarter

Shown

ir.p*

tn

7

color nitxmrr maichiiik!

desirable

in

with cm'i Size*

in

Sale



^ Fairs

on

debate

Mvrly

A

the ftubject. *'Do Better Time Than

Boy& Have a

oirlA?" was conducted meat oapably by Id^ WUson and Jtan Mac-

Dorothy Oeake showed

Naughton.

'Hiomps.m

Muriel

wii,<.

Pric<;.

atjle

s

cntiilrd "Black thf .'prnnd. "Th*

VICTORIA STUOFNT TO BE CALLtU 10 BAR Mr. Baii'K M.iil<'» rit Acul-nin f[.

l..t\\

(

.

>ka !

rrdlUblr

I'racHcr Jn

l>.

-

ti>

S

law heaoed

Uie

final bar cxamaeeordlnf to the marks -T '! V re«ch»d Um Blt|. wh;rM f1 .'-.'in.non. MKldaDt WWl Mi I F [)ui-fi sM>d first In the .Mr. 'oUsA ol LiiitNvn, Aiih 77 per cent. While Mr. R. B. M.-iLh<'w.'<. student with Rose, Johnson A: Pollrv, t^ok aecnnd pollion with » i.i'.i) of 76 5

inatlonn.

w

,ii i-i-dnrc Jiocured llir hitjh mark of the daas, 81 per cent; while he

ifii'

III

iirarllti^ itml

Mr Malhewa

with Mr. Johnaon each secured 77 per cent In OomlnioD sutute Mr. R. B. MfttHews. ol Mooie J.v*. b( a son of Mr. K C. Teddy MatheWH. former mayor of Moose Jaw, who now rexides at Victoria, ,

t

(

BC Mr

the Univ^T'.iiy School. MouiM Tolmlf, frnrn I'M:) unlU he lOl'-i fi.- .hfti attendK-radua^rd ed Vic'h 1.1 CoUt'tjr. whnii-f lis Knidftt

...itr.i

!(,

li",

«d

i<*22.

and

wa.-!

many

SLUiit'nW Council. Hf gradualthe UnlmaHy of Bntlah tn ArU in 192S. and was

trm

prtdd«nt of the 103S ArU

class Re artielfd to the firm of Rose. Pnllpv, and took hu final examln«U''n nir betiinntng ot

wu taw

laa V

r

honor*

Bar

of

A

rom « h loli hff pa .cd w b Hp will admil!*''! :n'' S^katrhewnn thl.^ vrar In

addition

1

r

(o

.49

filxes

^\ I'hli

Keg\iiar Sale,

inchc*.

.18

June SUk

|

^

VVidlh

navy dn.l hlark inchea. June Silk Sale. per yard - -

I'rife



f>r

rim, mr V

M

•"•w



to 42.

Prke

Prirr,

,,

,

,

each

-

69c

.

>

Pieiaisd Plat

SOk Croas and

Printed

RwUmnT

There are many handsome patterns from which lo choose and all of cIm^ superbly rich texture and *" lih for drc>«e> and lln^ng^. jonc Silk Sale, inches, >

'•

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per yard

.-^

.1*1

2.49

-

Black Satin Castings There i* only a limited (nianiiiy "f Willi liic:-!- rich black satin catmuf., \' I''' "K ...rd and pebble reverse.

59e

.

at 11.00

Serviceable Cotton Crepe Kimnnn* in *hadefc with appliqitr traatins InmminR*. .i \ will he very u*piijl iii S'jn' 1 f\f\ I meritme. Prite. e^rh

-UU HBC

Floor,



yan!

'•^



Sale, per yard

British

The

Span

assortment

rctl.ir

ihrre are

msny

is

Intiitnl

yard

['<"r

I

.

[

.k r

.

jn

I

.

collars of

—~

n

.\

i

4Q

5»ur t mentS

arc

Iik<-I\

Ucc.

tti

rnjov

iin-i

apmn-

..a

'lent y

ul

arc

,

IJ

Si/'

Some

neck|it)^s.

lj.if!i!(il

fa^t

I

tlicin in very dainty styles, fashiiuied from crayidieen tn plain pastel colors of peach, rose, powder, .xnnni and Nile green; also in all-white

navy with whitr.

ir>

-

46.

a"Ww

Canton Crepca

m'o ^rnaft and fu^hion ChtjM»e from pirate. frock* Mmher Goo^e. beige p*'"'. ^prure. rosewood. Copen-

will

itoru. ii.

jii.wder. royaf[ coral, pink. rose. !« -li'i Mark and ivory.

U

\

alo«s tu $2.95 a

J

"Imck to

duck.

Adjii^iable

Camp

frtmes ttriiwd

(our po-itions.

to

fS-en

Crirr

each

Wilh \\ Mh

arrrn an^l

.

t^-LSO

ft>itre«.l

4rm»

f'>otre
tanopy.

and

fT-W

^

da\s

N'atinr'*

Chairs wilh metal braced hardwood frame and Ian dacb tofi* Priced at, 91.3S each Camp StooU. made the ^anle as the chairs but without the back. Price. each -,

Camp

I'nce

U

oihI

Krame Cois

duck

compactU

wiih *irnnH frames, 'l
earh

ga.OS

.

Maitrr^tr*. made oi carded fell in art tickings with box edge. Stse JO a 72 inches. Price

Tamp

Mattresaes in stripe Ikkina u
M

nil fell

,.

Camp

Pillows

in stripe art licking. All-

Sijr

17 n 25 fnehcs-

-

Price^

each

heavy wood frames and arms, ailli canvas seals and hacks. Price,

OS.**

.

jni)

Price,

.

WUle

braced

heavy

«5
feathcr pllkms

Heavy Pordt Chain

and

fold very

^

folding legs

webs.

meUl

Cots with

bar'Uood fnmes Theee cots I'* t'

Siianol lor ait Table

enamel

\S'hite

Mand

PrMeQ**

.**A1

reiiutaties of a noality to camp life *

the rough use of

)'latr»

}'r:'>-

r...

"MuKr-. Cups and ^^utrrt.

fg^

I,

and

H*C

Floor.

NldMl-PlMtd Kntvea. Porin nod

500 Yarda Natural Pongac &lk Pofigei in a clear natural color and in weiiiDt for drcssfs. btouNe* und other pnrposcs. Width JJ irirhet. June SUk
Floor,

9Qa HBC

Hardwood Kitchen Chairs .^noneh

nirf'tf

.

h.tir*

(iiih

k

iI^i)

teatSw

ItackN and doable •treichets all nrovnd. Price, enc^u^....^— .fl.l«

•snindic

Khchen StrooB 1i.pt.

I'nce.

I

-efol

rmlird on eaiih

TaM«

Tables with heavy deal leg* am) one drawer.

M.M

la

2

Tabic Knivev per '1>">i'n« Teaspoons, per dozen

PoM^ Stronn and

,

36<

Oriia

:>ervie«nltle

folding style.

•MO

Camp

Prkc. cacb

io

neat metal ease.

rrice, lor both,

9t.M

Prke, each.

Aluminum Canpbig

Seta ^M'. ronststiDg of large «lwlIow saucepan. I coffer cups, 4 bowls. 4 plates Mfwt rr\rng pan with ramovalile hjndir .MI may be easily carried packed into the large saocepen. Prin; Pnr».iMr

I

I

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4

aliimmom

1



per set

our

in

R
all



Ooli anbs The famous "Carnousiic" make. Putter*. and Drivers Hravsiev »l.T6 „ Price, each

S1.00

Price, each^.-

Ootf Balls

"Red Dot"

The

"

King" and "Dunlop

«#

ejch

We

have a

.pie;!.'!.'

can^

and

leather

m.,

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We

jre aRents I'-r .\rchie '"H .Vutf'Rraphed <•( -i and have a -pU-mlid >eli-' Pro Miide Clubi. up from VT.BO '

'

Oolf Seta for the Kiddies Juvenile Oolf ^eis, consisting of Ho\f iMg. two ImIIs, driver, putter The bags are made and ntidiron Price, per in *ix atiraciive colors. set,

^

complete

Treatment

3

Price.

Ball.

for "Silver

A Little Self

Muh-

Midirons. Niblicks, Jigger*. ica.

cadi niorning and night, iininUltXaAieth Arden's Venetian Cleanginj; Cream.

Tonic and

Ardena Skin

irange Skin

<

—aceordin;;

to the

Korwl

method'of

an Klixabcth Ardea treatment —will keep .MMir gkin clear. firm and -niiM.th.

BUgabeth Arden

—Omgi^

ftfaip

a

Beauty Kit

Floor,

N Be

NBC

Floor,

^

..

ca«e» and

Price,

eart^

w^h alimfnum c«a gt.#0

—Lownr Mnio Floor,

H BC

»«.»0 gS.»5 80.75 «14.»a .

Ml m

Pdtot Koga The ensmded mrfsce of |he«e

Work

in Comfort With the Right

fell

base rugs make them very desirable The patlo keep clean. terns arc sniiabie for bedroom or
and easy

:

>

—TIM Floor, NBC

Now

94^



bttie

designs. Sisc J ft a 6 fl. Price-^^ 4 Site 5 ft. 2 in. n Star 6 IL 2 in. a 8 ft. 8 in. Sire 7 It. 8 in. x lO ft.

atyk.

Untveraal Thermal Jars These will keep «D limida as pat into ihem hoi or cold, fine for ptcntcj. Wilh alnnainnm screw topg. each r. ,

rap*.

Revertibia Jute Rugs A special purchase of then? ,m ported rugs give* you the opporunity of buying a rever*ihle rug Of Oriental appearance at small co4l These are in rich coloringi and

ft«.M

,

Atamfanm Wacer Pdin Ten-Quan Pails in eeamleaa Special, each _

III

Grids fn

M*

Cunpiag ttMieg Two-Bnrnrr Gasoline Camping Stovca

,

^onrth

VA'ith

each

Mai ir |M i i and Pillows

Cots,

Voiding

wcebft.

Camp

Cmap Chain and Scook

and

..r

.

1.98

ctiu'pmcnt Pporiin^

the

find

4.75

16.95

HBC

golfers— actual or prnr,pective tre welcome.

MUb

in the

ili.i^c

Deck Chairs wtth hardwood and «eat ami back of heavy

Plain

of

75e Silk

liJii"

need

B, Cniiipiiton

Summer camp, where you intend to live the siiriple life— but you want that little Thr more convenient and comfortable your furniture and equipmeJU the mure vou

want but little and reliable.

^ .HI

.HtronfT

Msdelme,

W

al.so

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.

Mgin Ktoor,

Inexpensive Rugs for Your Floors

jn.v Sdk«. Values to 11,50.

>aid

I'iiti

l.

\r

Price

These

•omfllni^.' hnpiienji tJ^at m npermi In/rtallarK n.* thr ipeaki^ rord « be run close lo the detector tiibf causing thla dUBoulty.

h^iirc

Poruble RecUning Chairs

4

Sale.

pretty

A howling nalae la lat up in thr and ampUflad through ihf n>Mker. U th« comwctlnc oord mnntnc tn»n the aM to tb* ^Makar 'Ttmea ekioe to the detector tuMe. Kp«P the speaker cord away at least l.>"ii nr two from this lut>e .t It

new

iind

'-!

10.75

>

wu

receiver

lar^^e

\

1

CORD nCKR IT NOISES

the

Slenderijting; model'it with cross-tiver front.*,

sanrf-

trimmed wilha

SUfcs

not complete.

desirable colorings

ax rose, flame, wild rose, Nile, .lit h Width geranium, pink and orchid. J6 inches: Regular |I.9S a
will

N

--

\ rich lustrous satin that will fa»hion into desirable and inexpensivr frocks 4 Krgular »| 08. June ^^Hk

IhiI

Vou vou

from

Black Duchesae Satina

team

The only w«j to aoapa orlttala In sav nnihlat. flto BOttllnt, uMl noihli«.

Rrey or

Frock

Wear

freedom ffir and exciting play. We have

a!I"\v

It

Fashioned frum pritjted tl-epc «Ie Chine anU San Toy crepe, in man-k new design* in floral, ^[t...1 nnd fulurisl patterns. In rirh colorini^.s Miitable to

Sleeveless

for Tennis

per

Sale,

Silk

The

ii

..«imo

Game

for a

iiO0d« Section, where

l

Value to >5.50 a

.utiles.

Ready

OoU Bags

Slenderizing Frock Styles in the Larger Sizes

p-i

w it hn nhan herl^ iiT

of Golf?

Woman's Cotton Crepe Klmonoa

—Second

<

.

.

The

1.88

'

i\h

*

^

I'ricc,



w

effect

|ta*tel

4

'!iiH

Two- Straps

"

assorted pat-

in

So

crdor».

Plat

Correct weight for -Iresae^ and \^ full ranae oi coloringsV alues to $2.95 a ni( hr<. Silk Sale, per

yard

i^



Black Kidskin Oxfords ifade f'H ease ;iMr| <..nti.>ri H( «aIViiic. vet wilbOVl the sacrifice -i -i 9tt^p$lK

CQ

-Ow

-

MA

4

frocks with square or long 4

Novelty Rubber Aprons

40

with

l*riie,

lip-ei,

»15.00

l.rnwn Lid, rut lancy colors! uim

A manufacturer's clearing loi purcha»ed at half iheir regular price. Pure ruhher aproH'i HMtn with novelty pocket an
ffay's

.IR

111 1.1 II

^

lr;itlier

ii;i'riit

;iii
Cantilever

home over yoor

oni at

frr.rk

A

prach,

lirt

I'l.M'k

IriiniiiiOK

Novelty Chintz Aprons

QQ S'O

i

t'uir

id

In

Novelty Bib .Aprons

60 White Jean Hoover Dretaes fprcial pu^rh^£e reserved for Mnnshoppers only. While Jean Cloth Hoover Drcste» in a Kood full cut, and ftnuhed with two pockets. Size*

Rich Crepe Satins from s,»nd. pow rter; apnrfi. -Vile, wine. oak. Copen-

hoo*e

hagen,

Cantilever Cut-Out Ties ri>l

*iir»rt

tTKs and

Fifteen styles in a 9l>ecial group o( Neat fr-Kk* for daytime wear. fitriirfri t'lowered print* and cnrdt-il iliivui'^ in ~'rcM'le$» and shnri ilceved »l\lc.s Many have the popuUr
ct"-

and

slecvo.

\'

home

cobweh finemany tianfl""me

m

4



-„ -

"Price

and rich rolur

yard. $2.95. per yard

(.

^

200 Cool Print Frocks

t>;ilter"-,

'

air

Serviceable iii'ik

CQ

Gay Cretonne Smocka pp »niart for hou«e or garden wear ilifir gay pattern.", and fxlor cmhinaiiniu In Rreeri. hlne ami lilack itn ground* with Itrifhl cretonnr minK- Sicea 36 to 42, i

Beaultfut *ilk faUric* of a

nnik.

rlirui

of Snir.< k^ M.ide cotton broa-i' assorted L.)<
in

snk 0««[ffV*'^

ness and primed

Slyle in

KiiiUi

Cantilever Shoes g^ive a hanUgftfr-likc dupport. with that euy flcJtibilitv which ensures cwnet exercise for the foot muscles at every step. I'ndcr such con dittun.'^ Nature ha!<. her uppurtunity t" make and keep the feet «ti!Oin|{, bcgltliy and graceful

Women's White Jean Dresses

Women's Broadcloth Smocks Well

Monday

^

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wu

Foot Comfort Combined

Smocks

in

finality

Manjtiiacttes

excellent acjid«-mir particularly good tn flports. haftng boen for years swimming champion as well as holding (hi shooting record at the OOlveriltv School, and aecood In MMoiand [if the cadet corps, and also a member of the Vlotorla Rep foolbaD

record, hr

S'll'-

<

Sale Price, per pair,

sizes.

bargains.

Printed

"

iashiunable pointed heel. All wanted colors siiu

\Mili the

"ffvG

Mack and

ot

iir.-sidput

Oolumbm Jotinson

1

of Senii-Scrv ite-W eight l-iill-Fasluonetl

Siil)stanf!.irrl>

AO#«

10.

BB^

The attractive aavtn|ts. following are just a few o( the

Ralph Mathf'w^ was a stu-

dpii;

-harlrs.

l)'-<

Crepca

clan at the recent

per

offered

pnpuUr

point or half

full

.iii'

7.95

tbIu*

Top Chiffon Ho»e .^lection of

Choice ol

car-

pa--trl

in

in white.

Frocks and Aprpns

,

at

good

in a

93.30

for

Excellent Values

Heavy Prench Oeorfittes and

lit

Niudcnba

ia lijjl cnlnr!.. wit,

Pairs for

cfelh-

Ii r >4

Tnr loUowlng Uom The Modnc Jaw TiEiifi of May U: 'Two Mooae J»n-

Available

icfcutar 91.^5

trf

good idea wwooigfiiMy

.\

ried out

Caatilower Shoot

'^re;*! i>3rgatn event. ci\ inK yuu ihoice "I thousand* of y;irds Dt .tn-i hr-Tiiinul Silks at apc-

Cat

SitcrftJ

RfOfgrain ribbon adjustable buckle.

QCp

blu^ii

350 Pairs Pure Thread Silk Hose

Dcpenil-

qualify

•ilantiaril

dium and dark

cuff lop«. Sizes U to Sklc Price, per pair

29c

BS^

for

Continues \ ii

t

Llif skrtfhr*. (ind nnfl Whi*'",

Silk-to-lhe

CO m99

-I

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Pifra

Hose

new

m

and

poor."

8

Silk Sale

a great deal ot dramatic tati^nt Ivr.s P' her rendrrlnc of 'The

most appi;almK In her rrruatlon of "The Wr-it Wind " GeraMin'- Fluthiind Roy Onldtlns'h fTfiird-Sliaw ao morr f xcellrni iwrformrrl

>'

^

Price, per pair

for

Summer wear

irir

June

mRJ*tfri*d

"The Traveler,"

new Summer wanted syf^

all

in

W

Pancy l-'xrcilrtii

per pair

one with the conviction that. If the lady could be a£ obstinate as

railed

Thread Silk FuH-KashioTn-i Hose, every pair perfeci

rsnKi'

9)-^.

I'l

Snbstandards

Pure

school

7

Mlt^

3 Pain

Cotton Hose

left

r^-Mdlnn

l>'/c^

add

Childran'g Three-Quarter Lisle

ThompaoD. Lynda Langdale and Honry WorthlBgton wern excellent In a really amusing burlesque upon ilii' Hrnry the domeatlc Ufe of They Blghth and Kathrlne Parr

the art of voice fluctuanon. and Munel c Thompson and Hoy OoMflnrh itiivr nn excellent

lor

I..1..IS

shell

intu pliahie braid then designed with «

brim and wcll-fitling crown and trimmed -with- gd-

jiistahlc

•l.TS

Pairs for

!

this, it wa-H 00 wonder that .ihe onlUved liun. Roy Ooldnnch was inImlUble as the chet who drsrrtoed plums, oUvfli as "amaU, unnpe soaked In «a water." Thla young man carried a great part of the last portion of the entertainment upon hln thouldera. Oeraldlne Rutherford Shaw recited •JRuIleka" in a way which >howed that she has

gn...!

f'^''''**^

Sale Pra-r. per pair

fiQc -„Q3W

per pair

(ind

mg

woven

effc^t.s

small

350 Pairs of Substandard Chiffon Silk Hose at $1.49 Pair

Regular $1.95 Value Silk Hosiery at Si -69 Pair

Children** Three-Quarter Fancy Lisle Hole In ">mart wnvni clin k- and Iwo-toOe

Miases Silk Hoae, Regular

35e a Pair

98.10

PaSra for

'

iion.iliv

I

shades. Price, per pair » Paire for «B<



garet

it>flf lo ihc new muldrd lines, and sht.>wn in every color uf the rainbow. aim tee Tlexow raves arc in adjustalilc lic.ul .-.ize.i and made uf narrow rii>biin and rililn'-

Fine Merceri;e(l I.iile Sporleei -t Tennit Socks, with caff lop« in contCaating oolors. Very smart for tport or street «?ear. Available n ^- 'mv

rerixcd hem, with reinforced feet and narrowed ankle, offered in a good «eleciion of color*, AH wanted »)ze».

for





in



Liala TattnU Socks

Full senHce>wctghi silk to the mer-

wool

sotTsble

colorSt

(

Rtrliii

ITo-^irry

t

zine.

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Stimnicr

iS\\'\U\vcn'^

cy\i>v

Summer season.

the

Lil-

Tovc .Hti'iu fimiii.w iind Helen r -U "Septemluundiy applaudedMargaret WhyU and Hull Wrtibt were deUghtful In "Soentt of the Haut," the former showing a graeeful dignity which offset the <

:\ni\

tones and in tjuatities yuu an depend on all Note particularly the-extra savings you can effect by at atmie. Now is your opporninlty to buy your needs for

pupular

"'Arabt'll.i

V'Ticnv.-d

Colon, and i'l was ber Gale

\\'"nifn's, Mi.sscs'

I'rtir- "-f

s mo^it

at substantial savings.

oflferieci

Town," and Anvld P. PhUipaen lave of tits beat in his rttning rendering of -The Laughing Sally " An Item which was at oncrf* unu-v..ii ilid lian

taste

f^f»*(i

the for dibcriminatiun, launtee ia the perfect, noncrushahle hat for traveling. It sportive lending is i^raccful

was

c<>u~
he

nui.st

it

and

*

and

Plavtime Sport Hat. Made in California. Is the Choice of tlic Younger Set for This. Season

'

Puck's faoog." and Margaret OoldUtttt CkdoUgbtful

tmittv

^

June

tlon in her rrnderlnff ot "TIil- pnnthe Oyp^c:- " and Lurilf iiiirrclird Wor(i*wi/rUi Victoria Kbtosmortai Dan<«ItlB. Canavao put much elfln cbarm Into

CCM and Mackay '

.

Monday Commences Our

Muvaret

Junior McUon.

MaUt«d

I670.

