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One man was killed In a bu.vautomobile collision and 
two othen were Reiiousty Injured In two accident.s last 
nl^ht 

G E James. 22. of Cordova Bay. died and Jainr.s 
l.r«lle Robbins. 21. of Norlhfleld, Vancouver Island, was 
Injured when their automobile was In collision with a 
fiidney-bound Vancouver I.<;land Coach Line hii.s on East 
ftaanirh Road near the Game Farm.s entrance aimul 

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Iki Ik J* I Jubilee Htpitfti -i.i 

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Three seamen were 'Vtcnl o « rl>..r.rd la.Kt mcht fmm 
vtw.srh .struggling In the -rii* iii' a full • -uthwt .! that 
whipjted the North Pacific fV;..st and in Vu ioria blew down 
tree.s and severed yower lines 
At Irwftt ftU boft'.^ ’.Jju *nd S'’ - . , . ^ ^ ^ 

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CHICAOO. e>b 7 Plun^tni 

"fftin prl<‘f« r«ri their flnl I 

ubttom m f-nii d--- 

today, but tr tharp alump in ' 
ftlr rh‘;;?d ft l«-ft I 

■ • off tlie fr‘ U • 1 rtf fftyprlr* " 

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bell*’|r(i driven »• -j 



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ftl Albert M«*ftd cut 



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I inisioiuiivumn If 
SoiiiJih! h\ Eremin 



ftireet. and I. P N'*' 



Unklrtf defenm of ute Manhwii 
Plan natlortft 

AtiVlo-AmeilcAA Clilelft of auff. 
t ->rdlni to theae informanU and 
dlplomatle ftourcen. will aubmlt pru- 
poftftU to ftiandardUft a widft ranee 
of mlltUry equipment and trmlnlnc 
to 16 Europeain eountries aa the 
bftA'- for a proRTom of enUKary self- 
help atandardtxftUon wUl be on the 
baau «t Untied Rtatea and BrIUah 
pattema and melhrxlB. 

Til'*** »mrce» emphaalaed that the 
p!..r.* for military alandardlsaUon 
are Ui be reiarded neither aa part 
of the Marshall proRram nnr aa ex- 
cludlni atatea outalde lU (nrua 



reme 



feveral hi : - 

One rrew memt ; “ ' * ar. '- 

•verbnard from a ' fr=-! ft*’ 
bmil near the mwU- ■*? ihe * 
bla Riur ahortl* before tlie crea 
[urn's] tlieir ainkinv craft toward 
'hnre In a desperate a'tempt U- 



Empreaa Avenue 
Driver of the :t- iii-;bile lo 
fatal colUalnn hu not vrt been 
determined. arc- ’ijU: i.. ' 5 * C 

Pearre, Conat B Adrian and ■ lai 
Corwt. D Parka, of Saanich P<'ti< ' 
They aald the cur waa traveiinc 
Aouth and the bua waa drivm by 
D J, Readinf >11 flimcv^ r . 

The rar waa a total w:- Mr 
Robbliu, taken lo Ro.val Jubilee Hce- 
plial. la employed by the B V Powr 
Commiaalon at Campbell River. 

Bufferirur ctiu and bruu. -- hla cun 
dition waa reported aa ‘not too had ' 
Coroner Dr FI C Hart haa bee-, 
notified of the fatal accident In- 

Queet date will he announced 



the Wtritf 
■ Vat.. ...» .er 
a«rain*' 
U belli veil l/» 
t .. and taken 
Hav A plana 



. - ftith 134 - . a 
of the (e* uim 
I major rommod- 
a year-ln-year 



ar earli! 



Ac.r.'..rdini h> the alalcmenl. Mr 
Juh: in la aeeklng a comp‘d' --“‘■ 

conirih"'- ‘■jperannuation which 
norma-iv a..uld pn vtde aeciirlly for 
people in their old iaf. but ’ mi;’ -, 
t::- n of :• lUh--. 'll c“i- - 

i‘ (lyrr by mmuniriiik the numbei 
iii lh>'^e Who are nnw r’r. aed aa 
unempl'-;:t:;c aolelv by virtue of 
(heir age 

Included In Mr Juh.rrV?:; a ;;.>tem 
of healUi inaurance la a hoapiialixa* 
• Inn program to meet the preaenl 
uriieni needa, and to taka cart of 
drmanda for hoapitaJ 



Intn^ductlon of a compulanry. cun- 
tributory superannuation acheme. a 
health inaurance ayaicin coupled 
with a program of hu»pital corvtruc-* 
Uun atid a wideoiitg of the aenpe of 
benefiu of old age wnaioru by Uii- 
Uomlruiin CioverumeTii are propoaala 
towarda rrrater aoclaJ aerunty ad- 
vanced by Premier Byron Joimaon 
during hi. preaenl vlalt to Ottawa, 
the Premirra office announced yes- 
terday. 

Mr. Johnaon la expected to return 
-.0 Vlrtorta tomorrow 

Tha atalcenent said the Premier 
bad had "extended diacuaalon'* with 
Prime Minister Markenxia King on 
Uieaa mattera and had alau a aeri« 
of eonfereneea with Federal Cabinet 



By The ( anadian Press 
A midnight report that 
the I'nited .Stales 7.ti00-lon 
freigliter Colorado had run 
aground on the beach of 
treacherous Otto Rock in 
('(Kis Bay, U aih.. this 
morning clinmxrd a series 
of marine-dinaster reporU 
from riistresjied vessels 
floundering in gale-hlown 
seas along the entire Paci- 
fic Northwest coa.sttlne. 



' "* I irnUM’.m tdenii- 

< ‘ VT-- reported wr-'.-'d 
• ll'- -v B»’'. in H' ... fli'und 
..J' In the . ..utd drt»va 

■h'ltef in *n«‘ Inlet 

!*.V If we- n- >rfed ihe ft*h- 
r* - waa lakins wafer ofT 
4 IV^k, Ore 

v. -man rrew n£ Ihe ft»’ ’-•ai 
r:...-, eight mile# off the 
;hat llw. were turn! 
■'--I - hearh ir» boat and 



In Pir a meat pet ker pre-. 

■ri that nf-~.--i 1 vea bt 

uuSe lo buy mrzl Lhea(>er next wee# 
than at any time In 'he ia«: mrer 
moniha 

A spnkeAfflan fur one riilrag!.- 
f<a>d chain ra:-l^.lned why the slump 
in wheat price# waa refle'’ed ao 
awtflly In re'.asl price cuta The 
food fuuat--m - highly .-‘mpetitlve 
and we have to act faai for this 
reason." he aald 

De#plLa Ihe attffer anuaung In 
train prlcea. A, W Zelomek of New 
York, acotvomlc eounselor and pre- 
sident of the Inierualional Btalia- 
Ui^e: Bureau, predicted ruaimndlly 
prU- would fall «v tc 16 per rent 
wtthio nine months. 

The back of the Inflation haa 
been broken,” be said In Cincin- 
nati. 



TUlnmi" 

The f. 
radioed 



increased 
acrommodation tbai wuuld follow 
In the wake of baalth Insurance 
Immediate need for hoapitaliiaUon 
has been strcaaed by the Premier, 
the Btwtemenl said, along with the 
nrceaalty for the Dominion Oovem- 
ment to aaaUt financially in the con- 
atrucUon of husptul buildings 
"Blrellarly, Premier Johnsuc haa 
asked that more generous uraiment 
nf the old age pension acheme be 
accorded, not only through the Fed- 
eral authorlilea assuming a grraier 
share nf the burden, but alec by 
rerision of the aga UnUtathma In 
order to widrii the arupe of the 
beneflla," the atatetnenl conlinued. 



Aa a Ignited Ai«lea Coast Guard 
cutter aleamed towards f*-- stn<*ken 
veaaH. U" -.-fj erwft mewiaged 

W> '•- I ' last miirh ir' rr Ifeaw 
•«eas were hampering f^-’-stlovi* of 
the euMer 

A tlfe‘^-#l aaj aenl In an- 

'wer to an «oe from an onidentl- 
fled »hlp near the Columbia River. 

Dr -entn* tjf ihe three — i-nen 
•*— probable (oil in the Winter 
•»*»rm to -4t One crewman wr loei 
■Then the flxhparker AmarvUts 
•wamprd and sa:.': In heav\ aeaa 
a blinding sTV-itomn In Queen 
mvariotf. -rl : -'-rday. and two 



Ttncn liesie(rc(l 



PI.IPING. Feb. 7 — 

manlsts are aetleely bealegtng 
Baehlatua. a eallway Uwa aoly 
seven mile# aouth of Mukden, pra- 
Govemmenl Chinese prrsa dia- 
patches from Maneharla said ta- 
nlrhk 

I <m ar bolatloo of a Dumber 
of other (mportaoi Government 
■teens polnla la Hoothem Man- 
churia was reported aa the Na- 
Uonaltot poslllon steadily weak- 
ened. 



:_AKE MUCCKSb. Feb 7 uTl. — | 
Tl>e Paleatlne PartiUun CommUaloni 
served noUr- today that Britain 
must protect poUrv arms arvd sm-' 
munlUon In the Roly Land until 
the United NaUons take them over.' 

The rive-member commiaaton at 
s f! ‘^=-1 meeting In Dniled NaUnns 
headquarun expressed dlaaalls- 
fncfinn With Bruatni decUion that 
the large storea. whlcb trvclude 
marhme guru and armored can. 
aimply wiu be left for the com- 
Q.r‘’’''n when the member# assume 
control. Thu was annouBcrd to 
the United Nations group todsy. 

The eommlasiun also (onnaily re- 
quested the BrIUsh Government le 
sgree to preparatory stepa looking 
toward establtahment of Jewish and 
Arab mliltia In the projected coun- 
trie* 

(■art of the meeting waa taken 
op wlUt a study of a special report 



from the eonimuaion to Uu Secur- 
ity Council on the need for an 
armed force lo carry out the par- 
iiuoo of the Holy Larvd. which was 

Natl<«u 



T am hopeful aomethmi may 
come of ihe repreaentaUotu I have 
made, and 1 will dominue to press 
tor these ref(>mu until they are 
brought to fruition ’ Mr Johnson 
said In the atstement He aald he 
mas "greaUy encouraged by the 
sympathetic heating accorded him." 



approved by the 
Asaembly last November The mem- 
ber# ordered some drafting rhangef 

thud 



and decided to coruider 
draft Monday 



MK 8TAFFOKII < KIl’Ph 
F -.nomlc planner • in - chief oi 
j Britain, who yesterdsiy derlarrd that 
Britain must agree as a country of 
democrats to act along sound Unn 
for ertui'imlc recovery or be forced 
|lnto the methoda of totalitarian 
.-.-.r.in.l A.' rdliig to Reuters, be 

'Id In a speech in Edinburgh that 
all must auhordinaie thetr <fwri In- 
(tereats 1 / those nf the nation 
aumeuna would be called up lo force 
• 1 rm U> .'omiV as the only sltema- 

I ll\e to dlaaster ** 



VA.^I I'UVER. Peb 7 CF< In the 
Urgtat mass cIlL-enahlp Crfemriny 
in the e!«y * hUP'ry. 136 persons, 
inr ;dl; i 13 R*.iislaiu. todsy lof.k 
the oath of si!~ :-:.re to Canada 
arwl were new cltlxcns 

The ivew rlllreru took the oath 
before Count) Coun Judge R. A 



(ji aiiin" H< 

r 

Oil Airpai 
In (/ordonlload 



ilins 



men are n 



Winds he: 



PARIK. Prb. 7 France and 

Hpaln annoanred (enlthl (heir 
rommnn frontier, riosed nearlv 
twe years, wnnld be reopened 
Mondav midnight. 



aver 

age of 4ft miles an hou-' about 6 M 
nr nm, but gusts were mure {s'werful 
peak ot the gale was fmvn > lo 4 
i-;** In the city, but si Pamela 
airport a 46 mph wind was 
a« - ■ pm wuh g-i»<a up 
U' • — ph 

BC PlJotaee rvpnr^r^l seas olT Uu 
harbor were v"G rough." but rvo 
lahlpn were In dlAruIty 

Heavy ralD and -'.-rtV flurvie# werv 
reported fmm Up ’* snd potnia. 
.Vlrt/Wla was h*> ' .. esraplng snnw» 
jfall yreterdsi “ • -- general over 

not yet decided A*'* wajihem half of ttvs Provtnew 
'lallrrs here and’bbd tied up irafflr in Vancouver and 
* cent boost wUjjihe Fraser Vaitey 
meeting of the. Colder air mr.inc down from ths 
r. lYukon is etperted Uv drop Ihs ther- 

k each company. mon .<:- 1 again tonight 



fly The Canadian Pren# 

Eleven perauns died in a serial of 
week-end plans sccldrnU through- 
out the United fitates. 

A fragment of a broken propeller 
that rifled lhr«u|h ihe fuselage of 
an airliner carryfnt ** persona 
killed one ol Lbe men ymierday 
Another died in the explosion and 
crash of an Air Force P-M jet plane 
near Champaign. 111. 

four aoldlera died when an Air 
Force C-47 crashed late yesterday, 
on a North Carolina mountainside 
The aertrs of accldenu began Fri- 
day night when an Air Force bomber 
crashed In Arkanias, killing five 
men. 

lo the North Carolina craah. an 
Air Force C-47 cargo-type plane w«k 
returning to the OreenvUle. 6C, 
air base wh*m It struck a mountain- 
side rvear Asheville during fog Six 
'oldlen eecaiwd wlUt Injuries from 
the burning wreckage, but the air 
base announced the other four 
aboard had been killed. 



^"HICAOO, Feb 7 iA6 A 
V J new cold wave struck 
United r:ates Lk5-;-, al'h 
ati.'W snd dn 

•kidding ahe--^ of It Ti 
bl -J-ts from f’anada *ere e» 
peeled tO'bhrflket the enure 
Mldneat tonight, spreading 
east and as far south as Vlr- 
finis by tomorrow. 

Ths Winter-battered East 
C(«ast was slated to get the 
eoid by tomorrow night. Fove- 
raster# aaid It might go as far 
aouth as Virginia. There was. 
however, s nsrrow band of 
warmth along the Gulf C'last. 
while the Fsr West was rainy. 

Temperaturas ranged from 
II below at Pembina, N D, lo 
Miami'.- 71 The mercury Id 
other p1a<-va skidded precipi- 
tately aa the cold air moved 
south 



Beating the February 19 dead- 
line set by the Department of Tratu- 
pnrt. ths Memorial Air Park Asan- 
elalloo ysaterday began grading 
runways at the 17-acrt Gordon 
Head Airpark sits with a bufldoser 

The Department of Traruport ad 
vlasd ths City last mcmlh that un- 
leas development of ths pri>perty of 
ihs flying flsld was stSTted by that 
date, prrmtsslao would bs gl'vn for 
the erection of two CJVl radio 
tower# on adjacsni (roperty. 

The City Council, which pur- 
chased the property for 130 OOO 
gave the as<r«laUon authority to 
go ahead with the developments 
despite the fkrt that ths Bi>anlrh 
cnunrll has not yet rrmned thr area 
for airport purpose*. 



l\iis.sia Llaims 
Attacks Made 



BAN FRANCISCO. Feb 7 OP 
Most Northeni California sam-rnlUs 
were Idle today as the Pacific Gas 
and Electric Company preased 
oonservatlon measures to meet the 
plate's drought-induced power short- 
age 

The rompany reported Its p«)wer 
conservation drive was being pur- 
sued on a C-- operative basis, and 
that power was being curtailed 
rather than being halted to the 
lumber industry 

Lumber union iivikeamen said 
more than 1.000 mil) worker# were 
affected. 



Dr W A Carroibert. chairman 
of the ProvlnclaJ Ooai and Pstro- 
leum Board, announced yeFerday 
that a new pmpuaaJ «nU be placed 
before the buard In an attempt to 
end the week-old oU c-jmpany 
' strike' which ha# halted imports 
nf refined gsA*iiine from Uis Uniisd 



uoecow. Feb 7 (g') -A Tass 
dispatch from Vlenns said today 
United States BiUltary poUcs there 
hsvs msds psrvmal stlsckv on 
Soviet mllliary personnel and that 
official prulests have been made. 

Ths Tass dispatch, headlined In 
M'wrtiw newspaper#, said if further 
attacks ar# made OD Soviet military 
personnel the Russians "wlU be 
obliged io defend themselves ” 



Os_r- line supply In Pru#4r*ce 
was C-. by 3i per cent last week 
wtieii luipertal. ^heli. and flume 
■Ills halted Imports of re.med gaso- 
line arrft cut deliveries to retailers. 

Cv'v ■■fS’:.: when the Provincial 
■- ff*' I'-d only a thre.’-ccr*t 
E.-.— m wrM.i.maie pt~e« al'.^f the 
had jrked f S:vrri.-?i 
ranging from 4H to 1 % cents a 
gallon 

Dr. Carmihsn said in Vanc^^^vtr. 
according to The Cansdiaa Pieu,, 
that even bad the of the re 

queated irvereassi beet, granted >ontc 
of the crsnpaiiie* w <uJd make ex- 
< priifilck and that under tli» 

new agreement an attempt wtU be 
made <0 rep'ilate a permanent 
pricing lyslem under whwn no 
rompany will make vxc,;^lvc prufiu 
but all will recc’v# leasorvable re- 



JFRUBALEM Feb 7 OPi Arabs 
maimed Je* and killed a asc. 
<,tkd outright In an attack im 
a nonvoy In Ut. Galilee today 



riirff M.inH)nrd on r.akf of !cf 



l/n'(‘lyArij[unirnts on iSolitniolizfition 
In Store f(tr liritain Dnrin^W eek 

LONDON, Feb. 7 CF - Britain a prspsred to oo-oprrats after ihs begin on reform of the House of 
peers doctors trad# unlonlsu, ihe Health Act comes Into fores Jui.v k.| Lords These will precede a larger 

m.n Aiu. . mu. .uu,moWl. ,nu 3 Th. ““ “ n.uon.lU. ^ 

Industry comes up tor second read-<#uii in ralical changes lo Ihs eon- 
the bftuswife who wants to be sure ^ Oommu'ta Tuesdsy and;#utuiinn and power of the Upper 
of cheap gat frw her c««Qklng. ah Wedneaday TTUs measure follow# the ' Chamber. 

arr -'onrented with Whitehall de- patient of irgiaiatinn which brnughl| The ancle-'* •; -|sm of hereditary 
here# arvd dt 'iiwions thla week coal, elecuicity and transport under ‘ rurc.- -?tnn may bs changed to alio* 
Reldcvm F the parliamentary bud-iF“***‘' owmsrthip and completes ihel greater reprasenUUon through elec- 
ao full of dynamite Hera to the m^nd-up of the fuel Industrie# I tion of men and wt*men who have 

Ther* will be a aolid ConservaUve ntade contribuUons to the public 
. awd perhaivs Liberal vole agaiiuM the good 

1 .ct to oh*. U.iu, 1.000 

the National Health Bervks BUI 

Thu gtv“ -r-p^rtunlty for acrid dto- 

u--tK Ul.t.t..* tear.# ConesrvatWe amendmenu Th' 

ue of Oovemm 



sues 



ns(ni 



Premier Brr<jr. 

rn«te from Ottawa will hsv- a 
«eek ahead of him when sr; 
E-:TH=e he u*fl for Cr.‘- 1 T% a ’ 

agn three msj'jf toi.-'v 

arisen 

I An order ^ued ind lat-; 
vrtrvled banning Jape:, ve I 
w<-rklgg In Ur:u^*r 
L pi'wn of Int.;fi««r Brltun 



f<^.^ BrIUah CoiumMs 



:_.i r Uii= w Gardtnev 
rarr-, r -?f about SftO 
M 7 r»*,:.=-frtos tn run 
<“ '' was UtUs h-rps 
r*f untona BhUah 

:3 be renewed With 
ft noo pound# nf rasp* 
imate'd ?'*T IMt. AinafI 
:i r* Vanr iver laland 






i OU t 

higher gasoline ptV-c 
I A demand by milk 
and dutributov# in Vanr. 

Loria, Nan arw* Ou« 



day rmtos the 
poUcy which opposes tncreasss In | 
perso na l tnromss without a rorre- 
porvdlng Increase In prr'-:’-:-*' • The' 
Labor Utvvemment frank!, 

worried about the rr-~''>ua artwrvt 
workers who hope for wage tnereassaj 
and II may harr t^.. •l‘te keeping all' 



iy ' ’id be found. 



BHANOflAI. Feb. 7 i/ps This 
Chinrte rr-*T...j» “ ,nrreaaed It# po- 
l>cs fnrea- by 1.000 mm today he 
cause *if fear# the wnearnlng eco- 
nomic ‘-n might result in new 

riots. 

rnfle=‘nn aptraisd to otstosr 
hylghu with rice rasrhing an aQ- 
time high 3f UtOOOno yuan per 
rage If allowanrs for ptsasuic pjrui. or 131 pound# 

Page# X. tl driving wUl be meds by e cvanmiiiee n live aecond ji__ler*oto »- 
Page* fl. tl rvpreamuuv* of s saalds raaoris' .iesM la the prtes of rlcr to a 
C 1 which fear the Ioh of buainsM un- week Ths Oovernmmt btomed 
M '*■* tourist aiitnsBobUes reiuni lo spacuialora. 
igv* 17, It. If ths road. Prices of ether goivto wvrimed op 

Page II f A prsUminary dtocussloo be- fnan fO to 100 w cent over Jan- 
Pagv 14 iwsen party rtprcasnlaUvas will uary Aguras / 



A.STORIA 



//iL'/iJ* onfl 
Of thp M Pal her 



in:re&;.p !n mi!- pr* 

Premier Johnson said in Ve-s'.^- 
vrr aamnttng to The r ' ,v,in 
River hniban today her •tern sm- Preaa, appdntaMnt of a ttatonn of- 
bsdded tot 0 ud aad aarvd and her fWr between the Brlttoh Or- . 
bow stickinc sut s£ t^-‘ water Ooser^uneat arwl the Irr-T^.-.' ^ 

Trt' rr^^e puB^ were put to Waterways Comm-avsi ala- 

work la aa attempt to rvOosI the dtarumed wnn the FtotIi,. 

vMse:, out aater #4111 appear^ to, A** Oablnei 

he r -iftg ■' fe-e* than it was' Premier dlwnaved with eowt 

being ,ied The ‘ - P-A 

-Wp. Ihe forwver OBB Be!.,«e //.ZT 

.prang a toas a. . 1 ^ w» betng 

nr#d In Fnrtland r* w»ppln« T!!L^ v 

^ * I Mr Johnson announoed that 

The Blip to MorAHit Ihs mata AgBmltaral MIntoUr James Osr- 

^ P*' ^ Astoria : diner will try lo find a mhiUrm sf 



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THK DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. B.C 



Bim;» ISftT. AirUnil tn th« Nrth*r 



ives Senate 



Canadian Fo(m! Arri\es in 



Ckja4a *rt r»r«l)' otMnrii mort 
tiikii *U. ir.Uf* »bDvr ibr nutb. 



OTTAWA. Prb 7 CP> - Und^r U will ■>rn«l • n«w *ri 

•n «lt«r»Uon In rulM dMivned to of ftrnaU u»«ful»»M Th* CbAmber 
provldt mor* work. ii»r Senau u on inatteia tucb u lU MarLhini 
foinf to h«vf> thp flr«t look at U-fia- »tudir« of tmrnlKntlon and tha In- 
lation that will mark J>c &ni major coow Tai Act. haa ahowD a uknt 
rtvisl'm of Um Canada 8hlppU>K and a aeaJ for projacU of t h I a 
Act In yean. luiturr 

Tran* port Minuter Chevner. a Id AMENfiMfc.NTh 



?ro Issue 



WAKinJJk SPRINGS Pla. P«h 
7 •iVa-Tlie conferenck of Southern 
govarnori gava the DemcxrraUi: Na- 
tional Admmutration an ulumattun 
today to ceaar attack* on "whlta 



Conquest at 



«U1 be heavy More than 



three 

doarn amendment* are anticipated 
In the blli. which reflecta the war- 
bom growth of the Canadian mcr- 
panUla fleet to a coiulderable iiae 

Mr Claaton'f btU. preaagrd la«t 
aeailon. al*n would be a major task, 
reflecting the modern autua of the 
three armed force* and their re- 
serves. The MlUUa Act. like the 
Shipping Act, had not had a 
' thorough going-over in years. 

The Senate rule change, made 
by member* laat *ea*lon, looked/ to 
the Introduction of Oovemmeot 
; leglilatioo particularly durtng the 
early *taie* of a Maalop. when the 
Common* habitually ipend* week* 
droning through the Ibroni Speech 
debate and the Upper Chamber 



member ng the Federal Cabinet to 
pilot a. Government bill tn the Up^ I 
per Chamber ae a result of the rule 
change which climaxed persistent ' 
cGUcUm of Benstc Idlenew. 
niVIDES WORK 

Dual purpose of the change, al- ' 
lowing any Cabinet minuter to ex- 
plain and defend hi* IcgUlatlon I 
there. U to redUtribule Parliament's 
work more. equitably and to hasten' 
the legislative' proctu a* a whole 

Senator WUhart Robertson. Oor- 
emment leader in the Senate, haa 
been lobbying among Cabinet col- ; 
league* in search of the work hU 
Chamber wants Re said that the 
Slapping Act would tie Initiated 
there and that there was a chance 
Defence MlnL'.ier Claxton also 
would appear with a large-scale re- 
vision of the Militia Act 

Whichever minister gets in first 
probably will find hunself embroiled 
I In a bit of ceremony, because Sen- 
I alar Robertson does not Intend to 
allow the occasion to pass without 
adequate noUoe. 



Jean Dety (hst tn hand), Csnsdisn Ambsisador to Italy, attends ceremony at Leghorn to welcome St. 
Cotton Ststc at vessel arrives bringing Csnsdisn food gifts to Italy. 



COHO CHAU 



Aralts May Deal Death liloi 
If Necessary to Preserve ! a * 



Bsoutiful Eorringi 
Bracelets 
Beads 



JSAU6ALEM. Feb. 7 uFV— Great 
numbers of Jews and Arabs now 
doubt the United Nations xrUl be 
able to force the partltlorung of 
Palfisune unless Uie United BlaUx 
or an Ui'ernational police force sup- 
ports th* projected Jewish state 
with oirn, money and munitions. 



say all will be lost unless help 
comes. 

Counting only trained and or- 
ganised troops, the Jews have about 



members of the United Nation* ex- 
cept Trans-Jordan, ar* wUllrui to 
give the U K a posalbU death blow 
if necessary to preserve their league 
D-f>AV STAR 

Reliable aourcM Indirated today 
that the Araba have chosen Febru- 



SAN DIEGO. Calif Feb 7 A 
40.0^ men and^^^ Arabs ao.OOO cnJted State* Navy torpedo bomber 

crashed In flame* (odav during am- 
• reserve phihiou* manorutrr* ar San Crem- 
Jtas and teiend • miiea n orl ha Tv t of 
here killing tl»e iwo-man crow 
The Jews are rerruiling men The plane w.. near the end of 
dally but iheir potential aurngth a borrhing nm on the island when 
IS so far below Uiat of the Araba tt burst into flames and partlalh 
that moil feel their chances of vie- dlcin»^trraied bef«*re hilling the 



force* of probably 



ary It as D-Day In their eampatgn 



Many U>"uesnds of Jtwrs ere con 



tident Amerlra will send aid. Arab* 
regerd such ■ move as a pouibUlty 
'Hiey con'erid. hnwe\cr, that Amer- 
ica's once considerable prestige In 
<he Middle Rant u at such a low ebb 
today further “pro-JewUh Inter- 
ferenre ■ will l>e of Ultle ronee- 
quencr. 

llOl.tl I.ITTt HOr>. 

Kardjy anyone In the sinfe-Uirh 
Holy Land believes there will be 
peace while Uie effort U mads to 
divide the 



MOONBEAM 

PEARLS 



In All of fht Postel 
Shadss 



GIVI' 

TO 

SHOWIR 

OF 

DIMES 



iniriv leans oi iiarnage 
Worth $60,000 Claims Wife 



ancient oountry Into 
separata Arab and Jewish staves. I 

Three people. Jews, Araba and 
British, now are shaping PaleaUna's 
immediate future. The Jews fight I 
for the state they were promised ' 
The Arabs fight to defend * country, 
Lhey conquered and occupied 19 
hundred years ago. The British have 
three Ruinths left before handlitg 
over their reiiporwlbltltlee to the 
United Nation*. 

Th* mandatory Oovemmeni under 
Which Britain has ruled the Holy 
(.And since the AUlea drove out ihe| 
Turks in iha Great War obvloualy is; 
Intent on keeping Its plaru to drop 
tha mandat* May 16 and evacuate 
SrtUah troops by August 1. 

The Arab League- -compoaed of 
Lgvpt. Syria. Lebanon. Iraq. Trans- 
jordan. Saudi Arabia and Yemen— | 
•oUdly backs the Palastlnt Arabs 
That mean* those countries, all 



NEW YORJC, Peb. 7 lNANA>.— 
Aftar having been married ko years 
John Oaster. a farmer In Minne- 
sota. told his wife Mary that be 
wanted to divoree her in order to' 
marry a Xl-year-old glrL Mary re- 
plied ealmly that the would have 
rve objection provided John paid her 
the money he owed her. 

The husband was only loo pleased 
to get off so easily and asked his I 
wife to let him have a detailed ac-[ 
count, according to the February , 
txsue of Magajdne Digest This the 
promised to prepare in a day or two 
and went to work at once When she 
had finiahed bar account Mary sent 
a letter to John saying . 

"Dear John; When we were mar- 



ried. 90 years ago. you asked me to| 
keep a careful accuunt of all assets 
and Uabilliles, and this I did Ac- 
cording to this account you ow* me 

Thirty years' aalary s* a 

housekeepsr 9M.0CK' 

Thirty yeara* salary as a 

farm msnagerca* 16,000 

Thirty years* ssiNry a* a 

children's nurse. . >ok. maid 94.000 



OUR NEW EVENING GOWNS 



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UTTERLY iOVeiY . . TO MAK| 
VOuft fVERy STEP POCTSY 
IN MOTION 



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CREPES. SHEEftS. JERSEvS. 
TAFfETAS, FROTHY LACI AN 
PARTY SATINS IN CORSAGE 
COLORS, ANGELIC WHITE 
AND et>CK 



Lets allowance for food, lodg' 
Ing. clothe* 



Balancf tOO.OOO" 

Mary then gave a detailed account 
of the number of meal* she had 
prepared, of the hours spent wash- 
ing up. of how many time* *h* had 
cleaned the shne*. of the hole* In 
stoeklngx she had mended 
TTien she ronUnued' "I am not 
going to claim that I did more than 
other farmers' wives msy hsvt done 
"But iMU you want to leave me 
and share the assets aocumulkiad by 
me with a younger woman. You will, 
of rmir^e, agree with oie that It 
wouldn't be fair to dUsolvc our 



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WAHHINGTON, Feb 7 SA^. 
Ihplnmatlc authorliles said today 
itureta now has offered to buy 17 
<M|t« vhe ff'>i from the United Ststea 
by *»artlme lend-lrase 
Rus*ls'a hold on the slaps ha* 
been t point of controversy for a 
long time. 



AuthonUas said kioacow offered I 
to buy the 17 in agreeing belatedly | 
to return to the United Stales seven 
I tankers and one cargo ship. The 
State Department tiaa begun nego- 
tiation* 

No barrier to the deal ws* lore- 
•een by offidaie unlees Con g rw 
objects -aside from agreauent on 
tarm* Members of the House Mer- 
chant Marins ComnUtlee have pro- 
tasted Ruaals'i attitude In the past 
They heard tasUmony a year ago 
(hat the OB asked tor return of 
tha ahipe on March It. 1940 
Ths shipa ar* moetly of the Ub- 
erty type and have been carried on 
Maritime Commlseioa books as sur- 
plus tine* Russia got them to de- 
liver lend -lease materials 
Talks on the ship deal are etiU tn 
I a preliminary ataer A sale would 
be a arparate traruwietlon tmm any 
settlement 



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ORANGE. NJ. Feb 7 oP). — A 
tenant ha* "evicted" the lamUord. 

Gerald Date her announced tn 
Eavra County court that tince he 
ran t evict the tenants in his (hree- 
family house, he and his wife are 
moving out. 

Dascher complains that the ten- 
ants use foul language, and that 
In the midst of a cold wav*, they 
damaged his furnace 



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THE DAII.Y COLON'IST, VICTORfA. PC SCNDAV. I'ERKLAKY 8, W8 



Schoolboy Patrol Members Feted by Kiwanis 



war 
\ alentines 
(hi tfw \Va 



C*pl 0&U«(her U !4^i'iinir4i hfkd 
(or the BrltOii Rit'Oirnnir EY^fln(Tr• 
firm, which mukcj « psrtA 
for Itrf* t#lrrulnn tn&nu/«r> 
turrr* Hr U tUKlni Vlrtnrl* (o: • 
abort llmr 



they could be m«nufacturrd lo thia 
country ■* 

Capt. Caihifhrr Mid hr thought 
an area with a« much populaUoo aa 
VancouTer could aupport a trIfvUton 
atatlon ahhoufh a drnac population 
la needed at prraroL 



TelcvUion U now acU aatabUahrd 
In England and Ita futura U "ex- 
Captain H. Oallagher. 



bcaJ up th# mail boa and ruit toe 
oover. men, a leap-year St. Valen- 
tine a Da.T U about to burtl In a 
ahoaer of little p(rk cuplda. per- 
f’lmed <iaUn. and hlgh-pre«ure 
P'lbUcity 



ccUcnl 

former Canadian army radar expert 
and now technical head of a BntUh 
teleriaiuu manufacturing firm, aald 
here jreaierday 

"Ln Uindon. thuUaanda have te>- 



bouaea within a radiua of 3u tniica 
are aUo equipped. ' be explained 
He aald trlcvialon in Britain la ui>der 
Onvarnment control and baa no 
adveruxuig BpurU, newa, and even 
whole theatre playa are televlacd lu 
the London area to ’ an audience 
the kiae ol the population of 
Canada ' 

Tlie Royal wedding waa plrkcd up 



1* thia year la noteworthy foe the 
a>"-"int of liUi.. ' aomeone la try- 
ln,r to create in leap-year cuatoma; 

uhicti are auppoacd to hcatuw all 
a"nA of amonjtu pnellefea on ^ 
»lKre.v&i«e t»ung ladiea 

thU fancy hearu and flowert' 
biiamera beKan rmturlea ago in, 
SiwUand In the year 12gg. the, 
S<»(Uh Parliament ordained tiuu' 
c^'fv Riatdrn ’it balih high and 
toae evUlt aliall Itac Ilbertle (o cp^k 
ft man ahe likea. 

*‘Oif he refuaea to lak her to bee 
hit wife '* the law atated. “he shale 
hee mulct In the aum of ane bun-, 
dreiiity pundU 'about g&00< or leaa. 
*A Ilia e.«tatt may bee ' However. 
"Olf he rah make It appeare that 
he U betrothil Ut another w'jman 
then he xhall be free " 

ThU laxt. of eoune. la a matter 
of «7plnlon. and probably every mar 
lied man rn>ild apevic np about belrg 
"mulct ' wfietlicr they refused or not, 
hut romantic Frenrh aalrma thought 
I' waa a good Idea 
aiMlIAR IJtW 

They paaaed a similar law and 
were followed in the Iftih oentury 
pN Plorencc and Oenoa bigland 
followed suit, but (or the court fine 
waa auhatltuted the praeticml re- 
quirvment that men bestow “s new 
rilk drwsa " on the glrL 



Dressmaker 
or n^racefully 



by televtalon trsmmittcra even in 



the chspel and relayed to sets au 
that man.v had a better view of the 
wedding than those on Ute atreet 
A teat of reception waa made, and 
the ceremony plcaed up aatufac 
tortJy on a runc-inch acrern O miles 
from London. Hotela aitd halla bad 
lelevuuon acta Uutalled to televur 
the aeddlng. 

London u aerved hy centra: 
atatlon nm by the BBC, Cspt 
GsUagtier aald. and large cltlea like 
Manrlieater and Birmingham are 
having televiainn rquipmeht In- 
atalled. 

Tciciuiuii aeu. «tw. a rune or 
la-inch acrern sell in Englsnd from 
4360 to about |i 000. although eapor' 
price, once export la started, would 
be leas he aald. 

"Bmuh manufacturer! could ex- 
port sets to sell for aa cheap as 



flared 



'tile t.icf) plaul*. cal' 

ii'l'iic*. cherkA. xtripcA 

t;ir' . M.i. aiul paAtei 



Citv Schools 



Uiar^e 

Falsely 



ocal Scene 



properly. It waa 



make 



neceaaarv (or tha young lady to be 
wearing a acarlet petUoowt when she 
made her proposal ' and she had to^ 
lift tier AkIrU high enough so the 
grntleman could .^ee “the lower por- 
tion" of flte fwiuoosl before the 
elalm waa legal Queen Victoria 
wouldn't have liked that. 

Prom these rather exotic begin- 
nings hate come the modem Valafi- 
Une cards and the iradillonal leg- 
eiidv about a woman'a rtghta in leap 
yeara 

If any feminine member dortnl' 
niake the grade this year and can't 
wait another fwr years, she can g« 
straight to the South Reas. There 
are no Valentine cards there but 
every j’car U a leap year, for Poly- 
nevian custom require* (hat the 
wimen tAke the Initiative m matters 
ef the heart. 



Memonea of U.e United Kingdom 
Tlnibei Delegation's tour of BiilUI. 
Columbia last year wvre revived on 
January 39 at a reunion dinner held 
at Oroavenor House, London, Eng- 
land 

During the eveMng, preaentatlon? 
were made to W. A M<-Adam 
Ageiit-ueneral Vn British Columbia 
Col. R Douglas Roe. Canadian 
Commercial Becretary in London, 
and P K Reymiida. of the CPJt 
' who acrompanlrd tho party on ite 



I — \\ ith AfiilMiunal Uitlrict Nevt on I'agc 

livd ('n>ss lilood Donor (.I'uih 
lo I isil riiroe ('itv Centres 



rilllie 



Kemcniher 
"The Shower 
of Dimea‘* 



Tiirce persona, two men and a 
woman, have been charged in city 
police court with obtaining goods 
from r>at1d Spencer Ltd 



Whether teaching experience 
gained In ungraded Khoola la 
equivalent to that acquired In city 
graded schools waa debated yester- 
day before the arbitration board 
now hearing the salary dispute be- 
tween the Greater Victoria School 
Teachers' AsaocUtion and the 
Greater Vlrtitrla School Board 
Hearings were 



under 

false pretences 

Roy ,Q Plalier and Edward Mc- 
Rae elected trial before the police 
magUiratc but reserted pl*a Mar- 
iam Haycock reserved both pita and 
AU were remanded until 



Red Cross Mobile Blood Transfusion Service is holding 
three separate clinics In Victoria next week. 

Wednesday, February 11, the clinic will be at Victoria 
College, where a large number of students have registered. 
Friends of students will also be accepted The clinic will be 
at the regular location, the Britannia Branch. Canadian 
Legion Hall, on Thursday. 

A opeclal clinic tor Eiglea will be 
held Saturday at the Eaglet Hume 
on View Stree'. Regular donors who 
rind Saturday more convenient will 
be accepted 

Anyone who regutered at a blood 
donor wlUi the Red Croaa more 
than tlx momlu ago and who. 

through cltauge of address or any School, Front &ti 
other rewAon has not been called, la evaning at I o'clock 
aeked to get In Uyuch wHh tha Red’ Speaker will be Major M Kirk- 
Croat headquarters, 603 Broughton patrlck Crockett on the subject 

"T</wn Planning ‘ He la secretary of 
the Victoria Town Planning Com- 
mlsalnn. 

A delegation from the Portage 
Inlet Comunlty Club will be present 
to report on progrru made by Its 
club to improve th* Gorge waters 
and the proposed canal to join the 
&qulmalt harbor. 

Reports of ths works, recreation 
and parkr. membership and build- 
ing eommlttees will be aubmltied. 



election. 

MoruUy. 

City police invavugaimg the 
charges aaald approximately 44.UOO 
wifrth I'f goods have been obtained 
by persoru who wrongfully gave the 
names and charge account number* 
of store custnmen lo obtain articles 
on eeedtt Inveeilgatiotu are con- 
tinuing and further arrests ei- 
peeled. 

Fisher wax charged in police court 
on Friday after being brought here 
from Nanaimo McRae amt Mim 
H aycock were arrested in Vancou- 
ver by L>etccUve Angus Munro of 
the Viclnria police, and brought 
here Friday afternoon by plane. 

The woman Is charged that she 
'•unlawfully by false pretences and 
with intent to defraud did ubuin 
one watch, of over the value of 43$. 
from David Spencer Ltd , by laleely 
pretending and aaaertlug that she 
waa entitled to pledge th* credit of 
one. Mrs Wardle. at Aleniie* Street, 
contrary to the rriaunal C<yi*,“ 

Chargea against the two men 
are similarly worded but list In the 
case of McRas a thrrs-plece ster- 
ling silver dresser set. and of Fisher 
a lady's coat Both articlea are 
valued at more than 43$. 



comnienced on 
Monday and continued yesterday 
after a tvn-day adloununent. 

Chairman of the arbitrallon 
tward la Alan Raker C D Ovans 
la the teachers' repmeniatlvr and 
Arnold Edmonds waa chosen to 
represent the school truairea Coun- 
sel for the aaaoclsdon la Jordan 
Guy. and W H M Haldane u act- 
ing for the school board. 

Mrs Haiel Rudvun, chairirian of 
the teachers' salary c'^mml*. er. said 
yesterday that she loruldered ex- 
perience gsined in country school* 
aa esiuabie as that acqtiired in 
larger truiltuHona 
John Oough. municipal inspector 
of sehnola. in atuwer to Li* same 
question, said In h>a opinion, a 
teacher would give better service 
after five years' espertenre In Van- 
couver schools than after a similar 
term In ungraded country schools 
Tlw board also heard dlsrasslon 
on Ute teachers' •ubmisslon that 
time waa a trend in other large 
school dlstrlrta towards the estab- 
Uahmroi of a high school maxi- 
mum of at least 43,500. 



and the new 
BA LLERINA 
style 



Edith 
I any 



R»G( LAR .MEETING 
Regular meeting of tha Victoria 
West Community Centre wUl be held 
m the auditorium of Victoria West 
Thursday 



tmawa 

'^aid Sui 



Tltree major achievements fur 
B;i'l>h OiilumbU. rmt of (hem aa- 
luiBhce of a high-speed highway 
u< Patricia Bay alrpurt. are cx- 
prcied to be unveiled by Premier 
Bvrem Johtwon on hla return from 
bU first official viaU to Ottawa. 

Reports from ths capItaL where 
the Premier waa an unknown quan- 
tity lo Federal tiegutlators. Indicate 
that BrtUah Columbia’s new leader 
gained prestige for himself and the 
province In negotiations. 

Ho official announcemenl was 
made at Ottawa of results of the 
meetings and official sources aald 
any announcement* trill be left to 
the Premier himself when ha re- 
turns home. 

Premier JohiWiO was guest of 
honor at a dinner In the Parliamen- 
tary restaurant given by H. W May- 
hsw. MP, for Victoria. High-rank- 
ing Government offtelala and Cab- 
inet ministers attended. 



PI A.N PRFbES'T.ATION 

T«« Dstlvr flower portrait* by 
a rtly artui will be formally pre- 
sented lo the ProTinela) Gaveni- 
ment by the Kecirty for Preaerrs- 
llon *f Native Plants of R.( . at a 
ceremony la the entrance eorrldor 
ts the ProvInrlaJ tJbrary. Monday 
at S p-m. 

Tbe patnlingA. of (he dogwood 
and rhododendron, are the work 
of Mrs. I.illlan Sweeney. Mrs. Hogh 
McRenxJe, president of the society, 
will present' the paintings to Hon. 
W T HlraJlh. .MinUter of F.ds- 
ratloo. arling on behalf af the 
CevemmeDt. 



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MEETING'S RPEARER 

Dean Spencer Ellini wlU addrea 
the meeting of the 8t Mar> a Men* 
Guild Thursday, February 13. at 
I pm. 



Totljiv's^iipslion 

___ Answer on Page 4 — 
When did firllUh Columbia 
mntortatx ehaiige from driving on 
the left hand side ■ t the mad to 
driving on the right? 



PATIENTH ENTERTAINED 
Victoria Lodge Ho. 3, BPOE 
entertained patients at the Veterans 
Hnapltal Friday evening. 

Master of ceremonlee was C. C 
Howard, and others Included C 
Heaton, and O Todd. B White. A 
Home. D Park. E UcLareo and 
the Borgen Sisters. 

DIRECTOR TO NPEAK 
Dr. Clifford Carl, director of thci 
Provincial Museum, will be the' 
speaker at the monthly meeting of 
the 'VlctOTla Hatural History ftoclety, 
in the reading room of the Provin- 
cial Library Tuesday. February 10 
at 4 pm HU ffubject will be Nature * 
Submarines." 



on. TANK EXPLODES 
WALLACE. Idaho Feb 1 <JP\ A 
700-gallon fuel nU tank exploded 
here today and »et fire to the Coeur 
D'Alene Hardware and Foundry 
Company causing damage estimated 
at 4450 000 The Dre burned for more 
than two hf'ura, 



NOTICE 



TO MEET niAIRMA.N 
In order lo dUnua demands from 
service sialiuD operators for a one- 
rent-a-gallon Incrraa* tn the mark 
up of gaAoline, the Victoria branch 
of the Oarage and Motor Trades 
Aaaoctalinn will meet with W A 
Carmthers. chairman of the Coal 
and Petroleu.*n Board. It waa an- 
nounced yesterday. 

C J. HotwckkI, president of the 
branch, ssld Hie meeting would be 
held at 3 30 p m. Mondgy. ^ 

PRO Ri:r ri.AR.sTs* i 

Pro-Hec cUasea for lenior boys tnd 
young men will atari at the Baqul- 
mall Community Centre. 1133 Col- 
ville Road, at 7 p m. Monday. 

Under the leadership of an ex- 
per'.eneed instructor, 



The annual niecrinji of the 
II <* \criruluiral Aiv.cta- 
ti(^n will hr heW in the Cifv 
Hall. 'Ihttr»dav. l-ehriiArx 
12. I'WM 

AT R P M 

BC Ai*nrultural 

Axvfvrialmn, 

W H. MFARN.s, 
Secretary 



IS PLAYS SArr 

According (o act of Congfeu, the 
United States aecretary of the 
treasury cannot own a sea-going 
veaseL 



atari IS nrsrarrti rin 
ins Ministrr\s l^raisr 



Breakfast in Bed 



Operational research program re-i 
rently initiated by th* British C»-' 
lumbla Rdlearch Council U a “moat' 
tinlqus and progreudve development! 
for Brttlah Columbia Industry." ac-| 
cording to Hon. Leslie R Eyres,, 
ehslrman of th* council | 

Introducing Sir Charles Wrtghl,| 
former director of research for th« 
British Admiralty, to a meeting of 
the board of management. Mr. Byres 
explained that nperstkmal research 
wa* s wartime devetopment success- 
ful tn Improving such mllttaxy oper- 
siiona a* radar, mine laying and sat- 
uration bnmMng. 

Through the aerrlrea of Sir 



ency and reduce production eoaia. 
Mr Eyres aald 

Other developments announced at 
the meeting were. 

A grant has been made^to tatb^r 
data on practical feeding alandard* 
for fur-beart^ animals. A baafe 
research project in develop economi- 
cal meUinds of heating and drying 
waste pmducU, such aa sawdust and 
agricultural waste, la now tn pfo- 
gresa. If euccessful, th* work will 
find marketable products from waste 
materials. 

A aurvey of modem methods of 
lining Irrigation canals, to Improve 
construe Uon 



la alwrayt a delightful experience for the fairer tax On meving 
day a comparable reaction can be realised by engaging a com- 
pany that ukea car* of all details. 



HEANEY’S 



the program 
will Include organised eporta. boxing 
and wrestling, physical training and 
tumbling Enrolment can be made 
Mntidav nixht or any afternoon at 
the centre before 5 pm. 

Senior girls' and women*! claaaes 
are held every Wednesday at 7 pm 
Further Information on th* elaasea 



CAREFUL SINCE It90' 



Diamond 

Eni^agemcnt Rings 

M O i: N T I S' r, S 
Created hy ^ 

"AM ELL 

70.04* HO.OO 100.00 
110.00 126.00 
P1.0B TAX 



Irrigation canab 

Charles, the BC Rexearrh Council particularly tn Interior frult-growins 
la now attempting to apply the areas, has juai been completed A 
technique to operations of Brttlah project on the treatment and con- 
Columbta Industry lor improvementj irol of majdltia tn dairy cattle la now 
of plant proccaaea. IncreaAd effld- approaching conchwlon 






A UTOMA tic 



HEAKtNG I^STJlt;M£^rS 



♦ In the pUv “(»reen Pastures. " the enaracier Noah 
ohserted, "I ain't very much, but I'xe all I got." This 
It simple but elorjuent reashnini;. 

The reAh/ttn*n of re»jx>n»ihiWiy to yourself and to 
others lo be cheerful, aympathelic. and helpful it the 
ha*is of I sound personality III and disf^runtled 
people are a burden to all. Take gr-wid care of yourself 
Do n*'l forget that both your family physician and 
your pharmacist are on your side to help you *tay well 
and happy. All you have to do 14 ask for their help 
When til. *ee your phy«-ioan. We are fully e«^uipped 
to fill w.uT prescription and furnish the needed sick- 
room supplies. / 



GAS ' 

WATER HEATERS 



BETTER 

HEARING 



For Momto or O/ftos CowewitwDoa- 



litarttrd 



FRONB EH0H4 



OfAMOND MltCHANTS ~ igWIUJM 

YAm mt IROAD 



ON DISPLAY AT 



C. J. MCDOWELL 

1000 DOUGf-Ag 



iOSEFHINI RRYDGCS 




mu COl.OMST. MCTOUIA. B C. Si llJlKl .\K^ K l'M,< 



^ilfi (toUnief 

Caubiiihed 

Tbt Coloeiii Priottflc Pubtiahing Co«np*BT 
Limited l^abilttt 

SubacnpikM Ratta by City Carrier: 

Yearly I . $1200 

Uoothly 100 

SubftcriptioB Raica by idail: 

To Canada Britiah Empire. IjDitcd Suita. Mexico: 

Yearly — 1*00 

Hall- Yearly - <00 

Monthly — 

To All Other Coontriea: 

Yearly « 0 <» 



AH aul'»rrip|iona parable lo advance Mail atib- 
acrRxra ahould make all recnittancei direct to 
The Daily Colonial 
1211 Broad Street. Victoria. RC 
Subicribeii in order ng change ol addrcai ahnald 
be particular in gi'e bi’ih obi and new a'ldreaiei 

tiunday, febroary (. It4l 

Prt»>inriiil R#*vrnu«*A 

No Government, one iuc|iei,i», will ever 
reach the point where they coniicier that the 
revenue! are aulhcieni lor all the things they 
would like to do. British Columbia, lor in 
stance, with some 22.000 miles ol roads can 
say that ii needs more money lor road up- 
keep. tn spile ol the ‘loan bill.' Ii is anniher 
point where and how these revenues are to 
be obtained. At present not only the I’rov- 
ince but the Dominion as well are ublaining 
rhe bulk ol their revenue Irom within cor 
poraie ciiv limiM. while the municipalittrs 
arc being Irlt to struggle along with an over 
loaded dand tax and not much else I hat 
condition, with multiplying costs is re- 
ducing tile muniiipaliltes to a stair where 
some ol them will become dependent if it is 
not cured 

While Britiah Columbu cities have been 
struggling for lufficirnt funds to carry on 
ordinary maintenance works. Provincial 
revenues have been doing srery well indeed, 
f or the Iasi complete year of record, the 
fiscal year 1^45-46. on which provincial 
books are now closed, the Province bud- 
geted its estimated receipts at $37.267.7M: 
but collected S46. 183,468. which was 
duly acknowledged m the Public Accounts 
for that year. In sliurt. tiK provincial 
budget erred by some 20 per cent m its own 
favor, and the taxpayers paid in taxes 
against every $4 that had been appropriated 
in the L rgislature 

If is of interest to see from whence those 
revenues came The Public Accounts- for 
194^-46 sets out the following actual collec- 
tions among otliers. with the estimated 
figures in parentheses' Government Liquor 
Act. $11,194,176 r$6. 900.000): Motor 
Vrhicle Act. $3,218,143 i $2.650,000) ; 
Dominion ol Canada paynirnia. $I3.05I,> 
807 ($13,051,807) . gasoline lax. f$4,330.. 
54) ($3,763,625). amusement ticket tax, 
$4o0.200 ($325,000) races tax. $468,148 
($300,000). suiceuion duties. $1,723,091 
($1,200,000). limber royalties. $2,080,630 
($1,850,000);’ timber sales. $1,739,176 
($ I 250.000 » ; and other sums. The 
result was expressed in actual collections of 
$8 9 1 5 .755 more than officially ' estimated'* 
when that budget was brought down in (hr 
fiouse. 

Bonuri of «;8,9I5,755 

Although the munkipahtiet were hard 
pressed in 1946 at the closing period of the 
war. and were asking for assistance from the 
two (jovernmentf. very little of that $8.- 
915.755 bonus came their way. 1 hey were 
promised various commiistons to investigate 
ihetr long-standing claims, with the delay 
that always follows such action. One of 
thoM commiuions. the CUmeron report, hat 
necessitated another commission, this (ime 
under the Public Inquiries Act. to ascertain 
what has been the effect of the adjustment 
made under its recommendations. So there 
has been another delay, and yet more time in 
which nothing of a permanent nature has 
been done 

F rom the standpoint of the senior muni- 
opalilies. they have been left to provide most 
of the personal and publit services for tin 
great influx of population whith has come 
lo British (iolumbia. without being given 
any equivalent revenue sources with which 
CO meet that. F.very dollar that the Province 
collects from wuhin municipal limits re- 
duces bv one dollar the amount of levying 
that corporation can do. and also it is one 
dollar that will not go down on any city 
road, bridge or other essential pubiK Nrvice. 
Obviously the senior Governments must get 
their revenues where they can find them 
Equally obviously if they reduce the muni- 
cipalitica to penury in thu they will find 
themselves carrying the whole load 

7h« sane, middle course is not to force the 
cutes to fresh taxation, but to return some of 
th# soaring revenues which Tre being taken 
from the same ctrrumscrihetl pcxil of tax- 
payers wiihtn city limits It will be said, 
of course, that peovincial revenues are not 
soaring today, and that provincial cosii have 
risen A provincial ' take** of approxi- 
mately $9,000,000 from the gasoline tat 
in the current fiscal year, 1942.48* com- 
pared with $7,825,000 "estimated' at the 
last session of the House: some $8.0p0.000 
more this year under federal grants and sub- 
sidies. and anpaiallclcd returns from liqnoc 
profits, still leave a handsome margin for 
the province to come and go upon. Not 
even the Province can go on forever levying 
20 per crAt more than its budgeted needs, 
while its municipalittes sre reaching the 
boeteen of their scKks. 

Per Diem Allowanee 

If (he Provincul Government an going 
m continue the per diem allowance arrange- 
ment foe the care of indigent patients al Brit- 
ish Columbia hospitals, curreot records have 
proved substaotially that the •*▼*94 t^nrs a 
rate « not nearly enough. The Prerv- 
fwee has tacitly admitted that m the pledge 
to five $550,000 in qwcial grants, retro- 



actively to last July. U'hile there is a race 
on now for a proportionate share ol ihrsv 
grants the basic condition behind ho'. 
pital financing in this Province will have to 
be faicd- A chain of annua^^deficits is not 
a healthy condition in any service so im 
portant to the public. 

'I he observable tact is that the Province 
has made no change in its per diem allow 
ance in years, while operating costs in thcK 
insiilutions were climbing steadily. Also 
the per diem allowance arrangement ilseit 
was misused. No tests were set up by the 
Province for indi.enc.. and anyone who did 



not wTsT) r 

he was not able lo do so. The Province, the 
cities, and to a lesser extent The hospitals 
look the easy road in this, although the hos- 
pitals have tried to collect all of the accounts 
they reasonably could. 

Shuffling (he deficits onto paid bospual 
accounts has not proved a workable solu- 
tion. VX'hercas growth and settlement should 
make for lower costs, those costs to the 
public have risen very sharply indeed. In so 
far as inadequate public assistance is re- 
sponsible for part of that, some remedy will 
have lo he found. The cities obviously can- 
noi contribute more than they arc doing — 
cannot indeed afford to keep up whai they 
are doing now it will be tor the Province 
to re-examine its own position under st.itu(e 
law. The seventy cents per diem allowance 
was inadequate years ago. 

.Not Piiroiiru^lii^ 

I.vcn allowing for tl>e divcrrlion imposed 
on a military chief of staff. General Liscn- 
hower s assessment of the probabilities of 
trouble With Russia must be regarded as a 
sober estimate of the world situation as it 
seems to one of the men best informed and 
in a position to know whst the proipeai arc. 
It (s General Eisenhower's present duty to 
evaluate the imponderablci which lurk be- 
hind the obvious, in (hr interests of his 
country and thereby those of much of the 
world at large 

General Eisenhower sees no danger of war 
at present, but his reasoning ii as unpleasant 
as it may be precise. It is that Russia has 
not the physical capacity lo wage war at 
this time, hence the absence of such possi- 
bility m the near future. Bv that token, 
then, war may be merely postponed, for 
the General implies that once the differen- 
tial of strength u such as to make Russia 
feel the could win quickly, hostilities might 
occur. In view of the possibility that West- 
ern military preparedness might easily lessen 
as Soviet strength increases, judging by the 
cu.sromary postwar arms cutting which takes 
place in the Western democracies- —C anada is 
one example — the thought is anything but 
encouraging. 

The former Supreme Commander also 
expresses the fear that in spite of Russian 
unreadiness for war at this tnne "little 
sparks can start a great conflagration." 
Paradoxical as it may appear, however it is 
conceivable this possibility carries with it 
Its own denial History offers no modern 
parallel to the iron control wielded by Mos- 
cow over Its sareMitfs and agents, and over 
circumstances that normally might be likely 
to provoke conflict. No explosive spark may 
be permitted to ignite before fiovict Russia 
IS ready, if such indeed be her atm Para- 
doxically again, this makes the cold enmity 
so obviously displayed by the Kremlin to- 
wards the Western world, through its end- 
less chain of pliable mediums of propaganda, 
even more deadly in apparent intent. 

On Their i'journf 

A break in the clouds these nights reveals 
the stars on rhrir courses, much as the 
Ancients knew them. Orion Mill hunts, with 
his dog Polaris winks in the rye of heaven. 
1 he big and little Dippers turn like a celestial 
elork. an everlasting calendar. Planets 
weave their way m front of the o)<f. familiar 
patterns. There is comfort in il Un- 

utterable silence and profound order tell of 
a plan that is older and wiser than man's, far 
mere enduring There is no littleness or 
pettiness tn rhe heavens. 1 hat grand pro- 
ccasion. with its twinkling lights and strange 
ilt.siancct. It controlled to the split second. 
I ft man fumble with the knou in a tapes- 
try that must be tied ever on the wrong side 
in a design he cannot are. Nature dors not 
falter I he stars are on course, and seeing 
them one can belic\*e in the Helmsman, ‘unto 
Whose purpose moveth the whole " 

A Kingdom 

My mind ro rrw « kingdom it: 

Su<h presenf joys fhtrein / find 
That It txcrit all other hhst 

That earth affords or Qroa't hy kind. 
Though mufh f uwof u'htch mott ufould 
halt. 

Yet sfif/ my mwd forbids to rrai't . . . 

t sre hou) plenty auffen oft. 

And hatty c/im6eri soon do fall. 

I tee that thoae which are aloft 
Mithap doth threaten mott ot all: 

They get with toil, they keep with fear. 
Such caret nfy mindTould net'rr hear . . , 

5ome hoc* too much, yet ttiU do crate: 
t little hate, arid teek no more 
They are but poor, thcxjgh much they have. 
And I am rich with little store 
They poor. I rich: they beg. I gut 
They lack. / leaie. they pme. f hte 

I laugh not at another t lorn. 

I grudge not at aryother’i gain: 

No worldly usn*et mg rmnd can toe» 

My itate at one doth ttill remain. 

I fear no foe ! faum no fnend: 

I Icxathe not life, nor dread my end . . . 

— Sdt Eim’ARO E^ILIL 
The past, ft least, is secufv — WEBSTIR 



Hh‘ iliild 

(!oiiimii 



llT rOM TAYLOR 
( ^ 

.XKNOFHOniA 

1 must ' eontrs* ttiat unit] I read 
The Csissry Heriid t never knev 
my (Uslike of olives and gsrUc mlfht 
^ve snythlnf to do wUb xeno- 
Iphobis It Juju sues to show how you 
jean tn complece linorsnoe shout 
youncir for yean at a time 



to do «nth (orvlxnen. Having crossed . 
a few seas In my time I've run Into 
the odd one now and then, but he si 
j had to adapt himself to me rather ' 
than the reverse Not from any poai- 
jilve dislike of bU natkmality; Mmpty 
jbeesuar Uke moat En<lUh -speaking 
^leraons I've been too lasy to leam 
ihls language. And so tf we were to 
do buainess together he had to team 
'mlhe. 

I Now I fliarl that a dliference tn 
j food hablU ts said to be at the bot- 
tom ot the traditional English wno- 
I photxa. Thu according to one neorge ; 
Orwell, who yrrote 'The English 
People." from which the Calgar> 
paper quotes 

Thu column waui't bom Engitah. 
and now it’s Canadian. H hopes, 
so perhaps Mr Orwell s remarks - 
don't apply, but being English- 
ipsaklng and not lUtlng spaghetti 
snd such related articles there war 
* momentary pause to wonder If 
the cap filled 
SOT ALWAYS VIMBI.L 
' DuUke of foreigners Mr. Orwell 
I finds U) be more prevalent among i 
(the working classes lo England than ' 
My. the middle class. It stems It was. 
partly the resUtanre of the trade 
unions that prevented a really large 
Influx ot refugees from the Tasrlit 
countries before the war and he says 
that when ths German refugees 
were interned In 1940 It was not the 
working elaas that protested 

Whether that be so or not I 
wouMni know, although therw en[ 
many porU In the United Kingdom: 
where no evident dWike ot foreign-* 
era u at all visible, and as a wholel 
that counlxy* has a pretty good rec- 
ord of hospitality to foreigners in 
distress. 








3 






PEN VS. SWORD 



ObsfM'vatioii 
Car 

There iuu>l hsv* been great re- 
joicing in Italy dunng the recent 
ilnk^ of tax c<>lie'-i->i ^ There U 
nothing sure esrept oeaih aitd taxes 
' A csMle in England U reported 
!io be hsumed bv s giuantng ghesL 
Apparently even arsltlu are du- 
'gueied with su.'^tt-tuy A local 
butrhsr complained iiui it was 
harder to tiand on the hule 



It U too mnhi h.i|M> f(.i au 
early Spring and I<m« !•••» to hHie 
for a mild Wmier "N.-.v if y.m 
{had a llMie horse a Inntii 

ImuI to the Keauug during 

an au'iinrnt ab>-ut waid aece-.->lim 
I m Saanich “Whv all the. talk stanit 
jltoine «ense> Whst has u ever 
jdone fnr horse- the squire asked 
I'lfiy iclrphuiir girhmPrank- 
|furi. Orrmany, walked out m pni- 
I teat agsUut food ration cuU There 
u iiu rr-ord of the girls having 
I taken aimtlar a< '.ion when the Uia 
I Hiller offered them a chide c of guivs 
I or butter An Ontario welfare 
I worker declared that lough city boys 
should t)«* oriii to fariiu (or relublli- 
lallun That nukes a person wuii- 
jder It lough Laos Iruin furuiing (ucu- 
- thould be »rnt to U>a my 
I for rehabUitatioii "Yes sir Nke 
aim tu plraee Bill, the RnMd Street 
barber, jiaid to a l i-'orne* after he 
’,»rl s the •■ . I a aal'-ut Tlie 
rusionirr guced into Uia mirror and 
retorted ' H*- er uke time «IT for 
larvr' pm"--* - "H.;., u (he 

new -r. lubac -'niM Mai • 

I (in a^kr.l a bit«inej.<man. "Well, it 
j :* sort of rev arid im the man an- 
* fwered. "Isn't she MiUfsctory' ' 
Martin inquired 'She has every- 
thing so mixed up in the ofDrs that 
I cannot get along without her " the 
bunneesman eninplamed . .An- 
other expensive thing to auuotain 
*, theae days U a bay window. 



lNe>v Helium May Be Scientific Landmark «.n. o, «..r- 

¥ 'ping move annually to the Upper 

■ ■■■ , ■ -■ Rt Lawrence between the Orewt 

Rv THOMAS R. IIKSKY ifiom natural gas welU. U an men. and would not be iihovm by the Lakes and Montreal 
Scletire editor. North .American gas. It wlU not combine with any lighter hellum-3, the existence of 

Newspaper Alliance |Oiiier element Thus It U abaolulel) J which up to now has been postulated Titfpe af I ivtoria 

WA.SHINOTON. Feb 0 under any rtreum- only on theoretical grounds. 



The impucaiion that uiey found’ WA.Sfii.-iOTON. reo s --ugm v..., 

no welcome from the working classe* weighing only ihree-fourilu.Msnces. Wl>en this gas la rvducedj T1 us dUTersnes In bshavwir, how- 
I would think would be hard to sus- w much as ordinary helium wiih|to • temperature of 42 degrees above was sufAcleni to ensWe Darst 

which It Is mixed In nsture at a sbaoliite *ero *l\at Is. about 489 0 snd Jolinson to effect the partlalj i 
Nor does it seem likely that thu of part In 100 000. has f>«)ow mo Pahrenhelt--it changei-. separaUon in spite of the extreme 
deducllnn la to be drawn because'been aeparaied for the first lime,l»’3® • liquid. This behaves gen- rarlly of the lighter Isotope Ex- 
of a difference In Uble habits. Iljby two Ohio Stste University phyr-|*^f^*F ‘"T “9Uld A treme leclmlcal skUl was neceasary 

Is h*-re apparently that xenophobia I IclsM working under a contract I» lhat It Is always boil- nnd the •paratlon ta regarded by 

U suppw!^ to have Us origin. Thelslth the Office of Naval ResearcJi violently under normal prc.wurea nIflcUls at the Offic* of Naval Re- 



ratiMCAHV 



the European version the argument O. Dam and H U John.vm ma.' , pUshments to date of the Navy's 

Is that this create* a feeling of dU- biwrome a landmark In llie new But when the lemperalure Is research program In the pure 

trust. k Iphyslrs of the atomic nucleus and dropped a little lower to 22 de- /ciencea 



nirFLRLST IN CANADA 
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Iwaya Darst and Johnson have nb- from onld to warm It no longer neutrons in an aiomlc nucleus. 
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ferent Vnu taeenm. the neiehhnr oll“' w.ou •• v.**. mmuu-- -v -.m.ouI. U Uiat liquid neiium Will noi ,ioth M»r ,,i»l vmI Ii i» reeroM 

whne* enH hark it**ure. They fUU have far lo go climb up the wall' of a glass tube and and become solid at any lem- • ‘‘L** 

• person whose ta.'tes and bacK-'-^__ _ ^ s.^,> ■ - - ■ ■ - . Ipkm ti.« far Mr** i« 

ermind include* Euronean influenrea ^ ^ preparatloei U ob- flow mer tha sides. Bom* irroauU- ],^rature. even at abaolute aero when i.wh -.t-f im 

^ ,, . lalned. allhough there are rumors ble force seems to Impel it to spreadiau molecular motion siopa, except 'wi.*i* ,r tr la* ubi* u>* ni* 

and in no time at all you may bei,. ... i . in**» »r raiii rop'i' dunni «•'> •»«»• 

umoline anme of hu traditional- ^ ^ gov- over an.T surfare. regardleM of slope under enormous preswrea .rw..** us.i evf-.>^ , .t 

Mmpung some or nis ^omonai ^ conditions It will spurt — 

Jio reveal Its arcomplishment out of a flax* tube like a fminiain ' r' C\ 

WUhMr ^.ll .com.™nu.l»n.l, ,h, U, lh» ,«:ond on, ot ,h, mo,t ,«n*rk.bl, .nd' 

languages Ihto column find* elemenlln ih* atomic table potenUafiy uaeful changes Is thr Cj 

ot th, r.,,lUh loor,, n..k. It »'"’<» |,„„r „ „„,h .n .."m of m„ of .0 ,l«drto cuiTmt. I. W! ^ 

0^.."*^ Anyone who has e *ij,y<in)gen, llghiesi and simplest of become* a superconductor. Through / iVVA I M’J ^ ▼ 

«hool ot 14 „.r. u l,.rn . toWnL If on ,l,rlr1, curm.1 oiuld bo -•nt / W H 

w ,n , p-own up. | noutron. In th, enoemou, oround th, world with no too* whot- IR\ (L R.,E I I I I I |l H# g 

Wh«h.r or not thl. .torn. m^nl,L ^ ^ ^ Uw «wv,r A lCja. 

fron. enjlUh u -u,h It „rulnlr 1.1 hrdro,«. .tom. Th, Ikiuld cootinu,. to boll -or 

‘ hP >">« «»• «tr.>r.potwlo-.bul 11 no lon„r moth. jffi VI . 

o or n. V, Mwm to tumlnit Into rnrntv wblch and bubWow Th, furt lh,a It bntl. \ tICh tTelHdllinS 

quir, . f.,mt, in En,ii,h th.t pm.,, „ „„„ f«-t thot //i : (ticorv ano vrinQiinc 

mml rt ,» to Quit, Po^l,,„„,„, „ „„„ ,h, ,„„unl proiont rtn,. dim /// / T \\ iW 

ilbir thu 'TPl'* Im "t» of •" 1mm. lo duplla.1. thl. Ijlrk. prob- tm.h,. ill 1 \\Jw Krom Pilti ol Th, D.llr Brm«h 

n r sno s nea*. a hough impossible, the atomic bombi II has been believed for some Ume. /// I Wf Colonist lor February, IMI 

you hutory at all or h‘v» be a toy rtrerracker compared on Iheoretlcal grounds that some l/J 

visited some other counirlm you polenUallUa* that would be of these remarkable propertlee - --- 

quickly sense that you have no mom '.wwrtwM.n. that e ,.*, hui 

for feeling superior In actual fact ^ ^ cMwclally that "P rv «, i. mortiMORR |rrw. *rRiver Thl* eta** of boai will 

T « J I g au^rior. in aciuai laci ortin»ry heilum. a* Il u obiaiited are confined to liquefied hellum-4 u^ii at vietAna and inr a lara* 

the foreigner's aptitude for our ... Vtriona busineaamen with a hi*- Victon*. and «of a larg* 

tongue, in contrast wKh mir well-l llorical turn of mind must sigh for of the year di'eharge ti 

known dulllshneaa in thU regard.'C * a I> I demand Oerroau V, , ben tlw city wa* the only or *ume le.iiii near u 

mskexvou realise he, If Any. Is the 'Soviet |>gl(*kS ' ' commercial rentr* of the BrtU*h New Wr„m,™ier ^1 cor.se- 

mp,rt>p,rmn tlU V It I If CU IVf. ,,, c_.-.pon.orm -^>--.4 C,,„. «^1 

roitriGS rACII.ITV \T l • I* German Youth" has cohecied l.ooo- Tlie idea lhat VlcUrta could ever, ^ 

A* an example of foreign taclhlyj j\ H 1 1 0 I 1 H llSIll 1 '"•nsturm demanding German be overs^.^wed «*"nierdaUy Tranclsco and then 

u aeems lhat In the Freilch Foreign Coal briquette* distributed In J" U.e nv.r 

I.eglon Uie British and Amerlran rfll 1 13 * I ”**""^ **”^ *" 'Bteam coniM'cUon between Nrw 

leglnrmarlea aeldom rtoe out of th* |hrOI]<^h nPirll many-on* government -unity ' •"9 Ban Franelsci 

ntblu b«.u» th„ ennot l,.m, * " Tr.,,1,™ u. Brt 0.rtnw tb.l, " ••“*’|.ould du «n, Util, lor th. lonn,.. 

mnrlh -htru . o,rm.n l~rt» govipr ntONTIfJl. fVb T • »"'» >• •“ rt?biplirid.«i.‘i^ 

Wr#neh In a faer mnnlha rvna hnnaa - _ artlvlt* airvra Ih# HaxI elecUOtlS , lUgn. . . 1 nr principal au*Bn<a|r 



“vN 

/!> 



kterk 

dtid (tf inoline 



From Piles of Th* Dally British 
Colonist lor February, IMI 



known dulllshneaa In this rrgard.lO .* g O I , 
qiAkes ^ou realise he, If any. Is the ICt IlHCKS 

superior person | 

FOItriGS FACII.ITV -• !• 

As an example of foreign faclhly. lAaiionaiism 

It aeems lhat In the French Foreign 

I.,egton Uie British and Amerlran fT^I I |3 * I 

leftnrmaiiea aeldom rise out of the £ lirOll^ll IxClCtl 
ranks bocause they cannot learni ^ 



mnclu wheras a German govirr FRONTim Feb 7 Were one to believe all Ih. > jjji; 

I^enrh in a few months One hope* .^ana With political tension ^«vlty since the Nssj •‘•eUou* ^ ^be patriotic dtiaem,^^ VVMtmlJl^ier*ouW dem 

This la the real reason, and that lark p^^biany. Com- ^ New Wetlmlnrter he might con- commuiuiallou srould be a 

of promotion U not due lo mlhury „^„nisU In the Soviet wvne now feel'*3**^ meeUng* are that »U rUHif 

ineptitude. lb*. h«ektne i^eomei ®All*d by total Red leaders to *tir, would aoon ecltpee Vic- *i,. *..f..*.i 



mepiuuoe. I that RusAlan backing has become' ^ leaoera lo •«'.»pUndor would aoon eclipse Vic- -Then tlie rustural r4wUcl*a li» 

From this point Mr. Orwell pro- gtrong enough for them wildly lo| “F prt>p)e against We*l«rn Oer-j|^rt|i; ^ within a brief P^rF>ril|uivll»qon gre far greater betwwwi 
reeds to observe that EnglUh work-' ,, th* flag of natkmatlsm and ^ prepare th*m for-ou,. merchanU would have their WeeUnlnster snd Victoria Wiati 

ing people think it effeminate eveo|^^ T7>er# to no power InsUto • Bo»1«t eoununnove |l«tten addressed to 'VlcuirU. n—r between th# Utter and Ran Fran- 

To pronounce a foreign word tor- 1 og,^biany or wltbmiU-no power any- Hitler's slrjgan wss "OennaiiT , New Westminster' ‘Claeo. Vmm>1s may go and com* 

recUy. That again may b* making, where In th* world— (o Imped* th*i*w»kc'** and th* BoTiet-born pramicn ' W* do th* eUl»ns of New W**t- jo and from Fraser River, 

a mounUln out of * molehill. The unity of a democratic Germany when! of Rasnn-Anhall. Frof**aor Hue- minster but Justice when we say ,1,^^ ybu wilL It to slow, 

chance* are th# real reason to that naUon to readv for eater and bener. aMvru. ”We miMt stiow tto*'^»‘ Uke great tniereat to any ^ dangen>u* navigation 

they can t get their tongue* round um,^ eombal." 1 wwld Germany to awake!" jqueaUon which lend* to advance natural obeUrlet. the 



the word and m adapt it to the native 
vernacular. 

