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VICTORIA, B. 0. VOL. 31, No. 29 QUESNEL, BRITISH C O L U M B I A , S A T U R D A Y , MAY 4. 1940 $2.00 A YEAR ProspectorMeetsTragic Second Anuual Drama Festival Light & Water Company UNITED C H U R C H NOTES Personal Items Mothers' Day is May 12th this year. End Near Hardscrabble Furnishes Fine Entertainment Equalizes Light Schedule The annual Mothers' Day service will be held at 11 a.m. with the Sunday School and congregation uniting for BORN—At the Quesnel General a joint service. Parents bring your Hospital, on Tuesday, April 30. 1940, Joseph Stepina, who operated a children. ISunday School scholars Publication of the new light rates Cariboo's Second Annual Drama Beath & Sharpe, Quesnel—Won bv to Mr. and Mrs. Ceo. Silvester, of mining claim near Hardscrabble, six Festival is over for another year, the bring your parents. Ralph Williamson. (Play "Who Gets • by the Quesnel Light & Water Com- Quesnel, a sou. or seven miles from Wells, was found three-day Festival coming to a close the Car Tonight?"). In connection with Mothers' Day pany in the last issue of The Obser- • < * • dead near the workiny.s by his wife Saturday night with the presentation Best Diction, cup presented by service a Baptism service will be ver, met with a somewhat mixed re- John Llndberg paid a business vis- on Saturday. The authorities were of tbe las three plays and the final Quesnel Municipality—Won by Rev. held. Parents having children to be ception from the townspeople. The it to Wells during the week. immediately notified and investigated. ajudication by Mrs. Yvonne Firkins, Basil Prockter, Williams Lake.(Play baptized should see the minister Stepina was found lo have compound of Vancouver, Immediately. The baptism will be object of the company in this in- "A Collection Will Be .Made"). Mr. and .Mrs. Tony Woodland uijd fractures of one leg, between the early in the service for the conveni- stance, has been more to equalize Eight Senior and four Intermediate Among those players who did not children and .Mr. and .Mrs. lack An- ankle and knee. The fractures were ence ot parents. the existing rates than to reduce one-act plays were presented during win cups, but who were specially derson and daughter, of Williams so bad that Ihe bones of his leg had mentioned by .Mrs. Firkins were Alary Rev. R. J . Love will be absent for tlieui. Heretofore there have been Lake, paid Quesuol a visit on Sunday protruded through tbe skin both at Hie ihree evenings and one afternoon Lambrltb, of Williams Uike, as Itacji- several days following the services a dozen or more rates iu exis- of the Festival. last. the back and front of Ihe leg. Owing to other commitments, Hon. el in "Refugee Family"; George Gib- on .May 12th when be will attend the tence. One particularly knotty prob- •* • • The victim was wearing high gum Dr. G. M. Weir, 'Minister of Educa- bons, Prince George, as Charlie Clive annual B.C. Conference. Any requir- lem has been that of the service Mrs. t Paul Gauthier (nee Mabel hoots a the time he met with the tion, who was to have officially op- in "The House With the Twisty Win- ing the services of the Church dur- charge which has been levied here- Elliott) and young son. arrived here accident, and had attempted to place ened tbe Festival on Thursday, was dows"; tbe entire cast of the "Maker ing his absence should see Wm. tofore. This has been eliminated en- from Stewart Saturday last, on a a tounieo.uet. made with a shoe unable to attend. Louis LeBourdais, of Dreams," by the Prince George Couldwell Sr.. clerk of the Session. tirely under the new set up and a visit to her parents, .Mr. and Mrs. string, around the injured leg. Ap- AI.iL.A., for Cariboo, acted for Dr. Little Theatre Association; the entire Mr. J. A. Fraser will attend the Con- A. J. Elliott. parently his strength was not equal weir, and officially welcomed the cast of "Tbe Columbine Club on the ference as l^ay Delegate from Ques- minimum charge, based on the vol- lo the task. The coroner's jury and players and directors from Prince Air," by the Prince George Baron nel. ume c.f energy used, substituted. • • • police were unable to find what had George, Wells and Williams Lake. Byng High School, and Bud Mathe- Owing to the elimiiitiliou of the Mrs. Jas. R. Kinley and daughter caused the accident, but it is thought Air. LeBourdais aso read a message son as Albert Bell in the Wells High service charge, those who have been Shannon leave Monday for the coast. that he was hit by a boulder, which from Dr. Weir regretting his inability School production "Not Quite Such They will make the trip by motor shattered his leg and cut an artery, to attend the Festival, and wishing a Goose." with Rev. and .Mrs. Evan Fullerton, lie had bled to death. Amateur Players Report operating at a low service charge will hud that their liglf; aud power bills iu future will be higher. Those Successful Year's Work the Association success. Mrs. Firkins also asked us to apolo- of Prince George. The funeral took place from the who in the past have been paying a • » • United Church in Wells Wednesday Thursday evening three plays were gise for her to Mrs. Mary l^ambrith. high service rate, will find theirs low- whom she failed to mention in the Quite a number of our residents under the auspices of the Wells. presented: "The Little Stone House," final adjudication. This was an over- ered. As nearly as can be estimated celebrated birthdays on Thursday, ISranch of the Canadian legion, and by the Quesnel Amateur Players, di- at the present time the company wili sight, as Airs. Uimbrith as Rachel in among them being C. D. G, R. Baker, burial took place iu the Barkerville re-ted by S. Allen; "The Teapot on "Refugee Family" and Miss Ferguson Mrs. G. Kelly, Dr. Dr. •Sumner and Al embers of the Quesnel Amateur take a loss of between three and four Mary Anne Donnelly. cemetery. Rev. Dobson officiated at thej Rocks," by the Quesnel High Players met in the Cariboo Hotel per cent from commercial users due the funeral service. School, and directed by Miss Pat ran a close race for the Individual Sample Room Wednesday evening to to the changes in tariff. Domestic Jim Henderson, Imperial Oil Agent, Gwyer, and "The Singapore Spider," Lady's cup. conduct the annual meeting of the and power rates will remain the .Mr. Stepina leaves his wife and by the Williams La!:e Dramatic Club, Following the adjudication, mem- organization. Main business of the Prince George, was a business visitor nine children, residents of Wells, to same as formerly. In this part of the district during the mourn his passing. directed by Mr. de Montmorency. bers of the Cariboo Drama Associa- evening was the election of officers tion held their annual meeting, when for the forthcoming year, which re- The Company has stated that the week. Jim was having hs troubles. Quesnel Funeral Directors attended Friday eevening's plays were "Refu- present tariff has been levied as an gee Family," by the Williams Lake plans for the next Festival were sulted as follows: due to the gas war in progress. to the funeral arrangements. experiment, and the rates as set out Dramatic Club, directed by Frances made. First business was the election • • • of officers for the forthcoming year, President—E. E . Gray. at the present time have not yet been M. Roberts; "The Maker of Dreams," Vice-Pres.