Hotel license opposed June 14, 1917

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Hotel license opposed June 14, 1917 - HOTEL LICENCE NOT ASKED FOR Application by...
HOTEL LICENCE NOT ASKED FOR Application by Proprietor of Kingsway Hotel is Withdrawn Withdrawn Application Opposed. SOUTH VANCOL'VER, Juno 14. The proposed intention of the owner of the Kingsway Hotel, formerly the Gladstone inn, to apply for a new liuuor licence, resulted in a large delegation of ministers and members of the Social Service Council and the Woman's Forum wailing on the licence licence commissioners at their meeting yesterday, when it was understood the matter would be considered. They were pleased, however, to learn that the application was being withdrawn. Among the ministers present were. Rev. R. Wilkinson, president of the B. C. Conference; Rev. J. H. Miller, of Cedar Cottage; Rev. 1. C. Switzer, Cedar Cottage; Rev. T. H. Wright, of Wilson Heights; and Rev. J. Richmond Richmond Craig, of Westminster Presbyterian Presbyterian church. Mrs. Woods, Mrs. Mc - Phee and Mrs. Shoemaker represented represented the Woman's Forum. The delegation delegation expressed their gratification at the fact that the application was not being presented, and voiced their confidence confidence in tho commissioners.

Clipped from Vancouver Daily World14 Jun 1917, ThuPage 11

Vancouver Daily World (Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada)14 Jun 1917, ThuPage 11
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