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They moved hither and thither on the lawn and thronged the temple eteps. Acting Premier DIaappn Inted The statement at Paakatoon of Hon. France and Bei- Crium were hifjhiy satisfied with the progress made.

At i o'clock the grounds r •ii'- tampl* were alive with swarmn of turbaned, bearded Hindus. Tonight it was stated that the Premiers of Cireat Britain.

acting Premier, that he was diaappetnted at the fail« ure of the beer elauae la eaueing con- siderable romnifnt and the poesihility is freely dl»" nmied of the government reromn T'ndlnn siimf measure |iis of sr- I iirlti K It could havp a systrm of • trlrtly regulated licensed premises. is net bound to sny definite line of aetlon through the pteblaelte, and It la expected to seek enlightenment from provlncoe with experience In the mattera with which it now miiob«ion today, a prominent m^-mber of ibf I'rovlncisl prohibition iirsa ntxat Inn, spent the second :lay of the interallied conference at work in the committee rooms in Downinp Street.

One Important phaee o' the con- ference work, tbat of p^rfeciin R the organization In 1 ('oiin- vi\ During l-:igli Ue«i — i'uiirral Mr.

William Wilaon, a reaident of Victoria ever alnce a aaillng veaael brought him and hla two brothera around the I^orn In the early 'aiztleo, died here yeaterday In hla eighty- third year.

The fttneral wl Q take place tomor row afternoon at I o'deek from the ft. gr VAlt T Maa LABKN Britlah avuter; wh» wttii hla cein Maleaa baa baan leeatad la ee« •( the Ker Ua greee ef iataada. The ptieu of the round -the- world planes will remain In Rrou Rh about two daya Ther will then return to Iondon while the ma- chlnee are being overhauled. a thee- reiirai eection devotod to the meet «frectlve demonatratlon that Immod- est drees ia really allly. and a prartical aertinn I devoted tn (he aelual ieeigning of at I tractive faahiene 4eal Baae an a#t«-unn.

He waji at one time an aetlve member of the Pacifle Club. & file ll«llneww Wonid Knonumgr Cam- paign i MMgetmeid by Catl Mlle Secretary of State for Colonies Advises Ottawa of Consul- tation Held and Decision Arrived At BRITISH AVIATOR IS FOUND SAFE AT ISLAND OF URUPPU Japanese Destroyer Picks Up Wireless Prom Steamer Off Southwest Shore of Island, Where Mac Laren and Companion Had Made Landing in Bay After Hop-Off on Wednesday TRAWLER laiii PVAL A f SIBERIA PORT FOR COAL Dominion Steamer Preparing to Take Up Search — American Fliers Arrive at Brough and Will Await Ovcrh:uil of Machines Before Proceeding on hinal Leg of Their Journey MAJOR A. Over memt M^ of the church had oi Rnined their dlaapproval of the union unor. The aame Am-'nran and lirltlah offlelala who vaterday welcomed the American mere to Borland w Mied tlieir gueeta a good Journey. — Pope pjoa, hav- ing heard of the eampalgn inaumrai ed by the Catholic Womert a nioceaan Cluha airainat Immndeat dreaa for women, haa decided t n offer a medal to the rluh evou n r 'if mnnx attrac- tive modeat fashion In women's clothing The eonteat for the medal la divided Into two seetlons.

One of the moet Important enntraete executed by the firm, which wee known a* A. Wllaon, waa the Inntallatlon of the plumbing Wft- tem of the New Weatmineter aaylum. ^^■|Illon nerved aeverni yenm on the fity Touncll and waa of the Kire U ardena' Committee. ■ Thort- rir*" at Ira.-^l 2.000 mrmbpra of ttic church In the city, also nlgnl- fled their dlaapproval of th«ni li.v ih*- Senate Kiviti K lo congreaai i Dn.-i In Canada the rinht to vote thomnelvea Into or out of the pr9poaed union, recofnlaed the tact that a Praabyterian Church will continue In Canada, deapite the union. the Haida will xteam toward Aitu Ialand and aaalat the Brltlah globe filer whe^ ke raanhea that ter- ritory. h;«d hern lor^ted after h:iving lirrii ml Balna In th«» Kar Kaat for more than thlrty-alx houra. He explained that he had a loo*- dle Unee flight, and probably halted at alternate baaea for Kaa and oil CHOTr6-mlle hop. Grey flannels in a wool and cotton mix- ture $5.00 Grey Uaaaels of pure wool.