We In Canada do the Mime, and 



The Soviet • sponsored Oermar, 
proM arts as if there were no opinion UNION AFFROAT.n 



Us iBlcresU. 

“Yn at the same time, we have 



tariff stands m the way. of import- 
ing direct . . What a merchant 



We in Canada A. the same and a* If there were no oplnlon^fMON AFFROAT.n not the moet dUUnt Idea that New be wants to bla More cop- 

pro*utn*bly Ihtocrtilc* remark, are Custom*; Wevimlnater will ever equal. l»t Ha cannot lay to a *tock 



I not applleabl* to thl* country 



favorlDf a Ruato*n-b*rked totail-! union beiween France and Italy was alone pas* Vletort*. •« the rare for ^ month* 



At *nv rat# that', the eonrluglon •*^" •’*** *’”' °"**“" ^ ^ French cnmmerrlal aupremary. sequenUy must pay the duUea The 

thl* cohimn has arrived at tor lU Russian rampa have been ' cabinet. A communique said "thei ' We cor'ced# that there rnuat. In on two or three thousand 



nwn *aMifaeitnn If Mtie tr^ tie the prr>psgands e*n»- ] propowed onloo must be carried out j tl»e nature of things, be * thrlvlnf goUnf, m diittea, wtU overbal 

and nvrr a euffirleol period lU««e town near the pvvuth of F:a*er ^nVetxro expense to buying a 
rt,.,..,.. .... Bchool children In Red Germany of time to aasur* the oeceasaiy R*»^- and that (<»wtu dtmbUra*. wiU.yjp^j^^ 



tongue and Its dtaiaHte for olives 
•nd the Uke 

Fnr when I stick to *n Engltoh or 

• Ca n adian menu In preferonc* to 

• RUropean meal I'm not ferdtng th* 
least sttsrk of xenophobia, and 
maybe lb# BrufUsh working men Isn't 
either 

INDIA MAINTAINS ARMY 
NRW oca^. India cn^lndlaY 
peaceiinaa armv will total 279 009 ol- 
Rcera end men All Indian troops 
-lationed iienseas will be iwcalled 
by March II i9a 

I Torlav’s . 5 n.swcr | 

- Question oo Fag* 9 

At 9 • m Bunday. January I. IF22 
AHheiMb d wa* New Years Oay 
and a wtwfe-MML Tanc«mv«r n«wt-| 
papriv reported there were fewer 
traAto soctdcDU then usual 



must laam to writ* vttta such sk>- preparations and transiuona * 



TU F.NTy^ nE YEARS ACO 

<er«w Tto D*i>r rMeal«l W FMrraare I ts»i 
Minister Berk Saturday — Ron. D FsttuUe, bCtolster of 
L«nda. who has been making a thr** weeks tnp to his cecistltu*nry 
of Frlnce Rupert and studying eondJtkms lo the North, to cgpect*d 
back to Tlctorls on Satisfy 

EIETY YEARS AGO 

<rnmt rae naMf rMiiaw* af Mi^rv • ISM 
To Refkial the Otrona- Th* CFR stewmer which to being 
sent north with thirty wmo and wrecktog apphanrws to Goat th* 
stranded Corona has been delayed tn port Rhe wa* to have 
sailed Sunday, but dtaappotnimento eaq^. fin* to Die asattar ot 
teUing her cargo aboa^ and then bad weather ^wvented Iter 
from going to sea. 

- sEyEyTY-nrE vian.s ago 

r *m TWe Da«i omuA evWHUii «r pMmay s trn 
Bale of Oove mm e n t MMInss -Mamrt FIOBsmer * Pagden 
W1U offer al aurUon today, at 13 •‘clock. *h« oM Foet Offloa and 
Custom* bulldlnga Ths laC mn*t he cleared by the 19th of March. 



I be New Weetmlnster But Uwi latur ] -The ace«»mmr»d*Uon extettded by 
has not th* same geopraphlcal mW our commercial bousr* to Intetlof 
•ccidenul advantage* as Vlrtoria. attract them hither; 

1 Tn the firat place, th# trad# of and were do credit required, the 
■ N*w Weermlnstcr wtn be ennfined mars art of praaeming a larger mse- 
snlely to British Oolumbls Her mder ai^ dreumstanoM 

direct foreiga trade wiH be next to ^e eeUWUhed at any point oo 
onthtog la iho local toads of th# rreeer Itom wouM bring trsderx 
eolmy, however, sb* can never be pry*. Bo w* are bnund lo enjoy Dm* 
(he eole mtotrv**. ahara of (rad*. 

-Ttotorto to bound to oempMe with ha^ ^ fear of New 

her and beaidea. a more "orthom Wmunbistor; and may rmt commit 
port to Ukely to elahn Me ehare of'u^t any no^ move will only or- 
4 the loraJ trade . Th* opening. , haoc* th# importAnos of Yictorto, 
t however, of a DorUseni port of entry | ^nd urp* tm abMd of an cnmfw- 
I would only letMi to buUd ap Victoria titon ** 

\ Th# toadan «f Itw aortbrrn TTm editor had mtotaken Vtodon* s 
I Mi n es p n — a si ng. gwiorany. a smell trad* rtval and was shaJ^ hto 
I capital -would aM b* ahto to import ftol ot a dwarf Rot iruAv yoara 
direct from abroad, they wmtid aa- aftarwarda igt uncouth gUni of a 
(uraUy order from Wtorla. where ictty wm to agto* at • dillerwni point 
(her are known. . and wnewr *ooSy Rngera arroaa ih# 

I "... SiaaD ch Maamb o a to ara aJ- pap* of hto oooOdaol pradlrtlfm* 

, ready totOl adainad to aavtgattng llowovm. ms as* approaching a 
; the Onlf of Oeorsto to any weather. safeRcX which no wefi-bred Vtr- 
as wsfl a* to the aavigadoB of the torlaa gtorvsH In puhHc 









STOCKERS 

\ecurity 

Storage c? 

VICTORIAS FINEST 
FURNITURE • • 

• • WAREHOUSE 
MOVING* PACKING 



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r.S. Velcraris Protect Brili>li Kefusal 



mu' I rrss me 

•/.sTF/.sr Ihitth* 



DIIUIN ri*k» 7 <P>.— In III* 

nnt RuMU- •iAEpnirnt atnrr hi* 
|i»rt« • »rth«rk in l%rdDP«d*i * 
Prinw Minulrr l amon dr 
> ftirr* *«id (uiilshl hr I* PFr> 
p*rr«i t« r*»r» j nrw Hrr r»rlU' 
mrnl bul *iU nnl rhMn$t hu 
|KvUf » 

Dr \ *|p?*. nhithr Fl*nB* V«tl 
r«rl« lo»t iu BUlarUi in f'.lrr'* 

rariuiuml. pkprrMrd diiMtUlBf* 

|i»n wllh I »r*'» |w«i»«r!lo«*l rrp- 
mrntBtlAn 



liy Alphabet 

WAaHINOTON. PVb 7 «4» Th« 
UnilMl SutM Army. «iii>‘h dor* 
thlnc» by ihr B)ph»t>ft. drcllnr* ip 
ver* from UiA P«>Ucy fpr Rnycmf 
l! UsiiPfl » tut ot fur3t.8 Btlrndmk 
NidBv 3 »*emnnt In of Ovn Om»i 
BrncUry u C^lrf of 8i*f! Do»n 
neAT Ihc bottom, undpf thp "T* 
•ppenrod 

• Tnim»iL Pre*idrnt " 



xpur fuihH ry-rATcn. includuMI • 
proiMt on me effect o( cUmAic and 
environ mem 



KKW YORK Feb 7 Tbe 

medical war afa;:-vt Uie United 
Blatea leading killer dUeaac U 
ipeedlAc up with the advent of 
another ••Heart Week •^ 

The killer U heart and blood Tea- 
ael tniublea, which take the life of 
one of every three Ameri<-»ni. The 
rale U one death a minute. 

Bul now more and more money 



WAIAHINOTON. Keb 1 »*• 
Fenamaa Uun'Owan ul a United 
6La’c= rrvjupat U. Keep mllWary bav-*' 
on her anil ap(>r4ra Ut be be*icle tf» 
p>jlnt in view of • report b> a high- 
rank group ot mUitary and atoioL. 
•nerg) experU. 

T he.^ txperu aa>' tn*< Ihe 
raitama Canal could not be iK- 
ffttidcd regarUU'.*- N<f l»ow many 



agaltul atlMCk and aurh a Canal 
could be moat rcunomlcaliy built a; 
>ha alte of the preaent waterway, 
ri TlIT DIPTNf f: 

"The military defrm-ea of the 
'*thal could not prevent a detei 
mined and rraounefull enemy from 
-.•riking the canal with one or mor< 
of the modem weapoiu loaded with 
‘ 'mlc or conventional explualvea,' 



t ON\e:Mi:.NT nisf om ky 

The term rubber came into popu> 
lar uae In 1770 «i»rn an Engllah 
artiat i»b»erved the aub-‘-“cea ca- 
pacity to ermae pencil marka. 



f ItfhlAMprw 

I M¥P> 






baae# there were 



■tig mililarv 



Even with a very 
defence, no aMuraii'." would exist j 
that an enemy could not penetrate 
bf ibe canal with aircraft of great 
• (>eed carrying convenllunal or 
atomic wor^'-r* or with aerial 
rnrkets nr UJrpeoi--e*.'* 

One or twn atMiir>r bomtu or a 
series nf hiia by rom'iiikmai br>mbp 
could breach (he loek chambers,- or 
U>p retaining walk of Oaiuo. an 
arilflcUl hike Even If the stiutta.. 
eould tv* rebuilt. It would then take 
one or two ye*r t« refill the lake 
depending on the rainfall 
A aucceuful sueak attack when a 
navy fleet was making the AH-hour 
:anal paaeage would thus be a 
d'Hjbie Pearl Harbor Tbe United 
stale* would thus liV'e the u*e of 
the iuKht.v strati gli canal, and ma)oi 
firmponenU of the sea power would 
be grounded for perhapa two years 
The United Btal^' eflort to ob* 
t*iin new lease* on 14 baae* It aatab* 
Ilshed on Panama tnu during the 
war was turned down by that coun* 
irya National A.saembly December 



to do aomethlng about them and 
research u tntenalfymg. 

The main kinds nf heart dU-eaAes 
ara rheumatic fever high blood 
preoaure and hardenitig of tha art* 
eriea If their caUM** are found, 
mean* f»f prevention may follow 
GAINS MAfiR 

Many Important things alreadv 
' have been learned about fighting 
heart dlaease 



an exhaiuiivi’ .viudy wnicii C«>n- 
grewa fnrnlJy ff'jm the 

ItMvi ninr of the f^wnama Caruil. J 
C. Mehstli .. 

Trie l,i.4'r<! C>*ngrf4- 

dr'ierrd U.e i;.v ftlUra'i'm In 1H!> 
and 1' »4. led largely by nf. 

fltiil- of il»e army navy, air f'irrej 
ac.d the Ai-'nilc &n> rgy Cummls- 



STORAGE 
OF FURNITURE 
IS OUR BUSINESS 
3 warehouses 



8 FLOORS 



MODERN elevator 



whUh wa/ unaiu 



:he rejeiri 
u*iv agrerd U> In ail ewntial 
iKular>. nmrluded that only a 
-level canal wouM be aecure 



ffulfa drugs help pre- 
vent recurrence of rhemnallr fever, 
the heart weakener in many chil- 
dren Surgery can correct some 
fundamental defects, as in "blue 
baby^' operations. High blood pres- 
sure tn aelected casea can be low- 
ered by operationa on certain 
nenea Penicillin haa shown good 
reaulU agatuit a heart ailment 
caused by bacteru- AUbacute bac- 
tertaJ cndncardllta. Before. It was 
nearly always fatal. Drugs that de- 
lay bk>od clotting can sometimes 
prevent dealha from clots that block 
arteries 

Rut the basic facta ot what causer 
rhrumatir fever, high blood prev- 
5ure and wliat makea arteries grow 
hard are stiU largely unknown. Dr 
Charles A R Connor, medical 
rUrectcT of the Amertran Heart A*. 
Kociattcm. p>->tms oui Tlie atuwer^ 
aren^t Itkelv to come qutrkiy "f 
eaclly Many univer *'y fe*e*rchers 
are ira'king down rlue* 

Croupe like ihe;^. .upported by 
umvervtia*. private funds or the 
United State* Public Health Service 



S KVENTV-FfVE American World that ran British blockade in at- 
War veterans of varied faltha are tempt to land Jewish war gurrtvors 
shown carrying placard* and picket- of Europe into Palestine Group call 
tr\g Brittsh Information Service Iheouelve* • Blockade Runner* for 
Bureau on New York a Fifth Av- Haganah Pickei.iig la in promt 
enue Theae vets In addlUnn to be- against refu-val of Great Britain to 
lug members of various branchea of fulfill I'ntted Nation’s Gem-raJ As- 
armed services are also former crew vembly derision for Immigration In- 
membrn of many of '•Illegal ship*" to Palestine. 



Oddities 



I.ONDON. Feb 7 »A*i Prime Min- 
Isier Attire got a letter from yoUn* 
Jni.n Mortu of Cardiff. 

It aald; 

*T am sendmg you two atilliings 
1 was fomg to send to America for 
aome comics but I heard dad aay 
Uie country wm wanting dollars to 
help buy frtod 

Attlee replied that he gave the 
money to the Chancellor of ihp Ei- 
ahequer 

fi was a fine idea of -.:.-ura.' he 
added 



briirht and beautiful 



vj »o/«>’ ■ . . I<i4c a 

Ush ai *'l 'ugw.'. 
noi'u. if niukfi 
a pofenf i-~rpfifier le y 
A eiuembU tin> ' 



Inatle 



WASHINGTON. Feb 7 '»»• -Tli-- 
Uriited Statei admlniatration la de- 
termined to prevent > vmplete break- 
down in China and U ready to lay 
out SS7P 000.000 to do — 

Thai. Ameri**n «mih- :••■'•?' 

>• (he mternaiional political 
fie»ncr behind Secretary of 



\.. Mf'Diarmid 



NAl.fH. M**s, Feb. 7 ' .-A 

1 nlted hlate* < east flaard flying 
beat veeterday umterteob a new 
type nf merry mlMlnn. 

The rnsft •catUred 30# pound* 
*r eem aver ( ape (»d U feed 
hungry nlgraterv blrU" 

Inteoae eold haa fmtrn nnst of 
ihr Inleta and enve* where tbe 
birds Dsnally fnragr far feod. 



OnOMKTKIST 



Soviet Youths 
Sent to ^ oo(h 



agree 

irnl- 



Complr»e Opfomelnc 



are • ‘ug ft ■ ; lece- Ir- 5. .- 
During National Heart Week start 



MOSCOW. Frb, 7 UT' Pravda 
.Id today 10.000 6^>viet youths have 
Oeen sent to chop **^<1 
Members of the Korruomol. S«iviel 
youth organiuUon. decided at a 
regioTuil oonference to help the 
Soviet wmidcuttlng program in the 
Kirov aecu.r. 

The firs: contiiigenl have already 
set out for the woods. Pravda said 
Pravda rrlUclied certain heavy- 
Industry faeiorie* today for failure 
to fulfil a r<<usumrr-go<id* quota 
they are auppnaed to turn out In 
addition to their main production. 



and •1000 000 000 ff>r nther f'-relgn 
.-.-■.;r.trle*. Including ISTO.OOOOOO for.tng tomorrow, the (tmerlcan Heart 
Chinese relief In the next !• months. Assoriation t« atartmg a drive lu 



Examination by 
Appointment 



Ingledew’s 

'•‘"C if" 



ai'lion to aid 
uig Kal - ehek’a 



OAKLAND. Calif. Feb. 7 «/!*> A 
shabby purar on a Ninth Street 
rummage sale table took the eye 
of buyer H D Bridges gg. and he 
pwiked It over earrfuUy 
-fh'W much7 he asked 
**A dime ■ 

"Not enough for whs! : in it " 

He pulled out 1214 77 In biUa and 
■liver P'.lii'e look uver the purse 
ami coiitenu. while Bridge* was 
unofftrially ar claimed must honest 
rummage sale customer on record 
if the owner dnean't turn up. he's 
to gel the monry -minus ten cent* 
for the purse 



PENNY WISE flv 



Phone E 711 1 



Cfdfjfe lianJall 






step. As a result. -*vime RepubU 
can* have accused the Truman Ad- 
mlnleiration of falling to help 
China 

It now seems likely that Uie Clilna 
recommendation may come In for as 
much Congressional crUlciam be- 
cause of Ita relative smallness as the 
European recoTery program has be- 
cause of Its alse 

American 



F.lt.1. Hold Five 
In Komhlnc Plot 



A FROOUCt Of OINIkAt SSOIOU 



WASHINGTON. Ffh. 7 «yp».— 
Tbe Fred Harris haa*rh»ld here 
ran eat af furl ell during (he 
night and eeuldn't gel any mere 
delivered Mr*. Harris (elephenrd 
ie Fresidrni Truovan. 

The Presideni was In confer- 
enee ’•■end a telegram." 

.Mr*. Ilarri*. whose haihand la a 
Negro day laborer, adopted (he 
tdejs»_ . 

"We don't have any oil here." 
alte wired .Hr. Tmman "We are 
freriing. Tried le get some and 
eenid neC Will you tee what you 
aan do far a* right away." 

Official telephones began |an- 
gllng. Faur haur* later l.ttMl gal- 
lena ef all was an the way to Mrw. 
Harris and her ivelghbers. Then. 
Just ie mahe saee, (he dHtrtcl ell 
ee-erdlaater dispatched aneiher 
I.Md gallooa. 



NEW OWJ5AN8 Feb. 7 tJP' The 
Federal Bureau of Invevtlgatlon an- 
nounced today the arreat in Miami 
and New Orleans of fire men who. 
agenta charged, had been hired to 
fly tn a “bombing action " against 
an unidentified Latin • American 
rountry. 

The five. J Edgar Hixiver. FBI 
chief, aald. flew two surplus navy 
alrplanea from Bush Ctett. Georgia, 
to Puerto Cabexas. Nicaragua, Janu- 
ary X -plane> which the F R I. chief 
In a bumbitiii- 



CHEVROLET 

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officials ceded that 
with the proposed l&TO.noO.OM they 
hope to attain 



breathing spell 
during which the rrumbllng of the 
Chinese economy may at leart be 
checked and the expan*!'-n of Com- 
munist -contmUed areas sUiwed 

down The program U frankly a 
compromisa between doing nothing 



Blanket of Snow 



said were to be used 
action aa pan of a revolutionary 
plot against the present Oovenunmt 
of a Latln-American counlry." 



l iKiirf' iu*t Mli;i‘rH %!inw that 

CUKVKOI.I-T was id 

jiroHucr . inilli'-n t.-.r-. an«l irtickf 
in a (M'vlvsar >c.it an<l has hern 
hlKST al*-D 111 prDilufiU'ti .tn»l 
saIcv for a l■■(.ll 1, v«.,, j.rtiti.l, 
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IN VICTORIA 

CHEVROLET... 33 



HIKTORV RECORU Many auiomobile* *' 

TACOMA. Feb 7 -The Ws^h- hill*, and oUter* skidd 
Ington State HL:*.<>rlrol Roclety to- l'*d • flaiurday 
day voted to Inrita educator* of ■leighi in eTi.lenre ev 
hutorr departments In Oregon. 

Waahlngton. Idaho. MonUna and' LONDON «CP' lar 
Rriiish Columbia achnota to Its mu- from India and Afi 
*etim here to "develop melhodd of exiieiimental aiitr' 
pTfrervlng Norlhweal history " Government mv.' -! ig.. 
Tlie meeting will be held anon. causes of pollumyeliti 



MEMPHIS. Trnn., Frb 7 , 

Edythe E Marehlalo'a automobile 
got atuck in Uic mud. 

Rhe .ought help from hrr brother 
Nu car stuck ton 

Her slater ww* called Her car 
atuck 

A neighbor came over with a truck 
Tep, tt atuck 

A crowd of men finally helped puU 
the vehlclaa Irncn the mud all but 
one ITie tlral machine la atUI there 
— mirad to the running boards 



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that n.ne training U Impnrl.nt; 
whal they really need (. be uid 
b (hat Bar*et ue at prevent 
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^ OR two yeors Poul Ehrhch experimented 
with the pTiwerhjI. or%en»c-<ootoinirvg driig. 
Afr-t,!. seek'"*g some rriodihcotfon of »t which 
would kill the d^odly corkscrew porositet. 
Tryponc-romet 605 of the resulting com- 
pounds foiled in the 606th tt>ere wos mogtc 
It destroyed every Tryponosome in infected 
mice ond restored them fo heolth olmost of 
nnre ts'-’fing tl * StmtiOfity between Try- 
por>r >. ..T»es ond the bodeno cousmg Syph*Mis. 
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Engagement of Wide Interest Is Announeed 



yr ^ M m McKraclUc. all of VaccMivfr, Mi fraodparenia an Mi and Mn John 

^1 I |C. W. LonKlak. Mi aiulMn 8 Dir«n. «S 0 Princr*j Atfim# and hU 

■ «| n If I I n«^n. Mr and Mrt T HavUitf patamal crvndpannta are Mi and 

Idl ClIllJ ft ft- 1 Oft^ ftl Cft ■ Ur. and Mr* MryUod. Mu* Jean Mr* WUllam T*)lor of Oy« ma, 

__ Meylaod. Mr and Mr.. K. OJbaoti' baak 

Capt. J. D. Prentice, D.S.O., D.8C. and Bar. R.C.N , innuj, Mr*, a Lo\tU, Mra. j — ■ — 

president ol the Victoria Naval Assoclatlfin, and Mrs. Pren- Miirler and MUa Irene M*prVrj. \l/frA* I #1 #1 1 l‘**r V/l r k' 
,tlcc will receive the guests at the dance to be given by the of snawnisaa Lake, Mr, and Mr* * ^ i f r . ii/ > 

1 Association on Fnday. February 14. in the wardroom of ^ a«mwky and Mr. v z^uuMky, The rormbrrs of m j..nna 

HM C.S.Naden. B-mbertou. ^ ^ ^ 



Murk ttutivrrsury 



Association on Fnday. February 14. in the wardroom of ^ «wwky and Mr. v z^uuMky, The rormbrrs of m j..hn* 

UMPQ Nad(»r> Bamberton. lAYPA celrbraied ihalr JSth an- 

H M^.o. P« • u c* • . • ntvei-jianr at a banquet am* dam-a 

Sp^i&l Invll&lions h®V€ bc^n sent to Rcftr Admlr&l E MrfTit>€ts ot ttw b w'. rti^phoiif i ^j| Hfv j ytt^ 

RoUO Mamguy, O.B.E , R.C N . commanding officer Pacific company entertained rm WaOncadat Marun *a* jurii H»eaker at the 

Coast, and Mrs. Malnguy. Commodore J. C. I. Edwards, rteninc in honor of Mia Robert :^„nquet. wiurh iMi« held in Luuirh* 

C B E R C.N.. and Mrs. Edwards. Cmdr M. A. Medland and ^ee i/.naiij* Haii Vaiemine^ oeorge Buidir 

LMr.. Medland; Cmdr. H, K.ng,ley and Mrs. Klnpley, Ad- 

1 • ' • I I P« * * ' , • ‘ I I . ; ' I ^ . t ! ! .V 1 ’ - » r I . • S . * - * ' 



Admiral H E Reid, C.B . and Mrs. Keid. capi w u, t;ieer>’ ; aui. ^ m p.iaare mi«' a^ji^hter Matarrv hvnv.nd» made 
Ic.B.E . and Mra Cre«r> ; Capt. A. C. M, Davy. O.B E. (Ej and ot u>e *taif and buo a rot- repi> the b*i»qurt 

Mrs. Davy, and the president and secretary of the Naval *;*■' There were u,riuded Hrv and Mrs o Buidie. 

I Officers’ Association of Vancouver. gueau prewm^ ^ i- m c^on 

Lieut. W. L. Ostler. R.C.N. (Ret ). Lieut. Anthony Tur Mr ar>d Mr. N-.ruum tnucheed ^ ^ \ ^7 



r *'Lieut.”w*^ L'ciitler. R.C.N. (Ret ). Lieut. Anthony Tur Mr ar>d Mn h-rian tnucheed » J' ^ ” w \ ^7 

|ner, RCN ,Rel.) and ^O. Harold Moiat. RC.N, ,Re,.,. "p--- M, m,. e o MuU,,.,;. 

'are In charge of arrangements. reMdenre at aavo Murrey Otue «»■' Hawkin*. mu« 

I • • • * • . . M K Cot Mi.i-, Audrey Hame«*. 

On Mday efVemoon former Crof* yra h B. Bomroerfeld ot The *A*-»oouth»-old ton of Mr ,r.illrmina the bamiue' dancini »m 

liuiUana Using In the city gethcred Winnipeg are .pending iievera:,iind Mn Rnben Taylor of Mauqui.' enjoyed at tiir C'r)*Mal Uerdni. 

^at AdmlraU Houee. HMC. Dock- 1 week* In the city md are gueaU oliBmUh ColumbU. r»* gi\cn lht| Nett TMe*d4y the inemben- ailV 

^ .„«! 'Mr* R A Patrick, 133 Cambrldg. t.Atuu Dougla* WUiiam ai a^meet a< ; 30 pm at the comer 

yard, to ceJ brale Uie g 'I Street ichfieleian* ceremony held on Bun- of Dcmgla^ and rnn Sireetn and 

venary of Uie foui'diitg of Croflon^ , , . niornmg with Rev Hugh A M proreed in 6i Mary * Hall to at- 

Hou*e School m Vancouver lu liM ' MUa Dorothy Henckri. ARCM. MrLeod of Pint Uiuted Church of- lend the fthrove TufMiav party for 
*i» r Ri.iio aiAineuv vifa o* B C L, IX.B , who l» at pfeaeiit vlail* Relating The chU^a maternal, all bramhea «-f tfir A Y P A 

« 7- V. in Vlctona from F.iuiiem Can-, - - - -.*1 

Rear ada. wa* gueat of honor at the tea _ 

® *" h t » \ I ^ ' hour yesterday when MLsk Margarei 

crof Ionian^ W« hu.t»« to M enteruined at her home on' , ... . , ^ 

nae mem . - .V ' . Linden Avenue. Ml*>ex EUle and K/ 1 // /|>fJ /| tl/i f 

the ormer MU. Edith Gordon. Meintoah. Winter v«mor* to ^ /llf/lf l/f/ > / ^ ^ • 

of Uiree aUler* who founded the - I 'yz' 



I veiaary of Uie foui'dutg of Croflon 
Hou«e School m Vancouver lu liM 
I Mr* E Riilt) Mamguy. wtfa of 



Ml- "1“ I (ilentine Day 

.Ur. Who f.>un<l,d th.'J'*" Mclnt-h wm«r v„l.„r. to, 



w.rcr j gtanaiead. Quebe.. 

achoolandwho nowr^derm Vr. 

on.. *.* an honored gu^t aU. 

iMLs* Violet Ashdown, who at onei, . . 

' , _. ... ^ , I live and pa*t pte*ldenu of ihe Vlc- 

itime waa a mi*tr»»a at the school. ' . . . .1 

' . torla ButUir'^ and Prnfea*u>nal 

and Dr. Mvian Sherman, one of. 

-fhftio *T **'1 , -et»«tp »T n u Kmnt , • ^ • m t*hle. which wae centred wiUi a, 

MISS SAGE LEY LIEUT. A. B. GERMAN. R C N. 'S . 4 .a of TalUiimn r^oebucU, were 

H A Wallace and Mr* C J R»nkm ^ p,.-.. -mu c*i ' 

An engagement of wide Imereat, both here and in Eaatern Canada is announced today, the principal* being Mite Sage Janet Ley. only daughter nrealded at the turn* and Mu* Mar- Mr* ciarri 

of Capt, and Mra R. H. Ley, 16 Paddon Avenue, aryd Lieut. A. B. German. R.CN., only eon of Capt. end Mra. P. Barry German of Otuwa. -.ret Duncan and Miaa Gillian '^^**”^* *^- ItUftt® Smith 

The wedding will take pUca at Chnat Church Cathedral or March 27 at 2 o'clock. Miaa Ley wiU have ■* her attendant* Mr*. P. C. Frewer. n»w.i»i-n — the hAitei- -»'**‘** Mary Clay aaaialed In 

aiatcr of the groom-elect, a* matron of honor, Miaa Veryan Yarrow and Miia Jean Mackenzie-Grieve aa brideamaid*. Lieut. -Cmdr F. C. Frewer, i serving 



MISS SAGE LEY 



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LIEUT. A. B. GERMAN. R C N. 



R.C.N., will be the groomamen. 



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Spring floweri decorated 6 t Al- •• 

.M iban'i Church Baturday evening . * --- 

I'T* I when Rev P B M Tooulin aolem- >* 
lulled the marriage of Margaret, 

I elder daughter of Mr. and Mm 
iHeiiry Oaaeltan. 1467 Myrtle Street, 
to Prederlrk Henry Leacock, eon ofi 
Mr. and Mra H W Leacock. 40S9 
iBlenklnaop Road The pretty bride, | ' 

I a graduate of the Royal Jubilee i i 
^ ^ iHocpUal, Claaa of September. '46 j 
waa gowned In white satin styled i ' 
with aweethean neck, fmed aleeve* , 

Jk , pointed over the wrUte, peplum- I 
n walat and fuU akirt tweeping into 
.a train. Her veil of illusion net 
I cascaded to the end of the train 
and waa held to her head under a 
coronet of seed pearl* A double 
atrand of pearls waa her only orna- 
ment and the carried red rosea and 
lily of the valley. Mr. Oaaelton gave 
'hla daughter in marrlagr 
j The brldeaiTtalda were Mlac Shir- 
ley Rennie a fellow-graduate nurse 
land Miaa Roaemary Oaselton, slater 1 ! 
ot the bride, wearing twin costumea S> 
of paatcl blue nylon net over aatln 
with bandeaux of latllred sliver I 
land blue nylon caught with allver! 
bow*. Thev carried arm bouquets * 
of pale pink inapdr*gnna and deep! 
pink carnailoos 'Fhe bridegroom 
waa attended by Mr Craig Johnsj 
and acting aa uahrrs were Mr Harry I 

-wt Omelton, brother of the bride, and' — c»i«m*i i*hei« 

Mis* Ann Hargraft. who ia attending the University of British Colum- Youlden The reeepUon Nency McIntyre recently arrived from Wmnipeg with her mother, 

bit ai Vancouver, is spending the week-end with her parents. Mi and Communli\ Charles Martin and her grandmother Mrt, E. W Kneeland to 

Mra. Alan A. Hargraft at tha Oak Bay Beach Hotel Mr. and Mra. where Mr* Oaselton and Mr* spend some time m Vitinna. While heie they are gursti at the 
Hergralt who** home la m Toronto ere epending a yaar in Victoria. Leacock atalated the yourur couple) Empress Hotel 

In receiving their guert* A four-. 

II • • I - l|- ■ . , « tiered rake centred the table whlchiwool tailored suit w'<h grey camel- The W.A Britannia Branch 

.flurii^rip ixi^SS rr Pars 4 rnmni \l*** demraled with freealaj andihalr topcoat, black arreeaonea and No. 7. Canadian Legion. B.KB.L 
J ' lighted tapers red rosebud* en corsage ' «rlU meet Tuesday evening tn the 

f ’e/V 4 k/' Wf -• 4 . / / lieavlng for a honeyroonn at Mr. and Mr* Leacock will make elubrooma. Blaruhard Street, at • 

rtf’ ’V " ^trPP*iilrit tin I PttriS Banff, the bride wore a pale wue th#lr hom* at 64© nalia* Road o'eJork 

bt Andn-Wf Preabvterlan Church The bndegnxim itad hu brotfter*. ~ ‘ >,r 

* 4 * the scene of a pretty wedding' Ur. OrKflth Cameron aa beat mani 

ic*ierday at I o cl'K-k. whao Uar- and Mr, Alan Cameron aa uaher i f*! ff r T ~ - ' iSl^ - " 

jofie Jean, elder daughter of Mr I with Mr Charlea Briers, ooualn of atJIP^py. „ 

a>.d Mr* Robert Roaa. Bhawnigan I tha bride, Mr Jim McKeachie and L \ / A I IV T T* 1 M /’^ T ' A? 

Lake. VI. enchanted vowa wIth'Mr John Noble. V r\ I T 1\ I I \ ( w I H I * -I- - 

Wallace O. Cameron, aecond eon of _ w .4 . v IT ^ ^ W-rA-i ^ 1 1 i ^ VJ II I ^ ^ 

Ur and Mr., Jamie Cameron. 1»7 . Th^,^'P««n held In the . ^ QT CCTl r^NTC I /■MB® Jr 

D..ui J. L w .! oUOLihollUlNri! |0 T , 

MeUan read the nuptial „r> ic* i ^ **^*^ *^ “^ ”1 /- 

Tall baaketa of CaUa Uhea werei^T 7^ *»f H FOR RABY , ^ .ig- . 

placed before the altar and the gueat ‘he'H D.miv Silk Dreiw*. From I ©I A ^ r,f 

pewa were marked by Lara* lulls ' three-ll»ed eeke Receit .-4 Romper*. From 169 . if W 

bow* centred with Ilowera 1 '”* gueat* were Mr* Roa* In a H Bunlmga Wnh Fur Trim or With Arm* and Leg* IB I 

_ . , . 'aequln-trlnuned grey afternoon ^ Soft Fngluh Toy* end Te-Mv Bear* Js F 

Th. .u^m.h. rrt brw,. ,.,.n to ,„h . I iPMaO* I L . 

marriage by her father, wa* Charm- 1 -f -,-w ■OTb f .! I • I f I 

Ing in white slipper aaUn faahloncd!^^ c-mcfrm -MiMri 1 ai ^ 'Vool Jer*ev / 1 It 

art nrinceae llnwrihe fitted bodice i 7 ^ 41 f-.ogl-h V.vella Snu-. :- 6 « lb 

» prin^ iinea. in* hum bodice erepe with ptnk and bUck RUrer* N*»y R|.,e Hed ll 

.1 ?;■ pink eamatlona, Mr Archie WUl. I S«V. U . 

r n L7 ^ *he health of the bride. 1* FOR GIRL4 M '* 

full aklrtnilghtly en train. Prom a 'k rUK uiRLb I 

coronet enmposed of three aeu of ^ • honeymoon motoring ^ Smart Waol f>re«*c*. J- 6 *. 7-12 p 

net lea\« centred with Illy of tbej^'^^h California and Mexleo. ihaiM Wool Skirt*. Flaid, Plain II 

vffiey. her veU of Ultulon nctlh^*** ‘ cherry-red gabardine ^ Sweater*. iN.li. r-* Cardigan* I*: 

WUoired waut-iengfh. Her only »Rh trey topcoat and acre*- 1 ' ** Paot.e* f " 

jewelry wa« a double atrand of •"<* gardenia corsage -ftL* j r i 

pearU. the gift of the groom, and ^Ir and Mr* Cameron will make ^ I TOYS - GAMES - BOOKS - DOLLS 

she earned a round cascade bouquet 'heir hooM In Victoria. ^ L • A\ an^ ~ 

of pink roeebuda. white freeala* and f XIJIT CXrSDI/ C LI /V D ■ 

Illy of the valley Attending the bride Pro Patrla WA. No >1 Canadian^ ^Pt 4 mA\ I rib OlV/nfX OFlvIF^ ' ! 

were her abler. Mlee Beverley Roe*.' Laclon. BE B.L, will meet on Tum-i^ '^SU 6201 / an PART bt ^ r wuu ' ^ 

and Mlae Olive Cameron, alater of day at 7 46 pm tn the ladle* lounge ™ ' FORT 8 T. fOpp. Time*1 0 2661 

tha groom, wearing Identical frock* « Courtney 6 lr*ft ' iiamia m ami 

of pink lace and net styled with mm . - 

ofl-ahoulder necks and net yokes, (j ” 

tha graceful akJrU featuring bustle >| t \ I ^ — 1 

efferu Ttielr Mary Btuart head- 
drwaai » of lace, caught si the back 
with velvet bows, and their net' 

■UUs matched ttMtr go^WM. f op M 
bouquets of blue trWes and shaded, 
fdnk eamauons showered with blue 
hyortniha ageaplamenteid their et«- , 



Miaa bhirley Kennie came from | 
Kelowna to be bridesmaid for MW 
Margaret QsseUcm at her wedding ' 
last evening lu Mr F H Leac»(k 

US ... 

[|* Ottt-of-'-7’ g.:- ' a» Uv* %ed 
j||y ding ot Mias Marjorie Rc'* (u Mr I 
\| 'Wallace O Cameron yeaierday In - 1 
!* [eluded Mr* 8 R M<>rnaon and Miv' 
.!J .Betty Morrison. Mr sn.i Mm Grif- 
'flt fith Cameron Mre Alan P>mer 
14 * I Taylor. Mrs H Phllllpa. ail of 
-I** Seattle: Miss Olive Cameron. Mr 
SI ‘and Mra J O Noble. Mr James 



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pti.to o( 6( Andir» ^ >ArlJait -Aaio* 
rtation And tfir rnutr prvx-r«u> will 
be u»ed to M»d p«n''-k*' overaeM 



l*rt‘srntfttu}n Math* 
7 o Mis,K Milrhrll 
At ilunuuH* hinn**t 

MlM 1>IUI MlUltMI. RN dl' 
m.ior of nuniriK 

•i •Uw‘ AiinuAl mef>ting ut <h« Jubtler 
H'*pU«l AtumivAc A-.«(Ktauon heid 
:n the Mlrrur Rriom. Mrindv Lane 
!».-> evruliif 

Mbu MitclieU. «no U reurnt »j> 
dircrior ol* nuTMiig m March, was 



Aou'Ug the prubaiu>i;era who rrt*dMnr K<«biika fiairltfr. Van 

tered training at the Royal Jubilee >:--iu^er. Oeorgma DrnUe Blllard. 

Ht^pHa) on Thursday were Ihe Ok'riagan landing B<<iu Cmi>> 

Muses Beaaie Isabel Anderson. B4> Ccckell. PeiiticUm Mnr I>st»elle 

Hmg Dau> Chung. Maty~Au.>lln Corut Piorteer Mirte Evelyn David- 

Church Barbara Isobel Lester. Mar> <<n and Arlene Marauerue Steele. 
Evelyn Dale Roberu. Ruth Victoria New Wr-'inliutes , Vona Marjorie 
Roger* Shelah May WlUon. ail of Iiene Demere:u. Norma AlbertUui 
Vlrtorta. Flett Marie Marquerlle Placske 

Otiter atudeiit* from Briiuh Col- and Lavma Almira Stllwell Crei - 
umbia Include Mu* Alma May ton Olgit Ooltk South Slocan. 
Duke. Vancouver, and Mu» Made- Barbum Juan Ciuy. NeWm EUle 



Pyihuvn Suter*. Ulahd *remplr 
N>< g. wUl meet at the K of P Hall 
on.TUeada.v at k pm. 



VALCNTINI values 



D..-' u‘ . i Drtt Teirr 

0< Oaloe 



0« Wskittsle C»r« 



> I •• from (he members of the as- 
-< lalluci 

Me« Jolm Br'joke. presldrt.r and 
M' Perry rlmith. Irravirer. of the 
Vaitr-iuvif >’h.i|iter the AjirelH 

Him a -re anmity ihtise yre^riu 

Titrre aeit IW members 

•vl th» afTfvif 



music rendered 



N*U Mannng Peachland. Shirley 
Elaine MawtUley, Trail Myrtle 
Constatire Pather. Prince Rupert, 
aitd Jsnice M> Demtoti Walker. 
Kimberlet . 

Prom •.'.hci puru of Canada and 
'Newfoundland have come Etna 
lEsier Elytra Staudinger. Calgary. 
Irrrrt* Dtirothy Sletbrn, Camroee 
'Alta Eiiiabeih Didow Cirand 
^Pralrir Aha Marion f.luabelh 
A. me Her.s^-hel. 6a>.L and EUfJi- 
Vmla Carter St John* New- 
'foundland 



Mn 1 W builierlaiid. wuu 
one of the guvernrira •'! *he Cana- 
dian BruadcaaUiig CorporaUoit. wa 
guest speaker at tlie meeting of Uie 
Women’s 



ParksvlUe Women's IruUtute on i 
February 4 Mrs. Sutherland hae' 
been on the board of gr/remori fot | 
the past six year.", and gave a very | 
clear and imereaung account of the 
problenv. that confront them in 
regulating the use of the alrwav— | 
Having recently seen a deinonstra- , 
tlon of telerWlon In New York. Mrs 
Sutherland >ald that amastrtg prog-j 
been made In that held 



PAinh l-eo 1 .!•. hrriii.l. rte- 

i(;iicr\ riidravorcd tu altow today 
that Conservatism ir fashion may 
lead to c. '^SiiUoii, if ooi revi luinm 

The Muu'-r c>( Muivneus d -playeri 
tiunv rtre -r- Mt-pired by the IMO- 
IMO peri'Kl. ' -inir .-| tivem eemed 
to step righ' oui of k Kerikitr fwint 
Ing uoibrella- with ruinr*. ftower- 
de«'ked straw itai>. ruches and lin- 
gerie revUarv. all matehed the 
dreves. 

*n»e inaO'IIW . of 

dre*Ae> provuler. Atnvight sLii:.^ 
With a fuUt:-. briio^lit •rniiiid to 
tlje bark fii aehteif that re«,»ih 
a<K irtii-v)yle tailoring aiiU cutting 
has been retired ’nu-v Virionan 
ailhuuette lef^ unaruaereij the quea- 
Uoo dues a wrunaii a body hi the 
dress or doe* the dresa fit her body? 

Mtraiegir padding has bean pro- 
vided In moat exhIbiU. but only 
to help what nature already has 
provided 

Sairt lengths for the cucktail 

ur remained aboui ij inches 
above the ground- a Ut higher fr>r 
tport travel, deildedly longer for 
evening wear 

S'tme dres-ea had petticoats Ui 
plain or rjirclcertd taffetas. »nh 
rutries slxiwing under the afuri 
One model .hart joatv to match the 
d^e^* 

Jean Patou turned the clock bark 
to tlie mid-ihintiev for aeveral 
Iteriw 

Patou ueert pleated fulji.r at 
slee\e-i«ip.» C'Wvl nergs were selghi- 
ed dn»a o. l«>rm draped V- 
sJuipe In from Skin !'il!iir-- 
•a* put at the (eiilre bark 
Ifenilmes wr,. raised a* far as M 
tnehea from ihe gr und in some 
esse- 

F-»'eiisivr hip padding pm the 
• ollerljon ot» a IMS footing fw.w 



rrsa has 
during the past >esr 
Mr* t Tryon presided '*<•( ll. 
meeuni and t»ef<ire introducing lli» 
guest epeaker. outlined some of tfic 
piatw for the nest nxtnth. A leap 
year party wUI be held In the 
Mavonic Hall on February JO which 
will offer a vaeietv nf rnicrtainni' 
inrludlng a slit.ri plaj . cominuti’ 
inglng a teikjri- and hu* stall att 
m*« 0 erii da-'sciiig Retir.-lunetib * 
be ened Mr» H K Ho'-l 
eniertaimnent cjuvener and Mr* K 
Ray Hat li In charge o' refreahment* 

A arrapboo* U being p-epared of I 
Brttuh Columbia scenery to be sent 
to the brancii of the Wl in Hoi 
land wrhere Mrs. Tryoii attended th- 
conference last year. 

Wlnnefa of the recent lelephun* i 
bridge drive were Mrs O Rivacnw | 
and Mr Joner with highest scores.] 
and vsw jtudrey Thwaitai and M^ 

A Dofhle. lowest acorea 

At the floae of the meeUiig le* 
was served by Mr? W .M Wilcox.' 



M r and Mr.‘ J Kmervm Neel.v. March 10 at 1.00 in MeiroprUllan 
D'Ugias Hulfl. wish to an- (.’nun I' R*-. A h 
r»irtiivfr ^ne eiigsgeiiieji! oI t!.'.. ' I- "ffu la.m* Mi-V Neel; .ia> •'•eii 

«la*igh*rr. PT<irrnre Bevrflev >«. Mi. "t her uilendanls Mr* l.ewl 
KenneHi King, only son of Major Hughe* of Varwouvei. Mrs Man 
and Mrs. F.rne»l King Dunlevy Amca. and .Mi^s Joan King Mr 
Street The wedding will take pUce Elmer Curtis will be best man 



Inshad of^ 
harsh laxolhes 

XATUML ncf 



>f. Marf*(iret s imi 9 , iris 
Noll I Siu'cessfiil Siller Tea 

The Old OirU' AssiuciaUuo of "i^ged Uuougbout roonu aod 
Margaret'k Bchool held a succesafullthe tea table was centred with 
•liver tea yesterday afternoon at the | daffodils, plum bloaaoms and tuHpa 



Of Walar ' Ow ArMng 



Thk« tried Slid l*n«ve» rer.j.* 
bO'UgM relief I*, millione of suff 
In-m .-s>nstip*la*ft Actual MU 
abow tbat tiare are ihm?- 
u-ef" ikf ..-limli • 
Trv I'iDoii JU"T »n wsli-r f" 
in<>r*iii-g- \'iuM ag'*'* tiist 
results an* smAiiiig 



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For Sour Stomach 

Sympbims of Indig^H'^h cause 
considerable dkstre*a in thousands of 
people Many find relief through the 
use nf Csl-Bis-Sodex which contairu: 
ingredlenU (hat gently ivelp alkallee 
restore proper 



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functioning of the digestive system 
Cal-BU-8odex give# faster relief 
fron the dislrtae of digeeh'e dls- 
lurbwnc**. Cai-BU-6odex Is on swlr 
for ^ and i&c at all Cunmnghan: 
Drug Stores and other dnig stores 

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This new Phtlco it * hi^h-quality instrument we are glad (o 

recommend lor yean of pleasure and satislaLtion 
Msf;niiiceni cabinet of hand-rubbed Walnut. 
Frequency-modulation, xhori-wave and iitandard radio reception with 

push-button aeicctora and treble anil baas control 
13-tube kU|>erhete(odyne. Fully automatic record changer 
with scratch eliminator. ^ /* ^ 

Come in and hear its Ufe-like tone 



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live Biageite Club wtU meet on 
Mondav at 8 pm In the clubroonv 



Palnii mHiiuaiiird r» aipr sNmlder 
more M|uarl«ti than rminrteil 
*■ 1*1 even inverted Meeres ai the 
n> oral ohonlder Itiii 



Attention, Victoria Housewives! 



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rtMkfW le»*h w» • l>*wl»« M-'Vl'nS ^ 

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Alt and M*» Murrell t Hraltie 
133* I Murat N«ree» anitoiiitee ilte 
I niet.i Ml Ijir:: :id"f dsughier 

lAir-'ihv Fraiur- Mr. Robert 
.Sfekv.ri son ..f Mr and Mrr James 
M. 8lr*art. A7? Tail Street The 
■ertdlng will lake ptsee eartr In 
Mareh 



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•nif regular im>i ll> merUng nf, 
ilje Paiksville P-TA was held at' 
the ParkwilU sehnnl on February J 
Plans were made to hold a baxaar 
on March 3P. and It was decided l«‘ 
have ivewlns bees ’ al various homes 
*/k prepare lor that even! ttwassHL 
ge*'e<) bv Mr* W Rank* that men. 
hers take turnr in gioiipa of three 
to ivi range rmertalnmeiu lot the 
meeilngs Thi»# in charge nf en- 
tertainment for til* next meeting 
will be Mrx E Spo«»ner, Mrs. Ridge- 
ws> and Mr* Bunrman. A film was 
shiiwii entitled ■'The 8tory.t.l Maple- 
vine winch w# an IrTtcresling siudv 
of emall-u»wn life imp It* many 
advantage' Tlie preiidenl. Mr* F 
Rfkbinsoh. welcomed several vtallur* 



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Mr*. M- Hngge. Ritrde'l Apts kSi 
Vafii'Mkj' ei •** «Uhe* to annr«utK‘= 
U>e eiigagciirent of tier -u-.-cukd 
rtaugjtter Aulea Alberta •Renyi 
fuimer. fft Mr J*ihn Clark Watt, 
nnlv a-in of Mr and Mn J M W*ll. 
tiATJ Quadrm At Wedding bi take 
Haoe early in March In PrnOc- 
i.'t. BC 



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Tilly DAILY COLONIST. I’lCTQT^l.A, B.C.. SU.NDAV, ,I■■1■:URL•.\R^8, 1948 

I , MriRJ KUif. CubnUitiraa. vithlLItU* Theatre mofemeni In Oal* t JO pm. to the YWCA The 

I vsti/f/Afi Sthrnnr l/rp.vspx IBnld Oreen au</ 6haru« O'Coooor. farjr, and an eapertenced *<Uudl- 



aaaUUnu TTie Srouu are to have catnr «ave manjr helpful hlnu 

the uac of the Brrlnstun Bad each about the choice of olaya 

Tueaday eyentot, and the Cuba will 

U. 0» 

^Itaniooo. narrotlca atmta announced today r 

FORM OIRLA' CLl'R the arreal of tvo sranten arul aeUurt j 

A LltUa OIrU' Club, undef auper* of what they deacrtbrd aa IlM.OOOt 



Three new BntUh ntateriau wUl WuL tHaw»P abiru. Ban** uaM workroom aa a sweUnc Viclotto LUierai Womena Foniin 

be included In the d«rl»y » balr-ilonf. cUaaicady-cul JackeU with or The flrat meeilni waa held wUl inert Friday, February II. at 

cord Wurceatrr. carried out In aucb without alight hip accentuation. thci., (k* k/wm of Mra J Kirknatrlck. 

combtoBUoua aa yellow and black; 'hip effect feneraUy earned out Inl^,^ Saturday. January Jl. | " 

a nylon laffeU and a crackle nylon the fluting or draping of the pockeU ^ trlnglon Dramatic Club had ^ 

The crackle nylon la aeU-pat.emed For the fulier-akirted aulu he ortyUege of meeting Mr. H 8 I -r . 

wUh the pattern ahnuik luto the the nipped ^ and flam Vtclorla, Dliwctor of School, 

doth, giving It almoai a quUied »“1* 4«‘fn fm top effect. bommunliy Drama, an eaten-, 

effect. gjoD of the B.C. Department of, 

Polota in dnugnlng are Uie mtd- prritt frititi /Vpirt Education, at an Informal meeting ll’ff/k 

calf length for day wear, with , ^ of Mr. and Mra. J ; ^ IIIP 

few calf-length evening dremeal The annual meeting of 81 . Mary'i Booth Mr. Hum gave a briefi IT' I f F IFF’ 

which, combined with coatee.. mayiOulld waa held at the borne of Mra .^unia of the hlatory of drama, and / -V J n I Lfy f>r» 

be worn aa dinner and cockuU Booth, and the following offlrera pointed out the value of tha theatre ' ^Vv 3 • l.' / | f ’ f* 

dreaaea alao. Theae are m.*llj Uil«« elected Mrt O Overy. preal- arte to the life of a ^ / J ^ ■' 

aalln-backed bengallne and slipper- elee-preal- nauoa. , y p^S mggi j i»^ 

aattn. Both aidm of the bengaltoe ** ur Hum said there were V | flhAHl OH 

are used for effect, the shoulder, iwwwer. Mn A. Wood, work eon- profeaalonAl touring ooropanle. >nj ^ 

neckUne or walal often aeecmuated • the laal. and with tha ending of, I | g 

by a coniraattog color, uiualiy to'scorT A^D CUB COMMTTTEE me war a great revival of totereat C^' ^ 

peteraUam. j At tlia aanuaJ meeting of the to school Day? 



Oataa. will give an artdraaa 



Suits for Sprin g 

B.M.LhRiNA. DktSS^- 
M.AKF.R A\l> TMl.OFF.D 
In N'lbrant Sprmg Shade* 



, rhoto peteraUam. At Uia aanuaJ meeting of the to school and oommnnlty drama 

A T a ciremony which took place provincial Chapter The book*, all'ionnel convener of Munldpal Chap- BTRAKiHIF.R I.INLH Errtoglon Scout and Cub Commit- had occured. and it waa hoped 

A iQ the library at tha Veterans- drat publteatlooa. include a ftoe ter. l.OUE, Jj™ J, U FWd. katfceilnt ^ ^ ?r.ml ' 

.. ** ^ tv/m firtinn Of MuTilclpal Chapter. I.OJ>i , Dr Banka U ualng front gatcering ^^^ Kreller the following were entries to the Spring achool drama 

Hoepllal yeaierday aiUmoon, Mrt eelecUon of fiction and non-fIctUm ^ ^ Watson, medical auperlnwn- and draping, alight hip acoentoatlon, ^ w Oreen feaUval being held to Victoria In 

J L. Ford, regent of Mulclpal Chap- Pictured above from left to rlgnt ^ me hofpital and Mra W. C ' luing only the atrmgt.ter Itoea pre*jdenl; Mr* J Booth, vtce- March, and to the second annual 
ter IOJ3E. made a preaentaUoo of are: Mr H H MsMcy. librarian, Nlchol. second rtce-prealdent, Prev-j The haircord Worcester la ahrwn eommlttee. Mr* J Kirk- Mld-I*land Drama Pmtlval to bc^ 

M lvrf»k* U) tha library on behalf of Mr* H W Btgfto. e*-aervic# per- , loclal Chapter. I O D E I in a severely-cut *ult with a long- yy KrtUer. W MUne R J held to Errlngton early to AprU , 

_ batked adaptatton of the tail-coat continue aa Bcoutmatler. Mr F Dyke, of UntavUle. who, 

— — — — — I the Valentina Tea to b# held to the ^ ,wtth M. F Butler, aaalaUnf. and formerly aa* connected with thC| 

< ^| I I O • ■ * church ball on February 12 and. umvcralty of Toronto in 1*27. fol- 1 ■ — - 

IllllC Q II f I Iplana were dlacuaaed for a St | towing which he iqieclaUaed to pa- ' 

illll"9 Cllltl LyRfV IV t-lvi^ ' Patrlck'e aupper to bt held March 17 dtgtrlca at the Babie* and Chll- M 1m ^ 

I Mrs. W. O H Firth and Mra J. j|dren-» Hoapital. Cleveland, and the' Z1 J 

L-AlUanca Francaiaa will mart atlretary. read a ItUar acknowladglng WUUama were appointed aa welcom- conuglou. DUeaaea HoaplUl at: .TlOf V # V 

lia Ha^n Street on Wadnaada, a donation of *10 to tha Ubrary at tog eocnmitte. during ^bnmry Re- Cleveland, t^i^ ^ Dr 

li *nm Kedlmum BchooL Mra. Norton ra- freihmento weia served under coo- 1 Hutton w*. clcaelf ^ A TTOf^^ 

• ... ported four food partaU had baen»enerahlpMMri.a Jama* and Mr* I nr. Norman C. Wetaal of Cuveland. ^ D lATlluT^ 



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M 'unt View P -T A. meeting which I lent to Britain. Mambert were ra-jl. Crawford 

was to have been held Pebruary 10 minded to bring DUna-a-Day card*' ^ 

ha* been canceled. i to tha annual meeting to he held on ) r | Ti I’ t1 lift fift 

. . • Ipabniary JO at tha Douglas Houl/''* ^ 

The Ladlaa' Auxiliary to St 'following a hincheon at 1 pm. rp A Vafr€k*c 

Joseph* Villa wUi meet at th* hoa- • • • I f r .vl4F 

piUl on February 10 at I pm. The IntamaUocal Order of Job’*,^ UIT' • 1/^*1*’’ 

• • • Daughlara. Bethel No. J. will meet In ( //I H' #*f ayriYI 



who orlglnaied tha end whlcb mea- 1 
•ur* growth pattema to relat'.on to 
nortaM davelopcnaDt and >>■— trn 

lu.n.C. SPEAKER 
\ Mr* Evangeline Vincent Winn of 
jthe aztenalon department. OnJver- 
«lty of British Columbia, Vancouver. 
Ian authority on Nursery School* 



After- 

Dinner 

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itv Hi'f h*' * Bi*t alii»j‘rr» ti'i're lh*n »'»rd* 

* piere o: une jewelry evempl'lier m • Imrlr ring, 
t>r*' elei K>^ii-gr*ilc wn«i wai>h or an riluUralmg compart. 
Cbooae new *t 

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W A. to et Paul’* Angllctoj^ ^ February 10 at; _ „ ^ nwdiairir aoe- "" Nursery Schoota 

Church. E^julmalt. wtU meal cm], ^ Mary Upton. fr*todi ^ and Kindergartan will speak at 

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• • • L®” Douglas bireau jo,„ to the Pr^ (— 

Camoaun Chapter. lODE. met,buatoem meeting two fUnu wUl ^ U ulUUmg the 

at headquarters on Prldaywllh Mr*, ahow^ ooa on Weteel Grid on 1.000 echru’ chll- TELEPHONE 

J, Van Norman, second vice-regent, |BraaU. and the other Mu*l<;ln ^ Central Vancouver I*- TELtPHONtt 

In the chair. Mr*. McUa aeporledi United Bute* ' , ^ HMim Unit rhi* i* m« ftm i E 2513 



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In the Cheir. Mr*. Mcua aeporveoi um.ro o»vr^ y„jj I* the first 

*1*5 34 in the general account and| • ‘ " ,^,^'area In Canada to me the grid on 

Mm. MrKeehnle. educational sec- The WA. of Metrop<jllUn United 

; Church met on Friday with Mra j**^*^*;* , . , _ 

r I F, H. Parson, to th. chair The ^ graduated from the 



devotional period was conducted by| 
Mr* B C. BrsccwelL An appeal ts; 
being made by the Canadian Church 
Relief for clothing and food fur 
children especially In Korea and 
China, and ladle* of the W.MS. and' 
W A. are asked to meet on February 
23 to *ew. MUa O. Leddlngham 
preaenled a reaoluilcn to regard to| 
tha beer pleblsclto. whlcb waa tn-j 
domed by the WA. Plan* werel 
made lor the Mth anniversary of the 
church. A dinner will be held on 
February '1* when Dr. O Swltarr 
wUl ba the guest ipeaker. The an- 
nual meeting of the church will be 
held on the evening of February • 

• • • 

Fairfield United Woman's Aux-' 
tUary met to the church hall Friday 
aftomoon with Mrs. J Hoy prealdlng 
ITte worship was led by Mm. C. A 
Field*. The secretarial arto treas- 
urer's ryporta were presented by Mia* 
M. BadAhaw and Mm. W. K. Clothier 
raspaeUvaly. Mm. E. HUl, convener 
of the *TaxceU tor Britain," reported 
further parrels would be lent over 
seas. It was reported that *0 vlsiu 
had be«D made during January 
Final arrangemente were made fori 



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()iM‘ Dead, Two Missiii" 
Alin- Packei* Swamps 

i Marine Mens - — 

I Heavy seas and a blinding snowstorm took the life of 
'one man. and possibly two others, early yesterday morning 
when the flshpacker Amaryllis was swamped off the north 
**M;d of Vancouver Island. Two were saved, and two are still 



Loads Lumber 

Hert (n k«d IJKW MW («et ot luos' 
ber for Ualtrd Kingdom portt. Uie 
L«k* IC&mJoops drckfd *’■ 
Ogden Point yMierdkf AOkln of 
the Ahlp «tiU« here ara being 
handled by Kmg Biut . Ltd., •hipping 

•g^nu. 

Other felghien du« to call here 
' (<er lumber Iqedi ere BUhem HUl. 
Pebnutry 10. Leke airamaiu. Prb- 
ruery 11. Seftbuerd CnierprlM. P«b> 
ruery 10. end L*ke Mlunri^gnke. 
Prbniery 16 The Utter vmmI will 



U pea ravr tax Oommone debate, thet prlvUegw 

8T rrTER, Ouemiiiy. Channel being Uet enjoyed by CharUe L 
UUndi CP* — Ouerrwey Ineume teg B ~ 

to main at ke (111 ki the pound riEST INDIAN aAllVtAY 
during IMS i Tha am Indian railway wa» 

‘eocutrurted hi ISftS, between Boot- 

In Bntain. the King te (he only ^ bay and Thana, a dletanoe of U 
penon not allowed W> Ueteo to a mUee 



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Drowned was Fred Bates. Vancouver, second Bm^Arx VKtnx 

on board, who la married and has two children Daryl jjAroffroNX. Kent. Snguad cp> 
Huson, skipper of the vessel, of Alert Bay. and Jacob Olsen. - Britain'* 8S7 cuuriu Advice bu 
'cook, are the two missing men. Both are single and resided reaux are answering loo.ooo quee- 
^ in Vancouver. tlona a month, a roninenca o( local 

I The two crew member* aaved Marshall and amltb werw picked up soremnwni r«pr«Mntalivaa waa 
I were Robert Marahall. mau. and by the (lahing veaael BUgh laUod.'^^ _ 

John J Smith. Chid .orD.«, d 0.n.dl.n Ihchln, Cot- „jat<IDax. EtatanO 

Aim B., .h... .n InflOTl -111 be : „ 

Due In Today un.» chdu,! ”” 

I , , , to BC. Packert, Cld, waa bound for , 

Shit) to SpI stevaalon from Prince Rupert wlOij LADIES* WARM 

ce.e e ^ load of fUh at the Ume olj 

Firtn Record Heavy anow prevented direct I Wool Stockings 

Arrival here today of the Donald- auempu by the vewU BUgh 

•on Unea modern ship laurentla Uland and Ca^r Perry, both owned Joat Arrived 



TRY 



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wUl mark the drat time one of the ^ the Canadian Ptahlng Oocnpaivy 
company-i fleet on the Dnltwl King- Further aearrh of the aru for thej 
dom-BrUlib Columbia aervice haa mleelng men haa been abandoned by , 
completed the voyage to Victoria the ftahlnf veaaela. but the RC-N 
In a month. tug Heatherlon. tn the vicinity on a 

R N B Cumberuirch, ihippiDg ' mine-hunting operation, baa been 
agent lor Riihet Conaolidaied Ltd . I Initrucied to keep on the lookout for 
aaid yaaterday the ahlp waa dua | any algns of the fUbeimen. 

, to Ue up at Ogden Point thia mom- J ^ 

tng Her epeed haa averaged IT 1 
knnta ; 

m“’.r:nrd‘n.:^rTmr,o“^ Kliig’i AHHual Februacy 

thle port, including tpOO raaea of 

Uquor, atruelural gUaa. hnolaum, i « 

carpeta and aarthenware from Eng- , 1 

Und. Four paaMngera are alao I 

on board, aU bound for Vanoouvar. | I 

Undat Urn aomiaanil a< Oapi. IL \ l 4 



NEW METHOD 

Fxrhisive 
Sanilone Service 



C. Toung. a newc«>mer lo the 
Paclflc aervice of the line tnuren- 
tla waa built during the war yeara 
and until now haa been cm the 
ALlaoUc run On UUa Paclflc trip. , 
ahe haa called at Ban Franclaea and 
Lna Angalea. 

Acoordlnf te present aehedule. 
the freighter wUl leave Vancouver 
Pebruary M for the United Klng- 

No motor, engine or eara art uaed ro propel boat Hi top picture across amooth eurfaca of Olea Lake. A paasenger Uai for the 

Seetad In back aest of eight-foot boat is inventor H. A. Huxley, who la oaing hit feet on unueuil pedal return voyage haa been signed on. 
device which dnvea vcaacl Mr. Hualey. Inventor of the patented unit, is teen in lower picture Hi which It includes four Victorians. Mn. C. 
view la fivea of foot pedal arrangament which can driva boat at rate of four and five milra per hour. Drexel. Ml Wllmer Btreet Mn. L 

A. Cotoo. laog Lyall Street; Mim A 
_ rra Camming, »76 Uanadowce Road. 

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Do what cloths* conaooua 
giria do! Hava your 
dothaa dry cleaned thi* 
^KTT^R way. Spots are 
eeaaed oat oompleSaiy . . . 
deep • eeated grime floeta 
0 Wt Hke meglc . . . aelore 
are revived t« freafa brfl- 
lUnce , . . and there's aa 
dry alaantng ador whea 
yaa iwtraet yoor cletbea 
aa WKW METHOD Dry 
Cleaning. 



R 6 -\ear-OI(l Cripplf^ Invents Unit 
Tn ITopel Unfits With Ley^ Univer 



Tn ITnpel Bnats \Lith Ley; rniver 

• ^ . naahlng light at the entranca (o 

One of the moot unusual methodajnow on Olen Lake IB an tnUr-,tributed acroaa the eouniry, at Drew Harbor, Oulf of Georgia, la not 1 
used to twopel a wnaU boat haa been view yeeterday be said *Kh a aet- lakea and rlvam and tourlat raeorta burning. W. L Stamford. k»fa l agvBtl 
destaed by R. A. Huxley, ef 44 Oov-|up eoud easily be opwmted to boau| he has had a numbw of for the Department of Tranxport.' 

ernmmt 8trw< up lo 11 feet to length. Inqulrtea from Up-Itland emuve y^t^rday this would be at- 

TUe patented Invenrion ecmaUuj Thrlvtog a boat Uke this la Juat olannine to buUd a 11- to aa aoon aa p.wsthla 

of a compact unit which enable# the a# tfmple aa operailng a foot-con- - — 

operator to reach epeeda op lo four'troUed aewlng machine ’ ifooi. “very atreamllnad’ boat, OTui Sun$et 

ar five mllw pec Iwur by using a foot! The propellor la at aeven by nine equip It enth the peddle-powwr unit [ ftooa»v 

pedal arrangement. 'pllA. — TV»w et euriM *ae «mf«i iPmrin* - 

Canalailng prlmmrtly of a gear! Dcaptu the fact Ur Huxley I* u»t> »t Vkwn*. oc. fw th* 

box. ahaft and propellor. the unit M yean old. and crippled aa a ra D«*a^« revniicli . a, I 

la simple lo operate In preUmin-jault cf a spina Injury, ha caui make , nCllff LllffllSll aV o*w ViS.^'1 

arv triala already eondueied. K haaiup to IH miles per hour to hla| . , 4 j j 7 n“ ts iji'~itm' 

been proven that women and young wnall boat with iha tovvntkn . | * , « !1 12 II ~ I ?! il IT 

sters <T handlo any wnall maftj *Tt would be an Ideal arrangement 8v D. C. WtU-IAMS ’ « , . i o ii it it i it n *•' 

equipped with auch a rig It pro- for troOtog and pleaaura trip# ln| \ yghat ^ wrong with thlt *en- 5 ^ |I " i ii n 11 

•anted no prohlnn even for a ilx- anaii boats.' ha eatd ( tmtee "TTw dog stayed toalde of the t_iMitx* a. tiiiT*, 

Mar.old rlrL iB time, the "peddle-boai” Inven-. a — iiiiTaa.eaeitta 

Mr Huxley hae IruUlled the flr»t‘tor hopaa to have th* uiUU mano-j^ . t M it » w ”■ v at ii w 

wkit to hla own alght-fooi rowboat 'factured on a large aoale and dla-* ^ What U th* eorreet pronurvcla- n i m i: r m iss ttt! 