MKOMdld

liw iMi «}Uk ft miitty* vBklk hpoke wlimiM for Uw KM* iwn-

ctoldnmUi.

MAY

2"?°

HBC

Floor,

iiiunl

piot^PiiUUDt

liir

t irani* and Uie>. per Pi

n':.'':

iK-

by u

(iiH/r.i

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crilfrT.viiunrnts

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t'^ndic*. incluilirijj Jrl-

nrwly- renovated BJO. X>rm-

Ttie

Major

Open All Day Monday

Special li

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Store

Candy Vngrmmuo*

Dtvrrstflril

iM%r Audlriuc

the time in

Is

avOh^S

New

cloth

have

Urge

a

have

-^rt

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nrw new

i,r to have j v-ur old iramr \\ f j»».'»rtmenl aod coicr-

i^vt

t.p

yonr inind lodas

V(.>t.

K

to

eyes thuji teste

!

you may be sure of ab comfort tn rcMlxng and the Mmr time save tnonev

'•diite

*•>

inas in pl^m Prices Iron

oplometriat.

so that

flxe-l

awning

selves on having had their ev^ examined by ttw regi4tcre

Make

for

Awnings! Now

Speaacles Mtire than five thousand per. are t "nKratiilalinK them

pie

at

hy hivfnfi; the now.

ri^t glasses

i^r:.

Third Floo.

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MONDAY—4

to ft:N pm, Ulaon Pwgramme. inaaaiillm: some of the faverlbe mualo of George Tagtman S:M to g:30, Oeneral Vartg. to T. **niB Inplre SuUdara." 7 to In Danceland. featuring aeloiete durik« the IntermMon. a t.ft 9 Rudy SelgcT's Shell Symphonlsts playti^ a musical tribute to June brides. B to B 30. "Voice of Ptrestone" wtth Baston Kent, tenor: thr Firestone ChorLntern nnd a contralto eolotat. g:M to to, PlanUtlon Echoes 10 u> ll Shiinber Ho4ir watirtltd by Barry Spauldlng, t«nor, unjiiiiK i«o iri^h favorites.

Moton PamUy

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to 3 pjn.. The WandererK rontinutng their tOUr of s to 8, E»eready Hour present* the first of a series n lo fl 30. Clicquot Club Bsklmoa feature a ikeiche^

the world

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novelty group

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Its of America In this eounlnr. BOA. naavar. CmT (BSUat S8iai-»M mnsradlo company li mn operating strong In a h d i>cuaslDna of the day night through the Matlooal am. BsrviM of r\t» BavUat ntittreh i? Mbildlary for radio wwimunlcaiWrn present feed-back circuit that makes Broadcasting Company System, n*ywpily ttam *an***i TttOA* m. «4rM. wnuELBBi comnrNiCATioN In fact, the Mclasner feed-back Mlw BenneU was a schoolgirl in her she made Dr. iMmna'B remarks were par- dretttt was perhaps the most Im- Oklanoma City, where publu- :ippearance at the age of rui^rly pcrtlDOnt at tbls tUae. portant of all the Oerman patents first Under proteat," she recall^' hen a rev^ttan In krng dlstanoe seised by the alien property cus- Ave Although She kept on appearlnit in church, irrleu comlnuniratlon Is forr- todian during the nar unUl and i.idored by an announcement from the Melssner claim-, i the mvemion club com r^t^ London that a multlpl'-xinc nuMi'vl of the fprd-bt«i k Acr'- ivpparciitty one day Came Jatotxb Bcud. famous coropoeer of "End of a Perfect Mitrconi M.-i n iHjllitU'd by Ihr r--,;f-iir driLMOn of krowii iis the and promptly MiiltiDlrx ;i\ircrn, iitui bei-n iried uul (hr United Slftl.^^ SurrtTiir Court D«y." dlaoovered her r:..\ on thr [)rlti.'-h dirrr - in M-.r ArinMr.itJK D-I-nrest UUga- took her on a vaudeville tour 'A'llh As a pupu of Percy Stephena. veU:tonnl beam to Canada by meaii:^ of ilon, [he navy j.s Mh u^ing his Clrvocal teacher Miss Bennett this invenUon. Recently an official rnii and certain claims centring on known flrat soprano In the Brahma of tbe Brltlsb M»rconl Company u remain to be adjudicated by the seng aa Quartette and madt' .solo appearabig to tetk Mth a Ouadiui war claims arbiter. ances with the Srhurn.itiii Cl'ih. .T-he Uarconl eCfldal at lioaliaal owr Dr. Muliiniir holds numerous honwas leading ladv tor t'vo vear* in Ihe beam code tbftUMi that Unks oraiy degrees for hu work. He is WIntiircp Amcii' rcvu*li> 01 the Giltnglf^nd gnd '[^Ttilf a lecturer In the Berlin Hochachule. Sullivan comic opcra:< She The chief adva^Uge claimed for In it3&, he was awarded the Heln- bert and tA sUll ntudylnv and loofcmg forward muttlplexlng la that U obviateii the rteh Herta gold medul in r'-< ottnitlon concert career for the erpen^c (if special wtrHos-s ^ll»Uons of his Inventions In tlir rudui f^cld. to a sertoiu (uturv. [Of ni'"i iia' Inn.il tel'-ph'^ns' "-Inre- He L-i said to have b<-» ii ihr lirj'- lo m astilU'ijr tube n\fr n i« .-Aid that the system may place a vacuum he rpcraterj with in'eater speed, operation in America when, in -^-^r "(.fnirnv and cfiiciency. and with nectlou with reception of ihu laer power than the present trans- Oerman station at Nauen, by the atlantic tolephooe eniploys. then oerman-owned atatlon at 8ayDr. MeHiDtr acnod tint thg vuie. Long Island, he conatrueled for fttturo of long dJstanOR radio reeta and sent over a tube oscillator ^on the bMTO. which conflOM hetrodyne receptmn swnats akng directed paths of Morning and Kvcntog Service* of ^BADIO f ANN Hot R tmtvmUslon «> that their energy TMerto OHy Tangle Bnad(n»y not b*- waited by dUTuslon In eaet Today Amos H' Andy, so popular with all dirrrtlnna Tlw famous British radio fan!!, entertain nightly, eioept benni which in used nn circuit* UnkBadlo listeners whose recelvtog Wednesday and llniraday. owr crcr thu ing tl\p whnlr Bntu-.n Empire, iA seta are tuned KHQ at 10 n dork prtralklcd m his nuntry by the morning and thii< rvcninK mu be projertnr branis employed at Its OVER RI-1 privileged to hear both icrvices ol The Riverhead, Long I-tland. Rtarion by It-mple. Viftoria City the During hla four years wtth KFi broadca*i.ing ol thL-, mornmg'K servthe R.C.A. for transoceanic med&age service. Dr. MelMOtr bellcvM th«t Rf^ert Rurd has established hlm- ice will commence at U o'cMt, s i made he has found g new dvrlee that wUl aetf nrmly in the hearts of the radio tonight's worship at 7:30 audience as one of thr leading ten- possible by two firms and two inJltaqprovtt all boam transmission. Thi.s exceptkmai ors in the Weat vldnala 8HOBT WAVES artist la heard over KPI on featured Tomorrow evening's "Sun-vt proBmploylnr • horlaontal antenna, prograounea several times a weeiL gnunme over Victoria > radio ^'ation initaad of the usual vertical anthe Sunset Concn ortenna. Dr. Matataigr Is n«ti« parahaa 2,000,000 reoaMng will fealure pranoe A boBo refleoton to that the angles leu of aa klnda and rieei Uk uee chestra, and will start «i s in request number wUI open the proof radiation mey be iMtfUy ohgnced throughout the oountrjr. gramme, a selection from OuiMjppe followed by Verdi's '11 Trovatore

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Mtbagral otolr. a-S:tft. Hvwi ot worU. KKL. Ban Kate OMr. Olak nH».SMi 0— AIMrnoea OSMin- 4-4:10. OTMt H«e»mU' liSH(>—t a.n.. tataraud enciaaMas*. s^ss. naral PilipiB* orebartra. It. "OM Haa :n Hiitav.^iil-S;U. SlwBUr Sani cranMM' flnnSBSattimBtal ft;4S-S!lS. SauhiiM/' 11. laforaal «t«dlo praaramow.

hii! hp has been able to keep in continiKni.s rontact by voice with a plane traveling up to 200 kilometres (about I'M miles', by tran£mitLinif with about 500 watts power [in u

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U9 UAMW CatUL as a chance in dire^tinn is dcstred lOwtnAI, UM. kf IM MHtli AaMMfta WUh bis ayatem. i-ieinian :raw.r AiUMkwi radlo baa worked KlverliciiU .tnj WASHmOTON. June 1—MulU- switched the same bcum to t\.^ SouEh piffxlng lelepbooy uid ttftfnphy for American circuits nlth high eltlAlmulbuMOut truunnlMloD uid ra- ciency He said he expected that orption on tfafl aaim wave length experiments with his horizontal T1.1V nndenlly exptctwl an an antenna would abo^jly be conducted

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Smdays Programme

Experiment With New Invention Between England and Canada Proves Sadsfaccory. States Dr. Mebsner, German Inventor

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THE. DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA,

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Wi'h i.f li.:' u! rnv ii.in-l !-*!'< Uf rf|»>iircij <|i> J,.-' b-' dL-.Hp pointed li jiulliiiic tupiieiu. Henry Omton. you,

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of Martin By

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Fashions Conspicuous in the Season

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reach a box oC flUanMoa. He lit one and raeoameneed bla vnting The room was stUt anpty. X turned back to the firL Xar eyes were n',^ upon me—trey eyas with a -

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VMiom am I to serve tpr this?" I ' refuge asked. "Your uncle or youf* expoeted, Vttb "Mc" the anAnrwi eataly. Iran over- Hush I" t<"i. liuil heard thr rlii t k u! tn^ omior-chfajr I looked thr'-uvh nw p**pbale. Il-^ occupant iiHii iri,-, chaiifed tiib poAiuon tn Kiufi t^,

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an old story to us. That of a frock \\ as almost discarded bein^^ given lease of lite by our up-to-date The highest standard of efficiency has been reached and is maintained throughout our plant. Science and research has played a prominent part in our proi;ress, and by the process of elimination we have found the most satisfactory way of handling every item of dry-cleaning and dyeing. It is

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framed In the aperture—* prewlvc under her ^itrann-- ohire/' woman whom I Judged at Ant. not- hair. wlthstandlng the Touthfoloaii ofhar War the first time I reaU/.-d ihr,* flyure. to be elderly. Itiea as die hi bar own faihlon—and » 'rry ulnlowered her head a little, I saw that tlnctfve one It was—she wa.s beautiwhat I had taJcrn for irrey hair waa ful stood

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Sore Muscles Instant Relief

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idenUcol design as the

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examples of thla Idaa ore U-

lu-straied. showing the posslbiliuefi for variation of ttits thrrae. At the borderi'd

a bUck floral printed chifTon used for the gown with [|ir back of the Skirt out In on extreme troll toward the he^. The earn* moUf Is repeatad en UfTet* for the trta llttla Jacket having a scarf collar with serexal fluttortng left

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Phone 3302

ends.

905 Foit St

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decorative treatraant other than a large bow ai the bade of the

neck

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on the second model

of chiffon and taffeta, the ensemble conveying the charm of the print

design.

"non't use the gun If you can help 1' Martin Hrw.s enjoined "Thoae thnvia are for hn-v >nore than for uic, but rememtvr it,.-> 11 kill Donkin if Uie;. e
hod oflered me * twont> pound note and assured ne that Martin Hewr^ had decided to turn me down. She

I course, to the c-tabli-Jimtni there A r-nn-. b-( A ho e,-,.-aprtI from ol the Ford Mouir Company of priion Hi New York .lole hfly dol Canada's big plant, but other eoter- larn from the heiid warden For .i a sUtue. watching priws of Importanoe have been lo- runnintc exi" ealod In Ford City and the town has become well known In other sections Continued^ of Canada and in Great Britain a.a proqierous industrial centra and Spend your Vaegtioa In

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healthful community.

Pive niiniit^s afterward we were swlnpHiR down the .straight muddy

'WINDSOR.

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car. built ap- ago, Pord City ha.*; devloiK-d .Once Donkln WS.-I by Into one of the ma-r fti?rtrc?iUc ni jnown last night, you must remember, my side, tnutned up in an overcoat Iclpahties along the Es.sfx fmntier and It Is not an easy trilng to proand groaning every now and populatii^n nt Xb tect a murderer. TMl me about the pain. A dsrk-complexioned then in After attaining a chauf- 000 the community movL-d tor .^epgtt-l.feur In the front crouched over Ma aralkm tram amn County jurisdicher fault, he) lain "Thl.'- L wheel 'One glanoe X threw behind tion and CO Jtwe 1 it will beooide but It wa-s berau,T of her llm row H.-i we .•(tarted olT, and curiously the city of Baat Windsor, hecemlng l)egan Inst night There were a enough 1 looked, as though by Ina cHy In fact as well as In nam*. hu.ndred (it u.s fighting down In the one particular window RlincI, -a! Tiie phenomenal strldea of this' Me«;i. bm.k of the IJethnal Green Leaning out of It was the girl who eTwerprialng community were due. Road, and PhU AbrotuunA waan t Ihe only one wtio got his. We were ebaylag orden too^ you know, Ouv-

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ONE MAYTAG

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took her from nif a-s lie had to Joeeph that hr would, but wan a dying man belore he could

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FREE Trial

Washing Find out why the ^iotity of C«riada*s mes prefer the a y t a I // it dooan'f aalf itmtit. .

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probably actUed with hhn myself before that can happen. In the mranUroe. kindly follow nqbsenmn: downstairs. You wUl be provldwi with ample funds and I wish you well; at the name time in the
Children's Shoes Greatly

PheM3ift3

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of Joseph's gang try to lntereept| IDU. thai win be a different malSar. Nght If you hav^ obaoie «t aB. wui klu DaiMk ir «Mr gnl

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tlnued. "LXi your best lo tet [x>i)kin away. If you eom* up against the poltee, you had better offer no l eile l a nnt aad be aan that my name 11

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The panela gIMed open in rr*vit of me, and I stepped out Martin Hews looked at me thought-

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Appropriate eeremonlos wlO ma^ the passing of Pord Olty and it: advent of Bast Wlndaor, en June A special slectlon wUl be btfd Juii 8 for the election of a mayor and Hire aldermen.

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gle lietween vot] »nrt Jnvph yoii now the Inorr, and I luivf are up no Lj-se for (he neennd bent He dij.ml^'ied them with an imperiitn* iittje **\e of the hand, and iliey diMppearrd. ualiered out by the butler who had entered without any visible or owBfale mekha o(

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wanted Joseph's gong eruriMd1 wanted Joseph himsalf removed. You have failed me." 'If 1 get over thi?, Donkln muttered, a 'pa"m of pain .«uddenlv c.:jnsoon as

better

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80 Windsor has surrendered its city in the aa tha western penlniula of Ontario, and position

has extended congratulauons to the new dty Of Bait Windsor which under tta new naau. will beeon<

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FOR THE PRICE OF

ace w as unclouded, h Ls hnUl'" abnoat benevolent. Be might have lieen Ihe head of aon* great charitable «g«»hlaaltea) avMvUig bis pimu for the prttaedan o( thla outoasu *l trav th* poalUoa." be lald at laat "BverythliiK 1> arranged so far as you art QflDeeraed. Donfela. You must be prejpved to leave here 10 five minutes. A car Is waiting for you now. As for the young lady. I shall offer her at any rate " temporary shelled "What, here? she demanded, with

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T.fl—Jirtt laaiMhU of dual ertaU la aaufan aa« tafltia &htf^htapered, "by laavUv leU OMM-aatUau Mefc ti slaMf* eMffaa. \<>ur place here and catddlv the Mflb^-avicai csst MtdmS in bin tm. tn.in for London that starts In vmd blue In a rangi? on roats seen to ^ix-h a marked 'deiwctnv minutes 1 will show you the of tone-s lighter than navy gree Li iJip "udden nse to imporwav to where the car is waiting. All bi-.i'thft' vnii will have to do i\ to deliver .suind.4 out as one of ttie surprise* tance lox. although It la a Irtt*!- in Bfrkelry -Square, nnd of the season In the city, especially shown more on exclusive modtis never ronie i.eB! i. j houAe a^ain." When a eoatume el this la pcaed than othcrwlae. th* (aahlonahl* black and Before dlamlsatng the subject of We looked ai oiip another for a against *^ _ ^^^^^ Wg^W ^^Ma4^Al Moe, It Is tntereathv 'to note that few seconds silence. Her tvra never left mlite, but U woiijd have *Ad. tharefore, nteeUent as a the most unusual eOects in milwto mare linery are the hats of blue In straw, Uken'a ctoWfr man than X to have s^tttna for Uw^ W °' inuBKa UPhat p wwfta rly there being a soft »heen to balitrawing la her buntl and baku. vlierean felLi in well brain. bright blue cfuii ^om with a ttie.-ie shade;, are inclined U) look If your unel* wttl not engage me " match either in felt or straw, very Mvid and Aharp In oulluie. H«t I said, "Ihat iR mv misfortune 'i ^^^^"^ " therefore being quite trying U. wear have accepted the la^k of watching ''"'^ "^"^ Yellow redA in frocks and matchhere until his vi.^;tor hais gone, and lighter or darker hue: the black ooat " with hat and dreaa of the gay bbie: ing hots are noted In numbcn at I must rarr\' it out "My unrlc ran look after himself," or a grey coat brightened with a bat smart luncheon places and durtaig She assured mr if hu and frock «( bhie, are vartous wajrs the laa hour. Plaldad chiffon la seen time has come, yuu would t>c ol very In which bhi* forms aU or part of in clover dreaaea after the manner indeed, And. it Is chic, of the costume the model sketched, with pleated Uttla help to hhn. It would be aU narrow pleating over before you ooifld get halfway especially when worn by the bru- tier skirt and acmas the room. WUl yon come?" nette or the woman with sliver hair. around the neck and wtIkLb. SufBcientlv new so that It may Quite difterent from the flat furs I not." I decided. turnli« mv back upon her. peering ihrouBii my spy-hole— "There Is and keen blue eyes. The man sank into the fixed chair There was a tome one coming into the room." wilh a little groan of relief hli face look of suCTeriiut in Appurniily she nax convinced of though he were ill, and he leaned ^'oii ll ha\ e tf look ii! ' dressf d in tilivnor.* lie declared U >he conciled to It trw hcfird the door reaiionable clothing, but hl.i hair wa.-s can I come with me, you U ii^'.r to roll smoothly back and the click of Itj* unkempt, his odlar crumpled, one of keep her safe. Vou know what fasienlag. I had no time to indtilee his shoe laces undone, t Judged that happened laat night?" in speoalatloas as to this strange he had come from aome adventure. "I know that you committed a happ«iliig,.for It was obvious that for thatr was an olr of eafaausUoo murder," Ittrtin Hews observed he espc«t
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BEST SAFEGUARDED h*v« Irom tune to tlnie drawn the tttaitkm of our reHlen to duiThere arc certain eonfttr attiMli.