—Mrs. A. E. Boyd. approved either by tbe Village Com- Dugald Campbell, representing Marguerite News by the Prince George Little The?..re who are as follows: Association, directed by Mrs. C. J . Hon. Pres.—Hon. Dr. G. Al. Weir. Sec.-Treas.—Mrs. J. Freeman. missioners or the Utilities Board. If Executive—Jas. Kinley, D. F. Mc- the present system proves satisfac- Canadian Linotype Ltd., of Vancouver iFrederickson, and "Heaven on Earth," Hon. Vice-Pres.—J. Gray Turgeon, visited Quesnel on Friday, en route Neill, Len Harper. tory and consumption of energy in- by the Quesnel Amateur Players, di- M.P., Louis LeBourdais. M.L.A., Maj- to Vancouver from a business trip to The regular month-end social eve- or L. Bullock-Webster. Following the election of officers creases, there will be a general low- northern B.C. and Alberta points. ning held by tbe community took rected by D. F. McNeill. general business was discussed, and ering of the rate structure. Admit- • • • place last Saturday at the school Saturday afternoon's matinee was , President—8. Allen, Quesnel. a vote of thanks was passed to Chaa tedly, there seem to be several de- George Stephenson, of the Cariboo bouse with a good attendance. given over to the production of three ; Vice-Pres.—T. S. Carmichael, Prince Edkins, secretary of the Drama As- tails in connection with the new tar- Gold Quartz Co., was in town Sunday George. Following a sing-song in which all Intermediate plays, 'iThe Columbine Secretary-Treasurer—Chas. Edkins, sociation, for the fine work he had iff which will need alteration. last. George took home a new Poji- took part, an enjoyable evening took Club on the Air," by Prince George Quesnel. accomplished on behalf of the Second tlac Coupe which he purchased from Baron Byng High School, directed by place. The executive will be elected later Cariboo Drama Festival. Votes of Johnston Bros., local dealers, on Monday. • • • *• A feature of the affair was a talk Miss Patricia V. Sanders; 'Not Quite from the various affiliated drama thanks were also passed to the other on the old days in Cariboo by A. P. Such a Goose," by the Wells School groups. Mclnnis. Sandy's subject this time Players, Directed by E . Godfrey, and officers of the Association. Race Meet Will Replace Williams Lake Stampede Rev. A. Dobson, who has been in It was decided that the Festival It was decided to try and take two 1 .s Tom Manifree, whom he describ- "Who Gets the Car Tonight?" by the charge of the United Church at Wells ed as the first entertainer in the Prince George Baron Byng High next year, as in the past will be held plays to Wells for presentation on Saturday, May IU. The two plays will for the past two years, has tendered Cariboo. School, direced by. Miss E. Whltton. in Quesnel in April, the dates to be be "Heaven on Earth" and Saturday his resignation to the Board of Stew- The final three plays, presented decided later. ards, to become effective in June. Mr. Manifree, who was one of Dun- Night." Final arrangements for this levy's party, could improvise, a song Saturday evening were "The House trip are not yet completed, but word After 20 years of holding the larg- Dobson will leave during the summer India. sang several of Tom's most popular With the Twisty Windows," by the to take a post as a missionary in on any local happening, and .Sandy Prince George Little Theatre Associ- Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Poole is expected from Wells early in the coining week. est rodeo in British Columbia, Wil- liams Lake announces that this year ation, directed by Thos. S. Carmi- they are going to forego the annual • . a compositions. Recitations were given by Louise chael; "A Collection Will Be Made," oe To M v to Revelstoke event which has made the Cariboo Louis LeBourdais spent Friday in Wells, returning here today. He leav- Daly. Mrs. Laing and Mrs. V.^mti by the Williams Lake Dramatic Club, and Bob Young played a seelction on directed by Major E. B. Hart, and Popular Y u g Couple on famous and hold a race meeting in- stead. This is to curtail expense as oa Married Here T d y es this afteruuOi-f <\> irttcnti L U O spec- "•Saturday Night," by the Quesnel Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Poole, of Wells, much as possible due to war condi- the harmonica. ial session of tbe B.C. Legislature, Amateur Players, directed by James are leaving for Revelstoke shortly tions and also to cater to the popu- Norma Hill and Annie Daser con- which has been called to convene on lar feeling of the district that a tributed songs, while Louise Daly, R. Kinley. where Dr. Poole will take up prac- Wednesday. The session will deal Following the conclusion of the last tice. Airs. Poole, who is also a quali- straight race meet with higher prize Doreen Pullin and .Miss Condy prov- with tbe dispute between the Gov- play, it was announced that there fied physician and surgeon, acted as The marriage of Nora Winifred money would be more acceptable. ed a fine trio. ernment and the major oil companies An old Scotch ballad "Hunting woud be a 15-minute intermission, locum tenens for three months here •Stimp&pu, third daughter of Mrs. Besides the race meet there will also over oil prices. Tower," by Mrs. Fridliugton and when Mrs. Firkins would give the last year in the absence of Dr. G. D. Stimpson, of Quesnel, and the late be a splendid fight card, an event FOR SALE—Tent 11 x 15 3 ft. wall.. A. P. .Mclnnis mado a hit, Sandy final adjudication, and announce the Oliver. Both are highly popular in J. T. Stimpson, of Victoria, to Harold which attracted over 300 spectators (. Good shape. Apply Observer. wearing the tartan. winning plays and players. Mrs. the district and their departure will Berry, elder son of Mrs. A. Graham, la^t year. As many other entertaining Firkins then discussed the three