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I 1 What la th* correct pritnuncla- \* 
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Freighter lowed Into Victoria T;j;.rr 
After Grounding Near Portland .* r 



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After Grounding Near Portland 

' _. 'emptuoua”? I 

Damaged oonalderabty below th* from AxtorU. Ore, to a tow ooverin* j 

waterline after grounding off Portt*bout 140 mile*. ... , . _ 

land rerenuy. the CatiadUn fr*»ghl*r| - ma- mirvev riarted vasi«rday * * Pronounc. th* « u 

Tah*ls reached EaquimaU drydorkl suw sUr^ jmW y not a* oo to loo I Aai*l- 

yaiterday morning In Uro of BaJvage *ft*n>ooo und*r dlracUoo of Harry ;uu 4 To as* wnnla of do-ibtfol 
in^g larg* tug of Pacine Balvage' Barnett, VlctorU snartne surveyor .tgmflcance. parilcularly with the 

00 Lid Vf fj rt waa brought here underwriter. VA4D. and Tar-[idea of mUleadtnr to prevaricate 

_ ' rows Ltd expected to make bids for|*nTi* man'i manner tugre^ied that 

repair work, moat of which centrea hs waa •qulvocallng " Buperrll' 

1 f s-fg// / l/V about atani. Tahala. oimed and'lmu 

M •/** t jO to " "t f operated by th* B L Johnaon-Wal* 

J • *1 too ahli^lnf flnn of Vancouver. wa> CIDCT AIH 

/ll Shioy’ord proceeding U. onem at Ume of rillOl MIU 

^ / 4^ frmindlng Her crew was paM oft nAnW90 

Th* ainploymrnt otrtur* at Vtc- yesterday. pfjll HAkV X 

teria Machinery Do|eA Oo Ltd. ta toiring opsralioo. Salvage 

anything but bright. It wa* todi- |t„^ Mfi Vkiorla Tumday morn-' CIDCT QlllPd C 
cat*d ta an announcemant yetler- Astoria with freighur lIllO I OniirUC 

day by Orneral Manager H Ham- Thursday afternoon. Ve*rola * t»*M -wv .im u w 

mill. H# eald the night ■hifl haa • ^^rhed Royal Roads Friday at 10 ibS tet# »Mp •rwet* *1 

l-.n r.nwW otI OT-. 110 m,n ,h.r, nn^l.ht J!*,'* 

released ' becaua* of *tronc wlnda. The ****^ i* ,****r*f'‘ 

BuppUea of *t*«l arw dwindling, t^w marked ih* aecond major ep*r-‘ nrrtf Tr*>TT>o nrrT^^tr-r^T^ 

and ther* te no deflnlta posaiblUty ttkm of th* new Salvagw King dner' ««*«■. 

thU picture will alter for anm* um*. reached Vlctcrta *ev*ral week* twa. tr*** 

w w HW M - MO. Ytr*t rommerrlal oporauem cm’ ^ 

Fraeent tayoff. said Ur Kammlll. igf this port waa towing ft Brltteh 8w«H-taau»( «mOt ervehas *• • 

te a direct result ol compteikm ct.tntgMmr Bamptp from Portland , 



Metaweliwkal omea OeatMlM HMkU. 
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ANCnUfT TACKIA 
Red mlmon and Chinook salmon 
arw largely caught by gUl-rMta. a 
typ* of Axhing gear dating back 
almost to th* dairn of Um*. 



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Ih* former Royal Navy mainumanca 
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A aecond almllar ahlp. widergotng 
reconverxIoQ. te scheduled te be 
completed irtthtn arrrral weeks It 
te pwalbl* atlll furthev la.-ofTa will 
be made whai this ship leaves 



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THE DATI.Y COl.ON’IST, VICTORIA, B C. PIA'DAY, FKBRl’ARV J», 1048 







lAi W. C. Uud*ut sclfd «• mulu uumbcn I 
of rrrvfBCMU«i and Iniroduced Mn companifH 
WUllam Blair, pmidrni. «ho wcl* mIq* 
comad about 300 mambrrv ' and' H M C 6 
tnendi Amnnf the mvUed Mr» a I 

»rre Mr and Mr> F J K Knglleh B^rt Zulu 
»eniur liu>pei'tur of acliooU., and Mr* an<*r Mr 
H Be«.k«nh. truster of the (.trratet 
Victoria School Board IhUKing annual ai 



>) M;-- Iiace Hc^keU). ac- 
i b» Mr>, j Snell and 
r. HPwi UilUam Bell. 

Nadrri ■<mpanied by 
1 CMrvi:, aeie prrvnted 
V Mrchr-ir* »iu In attend- 
' H J s r-'p. hrr 

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r T I OrM IL DAM E I 

A Jtucrv^ul Fouiulcn Ua) dance 
aaa held on Wednnbday at the K ol 
P Hall. Cormorant Street, by the 
Virinria and UUtrict Parent-Teach- 
er Council. 



Alexandvr Recounts Desert I riuniidis 
( II a t m s Mon t y^Ajenend Exoiineroted 



CASHIER 



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:rora the point o- ne 



Lord Alaaander now Oovemor-'' 
Oeseral of Canada. telU of the ' 
l.aOO-imIe deaert advance which ' 
ended the threat to Edyi}! and of the 
Tunuiai) campaign which waa ’’an 
unuauaUy complete rsampie of the ' 
battle of annihilation" In a dupatchj 
aent to the Hrttlah War Office In i 
May last year and now released | 
ROMMfl. FIMSHLII 
Whrn. on May 7. t»43. Lniied 
Slates truotx eiuered Blaerte and 
RritUh troop* entered Tunis. Ri>m- 
mel s African army waa Anuhed andl 
(he wav was cigar for (he invaalnn' 
of eirliy. 

"Never before liad a grrai army^ 
been ■>n (niplly det.iTovfd. ' Viacoun'., 
AiexanSrr derlare^. A quarter of 
a imlltuM men Icid down their arrru* 

, in uncnndruonal surrender. 633 es- 
caped. Immense atockj of arms., 
ammunition and auppllea of all na-| 
lures were live looty of the virtora | 
ritjr own caaualllea In Uie final bat- 
■le were lev than 2000 men " 

Vi couni Aletarwler desrribrs the 
lunnan eampaigii ami the sweep 
■ot- r cvrerfalca and lubya which 
preceded it av “the first wholly auc- , 
jeeMfui campaign againal the AxU*' 
It waa remarkable because It pro- 
duced “a tiew Instrument of victory, 
in the form of the cloae collabora- 
•tlon between the Allies which wra.i 
to be not only a battle-wimung butj 
a war-wtnfUng factor " | 

FflAlbES eiHENHOWIlR 
Lord Alexander attiibutca much 
I ertaMt fee the ■ upewas t»( the Untied 
Statea-BrtUsh fighting partnership 
p In Oen Elsenhower, his immediate 
i superior 



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the task in mind, he barked me up 
In every pcwstble way and I knew 
that I could in all rircunupvnre? 
rely on his complete imdentanduig 
sympathy and support ' 

Viacoont Alexander reports fa- 
vorably on the late Oen- George Pat- 
ton. who before hu dramatic role 
in tlw European nkhUng served 
under the British neld-ma^^luU as 
a rorpa eummandrr 
FOr.SII OWN FEKI 
Under Oen. Patton, Uiuied Biate*. 
troop* had "recotfred from the nat- 
ural depression caused by rartv set- 
backs which they luid abivorbed with 
great rapidilv The beueiw.s of Uw 
uuensive truiniiu: to whi'*)i dry luul 
been subjeried were now «h<>wlns 
in hard mounigui fighting 
Legends which developed arouiio 
his oppiwile number In the fighting, 
Field Manhal Erwin Kc*minel. wen- 
not Justined, Vpicmuu Aleiander de- 
clared There was "an exHggeiu 
lion of hU undoub'eti quail' le . v. lu’ 
leiiilcrt to fia'r a ^lcp^c.^-....a 'Hr 



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taNes new green peaa, young carmta, red npe tomatoea .grvd other laaty 
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Dramatic Siisjicn? 
In Thrilling Film 



New facet aud RUdden rorpoee dot 
the HumpbrwT Bofwt picture. War- 
nm‘ "Tlie Big Sleep •' wtueh opens 
U>rr.OTTOW at the York Theatre with 
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ON THE ISLAND HIGHWAY AT THE 
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Alias — ’'Tarran aiu) the 
Hod tress " etarrmg Johnny 
Wetaaoiulier and Brenda 
Joyce. 

Caplts^Walt Disney's "Fun 
and Fancy Free " 

Ixnninloo — Conrad Veldt and 
Hex Ixigram in 'The Thief 



a midiught shoalnt 
haa baen motw or leas cocunon U> 
Bogart ■ picturca for many years but 
ti is cail>' lately that the alar haa 
, become known as the introducer 
of promMng new feminine facet 
tn Ida films 

Heading the list of tnlereaUng 



Some of the moat remarkable 
muUoo pictures aver taken were 
used by Producer Louis dc Roche- 
mont as an authenticity clteck lor 
his filming of **13 Rue Madtldhe.*’ 
ih# Twenuelli Century-Fox adven- 
ture Kit which Blare Jamea Cagney 



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Frank Laumura. and which opens 



Tuesday 19 45 hrs I*sr«dr Ureai 
Rn|] call ordf^T 

W'rdnesdav go •HI hr.; MlQlatXU< 



Heure: 12 Noon fo 12 Midni 9 Kf 



Oak Bay— "Bebecra;' starring 
Laurence Olivier and Joan 
Fontaine. 

Flau— Michael Kedgrave and 
Jean Kent In The Man 
WUhln '• 

lUo — *'IJ Kue Madcleuir,” 
starrmit Jainea Cagney and 
AnnabaUa 

BA}al — “Green D o 1 p h m 
Btreet." starrlig Lana 
Turrier and Van Heflin. 

Vnrk— Humphrey Bretart and 
Lauren Bacall In ‘The Big 
Sl^ep. ■ 



tomorrow at the R]<i Theatre 
The films were made se. retiy, 
and at the riak of death by pholo- 
graphera of the French undertr-ound- 
They show collaborAti<re at tome 
of their must traitorous jobs. 



Enterfoin Your Friends of Dinner m This Delightful 
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JOAN GREENWOOD 

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**l)uel in ihc Sun’’ 
Gmiinsi to ihe Rio 



Every Soturdoy Night- Donee lo the Music of Fred Pitts 
ond His Orchestfo While You Enioy Your Dinner 



For 111* first tune in hu yiars of 
screeti triumph. Gregory Peck plsys 
the villain. I>eat McCanles. a Itw- 
leaa. hard-Uvtng, rough-rlding row- 
puncher, in '‘Duel in the Bun.** 
which opens Weihie^day at the Rio 
Theatre. 

Joaeph Cotton, acreen favorite, 
plays the upright, Harvard-bred 
lawyer who looks with disdain upon 
hla brother Lewt's wUd ways and 
visa with him for the afTc Uons of 
Mlu Jones 

The dynamic rule of powar-mad 
Senator McCanlea. lord of a rattle 
emiAre. la played brUilanily by the 
venenble Lionel Barrymore. 



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lens In demurely, as befiu the little 
star of “Bong of the South “ with 
color by Technicolor. Dinah Shore 
Lings three of the tlx new oumbent. 



ai'snsv Hli>.NM>UT. MUNUAT ItSBRAL OALV 



\n pAciting Tale 
Starring Tarzan 

*n>ere an thrllU and lntri|ue In 
the African feature *TarT»n and 
the Runtraas,' 



Frederic Kmg, Conductor 
In Recitol - Twenty-Fifth Seoson 
FIRST UNITED CHURCH— Tuei.. Fob. 24. «:15 P.M 



Guost Artists 



Pierre Timp, Boritone 



Groce Adorns. Soprono 



which opens tomor- 
row at tho Atlas Theatre. The pic- 
ture co-itars Johnny Weis.vmuUer. : 
Brenda Joyce and Johnny Btrflleld 
In an txaiung tale of the tungle 
The swift acu.m of the new offer- 
ing revolves around the Invasion 
of Tamn'A domain by a beautiful 
humrra*' expedition bem on irap- 
P*h3 rare arriTTmi ^pertmvns m 
' whoIe>«le quantities to restock 
American and European soof 
1 An important member of the ca-it 
Is Chela, famed chimpanxee. who 
-pUya heraelf in "Tarwin and the 
^Huntre'- ' i«r the third time in 
[this latest adventure. Cbeta -.utdoes 
hrraelf with tricks. 



Spectacular Film 
Showing at Roval 

Betting a new record for spec- 1 
tamlar film-making, M-D-M'* fMmi-| 
mUon of '‘Green Dulphin 8tre«4.*'| 
|dow being shown at Um Royal The- ' 
atre, reveals the foltowing figurro ' 

The pteture required 145 setA It 
was filmed on 11 of Metro's SO sound: 
atagea on a total of 445 square 
feel of stage spare. 

The number of peraorui apprsrtnc 
before the camera totaled S.OQO. 
jlheae torloded the picture's stars 
Lana Turper, Van Hefiin, Donna 
Reed and Richard Hart, and Uie 



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Fun and Fancy Fn e," which opens met at Hampton InstJiute, Virginia 
Uaxvorrow at the Capitol Theatre, where, as vnuthfuJ studenu they 
One main sequence ronrema the|*ere membem of the college ties 
romance of Bongo and Luliibelle rliib. 

based on a short .-.lory by Bmclair Theip Kuoolh. effortleas ainging 
Lewie about two Utile bean *ho ‘.tyi, ,ocal arrangemwu 

^ iMnae^ by a gigantic bear. ’of popuj., hUa. famous eptrUuale 
Lumpjaw. A comic giant performe ;tradlt1onal fMk enngi and clasaice 
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ATHENH, Feb. 7 t4*) Nine per- 
•one convicted of eubvendve acUvl- 
tlea were executad in Oraaca yaatar- 
dav four tn Balonlka and five In 
Trlpolu Fifty-seven parerms were 
amated. chargwl with being pari 
of a Communist espiociag* ring in 
Balonlka. 



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THE DAIEV COLONIST. VICTORIA. B.C., SlNDAN. M.i;KlAR\ b. VM6 



Arthur Kennedy uye that when 
ever he Andi hU ero fettini the 
upper hend tte*U rem* morr whet 
hmppmed (o him in Yurlt when 
hr rrpofUd on loc&ti'K) for R X O. 
fUdioi The W»r.-*- “ ■ 

Coetumew worn by Uerbera Uelr 
Paul Stewart and Bobby Diiaci'li 
were approved by Producer Prederic 
Ullmati. Jr., and D<r*ctor Ted Tetz- 
lair when Kennedy arrived . 

*'HaU Pme.' UUniAh Mid altar 
loulLJnK Art over ‘ U'— Uke It had 
been knocked about plenty. Suit * 
baevy enouffh, but the culli. knees 
atvd elDoM* fthould be aand-pupered 
to make It look thre-idbare f.f the 



Dave enitvied In tlie tnlai;ti 7 In 
1944 t~,d 'frved fur two yaara. 
After hla dUcltari^r he went on a 
yeara tcur with L'60 camp ahowi 
and aai heard t:fi many Arnird 
Porce* Radio Serrne "Command 
pr/f'-rmanre plattet!> 

6inrr hu return Hu)iyu(>ud 
Dave hai been a yue ' many Vop 
radio prr^r«m» inT^uiilne Oinny 
r:;.-nvv Rudy V-"* H.«ftv Car* 
mirhari atid DuR^ Tavern He 
made 1 ..- innial apnaaranee on 
Jimmy Durante show lut year, and 
wa* enyafed a a a "rrcular" UiU 
»eaw>n. 



hare a chance to arc an actual 
bnvadcut On Wedneaday. Prbru* 
ary It. at the Bar Streel ArnKnirv 
CJ\T will ataye a Solarium "8U* 
fof*One part) ” 

The lenythy stake and radio ah<-« 
alii be held In aid c*f the Solarium 
Jumur Lewfue She tier ol Dtmm 
Tlie partv rets under way at I 
prn. and no admtv: -n will be 
rharited Onnatlona wtU be weN 
cimed. however The show will carry 
on from 8 until 10 pm. when the 
men - edition of **8U*for-Onr' *111 
be aired 



OIDMM.niMl I.At'M'H R.AU'-IIMIP 

IIJXIRD Eases. England CP' DE\'ON|V>HT Rtgland CP). 
Pollv an African frev parrot still Half of a ahlp *e- launched at the 
surUes pa.<urn-by with a realistic shipyards here rw*«.>:l. u wiu bs 
imilatloci of a bomb whlAtimy d orn Ailed u> the stem ef a Nrwwt^an 
••nd the aruiouneeniAii "Bicnb tanker the biw of which was dam- 
COD' WtuK a raid ‘ aged bpvrwul re^wiT tn a mine 



yiiiliiieers will lake incr 
Vancouver Theatre Program 



This Week's Radio 



Home fames of tlie New York shouts of the men hauUnc ihe an 
oiaiiu bMcball team duruif the 
1948 r-:. jTi. will again be televtaed 
by the Natlemal BroadrasUnc Com* 

{wny 

In addition to reguiar'y .*rhedu!ed 
Giant games, pre-seaivon contests 



Nut suae **(.nirie With the Wind' 
has a picture arouoed the 

Interest displayed In the filming 
of of Are " sianing Ingrid 



Two prominent Wr.i Coast 



lUiu’ne men th' 



cons 



’PI'.' Ketutt-d) said Wiin di|{- 
nity. "1 am rut fa^hlun plate 1 
know, but tills * my own suit Mv 
picture coaturiie ha^*'' ' arrived yei 



Pi<-r>ii»i of "Jc-sh of Arc " repre* 

aents U.e resit • "f a rire«m of 

many year.* fur initrid Plans fur 
trie productnm were completed when 
»lie Was srrirlng her triumph in 
‘ Jrain nf I/>rraine‘ on Bniadwai 



!;r llrnuklyn Dodger*, will be seen 
■ er NBCs New York station 
WNBT 

Tl: T marks Ihe third luccrasive 
ear that the network has telertsed 
Glan*> games from the Pulo 
Oro*!"*)* Among the ferhniquer 
ileveliiped by N.B C fur the cover- 
■•ge of ba>eba!l contests Is Uie now 
anlversally-accepted practice of 
ilarlng one camera behind home 
-'Ute. Pur this aeaaun's 



in Vancouver wlU be the guest this 
»e< k of Condurior Jean de Riman* 
• .i\ When ehe apiwam as solout 
un Ihe CHC Mfife program She 
viiilinui Betty Davi±.in. and with 
the orrlir?.ti-*» Will u- heird in two 
wurS: . N’u'i;.. fn.m live Baal Bhem 
Suite by BUwh. and Bea Murmur*, 
by Caetelnuevuirii*--. The pro- 
gram will be heard nn We«Tem sta- 
IIOIU over CBC. Truns-Canada 
netwi rs al 9 p m . PaclAc Ume 
ML Davksoii *ju. bom in Win- 
nipeg and rcTelv^ mr>.'. rf bee 
mualcai educailim 'Jiere tilve huld.s 
the flegrer- f A M M and A TC M 
in rnu*»c. wuining the Sarah Hepp- 
ner -‘-larship wph the former 
and the Turonic: C'miervaiory g>. - 



FUEL COSTS 
MONEY! 



next aeaairm of CBC * Tuesday 
night feature "Points of Vie* ‘ 
»ngmaies from Vancouver im Peb 
ruary 10 at 9 IS p m 

Taking the atliiude that imiiUng 
for piravure U not ii>orumah)lkr 
will be Phtliip Prichard. une*time 
latter and fUhermarf who volun- 
tarily gull game hunimg ten yean 
ago and is now devoting himself 
anti/eiy (a »nuiig. 

Opposing him wUI be Hal Oeniun 
familiar to CBC. tlsieners for hiv 
"Bpciruman a Guide" program, and 
well known in BrtUah Columbia av 
Ihe sdllor of Northwest Sportsman 
Magaxlne 



Dtsigned by Conodo's 
eurtrondiBg •ufbonfy 
on Powgr Sows 



When informed tluil Bn..'. Cabut 
had acrepicd an inritaMun to :: i 
ligrr hunting on the bi.cir of an 
elephant with Mahsraja O A-h-Be* 
har. a popular H''u>w<-<p<l i -dum;::.- 
• t. "I think It would be more ex- 
rtung to go elephant hunting on Uie 
bark of a tiger 



games, 

■ smera apece ha* been provided in 
! * rere.-iUy-tnlarged P-jJo 0»'.‘un/1s 
press boi. considerably lower than 
last year'r camera poaition behind 
'he plate 



Gtutge Mavrtedy u<- •>’ 
to a bit of ylllalny but he wuhr* 
the script-writers wnuldnt make 
him out a complete cad 

A* the self-DUile ii’—.-rupulous 
ranch biM «n Columbia s "Lawks*, 
which stars flanriolph Bcoit and 
.-Lirguerf.'T Ciiapn>-u. klsMt-ady 
not wiUy iia* a gaiis ol ten henrh* 
men to do hu d;>;> work, but abuses 
aomen sumethliif Aer<:'. 

The veternii shuUts ai Mb Chap* 
man. splatters mud over Bally 
Eiler.o. and alapf Barbara Reed 
r -v. the mouth 'Not only ihai. 
he Complains. "] als - sneer at civil* 
dren ” 



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A rip-ri>ar1ng crew of muUiunu 
mariner* will take over C.8 C 's Van- 
• -?uvef Tliraire next ^urvdav, 
Pi-bruarv 13. at 9 p m In^ realbtlc 
music-drama that recreates the 
rough and ready days ol Bpantsh 

e*lle«*— Preneh pelv*ieee»i %nd 

many-masted ships that sailed the 
'ven seas In search of treasure. 

Popular West Coast singing star 
Ed McCurdy will narrate the story 
l--^"ing members of the Vancouver 
Theatre company wilt take part In 
tlie drairuiL — me and the entire 
r: '‘'*11 will be dlrerled bv Peter 

Mi* Donald. 

Wnilen by Prancu Belfrage the 
-npf enmled 'Oeonre Jones 
A B ' It takes the form ol a play 
L--(ied *>•! an old sea ballad, and re- 
r.M-nU the tale of a ntuilny *mnng«l 
rhe ere* of Ihe ship SaUdUi 



Harvtid Parr. 23-vear-old bLnd 
smger who scored such a hit when 
he was an amateur •lOiresisni dur- 
ing the reeent broadca.«t of N B C ‘s 
“Philip Moms Night With Horace 
Heidi" from Omaha, has been 



Omaha. 

'•tgeiert by Heir|f as a mpilar mem- 
ber of the touring show. 

Dave Barry, the fsrgle-vtiiced 
comic whu playa Mr Ripple rm the 
N.B.C. Jimmy Durante Bhow Wed- 
hesdayi at 7'30 pm. *u bom in 
Brooklyn on August 17. 1018 li, 
early ambition was to be a car' 
tft. and he conducted a rartoon 
strip In hu high school newspaper 
Upon graduation from high sch. * 
he worked 



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Wayne Morn*. Aim star wtuinaiMi 
Aymg hero, reporter! to Director 
IrMng Rapper, fur hr Arvi day* 
work in "The Voire nf ihe Tun> 
a romantic comeriv ... in to be re- 



T1-‘ m- 'fin pi- lure cover* s iwo- 
' period ir. i.-'-r. s life, beginning 
when she leaven her farm home and 
eoiinr with her burning *t the 

•take 

al .. ‘ • : T:=chnlf jlor I* 
'.e pji The color 1* 
iv til augment the mod* 
; In ciwonail-m rcene* 
r ' » in the 
■rne the only mKlcesble 
that of the flame* and the 
. f- fed I'lmr. 

ar side 



var'iu* Brwik:;. ;• 
radio siatiom as an solor and sound 
effects man. but after a few months 
decided to take a Alng at yauoe 
vllle That initial vaiideviile date 



un»i 



■'You Walk into tt 
exclaimed Rapper, 
grasp Eve Arden arr>u}id liie : 
lift tier off 'he f *f. k’- her *- ■ 
put her down agsm 
"Swell said M*irr . And titen 
I *upp-- . Ml have '.'.go t.- work 
“Oh m*." replied Kapper "Then 
you go home Tha* ■ all yoi. re to 
do today." 

“What a glurmuv birsine- 1* ' 
;»id MorrU "What a glorious, 
glorious buetnev' 



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•i tingling *or.' lo of ship- 
lavard scene* sword and pmol AghU 
and the fWvh of cold steel, the 



canoonut. During the t^evt | 
years he appeared at the cr>unir> 
leading theatres and muht cl jb* 



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Gn the *pc-‘- ;.:ar *idf. aotervg 
Ollier ihu - the picture sitows the 
most evcitiiig and brrslh-taking 
batti* Irene* ever filmed. 



Mimv n>--'vie mothrfN W-me n«* 
•iMoe iiiii.inied In f'Wtering their 
offMiring* caM.rr rnur d.ved theli 
**-«r<.-;«-ar-otd son.' hslr green In 
•n effrirt lo win the title role tn 
RKO Radios "The Boy With Green j 
M.«lr " Dean Hlrxkwell. 10-vear-old 
•r*/ir won U*e part but won't have bi 
dvr hi» . - until half-way through 

the picture. ' 



A Jury m 1.,- Angc;.- 
ed Comeditn Marx riO.OOO 

in hu IJOOOOO suit Siialli*' WSHK- 
Rrntheri Picture*. He sllcwed in- 
vasion of privacy in ti*e u*e of hta 
tume in a movie «-<-hout ht* pri 
mioMon. 

Marx complained ihai the m.)Vi- 
RhapeodV In Blue. boACd rn |o- 
Ufe of Oforfe Gerxiiain, erf''*.- 
ou*ly gave tfie impression that the 
comedian once played the piano 
in a ''cheap neighborlM<od ' in New 
York. 



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uns article Accompanied by twn 
friend* Bing packed into the moun- 
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tional Park on a three-week hunting 
expedition during which he hogged 
moo>e elk. mountain goal and other 
game 



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HleM »m* *t«*la aaanika ntar to aa-tor- 
■urmf Um etraae'V *a4 raaiatanaa fnar 
danahiar •aaO* *n toOtr ftoa-t waH - aat 

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Tht Tttfea )du*ke'-Mn" W tmag 
to be touia Turner * bu.«lf»tt picture 
Ahe’s to murder two men. a girl 
and then be executed heraelf. 



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to f ,«r79.tW? b«rrrU from U) lar« inlu triwre Uvr loufMt of *hlrh 

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PUrl-oU MVUip from 10 tc So Chloruplrrlii. Utt tr«r ru o< u>r 
I»er vent ««n be obt»lned «Uf> Ihi* Great War. ha« been found a ((vxl 
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>> iiiiitpr^ 4»raiii 

WINNIPEG. Feb 1 CF« — OaU 
arid barlrr futurra ahowed a betirr 
tone and finner prk«a today on the 
Wumiprg Crain Eachangr. Demaud 
In both giaina by ahipi.>ers add 
procr^fr••^a and malutif interMi buv 
ing barley ruDtrlbuted to the ateads 
neat Of(rrlng» «ere not aa heavy a 
in prcvioua aekei'jfu- 'I'radlrig wa- 



osnt^ . I I'i'ntfies 

jBHkvt a.enBf&Kic. a ao(u LU.< 



rapori 



At T)ii>n!o the l<»p for *Mght> tttRU.NTO 
-feer* rioted at 117 JS, and butcher 
Meent were up to 11550 fV^rlpU J**^”*^ *' 
were light at Montreal and trading 
fairly active with good ateera bring- 
mg ai6 to 118 and good cowe 110 75 
m 112 50. Total aal. 



SALT SPRING ISLAND 
FERRY SERVICE 

M HUM IV rvvtrttvi 
I wni a < 

Mt>*(iiAV Tti«t<Ai. im atoat. 
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OTTAWA. Feb 7 CatHe 

pricca made autne early gamv but 
leal mnat of thfm by rlcving time. 



JIM WEST 



l. oil A. mand gave rjN future-' pritc* 

ateadier tone after early liberal ot- 
olf 10 ferlnga had dried up Plnnneai In 
320 M. up Chicago gralrii, particularly oaie 
alao cnntributed to change In the 
market here 



816 to 81650. while the practical top. 
on cnva waa 112 
Calgarv aold by auction a load of 
^ireni at 816 45 and heilera up to 

815 60 

At BdmonUjn. weighty ateera made 

816 25. Prince Albert waa aieady wlUi ^ 
heifera aeUlng at 814. M<>om Jat|> 
paid 81550 to 816 tor top ateera. 
Saakalonn, up to 81550; Regina. 816 

I to 81625, and Vancouver 115 50 on 
I good ateera. 

Export ahlpmenu of dairy catUc to 
. the United Siatea totaled 744 head 
. agalnal 5*9 In the eorreapondlng 
week laat year. Export ihJpthenU 
( from January I tu date amounted to 
4.360 compared with 2 538 In the 
’ »ame period laat year 

Strutkf prirea were paid fur caivee. 

I notably at Winnipeg where the mar* 

I ket waa 82 up. Toronto paid 820 
' to 822 for beat veala Montreal, 
Imoatly 123 Winnipeg, up to 833. 



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I'oroiilo Slorkfl » | 

TORONTO. Feb 7 CP» Lnautfl 
Lreudv wera extended In modcratel' 
quiet trading In the Saturday hail 
AOuUon on the 'I'orfmio Stock Lt 
change today PivuUl tndUftrtaL 
continued ea*y while mining atocit 
moved narrowly downward. Weateni 
(Mb drifted to lower lereli In dul’ 
Winnipeg Electric featured 



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who nuJe a lot of mroey alx;wine 
buw (A«t be could l^kw'xrd. 
He‘t f^AAit the only kllow 1 know 
who could get anywhere that way. 
Goverriniema can't 

And yet the acrangc thn g ahnut 
govenunenta that g^' m l(X a 
generiaja d>«e c<f Stciilum u that 
they kcoxiie chiefly remirkxHe 
g<'ir.g backw'ard. 

Rumu w-iii already a htclrward 
C4»utitry when it hecamr Sculot. 
Y>>u d think it would g(' dhe.avi. But 
It >utteJ with a few tl.« L^n.i 
pi 'lit.cj^ jnJ cnmirul prisnnc; i j-ilcJ 
hv tlie Cti' and en-Jed up with 
Jjt.ndi.'i*) 1,1 IVfYl'.'i'O outright 
• Avea (Apart ftom pa»>'n<ri of w At). 
SUvery went out of atyle every' 
where elj« tn the world cinag to 
a century ago, but RiMia ahi'<t bach 
a century under SociiltAni ao fut 
that meet penpl* aarcely realiae 
It yet 

In Brtam only a little 
Sculi/t regimenutian, 
bureaikifiry irJ mier- F ^ 
^e^en^;e tn the peoplea 
lunnmg of ilieir own 
affaire hie becti tried, 
compared with Ruaau. 
and yet Uie icvulu luve been aci 
pivr thAt Scul Ate m tine country 
dnn’tteUueio“goaf>ddoUkewi*e ** 

No, our &xiah'4te don't Care to 
talk abr<ut Ruaau or the LaNw 
Ciwerntnent m Britain Thev’J 
anoner keep nur*trg the belief that 
Sxialiem gi"xe (orwird, tvt back- 
ward. when it operate* and that a 
tjTvemroent can run the hvea of all 
of ua. givt ua more thing* than we 
ever had before and ttill Wave 



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action 

tj.f Induetrlal iPU on more thar 
3300 eharea for a loas of about fi 
po!?'.*> Oenerally the retreat for in- 
daviriaU waa iracUonal. with all 
fimip* participating in the weaknev 



Yield on Canadian Shorat Improve* 

tlit,a**a lUrk. iut*a an Taranla VMkanf' 

• rnTtata an af.r.f* ft.lA nf 414* nn f.fcrnari * 
On tb« ««M. AaU an. f.a, af* lb. iirta anir 



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li.a La« nan bl,rri0.a Ihai It tb* 
•«n.r 9t a <-a* i* ■•.•uvag !■ ai> 
at-ttnent or tain tn aaiiaty a ]udf- 
»«’ii afain.’ mm *r dri**« at a 
iri t>t in.* proiMad by Iba I.Aa 

prebfr'y 



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OTTAWA. Feb 7 CF 
uUiput of refm**d pflroleum produi L 
lQfree*ert h^twe^n January and Nu- 
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Monlrt'al Slocks 

MONTREAL. Feb. T Cf) -Paper* 
dttpiayad a mild Improvamant after 
thrlr recent decUna while the 
balanoa nf Uie U*t wax unchanged 
to iUghtly eaeler In quiet trading up 
to the aecnnd and final hour on the 
Rtnck Eirhange and Curb Mamet 
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though 
It be In matter* amalL 
Old Mr Troublf you will find 
If bound to make a call 

Some pewple never brem to learn 
tj>i4 You would iuppoae that after 
all Hie trouble and worry Chatterer 
the Red Squirrel had had he 
would have IcamM a U j«i For 
A while 11 aeemed a* If he had 
M'WtiUvg after mnnung, before any- 
body wa* up in Farmer Brown’* 
houee, he vi»lted the corucrlb. Uk- 
Ing the greatmt care not to be acen 
and to get bark to hi* home tn the 
Old Orchard before it wa* time for 
'Farmer Br'iwn* bor to come out 
i »nd do hlJ morning * work. And tn 
ithe eomerlb ht took live greaU*t 
I rare to *teal only where what he 
took would not be miaaed. The 
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Jay had *topped making trouble rel. But y 
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At flrbt It had leemed very danger* Aide the i 
nu.A to go over to ihe coruertb. bul ihn*e ncatii 
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th* ear*. It »ae nun# the nlcert open enme 
place h« ever had dreamed of- waa’tUpped wt 
Farmer Brown * crib He go« to after yi^i. 



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Miners Fail to Rereire \lav Get Mill 

* 

(Jnemiployment Benefits Near Nanaimo 

OOUK ITENAY. Feb. 7 — Cl*lnu ut where tlxitlUr claun* hatf been made NANAIMO. Feb. 7 The H R 
aome 50 Cumberlahd miner* for un- ihdkated the Domlnluti Oovemmem MhcMHUo Companyi new tlZOOO - 
employment Iruuruice are not likely wa* t»<n prepared to pay for labor 000 pulp plant may be located near, 
to be honored, according to Howard dUpiitea. |CaaAidy. nine milr> of her#. 11 ‘ 

FulUrd, director of the Courtenay | seven hundred Cumberland and 

branch. Unemployment Inaurano#. union Bay employe** of the Cana-{ noUcoa of intention to apply. 

CommlMU-n dian CoUlerte* iDunamulr' Ltd have ’'•ter rl*hU un the Nanalmul 

- r. .. ... i FMllafd ooid that he had not been off the Job aince January la'l^ver were publUtied In The Na- 
P'rKl AI.BNHNI. Feb 7 I'araliei orupnal Uiientlon. TlUa waa rh%l- PAJIKNVILLE, Feb 7 Parfc*viUe| official word from when they walked out in fuppori!'^^ U>rtay. leadlnc U>l 

id Klrumen held a food for BrUain Ottawa reiturdlnc the claim*, but 'of itrlkln* Alberta and interior'*^* ^ 



|Thc I .sr of (.alhai tri*^ ‘ 



Tiy Ua. 3 II. H AKRI> 



l^irallel l\irkinf( /^f///ior Require Funds 
Anpiises Residents A( Parksville 

A 

-hal- 

aild 



itarkinr on Fu*i Aveture North, lented by tiie city aoUrltor. who 

«hiih Ciiy (Vunrjl ihdlrated waa^Uiat he could not draw up a by- the MaaocUc Hall to »dd«l that advice Irooi Caikary.lnuiicr*. 

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♦till only a »uxitr^ilon. wif* the auh* Uw. aa tire matter had not lieen 






Cauidy. 

Advert laeme!' 




a number ct nru Avenue baainoM- intervened, and a eutruniliee on a I’t^rkavlUe. trfuaiirurn. 

• nen. pna»-«.n* airaihet the pr<»-'new by-law for the whole city *a» Eirlnatiih and dUtrlrta^ 

poaal 'nif peiiUnii wa* received and at preaent »i rkm» out the detail* invtlod. aeorge^llaon, presl*. 
read by fhe m*)or and aldermen. Hr could not draw the by-law until Kinsmen Club, welcomed , 

pen'inner^ ronierMled that parellei « definite concluilon on the detail* *ue^ and apoke briefly on the 

luid been reached 



parking In the erra not only wa* un- 
tiecraar) , but would be highly detrl- 
otrnial ‘o trade in 



national campaign. atrcMing thej 
fact, that the drive for furvda wwild . 



tha. section go on M bmg a* help U needed 
ih*i lecnon. by-law had been luo^ 

ahnu already had auffered by the ConaUbIt J, M Green.. i 

Changing Ua ailuti ol th* cuy «| Pyjjp, traffic officer fof ^ * Jolmaon outlined the plan I 

bUAineaa area. '»uxay. a wa* Green who had ariko- »ntl'ng parcrta iwrne**. which : 



Walcli Nil rate 
Ahoard V essel 



Lomox >liip S#*r\irv* 
I n Start in March 

C OURTENAY Feb. 7 — 
Regular acheduled dally 
aaUlnga between Vancouver 
and Cumox will be Inaugurated 
about the end of March by 
Gulf LlhM. Ltd., according to 
T N LePage. managing direc- 
tor of the veteran-owned and 
operated company. Mv. Gulf 
Mariner, formerly HMC.S. 
Tnu^. wlU be used in the 
service The ship 1* Ucmaed 
to carry 400 pa.vvenfera, and 
crulaea ar 15 knot*. 



(!am|) to Have 
Assets Fngine 

, PORT AJ.BERVI. Feb 7 -The 
City Council approved a recoru 
mendation of the Army Camp Ad 



ttuilrated rf>erve 



Petmr.iiei> prxinted oul Uit bTlg-mt^ paraUtl parKing on Fir»t Av- ^ through a special arrange- 

mal propoaat Umiting lengila of but nothing definite in thal'®*"'^ Canada Packera, Ltd at 

irunu wiufh louW angle park on regard aver had been derided, the * saving In shipping expenaea 
that aeiUtm had never been im- ^uerman explained, Johnson *howe*l an example ot 

plenxriifed in a by-law which wa* the _ . weekly ration lor one person In 

, !:'T. r Bxl-A •Ol m.nuon« ^ u.. 

K iS.K conuinro 

k"; . 7 wT' T;' ““ ' «« >" 

bv-U. Ala Wllrr Y.W n.o*,a 
. tjie peliuon be turned over to the 

' (imnilitee for study abutg with the ^ Tryon, president of the 

baianre of Ihe bv-law detail*. ParkBvUle Wt. apnke of the difBcull. . - . . 

Po.<r AiaiKHN. r,b , ty., yum 1” \l l.nkc (.mvirhan 

Alberr., ,b.-,,.uv b.a m l« b.rbar . |h.i « u.,, J»^aTa ^ ^ COWICHAN, rrb 7 

r.„> . . arau b( "•» . > a,. „ .hr, n.a p«a ,e,. Mbanlml. pbbha ral.Uoh. «ron,p.n,li« Ih. 

'he tame rhenibal wnich blew up stlveiy high taxe.^ over a perRKl of 
Tmaa City Imi year tm>e Tlie •treet 

Harbonnaster Ke.se Khey .tnicled and had not required up appreciated Slve said the 



lAke (or a dam site, atid a liM 
cubic feet a second tniake in Na- 
naimo KlVer Canytm near the high- 
I way. nine mile* louth of Nanaimo. 

I 

Sliavvni|;jin l.r»ion 
To Hear Maciiirol 

"T"*"’'-* I BHAWnMaN lake K,b. 7 - 

1»4« fire engine from ttar Asseu 
Corporation at a coat of I2.5S0 The „ . ^ 

bnsin. wUl b. P.K1 for obi of cAnip “T***" 

admUilstrallon fund*, and the cm- J;'* ” / . ^ \ 

clency and good condition of ^ BtllweU. vice- 

apparaui* waa vouched for by Fire chairman in the un- 

Chlef W P Venable*, who impeded *beence of the president. 



c>> I* neeueu a purgat.vf - epsom 
salt*, castor orl. aeidliu powder* is 
u*»-d Hf'wever. In chruruc constipa- 
tion, where drugv must be used for 
a lung time, epsom salt* and casinr 
oil are not used, but laxaUves such 
as fresh fruit*, rough vegetables 
cabbage and lettuce-' and mineral 
oil are prescribed Catuig a largr 
breakfast and g'>mg to aiool Immedi- 
ately after breakfast and remaining 



daily iiablt. of bowrl tmnpmenl 

a*'**)*.* 1,1 Cvf.i.;* j4ltS N>»« 

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Vealher Kom'asls 




East Coar- of Vni.. >npr I«Und 
MumI ram atio m. ■ x)»rrca*t, 
cl#aniig b> r’fi,'.r\g \Vui«i» s.'uil«- 
PI I . 30 m p h 

,\V#sl 0»*A' -.f Var- •,\rr 
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IMRUIiTs 

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i»>inthh <i^»r i«ii. 

Uta. *»•*• r«>M auffM iMbi •> OM-b.-M 
»Mi, Itifb •l.'iuf h lti»M ‘ IWm 

Un I y.tia y I'AUklwa* Vrcaol.t* 
i na.|aMDir( •« rvlieb* au. h ■* In 
a rMVTtI Uat UlU very h*l{dul In 

•mown Ut-. ‘ ' tha «*a7 Af>» .Ir-i (•»,«» 

StDIA E. PINKHAM'S 



H a. Webber. Arraiigemcnta were 
Th. U .t pr..mt >■' '"'m- 

tianilcol SlM'ilkS .n*.,,. of 

I t»-rr, .nd .b bv.rbU Jl'"" 7^"'^’’ 

and a width of ® ’ 

British Columbia Command of the 



feet six Inches 
f-ven feet 

Amoftg the piec 



, legion 

of eiiulptijent ' , . 

er.gme are a niemberrhlp 

card* wa* explamed A report was 



Ke.se 

■ :ne to Ihr •Huatioii. Fire Chief . keep over Uie year*, and Uie bu*l 
W 



■ . . ,iwt in effect, and noticed pwrticu-, officer for the Provincial Command.' Bariun fire pump. pre»sura vacuum ‘ 

..d b«n wbU ^ h.r.'c.n.d..n L.,.on. .ddrr-..d . MO I..I of 1 ... u.d oo.-h.lf ?L, .* J” 

i not reimlred uii. . . . • i r . . ... ... for a Imral Cemekerv and arpanM. 



In Lake Cowtrhan Community Hall 
Jfiseph Orcothel of Ladysmith ln-| 



p v.n.bi» .dvprd to. cit, n».m.otr»|hr, (^d..,.„miht 

Xn c.mp.., wuh the ehW. often renusrked m council;-"; 2, ^r^ L\roduced th. speaker, who ouainsd 

hs^^rmas.er wem a^rd. “"'.port*, beca.ise the, beeama ttred'th. history ofX Canadian Legion 

7. T “ J*- formauon in IW5 bTVel- 

'^e^Chiel* Venable* said the har ntha^l^°" ^ I *"^1 H Btrtler chajrtnan of the Fftodl-f*™ Oreat War, Mr. Mac- 

nrr uniel Venable* said the har- , others for conairucuon of a the 1 nlsnl ar.r>»alad trv «m.na •ala.rana tn 



mg .-.f the Canadian Ugi^n. Branch! Inch hoee. several extinguishers, one 1"* 7* *?** »ff*nge- 

No. aiO. and the W.A to the Legion.' hook ladder la feel long two «*«*»' “J 

•Ion type ladders 23 feet long a ateej 1 
collapsible ladder, first aid kit, Ian-, 
tirns. Jackets, helmets and respira- 
tor*. 

Gordon M 



resentsUon at the next cemetery 
committee meeilng 
Plan* were made to send food 
parcels to EtigI«Qd. at a meeting 

cunpben of 

.m, cMip bo.rd Of mAbA.'"-™.. * "“''.p a 

.. A was given of a recent ceme- 



100 New Customers 

1 he S', VtUr.l NT;i*' ‘ . . ir I.,.. . 
p rased to annoum e iI-pa s-e ■f' 
t-i a.rrpf lilO new . 

'•r.v r.(U'i'men! >ui. ■ 1 .tt . 
war vear«. ha« nr.w l.eVn tr .>.,|le . m 
•-•csvinif nur ' -if r, -f«, 1 #-,^' • 

The Standard 

Steam Laundry 




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Foal Sliorlajie 

r 



whirh ought be the rea-Aun fui 
frequent breaksges. Aid VliuTui 
Kiuh liifonned Uie council. Remark 



c 



oiicerns 



Pori 



lug that one of the new city garbaft |)nf‘tfir I )**Wf*r 1 liAC 
trucks had arrived, the alderman I/I I !lirA> 



rrived. 

said he would UAie to have the driver ix I I i ' J * * 

PfjRT AMtFRNI. Feb 7 — *k^^rd sgwlllst excrr.vive speeds, and n Of Ml I .OHI j 1 1 M)IIS 

reminded that the rjipeiwue equip- 

unoDiainaDle. and wood tecalUJ hr had bee,. Colrman wx^Mhe gurv?. ,prsker 



i>f veierans' peiwlonj. which he 1W7 truck nuw at thf armv campl^^’f’ or-w branch* charter will 
Mated were the same nc-w as the, could be uUUwd by the etty for'^ presented, 
were 30 year* ago, notwithslandlng other purp^Ase*. 
ihr rise In the coal of living 

After a question period. Uie ladles 1 • 1 1 . L' s 

••.f the WA served refreshments > illagf to Lrcct 

r 



(.iturt /o ( .oni'vtu* 



rSXSS^S^;l 



fuel Situation here is aUll critical 
Coal 

ordrr* are behliid schedule 



s'oal and two r*r* of strip mine coal 
from Alberta arr en route to Port 



•■lired while driving on a city street 
Port Alberni may get a police 



j Pf)RT ALBEKNI. Peb. 7. lUtc 
I payer* will know brffire lung what 
■ the 194H (ax rate will be 
' On Tuesday the court ckf revision 

, , At ae.'r.vmenu will sit m the CUy 

.... .... . .... . surround- a meeting of the Campbell River There are 33 ca*e.v to be heard 

president of Reid College at Ta-'^** admittance U> Weal Coast Meou.rtal Recreation and Youth 7 k revision 

om*. and Is at present residing aiIO*^^»1 Hospital today of Mr* i Centre Association In Ihe lieglon j tax mil to be pre- 



TOMORROWP 






Norman ' rarhin^s Hip Memorial ( entre 

2 .'" by~a"cru7;Cc''k s'l.rr. Z7,] sidne, Rota^'aLb I AIaBEHNI. Feb. 7 Ah CAMPBEM. RIVER. Feb 7 

Two («i1..ihU of flah and Idaho,!* .kh. g lug at hig iv.iMnsh r-.n lor r-.era! year* ' coincidence s* 



Safeguard oqainst 
discomfort of 



DULLNESS 



Albenu to relieve Ihe situation. The ,1 t>eep He traveled extensively Ro*fr Pugh. 77. suffering from a Hall, presided over by Douglas R/'b- ! '**'> * 

eoal Is fr-m miner under union *■«'*»• I P'’T RussU. and many 'fractured hip 




- t w ..k » .v •—••r •••k , Insoh. It WO* decided lo asalfll Le- 

ifaci. and u for emergency u*e only I " , *! '**3 * 1!,^. . .1. *”*’^‘*- formerly of New Wr*t-!gion member* to move their hall 

The Indian Bchtiol and the Pk**j|n.,_™. ooiir.m.n 1 m " | minster, but a long-time raaident of - cloaer to the highway In order to | 

teurlsaUon plant of Island Farms, ! ^ poltremen under Ute fh Coleman referred to the pres- ; Albeml Valley, suffered the Injury make room for the foundation for 

Ud. m>isl have coal or ahui down out *n ent crltlral conditions throughout j a* she stepped from an automobUe ithe proposed new Memorial Centre. 

The scliuol board of District No. 70l January 24, and were in the w<>rld today, and •AUggestcd thatf 



down 
I'M 



ha* ordered wmikI to be mixed wlthi ******''°" salary rale* applieabl** they offered a great challenge to 
present suppliet of coal to make U ** ** I>ecember 31. 19M In regar<l men of mslghi and g-sod will. He 
;**t. ' 10 car arrangemenu. he said it »*» ' compared the present situation with 

Tlje 
alighUy 



At the time ahe was accnmpanled «o that the ground* vnll be ready 
by her xlaUter-ln-law. Mr*. Joaeph .when the lime come* to start Imlld- 
Clegg, of Port Albeml. who In alro<«t ing. 

w.a.d •ilu.tb.n was eased 1 a police th.l nf 2 .s» year* ago when much 1 h A*s«i.Uoh U com- 

by ahljm^nt of t2“c. “o1 P‘^“‘ I* ‘uPP^ed aa sug- ot the known world vra. f«red with P"'** repn^ntatlvw of all the 

Vlabw..«, from Bloedel. Ore.tTen ' ^y the -PheavaL •«! mavse, of '^r.tmlnsler .e^ « organlrxtlnna in th. com- 

iral Lske mill. During the war fuel! ^^Pf*** *«P* average cost of oper- ^^7 "^**^*^ 

eoDirol offirlala ordered wood from ^ P®*^ n»mel, sU dlwnvery 

Oie»i Cenual Uke sent lo Victoria P*“*^ Included in the [J*. P“P"’‘‘* •* 

New oil m*tallat.or« will not fined to any :rve^*“thTw“r^ 

nor to any one particular people ; 
but that he was over all and cared ' 



serviced by agenu for stove and 
fuel oils. Mill lumber orders calling 
for the cutting of large percentage.* 
of green hemlock adds to the local 
•h-TUh** 



(!oiirleiuiv V lews 
Work ol \i lists 



would charge the city the actual co*t 
per mile per month. If a car wa* 
needed In the unorganized territory, 

U would be aeni there, hut if an The speaker dealt with his own 
emergency ar«uAe in the city at the vivid expetlenre* In India and other 
.same time, a cars could be hired, land* where It was evident that, 
and th# department would pay the many pervnw had a high and noble 
|co*t. The council felt that Utu repre- concept of Ood and of ihelr fellow ■ 
I sen ted WAme gain to the city, twrrv This wa.* particularly evident; 

— — iln the higher form* of Mohamme 

/ * • ■ K danlMiv t>e C<*)eman prdnted to the , 

1 4 P II M 4 1 KK4*K Work of th» Indian poet. Tagnre ' 

WA.A . „r..oenu f f f *elf -sarrlflclnV naltirT of 

of C.'mox district saw their first] NANAIMO. Feb, 7.- James Mai- »he life of Oandhl 
local art exhibit when 30 water colm Ovirui, a resident of ErrlngtoD. The speDke* noted tha* Rotary; 
color* by limish Columbia artUt* died in Nanaimo Hcwpiial al the kltb^ *1 being international In Its 
were ploi rd on display In Courtenay | age of tt year* on Friday. He had • kMlUideA. and he challenged the • 
ElemenUry Hohool. , Arranged by , resided 00 the Island since Ittl P' wider loyalties than 

the Cdiirienay Dtulneas and Protf*- . when h* settled at Nanotwe 8a, ***^"'^ seeiartanl^m or rvatlonallsm 
alonal Women’s Club, the display I later moving to BrrlngUm where afford 

featured a panel of aketche* by John he farmed He U survived bv a ^ Fleming thanked the 

U Bh.dAn„, v.n;ou„r Ul,utr.»n.ld.u.dur, Ad.. .„d . Al.d ,;^,r„.?„V'’;d‘ 

Rert Bath was chairman 

oth»r Mr .^.4 _ .A. . 1 .... — . Wallace Urtv lerl the singing, and 

or^inLTi^ T Undertaking Parlor. U In George E Fleming was ptanisi 

presalnnlsilc painting* «if Dorothy | charge of the funeral, which will * 

’I*'"*. ^ *’'■*<* ®" Monday at 2:30 p m from v ir.i rfh Kiiow sg niRTilft 

the Angllcwn Church at Errlngton,; PORT ALBFRNl. Feb. 7.- Vital ] 
with iniermenl In the churrh ceme-'statlstlca showed there were 30 1 
tery U.ere. Rev. O A Bagshaw wUTblHhs, IS deaths and nix marriage. 



various Dpiw of media and ap- Sands of Kningion HU wife pre- 
proaches to subJerU I deceased him In 1»44 



Doubt depicting th# TraU smelter. 

(fvI Tnu'li 

LANGFORD, Feb. 7 — Truatees* 
of Langford fir# prevention area re- 
ceived delivery of a new two-ton 
truck tfHlay. and a pump capable of 
delivering 500 gallona per minute u 
on order. The truck wUl be converted | 
Into a fire engine within go day*. and{ 
will conform to fire underwriters 
•pectficatlons. Fire Chief Rridnsy 
Bnvlea said he expected to UveraoM 
the vnlunterr fire brigade to 15 mem- 
bers 



BUILD YOUR OWN 
DOMESTIC GREENHOUSE! 

We Supply Greenhous# Glass and Lumber for 

Sue 8* a 10* CrrctAhouic 
I.e«» Door and VenliUlor \Vindo«v $W50 
Complete ^42 00 

Si»e 8* X 10* Creervbon»e- I.e*n-lo Si'ie 
I.ev^ Door srul VentjixKir Window SJU 
f'oniplcte $J5 00 

All Material Used, but 10 Good Condition 
Above Delivered to Your Door In S-Mil# Circle, |l 00 Esua 
— ALSO — 

GREENHOUSE GLASS 

S*er 24" t 24" m C*«e» '•i 2S Pieces 
S'le Ifi** 1 Ift’’ in Cssev oi 5d Piece* 

Price Per C*»r |X Ou 
Over 10 Ca.ei $7 50 Per C».e 

We Are Dismantling Quadra Greenhouses 

Apply on Joi^Corner Quadra and MtcKenri* Streets 
or Phone G 8441 



“HfiiW H.C. 

Fnyr€tlln" 

PUMPKIN 

PIE 




SICK NIAM<NI 



ACIDINDICi 




* 



HiLi* 



?T Ti7Tjr^Tn:i 

xl'' 



take ENO Tonight /v. 
Tomorrow Feel 



An old famil\ fuvorile vmiJi 
any dinner and d'>uMv 
fdelicious with ‘.vluppcil cie.im ' 
Irraiiiated PaMfic Milk wlnp.- 
l'<» easily an«1 it * ecfin«>r.:ic.’.I, , 
‘too. W’luppiii^ dlre^titin* are: 
''<n the familiar I’actfic U1>cl 

PACIFIC MILK 

Irradiated atKl Vacuum Parked 
IMMMIIMIIIIIIIIMMmillimiimiMMMK 



tsneusis Tous roaiottovn agauws 
foelina dull ■nd tmd •goJiwi booii 
a< hM ur arid indi|«al»ua that rwuU 
frum"S'7Mi«atinf ordnnkin* Haf>ir« 
you gn to hod. onmy ■ iUm of 
Kwo'a "Fruit Salt " Kno wtUon uvor- 
Qight - you'll nsk* up fooling groatl 



» I • 

Mail raia* in yni •oihins miw 

anrdnt take a gUia of ■parkling, 
pUaaaot tosiingKHo Ii’iao|MwHv. 
geotia latativ* Knln-vw dnilnoM 
■od rnn«tjp«ui>n Got ■ l«<ttia of 
Kim's "PtMlI ■■■h" t/Ml.y’ 



7«' 



Iy’o) 



IPPICTIVI DOU8LI ACTION I 
I ANTACID ~ i*«r •••••••*, #m an# i ■rt.ri 

pratOHy ToS. ■w|’ U w>., 

I lAXATrvt — vrkMv rvUovM . » « 

«lMM Um tyoiiMi T«S» W«f« br««kla«« wh*!* 

J r Kmi .( OBWi* LMiiinrf tMoS 
m Hirh«MUMl m W„ Tomnui 



t V A*i <irWt i 



ENOS fruit salt 



officials. 



I In AlbenU Valley last month. 



LEGAL SERVICE » 



SUBJECTi 



fHrertor$ to L'ori/rr 

Dieeciors of Queen Alexandra 
Solarium at Mill Bay wUl meet ini 
the Knipress Hotel at a 30 pm. 
lomoiTt.w. Lftgan Mayhew will pre- 
side. ' 

In 194« India atvd the UiUtedl 
Stale* ranreird all war debu arklng 
D«n lend-leaoa and revere* lend-! 
lease between Ibns* iwo rountilaa. 



ROT IT 



Your Lawyer 



To become a Uvvyer tn Bniish rr.him!*i* at 
least six years of Jludy and Uw office 
experience are rerjiiirerl. 

The course of study t. made up id five ve.vr* 
in the university, of which th.re Years are 
spent in the Ftetthv of l aw 



Wh4i 



One year romt also be apervt m a 
E tininif practical experience 



tfitce 






“ROT-IT 

A Compotfinf Compownd 

Make yowr ewa good earth 
by turning your garden wavtt 
lalo rtch humus “Rot- 1|* also 
M1I* all the »fed seeds in the 
/•mpo«< heap. 

Awotbwr OM Gavdawa# 
Predttct 

at 



A law’vee brmRw to hi* prarlite a bi^rt 
standard of service and tpeciahred training 

Leffbl advice and jfuulance are a\’ail;ible for 
a imall lee if the mafTtr i* not compli<afed 



le**«a. ISw 




CenduU a ituntr 



wr m« SA*> ooeiurv «• «Wcir«i*>* 



TEAMSTERS' JOINT COUNCIL 

No. 36 

Thr followinfj C'^mpanies have signed agreements 
with Local Unions of the Internafinnal nrothcr- 
hood of Teamstcr.s, etc., located in Victoria 



GENERAL 
CARTAGE AND 
FURNITURE 
MOVING 

J. Heaney’s, Ltd- 
G arden 1194 

Central Cartage. Ltd 
E mpire 9323 

McIIwaine Bros. 
Transfer 
E mpire 9341 

WHOLESALE 
WAREHOUSES 
MacDonald's 
Consolidated. Ltd. 
E mpire 7161 



DAIRIES 
Northwestern 
Creamery. Ltd 
E mpire 7147 

Island Farms 
Co-operative Assn. 

B eacon 3151 

Palm Dairies. Limited 
G arden 3232 

UNION MADE 
BREAD. CAKES 

Canadian Bakeries. 
Ltd. 

G arden 4041 

McGavin's Bakeries. 
Ltd. 

G arden 2432 



Weston’s Bread 
Cakes 

G arden 3431 



and 



SAFETY FIRST 

A reminder for our member*~Arc>dents reflect on w»Fev 
Give the amateur drivev alt th# b*#aV« — You are a 
professional. . 

TEAMSTER COUNCIL OFFICES ' 

906-529 Beatty St„ Vancouwwr FAdfIc 6546 • 4740 

~7 ^ 






Self-Serve Grocery Specials for ) Days Starting Feb. 9 



HEADY CUT MACARONI 

Ml- p 



CREAM CRACKERS. 

Hvtf 

PEAS. %xtr S p 



25' 

24' 

25' 



COFPEB. .Maxwell 
'ou*<. 1-11' bag 

ORANGE PEKOE TEA 

'‘■•'g>r 'a. 

I !f- pV' 



SHOESTRING BEETS 

.4%'ftiff, p 51^ 

*t ^ I.T.- ^ ’ 

TOMATOES. 

B':7.7 

PEARS. 

t,' 

RED RASPBERRIES. 

Avlrnr' *177 

APPLE JUICE, 

So-' f i-f Ir 7 i.. 

BLENDED JUICE 
Cur* IhiM. P 

20 or T.f.' ^ 

*7- 

PEANUT BUTTER 



MALTED MILK TABLETS 

1T«‘- l-rk a. 

7'i-nr frf 



55' 

97' 

BTS. 

49' 



BLUING. 

Kr. • .. 



2 ir 

•• vk'l * ■ 

25' 



21 ' 

31' 

47' 

25' 

25' 

38' 



Fimn 



CELERY SOUP. 

l.au»j.l.cll ». ^ 

*l ^ l»r: 

VEGETABLE. BEEP SOUP. 

2 25' 



Carnpl-rir 

> 1 * 



umr XMOM 

FMCAJtf MT 




Am! JgaMM laad)! Nx 

for 
Nor 



PANCAKE FLOUR 

:;rt t#-' in •. 

-=.r |.h» 

Hi:rkwhr*i. 

_*0 ' r pill 



21 ' 

21 ' 



PURE LOGANBERRY aC# 

JAM .^1 -F> =- 



THREE FRUIT 
MARMALADE. 

r'?xt-7'-r I. 4 



73' 



WASHING POWDER 

• Uf gr ; r' 

WASHING SODA. 

.\rin & Hai'-fnvt, p 
fkf ^ h-r 

LAUNDRY STARCH 

: /f I'.i- pV* 



29' 

21 ' 

15' 



TOMATO KETCHUP 

1-1 If t«1» 

MEAT SPREADS. 

Ile»;‘"7: .. p 

I’J.t ^ 

PRBM. 

COCONUT. 

r, rnr^ '• U or 

RAISINS, r.iff: . 

U*fd. 15 r pk7 

DOG POOD. 
t;.rr. I'- -•» P 

It - »r ^ lina 

CEREAL, J' ' fr.. 

ff. 



27' 

23' 

37' 

29' 

20 ' 

25' 

53' 



RICK KRISPIES. 

K’-.-rt 



2 27' 

^ pk*v ■ 



ASSORTED SWEET 

Biscut*rs. 1 nc 

Tr jru* Y4 r.t tiag 



27 ' 



•WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUAMT1T1E6* 








THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. B C.. SCNDAV. FKBRLARV 8. 



Thcr« wUJ b« no men "bouneM 1 »ut. win 

•t ChmtmM fim* " coniinu* to fifur* hifWy in ih* 

D«»» rWnl*l purhfnan o| thC final fOfUlU. 

orU and Kfence d»p*rtmenu It*.' 

announred that low mark* In' BRliiUAN*, AuaCialla Cri — Twin» 
th* D<>r*mt)rr ImU will no lon«*r sppajatMl at lh« af« of eifhi. mot 
moan the gate” for ratardod aiu- Iwra for the ftm Um« in 30 yeart 
denu. ;B»nh were »»arlnf Utt aama lypa of 

Tlie dean'a drcUkm U aimed at*ahirt, amoked the »ame kind of In- 
ghlrut firat-yaar atudenta a rhanna bareo. both were • feet ® Inrhra lall 
to adapt thm^leea to the tinleer- and the aame weight Both duilked 

marmalade and liked horaca 



made iwrontly. Oak Bay'i 
gamaa ar« at followa 

, Palmiary 12. Oak Bay va. bqui- 
itnali. at Oak Bay. 

IVbruary IT, Vic. At ra Oak Bay. 
at VlcioTla High School. 

I rVbruary 30. Oak Bay va Victoria 
IB. at Victoria Tllgh School 
I March 4. Oak Bay va. Ut. Douflaa. 
,at Oak Bay 

, March 1). M( View va Oak Bay 
a Oak Bay. 

hockey gama arbedulcd for 
‘yeaterday againat Queen Margaret'a 

canceled 



Snake Danees, Floor Show | 
Planned at Mount Douglas I li^li. 



WANTED 



VA.SCOUVfcB. PVb T CP' 
Studenu at DolverwOy of Brlttah 
Oolumbiw can toaa off that Christ* 
QUA bugaboo with au airy wave of 



1000 MEN WHO ARE 

GOING BALD 



annual glrb' H1*V 
Mount Dougina High School on 
Friday 

Puitera have been placed through- 
out the Khoo! indicating t. at there 
win aUo be a Boor aho*. .lucfinw 
coiiUot and novolty daneot. Pnaea 
*m bo awarded and rtfrea.*menU 



tlty tvftein. 



the hand 



aiiM* 



Scltool at Duncan wai 
beeatwt of bad weather rondltlona 



tn baaclball, VH-torla High tnok^' 
the laurela truoi • fount Douglat 
With the rloae •c*ire ol 33*30 On 
January 29 E-vyutmait High hum* 
blad tlie. Mount Douglas cagera J3* 
30 and at Oak Bay on January 30 
the team dropped a 39-11 verdict 
U'>Ai trtala for the achuol inter* 
high aoerer team have been <om- 
plelcd and they will have prar- 
tlcak at wxio aa the weather rlears 
indlratiuna point to a prnmumg 
eocrer »ea«on. 

In liiier*hou«i> aoerer. the saason 
opened with a rluae win fttr Doug* 



badminton ' 

Many pUyrra liave ahown In- 
lercat in the apart and It la be- , 
lleved there will be many g»od 
maiehes 

On February 2 alter a liard* 
fought baskcibail game between 
Mount Dnuglu gIrU and Enoutmalt 
High glrb. Mount D'ltglas emerged 
victorloua with the core '"0 to 33 
Wiiit.era aua trimm^ Oak D«r 
girta the negt day with a M-Te of 
30 to 13, pUcUig their trhnnl in the 
lead of the Olrla' Inter-Iligh Ba»- 
ketball longue 



girls' ping-pong loumamem are 
i>emg played off this week Pinala 
of both the alnglea and doublea 
will be held ID the achoi’l auditorium 
liie following week when pruew will 
be awarded the wtnnert 



1000 WOMEN 



CiuhLalemiar 



WORRIED ABOUT FALLING HAIR 
AND HAIR CONDITIONS 



TO SEND FOR A 



OF SCALP TONIC 



WITH FREE BOOKLET ABOUT 
HAIR TROUBLES 



Uia* K Youdali. ktalT drama dl* ly uiter-high council maeUfif at 
iwcior at Oak Ba> High School. hM;«aquimah lari week wherv plana 
announced the cast uf vtudrnta tak were diacuaaed for the coming achool 
trig part in the two playa to be en- art exhibit to be held In May TbU 
tered in the School Drama Festival ivrar It waa decided to dJaplay work 
In the dramatic play “l^and ‘ by'of pupUa frcen Oradet 1 to 12 
Philip JofinaoB, the character! port- ; At the Oak Bay High Red Croas 
rayed will be Mn. Raed. Anna mealing held recently, reporta wrrr 
Beketov-. Mra Walter!. Shelia Beck-lflven by eommllfer member!, 
wlich. Rev. Mr. FaUowy. Kenneth More than *4^ crUlerted by the 
ntbbwrd. The Stranger. Daniel pmmy-a-week drive waa aeni to Ihrj 
rranrir jCrlppicd auldreo'a Fund It wav| 

The aroond. a cuatume play with atated 
an all-girl cast, alio br Philip John* I Mlsv Evelyne Slater wat apiiolnled 
*nn. U ‘TTie Splnater! of Luahe ’^to head a commUiee of five gtrla 
Caat includea Miaa Charlotte ;to arrange the gamiw in conne'-uon 
Rrighie uillan Bailey: Mla< LaetiUa with the forthcoming Co-Ed dance 
Thurlow, Pat George. Miaa AUdajat Oak Bay H*gh .'»rhool. It weaj 
Pramiry Hertrudr Cunningham; ,alao announced that the purtfolloi 
MiM Rokle Pramley, Bally l^undy; 'dapietlng Canadian life and eustomvi 
Mliw Lucy Pemberton. Shelaghju to be aent to Dutch children 
Clark. Ph'jebe. fThriattne Cook. jwork on this portfolio )vaa begun 
MlM Nancy Fleming, preaidenl ofjaatd Miaa Fleming 
Oak Bay High School Junior Red I AnnounceirruioftheOlrla'Inler- 
Orwa activities attended the month* ‘High Ormas Hockey Spring League 



Every dulomoblle owner ia viully InUreeted in the new ameodmenU to the Motof-Vehlele Act. which go Into 
eflect March l*t Under the provuione of the act'k driver Involved in any aocldenl reauiung In property dam* 
Mge apparently exceeding I2S00. or panonal tnlury. will have hie car impounded and hU licence auapended 
unieaa he can immediately ihow evidence that he U aufflclenlly inaured. or can rve other evidence of finan- 
cial responxJbmty. To the inaurance agenu of the city falU the taak of making out and mailing, on behalf 
of the Inaurance companlee they repraaem, many thouxanda of cardi. which the Inaured auto driven ahouJd 
carry at all Umna to provide the required evidence of flnartcUl reepontiblllty Theaa cerda are being euppiled 
by the inaureru e egenU aa a aervlce to their eltenU The alxe and urgency of the Job le Indicated by thla group 
q! busy work'-ra in the insurance department of the well-known Arm of Ker dr Stepherisoi. Ltd . who are bend- 
ing every effort to lee that tbea# Important cards are In the handi of their insured cllenla before the deadline^ 



In place of noon mceUiig. Uyro 
Club member! will hold e dinnei 
meeUng Ihla week. Wives will attend i 
and entertainment wiU be provided 
by princlplci of the OUbert and 
Sullivan Society. 

The Klwania Club wUI mark lb>; 
igih armlveeaary* UUa week. Guest j 
speaker wUl be Rev. Oeorga Biddle 
HU topic Place of Service Clubs in 
the Community " The program ha- 
been arranged by Ihe cducailrm 
rfommute*. hewded by R alp h Mat- 
thews 

* Marine Mammals," wUl be the’ 
lioplt- of Dr Clifford Carl, director 
[of the Provmual Museum, when hr 
• • peak.^ to Ih# VlcUirta Eleclrtc Club 
I C Hnice UUl. president of th«- 
I Canadian Chantber of Commerce, 

I will apeak before a Joint meeting of 
Ihe Rotary Club and the Chamber 
lof Commerce. His topic "Why 
Private Enterprise " 

I J J, Woods, auperlniendenl of the 

I Dominion Experimental Station at 
Baanlchton will speak to the Lion* 
Club on “Agrtculiure. Indu-itry and 
Research ** 

I Ko programs have been an- 
[ nouneed for the Oak Bay Klwanh 
I or Optimist Cluba 



TKcsf Mtn AcUd at Invitcd- 
Now Reod th« Results They Got 



March Ut 



rosvS 



•T^S y«ar» •«« the '»<■> ■* S«*» • 

hair SB My baas has 'ura had H n«t bate ha>e #1 hair after 

duaaeaared 1 naa# far fi>ur •r*Mrail«<< y a u r hair 

reitr Ak.VAiR haa I amiin have laa< irraiaAni 

i hart a aao* head m) hair a«i»Bi»i«i' n T.OMAN 

9t hair O BATka O WAHTtiN 

The booklet tella how mafty people may reteln and improve Uieir luair 
condition by using the Reimlr Ih-'^reas for the Hair, discovered and per- 
fected by a BxliUh Hair 8t>eviallst Here u newa oT real Un(v>tiance lo 
Ihouaands of men and women w-ho art worried about their bwir An 
English Arm engaged in treeting hair and acalp condtUuns r-.iine rime Hgu 
developed what Is known aa the Renalr proeeM of Scalp S'imulNiton for 
helping hair growUi The recorded revuit* from uam nf this pmeeas 
have been truly remarkahle end li has become widely sueceMful tiioiish- 

Bo much an in f»ct. Uiat tiirvse 



I Ta unascMSiiS 
t uniMsi* 

I cttciii i>r * 
irsra 

IS. y«t>o« busts 
II ease Mhsmuis 
u. ewMS ef UAd- 
ta Fblint siiiir 
II. T« share* viih 
an sffsiw* 
is eisna Mrr*!’* 

)l teiDd BMssurs. 
la. T» arose 
la. ts issr 
VT Jsssn • *h*c 
M CsMWUSIMMi 

It e«sll ssrrM 
1« Note at Kst*. 
il Tvist slate* 

VI esfure 
IV wnac 
IS gsn.iM r*es- 
hata* 

at. e*tr onu'a 
Mwlhsr 

as Makur* 
u etn4bsa I hue 

aa Jaiir 

«| Mm* ■( Kbl* 
af Afrvrsii Hrsr 
ai. aeiall bira sT 

»rsT 

•7 Tb b* la 6*b« 

la Pul so fusia 
aa Mfiaillsrsaa 



smoke 



Wasted Power 



out Great Britain. Atis'ralia and Caruda 
folks who are worried about their hair ere edvised to aet>d Inr Ore FREE 
Three-0#4 Taat package and lesm more abnul tlie procews and h'** it 
may poaaibly help them 



PIIOTrKsRAPIlK' BVIHESCE IH RFHT 
Abundant evidence is offered of ihe sucres* that haa in so many iris'.anree 
foUowad the uaa of the procaas In the form of reports and actual photo, 
graphs of usen Many fuch examples are Included in the free booklet, 
"The Renalr Process for the Hair." that givee full partlculara of Ihe 
method and how all who wish may try It In Uietr own home and learn 
what It may do for them 



TMEbE LAfiira ALL RF.FORTBD HF1.ENT>IH RFH! LTH mOH 
rSlNO THE RKNAfR TRrATMENT-4U WRITE FOR VOI R 
THREE-DAr TRIAL rACKAGE 



»owv 

I Thus 

a ervsna s< 1 oM* 
> Ts d**sur 
4 Rsutubls 
I adersai* riUsr 
• Nei sn* 

7 ass-in-lss sT 



S iHrI t essis 
a a*Tisna 

ta Csri at T-trri*. 
It 0*nMs US 
la Ssimsss 
II Mst* ssek 
M M»lnai 
tJ -Thin rsb* 

II WMSSOISMkSMS- 
M NWS St Mats. 
M esrskeasing. 



aa Csnrsmiiie 



T miy own • gmgU grocery or 
X LJ geoeral iiorc, • ghoe repair shop 
or some ocher type of small pUnc or business. 
You may need cesb or credit to expand and 
develop it, or to make additional iovestmeou. 



/ ' Can't btat this 2 -way 

LAXATIVE 

Antacid^^ 



MRA. a. ROND MR8. ■ t. FORD 

UA>E YOl' A.NV OF THSbL HAIR TROlRLIb? 