We

occur, they which, when ulcen aa deflnlie waralnga

ditiofu

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sffld the pereoii ea*r.emed to hi* doetw without delay imere U a very dettnUe limit to the extent we may go In polnUng out Bu«h danger alfntli. becAuae there what the lay penon la limit to la a able to see.

and Ahoidit

Ttie trained enffim-w ran learn from the action anil ihf ffound of machlnrry whethtrr nr not It u

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ing were named aa members of Uudifferent committees lo carry out tha aporte prograoune and other ervnta to aoiiDo tbe snooeaa ot Ihe

Meade,

carrylna the Ocdlar Of the Order;

Major-Oeneral,

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camuniT the Oarter; the Earl of ini.l Ribnnri All iir iirrj uu: the (i^viiBf- uvtfi (SUir of the Order HJi.H 'i.r I'uke of aiouf»t«r, the eleventh t-arl of itie 'carry:nR ihi? uututiraphed letter and creation of the baronetcy hi 1639. one warrant. entered Oarter Mission When the for peer represenlailve He la a Scotland. «ie la an oOcer of the the room Hia Majesty was stAtuUng famous Slack Watch Regiment and in front of the TTirone He wore a with white has been lord-ln-waiung aince 1S26. Field Marshals uniform lackboots BeHe aerved dulng the entire Ave rtdinarhrbreecliea and Iruv datt. lo the left .itnod Adyeara of the Orcat War. wlnnin'^ rnral Su/ijk,l iir»nd Clutmberlain, the Military Oroei. mllUani' pniiclpal F;ii;iKTi>rs tluAnoUier outatandbig figure U Ai;f -nd one ur two household Major-Oeneral Sir Hugh Jamlcaon olficLais. On t!ie Entperora right DS.O. Aa atood Prince Chiohlba. Prince TakaEllea, K.CJM.a.. CB. commander of the Tank Corpa he matsu, Prince Kan-ln, Prince Fufame He won many shlml. PHnre Naabhnolo, Prlnof Hiachieved honOTR, bniiL; mrulP Ofhcrr dc la gasbl Kuni. iMnoe Raya and otfatr Legion ri HiMtncir m 1917. Officer Princes of (he Blood r^anir year, dC In C'lurcxUH- in When Hj> Ho\ a! HlKHnpsfl CJime "i^ H<- nlio up lo the Tlirone he hrst handed nnd Cnmmini.i" i"lx the Emperor an < imer niilr.KrHpli holds Ihf htf-i de Guerre aiL'l 'i..- ,-\:;i>tI. ;m DLs- (from King fle«nfe ;nu1 ihrii. in a ureal witii tlngiiinhrd Hi-rvire Medal. He waa clear deliberate voicr, colonel -coDimandant of the Ninth dignity, he read the addreaa inInfantry Brigade from 1B3S to 193S forming HU Majealy that -he was and brigadier of the genexal ataff. commanded to ask his acceptance BBStem Command, from 1M6 to of the highest dignity wtaklb U la 10M. Britannic Ma>eety's power to Herbert bssto«: ne.-»r Admiral the Hon aervtd Mfitdf, KN, CB.. nso., THB right, shows Bdward K. Armstrong, inventor, wltli » model of rtif flo.nin(t isLmd tnmp.irf.! in rhf with the Briti5!i nftvHi forcea off "Sire.— siie in^proportion of the occjn liner Majestii:. while hrlow is a plioioRiaph of a mini.jiijrp rnndfl mI ihr Helnolund Bight rho Battle Of "I have It In command from The Dogger Bank and 'the Battle of Kh^-Bmperor. my AugUAi Ma.Mer device F.ho«ring the complicated structure which will keep it aflrjat. This new invention in supr>osed to mIvc great problem of mnkiuR transatlantic flying comp-iratively safe, and Mr. Armstrc/nR'a idea is that eight Jutland. V^ther. to ask Yrur im- the ind Royal Prom 1918 to 1810 he was naval perial Majesty's accep'^ncc oi ihe of them ahould be placed in the Atlantic Ocran an sh.iwn on the map, lower left The defiled drawing, A.',»i.'tow He waa In command of HMA. l,.!b..: .... gain fnitii •-,ti r'. ,i* "I permit, myself to recall lo Your piilccd 'ip by her Royal partner. 4.784, Renown from 1931 to 1W3. and com- Imperlnl M;i|estv thi»i thf Order of Edwiircl ITI. who gallantly diverted Sf Onisll KNGI.Ir^II nOKOt Gil Ol MIKS CoUege at Naval Royal manded the pre-f nilnent above all the RitenMon of his guests from the the Oarier ABfeRnEEN AM) KINCARDINE LEEDS CENTRAL "lfl.-i hi-ii.se Dartmouth fram 1933 to 1D9&. In the British Order.-* ol Knighthood, lady by binding the blue band round KASTKRN In;.' liuii Conaer\'allve majorltv -.Sir Conservative to 1924 he acted aa naval having been Instituted aome alx een- bis knee, saying as be did so, "Hont Charles WlLson 'C> Ih.'iblS. Hoy. K mfljorUv a,6Kl>-'R Boothby who thinks evil of this." Landa iL> 5.007. Labor gain from 10,110. Unchanged. of the Mt!ditemacan fleet from the King aa Soveittlffa of the Order, ABERDEEN AND KINOARDINB Consen'Btivftf.. 1936 to 1938. the Prince of Wales, and twenty-four CENTRAL (lost house. Conservative atJt'THAMPTON (21 "la^t hOUse. CONFKBS INBIGNU majority 1.491 i—'R w. Smith iCt Knights, to which number the orCoiLs«rv.iiive majority 8ii20)— Lord 10.773: A r Macimoah iLabt 4 5?7; His Rnval HiRlinnw wait delegated dinary memt>er.ihip of the Order has Thu-lestane (O 'Cs^it. A. S. C. j P. MiMMii 9.540. Unchanned. by his fathrr t;. roiili'.- the Insignia ever since been restricted. Reid (C> 36.801; T Lewis tlAbt LINLITHGOW. Scotland 'Ihm "Your Imperial Majesty will also of the Ordr-f <)( 'Ji'' OariiT u[mn the 33,249: R. Mnrlev : i:iiij'i:-i':v ( >ii his amval be rtwarc that it has been ihe rvw5.!"fii Empensr itl H. Whltfhon.'e '1,* 1-6H8, A. Lams^^rtan BaUlie «Ct 11J4I. 'E. Shiiiin Toklo hart>or on Mity 2 aboard tom. in addition, to confer the dlRley (Li I2,8:f'i t.vo i.ftbor galas weU (Lab) IMSa; J. P. Or? (Li H.MA. auffolfc he was given the ni^.' o! t!,f Order tip:)n thope Em- Third Day's Ust Fmbrarrs NUflSber from Con.-.rr^a'Uf.'^^ Onchanged. 5.733. Royal salute from a battery of peror.*;. Kins-t n nd Princes whom t.NGLIbU COUNTUfi or Pnlls In All ParU ol WBBTKRN ISLES ilnvemeas) twenty-one guna and officially wel- the King of England desires specialCireat Britain NORTH WICB, Cbeehlre (last I taut house. Liberal majority S.161>— comed by Prince Chlchibu. ly to tionor for particular reaaona house. Conser\-atlve majority 2.B15) Capt. Ian Moffat Pender 3,&tP: Prince Chlchibu eaeorted Prinoe of fhendablp. In such fashion the iCt J. M. McOlarmld uiniga&eki Palace, where he was by King Oeorge upon Your ImperUl In the universities*, which are usu- 15.477; Mrs. Barbara Oould iLab> Ramsjiy .L' 4.«07, Unchanged. Tfn-r Perth and Kinross! 'last a siiesst during his vtslt to Toklo. Majesty's UluAtrlous Father, the Em- ally delayed, remain to come In from 16.473: J. o. Barlow (L> .Members of Prtnre Henry * sujte peror TaLiho Tenno; a^ earlier they the complete Int of pnltlncs In the changed. hc^ti-se. ConservaUi-e majority 5.034 CAMBOR-VE CornwaU 'last house, -"A N. Skelton (Ct 14,330; Mrs The Earl of Airhe. \LC Reur had In like manner been conferred Bnu.h i::rrrlfin iniblt>h<'ri in The flre the^p Herbert Two of arc the Honorable in Constltutlonalut majority z.iiO' Admiral the Helm Oault. iLabi 8.39]' F Nnrieby King Edward VII upon your Colonist, DB.O.: Major-Oeneral lllustrimis Orandfattaer the Bn- North of Scotland, and aiSe uaually "Oapt, A.H.MoRtng iC>10.i4r>, John Miller -L- I3,fii>s Meade. Unchanged several days late owing to Uie scat- Sharman fLi 7*Ko; Ri. Hon. Sir Hugh EUea, ICC.M.a., D.S.O.; peror Meijl Tenno. Lcif Caithness and sittherMr Uoyd niomaa; Captain Howard "Thus It befall* that I now have tered areas and Islands emoraoed tai Jones (D 11.178; Oarah Robaru tx» LAND. Scotland (last bouse. Liberal 1,070. Liberal gain fhm OoMtSfeu- unopposed)—J. A. L. L^uncan -o Kerr. 03.B. the honor to sund before Your im- the constituencies. AU the way (rum the ataUon to perial Maiesty, empowered by my One BigllBb county seat, that ot donalist. 3.041; 'Sir Archibald Sindaig iL) BONITON. Devon tost house. 11.463; KastrnilgaeeU the roate was lined Oman (Lab) 1,71L UnRoyal Father lo invest you with tlw Rugby. Is delayed In poUlng owing Ooiuwrvatlvo majority 3.770 >— 'Major choneed. with troops, who held bock the vast insignia of this anelent and ACoat to the opportunity to nomlnale a Sir CUve Morrison Bell tC> 17,911; crowd that had i.urne ie,3&3: O. DavlM houw. Liberal majorliy 4,005i -D N come Uie Prince on hu first vUttt cept them as a signal mark of the Yates, who died betwee n nomina- (Lab) BIS. OtaBhanged. Prince Henry's vi*lt to u. .Jai»n Mackay 9.738. Unchanged. EAST BELFAST last house, Conpresented IVlnce Tafcamatau. Prince BORWORTH. L.McevI< r ilast hou.lC, rpTvatlve unopposed '—'Capt. the Rt Kan-ln and othrr member* ot the Liberal nifijunly y. L, Elborn Hon i<> Pnnce H. Dixon ic> a7.te5; Jftpanwie Royal Family Ire(C' B.861; J. Minto 'L^tit 15.344; land iL) 9,230 Unchanged Henry. Prince Chlchibu presented 'Sir WUiiam Edge (L) 17M4. UnSanin Tanaka and members, of the NORTH uri.fast iJaat house. changed. Cabinet. His Royal HlghneeA preCon.«tTVRl Ut inajf-n'y .12,990 >—T MELTON. Leicester Hast house, somermci -c sented the membeift of hia anlte to r> Wil...:;n ttw Smperor. 'Local OpLlon. 6«)0 Henderson S™^")i?"*A^2I?**-^*''-'W^ Everard iQ) U,707; A. E. SluUw ilndi 10,90D Shortly after the. Duke of Glourn.-;-..ij-.xfd,
On tlif Prince's Rlaff Tli>' rtiatmRulthert mrn

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secreof the royal tary to (be Order of the Oarter, yesterday, neva eanytnc the Address; Captain L. H. Kerr, equerry to the Duke of Olouoeeter. carrying tlte Bat and

brought of the contemplated of Prinoe Takamatm. younger brother ol Anperor Hlrohiio, ai Japan, to Sngland. The vuut of Prince Takamatsu will correspond wllh tlir Duke of Qlouceater s vu't tl) Ickio

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VISIT

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SPIXIAL

Vlacount Okabe, depnty gfaad the Turner VaOcy oil Mtfe. Bb la Inaater of oeremoolaB, gnetod fHnee arheduled to arrive tn Wtontpeg en Benry on hia antral at the ImpeJun« 18, and Toronto on June 30. rial Palace to confer the tumor ot Order of Ihe Garter on t!..- MnWhile In the Xait Prtoce Henry the peror Hiir' r JI.v- .L-hi «r,t;if! rr,ii.-.UT wia meet Lord WlHta^doo. Oovof ter'-ii;i(THns ji.i mi ,p.ir'.,'-'.l 'li'' p-n'T fJeneral rrf Canada. Lady

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prise rommlttee mr and Mm. Walluce, Mrs Osboni. Mr:

Appleby

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Mr

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spurr; judRt^i. Mcas^^

Campion, Braden. Dobbs, O Y Simpson; staner.s. Messrs Lvnn Ungfaa Bates; refreshment t>ootti Mesdamas Bolmea. Ptsher. street, Balsa; No. i wbeel. Mr. and Mrs. Spaite: No. 3 wheel. Mesdames Willouirhbv and Mansm: Na 1 loe creajT) uiid CLindv Mi'Adamca Darcus. Todd. RoliertJi, White, No Irr 3 cream and candy. Mf-sdamet. Ma«Queen. Lyim. Lawne, Gale: fortunf telling, Pea^ham: tombol^. Mrs

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Mrv. Spurr; chairmen. Col- A. W. Woods. W. O. Wallace and F. Osborn; distribution of prizes, Mes-

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periodic health eumlngUoD. which m(wn.i that regularly once a hu; docyear llic IniUvldtul sr-cr. lor ff'T .1 cotnplotr rxuminiilion, promtV'l pracftcjl mc^n^ of \\iU:. which ue luiow to detect these early hvalUi PertodK danger algnala. examination brtaga roedkal skUl to act when It haa tht moet to offer.

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trtatment li U» grcalait advaidaca U|aft pnratlve medicine haa aarly treatment will to offer. Bfcrly

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OUTSTANDING ARTISTS TO APPEAR SHORTLY

Unchanged.

10,148,

'Kent) (lost bouae. ConicrvaUve majority 4.441)—-L j. nnd Ml« Albeiy iC> 14444: W. J. Rumpbrey Ue>L-G«vcmor Minifter. Rt. Hon. Winston Churchill, Is here (Lab) 1SJ71: kemlr Lend r.i(run.Lcr ui T.VA. J. Kenhaw (L) 4J30. by Uavid Wii.ion in the role of national hoaackeepcr. Unchanced. C-ODoert nn June IZ much-ilattencd and rather glum Ire/kin); John Bull he is running PfcTfRlTH AND C O (• K E RChe vacuimi cleaner o( the budget lo collect (Utby lucre in the form ot MCiin*H, Cumberland Under the dl^tin^nii.shed patTDOlast hou-se, Ccn.ier^ative majority 9.0i7'-'A f* iige of Hi. H 'lio' 'Ji'' L.ruienanttagea lor the eapacloua BMduNmar feMputcle. K Dlxey (C> lO^fiOd; A. Oodd iLabf novpinor and Ml-vi M«ck"n.je, (3ett4.073; A, Bolgat* iLi 8,7S0. Un- er;een thr erative, ilnd qualllie'. -ih. I; Independent, iLab) Conaervatlve majority 3>10»— 'Cap-- and Mrs Pooley. the Mayor of Vicpurpo'-e o( rtin Most Noble order Labor: rovincLai Chapter oC ut; >Prt)hib.) Prablbttlonlst; iRapJ to maintain and perpetuate." nays (D. Defemd owing to dcalhi the I.OD.S.. cn the night of June IS The Emperor replied In a few #en- Republics n. of Mr. Yateg flAborl. a musical recital will be given at tencea lit which he expressed hi* '—Indicates the candidal* repreKETTERZHO, ll Iham igi flaitltbe Bnpreas Hotel under tbe ausgratuicauon In accepting the Oarter sented the same mnsuuimey In the house. ConservaUfb mijontv i.2it> pioes of ibc tuberculous veterans' and expressed heartfelt wishes for last Parliament —Col. John Brown (C> 15 4>,-, p section ol tbe crsnadian LagloD. in of King the speedy rastoratkn z—Zndlcates the candidate sat for Peiry (Lab) lUM; C. 8. Newcasiiej rhj of H« funds The premier arUsi Oeorge to health. Thtti followed another oonstltMDey IMti- Labor gain rnn OonHrv-, i>r Prancu Ann9tn?n« ihe weU(L) hi the iMl the ttivesUture of the OMlcr. Parliament icnf" nwt. assisted by Ethel Tbm Order of the Oarter, bestowed WELSH f 01 NTIKK Ha Rosfi. soprAn,:i Ad'i-N..l i;,,. And rrtuma nupon Che ftnperor by Prince Henry. BRrX^< 'N ANIi RAr)N"'')R Walt s M>i^ 'i' J-' «"i*ao. RusStao piStUsL. U Ihe olde.1t and innet Illustrious period vr I'-rii. drr .! 'last h " 'oil-.' r i'>t V I.ONDON ROROI OHS order, of kniahthood In the world r-T. A. UArcy Hail C pounded by Edward TTt iLa hUtorj' I.'^LINOTON NORTH. Lrndt-n a,«Ot-*t;apL covc'ft six ceniurif last lioii.se Conwrvatlve majority I4JS4; Pelar fftaeman il«bi 14311; The nvibir meetmg of iMo I4.1B3. 0«aasn-Jon«(L» The exact year of Its foundatloD Is J.IOOi— Gordon 'I'ouche 1^207^ lands Parent -Tea Cher AsBoetstion La»wr »»ln fwrni ConswraUves. unknown bafsaae Ita records prior Robert Young i^b' ifii:: CARDIGAN. Wales (laat howe. wUJ be held ttimorrov al 0 p m in to 14*1 haTO pgrubod. Then Is evi- Onafleld 'L> 10.210 Labvr gain Liberal imoppoaed t—Col. E C- L the auditorium or tJi'- v-hool After dence, however, in the accounts of from ConaervaUvas. td IM9I. -R H Mor- s f.horr tm/iiieM '.e^^mn a siXlai the Prince of Wales for 1341 of a aAMMERSMITH SOUTH (Lon- PUcwlUlama :ime «-i:i lir ^{>e^^ ir. liid.na gsmes rf! 'h> 17 137 Unrhanged /irt of *^ garters to tbe KalgMa of don) (laat bousa, Oooaemave ma.ill be given, SV )N' T' tuMERY. Wale.% loAl Inr wh^n ^:t,...' ,.: he Society of tha Oarter." and then jority 3 J15K-Eta> John niiiiaon tCi house. Liberal majority 10.;mB> •nd infnrinai dain.ji^ Music for gnofi evidence tor baUevIng that 13418; Dan Ghaiar (Labi IS.ISO: Capt J. Naylor 'C> 10.651, J t he dancing wlU be supUed by a the Order waa founded in 1346 Gape J. J. Davlga rt,} g,7M tTn-'Rvana n 'Sir H^nrv .IndLi^on fM. Price ox A. u. (Uuirch ^ Jenkins tLab/ Maj. Owilymjla bopad for.

used iwadache very

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^Every Route a Scenic One^

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when

iiTM-

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or nctiyou wilt not Icnnw its ftiecfn.— Try ii^injj

W

For the inc the U'ivinf;

Or use

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u a gar^ for

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rr throat or trmsiliHu. Then .vnu'll rralirp why millions of liters

ticpcml

on

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Lavt^nn

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480-

<

MIDDLETON AND PRESTWICH

(Lan.-A»

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romj.tlv .Tmi tomjOcteh'

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nte)orlly

1

Unrfuuiaed Bird 'Ci ie.5S»; J. P. Davlcs 13330 house. Independent mainly 389 Unrriniittcd Sir John OObert tct 3.179: W.

ORAVESEND

and

Un-

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.s

Willliini.

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BUllng itndi

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CAMBRIDGE UNlVEBSmT

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184

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a

the

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n,^^\l'^,rl''\'i^J^'^ M AdnmARMAOH COUNTY. Northern

Rev. a.

Unchanged.

7,3gl.

company accustomed to CMnadi.ui Mrdicii! inuii'~'''''<'l .'plrndid ceremonial, HRH. Uie CollPge titreet. Toronto, vill br nn.swcred pgEMO* Duke ot aiouoeater on May 3 Invested H.IJi. the ftnperor with the ally by coircrpunrtf ru'Insignia of tha Order of the darter. The ceremony took place In the } rtrran's i.orncr Throne Room of the Imperial Palace In the presence of the moat A mefinut "I ihr fxeriiUve nf thr eicnltrti and dlsilnguiahed person nrit.mnin Bniin h, B.ES L., will In- «nes nf the Japanese Empire lield tomorrow iilglil. at 7 JO o clix-K, .shorilv lifter it wa* over the EmIn Che clubrotuna. ppmr vnited the Duke nt Gloucester , On TUeaday a general meeting of al Kami m tit M.^rkl Palvce. and with the branch will be held, at 8 o'ciix-k. hia own handn placed «n his neck In the club quartern, when the delp- the golden collar, or chain, of the galea' reports from thr Chllliwnck Order of the Chrysanthemum. Ja'•onvenUon will be read pans highest order of chivalry. to

.

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practically

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THE UAILY COLON IST, VICTORIA, B.C

WmV, JtXE

SL

13

2.

{ChmtlmimFimmt

SeMmMtGolf

FRANK O'DiL

Vancouver Island AT PARKSVILU

Give nvB CwteeH roURTBWAV, Hay SO. — On

DMrlrt Kvrnts

on

h*Id

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WAS

fl.iv

t."ii:iiiivrh»ni

'lie

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rhil^lren frtim CJUiUl-

niui-<1»,y

,u>

ri

i-tiliih'

bv

Who was broHgM back

an en-

fur

cuin Beurh, Harluit'llU-, SimngliOU. eore lor Uk oaraM pb^tag: Rank oooHita^ HUtes, Majioom aad mafcti and Dontflas togUs, vloun Duhwood JBdmlB tbt eon- solos; highland dancing by Sadie TYotter. liargant Brown and ifiuy twtonU. lbs Oourtenay QMS* The «nnr cop Tor the boy win Kt«wart. n!n^ thf mnet potnl.' wiui won bv Chntr, under the dirM-':i.ri f»f Mrs



.ilKf

'llic

jKriiiUi.

was won by

f

!':

I'lVi:

iKJinLs

ftJijrtccii

iilr'.t

ii

v

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li

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mi

oM

Oltdjv oook

U WW

wu

tied for the dloeovrrM. Imw-

CO^.

ImHiK

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tbftk

pMil

In thrve evenu in

Oladya had

down

pn'n'fl

M

Ui''

berland

Final

w^taj

h*-r

wwu -

C.

-1.

lintton 50 yardB, gtrliu -Uiiicr fj-ven— 1, D. ficlgteshaw; a, K. MorrL on: 3, K. Omit,

;mfd^ boyL onder

60

dsh^l,

S.

Ml*

I

hi

J

-

irn

rii/'id

[»\*Uva],

rTiu.-.li~i*i

t

fflVf-n

i'-

Cup t.i

.

BTlrU' .

Cumberland

relay

publi

won

Cimiberl.'iiid

section.

!

NANAIMO. June

whir.''.

1

P.'T.A,

The points

gain'^i

b;.

the Mid-

Tlie dle and South Ward Brh-T^li! artists for ibr iiif.fnioon were Mrs. Ornv and Mrs. DrysW,

W. Wt; Dunng

the altemcwn, Qneen Betty and her attendants. Lorraine

wnuaaan and Wtnnla VtaMr, presented Mn. R T. WDMn with a

<

rri»x

B«'vun.

ix^intA,

pointji

7J pr.inis; 15 points;

3.

yardA. slrls. under

)

Taylor;

3.

i^-n 1. G. o. UritfUiihaw.

Joumod mttl

BeiUMiiliwi.

ComHenay CriekM GOCmnNAT. May 31. -A very

eleven— 1,

I."!'

WHh

Match \rr....R'
3. F. Baas. CUMBSBL4JCD. JUno 1. The 100 yards, golM, iindw eleren— 1, J. a. O. Ootitu; S. A. BnUttL en)Qyabie porting cricket Cumbtiland crldieten meet a team Chemalnus on Bunday at 100 TBrda. boya. under thtrtwp^ iklflh. altlMagh sntwfaat one- from a. J. Brittoa; V. at0. aUsd. «ag. played on Wednesday Cumbariand, and the following have im yards. Kirl%_usdtf thirteen afternoon, when members of the been ehoaen to represent Uie home 1. H. cook; 1. OttAnr: 8. courtenay Cricket Olub were bosu learn: J^ L. Brown <;ar:am). J. BemBrd j Vemoskto a team oompoeed of some of the Idlcns ( Tloe-captain 10(1 \-i.ri].',, boyri, ondrr nft


and

rord;

R.