plays be keenly felt. of Cookstown, Ontario, and the late features as can be organized between A play by .Mrs. Mrs. Laing, with J. J. Berry, of Ashcroft, takes place now and the 25th, 2Gth and 27th of FOR SALE—Power Washer, used Jean and Louise, brought an enjoy- presented during the evning, criticis- only five months. Apply Mrs. C. able program to a close. ing, as she had done at the close of TO E S T A B L I S H PIG F A R M this afternoon at St. Andrew's United June will also be on the program. Beath, Quesnel, B.C. each performance, the actors efforts, Church. Following the ceremony the The dates as set are to enable horse After refreshments, games were popular young couple will leave for owners to attend the Williams Lake, played and th party broke up about and giving praise where praise was O. P. Olson, of Wells, is planning the coast on a six weeks' honeymoon. meet and then go on to Quesnel for FOR SALE—1/2-ton International Pan- eleven. due. to establish a pig ranch on Cornish el Delivery. 1935. In splendid con- Before commencing her final adjud- Flats, on the Wells-Hardscrabble road the July 1st celebration. dition in every way. Owner has no Lloyd Harper of the Harper Sheet ication of the Festival, and announc- according to word-received here. Mr. Joe Smith Jr., of Williams Lake, is further use for it. May be seen at Metal Works, left during the week ing the winning plays and players, Olson's chief worry is bears, which relieving Harold Berry in the Gov- Kelly's Store; .Marguerite, B.C. for Williams Lake, where he will in- Mrs. Firkins complimented the Cari- are known to be fairly plentiful in ernment telegraph office at Barker- stall the plumbing in the new home boo Drama Association on the high that part of the district; and it is ville during the latter's absence on NOTICE FOR S A L E — Kroehler leatherette being built for Herb Gardner, of H. calibre of the various performances, also well known that bears, both holidays. bed-chesterfield and three chairs, . Gardner & Sons. • • • 1 and the splendid selection of plays black and grizzly, have a fondness for chest of drawers, child's dresser- which had been presented. The Cari- pork. In applying the new commercial book shelf, Easy Spin-Dry Washer, range as new, kitchen table, row- • • • boo Festival, in her opinion, was light rate, the Quesnel Light & Wa- Mrs. A. Graham, mother of Harold ter Company has reduced the rev- boat, miscellaneous. .Mrs. E. D. A number of Quesnel residents are equally as good as any of the similar COLD W E A T H E R HOLDING UP Berry, of Barkerville, is in town for enne previously derived from same Woodburn. Quesnel, B.C. busv planting lawns this year and groups in the Province, although but PLACER OPERATIONS the wedding of her son. Mrs. Graham by four per cent (4%). This will be generally improving tbe appearance in lis sacond year, will spend a few days here as the a test to ascertain if the Company FARM WANTED—Or will trade Al- of their homes. Quesnel is singularly The« organization for, and the Continued cool weather is holding guest of Mrs. Stimpson before return- can give a further reduction at a berta farm. Send details to J. H. fortunate in that the climate is ex- smooth and clock-like precission of back placer operations on a number ing to her home at Cookstown, Ont. later date, providing the consump- Tatosky, Lake Eliza, Alberta. cellent for lawns and garden culture. the presentations, and the lack of of hydraulics in the Barkerville area. Mr. and -Mrs. L. M. Lunn left Sun- tedious intervals between the plays, Those on the higher elevations such FOR SALE — New Wonder Fanning day night for Ashcroft, where Mrs. Mrs. Firkins said, spoke well for the as Lowhee, Waverlv and French • • • tion of energy is increased. The Company wishes to correct Mill, complete with jogger and all Lunn entrained for Coleman. Alberta. organizing ability of the Cariboo Creek have not yet commenced. The Air. and Mrs. Harold Lovatt and an error which appeared iu a notice sieves. Is practically new. Will selrj She received word Sunday morning Drama Association. Much of the te- majority of the others, such as the children arrived here during the past published in the last issue of The for $40.00, of will exchange for of the serious illness of her brother, dium of waiting even the few minutes Ketch, Point, Donovan Creek and week and have taken up residence in Observer. There is NO discount on grain or hogs. Write or call on W . Mr. Lunn returned home Monday which elapsed between plays was re- Slade-Cariboo Placers have been pip- tbe former Cowan home in North power rate. This rate remains the ! A. Crowston, Soda Creek, B.C. night. lieved by the music of the Cariboo ing for some time. Quesnel. Mr. Lovatt is representative same as heretofore. Legion Band Orchestra. At many of in this territory for the Marshall- the Festivals at which she had adjud- Mr. Andy Rae, Government Agent Wells Co., Vancouver. He was former- icated there had been no music what- of Indian Affairs, of Vanderhoof, vis- ly located at Kamloops. T H T W. A. OF ST. J O H N T H E DIVINE ARE HOLDING T H E I R ever provided. A N N U A L S A L E OF Firkins said, to make the various ited Quesnel on Friday on official It had been extremely difficult, Mrs. business, ANNUAL MEETING • • * FLOWERS choices of winners, the standard had Miss Evelyn Langford, daughter of been so uniformly excellent through- Mr. and Airs. K. K. I^angford, has out. The following are the winning gone to Vancouver for a month's plays and the actors: Winning Senior Play, cup donated visit with friends. • * • Quesnel District Liberal bv the 13.C. Department of Education Mothers' Day Association —"Heaven on Earth," presented by The "House "hotel, in Barkerville, the Quesnel Amateur Players, direct- is closed for tbe first time in more ed by D. F. McNeill. than fifty years. Mrs. House died in Second Senior Play, Cup donated December last and her daughter, Mrs. by Rod Alackenzie, Williams Lake— McArthur and granddaughter, Aliss "A Collecion Will Be Made," present- •Mary McArthur, are at present vis- ALSO ed by the Williams Lake Dramatic iting in Vancouver. Will be held Afternoon Tea and Sale of 'Club, directed by Major E. B. Hart. Individual Lady, cup donated by C. • • • The Coast & Lakes Alluvials, oper- Home Cooking H. Allison—Won by Miss Ella Fergu- ated by Ken Langford, down Beaver son. (Play "Saturday Night"). Pass, hae been operating since April Individual Gentleman, cup donated 28 with one unit. A second will be by G. E. Malcolm—Won by Chas. running within a few days, following FRIDAY, M A Y 10 AT T H E