If your hnlr Una ia raerdine *t H>a foreheed or thlnnmg at Uie crown. 
It Is Ume to taka action, and aee if thU condition ran be rheeked U 
should be worth your while to gel thla FRFF TF3^r {mckege and UluA- 
irated free book describing Ute Renalr pTr«»wa and tu method nf aaslsHtig 
hair growth that ao many psviple aay has Italped them The Henair 
Pruceaa has aiao helped patchy baldnaas where hair regrowiii was poaalbte. 
Or if ytwr hair is poor in texture, dry dull and brittle or deAcieni m 
quality or quantity this hook leib how thcae same conditions have often 
been quickly helped by the Renalr Procaas of Bcslp BUmulsUon Uiat 
haa pitased and delighted thouAaf.ds 



1 . WVn you over-lndulte. or sat aomethmg that 
diaagTsea — take two to fbur taWeapeonfula of 
Phfllipa' Milk of Macneme wHh wetar. at bedtime. 
Yowl] awake to real relief fh>m cooetipatim. 

2* PhlHIpa* reUevaa akep-eehbing aym p acNwenf end 
tawtigtauoci aditrb ao AaquenUy e ct oiwpa n y elua- 
gi^ u waa. As an arid atomarh alballeer. Philiiiw’ ia 
aciacf the fastest, moat effecltvg known. 



FILLIPS 



RENAIR 



ProcRii 



RNfUIFS 

Itg UAi0, 



■MAie 

** lOTtSS 



lECAlSE EVEIYBODY 



I bF FRFF f Ol'PfiN nri/OW— GOOD TODAY FOR FAMOI K 
RFSAIK THRrr DAY TEKT AND ROORI.FT 

fully deocriblng the Renalr Prurena for the Hair Utouaanfla who have 
accepted thla free offer have made the test and are migb*y glad ihsy did. 
They gratefully tell of beneAU following their full uae of Uia Renair 
Prore m No eUtma or prrwnise* are offered la any individual ca*e tail 
we lake thla means of enabling evaiy one who dealrts to try the Rctiair 
P rof eaa to ipake hla or her nwn ds ei aion 'Hie pmewaa, for yean fane^us 
ieef'-rsat aasA.ma-^y Tnff~istt mi"*’*~‘ *• — afraady mat wiU-. wlda- 

v>reptArKe ' tts rsreni Intrnd.etion tn this counti7 Clip the ooupr>n 
now and mall v<dav to Mr Frederick Godfrey Ptetilbiutor for the Renalr 
Pmnas..iM MrfUll Bireet MomraaL while Uie iauer la fresh In yotie 
■wtnd. 



hcc rridy to give you financial help. 

W X2> Business and banking need each 
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extabli.thed concerns, but in discussing new 
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local Macggcr. 



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SI N DAY. FKBRUARV 8. 1948 



THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. B.C 



to be had 1B tb* TIctorla fubUc «u««l I bvy tm a buiy eroaaroad home, a Krrat deal of danfer would whoa# botanlrai name Ijrcoperdon W {MAa-foot, which takw ya back 
Ubrao- comer and h»»e rrpeaUtUy noticed be rllmlnated. jlifahteum. U !• ball-ahaped. full of *o iht ftaxnn pulkerAet, which 

CATUUUNE MTrCRSU. that Ihcrt art pci-achool a*< (MISS- W D HAYTTR. i duat-Uke eporaa whan rt h rtpa, aiul 

The John Howard Hociely. IM4 chlldiao turned out with trtcycJea Belmont Areuu*. VlcUirla ' u also eartoualy raUed bullflal. buU- • 

Pandora Ae^. Victoria, » ^ j and roller abate, every day and they ! B C . ftbruarr M«« - Hre. purkfUt. pufT and puflln. 

' ■ *rtd« them round on the road and’ w Tempeat 

akaie alao. opivMrtte my houar II.,,.. la C|.ir|.kii haa been dl^uli to track do^. ^ »i>en Proepero calU to hJa elvaa 

CHII.nKEN ON HOAD : I IO\V II Mall HU tl« In with ^ o 

BIr. -I noticed a lelur in (^ chance They are quite IrequeUi B, jl AN NKWTON ' hJSwAa^ p^k-f^ Thu lur- U to make mldnlghl muahrwmu 

ouTiOnf a pa{>er blammc the , accomoamed by many doci. ala<> • njpnenaieu. piica itaa. *m» .m . . __ _ « 

moiorlat for accldenta to children ' difficult to avoid. *TI ftBAl.L" jTlvea from ahat appeari to be Ua ‘ >«» 

eu . on our atreeta. i |* -arenu doe owners ^ reader write, for tha raa! mean- original corruption of puck or pouk Kurrtcanaa of over 1,500 nuloa an 

1 wtah to aay mat r eonalder the «md k«rth«r chlldrcu home or I*** *“*• beyn artUlrt^lv dexeloped 

Wume »li<juld be on the parents for inatruct them not to ride on th« ball"* ' ^ tevung girpiane modeta tn annd 

alJcmnni their children on the road, and alao keep their dogs at' Tlte puffball la a bu.d of fungus' The old Irish name of the puffball tunne.i 



lever told me he had learned to be a 
^ Pi T tefclpQjTDl elilaeu tn bia years of con- 

^V,^«*v*a On page 100 of U»e Royal 

M. M(Wf la um MiMf eti- M loMfua commiaaloD Repi>n It saya. "The 

r».pcn.ibmi, «t u., 

“Vtizxs.'z «“>' •« “■> “ 

aaadaDca caanM M niarM«. aeo that tbry are not leturned b- 

freed-jm worse ihan when ihev were 
YOiTHh IN ClbTOIH jtaken In chkrg» . . Tlie etidenc' 

bu. In reply to Mi J V Wat- iMa CommUaion convinct. 

... . - , ua that there are very few. If any 

kin.on. letter of PePruary 4. X:„rt.v,nera who enter ,.ur penlten- 

wi.uid Ukf to clarify aome «at4- 1 Marie* who d'-. m»t leave them wor»e 
mania. members of aorlety than wtien they 

He Mys. “I have had 2t years es- them 

perletMe a- an ofllcer in otic ol The Royal Cummlaalon Report la 
L’aj.adai muat nvxlern penlleu- ^ . ~~ 



Spicy 

lomoto 

Hovo* 

cookod 

rlghl 

through 



11-year-uld youtn ntcuUuncd would 
not oe put with hardered criminals ' 

He la .peaking of FrUii:* Albert 
Peiiitemiar) In baskalrhewan. The 
Royal CuRUnlaalnn Hept.trt of lUb 
aaya that at the Awekalchewan PeiU- 
tentlary Uie young offeiMlers have 
ijeen wurrgated in a cell bU>ck 
wtijrh bi partUionrd off from Uir 
eUier cell blodu. Tlirre arc two 
tier* In the cell block. Oradc A1 
arid Urarle A3 Grade A1 prisoners 
are pemillled mnre piivUegea than 
Grade A3 In the evenmga they are 
permitted esrlau) games In the cor- 
ridor. and an effort has been made 
Vi give SKirrui eduraUonal training 
Unfortunately this arrangement has 
not been a aucrcM It goes on to M>. 
atid I qpttte, "While the grade idea 
Ka.« rm doubt hern a .urceaa In Eng- 
iajid It ranniii be rarrted out when 
there are nniy two grades, and these 
are In dally contact with one 
another The altuattnn In fiAskal- 
eiirwan Pinltenttary Is highly un- 
aatisfai-tory. and prUiioers and 
guard alike arc agreed that Uie an- 
lagimbm which exists between 
the grades U dectnictlTr to reforma- 
tive Influence One of the offi- 
cer. who appeared before your 
rommlMl'inera auted that under 
the present circumetance* It wa 
aimiCt tmpnaeible to beep iheae 
>oti>ha from the Influence nf sdtil* 
tnmafe.«. and fhet there «m no op- 
portunity to put them into cuilable 
empinymenf ■* 

ApeaUng of Canadian penllen- 
Harlea gs a w‘ -V Ibe re?>rt'f»' 
on to aav "Notwlfhatandlng the 
recogoUed Impurtance nf the em- 
ploymenl of prisoners, your Com- 
missioners found that tn Canadian 
penitentiaries the number of pets- 
oners employed on productive labor 
Is extremely low Bc'-suee the hour, 
of labor are ehort. an undue propor- 
tion of the piisr>r>er'* time la spent 
In IdleneM- Little of the employ- 
ment provided In Canadian peniten- 
tiaries gives the prisoner anv sense 
of accomplishment In the perfection 
of his task. or. in fact, any Induce- 
ment to flnbhithe iK«k that \» Im- 
mediately before him** 

Regarding education. It goes on 
V) .ay, "Your fommlaalrmers were 
unable to find In any penitentiary 
that an a* tempt had been made ta 
Institute a satisfactory or well- 
rounded educational program 
There Is no vocallf^nal ed*jcstkin 
a irth? of the name" 

Tn the Isst few years, changes 
have been made, and are being 
made but as vet the malof funda- 
mental reforms as recommended by 
this excellent report have not been 
carried nut. 

py>r eleven years I have talked to 
men arroe. my office desk who have 
rome out of o»ir penllenflarlea tand 
t do not confute these with our 
Provincial Jatl*». but not one has 



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MONDAY EVENING 
Fabninry 0 • • P.M. 



SPRING FOOTNOTES 



Borboro Gay or>d Customodc develop a voriety of 
r>ewyfchoe silhouettes to c(^ope^ote with odvonce 
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ond ciouic opera pumps 

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r-inrr \A Ml Ovt-r 

TTlll"fTrl i 

l.oo|» I.cailrr** ICally l« C»ain \ iTilirt— 

Kajjlc*** T rim 39*20, to Siniure Series 



McnOKIA. HKinsn COM MlUA, Sl.NDAV, KKliKTAK^ 8, I9t« 



! (foldcn (jloves Proceeds Pri\scnttMl to Solarium 



MOH TIO V 8TAMI The whUUe look iU (oU U) 

K >.'# It I lit S7S 21 '.he riruU pciiud. Jackton and Dale 

y Mf A. M 7 )»4 U» It both left the floor with their fifth 

('an. Lriion 4 I M3 j|7 I perv^oaU and the I't^en were forced 

to pUr the last Uiree minute* with 
KVa dciea’.ed Y M C A ll.M. In only four men, TralUnt by 10 poinu. 
UieU' final league aUrt in an acur>r>> < they thoaed a Im of fight and cut 
iMcked aeniof "A' game that high- the marglu by two baaketa before 
lighted the baaketball card at the the final gun to earn a big hand 
Virtoria High School gymxiaalum from the rruwd 
laat night. Binafiing from tl»elr defea' In the 

III preliminary ounteata. Eaglea flrat game of the intermefiiote ' A' 
■quwred Uieir bc«t-of>flvc Inter- aerlea, Eaglea came bark with Mue 
mediate **A ' finali by trouru'lng ijf their g>>od performanrea tu taae 
Alcoa. 38-30. whlk UepcaU went one advantage of an off night for the 
game up in the Junior gtrU’ finale a 1«* tn acj'tare the aertea 



by nipping HoiahoU 33«23 
Keci'ivering from a ahuky atari 



Alcoa had a bad night wnn Uielr 
htxjtlng and ahnwrd a poor average 



the ■ Y QUUileile. apwked by Jack- , ,* , .. ,, .. 

\ VT ... . ^ ff"»n me free throw line ruunima 

aon. Clark and CKildMiilth. oofced , . « . u*. 



like’ world beater* aa they went in 

front, M-17. at Uie quarter, and “ 

M-Jl. at the half Urie-up* follow 

Parui were treated u> aotne good K V S McCaghey •. H>anpwn 8 
baakrtball and thoroughly enjoyed Anrtervm 7. Hanaon 10. Baxter 10 
the high acorlng game aa the • Y ' m< Ka> 3. Caatner. Prior 6 Total 81 
and Hanaon and Bailer ahowed ^ ^ ^ A -Jarloum II. Clark U 

'**^^*^ *. .* w . * Maaon 2. Tavlor GoldamlUi 

ime third ttnu, ^ barely got ^ ^ 

under way when K V • got the * 

breiik of the game Anderaon ran' Alcoa— Clark.Mjn 4 Ireland 3. F 
in'o OolAMnlth and. in falling, the Prenrh, Hall 4 ■ uigh 3. Biviih 4 

latter held onto the K V 'a forward 'Jej-ce 2 T<>tal 20. . 



YMCA -Jarluum II, Clark U. 
Dale 1 Maaon 3. Tnylor Ooldamlth 

e. wnght « Total u 



Mporl** Fixliirct* j 

Tnduy, I oniorro^v ' 

TOIIAV 

hoc ref ^ ^ 

iLaquimalt, aenlora. Heywood 

Avenue I 

3 pjn Heaney* vi Laglea, 
Bcaeoti Hill Park. Erquimalt 
v« Marigold. Hampton Road, ' 
Juvenllea, Divlri-.tn One, Vela 
of Pranre v» f^qulmali. Cen- 
tral Park. Juvenllea, Divtalon 
Two 

TOMOKltOt^ 

BaMgetbaU at Vtrlaria lllgb 

7 pm K V ’■ va. Warrlora, 
fim game of beat-uf-thrt« 
junior boyi* aeiim 

8 p m ' -Spenrei* va. VKtorla 
College, a e r o n d game of 
beat-of-ihree intermediate “B" 
rinala 

0 pm KV'ava Brentwood 
Am first - aine of beat -of. 
lhie»- nenlor B mcu'i fUiaU- 



Belli lev. I.aeli 
Cain INiint 
In A.II.L. Baee c° 



Dominion 





SexleUe 



I riiiiw Aii<»tria in Hocket — 

Morrow, Itislflim'ycr <»ain Thinl IMarr 

B> JAI'K HIT.IIVAN and Dennl* SUverthome of Bnt- 

ftT. MORITZ. Feb 7 iCP' Can.vcU four poinU aiul 

lAruilher iparkllng perforruance by bwiftlrd the l>>mlri;m* team total 
Canada'* horkev team and a gilt- hi 14 , i».h - gonrt t- ■ tenth place 
edged display by Suianxw Morrow am.'Og thr 3X counlrlr- r.mu*eUng 
and WaUv Distelmeyer of Toronto^, at •‘’t Mom* 

In a nirure-kiatlng event vaulted 8w*drn h— r with 70 point* and 
the Dominion into tenth place tn th>* United st .tr* iv artlh 

the team •tandinpi today, nrvt-io- 73 fiatt-- = ahr.«d of Swltaer- 
jUat ae\*ioo of the fifth Winter land which Iw- 73 O'her tlanding* 



lOlymplc*. 'Tr Sutu:- 

Dcvplif a '..if.rtmg *nt>wr '?i. ,rwi4V tr 
whlrh pelted the ring and iMirt-u 4 >j rraorr 
the player* to clear the Ire with IK CaiiPda 
|bronm.< and ah .r:-. at Lcn-mh...:. i -v in 1 
Interval*. Coach Prank Bourhe** vakia ft 
■ RCAP Fiver* auhdued Auatiia 



fven«A 

Auklria M. inland 
Italy 2ft Belgium 
. Bniaiu IS Hun- 
lod 6. C*echo-81o- 



1 -V in H. ,t>d 6. Cmho-81o- 
VakU ft 

The A;: .1 “ini their third 



, 12-0 IP move into . flrvt-pUce He . a •. „„ tol.-.ted by 

[With • - .k » In the nine. -j.-. ,,f pi^^id. NY, 

cCTunlry hoikev n- -.ehlch *a*in* tlu f..ur-maii b'Uelrd race 

'end* tomorr --v . .. . .i* .i,_. ^ i 



cCTunlry hoikev n- -.ehlch *a*in* tlu f..ur-maii b'Uelrd race 

end* tomorr-.-v • .ite tim* of 6 M I fur 

, -N.-w for :twli*eOand and tjie i,„ir ru,„ ^ ,n*er 

Ultle la ourv emhm Bnurher after xyler |K.-Tl|»ated after thrwat- 



et-riiv Ooalle Murrav Dower, • 33-'-i.f- entng t--. withdraw b«in>u.e the of- 
iMPI.jrrE financial *tatemem of of neceasarv experise* Cheque wa* George Baird 'left- and Mlaa Pay -d Toronto athlete u=r.a hU fj.-ialf ruled that all verond run* 

flr*t annual Daily Colonial presented yeeterday to Snlaruim EWUdi* other committee mem- fourth ahuiout m *even game* *U prlrtav were not to be ;r, ted after 

f.Un^ ooMen f.toviw ca^M.n ^ ^mdr R P. vlotorlr. a * ,..rele« tie with * Tocyled 



b>^ n>u>e the of* 



Toronto'! Max Bentley and Elmer 



Urb ol Monu,.l ,.ch «:ar«l . ''*™ou,« hUM Ooldeb Cilo.e. Obld.b Olm„ Com»UU. Umll Klnpr..l. 



r*i.k of th* game Anderion ran' Aicoa— *^iara.von v rreiaiio c. "TT, ’ 
I'o OolAvmlth and. In falling, the 2. Prmch, Hall 4 ru.gh 3. Bo*«h 4 " ^ 

liter held onto the K V 'a forward 'Jej-ce 2 T<>lal 20. . P 



goal in NHl. game* played u« dUclnaed yeaierday Cailon U aeen above handmg . .jjonm tporta edi 

nigli! to maintain thrir aecond-'that 11.100 36 was realued fur 8o- cheque to Mr* ElllM>n Queale. chair* formed >:<.mmitte« 
pi . Ue In the tnUividual aeocing larlum Junior Leagua after payixtom man of Solarium eummUtee Mr* Golden Olovea 
f*re and cut the lead of Buddyl “ 



Tklig. Oechr.-S'-ovakl* 



luntft iporta editor, and Callon. The Canadian* ranked behind 
rmed <:>-mmittee In charge of *he Crech.* and *he Sw‘. - in i*rr 
dden Olovea i..urnam*-nt *per»jla1-in. •■■■“ ’’neh 



the tunnel of :<-e. 

A Belgian «m led bv Max Hnu- 
ben We. nne-fifth 0 ( a aee- 

• md behind. In 6 JOS and another 



B<pth player* got up and threw a tag':: BrowrUng 11 . Ti>oby 1 . „ w 

couple of punebea, none of them tilang S, Anderw.-n 1 . Page. of Rangem, who waa held 

landing effectively, before they were lan 3 . U»n* 7 R. v.m 13 , Toul J 0 . ‘ , y » f *.*1 

•eparated by other player* Tha of- „ p Pet. igrrw i. Boyd. (fU>VPS SluUCS 

fender* boU» received dlaquaUfytng t » a ^ ^ ^ ™ 

fouu Knowlton I t Slater n. Petervm 0 . ^Q,jn|, , ,, 

w,u, ObKbbnlU. of(. U» -Y- . 1 - '' I roll t 

Uck felt to piece* and K V ’• went' « , , , «, u ^i„,, • I P^***’* _ , * , , * , 

mto a 48-44 lead entorlng the final A *' Scoring leader* follow /<Vir S/l///#*fJi 

Waltem. Kennedy t. Maaon 8 . Kerr G A Pia ^ 

|l. Cockburn 6 . Rom 6 and Dunlop ' oronn.r. R.rvger. ..i* 17 44 

. |'Tolal23 ,, .* „ Rk.rLIPTg 



tato a 48-44 lead entering the final 
quarter. 



/V>r Solarium 



I,-. I $ IJ 0().23 TiiriuMl 0 v<*r b, 'n;™ „ u, 

M *v t “ *{., ,•! .«ht lump taken bv Peter 

’# I III i .^1 • 1 %’ I An a-.'oJarte al- . ««* revrved for ***‘*^’‘‘'’ in'-r Uie mow- 

lo IlHi) Solariiiiii >hm*k r ,b’:;;b;r.br,ob"rm .;^^ 

nn \ * '•“ting agauui A" 

* I Unprcccdeuled aucccaa of the fim e*pen.‘»e» were held d-iwn In every the world'* beat Next Wedneadav * 4 P*ln In 1038 . waa aecond 

annual Daily Colontit Vancouver la- powlbie and well over half of the Toronto pair ^ ■ on to the world ‘ 

land Golden Gluvvw Champkmahlpa overhead waa a^d In rhamptoruhip, .t f^vna. .ilwPaer I * . W .,1 * .w|. . I „v 

buying tr.vphlea and priae* and to land, and In the wr'iiji of b"'h l.ilSI i il*lll*llll IP 

«• ^ another IIIAUIIK. 

terday when the completed flttoncla Up-Istand ftghier.. who tune when we hit Ih.xt place I'* /v ■ 

^ ^ difficult ice, H-e mixed pair* T 01 * 1 I ilWIO 

ljuntor League to Md in lla work for'*"“« u*e Baugnie. of B^am with Be-.-.f-mn-e aenuu -O' bwvket- 

Cnppled Children laddrefci *)etrm and navy penxmnel Andre K-ke ly and kde Klralv of evemi.g mi'u K V '• m«-Ung Breni- 

llrwlalled them All official* donated Hungary were *e< r.q 24 and Wi;t»d Aiea in the feature conieat on 

I Rat^ by Mainland official* ^rvicc* Including Dr Jack * 0 * *hd the Toronto pair had SI » thre.- /ime rard at th# Victoria 

attendance aa an ouutandlng p*tter*on, Referee* Prank Mack- Pl»<*lng« and II WO p»iiri'« Hiah 8 ch'_-«l gimnaatuui 

png toum^ent becauw o( the Their third-place fmi-h ahead of Prelm.iiiariea pit kv* agatnai 

SI. 8380 S nawleaa manner tn which the ^ touden. Scot. v McKav Vvonne Sherman and R. i- : »wen- W*rri..r> in I'.e firxt of * beat-of- 

1 bout* were ataged and the *cM *n^ Pyrah, Tt.;r Young and B*.b nlnp "f New Yurg. and Winifred tur.i. ; i«.np, »i 7 p„» 

packed fighting, the firai Island Timekeeper* L« H Cham <;■ ;i* ge againAt Bpencer* in tJv* 

Golden t.l .v exieeded all expec- ^ j Kenton and H Aylmer ■ ■ ii -e' -tid game of a he.*.-of-thr*e In- 

.atlona and augur* well for »he Bob Oewhlrst and Pn I .pl'gkl | liot«rVAo t<Tmedlate “B final one hour later 

future of what wlU become ao * 0 ' John Hancjrk. In charge of aeaOng \ Cl \ illcll JirS iTlie .eviur B Uil geu under way 

arrangement*. ~ attpm. 

Due to the Whole-hearted co-, ,« .ddiUoa to merciutndl*. prt« A ero I n wf 

.operauoii of the Greater VutorU' ^ /\!jaiflM 1^30108 ^ Hank CaMllo. 

Boxing AawxiaUon and the RCN, ^ T ^ 

jprtaee Hud-on * Bey Compeny. ^eb 8 g. -- The Olym- f * AM.<t*tl.m. laat night 

( ’•. /’I /’II iDavld Siwnrer, Ltd. VtcloMa Hat In ' 

jtV UieSS Ull!) ICo, H.K-kl.ig A Pnrbee. oenrge “ken a , ^ P”* W.rTlom^ 

... , :s,r.lU..LUi.W.U-m'.M-n.W..r.‘*.''‘"«>' S' «'■«'« K V , ,.m. „t lunlb, bo,. 

I rimg \ iwltetrw: Icece netcher** Men* Wear. The . *“«^d only to 

1 IIIII> » iToggeryShop Price & Smith O H **''' opportunity ofi • P»" ^*«le# v* Ako*. third 

'■1 I) . *,> , Oorman. Ltd. W A J Wltoin *nd 

In IiI'ItIII I miklll.' P W Prenc' Mortt* corrwpc.ridenl of the 0 pm YMCA va Cenedlan 

1 tf illlcllll • r-.penhagen w* 5 ?«|»r R-rlal- I-^trt"n, final aeni-r A league 

The V- lorU Cllv Oie^’ ci-b re ‘'_kf •- entry f. rn* and drm *ltr»fen -Wnerever ...11 |i, game 

72370 ^ '-toru Cliy Oie^ ci.b re- ; *ter* waa done at co 5 «. rental o, junm. v.,.. ...n Pridnv 7 nm tev • •. vw-rn. 



a aecond Olympic tltJe for ‘ h e pli-.ed by Jack 

lD.m.nloft tomr.rrn. by defeating w«a third In 6 31 ft 

J aaoo. Oft • ' ^ “ . 

ivtoua game*, the Flyer* ahoulrt do N"™*****’** f“Whed l-l-S in the 
M" !el -•ki lump taken bv Peter 

An ac-oJarte al- . w«« reaerved for Uie anow- 

•viM M.rr;.w ar.d ‘"“''•"t Jump- 

whn ftnphed third today tn the f 

mixed pair, figure *k.iln« .gaUui Al" ' H»md. who w^ the jump In 
„ in. .nrM-. u^.. ttf-- >**2 •''d *paln In I 0 J 8 . waa aecond 



Cnnmia Tops [)avis Cup Draw 
Skaters List (’,^,na»la 

BT MORITZ, Pvb 0 CO Here** 
how they nrUahed U the ladlea \1 avw.|* 

Olympic figure *kaUng cluvmpton- • "8x. .\IxW 

^,p .. U,. Wb.ur 01,mpb, .n,.t - , 

II In 2S-wi»man fleldi. ' , , ^ „ 

1 Abb Scoll, OIUW.. H ®‘“* . , 

bibcib. in OTI polbl. dr,w th. to lb, -hal 



' l.ach, .MnnUeaJ 
M Henllcy. Terenie 
' Mcf-adden, Detrelt 
' Pflile. Chiraga 
' Llndaay, Detroit 
, 0 . Mtrwart. (.hlrage 
Appx. Tefonlo 
D. Bentley, < hieage 
AbeL Driroll 
J. I'lMiacher, ( hlraie 
Kenned* Tnronte 
tnday llnwe, Drtrall 



..n It 42 
23 10 42 
tl U 41 

tl 21 40 

..2ft 14 n 

20 II SI 



3 24 37 

_ _ IN 1 * 38 

;Tn»-wAm.nne‘ld 7 :'' ^ " WASHlNf.ir.N Peb : tp Kenned* Taronte 14 Ig 34 

1 Barbara Ann Scott. OiUwa. U Secretary Mar-halJ today ii«we. Deir.ii 10 24 34 

nclni* 183 077 potnu pairing! for the challenge Kirhard. viontreal . II It U 

2 rva Pawllk AU-atrla 34 |S 7 A 80 ^ *.ee. Chicago 14 II 12 

3 .leannette Allwrgg Britain. 38 American 

tone mund Canada drew Meilr-- 

4 Jirina Neholov*. C*echo- 8 l'>- Au.i™iiA lb, nn.u.. ta. 1 .Shuloiil.s realure 

,kbL« lM 0 M ,.rtllpu, rubp 

6 Alena Vra-rvova Cwcho-Slo-j Teama from 20 ecmntrlea have I , , . V 

**« 1 B 44 lft .1044 challenged for lha c«p now held by JUvrlllll w’/vltl 

6 Yv.mi.e Shrnnan. New York'the United Stole* They will fight 

- , «, Inbblli Dames leslenlav 

7 Bridget Adam*. Britain. 01 'united Bute*. ^ 

IX #44 ' Twenty-five of the teama ar* Playing a team that turned out 

g Grrichen Merrill, B^wton Mae- '^’mpeilng In the oo-ealled Eurojvean ,)niy nm^ player*. Veteran* of 
I lAaAoo tone Pranre Irnunreri Ouorter Cob a^ 



6 Yvnni.e Rherman. Hew York w*v 

Clt\ 83 140 83 S !•' 

7 Bridget Adam*. Britain M 'United Bute*. 

I Twenty-five of the teama ar* 

g Greirhen Merrill. B^wton Mae- oo-eallfd Euroi>ean 

7 ) 14 A 444 

0 Martha Bachem AiwUla. l« The flrH-found achedule in the 
J 44 4 .M 4 'Europeanione I* ,n,iG, • ..,*erd*v 

10 Marlon Davie* Britain. 104 Great Brttotn va Indl*. Rumania e^nire forward, 

,44 ;w. Prance. Hungary v* Auatrt*. , drniii 

11 Etleen Selgh, Brce-klyn. no ]'^P«ln »* '^’^cd-u Swi'r _“* ’• Other m 

14411 , Pakfton. Italy v* Poland Turkey 

12 Marilyn Ruth Take, Toronto n YugnMavt*. Ireland v. Hixrm- an-, 

no 143733 bmirg. and Egypt »• Denmark 

13 Da^ar UKhowa, Caecho- , v. Portugal, 

M*L«mne Morrow. Toronto, 111 . Norway v. the O;;*' 

IVa iBriuin-lndto match; Oaecbo-Slo- 

Ift Mara Hu, BwUaetland. Ill yakla v. Braall: and Belgium v. 

, 41 .ft 33 [Argentina _ 



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-ii'l play-idt final* atari tomorrow 



packed fighting, the flrai Wand Timekeeper. L« H Chan. xn 

Grvlden Gl. .. exceeded all expec- y„ j 

..lion. Announcer Bob Dewhirat «.d Pi> |^V/kl i lior/r/kc i**' 

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juDuee Hnarmacy fcheiuckinf Eaqul-I Bank baUnce 1.108 3S for play between cheaa club- of the 

^ 7*'*'' '***«''<*' MRS EU.IBON QUEALE. provlnc*. bv defeating the ChlUI- 
> \ ^ *''•1* and in- Solarium Junior l^*r>c Golden wack club, six game* tn r»o. in a 

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rormanre H D.. .2’. H Kay <3' 

and P Cj<*t1;.?r were the other 
m*. ., fyi > winner* JUn I I 
MpMIIUb MV d Eaqiilmalt from a I lot 
ihutout. 

At Uvula CoWrge defeated Ekqul- P.C H.L. 
malt Trarwfer. 0-0 and Balmoral Vanro 

ThlaUea trimmed Burivaidr. 0-0. tn Tacoir 
two blanking* regptered to th* San r 

Dlvlaloo rive aacUoo The wind Oaklaj 
alferted play tn both matchM. BC. BP 

Thiatle* triumphed oo goal* by 03 C. 
Crabb* i3>, Sage. Alllar*. Uaaal# and' 



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Vanmjver 0. New Weatminator 1 
Tacoma 0, Portland 0 
San Diego 10. Praarto 0 
Oakland ft, San Pranclaco 4 
BC. BPMOB -B- 
D3 C. 8. Nanaimo I 



in lkPl51lt1 I rnikliv P W Pranc- ' "“'^“a corTwp«-.iin»ni nr the c pm t as a va Canadian 

II Icllll 1 I M/ll> ^ ' C'penhagen w'5?«,>er «-rlal- I'‘gi"n, firvai aenl-T 'A league 

The V- lorto Cllv Oie^. ci-b re entry f. rn* and dem *kr»fen -Wnerever ...ii g.. ti, lam/- 

tolhert the Oonna*rm Cup. d'mated -rc-au w^re reduced a/>d teducUon* aimrhed f-r a Up ft"., third game ..f me juntora b>m’ 

1.108 35 for play between cheaa club- of th# *xre obtained on pDaea and trophte* , ‘“n>e Olympic ide* haa changed *'*’•**• t*^^»*ary, 

.^EALE. province, bv defeating the ChlUl- ralttog a -.nalderable ,„,q , ^ exploited ■ flprncer* v» Vb-UiGa Col- 

Golden xnck club, six game* t,, two. m a by the ah.ri*ea< meana Rich Amen- In'crmedi.fe 'Tl- 

-hallenge matoh here Uit night, f’ „ ' bTf^mg ran* make the gold »lr-*m and *ee ^ f..' -- vry 

The cup which wa* pre-enled to •« “ie fuvu n^hing of tn- Olymi-;. O.me. me * P"' Hrentw-l A., v- K V '. 

103. by the Ute A-.- Gonna- m of > " ^'kindirn and the ,ne r.a: .ndd-n.ingf. - * 

-Xj. thU city, had been in poiaeaalon of by the m Burhareat Uie Ct wv u««. .. 

t\S Vancouver team, for many year. of iht- Greater Vic- newepaper Ac.ntela .aid HluwtaU, uZjo. 

until October. 1047, when Vtotom Boxing AuociaiJnn in Juet the Winter Olvmptca were '* eport* ^ ' 

broke the oirtof of Matnland *uc- proven by the good r*rbon wpy of dht whemlng tend- , ^ 

» reww. 'HlNtor., Uclea of Amerto.n impertolUm- *. * **“ 



'halienge ma'rh here laat night. 
The cup, which w*4 prr-enied «' 
103. by the Ute A*r-j=! Gnnna- m of 
thU city, had been in poaaeaalon of 
Vancouver teama tor many yean 



0 p m Rreritw'wal A>> v- K V '• 
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I Reeulto with Victoria player. 
I menttoned first 

I J Rnbaon 'captatn* 0 C Oar- 
IroU 1. 

I J Balnaa Lwwta 1. 0 P Perry 0 
Dr J M Ewing 1 R Danman 0 
' C D R Moore 1. B Boyd 0. 

A n Moody 1. J Buhr 0 
r W Plant I O (?uJbert 6 
P Atrathnit 0. H Lowther 1. 

P P*n*‘ore 1. J Wllooo 0 



XI Eliminates \^ests 
f rom Knoekmit Trophy Series 



Saturday 7 pm KV ; L4nna v. 
Canadian Legion Midget*. »erond 
game of total-point aerlea. 

0 pm Akm va Eaglea fourth 
came of Intormedlate "A aerlea, 

0 pm— Canadian legtop v* 
YMCA. flrat game of senior ‘’A" 
oeml-flnala 

Teams art asked In watch for 
change* tn the *rhed'il* In lb* 
event that any aerie* doe* not go 
th* UmlL 



ar* mnat ofton under the verbal nre or piayera, cuacur. . — , *..me« loaay pit Eagir* ag*in»t ‘ .. - ^ - I j 

alike The reaaon «*em. to be an outmoded *0t of rule, which ha.x Heaney, at Beacon HiU Park Andlfl I. j:./ J ” x q 6 Canadian Ixgton bark*. WeM held a fair ahar. ol o * I 11 I 

^ahB^butlilUealneetheday.whenbaxkelbanwaaadeltbrrato l^tomah Meat Market ..airxi Coi- J mr.tooh 0 H ! ;-ntoe™,r eleven elimin.tod Vic- play In the opening half, but uaiied, SaaPHTl HoOpla 

changed but i orexent race-hor»e type of pl»y * Vlctoru Wext Park at 3 pm ; «t MORITZ, Switserland Peb 1 "tr»«holt 0. H l^wt^ 1. ,^ri* Weat Irr.m further play tn the j.o at the breather, on a p«tr of i 'I 

ly played affair con ^ ^ Dfvwton Or.e play Veta of France |7 ur The International Ice Hoc- ^ *' ® MrGavin Cup aerie* by defeating penahv goaU by Midge Pennington The following weet wgi bring 

Lark of con.Utenl mierprevauon Eoqulmalt A A at Central key Federation voted today to bold " | ‘be Gr- ■■.*hlrta. 3-0 at Roya; Wiwto bark* elected l u*.- the wind !'•■'' •» ‘Ne Baanirh and 

Is another factor. t/* eali * P”*- |both ih# world and European rani.«*l Kimtiv M'llf'Kaa*. | Aihlcltr park yr-irdAT for long kick*, but the f^rwarda lav Suburban Baekethall league Pinal 

In the modem type of play. It la almoit manvl Meat wtU play an exhlbt- ichamplnryihtpa at Stockholm next ' y lan lies iv^th te«ni.'. fielded revamped line- too far back and could not take ad- »"• be p1**rd In the men* 

fouU according to the bottk The big mlxtake U that loo many match with Pairbridge Parmlyear. The uwedUh Invitation got * Wea'her rf^dtiton* caused th7“P* Tl»e Vet*, who have the moat vantage laenior "H' and the boy*' Inter- 

referee* attempt to do Juit that, and ao tpoU the game for *pec-|sch(») *t Duncan today Local'all but two of |0 vote* in ompeU- rarueilatlon of Intermcdia'e League f^>“f»t forward line In the senior 

Utor and player. Official* can ruin the aport faater *» in** -ton with bid., from Poland. Awi*,er- Rugbv vnnto-U at Mard^mald ",T. ibv •vmnd half and dominated play 



”d Saanich Hoopla 

' The ff.ltowtng weet irUl bring 



Legion played with th* wind In 



ttoe Pew fan* bother to attend game* when they know that the ^ city HaU at 13 noon sharp 
official in charge haa a tendency to keep hU whtoUe working 

overUme. f> 4 .V 



jland. Caerho-Slovakto and Austria. ' v«a*crday. 



to the defence in the parooti of' 



mediate 'B ' oeetlorw 
Schedule fr>r the week fnllowt' 



Calling them more leniently doe* not mean that liroda Siinrrh as Ijvafs in Shu ton I; 

Ina* cAntrol of th# game In fact, the oppoalte reacUon >*'#,/ ^ 



WlU lo*e conDol of th# game In fact, the oppoalte reacUon U 
more often true WhUrtle-looUng referee* Irk players, and aeldom 



Tnmmv Weidno at left fullback »hHr ahort-paumg *itr x Al| Monday- Senior •3- men Ixng 

Wridon. a reeent arrival from -c- ' ** 

land gave a polished performance after 3P minute. Bin Pri r TuewUv Intormcdlau "B' boya. 
and wa« a .uu<w of worry ‘ Wext , ■‘**‘*' ^ ^ « WMorran'* at St Aldan . 

forward. Ihtoughodt the game bold U « the Hall 



command their roapect. while capable cage offlclalg can control a 
game perfectly with a minimum of whistle blowing Tim Me 
Cullough, one of the beit referee* aeen here, la alway* In control 
of the game and curba rough play yet iwrto to hU whlaUe 
itomparaUvelf few Umea, 



over ineonaUtenl Interpretation of the rule* and exeexa whlrtlci Last aighr* ac*re« Tarvai* t, «• 

blowing la almoit cerUin to lorce tome change*. Bangvr* #; DetraH E Canadtom E Oardnr 

Many reaaonabie-mlnded coarhe* blame the rule* rather than N»*» gamv*. l•nlcM Rangerv *i A! MMART 
the rfferrea. bjt othept-art Inclined to puLtha-onu« on Ih* offi- B**t»« si r>vie*4t. 

ela:7*U la pr'vbably.a W pw^Witidri " TTRCgfTD. Pfb ' <P-’'-7f>ri*to 

Present rule* tend to make for fouUng. Pew pUyera would Maple leaf* ahpt out New York 
refuse to take a personal to atdp a certain baaket The opposing Ranger* l-O in -an NHL gam* to- 
L ayer muat make good on both ahota from tha foul atrip to break night before HUTfa fan* to keep 



n- If ' • I a m t ' | Bert Oxky. another addltkm to the appeared to Ufi It from hi. Wedne«lay 

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Billy Taylor, acquired from Boa- the battle until the final minute 
OP GA Ft, ,/>n Brulna ye*t*rday tn a trade for ipeciacular save* 



f->rward. Ihmughodt ll*e game bold U « the Hall 

Bert Oxley, another addltkm to the appeared to Uft It fmm hi. Wedne«lay Senior -3 men. 

•earn from the Old Country, turned ' •• f-ArUff-wd 

In a creditable performante rtaigbenod eonaiderabtv In Thuraday Intermedlato ‘V 

Pne the Wmix. Onrdy Holwon the laat If mtnute* aa faaUng rambov* McMorfan's at Book# 
dropped bark to right -half and with ' high and the player* dUhed oo( Itoth aerie* are two-game toUl 



Grant Warwick, made *evrral ap- 



Tha fourth-placa M<.n!re.l,f» ChrUlen-n waa the pick of ^ checks 

•ere right In th* running until t^venahirt. team OerdyOoper ,, -- - 



at right wing on Unea with Eddie p, go and Bid Abel lofted an around tha net 

taprade and Tony Ixonriek ar>d with ^#4, ^rtve toward* the Canwdleti Plarlnt with the wind at their 

Buddy OConoor and Cal Gardner end which lucWJy found the oor- 

Later he centred for Eddie Rullman ner of the empty eaga and clinched . > j • j a a • ■ 

and Gardner the verdict 0-J for the Wlngv { ^irKUlian \ MX ITipiC 

itrval bad a ■ 



the verdict 0*1 for the Wing 
On ahota on goal. Montreal 



Cbleag*; Be-tefi at r>elr*4t. Ptrat Period- I. Toronto, Bentley »**• ^ Dum Jmy TriaiG 

„ Xximciiy. Th^xnaev. P^**>- 'hit vex- PUAHlj — 

TT3cmD. Pfb ' -Toronto-^, "UAurande. Sfbrth L' . f \t 

aple Ixwfs ahpt out New York *hou to atop during the final XaI ff|r Al||ntr 



even T<x> often rwfereea blow for fouU which failed to atop the tuning Detrort ^ 

play and award one ahot when a player Is In tht clear. Some pro- ^tng* In Uit League Mend- p Uprad# ^ _ 

YtHon should ba made for a delayed whlitla. atmliar to that ta;^5tal>* XuaE gry ja of Tb'wet- Third Period-^ Twi«. Mortaon mot 

hotkey. - •' 'handled New Tort ahoto aa Iw racked ^ Detroit. 

Ona fugge*ted curb which haa eonalderable merit la to rvrjup ay, fourth abutovt of Um tea- “ Penalttea—Oardner. Boaach. K,Qy», nyj 
pnasesAlon of the ball to the attacking team after foul ahota km Hc played superbly bi the >Otta*auU, R 

Another proposal la to haye a third man itatkmed aboYa tha play clewing •Uge* ■* the Ranger* drove . rawaniwwa ■ “** Rtohan 

to call deliberate fouls missed by the officials on tha floor. This furiouaty tn a futila effort to »vt ^ ^ ^ 

*“ ™‘"'* mL, 0«»- Or.-d - - D-tto« IW d-n .P—U, 

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r.b i Th- 

I* ^ ^ .. . s' Canadian Ama^wir boxing eham- 

5,?r^,p.'ariy WmpJJ tnai. w.r'"' 

~ trd rartojto-l TonmU^^UnrtMon PerVoS -L DeUpll, R Uurrt- held at the Porum her* kUv T7-30 

Morrtaon. CoRacber-. 11 32. twentw 3nuu, ehatmian of the Ca- 
J *• OuldoUn >»<cP.4dm rtadlan Ofrmptc Bmrtng ObwdHlttoe 

rftL PenMUee-Oardner. Bomch. r.q,,. , 7a, ,, wontreaL Lach .nnminred tonight 



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SEATTLE. Feb. 7 01’ Aiualeur 
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Pftcitic }<urUi»r*i *1)1 come lo 
Smvle M*rrb * tof U»e *ec1»onAi 
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Wu)iiiiK’»n Athletic Club. wUl be 



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NwK> CrAif of Vv.--.u-tiA And AU| KuUt teanvfd A»Ut h*ne> 

a«rrAl>. o! Y*n<ou\rr, mon lheCn*m to io;f- « fl^e-Kuirr \i 
»c*neh'A And men» emalr^ cIiaj-'- over R'-Ch end Winnjf Pavne ig 
plon^hipe AA ptA.v concluded At the become the oew vnrucu i double* 
Cn»t«l Cierden )A*i nlKht tn thei- luunptonA. 

IS(h Annual VlrtorlA City Ttbk ajkI An N^ul prr»enl 

TennL*. Ti'Uriuimrnt rni CkltadA t.orrd « 

' lt\ > Utnirid ti l men' Uf minor upN * in aimi.i.j fiiMu Vit 

velerttu Bwiiuii ii‘‘'e a |A•i■^Jled a.i* ruJJy Aiid A ’ It.irTAn, 31-17. 31 tU 



" Jt morninf At 



lAtlone of Ar*ui*i*‘j^ Ai'ii loicliAti :.a-'ub.‘ 

And bAckhAHd to drcutieiy defeat jet Im bcAt 
'Eddie NkaI. VtctorlA club rhamplnn i 

H 31*0. 31«11 in a ApccUlUiiici 

fUiAl. l/i llie •nm-miAl lierran 
ellmuiAted the delemlinB clianipion ' 

Wtl) Brci«ite*CAVe. m a i^nxi threr 
iiAme niAtch. Eddie Ng«n domited 
[Tommy Lowe Jn h» Mnnl-AuAl 
Naiiry CraiK And Ruth Paynr pm 
. -m A keen »mnen> flnAl with Mi*.- 

it^lS AViniliK 31-17 IS-21 31-lV 

'17-31. 21-1# lo edd the rlty title t«' 

I. Pet her We. -eni CAnAda And Briit»l> 

* I .7M columtnA chAWiptotuliip* 

1 1 AM itUlned the junior 

t 3 4M ‘‘*'**'*‘* diidf’m h> eitmiriAttnf hi 
• MO etciting five- 

Kittiir final. 



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ftelltnghAoi 

VAneouver .......... 

SeAttlr ...... 

PArlland ...... 

TAcoma ... 



Snead Sliools Par-Smasliinw 6 
To l.ead Texas Open By Sirok 



Samis Helains 
Sliiitlle drown 



CHICAGO. Peb 7 .4'. UlUi 

Lloyd Mangrum. «ho aluniped la^ 
'ear AltT mtrmiiiK ti i* lOtfi Uni'-f-i 

HlAles u eAlllitUlg m fcunt 

the profe.-sai««nal lulfUiK hngaiP 
after the fir« month of 104#i coni 
petition wtlh eamiiiga of $.*> 7SS 
In IS round* of pl*y. Profe*-uono 
nolfer.*’ A-vi^f ia»l«ni •iJiM^Urs -•hove 
MangTiim aUt' \f mw in fkiU woh 
.ill AM.r-itp nl 8«68 Riroko* A munii 
wlilih gave him 14 i3 every time h< 
tapped the bAll lai* moiiUi 
Runner-up to Mangrum u Souili 
Afrit A * Bobby Licke with UOS.> 
and A ®P 18 avrfAge fni the *Bme ftvf 
t;.. ti AngelM Or«en. Btna 
Cr::‘l.v Pr -Anu.*? ir Rlehmontl 
• ’’’ Op^n, Pi'oenl* Open and Ttirvou 
open 

li a Ben H' tan 1W7 leai.^r *' thi 



Dtiiiean Mun 
I 7-l*oiiml .'^Icrllicatl 

A CAICH that ttvany real 
AiigterA have a 1»A3* 
wlalied they could duplicAie 
wa* ULAde by BradahAW Hatti- 
Aon of DuiicAX) iaat aeek. 
ACrurdUig to Buck) Kctuiett of 
Burky'a Sparta an<7p. OuncAii 
Pumitg juat below the w lute 
Bridge over the U’<akliAn 
River. Hamaott caught a 17- 
pound atoeUiead uaing otily a 
*U-pound t«*t line And fwe- 
OLUive rod TTte rod wa* 
equipped Aiih an Alt** Nu 3 
reel and lure ueed aae a 
Oe\un mituv'A. Th* catch 
lopped the lut dufiiig guod 
fuMng week for ateelhead at 
the Up-t*land hAuni 



PORTLAND, Feb 7 -Port- 
.and Indiana opened a two-game 
Pacific Coaat Profesaional Basket- 
ball League aeries with Vancouver 
here tonight by edging the Horneia 
83-58. 

A 22-puint exphwion in the third 
period, whtrh yanked them from be- 
hind A 38-37 half-time deficit and 
Kave them a 38-38 edgr going inUi 
rhe final quarter, sivelled victory 
for the home-townen 
Jark Goldsmith hit aeven long 
<ahota (0 lead the winner* wt*h 14 

Kenny 



SAN ANTONIO. Te*. Peb. 7 OP* MeU rolled home with a M to j 
-Slammln’ Sammy Snead, the ret-, make hU S«-hoIe toul I3'i i 

«eot man from Vlrglnu. rtpped, ji^^y oemaret aei the record at 
Brarkeru-ldge Parka aogfy three-! ^ 

plu* mUoa for a .ta-imder-par 65 63 in last year* Texas Open. ^llhUi 

UKlay to grab the lead by a auoke shooung dutance of the Iraden 
at the half-way mark of the 110.000 «pre Jim Perrier. Cary Middiecoff,' 
Trxa* Open Bobby Lr>(ke. A1 Smith. UUle-kn<<wri 

The Siam n i e r romped m fur a pn> ixun Winaioo, Salem. NC. and. 
36-hole toul 131 A* the field wa« Rurman vr>n Nida of Sydney, 
cut to the low 60 acurrra and lie* Auitralla. one of yrit- rciay i leitd- 
for tomorrow* 86-hnie finals rr* Eerh had 134 

Snead ■taved off a great round 

ay Dick who kaiuc within a^ij^ meihcpdlrai man *h>-wed he w.u 

atrr-ke of t: • ..-impeiltlve • ’*4^ the o^ie u> reaUy worry about with 
record over tlie 6.400-jArd lay-out exer^llenl 66 was making 

,tl)i«e piitu fall aa hr wiAheci. aluk- 



VANCOUVER Peb 7 CP — | 
J.ihnny Sami* of Vancouver. Domln- 
iiiii sineiaa ptlut. nrtAlnrd hla BrIUah 
Columbia oprn alngle* badminioD| 
■ :r,wn lontghf. d*feaimg Daryl 
II;;. ; Vrncouvri. 15*6, 15-1. 

In i— : ■ oprn doublea. wmiilngi 
nm* went lo city uUut Alan 
|r*rire, formerly of Keinwua. BC. 
• lid Keo M-redith. 1847 Oregon 
- s'e .-rnglR* champ, when they won 
a vhUii- over Sami* and J. Under- 
I n 4 15-11 

Mr*. Clare L.vtu. Vancouver, look 
ladle* open tingle* *vent. de- 
f : ’ing Mr* lean Bardaley, U*6. 



»iro>-n a*iT 

Vltlir Sj- 
ORi'-ke Trr» 

(ja* a.i'uit 

Brrti' rert r-i’ 
THtan A4<t- 

air 



iwjinta. while VAi>t;'<i>ei . 

Lawn topped the iwr* 

Bill Tatti held Vancouver* Norm 
Baker, league-'^^'iing leader, to a 
pair of field gnaU 
Scoring fnUow*. 



\ anc«»ttver^ftaker ft. Laww tA. Oa- 



Irrhaua li. rhapmao. Nleol 5.' 
White IS. Tryrm* 4 Warkanen t. 
taughao t. Total 59. 

f’nriUnd — Smith. .Andrraon 3. 

3nrgen«nci 13. Krrber 9. Taill 18. 
Lnvelare IE tlaldsmith 14. Total 
83 

orfictal* — Uuirk ond hwiatoa. 
KI-l.l.tNt.llAM 81, SEAlTl.r 74 
Neattle — Cllthertvon 17. W'ataen 15, 
Koliman IS. huraen*. nrlghtmao SS. 
I.eadi 5. Haltherp T. Total 74. 

nelhngham — Work I RUhnp SO 
Hava 21. Akin* 6. I»«rr 8 «i»ffnr* 3. 
Mju) 5 Patterson 18 Total 81 



•lATH aai » 

n»«»l l.> a: t« 1;'; 1 

IW>.*n Mr*' I *A 

Jtf 

Srl»;‘).rfl r<»'r t""'- 
•evrsTn **«*- 

Ml* Do-'*' »• *" »« •" ' 

x.e,« 1 »‘ 

v«'»* nr - - 

a-’»l*''*4 Oon-I lir i<« 0 

Rii.niH a*( I — 

0a>**n • I 'lorv 11* )>i 14 te 

1 Jiut A >>'r I ''I 

'JMBir John 



toacvuia lo r*a* ••lO** 

Win *•»• I* all Ika krai 



Hy III <;il n LI.I.KTOS. JR »«<> had to be included t • mak- up 

NEW YORK, r.,. 7 «■'» 

nlgner than 147 

Hall of Fame had been a dormant 

afTati until the 0«lf Writer*’ ^ v ■ ik | 7 | 

*oriaUon recently began a poll to (|i|K IkHV^ 
pick the golfer of tno year ^ ^ 

N.„rih.ii.«. * l)c Indians 

*ome year* tgo luted Bobby Jonee 

Walter Hagen. Cvy^e Sarten. Prancl? ii, j, ftercf iy*ct>nte**ed intermed- 
Oulmet, ClUc Evatu. Tommy Armour, AfTorer match ve'i'-rdav Oak 

M«. IRmim e»*r .M Jim B.™- M 

• “.ghl golfer* wi '1 belonged umong 

gnifa^immortala.-* . . . Hie pro}- •» 8' scored by Jolumy Rice 
eft b about to be revived and *U minuteK from »lme 



Va* aarl*** laaalaltaa 

TaaH rinO M k««i M k*a« 



NEW YORK Pel} 7 fA» Bolaler- 
oiu li'ula N'*m»an *Bobo> New.MVfn. 
alter 30 mlltcltlng year- In iirganlred 
bAMball during which he tolled for 
23 different b« '••. ’t ^ un- 

renployrd todu). 

The veteran righfhanded pitcher, 
who tn the eourae of hU many , 
'. ravel* once eouaed a club to p*y 
150 000 for hla aervirej. haa been 
offered by New York Yankee* lo 
any team which want* him for the 
I price of one dollar. 

Actually the Yankee*, who ob- 
tained Newaom from Waehtnglon 
laat Summer lor tb* 110.000 waiver 
•price, have given the 38-year-old 
lOuUlver of baaehall hU unrontU- 
New»nm. however. U 



Due to a reported breakdown 
in Wire •erviee between Va »ro«- 
ver and HealUe laat otfhl. The 
ranadlaa Pre«a U«t night waa 
unable t« furnUh the reaulti *f 
the awlmming gala «t Aeatth be- 
tween Victoria Y.M.C.A. and the 
Waahlngton Athletic Clob. 



rose. EXTINCT 
The anceator of the elephant, the 
rnammoih, was much larger than 
hi* m'Klern counterpart and was 
covered with long hair 



• ict t alifti'i't III i'e 

OCTIC I e*Ne«iiial fctr life inH 

* e*«v d'l'injf anH five 

Joiikir- life u> tour car 

aoH tiie* 

limp in an<1 h;»'.e a theck ol N"ur cai 
now Ynu will Le Mir|'H ?;} at tnir 
• I'ceclv and elfincnt lervire 

“No Job Too UftfE* Too Small" 
All Jobf Guaranteed a* Eatimated 



AFTFRM ATII OF W AR 

According to a Br'.tlAh survey 
there are 5.000.000 meihr toru of 
rernnvertlbl* acrap metal* mi old 
r-*tftefleld^ of EiUT'pe 



PSORIASIS 

utu uvman's "DRESS-ZEST" 



tional rtleaae. 
a ten-year nun In the major*, and 
under baaeball law. waiver* muat 
first be asked on ail aurh players. 

Should a club de«lrc hi* *«rvlcc«. 
It U obliged to hand 



OF 

COURSE 



MOONEn AUTO BODY SHOP 



F-N nST? 



over one 
diiliar tn make the transaction legal 
Newsom, aa a ten-year-man. ha* 
the right to refuse to Join the 
rlalming club He Uien become* a 
free agent. 

Manager Bitrky HarrU of the 



Any divu of r’H recall* the 
time when Bobby Jones and Byron 
Nelson were playing prarUce n»unO 
i-.n the celebrated August* Nation*: 
Couf e They came up t. 

•he I5«h h-jle where Oene fiarxei 
double eaale" d»ir- 



made In* #rc»i 

irrW ing the Mazier*' tournameni 
‘ In Melaon tlamnied mit a terrific drive 
fine Then he took hli brwael* and wal- 
loped a great shot to the green 
a* he watched »he b*H 
near the cup Fvcofi rer 
H' -ih'' how would riMi fe* 

...ii tried to fade a l >e 

Jonefc. Hte •g'af'rt 
champlmi of eome vear* ago 
simply aWBV with a disgusted ges 



trlbiiU, 



"Newaom did a girgt )ob for me 
when 1 needed him moM Hanu 
enid 

• HuWe\ei 1 have dot :-!-d t" givr 
atvrrai pr(<ntu>ing )nii'<a-x* a 



turned 



A^rstihmur bead and •**. Ifynufuic 
tign* of dryness or loos* ugly dan 
dfulT you nc«d WlWroot Crwam-Ol 
Hale Tonto. Keeps your ball 

5 roomed all day. Relieres aanoyiog 
rynCBV Remntae looe*. ugly dan 
dr^. C4vnuint no alcohol or gummt 
grvasa. Made vriib LANOLIN, • favor 
ite ptwarripeioa ingradieoi. C»«( • 
bonle today at your druggist, ooly 59c 
y*a/»il— /^iweaw eOMegeeiaf* 

MADE WHH LANOLIN 



(lanrrl ^orkinc Ber 

Tlie working bae on the elub- 
house at Odldstream arheduled for 
today by the Victoria FUh and 
name PratecUve Aaanciatlon has 
been carveeied, » was reporled yes- 
Weather eon- 



SIROIL 



FOR SALE AT ALL 
DRUG STORES 



urday by Rav Seri 
ditinna made u unlikely that mem- 
bara could begin work rm pouring 
of eonrrete. Seri stated 



Wrt.WH TRIM RrOTft 
CARDIFF, Feb. 7 <Heuier»* 
Wale* beat Scotland 14-0 In a Rugby 
Unkm tntematlonal match today 



Run m around 8 
ony morning 



I V ^ 9q|l 
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Combination the World Over 



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Most reasoTToble 
prices in Victono 



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UNDERWEAR ' 



# Mon, for tho boot-kvokinc 8hgvvt. th« qulckoat 
■nd aosieat cnorvey tain buy. use tho Oillctto 

fcriFT’* . 

T’.jgy Tit g gj gt ^; g.v«} jcji^cct 7®*g-?eca»'».V4.j4fcw 

•nenfort oruaH by nuaftt bUkWo Oilletto 
dcaihU gif go meona ikwthio ccorvnmy. tan. 



ft - u i 8 

%tork of thi* fimmi' sit wool 
tin44*fwr;tr for mrn 'I'wropirie 
anife of ahirl* 8n»! clrawer* 

8lr • ilhleiif liivUrvesf* gprl 



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In *rri.>ua ^^«avcr lua- 

•lh pr.?“*^ U. <hr ruia iMJtJU. 
cv a mi'Un» t o* a j»r«*n ai 
rar: V: up ar * »»* Inuur- 

9tr:\ , ..iM.-;. tis *■- BruilvlUy- 

’vrr <'p;' !‘'r ^r- tsm* fall 

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(•«.r IM* > t tU t41. 

Baii»r«ta4*ra • in thm 



dale. Alli«alor Steal Shmv 
1 Pair of Rujrired Villains 



nutitiiif{ liicr«*a'*4‘R 
In Pupularily 

\\ AeKINOTON Peb 7 4/P 
«> -Mure AmrrlcAua than 
t?er before went huoUn« dur- 
Inc tbr iMt (U«'At year, a Oov - 
errunem repon aaid today. 

The Plan and Wildlife Serr* 
ice aald a toui uf 12.0M.7ft3 
penooa bouclit bunt In c 
Urmcea durinf the year, 
which ended June 30. 1047. 

They paid I28.SM.447 for the 



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av*f4« rrrai'a** J noi»B« 143 A Barr . . ._ ... 

•i« 41.4 B Honrere. <13 c Ho‘4»r »*r Mr TYusdale — khTBO to his InU" 
I J^i'vr*. taa bar.dtrap tl 7 aimr 'oUi* 

tat 41) ttiS': :4 malu aa ’^uuchie for reaaoiu 

re a T«i*iraab*-H Bular m D .. 

Tuc. 173 I. i.rr*< 40 i> MmMi J »hlch C'capr the e)e «aa htfinan 

Wa-t.t MS r.aj.ai»»p to iaa> UKaU , ^ , ...... .. . , 

:.st: 1 it3. m i '.si oX the huur at the Ba.v bireel Ami- 

cra rt.<«i«»o* van t»* oury laai tught *hen Pi>.-muicr 

abavauan laaMr H uacitT 433 R RoLKy Broolu presented hu third 
4 * " H Mria*I^“'aat^haiaiAV wreaUUii ahow of the sea-‘n aplced 
’ ]‘J L***'#.- by the appearance of the atorefratd 
a>a> 4 »i H o.ar«. 4 t< c aiawat.; MS Mr Tniadaie and tu* pet all>rator. 



easy fitr Man tn e>rape the du 
interested paaee* i>f Iteaat an>i Uit 
lenen ua crowd cave forth with a 
Cener< UA mund :>! applauee 
Not only did la.^t mcht* 
pr<*vs. the luper -jrr.;. of man over 
beast, but aub- nf brain over brawn 
Riwe zho aeetninely " lan’l |Ol a 
fnend In the «‘*r>d. d"inc 



mriit 



UINLXIN. Keb 7 'Heu'.«n> A { 

an.rMtii Blackp*>ul aquad defeated '•r.riaiB M-' 
Oiii heater. &- 0 . today, forcinc aMfsn^it <ir 
first iion'lraRur team to reach the *“** 4 „j|^*,'I* 3 
f’y'tball t'up round of 1ft In 37 years aum Ain.rur 
oui of the cumpeilUon ^ *• 

It «aa not the best guir.e '>f the b«h ptit a. at 
f.. ' rup tnalchca played oef ire V 



AK< AOI. AU.I \ ft 

CITY alMuK 1*4ins ISAOIf 

Dail> (•4*at*i !--spte(e«. Ml 

Ala 4 • A Ai..;r. . . 4!il H Ua-.: 
*43 ' Sieai*. M4 aaaic '.oiali, 434, 



ag|t'»-. ! 1'Hft PaJfcf . Ut A lAi'-'t 
tiiOSf I p. 'M-. ar-- aL;t reiUhea 
the TlUam .•■•le fouful *he ci’ni;*et!» 

(tun U»i TI'..’ cu;'.- rm:-.«= >'1 

ii}»ii.ii'.i> pffe! he ■'■•••d l>een di 

fi- • frti rouiih la ’I'.' ii.e bi'U*. 



Af'aAet A e«lt*r 
£i Ua:-..:.. 11. 

HI aaaa 

Ana'Iei ae* uiie* 



4U W Hmmm 471 
J Uuti.B. MS .ga 
•41 Ml M» SJ7S 



asicm <>(> gun* 



Mual.vMupi, 1 . aaa a. nuuncro He 
drive' a Iuhr car aim rtaifo inr lus 
friend from ihe Florida Evervlades 
and coinpir'e with Mis^‘>url liceiire 

platea 

Tuughte anti Arthur acre the 
central Hsurca last night >*eipitr 
•Ufl competition frvni ’TieDilrmai. 
T iny Kuaa and Tarzan Potvin, iwu 
rugged indlvlduaU a ho pro>e be 
y'md doubt tliai vaudeville is far 
from being dead 

After flUmg In for Nick H'lrris m 
(he opening bout against Vic Bhort 
WASmsOTON, Frb 7 •JP' Wllh and gelOiig pinned f'T his lf^lJbie;. 
a wary eye on ftu.A*la. a House sub* Tru.^ale proved to the lalh.facuon 
committee urged today that the of a packed hou>e that man u fu* 
United 811(4- build up the Iranian perior to beast by •■■if'nani :g hi- 
armv and obtain atr aupremaev tn rather legarthti )>ri at every tun 
the Mrdl'emnean and Near East, and skippir>g out of the ring none 
The recommendations arete part the worse toy hti exjienenct'. 
of a report bv Rep* Bolton and Polloalng R.=- ;uMiftable whip 
Merruw. members of the House 
Foreign Affairs Committee They 

toured the areas U*t FsU ^ lor the appeara"-* • ■ 

■ Russia A -paramount a-m. theyArUmi He wa* . -lemon* «u 4 lt cr- 



Uo'*«'ar 1 rWOO Lai.a/t 1 
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U .'*<. 4 Fart 4 Va.i I 

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uplneariv **> wu 
4 «. imp 



BmmunUloii, clothing and 
other auppllea. 



j.llghtfy-bald opp-'Menl came 
with a gT»al bit .'f thinking 



faiMraa taMSer T Alni.tr *Sd K 

fftr.ctri; <34 J Bold. <34 A UeLeai. 
134 U Latfri:*!: S:r n* .-iirav. 44 tatar 

] 9I« I r.^4 I m 

Hhasratk* H Tr .mt !4t 1. T»«l; 

ITS 0 Cartinr* 441 J Fere «M P - 
aldtuD MS T H-.’^-Mranf 3»4 i tad>raa 
SI taro* Ivla.i 114 H4 747 1 444 

Camtran LtuoMr aua («•. 



WilMEHS TtNFI.«4 LfAUIC 
BarU Aadrvwt N B'.ri.v 3v4 J II>b- 
brtd IVT r Caidtr. I7« B Wil.la»4. M« 
J Bam*. 4F7 bandkap aiinM Si aaic* 
4»tal». lit. 7M isa— S.MS 
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MS R Mtrrt' 443 V BnUa. 444 A 
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GIGANTIC MEN'S WEAR SALE 



BmluK A.ftMo s lUita lUiara 4 
f M.LiaH If 41.1 K 
fiMI Oitlaiaa 

Biji'-T. Wandfirrt I L;*;. " a 

C.'’-s.40r Ta«r. S. Blarkc-;'o H'iitri 3 
BUS# I .If a Ataar.al • 

WM.'f'..; . 7'.tr!jr.«r4 3 Ruddni 

{laid TgPa 1. 

Prraad Dititiaa 

BitiUtvrd I Wtal Mr. iPiclt Al^.aa I. 
Miilvall I bantatur Roteri • 
FlFsouvh Siailt I t atdiri o«r • 
•httf'Hd Wrdnaaca? A. RriAiard 1 



M heater I’niird in fifth place 

a. '• regular 'ague . -mlinga 

OMier >up ami.rrs. advancing to' 
the mjvrUT-lKaiA influded Preston 
Nuth Fnd. Lh-ibjr County. (<uecn’A 
Paik Rji;|?rl, Southampton Town 
ai d Tottenham HoUpurs. 

But In the eighth game. Everton. 
U.e fav'uUea. were held to a 1-1 
tie by Second Divuiun Pulham, with 
ps'ra-Urtic play The game irlll be 
re I'layed. 

Seventy Uu/usand fari^ crowdeii 
TiUtefUMii H.'iUpura' field (or the 
fume agairiAt Luuiii Town- -the bi^^ 
gp.'i emwd of the day Toward the 
eml rif the flr»L half Ui* crowd In 
0’>e *er>|r)ii of the stand iweved 
violently and a fence nroke One 
•pe'iaior Was *enl lo h'BpUal 

*mly four tnatche* sere pla:,ed In 
tiie 4Jiglish I.esgue First Division 
a r mi«l teams were In cup gaoics 
Arsenal were held to a srnrrleas tie 
b> lowly 8u-se Ciiy, bill the only 
•ifect In the aiandliigs was ic m- 
errve the AraenaJ edge ever Bum- 
lev froiii (he to su points 

.None the five Becrjnd Division 
R aichAs affected the league leader- 
ship and tht same situation pre- 
vsiied in the Third Oivlskm's two 

•e> 'loits. 



Continues . . « Bigger Bargains Than 
Ever Before! Buy Now and Save! 
Always Better Values at Your 
Favorite Men's Wear Shop! 



n«ai<a(M VImI Walktl A A .act. 147. 
K Kail. 4 • V 1 «M s MaJiaid 

i;i u 174 i.ai.'iittp. 133. saisr 

lulau. SM Its 3.176 

LmmbU.|!->': Mrav Mar*rt •<» lav. 



Tapprr fala B Lainaoi. 4:4, F Trtti 
tu 4>0 B Bara*! 433. F Rcr >7$ M 
WkUA. 4M baadutp. 134. game totaU. 
7M 744. T3W 3 3M 

Raailalaa Mtal Mark*4 K BCaa 44) U 
BMMertb. 447 U UrBtrvet *44 J VaaA 
*rr*M 443 F Npbha. 407 handuap. mitiui 
tS tam* tMali 401. Ml 3t3. 3 341. 

OpaJdlan Meat Mar«*t *on t«e 



Crepe-Soled Oxfords 

Ftlirf aaalU> »>ll ceattiartv*'' Vte«ra«ta 
• irtc •%« leAthtr aape>4 Iteav) iraaiar raeib 
■ irat faaaei m>*« tad a*el* a>i»» ■ 4a II 

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A.deraAul I. Watfers ] 

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Heal Lc • 

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lp«wRh loan J. B»:. -! Ci'r U 
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403 bandlcap. 34 
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Jabaataa’a Falatara It Jii.n.iai. |M 
>■ Jai.ra 344 b 414 W 

tteiarl.ar 111 H K-'“- 4M liandtrav 344 
game Iv'a't It) 334 374 3 373 
fa«4m L Wairani IM R 3Wrn.*n 
MS L T>.nma« 3*0 J FaltaraPi-. tV. F 
hbaa IS* J Bira-.ion 314 handicap. 103. 
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lan.e latau MO 



"kO Flannelette Pyjamas 



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To-t'jar Uai'rd A Fvx Vila 4 
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Jumbo Sweater Coats 

V4 mI kai abaa> rail*; aula R>«'k a 
na<> Mtr* 4* la 44 Sala arira 

$i.% Broadcloth Pyjamas 

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^ Wool Plaid Jackets 



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DTBIB MATl HI * 

Aa’ir.. Viljg ^ N«ncaa'.Ia vg lad 4 
Boruirt 4. t^a'7i Ccilidd 4 
Chaatarriald 3 Bberiuld UalUd t 
CrMiti Faigca 1. H'ltllniham Fdraii 4 
Fnrtaipggib I BlmiAsbsib Ql* i. 
Bobdarlaad 4 Barn>>a 1 
AMATXIB I*nrR.<«4TIOk4l MATlW 

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By JOHN LARDNEK 
NEW YtiKK. Feb. 7 Mr Ford 



Olid round cup mw'.ches Highest 
O'- >rp i>f the dsy was the eigm gosU 
d«..'fd by yurcii* Park in thilr 
match agaliut Deveron Vale. wlx. 
act.rFd only iwlc*. 



bwir* Nwttonal Ireague. it probablv 
acrusiomed bv now I-': the wuiful 
iiM.t* that sx* thtuwn in hia dUec- 
il<m by criiBin big league executives 
whenever they see him, Tlw tpeUng 
amc/iig the>f tell iwr is There, but 
fur ihp (wLi that we gut ourselves 
^angln; up lu IHb with w United 
siai«-; r.->^n>oT from K'liiucky, gt>e\ 
our b.uei,ftU i-nmmiMiMiirr 

It uo secret Ui«t there wad 
atroiig. unorgdiilaed support ft>r Mr 
Frick fur • c>mml**ioner after Judge 
tandu died It Is na secret that 
Frlrg t/>riay 'j the strongest liberal 
foi'-e In the game, Uie imtural 
i.ulaiki- afc~...l Happy Chandler.' 

-Ublvy poUc) uf I-dutuui-whal- 
fhe-lww-ii-bur-I-am-Uie-law 
HAIH rOK KUniN.NO.N 
It was Mr FiKk. in a guirk. aharp 
siwlenieiii a year ag.i. who throttled 



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BrUgat rsTTr » • *-ai 

U'iiiiirrt I. Ardi 
Uftllald 3. Dd'ij t <3 4 



Ut r\ll.f*1> RERl LTB 
I.ONDON, Feb 7 Reutert -Re 
aulu of MKCfr game.* played hKia; 
In th« United Kingdom 

FUBIWAIJ *4glHI4TIOH tn r 
tlllg Band Mairkaa 

Blgrgpng) 4 , i .;-) aal«r Pniidd 4 
^ilbiTi I. XTari.M. I 'aitrg Um4< 
WgnrhvMrr Ci'ir g. Fration Rorih Xnd 1 
Uindhtun UniUd 3, Chgr.idp Aih- 

1*1 Id * 

Uoidittbr .fb 1. Iidfbit CpuolT t 



erm 



, handling ihe ulks. SAN JOSE Ccwia Rica. F. b 7 ilP ear; 

INHISTS O.N Rri.ING M'-r« I'V’OOO Oofl'a Rlraav ' 

It was Mr. F C. Fnca wh-. tn partirlpwle h-mor- , 

; pointed out, pnJUely but (Irmly, that ^ the elecllnn gf a new pre.l- 

reluatwtement was iomethlng ,|,,i Si congressmen. and in the I 

u J u .».* A tense atmoaphrre prevailed In ... .. . 

