Sever- al time.s the woman i)eered in- tently at the young man, and then at the notice. she blurted: "Why aren't you 'au;\ coiile t." Tlie woman slunk away amid, hearty laughs frmn some twenty- five throats . Aubrey believes that a s^^rei u either loo good to keep or not worth keeping, i jjon — O. • • • Last Voyage still another of tiiat fast-lllmin- Ishlhg fleet er win A, ships sailing . She has a collection of hunting - trophies which, include the skins of two wlldeafi? June is fragile and feminine, in spite of her proficiency with the "shootln* ircaai! she has large ^e eyes, golden hair and a flawless fair complexion Gihe weighs 116 pounds, and is five inehss ta O. an extra girl, plays an important supjwrting role as a trouble-makin K factory worker m the new Bob Burn- star- ring drama, "Our Leading Cltixen," wiiieh Paramount w Ul present for the last times today at the. Court of Appeal Vict9ria Sittings* PLAZA PRESENTS THRILLING STORY Oeorg* O'Brien Hlart in Tlaikor Stampede " Artlon Parhi MI Film Here Today TOMOSRQW! Based upon the htruggles of a young .singer who progre-ws from cheap night clubs to musical oomedy stardom, the' new picture offers l Uss Mar Donald an opportunity to sing everjr-thing from grand opera to ADULTS OAK BAY EVENING 'j HOW FROM 6 30 P m' isst'i r,i. " "Yes." "Well," The Muse sm Ued whim- sically, "doesn t that give you an Idea? "This Increase of almost 30 per cent Indicates Hhat the reigning in- dustry as a whole i.s (•Hrr\iii^; out ita luidertaking to th to 35 per cent In exref* of Uie-^thraexieea X- average for this period." the state* ment said. ~ not ,surpi Lst everything Mayor Telford )iad doiss "lis IST the L'ood of the city " ASKS MAYOR S DISMISSAL (Qeneral Olark, tai'hls summary of evidencr. During the homeward voyage, the ten-year-old daughter of John Hay- by the harborslde Coniple'inn of the Immigration Department s clietk of the survivors showed ninety-fix were headed for Canada and 120 for the. feed and clothe the refugees, and minister to the few injured annong them By nightfall, the job was )ust about done. Irradiated Carnation Milk ihnuld he .^splendid baby food., If contains tt// the ^ food value of svlible cows' milk-^ made much raoce digcsdble in processing — unvarving, no matter where you buy it, and sterilized — and with extrt "sun- . KMH) PRir i:s LONDON,, JUMP-OFF IS STARFEAIUll E Spectacular Finish to Riding Event at Willows Fair Horse Show 5 Tfc§ Niw Vltltf K#cofdt A spectacular Jump -off between R.
How tmfortuhate It would be If the gentlemian once miissed his bus! While his attention was caught by an item on British freigiilers torpedoed w i t ii o u t warning, a sharp-featured elderly woman was to gaze at a notice rallui R lor lecruit.s. "You mean we haven't, any money." his charm - ni R wife correr ted . Bht uses shot- gun and rifle with egual accuracy, an accomplishment dating back to a series of hunting; trips with her father. Callln K for action |«rke(f with tliriiiv and excitement, the leading role to ideally suited to O'Briens talents. "BROADWAY SERENADE" SHOWING AT OAK BAY Jeanette I her f^rst Mac Dcnald appears In solo starring role in "Broadway Serenade," which comes to the Oak Bay Theatre today. compared wi Ui less llian 150,000,000 iwund S- during the same, period in 1931. Many who hoped to lay in sup- plies of liquor before the Impositi Mi of the Federal tax Increaae were dis- appointed yesterday, for the price Increa.s*- of fifty cents on a reputed quart and seventy-five cents on an Imperial quart of whisky went Into eflect in the afternoon, with corre- spondingly higher prices charged for other forms of liquor. Food supplies were stretched until the United Stotes cutters Bibb 1UA Campbell reached the Flint In mid- Atlantic with nebesaitles. the United States freighter Scanpenh, bound for Norway, and from her received surglcial instruments and medical supplies. t-ASK COMPLBTBD All day; from the time the Flint and her escort of- coast guard ships brought In their human freight, the immigration quarters were alive with effort aa of Bdals and relief workers .struggled to sort out. In many thousands of homes ]roa*ll find thit happy coabiaatlon as more end more doctors turn to Irrs- diared Carnation Milk as an ideal food for babies and children.
) the imagination of the liud- lubber, has made her last voyage. The same temperatures were rsglstared at VIetorla-Ctilege. Laming's motor bicycle and the de- fendant's automobile. heading for Monfre:il fn^m England with a full complement of passengers on board, was torpedoed and sunk tqr a submarine. They received treatment In the hospital at immigration quarters. of Sydney, Nil W., one of thase taken to has- piui on arrival. "One woman atripped off her .'klrf and gave It to a eook whp had *onie into the boat wearing only thin imderwear." He said the same woman sat down with the men and pulled at an oar during the seven hours thov* in th Ajj^ts awaited help.