later moving the entabllah- ment to View Street, but they retired Irom active charge of the buaineaa long ago. D., preaident of the T'rp.tt^vtc Tien Aaaoclatlon of Mrlt L^h Columbia. Jaljr 17 — Klying from Croydon thla morning, the American aviatora on their around-the-world cruiae reached here and prr pared to content lh^ni«^l\ ea w\liitiir Htuarf Mar- Larrn. nn hearing the report, aaid he had never doubted for a minuu that the Britlah flier waa aafe. v Vc arc showing a roo.l assortment of flan- nels in ^icy or while- ilannels that are well tailored for permanent tit and shapeliness. Hla two brothera, Alexander and Thomaa, predeceaaed him. For a long lime William and Thomas operated a plumbing tinsmith shop on Kroad Btreet. again quit work teday and were ordered eff th Mneen lalaad There haa been no vlelenea en a reauit of tha airlke. LEATHEk BELTS Flannel Trousers Fur Outduur VV ear For tennis, golf, cricket or any outdoor wear, flannels are almost a necessity in any man's wardrobe. Right grandchildren and three great-grand- children are «lao living. mmwi^ STRIKE IN UNION ^M^ (iaikla Thre-aleti l« Call On( All ! after ntrlklng Tuaeday night and being induced to return to their d^tlee. filli OF t ONTINti ENT mm World c:ajnp to ii'^and LOWDOM. — The r.anadi.n Olrl Onldea contingent, inc Uidinx r»pre«'- « . The eaap will he opened with ad- dreaaaa frem OMer fla- TENNIS SHIRTS CRICKET HATS. premier Kin^ i (include ] hl.s aum- mary of the corree;a- patchea placed In the handa ef the leader of the oppoaltlen. July 17.— apread of the atrike of Chlnaae dementlee and em- ployeea of foreign flrma to the anh- wbn of Canton, la threatened. 'he ('hlnejie implored on 8h»meen are permitted to oome and .•re without reatrlctlon B The rhlneae police In the Trench eonceaalon. and which la In ih« o d «t preaent, haa left for th.« World Camp ef Qlrl Guldaa at Dox- leaa*. where thirtyntx nationautiea wtii he praaent la a oamp laatlac a week. The Canadliin (Jovernment had re- ceived a reply from the Colonial Sec- retary that the procedure propoaed waa the beat adapted to the clrcum- ntancea and that arrangemen U would be made to give the Canadian repre- aentatlve full powera. and apparently theae three were to be repreaentatlvea of HI."! 1 t.) follow the practice in f(»r( o at the Parla Conference; that In arcordnnc» with that underatandinr Senator .n. Beleenrt had been appointed rep- reaentatl Ta of Canada, and that the canadlhin Oovernment reaueated that he would be given full powera from Hla Majeaty to act for Canada. .«00 All-wool while serge trousers in a real good weight at. The Uherait hare Ba Jned sun ae- e Cher seat as a f ae ul t of the absentee ved. cabin ami h Iac V: plain or trinimrd with* Iratlirr ir. 11 waa atated thai not more than threa fepreeantattree* of tbe Britiah Bmpire oontd be praaent at the ceaferoaee. To FWtawr Feenaer Praellcv I'remier Kini; h..d replied 'his iinder-standing of this iiie/wa Re waa that the (invrriinient ;»sir. Smri Kaiu 1 1 17 — There in ih'- II use thle K ; i:).' waa be- i I'F n f'c re II' •■ 1 1 1 ni u in between Oovam- r^TTAWA. Premier King replied that h* had not Kcvn the dlapatch. but had Muggeated that the prelim- TODAY AND SATURDAY Another Record-Breaking Shoe Event Every pair of Shoes and Slippers in thi» high grade stock reduced fonthis Great Cteartnee Sale Church's, Sliter*s, Georginis and Empress Fimous Shoes Included Lsdiss' New Susds Sandait In g T«y. To thla Premier Kinp haa received a' reply thanking him for anaaeetlng that aomething in 'he nature ot a panel of the Brlt*ah Kmpire delega- tion might be arranged, and that repre«ontatlon In the conference might te arr-iii Re.l among tha-dale- gatea from time to Um«. Fainiln M«t of IMeviffcn "The vote." the Premier dc(ljip."«, "Will be an entire fulfillment of the Statu5 ot Dominion «) Krprrscntativf at Inlrra l ing Di^ourtcsy Otiercd Cabinel in Connection \^ ith News ot •gy Mac Doagld'i Ha Bc Ding of M kua deri U ad Bif Ilirc J ( (infrrrwr in . fur- ther advlcea from the Hntlah tiov- ernmcnt when Right Hon. lender of the Opposition, read a praaa dtepatch of this morn- ing'a date bearing on tha oonferenee. id in- timated ihiii I I- v.a« i»ot «iliiifacory to the Oomiii ' »\ern ment auch order of procedure na they mlffht aee fit. Conservativ who i«d after the eeaat ef on Jane za hi Two Ttntxtir.) ni..iii»i 11(1 \. July 17.— A vote of 1200 aoa to provide for aaaistanee in tranaportatlen of C^a Jiadlan eeal to Central Canada paaaed the House of Commons this aftomoon. Charlea Stewart MIn N'er of the In- terior, fold the M'Miae lhat ft waa the ' tnl^nlton r-f the drpo rf rn»-nt i , ■ » rry on teat haula of coal to Central Can■ V t 4 dealer* atarted aoll- i •THK DAILY COLONIST. Aloii K with thr deaiir to make the nue^tlon one in line with public opin- ion of the time, J'remler Kerguaon ntates, there la a determination on the part of the government to mako the ballot one readily underetaadabio by the voter. t Rl DAV, JULY 18, 1924 »«TRS OUT Gi Mrur* The Presentation WEDDING GIFT htom the Lodge, Church, Jbcllow Etnployecb, Faimly and Othir loc U t y Group* Prices Cheerfully Supplied on \ ation CABINETS OF SILVEKWA A gift that is more than usriul *nr qua Uty of V. SILVER l AND COFFEE SERVICES A Silver 'l ea Set m --nlii r tlirce or four pieces and dt Kntinif with the tra• Although lie l Abor Pv^r was the largeat party In tha Aaaeaably when Sir Atox- .ind*r took over the government, l: waa decided that tha N«tlonal Min- i Mry dhould proceed with th« bu-i- ne88 of KOvernlng. VTi », July 17 — Trli k bal- lot" chargef, which have renoundfrt from wet platforms ever aince th*« 1*1» liquor vote, will not. peralat from either aide after the plebiscite on the liquor laaua on Thursday, October 23, no Kt, at Ates The and Kmplre today. Ba Udhiir Material af All Prompt Delivery Pho M M4 or S7M Mil U at Garbally Road COAL BEST WELLINGTON I.ump, per ton f 11.75 Nut, per ton -l Ill'BS Victoria Fiel Co., LM.

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