An,rrviu. country u 
’■ " ‘ 'hr time f-r the bnllotm, tire. 

^ net seten hundreti poller were u- 'run nnd ' 

j The rule suspending ti;^-- signed li'- maintain order Many of the ne«i tl 
^ players (or f**" years we.* written them sir guarding bridge* and high* and IM7 w i 
I Into the book Mid Mr Frlrk "it leading to Ban Jose Ic- prevent Tia* made 1 

I ta still there In the bemk. good and demonstrators Trom the c*'untry*uie IS lo 20 per 
Might I dont see how those players from entering the capiui. BulleU ounce -ihe 
lean be pardoned now eicept by, are selling on the black market for one and a half times the price of 
vote of the leari^ • executise coun- 4S cents each 
,***' Seven randidate* are In the run' 

Frick did iV3l say he wa* for or ning to auerred Terd»)ro Picado 
against reinstatement. Naturally he preeident alnce IM4 
would be acnipuloualy careful to 

hold iils peace on that point until x g /• j ^ 

he had thought it out and was readv / 
to vote. He Juai told what the rule ' 

In the book was That U In the Mglglit 

nature of a kind deed, for the com xFflFlw .vff/fir 
mUaionar has frequently shown that , , . a | a v • i 

the book 14 a mystery to him Very Sf/f/> /l \* 

Ukely he look It down from the shelf ^ ^ 

I and read It when Mr Frtck supplied 
the tip 

The question nf reinstating the 
.Afeairan Jumping beans Is a lough 
one Anyone who look a stand 
against It, Including Mr. Frick, would 
I be in for a batUe. Look at the thing, 
for Instance, from the point of view 
|Of Robert Hannegan. the eminent 
■tamp salesman who now runs the 
'8t. Louts Cardinals 
LANirfl IMPORTANT 
The Cardinal stake in Uie Mexi- 
can deal is a big one It could easily ' 
oiaan the difference between a pen- 
nant for St Louis Lhu year and no 
dry goods whatever^-aa.v, third or 
fourth place Two years ago Max 
Lanier was the best pitcher In the 
National League 



was comparaUvrly 



National 

SERVI-CYCLE! 



na*T BACK- 
T-tal Vtrl«r7 I 

T.«agollr« 

F-»« ting 

" 'ttahaS VghJi',* I>g'a 
Ce-.n* CBgt. Oer<* • Ma'» I 



the mutiny ag 



Js'-kle Robin 



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tmwn BAIT 

F X' r*at:ta 14 

MplJah 
■ rriig 0nv0rr 

Fot aril BAi'B — 

« .nrtivgfi 113 

R ear L«na 

Oi*«n Hg'rrn 
riFTR WA(S- 
Td* W’lm 14 

F" s .ilaiit 

Cgxng Let* 

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MVTR aACX— 

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Hr rMioionS 
Uandai Mar 

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Rial PI'g 

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Ratbag 

HrrgUhvd RgegO'irk 

OtfFMC.HT KNTRIfft 



• 19 YATES ST 



Amateurs Receiving 

r 

^o! to Be Blamedg Pi 



PHONE 

GAR Taylor 



He has worked 
regularly tlnre then, and there is no 
reason to think that he has gone 
back muc^ at the age of thirty-two ' 
Freddie Martin, hit fellow hurdler 
of the Rlu Orande, was the beat 
right-handed prospect on the Car- 
dinal staff at the time he Jumped 
Pitching like that make* pennants 
Whatever dsclakm L* made 
though. It will have to be made by 
the book: unlesa the commlaalnner 
can get the book burned, which is 
always the favorite policy of non- 
readers 



Ftagr RMT- ; 
I c,»sr TVs 
0>e>dr Jgmet 
NnrthbMTVd 
F»>n«*«l 
*'«r)fh 
Fnrteiae 
Cams BP'ir 
U"<* Xengoia 
•rroMi asra 
tire* a Marvtr 



:tj Roialu 114 

il4- ! tMoWK lit 1 1 

)3 R>k;i'e nawagl 147 . , 

S3 Wap’ IM 

Its w-Mb's rbP'f* 114 I 

IS7 lievu 4 Uva1« 114 1 

lit Watiauw 14S I 

MU Bra b 1*1 I I 

-Vli,a god ana-«U1«ar>ih | 
lit Orgra A 111 

IS7 V'^i'a Vpiat lit 

ISI Rhipa Fm* 143 

1 14 Orgre F-igrn *47 , 

tts Utaa Tppat 1S3| 

114 W'Mia J 113 

lig ('em tvae«ar 114 1 

114 FpWF Fer IN ' 

THlan a.ACT— 4J larler mr« > 

Ve.,ia<<r 114 Hrtt'>4lUi 114 1 

I*') T>a<PW i>4 Re» lit 

Vrtat Sharria lit OiiS Regf 1>*. 

I'*:;* B m Balvoii** U« 

iinataT'a US Fti'I'xar tit, 

Ni’ianin ll* ragctrtil OenI* 1*<l 

rt'«l IaS 111 Rgr*n O'gtt 114 , 

r- l.aM'a III Repna44>,.n 111 

FiMWTn airx — eit f>n:..na4 
lAdf R' aaneila IS4 Fata U 114 I 

FaNHit* Mat 111 Trara 141 

rwar. . War III tnvarmark Oir< lisl 

TVgetfal 147 OEgg ■ IM 

T,>r^» (I tit lattar V m, 

Fa:f*ii» II* D<vae* 1 It* 

Ka-I* Heat I'S Oan'a a Wa'a lit 

FIFTH BA4T— *« 

rwiarah ill FillV Wnet 114, 

S Aea'a II* lAirkr Fair ll<i| 

rpur-a BvBWf 113 Hang Sailer 111 

iaa>- Csrpt MS Firiat '--nnia lit 

Ml 1'r lit nt Far.gr tit 

OM*rn J4*f 1*3 ftiiparPe* 114 

»»« F- grraa • 111 WlfiB»b*4« 111 

F ■ . *• MS 

4IX3H BACt— MUa ggtf «na iiKpanUl 
Tm' Wpali IIS Har <'M\lg 14' 

axMffvt 14* B'g T IM 

Ja'aM'ag 1*7 •Rnrkeee* Lew 111 

>F-anl Wanna 131 Oeela Waa 111 

Qn(« BtWAsai IM *Bntrv 

«ivr*rrH BA<f-wit hirfwwg 
W-nail Blurt IS* L*tlW»r M* 

n«i- Ttukla IM R}>ii<’klr<a 19* 

W t VOa IIS Bagman a Fel lit 

Frlila'' lM4 IM Ansra au IM 

Oran •- r.4 Waal Bnaes lit 

Feppa <la«ra* M3 4MervBa Miwrni It* 

Warai 1^*3 n 1*1 Onl W PB Craaa lit 



ducUon from a whale hunt now 
being carried on In the Antarctic 
The Swedish newapaper reports 
Ihst the new perfume plant, situated 
near the B'lfon ' death factory" at 
RarUkoga In the pine-clad, lake- 
dotted section of Western Sirrden, 
has been making Jasmine, lavender, 
eaaala. pine needi* and orange bios- 
, aom perfume* for the last two 



BARRETT ROOF 



RED, BLUE and GREEN 

Limited Quantity of Blue 
GUARANTEE IMMEDIATE APPLICATION 



h* doe* In sport, rattier than iei, 
aom* gragping promoter gel awny; 
with the golden egg " ) 

Mr Mathura said the Canadian 
Amateur Horkry Association al- 
ready has admitled that some 2JIOO 
player* among Canada's 40 000 
hockey amateurs ar« being paid. 

At the same time, the A A U. of 
|C. head said the knockers nf ama- 
teur sport arc only engaging in an 
' exhibition of plain stupidity. 
Degptte thoMe who “delight tnlam- 
baAtmg ths amateurs" and ma- 
I Uctoualy 



WE ALSO HAVE "STORMTITE 
WINDPROOP SHINGLES 



a* hockey, llvere ar* far greater 
numbers “playing frir the fun of the 
game ■ 

Mr Marhum said he U not "antl- 
profewinnal . protetaional sport, 
"has contributed much to the sup- 
port of the under-privHeged ama- 
teuri ' 

But for Ihe sake of thowe who 
give their Umr without remunera- 
tion In developing and encouraging 
\maieur sport, he thought ths Im 
preaslon that amateurism Is dead 
I aliould be dlmlpated once and for all 



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repeat pairol-Uke that 
amateur sport Is a thing of the past 
th« CAK.A Is “on the up-twlng 
*v«rywher* acroaa Canada * 



1947 "1948 



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By JANE DIXON 

COPYRIGHT IMO BY JAHl DIXOH 



‘ > fhr MKl. "UiAric you I 

be biay Ihu e^cniof every even- 

"The IU\cr bm. cuced lor iu 
rtiuine And the rxcluflvciirAs of lU 
pctrune All the yount blubd* 
heresbouU drive their Juhru U) the 



CHAPTER IV -CuQUiiued 
**You Aak me U) «hatlc myeell oJT 
but It won i do any g'od bereuer 
the anewcT la tlui I m nnt lemn« 
the heartheMt of my life pe.se on 
*ith • nod. Im not eurh a bad 
feijt.w witen you iet to know me 



1 h-rr iD<j you feel youTaell ucacrninc 



when 1 ' ’ , i ly iiiekf *fi>m 
a nlre dlepoaUion. i m kind to my 
mother and to lll'le rhlidreti. I 
never kirk a do«r. a bnfht future la 
predicted for me by my employer 
and I think you rt « awe«-i atich of 
atriped randy with a ribbon b>>w on 
It Now will you take off your 
cellopliane and lei me drive you In 
tfie Huer Inn thLi evenlnf for a 
pla’e of chowder'’ " 

Matllyo •■iwii/k ner head. It waa 
hard lo be aevcfr w.ih auth a pei- 
•I 'ent. «ueh a jovial yuunc man 



"Nil Im atrii'iier A1 you nmai »ha aald 

believe me You oon I under- her moth 

kUnd •• rtalminr 

'*Coi&r come, H U Taint poUle Yurk in 
to tell folka they ra aiuptd. 1 under- AJ 

atand you're un a *p<>t. but there a had to le 
no rrakon why you ahouUl ani h<>r rwuKiit i 
on It. 1 ve promlAed myaelt I d keep K''h«k to 
ile.tr of -wtyil la noj»e of my bual- 
nev. -but when ‘hingi ye* thick *dd a we 
what conrerru you la my bUAineaa *he pape 
No River liuj’ " "Whad 

"No River Inn" for?' Bil 

•*Then III have In think up aome hil of tm 

more inirl«uinf plare to invUe you “To f 
Uimnrrcw ' dropped 

The dark vouhf iTdtit wiio had her cofle 
played »iki)iflraji< a part in the ha*'*'’ of 
Uvea of the Marvhe*. apx>earins out 
of the nowhere and IhruaUnit them “t*ee. t 
intfi the timehcht. gate prnmUe of;*** 
beriotnmf dlfBcult. .MarUyii h f*. fourth pi 



Kir KlKli\ 



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HAIJ0LIN6 AU. 

V fc<D. STAOLOOf'S 

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'■CUVE MOTAGHChC 
OP rviipfiKCs That 
The CTAi;uXkS 
L rv'EN /WC £- A J 

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M OlON'T 

B. rs ON That 
BATT, DGfii - 



ITOLD'Cl 
urs cxn .'c 

V. TWW/ 



ir y»tt hav* Ucbir.i »r 

a''«tntkirif PUm itoi. i •!>>•? kay 

v'lMMi lO'^l Cktaviaik. la IV MitauiM. 
CltMraM Mart* ei'a>>c p-.ir EtJ** m I 
• *;• I OeotiiM caia aait ivcl.l; f 3 tItttM 

S irtni iar> luaw** 1 ff^iM >m*I 

ritaiHl M*aibr*fv«t Unnay ba#( unUaa 
row A*a you di>icri*'. 

far CktaaraM lodar. 



ay af‘;.r inmor* 
'« the nine into 
» V"iii( alone 
irarige feelini feel- 
r u> the rity a 

bten pfnpir ahfa 

■I* ahe • -lever doi;- 



UUIlg 



.Marilyn v 



<i?';WASPHALT 
^ TILE 
FLOORS 



APENT 

YOU 



I WAS JU6T I 
• WACMiNjG MV ■ V 
S DC Of THE B£0 
SA*!TH MV ELtCTOC ' 
, HAiR DC?ER 



Tl.e cay Clara H-lt l--- . ,v Ynr« 

.Man; Ml • iJirque for a *_*.. u;and dol- 
lar*. (he Clarco award, waa de 
Uvered to her 

Bcaicely had the reverberauona 
•r>f the Q_. .. of Beauty a gaudy de- 
parture died (town when workmen 
appeared on ‘he roof of the grey 
heti- r 'Titer- vaa a rain of brtAen 



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AT THIS! LOW 
PRIC£S 



r iniE and untn dark the figure of 



Mr Marsh 



lASY TO KtIP CLEAN • STRIKING DESIGNS 
IIAUTIFUL COLORS • LONG WEARING 



\ Ml erw H*«> a*» tr M( 

• • -\A> I » 0 # 

DINNER M0-: tr 

' - VN iN MODI' '»Jf. ‘ ML *ii-- 
•• f ACu St V WALK ( auk 
A kO .'i. ONhSlt • 



If vnij OdUiiai l;-_f Jii.ik-? vhouJd 

lie had told Marilyn, 

belter let j... try p i ufcfd to be 
right wj!J: tij-: bruah done 

a lot of painui'g lu niy iimr 
' Dm a Who!.; huuA-. Uad. do y>< 
hipk j. ti : ru!U (luiia-ir it .'" 

‘I rttn. L s .. »)jy tint If I Uioa 
iny time. The p.-.;: down the 

atree: will lend rr^ a ladder. 1 could 
Work in my utt nine and i U 6» 
1 giMid jrtb too What do you aav 



' PO -MlS. 

’-A- DliCRUT 

Mv otAr ■ 



• • . #(f c so Hf--, 
wCuil Vli 
*A*r A»r.-..l 
n *6 -'-iD gCA»>‘2^ 



OH' PARDCN 



Jelty'a giAjd for in 
Mr* Marah bat down I 
It had grown cold whil 
on the others 

"Here Mum., lei njr 
Marilyn aald. p»igrif., 
f«'ffee into her own tup 
her mother.- from tl 
porrelaln pot 
“ThankA babv. As > 
ing. Clare tl»e net oo« 
■^I'Uld be lovely on yoti 
milk. William, and ge' 
lhaia a good boy" 



Per f t f Tu« 

Black 

Mottled Black 
Browr. Rad. Orvee 
CrMRi. Blua 



Standard Htavy-Doty 
lae IB# 

lAe lAe 

I tie at»e 

iTtf lie 



INSTALLED IP DBSIRSD 



••• paint tt>e liKUee Hi 
fiuward ic I’, like Bill tu 



LUMBER YARD 



WMAT IS ff, SON?? 



* wt PCUNO *IM a/A S£A^hI 
AFTBR TWe STOftAV' HE OCTT 
■A PUMKSMUC, OUT ITS fi I" 

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HFAiOl w£ATH£S BuSZtMS 

THts IS jupe — ves.p 
Z J-u-P-E « r-— r 



I ; ' r >1 - - :: oe-r > ,■ ufjri 

Mariiyn aaid It a Itg umiertakioa 
W* would -r.ve quite a i-? nf 
-11 wa nerd to buy la tha paint 
r>ad. I.- A aboiii fhanftng the rnlnr: 
-* i’t'inf b-.. r;vr. mxie cheerful? 
'-' ^Jathl of Ivory. riiM off while- 



J AS tH 

PikS^ 

POUBV 



UKlCORX 



AN0*E*A5 
IN •BMfny- 



but wt'h tri" 
.'>>u think iv 



MEF?tOLIZED 

WiOv X C R C/>V AA 



M'# MarAh who had be 
me t.'. ‘he eiehaiige aald. 
be pre!!». but -•'•h a .i 
wouldn't hold up very well n ahi 
the wear and the grime A nlc=r bro 



fi Uaien- 
It Would 



More <n < I fuin ifnr to (.arry ff IhtmniY 



RANCiF FtiR ni.lSh 
BRIGHTON F.t,,: 
Ian rr-;"-; blind B 
-it parll-nir = ;i 
• •••■.1 a mimn»’;'- 
for blind terM-WnKii 

IS ■ *rdA long and > ‘ 
yef with a me ;ntrd I 



J6RF tsrr A ^ 
shovel* were 

XP<M TO WORK 
FOR THE 

ffl^CtTVI 4 



IM CLAD AuL ^ 
THIS SNOW CAME 
DOWN IN flakes 
INSTEAD OF ALL 
, AT ONCE' jJi 



SH 0 VELIN 6 SHOW 
iRSi.* J 



WOT TH • WHAT OO VA > 
BXP6CT TO DO WITH THAT 

little shovel? y 



WELL. GET 
■«%. ONE I , 



BUT I 
AIN'T 
GOT A 
SHOVEL.' 



membri 



DOIN Yvs 5^ 
WHAT?li» 



Aw' NOW 

Voo g 
BROKg ~ 

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Tlte range U 
a «f.*> Ur- 



VERV little 
SHOVEL lNG^ 



The WOMAN’S 

HOME COMPANION 



Hriffht yighl» 



tNLSR pajaaaas 

HAVE CUP(D Me OF 
WA4-KINO IN NSV 

slbbp, pop ,« 



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a«*n .i| Mr *| •! Ml» O F«*i.a JMo !*»••• •• 4'4kMtM4. FVFM’rN 

b*'i« Av# V.iaria, HC Tbo memag* •• COMIMO RSUSfB 

Ian* p.ai* 111 Vir'a#'* an Ptiosv ••* • ------ — — -- - - --- 

• I i Jai.'it'v 31 IMA •■ Iha h' me t Mumnu kUMCBBT AND DANC'B 

Ul* Pt'da* bir.:brr Mr. J*n<a« W Fa' .\ >4 Apnrti*. piptra artg amgau • 

*u'ie, jayy M»*«rav* Fi . uilh Rav J. L pf*Mi.l*d i»i sp* YttUiiio High.ai 

W MrLeaii <f>'riattng ■iauj*i Aa*vtiat.(.& ao Wadiitad*) Fa 

'/uaii 3a ». IK* l4<-*r i'rraiat Qard 

CjhM3Jk^:h-3YJT% a»g M/b iUbau .»«..• t1i~ - a«chim.a 1. 

K»*a Ahaa. >ga>. (.aa> S I •n...<i;;rF N#-i. U^vctbat 

the lUari.*** al ihr^i *id*< da<i(M»i p, gy M(Ma’'.l> 4 Inalbtr Uoooa 
Matiuii* J»mn |r> Wallaea <> Camri-m ' — ^ 

aanxi *ui. ul Mf and M«* Jamie \ VALBM IINB UANCB WIU. BB UBJ 
CaMfror |iai Bf David nireei -hirb •• •* u.a Oaruan Haag Cammunity Ha 



* NY FUiRAL UCliUNB ^t 1— tt pruta , . Waakhtf Foraeag* i Fraluda la Mtor.um i Oorat* Hoot I Neat 

4 ‘\ N B. Faltwca. Mil Duugiaa O 3313. •. t* I Pval-da U Midoigbi 1 Canrert Hour I MUV<' 

- -- iii-i* FraiuBa U M.Ji MB Caorert Rou* 1r»..i.-.*»a 

I Fralnda and Ne»a ' 



Nt«, I Ncuv I Magic nr.ur 

Frev'e- tofoorro- | lurfen’l*:# But Tru* , Mat"' Hnur 
MtifOpaUlAN Chair |< a'h"ii> Hour • !!“'** 

Maivopalltan Choi* Ca'bolir Rout Otrberi a 

Oorat* Hoar 1 Nea» 

Ddorert Hour I Mu«r I Preamlaod 

Caorart Rom lOnritiira j OraamlaPd 

Wa«a ' Hr-» * OffhaMfu 



I O'are Doiaan 

Urare Doiaan 

Rrrltal Hour 
RteiVB' R«uf 
Revival Hour 
Revive' yinur 
Hr rill Tomorr— 
WnrlA Tomorr— 
Otrheaira 
Neu* 



Chriet Chutrb 
Chrtat Church 
<*bn«i Church 

He— » — •” 

li ...1 ^ 

Warn* Ring 
Ravnt Ring 
N**« 

Hraiemoei Whe* 
Rernemoar Whan 
Heiremba* TTitaci 
l.ullabv taro 
tuliabi Laod 
Rign rjff 
Rign 0 <I 



\|CNI BFR iNO. BARIRR BCTTB 331 
rS.MALE Bbori C<mt*. a:3 Fanla III 3a 

_ _ , _ I Mali# In roantuf* iiak Ray Tailor, tlf.iA 

A LTRHATIONB. CHILDHBH'B CLOTIW'*'“7 Ra*_A«M.ue __ 

^ tufiain* and d'uoaa B IB]3 MAMMY mviHO BXFBJir 

a mAi-llCAl. muHLY Mavfair Cola 3011 

«\ omtlierxiad I'bOn* KOMI 



Uaei M« at Farly I J 

I Uabriai daaiier rr.MALE H 

Iriabrlal Hiailai _ _ , _ | 

In wli^ld* A ' 

RelMcu in Malodf ,„g g,gg„ B JB|1 

I Naa 1 I 

fhureh Btrviraa * PRAITICAI. Hl.’WK HMHLY RBC- 

^urrhSer^f- I v\ nmriiet.dad I'bot.* KOMI 

Churrb Sarvtca 

, n,„ 1VXFKRIBMCKU FLAIN COORINO AND 

fManWIlhaHarT Ia Hlh; hauaa-erk^ 

Wall* Bar— ad* I hay or Baquimall Fhtn* Oill* 

I Walla Rereoada _ , t vxrrRIRNCXIl Hr''l^lK19FBK Wlia. 

I N*— 1 I'u r«b( irmporaf' eharga of hum* 

W ThempMu I U 1337 

^n7p#*n»l«a9 ' r"*P«Kl»Hl-BD HOOBBRBIl'KH WUJ. 

' .44 laka leBpnrary rharga Pf Bom* 

ciaaaiea In Night i*i3J*d 

naMVa in Ni^l | |vu.*ki*hcBD CniLOB NtTHBB Wlix 
Cig t gJta in Night mtiid riilldian ai night Fetii.ObWJ 



t’vpjiar Mavtair Cata lOU 



J.BFBH.BNCRO F^IH 

lay M BauM^r VhtnC^O Si* *»**“|*n.i.*rt Adurem r*p..ra to 7U Ring. Id 

t v.nrav-scni Mr'.irRlRliriK WIU ! FRAMIJtti FlRB7 CL4kBB JOB 

I. vRpWfBSC^ Hr^'l^lRBiriH WIU., I Larta Moeb af mautdinga 

1 4 _*k« irmporaf' ehaiga « wiilupum » lao pnrt •>u**t 



It, I riHRItC trTBMOORAFHBR V BABINo'. 

• un *}| Raatina Cor>nd*r:Ual 0 3*13 



g Jai.'iarv 31 lau •■ Iha hitna of' * BcurUbU kURCBRT AND DANCB-- || WANTCD— MALE HELE 
bi'daa bir.ibrr Mr. Jaoia* W Fa' «\ >4 ganrei*. piptra arvd aitig*la a-^. 

a. 3*77 M'ltorav* Fi . ailh Rav J. L ptaAi.iad «»> SP* Vuiaito Htoh.anj. ■-i- 



114 WA.NTU>-rEMAU: HELP 



I 4V|IAX)0ATR fcrrb uiddi.b-aoxo 

Il7 BITL'ATIONS WANTED— MALE|17 6ITIATION8 WANTED— MALE < 3 g.gg, .;.u>f lUa auiiabla light ••■rk 

' . _ . . ! . - Bo* ISJk Colaraa’ 



1 *tTBtlr BT9.SOklKAFUI3k FROMPT 

•*■*!•* Haian C Jfaall Q IkM 

IkCBIJC FTBNOolTA'FnKRr'BMFRfRS 
1 H(.'ai n fl WV.IIS aaiti 



pL-v. wo.Vboit 

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V AfkOeWB OR LOTR PU3UOHRO. BACR-I a lTSRATIONB RBFAIKi 

• M.,i.g and ai'avaiing C C CgflMth. , .jiV -mm ra'*>nt dav nr « 



(y*«lbatut #»a"^ B«» 441 C'"-'-' . RT JIM- N'-fT 

•t MfM«--.1i a Laalbtr Oooii* ' / * AHOftrfN Wf aK* UAfRINll FOH T BAIL- NAIRDHBBBIHO OPBRaT'JRB, - ■ **** 

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.*■*."'* A LTENATIONB RBFAIKif FRAMINO 
' CgtlMib, ,^V Nivuaa ra'fiMf dav nr aontract Col 

’ >M.ia 33Y B 111* 

DO ANT , . 



*v|IAX) 0ATR FCRRB UIDDI.B - AOXO I ‘ Rr-'ef O R TYhlia Olltl B*o*M. 

1 * >«imrART 0 a 

'** Colajda i fN ntrraerv a'll apan at *31 Ml>h>aan 

jvRAOUATB NL’RBB WISHIEB RTTr A- 1 ffm *•'1 l« *>0 Flaaaa ph»-a 

77 I.F.' * 111 . aPuta ar (hildm. daoima l<4MU (at re*r'«al»»n UmiKd BUPltwr 



7 7 i.F.. villi ado'io or <hild»**- dat'ima I'*'!** re*r'»*i»..p LimiKd numfiar 

pTai--«f.« Hot 1133. Ciiiuftitl laka. 

r rr^iiRKKEiPtR (‘OBTfl'ii BMaU. RB ^F 1 *rrrLA FOCTT3AT701I OARkfXirTB - 



1> ' -POR ORRY PLANNBL FANTR 
aaa Oak Bay Tailor Ready to -aar 



A LL TTFlm^F COMl HITS. — w— a |fOURBKB*PtR ROBtft'"* B\lAU R* tfnHWLA FOCTT3AT70W OARkfRirTt - 
TTP»^ OF^^tXW^R^r^ BIWRRB I I Bpo,, ai.Io-ti *7 * fti»d*nl^ra«itra 

JOHN HrtT-FIIONB B 1041 iCmPlTarr*l ' OMAU, BHimCHT OF BKtF-A-ldiN<* 

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I C mtnra 77*1 

n ovsmXFiHii piMrrioN nv 

Frahla —liman OHB f*«im>labla 



Bi'giaid ai'd had raaiOad in ' 



vlM..Ma' (*r Vai.a “mirV.vrt .\ »»0 VAUfTfTfNB PROUC WRDNBB- ^AI.ICRMAH WAHTStt MAN w*Ti« , v^pfTlfViyiRrD TWO HOOMID BUtTX ' ^vpAjeictl RRPTIC TAff* HBRYICf 
b* i*a aivlar* a>Ki aave.al niaraa ii> ** **•' Feni'iary 11 a* Affida Ballraam , aM''o ti>‘l ei'e-g* la raaea* ard I a— n hathf— i. oHaiad — Uh iBiaii ^ ea'la. bcinpa —t v— r lank and ham* 
y,,i,^a .Tum*Mi:na. pom* Bi«-aM * r>!ii-T'in* Of *a|| piu'hi.aaded aar**.* h#»a «•*« -'.rk ,gi,r», fnr narl-tima heip to vaung Biifllah n •*•« Fh-na K 1191 

».>.,*>*< .rr.irae Ol" he 1..rj ii, «g. , , ii rhaaira and g- d ..>rmriM»an H.. romnaUHon (,v' v. . • b'j* mu'# F v* miiea frnm rite 

Brmn«ra Fw..tl P'i -r» nmo-i oi. W»d ! . noMre yvkbv •«* IM'IN* •'•’l "“'B'e "»■' amp.^mem j^*Tt-DtSO VITSRAN KratM WORK 

arvax ar>ar>.>a» ml i w *>.<..* tn>*r \ HBaL uLD-TudB DAHCB RVRRY ...^,0' prrviiari Hegrat na *• ermfnruiaUai' Ra'irdav al'»"'”>vf.i Flier* () 34M 

p»»i«i —III b* I Roval Oak Rii.iai (“a.k i ^ ' flaiufdky. y U'l 13 Laka Mill RaiL IIOOt.RvrYB. FAFBR CARHtBRB AHD.fQ^ rhi^drai. Fhima Cyrloatie IWB o» beinra 1 p m 

p> i.i -III p* . Royal oak Pu k j,,,,,, orrhaeua iOe Calf** > . '|,af beta aarn a*‘ra ! -nt 13ii (.l.ir.i.1 . 



UiAl.lCRMAH WAHTCtt 



H CnL-^i** iftu, jdjg Cam..-*. i Highly raroenmendad Ph-vn* OMIl ■ l/RICKWOBR ANY TYFB. CHIMNVTB L heuaakanper la elderly ganilaman o 

I - • * ai'd ntapiaroa bull* aloa rapalf -art j lady Can dnva a car Rrftrat.ra* at 

MAN WIT3I I TWO ROOMItl iUTT* ' ^vAAJtlctl RRPTIC TAff* HRRYICf i Q 1304 * r hanged R«ia 144*. CaldVlUl 

raaea* •"* I a— n hathfoam. oHaiad — Uh iBiaii,»N *gii*. p-mpa mtl vpur lank and haul* ,', T ■ ■i~. ■* . Z .. - _ - - — - - - _ - . - 

RaM — ofk »»i,r», (or narl-tima he'P to vaung Biifllah n a-av Fh-n* K 1191 II01LDIHO RtFAIRR LATTICE WORK. 1 30BIT70N DBBIRTD AB cnMFAHlOn 

romnallllon ... i.... — v« ml.** frnm rlir I * r>ng • fnerlgiiy (1 4993 I t'anabla afgakliie eliara* nf h<<u*e I 



Royal Oak Rii.ial Fa-t 



•‘H'*.Li*^;..bii;.?'^:7aiia' **^5 ?r.%u"bam;irr.toinr 

H"*bi Jiibltaa ll•«ellat WIIU*^ Dung »a*urUa^ ald-tinva danc* Bivaaril - — — _ . 



iM'lh' k'i’l r«‘ipl* mat. a«» amplavmenl ^TfDfSTT TrStTRAN NgJOR WORK nr— M 'rwwTU>*r«rr>B m>»au ' eml*'l Abla la dnva a far RH'l*h bnrn .aaalv •natidioe huitorada- lull aand a a* 

, 0 ' prr.. Hrgrat no a.^mnirulauan v> R.. .rdav afe--.vf,i Fliora « 34M Il'.k 141*. r-lrmrai Si.mtved anvei..na coM*.nir.r an arrurai* 

liar rhiidra.. Fh..i.a C-iitoaUe l*9B or bainra 1 am ^ • I l*Ai aiiaral ai.a. rapaira. #*• , nmiHsn as roUFANIOR.' “••'r’fRIhfi and a mnnav ..rdar la Tim 

I,.. (.,,.nl.l _ I : l*°t"i°ngh,”Ll1a. I »•»» .»?«*- 



Mly Cad dri?# • HrfcrMiCM ft- ^ * ▼•nrftVffr hein f»r 

KftAftd B«ti CmionUi i Dylwnf, lw*h AgldU. Mnl- 

- .. - — - - log aa— Hnani tha na— a*( nf pr— Hem* - 

POBmOH D«IKTD AS cnMFAHlon amimng fond* hnimi*L-iha iZnge 

CaiMbla oldaktiig charg* nf h'‘u*e It .ii.i -ant vary miMhJ ti uaad al naad 
•*d*'l Abla la dnva a far RU'lvri bnm .aaalv vnandioa huitorada- lull aand a a* 
I'lk Idl*. f'ahNnai V'amtven anvei..|ia coMamir.g an arrurti* 



mat. Ri>r*< Ma (mmi m Vginr'a' A BETTKM OLi>*TU4B 



U 'ANTXD LADY FRBFKHAHt.T BP 
iu*an aga )0 and 4d -Uh car naad 



BAANICH BRmc TANK BRRVTn 

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Admlaalon kdf 1 » 3 mU-tHTABLIRIfFI* IHRlfRAHr-t OF- g„a,;o„,, „( Vienna reatonl prrtoaalu, riSHR ONLY RAHITART BRPTIC TAJ4K 

*7 fir* baa apaning lar young man. >v and bHIUv ta meal penp'-* F"r pnaltlnn 1 Barvira to Vlctwrta Wa pump •«*{ 



r»J w.l I 'L. ^ iIL ! A ■*^*** OLD-TIMB OAHCB BVBRT |g yg v,,^ ||]|h arl.wl aduralta., (yp*. *iih -rii avUhitfhad Iirm Ralarv Plui • yaar tana abd haul H a»av 

f . \ i ll ^rtr* Wednaaday -Uh Bia-art a Oramaglra vrUlne davlraM* but nM #a*en»ial Y»-,rfn. • •riling ptapaMtlen Reg 1*99 C"l-| DUNCAN RtHTIC TANK 

t* •"* 'f'".* al Iha Arcade iRroad and via - 1 rr'ient brnvpaeU fot fulura Ranlf aivine 

r»*>«r.»r Duraihe Cera' Al-n a. ■■ At — - ... .alL.iiM *«n*rt*d and l-o 

* ,..v .... ,U... M,= T J ,R„B. * HtrTTiBK OLD-TMf DANCR. MrMOR- Vn, IMS C^^^ W'AKTKD RfUARI.t HTRHOORAFHtR • , 

Ira... lui.ui. mt >1.4 T....mpp.« Avai'uc .7 ran miiav Fehruai* 9 g-JI. Me I '♦''7" \> ^ aaHManl Orveui perc.l*. FALLUeo. CUT ' 

He ••. a t«vmer n.emnai M Iha V»r * r,H.,i*ie Doc t oid-Timar* tt'ANTRO OLD CAR BATTBRIB alllv and able to m*a* P«M»r Intereallhg * lakan oal brittle* 

•j.i't 4.'i l•al..* F..fa »«» 14 v*e»k uemvii... muv, WHi-r'iuiiv- mm '* Will pay H ••eh *r;»l A)#« and talaet eei.a le.l Wrato eat CalebmU Fhane 

r .-'•ral aarvl.a* #i;i l»* l e .l li< 3l>Catl \ MBBTINU ANll WHIBT DRIVB wIU., . FFr"-* t IH* 

Ri,‘!i*r. Plarel Funeral <"hap»' »■ 1u*a b* haul h> ir*a Urtata) Hall. Tucada* a„f,gan 



'ANTRD RBLTARt.V HTRHOORAFHtR 
and AlPra aaHManI Ooeui part»n> 
V and able to ma** nuMir intereallhg 



AN REHTtC TANK BOtVirB , 
F O Nm *47, Outxbn ' 

FALLUeo7~ C«n* tjF ” BTTMPR 



pTONITkirTV RETTBRN DRAINR. 
7.y Rack Rlaallng Top Ramep, 
And a Oood Jab Baerv Time 
Phnne PACT. BALCRSl B MI9 
3143 Oak Ray AeetiM 



..•.a savaa .Ahopiver Arevii-e 14*t Wrei kth Avenue 

"■ • I Room *>, Yanrouvar. R C. Bpoeial rK 

MIDDUt-AOtn vrapMiid If daelrad 



OLD CAR BATTBRiB ;;;;; i,’i^^V«hitr''‘7Mr7e*Vihg » 

|1 Mpfi Wi*J ♦•I from Olff #nd rft i Cflflifrl f 

a. Fhr"-e f»"9 #ee ••«* «*, ydll. CMontK rpwo BSPSRTXNCKD FAUTTRR* 7T7LL 

- a ■ ..M**.. K.s »..<*•* f\m Txtmww 1 acreni saInMne Pi. houriT at pier*. 



, ard B'ir'daif 



. reOHCTkriB HOUBB RAUINO. PODNDA- ^ 

•3- ' 4t«M and tamani kido-elb* and drain' - 



K SUABLE. ACTIVE, MIDDLE AORD PtappiiM If daelrad 

lady -ouid Ilk* to laarn Oorat -oek t*«r.Mrr*ii pin-rtHnm N-mn^oair- 

Wimng *0 make b*raell oeaful Small re \\ BITUNOR - FART 

muriaraitoh Apply Roe 1433 Colpr.tai ” ♦«f'» iMda bp to aall Windaor Mil. 

hand-ta«fi adaa and lour hole and boUoo 

K EFTNED woman 7*11.1. DO RARY BTT 'ntl A barpelii -htl* (hay laal WbireU e, 
^l■•g. any lima Reel rvlarenra* hlgh-rlakv »•*'(«»» 1117 Rrnad Bi 

. \\rOMtN t ANo'cHILOREN't DRtBB 

K EUABLB MIOOLB-AORO LADY 7 7 mahn.c an# alinrallana Mra Oraon 

—uld da habv fi’ina anf Cma af bhon* ri 9II« 



an# alineailaeia Mra Oraon 



I. afan noi, «i 3 nrh-rt Rev W |. 9 0 a< »*. aorntMatfi Rtlra.hmenu I . _ W'AKTTD FOR FAMILY OF THKER * ^1*"" 

;v^Vc:iV;::rP.K*'"‘'’'' Monday Nioirr. FIBRUAKY « J*r*^-re7«U f« ^ '> in oak R.* ee^rionert c«k...nar.l 

oval ua* p»r>ai pata , Ik » . • _ _ ,k. a.. ’’ maker uaad •• pn— *e lania far , Madarn home. «— n baihrae>m. ba»i pagev 1 1 'aMTRTk- OOD 

a a. .h.lrn;.r..v;^rr’?ui*r.!,v^^^ - 



•«r*pi ^iniifif an houTlT ar piera BaUmaia* free N 3333 

baxi Fh -ha B BP39 



d ay ar aaanwg up to II pm K - I DORR i**a HOLD FOR TOO ♦ 

R ttlABtK vfnOLB-AOCD LADY W71X ' ’ *»' Madam RanPe al T-ppae Cafe 
do tMhv aitllng avchlnga onl? O 3747 . 741 Yat*« B|r**i 



RNOWN Da Fahruarv a IBU al ih*| *>»n>i» i* earner FUB4 i 
Hnval Jublla* MofpUal Fviar ( •>|ih»>.i | R"«N _ 

lai. — nt M* ai’d Mr* Richard Halil DARi B — OLD 11MB 

Bl.'ai- »( IJlT Rlirttavii'.# airaai aked* V .awBe At UAKDCN llOTPKRi 
II data (N#..»r#.*#g h. M( ta... bfoih.r «**“»*" uxrwwi. 



I'ANTTO-OOD JOBS. FAfTCTTNO AND 
7 baianminir.r n MM 

l'OUNO klARRIED MAH WfTH TWO 



vBldBNT W'IRK FOVNIJATJONB 
0co*A avde-aik* ate Bapii* laaia 



H EFTNEO LADY, FRArnrAI. NtTkFE 
_ adulla 4 or I hoare Fhoev* n Tbkd 



A RlKtVE U a lonaa aaalrlvai.ra U 



Janaary 33 l*4A 

Prttala (H.*aral a— Ra'urilai Iniavman' 
In Roval Da* Burial F»rk .H.' (luaa>a 
bv raa'.aai. NavPard'k RC F.jnri4« 
t<9 dl'acinr* 

BAKIh On ^br«*' - • le** •<*•' in 
•aah « Hnavrtial thava -•••an a— et Mi* 



7 i dav* Ho«B**i*ag*tr Orabaaira 3br 

j vRIRBAOt BVBRT MONDAY. OOBLTN I 
' Hal. nail »« Oak Ray Thaa'ra gra-l 
>*tv pM**e I p m . lAe* 

I .RmnAnr ivfry Monday, oobun 
' *(a'i V.rv. In Oek Rav Thaal** gra- 

<eo priaa* • P m ‘ 34< 



•*aV« ’ll^.!uII*Thava’ a!Zwn !«*• m 7. >•*'••• i P "* ' **« ' ^ *nV*Trurir*yw7i7l[(^ EVtRV 4.HSL OR YOUNO WOMAN \ * FECER HANODeO INTTOOR OR /~ebNCBETS MtXBM. BARROW |4 ’ * tHH* 

All.* Eaa.. at PM NeliMia. Rnad Rl.a . •ararri dani'E EVERT WKDNERDAY | I ”*|l DINit OWhpR frovn a imai' fhad '' to aa*iai mn'hc' -Uh hnuva-nrk lb iil'^M5l"^op the ' Scre-.iaeba 33< OeaT* O 37H 

pHfv.viaa era hat h.tahavuv a. Kama havl**""* Or'R*ai*e [ V,* armt aaav *i'd many large eApipamae i . aana oolv Eatabilkhad 39 vaara Aema T kRfVBWATS. Ptde— alkA Fapcipg. BaaT *'"** *•** 

parai.ia Mr a.id Mv» P Aan.nv ' eng • i AMI'S OLfVTIMB AND MODERN I Nave* “a la 7* par rant ah avvariiel h—Hd j 7\*ANTTD BTEnOORAFNER FART Doriaraiora T Rarkar E gT7J pr • 7939 • ' Csrpaniry atlaraltona Wa aorvad -vet 

•hea* ti.lara Mv* NalUaflalb Mft'pinr ; I ) _ ggy pgg. M'.i tape.* A*‘Of.lvhfn» drmon*»ai.»a r*’* , ' > |lm« Aea.lakl* af'erraoni CTK - a rv - c*V»'- a> p n ‘*^*- ‘•‘ •* **^’* '** ^'*- «!««»•■ WU , J# Pfl^BBtSO AHD CO? 

a...* ui*in #.'4 Ml* l.illian Bhaarer " i .lavy arrnM f*vi mak** a*mn» *••• rear ivahtV'Mar'hn AnpO R«» 17TT A N AtTRACTlYKLY O ECO R A T B D| — — - . - .,-.-. 77 ,, - r- - 

a'l af VaiM-uva. B r dor# Aven .a Ppm OPod m ta _ AvaKor rvdet |ll» r.^mt-u*.**.. m per inkM,*.!.. J\ hnma la Pui aurael advarHaattvani T kOOOLAB - CEMSHT WORK LAROt. LXSCEVT HOAIFI 



M'J rn'«M* 



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f'DNk appiMii* tM>**rva.o*f 



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pHfv.fihg arp hav h<t«haiwv a. nnm*. htr 
parai.ia Mr a.id Ur* P Aaninr. and 
■he** tialar* Mr* Nalll* Oalb Mr* FU.r 
*»•* Lll*ln *»4 Ml* l.lllian Rhaarer 
a'l af Va«.-u<a< R r 



I kANI'S 
I / every 
dot* Aven. 



parta iHil* 

•TENOnRAFHER FART Dororalora 
i.lalil* et'err—ni CIIV 
inoa Ahp!v Rn» 17T7 A " 

/« Kama 



ml* Eatabilkhad 39 yaara Aema TYRDTEWATE. PtdavalkA Fapong. EmaT 

lore T Rarkar E gT7J pr • 7919 • ' Csrppnin atUtaltona Wa aorvad oaet . 1 ■ 

ATnucnvKLY otcoRA>ED *• AMnroMTA. 



PUI auraet advert la* Wvawt T kOOOLAB — mfSRT WORK. LAAOB. 
ta diaruu rcur palnling 7 ' p* tmpll Jpba — ek'-m* FtoHlpt aarvica 



ANTED t't.CRKDeri DtNFATCIIBR OR J' ’ Th»* • '7*9 III m't* b*v 

•.eri.. ...* m, •*... ’'•**'* mi»*l.# • '«« >• T-V. haed • T»l 

V ami* i,. lyn! ^ TJfh. and d«v. 1 coma * gri poe a' hue* 

r am.* ytnv ITbi CotehtO ,,,|p „ .leMad mtv to pe< 

ANTED RABY-KtTTtNO JORB ~aC •' «'••• EVERY livlnp rimm te. 

hijM. IBB To— h -a •* gnna a | 0 M mar a* «iva 

_ * *" , aaighlip* tall* a'.oO.er But ir TO<7 r paigh 

nor la a r!am imiu'#. t»u 9 haiiar hurry 

MI’MISO AMI) rOMTA. *»''*• •• *h all-Hm* haaavpanl prira Our 

Ing a grammar ifaeavo mv* diy vh* 
LEfiCEVT HOAIF8 I'aarhar -m.# •« tb* htarktmard i dlde. < 

' htva nn fun af Iha *aa»id* Thah ah# 



carfbnter alteratione, 1 

'pair* Friraa reaan. ahlo t 437P jfl 

rSB ON. ROtTBEB OR KTORB 'T 
lamii.g a mt ft nuhing 09911 

RFE 7 rmT^ANo'’«WERAT "Rih • 
lort fell Randaman 03194 

,L~'fN>NTRArTOR — ~ ALTErT* .» 
rapaira. tmnrraie CalfUtM 179S ' 



- * rkEUOHTFI'L tfrUMHY ROME fr>R ’ rrtLe^*®i!! 

LTCRATtONB. 1 ' ^darlv pa^a (irMuato paraa* -rUc pn*«*v«( A„g tr vnu aarah^^hlm *11* 
( ahm • *1* On^'AC 71* _ .leap **a> vamamhar. bring him So-> 

OR KTORO TnkENTRAM CTWVAtKBrKNT' KOMli *V 7^ 

n« Ofgli I I^OabOnl. UtonR EC *7uflT.!I J'^..r'^h‘^L?e^d.^"•r':L^^^ 



raiMONAL 



TT*'** OinPurd. t«| . . I' al )|r<* fnr a**abtl*bad man RUh- ta'AV*T*n~ capasis team prvwn rm *«• pbona Empire Itgl f-r all f«*l *^.v* a 5i.'7v!Ml!a 

' CLJOWt flTH'OOCO O^Hi HWI^TAfc . . ^ . mmmwdmm #jb» h rkfYi r« Wo \V — CAPApijS MAio POrfTt Ov ^m4gpp*mm -* aa ^^ Astj 1 1 A A IC Aid MAW 

r.*;::"- rhrtr.dT'M.ttu.o’^ud rxAu.»xjTT».,iMwnnc,mrm,ci,n ..rry De.an. t. Bne 1791 ui/:::''Xf.rL":t e'^?; _ i '®rwY";oy'\T»*VnV-^ 

aaaday. Fabruaw I# al i*4 pm Mr * » and CeUel.. - ~ ACTIVE TETKRAHR FOR FADCTDIO. . 



you pbona B mpira |ggl f-r all *— «f 



R'.'Mf ROILDERE 



Chapal pf !h# BT.d. Me"ua“v U9 Tn TT AU. •OTT ABLE FOR C07WTOB, CLOB 0-r‘ ’• 

Tuaaday. Fabruav* 19. al I M P m Mr'** maailnge -addlM rmapttoPi and reUiel*. 

Arthur Bird «i|i aOieiaM rni«rmani ip'Eaacpa. Catartng a«f cpacla'ty TktAL ERTATB 

tha Royal Oal R.iriai Barb j nANTtRO mn Mu*i 

■ annaR Oh FJbr.«arv 4 1149 4> TTW-^ Friday II 3* pm F *? a«a r'^mm'i* 

■ ■via BC Fairlrk Maiivtah Infmarlv ef! Saitrdav- 1199 per F-rami Bop )*■• coin* 

nav.gr* RT egad #9 tme* la Ktv. •..■..ei,., Bunar and Fillet HJvov _ 

■ I 1 BX. o Pr.ii>a.,<t MuvBiiaj hv a mtmimm Ibf.eaiivg Nupper ana noar mv— ,.at*— wa— m 



A toogioucs AHOfmiOOE - KBACOgl 
Kill Aaptar C-pfld-eilal htforma- 

Upp pad bivire to alapbaMca Fhg-a Wm- 
ptr« ifm a* -me ro B« Btt 



■ ANNAR Oh FJbr.«arv 4 1149 4> TTW-. 

• ■vie RC Fa'rlrk Ma.iviah iHrmerlv el! 
naviga* Hr aced 99 bhCh lb Fnv. 

• I’aad-* h"'ra.'d flurvivad bv a att'er . 
Mv« p Mat’ri*«g Vh RenrreutMve , 

hvn.iaiid I 

th* remain* ar* veeiitvg In Rav— avd a. 
B <' Funeral Otapel penviihg lunetal ar- i 
*a..t**uenU. . , 



E BmUlSRB - VOCR FLANS AND 

(Mfia'e* awpeigad by practlrai iton —r — - _ - ---- - /_ 

^k 19*9 rhlnniai 1 A ^ SfRliW. •RAYKMABTEIL REM 

— — 4A thotofi. Parkard alaettte ahevava *• 



alufi t.'U V* ever koen Yee'erdar a ao«|tl* 
•a ko’d I* **er» ago cam* back agal> 
'a buy age'*. Ihl* M dlM*ren- 

In the gvnrorr buatneae -e eell 'em oivr- 
arvd Ihe* •• enn* for |g veer* —her 

>M* tv'uivl* firei gvet ah* -aa the pl«mp 
(yp* laughing '*( all hi* ua*« and 
(b*v'va (won ha'eblfvf hide bi (ha ear* 
pf one »— rr 1 — « ?*are **** ptnea pr 
y— rph aaa «hj they ne*d mora abufr 
. hut Di*t V* hoan doihg aD rifBl . . 
.keeping ibetv h*ad« ahnea — ator 
land ah* NTttX tall* at eeerTfhtog Bp 
I aare and la a Hill* plumper good 

' Canadian alock -ha r*der«d Mt etivak bv 



Fhoha S 9931 far Raaareailuwp 
laformaupp Ham w 3 p m. 



- - ^ = - active TETKRARR for FADCTDIO. ..... ***• •"* Rrnx Ulla al eearrfhlNE Bp 

R eal ERTATE RALBSMAH for NANAI- \ OCRO roSCFETEwr gmwoORAfNfER gpi*ppnp|p, MouovImM bpndvmen ' I ITT*** BOILDERB - VOCR FLARE AND MTe pnd U p Hill* plumper good 

mn Mu*' have eell'ng aMI"y and * T*v Ilf* awur*..r* efriv* Roe 1491 *„| p,u-p Fre* **ll»*l*a O 31*1 *fl*r , f * A U. BCYRTK 'BRAViDdAKTKR — w' ’ Canadian alhck r*dprpd P-? Xviap bv 

•nod f*(»v*nr## Favin*vehip II ealUIar- C-imOet ,* om , A»pl* »•* 19*9 rhlnni*' 1 A 7^ . ,**T *nn«r.*r eh#Pt#ffield •« lhai •* lp( §• 

19^ Repl'h* lr**»#d In #4flct ihvnOdenrp “ ■ ■-■ “ — m - b *T~ RAROREA V* "CARFEWTERB ' Xlr/T" ^ * •'•f«'9V4k»'»€ TlOk*’ 

yjAlfyndAN FOR tSTAHURREn J R ' — I ■ ** , f4vet> t nt B.lmppl A**nua RUM EdTMIhPura Camp!*!* a^ka •faMctri* thaw e., «r* (HgfJ*. Rp**kl!lg Kja.Tpy 

Waikint r» tnvrwt Pnnlari J R . BETTIC TANK ORIARETRAF HEW- A “ * “’• ' FADtTKR -f— vn,g-i^ EI^TWirAL cAie vK,“* •*vn*3*v* -■ » dnm.. I inDuepca the 

Wa'kin. Co. 19*7 rTimlr... •' O 3771 13 , *fH*. drain l"."air.d^**n*d k- ^ 09*9»9**r ij. •"< Faikdnfp Fh-na * 7911 _ ln,n.(.*T. to bu. -hen vhU pkk rb*m -p 

ih 1 74 pm er a in T pm L'ir.'Sapll. ‘ .a.-,. ' •- " *«•* ! . --nc-rEMENT. - ROfawiN AND , »’«1a I maan and Ut 1h*m bant f-r 



^Al-findAN FOR iRTAHLmRtri J R ' - - - I r ~ ■i'v —.VO - — *• 

wpihint r*. Wtlv**-’ 7. V BETTIC TANK ORIARETRAF HEW A “ “ *”* ' FAIRTER 

Wa'kto* Co. 19*7 rTimlr... •' O 3771 13 , ;\ ,, drain ln*lall*d. eieaned v*. 

_ . !t>*lrrt All -nvkmen follr eiperieai^ T LONOMAN ORTORATOR FAINT 

" "•* boacavenl* pr"mpi:* m*4* -•■•rtiahl 7 , .nraeira aito hoMrhaneiM 

REI.F WAVTTD *• *H*» r*'« acfOr* -I'h eivim* an^ a Fhp^., gVimi " PPFmhang.pg 

'7* hour *#'*>•* R*3*i day. B my nighi ■ **^ * "" 

- — — iBnv Mayro>k T'a* n.ir hv.-lgev piav. ' / vCLLfNOFURR 7 TPT# FAINTIRO 

VtliniE A.190 k u. DRAINB AND FErrH' ighKh ' _Mtmrha.,iinj and detrvaiing 

**.e*rt*.r* -III, buih* enuarvA* ann •' P'omp.n d.n.* Mrea.*V»p* dva.n* | | A TRirr * BOR -FAINTINU. OtCO 
. ....1 .. no.iAAkaaoM Rni 'Ivene.l *t mala. led Wei be«cmnf.lt •**- I », fpi.n* naa-rhangltta E EM 



A RJEETRONO - E 9 J 19 - FAD*TKR •vo.-rmt,... 

T C CMTffRET ELBCTRICAL COR- 

0 *Mva*nr 1 . 1 , E..hpat.f*fr** 0 11*3 

El T LONOMAN ORTORATOR FAINT- .... .. 

’ • •**^®*"«'** V®w!!. 



•FWITT Tr.*»e !.«.md apav *1 lh» R-i*. »» •*"'• MnvA*. Fanrnai 
J-.hil** )l-««i|*l o.. F*br«ar« 7 IP49 A' ' IvfntVNatipi- R 194' 
fv*d NIrhfil* lleaiH, agit 97 *«*•■ , - .,,D f, TH- (11 

nth (h,vd..„ il.ad Head hnrf. <n B -* l\ 'X.,‘ " 

'4 ,9 ...J . '-r Vio''7e?!u.r^ 

•* **'■•* '• <*•'’• Vi'iAria. and J* k pp, R«iraahm*nte 

M Traxr Tnvvehlu Onl 

-■vara' aarvir* -i]t b* hald on TkravVa* ' t ANilFORD WOMENS 
aiivir-M-n at 3 p m In U*e 'l•B|•*l ef in* It puheak* and —arria tee 
Yli,-m*nn Funeral Hnio* Nev T U flrlf 'Hall Februart If 3 39 P m 
hlh. Pinelptlr, Cr*m.u-h at Nnyal g , wtNCH AND CY 

I.9AK9T Oh F>hruan 9 1949 ai «..m*< .V* 



K AND n Ot THE ntlNrLB WIU »\ t— •r“. farm b? harhelv' Man 
• hoW a Valentin* h *"9 o-*i nme .pui. a«o*rt*, r* -ill, buih* enuarvA* anv* 



7 * mom , pnn(r.#r eh*pf*rfiel 4 vm lhai a* Im gn 

MW. Farkard hlaetrM ehavat* f 9 - («» nv.iy 917 P (n a hard -earing T.orV 

Upealrv th* Oai *r-u -%k Ih# 

*7_^*9H** *'‘l^*kl**d^^fe»"p O praclivai — alnul frnnla deridad the taa—e 

9 thaw* (Hgfte* Npeaklng nl kid*, my 



' - Ing apraytng *>*, 
Wiph* EMM 

^ vCLLfNOFORR f TPT# 



NNOUNrEMENT* • RONBON AND 

' ^uiren * Ugh‘er* vepplyed Ip three 



ran/iie* In ynuf pone* 



btf* It -aan 



U. DRAINR AND FErrt'' TAhRR ' _pep#rhav,it.^ an^ decnrailng 
' pvnmpiti dMAe >lvra>e*rep% dvaivi* fk A TRIFF R BON -FAH^INU. 



IIUDRON EVANH VBUAL FRACTITK, REI.F WAVTTD T*.*”** «'*I''D • Phoh# bVim * ^ ***« FaHvna'ee gieep S E WMa- daw Favinry parf and prlro* All •"** > d^l ^ earetogee la 

I 1 eavw. tfv-a.A Fehrnaiv • IMam 7* hour *#'*>•• N*3*l day. B Ntof nighi ■ miller Phun* B 1333 ' riaran'eed F*r ynur rpneenlen— lea*# , *1 .,m m i 

I..LmaML g 44 1 ^ I Bnv MayriKk Dae m.r h..,lg*. plan • /vCLLfNOFORR F TPT# - FAINTTRO. ' „ ill rwiair. *•*(.# ^rat.d Rpai Ne-aaland. ' t**” 

l.(.rmai.a. VtimiEA.ifO TDUFIK * *»»T«n ' . nRAfNP Aun PEf-rtr ■TAhitii ' patmthav-ging and deenrailng 1 I* ** nT'ARANTEEll ypT Vafev VFlorta nr I !_ ..*'** 

K AND n C*( THE rHINltr WIU t\ t— •r“. farm hr harheinv Man \ iJ- DRAIN# AND FtrTt' TAhRR _ rocAve either eedae thing:** aapbeH .. . L" 11 '* "1** "... . • 

. hoM e ValenUne Bre'- h *"9 o-.1 'ime . -it 1. efoert*. re -III, buih* ehuarvAe ann * ' P'ompilv d..«» Mrea.e Vfep* dva...» | k A TRirF * RON -FAINTINU. OtCO* - - - 4 TTRirnoM-neTERNATTONAL IKTRE- ^'l ef* »>' m-ne vl.Ink nf nulh'n bui 

Vi’.. fe?!u.rV*l' .1 Z T^v^-aaV Rn.....a.ner Re. V.-'u v^'Tu.'*::: *:% * •»»« rkEAtmJlEET,T1LE FUN BAn»OOae. . TIOATinN AQENiY LT7> YlrlnM. , X 

o. _ , > Mkemma A.kM kdehP tevM bb R A 9ta AM Tmmp --1 ♦f* •** l*'^ MIH? W** • -•»» liCAL flLJ^pTF Tj Uw FOR VAlRHOOMF ®W4 tervAM AAKAan *•* ** I.J •#»• fp*n #l*» 

m^.L. mT * * * • ”* f-l-"lei ramei.t a«r* fh-.e B3199 Oert -• M.i O 10 B orvODWlN RDRMKRL7 OFRK IV aiviki nre(.-.re* btar3 -hll*. 19 Afflba'ad *l«h Am^tas Deivuilee Ag^nriaa '•''•’7 ‘ ha**-' •»>• kamieal Mae aha* 1 

: t 'UR CCTTER AND FINIBHEN f.AFAmK I**! Oeuig'#* B* 1 * gin* inietinr and et'erlur dceoralirvg rptora F*#a M'lmalaa. O 4491 1119 Braad R‘r*ei — Open DlJ I p m . uviMev’ thove nv il 1 * -ill balp te 

I ANilFOHD WOMEN# INSmiTE ^ .( gleln, e.Mm.1#. #n ramndMa and i ROOKKEEFINO A tt t> ** ^ FTfOtfB 1 39*4 !^Tf 

I* oaxsko mmA mmifm Imm Cooiioanllr ' _ 7. * v«. »iu jv i »j»\ v fh/« 'lats ha rmu • h w teean Bavannatved ipi I • I *9' k II nu' v.f "il| — lavnliv* lake !• UP 

.. .. .. 9 a *r re-pir* Apple Ret TtT* C-innlkt huilneM ciudance Int aaaail buaineme* I kRSMlHOLlNri. CIliAM ail PgTSieT Tira tinnsSN Pirs-r— a llo rh*> aal nj the Paoer and loM her 



A riEMIION-PmRNATTDNAL INTER- **^'7 'f* nt mne Vltlnk nf nulh'n bu* 
*» TIOATinN AQENr V LT7> Tlrinvia a 'W#'n*-e I like *a ml* a bmi.-r — 



_ • • butlnea* guidance fnr as 

HnrmI Oak / v ENERAL OFFICE WORE MALB OR RPakl ad UP nr kep*. perv ttm* nr moau*- a - a««»«' 

, . jg g c WINCH AND COUN CAMER ( f ( -hi, MWlJf.re Hi egpnU ' Reammab.# raiea Fhen* 1 7397 j feme. 

el Borne, >.• •” • " ••••3 •! OnrtWfi Hred »U,» .,(rive Aprtv **»d «’9'* g«V*''n»e ~ • LL EEFFOmian fTV TAKEN TDF* 

iv. hu uih Moevdae nigm Februarr b *i 9 a rvcrt coumie' A iw- i|n« g«a 

•?!.- rvervn.,* -e'.nm* QuetMont 'nv'ied ' ^ ** ^•**"'** _ pvng ramnving dangermi* *f##* CNt < f 7999 



-tSharmu o ev w Bf'anOeVvep I9|i 

r tawil buaincaeee -- - ~ - I kBSfUHOUNri. CBIIAR on FaTKNT 

fv 'im* nr mantb- INTERIOR AND EETBRIOR FAfNTTHO IV ranf r*pei*v Ftemtt aarrlre O 3P49 

Mfi* E 7397 • remeni — ivek aid*— *lka ftnat* f#Ub- . 



EAEfT On Fehruan 9 1949 el Rome, >.• ' • «n.r»nn v.»«« rx,' 

Arthur Traua'.i. M Leek.* Ih hb bPth Hw»A9» nigm Februart • ai a rrvort 
veev Aureited by h>i allr Darnini •>/•• #*•»’''''* •••'nm# QuetMun* inv'ied 



*«<• A'lhur N •— a de<i<h>evk < pa-ntia nttaiecii cai**i*ia« ik. i I ■''■***L OFFTCi WORE — malk oi 

and Unne al*n * hrmhev I'v Leeier I h-ui" *vLJix T ' I»9ia * »''h rvperie,./# Vn eepvvt 

af Reei'l* a Hater, Mlaa F f t-eekei ' 9'"d. FEEL. nIH hald h* fyE'*'*! Inmber -file# Appo ••<* #•**• tuaUIir- 



-tnnj to N- t IJM Cuhenie. _ e*»«,ing dangerm* *»•#. CNt 

t vENYRAI. OFFtr# WORK - MALE OR Nhrn fT^a'n »*• Piamp* .eiDhvad 
' 3 fema.e »'th rvperie,./# m eepnri vn#.#.# g laaa 



Bvuf gereral '•palChf Ba'Mfee- WEKERN BETTIC TAMKB DRAPIR ETC , 
itaMeed Eeilm«,.# frm rh»ne *~ Ina'allrt nr vepeirad Rny Mave-rb 



n LAZED Tin. FUR EATRROOMF neigmat anp banded dEtertive aaetir*. '* •*''* aNl'"< an# I*ed •<« 

Ii flrep'eret btarb — hUa- 19 Afniia'ad —I'h Americas De'eriive Affneiaa '••fe I h*»en i IK* feinieat idea ahe* i 
F-ea Milmalm. 0 4491 1119 Braad P‘r*ei - f*n*-. DlJ I p m uviMev, ahuve nv il t« -ill help tv 

PHivatB Rtaaa *•■! any af VH>r rriingt m 7 ibivk III |u*> 

rw» - piaae . »ar k if nui vf 'hii mavhliv* lake |> «p 

tHOUNfi. CBIIAR OR FATKNT TRE MODERN FimRIERB U iha’ |il 91 tb* Fapar and imi her *■ 

f r*p*fv Ftemtt aarvir# o 3P49 ' a Rg yrow AT THEfR NEW LOCATfOR ' fTT?*' J’ .*9 !!*'“** •*** hm » 

_ - *\ ^ I ] Mtff • ft## ft#* ^ 



1119 Braad P>r*ei — f'i«e» *hli I pm 

FWOtra E3944 

TRS MODERN FimRIERB 
A 8E now at TTftm NEW LOCATfOR 
• • -pen ter butlnea* a* •.,•*! 



n» Vlrtpria *• *• E E l , m<,nlh’' mee'ing Ih Ih* elhbvbhm* ' tlivna ta Rm llta rnlvn>t#i ' A 

Ftioeval eervt/e* «<i| ba held *• p« fu**d*v Fenr-tarv 19 a* 9 p m At **"» , - - ■—thetrr- -mr' mnm n 

lien Quami.han *' 1 pm m. - d** aa pnetlM* *r* **gu##«*d la / jNE OR TWO REEIDENTB WHO wrWTLD -*e 

-hv..*r* a aiih Can.v. T M Rughm ai'end ' ' "»• »<‘npa fnr wire iKwimf rapiilred h«" 

Id Be* M T Avvhbvdd aHlrlauna - *• «•**• •rtr*mv,l*U.e* tPr l»e»ly | 



Ffier I. Quami/han *’ 1 pm w< '>da* mvinbe 
F»hr«*r* f aiih Canan T M Ruph-a ai'end 
and Eev. M. T Atvhbidv* atliriaitng '.«•.« 



pvng ramnving dangermiP- treat CNt < f 7999 A CM I dav n 9PP3 Mghi 

"Jki vM.#'.a **F laa***®* **”"**^ I NTKRIOR AND EXTXRlClR~ PAUmRO ^TVCCO WORK DONE - F190NE E IBM 

-- 1 ard davvtredhg, Rfal-naa* — ar* 

,w.- vn-^n — .. 'iv,-.s; 

NE OR TWO RESIDENTE WHO wrWTLD -era ranarietittnu. and vmiable 9Araa T ^ to leaen paraga -ntk BlTlt 4 PALENTTNt OIFT' DREMimi 

* Pivam -vi'* Bne 1A97 rplnniai TNTERKlR AND EXTERIOR FAINTTRO '' 



Mr* Blarkei 

ima rnei 1 



Mra Rtevlteif, 
0 9P1I 



A CCOMMODATION FOR 9 OR I CHIL- 
eL Ares, I ytaiy and aeer Uveihg ••*• *« R*an*» Warehn-ee Vie-- beta- 
ruaraniead Elgh'ean mitm fmm Tirmria * (VKi to the Reaney Wav*h*-aa 



RCWRER Rvmhara 

f•■rhli<lva 



I NTERKIR AND EXTERIOR FAINTTRO 
. apravlttg rwita ct-caa eta Fa* a grm 



and Rev. R T_A.rhbnto •n.r,...n, , ' CUNIIERVATlVt ErtnAt! "-•! hi.r... 9*^^ 2 *•*!..?* ^ * a Pb-«. I 039 

MANN >4.aad a•a^ a' the ham. af her , -»*" ••••’'ni »*'■ *• •.F*ii«'*A AMi'K *0 re»P g p*‘rfi» pAnCTINn AND DErORATDtrs^KXFmT 

•n.. Reg>"*M 9h hurne'.le Naa,l »n F* Cnntorvaiiv* RQ 9M Fbfi “7 ne- brivr^ and *n eaa»aln 'he^ean- E F Ftov.k 1»94 Miakeepeare at K 7H1 pp,^o,,„MiTp and Brer-nam ma'criaH 

r»n ..erv 9 M't Al*r# Me' v Ma. n eged oKATtHil EVERY RlcifTT - DOOOLA* '* , ANY TTFE OF TRAiTUR WORK, esle Invertor a tpenaltf Etltmatoa 

T9 rear. h..n in meanMiir* Engtai'd »»*■ Ca in.. '*' _ A pm-ghlAg dla'tri Igvetiag. bark- f'adly gieen EI9W 091*9 

avid a realdenl ,«l IRvlavta »nr the Mt< ~ I lUllPf etravailng f99PI '*-vi apTSNlan jii„ ■— arms 

is ever* (ain.arlf af Reai<re Baa(«, -rirTORt* OIRlJr DRILL CuRFR PAL- |4 WANTYIb— FTMAI.R HtLP I . - - _ - ■ p t * • T E R I R O K»yiY;D REPAIR* 

vVvasan ■.•ral.nj Lv (M anna —antnaia \ — . .a A IX 1 T I*1R OF TRACTOR WORK — I rMena rtplatlered EPTTf 



FORK asle invertor a gperialtv 
terk- f'adly ffleen E 199b 0 91*9 



ain.arif af Reai<re B*ab«, \nrTORt* OIRlJr DRILL CuRFE PAL- 1 14 W ANTYIb— FTMAI.R HtLP I . - - L»n 

ryived bv t— a anna •■elnald > ev,ltna dao/u TRuvedav Februarr II I i \ TTTER OF TRACTOR WORK 

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MaaMttki vOh famnan and farata nny 
..tb 57100 

Baanlnaa. Bbnna B Wit 
ClOPtlOP PKAD 

TWO ABO OKB*llAt7 ArPBP-Lainnbar- 



CatonUl 



PRICE: $13,650 

CaO Ml OraM 

GEORGE RANDALL 



>- PAPTKBP OP PTPAJtCtBP' 
aftani mt I) MO Ui ngatJUM 
«>? BflS IOM CeInnUt 



A P «P-T0*0ATB Ft/PHnUPB BUBI- 
naw in a na« MraUdn «itt aa ap- { 
»u«m«a. CuMpUlr aiu«« ad Uia BMdaJ 
tursiltira bflbd aMd at near iticMca 
pa fi^ p:tl |n bay liturviaa lira laiuina 
0«Mr r*re*a M aa'.l tnaaa la B 7 OCA 

tail fall biir* oaiif *1 J3U 

A. 8 DtrXB 

04} Tataa Bimt O ITU 



atuckan Aottaaa aula a»grt asiia 

and aaiaau araatvo Haiaaara 

K m« aanaUad fhona • MIt C 
a BaMbahii* Boad 



{ BAVg AOBPT COMMSnaoP 

I l.'Ml'l BOOM POUBB, BIZ TPAPB OU>- 
1 inanlsua. aappar Btplra. bardpaod 
(iBMt. full damnl baatMcnt and talUud 
Unubatraciad aio* Call ai tm P«ra«ld> 
Ipaad far bay PoMaMion at nnaa 

I ' ';yMI BA1.Z DS LUZB BLCB-OPP^ 
atacra bicncmkia. !«• aaari aid. P P A 
.MMO caan and auuna a raaiasabla 
Murldata fl*« >*Tt* w a aad laundry 
• rpa« <anaa4 Matr*a.r M an* AadraaM mj 
{ MPaatad aMMf n«a hocnaa B S3M. Pa 

1 bwi , -- - - 

1 .X)K BALE - IMMBDtATZ I iJBBBBBlOtf 
Via* Pural. aav b>r«nM MtWM buuaa 
— - IIM Baauwacit Aaa for tuftorMallua. abplr 

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awiwt JSW Baaannafc Ata Ta-' dasa. Mb M 1 M and afMr f Bi 

rant MMt rWbl i& ^u^ant *I 1 A far I |;uVB BPIOPT POOMB AMO BATP- 
frlc* M MM Mt*«r Tardlaj. e.air 

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Radar • ar ratidanca o IBM 'iiao* ti**r icagrlnaa bUada ala l#ta of 

4H OLDBB-TTPB ROTBB Of OOOC rgpbMrt apata Partt paM t wlan W 4M 



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4 4-poou rrvcco puioalow ~ am 
«' a «>.•<•»• Mnallr mod Buy. an a rarr 
larta tot. IM a IM AU fardan aal( 

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.-abtiut klt^ban S-iilacb tatbraoB. aad S 
badraam vtlh rlothaa rtoaau L'cility rooB 
art fcUeban. RuMnal ananaa rann tnrlndad 
in prira Vary aaay tarina. 

;fTll pO<*o 

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I Branlnfa B 4MT 



ifB-PuBS lAia rafa and 
> bar lutly anulbpad 
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T>ORTAOB 1MXBT-MPAZ1.T HBW BOOB- 
A rcMM atucag bungakiv, Utraa-Mara 
bath, ton Uiaa Ovnar. M MB. Baa 1t&. 

Calanifi 

pjw AB wirrrz btotoo boboaEow'. 