Mul:

k



<

&

WM

iiiiitch pUypd, lire Rwairmm; the ion vardK, irlriii, under flflmn 1. appeamnre of a really Kood pitch. H rnok; a,- J. Robertson. owlniT to the rfTorts and ro-npmOook: 100 yurda bo>'ti, opeifr—1, O. Rush- Uon of thp club and the city auloit; 3, D. Harrlno; 9, R. Cook. thorities. Mosdunee Oftllgway and lOO yanU, fflrle. .open—1. B. Ry- MeMonnle.1.' asaletad pr wUUng lands; a. T. HarriAm: "3. R. BaUey. hetpera, served noai rolMtttaB tea aao-yud relmy. bo^v-l. F. Baaa, under the maples during the interra! n Thwmltes. J. nrlMoR. A. trnkvi The Rcoras follow: 2. A. Norrtt; J. Otto, Hskll. P. CLCB



J.

OOCRTENAT OBiCUCT

.'(indji,

jao-yard relay. rM.'*-!, a. Smith. P. flUlL run out J. Ford. B Wrt(ht; 2. B. A. Reaaker. b praid •'.I'l iitf, p. Sandera, J. Tiylor, J. W. InglU. b Prain

-,

,

'

Uilhi.

.

.

.

«40.]PBrtf-filiy.

a ^^M*tad

j.

tt.

B. IftilBwinles.

o.

I*.

BouidUlan. run

M. Waldle and Myra. yard* sack rnre— i. J Dais; 2. 3, B. NcLson. BO yarda aadc race— l. B- Cook. 3. J Taylor: 3, M. BaUey. 50 yardi sack raoa, boya under 16 —1. J. Robbtni; a, P. Beultborpe; 3,

V.<

i*nr1

r.uy. R. Bowie.

is

will

ftltrmoon.

scheduled to start at continue until 4 In ArTaniiem''nt* an?

played early In August.

Nanalmo

wUi be up on JUne SO and

will stay I,

when

4 Ooartanny.

«dL».

3. J. Fbmatcr, O. Kin- R. Orier. b Prain P. W. TuU. c and b Bowla kade. J. McNeill and P. MoiTaa 440 -yard relay, vtrla— t. B. Ry- A. B. Dundas. b Bowie iandi. 8. Bernard, T. Karrlaon and Btuart Wood, run out P Thwalte«; 3, R. BaUey. V. Poiu- J. Andrews, not out

Donovan;

1 I

Died at Narudmo

0

>;anaimo.

3

n

m^rniiii:

j'iiK'

l-'ranct*

TMtotfv

!

Paulkner

't-ranX'

wi fDijrir] dead in hli cn'jln l;i the rear of the Lotus Ho'--l. dentli aptt parently due to natural iriau::^'.^ Mr. Paulkner w.'w « r.AiUr if irr-

ford, fiO

Tot*l (or nine wtckets Innings declared.

P. Bala:

1,

The game 10

iJie

in hand for a game with Courlenay on June 9, and on June 16 .the Oowlchan team wU pay a vMt to Cumberland, a return game to be

a It is expected a oooAtned turn of 0 Cumberland nnd Courtenay will play is the strong Nanalmo eleven as & at feature of the July l celebntkm at

w. oaUowky, b nunaa.

P.

.

,

bd9»^L

ton. D. HftntoOD. B. LMUtejr

Carney. O.

over until the night of July

4

,,

P Mickey.

Und. aged

BU8INE88 MITTS Zl

ro.-ty-Qvf

re-

;

th Nanalmo tor tiiv p&it. nine S sided y«us. He was a veteran of the . a b GUIs 3 Warld War. He is survived by two Innlls. b Ellis 0 biuttun, John Paulkner, and one brother MMldlng tn the SUtes; also Hopkins, b MrMonnlea. 10 one Al5ter residing In Ireland. Be J. Homlqr. c McHonniea. b Ellia 0 had apparehUy enjoyed fairly good 1 F Jcnninc;!.. 2 F 11iru.ll; 3, P. A. Galloway, b Andrews health lately and on the 34th of J. Avent, b Andrews Jnrv!.May carried oil flrat prise for the B. P. numtaa, b EUg uo va^(1^ sack race, fids under 9-^ best nstkmal character, being B. Htighes, b aot L\^-)fi %. m, niatfliMrt s, p. ; to Alptne costume.

Donovan. SO yard! OMk nmi |Mi aad* ll —1, p. ThwBltea; a. B. Oumiv; 3. V. Davis 50 yards sack rare, boys under tt— J.

J,

b Andrews Pram, run out

I.

J.

P. OarKie.

R J Scire, R Bowi" (

-

-

take joQt every coBsfbvtit

1

nw

-

and

step* in aeae



ILS

k nt

!

Distinguished h\

iinlv

linrfi

I 'eagne regular, arcotrllng to averages issued toinrlud

day

iinf!

init

y.inK"

1

:

Wediwfldaj

-ni.irl

hy

(ifsipriis,

b^aulT

jin
.

,

"Ov^T"

.

a bati:>t^'iiig fteubc of

v(ni

being individualistic.

j.i.-t

Hl^

heavy stlcMng has played a big

of pra< r

Slvl'^H pivr

We

'

are ready to s^ii^ you ... to

h) keeptng the

help you step-out with foil ooaidenee

(rf

Jn

wCa im

"

100 yards, boyi.. undt-r BrtUon. 2. B. Toplinc;

I

II '.i

thf-

PhUUss at the u
CUMBERLANDCRICKET

7

i

'

^L>V

i|

l.'l

or better percentage mark for a Nattonal

35 Ruysiun.

Sehocd seetlon. Cumberland obtalQBd T7 polBt^ Oourt*nay 75 polnti, IMttm 19 potets. Hie vary wen eonduotad and raflected great credit on the oooomlttce nf trarhem. headed by Mr. O. Apps. principal of CumIn the

r.:>

M

nith

.400

M Into,

mgb

I

l

1' .1

a::^,.

Uie various

and Union Bay S points.

!;

r'<-r .1

W

pomt--^,

[)

?'ere

trarhrr.'i of

ooa*

. • .

Philjulc'plila

l(i "I

were <'Mrnbef^nnd schoob, point.s; .'•nore, and Courtrnnv <.«i ^' uiKs: Tsolum, 4t

schools -^The closing juniors

^'""^.5

!'*>r'r'

sented to the

• • .

•dovs of foot $ma:rtne$$

awarenaas tkai "ONYX*' Shoes will

'

tti"

ifi'- bdOdi ol Cuukt:a«lts' Cup. Mmto. Mr. A. W rnuru-aa^ ytxn%(ML MelU's Onp. and Ooomk the Masonic Oup. Senior IkrU* yelky eup. won by Cumberland. Junior gtrl*' relay by Courlenay. and the enp, wen ^fsgion Held football cup won bv Cumberland.

inu-rvitlfv

meeting of the Parent-'Haacher A-s.'r.r_latlon t-ook Tiie form of an afternoon ten yestrrdav Rftrrnoon, dur-

'S1SP-0VT** witk ooofidenoe

r

silver nugreed rase In appncdatlon of her efforts In conneetlon with under elflltt—l*-P. the May Qneen. Mra. M. WUkin- Honry Wm.r.n » 'rrfl.ary. and ilf-irlct. SandcTft. 2. B. Dklg: 3. N. Tbatclwr. •on won the beautifully embroid- o'.tiT l^.-UL tif ( 'ti iictounl of tran.'.pnr'a'lnn dlfflered lowel donated by Mrs. Bro«:i TiO yardB. boys, under nine— 1. F. ultJBf, fJanalmo did not send any A commit t*'* was apfxilnted ui Tl)r»U: 2, H. Bailey: 3. O. DftvU. entries ta ViA yoR jrvdA, fflTU, under ntDe—l. O. clLipoee of thp group of "Clood WUI doUa, which iMa Vanwun prUe In Cook; a. P. Bailey; 3. W. Hlntt couver. t/Da Pipfrs rtato won the 7!> yanU. boys, under f*^: attendaooe prise. The meeting adnritirtn; H. Ortnld; 3, D. Sawyer C'ii, 2. J.

WOP

KBW

vard-i. (rtrla.

fiO

JlkMlt FOXX T0P IN AMEBICAN

.

'•'i-ih

11'

Grimetj

Upper liilaiiil ftcJiuul HiortS bald today al Cumberluud proved to be very keenly owttasfd with entries VORK, .tu:,- I Pi-jink from the Cu m berland schools having OT)oilI. 'hr ip:(>riri.- (jo ii,ui-h b'-'r. wuli The sports started at noon and eonbat, now Uiut Vj' ttnoed until 6 lo the evening. has tnuslerrf^i Cupa were woo as foUows: Blgh Ms main heud sdiool lAiamplons, Cumberland, winq n ar t e rs from ners of Tlie Victoria Daily CoIonlsT rMi- polo grourwls

luni

By Nmudmo

under

'o ny'sit

bogv. uoder

vii.rd«,

NftiiatHio

N.tnain''i

ing];

5.0

wi.;i-ti

"rnh>-,

rciKltT'cl

selrctloti,.-,

>*r>

i)'-<-r)

ih<'

nln« clMS.' th'j brrmalit

ii ar.

1.— The

June

ri'MBFrRLAND,

iii

urcifiuiii

National

Rurlci|jb

Second

rieee

^,].,.

.i'

'l/cn.i'.:!

Jack

League

Best Chucker

hssis

I'l'^ir

.iiiti

iibi-

tTiJiiUiri-d

Krt'ally

m

Mark of .422

Mr Paatts «f vp-

chlJ-

'll,--

i'i"!t:hi

rd.ik

!.

i'lif

was

;!if>:;i

Has

Outfielder of PhiDies

SPORTS

IN

of

pu|;Lls

.sitiinil.s .1-

.''tiiiHi';

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Babe and Thifvw" was presenled

i-iirty

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Mr." .fiiiir

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CUMBULAIillAS

nurwiay evening "All

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ian mnd Pu» TbtnUIn Win Caps In QiwUeam

PARKS\T1.1.K UCOeuful N'liixil

HiniNGRACE

Cumberland FupiU

StHOIH SPORTS

STILL LEADING

that

yon hare • •

a smart, comfortahle

eonevUy

fitted*

m

ABE MITCHELL

teammate. Prank Phaofi. has hit

seventeen doubles to lead. Uoyd "Uamsam. June 1.— Abe MltcheU Waner. of PiUaburgh. seta the pace won the tUrty-slx-hole medal comIn triples with six. and Melrtn Ott, petlUon opening the new Selsdrn of New York In home runs wfth Pa^k geU eoQVBe witto a thfert^'^lv*' eleven. Ott alrrf> wa* tied with Ltw hole score of 145. Ed Dudley. Araerta«hrlg. of the Yankeffi. for the In- can pro, scored a aenaational 86 on terleague home-run ut> Kifcl Cuy- hia fiocond round, but had uAed 80 ler. of ChlcaKo trio l;ir?fst lolal in negotiating the flr.'^i eighteen. of Btp.. Dudley's thlrty-alx-bole score of Mii Rave him Bcoond place. wtUlc BKIMI.>. I. I ADS lit Rl.t R.S Jotinny y^rrcU was third with a Burleigh Cirlmes. nT

PuUburgh.

eonUnuBB u-> i.fifi the pitcher*. He has won einht i.-.,rtii'.-. nnd Iflat none, addition U.) aik\\i\f, srvpral olhTrt for which he can recfivc n-ir in the records. Onmee has workti^i eighty-three innlnga in eleven contestis aeven of which have been ooniplelt games. He leads in both

m

count

fl(

Phono 1232

Yates Street

147.

Uhlfl Dudley

made a new

with his Boore of 6s,

1

Maynard's Shoe Store t}49

OB,

iwoord the reoogd was

OS

Wde tqr J. imy.

man, who

Iwl^d us 11 first ba.ieAeaw>n, rt-placr^ Hill of the chicaro White 8ox. Umlngs and full games. Ouy Bush, Kamm. as American Leatrue batting leader of Chicago, has won five frames and waefc of SylveBtw JDhncon, of St.. Louts, at the end of the play. aoconUng to unoRtalal figures with the Willi* Sox. WEIGHT ISNT EV^EBTTHINO Dob Orove lour, without a defeat for either. yeotarday. of the AthleUcs. participated in Ervm Brame. of Pittsburgh. CU.=* Poxx added forty>three points to ogily a part of one game and his While weight Is an Important faeDudley, nf Hn.'Okivn Harnld Haid. hla average Uurtng the week, nnd mack waa atattonary at six vtotones of St. I>>ui'-, iind Klmrr Heam, of tor In the prtae ring. It isn't everyhis teammate. Mickey Cochrane, kttd ono dafSat Orove still topped Boston, com piei* Uie undefeated tlune, accordmg to a rrcont issue picked another thirty -eixht the etrlke-out list with flfty-lhrrr up etrels. Jaasa Hatnas, of (! l-ight Stories M-igaxlne m. liouls. points to go lnt4) .second place with Rip There Collma. (if 81. IxHiut, and 1*101. five rletoffta and oiw revwaa, B the dropped twenty-mne Ri nirir'-l. of Philadelphia, oach won (kiT many notable examples of flght383 Karum hlghoot ranktot dsfaatad pitcher points and iillp^Ted to third place our during the week lor marks of era qnttlng their owonatita anyPonowlng ODottl In the individual with a mark of .1fl6, Other leaders •d\if^ trliirnphs where ftom ten to tfigr or more and no defeats. betting table are these regulnr-* /.inilOfion. Cleveland. J6i»u Nario.St [ u j.^ on t In ued to lead tn poundi. and wlnalnv ta vtto of this Hendrick. Brooklyn. Jd4; High, Kky. Boston. tremendous hamhnap. PothergtU. De- t«am tlelding with an avenge of .357; St Louis. .382; Rtei^ienson. Chicago. OocurreticeB of thti natufo won troit. SAl; Manuah. St. Louis. .355; .975 and the Senators malnad In J70; cuylpr. Chicago. .367; Prlsoh. frequent In the old lMr»4Dauekla Johnson. X>efin)tt. Ji7; Dk±ey. second place with .076. 8t Louts. .395; Herman. Brooklyn. Tom Johnson gave away New Todc J49; aoBrlnsw. XMmtt^ rvatk Hew Toric 34; lodl- days. .3fi4; Klein. Phlladelplila, J5&; PrlJ41: Akiander, Datntfc, Ml. Hdnal taona runs, aahrlt. Mew thlrty-atx pounds to Isaac Perrtns berg, Philadelphia, 363, and 'ivrrv In their mamorlal batUe for the York. doublf^ 11; Alexander, DeDatnlt BtUe found the ptteUnt n New York. J4fi Championship of England back Id troit. 17; tripl-v n;ii iiOB to trrab the lend in thr batted in. Rininu>n« !'t il.i/liOpla.t, Is tweUth. behind Walker, of CinThe famous irusix butt UiK Rot h "( t hf lf>aiden 43; runs srorM, Oehnngfr, I>rtrolt. weighing 154. in 1007. cinnati, who has Bendlgo spotted Deaf Burfca twentyhavp ^Ix mer^ :ti f^-St; team Pi*^." Chiliulelphla and Vfp FoUowlng the PhUUes the team tmlt, 332. opponent* nin?. Phlla- two poundi, but won iiaiiaHtiiloas batting table are the Cubs, who have VHLE .^Tri.L I SB EATEN Tool eaytn wolidwd only iMponndt dfl^ibak ?M. a single point mora ttian the iht league bad yet Other clubs when he fought and Ueked Pirates can show, Tbe Ouba lead in to defeat old Oeorve Uhle. of the Perry, known far and wide as the TO team fielding with .974. two points TlgeTK The vp^ran nfiht-hiuider "^ptoD Slasher." who weighed 303 more than the Oianta have. The was forced to pitch twenly-rune inAn nt'ra'tlve little clubhouse, pounds. This was tn 1067. PhUlles are third with .070. nings 'U L-amcfi, but he won will; K\ mnn.imm, lounge and writIn 1U3 Jem Maoe flucceasfttDy deAMBBICAN LBAGim them both and raised his mark to ing room, has twen built for in fended tbe championship of Rnglsnd June 1.—Tt^ipUw the nine straight. For the nnt time caddlea by Itaa Lenox HUIs Oolf against Tom King, allho4iKh h'- y on .rushing Philadelphia Athletics of ttw seaaon Uhle required help Club of LOBS Xdand. Hie bays pay out-welglied twenty-two pounds. with an average of .tat. Jimmy when ha was r^ved after the VI a year dues and have ttaa use »r Corbett was oonaUerabty ootweighed Root. Oonnla Maok^ woIe* twontwti InnlBB o< tao lont kibio IBo ooono OB UoBdnyi. when he defcalod tbo great 8ul

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thlns.

exlit lodOST.

NBW BBOOr

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)ust as Pttatfmmonf wax 00 • wilffhed when he licked Ccbrt PltMtounene was noted ftr taking on WtVH^ men and handtog them a aouBO thrashing. tike original Jkck Daogfaay, "Tiao Nonpareil." was another snob. And we mustn't forget the enormous dlscrspaney welghta tntween WUlard and Jack Jack n-eiiched only 1ST Dempsey. to WUlard's 338 All of which brings us back to the

WUUam

CADDm

Robert Noebltt. of Kent. Ci-nn., shooting over the 100-yard range 10 re-entry matoh at Sea Olrt. N.J., a now werld-B nnallloooi d wltb a gtor* of tawntytwo oonsoeottvo btfhi sjes. The prevlons record was net three years M>^^iu1ty, of Washingago by R. ton, who aeored fifty straight bulK

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T'h'' monthly meeting of thf Bast ww. heJd St Rwglcy on Thursday nUfhf Mr. Arthur MortoQ gave an informative Threr-lriTirfd raoe, grlrla under IB 8tD?flBT~V.prMEETING talk on aheep to the members who —1, P. Thwait#>!n and B Bernard; a, have sheep. The secretary produced Waldie and J HnbertfiOii. nmi^KV. May 31 -Ttie r»snilnf thf tillft deeds of the land kindly Hmh Jump, boys under 14- -1. H wfHkly meeUlw of the Vi^rjni: Pf--.- triv.'i, hv .Krnn'cr Orcen for the site Marfcn; 2. R. Msnt :\. K MrKen.'lr plc ^-.rfl»"v of the -Slfjney Tini*.^y1 tor ;he hall The B.C. Land ComHlKh Jumi' ^.•lrl.^ tmder I* -l P (:;;-''- irv... rh'* fnrTTi of an o^t- [»any liavlnit made all the arrangeThwaltea; a, E. Typpelt, 3. P. NarrLi. (l—1, n. the gTPimds s boautilul oecklaoer Who gave It Raanlrh y P !Thwnttas; P. Baas; a. D. Sawyer. tttm the 804iUi to you? :/...-

Thrw-lened nm, bof ndv -1 R Rylanda and N. Wrlfht; 3, Oumey.

Scuiihnrpe and B.

IIuBhen bitlrd in Mscliityre for the

place

nf

f3ooke F*armers' Institute

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with your doUar.

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wfa thf Grand Prne of |tt5,000.

Ycmi ran

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My MBit husband.

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RULES OF CO^^rEST

IIOOO

weekly/

Qrounda. Baan-

tomomnv. A report from the committee was read and

spt/^.

diequc for S>9,e0er

arr nr, .sfrtnp* to this offrr

OW of dlt weekly pij» tDtdaag 11.000 and become

PaM

fard :nU,m<-f.i and ninny ivw niutK**^Uom Wheelbarrow race— U Mant were given. The postponed trip to Vbrrestcr; a. p. Bentlboipt Mount Bewton took plucr today, the and Stcrrlker add cars leaving Wesley KaJl prompM-and B. anmey; 8,

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oa» this coupon anti

vfa

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Yoongeal Movie Star in Canadian

The next neeti: HaO on Jun. ta there la aunsldsg abla budhoped Oesa to be attended to It mem ben will by pnaamt at 7:15 o'doek.

MUM SnM

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Win be hokl In Wealar

1 and

tT4

Company

b

all

At Port Albemi

V— 1.

P. Sanders; 3, C. Cook; a. D. PCBVr ALBEIUn. May 31, -Tt Oava. Bs. Uartxlde left the Albemi Parir Kicking Ibe toottMitt—I. O. BustiLumtwr Company's docka 00 Mon ton; 3. O. Klnkade; X J. Pomstar. Throwing baseball. |Ms—I, T. day, loaded with OOOAOO foat lumbsr for Bew Ycck. Flarrlffon; 9. J PengeOy; S. Bodgsoa.

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Dedicate

WooaaUd

tirouse

loadod a suite oi

600^ faol and tailed tor Mw TWk

MemorUd

The foUowiac pcnstM

This evening at 7:30 o^clock. In The Mfe. IMIIB wlk toBip fo< Holy Trtnlty QnmJi. Cumberland. her eanr' wmenar and Rev R o vi'-trrla t« fwnplato Hf^. J 4<>o.aOQ feet of himK..batimn, will dwUcete a mem(irt»; titr-- for -hr Atlanttc Ooast 1.) Uie lale Oeorge WUk CUnUxi. T>\f roemorbO Is tn the (arm of a The Tnhaei Mam la docked » i-Ta-Ti pl.it.r Ajnzed to the wall of the Port Albemi loading SJOOMO fert fhr in.<«llallon of new ot lumber lor Japan, ' \c light flxturcB. donated by urfftrbit nIMtvea. naowlr. Mra. A TWlsh woman hae found Iwr \K. dtoiMa bk vMdw: am. way Into the bankruptcy court in W. mieseT]. daoibter. and HUs that country for the first time iri Andi«T nitnhii PhltHp^ adoptad hlstacT. obdM tew real "^^

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week Ending Friday

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SUNDAY, jxme

Essentially a British

Wn.lLO'NeilCo.c«>fri.)LU.

2,

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HIGH GRADE BUILDING MATERIALS

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rr npamd

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Rhoold Br Prr

^^nUB

To

be sure of beotnte heating comfort in •f ei y room, rhonse aij At bion FurndLf L^sy to operate easy on fuel SdentificaUy desigtied for cfSciency made of only higbest qualhy materials. Pipe or pipeleae etylcs installed from

SiXRET Of SUCCESS to

nd

Tile

Work of Every Description

}hmr

1)11, MiT^ are ftnally awakenUip ad\iaai)iULy o( having and specifications prepared ahead of ihe Ume wh»-n it is

lo

ui({

plana well

intention to beffUi ^-uia:

ttaelr

BAIHROOMS. FZHBPLACES, SUNRO0M8, SINX8 STdSS FRONTS Alao

tenerally.