Edkins. (Play "Saturday Night"). the arrival of engine parts from Van- Winning Intermediate Play, cup do- couver. At 8 p.m, nated by the B.C. Department of Edu- a • a Cliff Vernon and G. W. Armstrong, OLD SCHOOL cation—"Who Gets the Car Tonight," presented by the Prince George iiavon who rent boats to fishermen visiting Byng High School. Directed by Mlsa Six Mile Lake, announce that this year boat rentals will be 25c an hour, OLD LOG SCHOOL Thelma E. Witton. Saturday, May 11 Second Intermediate Play, cup do- with a minimum charge of 25c, and nated by Prince George Board of no charge less than one half hour ALL MEMBER8 A N D I N T E N D I N G M E M B E R S A R E ASKED School Trustees—"The Teapot on the after the first hour. Rates in previous TO A T T E N D Rocks," presented by the Quesnel years have been 20c an hour, 2:30 to 6:30 p.m. High School. Directed by Aliss Pat Gwyer, • • • TEA 25c Individual Girl, cup donated bv Senior Constable Stanley Raybone. Johnston Bros., Quesnel—Won by who has been In charge of the Bark- Business: Election of Officers Miss Betty Dunn. (Play "Not Quite erville-Wells detachment for the oast Such a Goose"), three years has been promoted to Individual Boy, oup donated by the rank of Corpor&I. and will short- J ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ t ^ j u u i j u v A A n A r i r i n - - — ly be transferred to the Grand Forks- Greenwood district, PAGE TWO T! CACIBOO OBSERVER ? * rr;n..-AV. . M A Y 4, i;i40 Cbe Cariboo Observer Quebec Lxpecrs B a n n e r Tourist Season lie slopped at. a time when they were viiiil to us. CREASE, DAVEY, FOWKES, Published at Quesnel, Cariboo The coarse of wisdom is surely to District, B.C. leave America free to work out her GORDON & BAKER J. B. Hutchcroft, Publisher problem in her own way." if "if. " e h Successors to CREASE & CREASE ; ri^ht aud wise, as I believe it is, that 404-411 Central Building Devoted to the interests of the ! we should do to others as we would Cariboo District and to publishing j have them do lo us. then we can lose Victoria, B.C. the facts relative to the Interior of ( nothing by leaving America tree to BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS, British Columbia. help the cause of democracy in what- NOTARIES Subscription price 12.00- a year, ever way she thinks best.—Alfred payable in advance. | Kdwards. M.P.. in he North-Eastern Land Notices, 9 insertions $10.00 ! '•: ette. Mi'ddiesborough, England. $17.50 for publication in B.C. LAND ACT Gazette and Observer. Water Notice, 30 days 15.00 Beer Licence, 5 insertions .... 10.00 Coal Notice, 5 insertions .... 7.50 SHIP VIA Notice of Intention to Apply to Purchase Land Display, per inch .... .50 Pocherty s Cariboo (Contract rates on application) 9 Legal Notices, line 16 and .12 In Cariboo Land Recording District Heading Notices, line .20 of Cariboo and situate adjoining Freight Line Ltd. Legal advertising must be in by Lot. .TOfiG Cariboo District. Wednesday of each week to ensure TAK 10 NOTICE that Roddy Roy publication in the' next issue. In all Moffat, of Quesnel, K.C., occupation cr.ses cash must accompany the farmer, in;end-; io apply for permis- advertisement. OPERATING W E E K L Y TRUCK sion to purchase the following de- Address all communications and S E R V I C E FROM VANCOUVER) make all cheques payable to TO W M S LAKE, QUESNEL, j Commeii.-iiig at a post planted 20 THE CARIBOO O B S E R V E R chains South of the North East corner AND W A Y POINTS j of Lot riij.">i;, Cariboo District, thence Quesnel, B.C. East 20 chains; thence South 40 ctjisteiml Office:—Quesnel, B.C. chains; thence West 20 chains; 'SWAT THAT FLY" 0 i hence North 1 chains, and contain- ing so ucre.s, more or less. ! I VOL' NLKD OUR SERVICE— T HIS is the time for each house- DISPLAY OCR SERVICE FLAG. RODDY ROY MOFFAT, holder in Canada to lay plans for Applicant. his own annual war, in which the Daied April 1st, 1940. battle cry is "Swat that Fly." One reason for the success with which the pestiferous insect resists attacks upon him is his habit of tak - xuK<i-msut\.':*iaraiiMaarfj*r Pacific Great Eastern Railway Co. lng up the fight each year without a s n w i i ,iper -jaWiM-w^w^-iiM^s^^ warning and before he is expected. A good way to wreck his plans at T he Great Gates of Quebec's ancient city wall — original ly designed to discourage hostile dian Pacific hostelry is within Aoarby points of interest in- easy distance of the city's out- clude the Loiette Indian Reserva- standing points of interest — an tion, the isle of Orleans, unspoiled this time is to spring clean the yard, visitors — will he thrown open ideal headquarters for the visiting by the rush of civilization, the and every other outlying portion of this summer for a large scale tourist.. Duffcrin Terrace, adja- Shrine of ftte. Anne de Deaupre. the home, as vigorously as the house- wife cleans the interior. Garbage tourist invasion, expected to lop all previous records. Willi most cent to the hotel, offers an ideal and tlie Montmorency Kalis. Koi view of the historic "Lower Town" the sports enthusiast, there »• e TRAIN S C H E D U L E of Europe's- Old World charm:: and Iho broadftI.. Lawrence. cans might be given a wash with a affected by wartime condition;-;, fine facilities for golf, tennis, aiw; strong disinfectant, with advantage increased numbers of Canadians Though possessing ideal facili- badminton, while miles of c |o:Tiil ties for practically every modern highways beckon the motorist. n Between Vancouver and Quesnel to the househould involved. No rub- and Americans will take advan- sport. Quebec's chief fascination Laurenfide National Park, "0 bish or garbage should be allowed to tage of Quebec's historic sur- to the tourist lies in ils 01(1 World collect, and where manure is used roundings and fine sporting facil- charm. Its narrow. winding miles from the City, is a paradise ities. NORTHBOUND for preparing the garden it should sli-eef.