Atnb baaaMint. tara«a. t«a to«n IIM 



FINANCIAL SURVEY 
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Ma ltd— DPTOOOOe PTORB 
) I OUU Nirt larnaaot aad nriod'Ouar- 
(•la. Thia mart ran ba bandlad aaaily by 
■>i>ap«>»..< AvpinttBalaiy II OM In ttnab 
l< tau aani a na'a ta tiaa and a n«:t 
b-Nintaa l«r aadt «1(a Id nto. thU to IL 

eOCAA~^* *** B bronMlliMloii fOBT BTPiltBl 

b 33UU «all nartb laakiof intn -faur 
aulv Murt eaMnt nan rantad (•» 1 : 9 ' 
apiata Tiiaaa rablna ao« ba inoatd br 
rha and Of Marm. Tbid to a raal abanrt 

_ _ - atari a« au'a aaun far a ton artea 

■n fraaa i y or aUnUai buaiaaM nanwd linila aaiih mnaad full nlaiobint In aaeb 
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-- - — lunlt. 

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yiaa tatr: UMO. trnna BOIOB _ |« 1 # Jabnaon Bliaii fbMnaBTMl T MU 

/'gOtTMTBT OROCTBT 0 TOAB •mi l BtrMn|a Call L. Aaulwk. BUM 
' ' atnd no taiand Ulcbaat. Tbw U ourj a, q. fuditk. O iSM 



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fua beyninbarrlaa fruit traaa. ina anal! 

^ .... nama. taw, ofttoaBM Tb r ob ra nw eattafr 

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annar bna aakad aa la anil tlito aaU-lmOTrn 

and papolar randatvaui Idaalli loeatad BnAMlCP 

aad Aaina a laraa buataaaa. caUrlM^in *t««.|>oom BUMOnXOW neallMit tm- 

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«|l.’ADPA OlPTfUirr dSOBI CABZ 
UBVCM BOOMZ UTlBO-BOOif. ft 
^ Clara dlnlna-ranB nantra lama 



plara dlnlnf-iauM pa*4i 
rhaa. faui badmaBt anltanra 
Bant baaaiMfil pamalatn 1 
turaara OoM tot. alaaly Ml 
M a Btat'ClaM bay 
fall yrlro 

«]«0B rnpp ^’AMBB BAT- 

ToB rosioa. furnupad Aat>air furnara. nan 
taa a<«l *al«r anitar Ra>avcut IIM par 
B. 1 BUI. Thiaa rowia far ovnar iBModl- 

$6500 

MOCIMALT'CLOPB TO PAOMP 



$7600 



latWa . 

9t ar« aaclupto aania. 



SOUND "INVESTMENT 



Baanlntt. phona CPPUl 



Apartinani buUdiad ta falrttold. 
TI nttM nfl «itf<«vi(tniRad Tbaao 
•uitM art larfo and andnrn. and 
all aataido ramna Barb atiiia haa 
iva. ibroa and faar ramna di>M- 
inf-rooB and Miirbon vttb fat 



MOOBZM 8MACZ BAJI VUb Bat aaroinoa 
liaina guartara 



TODATB Bp*r POT 



«r ITM B«Btb Unaiy . 

ronauiiat of torn Unna>ioOB. torat bad 
roaa. locii-ptoca f*Bbr«ba baUiinoni 
Mvad eaUiata fuU bal^ 

furaaM. autoBaUa taa watat baatei Idaa 



Tvara old vlUi ivo tala. iiajna-raoai I *B ** 
IstU vUb anan nmtoao: iva atirar-[*? J 
Uaa bodronBa. lam aabiaat tuebao. 
piara batbraota. bardnawd finnra tbraujb-i 
ant fart baaasitnt. Tanatlaa oiinda nai 

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TUa bulldiof U In Mtaltoni awadl- 
UM Bai-natar haaiad br Iran 
PliacBan Capetr ptklnt thmwh 

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Tba braaait ranu tbtv fftod ra> 
lorna 

It amt IlMOM to buUd. Wa hart 
•at tba prtev at a arry to* ftcura 
tot a dojrb tala Om of tba boat 
laaattBMDia an Uto BarTM today, 
nth poaatblliilra for turtlior da- 



OAK BAT I**.* 

n CMOALOW-TTPB - B-fTM LAROI T;*I 
imnd'ioaM acd dto|t>c-nioB. iMat • 
rdra brdraoaB Jlardvnod noon In ftalng naOi 
rnocn aod dlitliit-raoin full baaareat.t afu' yat, 
fuinara Oarafa In bait* COdCA'aai' 
B»m Bbxa >t43U - - 

B C BfMWrTT • F 

m Coonnap •(. omao. B ms I rut) 

<OP 0 . fOl Aftar I. otuolpp* 



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tion tniida and out Ttuaa aadinaiOi Tbu 
bt)aaa la an a doubla iM viUi abaut 1 
doaan fruit iraaa Ouuiaa 
tarata fnU prira ♦O/Ovj 



moita O I30f 



OM Vtav Btrait 



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■adra diatriti tn*na aod oarOan OU rai»t« and 

raaitraat fu vttb iba daal. BCTAA 

B — UOTPLT fVB pr k g b3/UU 

toatda Btraat riaa- rooB buntalo* <aol no* bot bi Bood 
- ■ ; raaadlUan' It baa a auMbar at i alMb i t- 

.ABOB BOUMB Inf laaturad. InriitdlOd a aim tor*a ion- 
Ittlni-rooM op jreoa oaartooklat tba atty. am and Moon> 
•m atrw far-|toUU Put) MMat baat' 
toot Bavaruta tarafa pira fruit PaM 
lacwt of abrub- piim aakad 



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rhae «Ub dtaal esbio«t «:ot lar«a DTtnt- 
r««B *nb tiraBtoea. dminji •roost, tbrra 
bodronaa. baaoBani rnmaea Tbto borne 

ta to flrai riau aoaunttoo thmotheui. aou 

nc/TBlr as roonu. M *itb baltat can Moaa to toMorra* CAOCA 

rll fofBtPiad Oaod Una» supply potX. PBJCB OMLT *073v 

btof ta flrit-«toM mdllien. TTtia . 

soparUnlrr ool to ba vtoaod Ctood LAPOPORO UtXB 

fiw •aniod 1 1 1 C OArt tOTZLT OMOBPTBUCTWD WATER VIBW 

Z 1 1 3.UVAr I dot^ A-r**B bo M i ’ * bonfalTV vttb tor*a 



further parUculara vfS ba flrso 
to anyoiM Intarasiad. 

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B tnUIXMO. 14X1# WHICB MUPT BB' * **> 

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^ ' Ban! aftd Tbraaea Taeant posMtUno 
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1 ' Bita freoi rily aantra L«tt» 7 -rooci I qm 
hooar t brto ITIoJlt Inctosla* OpatoUa ( y^ 
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alrw and t«ar>rotind rraab Oardan v'lbi 
«atar laid on Bcma fryiu •na ahi'kan 
houa*. > looao parHv l•rntob•d rvadtl.. 
foa ocmpaivrf 1 aonUi frma purchaaa 11 *^ 
UMB. torpta B u lU. Catontot. Loit. | 

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APARTMENT 



SS saitaa Mlf-maiaiaad. Thrao-rasM aMU 
•nd bsuuoaa foa •«nar Hot-oaist boat- 



$5600 



Ons at Ttotonas bmt •aiabbsbod aafM <r.f oi’H mai yiator sU aguipn>a»i aaaU 



l>atta oatrlMMklnf Iba Uta. Vtaly prop- 
arty of as acraa fatdsa. rmkartas fur* 

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O ItM 

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DM OOUOLAB BTBZBr 



MEHAREY & COMPANY 

LIMITED 

an TTBw miBBT prcwct • usi 



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r buUdiof ar»d »Ol siaao 

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mots TO BCSIMKBB CBNTBB TbU »>rooB 
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you art intatMiMl. don t fall u aoa o.'* 
hoot* Tama Aulab POs a M BCTCA 
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$7800 



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PROMT AFT FRICB B I A/UUU 

t ROOMS rtiRMisncD. BoosmBPTvn 

$6300 

I ROOMS DOl'BLB PLUkfBtMO RBV l»4 
I and 4 rsoas far nau ovnrr a . 
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I PURMtRHBO ROtniB. 



COFFEE SHOP AND 
DINING-ROOM 



Lart* alar*. aicuUaollr tocaiad. «itb 
M*pi« BnAi; ibnftoaa aad tooot lor a 
panawn Wall tdulbpad toe ftnaraJ 
buslnaaa and a r««l b«>mi 'Bakar As- 
proumaialy MOM atoek aad a tvloBs at 
.•Rpros klMO faontbii P)i*>yrar Irsaa 
al aarr nOBttval ranlal stock and agulp- 
lUaant ineludad A vondarful opp»rtunUy 
I that *U1 PM last C 1C AAA 



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r 4 laryt' saboalt tttd bua 
Hard*^ Tarota at 

CnRIXlVA BAY WaWifriMl bno 
urinbotrurtad aia* Biw»a« aitarli 
r'x>rM ptua l*u In haamirat Ott- 
hrat, aaparata ffsrvra baoihoair 



ROOMS AMD 1 p'lR bOCATIOM. OOBOB — l•rBAH 
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baibrooa and,a(ioou. kitatarn *uh nook I _ 

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vCACA'kuaanim firaormf fsaast furaar* laan- 
zDADUidrr tubs Lars* aorntr tot sn bua Hns 
l|t4Sd Baiaa Unnt t SAPA 

iu!f 4 *mo^^ 'flOlin BIX LAIMB POOSCB. OM THCJi; !lr7l ‘ aUw 
an toon, and 1 1 mu c'Ms to boayh CoMplAts viU) . at 
I. tornar* arr< fornllua* Hot >11 ohsba tif Wldos y ^ 

$5800 TTotbb tp fArBFJib& posPtPinoM' 

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PRICE: $8000 



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nrHittf'f^' * ^ o«mi diauut. 

fat aaa ' ''* austoviinHA. niimaruiri na* hsmat bt> 
fPAdr- •,«« nonaaaurtaaj to i*i* arm UaiHa-ddsr. 
rsdMfn.**'* ba** Ualnf-xinot kttrhsn. toa bad* 
i »4 •rm‘^'*"'* <l'raa trirca tothrcMB. atlUi* raom 
,nt agrtt*" "*ar a'nra Mni-air pipad fantaca 
f P 4 SI Ffar'iir (Mta gnat *lth h*uu Taiaa IS4 
(hr*vlM bualnaaa and a 



4dto ooun. airaiafteally toaaud 00 island 
nifhsay Bisb< wndtrn amu fully fur- 
anritd ~vim r**d torvtnm a baryaia 
you altouJd Ml Biat <OC AAA 



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B** #71 

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Bv* ovoar Brr #a 

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p«r Pull taforasuan 
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II rVlirJ" MODBBM BOHOA- 

II ally Itot >«»l Cato njat^ mBi-.atarfr*ni. nmr *md an- 

rhoraga Pull ba*f»rnt. furnam. laundry 
fka* BAT taba PrapUaa. na* SasnraUao COUMBB 

<vn.A.Ms*Ta< nvAmao Oarafa Oaod farda* and fruil 

On.- 0 -MATIC PXATINO V,r^r.x pmn.iatorr^** »d at alfar 

I OVXLT MODMIM PITZ-BOOM BTOOCO Ownac. Vtotorla P hana O lai 
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dytns roai a r!!. Yi. SLoJ^; *-«»•• alatnantory and blyb acboato Naar 

balbrmm; bard**ad ftorva tbrmfhmt kta? “* 71111 *^ i!nir* fi ^*^^1 aaT 

rsBcni baaa«* 8 l *llh olraiy flnWh»<i tito ruma ^ 

ri»B furnaaa Ofl-O-Maur baalinf •« Pbaoa W 

l.auB4ry tuba, faraia waMT m 

Pales OtfcUMOf - TM* UPTINO OP TOO* 

rwm/kn rm nun u*« BOMB iB BPBPBrTPCU T BOUCTT«l. 

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Boall MaAaau PODB • ROOM BTDC^ O MIMOB CAtX MB HIirDB • 14B1. 
SUHOALOW — MPA aantlmaUan Rat' 
larf» ilautf runas «lth nrapto**- bardvomt 
ftonr. eablnac biastaan ttto sink; l*n tars* 
b»droBBS fmr-ptom PaBkrnba baUirom 
r»,a»nt t)aa«B*f)t. pipad fuanarr taunAfy, 
tub* fsrafu Mlaa yard aod faiA»n «iifi 

$7850 



$4500 



y*ar . _ . . . _ 

*an,!arfnl apoaatgolty far a rinink aaupla 
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pint drark at 



I ,A*rCLIBNT OROTBRY BlfBfUtlto ~ 
r rha:aa Utlas auartars. rrstanabla 
ram aub Ians laaaa Wnndartul avpnr- 
lumiy tlSM hai.d’au 

Aiillqua rapair Prunrb pnllahinr rah>na< 
*n«P Wril aauippad anti aai*4|i*h«d Laa 

nrarr.rad DnliibDad. *a'l oaHni kustpaaa 

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FRAN* R PARTRIOn* 
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V mCCt.T tAlD DOT BUMOAUIW OP 
• riTra tbrvutb ball Urinf-rms 
*llb flrtRlar*, folt-atsad dinmf-raacn. kit- 
ehsn. 3 RM badrooMt. utlliiy and bath 
(boms Rasamant « 1 lb fornai* Mica far- 
dan. frulL ate Mat a na* plaea bur tieaa 
to and 111 sa»d anodltioo CdAAA 
tmnadlata potaagaion ^4d.UU 

JAMBS BAT. ORB OP OVM RBwr OP- 
fannft la tbia i»**Uaaaty riaao *-r»att 
buRfoto* Lfrtns-r*o* *tth nraplara 
diPins-rnoMT kiicban and I nl>a badroama 
and Mtb AJI baaasaei *iib ot* fur- 
naca na* Durnld raaif At praaant tlitaa 
rmini rantad at food raaaoua, but lha>a 
aaaUsbU If doalrad Oaad*«toa4 toa Tarou, 
Vanoilan bnnda Ineludad to CCOAA 
10 * pnra al J30UU 

C O 1 CA C^APH PAMDLBB TRIB 1-nVZ 
I OU If bunyala* ranatatlnf af I.R 
wtib flraplsra. dtnlnt-rooaa. 3 nirs bad 
rnama. kliahan and batb tn Iba full 
ramani baaamam to a l•rt>«m auiia «itb 
a*n plunbtot r*n*ad ai 13* par btomb 
Aranara ttiba and dHfS.tr> sarata ! T 
taff of baauHfnl lar*d In fardan. la*"* 
ahrubt * fruit lisaa ablakan b>'oaa ITiu 
U 1 >toal f"r Wa** oanlind a hnwa s, -a 
land. tr<l rafanua la pay att Ibu ' 

$63oa 



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Id (|br»a bsdrootnai, prtaani •matruc- 
Itoa fatnalkm MTM. Lcaalns atty Will 
occapt #7 > 00 . tocludlns fonUtoru. bsif 
aaati. baunaa aasr T- Tttrabofl. lit 



KER & STEPHENSON 
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la raaidactlal and ranunr dnirict. Blaaan' 
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Krarylblns la ap.Huu* and flni-«U*i ror 
dlt1<to npnrr Imtlnf Vlctor'a mooo 
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7» TTBW BTRBBT PHONB B «>«4 

MEAT PROCESSING PLANT 

Taka •far aa M. arid el«ar batlar than 
IPWi par mntiih na praaant foiuma Traai 
h'lma* nr vi'icb la't*' butloaM Thaia 
■ • n« fOod *111 bare a* tba aauipiua>-' arid 
..nak -orth Uto atotn. 57 ^^^^ 



$19,000 BUSINESS 
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APPROX. $7200 



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TB OOBOB nW BOOM BtflSOA- 

to* *lih ptillly tmaa B*parais laraga. 

irjn.. .<«. $5250 

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"V tor*a|»i»ft, hungalf* * 11 * dlmfis noarvo 

Staca Pambrrtku Pii-rmuM ai»a*t Sunsato* to Rifh Quadra 

$6250 Jrl'raTTiM".; $8000 

■MB I Pairnsid - Bttol’bunmto* al mMl tvMna. 

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POR OMLT B/yvJw 



REVENUE 

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piu* ihrra-ronmad aulia pArily fumitrad 
fna a*t>re T>tr*a-p«nca bathroMi up t*S- 
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a smd aalurti far iba CT' 3 CA 

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1 ,*OR BALt OB TBAOr Rt*OMPm 
bwuaa Ml uaiarfratil ilnruina Il 7 d> tor 
apanmam «r autn ram* *Uta *M0 

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Bayne & Normington 

UI Pantoarun aid*. lOp Op# PU«b4i 
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ovnar *in •an tvn *r thra* 4 ct*a pt ui 
to $a •eras ebnta* bnttnM land l ali w atod 
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$6500 



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CnCAA f***" OTVBR TOP A PAMOT 
S&OUU a.»Aam batna fttul off Oak Par 
Aaa Tdag! fnr fstMCa na hnma aaid f*to- 
at"to TVraa# !•••• maanu dn*n tlW R*a- 
plaa* fr lb* Jlffna-annw *«ag •nirar-a 
naf and 1 unnd bndcavtos sod baib op 
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r— ’•* Quick pa*aa«(to* B«l«Rf> 

told 

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Itor a «•» r**Uy tol*r«tad to gsTd^sisfr 
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IS raunttsiM sM-aatsbilsb*d 



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rMMM dn*n IVA budrquim up bass 
vttb boa-ala turnaaa A'Urbad m 
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fruit tram fraanhA'iuu BBC 

pAmaiaiAn 1 * dana Prim 3lD« 

«bam cbmtbal parr 
• ic rm-Rii a*» ato’iaa Ito.r >,«i 
ax'ia upataira r*n!a a’ lit Ibraa $ 
nn tobln f’mr. asssawn* rprtsina 
a«MMi furnaca tuba •ns abnua' Pi 
slsn M isr« 01 *0* vfU bAndls # -to 1 



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n*ntr Call Ills Psndm* Aaantia 

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rVaortohins fawtory to iba aantra af 
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ahpp *iUi fund basUsi pUiit. grasalMas*. 
tools, is tart •fsryiblsff raquirMi Ovasr 
a*ara««d IIM toontbly law yaar. but sick- 
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aaiiMt la Is 0«k Bay asd haa pxOCa 
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a*ra«an<llhta B I t .030 

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rumloIJns "f yanaral a**,« t»da frunlatn 
up-lo-Vbto but*bar abon gnras* vttb ■*■' 
t*a puoir* and iarfa modern tiv'i.f 
qnartnra Rm fit* and ilkuatod to a '*•« 
aummwnlly tnfnrmaiUto 4 l irffi'a to *• 
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$6900 



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4 MODBBM 4-BOOM MITMOALOW BIT 
*a oaiad sn bMb laralton «itb nim 
aim of Ihn Olftoiile* SpoilaMla riaan and 
"'•^i vttb larpa llatne-tnaai rireutalina 
fIraoUaa •«*• ra'Itosa <srv« kl'enon vllb 
(•bins* anpboord* I ba**ron«a vllb aad*' 
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nma CaaaUls at 1*47 *y.|cn< Mar- 
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bo4b tuargp'md Al Santo •uiaima au 
band a«n *>a <Ti>«nd*ui *i<b a lt«iia 
toHislIta |ta«t sllar ftoa *J1 Ontontai 



mar. Bos IT71 ~ 

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B - CLOM TO T7WO-T»AB-OU> POCB-BOOM VTDCCO 
siPa atfak Tv* I bsnolo* vllb ■ unflnlMas nai— up 
stot. frvti troM )*al *If 'Ml Bar Aaunvs Oak ftoma tiio 
lit VTtro |i Ml *-btoca bath and fitfl baaomaoi vub 

I Waadk'urst. » •**< fumaa* ua MiiM to sorMn. 

71 , • p fruM and flab pool 

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e. m* OIIM Thia Smi..'s rM«b«r bsa afarTtblsf * 
MasitfsJ to-?a rvasaa virh m* flaor*. 

OP 1 **-MILB ultra- tooda r a ktwhm, tiaaql OP larys 
•all buPl. vMblsUBfom Uodlac to poifn bifb bmauam* 
tSfra ISuitf* 3 Mtb ala mnd Ml bao'liM mn*. Aopppf 



pAlRPlBXD - ZZCPANOB OP BBIX 
r nwa t-raam siuosa. ralM itl.kM. fvr 
booao aaluad IT Ml to 41 Ml. PairfWId 

or Oul Po* Pbnns inai 

~ww' 1~fl^M BOMB OM | PLOOB. 
bM-VBiar Itooisd. 4o*Ms plumbiiii 
•nd ■tiara tat ayary way P*r • sr i 
rooM *0 I af I aarf* pa ••*• m wt sr 
similar biulnaaa Ovaae B MM 

-BOOM Boon. CLOW'lM ““ * “ 
a-r**m. Tama. lasM. Bot 1*4S, 



lAtalf sun nuwn 

tomattl ba*»Ban* vi'b M A 
aagia gsraca 
• ma’i fraHi 
A BBAL Ptr* *■" 

Tams If r**uitad 

pravsr kuasaib* a 

Uta bast siratt bt Pulrfiald 
prnaida* far eototort aad a 
. Littog-rsoM mtmaag stoairte 
FOB 1 OB dl&in*-rm« a buill-to ehln* tahioat 

- . wlasd fAr alariris ai.-aa and baa 

in pull ssmawt baaa m ant ao«- 
iiad *Ub Tantsac aontaina na* 
isdndry i«bs and acira 



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CROWDED, 

NURSING HOMES 
REQUIRED FOR 

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ebaiM a»r*pipd BaiM J K Hai 
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saa loi 

— — ptotalf 

boi-olr fernat*. . . 

bodrow* Ornvnds landacupM *t<b abruba 
and novara Ortaa-i* furay* #XCfV\ 

rrw A rrxAL at zOjW 

An sttbi-raodtod b«ms. baa*, ciaaa ta. b-BPOM b*nc»la« •lib Tapaiian 
cs. bat watof Kaaiin«. tor SiwiAdt. amaa Uitbt. axr MMI # jQnn 
■ “ b* mW PbO priro zAtUU 

nnp-r**m buttfuk* to Jastaa Sat. bids* 
tyb«. tab* In fond aoadlUoa 
Ovnor mua* asll PbO pfim 

Rifb Oakland*— 7-r«s« b*uta 
tnsa aad aim *to* 
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rr no af»n« PTirHsdOd to •ffar tbU moai *• 

tirshls Bodsro i*o-raai-*ld raaiSmtes tor 

tu. I wiLB OSS »s * prtaato saatUilb* sr guaat iiauas 
txrt .n Iiians H H Ssd bmn built fsr tba surpoaa 11 soutd 
mnnea) atm* bsl bara bs«D botiar daalrnad or tarstst 
•nih B menued *1$S Ha toamsndlni Tta* offT tba snUra 
M piga^!!^ «>w b»4 Oak Bay. Ptsneb Mora to mr 
indvirk 1 C daaka vllb a*mbiato priracr Plabiy at 
•indnwi Laraa roomt Hardvood n««ra 

Adaquala timtliM OMtalra > Isria roMU 

SBLP-CON- ftoiiria Rraptaaa l-placs hstbrsitm- Devn- 
ItM moniMv auira t larva. bmuUfitl r*Maa *-*tom 
svnar Prlaa batbronoi. plua amall vtUil* fsom PuU 
baaamaat. pipad fuTBaca. sas bot-*atoT 
haainr Oaruta taundar tuba A ream - 
I AMHrtL'MCl- pHuiailoa tot t»*sa *t alibi paltotiu ap- 



OAZ BAT TACAMT- «l Mb 
l-rbMb sldind bbbtatar* sn I tads ba*r 
Iba am L*ls to butos. trpi aad barrlaa 
**ib aanatl iraonbrntaa Rama has baso- 
■Mit vUli tarapa and Sarvar* 

0AX BAT'dll.MI 

Kiilsrt t-vaar-sM l-raMi sAmos - ings' ~ 

& i»a4fr toralM* and b*i)i at tSs baa4 
aartala Oak ftoaii His flramloBa ama* 



Uacaiiaita an Part Btrao* Onudlas 
•iraai. OnaarnaasAt RtaoN b*lal«. 
duplataa aaia aourls. 

Baa Mr Bm4«b f> IIM 



Oak Bay Aa «a<«naat toodar* buntato*. 
laraa roamt. OH-O-Malla. to* Oak Bay ai 
^•1 Bay vaiacfrwit. 



GEORGE RANDALL 



isptos dMtolto. 
vttb fbrttacr \ 
Ptouli b arr anSi ^ 

$7650 



$6500 



THE BC. LAND 



Mrvftoad I 
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MARA. BATE & CO (LTD 



•MALL ROU* AMD IMf'OMB 
ri*«0 UNTTB BBMTBD AMO A LAB08 
a and aaeutarniaitc t-roto* tui** Vllb 3- 
Mtof balbr-w<m few piiTrbaaar Quiek pm- 
•maton. TbM botoS ts iTusifd rtoaa ir 

;::d buato. $4950 

IB BltrrWB AND P n P BBR ZIOM 
TU • k'r* toll-rantainad 3 aoneia and batb 
(,'Mi BTHI inraiM t* Jamm Sat I**a at 

$i3ooo 

oopBT pouM wrrp otl-o-matic 

Bal vaiaa bauUf# plaoi Catailnd 'to an 
••r*lim> abamai* Ovnto m*itoataa Wlbtsa 



Suburban atora bimk aaaiairiHS a a««aaa 
Monthly laaot'oa |IM Taam Itk I* 
a^-nllstolU, $10,000 



$8400 



Pemberton, Holmes, Ltd 

CM PORT rntsrr 



Munaan'a Ptapirty, MditVf 
1131 WaabldfM 
ataa Caray totad 
Tt CaBlUaa 



$7850 



$6500 



a-toOUM BDIHO 

tkatotoaiil Ptrroc*. 



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$4750 



$7500 

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antB T** 



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Ml Catilrul BuOdind 
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kwadaaa Add l«aa 4(r PuliMb 

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kO MArrlvn, OMII 



$4200 



$1600 



|tr«M (arm bumaa raatSantiai bo*>as and 

ItouriMa Oma •• autmls. aburenaa, bm 
li WI lb fl.’MttopuTtaitwn. ate 

, A.?«’T3to bualnaaa tooaps# 4m*to‘ arm at 

■itmias toMd vSb iar«» mvi* rm« trmaa«a Ma 
la ilM toa*** ispoMsaan. torfu mama totWSivs *-d 
BfSMBda Itotod Vaaftora. aJI n »totoml aaid M- 
lufsa. datfraa* tarn* and aO tunaa at 
— g- - armartm bpadalara. mmu a^tortlaiiaay 
' ®5*V Mtoatnst sBitto. Sort dt*»»»a, *n imda si* 



$6300,PiI5J. 



FOR SALE 



Imaiad m im *br'a<ns a*ia al Al- 
b»mt Pwto ap-M-dato vllb bruMd 
new auutsma n t litotudlnf maa to- 
ItoM Parisabinl Waatna 3ioaS>l»at 
!«• dryvra. sood aai af furviiur*. 
Tbia buitoasi la *r*ty raiaUbtoid 
ktvnsf a font baalia w amam to* 



$5500 



$6500 



$7350 



$2500 





Hoiau rOK SALS 



HOL’SKS rOB BALE 



8 UL8ES rOB SALS 



I 'LTKA-MOilKKn MOUt OP I AOOUS 
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HAHAIMO BRAHOf II) rOUMtHinAI tl 

I—ISLAND HIGHWAY 
RESTAURANT 



Pemberton. Holmes, Ltd 

FOR REAL VALUES 
Oor 6 1 St Yeor 
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FOR REAL VALUES 
OUR 6 1 ST YEAR 
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Ker & Stephenson, Ltd 



V'lC-TORIA WWT-nV»-R 
' liAUjW C«li<riai lUrhktt 
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Arit*-la ■>r*fr (wrnuir Ciaut 
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IN BEAUTIFUL 
QUEENSWOOO 

Vrt pl«bud i« gftur mm •( ih< 
ai<«M b«m« la Cr»aur VtttarM 
lUiuiM In tkcluai** rntdeuusl 
«l*irU( »( <4u**iii«o«Rr. M> tua 
•f<«» o( btauUluUi UM« »i'4 
Mrlltk* »rup«ri|. diUgbtfuUy 
toaOt'bpMi ••rtfta*. Mibi untf a*l>' 
pond. «Hb t>«« »r ih« M* Thu 
toUljr bOOM «•* MI.IUa«lMl Ml 
r**n *(0 »t Amu luiurlaU unci 



t AIRFIELD 



SMALLER HOME 
WELL PLANNED 



nilA EXCELLINT ICAlhAM Cip 
PCRU> AT MMU fur Uu rh 
l^4Uf tuuippaa mudtnt kiwM>i ur.d 
tuMh cuuniar. out.ir.i urrr IM 
■MuUiU. ui oar o< klt« 

McUMU ut IhA V«Ar<Ki>rr t*!»nd 
HUDRup Oood >f»bi*tr • ann 
RurbiOA upuu U«4rrn r**t ruoma 
Thu vUl KAnd invuufutit;ii For 
fuUbM informAtiiMi. couUel f L 



Mi»iirr(. (itr-x^ru m ••.j 

uru «i » 'MibUtaruru »<>rvi. . 
•u. siHUluiioo ^•■nriuuju tnirii 
M i^Ulh ti«IT Ur|r 

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I'ktiinrt liUlitii u-U* uuo) 

laurtitr bluirrmc P>. 

>Mr« tuundri tr«»i roi 
•Id root hiru ••rdtn M 
tSMud«i uii uod trimr 



. 'iMrir-f-ioom «ub Ijrrpiar* din'ot^rooM 
iROLD MODCKH‘rablr.*l Kl'rbaii iFntr inrludri a.MirR 
I fliiJrt troM r.ir'fAACt a<>4 Vanaejan bUndt ' T*u bad- 
and Aouniaiaa ■ ^dwp'. ana badroom >u»< <-pra 

a Auora m liaiiii- Haa*»atit •iib 0IL>O>MATIC aU> 

Nua rark larda'i MoaitianM baatifu unit t«uodri tubs 
rra baahaa Roa ■ Aapurala la/aar Tha hoaia U taaulbtad 
ltd Pne« U MO rauid b« dttirad Aci b«Kb» 

aa ibii brupartir will aall raadllp. 



IMM^ATE POSSESSION 
FIVE ROOMS— STUCCO 
$8500 



Ad 41 .a-.i<>« cddai aui. « 
bui>|alu» in lb* Qorur 
duirla: Mifti IdCAtloii aio 

nir« aun<Mmdin«a « r«««M 
Uitaf-roiMM with firaplara 
klUbau, iMludUK naw all 
raiidt, iwu badriiwm ona 



OFF THE WATERFRONT 



A URAHD OPPOfITVNrrT tu purthaaa a 
uall'buili Btiractiaa ■IX-ROOM atuccu 
bunpal*'* l^aaif UaiUf-roAdi. fUabUca 
adiart dmlnd-rMM. baauUfuS Mk fl«ora. 
and Ibiti (Ina htdruuma Hat water heat- 



$9500 



SitualM In a i 



2— QUALlCUM HOME 



Cornar wiuoawa Anrinoad uairua 



apdunal niapiaca. dlniog-roam 13 



U)«fl . I «aak* It pwu art lcK.k 
aomaibitiK tbui boa raol w i 
tulM U)U la It. PtUCK > I L 
Pleut aak far Mr Sttpnar 



$5250 



V'ODKC UXmiHO FOR 1K«M 
1 BtC THUI 8Tt’l.-ttj Bl’NOAlOW 
IN FRrmr saanich four 

COMFOMIAALA ROOM* ANU A 

Dt t.rxc KCt'vns batiimmim 
VBNPTIA dKD OK. V fid TMRRA S 
■ AAXMFKT AND UARAUK W« 
AI.MrdTT FOROOT TO Ml:" 
ynON THA AFAClOim OAROrN 
OF SIARIT ArRK OPlrR 

■ mnnRBinN w IT a .anaf* 

AFF F»iR TOURRBLF , 

QOROR TUB IN RrrUiB YOU U. 
fUad II burawardf arid r»u fcaiif •111 
*»i.i bo JtiU* 1“ 
triira-awtdafii U ir-t h‘»n»“ 
t*rn« Fiiur i»onia Prtr 
aid utima M>aa wiib 
l(aMl«M>d flaora <1 
ilaa hara In baalUi t 
ba dUBUra’td tuda 
•nif 



uoliaiahad rnnbi Upaialrt R'la plai 
icrrd ro««i in boaamani H«i waiar beat- 
li<« Lana .ot Brparaia faiaar 
FUaaa rail Viaiat MrUau 
Bfaniiifa. Uardaa bM1 

NOT JUST A HOUSE 
BUT A HOME 
NHA, BUILT 
I 3 YEARS OLD— $8000 

A coay litUt Uucaa bunaaloa Ciuti halt 
■mhi'Niom With nrapiaca r««ad railinta 
oak (luora cdcnrr windavi Two baoioom* 
iltaod>aiifi> baibrmim. rnoanr cabinat kit 
|cnan with tiiad a.nk Uititoa an«i cwroai 
windowa AlirartUa Idt with tavna fTwn' 
and bark Full baMmani. drttr-ta laraaa 
F>p«d HA furnbra aitiuted lu a dlitrtc 
of iu«d bOB.ai An aaduaita litUbt. 
Fitaar Cal! Violet MrLeao 
■ vOTinia. ObMI 



Utini'roo* with firaplat* dan wKh fira- 
plara. OuMt aua dtninf •roM. bardwood 
fioor* thro«|lu>ut Lane kiuben Four 
badroosta lap’ l•B-alaea balb. taparaie 
lollat Full baiainrnl With •aiuai ronm 
Ci'alian* eardan Tba homa U rifrenflT 
• au daaiiiud A|Cir K POHSBB6ION 

$ 1 4 C.r\n AN RXTRBMB 

l4,3UU LY UNIOUB nXfllOHXO 
BlUfTY/ BUNOAUiW uP SIX HOOU8 
Thf larec. abaeiaua liaine-riMn with lira-. 

dlnlnp*menr rwo hadrpo m t 4«p*w 
‘-a ., nadarn ewMr.at kMrtian Tb# full 
baarman* wi’b 'area RUMPUS ROOM 
wrtH FIRBPLACB alan amall MdioAtn in 
baarniaM Tha maa' nodarn OIL-O-MATtC 
CtRt.TrtJtTINO KBATIKO UNIT Tatlat la 
baaemarji For ina»attl«D kf appainiaiant 



a ]• with Sraplacc bcauufuUy 
Iliad ruBihlnatluD klirhen dinatta 
tS ■ lb. tnatltr badiataai U a lb. 
laaalr (our-piBia Fambrokt batb* 
tauBi Flaeat oak Soura threusb- 
out natn ftoor L'paiaira ihara u 
a hall and two larga badraaou, 
iw»-Fitca bauiroMa with aura 
proTidad far tha tub. unUnubtd 
apart lor anothar tan* badreuoa. 
All bodreoma have large cUiaeia. 
nuoiaghauL UUa> Oouta are b«m> 
In featurta and other cooTebUneea 
loa nuMaroiu la manuon Flna 
Minani baatinant with tuba, drier* 
in garagr and OtL-0*MAT1C HOT- 
WATER MBATINO • n 1 nf\n 
Friaa hUUU 

Fleata Aak far Mr Banka 
Bert . B 3bbl 



A rwuniry aaiaia rMitiinliii ahoiet 
wairrfrontaar with oerr 33 na- 
luiBl acm Tha ali-ioom huaaa 
hbi a lulu charia. all ita o*n 
An aicapuaiiallr lana iiatna-roopi 
fralurae hand-hawn brama. buaa 
liana firaplara and plankad floor- 
Ini III addition, ibrrr it a mad- 
am kttthrn. thrta badroonu and 
full Fambrokt plumbiria lularlor 
iMiAb la ploaur and btodad nodar 
tbrougbout. Baia-iui and root aia 
BBtural cadtr Miaku Tbara are 
approamairle iwU lari of toad 
watarfrociiaea and ina i.auaa raai’ 
inanda a loialy etaw Pirate writ# 
diract lo E S' Handarann * Na- 
naimo Branch lor all driaila on 
ihia hnt propari) 



BUILT TO N H A 
SPECIFICATIONS 



OAK BAY 
UPLANDS WAY 



Tbla b-rooa bur.galoa >a var4 
aril bum to N H A apanAca- 
tioiu Hardwood tioora iila 
«ibk in Kllcban <aniant bur 
par.t with garagt that it 
tpacianr Mraproaim Hot 
air furnaia. Ni.t gardau 
• ith aoma (rult irvaa 
tjuadra diauirt 



sBMI-BUNUALOW tiucoe. flea rooma and 
.oiu larbe roon upamea untiniahed Lie- 
ing-rootn. dlnatia. kltrhan t«o badrounu 
down. Buemant. furnace u>d garagr 
Fauauion In M Uaii Claar UUa Tatr* 
onl> *4T. 0«i*ar lga*1ng Viciana a 
anap tor oumaorir e-ocnrv 

I'HlLt So^OU 

Flaaaa rail Ur Aitpiia} 

Oak Hay Roeclallil 



$7950 



OAK BAY 
UPLANDS SLOPE 



IN SAANICH 
A STEP TO BUS 

Thu hulM 



See F A FlUalamona 
THC BMMRX RXALTV CO LTt». 
‘Urinbar bf Virlorla Real Batata Board! 
llMS Broad Strtei B 1441 



3— VANCOUVER ISLAND 
FUR RANCH 



$6200 



LOVELY FAMILY HOME 
(ONLY 6 YEARS OLD) 



OESPARD DISTRICT 
$23,500 



ia cioar In a>'» 
toneanianilr altuaiad Ai- 
teullea aturca buiiga<«a 
a all Urgr lieu>t-r«uni 
narduood floor* arid ni-r 
fireplace Dtnrllr. thiuiipi' 
ha'i a'ld klirhrr lae 
batlriMmia and baihroom 
Full rrmrnt bueiuria gar- 
age capper pipi'ie and Uu- 
ruiu raol. **-arra land- 
acapau gaioai. 

Bart, puauMiuit 



34 Ai-rea. with Ik claarad lAri 
buiK fullv modern houtr •Uti fur 
badrooma Full cveuralr baianinti 
aiih puiu-in taandre lubi Mui- 
water brat la ail room* Outouild- 
•nga iDcludc large baru »iin hay 
laft pouHry hauM- tor M birda 
IwoRar garaea 38 vrII-buU* lor 
pani orchard with oar.- IdC <r*r* nt 
all laTriira Stuck inrludrs tan 
rldlue hoiara w lb uddlr* and warfc 
hanir«a tuiriea^ and boniam* and 
al< g»Mi. Ctcrllrnl trou* riream 
through propmr Afoptr rrar- 
roond aaiar aupolr Tbr» u ene 
of Uir bail hugi nn the Itlaud Full' 
prica 110 000 nr raaautiabl* affrt 
For further iiifarma'Kir' roo'arl 
F L. Ra>rr Nanaini'' Rraix-h 



A modern ocil-buitt nlua-robin 
iiurao armt-buiigalew on a lary 
rhrucr hall-arre lot. atiihin two- 
miia rirt'ir Raa ill rooma and 
compiria bathroom down, ‘.hrtc 
rooma and cnmpxa bathroom up. 
Uaraga li> baaamaiK Alr-roodl- 
tiorad coal and wood furnatr 
Copper iMp't.f Owing to o«nar 
Iraeuig loan ilua rirapt|Dnally 
Air proprrp ha* bran graatly 
raducM for guirk aalr. * 

Fleur fwiiiact Hr Kirka for 
Furthar Pariicolara 
BvriuiHia, caiauiu mx 



iR>a of llta citr a ajjaat ataciuua bume< 
lia* iMwn offered for aala ^>c u«a>a-raoai 
dining rouffi u.d dru ha«a bu>it-ii. fratur«> 
and appoir.lmanta ir> keeping aith ihia 
loirir hoiue. Tlir iMriuua aiarancr hall 
baa a frant uid *ida rntrai.c* L't>aairt 
are five liadronma aod too full bath- 
trioma ’^aMiairmrnt la full iiaa wilb more 
than ampl^'-ragrnotr and conlaiiu fruit 
and other Mi.rai* riKwi*. laundry work- 
ruotu Bad BUtomaur hot-aater healing 
•V*iarr- Tl't iroundj arc oall kepi and 
lum on appjuoriata utiuia tar a hauar 
Iha- U a HOUB W-TO Crtrt 



FINISH IT YOURSELF 
AND SAVE MONEY . 

NBW. « HilUM Bl'MlAUrW AI.MC07 
CUkai-LiCTBO LocATCIt IN OMK OP OUR 

Bn iRR Dun;au.-nt 

l.a-ge hitiig-ruom, ltrrpla>r. tao prd- 
tM.ina( lour-ptrra Pembfukr batitruum 
a;iBriuua kiLliri. luU li.gh baaeaei.l 
copper piping. |auaur> tub.- nritk lu 
rage Borne anuhir.« rtouiraii that any 
naiiUmanran do arc/Net 

pRicB . $6500 

k‘Bbt Trriiu 



amart room* piu* iiaarro m auprouai and 
<1* luae rliromad ba’hronm Separa'r 
•eiBiejnnr br*'*k raragr Orou'da are ar 
• laoiu’e ehou ptare •lih lt«n« a>paniiar' 
thrubOau, fruit traai ard barrtra A 
gardanrr ard a hama loerr tATHn 
win app.-aria'e ihi* JO-JUU 

VUTfA FUrRiMB j 

Rearl ln>«' Fir»« itmr aderiMred But i 
WaiHen In the rkir bigh «u Viaia Hautbia ' 
tnira midern t-raom »' i"« bui'ga'"* 
antler lb >e»ra old Uaaeirr •*nn» F F 
Uardanrtd. Drive-in buement garaar l> • 
a hraui*' 

|!-a a La-fairt» T r J JVJ 

OALIAS Wtrit A Vis'd 
fo'eier yaurt li r a ilpetur • home 
ew ra a n -a \ -rhr rtfK'Htrp of the. new ai»d. 
mMirtii* aiib the nommeM ai-d roai.«- ' 
rrMiaUteiit of mure iraiiQ-ill I'mn Bict" 
pe< erou* ronrnt riil-n-.Mai'r hn' oa'r- 
hea’ir.g plan- Pull* tniula'ed Rimpu' 
ranffl diih gaa.* labte in- P | 
eluded Reatoriabiy priced ) I 4 VvV/ 



CO^nn HANHL3I Tma 

new taeeiv bniuf In boat part af i 
Xaauluaati— .Uawtg-racwi artUt bardaood' 
Svera. ia» nlra badieuu. fuur-piace Fern-, 
brake bathroom, bright modern rgbtner' 
Kltrhan with bar and nuok Full batt-< 
nent wan driea-m aaragr hoi-ait piped' 
fun. are lubt copper piping Nice lot ollh 
fr>i|! tree* law laaea. Varan* Balaorc 
laO-IM mouth. 



$8500 



FAIRFIELD 



$8400 



fuur-rouui nungaiop large lot. fruit tree- 
garage Marigold # C 1 Ai 

V'aranl $jlU( 

FLBUibU. tlARUNBR (.'O 
M BrnUard SlUidu-c Fbc< * U IH 

N‘fi>‘ n 4flbi 



Fleaae Ark far Ur, Ctirii* 



rtiie flee room tliKcw b. 
laioB ta brand nea ta 
Mint-caem Mill f. n 



FAIRFIELD 



CHARMING FAMILY HOME 



4_AUT0 COURT 
DEVELOPMENT 



SIX l:cx»« NKW FVUY .M!il»rif* ' WN 
'ALOW l.aig* aiu> flreuiB. > 

-.ice ilintiig-ruu'ii ihrm.g'i haii >a'>i '' 
ancfen with rlTnir.g t-are «td liner 
’-eauliful bedrur-mr There |a B Utllllt 
room elf iha kilrhen The iiuiMig «e 
Hot Air with air-coTtditlomnc in a full 
burmaut Thte bama la baauufulle to- 
• atad and la ultfb mdtm « i « y #sa 

FRICC 1 $ I 1 /600 

PleoM Aak for Mr. Curtia 



ilirti arid > 0 » )ar| 

rtM)m> Oarage li. 
men. High Incatioti 
and laeafy *>e« 



B-..ee..iMiallr e'if-buill and charm- 
■ .g j-ro->m fkinily home ■ . -Sliu- 
• 'c ar*< Ob r ly trao-pur-. aad 
r>o*a >n r»o aehoo.e Ifouat be* at- 
irarutf Mucco ratar>«t large 
roo.nt uak floota. <RL-0-UATIC 
HBAYYNO large ftrat ftpor landing 
aultAbla for canearalon U rbil- 
dran'a bedroom F«D ctmant baae- 
orarit wdUi Ibundry mongi. mm 
eupboardi. addltloool alacuie waur 
baaiar, gordan and tool obod. drfet- 
m garagt Low taiea 



• •)OCA <1HAU IIVC-RCMIM NOUBL 
Nm baaemeni Nred^naini etc 
Lmaied on rhiuce coroer lot bca eira 
•oiidy beach, bua aod ainre* a few >ardi 
away Thta nroparty wurrania anma mnnry 
Miani on It Vacant Bee li on 338 Rlehmanq 
Rrmd ohd phani O 1134 Baay Itrmi 
arTanged 



NHA WITH VIEW 
i300a DOWN WILL -DO 



$8800 



tVe ofltr fur n.,r .,i, ; 

acria id the loial* W .al.i uoi Are* 
Utc.uding Md feel of fine aande 
bucb Olid the aome amount of 
highway fra&laga Juet newl> r«n- 
atrueiad are two lukurr cotlaiaa 
•M faur-rodoi and ooa ihru-raam. 
conplei* tp the Uat d*laU lltelrit 
light and full Fambroke plumbing 
art In each ]n additluo. a bandy 
Inundry room and workahep If 
you eonUmplAtt rwaort dtetlop- 
menl on law inittnl outlay, don l 
fall In aaa ihia! Foe f O M diata 
Ule at tl 408 Cobtoel B B 



SUNNY CORNER 
IN OAK BAY 



Jw.i J irara old Cedar Mhakei Four 
lore > tMim* piuA one tn buement 
ilni water beaiina Bt.hrt hpuaa oiaatar 
near Ofproe. Ourwiit roof Bcautlfai 
eitetru kiuhen. klbg 'aiarirtc rang* 
ir.cluded lb prtet Lol 80 a I3g with 
oat trtu Ooaa in Near ar-Anoi and 
iraupoflatlan 43.888 «awn; oaauma N R a 
mortgage 4‘*'.. - e'70/TA 

PRICE $7800 

Semi EKlboie* Agtnva 
Fieoat Aik tar Ur Bella 



|!haR a'etaat 
.ebuir bume 
lOond bbtioi ai 



MAfUktOTT S DtUAWOBLBY RBALTT 
HI Central Bulldlreg 

>M4I O H4I OM4 

BuPdaii and Ret*. Mr HoiUck 0 4333 
Mr XMMiWdglar R IIM 
Mr Marriott, o ■•ei 



Thta atiKco fiec-ronm home 
atanda on two lou In Oak 
Bag Ip cornar Incatwn Nuaiy 
proportioned roama with ti« 
los-rpom, dining-rwom urh 
ollb a flrepiare. madari. 
caMoei kitchen, aawing 
room and iwo badranm.* 
Ooraplaia)* raderoraied 

Baaamen* Lotoiy landacapcd 
garCan. Near Oa< Bo; 



HIGH LOCATION 



• WATERFRONT 
ATTRACTIVE FIVE-R<30M 



THE ROYAL TRUST 



A GOOD BUY 



Tina arabiiaet-4a*igned ra*igrti<a la -*• 
eludad hi tba privacy at ua awn beaBtifuiiv- 
lapdacaned garden# and nfcwly 4ra«d 
'grpunda a'Hl rainmaii4* a gran^.pannran>'« 
vieu Apprwaimaielf a t eeora old and m 
rMvIivni eorkr l'an floihe ef the ana • 
daeigabt* laatura* of thir heme are <ha 
*Mciaui being room. Urge maaivr bad 
'nom willi private l•a'l>rrM•n< an Ih* m*in 
flooe- full live d»<ina-ro«>io cabmai ki'chan 
• Wi-ed f->r ranaei iw.' hediontn* and Fern, 
hrnha bathraan upaioir* Oak flnnc* 

, ua« -cordiiinn no deenratine raaaiied 
r.twd heal to an room* laundre trata >n 
Wueman^ aanarai* Iwu-rar taric* A!iw»«i 
‘mgiediata po»**>iinn g eeit aitraei.i* 

$13,500 



COMPANY 



STUCCO BUNGALOW 



l-repm atueca houu T yura •w 



3 badrooMi 8owh And > up. Affly 
dupleaed Lfelng-ronm with ftra- 
place mudem wlras biirhcn with 
large nook. Fembnikr both Bapa- 
rair s>f>k* large IM Coat la 
arhMiU and trana- CA'SAA 
•nnaiion . $03vJv 

Fleaae call Mr King. Ihei ■ 7084 



• "jTCn-RBIurKBN ROAD DISTRICT 
«J/3U 4-iqpm bungalow with ti- 
’ai;h*d garage High pMaiion Hood irau- . 
P'lrlalton tmmediaia porteaaian Be* Mr ' 
Baubeck or Mr. FlddMk an iha ague*. 

WORKINl»HAN a 
I4« per 
but'Calow 

- HlU«de 

Bt'*a laraa garden roT ap'. TBIf 
a full batrmeni 

full a'i 



SIX YEARS OLD 

l^rgr living roon. alih nt>eii ftreVlare 
overlooking the water. Two large ben- 
room* cabinet kitchen attd dmaitt Fuii 
ramant baaamet.l; mpprr piped and f«t- 
naetd ihrougbsut .Atira>t.*e grnunda and 
• iDlulfle »e< lutloii Wiliiiii tha •.-miie 
iiTile. Immediate uout-wloti 

FULL FRK B $8900 

Piraae A>k for Ian A;"wk 



5— VANCOUVER ISLAND 
FARM 



ROCKLAND DISTRICT 



HIGH ELEVATION 



$9500 



Driigbitui home buiit on high ground 
cammtiidi'.g a wondarlul elas Sepuair 
garage finarr f«rdan Houae tor.la-M 
ratronre hall and auiiroow Mth paruuelre 
llnnr* Liemg-reom ir • IT with ftra- 

S lare diniiig-rocim, tmiHn. Sreakfut I'ook 
i'rhrr- Muoipa* ronm and laundry m 
'hr baaeniei t Autamallg air-<ondltloned 



We 1 l.uol buiiga.iiw of four noun* %■;« 
.baili.'ootii Tww 1 ( 0 * good tewn irae* 
gardai, ao>itiahad fareie eir gymA/> 
hrfid* 3‘ mile ririlr FMirS $OJ00 
Fleue aak for H' Mall 



IN DISTRICT OF 
GOOD HOMES 



30 a. re* of earelici.i |ar<d It 
eietred* Ample wie*d. larte nrehard 
wtin appie*. pear*, pl-im* elr 
ear'elt amalt fruit* and berrie. in- 
eluding eranet and •Iraabe'iie* 
Rote garden and rocaery llnua* nf 
lot ean*iruritou w:tu ihre* bed- 
room*. iwn large liviiig rouw* aog 
dltilne-ronm Lara'ad 34 mile* from 
Nanaimo, clo*e to vhnM and »tnre 
fiutbulldlnci include nan* fur two 
head, poul'ry houae lor w>8 nird* 
garage and tool aheo Mi Kk • 
elude* yoo Wlii'e irghomr erne 
Jercty row in calf T1<H i- an ei 
rlu‘he ii-iing and will tund cl«*e»t 
lN*e*lita«ion F*!cr td 3db Boa>e 
larmi mtr farther mf'irmc'iar 
eoni.c* F L Beyer Nerialrns 
Broiirli 



$3950 *i»erla^\l 488 ualt 

mi.i'ih r.andler 'hi* k roam > 

Newly decQiattd. inalila a nd o ut 
«il*ir*c» . ■ 

bdt not tn*i 

SACTtn-R* 114— LAKB HUJ. . 
^4DUU Quadra N*wly ddiara'ad 4* 
rimm bui galow with full Patament a»d 
fuenarc All lighl floara. garage Vacai*' 
puaeouM 

g./^«-No Tl Fairfield Omritl Re* 
B^OUU er.ije af 481 48 ner Ptoiith Bid 
’>'ie large rnnm tot ooner Oocp4 term* coi 
U arranged mi tlila Mee tint tud-e u •• 
.analder thia a raal buy 

411 - nOROB SFEUAl. 
fD 43U Laealy fleeroum bungalow 
wli rh It in ftrr Me* ronditHin Full (*- 
men! l••taw>enl and drieo-ln garage Bn- 
uat*d on a fargt brt rtnae in irboot and 
irar>*puMauou Wt recommend ihia ot a 
gaod buy 

g CCAA-R‘<^t*' -toeely 4 room eunga 
JlDOUU low aiiuBied In ••>• Neal nan 
ef Stdnev Miur-ptere Ftntbroka • bath 
room Ml* ntre lerel tola Thia plat* I* 
earant a'xf a* rornmiund U at * real 
buy wn Iowa* - morket 

S ymmn Nn UA Iceely l-mnm bwrga 
BOUvU gain* wi'h 3 ertra r>u>m* 
ren'ed lri batem»ol Full *l«« ba*emeni 
with laundre <uba Situated on 3 riire let* 
with fruit ireer rioae la 'ranapoilatlon 
A real bue Hvrry fbf thl* nne 

gy No 43d->-rbom aemi-hunga- 

B04UU law wi'h ri'r* roam In b**e- 
ina«t Tbi* fMNne «* eoanplefeir fw^tahed 
Mlluatad on a nire at** let wllh fruit 

• reot utragr THU oill make a ntre 

home *1 ihf right price i 

RBDtT'Bn FUR QUHTC BAIS 
FROM 47 88# TO 

g^Ortm-No 173 Brand new whi’e 
J' 4 lUU aturca bungalow in the 
noRriB rampieieiy modern in eeerv waei 
fr*m hordwond fbmr* to lapet'ry plar'er: 
and eoeed eelhng* 4-ioere bathroom, fulll 
Haeemeni and dnee-ln garage Mew iNlrl 
lovely home loder lor a real bui ' 

RBtlUrBt) FROM II OM TO . 

♦ *** Brand new »iu«eoi 
SO/D\J BSQUIMALT bungalnw Thteei 
l*ey* rmvRi* and 3 niewly flnifhed room*i 
In Haternrni Silualed on a large lot Thia 
I* a lately home and ha* ihe nice** 



3 GOOD LOTS 



A new all room aiutrp iiowit 
Wllh three bedroom* tetre 
tamai in the baaamea* Ham 
wopd floor* Oil fumore 
Niret) ftntallpd and dealgned 
High loraiMn at>4 among 
nire hornet o«o<i view Ca- 
-eileni garden <tpM to - 
tiareo and bwa line 



(30RDON HEAD 



Southwell eoroer BhelMurne and 
Rran 43 • 138' each Suitable 
for Ara-rlaat dwcilinga or du- 
plet Barti ggCA 

«or near offer! 

F.ea%« C'wll Ml K:ng. Rrei , B 7004 



rwim*. ton lilrd bathroom* mar>y bwili-in 
teaiurea Bammer.i rootain* a three-room 
revenue-producing aporimre: 

PRICE- $17,800 
HIGH QUADRA 

Aurutiee i.*e ronm bungaloo with beau- 
itlul view from lieing-rnom and maaier 
bedroom Well pianneit and larger rhan 
average ronm* Mrutern 'In every mpe" 
Hardwood flnara tile ainh. copper piping 
Eatra high buement with drive-ip ga- 
rage. Hot-air furnare. 

PuaStSSION M DAVn 

PRICED RIGHT AT $8850 



REVENUE PROPERTY 
$5000 WILL HANDLE 

If *nu need ample iliing *pa> e fur 
family aird a good recenie beetde* 
thciuld »ee ibci one The*e are two i 
•ei'led and a ru-roon> auiie awaliini 
i-vnei A nnlihei! ronm lit the bate 
routd W reiiied gia,, 8ve u* lor par 
iBia r>! the fa*«rahle lerm* ahirh 
aeailanie if neieua-'i On g f O C 
but rn<'-r Full pri'* . $ I 

rieaie A'B tit Vr Aicnek 



APout 1 B'r* nf guibi.d atib fruit rrert, 

• lut tret* ahruU tawn*. aic An eccep- 

• lor.ally nire 4 rouaord bungaiaw with ea- 

reliant auiiiwtldiiigr ail i>- lirtf nou con- 
dition and rfdatr pTebuenC bu* g y CAA 
•ertlr* PRICB $ODUU 

Ftraae 4th for Mr fl*;i 



FAIRFIELD DUPLEX 

Twn-year-oid tiuero duple* Two ro-i-- 
piaiely eif-cnrlained •U'lat •er-aia'e ba*e. 
men! tumacii* at.d garage* Mire grn>iT<d* 
Po«<.eiainn le nr-r or law *.i"e* ran h* 
a**aiieed. Ifatf ca*'- C 1 *J 7ATI 

r-.andlei Chind bxeinr *' ^ lO./Uv 



OAK BAY 

THOMPSON DISTRICT 

PRBRAR BUNOALOW. modernUtM 
(n fiery way Larte attraciiee Jiv- 
int-?narti medium dining -roben. 
two good tiled bedrotrma nice iii- 
rheit With tiled aink. full cement 
ba'vmeiii garate Nice graunda 
with ibrub* CliMe In golf epurae, 
beuh arora* tehool. and but 
'May be aeon by appoiiitmant 

z: $11,600 

Fleaae Call Mr Bcoii Bvm . O Msa 



OUTSTANDING IN 
A LARGER HOME 



Pemberton Holmes. Ltd 

431 FuRT rrnBrr 



An Oak Bar horn* a' 
elgh* room* INI a deubl* 
lol large llelug room dec 
dininc-fwom awnngim and 
biirhew eowr.atalra Atu 
wnrie* room en main ftoor 
Upeiairt three bedroom* 
and bathroom Separate 
ga rage 



TRIPLEX 

OnginoH’/ Built o TripU-x 

Rea'I-- e* ' ‘■•Otlrwr'ed and m aou.ig 
ro*<dU>«oi' ITiree •ear* oM Tv» anew 

• ••II** or fly* ro«**>« »*<-!• B'd nri* *u"* 

of four rrmOH F*-h vui'e IA8 per ram 
**lf-r«i>'* I en heparo-e Mil*' ar-d a*<rr 
"le'*?* 4 p«* Pen-r.rnk- ht'hrenm • "i 

ir»de*<ai waah baamr M»m 1 *'u i*i ee*-* 
re«p*»' yirep'aie* el*.---- range* tiled 

itink* iriloid xnttt Ver>*'<*a blind* nak 
Iflrinri Rrp*r*-- ha*errcr'l« w>'b et>ra 
Irnnmy Aenora'r heatii.a ut all riyoiii* 

• eporaie lo'indre room* mpper pip'ng 1 
gaiaae* nool -en*' r* Mhneing a gi* -I 
>ei>iii> A near ti" 

Ol'tl i"r*--»i«e trir 
**• built fer- »»>e g 
rir*i Itirve for »«>* •' 

'ctl le raplare in..* 

«*Yiimi\« Ai.ymi* 



Or InforiuBliM o«. 'he Abo> e Mar 
B* Obiamad From Victn-ta Hianch 

H. A. ROBERTS, LIMITED 

ms DOUntAR BT I(»r>p "Tfie Ba* . 
FHONR H3I41 

• wt rOVRR RSmSH COlUMBlA* 



Pemberton. Holmes, Ltd 

431 rrjRT STHKirr 



VERNON MARTIN & CO. 

nt MBW WTRtkT PHLINK S a.f84 

$2000 DOWN 



$n,7oo 

BEAUTIFUL CONDITION 
ONLY FOUR YEARS OLD 



HIGH QUADRA 

Seieu-tnnm aemi-bungaUiw Li«ii<i-rowin 
dihtng-room. den and kurhen downttair* 
1'hree bedrixima opd bathroom Wn Full 
ronerne baaemeni Hot-air haotlng Oo- 
rag* aeiiaiate Large lot. 194' i 888. Many 
fruit (reel 

RAfU.r FCMMBSaloN 

PRICE $7350 



NORTH QUADRA DISTRICT 
HIGH 



VICTORIA REALTY 



Lmt Bar Ateiiu* Burvia 
i> itraD decorwied "Uide 
emetit Aeparoie garatr 
aiare* and ttii>*uneial»im 



H.A ROBERTS, LIMITED 

OVRCAN BRAHCH 3M RT4TION 81 



A iii-rowwi liBote of cedar 
rbak»* f-arge l•ltng•raom 
d-nii.g ronm ai.d hitrhen 
ot'h futot Tlirnugl' hall 
Uo44*D rabinel blUhen 

largr bedroom ond Fern. 
broke boihrwom doonaiair* 
bedroom* upato'r* 
Mardwmcl flaora Full 
crwieiti boteman* flarage 

'tot la<d ivn. Wired for elec 
irlc rong* Eatrw Urge 
MH ond good gardei' 



A eery dealrael# boma with toyely 
grnundi White rolontal datign. 
Lovely lleitie-roam dining-room, 
modern kliehen with lll«d aink. 
and matter bedroom on main 
floor t bedroom* up opei' euir- 
• *k Camei'i hotemani with laun- 
Sa ittha. aad. but-waio e haaiiag 
attiein aarden wllh ahad* (reet 
and lawn All ready ui m«v* Into 
Juti a enmplete home with a grand 
eiew of city and moumiina Our 

. $8900 

Plea«e a*k for Mr Waude 



NORTH QUADRA 

Rrsu'itul home in B del'ili', !ui tetuug 
' lock karderu Bad uk* Hu lliak low 
•"de oppeorwhce and U deSnilely tha bet' 
• aiue we hove teen in ihie popular d»> 
irM-c (or omle o hmg time FUlmed lo 
!»k* in good new- ih* Itvina-rcmm. d'n- 
■ na-rohm and kilrhen attend along ihe 
bJoaoUw* rrontage two badrviomt. Fam 
broka boihroom and larga laundry roiin 
Fiill baaemant. CMI-O-MaU* olr-cpndiiioiied 
iiraunt Lone aiiorhed laraar plaaiared 
riniah l«t la larye. mealy Undtraped 
ftnO wiip Urge park-aka groundi a' bark 



.*46 A 3H 

MODERATELY PRICED 
THREE-BEDROOM HOME 

H<th lorouoi. rlooe U» ttbooU and lioi.* 
POrlatiPn m Saanich TMo home u pnlt 
lowr year* old ond it on a atrtei of net 
horn** S'lme pgcbraiing needed inalda 
but the price la gCTnn 

•fly $5700 

Uattflg No A 434 

EASY TERMS 

Cream aidi'M bung*, no^ of fli* reoma ai.g 
Mtra ipam in botamoni Thta homa u alt- 



DUNCAN ond COWICHAN 
DISTRICT PROPERTIES 

SMALL HOME 



JAMES BAY DISTRICT 
NEAR MACDONALD PARK 

lungalow ronlainiKg hall, living-room 
llning-ypum ton badrowwaa, kitrban wii'i 
olhroom off Heeled by etoreo Recently 
adarorwlad with earepalow of one bed- 
oeWL OwrSen wtih enma fruit treeo. 
FCdMBSSlON PBRRVARY 31 

PRICE $4200 



$16,800 

WANTED URGENT 



Modern Muogelew li> bn a»crlir-ii 
location Pit Ilia ouukiru of Din 
can Three rooma, eumotioiit n« 
iiif-fwom kitchen, laraa bedroom 
and bathroom One aert of land, 
well-kept garden An eKtremal? 
well-bwilt home City iigM and 
water and r*aronahIy 
prieed at $3(JUU 



BUNGALOW IN 
CALIFORNIA STYLE 



H. A. ROBERTS LIMITED 

Ills DOtXU-AS STRXrr 'Oww. “Tha Bay"' 
Fhen* 8 3147 

‘ WB rovBR BHrnsR coLmniA - 



low arid rambling, thi* 
Farmioitda-ttpe howM haa a 
mawi Bitrwetlea appearanra 
lory* lleliig-rwM dining 
room and very roneepieni 
*"rh*i' Three bedrooieil 
Big'rumpwa room In bate 
meni. Hardwood floor* r^^m 
per piping Bxtu Uell*! 
41 088 moiifage 38 data' 
poM***lon A Nteale loea- 
tlen In 
Oak Bay 



THE ROYAL TRUST 
COMPANY 

1383 OOVBRNUXHT ST 141. 

Mimber Real BataW Board at VicUrlW 



Rithet Consolidated, Ltd 

r.iabilthed fill 

Mrmhei Real ffaiaie Heard ul Vteiar'l 

nil WARF rr pifiNt n twt 

K'rr.lnt 

Mr Cwk'ai ra B IfWi M* Ra.rher <1 V.>*4 



COWICHAN BAY 



Valuable walerfroni piuoari,. coi>- 
tiitiof of four-room bun<aipw w ih 
Uting-rowra and adminlng eerai.da. 
overlooking the Ray. Two gnod-i ted 
brdinocw* tparwu* cebi'iri klirhen 
-with ail range, ihrea-pieee Fem- 
brobr baihromn Hewly da.oreled 
Double fir flwor Koreilent water 
aupply Immediate CA7r\n 
piHaeaaiau Price 



LAKS HILL Rfaiid r.ew aturwo bungalo’ 
lu a new aubdhitlon. all new home* Fiv 
tv»e|y rum* modern in every •etpen 
Pi.l. baaemer.' fiirnora and cat*** Wh 
F*i mot* for It* eouirairnt In 
oaatrie'''. Yalot here wiu laei 
diminUb. 

Ffic# 



ONE YEAR OLD 



Mr ImaiU. U OHS 



GILLESPIE. HART 



NURSERY MAN S SPECIAL 

FOtIR-KOOM BUNUALOW rii)*e U Hi* 
«•*. un e Urge lot Wllh maiiy eapenaiva 
ahrub* Hei-eeiar healed freennoua* well 
m Piked with (lopular bedding plant*. *« 
tnreme of 111 per month frum a eeay 
ruttaM on the adfalning property. Thi* 
la valuable propery, ar.d ahnwa a rully 

$10,500 



Wh.la *.iiu»g home with Urea tirtag-rum 
ia« bMireemi and cootua' kliehen Fut' 
ranieiii baeamen' farai* and imi'*i 
lurnatr «-.■*# i* achoM and iraiitm.iia 



$8400 



KER & STEPHENSON 



MIXED FARM 



RANDALL'S 

OAK BAY 
GOOD LOCATfON 



$6850 



fM’A'XRH'dRVT •THS4T- Ire tbwV- eecnin. 
boAlaeatdari and with ornamental hMiic« 
we after a-.rluaitely Ihia retidencr of ait 
reom* rii'*f »o *e*. lUaron Hill >**¥ 
and wBlktri di*tai>re u city Raa.denee 
rompflaei lane ilting-ronm wiUk llrepUtfL 
dlnina-rwem wiih firaplue pa«a pwntry to 
brigni anraetiea kitchen three. mere balh- 
nw with Hie flour all on main noor 
Two nice bedroom* up Full bataraeni 



VIEW ROYAL 

***47ly half arri ail fenrad 
and Improved Modem aioecu 
bungalow with four gwod-ataed rowwi*. 
plua eatra cunroom Separate atween 
garage Hot-air piped ^veat View ot 
waier 



t*nnf HfW 



LIMITED 

Member 4Ual Baiaie Boonf wf Vinoeig 
988 OOVCRHMBMT VT 



nld BW aate d m the be»i part nf the OAR 
RAY OIHTRKT Full ba**mtni wllh drive 
l« garagr Rr* ihla for a modern home In 
a gnnd duirtct 

WB BTAT OPBH ALL DAT RATOROAT 
F W kfOORB * CO 
419 Aobnaan Btreet Fhon* B7I4I • 1 8041 
Beeringt 

B Armitrnog. O 1818 and 
R A MirhaaL B 4734 



FHOHC O 4ir 
HktM FRonaw 8 3833 and B 8438 



Reu'h af Iht Avenue eituated •*• 
a rica Burner lut. vurlew* fruit 
iree* Cln*# lu arhuni and ahnp- 
pf.g cetilre thi* flvr runm bwn- 
gal'iw wi'h full batemen* t* 



LANGFORD 



Sew and ailroellve BTWCCO RUNOAl-OW 
In Ihia poMUi diairkk Cabloel klUhen 
h%ih. urou ^ j^AA 



$6975 



P. R. BROWN & SONS 
LIMITED 

VICTORIA S FINEST HOMES 

UFLAMDF 



irtr:..,:. $6800 

OAK BAY 
SPACIOUS R<X)MS 



LAKOFORt) filth lixauoei mvriu.kina 
hthwar and lake One of Hi* muer peau- 
’■ful view* on iha h'gtiway loveir eorn- 
.••r' b*ifi*aluw (ompnte* «iiinf--w>m 
dioetie kitrben. I piece baihmom and *wn 
bedroom* *', arrea with rear boundary pti 
propoaed new hlghwav. I.and*rap*<) 
den and torn* frull Oarata aepattu 
ran be purchoaed with halt taah or nwr.#- 
will irade for auitabte cKv praueriy 
Ff.ro, ittri’igiwg FXXCA 

ranae eirluaiv* Haling- $005U 

Ho. in 



Boyne & Normington 

II F*mb*rt«n Bldg .I7p On* Flight' 
nr nitSI Rea n 4U4 • O Ikdl 



Biluaied in a Ihriv.ng Village of a 
farming cwmwiuniir Large •tnt* 

• ell eguipwed. includipg walk 
rafngertioe panH delivery trurk ^ 
Omea turnover rtf 141 889. etoch ot 
48-098 Living avarierv of ftve Urge 
inume and Mihronm ReK-ne a* 
a gwlng concarp. Including prow- 
atit building, ea’iipmeni and 

$18,500 



$7900 



€70nA FOUR- ROOM BHHOAL099, 
)-30wU Vlctufia Wvat diairici Liv- 
ing -ruum Ion bbdrooma nlra larga bli- 
chen. balh lallel Reparair fuel ihad 
Oargen wi'h fruit tree* TBRMA BARLY 
F(«BBfMtOri 

m 40Cn-<<)*(30VA BAT KXAR TUB 
ABA Verr prgllv atucew bwn- 
Miew 'Inriudlng furniture, which ta near- 
ly new- Llvlug-riwm 3 bedroepta. I 
Mirh*" with breakfaat n«Mk ' 

In balh Berelleni lot, 
urbu" eurroundlngt. Taie* 

PORBSaBION 

FAIRHILD DI0TR1CT Hewi 
th« aea and tTancpurtailwp 
iluccx bontalow Uving-roem 
ir* 3 bedreem* hardwood 

klirhen bath arparam ieliet 
rnt wi'h futnare TBRMB 



Of Iht Arei'U* II. IP* 
loie I*, lawn* gatil*.i and 
Ihia gTaiitl heme «f eight 
rooma ha* eetra larga living-rAwm 
iiinruum den dlr.inp rrwtdk liirte 
large bedroom*. ihree-Rie.* and 
<WA-pi*re baihroom, euol ••okrr 
ard lair* only « i i CAA 



THREE B£DR(X>MS 



eomer 



HIGH L(XAT10N 

IXAA Ftrtt-ciaaa dioirict Bit-mow 
'OvU bungalnw OU-O-Maii* hat 
water heating Coowur piping Twa 
unflntehed roam* upeietr* VUw p 

aee 

HIGH QUADRA 

iCAA Terr a'ltactitr r. early nee 
ffve-rnom bungalow larga 
room*, hardwood riodve The houaa 
la aiiualed on * hlUtow with a won 
derfui Ttew of aea. mountain* am 
rhe rill Coe* lo foaxl ahppping dH 
tna-t, tigntpnria'Mp and echonU Im 
media'* orriipar-r' An etrelleni buy 
Roe Mr Maim*. Br** , B 1811 



OAX BAT A OC8IRABLB ROMX la khti 
flvu-room modem nocro bungaloo Hui 
ntc« llftog-rpnm rrenrh doart u family 
tiBu dlnlng-roam, fuU naioment and fwr- 
nro,- hkfdwood fWura garage Owivei 

larga wfywpHd ran give aarly poaaaa- mocAA 
l-plera bum- 4*08 * f«4l Bowd buy far ^YDUv 

with Ihat real aub- - . 