PLATE CLASS, SHEET GLASS. MIRRORS LKAUKD GLASS BEVELING

It

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all

without lime for tbbui^ttul

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Service Stor*

Phone 643

any

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early

as to realJv

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both •uiuoom TlS^= Si "ISSlfE!^* pSL'K h^SiX^ »« «. 0< »4to

do

ANCIENT TRADITION CAUSES TROUBLE

his

I

remote country

dlstrlct.-i

of Quebec,

procrasttoftte;

have

archlteot prepare the plans MONTREAL. M.iv 31.— Threatnd get your bids when everyone ened riots ryently in ihe town of roonected vrtth the operation has Benneterrr. Abiiibi. have brouRhi to Lime to give the matter his fuQ the fore a tradition, which has attention. cropped out from tUne to time la

Cabinet Work, Lumber

Door Co., Ltd.

_A

Phone 642

'Qnaltty and 8«rHce*

I

Colonial Design on

nance

m

to be

New

handed from genera-

tion to generation even to the twentieth century? Such Is Uw question now occupying B. Z. IttHleotte court house archivist, who has be2di« him data proving that the

Modern Lines

tradition has been widespread hi the remote areas of this province. Thr Henneterre Incident same a week or wo ago. It was based on from lumbeitnen that had t

the

v-^ir

romplainii

I

tlielr contrnrt not been fallowed Comlnp out nf ihr b;i.'ti. they united at Senneterrr, aiid, for time, there was an ujjiv .,;tuati.^n in the UtUe AbJUbl town rxftren. of 'he law were simsmtned tnir*'ther with ofOclals from the Departn ent of Lands and Forests at Quebec TTie would-be rioten were soon told that execution of plans for nisUng trouble would be <2ulckty ehe^ed. according to the laws of the land. Then came the occurrence which has raised the question of the origin or the old Torty-mnn law "

^O" ^ t^he fWm Quebrr

We '

'iir

want

Is Building

Island Sheet Meial Telephone

ha*

Werks

t54fl

Ml

Flsgard

The Greatest Home Comfort

Oi»C

The fine« the world affords. Fully automatic Endorsed be CWDcrta rverv ,n more homes than aoy other eU '

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!

W. R. MENZIES Bsnltary, Hsettaf


and

Street

&

CO.

00 tensr laglssMi FboM Mil

"law" on this side of ipenwna pick up the lalephaiie research must be made celver every aecond. whether It came witJn New York's largest the of New Pranre. or RqutUble fn Lower building, been made. I have Breedwiy. around 1480 at St. BUe whether tt u one of thi-iie riau-T*; u (ioo per*nns ^very ibiy and de Caxton '8( Maurice Countyr or the unwritten "bujUi Uw and In \ifiif*'d by .SO.OOO dally stu^ niuit be made to decide ( he In 1918 at Grande nale. Lake Nine mlliion pcnmrw travel dally hi' John, and now tn 1929 at Hennejere pomihlllty of ita having poasibly on Uie cltys subway, elevated been transmitted to Abltlbl. tJie old street car and bus lines. voyagFurs by ScoU traders, or by *I questioned those pewpi- and Population is gnnnnt st the rate they knew nothing of the oriRin of *hf dife le pays of 3Jn a month. the pretension, but their conienuon Mora than tlTMO vislton come is that forty men have mto the city dally all nrlvllegeff and all power*. One of them told The New Vcrk metropotttan dlsBaby Horn in \. ) trlrf roe that his father had said whjeh ernlirftces area of this '\lf•',:^ dsted from the time of the -iiuari' Jina % populakmshts Every Four \tittut4's N >ri III txvifj. .,rfiille.-v,VK\(W>0 to old mnoe. who used or almo"' this hiw to impose of Uic [H.)ini.i;inri thahr M,<^ views aiS l«W TOfUC. May 31 -WheUier iJl
Time

known

you buiM the best cheaply. experts ran advise yon about the beat and cheapest to help

always

Oovrrnmeni

Mrmed

material* to u»c, alfo estimate costs.

Wc

58, 59

Sheet Metal Work AND

nrnclals written to Mr Uaaslcolte as follows "i heard It ay by some of the men at Senneterre that forty men. grouped and having the same view of the same object, make law. In around birth of the the Atlantic, nrty yettrs. thb la the tnird time to determme that the same affirmaUon. to my the ploneem knowledue. has

A REMINDER Summer

United Phones

Tar and Gravel Roofing

mmd

Sash, Doort, Frames; Glass

&

"pSftac.,'

that ancient law in force for ren(i*'t"n!i tiiries haa provided that -fnrty men grouped and having the samr view or the same object, make law plans it n»«ni a saving in doUans and rents Belief la ReoMte RcgloBs af Qaebee In what dim age wa.s ihi.-; law" , in TSfty-Mao If y
iitrect

Uld dimng-room. allows'^ .i.h ,mpl. cupboard

A..

each trade, it In easy he would have to "**

For—

North Park

WrUH

Ir-ne

"

»K Z^"" bns best pric^ i> mnrerned This is snotner strong anrumfnt m fnvor ol

Drysdale Sash

FUDebsa

part of

m

Uf .y*p

p

Fir

AlMik, Itwiiif A So 546 Vates

is

addition to hli own work the "niTBctor has from ten to twelve Mib-blda to geu and if he wisely kv t.s hro or more figures from sub-

\i:

OMten

ts

mt

N>w Addren^

i;-;

Paint, Plumbins and HMlivg Supplies, Etc

,

oootlngaoetes must be made inlfh enough to cover any pngiHtta

ui*']

.n-ii

.

Good Hardware,

i

or

MVini*. '<~r ii • loi Aaa mk^alpruf^r

cumI

wotk

Ltd.

GOOD BUILDINGS DESERVF,

measured and s<-c down (in detail, and this requln» tune and ehiae attenUon: othenrue. Lhe item

Agenti for the Haker Automatic Oil Burner and the Simplex Crude Oil Burner nil

airu<-airp rvt-ry

n each and

''y_*fae le

Plumbing and Heating Contractore

UonrT iBiMl on th*

'

i

,

Douglas Street, Corner View

Mnai«««a

.

buUdlng. Another advantage In having your plans prepared well ahead of the time when you propose to lUirt work 1.1 that you can uk for from st?vera] difTejent contraci and give each one time enough to niakp a more complete estimate of \hf rcv^ m. probably, a ckMer i" ' 'fi'' work. 0,-illniatlng

Hawkins &

Sl-in^Ir

pb^^,



.

Call anJ sec our

3014 Bridte Street

,,

ellminauonji can tie lade :r plan to four dealres. These mi changea are usually overlooked whra one is srasMd far tfane at this period fn the buttness of borne-

every requirement.

suit

rvr-V.-t

Moore-WhitUn^on Lumber Co.,

-

iijj.

Unshrinkable Door

NKVKROT— Tlic

.

14

To

lAIOIIXX-Thc

omitted or socneUilog tni5placpd with the plan before you luid ampl^ time to go carcrully over Piic-li itz-in

of

LUMBER AND BUILT-IN PEATURKS OF ALL KINDS

With

Ume you and your have to plan. «nM»mi, and check your plans, the leas UkeUbood there will be that something ts

Brackets and

stksbt

Built

CrPKOC^Fireproor, Dampproof Wallboard

The more

architects

Fixtures

I

Modern Hom es Are

ijthcr

ii's

venience and harnwtqp of d«ign.

i

I

•TOW woBU umrao^ei oovbknmxnt

Ultngs Uirre Lt the Lhe owner'* requlremeiiw agamsi the restricifd coai and the etntotural ne


A LBION

into

agm-

Inacton.

There is more In the preparation of plsn^i than the mere drnwlng of Vancti? linea on a plrcc of rupc:

551 Yates Street

II :

$100

>],

.

•trucUoo work, ai tt Is fo in.i hit tewer oversights result Ui^u *ri.n everything Is nnhed, win-n uip VhuinUig and the ^•"^tMiw of the plans Is liuiTledly done, the bidders ue given Insufficient U&m togo over emrf detail with proper eare and.

slrivc to please,

Crataa and boxea for every purpose quickly tnade.

or

!

It

.

Cameron Lumber

Co.,

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mm

UtUe

Dornthy, eight veani old her school and tmrliT

dff»rly love*

rurtsey, I I

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iind wUrn ftl nf the work

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and -BxMc

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136^3 m 1(^8 Awopean In origin is Uken as try as a vhcla. On a twelve-hour beyond qurtUon Whether it Is a sre gettmg married basis couple* at the rate of o( the days when The ideal tnuband. aoeordhig i« each prov- fourteen every hour—a total inre of S2 U4 women entrants III PTBDce had In a Chicago oomlu own married In IMt. coutume or code of laws: or petuinii. niu.M waMi the dLihw with Flflem hundnd freight cars are whether came from Britain In nerded daUy to bring the food that a smUe und dry them with s tear. pre-feudB] day* or feudal days Whether u a frairmeni oI wTiUen New York eats, which frelgbt mn, We don t know what has become ir placi-d together, would form Of unwritten law. are ali mailer* a Of the old-laafalaned gUI. to iraln twelve miles long. oe mrsshed out. And, n.- for ato she waa seen entering a beauty Uie On a n a vera«e more than IM pMrler. and she offw eaoM out.

forgft!

is

"What ir -^hr d(K-.o home talks n Rood drml Olvr ua the quoUlIon' in Uip Wlmt rla-U-roomi, Lots of the boys and girl» htt« My It «gBin!-' "Sutle Adnin Inrert, repeat-M -quoUtloiu.' bQt I like It ftwf-ly.** nhe Burte Adam.i.,-,n,rh\' Neither questloolna nor o^poMiii«i. once Raid. "And what do you hf *
rrlir

mmn

it.

wd

thiA

Is

now' mounted

mdAv,

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(or

Ywi

York policemen stopped mr^[ K '^A^^^

Chaniini Ih->nHhy on Imn iMiry plitirorni, drp-';.-. Riwr r m-ri-

KTtpped her Ultlp

upper I,„o,

lbs

Wc Tahe «t

Orest Cu-e

in the

Oar LMher end

ITL^^V,

Colon,., =rc.„..,„r. h,. mo»t other types, and the itvie af »hl.

tion cost! sre lower than

cop -^o

hu head

ebwaed

-i-jaBeautiful

In l»e boolt.

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Homc*.^

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Your New Home a Comfoa and a^*i^*^ Adda a Touch of Beauty That Makes You Justly Proud

The Canadian Fcgef Qoslttr

Tlie 5neea«

wturh shakes the laem apon the tf-res.

111 the merwr u alone i;i the danger Kone. Nature's luperb elTort to save from consequences grave— Poaslbly from cllmWng on the sh^ In the grave itself. And yi!t though we raqutre tt, We alwavs do our darnedest to I

t«r«iea

Maniiffactui ers of

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Mgwood

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Is

PhwMs ran end

VIeiselB,

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And. art-ordlnr ro Dr Octavla Lewla, Such conduct ap<^ Riun) . Ba when next an inctpleM .

has you in tiripk

»>Th AfVloa

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On St

tJs

CharlM,

Nev Kockknd

and wc can strongly recommend *^rm

bftckflre lu

Lumber, Carelullv Graded. and Ceder Shinfl^lea. Gttaranteed

Strset

Of Your Hooie in the New

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Finance the Entire

Cost

attempt Ovtafia Uwln.

And make* people edse away Prom Uie frtnaoi of the fray

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We Can

l«htd«e% niperb

mII?"(o save effort us and yet lr» lo borknre it."-Or.

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BRabUshed 1887

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THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA.

Wamen

SUNDAY. TUNE

B.C.

:anada

Meet Chinese At Geneva^ August 7 to 14

University

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Gym

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federatloaf

Lntprtiational

the

sleiA todiialry. ellhed from m»S.igl to m244.7iB The most aerloua deeUae was bacon and bams, tbe value of which stood At
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purpORc i» to work In a aplrit of generous comprehenalon for Uie do* relopmeDt of relatione between Ute unhrerflty women of the whole world, in order to penult them to defend their intcreeta by the nppU-

RESPONSIBIUTY OF

PERMANENT JUDGES

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M7. sboWOd iDSmgg, MBA mutton and Umb ti WftJW. a Mr. Jaattee OneaAMda Says Incation of the principles of mutual slight decline. maally Frem regale r OlsBser u WIUi mHfiy aiin'ril of help and itolldarity. Tlie fedsratlon Bigb WUnlerde has a« ita chirf objectlre the dls- livestock organ Izatioiia tAkiiib: place 17.234

women who have

already obtained

bvmoch haa leen one of itememben. from amonc sbttcen eaodldatei ot all naUoaaUUee. honored by aueh a fellowBhlp, and she Is nt the prneni time purauUiR sdennnr inv^fttinnp of the br.st. laboraHic IKI'W Berlin torlM III provldf,*! ftlio for ihe crpaimn of iniTfinf lonnl ilubfioames lar WashlnBton. I'Arin, Crn.sby Hall in London, one in process of eracttoD in ALhena. ae well as for bilemaUoBal iTDOpa In «ew»t ettles;-!! orgaaMa between teachen of Mtehanfles •econdary acbooU In various ooiwtrles. and educational group travels. It hsK conAtUuted itself a pennanent rommtislnn which asaures the oonIn

nectlcn of thp ff(l'r.kf 1i>ti with the inn.mliw'on i-f <)•- li.--.' it«! of Inthe League Co-oiwiMioii

t'-llef-nia! .

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NatioriK. 'I'hat is to say. It asMIdles luclf as tar aa poMlbte lo the f

movement

Rr-^ai

ol the Inlaneotua

rspprochMaent' ot

tialioB.

AGENDA IWRBBitlNR rnnnot draw the attention of 'plo of Oeneva loo oi-iTi to lu- i:iiportance and the slfnificunt c nf thU eoafarenoe. It wlU uadoubtedly be a sploidld maolfeetatlaa ot inleraatlonal co-operation, prepared very serlouily while taking Into acgaplratlona count the Some of oontempomy «l«di. glances at the prneramme of the '

I

moM pMomt

conference wlU prrnUt eoch person (o Judge of the value of the speakrrs wlio will be heard, and of the >rk which will be presented. The ntmlttee baa Inchided in tiiia proi:ramme aa addreu on The ValM Reeeareb' ftbd hopee that Mawill agree (o speak on UUs aubjc-t A high officer of the Intemalional Labor of flee at Geneva baa agreed tn introduce a very '

of

dame Curie

another generation." Bmest Is not the man to viwt a itf a few days and tji. r ,ibout il His visit lo (.'-1)1.1 1 result In only on" l.!.ito!;i ii!

tiu>.ik

.

will

ratislnf

mr

and otfacn

InSmd

stMl arut 'trhed stmI bomed i" «>Ta«rh. ScxatdUnc

UmuAva UioaaaM." Hmrm Haalttoa.

(Stgoadl Miaa

aMNlto.R«. evse»-4b y toilet ->.

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wlih

Fuin.U hatT.

and O

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widow

of

his rival

and

Romans

and

was

eoOBldercd

obtaining reettlutkm from the king (Hwirer peasant.lng jm lii.-. mind. He untu It hfts beoosae plentiful enjoyed thetr "extraordinary puiiu- to be reasooable In prlea Asparagus Is ooe of tbe nonrama e( color of distance and the of etudes and tUxtby vegetablea aad dooa not conrir''"'*i' rhythm folda." Be aaid, pointing out that tain nudb mitrtuodal vabie, but It tbe Canadian Rocklea can be Is mtaabie becauae oT Its riehnesa psraUelPd in Switzerland and the In the mineral elemenia: sodiu , sulphur. KictT'd NorLli hs.<( it£ counterpart in caldum. potassium and Nnrway, but the Pralrlea are tmtque. Asparagus conLaln.e used lo dropsical coobeen disagreeable whenever he made good advantage dltions and by those autfering from mlstakaoi however. After a particularly ffbuing error Brtght's disease and rhemnawn. Here are a few asparagus raolpee: the partner turned upon tbe novice tn real anger. STt:AMtl> ASP.UtAGCS "Why dldnt you follow my lead?" Afurf wtLstilnK the R--.;!;*! .i,{ii'. ..m-he asked. wiUi itie "If I foUowed anybody's lead, dr." fuily, tie It tn a bundi cxclalmed the novice hotly, *'lt cer- heads on tbe same level. The lower ends ot the stalks should then be tainly wouldn't be yours." 11: nartner worted and >iTj)w
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of tbe Inddents of early seventeenth century history which have left Mr.

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Raymond wondering why no Canadian has dramatised aOch material before him. The heroine of the play was tbe daughter of a barber of Mans and was .ihli»ped out to de la Tour In Acadia by that nobleman's agent, who had been ordered to send a wife nk>nK With Ihe ren of the supplies. ll>- l:i Tour WOA at war with anuUiL-r itkr.<':>'.-ijroua nobleman. U'Auiirn a.n

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who represented the IC:ng of In Acadia, and whatever her Madame la Tour proved

u>

T^M^cv

beg^^uiii^^

a valuable band'a

ally egpOuatog

quarrel

Ula

bar bua-

Bie

Intrepid

Amaann aha was. After a long ooofUct de

la Tonr and his wife were blockaded in their Da la Tonr fort by their rival.

.vrvinR

escaped to Boston to seek the aid of the British. In his ahMmoe D'Aimay attacked the fort, but was repulsed by the gallant defence con-

ducted by

a

deUcecy on thdr tablea. Only the young and (onder shooto are lisod in most households, but eome of the

"And what in France." asked s friend, "did you enjoy most?" "Well. I think. sakl the lady, "If "

was the French phaaagati flnitng

Madame La Tonr who

the Mayonnaise."

STEW

cutting until the be^^nnes re^ Klstanl to the knife. »fter which the base should be discarded. Mix one part of the asparagus to two parts or dked potatooa and buii in a covered pan with sufficient watiT to prevent bumlnc. When rook'vi. add salt and creaoL If drjiri'd .nrrDi^t may be adilfftt to this oombuiatian.

CANNBD ASPAMUHni ON TOAtV Open a ean of asparagus tips by the bottom and eaee tbe aaparagii.s out so It wUi not broken. iMare the stalkr. ii[K)n Uuti Allcn> of Mf^ba toast and hcnC in the i-n Ju-sL before .serving [vuur ovt-r tlic iu^pwragus. a mixtun> of cream. Melba toast crumbs and oboppod paraley

with a

Uttlc- »al;

AM'AKAUtTS SOUT Cut Into fine pleiv-\ enough freurfi aspazmgm t<> t^qnal tiiiee i'up-< a:ul place over flro with three or IwiT cups of water. Cook until tend
amount of tupped pardey. Serve hot with thin stripe of Melba toast.

A

daiOi of whipped cream be added to each aervlnc

may

"How do you like your new place?" asked a lady of a girl for whom she bad found a "Very well. Uiank v-ui!" an.«wcred the gU-L "I'm glad to he.ir H/' said the other; "your empl.'vrr m a vrrv nice lady, and you cannot do loo tor her." "I don't mean to, matrnt* railed the gtrl Innocently.

much

We

A.srARAt.CS-POTATO grac<'fully rrtrcftt all aspersions If pfifcslble, i,eject the thin grem ui)f'n the Puveen Jury. The twelve Waah carefully and rut men hnpele&>ly dt'mgreed, tharMq into thin pieces about a half Inch proving thcm.setvni geatdba bl!t long, beginning at Up aQd^cfiUaa^TlH Mew Yorluc.^ aft-paratOJS-

lind

Lux keeps costumes

new-looking twice as long

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Ltbbrevlated tiathlng cossandy .ilopes of his favorite lake or stream, church or at market. In theatre or In clut^ wherever he may be. he may ttsue tbe ace-old habeas oorpns. the recoffDittoa was at Rimnymade wrung by tbe bold barons from the obatioate, but terrified king. wrU fUnga wide open aU doors, be they thoae of eaaUa or hut. the Jail or Riin

In

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tume on

Hm

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er eenvent, order that may go free Lherelrom any and all who have been by the opschool there

pre.
movies problem of THEdothci care evocy woman —bacoaft vasttcaJcl face

ft

di-prived

iiie^ally

the

of

Ood-glvcn UbTf> UU lordAhip touched In tjir Mune DUUiner upon prerogative kt:' of prohibition,

For in the movie studios, mil| Iftpy of worth of costumes of every sort, from negligees to camping togs, must be kepC fieih oew-looking, in spite of

dollars'

way

to cleanse ail

k

often cakes month';, 5ometiine8evea7ttti»to'*iiioocf

a big

Widi Lux, the

mandamus and mjunc-

say,

^hinj^

sheer

and snhsfanrial &bdcB»tO0kSiqr new-looking mart than tu'ia when xiiishd any other way!

M

OS.

l iiis means a saving, studio heads tell of mote than a ffiillioo doUacs a Test I

They all do it I Now mry gtw mocioa picmre studio

studios have tried different «tth»

ing metbods. and have found chat die

studios

materials

picture.

The

mobable

with Lmx!

ud

long. Kieaiious vear.

uon, a|id oontlnued: "It Is needless in.itrijr[prt to lo say that the posaesslon of these and extraordinary powers r r ih- great burdens the poBsessor with the great i.-.i;norwttb tbe project msponsibUlty to rxorclae them not favonble Qadtnga be hastily. Imprudently or improvtdent-

cision dlTfctora

best is

meets

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Hollywood— Metro-Goldwyn-Maycr, ftramount - Famous - Lasky, Universal, Pftthe-De Mille, Fox, First National, United Artists and Warner Bros. stav in

AIU-EN PR ING 13 who -wnn

in "A
»ad

Evd," ihii braatiful real Item ne;:Ii^re,

oocc owned hjthm

Empress Alsxtndn lUtssis, sypcrvfses

ks

ia Loi.