-!, lofty spired churches, for fishermen, canoeists, camera be dug under as soon as possible. Combining the charm of the convents ;md quaint dormered fans and nature lovers. Mon. & Thurs. past with the luxuries of tho dwellings are reminiscent of me- Quebec City is easily accessible Vancouver (Union Tier) , Leave 12:00 Noon Don't forget that the female lays her "j Williams Lake 11:00 a.m. present the Chateau Frontonac is dieval Normandy. Tts not-so- over Canadian Pacific, lines, and w it eggs in rubbish and refuse; that the the centre of the city's social and Quesnel . Arrive 2:30 p.m. peacoful years are recalled by is conveniently connected with grubs hatch out in a few days and sports activities. Dominating the battlefields, grim stone forts and important centres in eastern Can- Tuee. & F r i . shortly afterward burrow into th city's skyline, the majestic Cana- ancient •••finnon. ada and the United States. % SOUTHBOUND earth to undergo their metamorpho fa Tuee. A F r L sis. Don't give them any encourage P Quesnel . Leave 6:30 p.m. ment in doing so. both in tile calibre of the acting and who understands American politics belligerant. I found the opinion of in- Williams Lake 9:40 p.m. the plays presented, and in the organ- knows that with the Persideulial elec- fluential Americans overwhelmingly Vancouver I Union Pier) Arrive 7:00 p.m. .Many people still look on the fly Wed. A Sat. as only a mild nuisance, chiefly an- ization for the affair. lion immediate.y ahead, no political iu favor of llrilain. They talk of the : C., otage connects with train at Quesnel for.passengers to and noying by his habits of buzzing and Mrs. l'"ii;kins complimented the leader dare risk an election issue war as if it were their war. Cariboo Drama Association on the turning upon the chance of America from Prince Oeori\ Barkerville and Wells. tickling. These little things are noth- If America came in as a belligerent ing! If one had microscopical eyes, plays chosen and the manner in which being led, persuaded, or forced into she would, of coures. meed her !$ Thiut.gh tickets to all points issued at P.G.E. Rlwy. Office. the actors presented their character- war. Wells, and at P.G.E. Stages, Bus Terminal. Prince George. capable of seeing the disease germs resources to meet the needs of her'(j) which this enemy of mankind picks izations. The Cariboo Festival, she Those of us who have studied Pres- own Army: and our supplies would ®-g>®®®®'«. up, carries around and distributes said, was the equal of any similar ident Roosevelt's speeches see in them during a single day, he would take group in the Province. The organiza- the fullest sympathy for the Allies a different view of the enemy. tion was the best at the Festival just and the Allied cause: and the way of It may be permitted to mention completed than a any at which she wisdom for us i.s surely to allow the only one of the fly's obnoxious man- had acted as adjudicator. This is high President to develop his own good ners: when you see him trampling praise, and thoroughly deserved. time. around- in the sugar bowl, he is not Special mention was made of the Moreover, it is at least a moot point just nibbling the grains of sugar. He fine work by the intermediate entries, whether it would really be to our ad- can't nibble; so he regurgitates a and of tiie services of the Canadian vantage if America became an active drop of fluid from his tummy to melt Legion Hand Orchestra, which were the sugar, then he can suck it up. donated for the Festival. Not nice, is it? The sooner you put up fly screens and get ready with the swatter, the better will be your chance of having iThe Errors Ssy a home free from flies. A RIDICULOUS SITUATION "AMERICA—THE FINAL HOPE" W E DON'T know who is to blame, but the situation created AMERICA lies the final hope I Nthis country and democracy, andof it is no less true that the hope of Am- rosvenor throughout the Province as a result of the wrangle between the oil com- erica lies in Britain. panies and the Provincial Govern- Anybody who really understands ment, and the subsequent refusal of America knows that, despite a notice- the former to sell gasoline at the able similarity in language, the Am- price the Gobernment Fuel Board has erican mental make-up is radically set, is certainly working an increas- different from ours. Again, anybody Considerable ramocelling ing hardship on the motorists. has just been completed at ll As we have said, we don't know the Grosvenor, and you wil! where the fault lies but it seems a find your stay even more Before Y o u Insure enjoyable than formerly ridiculous situation when grown-ups Rates remain the same. The act lu the manner one might expect Consult personal supervision of Mr from small boys with a bag of mar- Baynes — Owner-Manager, bles. Surely there is a common ground on which the issue might have been decided, or still could be decided, Confederation assures you of everv mod- ern convenience, plus unoh trusive service without causing further inconveni- ence to half the population of the Life Province. Association We had the unpleasant remarks of O n e of the W o r l d ' s G r e a t Vancouver* Hotel an American tourist, who called at of Distinction" one of the local oil stations for gas Life Insurance Institutions. and was refused, to digest. What he Renowned fdrStrength, said about the manner in which Brit- Service and Security ish Columbia ran its affairs didn't Since 1871. leave much to the imagination. And . dive us Chevrale* Trucks!" GROWENOR he was dead right. We advertise for American tourists: we make a big Talk to an e x p e r i e n c e d , performance-wise truck play over the natural beauties of our driver . . . and you usually find yourself talking to a Province: then we leave him strand- Representative E.G.BAYNES Owner Mqr. confirmed Chevrolet T r u c k booster. Fot you can't fool ed in the interior on account of a drivers about values. D a y in and day out their own three-cent price squabble. It doesn't LOUIS LeBOURDAIS V A N C O U V E R B . C . driving experiences reveal example after example of make sense, and worst of all, it is Chevrolet T r u c k superiority in advanced engineering the kind of advertising that seems QUESNEL, B.C. — quality construction — durable dependability — to spread like wildfire. upkeep and operating economy. T h e men who know Let us hope that some sort of truck values best agree, "Chevrolet's the Choice 1" temporary arrangement, or a truce, will be called before the House meets to consider the situation next Wednesday. THE T H E will come to your home every day through CHRISTIAN W O R L D ' S G O O D SCIENCE N E W S MONITOR ET T THE DRAMA FESTIVAL An International Daily Neutpaper It recordi for you the world's clean construrHv.rfni.,..- T M . dou not exploit crime or sensation? n™?hw' dSS'lt i 2 l " S ! ? T HE CARIBOO Drama Fentival As- e but deal, correctively with them. Feature, for buy m n 2nd\ ^ family, including th. Weekly Magazine Section sociation In the estimation of Mrs. Yvonne Firkins, Vancouver, ad- The Ohriitlwi Selene* Publishing Society ~ judicator, has much to he proud ot One, Norway Street. Boston, MawacnuietU at the conclusion of It a second Annu- rpe1lodof e i n r m y "e Chrl.tlan Science Monitor for 8 U b s c r l p t , o n t 0 T al Festival, which was concluded 1.0 30 1 ye/ir S 20 e months Sfi.oo 3 months < . 