414 BARLY ^f***TII MAORA DISTRICT Btuoro bun- 
galow wMh five ronm* on naio floor and 
on eilra badroom npatalra ~ 
fumae* i * • " 

raw five 
neateealon 



For funber portlculara or "i* 
oboe* write ne phone thir.can 
Branch 'Dunean 3i4. or Sienlnai 

B 4141' 

Or thformtlion Mar Be Obtained 
Fmen TM'oria Branch 



HIGH QUADRA 



$5500 



CLOSE TO TOWN 

48 ArreA g:ih 3A oerva ft**red Buitabir 
f« dairy or rrni*. Tm arre* i>a( cleared 
nffrr* a waiiderf'.l nnpurtupi.y five aub- 
d'.'»i-r. a' a tnM proRr pmall Imuae 
iB't* hart, aed niher n-.«)e|. g- rp, 
nropefy Dairy hrvd •»« farmina eatuip 
men- may be purrhaaed - .5 . 
>epara(*le Fr>e* jZA.UUU 

i.>«ti'ie Hn 4 API 



$8500 



H.A. ROBERTS, LIMITED 

1113 OOLTOLAB ST 'Opp The Bay 
FHOHB R3181 

"WX COVKR HRITtBH COLUMRIA ‘ 



WATERFRONT 
TEN MILE POINT 



A. S MILLER 

> BT Bmpir* IR33 

Autd LUbllity Inauronc* 



Rerlu8*d »e*ei roow* aiward bungalow 
priva’e hvarp with ea**il*ni anrhurag* 
ahaiierrd lu'auon uU h*a< 4ut-« «»f ihe 
fr« prcperilee now atalibble In Ihlg dea.r- 
able 'ealdanUal diotrlei a • t Qfkf\ 
Fnaaetaaon Pb gat* } lOrOUU 



*ZOCA JLBILBB Hf^rnAL 'w* »LAr«i 

Bii-ioom bungalnu, largr liv- 8*ai BJiaia 
ing-ronm wilb firop'ora. dlnlng-iMHW three' 
hadrnepia large klirhen. new enamel tink. 

■ aluve Inriuded' 3-pre haihn'em Hull 
baaemeni. lurnara LwvolT gkriMn with, 

■hrub* and aunken pngl Tai»* 41n . 

TCRMS. TMMBDIATB FOiMSBION 1 

C70CA •TIKTO BirROALOW WITH' 

9/yD\J AFFROX. 'A ACRB All ip 
gardaw ahrub* and rywlt tree* Living-' 
room den wuh firvp'are I badronnu. ' 
rdmldrlakie k1i(h*i'. 3-pi*ra bBlKwn 
effbetil bbadmeni gurag* mivwevi 
hnwad II frur* tree* apwie, Mum peer 
peach. Raapberrte*. laigana biaekberrM.- 
Moe* curr#' la Bireilent aurreurdlng* 

BARUr F0S8M1ON 



Only Four room bungaloo 
- - - Ollh bothroem Rltuaiad wff 
•earwrh Rnad BMarlv rouple faread 
«e" er'ounl lU-healih Stelualv* 
Immedli'r puaae avion 

i SECLUSION AT 

MOUNT DOUGLAS i,. * DEEP COVE 

jl*a Arrva Hotia* rotHama Hvtrt-ruem 14 
Set nw a beautiful I'* art* treed Im. aar- * t* ft . with tirwplace dinlng-roMU 14 
rnunded by lovwly flowerbeda, la a hem* * I* ft . klirbew. ihrpe-pleew bathroom 
nu'R hr orowd tn owr It.astmittp wt g ; Owotoiro Mipgp budr a am a hsS Sremtng. 
bddroewv*. a mriari 4 pMce baihroom. ['•w'" tawni and garden In good order 
, [large kllrhM wired for uleririral rang* 'Clay lenria eobrt Bplenitid wa'er (upwli 
p larg* liviwg-romB wllh oaX flwar* with deep well Hu baeumeni TTila la ah aiirar 
a panel riaioh and large flrewlare t wan-ill"* wruMrly. CXCLORtVS seeArv 
dinette a uUlliv ruMP wllh *ei luba lAOtHTS Fr1r- $55UU 

WRTm QUADRA DISTRICT Thi* hdoa* la tiei walgr heated A Wp*-^ -e^„rw 

Thf* lovely nau atpced ban- r*u Bwntg* wHh ample aman* for gbeai-t 

$I0'500|,. GILLESPIE, HART 

BY THE SEA „„„ , „„ 

A bewiitifal l-roMh Rwaae bwm M H H A - 
4'andard*. I•r*•e< #4 a aew Beoalmali < 

aubdivtaMa AU w»ar aetghbwra hatw ■ 

imari beaM two Win teD S O A CA 

fMi, furnivhed fM $y450 QABELDU a. MAY. LTD 

WATERFRONT LOTS otter Sy.iu.iv.ty 

VIEW ROYAL .K. Fla. Rdawtence Rnnwn ev 

1 1 WOODSTOCK AVE 

"• ■" “"-ir" — « •«' ~~ 



VERNON MARTIN & CO 

738 TTE* miFFY FHOHg R 41«* 



Thi* rvrui( der'.ra'ed hwm* I* *11- 
•lated rinee lit weuM *al! «mall 
family or r«up> Upaiair* ** 
rer'ed at |73 M. dnwnatair* 

r.;r o':;?:::;" $4700 

ran Ur Onnahev 



P. R. BROWN & SONS 
LIMITED 



CADBORO BAY 



%>ifn«ld etgM-room famlir liumr 
*3 >798 large grorfhd* magnlflren' ^ t 

I kSir* efb View Otl he*’ S I 

O ••II 



M A.’m*ir»nt 
W L naike 
A R Hanree 



$8950 



MODEST-PRICED HOMES 
EASY PAYMENTS* ' 



QUADRA 



GORGE 

HIGH L(XATI0N 



Mr lam* F 73Wb Mr Wivheti o«m 
Member Rr*i ■•••le ||.mfd uf Tiriri * 



e.*e eandiaMo 
vine iroer i 
raah 43 pM 

Aivair>| price 



a I OCA beUf'.* IM per mtmlh 

> iROUbur* a SIX RCIOM BOHOALrOW 
near CSMTRAL FaRK • CACA 



HI(3H QUADR7T 

Ldvwlv mudem eiurro b H * .pg>M nam 
•f fear rawey* *''d -< :>r-'r_Haa flreviaei 
hatdsass ti*ma», u" 

• i(h' ft a f'lrnnce I 
Terv ntre garden 
RtlKlCSD nUCt OF 



Five runm i'urrw bU'aaiaw ovi] 
three <**r* a>d Wt** living 
vm-m uiiT Owen firepl*'* Frenr 
danr* leading l<> i.irv eta* dlnirg 
runm modern ai;»i.er w.'b lil 
e.nh lh*:i baremen' furnare an 
eaira. fintelvad 



$7500 



$9750 



JAMES BAY 

■ Hand *l»>fwum buneamw «*i 
Pall ba*«meri' faraare Oa 
•eafrrwif Caab 13 koa 



THE YORKSHIRE 



$7500 



$7500 



$5250 

P R BROWN & SONS 
LIMITED 



Included 1 
frwil trtua 
ORLT 



TWO HOUSES 



Sew^ F. A Fiitaimmone 
THI RMFtRB JkRAUTT CO. LTD 
'Mgmber pf Tlridrla Rdol Bkia-.e BMfd 



ACltR iJkJIO Oaf ila-rM.r.1 temi-bwh 
e*,nu wr b*»e*n#n' and feraace w>U 
,2MMUrlATB F*i«saBir.yH CNber butvea 
leu hae four rwvm* and ba'biuum lenaev 
»i 338 per muniB Tww Barogd* owm 
iMOIIWfl. taonaii. cime |- - - 

Is M'le Circle 
F"7LL rRKR FYIR 'HKf! 



An r*-c:imt t« n..r leHWe Uf *u|bi 

faama and rumima r«um m bead- 
mr^ All r«mat* at* weira large, 
wm 4 hachwom* fi*>ue* tbruwchaul 

nr*, ^42,^ 

rail Mf OitpheM 

VACANT 

FERNWOOO DISTRICT 

Fif*-rd«m bw ngwi aw ndwty deaw- 
ra'ed loaid* wM wind ouMIrldW 
•WUM# Bd'h uwd IMm ewpurate 
Fjmwuemm! $4700 



■eldbiiahad tIM 

lawp Real Suor* RoCrg n.eeT1prn*1a 

FRoAo sr n»!'iHr wtiti 

Svenir.gf 

Fri*a O 3419 1*. tnri'b ■ »»3i 

OTuwie Q 1371. Mr MfUet. ot3i* 
Mr Burtdw Jt S 1I»1 



$8950 



$7500 



esquimalt 

nCLCSIYB . 

,443 30FFR8 STRSIT-W* ar* pe.vUeged 
Id dftee far eat* Ihli rte«t and ;e*y FviVR- 
ROOM ST Utlt) BtTHOAtOW Uvlag -ow« 
, with flrepldcw twu gawd bavfroam* mudam 
■ kiMtagw H u aa uN n Fwmbrnbd bwfbruum 
, glM c bed maUbine garage TbM IMngaidw 
how been n*wTv deruraied ar>d la RSADT 
To Mova IH Hfeutv tamed etaee In ahww- 
wing nenir* arvg ten-rnin«(e bwa aervtru 
Ruti^l* fdt army naey and dCZAA 
dWKkyard perkownei Prira R^OUU 



OAKLANDS DISTRICT 

Very allracuv* .*,te rwum e*oar Oidtr-f b«a 
gaiew. Cwt>*«eta of Ireuagowaim thi«u bud 
I rawnia rubinui aiwbew w.^h Mderw am* 
Femurak* ba'bgpmw UiOHy ' 
'CmBdliUMved H A futuae* D 
Hiee garden A FIKB noMI 
FRAXIMATSLY t TSARB 
' OU> FCLL FRICS 



$9000 



$4500; 



Wa.eifrani Bi uAtod at ih 
ate tnln Thi* wuU-bwitt 
aifv* uf larga imM-ruMB 
rwwwo. Pi'.chdw wtib awnb 
baihrwam Full baaament 
eery fine gardem uheru 
d«wn <h* water a edge 
an aMe.* 



iiH <*r*ta rsRHwono arwa boimm NfcWSTcAD REALTY 

■ bwfigataw Tbrmitb ball firvataew 

itamblng Bodadauiv LM MalSd Tot STIN Bveningt O IBfl 1814 MkOAO ST 
WtfR MMooin If deeirwd Kaira 
ronm tmmedtatv womeeawei It 888 
H Batahee 438 



$7900 



FAIRFIELD 



$45001^ 

rural homes 

F|H91Brari. fubr rooma and wdwb: fuu nWO HtW BinniAlOWB-MODOR 

smotalng a daBQhifwl kiaeban TXaauugb- — — - - - 

w meduen wbtM paaee* tiegi taa rkmvg 
gwrdun fuemd Farlaci ewwdKtaei tRPtde 
and met Turma Frtee ipelwd- # aTAC 
Mg RrrwRwvw and igilpmeiil 

BRANS S FARTRfDOS 
«l FemkuOid Bldg B 181 1 • B Met 



# aACA fH Meat aim 

l-muwved bvmgaiae 
m#m. dluing ruwm 3 bodruomt. I 

Far,iry and bwihrgwm Qo>rk md 

C7^AA 04STRKT 

^■JDAAJ S-rwewMg btj'fg k uu i 
tm Dmaaaa ga'ag* pYalt |ree« 
hangtae Sbfkei 



JAMES BAY 
QUICK POSSESSION 

It win be a Fleaeviru *• tavuv * 



Ldeele new a-rwam*4 bwogitaw atiwaied 
aw*m<g aak iroe* Br'rarva* haa Ivwa tie 
tag vaam f.c*ea «m diatng rwuau twu guud 
kddreamm wub eery attyoetiva 4-«ae* bwUv- 
roam p dr*«m k'.tebew and atU'iy rwum < 
apwUegi hlgb aevilwt aaau a tawi wim iww- 
rar garo#* TkOltpUTB rrmcmMl 
•aeu rd W fpwS mowey by weufr u mm bufovUi 



$7400 - 

(ThH la a amdern buugaiow euwaiod In 
,!be Onrgu dUVtar. ‘ •wnetating af Imng. 

Ifwuwi dJnigg-TWum twu bwdrawma birrbdn, 
fuur-wama buihruiw and garage 



P R. BROWN & SONS 
LIMITED 

SttabUBhed >Wi 

kleavbee Heal biaaa Itaaed uf Tirkuria 
118 BROAD ST FHOHB O Ht1 

lYunWSl 

4r OTuudt « 1311 • Mr Frtak. O MI8 

It MlMpy. OMia > Mr VtataR. BM88 



'C»-« 4 rwu m * with flrwatedu aad 
ImnHrra baiarawm 



$4500 



$4200 



$8500 



MARA, BATE & CO LTD 



GEORGE RANDALL 

13M HQMfWdR STRCri O I 



HUMPHRIES REALTY 

BH PORT SnUST . - FMQSM B8I 






HOl'bCS FOB lAtB 



HOt'BCS FOB 8 BLB 



Boi'ses FOB AAl^ 



FINANCE 
CORPORA! ION 

iLOVATTl. LTtP. 

«] ButuuKu. m porV 1 

raOKB O 41 M 



HEISTERMAN — E 4161 

OUR 84 TH YEAR 



«r* krt fkkMd M •ttPi 

M *•* •»» 



LOOK 



3 -ROOM BUNGALOW 



MR. ond MRS. HOME BUYER 



tsw Tmn FAIUI- Lo«»U« U Ua«f«r« 
«]»utc 4 . TlM fftm MnatiU *r KfM 
MpmiMAWly 1 » MfM aM *«h 

•bi« tof MrtcuUurftl u 

ky bMuUltii u«M. *p*t«tin>«uir 
■ OMMt lM> of Mioobu (labor TiM-rt U 
m itfMff aoh-tyia a« 4 «ra k«f>«Blo« (h/' 
reusAoB br ooaMt potiM Till* baua 
o-MtM ho MmI for b tlolih— a m 4 ho* 
OimMo obnoo. bib* hbm «lib oUtor «yi- 
hu>i 4 iat« Tb* pfbportr rontbUu opproit* 
abtoly •Mb( stin of hriAlo «oU>« bud tM 
p-'<»ortj! itad* MMtl M di»d« rbMhJRd 
T><« prsrctty >« oitnin M bIbuIm 



REVENUE PROPERTIES 



S 4000 



Va» Bb 7 horo (aardlbto pobboMian bl 
ihu very bti/beilvo bt >4 laaocuioi* b«oc<i. 
MB* Livina-rboa. 4 inkt<*i 0 b^ too bod- 
room! biid MthtMa 4 o*fl Thro* hod- 
room bbd hbUir’ioa up llbydopod (lobri. 
full bbMaont. hot-oaior hobUno •OU'O' 
Mbuo Wpbid aabo MobJ lop-tbaily 
ivoBb, Oooo to k 1 c Ann 



HERE ARE FIVE 
OUTSTANDING HOMES 
IN FIRST CLASS 
RESIDENTAL DISTRICTS 



TUo riooiotr Uttli hotoa yoo ho*« mo In 
b lone «Mio Cbn bo boufbt (urtuabod bi 
M «M High kxbtlOB Lot MaM Bopb- 
rou gbrbgg CKirtofl boOM. 



ditMOiod W iAMB^ BAt, thU u 

WKoi.lod bi.d b oo( Utofn I'l 

VP’> Ml mvMUuiii iliu hoao bbi TWu 
BL'ITBA. osch roiiloO bl | 7 T 90 KOoiMi 

Wlibici Jbldb ol p*»k ho 

bl prowiil. hill bvO<« d U> good 
bnd mbbM till* b tbU 
;i Mbifflrnt Fri'O 

P.(«M oai fur Ur ll«bi*« 

OUT* C*«ni(.gi. CM 47 



e men pown bib rr> 
> I Z 3 U rrvx KooMB i< 
lam u hbCbt br.d th*oB<i« 1 
.arto bnd hrighi. Lorgo M. 
IMo. Tbiog Mh Bbiboco i 
r«st. Foaofaalso l*o oorAb. 



ubdiUb*' 



NEAR MT. TOLMIE — $6500 

Ppucoba roay bod toafanbblo u Uii* 
TWO-VBAB-UUi huMgbWo. (ooluni.« 
apbriotia U> :«-ropa «.tb .>bk Oobra 



MOUNT TOLMIE 

‘Hiu hand'pow tu-room b jr taii;« it a<* 



Tbay brt (brtfblly bi>d dtfmuoly 

o«.riA poor obifg lb Uiapofl hoforo do- 



$9450 



ULU WK»r ROAD A irn 



dribo •( Vlel^r'.t E*f! 



JAMt'.. bA 



gv»d fit noort. nooly puaiorrd Oi- 1 | 
B>rM «l Ibioly grouRd Mbit trro Ui gtrapn | 
•Hti rbopi/omot itrooborr.ri ond oU'tr. 
fruit Btinr trail tr**t WotM* rlpbrla 
Bblonco in goon uwboT 0 «m ■•'M* fburl 



ir«i pl IlM aunllki) b‘>d 
T 1 )-« iKiaif hba BtOttt 
R«>uM». rUHhUMBU 
»b'h pouRi Ntgr itbroi 



CbD Mr Oroon, Bvtntngi O JUT 



Titaa Cbn 
PWbM ba* r->.' 
b glTk ‘Etti 



rooa. too hodronai kilcTfn ond ibrto- 
pitib hbitiroom PuU hbaooiaei oitb hot - 1 
bir (umbco BxjtbUd OB b gbud-altod lot 
oitb totorbl fruit Iroot tlodo to troai- 
|i«r-.btiBO. turM bsd acbooL ^ I 

^^<%M^rtVB-BODM BOMB IN TNK 
«OOUU rmt with iinng-rooa am- A 
ing>r«oa too good-bUbd hodrooma bnd{f‘ 
fileo bright htirhtP Rail romom bba -|1 
mtfii oitb good lurubto bivd laundry i* 
trayb Too-rooa boJI'tsttibintd tolt* In | >< 
ibp bbamont oitb RBVSNUB u( tM m i ^ 
aonUi. Tbit hono u Miubttd on o good l D 
jdonbla loi bnd U bandy lo iIotm and ■' 
I (rbnoponaUoo 
I Mr. Bbodoa 



vitb glUchatf root. Oordm trood. Imat- nrf^hfnho twib and tbowor. cahinti kit- 
ditto pobbbtcioa. CIO nnn oapl* i-upbuttda 

rri«o ) I y>UUU .X. rlbobd tuin iMd lo too mart rooay 

'btaruooM. Kordoood fldora UirouilMDi— 
OOBAB-PIvo-rona «tui« ttutoa hungb-ipM. lha upbiblrt hodibonu liiciudad 
Iso «iU> full Matot hbMOttni iMtt'bIr Good full riarnt batoBont «Hb koragb 
boat. Tbio boaa hag rahlntt hihbto triih pipo<i bn».air lurnaro and ti (ubt Th« 
itiod bln* too btdrooeib. Ibrot^ltrt Paa- ' Uv^glinti it rbnipp and you U bgrot ii a a 
brnha haihrabM, Itnlabad looB! )a boao - 1 - eMy - -omh tarly poaaodaion ai lb« r«- 
aanl. bardoeod floon Thto u a aatn- a«cfd prlra tf 1 A AAA 



and t«u-vloct batbrooa wiUi gyparaio 
loiltt (Si>«r. uhtintabod 0 -tona awiia up- 
BlAiSb- iMd OHpib Of >14 a bii habdi. 
Puli baatBPi.i «iUt Boarijr-nao bo 4 blr 
pipad turnaaa, laundry traya and garagr 
tparo Urgt tol. Tam MAM. lama- 
diaia poaaPtaibB Tormt. 



N^AR JUBILEE 



lUbbdbbbiy pncid at 



HIGH QUADRA 



m> RBOAD 



gnmoda Uvlbd-ropa dlnina-rooa. kit- 
<uan and drit and aitti porrb doan TTrar 
badmott* up Onuhir plumblru Pull ba»» 
a*n vtb laundry i>itat and htK-air fur 
iitro Paparai* gattfo A tral but P«a- 
aiBiUiipa for goad imnur Baif 



Ido-raar-old aU'ror'Bi giuo<M bungb<o« 
rlooo M aebMl apd iranatiorto' lOa Homa 
cvtdltta af UflBf'ioba oilb Pronrb doort 



$7500 



Into dlalng-rpoa. aodarn glicnou. laun- j 
•iryrooa. too bodronnu and lour-olara j 
bothroua dooo Or.t flnlabad bodrvoni up 
ond on# unflniibod Bardaond A«on hut- 
pir haai Pull tyiaont boaomont. Too I 



IN LAKE HILL WE HAVE 

vary tPtan tifa-rooa alucco bungalu 



PAOkPIBUy— Hioa-rooa IdtoUy laid out 
far rooaiag bouoo purpar t . Pt*g rooaa 



c 1 1 r\f\r\' ^ htauiuui 

I I fUUvi' t-ruoiB atutro aaml bunga- 
knv'*b yra old with largo tun da<'k «*or- 
i<H«klnc Ourga a-alora Tbig baao liga 
atoryrhing «aa built lor tht o«n»r «kb 
llif boat of mairriB.. Hat a loooly rtmm 
in tho bagfiprni «||b Draolarg A hoar 
aoU bill »gnt Id opb 



5 ROOMS— OAKLANDS 
$6500 



roomi. Bntrouoo hall iiotng-moa dmit.a. 
room. biloNrn •*« bodruoma ond tilod 
hoihrooa Canrailod atalrvoa to iarga 
Ariihad renn up Pull baaoBiei-i Aped 



$90001 



kUOH QOAORA - Lootly foally homo of 
w* 0 B rooau oitii full aaeni hboamont. 



e I •> AAA - 'IF'C’JCR’* BI»-RfV)M 
2 >I-J.UUU 8 TVCCO HOMB OP PRP 
WAR CONNTRtrcnON ComprUad of Una 
patio, rraflO'ii gntraaeo bon wilb li**- 
Plato ana aloakrooa Tha Iiaing-rurpi 
It M faot bp M feet olUi fin* Urga Nrr- 
tdaou ond lotBod bp 0 garit-aiM dlning- 
roocB Both raaaA haru luU oak flaoca. 
’nirougti ball to bQ-olortrie kurhen «nd 
braakAtl roma Tvo loaaty bodruoma •Uh 
valk-la redar-llard elraoii Pour-piorr 
•IMIlr baihrana Alt main room* bar* 



leon buriga- 
oav ciipdl- 
harJoaod 
ing. rhara< 
a apirndtd 

$9000 



iv< ’ t" It homr oitb k)U < 
tmaU lot Uiing rwba a<id 
OpT'i Irtlu ao'li wUiOt. la-g* 
pantry, loo brdiuodia aitb I 
lo»rt tlnial -*4 aif‘ P-iU li 

bei-oir hrailr.g uiiii d g*' 

airm Pof bi';iviii’m»i • *• 

*oll Mr IbornoMr OiH' 
O 4111 • 



RIU 41 DB~ ATe.room riurto bUhgBl'yv 
«>ih fiiu caeiaol baaaiant. bM-alr (nr- 
aaro garage and laundry traya In bate 
maul. Thta homa haa light fir flnera and 
U apotlaaly cltoa. CeCAA 

Bnae loraib >OOUU 



I ruicat broakfa>i npok with o glarloua 
neo Thereg aUo a iRillty romo «i*h ai 
I tuba and Ironing board off ibo bitcbon. 
at aeU bi a baarmenl wKh a pipod fut- 
'nare. and a largo alUchad gargga 
jOroundf atr lardpapad. bbd aboat ttPoe 
nth haadrn. Tho luU CAdCA 



«ge in baa^ 
V't* v-ra** 

■ Bvrtuiiga 



baaemont oitb f'lmara roea v'*>i Otl-O- 
Mallc tumaea Uundry mea and fvn a*Ar 
Bi« room# *n.tra u a a epar aia gara ga anf 
roal nim grounilt IMlCmtATB POftRICB 
SION 

Mr MeOiill*Tty. V*enirga B IlM 



homo* CViod oalua oi 



no L'NioN bijn 



$ 3200 — FULL PRICE 



FAIRFIELD 



$9450 



Ml* -Bntahod a knotrp ant 



Arvruaa bwagaloa oiib rlotod tiolrt lo 
• *o Plot* tlmahed r«eM op Bntrar>a 
hail firoplaw. baaoatnt. luraact. aap- 



pytr* 



<.*ire leifltory. Haa*«<i.ebla 
• l'-'’il'*ea a-‘ ntl'Jirt anil 



HtiiiaUd on guorttr a^a 
Prleo 



$6850 



TUDOR HOML 
BEAUTIFUL VIEW 

DaligbKul iMHPt with Oil-O-Mai 
water hteiag twp aaibrpwBi* 4 bt 
loailjr tivmg.raoBi. atra dtj<ing*ro( 
alib littplaro. tiinrtmp and *tr 
ern ki'rhen Situalad n> a uni<i 
ting at'b a au.-ideflul t>ew of 



HAGAR'S 

OAK BAY SPECIALS 

OAK BAY 
OIL-O-MATIC 

Bi'ua'ad an a ouie* i>r*ei • 'tr Oab 
Bar Hloh Brhot^ Uwa b>iimm a>ae>u 
- iinma rnniaint 1 Mdroom* ba'ii- 
room. ni<4 Uviug-teoa with mn. 
ner'in# dining-room a-piee* btih- 
raiun Mi*a ruapoa room with bar in 
lha baarmenl OIMl-MotIc b«4 air 
furnarg and car apart Ctf>(^A 
BarIr pnaat'Ol'ui Tanna 

• MOM rath will bai.ifl*' 



CHICKEN RANCH 



NIOH qfDRDRA-Aia.rooa aal-bungaUw. 

f ill reaaeni baaeo-eni. hat-oir heal Can- CbnaUta of four mniaa and a yery hire 
oitling of kltchaa, Uting-raom. dlnlng-'tunrnom Tho rnomo art largo and al- 
yrwai. ena bedraem up and ona Wdroomllrarllia and ihere'a a 4-aca baih and 
down Throa-plera balhroam with mra|ph^ff. not>dlr lumare. dottbla garage 
waah bagin. imaodlato podgooaiun TbU Twa egrellint Undarapod Uit and a flew 
proporty U priead CeeAA *** Hrihg-rooa and kitrben 

to an al bDDUU It a )wi 4S y*ara aid. awer aoupiod 



IHg broperty haa a wail-buiU family < 
hga*. of &>• rooau Baaiiotta hall U«- i 
ing-rooa with fireplare One bedroom 
down. Largo kltcben with good MrClorr ■ 
range Tae-piere both dowa Two bed- 



JAMES BAY — 5 ROOMS 
$4200 



A eaai«a<-t PlVK-KOCHil BbNriA'GW •>'» 
l<*lug-rwo(B diiting-roi>B (wa nearooma 
Bllrheu and pai>iM eCUan and neai 
Atpatair gaiage. nice garden c>lOAA 



ran bo haadled tvlth appfoilauuly II Mb 
balaaco oo eaay forma. 



Today, ua Rirbmnna near Ijtnadnwn* 
W* hear II a --rmd ” Well haea all de 
laiU Oil Monday an ii you want a boat 
la Ibig digtrlet aoaio in and tee tia 



ESQUIMALT 
CRAIGFLOWER ROAD 



$3950 



faubliiltcd >114 

•M View rTKxrr pkoni 

Bvenlnga BltllorOPMI 



Satan new a<ueen homa nl Ihiae ranm* 
and aa large loi. MilM An Ideal am -up 
lur a amatl torbey or rhifken rancti Thu 
eoey lliilg home haa tiflng-room. kli-ben 
ona bodrooa and laraa utility room, thrae- 
I Diee* bathroom I 4 gh* and water Ahmit 
j quarter mila lo arhol Taiea gJd ypor 
IWhy pay rant when ynq ran awn a rom- 
fartable HtUc eaumry home ^ eAAA 
,Ior (eaahl 54 zUu 



OAK BAY— OIL-O-MATIC 
MODERNISTIC BUNGALOW ' 

BHuoted OB new airoel in Wiilowi 
araa Tbit teyoly home oontaina the 
fnllowiiig Livtnd rpntn <>1 ft • In a 
IT U >. guyat-aite dtning-rneat 
gireamiine kiteben with tvook laired 
for aleetrio raiigti deiighil * both- 
room with drewing a'eovo ond loo 
hico bodrooiu on main floor Large 
rumpua room with flreplatw and eitra 
fuRy plaaiered bedmom In baaemert 
OtI-O-Mati' BlfTondUtoned healing 
rnotplaia* ihia rboleg hnme at the 

$14,500 



A uaaL cietn lioaie ai 
main flour and fi-» 
PbU ledietit baeemaM 
garage Thera it o'' 
ronuuied r'.iuga re* 
ohUh would mnr* fh 
any rtpeneao PWlI p 
Plaaae get for W' 

lC«e(>irig» 



REALTY 



R. H. DAVIES REALTY 

OAK BAY 

doigrt cedgr aiiata buiiggiow Puur Urge 
TOvOta Inrulaied Lwraa ioi. IM teat t 130 
fwt THW HuMk IB CIRIAINLV WBU. 
WORTH tMVBBTlUATT.NU. d-ynen 
Uaitng ITOg. Prleo . $OODU 

HIGH QUADRA 

stucco bungaluw Pour laige rewiaA and 
dlncue Apprautaately aeven yean old. 
Atioclied garagt. Urga tot. Uw laaaa. 
Uallng ITII CiOCA 

^i«d .. . $6250 

$2000 CASH 

liamedia'e p«Mea»i>.n Pour largo rooma 
Coved *aillr<f> Maple Boor Podr-plere 
, PamWoke haih Large rinthet clnaett 

Separate woadahed Large garage Bgira 

Iarga lot. tdatlng Itlb 



Hinde 
B 14*1 



BROWN BROS. LIMITED 

'Bet'd itlii 

TM PORT BTRtBT PRONB B 1101-4 

Mamben Real Xeiata Board ol Vktarlo 



R Downey 

I CMIT 



FURNISHED 



ESQUIMALT 



Ciperienred. coaaeientloug gervue' 



Por a rouple thia la an lURAl. HQMI . 
Oi.i» »nree rniim* an*' haUi'n* in ETII 
rvmpaet and atmiteaaiv rlean r>cni|<lrlr'.i 
lurMthed atih i.r« and ninneri. furniuir* 
of oualliv Large fenred u> U(. oi>fl 
all Ihe tooU including laan mnwer lUp 
araU garage lUMOTMATZ l•OSRBMtlON 
Thla property wIm not laai very C>tQ^O 
long at tha prirw of )*tOJv 

Pleaae atk for U' ft'i-.de OIITI 
iCvenlriga R >40>< 



MT. TOLMIE 

aiirartivg l-ruem while aio<io bungal'<« 
■nraied an the aaotherw atape uf Ml 
Inimu. cenvaoleat to irarupoitaUiMb 
iiiilferaity and KaroMl arhoaU Conatau 



UPLANDS WAY 
WONDERFUL VIEWS 



THE B.C. LAND 

* IHVRBIMBNT AOBNCT LTD 

Over M raara la Real Batata 



SECLUDED GARDEN 

Two laaaly lata and la.idacaped garden 
inoeihrr with a charming atuceo bartgi- 
law Conialna b geiuroug-tiat rwuma with 
a bnuaewtre't draam oI a bilrbtn to- 

I ether otth a largo braoklaal aonk 
ftnd'>wi far# waal with gplandld eitwa 
nl hillg end auntetf It la hot water 
healed with an OU-O-Malle burner 
M’uated is-milo gIrtU. iMMBDIATB 

$13,500 

Pteaea aak for Mr Bagihawt 



ROOMS AND DINVm waa built gbnul 
twa yaara age far praeont awner. The 
near plan la etcoptlonally gaed. The 
eaWnat kitchen la ewacloua and hat a 
daubla poroalain aink. Oak flPora tn main 
roama. Ntgh baeemenl. garage and fur- 
aaee All e«wper pipea Nicely landaraped 
gardoa. M t itl Thla la a very aomfon* 



$ 8400 — HIGH QUADRA 

tryticiN R'lAD DtSTRICT 

A brand tiaw fi«e-rnem aiurro bunaalaw 
baaemer* and (uma<* naiDg an hlgber 
grotttid tbaa (be guifouhding iiomea there 
la a nlra virw Irum <fe tr<>i>! r-»<ma 



nuiaitwr nf good 
every way an a 
huaae Prire 



$5750 



FAIRFIELD 



$2500 CASH 

dia ropOK all nn one fln-.t Three bed 
rnoma Through balL Raumen', furrure 
Karellenl mitdillun Quick poaaeeeinn 
neea (•> park and bearh d-ceic/n 

Ueiing |gg|. PttU prico $ 5251 ) 



traoaportauan and gehool, 
oBlkir^ dliianre of town. 
Prleo 



Aak fnr Mr Ollbert 



OAK BAY BARGAIN* 
LOVELY HOME 
PRICED RIGHT 



M'lTlgaf* eon be oeewmad 



$7500 



NEAR 



Boor or «4 *^'dl hire Ineollon rNfivenlent lo avery- 
bedrnema Uilng BTDCCO RBWl-BUNUALOW OP T 
-d ipare 'f<OVXLT ROOMS ffntranre ond through 
hwarlng 'holla, gaod-aie* livlng-raom wtib epan 
bo Mid. ftraplaoe, gueat *%» dining-room, leiture 
glatier. au. Modam cdbtnet kitchen 
• Ired foe eloetfic range. Two largo bod- 
rooiM with roomy rlooeti, 4-p4ono Pom- 
broke bothraom. OOLOBM OAR PtOORB 
TWROUaHOUT MAIN PLOOR a<wed 
atairwoy to two odcellent bedrooma with 
Plaaiered wall# and poluhed Doma PuU 
eament baeemant driee-ln garage piped 
f<trhaeo. Mr Tbia home u about.# yearo 
eld, boBt of the beet mtertola. ond la 
ing uwn A I ahape thmghowt. Qakk poeoeaatan 
atre nalt omng for mA-yee\ 

for oBly $9750 

hiaaeeiion _ . . ^ . 

tad unit Pleaee oak for Mr Dondo 



Arthur E. Hayrws, Ltd. 

TWO VACANT HOUSES AT 
FAIR PRICES 

CITY — $2600 CASH 



ill baarrrt^t. 
five yeara a 
I f Mr MeVr* 



CITY LIMITS 
OIL-O-AAATIC HEATING 

PMirr TBAR-fUO PAMUT ROMS 



$ 4500 — HIGH QUADRA 

Midt CARR. BATJINCB OH TtRMS 



pion la April ag. te thla raial- 
• •rnom bunjalew, all gnud-aired 



Piva*rpom bungalow with J-ptCAO 
bathroom, full naaemeni aitd fur- 
nace twa Iwegty tote la gardena. 
lawng. fruit ireae, etc . euuide 

( arage- all fanred Ctog# to yo* 
life K->eai(oi and tronipartatlen 
■alanra monthly d^nAA 

Prtre $/yUU 



Mew gMe-by-elde too- ream ddpfei 
to tooeh. park and Khool Oood 
portaitoa. r 1 C 

Priea 5 I 7 



FAIRFIELD— SELECT 

Tu (hie new dewelepmeot among oew ond 
etpenilve hornet la tbit leeoly new Colt- 



COUNTRT flKNVRAL NTORS Cieellent 
building Uythd-owartera ood etarb Mod- 
em eaioree. PrinclpoU only 



NORTH QUADRA 

Tudor (Tpo home of three 



A POUR - ROOM 8 TUCCO BOMOALOW 
run baaemant Inn lurna<e>. aeperate gar 
ag* Oood bit Tarme ran he orrpt.ged 



OAK BAY 
SEA VIEW 



JOHNSTON & CO., LTD. 

Batabllahed (#09 

COMPtBTY INtURA.UCB BBRTtCB 

SAANICH 

Modern bungalow af a momt g yearg aW 
radar eiiUBf Baiah Urtaa-raom, flrepUeo. 
> bedrooma. modera kitchen L«w taiea 

T* $4950 



LEACH & SPARKS 



We have anme ga ei d pveportlee leaHaMe 
Bee Of r*v vpur reoolremer.R We atela> 
ynu to flitaneo If rodulred 



TED HAWKES & CO 



Real Betate and Pluaaeial AganU 

nil ofruoLAB rr proni oim, 

leno Block Naeth of Rodaon * Bay Co >i 



la tho Oetge U perfart 
I beeo raoiatiy deooroied 

itb tha beat at maierUie 



SAANICH ^ 

>-room bbrgalow eturoo Salah, baeemeot 
and fumaee arre gd fruit treea and 
CDMPLVn tNBVRANCt BBRnCt rhUbetu Hire qolet location Roca la 

lomaihlM to hotp beop mm( of llTing down 
Good aoltdly bmflt RT^gfA 

OPEN FOR INSPECTION $/J 50 

2960 AUSTIN, CORNER CITY 

AUSTIN AND MIDDLETON Brecon na rpiiaira furnlthed Reniea gSr 

of aoNd betek ook floere la dving-reom . ,m* home ond fnrome ow'ie/n 

Pargoet floort la hall fJrmg-roMB Halt {/JSQ 

, foet Lovaiy flrepUeo ntm-modeia lit-i 

ichm Purooce room with Uruo-elao lor- Member Real BMate Heard of Tleaenlo 



JOHNSTON & CO., LTD 



Pomeealon la M dayu. Bniroare hall He« 
iM-room with flvoploee, fuUulaa dinipt- 
roodt, poairy. eotr aleo kitchen wtiR ttto 
floor, new gag rando Included. 4 - pla c e 
bethreom. one largo bodeuam down. S 
bedraoM vatolre; full lema M boaeuaeot 
with oaw ptpad fumaee. aew goe aulo- 
maUe bet water Uab. drtyt-la aarM* 
eery targe tat with lawn frwai aitd vaor 
eaggaalilt dordect fruit treea ThW M Bhe 
of the rinoai homm we boeo had bi offer 
far aome time and Ihe prtvp |g low Ur 
godah goto Owhor troMferrod Bart 



•P7WW ta«hed garaga. NM-walor 
healing Bllogied three piiiee pot tmaiodl- 
#M gomaa f on ai>d realiy prtecd nght. 

QUADRA 

C 1 “3 A/\A"’*^**‘*^’f Moceobtan- 
.#l«7'UVAy gelew with or»e aera to 
10*00 and eok treea and eiiootnl to new 
diakrtet. 1>ia toeelg. Roane eamtome b do- 
ildBtfpl roermt boihmom and otuily room 



mok. If ywo Mb# oonatf? anrradPdnB.' 
rou ohooM make a point of taeoeciing 
'hia She ftaperty 

We Raro Many Other Owod Lleitngi an 
Booha 



$7950 



LANGFORD 



LANSDOWNE— OWNER 
LEAVING TOWN 
$4950 CASH 



HAGAR & SWAYNE LTD 



I HOMES OUR SPECIALTY 

iChie-by-atde duptot Band loeniMT c*aaa Bk. 
m*BPm la orpry raopaot Prmo lloJdP 

4 odwe agirimiat. goaW UeotRy eteoa an 
4 Mrga rnatoi. opon ftroptoee and ba'h- 
room Ip oa«* not wnret beortod. Wl- 
bomtod furance Prleo lirgM 



modtra bungalow I 
■ Wroptane a bod- 
ftoora Pull t gmewt 



2851 ROCKWELL AVE 



ROOMING HOUSE 



$9800 



OPEN FOR INSPECTION 



$7350 



S1Z500 



J. w. WJLSON 

Wd BARK or TOROdtro «UX3 



C S. HYLAND REAL ESTATE 

M BanUard BWg Ptwoo B Mil 

BeentW Hf ftytand. B»«« 



THE CITY BROKERAGE 



S. J GRANT 



ALEX G. HILL & CO 



*a anew yea u aVtao ihry aVe 't.'-., priced ‘ wr'ainameni’ ' ia a I bedioami.' iMt' 

^ RICIUT . . . houMWifa a dream l^uadrr room aff thei^'i,, •* liiJIL P'*eo Pembroka baihniem and eabinrt kn- 

OVERLOOKING PORTAGE - I 'iJH 

INLET WATERS IF ITS OAK BAY 513.200,;;.™'.:,,^;,.''^; 

....... I ^ — ^PF THl^ nNF I ^ufoUuro far IT.idd. Baelua.ra Uallng 

Itiig yambting bungalop af atien raoma OCC I tllj wnfC I AmaaDA ^ 

Lerga M boauUfuUy laadeenped to flapera , *i,*ero aomi t>unnlop an Cealml I nlljn /-i-m/ eranr-Aiai 

:i‘.Jhe?~iLre.“^tT;;sirJs«‘vVh r.er5r-.^rur*v•:.T;fuTil;r immediate possession . city— bargain 

toSroom? *^'k*nourt ?^o«boui hro*i‘taUr “ew eoaditum jara^d new well-bailt flte-mom bungalow j $6500 

n.BameBi' U a P4 eiaercoM ooeirnaot. it lukludoa large linng-room. gucti-alie . on a tireec of r.cw hoovea Thie la a moat', .... ^ . 

oh^^and wofkabop Oarage^uaraU AiMi'g-room. two roomy bedraoma. 4-pcr lanraciire place and abO*e the araragg **^?** “* . "£ 



$9000 



GORGE DISTRICT 



... good carui'it'ii hat tee ba<i>rrH.ma gi>4 ♦•aitaijeriacton High locguan. you *^|caay l-ttle lext b>n.ga <w in petta.t 
o A PlVg-ROOM KOUB IN IIICII ar,>eraie loHrla A lau tlr>< a *'lf- ”** tcc-'diuaii. Ltruig-ic ua. lurBM.a .'em- 

QOADRA Thla homa la an • manuaLW al efiuri- dOdAA ....... .. — . 'ren'n.i.i laid .‘u' ainir. » K c . :«il 

<ildrr-irpa BCHUALOW but I* aery com- yttt i PRlCk lo4Uw dZ’lAA bBQl IMALT 'fen • *•***' P"r(|| a»d an i i. r »r 

. .. — ... — . — jOjUU heme oiia gaienual rerenue' 



Icc-'diuaii. Ltauig-ic tucBM.a .'em- 
'ren<ri>i.a laid •■u> aniiir. » <l> r . :<d 

Iback pol’d) a»d an - i< r i* 

1 e» badr>«»t err pi’B 'eH aut'i-tn 
Ibuiika with ti'i.rat a # • ’Mtra dep< 



, Atra.gcd name oitn 1 e- badr.«»t err pi’B -eH 

Atrn/.gca ^p;,* bedraoma up '‘Pull cammit;^^.^, , , ,,, 

Haatra T^nmmrat wilh hai-alt turiiara A***!*'* i*raia aaraar* U .,1 o ■ 

ga. BfD4li eetogr All ihU Plua .ae-halt ac«a otl**"* ‘ * 

|^•reull(ul iamtarapcd ground* garden aid, 73/00 

HOSPITAL lL'“L 'rrL 



he pri.ud to ahi>n thla bum* 

KYCAA"******'' Boven-taom hem* CABELDU & MAY, LTD. 

$/5UU rani.g the pari and pUy.l 



PHONt S 1114 



for ownar Thle amaarir la near ik, .about • yaara aid with a Ib-fl living-room, wgeka prigeemon or aoungr d i A AAA 1 k'l'hrn. toe clitery _-4 

h/rpi^l Ifid ^ant^ma^l n r) ^trS dinocu wUh RW flaarA two faH- pm* SlOrOOO Pembroka bathroom ' eC 7 CA — FVU. PBICK OP TIUIl 

*«r -Sla 3 Tu * poaaoaaton rri^ bedrouiaia, 4 -pcr Pembrek* bath and ^ ,Purnace naom niiii hot air piped turnace $ 5 / 5 U LOTlty SIX-ROOM 

JTr... 57000 l*huwer. modern kii-han and ibe fuU ro- ,-»Aiy r>Avc •"'* omidhlantng onir Oei bet waier 0 A 1 . 0 W Re* nice eotrance heU, llring- 

■rparaw garage . -o/ vww baAemont ronrgina garige. piped OAK BAY tiet’er. Separate garage S**y Icrmd. fO*»» *iUi firepUcA dining-room, ibw 

H A fUfhAiv PlftltlMil Actra fDon e 0 DO#f or. a a ap ^4 A A. b^dfOAtliB. U$r#A*Al 9(9 bAlBfMVfi). wn# 

SPECIAL— REDUCED FOR UPLANDS) CADBORO BAY ^$9750 iS:;;:? 

nnirif ^AI F .SJTr -i k^ . » «««« . U,«.vy*£i.!!...^ziw*l1-buili #iu*eo aami-bm.gatow of gii _ „„ ruhpoM frail treea and lota af garden 



oarato aaraae $7000 hh'han and ibe fuU ro- 

parato gaiaga . w/ vw haaemant conrguia garige. piped 

h* furnace Plnlahed. eatra ream, tapvtt 

SPECIAL REDUCED FOR' •'’«* >•'«• *rlI-baPt cupboarda Thla 

..K. ^ ^ home la ineuiaied Ite eery attractive and 



QUICK SALE 



MARA, BATE & CO. LTD. 

Utl» 

OUTSTANDING WATER- 
FRONT PROPERTY 



about view royal.-- S 950 o|E«-.H«^^^ 

mala Oeor and Ihrec bedrooma and baih- Wa ra go* too realty nice ' homay ’ bnmea I *^-^-- -**** **'• •” »>’*'*'•''» Slo.OOO 

rmon upaUlra. Thla home wiu m<I quickly tbera with a tea tiew from both of than | i_ii/“i_i cm i a r*iry a ' .WAR CONffTl 

Red'irfd r^ACA ** * brand-new raaliy wrt:l nluM ^UAUKA , paUo. rrafia< 

priee $OY5U bun* aauceo buaralow m neaumcmi fugt iaaxacaiatc DACCCCCIAa .1 OAK BAY- ^ I \ 000 Plata and e 

aff lha tatoad Highway Vacant beaaee- IMMEDIATE POSSESSION | h/rirN ocM SII,WU l*a*Ofaetbr 



OOltOK-Piac-reom buiigaK/O. full aewrnt Udn Tho home U eicepOenally wr*l . _ . 

Baaewient, furnace Me4em biuhen luh' IptonuMT with a Io**iy tg-fi Hetna-room. I* ”2..!'****"**''* hro-rojm atu 
fir fleorg Xtcci;*ni roodtiioa maid* and, large dine«ie a-pc# Ptrabreke baih, iwe ■'‘iJi *•,* *? 

•u* KAKAA «•'!! '•’■I* badrpoina very amart mod- 'V"" .*^1*"“ 

Petre $ 6500 , er., klifhen oired for aledrl. ' ttanra full baaemci.V repper piP 

'a. I oiib leoda uf rupbaardi. end ihr 



tMMXfXATB POBBXBBION l» UiU g!»»' e’lZAA“***'**^ 

STUCCO hLH.lAUjgk e.ih fail baaajit. iOOUU neatt* timiabed Itatt ’ 
Large lirii.g-room aud flreplaca. dinii%g-iUrge rooma lovely ranii* firepUr* full 
room i*u bedTretma gewd-ilaod kti- h*n I remmt haicmem turnare hei oalvr 
Garage and *etkfO"m <•' ba»«mcnl If ' iiraier tluroid roof fM'uatcd ae arer 
CAAh lo-hendl* Pleeaa <*11 Mr ThuriiClvc. ; ea ana of (he beat of land 



I Near hidnav t| ••r* ol bca-<iilL 
troMog* eitti a ac»c"- C W 
Bungalow I roomed home Piir* wlV 

lautt T TC'UIA 

oUr* full! <A>t lor Mr yoie*- 



S10r500 



I >KveDifiga O till' | 

5 ROOMS— QUADRA 
$5900 

(" n home epth k)U af ra-un ** ' 
lot Utint rwodi o'ld dinirg-rooM. 
Irtlu re-ii uUi*t. la-gc kiKhert ann 



Baeniitga 

Phene Mr Wlolrr g >1«g 



BAY STREET 

[mr fielm'iM 43 aaa r>*<'Ht*a 0 <m 
liafted f re-Twaaits bui.gaine fu«*i 



nir fieim<.M 43 aaa r>*<>Ht*a ihw 
lifted f re-Twaaits bui.gaine fu«*iiet p*c- 
llrolary >ipnri Ihqulrr 

(Aak fat Mr Hitim glcci’ 



' UPLANDS 

AA n/ACCvycAA B /-rt I^x ARb PI kAsxu 10 oyyxft K>H 

M ROSEVcAR & CO Iyocr iNhi'y 'Tb.s r. .- .M.»i 



r**'»ri »» '*it 'r't. I Ii. rtte 
twarnrtma ronewtg u. arita fiy'^ 

ta ITOonp pttr further thlertei—i. 

Aak far M' tl>>ei» u- M< tl«ln a'’’l 



WATERFRONT 



A lovviy m«n»ti> lot • 
he' aeiri Ao>n-t»M< 
ftoorg garage, err 



!«'»e rpctn.a. 



SI 7.750 



(•■■Iiccar »»WF eiih good npBurtunity fif'ireie ■•'•I* tutr* laryo ' i i A A A DATC fi f~r\ I T Pl 

0'A>in*>a li<< iraar Plaate rail Mr. IhArntlec |*f t*UJia CInaa art ace ahnwping carrra DA I u Or CLJ , L I Lr. 



; Mamber n**' P a- 

||14 Virw STItIM 



and In he* randitlen Xarlv of cleared land. Iwo large eWi ban houam. 

NIOII QUAORA— Pour-room aiding bua- and abooi gt.IM caah handim An ri-'broodcr hnaae. acparai* carat* *•••" if,;.. 1 ,,k A'Wn* 

galow altuaiad on K *<f* of good land eclitnt buy K 7 DKA <^n*d yount traes Ught and ample 

wMh W fruit iroee Baparai* hCACA at $7o50 o*i*r aupply Naif mlU 7a achm.1 B.a 15 

garage and chicken houe* )5Z0\J a*mc* paat daer year'* taira l> 13 _ . *d re* aait ^ . q AAA 

VA/r-Bt iMCBCi'*T'iai/“ nil* U an far*ll*M buy at o.y/nmA'"^ -JIO.UUU 

ytlOK BAANICM-Puurroom bungalow In WERE INSPECTING caal>> . $ 6000 , 

ntoa cl*an candlUon with part baoamant . aaAacbki ljaaic * . . . 

and a utUlly room with tuba Thl* homa A MODERN HOME . i MFI^TFDAAA 



HEATH'S 



roCWtJITB 0«mtfrT-N*re ta a alee Ultle « 
feur-raam toingatow. part baaement and 

fumaca, tltaatad on a large aoriter M and fpr full d*ia.ia and Ina 
bue gtopa at yewr door Poiaeg gl on tn two 

$3900 capital city 

I T A Mli;*( 

m-M BcouARO BU30. \*vi oououta|ft«» TAin BTfurr 

BTRKBT • B lll> or X U44 dAlaamaa 



HEAR ROVAL OAK hnioH la.m '.I *i 
F^OIHMAI T e»r»e wnb »m.*u riniAe* ••••' O'd 

tOVWIfVlALl pl*.Hi.d Tor rr Ic' ' - !-•»»» 

y*>rr.»mir-, himgai'.w lit Al oondmo* In- btuhci 'hl»e fliuarn rtinva •. . #*i"gr 
aidr a>d out IbU Place haa 3 pee be'h Ouod e* l Taaa» (lb t*?! SO 

riu.m boaemrnl gUiegr Lea ia**e claar PoU prKC ■9>J • •^'7 

Ittlr Karir p«a*»*r|ur. 

DDirC. CdFAA MARIOOlJt ».•>' ellh 

rKll..tl. lan b»drCM-ti.: .Di I.-I''. eilh (irrplar* 



Ntfhi CaUa 

Mr Braiihwaita X 44 M: Mr Rirkpairlrk 
BH)g; Mr. Ragera. O Ago* 



OAK BAY ! 

BOtfTR OP TKB AVKNUt I 

$10,500 j 

Thtg aUKeo home of POCR UlRfig 



MARinniTt ».‘i' h..-.»*...o ellh 

e«A b»drcM-ti.: .Hi »»b »ir*pla** 

bKthrn Ihrrr p,»-* l»e'hronm pi-a u'l'ii* 
ranm Oa*e»r «u.>dah«'* '•<g* i'l* 1<’W 



an liorn* ellh rivi HUUMB or , . ranm na>e*r «u.-dah«'* '••g* i’l* «’• 

tV.:rCr*,':;to'?..r:r:.‘j;. l. m. rOsevear & co. s49so 

rt*rr *a i'm a *»|.eratr •*•••; ’ 

•'■lUga •* •"''"‘h!'' Ltd OAK BAV Bewlh of Ihr A.ar.i.e httr.t 

Id mi^ rha'' bay .... . muma. aior»n a*ai> bui gel-w erh luuf 

•e roll price ,,, irvtioN PLno , dll VIBW ST . O gPtl padfooma b*ihe-»m.m lumi.cr .nr.K'g- 



rontn. ,*bii»r* ai'«hrn aak f;~- P'lll 
retnent imarmri.t. lur, are fatea* k« rl. 

w. J 9750 

RAANICH • n.t** >•< ten I.Huaea an 

daiibl* let. immrti'air tmttCMlnn nt fire 
xoomr <*111} l«,i »■: - •'•h full t.««rn>*i.t 

aod lurnat* aleo a '•-am *)».ng» '.o 

mniad at INI a T•^ garar** 

M«M *a*l» Pill he'dle PuU # 7 CAT% 
prlag for lha |ee i/JUV/ 



$7500 



n( nirt au* Uring-rooni. guogt dtoli.t- [ C C L 

erntm. r4btrv«t kitchen. 3 Invely bodtaaaia ^ T ' 

arid 4 -ei*«* boihroom Hot wa«*r Ott-O- TATKil ffntXXT 



E E HEATH 



nmM p tint 



iMallr hreting Prepetly ta terraced back I _ . . . 

ar.d front oith lawni and ahniU. aua a K*al Eaiai* Inaaratcca hn #i» Public 



able hama an a qutot aremta 

SAANICH — IW-MILE 
CIRCLE — $6800 

Thla la a MOOKlUt POrR-ROOM BTU<-ro 
homa oilh a Iarga owiraoip. fuQ baarmart 
with drl*o-ln garag*. an gaira room and 
furnar* Th* cabinet bfirben to laro* 
with an VUtf'nilC RANOX AND TRAMI 
BlfRNXR that guee with iha howao Tli* 



Night Phri.ea NIM* • nS'OI 
Buppvrt (he Sli'orr af Oima* 



In haertaet'i Lawna and garden hae*'*^'** Ueira -’c-m roan ritrp'ec* diui''a-lh,p g-roctm eiiMoa bunealow. located on' 

aprinkur eya'cm nnn '•» v*drorm. of r»nd |,uMi eterr- In nU* port of IhU popuiac , UCICTCpWAM C AIA) 

$25,000|*'*' foM-yr** aBih*nt.iri (l.c.ieii hell i.iwmct Coctalau of nice living- mom caey nC I O I C fMVirM N C •» I O i 



oi;r M 1 N rcAR 



our word, the trie* act ihti haepo te righi Urieo-tn-garad* drycbCA 

ricetr tall Mf McVet.^OAllg 'g»*» Raody la rn't*# Into Prleo $9250 CITY BUNGALOW — $6850 



DUPLEX -- 

WAUtlNO DUrrANCX ftairw 

$7200 

OR OPPXR 

The owpor of thla duiet M laaeing uwn a i al 
nM M aMBiif at a looa. Dpotatra nail Ootng 
of thrao roam* and bath ronu far gM •*)! 
Owner eccupice lower lidt P o *eea * ion 
wno walk. Poaaoaaloa of runud unit 
ehortty If rugutrod. 



QUADRA I Hogor & Swoyne, Ltd. 

^ 430 Vieo gueei 0 4111 3 3 FOUL BAY $11500 

A rcry ueUbum POUR RiiOM wniffOl ttmihgi Mg)or Tardier, o taad 

acvriAtY'.w ,M fi A ■ NUe I iivii * * "nm Alrpc»*t-rt*w g-tnnm buugr.ua wtied fur 

nin” firrpi*'* 'e., bedrnJni ti.r...,it.' Member Real Xaiitc Hoard of Yktorto elerutc r*,ig* and pleod fni ge- f..«r 

I baihroem large «iuji-l mndtrn threuthont TitTmigh halt hgrd- 

rirenrucif e*r*ec Ao-' **04 ftoorr fuTl baaenicni o.ih hnt atr 

Aid Attracttra gardm heaUog *nd garael'toar* Very tiie# 



FOUL BAY— $ 11,500 

Almo*t-rv*« g-tanm buugrb.* wiied fur 



HOLLYWOOD — $9000 



FAIRFIELD 
NEAR SCHOOL 
$7350 



A feur-rnoa hur.eatow. baaemeni and UVBN LAROI ROOMS, (logg U trana- ing-rAMp and hall, fall bdweiiM with 
drum furnace Separate garage (taad lat partauea Siiuatad aa loa lou. Nlea torge rumpu* room Heptra'* datega ctoaa to 
Immecftar* pnaeeeatctn piceea rail Mr etiiianro baU. tletng-room. dUUng-room. um ana very fairlr prired. 

Mcvey. o iiT. -xr.. . X .xti- 

$4200 -NEAR corne r HEISTERMAN & CO 

OF CEDAR HILL AND f*r«a .W,;i <10 KOD »..bi..Kod iiae 

PRICK $ I Z,5UU «• TTWW KTRKTT PHOKK X 4lg| 



rmtm I. very eru with p’lmly af light PROFITABLE BERRY FARM 

$7350 fcn.ed-wn, ^k »ra« tran.. R. H, DAVIES REALTY ‘ 

RoS SctofTiiMl 7 n 7 ato'“ Sm.Tur-VSS' m.tra.ro"*.'' urM to lo.anbe»i 7 «1 TATXB XTRETT PNONX 0 **U| 

^^aiSTdJi w^ mniSm, and (•• *'“* MKMXXX RIAL XNTATK BOARO 

oiig *^g bedraama blUhen and cablnar »'»f CARFBT* INa.rntW Very ap A bargain CitArtA' 



OAK BAY 



r*J^ '’btr’hS; r^^'Ji **xr-rMr M.rey Err. f 4 W; KTUCW) BKMI BCN- h®"* •» • 

Ito^d Jilif baeeml^ it.h nTw W X N A epaolleal^ Bit- eil? 

pIpad furnt.e and Jual e»*f ene $4000 — JAMES BAY •^m»M mm Uto oeafconl BniraaM 

arc* of land with fruit tree* and BNUUU 7PkfVtC3 DCV f h,ta,.room wiU llraplaea dlntog- /I3u 



raauy leu al'VktaJr*^V;'’ >a'u baaoment r;«»«‘X $6000 ! 

with fumaea Beyarale fatage. The awa- iX*** g«r NOT PRU B 3 TO 

era are leaeing al end mt Mareh Thla la a KNONi A < 1 A AAA *y i a i 

brighi and nieaiy daearated barn* both to- PROPIT « I OiKAJU KING 

JUBILEE HbSPITAL 

**■ DISTRICT **** ftOTNRNMBNT St B 3131-9 

ISLAND INVESTMENT T»™ nTB-BtUROOM »nXCO ROMB l* »*,. Tavtor BlS**'*”Mr T.rnac, i Till 

if Mr Xltbep 1 )A|r Mr RewaR X T 3 »l 



rhlcken hauM Hahm gr-nd nai.tral NEAR THE SEA I'’*"*. '*• bedcaema and Inwr-pfare Pem- 

grewih trear ThU peuperry h*« ruc/hB I nc . I broke baihraam Cancealed eialfway u 

aoraciluna fee peapl* wha prefer A MOOBRN POVX - KOOW BL’NnALO'A .vary large aiiie ream Baeement wtth hwf 
the Bnglub type hnme p<TAA baeemrnii. i;*ii>g • roam, twe b«d- , air farnaee Medecate taeea m* « aAA 

and 'eeme land Prtee $0 /UU cumb kiUhen three • nlgce bathrimm Term# arrunged PKfCK B I I .vvw 

Pleaae aek Per W ypnea amai: wnmUbad tavel Int Aak ta* Mr I 

KildA PverInM MrV*y-Svf« t 43gT | 



brighi and nieaiy daearated barn* both to- PROPIT 

gida and ant 

cm Mr Baedhenga nr Mr Neyla J 

Irgnlngt, Bgtdl ar BIIU 



COMPART. LmiTSy 
OROXmO PLOOR -PBMBXlkTON B 
Igdd BROAD B I B BX r PNONX O 



aniy a very few nmilee walk ta Ihe 
heagitol and la galtahle tar a bnardlng ar 
■tnn raaauad henoa ar a targer privata b«me 
BUK], Laraa raaam all ataadard fealuraa baau- 
3li4g-l *Lful arhkdMAtAt woadwtok. t^rga Mi. 

|gd t IM. wiih fruH tree# KAOAA 
Priead yary raaannabf? al ROoUU 



OAK BAY SEMI-BUNGALOW 
3 BEDROOMS, LARGE LOT 
$11,000 

An atiraruva bame w a vary apmea In 
railan Tery gaad raPdiUan iBrnuebaut 



m ooTXRJfMsyrT bt. 



PHONB 0 411 * I 



ULTRA MODERN 

BO WANT MUIURTTVL PXATURXB TOO 
WtLL BB TyiRIURD 
KOAAA Mid* draatona . AU 



runm. iwa^brntcaema and f-wr-gfaca PevS- 

f I ■■ - inSd. -JerrST^ $6800 



NORTH DOUGLAS 



piva-ranm ai>K 4 « buntatow, about lap 
yeara nid Hire Itving-rnnm m'Cn fice- 
glaaa, dinma-tuum ••waM be ua^ aa bad» 
cenm-. 3 lavee b*dru<m,*. cahinvi kllchen, 
t-piea» bathream Pull tmeement, MA. 
heal dr|ve-lB larae* Th<« Ciay hopi* H 

illaeiad an a large tat. tim« i* arnnol. 

itore*. and Iranegnrtatbm paaan* ehe ctnur 
Immadiale pnaeMalen K 77 AA 

lert'TKRMB SeiiiDg for >/JUVJ 



' THE YORKSHIRE 

R PAciPic Bsenunn ltd 

W 1 PORT KIR EXT PNONX tTl*J _ _ — ' deangialr* Tbrea Dice bedraaM d»d ' yig BUXt PNONX O *g» 

warearr ^*** •• baenmeni Wilh ‘ ■ ipia a va« 

^CAKT ^ g'ped fuinacd. Bitnaiad mm the** lata. Kveninga Bin • tTItJ 

A PROPERTY AT PREWAR SOMETHING DIFFERENT $6300 — 

VALUE New g.?Mm bimtatoa with large bright lftep.rnam Wangatow. wRhlp wetbisg 

min.iMi a. a. *<r. af tend ihii Tude* cdmBe *iM * tiamhdt pf dtlrBCMv* •nnova- jietanc* Plceptoea to Hetng-raam. Ihra* cftcP“i*i 

SL!? ir ^ e **“*• “ < 07 KA:bad*wnma. ktichan and 3-P*a. bath PMI SPECIAL 

redaaod prlae aa Baaanal af ewne* laaatag dtffareni $ jU '?***.****‘..T'*^-y* 5£? fta*!!I* Baanfcb R*ad. to a tlfet-c***# ***(• 

nmarla WUJUn ihraa mlia* at vile aaaire P*I**®^ b*'® *** daatlal dietrwv. w* are *vtfl>*d*4 la effay 

and with fond truAcwavtaUMi Thl« prop- FF , £*** <^7^>A nirelr-Mcaicd aei'-cav'iiiwcied a- 

erty paoatete af Uetng-racan dtnlng-raam. ' CuB prlae ygar-aM giacra gunpatow *»n*te(ir>g af 

iwd tiuifiiimi baihraam aad kitchen wiih Piee-raam buntainw B>'fM t»d nean BnaaoU X iStl tinng-rMw wnh rireptac* dtneli*. I c/iea 

ranga rpoutn MM Iarga raom PUT wlto fiT’ Uumant. >iaw tuvnare Thli ' . badranm* 4-aa* btthiaam. mudern *aP« 

natamani brand now fnmnae an« wlrtoa ppuae u nai rr-w4#d In p d */\Pi COLcS fL RLJSSELL **** klKben tiled Nnh mi ba*«m**iL 
AdwmiedlT thU pvaperty wbbu rartaror- yat order klgg $6400; hrmnaa, lawndn ivba. driee-ln gara«a. 

aUng. bat thla cwuld be dene nt eary Hula lO 3BU Tib Braagbiaa Bt Ogttgjerra mam to baae a »e e< ( M dNlgY. nueiy 



latge blichtn den ar Mira bedritam (STEWART CLARK & CO. 



lan'teeaped wlUi tonernyvabl* i 
■hruba. almndanee af fruM Irea* ...... 

haa ta ba aaen ta ba appee- k6CAA 

riatad. Pvtea >0^vAi 

Mw-uma* P P BROWN & SONS', 
uSSSL LIMITED 

$3000'*^ BROAD XnkVT RIITI 



NEW 6-ROOM BUNGALOW 
CALIFORNIA STYLE 
HOLLOW TILE — $9450 



• X 7 CA“* •*' 

90/3\J bufiKklP* «HB gwmemiaa to a 

w-«wi, \^cM-a«/-i w I cut Cgv data Pull rammi bneaaienL far- )X7lCn Thu* tdtoa iiMMi Waagaiaa '■ 

HOLLOW TILF $6450 dri>*-to garag* Rartfwaad flawra >.} I 5U cily Nght ang waiar >-pc* , $4 

rfwutWTT Iluc BTN;3U ^ livtog-raem gloing.eaam ang hall In .baDiraam BUyt ang tola af gaad 

TMi paw ba^atow to laeatad to tha Cadar •*!??“•**•*“* thrnugh^ Bmlly reviiral toaaUaa. Ownar A beaattfUJ I 

mm dtolrlH. aag la maakrarted af hallaw *!l'3**v**^ *• egcrtflr* QadcS oeewpaflaa raara aW Uv 



HEISTERAAAN— E4161 



OOR gem TEAR 



SWINERTON & CO. LTD. 



XROPOg nT iw BT 

X*tigtnR»< fggg 



CITY BUNGALOW — $6850 

PtfVR fflCX RoOggB and braaBfam naoB. 
run baaomamk haf air tarapaa oaa **mm 
gad ditodw aan* tartudad. mMBUTt 



dab Im Mr «*mR« 



SUNDAY pm; FEB 8 "7 

oagae mdiag baapa H w af gaar awMia mmd I HEISTERMAN & CO 



BouBCt roa xalb 



ROt'SEt roi IA1.B 



ROtBEB run BALE 



BOl'BCB rom 6ALt 



Boi SI s fOH 



FINANCIAL SURVEY 'CAPITAL CITY REALTY 



LIMITED 



BROWN BROS. 

FAIRFIELD 

OIL-O-MATIC 



TED HAWKES — G8175 EVERGREEN REAL ICABELDU & MAY, LTD. 



ESTATE LTD. 



In) vixw g7xirr 



gT 1 fV\ *1^ rra:u'..gau B^tolh- 

^ZIUU ly paim<m. a nice rtvenuv 
•).UBg rWae tn rmiaigurg af living-reom 
aim mepme* large badruom. AiicP*,. 
wtth pantry arto aiiUly ream foe gee 
eantf. Tbtee-raom euita np »hawiiig ter 
*!.»• «t 033 pet mcr.ih DnubI* btamatiig 
Kveryihlrig m good rondluoe with nea 
Dvmlg rwol Srearate garag* Rtdined far 

;r; $4425 



loid*'-i*p* hnau cenirallv ince'ed and 
(•autatoiUig gu the <’U..itd Itou, i* le gad 
dnd Ura* llvliil t^'T' fr* #«•<«>* -ciuUin 
d*(4 and baihroum v'\'cii a:.'' 

’t.'P«laira fou* brCi.B^ • -d i.' -k. 

.Net -air heaiu.i X*'. p*i ai^ 1 >. 

* 84 DJ «<1 to rai*i”v« <r< ai.o 

$9750 

lOR NAAR orrvjl' 

portage inlet 

Baceni ,anali* wall.rm.eifu* . od bu-igai.-w 
(■n Ibe wa'ofr.nii I; imnx' *■ n'<«auL» 
hall giuto-«i*M miiig-rpM a> 'ea 
''laer* artd lirapJ.;* i:.il*» a> ' ok- 





(D^Collum's 



ocoisujnisKy 



DISTILLED, BLENDED 



BOTTLED IN SCOTLAND 
SINCE 1807 



THE DAII.V COLOMST. MCTORIA. RC 



Ilf WA.N1CU TO Bt'V— UUUSCIi 



Maynard & Sons Maynard & Sons 

Al (TIOM.I.RK APPRAIHIRS AfC TIONKERK ArPKAlhf.lth 

Kliw« Iftt 8 lfM« IftC 

IMPOKTVM ilrutrucUd by ui O^k B«y CUfnl 

I Sevrtai Other.' w* WUl Sell m 

SVI.K Oh 'Our Salntroonu, 7S1-S3 l«hn4Min 

.. Mrtri. 



U018C8 rOR bAl^ 



IS YOUR PROPERTY 
FOR SALE> 



HIGH LOCATION 
CLOSE TO SEA 



TYNDALL AVENUE 
GORDON HEAD 

weniit iwo A< KM or ui» t>*i 



iriAK StrrCHAAl ■ OAJIOKM 

i «OOD AMALL FARM OF U A'.UBS 
^ ■ UtuAiad M lA* M»ln rwd U Auut. 
Btl'i Uardao* Hm 4 (ivc-mmoi ttiMti 
tiouM •.Ui 4il «v4*r» ««n**(J*nrt* w 
4 e^nbraic K 4 U'r«o«B Tb»n 4 't 
Is 4>-r44 la 'OCAnWtrtM 'h«i»*4Ml4 •! 
trr4vb«rTv 4n<9 r4*vb»rrT «l4r.!* Famity 

•I4M urchArd fiuin*i<.u» u<*. 

ri'jdtils 'tiirk*ii bouM for 400 Tain 

"pS/c.”* $w soo 

WIRT 8 AAKICM DAint FARM 

N^rmy-tva arir* M 4 crta UMicr ruin- 

•biMA and SO arira of .laht iiBbrr U««d 
bou 4 « 4 >id al*o 4 -ru«a» oeuafr 
UAod barn f«r M tirad "f rattir 'litBioo 
Aa*.(i«i«a and dairv oqjiaaiaut Fciut trrai 
a&d brrr'aa Ounm bnuaa for Ml bitua 



(Its UMrtMi OF lOt/R UOUB *r FARM 
or Buaibraa Fiiipartf w taabtatfuUr ra 
,,..aa:fO Ra hara nuwdtoua cliaala ban 
ir.r hi burtbaaa " ■ ^ 

LEACH AND SPARKS 

ail yiBW HJRSrr FHOAt a«ll. 

'UaaoMrt of Krai laiaia board al Vtataria 



i aRCblTORd at.l .i.r.tri ta*l*'.| r.a.ii.. 
' aaa nil tbr abaar oiaia ara loautrai: 
|ii or flail ra." 'ila'a "I *..( 1 , c.aiaij to 
ilir ur.drrt:rrm »arr<iloi or. ar befora tnr 
Sn-h p.( F»-j..- im an»r an-h data 

tW riiair r a><i>a am |p d;tirio'.a‘''! 