Mtt

d

hs

Ubucfc

fa tba



were

taVM^ala the feadbllttv iMkiBg a paeUht boose and .

leed

to

should

prooeed

reached.

ly.

The sbaep sltuaUoa oonUnues

but juffUy. imparllailv and with

full i^onitettniJUiesA of

and resp^t

bo

to be a bright spot in the hviatock sur- the rights of i>ie mi(ihne>c and the vey The year lD2a wa« a banner loWUest in tht' land "We tm privr'V'vi !> h,»id these for Canadian fhc

one

.-.wTier*

prtcea for both wool

a:-.,i

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poa-. r.

Ar.-

8 cut €f 10 hamesineUlm

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ic^potuibiitiv oi Ukc iUii> xen^Jse of remunerative n,c -tiorp population of the conniry iia.i iJiown the asiw: for aU of uhleh wa are jusuy proud.* steady inrrrase n Uh cii. nt Bis lonUhlp oonoluded by asking galnj In the four Wrjtrm provinces and Onuno. njcre seems to be an tor atzcngtb fran "the great du* penev «t baalgD ionnlta ^lBtlBe. of increaalng tendency on the part of gram growers to add sheep to thotr vbUh MRtV tette JlMloe la bat a farm openUlons Ftom a ranching dim TeflDetloii.*' •» alfl btaa la hie point of view the tDdustry shows duties. siBtts of devieinpmeot bi Western Canada, pan-imtarly In Brltlsb Co-

moat

<

a

hunbUk IjLst upwards of lO.OOO head of e«T r.:i-Kk vrrr- b'vl m the inlrrlor polnta of BrrtTi'i vtiunibla, and It Is staled llial tJie development oT sbnp ranehlng in ihu jmt jr^ m tbe part tbrae eg fo|u- years has boen (



RJO JAMCmo.

Ute Stale ot Mlnaa Oemej^ The «t/me Uir rough wrlgtir. 111. arats

m

and when out

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BENNEIT NATHAN.
Men»Oo|day»

tlx

Msfacwoiki^ocKaanrSifaikpansta.

'AboKeiTla* aqpi Joaeph asfiC wacdraU "tail soa^ te deOsm apoa d^i«s lavii

•eemelONagaaaiUas,eopervisot.

Jixnn cooMi §0 coast me Lnx-^ to sore fahricSf

Mive

money t

May Sl.-The

largMt rase diamond ever found in Bnudl was reo^tly dbi-'ivervd in

itimatod

it

will

alao

CorrespoodenU wlahlng to c-omJboaloahi with G». MfOov Miuuid addreas Mtan: Sr. VKaok McCoy. eio BaD ayndleatiw IM Mi atiaet. Maw Tcft. PJ»jl

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Martin. 8TBB8SKD The Government hat of lata been Mr. Jvstloe Qreenshields rejoiced paying a great deal of attantlon to that tbe Judges received their apHi!s the matter of grading. The Fedenl pointment at the h^nds of 'IJulivestock Department U Inaugurat- Oratioii.1 M:ijcsty th^^ Kujk, ing a policy of brandei beef aa soon thought of llie conuji'jily of oUlce R.1 the nec'-asary in'.pwtors can be "is, and should be, nn itiAplraUon to npolnUKl. the Federal Oo\emment mtikf Ut.r Ind 1 earlcM j ud gen, iiinking Itself reapotLiiblf for the wh.>&L- )-Jiitimi'r;Ui. as day by day iimimonsnoe of high quality of tJie givrn, will uukKc known and render brands whkth It approves, in order certain, to all and sundry, that none to qaalUy under the scheme of Qov- u so lofty aa to be above the law, enunent certlfloaUon tba beet must and none so lowly as lo be beyond have been slaughtered bi a Oovem- Its protection," tbe acting cblef Jusment in.tpert«d abbattoir and bear tice oonUnued. the tiovemment stamp. It will "I have on oQwr ooeasloss pointed then be submitted to thp Oovem- out. with pride. Chat «M]|t and every ment tn5prctor, and If of aaUsfac- judge of this ooaft IS given the tory grade the brand of quality wUl power T["t i-T'Ii r nni rnntrol all be affixed to It. The beef mu*t then thing.^, »!.ii!:ir..> ;v:iii i!'.j:u.'nate. all be retailed through an r.tiabluh- things corporeal and intangible, on msBt aggiroved by the Uovernment. earth. In oky and sea- Even ih*At tbe same time new hog ^dtng sanctity of the cmetery dijes not rvibUlODS which hare bwn under eacape t.h.il r();it: i.iliin.' iK»wer and oonsldermtlon by the E>epartment of wher-* j'rrri'-.- di'niantU, an exhumAfflMdtare for a ooculderable time ing OT'I'-r u.i: .'un to HibtTMl N,'' have been passed by an order-la- bodv II ;h- r.pirlt. of the buriod council. They provide fbr daflnlte dean claatfflcatlon of baooa and aon"A JudRP of Lhw court, by a stroke bacon hogs. Involving revWoo ot grades so that ho«8 henoeforth win (rf bis pen. or even of the more handy pencil, on any day of the be grnded nenrly as possible In ttwordntue w;'Ji tbelr actoa! com- week, and on any hoar of the day. mrrciaj vfiiuc The new regtilatlona at any place, bedecked with his robe provide for the compulsory grading of otBce on his bench, tn the seclusion of his court chambem, on his of all ttogs at local shipping points golf course or even tiasklng In the In aoeocdaMe wltb the official

M

ranawt eraptuna mnA tfaa lnlnHiiii wuiniad aw ftvm alssviag' Thajr dsttfanesd nir hee lor -I ated ilhsii wm any raanha. I *vr<«f< arvl Olntmrnl and li waa only a tri* ivwk* tvfci'* nw (my waa oocD-

viu;n later, after the death Aiuiay La T'"ir brought Lftls ctino«i-t iirHdi.i oticluslon by

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•caUd owr.

Asparagus was cultivated bv the

mmwb

iketch wtilcli he celved.

By DR. FRAKK MeOOY OOOn FOOD AMI

MEDICINt

Vttltti three

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wUi

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j

Cuticara Heals

•ocnv of tbcm mmw •mall. Scud* of than

in the

Prcmh

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"Of oourse." dedared Mr. Bftyto a Mali and Batplre re-

Lt

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marrying

porter. "Canada has not a great leisure population, tb do foil literary JusUce to the Dooiliilaa might

take

Health and Diet Advice

only

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They aQ

In the early part of the year, the IWeittock situation has come in lor a our MiSce during good behavior; Ua great deal of oOlclal discuaslon, par- Itnure ls not rtcpmcj^'iit u;>on ttw ticularly as regards cattle. Otner- cverctiauglng and ofunie unnasonepeafcint tbe trend of opinion uig public opinion. IlLla give- Iji ihit rematoB opUznlstle aad the outlook members of the Betuih compM*-- unregarded saogulnely. It is claimed mtmlty ftom tbe aasaulu of popular that tarlfts wlU not keep good cattle clamour. At ibe same time, and by ">!jt of tUf VnWj'd filaipi when the way of compensation it burd'.'ns u& .^niTlrun rjpmnnd for catMe cannot wUb the obligation of so conducting br upjitircl rmiii .'Vnicnran lotit, as ourselves aa to command tbe ooufu lin- '.rtl.tMi.Il i;; J.'K' pil.--: cuuple of dence and oompltte nspoot of puuWOliiil rn'rn', tn h'.i^r proved .(. ir.i hr oplrUon." Ai the .same lime nth*r ftiilJir.rltlr.'i In these words Mr. Justice R. A ,iiro ndvi'-lng producer, i.r mjiko arK.
timely subject, the unernploynient of Women prointellectual workers frsjors in the moat celebrated unlverjltlM of thf world will bring uji ihe ros\iIta r,r 'h-ir Mnen'Jflc and fur the Hwlsa liierary work A/, Hfiiventlty women, tbey have underlakcn numerous and varied problems which require tbe attention of women in the rouraa of their aoolal giwdee. The Department of Agriactivitv trL'l.ilution. eomfiaratlVe ei- culture tasted tills oot last year and amHiiii oii of teTiching methods, cto. proved that It was feasible. To aup. "Wr :ray Add alf>o that excuniUms port promotional work In this oon.t r.iiflc or do< umeii(jiry lnterr.it of neoiion it Li proposed to fonn a ATf bi iiii; phinnwl f*«:>r example Ilr. Cinadlan Beef Cattlea»D's Assodathe medical tion. Ilollirr hif. lnvit«.l womrn 14.' vlTi; hlf. entablwhrncnt* at snvATioN BBiaar Leysln. mid rir Vmitier will ihow The Oential Uvestock Oo-operathem the Univrr&tty Sanatorium; the botanists wUi make a trip to the thr e. organlwd early in 1938, as the Alpine alatloo of Uaaua at Bourg- Interprovlnolal sales s«ency for the eti PWm. uader guMaoM of Uvastoofc pools ot the three pravtoeaa of a miioba . Saskatchewan aad Amgta. haa functioned to enUr* fatlifactlon in its first year ot operation At the annual meeting of the Albn-fa (.'.-npprn'.jvr IjveStock Producers a \rr\ Inrward «ep was taken ahen by unammntjs de-

With Itxks Pinples ** had pin^ aO WW my Iml They ww bud. aoi* and nd and

Uxc

force,

md

Great Movie Studios Use Lux

.

lHua the OaavT» aOy

tbatr desveea.

eetlorui

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mtmtion of lellowshlps df.^tinptl. not to pay for the uiiivrrily -tudlca, but lo favor the advanfpd rrsfwchee of

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work

I

weeks Of

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MISS

r»-*j*arrh

library

n Oaaada for a irtay be pnidtioe aoaa bi Lo ngon regime

f

pro confinement "ahe fell ill ASPlKAtiClt A .spite and rage." says an okl

ttiih

(hrotuc-icr, i

t.^.l.\:^t, Aiiihnr ptav * riviit 1.1 vlaitlng Hart Moui*- rt.ivi rof Toronto, for a ft* djy.^ He

li-\M

la the



tlug to Inadbary and tbe defendi'aie was gttbjeetcid to i„a\Knitv ot being stood with a halter at>oul licr neck to witness Ihe wholesale hanging of her men. I

Put

Surpriae TORONTO. May .10. luit Canada has not yec produced a ureater nimiber of eplos oonsldarlng the highly cokirful beginning the Dominion had. together with the romantically historic t»ackCTound of the land itucif, liie tales of the Jrsuiti and the li-.dinn Irifnd'v wii.. .v ripi Pjj,;pxprr.vird bv E '\ i: '

'l.glncc^^ Jiin« 1. Professor th'nir from mMXIJ WlU go to r(>nirn p nu Hi their mafiiiue AUgUlt alfleeat setting the uuponaat work., of tba take of Barbaflne and Uir Mers- aleetrto faetorka at Obatelard. a> tcrvnw Uon ot timvenlty Women. TtaU lor thOM women whose especial tncoDlerenoe vlU ceMnte the tenth terast Is history or literature, the anniversary nr ihr f'mndlnc ot the Swlas onlveralty towru, »a well as FMereticn I m ^-ramine wUl In- tbe placw wher<- Kdu.vt-nu and Pruclude rcpon .(ii'l dLsruMitam on the takmi Uved. will oflrr i>OJ(M--Uves fi>r will upprul to provL^lon at iincrnatltmal feUow- pUgrlmagea which of their hearts well a.-' ihnr mimU. rrveurrli irainlnit Inr »ril(i:> "The Bwlsfi loniniirLc.' tiii,s apuiuvrrslty *'.iii('Ji ![jr riupTi In tn'tii^iO' cuimnetce aiid ntuiace; the polated eomnUtsiooA u* ukc charge of weeooOMMf aobool of the boualag of delegates, reowln!«r«:iuinite teachm. and many othtf lubieoU Uoas, entartabUBenta, exounlons and pabllelty. Tbt Oounei] of state of tinportufie. Dr. SDtfi OMltKlv of OllA Nor- has slMWB Ibc nommlttee tbe greatest way. Is preatdeat of the mUrna- Mndnees. putUng at the dlfiweal ot tlnnal FederaUoo. MUm LaUa Beott. the delegates for their meetings the ol I'oronto. Ont. prealdrnt of the econdarv school In the Rue VolThe civic author Ilea of Canadian Federation of univrrsity i air ( Jean Mjik jikI Mi;>-« Fatn.ir Lcr. s!;iiwn .'I'-f-r, ah. ihr fust two Wonifn, wi;h a number of members Ornevtt hiive arranccd a gardrii iivsual cihii | th.*, * it«ndlnff the Chire« girls in l- m ntj k' "inJ''* coofervxice aiui \tiv I >'.U.W. have girls trained at i!ir M.iri^^trt Katon Schcx/l o{ Physical Education. tfir canlcrcncc. The niiiinlflrunce of IbU nevttnff gratafuU^ acknowledged thUt cotirToronto.— Photo by Ashley A Crfppen. hfrre m comprehenalvely expreued la taooa geeture and the valuable auppubreeeatly phrt irtiloh tbdr luvo ghmi on tblg the foUowtnc arUele Approxl- weigh 40 carats and &• vertti Utle short of marvelon.'s Uehed in a Oenofa oewipapir: fnat Srnd Surpliu tO tlon ol Unlvewlly Women \a preUcQs, tte ftitwe of tbe Obnadi an Ihe siniwil owiien rseelved $40,000 partnor to receive In a ntiinK manUvatoek industry may be consid- for It ttom the Jewetors. An Antner, thr monibcr.i, of 'W- 1 K U W.. ered assured coostderlng the expan- werp fkrm haa cabled an offer of export trade living Canada's In (lirnt'v* from ul. hold who will sion of domestic ooosumptlon and •MiOOO for bait of tbo aUaie, but ftrat InMr- aalmala la lASg had a vahie of 911.AtitpiKl 7 to 14 thftlr the tncKaslng inability ot other thIa hOa bMB lifllWd. naiional coofreM; thu congreaa vUl 4BMgl, as eompared with CM.mB.- countries to provide their own re08S the year before. Though fewer aUo twLha cetabnUM o( the 1' The inviTiimcnts are quirements. first three mon^h^ of this anniversary ol tho looadlng of tM eattte were ntuppetl their value was making every effort to Induce farm- V ' tM n*rri"ti;iii' .'.[ilppmg VeSrru.w. Thia fadanttoB. vhi^ blcher at $itjnn.4io. but a very rm 10 cxqand tbelr UvcKiocic hoid-'MMdb7 hor^rs much omaller number of daiea from 191t. Uuhltfai no fewer mgk and tne banks are co-cyeraung mure liuin liOO.oOiJ grot^ loiis than UUrty-gDa natln n i l anocli.- ahlpped brought the nt^ue of Lhts with the fansert in actaiavuvigtta Uona scatered over the ilvp con- Item down lo $173J71> while the Pamera in all parts of the Doleave [he countinenta. The ddefBlai of the aaso- number of aheep to mlnton an alive to the oppor tu nity ciatloni OHt to flOovrtM emnr Uuoe try was also lower DUd uie vaJui- de- aod are entvlng more exteaslvely eUnad to 9108.803. In Uie .tame years. year the ndiia of aiaata shipped de- Into Ibe vartoua pbaasa of the live"What arc thr> objects pUXmBd frini'

I

8tors

ViUit

UttI*

r



fer^cc of Intcmactonal Federation Programme to Include R^rta on Many In^octant Subjects

T to

rum

I

from the walla

taunted

Iv

gatfakztt

toifU^bih..^ surprtM^ tpio. Sui

Con-

a| Triennial

.

,

Cltatid

Canada Will Be Rfpresented

1929

2.

rich in

is

UTERARY MATERIAL

80 SAFE A\n

A

LITTLE GOES SO kAR, IPS

GCONOMY TO US« LUX

COLONIST. VICTORIA. B.C SUNDAY, JUNE

\MLY

V

T!

16

1929

2,

for

i

SiflCIPPIISil*!!I the of Pretty Weddinss

Month

This Is the

mm

m\i Season of Summer Mdc bw-puw ^ Will BE FAVORED 3S^ u Lshers in Pretty m Bridal b unctions lUcliness of their

Dor P»«^

•"'-IS'

filmy

tmdenhings otAnd abe knows

tttehlnc mre «qully oUe and miAotf «>iat a eboaM en tt- lPi^*F>g vOh ttw Ante of

tf$tntar.

diMS

Jut

for bcr.

towly tnnr mrdrabe alda « AUra. tivr much cne^ ftPfMMtnnee luit SciMiii lovely oputer wardnibi doaa

liiin

Appeal lo Yoiins^

Biiiu's

WiU Be Keynote

Fabric

Womanhood

on

bvc ol Ciital Adventure RoniaiUK Period of Year Has Fascinated From Earliest Generations Stores Are Ready for All Important Season



*rr

Sr>i»-^

..f

Uiiut-n

I>-liS hif u I

WhitP and

araiely. »he



marched do«m the tW«,

thr object of «U the admirinit 8l*»«=^ . bridal bouquet, (reih and frtc™*. •ddwtna touch o< beauty to htr apfwannca.

versity

than thai for the jnddlng,

when the

choios

U

swayed

Praoapt

DoBMry Svrlca

t»y

tradi-

sentimant snd a evtaln standard of good form. TbU season K Is plainly demontion,

will

Co^LtiL PHONE

boQices. long light sleevei. peplumr-. iind other themes of the long ago

U

m muUIwhich r;in

VV-.i--.

arp

miart

m

CHS

ni iwfuiinrk ttet general d-i '-iga r

June Bride

t

into the

Onl

ud

\

I

lie

fn-^litf

.'t

.ind

rrir..?t

fracrant hlossoms arc fit to be carried on that wonderful wptXLi^Mt^ in bridal day.

hOW-

this

Pot wear with ooatumee dewell bo lumialied In the ;iLl.rat-Uvp stores ol thui city. ThLs f^vir in cxari prf»portJon tO thslr Richness of signed for active sports. oeCtaa anperiod of the year has been con.-ildrrrd through loiig years as the n;T(v,-i fit sijiipiirity Cleverness derwear In a bnUnrlggan weava is i> ih-tr», est d«taal. so that nottdng eaO bi^ lera. She must haw bar "pitng- ed to the suntan desire for ofl-whlte Uched in trunks and bliiomers are iil" iaijfflrtant avaj ekitlMs.'' wiiUs tha apot dMa- faHTl pen \a mas Lhr _Blch tnwihes may have a v-luded, D-.j; are made to fit csprciauy event ol a Uletlme. en for her honeymoon affects her gold or silver thread patterning in no case la well over the hips, ctiolce of wardrobe, fishlon insists them. Chiffon, net. tuUr. georgette SeCRET THRILL eiasuc used, either about the waist that all Junp bnrl'-.: JwiVf a smart and mousaeline de sole fashion many Bach little maiden who u about to traveling rii.s^rnb:*' :-.'Vf ,tl pnrt.s perfectly beautiful wedlng gowns or in the knee parte of the bloommake the venture out of her single frorlt.^ un.l aflini-NUi drfvAOh an,1 practically all of them in the dcU- era. Waist bands are both platn and either osi itate must experience at least a an mr-trad ol shaped and are buttoned vrniiiK vowu. no matitT wh--i-f ;.;,|,. ofl-whlte ahadtv. For those who the hipa or In back ftpcret thrill as she re^Uxea how the h(>nf->nioon i.s to be spent. And while Even the pinkish oH-whlte is wear \fsis. then are liandmuch this display Is planned for her here is whcrr the couturiers outdo havmg a vogue, and when combined dn notwhich arr rxira long and ctt'ix alone. After uU, no other Ume re- them.selvc.'H, for tJiry must honor the with delicate costumes for like the hrasalerea worn picfleets so muBh lBiport*nee on any of bride's whini.> w;:iL'h ar*' here In no attendanu. makes a delectable by stout women, TTiese nt the b.-!' the feminine penma&lon as their wls« regulau'd by tradition. ture that la unforgettable. ^ smoothly and have tabs in front The bnde reiRns weddim day. The tight bodiced wedding gown, that they may be attached to tht< Should the bride be sailing lor supreme on that occa^on - the u urld some Individual cut to the »kjrt. other garment. Europe, she must hate a coat and with Is at her feet, and all pay her homThe sklr*. whether is the best taste Fur bags to hang In one'a closet age. Pity It Is, then, when one for- an evening frock with wrap to flounced, tlerced. composed nf na.t being made oC the same fabrics sakes the old-time cujitom of true match, ur U ikhe is going to the hortzonUl sectors, circular or Rored are begs, which bridal army, for never may this seashore, she will need some very usuaUy is cut with Ingenuity so that as are used In clothes are dustproof. They come in difFor the prhnleee be again accorded any xmort beach pajamas. folds It hangs in soft ferent lengths and tn plain and mitldrn when the opportaolty has naounlaliu she wUl need wool sports ground. wlUi the IwHn coming Iwm prlntad materials. Inside each bag clothes and at the lake sleeveless once clipped from view. a metal bar with either a has cotton. troeks of sports sUk or ^*Tbe'^n*8 length ih immaterial leather tab < nelal ring attached To be married in white and to Here again tte couturiers that ones the soiiTa^^Tho'rl^usuallv to it. to whlche fur piece Is to have chosen aright as the old adage pared, for everyone knows a ^^\n^.^ Irom the back be fastened, se bags are closrd claims. U Devertheless both a cus- bride and her clothes must bear the dip in thrre Others o^J" either by a r ted *f **"'"g or a tom and superstition for which marks of tmmlstokabie chle. Her and both Mdfrs faU row of R tang, wlUiAi many everyone has the utmost regard, and ucessortes must blttod potecUy cular widths that fourr length train. women while Its variations are Innumerable, with her costumes, and her cos- T^i-thS^n w the old beUef has lost none of Its tumss blend perfectly with the ocSBvor throughout the ugcs. his^tnn funis Traffic casloiu on which she wears them After all. Is there any picture more June bridea of today reah/x- Miat one June 1.—Osculawith TORON'i*' i)Ri:ss ini: niith and charm than coeiume perfflcllv tailored and typical 'if Btfttlon hold-up t-viii-nce
We

botiqufia of the mos-t artialk MlMlUon.

