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I'lic fire department was called out in the belief Windsor Castle was afirs. 25 CF'.— Lack of adequate t Mnaporta tion facilities is "one Rreat obstacle" to development of Britiah Columbia s Northern minmg districts, Hon. His natural kindllneaa of heart and hla honest desire to do his best in the position, led iilm into many curlou.s silua M lenir Service tor All Typ M C. Mae DOWELL N mr MBINO — leee dmsim s^ nr ATi NG K 4US SPECIAL SI 35.00 ,.$79.50 Antique firandfather Strike A $100 F. His Honor tlie Lleutenant'Oovemor expi pleifsure ta once more being present to help with the celebration of "The Immortal Memory." The poet Bums was e.iteemed the world over, and most deservedly. His merciless wit was a Lso fed by his impatience with the political claptrap of the day. for insisting that the Scot wore kilts, this, according to the Scot, being the plural form of the word. " this tinguished naturalist were close friends and fellow students In theh* early da\.s in Scotland ENDED DAYS IN HAWAII Born In Scotland in 1799, Dougla.s wa.s an indefatigable traveler, and gave his life In the Interests of science, ending his daya in the Hawaiian Lslands, where tablets to his memory liad lieen erected in the famous Kawaiahao Church, thirty- two years after his death, Mr. 71ie spe:iker .t Im) bru^fly .sketched the life of hiot up the St. Siib.sequently, he under- took extensive botanical exploration In RMSSla and Siberia, and Ui 1844 he brought his family to Canada, where he continued to reside t^t U his death in 1886. SIR JOSEPH BANKH The part played by Sir Joseph Ban Ju in botanical exploration dur- ing the latter part of the eighteenth century . juit ahovr Po» i ll ihr priad-, p M Siorri tnd Thriirei air «iiliin •■•T wa Uunf Jititiue till (lie lr^»«_«/»|^\°NUnd8ay: trea.surer. advance point of the Invaders northward drive to- ward . Mackenzie Klnj said, or "or maybe not at all " RKFRAINS FROM COMMENT • But I_ feci auite sure It will, ' he added, refraining fran eolhmentlni; on reports from Toronto today qiiot- Ing Premier Hepburn as saylngjhui provincf^ nni ^;l^;n« bi,i iik'M , ,ted to rooftops lor a glimpse of the ruddy glow wliich led many to think half the dty was al)laze. Much as he hated hl.s position a.^ gauger, he yet was able to extract from the work some gems of wit. Grant, who made a genial chair- man and toastmaster. ^ Englishman to talk, nu- It was no uncommon thing for Bums to form himself Into a sort of advance guard for the warning of the poor folk whom, as excise man, he would p r e e e ntly have to raid. Highli Kht-s of the life of David -has been done -since then WOULD EXPOSE VIVISECTIONS Militant Action Agair Practice Advocated at Meeting of Society morously. The first man to dlreot attention to rubber, Sir Joeeph Banks jalso waa the flrat to advocate, the cultivation DO¥^NTOWN Qa^S(.