In the' annual Grain Race from Australia, a race which even .stir! AMoaof « u T rrv or tmf ■.««rrv iv « trii mph or JEANETTE ^a^NALO BROADWAY SERENADE Witk unr ATt Bt • Ahs Rf NTrt ' J-f JIt-l ROT f a Viut Self hciuded weather fair or foul, suffering the hardships and indignities of a rusty. nnmplslnfa in fhe hnapt liiat whoienlers and jobbers in ^ some areas are acruniiilat irig abnormal stock.s are being investigated, and prompt mea.sures will be taken- should any ab uses be revo Bled." tuppence a year over his very u-sed to jjpdal all broad par^h, 4a At la.'.t. today recommended that the ask the City Council to deduct from the mayor's 1940 salary aufficient mon^ to pay legal costs Incurred by Chief rooster and other police of Bcials in defending themselves against his charges. Slsai Mbitered--It was discovered early yesterday morning that entry had been gained to the Pantorlum Dye Works -Of Canada, Ltd., at 905 Fort Street, by breaking a i Mge pane of glass on the Mears Street side of the building. Onto Buying Publlo Br Tbt Ccnadlan Preu ' The passing of the five-cent beaker of beer In Quebec, conceded by smaller tavern keepers In Mont- real, today injectrd a nolo of ix\tho.s Victoria's Temperatures — Maxi- mum and minimum temperatures recorded yesterdl^at the Dominion Meteorolocleal Observatory on Oon- zale.s Hill were 66 and 48 degrees, respectively. Coombs for damages arising out of a Qpllisloh at Oovemment and Hum- boldt Streets on May 8 tetween Ux. Every pa.s.senger had his or her perso Twl account, but en this one they all agreed: That the liner Athenia. a Uoc" Iricamln D to help build straight, strong bones and sound teeth. ' Carnation Milk ^ A CANADIAN PRODUCT f/rom Co«»«sf« J Cows* Cmalioa'pua new joy ia (DQo Uii^ dishes callinf for oailk (ioid ntw joy la eating them), and is a money-siiver used for creaming coffee, fruits or cereals. " Ilie Con*- tcotcd Baby" is ttt L Tht big, colorful Carnadoa Cook Bo^ kil Sn. II C»,--The In- formation Ministry disclosed tonight that the United States steamship Black Oeprey was taken Into Wey- hwed to proceed after l U eargo w^a csaralned for contraband.
Ttiey said careful exam- ination of events since Isst Spring wofild indicate Muissollnl did not ap- prove of Fuehrer Hlfl»rs to force to get Danzig and the Polish Corridor.
Interests In Dunean and the Cowichan rii.strict, to discuss the war situation from a local stand- point.
The Fascist editor, Vlrglnlo Oayda, often regarded as Premier Musso- lini's press spokesman, wrote in II Glomale D'Ifalla that Italy's attl- tudf^ would br d' ''•iri M'"by Ital- ian will alone and according to a balanced view of essential Italian interests apd suprftne European in- terests." ■ Oa,\di\s .statement came after re- jieated conferences of British and French sr Abaxsadors with Foreign Minister Galeazao Clano had quick- ened speciilatlon on the course Italy would take. Hodges, manager of the Empress Hotel, and made an In- spection of the hotel and Rroimrls « II •»4 14 1,^ •; i i« .'2 «s'2i i3 1.9 ernoon boat for Seattle ITi IV^'l ? Ouerin ax- 3 40 7 7 9 in 37M 15 « n 3 1 4.5 14 «lj|t Ant •rtvert Ulncr m.,.-, a \i- 1 49 7 5 9 50 4 5 1- 43 (1 1 23 14 3 v ""-^'"K mana Rcr.
NEUTRAL FOR ROME TIME At the time, authoritative Italians that Ii^ihaii neutrality could be expected to continue for M»me time. II Duce said "there I are not pre.sently in Europe problems I big enough, or acute enough to jus- tify war." ASKS POLICE TO END BEAR RAIDS Womafi en Farm Near UHeeei Says Deeen Big Ifeasto Prowling Abeat - Athenians Survivors Tell Experiences on - -Arriving at Halifax Mom Tl Min' ^ fiuie,^ of DUFaled Vwwl^S^'^^J'^'^^l'jr'.'SSr Reach Canada Aboard Freightei^^All Agreed That Shlp-Wat Sniik by Submarine .... W s 10 7 4 10 10 5 3 16 14 9 3 23 31 3 9 Cox, mana Ker.
The , twln she would make her own decision on her role in the war and would define It gradually. 1 3i 10 1 31 3 1 14 M) 7)130 5« 4 0 ucverii were: Irving A.
BBIK CONil DBBBtf Beer, it was ascertained^ remains on a fixed-price basis to the board, and nb increase in thst price has yet been suggested, officials of the board
The possibility of brew- ers abpart of 11 was suggested, but po decision had yet been made known on the point. liowever, tlierr ap- peared to be no immediate alterna- ttve« Anthony Edei^ whe.^was appointed Dominions* Secretary Isst week, is shewn wallraf ^^owtdng Street en Septfrnbii' 5, carrying s dis- patch case In one hand and a gss mask hanging from his shoulder. Cootinue to Filter Through Neutral Sources — Germans (llaim Successes— Paru Says Armies of Poland Continue Resist- ance— -Wanaw Banks Reported Reopened P K- ..
And the pity of 11 i.s that siie can never be replaced, for they don't bidld wind ships for trade any more.— RJi.
bkwn up In the North 8ea by a mine that could not re-ognlze her as a ship of a non-combjitaiii na- tion. Chapman, Sir &nest Walker president of the Red Crass; L. Our family were not far fro^ each other, and we managed to stay to- gether DARK ON DECKS "It waa dark when we came on deck— too dark to di.any markings on the submarine.