Bv word

mouth or w***

of

TOW

wlahes arc our com-

Onlv the choicest Mooms find their way into m'anH«, her bouquet," Pruinpt and reliable delivery will reUeVe welcome of any worry. Call Of to yOUr aid-

We

you

the rc«pon«bUity.

'

t

,

Sayward Bldg.

IS

for the

j,

m^

YIetorIa Floral

Bouquets

i.

mt

neccMUT

We OamMM

rlrdiratrd by tradition to the bride, brings with -.hnppmK nrrc.^sitic-s fnr the prrat ticca-slon.

tiiflf i>i

June

bride, I>i5 is rtl.-eshing Information, for nn cusiunie lor wooien offers l»8 di-

::.

UNE

brtdai

in

St y

*

go oId-fi«hinn«l strated by number ol oharmlng th' ir they stie this year when models that the dmplast design Is weddli« lavns. If they wuuld be also the most chic. However forstyllah. mal the wedding, trimming and The newest wedding gowtut hark Jewelry have been wholly elimiM-^ mi«.lto-s their for nated that now the bntJf back to the medlasml age ln5plration. They have a dignity of the m(Mt dislingulhiied api^aranee length and wears no ornament -noi. even the nrJier years In Lhrir trains; a quaint modesty in the cut slj-mij of pearls or pi-ndant liiat is Ps»of their necklmes and incorporate •the (T'ft of the brldeffrcK)m-"" KKUe mo--rn only in their scheme of things the tight sementrrlr

June brtdea

Trousseau Accessories Are Awamag the Joyoub Event J

tar

\v.tilable

withta M.iiiiin"i>» rriidltion of

r i<-

arc ri-ady for the

ito3ni.'*

A.

Woodward

J.

&

Son PImim9»

i

621 Fort St.

I^Wdes

Flowers for 1

the Bride and —sunshine— brides

line

Why

flowers, of hat ctse? nurse. I'lovvcrs to svnibolthe lic.'iiiiy an
I

— and

wcctness ot umi day ot days ink of flowers think of ns.



Let

Us Arrange

when you

.1

R-ift

as

We

present a col of ^^marllv correct and

apprnpriale.

vart

.

,

Occauon

and personal

one to liic bride one especially i$ guided by a sen«e of whst it

BHUHA.HiH)M MI ST

a Bouquet or Basket for

the

intiin.itc

In

^

CM

m

Bailantyne Bros., Lid., Florists 'J9

Phone 204

Fort Street

"BI1-.

the day?

A

«:

;i

!^^amaMB

"

large truuMiwu is

agcod

Ilun;: 'o a.»ve,"

Seldom do tme of these events Ml ST IIAVK OOOf» TASTE OOP's path but that all the roThe brido v liiiKerte, loo. must recentres swells up In uuc u. one wc,« «h and ^...w.-. of round the happy couple whose troth fleet the pood la-'.t* of the rest Couturiers JavcdeIt is a marvel- her trousseau being plighted. for the bride. ous climax to a pt-nod of perfect uo- signed lovely lingene fine and delicate, whether she l» hapit dcrstendUig and the crowninR shades. plnew to be surrounded by one s In chooses white or pastel seems to be tlmates, sharing the Joyous spirit Lace-trimmed lingerie but the taUthat pervades an ewat oC tttls na- "made for the bride." ored Praooh undertblngs with all ture. crofis

mance mancc ta

1

1

'Tl^wen people hissed effusively In human paft-wgeway narrow the ofDnals and folk waiting lormed by

rarely at bis

anything but baekgnund own wedding. is

Even St

he

tttat. If

meticulous-

is

Irleods m tf>f fo^J^Jf* ly turned out. with a gay gardenia wbD bad tgaWW* 0«l tM OS. or camailon In his buttonhole, hi? head well up, eyes yhtnin g and cheat McUU. out, he may suceeod In getting a tweed suit couple of guests to exolalm: "Here A golden beige SummerJacket Hn- comes the bridegroom.** has Ita raglan-sleeved roundtahed m a new way. A UUle. However, whether noticed or not. j^juby

collar ing yoke takes the place of a a bridegroom gets some consolation Ue. Knd tlBS In front. like a bow out of the faet that he really is a necesssry adjunct to this ceremony and should dress the part. Re can have pride In being faultlessly attlrr-d. tlviA subtly complimenting the bride and ttelng the perfect foU to hsr ravishing sUken beauty

AIL DEPBNDS ON WEDDING The bride's choice of wedding determines her bridegroom's atttre If she haa a formal daytime awl dme— white satin gown, train, vei; church or fwnal garden oeremony the groom wears the tradiUoiuJ formal day turnout. This consists of the cnnventlnnal cutaway coat in biacic ur Oxford grey cheflol. wltti or without edge.* boimd

braid

In

be striped

t.-i>u3cr5

fine

n

(jr'-v

AS

MODERN A/ TH^ MCPOW.

may and

tiiiwk

•^ < n ;i liovcliy lln*" r pale grey, black and whiiv iheckcd coAKimere which looks grey frana a distance. .

sdsbes tie nay wear a fspcy. Ugbt-ODlored vest and spsU to match, tan. iMdge or gtvy. either :n worsted or linen. Olovis should tone in with the vest. A winged collar takes an Asbot Oe In striped or figured black sad tflver and black and uhr*> A nmidovn collar mk*^ ri/ur-ln-hand His shirt mav 4 rsnM*" ;-"nped or plain whllr t>e flnfl.\ should have an Immaculate whi> If

The

Hridc will weicomr

cal T,i)ilc Ser\anl^. llic>e

set

her

to

(hrcakf.i;-t«

VICTOR RADIO

as $310

$285

AIl-Flrclnr

A . .

.

I I

>

V

1, F.

CT

I

bnwn — )uii

as

The

you

J-l-.kri

RS foKrc

to a

the

.

.

life 'slip";

.

iV'rni.i!

in

.>

C r

the

ri
AUTOMATS

i,.i;-it"-



i\ DA T4 bouquets carrj inc all ihe freshness, c^'dorfnl beaiUy and iragrance of the luteal Idotmis a nece ssary and most accept2ble*complement lo the bridal attire

B





Thr si/.ir

1



It-i

pTtra Kirpe

bcirlal

bvuquct

brvlal ^H'U'itict

$5.00

$18.00

no one la atand so on There t^ndanre. and so no on^ to regulate and the marhme* work al) d-iy one writer has «ncl all niRht. MtrpslSCsr Is tiM nut It is

The r-LF.CTRHIR' >\ -ave* tmip u ill he

rlioos-

«n
this splcndiU giit

corned

by bride.

any

Tl'*-

»

I

CTRIC

1.1

f

Mil

\'. 1.1

1-.

'

a

iih.-.iH

1

I

t

HI )N i

1

e t

ke or

greaec

nORA

ELECTRICAL h i ORE

Ai

t

1*

-Mi>t*o-'"'l

to

have

,<'»-k *it<). bii' a Ftep'Oster of the Bene hrr^ Mill has a desk Dfnre. wean D.O.IlJl.'s eSotlies. apes her mannexs and causes an sorts of annoyanee to Use Brmah pubUr by imlrtng petty regulatkms and forMddmg thto nr that without apparently, any rtme «e

rtifd

B. C.

f.

!.trpmolher of invention. DOFtA an old war-time martlnr? '.f>nlr•;f1nr^ railed tiir Defen.te o\\.\\t

David Spencer, Ltd.

rr"

1

Lnn-V'n

in

automallea, and some of the machines have many eompartmenU and aeU a grsat variety of articles. Uke bsead. milk, baoen. lea, sugar. Ink. shoe lacen. clgaretlee. sweeu.

light cookfnt.

greatly

Heaton's Music Dept.

LONDON

IN

June

opened

^^'v

for

IS ideal

itaoeB

Shnpi are mid the prOviDTiai ri^if'fl' ihTf- mi \Ut fWIOMnpry There STC mg U dotl'' shilling and knpenr.y and penny bring

LLIXTRlC GKIl.L

pocket,

ujiheTB and men guesU wear tradi' tional full eveninit dreas, either In Top bals black nr tnldnight bhie. »nd uhHf kid e:ive« are right.

LONTXIN,

ytm

The

his

pre-

in their

enjoy the soft mellow entertaiimient of a Victor and will appreciate your UlOUghlluInr';'^

*nd

kly

all

I

prepares

r

SI-.

of Electtksl Oifts selecting gilt to tfa* brido>

pUy

Ncwlywcds. spend

many evcninRs new home, will

U KrT R (U\T( )K

F.

<)tii.

flavor.

See our cooulstc dla-

in

ON USHKlUt

\ NOTV

C

please.

handkrrrliirt

wrax tipped patoD* MatlMr and a top hat.

Ushers and men guests iihould be dressed like the brldegroam ihnuKh IllUe morr of course he may put Into BOCCSBorles. For formal evening weddings, the brtdnrroom and all

I

before

injf

ing

R

K i» ready iti sf'ondi I" make ligl>» *1"P

\S r

in.,

xMihuiit

nUrrrup-

in tneallime t:onveT»aticmi.

tcive»

ITI'R thr /e.^t and cntcnainmeiu of ihc

honeymoon back

tion r

1,

1

loaftt

t

.\<'

c^peci.^Ih

men

meal

entire

the

leaving the table.

a

I'lcctri-

complete

.\

appliances will enable

prepare

he

m

Brown^s Victoria Nurseries UmiUd 61 B

View

Pbonea

8t.

219. 1269

THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA,

June

unleju

ermi.t

hat

JONEJIOWEHS

f^

Day

Bride of Today Can Be AsEv<-i\

in

;i>i.i.-

Loctui '! \

to

Artistic

I'loin

Home

Articles for

'il

cr

briMktiL-.!

tool

1

Itilli^.:-..

i>«Thd]ift

ili^ti,

r,i.

,i

[.riiiii!i>'d

fprta-'iit

For Bridal Cake

t.i.-.

Days The

day

long^ anticipated

a

S'lta

puiuw ^Jio'Aers are exceUeiU lur llie apartment bouae bride, provided her arhamea are known. Oolorad Unan sbowera are good tor bar. too. with different colored sheota, pUlow

Wave

is

simple

A

Hum

i

The rormancnt

Bride mn^^t look !ut best.

by us will last, not only that day but throufrh the months that follow, perfect in dotie

U

every cur! anil rini^It-t. Let nur'^ be the rcsponsil)ility of attending to the most telling point in her appearance.

NOVELTY

r

idirs' l

HalrdrMMn and Pcnaantat W«T«

ort St.

Artitta

Phone 2135

Furs for the June Bride at

SALE PRICES Scrjrcs of Handsome Co«tj, 1929-30 modelft. You cah*t afford to mist this opportunity^B^rjiains^traonUnary.

Fostei 1216

Qovamment

s

Street

Fur Store Phom

1S37

ttiis

.

priced.

mixture aevefal times to be aura that tha ereara of tartar

aM* S«#

EogOsh

English use

lit-

number and

unrefi,

at*-

:i\

bottles

,

^

'

and

with

Is

pastel

fi

Velvet

Woman of 99

aa.TB

Irish

Uncn

kint,

per

Tablectoiha and Six N'ap^

$8.60

set

Linen Tea Towels, each.

30^

and S04>

English

IJemititrhrd

M.T5

sod

er

O

.

Plae HemsUtchc4 FUtow SUpa, per ptir. and

flM

Madcirji

Days

ttmwlatmg

kins,

old

old.

lady.

Bft

at*M

resHv for

Ctuhions.


Han for

!

-r.tnlirnidered

Tea Nap-

«2.60 and -.._«X.a6 Clotbs.

$tOM

72 X 90. each Smaller sisea at modente pricca.

slie

at^iKF.

loOons.

of

Bod-

Vtfatad

Sfips, pair,

Hand-Uade Cream Sardo Lace

BHlRBROOn

Que., June 1.— In the college town of Lennoxville, where many retired professional men spend in lovely surroundings a peaceful old age, Uvm Mrs. Avery KcUimi. formerly of Compton, who on May \ celebrated her ninetyninth birthday. In her day she was a brUltant convpi7(ationa!J.>( a Kr«at reader, her muui •-->r*d *ini llnea from Hemck and Chaucer und

prndll

Ui-she/.

all

Color

Colored Border Linen Clolhs with Si* Kapkios lo match, per set __as.BS

Whan

aomoone gave her a oaloaolaite> last year on her birthday, she said: *I think God laughed when be made

Dfiwn Cnmfortrr^, ors,

larifr

and

linr

\sili»

aae.SO.

carl.,

that flower I" Mrs. Kellam maintains that good looks don't mean everything to a woman. "No one evrr rouW have called me pretty. In the «id Yankee .•ense of the word, I was homely.' •lit u never made any difference to my fun! I could cUmb OwTs Head with the best of them when I waa a younK girl, leading the way: and to scrambi" I would have through rook and briar in the short klrta o( tedar. 6aoli fraadomi" aha dell^ita In "^"^^"t and will go as fast as tha ohanlEuer wUl take her, and never turn a hair. But in long Wmter days she takes up her beloved knitting or pores over a book that she likes. She keeps in touch F ill with all that la being written of quips aiul anecdotes, she Uiigti.-' with those who come to talk to her. or listen, but sighs for those of her own genaimtfan who irlU oome no

rjnyr

col-

<\f

^alin [^difU

V2S.OO,

At

vio.so

Colored

»1-4.B0

-

AlUWool

Large range o( Venetian Ijce Dollies and Runners in all sirett.

Hand.iomc Hand-Msde Linen Cloihi and Napkins In all eises. Linen StieeU and &oU»n^darcd Sheet Sets.

kmd

daya, contrtvI used to love UMlltaig mat^Ma— linen c-njoyed them more than any party: card ihey were really exciting at times, with a lasting thrill for the winner, acceptable whoae reputation must be upheld to most brides. Choice iwvder. worthily on the next occasion." Mrs. route. Upatlck. perfumery, week-end Kellarn, aj> Catherine 6tlmaon. was bMHilir ailg and oDloMd crrstal eonlearner hcr-veif for a time, and taman for tba diwlni tabia nafca amust have bf-n a very Insptrtng a very pretty sbower. In matters one. She va.s l]i'>rTi in Stnnstead, thtis pcnonal, guests should ronMiit Que., but OS a child lived near Hattha hosleaa who wtU know the brideley and spent her m;irrU'd Uff In to-be'a favorltea la beau^ articles. Oomplon. Her grandson, Arthur Bathroom showers are glorious Tylee. was commandant at Oamp more. Contact with her vivid personality thlnga today, with the wealth of Borden after serving In tha war. and richly-stored mind gives a new and flowered ihlnga that color Wild lloweia asportally have al- r.p'it In a Jaded youac thing, strugScented salts, bathrofim-^ inspire. ways htid Interest for this very phn? xith tha edtwatton of today. delicate perfumed soaps, color tu! table

Faat

Embroidered FUfow

pair,

holder and other smoking eqo^anent old-time wits. But nowadays It in in Bridge bow«n are her letters tbat 18 appropriate. she most delights not so new. but sre Intirasltag. her remaining oanmrnideaU. Score pads.carxl^. brlclBetftbleooma. WMttng of pioDear saya: pottery appropriately denorated

fMB

Colored Silk Bedapraads. «cb. sprcada, each

cakes.

Pleasures ol F:arly

Q«egt Towels,

palr_«lM

Llseo Hand Tbmlib

Bua

Says Pioneer

each.

1^.

L Kaa

per pair

^^(•8^ whttee of fectly smootii rans 'innl .siirl tw.'itiiic in remaining criyun of Lartiir. Kold into first mixture witii vanilla rose water. Bake In three round o( (ha eama shs^ bat diServut siaes. Bake in a moderate oven, allowing an hour for the larreet loaf, forty minutes for tha aaoood else

tle



Handkcrcbtdi.

and

Colored Bordor

Beat iiard until per-

and about tWItP for tha

Uncn

Dainty

and soda are thoroughly mixed with the flour. Add alternately iritb milk to butter and sugar mixture.

.

.

.

Mrs. Avery Kellain* of Lennoxville, Que.. Once Brilliant Wit and Convrrsarionalistr Writes of

U

The beauty Ahawer

Foster's

.

.

rrcam

&iit

.

slt'vakia lacey linen from France and oilier choice bits from Madeira Islands. Very moderately

flour.

halt Ihf

Mix and

.

IN SHOWER.S

One of tha newest Khowerx that (wp«:ial type of decoration 1* the clothes-Unf iLhower Contrary to lU name, ii merely meanji friends can bring anything thai a miaoellanwaabaa and Inma. It flona gbowar. An attneUve way to arrangt tbla la to biCta a real clothea line hung up aenaHi thedlntng-room, with aU the gUU on It. Place cards, everything and dccoraUoos favors, con play up clothes pUut, and other features of wash day. The bride iihould be ^ven a clothes basket to put her gllta Into A new and very novel shower thia sraaon Is the snoktng iihower. Smoking Jacket, lounging pajamaa, allppera, aah tran fancy colored faga. colored matches, lighters, cigarette

figures

Rctiring-Froin-Business

.

Spelling Bees Beat Jt*arUes

rna'n feature ot the shower.

Alaison Stcadman

uml

.tiul

-..iK

tartar.

i!

-

the world for just such importaiU Tablecloths with napkins to match troin Ireland luiicheon Sets with cut oui crnbrdidcry from Italy towels from Czccho p.nrts nf

in

.iCL.iMoiis

I

demand* an

U9

Sfida,

of

m

umbrella."! 11 p nf ' ca rds of sUun: -m; Ml. randy or nut boxes are Ifood with these. Cornucopias, beU*. ihlps or other ngiirea that cotjlaUi Th« decorated KtftA are good. tcm. \.s\b\c in pretty colors Lt usually one

MiK

sifted.

cases and towels sirened. Silver, Hnea crystal, kitchen and all thr> nthrr old-f.vihloned showega

our fine colhave civ-

take g^reat pride in presenting? lection of briciat linens that

% ^

Bridal iliowBn an one tndlUon arr .i.s \in.u\ now n.-. rvcr. One ilaBtfy that no ana vanta dfaconttn aad- buys nvxlern vrrM'iiis. to gat ready. A n<:» tuiirh ui ;.howers i.s the tbetn so murh. maRif louDi oi rnlor H4-1 rcshnicnts PMliapi tbla pleaaure lies in \iv now match the linen on whirh they esM-nriHiiv fact Cbat ibowan arc are served, the oandlcs tluiL light rimate oalr (rtaodi indulge the tables, the deoocatlva erepe n ni la BO £vei7tUnc about paper and tha omamuita or Oeweea that centre the table. A arwii Shuwtrs seldom arc run ru^ ^urshoTsr, for tnstaace. may swa tat prLfle pariiea in UUa modem itRe. But luncheon, chicken and green pepptr the hoAiTA can have a surprlae in patties with parsley, sprinkled over Uie infCDUity vUh which tha preIt all for color, an avmcado salad acnlB tha brida-Co-ta vttb the girta. plstache Ice cream or a mint and UmhreOu above the table thai wiu ice with cake ice tn K^'^'-n and rain down lov^ irinee are always coffee.—Jtitm nirtiwhwrd a prpUy and logical decoration.

vrived; the guests aucmbk, the prifts are laid out. Of course the

answer

cu;i.s

cups

cup mlUc teamonn soda, tea«oon It egg whltas, h&M. 1 laasiiiMMi vanilla. 1 teafijxon roaa water. Cream butter and gradually beat tn wurm uhK h his betn

i!i

Ttmf a» Mflh fuk And ererTonfl enjoira

has

one-hftlf auflar. l'%

butter. t^L ei^a paatoy flour, a tesipnnna eraam of tartar,

!n'»l-

'.'I'.

s()!iif' aiii.'ii.-il

Linens for the J une Bride WK

Of Simple NmuFe and Two gr^uiAU-d

color

WARDROBE AS THSME WQH:$^WER

',

Recipe Given

1

J rid

ii!i.L]r-.'-ii

.1

n20

Happy Marriages

of

i:ad«eU tbat ai« aoMptaUe. Brides who wfU Uve in an apartment house must have especial ooosldermiion. A modem shower ts good for them. One gue.st mav t;nnft a lampshade, nlhns a-sh trav^ \.i.'Vb. poitr-i-y.

s.sisttd

2.

know the

hostesses

bn
NOVELTIES IN I

Month

Is the

SUNDAY, TUNE

B.C.

Blankets Fnds hounds with fine

i;a'h

are there to choooe. Wanlnbe or cioihee closet showera an gaU Ihlaga now. what with little colored nowva for hatatands, Urda for shoe trefis. rolof d cretonne or eaUoo for drens, ?i\nv. laundry and imgorla ban and a multitude of printed Ct plain colored boxen for whatnota. Book ahowera are dang-

UFE UP VAIiTSE HAZAKDUyS

IS

Fine

Irish 1017

at, ,

per

f aaAa

PHONE 3576

ST.

A

HOUSEKEEPERS OF KINGSTON FACING BREAKFAST CALMLY

Permanent Gift

Telia of Attack i:pen

Bar Daoghler

:i

:

.

For the Radiant

EDMONTON.

churrhmaaihtp. who

British

Junp Bride

I'l pari? n[ China rome to Canada this month Hnw McCartney, to seat them all at table at one tinw breakfast ri!v '.tsy with and to serve them a real had iu>* .srrn lor Is the task that has been facing Mrs MtCaitnF"v ha.i hospitable Kingston for weeks and m. Ihiny-Iour years there and la weriES, but the women of seven Xlnltz-d ronyreiTRtlons In the Umegoing -back after she spends a year stonr tackled

tn

frrl'.