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MILD CHEESEv 19' JELLY r VAUGHAN'S 19' ORAh TGE ri KOC TEA Bulk 39*- VANILLA Chef TOILET TISSUE NUGGET SHOE POLISH 9' CLEANSER PEANUT 1 PORK AND Pl ITTFR 1 BEANS 13^ 1 7^ ONIONS Per Lb. 7c the Victoria branch was the first or ganleed In Canada. ani|^ botanists the world over, was nppnrcnt that In in (.„■ OUT. T'^l'^ I P«»nt« concerning the work Lr^' r'** ' of D»vld Dougla. 44 Oovenjment Street, at the age of ninety-six years. Ont , for many y»^rs moved to this city ten years ago. U "in formal conferences" wltli Canadian R D Harvey, president of the asaocutlon. glow, bathlnc snow clad mountain tops in Au.stria and Swltaerland, wa.^ a beautiful sight, but firemen turned out to chase non-existent fires. word.s "And the land that ha.s adopted u.s." this expres,slnn the sentiment of gratitude of mofii Scots toward any country to which Uons. MUSING EPITAPHS Ph Upo U aaserted He also spoke of the League of Nations, which he declared had be- come an Impossible Idea wlien it up with the Veru Ules Treaty and 'its outlandish terms hi- fllcted en Oermany" It wa^ tlie refusal of former Pres- ident Coolldge, of the United SUtes, to make any more loans to Germany shortly before 1929, that was really r»^s! Many see beautiful sight The lights were clearly seen in Italy, Spain and even-Olbra Har;-Vliei. His Honor specially thanked Pipe-Major Don- ald Cameron, who liad pli^ed him In with a tune which he, the piper, had himself composed and dedi- cated to Mr. other speeches that followed were in proposing and responding to- toaata..^ Colonel Roea Napier and Attomey-Oeneral the Hon. ' Land of Our Adoption," the proposer supplementing the title by the. In referring to this aspect of Bums, the speaker quoted at length from the "Political Catechism." witli its Intenselv .sai- rjistlc answer. to the riues Uon: "What Is po Utlcat" he had written: "Politics is a science which by means of _nefari'on pointedly "left applicability at the time to the nurilence." A. And no Scot ever thought of wearing more than one kill at a time, any more than any English- man thought of wearing but one Lawrence River, along the north- ern sliore of Lake Ontafio and Against through the New Eng Und States. during li Ls term of offlce, as local Judge in the High Oous(-«f-Ontarto. ■toetrtc ^^Oenarol Motors , 4-1 17 }] 4 Hi.' i« 1 211 3 4J t ll4-« ia-ii'i«l Most foreign dollar bonds, includ kng Japan 5 1-2's. lossea-were extended to aa,qiuclt.a s 2 points late today. attract wti n a block of 5.000 shapes of Industrial Acceptance Corporation changed hands at 39 1-2, Invohing nearly 150,000. Ar-two-polnt loss came out for Price ^rdthers preferred at 47. Alberta^ 6 ' , Alhtr U t'« (Burni Si wai'.i«j L«ht.

Quiet buviu K brought a narrow' gain to Ho Mtngw^ar^^,""^ * Ncw Mft M LINITCi Bond Quotations Albert* 4^ Albrna 4 , Albrr.a i .

Bi it Ti'li-tnton V Brurk 8l U ' "■ Canada Northern Power Sftarf Maamships I "J V Canada Stn7n^lp..t.

Canadian Cehinisi- Canadian Pariflr Rniluay T70minion Toal tc Steel I)omin:oii Cosl ft atoal.

P\meral services will be tield Thursday afternoon at Sj SOj Q'iiiock in the s J. What the committee's plan Made dtiring the a lterno on, the representations were fo Bow M at - night by a delegation of teaefaers, who met the ooramlttee, privately.

City school trustees asked for the amalgamation, and compiained of greatly |^educed provincial gr«At B. In the Oppoaitlon terest In a oompofttc high »chooi memb^Ts- iqm Ii at the Ugtdatlve Bu ilding*. Two Hamilton lawyers we re ap- pointed to the Wentwortb Oounty Court. i Rira sri' t K AND aro Ni T \\ \ \ \ ^noi I III K Ml r TON. ; With the light selling believed to i or»nby Copper — sr— eo Bir -matolf from diy-to-day If"" M"*»ni Dnunius Aircraft Dupont Eaitmaa -Kodak .

FREE IJTERATITRE The association, due to the gener- ous donations received, was able to send out a good deal of free litera- ture to various institutions, MT. in anlma Ls and ANT«JAL RBPOKn other natural phenomena. and Mr.r Butl^rland Brown rf this dty, and head of the local unit, was elected flrst vlce-jfrcsident Otiier officers named were: Torn Mflb, North Vancouver, aecoiid vlre- president: R. New Westmin- ster, third vloe-prealdent and Maior J Fades Ward .secretary treasurer Alderman Halford Wilson ad- dreeeed the eonvantlon and we N corned the delegates j .s .scarfe past prealdent of the Victoria club.: blood ind rid the system of jwisbnous accompanied Brigadier Brown as the Impurities which cau.«e serious and Victoria delegation. Department's radio dlvisi^iri .ui- nounced tonight seventeen - «nrli- dates have been awarded cem...