0 1 month ti ao JOHNSTON BROS. Saturday issue. Saturday night. The Festival move- 5 including MauMlno Section.- i,™, 42 CO. S iscuea 2 o a e N m .. ment was started only two years ago in the northern interior, and it must Address QUESNEL, B.C. LOCAL DEALERS WELLS, Sample Copy on ReqJiiit be admitted that a great deal of im- provsmtnt hat rmultsd In that time, SATURDAY. . M A Y -1, UNO HE CARIBOO O B S E R V E R PAGE T H R E E A Cup of T ea Amongst the assets taken over by I South Dakota. The hamburger stand the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp- j can be made set-liquidating, and the oration is a hamburger stand in West I si amps have already been cancelled. VAUGHAN REALTY CO. FRASER & PEERS Virginia and a stamp collection in 1 -—Rhodes Press. REAL ESTATE MINING A N D C I V I L FIRE — IN8URANCE — LIFE ENGINEERS When the trays finaly emerge ther ent." The favorable criticism is us- N O T A R Y P U B L I C , Etc. D. Fraser, F. Peers, are emptied into spotless canvas ually 100 per cent true. Environment and novelty of the occasion may add B.S., E.M. A.M.E.I.C spreads and gradually a heap of coal black fragrance is raised, a delight a certain amount of imaginative flav- FRONT STREET—QUESNEL Q U E S N E L , B.C. to the senses in every way. or. The fact of the matter, however, There is your tea. ladies. Would is—the water has been contained in that you could have a cup brewed an open pot or billy can, boiled on direct from the factory, it would he open fire, and not until it is bubbling an agreeable surprise. Alas, howev- and burbling in earnest is the leaf er, you would of necessity have to be on the spot to enjoy that, bless- added; a stir around with a charred stick and off to the fireside to in- MUSKRATS ing. fuse. No wonder it tastes different. In the past month we have actually paid trap; ers $1.70 average Manufactured tea is sold on Col- Perhaps it would be as well to get for fresh skins; up to $30 for beaver; $60 for Marten—DON'T ombo market and shipped directly to back to that several hundred pounds GIVE YOUR FURS AWAY; ship today to J. H . M U N R O L T D . Van- London, where, in Mincing Lane (the of fired leaf, piled on the factory couver, B. C. (Established 26 years). larget distributing centre for tea in floor ready tor grading. ihe world), under the elastic name A grader is a fixture comprised of of blending is covered a multitude a number of wire meshed frames, of tricks and general monkey busi- placed and secured horizontally one ness. Tea. when it leaves the l^ane above the other: the meshes are all of different guage. large guage on for sale throughout the Universe, loses, in my opinion, its individual- top and graduated down to the small- T H R O U G H S E R V I C E T O ity if not its birthright. It is not in- est on the bottom. Geared up and tended to convey the impression that adulteration is resorted to; it is jnsi well, just as the coster would say: got moving these lixures travel back- wards and forwards at a high rale of speed. The contraption is in fact a V A N C O U V E R large machine operated sieve. The "they muck it abaht." Never mind, make the best of it. A processed tea is shovelled with wood- Leaves Bus Depot Thurs. and Sun. 8 a.m. medium price tea purchased locally en scoops into the top compartment, and the machine set in motion. Na- Cariboo Stages Ltd. will do well by you if it receives re- ciprocation. Decant your purchase turally, large grade tea remains on into an airtight container aud there- to]>, the smallest and most profitable from keep it airtight. Take little gets shaken down eventually to the heed of the common instructions and bottom. The diffesent grades acquire advice, thrown about indiscriminate exit from their individual trays PHONE 32 ely concerning the ideal brew. That through a small shute which empties one spoonful for the cup and one for into its waiting container. the bribery of the pot exhortion is a (Continued Next Week) sales-talk gag and a falsity. For an earthenware teapot which will hold llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllillllllllllllllllllillll WOOD & FRASER TRANSPORT say. six medium cups of liquid, three heaping teaspoons are ample. Boil your water, really boil it; get it into a temper with heat, make it so angry that it will talk back to you and Q U E S N E L , B.C. strart throwing the kettle lid about. A singing kettle is no criterion; an- Red Cross News OPERATING FAST TRUCK SERVICE BETWEEN VANCOUVER, gry people don't sing and neither iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiii . P R I N C E G E O R G E A N D W A Y POINTS does boiling mad water. Warm your Interesting Note* on tha Work of the teapot, put in your leaf and convey LEAVE VANCOUVER W E D N E S D A Y 12:00 NOON Red Cross ARRIVE CLINTON T H U R S D A Y 12.00 NOON your pot to the kettle, not the ket- tle to the pot, Infuse, draw, brew or One of the most important Society ARRIVE WILLIAMS L A K E T H U R S D A Y 6:00 P . M . mask, whichever name you use. for decisions which had to be made was ARRIVE QUESNEL . FRIDAY 8:00 P . M . at least four minutes, not more than the matter of London headquarters, ARRIVE PRINCE GEORGE SATURDAY 8:00 A . M . live. The resulting beverage should especially the question as to whether be a credit to the leaf and to your- these should be in the city or out- V A N C O U V E R DEPOT self; fragrant and refreshing. I have side. After a good deal of thought often heard the remark made at a and discussion it was decided that PACIFIC C O A S T WAREHOUSE picnic, you also no doubt: "this tea the offices should be in London it- 60 P O W E L L S T R E E T T h i s a d v e r t i s e m e n t is not p u b l i s h e d or d i s p l a y e d by the L i q u o r P H O N E — S E Y . 6866 tastes real good, seems quite differ- self, as that seemed to be the only ^ C o n t r o l B o a r d or by the G o v e r n m e n t o f B r i t i s h C o l u m b i a *' way in which the organization could command the assistance of the men and women necessary to carry on the services. 