\:

The

:i'-:
'h

live

wan Mrs

'JH'^krr

m

^irruM

v'lo

,1

JUNE BRIDE SALE

kwe 7Z x W.

Linen Store, Ltd.

GOVERNMENT

BecenUy

China

AII-\\'*>oI

valae

pair

Invited

sx'k.

c'"ilnr^

»O.T5, •B.OS liitc Lam me r-

Scotch

IllankctA.

Inspection Cordially

KINOSTON, Oat. June !<—Jlhree Returned Ftnoi thousand raahars a< baoon and 250 down cg|^ might be more than "a dainty dish to '.r-t before a ktne." main di-ih but they are Alta^ JUO* 1.— "Sit- of a breakfanl rnr Uir 1300 Brlt.i',h pUgrtm*. repreaentaiivea of healthy tine on top of a vtricano** is the way an* to

Weman

-

W

.-ihadfl

towelB. wash-rags and mats, prinicd shower curtains and window ourtaUu. colored hampers and so on

tartgc

I'lire in' -or

r''

tthi'iii

Ihi-.

t'-t

\

.'iMi-

J\

with her sons. A daughter, Mn. V. R. Butta. Uvea In Chung King where Igrs. IfeCartney'a home .Is also located, lo tha pruv lwe of Sarchun. 1.800 mUes Inland on the Yangtae fUver. Mrs. Butts met her husband while at coUege In Toronto. A former Braotford and Paris. Ontario, man he is now manager ot the imprriai Chemical Company lor the pro\lncf nf Szechun with hetdquertcrs At Chiung KingAsked tr *tie had t>e*-n in unv of the "Chinese »-an." Mrs. M -Cnrtney said she had never bmi mulcst»d personalty, but felt ruK'-d up-

the problem Men feared that there were not enough grills or gaA platcji In church

have

for a

wrd

Washing

.Machine. This ihr tinir lli.it the vouncf people arc building their homes. Beatty forms a solid foundation for future h^ippinrt^ Our way solves many a do

kltcheoii to cnok. that mrnl quirklv, wltJ> it* pilei nf Uw.' rnlLs butler,

M

gallon."; nf roffee and p*illA of marmalade- and Jam. and, above all. the bacon and eggs that a real Bntuh appeute, mulUpUed Umeii. 1.500 would require after an overnight

Journey from

N .inspir.ilion

din(f gift that will pivr constant srrvirr .Tnd plra nr<' to the recipient is the HeaU\

vruj;-

ti

i

i

A

HaotUion. *Bnk the

meslic problem, l^vea many a happy hour of freedom.

women have taken on Che Jobnothing daunted.

FREycu funis takh FOREIGN HUSBAJSDb

on on OOP occasion lo ded iid Iter husband with a revolver wh<^ii r TORONTO, Ont.. June 1.— Miss \r. threatened group of Chinese Aline Chalufoor, wbA addressed the Her the river. In throw lUm Heliconian Club the other day. waa qnlU recently was the vie- with the department of French ai she was bnten the University of Toronto in 1921-23 Ilk a mHaa. and thrown en the sands of the A TikinK h«nee from old times river when she refused to pay more was Uial French girls were marrythan the standard fare which the ing forelgnen In great number?, man in charge of the boat de- since were at a premium In manded because he niKpncted her France. The domaetic proMema were her on permore money of having often acute, and dlvoreea war* more HBi knowing her to be a woman of frequent, slthough tt rauat be reThe fracax wai vltnr'-s/'d membered that many of these mtallB. from outside her hnm*- by the Chi- apphed to thf people of other daiqnitar tlra

'

<

mm

Genuine matched wnlnut, dovetailed con5tructi<^>n,

^138.50

fivc-picrc suite

One whole

floor disptayiiip

Hcdnxim

in endless variety; green, mauve, vcrtone, walnat, all in stock.

CoBvtnknt '

Suites

ivorj', sil-

Tanm ArranMd— 10% 10% Per Momh

Dcpodit

nVB FLOORS OP PURNITURE

nese itrrvant'' who cue and dpf'-ndrd

rame

to her res-

hrr by getnn* bodily between the bnntman and hl-i until Ji^T- hMF*band arrived. reliable. ' are Chin<- • She had one M<-<. .t.'inry said her houertioM Who, la his twanty-ctiht years of service, haa aavar

frantt

Mm

m

kaan found nafbUbfal. and aaotbar. a woman, haa bam wtth bar 1m twenty

Church

to

To !

Standard Furniture Co.

I

thv Ministry

Adrr.Lwion of roriOKTTi, Jan> f r; in the Anstlcan min!.'
.r

I

;irobl«*ni8,

tif

719 Yates Street

to

There wa« trrmfndou* literary actlvllv and a great r*-llgiww revival at the present lime in FYance nr.d the country was cuUig through a period cC abarp eontraala. aocteUy. MOaetaaajr and montlly.

Flowers

Still

Bloom

world

i^-nrf

waer with

talllaura

Evenmg

floem

ii

aro

ii..

.IT-

and industrial (onAmong novflUM for day wmr l« some o< the matters to the atutora Kr^ey fln-jnr lrtu,ir!ird by the next Lambeth by AgTte« to match her fiatit I^u>ng. of

c»f

a pcriect-

is built for simplicity iind ^'Tvice. I^t us pro\c il lo you by a pcr'ioiial demonslratitm. VVc are f^lad to show you our models on display in f>ur siorc. Remember our niarhinc^v are lilt" "utcomc of years ol experiment and experience.

When You Buy a

wUdi

has among others, sponsors tnple

raaelved by Right ate. JL F.

in

aalar cflaela,

You Buy

pomiieli

(iuu iL-.^ed

Ooolemoe. noUce

Your Inspection

and ^aila gotu.

umoTM) by aaam Fnla himana. whOe others insist upon wrttaMa bouquets placed slde-ba<:k. aooordiiv to A^es, centre -back Cbemlt, and ahmdd^ or waist froat la tha der-fmi'Jve arheme of other homes. H'wes havr ihe <*mphasis for evening.

'inity .1

Phones 7070 and 7071

who camt tO VMOOe

avoid publicity

Invite

td clrttric washer

BOiriUlfliUaues haw aot been dlsoardid. They u« mtUi for

DUrusi

1

-

countrle.t,

We

This ouisiandinj; cxaniplo

also

blos-

poppy

Phone

M17

Bcatt)

the Best

\A

adicr Store

712 Cormorant atr««t-—Fairfiold

BbUdtef

a4i7

17

DAn.Y rOI.OM'^T. \-ICTORIA,

THI-

in (Jo/c ifgy

Auxiliary

I

Makea Pre$eniaUon

^rhonl,

hiffh

Kirl.''

wll

ii.-'

mil

itll

t

a.-i

A

ii'irsf-.i,

Thr

Ifirty

('I

and biismesa

5^^ilWt

«t VMM > M*lha<«

M

ItiLal

'l^'cn-

1020

2.

DmCTfNI AT KOB 'I''t1

W

KI

;i

Hi'tUgf r liie* ii.iinou.i'.'.fr Uir U:A nv« inuutli». has been ;

smtfib jMnoiar «l H-Ati

SOB,

Dtego.

I

1« quite modrm. !>'(]ay, n.^t ^'(»r^^^^e ts 11 Is a fart .miplf 'I as rrifin rvidenrc to Hhutt tiitii luaii iUwa>.-3 pnaamtu.s devoted hlDiMB to oft inAtter uon ol fooditufls; to think nv«c« Mlitt «• of. And tbst thif bud dtven i!'

the



oJd

IT-XK

!>A^\

u clock.

;

.

U

WarWifnising, iifH'

Sr\

MkMWr

me

BlUe the

»mii>ii!i(i iif

C.

Xavier CugaL and bla BpanLsh i n cticstn eatertata o«V fOciJ and K^Hc Monday Mtt al 0

of mm CHrk' 1(1 riA working lor tlie Junior W A. Obw and JUntar of St have ralaed nearly tsoo a year for UarTB. Oak Bay. bald » piente at the mlaalnoary oauat. lilas CUbbom Oplanda Beasb ea Tbiiiwlay n»de the* preeentattoo en babaU Haw evening and preoenCad to Mrs! K of the flrls. injii waiiig tbelr tbanka P Ijjvi k |>ifi-p of pntterv «.* h to Mra. L.aycock for what ^e had i.-k'-M app't i^HuiJ of llic work done and regret that they were cornni^n-l»ny shtit-rii (litlUii with the lo^iUiK hr-r witfi her removal from

A SCIENCE

IS

B

been attended by uatverMttf, nonna]

'



)

m SBaday Bombiai^ met baa

Bible egqlaily

'fTie :

claaa.

has

wtiicli

Oak

luitabijr

B.iv [>ar:>h Inr Kift wai We raapeotfntly auoeat that lollu acknowledged by the r«- ivond as mi«b ttna paaettotat rattIfMn at ttey do «uinllB« bbiout tt.| ,

Uw

wbM

m

mttoodi oompatlblt with the oountrf In which tbsr Bvcd. of stcrlnc

fnU^

food, either drytnx doing thr ni>»h of ^&nt% nr MJli-nirliii; Il^h. rti;

on!v

Featuring Great Values

RAYj (OLi

hv Monni^ (nr protli or orniiicrrhil y.tin. atid l« an Impor,>"r:hii!(' ^hhi to tnn^wrtfttlon. tv .'i' pi-niiic on the tree miut be ;.;
m

THE

ffntDB.

imllhn n"f

ho-*i-vfr,

W.irt- hi.iL-itj:; -t(].f!

t

I

an Mtoqnste w com position.

M

wh wt, to ansctthus df^-

t

Perlahablee stond In a cold storvse warelioiuK* are kfT>t rrr?!h until the ownrr la r*adv to handle hLs product, or the arrives ship or car rrfriRf ration «h: very nature or construcSanll«ht is tiufi of the buildings. the Important factor In reetortng con
Thf

Cotton Wash Fabrics All TliLi

fwhlt

air

the-

of

a.i

is

values ofifcred.

it

Printed Crepes

plaot), or

rested.

foOows that

It

fceeplni;

th"

air

ysrd

Ilfimlbags Of genuine grain

irr r-ruahlng equipment la etpaMe of fifteen tons per hour. The plana and speclflrati'^ni for this plant were recommendr.-i t>v Mr

Rz-friepratlrur

tan as the important

New Ensembles

Smart Afternoon Dresses $12.90 and $16.90 wear and for more formal occasions. sports and afternoon.

Fleit.

The

in chiffon

an important

p;irt in

of rayon

to lira. Flett, paat preal-

$8.95 to

silk

with

dainty

lare

yokes

in sev-

slyirs

rnlorintrs

7»<

and futuristic 96^ and f 1.^

in floral

89f ,

,t

\

sunni.

Nile

r c

h

A

inches wide.

V

/

h'linijt

aiixiUnrv

Lr Ho\

State

President gather-

ng and rnnRrn'ii[ftt.d the ladles on

a

full

r,Tn;;e

yard

pragraiironf: Buek and wing uip dance. Mlaaco Barbara Allan, Irene

SUk

\3rt1

1

Rayon

Step-in

Pantecs,

attrac-

tive y trimmed I

lace,

with

^how

n

tinis

and

t>\



1

Holmes and Vara Kolaea; bonattt dance. Dorothy Peaooek, Owanle Penrock; hayseed danoe. Miasm Bar. bHrn Allan. Irene and Vera Holmes;

Extensive Selection

of

Kilet Net. in

Sweaters

with

tong

neck,

Oowe: «ong. Master K,arand Mnstir Richard Hratoo. .1 s^'hoHcld W&& the accom>

Mr

and

75^

»

tat Stow

Onc-Piece Rugs Priced .to^.iM«ta| {Tfaem Exceptional Values

Beaidiful

A

any defect

Size 0

ft.

Size 0

ft.



Rug

Jacquard Scamlc>s

against designs.

that will last a lilctirae guaranteed material or workmanship. Beautiful

in

X 12

$

ft

X 10

ft.

6

lie

altpmoon

V

-miMar,

m ijmt

I-jiKli-,Ii

six.

Plain or

tive

rosette

AocommodaUons

Size 9

ft.

X \Z

ft

9

ft.

X 10

ft.

Size

Shades

mre

jade,

silk

csmel, shrimp, scarlet

Ward Four Rmtepaym

and

tan.

6

splendid de<;it^s.

in

$150.00 f 137j50

in

eratccL

danrtoas .

-

--

oaa be op-

in

i-i

j

Store Hours: 9

superior (quality. Size

9

ft. ft.

AM.

lo

'.

f

witli

shades of peach, pink

Modern Hand- Loomed Rugs, colorings

».f

.

W^Hn^^fUv,

I

Si/c- 2 to

6 years

Each

P.M.; Satorday. «

905.00 9754»0 producing; the effect and

priuiine Oriental.


n

X N

ft.

Jin...*135.00

$105.00

ft

P,M

Very Beautiful Chemically-Washed Rugs, having the fine lustre finish of the real Persian designs in copie.i of Oriental rugs. .Si/.e8fl.3in. X 11

satin tiize

.S

It.

Size 26

6

in.

in.

x «

x 54

ft. ft.

6 J

m

in in

$179.50 $89.00 $10.50

Waar. Ut ftoor

PENCER M IT eo \l

X 12 ft.^^ X 10 ft 6 in..^

ORIENT RUGS

ft.

enibroider\

silk

'

BARRISTAN RUGS

shown

—OaiMfM 4

JM «

m

web

and

$3J95

"-iJiK

of

frill.s

ribbon trimming:

-i

number

net

$5.50

8.

liam J^rdon. of Kahwji ("ntr. perfrrt,*d a devir* by vltich iln'/^ nuJin wave, mirh iw If ti.*---! broad^-jutiinc ran be made to operate tuechar.;r,i; devlres By uiing dilTerently pitched souodik a

to

Each

Orr^'ics arc

\'erj' lovely in

^*

'

\ oile

and primrose with rosette and

Priee

Tlir monthly meeting of ffaantfh Wftrd Four Ratepayer::' AaooteUon wlU be held at MahvQU

,

Shuwn

trimming:.

$2.95 l-'inc

for

Of

peach, blue, careen and prinirusc.

Clarke. Br^ at the tajga.

Wednesday. June

two

with attrac-

frilly siyles

and around neck.

half a doaen guaata le available, and can bt had by appMnc to Ux%,

({."i.OO

$137.50

in

Oiu' I'lccc Rup?

Size 9

will delight the little girl of

sleeves

contrast iitg

will leave

Ooverrmient Street headquarters 1.30 o'clock.

itt

Thcv

I

SEYMOUR WILTONS l-'inest

$1:95 I'air

stripes st bane, euf fs Nirn.ber* of fhe Udlen' auxiliary li piv II vnlt t/i rhe Nanalmo Aerte liif rfny

shades of blue. rose, mulPunfast

and.fswas 50 inches wide.

A y***'-]-?.'

ARDEBAL

n k.

and

Dainty Dresses of pastel-tinted voile

Vint. Mrff

rhUi

llaar

orchid^

stmni

while.

lai rtoar

Nicclv-Woven

berry, gold, green

and tnbfast

lad noor

p.ietrl

111

peach, Xile,

—Orkpcriu.

UUa

Sunfast CMMTiain Neis

Of Superiifr Quality An

For ihe LUOe Girt

Wool

aad

49^

of plain shades; also stripes and .Vi inches wide. eJEceedincIv

An

'lUc

i-d.

LJiarming Frocks

Vull'Overs

At the close ol the hiwlneiw seaHtoQ a conoert was held «ith the followlnc artMi ODOtribuUng to the

Deaa^ sports wear; 36 hi rastcotors*

CANADIAN SEAMLESS WILTONS

English

afldr<^if.l the

and

RAYON SILKS In

inrhr^;

.V>

.ir1

an-l

^ta^ie-

The flowers were presented Mr* Clarke. Sr-chaplam of the

Indies'

A TSnl— 40<^, usif

finfc finish,

especially ior outdoor

&i{;rned

blue. jade, ;

sironj: tcxtnrc.

office )fy

and designs.

and

Seamlebit Carpets

.nnd

pink,

o

Rose

$16M -Huaasrr.

shown

A

i^hown

white,

peach,

^.25 Each

Trimminp. tliis sca-^on, is particularly intriguing, and may be bands of vari colored cbiHon, lace, fascinating little flowers or wide velvet ribbon.

d«M, and ICra JOnea. Junlar paat president as a token of thMr untiring efTnrtfl during their term of

Of

Scotch Madras, with cream kt'"'""'! and all-over pattern, with sunfast colored flowers in rose, mauve, jjreen or blue; 45 inches wide. yard. fl.lO

patterns,

Fashioned from sheer silk fabrics, mohair. Incc or finely woven straws, these hats show wide, drooping brims that frame the face becomingly and complement the diaphanous Summer frocks.

the past presldraL following ofticera were toMn. Brlggs, vloe-prealdent

n

Fine Sports Suitings

COTTON BROADCLOTH Circ.it v.ilue,

I-ImT for F ummer frocks

a5<, 50f and 75<

vn-rfv

SOr,

Silks

Lingerie

rral

recent arrival.s in our MillinSalon, and leads in popularity for the formal occasion.

fftnlied:

sh:ir|r'<^.

Imporied Floral Madras

in

hat plays the most

ery

Mrr Clarke. Sr. chaplain; Mm Entd rir.rke. secretary; IfUa McCormick, tir;t.
In

Rayon

fine quality

Larger The wider-brimmed

l^lm*

A yard

-iO
Oeeda

Frocks for

Grow

s

t

In a great range of colors.

\

effect-^.

Silks

With a mercerized finish. Shades rose, tan, na^'y, hUck, white, pref-n .t'-1 !'-,in\-e wiHr.

9St

Fancy Voiles

A

y

y»wt

PUin Shade Voiles

Silks

Of superior texture, designs. yard

or serv-

$2.95

Aa Summer Advances

«u U

piM gu ted

In suntan ^hnrlcs,

ice weights.

Nightgfowna

II a

Fancy Rayon

Hodery

ranjfc from yellow to rosy sun tan. Materials arc crepe dc Chine, Hffht tweeds, flannel, kasha. chifTnn and f^oArVrotte. Ensembles for sports

:

# A



__59^

blieer Silk

Shades

ftttana tftefeed pntff»nt of tba LadlMf AnllUvT of tbe ^ na Atrl* Mo. TJOX. at the liar meettng hdd tai the Iwta^ Hall. Oovemmeni Btreetv on Friday night, Mrs. MabBoo aueoeeda Un. J.

Fancy Rayon

at $27.90

7ard.....a8f

Silks

Patterned with stripes and checks. In fMStel A yard.

PRESIDENT

hw Aulttary of Victoria Aerie

Rayon

Patterned with large and small check yard

most cocn-

'^T.tnNMi Is Cbivi^n

Mra

allows

cvwy typt

mofit modem, and most ml(\ stOrafO plut OD the

'

it

A

A yard

varied colored stripes.

and

Fancy Rayon

Summer. But

attractive leeway in the

EAR ALAIUAHK Ir».

Plain Shade

75f

mlor

for

an

'.'tentlflr

m

$L30, $8.50

Rngtneeni: result-

the rrfrtion of the

us

Witchley Prints Shown in small designs snd very appropriate for children's wear. Printed Broadcloths I'or shirts. r'ajam.i5, etc., in

interpretation of the term, for there are shades ol

Tniit4tute of Refrtgermtlon.

pipie.

39f

'

..

.

Light or daiHc colorings; 36 inches wide and excellent quality.

and member of the American Sodety

.1

complete

shades

——

.

.

the ensemble.

In Suntcui bliades

i

of

At, a

Printbd Broadcloths and Piques Patterned tn floral and conventional designa on light and dark ba4fgmttnr1< " a Tard „. .;

The mndc agrees on sun-

C Fmnklln. general miir. u'-^r >^f I the Montreal Hartxir Comniisjuonftrs Cold Stomt* PlaaL and carefully checked by X>r. F. Plaok. pn riaeni of the Tschnlcal Untranl^. Karlaruhe, Oermany; dtrecior of the Oermnn

leather 2n suntan

Smart Apparel

ntUway or frsisht

Rpii.r (.'{ r>oofK)0 cTibic feet, with rorkboard Insulallon. Ice will be mannfactanxl at the rate of thirty Coos per day, and la Convenient available at all times. farihUes are installwl for conveying to oan, bucks or shlpa, and the It

beautiful color combinationa.

at ,

rresh In the roonu. in such a pUni Ri thnt of th? VlctnHa Cold StnraRe nnd TfTfiMnal Wnrt-hrnw Company. Liniiti-d, at OcdPn Point., pre-servej! thp iiatiiriil bktotii of fniH^; and applefi. for example, arc not subject to cold Btorace roL The Vlctarla COld Btorace plant la readily aiwIMw. altber br water. truck. The build tnit In constnietad of tbe best matrrtalt. most modem design, and is the profhirt of years of sdentlflc rcmirrh h: ih>- leading refttgeratloa The biilldtnit exper'.-i in rue world. five Ik over 7Sn 000 rtiblr tif-l In storev: hich. with tntal rcfrtgctratkm

many

In large and small block patterns and

Mb my

mark that the foreign particles In the air which feed the mould sporai are oxidized by ocume, and development of moiUd la tacc'A\<\;- as-

Week

Commcncinj^ Monday, the Wash Fabrics Section on the Main Floor, will be one of the very interesting departments of the store. Interesting, not only in the great beauty of the fabrics and general attractiveness of the departnumt in preparation of the event, but intensely interesting in the

not economical h burdens tremendoosly the freexuu; br atUMnc the latest tnvebtloo, namely, the rtftnf oione marttfne. Onne baa been proved the oorrecttve ractar. aari baa Iba ablbty to keep the air ewael and eronnmlcaUy. To expiate (be effect of meam. on mould. U Is only necessary to reair

For Summer Frocks and Costumes

^

keeping rooms ran be overcome in ejtiifT by circulating fresh

difflculty

m two ways

In

HE

r

DAVIDLIMIT

J ftpj

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