'S MEAT MARKET Finally, General Alfred Critchley, a Canadian who has made a name for himself in England, and who is now an Air Marshal in the Royal Air Force, offered a magnificent new 8- storey building in Berkley Square. CHOICE GRAIN F E D B E E F CHOICE L A M B This building is large enough to CHOICE GRAIN F E D P O R K CHOICE V E A L house the prisoners of war, soldiers comforts and hospital supplies de- F R E S H A N D S M O K E D FISH partments, as well as the hospital visiting and other departments. In Local Poultry, Butter and Eggs the basement of the building there is also ample storage space. The Fresh Fruit and Vegetables building is now occupied, and it is TRY OUR FAMOUS,ALL-PORK SAUSAGE hoped to maintain the Society's ser- vices there for the duration of the war. PHONE 39 QUESNEL B.C. F. W. Tuffrey, acting Commission- er of the Provincial Branch of the jU*jKr\r*~*~*~*~^*~* <~<~* i~' — ^ — ^ ^ * i * r * r * r * ^ ^ * r * l * * i * * * * * * ^ * * * * * * * m, m, 1 , > * * * ^ ^ * ' * * ^ * a ^ lW ^ ^ ^* V Red Cross Society, arrived in town Tuesday. The local branch of the Red Crass (XOlOTOTOTcraKOT^^ Society would like to remind all members that the regular meeting takes place Tuesday, May 4, at 8 p. m. at the court house. QUESNEL HOTEL FRONT STREET td Technocrats Su y rus ne a Go p U d r Wy The model illustrated is tbe M C L A U G H I . I N - B U I C K Technocracy Inc. has held its sev- enth meeting since the interesting Your Home Away from Home SUPER model 51 tour-door I'.(tare given by Cyri Large on Ap- touring sedan. ril Officers are now being placed and instructed in their barious posi- One Rate and Comfortable to All tions. At the same time a study per- iod is given to each paragraph of $2.00, $2.50 Double $1.00, $1.50 Single T are a lot of things about this stun- HERE ning 1940 McLau^hlin-Buick to claim your attention — that is, if you really want But even skipping this, there's one thing that alone is enough to send you hot-footing to your Buick dealer. That's the fact, the primary books. A far more ex- tensive course will be taken Immed- iately, which comes under the head- to know what's what in motor cars. obvious from the very looks of other cars, ings of the Junior or Farad Class, that as Buick goes these days so goes the with members from the ages of 12 For instance, you've got to admit from the to 21 years, and the Senior Class, industry. from the age of 21 years up. way folks are swinging over to McLaughlin- Buick, that it must have something value- It set this year's pace last year—and right These study periods will require wise that's important for you to measure. now, style-wise, comfort-wise and feature- considerable time, but men and wo- wise, it is the car others will be like "some men joining the organization who What you hear abouc its quick-off-the- day." cannot attend regularly need have mark engine and the silkiness it gets from no fear of not finishing their course. So do the obvious thing. Go try out this There will always be a class as re- balancing after assembly certainly calls for superb traveller. Sit in it—handle its con- quirefl. inquiry. trols— drive it. Technocracy Inc. is a non-profit organization. It relies on the proceeds And the "rave" notices BuiCoil Spring- We think we know what the result will from dues, sales of literature, danc- ing gets, the talk you hear about five-foot be. Even if you don't discover that es, picnics, donations, etc., for funds front seat-room in the Super—finger-flick McLaughlin-Buick is an immediate "must," to carry on its work. Persons donat- transmission — these suggest there's some- you'll decide you'll never be really happy ing must remember that they are not thing here you ought to know about, too. till you have one. entiled to any extra favors or pow- ers because of their donations. Tecnocracy Inc. has all its roots in scientific facts gathered here on the North American Continent. By study- J O H N S T O N BROS. ing these same facts you can see why North America is the only Continent Q U E S N E L , B.C. LOCAL DEALERS W E L L S , B.C. that can give us such high stand- ards of living at such a low consump- -8 M4 B tion of energy. No other continent in this world is so well fitted to provide us with abundance. See for yourself. Investigate Technocracy. PUBLICITY COMMITTEE. There 1B a fellowship more quiet even than solitude, and which, right* ly understood, is soliture made pe.1'' mm?- feet,—Stevenson, "A" and "B B RATTERIE! YOUR f GENERAL RADIO BATTERIES % PURCHASE Were $3.95 Combined 1000 Hrs $6.30 CROM NOW AR9WARE GO C. D HOY & CO. K. H. SING W E L L S , B.C MACKENZIES LTD. W E L L S , B.C. • •~ -- NORTHERN HARDWARE HERB HILL A L E X A N D R I A , B.C. PAGE FOUR THE CARIBOO OBSERVER SATURDAY. MAY 4, 1940 /Tide id no otfueJc D. • F. W. Choate, who is located at the minIf farm near Macalister. was Golf Putterings F. MCNEILL Quesnel Hotel Cate a gusiness visitor in town tor a couple of days duriug ihe week. ( By 19th HOLr. tobacco J U S T L I K E ( S u c c e s s o r to E . J . Avlson) (•'Oil ItE.N'T—Four room house, well B A R R I S T E R , SOLICITOR, Wiliianis Lake Golf Club will en- and garage on property. Apply J. OLD CHUM NOTARY PUBLIC Best Place Weekly Saving tertain the local team on S\inday in friendly combat on the golf course. Quesnel usually fares none too well FOR at the 'Lake, where the men plafyers Liiz'/arm. SALE—X M.M. Mauser rifle, sporting model. Lyman pup sif't. Q U E S N E L , B.C. QUESNEL MEAT MARKET in particular are a tough assignment Sling. First class condition. Sacri- to Eat Economy is the key-note of the thrifty shopper. Avail yourself of to overcome. In Jack Smedley they possess probably the best golfer In fice $25.C0. our Weekly Specials. Cariboo. On tbe ladies side, Quesnel appears to have the edge, but the L Y N N L. HILL' PROP. DANCE STRAWBERRY JAM— more difficult 'l-ake coifrse may trouble them. Quite a few individual D E A L E R S IN F R E S H AND C U R E D MEATS Open Until Midnight Fraser Valley, Is. 50c low scores have been broken in re- LOGANBERRY JAM— cent weeks, and a victory here is Columbia, 4s. 50c probable. Lloyd. Len and Howard DATES—Fresh Pitted Per pkt. 17c Harper, Doug .McNeill and Len Rolph will form the bulwark of the Ques- SA T MAY 4 No. 1 Steer Beef, Pork and Lamb Chickens and Fowl Quesnel Radio nel team, which may upset the dope. CATSUP— Lloyd Ihirjer broke a record of Per tin 12c some kind recently when he "fanned" P E A R S — Orchard City Per tin 15c twice off the same tee. Itesanding of ihe greens was fin- Dragon Lake Fresh and Smoked Fish and Electric Fresh Fruit ana \ ege tables PUMPKIN—Royal City ished durum (In- week, and i layers Per tin NESCAFE— 12c generally are lindins ihe necessar;. adjustments to their puLing game a little dilTieiili. Once the "feel" of I be Institute Hail The ideal coffee drink 59c greens has been found, it should tend TRY OUR S A U S A G E — Y O U W I L L L I K E IT to knock the odd stroke off tbe score. Radio Service SEED BEANS SEED PEAS According to late reports, the GOCO M U S I C L O C A L GROWN "blitzflu" is taking a goodly toll ol REFRESHMENTS tbe members, and the team to travel S H O P AND S A V E W H E R E Y O U R may not. be as stong as was at first ADMIS°ION PHONE 33—W* DELIVER supposed. Electrical Repairs D O L L A R S H A V E MORE C E N T S Constable J. M. (Micky) Le Sunn- STAR GROCERY ier, who has been a probationer on NUGGET HOTEL AND CAFE the Provincial Police Force, and sta- SERVICE GUARANTEED tioned at Quesnel, returned last 90 D A Y S P H O N E 59 QUESNEL, B.C. week after spending three months at the coast. Micky attended tbe school while away and passed his examin- ations as constable, third class, on BARLOW STREET the permanent force. • • • Twenty Years of Successful Experience in Catering Helps for Spring Cleaning Paul Pavich. son of Mr. and Mrs. Ueter Pavich, of Wells, and Anthony Helios, son of W. Helios, passed BEST to the Travelling Public MEALS NORTH OF VANCOUVER through Quesnel Tuesday en route A B S O R E N E W A L L P A P E R CLEANEPy—Per tin 25c to Los Angeles, where they will em- bark on careers as aeronautical en- ZEV P A I N T B R U S H C L E ANER—Per pkg 10c gineers. The two yoiuiK men were T H R E E STAR FLOOR C LEANER—Per tin 30c accepted in a quarterly class of 40 A L A T I N T W A S H A B L E W A L L FINISH—Per pkg 1.00 applicants only, at the school operat- "I feel moo-ved to talk about K L I M " , Mothers' Day PAINT R E M O V E R 30c, 50c ed by Hoeing and oilier large air- says ELSIE, the Borden Cow. craft manufacturers. " K l i m is whole milk with all the cream ALA-SIZE—Per pkg 4 0 0 Mrs. Yvonne Firkins, who adjudi- left in—turned into afinesoft powder STICK F A S T PASTE.—1't 2 5 c cated at the recent Drama Festival by taking out all the natural moisture. here, paid a visit fo Wells on Mon- Simply add KLIM to cold water — day and to Prince George on Tues- whisk with a beater—and you have a Paints Varnishes Wallpapers day. At both places Mrs. Firkins gave foaming bowlful of delicious natural- talks on drama, tracing the history of the art from the earliest times. She returned here Wednesday morn- ing and left at noon for Williams tasting milk. The ideal milk supply for every occasion. Stock up with KLIM at your grocer's or drug store." (Sunday, May 12) Co wanHard wareCo. fjake, where she gave another lec- M A N Y GIFT SUGGESTIO NS A R E TO B E F O U N D IN T H E klim ture before returning to Vancouver. S T O R E . W E W I L L HEL P YOU S O L V E T H E P R O B L E M OF " W H A T TO GIVE T H A T BEST GIRL F R I E N D — YOUR MOTHER" "Everything In Hardware" CHURCH NOTICES 1 Croamy WholoMilk—iit Con v m W Powder Form HOSIERY—Of the finest quality crepe, chiffon or semi-service weight; soft shades for th e older matron and gay nattering shades for the young moth er. P A R I S H OP S T . J O H N T H E DIVINE I QUESNEL, B . C LINGERIE—Slips, Pan tie set. and nightwear. of all-silk or (AnfUom) Jersey Farm's rayon. G R O C E R Y SPECIALS Spring Is Here! Cottage Cheese Regular Schedul* of Service* FIRST SUNDAY— 9:00 a.m.—Holy Communion. 10:no a.m.—Junior Fellowship. 11:00 a.m.—Senior Fellowship. Until Saturday, May 1 1 3:00 p.m.—Marguerite. What About that New 7:30 p.m.—Evenaonr SECOND SUNDAY— Fresh Every Friday MILK—Any brand, 3 tins MILK—Per case CALAY SOAP— 3 bars - 25c 3.90 20c in:HO a.m.—Junior Fellowship. Tip Topper? 10:30 a.m. Matins and Communion '( • (•) p.m.—Canyon Creelc. 1 5c Per Carton CHIPSO—Giant size, per pkg CHIPSO—Regular size, per pkg CRISCO—l's. per tin 55c 23c -5c ? Till Kb; SUNDAY— CRESICO—3's, per tin 59c Cariboo 9:00 a.m.—Holy Communion, HEINZ TOMATO CATSU. P—Per bottle 18c If you wish a suit that's natty, has the style and fit complete, with ill:00 a.m.—Junior Fellowship. MACARONI—Choice qual ity, per Lb 6c 1 :00 a.m.—Senior Fellowship. SHREDDED WHEAT—2 pkgs *5tt the looks and price to boost it, full of value—really neat. Call Coffee Shop 2:00 p.m.—Kersley. CARIBOO CREAMERY B UTTER—3 lbs 98c and see us at Mackenzles, ever y purchase is a treat. 3:30 p.m.—Sisters Cre<jk. 7:30 p.m.—Evensong. KELLOGG'S CORN PO PS—A new and delicious Cereal. HJRTH SUNDAY— Per pkg 12c Ma ok 9:00 a.m.—Holy Communion. JOHN A. FRASER&CO 10:00 a.m.—Junior Fellowsh-' Mrs. Lambert 11:00 a.m.—Senior Fellowship. 2:00 p.m. Dragon Lake. Carson Ave. MEN'S W E A R Quesnel, B.C. 7:30 p.m—E^enaon" ST. ANDREW'S UNITED CHURCH LIMITED FIRST SUNDAY Ladies' Wear 10:00 a.m.—Sunday School Phone Your Orders—Telephone No. 4 Mothers' Day 11:00 a.m.—Morning Worship MILLINERY, HOSIERY, 1:30 p.m.—Bouchie Lake COATS A N D D R E S S E S , 3:30 p.m.—Moose Heights SECOND SUNDAY LINGERIE, NOVELTIES 10:00 a.m.—Sunday School 11:00 a.m.—Morning Worship Quesnel -:- B.C. (MAY 12) 3:30. p.m.—Castle Rock 7:30 p.m.—Australian THIRD SUNDAY Goodyear Tires Coyle Batteries 10:00 a.m.—Sunday School Box Chocolates 25c to $2.25 JOHNSTON BROS.' GARAGE 11:00 a.m.—Morning Worship 2:00 p.m.—Canyon Creek "The Home of Good Talkies" 3:30 p.m.—Woodpecker Mothers' Day Cards — 10c to 50c FOURTH 'SUNDAY Perfumes Toiletries China 10:00 a.m.—Sunday School 11:00 a.m.—Morning Worship REX THEATRE 4:00 p.m.—Crescent Ranch 7:30 p.m.—Australian Qeneral Motors Products, Sales and Service FIFTH SUNDAY FIRST OF W E E K ALLISON DRUG & BOOK CO. 10:00 a.m.—Sunday School "The Girl from 11:00 a.m.—Morning Worship Occasional services as announced. NYAL ( M T A B L I B H B B 1t1t) EXPERT REPAIRS TO ALL MAKES OF CARS Services where place it not men- tioned are at St. Andrew's United Church, Quesnel. Mexico" AND TRUCKS' R. J. LOVE, Minister. SPECIAL THIS WEEK STE. ANNE'S CATHOLIC CHURCH Batteries Repaired and Charged HOY'S SPECIAL VACUUM P A C K COFFEE—l's EVAPORATED MILK—Talis &2c 9e In tuture services each Sunday i n 8te. Anne's Church, Quesnel, will be Alemite High Pressure Greasing HARVEST QUEEN FLOUR—9 8's , APPLES—Jonathan 1.10; Grim es Golden 1.50; Delicious 3.47 1.85 as follows: 9:00 a.m.—Mass. END OF WEEK Washing, Polishing PILCHARDS*—Snow Cap brand, talis, can 11c 9:45 a.m.—Sunday School. BRUNSWICK SARDINES—Can *c 7:30 p.m.—Evening Devotions. "Angels With Dirty PICKLES—Sweet, Sour. Mustard, 27 oz. bottle 33c REV. G. REDMOND. Priest. Gas and Oils—Brake Linings Faces" MACARONI—Ready cut, bulk, 4 lbs 25c DOMO CREAM SEPARATORS, GAS ENGINES AND PUMPS, ETC. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE BUILDERS' SUPPLIES, WINDOWS, DOORS, PAINT, ETC. IMPERIAL OIL AGENTS A Christian Science service is held every Sunday morning at 11 o'cock C. D. H O Y 8c CO. at the home of Mrs. Grant Grinder. North Quesnel. A l l are cordially in- •Its*. I SHOWS COMMENCE 8:16 P . M .
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