Viaa.i.f 'r- arj • in rtatai* of aflrb lb* 
*(*' ':-'-r ai.< liar* rap-riard boiur 
Fi'-^a'.r «'! :nr *W'im oI tha aburc-i.amM} 
datraatd «a< lu.r;* * 9 ~ :?:* Tiriarta R*«li- 
iry nl tbr (hiRramr Cour* tu Tba Una 
Iruat Coaiaan) ih* rita.’sr 

namrd nr- 'br Mb af Januan Had 

.‘niB KOVAL TRL'CT COUFANr 
tif'iSOS (I'trirmn' A;rr«< Vlrtarla 
ff Xi-«i»r b) 



i! : li'y/U JIOCSE 



ra-iMi. 
laaai %>(i> 
ttraa « f>. 

■'lira 



U«a» >i«fd 1 >I 



$8500 



Kate IVr*iaii Huj»r 
N itluahle Paiiiliii^M 



NEWLYWEDS 



tlOK.'B RATSRFHOWV taUf* OK 
Uoiiaa Rnad t 4101 I 



III -i 1*001 I brpeu. t hr*!rrtip|.i 
.sullra. ( and Studio liOtinir 

Oak t'hlob Cahinrl. niorlle 

suitrH. |irM-l«ral|t ntN b-par«r Ual 
nat-ftniah hrdriMrtD hullr, l.otiipa, 
Kood siitclr and lliuiblr tti-da rum- 
plrlr, Rauira. Hralrrb, l ota, («b- 
ftiiruma. Krdding liiopos. < urtom' 
W'bohtnba. Kilrhrnw arr 



:r-^ uf’ b.ffi rid|* vitt 

I I. lAtr R'airr and Udlit arail 
•■a tram '>’> Fri«« MM 



FURNITURE 



•ALT •FRt.bO IILANO 
•rtroir.arrt farm About SS artai 
Olourbnl iha rm tn |o«d tmbrr Tear 
round Mrraiia Ciatit room bouar. oam ai i 
o«h*r buiidii.ar Fruit trrr* naiKi p § o 

irir'it llirlvdll ■ 1*0 trar’ar .. a 

•»r fHiltlraior and vinatb t I C f\f\r 
fair* *14 rRICl 5 I i Uvt- 

n O RALRT A CO LTD 
dli Vlro MtrMt 'Oi >9 I 4 »mr«r ai t d <4 
trrrii.r* Call 
W Dai>-*. Cotouiu 13*1 
I U Unrltv. O Mid 



<K HALE U 
•oi*ri'<* S' 0*04 



$6300 



>liiii|>iaiio 

(•rumlfullii’r's (ilork 

Irutructed by MRS ROBIN DUNS- 
MUIR and A Client Tiltmg Up R«>>- 
deuce in ihe Orient. We Will Sell, 
m the RESTAIRAST HI ILUINli. 
At the 



AliiiE CORNER UrT EZCLUBIVE 
* M* ToXiP > Hriae-t facnfirr It TSu 
'r 43 



M- kr »«1 fa'fi »r -r 



NOTICE 



•MALL FK-.f-tHTT OF To 

((.; aiM. • 411 b a 

. • • f ' » f'- • • ■. «p . f VP *1 in 



FOUR-POOA4 COTTAGE 
FOP. $1 00 EXTRA 



I emeru 

t'hlna. Olbaa, TimU Ptrririr Motor 
Vsruum riebner*. Trunka. 



HKIVATE BILLS 



U'.AUHA itriVlIlN KkALIII 
' arr* KuTal Oai i.nr arrr anM 
. U 30 Fbcn* (.olaulta MM 



Mbnlel 

and C'an»olr Radtoa. Roll-Top llrab, 



*t/ni.'E U brrrbi (irrn that iLa Urn* 
' unii'rd a* <br aiandirf Ordria of tbr 
'.a 44 fnr tri'i 4 i (<2 pauiiona ollL ripirr o« 
> .radar *><* ll'b, dar of Uarr!; U 4 I 

m<iii ' te praarr.'rd t« ib« 

• on or bftuia Tuf«daV ih* S 3 ril ilar 
’ uar b 1*41 Rrparia from aiandlnt 
' Rr>*» ru*r.T.;'i*a« Frifat* IIIIU 

I i.r t:i ' ,rf TYraJa* the J'". 

It i.f Marrr |* 4 « 

Oatrd lha 23 nd dar of Jai uarr, A O 



uw la iMi Tiwa TO •;;« that lot 



TMF HiiYAl TRtJST COUI'ASY 
< tp;;.ir*iil Blrait E 4 T 

Mtcnnar Haal F>'a’i Board of Vt’torla 



'IMS ALKia FARTLV CLEARID WITH 
I lar|t barn ibiccrn howar mliK thod 
AaA toM>ruoM bunfal’'* All but.dinia u- 
ti rilmi i-onduiiiD riti ■••nt aad oaut. 
prir* MMO FO R <>4 



WILLOWS 
FAIR GROUNDS 



Sec TUebday'ii Papeia lor DetalLs 
VM AL .MORNING SALK. If tf 



Lovriv FAmiriA BAY 
i iVEKi/.xiKINO WATEH-A TWO ACRE 
' ' Pi'aip M«« bdiifair*. lo: ncai. rnoi- 
mu<irr:> HplfrOld rttrtmr poaai 
'■ .'r 4 . 1 . lat.int ri>nint «:>■( ratbuni 
W-.r't, llic>"n Ba'‘.*in'-y fill ptiira aoia 

»lt lip* iju Ca>nr>ir 



\ LAU 41 **«MBLRItjHb AlU 
« 6 «t nntr.a «.i*iii(i appiitiaiad 
43 >‘ »urf h'raai <>aU 4 



t a ACKIM. CLEARKU AT trRAHAU 
14 LaRd'nf Arriiw t-a*ai. BC Bait 
auii tn B C Aatt'-ronm huuaa. bui a:.' 
rcid oaiai modftn pliiir.Mrr f«'! iia »4 
baiamaul lartr barn. Ihrtr an. *rb fiuUiai 
other outbouata Laaa lreMa|p rar toid 
arhoolp bwa b«iai a»r«ir« i.i « utfir* 
44 MB FO Br* 14 * Fur’ 4 if l> C 



J TCI ' ROOM nOMB WA*nkO WITH 
tr ai-r.. It baaemeri Ku aarr i* floa 



$7500 



Sal<‘'»rooiii*4 

VegeUblea, Apples. TooU, Sabh. 
Door*, aaaoruuent oX odd Fuminire. 
lie. 



Momla\ aiiti Tiitxlay 

( nmtnetMinf bt 



H a m'ART TATn. 
Ciatk of ib« Lafialaiiva Aiaeasblr 



i aAK BAY CHOICt LOT «l X 140 ON 
' ' Rrad In the neo tana- 

ilMa'M* t-i .'iititian O 44 *d b«l«taii 



Iti.rrSfmtl ROlTir OR HMAri 
aparniai, oari'eil Flraae reolt ii 



BRITISH SETTLERS 
ATTENTION’ 



•^'.-ACTIZ FARM 4 -ROOM FHAME COT 
/ tai* td I •• ir.nar t*rn ft 

J c«a» II mllM f«rn ri't Watt iaarip' 
Road Raa’.hc IfK 



,AK BAY 1 . 01 . TOW'NUIY r 
Ita. En *-31 after II noof; 

,AH BAY LOT 



It HfiUE IN « liOOO UUrTHlCT 
. I , 1 *- H'.t I 07 r-'r.f • 



By Gradwell Kiishaw 
AUCTION SALE 



NOTt— Our le»*e hAung expired on 
the lot nex* to our MlrMiKitm «r 
wtU Aell in Anderson'* Qintge inext 
door lo our Miletroomai the following 
Vehicle*, promptly at 10 . Si A M. 

I 9 M niFVROI.FT 10 , 1(11 
C'lmplelriv iivefl>buled 
1^31 TFRRVPI \>f. 

I9S3 iioiM.i; ricKi r 



CENTRAL- F 1 IONE 



4 AMH iil YFH RFWf*:iiFH r>fT»r« TVfE 
" r -i.p ■ . n* :*i, a r p * ar.* 



M 4 -ACRE FARM BEHRIKB AND FUl'L- 
^1 try Kaani-n far tair ar part •« 
rhari«a riry al«-rw/m h'-uar Rui J 7 I 4 

Trim *' 



l»FR.'.|\\ RM;R— Imie ftbir enUer 
ion of Rare Perkian and Climear 
Rugr aonu* of whirh have *e>d<un 
• - • i: cm; on tliLfebm' ir* i<- iiu-Iuded 
1011 X 7 6 • 



'PIIR»t A'HCa LAKBFftO.NT 

I ■■•f I»u amall hiiuart 
ra: - 6 ! F nttl 



L>yi rwu BLOCKB fROU 

t I'h-ii.t M WM 



BAANtCH - EXTRA RfE' iAL. 



•re; PrinccM Bokhbnt 
pair of Hereke 4 0 x 6 0 H>»khArB 0 6 x 
68 TebrU 100 x 130 . iaIurHZ SOxSA. 
be.veral amall Bokluiraa, 3 Chinese 
Ruga 80 x 11 0 . 13 6 x 100 . 13 6 x 90 . aUo 
a Shlrvan 7 . 6 x 10 0 , and many oUtera. 
A KIM. AM) IMI'OKIIM ( UL- 
t.KTION t)K UKUilNAl. Oil. 
r.MNTIMiS AM) MAllK 1 OI.OK 
PAIS'TIVr.S by and attributed to 
SlunJiopr* FtirUea, HA J Zt/llaiiy. 
HA J I'f' lO'e K -t K.' il 

WilNon.' R.A . B W Leader KA 
Henry Moure. R A . 8 tr J. L MlllaLr 
P R-A . Enuly C«rr. W Cullm*, H A . 
Sir Alfred CaaW RA. T. Sidney 
Cooper. R A , juliUA OL-van. RAJ 
W. Oaken. A R A . .1 M W Turner 
RA. Da\ld Cox. RWB. elr 
Albo fine Artut Prwf Etchmga b> 
'sir D y Cameriii. R A Kir Prank 
Bmngwyn, R A . aet of 6 rare Sport- 
|mg PriiiiA by Henry Aik» ii. fur* 
|Cuaclung Prinu in color by Heiider- 
ivm, fine old Mcirland Colured Prlnii- 
|and Proof En»r»vlng>. etc. 

SlLVKIl — Unique George III S-pierr 
Silver Tea Service In (dueen Anne 
Patterna lall pierea marked Lond"n 
1603 ’. fine 10 l-i>i*^ie f.-it'ern i,. 
Sterling in L-u. .XV - 

tent, pair of Sheffield Camlalabra. 
|To<» 4 '- r«i f-'. Nai'kiii Huib' !■ *- 
|Servera, etc 

IKRASS and roPPKK^’oal Buckr 
Kertlea, Candalabra. Wall Sconrea, 



From Scetlond comet 



LHOICa ACRta-TILE ORAIKXn 
ail frnrrd and ■ rnt*-f*i ’ rd Th 
arm ae«i^ t>i imitthy ai' * 't i-.’ t' 
arm In thr»» • yra- - nld l-.fari* FIS'* 
ROOM MODERN RBSmiNrl: 
vatrr auppl* automat'..- rlr'-.r: r-*' > 

Thfrr-' af farair J0l*t> ar.:* aura*i. .■ 
1* . Bt'-Mfr hbuaaa. lOatn m(p-l»rr. • tr 
h*>M«r fr»0 ranm IfttJO ‘ Lr-.;;#** a>! 
m»n! dr mm arS nul I'rrt. 18 : 
BULB8 Foi’i-aina arr a f*» nf <h« "• •' 
• tpan»lf» lUB* l.-i'lu-*-* 4' rt la^*' fr;-i. 
!nv*rtnr>, cn '•> irrr fi»-» •• 1 -a't 



McCollum't PerfecfioR 



. • Scotch Whiiky 
wrthovt poor the worM 



MA7NAUI) A SONii — .Aurtieneer'* 
7S1-S3 Johnton btrerl GSflll 



- airr fart of FAmriZLO 

rorrr* or R-->,4r(*»,,r ar-j M’»i 
ll»*» :• a- *u# tt 



over. Alwoyt owh 



TED HAWKES & CO 



AVK YOU A FOt'R OR FT\ b RiXAl 
ir ■ Jaifir t.ut d>4»f*- * 
r tl "f'' a*h a 1.1 -•nitia Wl 1 daai « " 
u .1 a » r.-.ioni** 



Til',*- delightful family home. Mtua'i-u 
on h'le Un!l—-’*p*'d lot adjoining 
the piii'.:;.ir 



tor McCollum'* ferteef- 



.<t.i >«Mr* |;-ji 1- Tl'ffr ta 

ar Mr* aauu.j.ir ■.» rf.-f-4*«-' t.- r- 
ibia mndm ■L.-rrufui 'airr. I’.a> .* 
b«f# and •iiftaui frar ot rr.:ua.'i. 
it'« lb* baft valt.* In U>t Aaa'.hb F' 
•uia tnvfninrv rontain* •irrr IM i 
t« a raah valua af dVar fl filD nw 
IR RXrrRCNli h»r\ra ihb ur >ual •. 
if.f at «hr eO *3 C 

FVLL'FRtrX OF dZJiw 

A«k far Mr Fat* ■ n>* D 4M 



•ORAV A Dl'CKWORTH 



'the Scotch thot 



Oak lki> (»oif ( oiirse 



,( iMirUi af 

by H5 n 



circle* the 9 lobe. 



I HAVE 83 Mo AN tMtWK KAYMEM • ‘ 
1 a f«Hir pr ri*« romti Hurtal'i* Rar 
itaa-i* I'd) Can da all r*i<alrt Bit M 4 '' 



comprumg on the gr'mnd floor, 
la/ge Uvlug-Room. family-.Mzed 
I)intnK-R*>om. , wnU-appoinled Den. 
all leading from vide hall, mndem 
Kitchen. 

There arr fhe bedrooma and two 
baihrooma >m Die aecond floor, and 
Iwo well-flrilFhed roemr on Ihe third 
fUxir 

l^tCKA bbhrmrnl wUh ieparale 
inunriry room 

Otl-O-Matlc Heaiitig Separate 
Curage 

The aair u bnt.g rnndurird under 
iiMtruriiorw receded from the 
Montreal Tnirt Co. Executor* of 
the Rata'e of the late Mr* Blaliop 
Arrangement* to irvpect the 
properly may be made with the 
Aucti'ineer and undernoted ARent/ 

Clradwell Kihhaw Anetinneer 

wHh 

( \KIII )1 * M\Y. LTn 
1717 llroAd flreel 1,7174 



S2350 DOWN 

C«*v n*a: Kiuaida 

r**f 4 IIJ F'l: i-:>> 4 

$5250 

TRADE ON APARTMENT OR 
ROOMING HOUSE 

1 RiinMied tli.' a.* ' ' ad * *r> 

>•4 t* a 3*0 1 * 1 '* ('•' Or aail f"- 



S ArtJtlRK AVE Naar TtUleum 
N't A hfautirnl K»ma*i’R 13 * by 
F>»r»'«»n trf*« Baa *«ir 4 l»ii 

C TOWNLTT BT FuM r.ff Riab- 

J mui.' Rf* A fVarae M 

O h'-;l .1 fM« pr.pij ar ( 4 l«»T 1 r* 

5 MAMI< 10 tJ 3 niBTRirr Wa 
>'t*a la» or th'»* nica tn|* laf' 
I arra ih*> miT ba purrhatart xn 

a* )n« ai |ui III par 



*M Tataa Nirtol 



ADY CUENT OCBIRXR TO FUKrilABB 
a • or •-from n-.i-Mai'.* niib thr«u*h 
• >. *i> that * lin-oi* rould (>a 
- M'a Hlltrift Will par up in t 1 rno 
t: Fhoi a B 3 I 3 T ( antral Raalt« 



Wr BELL THE EARTH 



BFECIAt 
fnr South ar 
lad'-rad prlr# tn :4 i iwirT 
«l>n »ah' anr* oa'a' 

i* 0i*> 

Lnp 'ataa 

tz.CAn-’*" >'■ xractAr rxcifwivt 

900 UU H*ra ara irVEN ACRES 
farm tha’ hi»» ai’-aha-i a"t' Lori'ai] r.» 
a hard-turfarad Mph«a' a''.«a lo O'la ai 
“ ’h'lildinfa atd a nra f»a 

• l*n ••n-paira ba*h'p:''>' 



>« 3 fr— KIDNEY 
vXZDU 114 ' ar laat'.ri* 

■ adli.f ar craa' ■* 

aarani btinaa'uo 
d''v*’»d on a coa'i-itaa 
and ihopplnp dlr'rlrt 



$5250 



M t rttr'rr RfQrrRFB oldfr tyfe 

bv raTn« a**. a hnina I nt « »> ''hit 
Vfutl hata hnt oatar hr*' Ca'' Mr 
(Tara* Vrrnnn Mar' n « r.i Etf'-int* 
EMU 



NEAR HAULTAIN 



lEACE RIVER FARMfR WANT* 4 (iR 
I raM 4 m tuncalAO bv Fatiruara I* Wi! 
I* up tn *8 1144 lor hnma f tn-a*tni 

li *2 r,..ir.,.u' * 



Between ArenairbT A Quadr* ftt.l 



$6000 

NEAR CENTRAL JUNIOR 
HIGH SCHOOL 



arhnnii Rama ai 

r'Mim iMinpa >4 . 

'a»al» (tulna.rpcMn wtlVt flrania-* * RF.A’ 

1 »000 BUT. 

*ycn/\ — HD 13 * 4 b Arrai af hifhnat 
50 jUv/ and •a'*rfr»nt nr, Walthal * 
-.-krt" a«n»n and 4 *r«r)fn paint '"ftria'a:* 
hunfala* «nh lull *ia*aman* dnva in (ar 
• C* ard lavrir l>aarh TM* l< a anap a' 
'ha nrl't aai'd 

-Ha n* l.atatf maiiarn 4 
^/q/O m« 4 r bk>n*aio« trllh full ra 
n.ar.i haaamart 'a'ladr- 'mM aril furna'a 
Naparata rarifa -h|. «an a- i bma< 4 ar 
' ruaa Rncail fnilia and 3 a-'** Pf rhni.* 
*n‘i tn 4 -itMla rtr'-la |c tq:i van* am*:' 
*"aa|a fp, rpnt baal lh:» nr 

'oHay • msrKai 

F W MOORE A ro 

* 1 * Johnann Bireai Fhnna ETtM * 
Evaninft Ca i 

a Fiddirk. O IMM or L Raubaik B 13 ^ 



.‘va fuller pAiiicular* tA UiU Sale (U 



RtmerMiE n orr Toimia 

A*a Kara ti a |a| |ti 'r^nta In 
iai::t ar .1 «a' *i>i< (r 'ha an*. 



Tliix aijvertt*-emcn! not pnh- 
liihetj nr di!kpla>r‘l Lv Ihe 
I.i(]u<'r (^cntrol (l*’'ari| nr hv 
;he r»ci\ef ninrnf ol Brilish 
('ftluml'ia 



Fine Furniture 



vttwnn^ 

•r..ck#r*? 

,0.\ t'm#* 

; 1 .Tifka.twi 



NEFntn REVFNl'l 
pratarahl* «tlh aa'r.<-'.r< 
f'l' pa> H* to 8 !J<**ir p., 



$6350 



TED HAWKES & CO 



in Monday night* "Time*" and 
Tueaday morning * ‘•CoInnUt ’’ iTil* 
-lile wrlJI Include an almnat new 



DUPLE.X $6300 



fTFRAK RAB roii>r.*Nti rOR WARM 
homa raa4fr.*hif pn-af B'-« pal 



nf'MBft KEFTirn 

Tt*t RAVI 1 nrr-OF Tfiww riiebi” 
*’ nKn r.aa-l bltma* nea With >'«Ml U!' 
lx 18 M* and l*n «'lh II 4 M and II nryi 

dx*n paamanif TYiaaa ara p»«iitlra Vnyacr 
an* q'-i' k ariiMt a* 4 urrd 

Eaarmft Mr Hallmark O «'** 

HAM.UARR A CO FE 4 t EBTAcr 
1*7 Cantral Bid* B l»|l 



QUADRA ST -LAKE HILL 



( IIIN.\ and (tl.A.ss -Cruwn Derb) 
Tei. oenli'e. Ltmuge Ira th-ivi'* 
WiHlEWood and Stail'Tdehlre pierr.- 
such a* Jiiic*. Plaiee, Cup* and Sau- 
cer*. Ctfarette Bel. Cul-GIaM De 



QUADRA REALTY LTD 



I'win Ik'ilrooni Siiile 

W.-!ni. .iiifl h ' -: - ' Kliimi 
Queen' Kpringn and Slmmotu 
IN-ep in-n Spnng-iUlrd Mi"; - 
With extra roverx 



IMPORTANT 

AUCTION SALE 






$67S0 

GORGE BARGAIN 



3’ j MILES OUT 



•»a i)uaf'ar a-ra p.th naar m* fan nf 
• a'frin.t Clr.a b'prk fr--m iiira and hu* 
.p f 4 a« aar* amall Ihraa r 4 b*i>k 

M»r.' •• «a'a' '#t»t 0 >. bu' Itvabla 

•la bglino'i Tha ba* 1 *tar>d N:fh*a> 
I !aaa 'ha p'aaa nf tna ai 1 »iir>t raad 
.a- t n-i* c»-<par't ta»» *«:uabia at a 
n-atoa 'aarnaiBi alia b«at rar 'alt *a at 
04 at'maM Va-y raaaonabla 



ORNAMtSTS. MIMAIl KtS. »Tt 
— F.xqul«lle TiAlian Jewel Cabinet 
with enameled panel*, pair Silver 
Plaque*. Mlnlatum Rtiaewood Cheat 
Drawer*. Miniature Tnlatd Wnun| 
C’heal*. Rmewnrwl Tea Cafidv beauli 
lul Chlneee Va*e 'heighl >6 tfva » on 
finelT-carved Chlneae, Table, choice 
aelectlon of Carved Chine** Figure* 
etc . Davenport Jara. etc 



Caath'alr >«■! Tl.a.' >: I Kn l.atam*'- 

■aearaia fftf' Ttiat 143 Fnatattu,: 
aefU I Flirt 4 ' 

$5800 

MT. TOLMIE. MODERNISTIC 

t Bnnpnad buit*. ■ Vai> i*iaa ' 

'•*.*» %'ih o»a|i«-a if- IT kl'rban 

k'ih '.rii.k t plat 4 . I -iX'.i* I ba'lfivimg 

■ hrlMy rwm A ’ ''>na« htallx* 



ii*A*fnrr 3 rr.R iwnmdEwr am 

•’ r '-ita hi ma f'»a «a m fniMW e*i" 

• •I-.* *ith hatrfttai-i a« MAI.F tn fib* 
*>'■<* •I'ni. Ihraa m’la r" la Hn ’-h 
)a no-’ •: lanbMad brr.|.aM' f'aO Mr 



H A ROBERTS. LIMITED 



FURNITURE 



$2350 



FARMS' FARMS! FARMS 



A«TET> FTill A niFHI t BOOM 
h-'- a 1 '. 0x4 B«f '•aar 'tia p-.ir 
■ t-i* *iMi a aaa fa* Nni aata* bat’ 



ORAUE A 
tr»t» P'ft' 
t'ful fi»«na I 

Mmpla't 

iTtrmt' 



( IlINKh* and IIOMFSTIC RIGS 
(ARIhON RTROMBFRG 
( O.MRIVATION RAfllO 
MIVFRW4RF. and CHINA 



LAKE and SEAFRONTAGC 

FBOrtmn .4 IN THE OUBfAH *HD 
fOWICM\'» DIBTRtCTB 

Fa-mt Riamat A'ratka an* autlrata 

OOWort'F ;.at 



$9500 

UNIQUE SETTING* 
WATERFRONT HOME 



U ’ATrm - n« ntniHejn* ARta nw 
OCiROt fnr rath al)rn«i 4 *-r«p*» 

bunta'nvi^ wtih *a withnn' batemm't 
enttarai.-n rrd n* laniiarr *"•••# r»it Mr 
rhnrnalatt 0*114 arat OI’i» 



A 1*0 I FOULVHT FARM t , 
a'raa Rati l«TaiU>n «n> Atatn* 
l«o rhi-kan htmtat 1 * t IV; and 
nthrr •.u’l‘.'.i"p"ti *.•». di»r »1 

hn..r A .ntp 



FURNITURE 



nriiig tlie rotitpni.i of the reeldence 



LOCAL 9 MONI Na 

G ard«n 4179 



HENOtRVJN. PEAfcl IL CO, LTD. 

1^ •VAfiuh triHerr tn-huAK Be 

■ TMOfit iw 



\\’AVT*T» Fon n fEHTB fH FAIBFTTin 
•• '"nmfi’-'tb a n’ 4 ar 1 »pa nnma I bad 
fwnmt aaiantla' Immadiatt pntaatxnn f<— 
f'Aei 4 Flaata aall MR ^OBMElOt 



Preiiv Mh-mhi Ai Riern Miiilaiilanci In 
liOQlA XV deeign. 3 Fnldlng Card 
Table* fwiir of Te*kwood Armchair*. 
Rti*h-*e*lnd Chair*. Carved Cam- 
phorwood Che*i. Carved and Ollt- 
frame Wall Mirror*. Swing Mirrors. 
NtBt nt 4 beautifully-carved Chineae 
Tables, several other Ocraakirul 
Table* and Chair*, aeverwl fine 



■ a > Tf-'a.ad Murrn bw fB.na B-. 'ai<ra 
•il' 'a'ft llvi't rnntn ailb fuapia.a fu'l 
« aad illnini 'if.tn I«i<a 4 arn aii'-'*rf^ ( etyat 
•alhimei biih aapa’a'a ahaae* 1 bed 
-- 4 )mt 4 ik IMcra Kumput "tim a<d 
aundr* m-.m |n b*tan-*ni pipad liirnara 
anal t'iiar Bapara'* li’afa Threr 
• Btarfraril l« 4 t 4 a* ijrii lera-'an - 



FRITT AHP iviri inV WA 

k f-’a* ri.ajf’aa lA|a..r 
hatriat fllbartt Na« 
bfimdar 44 A rh'rtan* 
ifi*i h»*iia V an 

Tha ba*i r 1 a 

*ff $14, 

F’aatr ri'i Mp Taali B*ai 



2S* Far D«**w FaM le* 1^*81** 
flaata Bara Tbtm Waadr Wb*« 4 Wt 
Orirrr taUw 



Airrio - I OR • BthTE APARI 
— art bniiia Fa'f aa<-talnrC lutir- 
- 'r r*th iA«t *..f M- r«na. Mart 
BeaH- ai 3 F rt Bt«ta> eil 3 a 



PRUPtRTl «L ANTED 



Mating rf'c’vfd irwtnjrtion* from 
Ihe Montreal Tru»l Co. executor* 
f'f the e»tate nf the lale Mrt Bt*hop. 
I will nell the entire fumDhlngs of 
the residence on the 

PRKHISFM A.R AROVI 

jCTompriaing tn part 
Pine Chexterfleld with mau hmg 
Chair*. Antique Arm and Occasion- 
al Cliair*. Oetirgian Recretaire in 
msh'itany. with original hamlle* 
and mcuichetiu.* Ctxktall and^ End 
Chmexe R'.g. 



U -ABTEO IV OAK BAT A 4 OR * ROOM 
iHihtsle* ffif a faah riiant If yei- 

harr ana f*r tala phena Tad Rawkaa B C* 

Aik far Hr Rind# Oim rvarlnt B 14*1 



FARM 

AUCTION SALE 



Th«* idvertiBcment ti m>t pub- 
lished Of diapUved by the 
Liquor Control Board, or by 
th* Government of Brilith 
fnl umhla 



PAGE & SNAPE 



H A ROBERTS, LIMITED 

1713 OOroLAa WT 'Owe ■'TWa Bar ‘ 



yAWTEn Ft iR fABH AFFROXIMATE- 

• It 1 a-raa *|lh hauar. *l!hl 4 I* pil'r 
r-Ia Ona f, pafi'ulart Wr 
"1 117 * rotcini 4 i 



l\’AI*T FOUR OR FIVE ROOM ROPBt 
*1 Rifh Q«iadra ar Hoynt Tnimla d'r 
ri'> abngt il 4 *C WM«a«airn 1 * l« *4 day* 
"'I '414 Cn'ne'ai 



IMMELIATt POSSESSION 

1 O f •t'M'arn ttu'ea armi -buniaioa 
|"WU *n«n. 3 ua eak n««rt threufhu 
a I larja raniM firap'ar* in lirliin 'na 
ermbrnka babrik.m Cbblnri kUrf 
»iih *taatfa *4 np.,k oiL-<> MATH i 
• aiar haa'irj liafafr In baaamr 

t Zr ' $13,5C 



nx FAT OF TT 3 MM CABR FOR 

t'-nd lat tn uborr 4 ni»a,t iarTIlary 
• I a mi'r 'irrir Fhm«a I 11*1 PT Bn* 



DAIRY COWS AND 
EQl IPMKM 



AUCTION SALE 



AVTEn awAU, MonEBB atTKOAf nw 

Mi'tlara'a ? pfb r^ a,r fund d»» 

I •"•’nar 3 JTY W»»t 13 t*; Arar-r 
,,,.ta> e (• 



EAST SAANICH FARM 
9 2 ACRES— $6000 

Hifh Vtrai 



DIMN<;.ROO\! s| H KS 

neaintful 6-plf*e fH-orglan R-"'' 
dueUon Dining-Room Susie by Raw- 
Itfuutn, very nice lO-pkerr- SherEton- 



'Otmt* rorrtE whom mMOfrmw 

^ n'lh iB *» -r»at ha'-iaara ar an'" 
.:irt B"r lan* r"i"ni«i 



Of Dairy Cowa 
Dair* Fgalpmeftt, Fie 
ttn 

IIIIKsDAV. rrH 13. ai I p tit 
tlKVlng tecej'-rd In' i rut t I'ln 1 will 
aell 13 hend i<> itiod Dairy Cf'W* M 
Tuimher nf them have |u«i freahefn-d 
tnd arr heavy rnllErra. 7 iJaht 
IfnrACA tiruken to fsim work 3ft to 
30 ton* nf v-od mixed ilay haled br 
Whilby Al nUkr heavv FordAon 
Trarlor and a-Furrt»* Plough ami 
Mower The Trartnr ha* kieel anrl 
rubber wheel* pul!* v, _|nvern<^. Ini- 
ptilee atarter and run* on etnve ml. 
It 1* In tierfert ctindlifnn 2-17nit 
M 'H Milking Mn'-hine complete. I 
Delaval Milk Crr'Ier. I email Milk 
Cooler 

TilP Hdl.K Mill HI MKM) on the 
farm occupied for many year* bv 
Mr Joe l>,bbA on Gordon Head 
flr>ad Vlrlort*. where the laet mim- 
per of AurUf.n Sale* have been held 
KveQfthlng ha« lieen sent there for 
convenlenre of aelllnk Anyone wiah- 
Ing to *end anything to be *nld i* 
invited to do tr, 



AN-fVD oonn FAIRFiriJI HOME 
(•««»- 14 144 Bala"'* triBsth'* par 

•• M' «r'-mrnl rwo -'ll— B"! »M 4 



}UM aff tbr Ea« Raai.i-'' 
m"r« Thr •r-l • i" fhr 

' *a«lhl» a"ar> .'nt 
W*-i anpn tn r<.**r riz-p a"“ 
brrr an*' to r rt^r - r .p a ' 
ii rtr- *b»'» a-r IN nw t'r*« 
hrr»f pit*"* 1**44 rrw pi«r>'» a-’r* 

'B*arch«rnr« v, ai-'r t-!arkbrri;>- j apsi* 
t prar I plupx ••■'nr t’aprt Pn l 
Aatriarnt and raiir.rta''an fnr h»-ia« VVt 44 
AI*P a anr raea hnuar Wl’*' haarmr'* 
la'tr ba-" pnui'ry hn«,-r a"d bt.-.'-tr' 
h"'iar A” frrrrd Abu-'danr* e* *a»r» 
rl««'t'r pump Thii *• a f'*r’ r'aia pra- 
ie'»"lnn fat (ht f 1 *h' PArir 



TatiJr*- very fine 
166 x 106 nther rhiPerr end dom- 
r»* Ril«-. Aiuiii'if nufTrl In ni«- 
h'-^Atiy. metrhliig Dlnlnx Table. 
*e* of 10 whf-eipirk mahcvxny 
ChniTN flfie fUtver. Ola** and 
Chinaware. aevrral old Sporting 
PriritA and other Pirfurea Jovely 
Drxpea. qiianti'y ,>f Bed and Table 
Uneii*, Drer-tde Cu'b* and Iron*. 
Elerlflr Refngera'nr. Elrrfrh Stove 
and Ride Burner WathinT Mechlnt. 

(OIT AlTOMATir riKTOI. 
Bedroom Pumuhingx mdude. Twin 
Bed* wiih Inner Sprint M*tirew*ee 
Antique (Th«wta and D.'eeMng 
Table*, old Swing Mtrnrr. several 
pieree of CnamcHed rumiture 
3 iair Cwrpei. Wool Rug*. Kitchen 
Fumiehtngs. Oerdrr. Implement* 
Many other ueeful end Important 
piece* 

Note Ihe Rale Date and Tlnae 
The above noted RcAldenre will be 
offered for Rate by Auction prerinta* 
to Bale if rucniahlngs. 

Open for ixutpecuon from 3 to • p m 

RaDda*. Mnndsy and T»e*dsT 



CITY - - CLOSE IN 



*vin lirii'-WEnB attevtu-'B ii 
• i'-r- f Ural 88 VI* *1181 

• J *• K 



W’AVl'tp tmOEVTt.l rtVF f>B FIX 

V* rr«'m t»i"ra''.« I" Oak Baa « >t 
Oil O.va"' f 'rnarr Ca** Brt 1«*4 fV.t 



Having rrieived iikAinictionx from 
Mr* Chat Rucklev. I will sell on her 
farm «n MllUtream IV>*d lougford, 
V 1 . the following 6 head of vnung 
Cow* nf Ht'ineln. Avrehire Jeraev 
and Ouemury breeding, over hHif 
have freeherw^ 6 Heifer*, some are 
bred 2 Veal Calve* One xiuiig 
nuern»ev Bull about 18 month* old 

• unregistered' Delaval Cream Rep- 
aralnr Milk Conirr l>nt* nf rase* 
and milk bnitles. a few lO-gal milk 
ran*, pall* and other Dalrv equip- 
ment One-fl«>r*e Mower. Havrake 
Planet Jr. C'lmhlnallnn Seeder and 
rMItiYwidr l^rge-sixe Incubautr 
Miracle Healer and other thing* 

mimernux to mention When vou 
rr-i-vx the railroad at Langford from 
VictnDa lum on to Mlllstream Rc«d. 

• See Red Flag " 

TFftVIh ( AMf 



,V'» Al pr* rrpR 4 At.f AM, ri.iAK 

'•■r' in-aM fr.iKi «*t| «ai*p 

•' r- n rt h»«" o' *"11 |'i--.i* horpM ’• 

:< rtlfirtr lira rr 4 >-r Hvaino 

n.«-o*,i |-i.,.r,» UK Kealif.t 



$5250 



I'lltn lIKt TO BfV llJfV C1LD rOT 
•••• nt rtM" "Io«» In RA4m 1 ITT 

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J. H. Whittome & Co Ltd 



AVTxn c.;,n Horar r-jne»iv pob 

81440 p4»i»»i'«i, W«k t1>8 



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1 * mi'ra ffnm i*'t» ba:' Km MO 
W 4 «nMrrt 0 »i 4 Wr*t< apariirb Knart 



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SWINERTON & CO LTD 

«** aWOOOHTOH BT ai 



If* BAAMim JWT OFT WAI <4 
paa l"••4• 4 m’’* rItrW Baf 4» 
C 4 '' 4 *« 1 flpne BB af* fl** 

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e 4 0 »n»f Wm ^ap* C"l"Mrl 



JUBILEE HOSPITAL 
DISTRICT 

APARTMENT HOUSE 

II'R'"> 4 im> aaar'mm ti 4 >u* PUh fat! 
b*aam»i.< a-d bn aaiai bta'i'if Hai-I 

•ap* f'i-’f» Fn.if-»*f aaraf" twrip im 
*i »4 larrtan ••«•).•«• r>»arlT I 3 IV 1 Bin'.iMf 
*’*• 14*1 l«ar rMT* fnr l•«l,•r ( 8««4 fur. 
"Itpr* 

PRICE $14,000 

A a|«« pvtoiariBM ^nmr a'.« mr..")* 

H. W. MILLER & CO. 

)■*• oovERNviENT rr rHova oiasi 



Wabttp enw cabh a eF«-M’DFT> 
I* 4 n- i •r^r.rn beiMa Opk Bar or Ten 
Mil* Bn«-' pr«c*rr«rt pnr 1744 f 



SAANICH BARGAIN 
FOR QUICK SALE 



eb«v4« i *ti4 



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lIBTlvn* WAWTED BirTERK WAmwn 
err hnmra nf all •>l»» an* prt-n* 
1 " •" pa»<« »f Orral*' Vi'""rlt I' yn*» 
')*•» prBprr'T (At *al« anf pia-a •« 
t«awlpi*'i Oak Kai aaiBlrb er Vir 
•"fla *'.•*•• t»t *a liary parHra’ari pf 
•an* 



$6300 



%«»Ti« * TO raentToaa 
IV TRt WATTVa Of THV laTart OF 
CNAEI** (LIFTOB •WfTH l»rrr**»* 
^CrnrE U tirAsy *i»afi pu'>«a>-l <a 
aarilAB n pf |b« 'Trua’er Ad thal 
ail pprarna fcavir* rlAiiwa a*ai*it> IBe 
«r ChaiMa gllttwn amtin rtv-raaort 
la'a ef PIrinria BrtuaB CMunib a mirait 
Vba *!•* pn Oir I 7 ih Say Pf MarrJi. 1*47 
a*« rppatrpg M Sriirtr *r aen* particulart 
*r their klaisa. Saly vtMfled. pe ac brfnr* 
(hr 11 M da? of Maryh. 1*48 <n ihr anrter 
•■•rad. aetirtipr far J Waam WaMkr 



H. MrDlicrwon A Sour 

Lipealwrk Awetiaikeer* 

1917 rrOAR mu. CROKtlROAD 
VtfTORtA G 1S97 



t. M KOBEVEAK * CO I TO 
4 ,t V<*p Ri It* VnlB« Erttl-Mn* f) *M< 



II. McPIicrwon A 'N8IIIW 

1917 ( rDAR mix rRDKKKOAD 
VirTORIA GU97 



Pemberton, Holmes, Ltd 

p» FTHiT rrwrET 



CLOVERDALE 



$2300 



FEirS KEDUnU) FOA QUICK SALg 
^ar f««ma an* pantry dnan Dna ui 
' 1 *p-R 4 ?'« *a VrwMi aiwl ••patai* ci* 
•UVi tPolirdad FiiU rp»y"l baarni-'. 

fatwa?a oara** tarwadiai 
Oaa< «alaa 



IS YpUR PROPERTY 



■KAUTiFVt *-Arnl FARM I 
(iicia aawi* ppo* nr 

boaepifni (artiiea Nap bar 
arp* *aia*iu<lint« au <a *■ 
8l3ft»4 op-'«f Fniaa'to l*a*i 



Grwdwell KlUhaw Aweti 

with 

< Am.l.m Q HAT. LTD 

ftit flrawd Rireel. I 



$42001 

ALFRED CARMICHAEL ! 
& CO , LTD. i 



THE UBT 1 NO OF YAtm HOME *• FARM 
»r Ew«lraaa arewaOt I* »aapa( 4 fpH» »»> 
""••'•d Wa haaa ppiwaTau* rUani* pait- 
"t 1* parfha** 



I. MpwdwT Nifbt. 7:30 g <w 
McMarawN'a Hall. C«*d««s 9 «T 
2 . WadeaadwY Aft a rwaae. 2:90 g.«w 
OggaW* Lsqwm Wtwaav 
Qiksdrw aikd >*yw*ldi Mw 4 
1 . Ttrwrsdar Nifirt — Mt. TMia* 
S*. AMww '8 HaM. 7 :t 0 g*. 

*>alaa Foar*. Fraono. FaaaWa* Warriaa 
I Wpta. Orapa* raalfaaa, CWsbaaa At*ln«a 
MMntoa. Pta a 4 # 



2-Ton End 5-Ton Double-Eilenwion Botilc Typg Jackt 
Rai*e From ' lo IR'^ ' WE«clief Tvj.e iJrive 

2-Ton Triplt-Eitenaion Screw jicki 
Raa-e F’rfrm A" to 21’ .15 ' Jfandle 

(WxMi b'F Car jack* 

Gilchngt Logfing Jachi 
I.imited Qtjanltly Onlv 
Alto Limited Qtuntity IS-Ton Jdcka 
FOR YOUR SHORTAGE— SEE OUR SURPLUS 



I yHCKTWr.iOO-FACTHO TWO WOADO 
U'lUKRN BIX BOOM twatTLATED 
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DWAIMEO •• RKAHtPKI THBRB aAnii 
FOH KtX CWICXEH H(M.'BBa PiMI ••• 
ARO OTHER EvngJtROE EF-rT WE 3 X. 
Ai'BtAOE HAS WEEN arBorvaiED n«TO 
14 ,. *nkE LOT* FVU, FARTICOUARB 
FROM MLAMD UfVIWTlIHRT CV> LTD 



LEACH & SPARKS 



01.0 rrwTOH KAVIVED 
CAKTKRBURY. Chgland <Ft 
'Th* eiertran of I^TFwr-old Ko bert 
.«^leel a* ‘'Boy BlAhnp" at Ihe RoyaJ 
.Collefp of Churrh Music for Ihe 
|rhrMmt*a period rrvlvwd a e*r*«non> 
dating back to the Middle Age* 



IMMEDIATE POSSESSION 



Wrw-naew *«'■**•«« ••<> ba'tl ai>d 

— FMiikli awnroM*. a*** fir*, ihre*. 

*4 apt bpUitama. fall c»win baa»ra*nt . 
fanaa'p M* faol harber rraoiaa* taimir 
•reharg **aei •mip*« *4th Patbr"«fti 
LMoFy Mr4P* lAevt FT1<w ti »»la»R4« 4 » 
•pro* MM* 

CM WHS 1 ** a«»«* a-vd *** tf 1 | AAA 

laet *• war* MfWpar > I 1 'LAAJ 
Wrti la *aU 4 ««Nit<t aaloa 



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rpopM aalM. pa royatf* luttiwa M w 
larfa ar tPiat'- ■» |p Id 8** M rp’sa 
p* 4>a?a vanr cIMnu ti bom *( 
e<*ww« raiwat ta 18 MS Tar *•*' 
reaa'18 and protwpt anarttawi atUi 
F 8 MW* CMIt* Mr kleninKrWI 



erOSaa ar* inatiad for aup*-»ind a 
a-TOR TWIfTX rMBptel* puH atoai 
I* Eodr and RriroalP R*<*i Tanatty 
• PddAaaM M Rw Sn*aralgMi si th* 
ilcisal Ral' Eaxwlaalt B r . apt MW 
I Rps pr',*'*. Mae Pa* evbr oary t 



Auetkmeers and Agent* oC rme 
Huraery fttort to CtC 
MOTIC8 

TOO CAWT l/WI 

Wa nrfo-a •« oati any Mt of aaiM^ ataa* 
tor mart lhae pfavafUa* poae la' Twtafto 



LOKDON CP) - The Vane Latw 
' factory of the Btwndanl Motor Com- 
pany. which took II monUia to piw- 
jdiMw Its Rrvt 10.0M tractora. turned 
lout tbs BBCood 19JM ta II waakA 



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We lia>c < Al 8Lk UAMA(«E 

jrNEAl’ AlE*k* F^b T*»' The 
ftrit “Titu wind' u> Te»r». with 
Cu»U up to M *r.d M milM AH b<Mit 
for • few Mcx'ndt duratMKi. amuhrd 
w1nd('W>. blew down telrphnne Unae 
And A n<«Unf drydorfc adrifl 
nn the waterfront lAAt nlfM 

• A “Taku wind" is at retremelj 
cold, bllsurd-like 



Huu.sei>oat Has All Comforts of Home 



C C P » campaif n We are rau- 
iciC fund* for our own campaifn 
onljr. 

‘We want to •*t Mr Camerun 
« lecied AA A rrpudtk(4on of the 
Governmcnt'A poUelea- Uiat u the 
taut AA «t MW U. There art no 
Atrtnga on our euppcnt and we are 
Aikinc no tonnal election A*rer- 
manta. Aa a group of diUenA. 
we are exerrumg our democratic 
right to try to get better govem> 



ror l ampai^Mi ; 

Tl»e Labor -Pnjgre&ive Party, j 
undaunted by . repeated ritorU of | 
the CCP. to Apum lU aupport m 
the Saaiuch oy-elecLon. announced^ 

yaaterday that U waa making a 

If A 



blowing 

down Taku Inlet off Taku Glacier, 
between iO and 50 milea away' 



STOP IT NOW 

Co<a«t>t MIAT a^At.' Ui* aat'o'M 



OBAN Scotland <P» — ReUrrd 
vetotinar>' aurreon John MacDou- 



check to aer 



na «M 



Pt'KOlO 



.tlOO to mr 



all the rotaa cattle believed to be 



aoTN 



nlcalJy diaquallly CCP candidate ,, f„ 34^ Cameron 
Colltf Cameron. 

Brucw Mlcklrburgh, aho wuljdrew ■ ■ Ak ^ 

hia candldary when (he LPP. de A A P n 

Tided to back the CC.P. aald |y| ^ U ^ || 
he had oofnm<m)caied with Mr 
Cameron's official agent and ^ 
told him the LPP. naa “willing to ( ^ 
avoid any ahadow c 1 danger of ^ 

I technical diaqualtAcatlnn of Mr 
Cameron aa a result nf our rautng 
funds for an independent campaign 
in Saanich." He waa referring to | 
statements of Mr Cameron that 
unauthorlged penuma raialng funda ; 
to fuiipnrt lum might violate the'| 

Blecuona Art i '| 

"Die pofiUoo u titai Uie 
has endorsed Mt Caotertm u 
rondurtlng an all>out campaign on 
entirely IndepenSrnt baais. ‘ Mr 



r%p«r C*. U 4 OesrsaiM 
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IWt Midi a Data to 

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and ROOFING (V.l.) LTD. 



METAL 



WEATHER STRIPS 



Foe All Types of Windows 
snd Doors 



Stof>e Drsfts. Rsttlet 
Ssves Fuel 



Venehan BUnda Made to Order 



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DgWALT SAWS ond 
ACCESSORIES 



Above pictures show cosy and comfortable atmosphere of home in floating houseboat of Mr. and Mrs. Fred 
Homer, tied up at loot of Quebec Street in Inner Harbor. Top photo ^ows aection of spacious livmg- 
room with hreplac*. naar which are Mr. and Mrs Homer Blectnciiy lor all rooms is supplied from shore. 
Mrs. Homer is seen by Oil-burning range in large, bright kitchen in bottom picture. 



('ity diPiiiflv Heal U(pu,sin^ Shortage 
\l ilh ('omfortahle Harv^e Hauselpoat 



spMe boat owners Mr and Mrs 
Homer have probably Uie largest 
"garage " possible -the neewn. Their 
Unm nahlng vessel, built recently in 
Vtotorta. ta tied up alongside ihetr 
home 

The boathouse ta Uwir Winter 
(tome. Summer months see them 
far from this port on the Ashing 
grounds They wUi be coming home 
for several-day stays during the 
commercial (bihing seasons. 

Mrs Homer is exreplloiially happy 
in her new and unusual residence. 
She mentiona only ona small com- 
plaint— every time a CPR pas- 
senger ship passes through the har- 
bor she must stralehten a large 
framed plrtiirc which hangv over 
the fireplace. 

"That's something mv httstaaoo 



tuu been gottig to attend to for 
Mime Ome,'' she remarked yesirrday 
shortly alter a large vefael had 
•teamfyi out of the harbor. cauMng 
a gentle swell 



Ai Uie luoi (it Quebec fsUeet In 
U>t Inner Harbor U nne nf the molt 
IniereAtlng homes to be fourid in 
this area | 

This home w a houseboai—aurictty 1 
pietwar model, with all comforts and 
eunvenlenrm. 

Nearly enoipleted. it Is the proud 
p<^4Mwslon of Mr and Mrs Frsd 
H’^mer. whtvf mminetcial fishmg 
espiolU over the I'aei 10 years are 
known along the c"*et of the prov-| 
inre 

Just a year ago Un^ purcliaaed a. 
surplus wartime land irtg* barge frocnj 
Wax Aaaeu Corporation. The craft I 
waa bought at Cuenox. (n«m where' 
It was- towed to this port by the' 
H<'men' Sd-foot ni«htiit vessel a^r- 
Ina 

Mr. and Mrs Hosner have built! 
their borne upon title harge. Actual 
hetuae construction elarted late last 
hummer end they moved to abotrt 
the middle of November 

Within walls of the 3a bv )g-fno( 
home there la a large living-room, 
s spacious bedroom, hallway, kit- 
chen. uiiUty room and fmir-plece 
baihroom Tt ta modem throughout 



Ml TVAL BKNFIIT 
STOCKHOLM CP» 



Kail IlsniSin. MarMnaa srS Adst'a 
(tall met rsilshara 
Hell WMrIwIne Ind«uirlsl Varuawa 
WaeM* rsnstila Aa.a antf treemirtm 
T'm Mt. R>'iwar-rvM ft a 1 1 1 « • 
Msrhinaa 

asaOMva, TaMt Saea. Wiwad lethaa. 
Rhtpara Mstava. Fmt Fisetn 



A trade agree 
ment betwevTi Pweden and Tlir NeUi 
erlands has been slgnrd here Thi 
,l«o cuuntrise are eitpeciod to ei 
change rxids to the value ctf approx 
jlmateh tl44J(N)00n. 



*1 Blways 

Kew-ForwMla 
P«f»odtnt OeatBl Crtam 
with Irian'* 



TKovtondi suReonp from the disfresnng tywpiomi and 
wretdved dtscemfoeti pf these compfomts have tuccewded 
m wewvwig rwol rebel • Ihonks 10 tcsniigen 'I** 

CATAJlilH 

Cfiorfes lerber, 43? St. Venson, 1C. soyi 
'.'f om neoring the end of my second boN4 ond f om 
fttH Mapeovmf f eon now hoof wdboid my homing aid 
wmtdo tho houeo. bo* mood d ovtodo becoi/te of the 
dfsAfOce /he drschorg# hot efopped ** 



PHIL6ROOK. BUTLER 

&CO. 



INSURE YOUR 

FIRE INSURANCE POLICY 



YES! MEW- FORMOLM 
PEPSODENT DENTAL CREAM WITH IRIUM 

GIVES THE minmr teeth! ± 



0#f reel robof wMt l owSigen ''I** Dissohred Orol Vooemw 



1*0 you kw'w that under REPLACEMENT COST 
INSURANCE POLICY it is imtiortahf to have a 
certified copy nf vour proi*erty valuatinn from an 
accredited PROPERTY VALUATOR? 

Should you ha^c a TOTAL FIRE LOSS thig will he 
a LEGAL DOCUMENT lo eubatantiate yuur fire 
loai claim. 



*niiok of ibia. Oolr Ntu^hormmU 
Pepsodeoe T>en(al Oeaia gives too 
sM these great edvsntsges ■ . . special 
new ingredients ... a rvew, hri|^t«r 
lavte . . . ht-Ht as much Inum ■ . - tbe 
grcsiett cleaostog aod loiire- 
prodwciog emoo ever oWered. So 
fM> won^r Sem-ForotmU Prpeodeof 
Dental Crewm gives rbe snAWeWreetb. 
(4f Smn-formmU Peptodent Oetical 
Oeam today — for the asderer/ tretb. 



tsfOcloRy psoporsd foe die Iteoi m ewf of 
AtOieMic osid BIsowtwwVk Pobia. 



For a SmoL Fee You Can Obtain Ttua 
Certified Copy Prtmi 



T dken by mouth „.Ho painful injections 



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PEf SODENT TEETH” art WHITEST 
Sacaata thay’ra CLEANEST 



A Trained Certified Rraparty Valuator 
Garden 4117 — Day E034I — Evaning 







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SAVE , 
MONE.Y/ 



30 MINUTES OF MUSIC 
WITHOUT TOUCHING 

...A KECOAD! 



THE DAI1.Y COLONIST, VTCTORI.A, B.C 



Ui rmdrr 



l iulorsfaiulin^ of liliiul 



emmeot ■> 



enirig of lA'jiislaliv e Buildings 30 S ears .\go 



Huge (tow 



thrm of coQvetacm acrca* to ine 
putiUc.'' 

The kite wu Mie^ted “oo aecoum 
of tu brine klry. end eon* 

fer.irni. fcud kMioirwl »nihout e»* 
peru*. while by ieoUiion Inim the 
town. U in m k *re«t mtkiurr 
Mcured against (be danrer n( <^on- 
flaerauoa. and because It U imp(w* 
sibie to prxMure a siie of ritenl 
lumcieiu for the purpow 
centre o! liie town auh»>ui Incur- 
rin* an enortnou*i.'uilay of money, 
FORMAL OFLMNC. 

U was a LefUialure of U mem- 
ben. with a cabinet ••! five minuter* 



(I IIP 



The present eduiaauci catupal«ti, 
in addition to draautc attention U> 
the white caiir and those aho carry 
It. stresses tha need for improved 
leaulatii’n relative to the blind and 
the part ahtrii alJ can play In pre*' 
ventmc bUndneaa and cumervin< 
tlsion 

White Caiir Week is an itpportu- 
rutp U> learn more al>>ui ones fel* 



While Cajte Weer- -:an» oo Sun- 
day 

The Caiisuian Council of the 
Hlmd anri the CausUlkd National 
Institute fui the Blind are ooi' 
acain spunsorma the tuttion-wide 
campalcn to prumotr better public 
under»Uhdmi of the needs and ac* 



tttiurs of blind C-auadll-n’ 



public 



ati*' uudetslandlnc 
new dt»ofs of sppoMumty “‘.It be 
opened for ttioae who must fight 
life# batttc m the dark 



1 lie HEATILATOR FfRE 
PLACE s-'iisl': savrt arvj 
ls!rl th» r»»is ; ' i' '■ • (’t«tin«/y 
b'r^'ta.rt «st(r up tl<r ihimney 
li II • E ' ’.«r i«rr) ( ent aiound 
VkE vh ihr Otse’div i« rs*.ly laid. 
C^* ' sir k( disMrn Ai r Irsrl, 
lirsird siiil frri^inrd to every 
M>rn«r of ii>« roura. 



STOCK IS NOW 
COMPLETE 



Council. Charles K. Pt>jley. Q.C. 
gPFAKfll IS IlAVIIl W, HltifilNS 
Mr Martin is one ol th“ ■■ who ii 
reported to have opp-Jsed the ambi- 
tious buUdlng p/Qvram on the 
ground that the building* were far 
UKi big and costly 
Back in 1897, wandcriiuc through 
the mare of • .irrldon «nd “fP^^* he 
la aald to have 

“Never In 800 vran a»ll The Uov 
emroent liate cnoumi employees M» 
an this vast oulMmi ' 

He was a prt«)r prophet. In Ute 
relatively short spnee of half a 
century govenimr* ‘iafT* ha«i 
niicd Uie main bmidtna> ana uver- 
ftowrvi inhi uptown . fTfre bu,:*' 
and ctuiverlfd i;-, v: 

Ba- : and still the problr-- d find 
1n« office space remaliu rvnc of U.- 
m<-= presAlng admlnUtritive p? : 



• its (■••rwe ••rM*4. 
OMwa <rua SM astru 
OsMraiSM ssS TrttsilMs »s4 
WklseafS* 



lAHtfl 7HJ230 Cars 



OTTAWA, reb. 7 <F , -Car Uwd 
mgs for the week ended January 11 
Increased to 73J30 rare fmm 71.769 
Irtr the previfus week, and fi.963 
for the same week y^r. 



Is aa th« e» 9 «isr ■!>•««• (•* asns 
e.«(S« snd 8 mm Shim 
ysilt ti> Yaot OrS«i Is Veu^ SlTM 
is r»iu Waak* 

Ml rrm a rw wstTcas cawaas 
CSV coHFsaa 



Oialn IcadiUf mcr 1 to -Ml 
trum 4 126 In 1947, pulpwood ro:- 
to 7.001 frum 6.094. lumber to 3.793 
frum 3.314. ga- nluie and -iiU tn 3.597 
Itr^m 9 34f;. and %■ rrdpulp and paper 
t - 4 452 from 4 >92 l*nder effect of 



Caa>»ai«s aio«>«r.a aud aafsHs fsr Ar 
Sarcaa-Thli Wari l^it Wsri 4U Wart 
atsfa IS«*‘ 

Kasia laavsa. Ost LM«a« Osaurt 
a caaiiaa snd AU Otbar Baesra 

AtSO H ST IM— Tba Aa« Utnia<ur* 
kladali WiMMi.a Wae>a Leaiaa Oak 
Uaa**« am ■r^ss'iea 

Wa ran sitidura arit nuriHnatMie ?sa 
rvS'ji'a Is wnisiura' OtSar rltWos f* 
caada'a 



and truiL* dropped P> " fmm I.M5 



ST. JAMES 

TAILORS, LTD. 



/ to f' 

i , in ^ 

*»conc/« >> 



ibcfUi 



there was enough stone in the 
quarry to finish the work. DoubU 
were set at rest, however, when an 
.'fflciai survey repor*ed that there 
was enough to rebuild London. New 
York. Parts, and m<jrt of the other 
great clt^* of the w<>rld. 

With 






Yule Cards 
For Veterans 






the eiceptiun of Italiaii 



Chamber, all maienala tluit went 
into the buildings mere of BriiiAh 
Columbia origin, fliate for thL r.^fs 
came from Jarvtr Inlet, granite for 



E:qu::r.i'.= I> gl':-H H mak ■■ " ao 
apical for old Christmas rare- and 
slendar^ on behalf of “The An- 
drew DavLvm Christmas Card 

Inrliwlrv' in Mnrpe'h Nuft;.-" 
land. Enriand. 

Tlie nrcA^k£ar m.*- 

famous t-^fTMdeTtTdaM ry " u earn- 
ing on since the d'-ath of it' dis- 
abled founder tn 194.^ 

Year after year he received old 
calrndare arid Christmas carda from 
all over the world. renf'vati*d them 
and ‘»ld them again. 

In this wa.%* h<^ any i< 

Tension and provided for tlie lu'.u:' 
r hU wife wiiri nursed him One 
'f hU grrateat wlshea was that hb 
Indiulry should be carried on after 
*ie died 

HU life-long wish that hia husi- 
nev: wuiild earned on b nnw be- 
ing rrailred, and through It thoiu- 
anda of disabled velerarui are belr.g 
I helped 

Victorians are therefor# being cases 
aaked by EAqiltmalt Legion oftlrusi cures 
I In turn In their old Chrbtmas card* fun 
land calrndare. They may be turned fiUcd 
In to the Legion Hall. 631 Admirab 
Road, Clubb'a Ltd,, comer of View 
and Broad Street, or to Mirkes 
Praneb at H MC. Dockyard, chair- 
man of the committee tn charge 

The effort U patronlaed bv Her 
Ma.festy. Queen Mary. 



OCHUfNf AV 
WAV^ 



iowfsi Him 
IfUbivti... ts< 
}<Mi«n XU 
lOQIkSWn m 



bteital ofTires from varioua parts of 
the Province. 

In a contest In wIuth 67 arcnitecu 
took part, P M K.\ttrubury. 96- 
year-old archUect wh« came here 
from Leede CngUnd, ^..hn.itifd the 
BUCceMful deslgii. O-rnract Ioi 
coiutruciioii ol the builduiga 
awarded to Frederick Adams, who. 
however, did not live to ace h la Wi>rk 
completed He was drowned on the 
tug Velox =phlla wi.-k wm Jtlll In 
pTugreM 
NEW riilfUl 

Vlctorla’a qualm old “hlro cages,*' 
erected in ISM at a ccut of 9100.000. 
had Lo make way fur 'he new edifice, 
and the only one of the group atUl 
standing U the building that housed 
the formed legislative chamber 
and DOW la the mu.«rum of tl.e De- 
partment of Mines. Moved bodily 



fop picture shows part of huge crowd that waited oo steps snd drivewsys to witness srrival of Lieuicn- 
■ni -Governor T. H Mclnnes foe official opening of Legislative BuUdinga on February 10, 1891. Parlia- 
ment Buildings old and new are ahown m accond picture Oriental-style building in lorcground. later 
okoved bodily to prrtent location, originally wss Britiah Columbis's first legislative chamber, today 

houses Mines Department Museum. 



WE ARE MOVING SOON TO 
OUR NEW STORE 

816-818 FORT STREET 



(jJsiLdh*^ 

CANDY SHOP 

743 FORT STREET 

E6422 



MURPHY ELECTRIC 



751 YATEi 



so. the fli'ial *-* a rorrw 1991.- 
389— Just about une-fifih of what It 
would ' Ui replace the buildlns- 
todsy That flitiire. tf- included 
936.300 for purchr*' of addi'tonal 
land and 933.343 tor tumlturr 

*rii*^ Provincial Library, probably 
the mo«t impreitf>iT« and beauufu; 
wing of the present buildings, was 
a later addition, cerrr'-'-''^ as 1918 
at a c ' less than 9300.000 

General outline of the bulldlr.ffs 
b deaoibfd In Provincial Archi-. — 
rerTTds aa ‘ renal'#arre In style 
th’"'3h '’r>:ed In ao rnginat a man- 
ner aa to make any particular 
description •nmr'vhat mUleading ** 
ftiiirrF.n in ftrotss 

The pearly grey stone was shipped 
In — all the way from Kadcling 
ton Island. 900 mllM north of Vi- 
toria. It b interesting to note that 
befare ^..ruinicUon wu rnmpleted 



Protect Health 
with a better 
beverage 



OAINIC POSrUM 

cannot avvntiRiulstr your 
nsrvn Of cauM lm« ol 
klevp SAVE YOl'R.MLP 
MONEY - ai much as 
VKt per ojp compared 
with other mrtl-tuna 
drinks, g-ounce ua makes 
shoot iOO cops. 



CLEAR 

GLOSS 



Here s a atip«nor orw prmtctivt eoating for your (!ooi% 
fu/ofrare. woodwork and many other lurfacci ... 
iodoorw or out. It's cht |>ost-war aikyd ratio 
varniih caliad Lio-X CJear Gloss. 

Jaai hrask ii on. r.lear Gloss drtci tyuickly ro a hard, 
eJejM mirror-like koiah that will nm 
'him crack, cioad or colour with age. 
ft ^riebat and profaett (be aorface 
witboM changto^ rkt oriRinaJ colour 
of (ha wood. Roiling warar, sizzling 
grtasa, frui( juicas, bevaragea. son oa 
rain - . noea will mar this lough, 
transparent knish. For srood protaction 
at its bast. usaLin-X near Gloss . rvow 
oo sala at hardwara and paint storaa. 



RADIO -PHONOGRAPH 



jkr SNTi-SLie 

SELF-POIISHINO WAX 



HEMLOCK MILLWOOD 



In Gleaming Mshogsay 

PUe»i< Cate 



Tlib li iKs •suMtinnsI 
MW iew w«i r««rr- 
bedy*i lalkiAs show. 

isor sod w!/ Ulnkmg 
It the asnger M 

edpptns kikd 4^1 to 
t herd potikh ts 30 win 
wet wifhoot rsbiwes or 
boAnt Akk row deeter 
for Li a X Aau-Mtp Vsj 
todsf. 



R2.RO PER CORD 
a-CORD LOTS ONLY 
PROMPT DELIVERY 



CUAR 

CLOSS 

>WUK«aovM 

VMihm 



^ rwf wHoit MMtr Of 

LIN-X HOME iftlOHTINIRS 



B r*‘ -kzkown home rvdnedy 
you can uao to reUrva 
dlsiraaa of chUdrra's eolds la 
eomfortinc Wks VapoRub. 
Rven whUa you mb it on. 
VagmRdb atnrta to arurk to 
•aaa dlaUwm.. and U keeps 
on wnrklDc durtne the night . 
No wonder mnat moihen do 
this when a 
caldetrtkM 
T«nidM.iry 



No. 1 FIR SAWDUST 



Real Value $ 

at 



Repair Work try Aothoriaad RadiotriciaTw 



Baat Doublc-Scraanad 



SACKED AND BULK 



SELKIRK FUEL E19M 



VAPoNun 



»4ft DOUGLAS ST 



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TilU ^JAILY COl-ONIST 



candldACX of CuUu Ciuncfoo »nd C«n«(llUi Prv».*> dLrp«'i< It 
J K Thi>mw. CCP c»n<lul»Vei in Th* meeting gUt* dert 

thf S»*AJcli MU CtuiUK' bjfcipcuoo* Quest m 

U wu •nuounctd yeiUrdk} in Vkq- BriUM Columbia C«blnn 
couvcr ruA^iun nf labor Ifgisl 

DecUion was l»ik.«D to douale *100 rf<. ‘mnirndeU 0»*J affl 
each to <hc candidatea (or th'U dclcffn'*- to eland in r«i 
(umU. according to « * .-%ll in Vict ria 



Kesei’ve Anny 
Vf inter Croup 
Trains on Skis 



l.egion to Hoid 
Klondike Niulit 



«*mn» 



haa rnd trard the caDipaicii 



labor 



Friday tiie 13th this month «tu 
celebrated with a gnila KlondOv 
Nighi In the Eaqulmalt l^afflun Kali 
at <33 Admirala R«ad 

adalr will (eatura gantaa 
muaio and darteing and cveryotM la 
welcome Crlbbaga toumamenta «>li 
br held Thuraday night. 

aUJ 



Beaervt (ortt aoldirra at Waln- 
anght, Alberta, parUclpallng in Iwo 
weelui of Winter Uabilng In Waal-] 
em Commaod’a Exerclae Hueky (1- 
are receiving rxpert all InslrueUon 
(rum one o( North Amrnca a leading 



£.'■ . imall 



tjfi eicrutive 



day aA prevloiuly arheduied. 

NominaiUin* lor the new executive 
are now being called (or and mern- 
nerft can obtain ruMnlnalinn blank* 
from the («rrretary at tiie next grn- 
eral meeting no Wednaaday. Feb- 
ruary li, when all nomlnailnnb will 
KlettUm and UutallaUon ot 



BRinSH.'.CoLUM^IA 






clr«>r. 

ofricem will be held at the Uarcb 
meetlJif 



training. Lieut. Englar haa (ound 
that Alberta and British Columb!:} 
aoldiera are enthuaiaaltc and ahnyr a , 
•trong. natural aptitude (or the 
"hickory. MUltary training, care ol 
equipment and lectures have been 
condeitaed to (It the training period 
Deapite the biting North wind and 
I hard driving enow which the re- 
I aenrlsta have encountered, they all 
I apriear to be en)nyini the venture 
I About 3M all ranks are attending 
the camp, believed to be the largeal 
of Its kmd in Canada. 

udlcera and in- 



Nchool ef I'rrruaaion, opening In 
Vicuina. Aapirmg young dance 
band and orchaetral drummers, who 
up Uli now have been somewhat ns- 
Hiected. will m/w have ths opportu- 
nity to get the hnsat pivMlble tui- 
tion. At the Bf'hool o( Perruailon 
re«'rQUy opened at the Hchool 0 ( 
I'heatre Arts. 131* Broad Street, by 
lamnuA British drum virtuoso, Har- 
old Freeman, now a reaident oi this 
city Write, piione or call ui per- 
■TiM M->n<1ay oentnga from 7 till 
* o clock, miien Mr. Freeoian will br 
in attendance at ihr atxive addrehc 
Personal tuition can be arranged 
(nr. beginner* and advaJiced pupils 
alike Practice pads wUl be pro- 
vided 



-Prctmrial arrJu**» Ph«i« 

c cover of csrd sent by Mr Speaker Higgins to invited guests st official opening 
;s on February 10, 1*96, it pictured above. It will be 50 years Tuesday since build- 
ings were opened. 



fUsaerve force 
structors. working with active force 
personnel, are carrying out practical 
training In Uir use of miliury equip- 
ment Including armoured vehlrlee 
medium and field artillery. Bren 
carriers, weapuns and wlreles- .-^m- 
munlcationi on ihelr M.OOO-acre 
'raining area 



RCA Victor 



•lEKK.S FEDEBAL AJD 
VANCOrVEB. Feb 7 «CF - The 
Federal Government will ba asked 
to aid In the opetatloo o the Van- 
couver poltce bc>at on a M-hour 
baeta by Meynr Charles Jones when 
tie goes East next month 
Many requests have been received 
from waterfront busbiess and yacht 
rhibi for the bfrat. now operated 



Reneual of Dr 



liadlo (jmihitindons 



Bntnes tor the iMa series of thei 
Oreatsr Victoria School Drama Pes-' 
iival are "very gratifying." H. 8 
Hum. director of the achuol axtd' 
comniuitity branch of the Depart- 
ment of Education, announced yes- 
terday. ! 

The (eaUvaJ of one-act plays. ^ 
being staged by teachers and stu- 
dent. of city schools under the 
■ytwrviiion uf the Department ol 
F.ducation. u In Hi! eighth consecu- 
tive year and will be held March S 
to 13. known as "School Drama 
Week 

While aU entries have not yet 
bean received. Indlratlozu are that 
the (estival will be decentralised to 
sccommodste the number of plays 
scheduled tn 



the comoilttss were Mias ChrUUna 
Mar.Nsb Of Sir James Douglss 
echooL hospUallty. Miss Winnie! 
Elliot e( Central Junior High School. I 
music; Tommy Miyne of Victorisj 
High School, business mansger. R 
T. KtpUng e( North Ward School.] 
business msnsger: Ollberl Yard o(i 
Willow# School. sdter1ls.ng Br o' 
L. Phillips of St. liOtUa College, ad- 
vertising. NeU Bwitnson. Victoria 
High School, production: Mias 

Katherine Toudall of Oak Bay High 
Sritool. billeting. Miss Edith Otbson 
,-•( Mount Douglas High, btlletlng: 

I Don Wilson ■)( Mount Newton High 
[Rchool. children's party; Mis* O N 
! IfewUng*. P.<qulms)t High School 
Walter B-yea. Marisret Jenkiiv 
'School; Mr* M Hewitt, St Mar- 
^ caret’s School; and H W Creelman 
l.ampson Street School 
, Miss Anne F Adamson of the 
-rhoel and conummltv drama 
branch ef ths Department of Edu- 
, cation, is featlval aecreisry. 



uvutv t<' the clear rc^unsnt 
• .r.icj niusu btouwhl thrtMi^;h 
■ bn'Iianth n'l^lctn 



Sunday 
Y.MO A. 
two new film*. ' 
story of Canada 
Chalk River, and 
America." a musical film. 

Swan Lake Ballet wUl 
featured on ih« muncSLl ir.-::.-. 



Mu5S>' Hour a> ihr 
at • tonight will feature 
Eje Witne**. the 
.s atomic plani at 
Miulc in 



Bu} Murvery Mtork by auctujo. 
Seve up U> M per cent. Ait our 
stork la No 1 Govrrnmant inspeciad 
Hale Morulay. February I, 7.30 p m. 
McMorrani Hall. C^ova Bay. 
Wednesday aftemoon. February 11, 
S pm oppnaite Logan Winery '' r- 
ner tjuadra and Reynolds; Thurs- 
dsy, 7 30 pm. February 13. 8i Al- 
dan* Hall. Mount Tolmlc Nanaimo. 
Saturday. February H McAree A 
Knapp, auctioneers of fine nursery 
slock 



Afternoon Teas. Luncheons. Om- 
ners In ’ Olde England Vbil this 
TVtasurs s* of Antiq ‘ See the 
lovely Bsrimtal Hall with Its gems 
of nth century furniture Winter 
reeldonoo terms now available iT» 
Munm Bus 



lie li 1C mndel le 
. a'. met with # ;t- msi'' 

•To I'crlr-f li.eiM ♦ \mr'' 



No Fooling;! 

Hand-Puked No. 1 Pir— 
Never been in water Good 
for furnace, fireplace or 
kitchen. Regular one cord. 
tS SO. nnw one cord. $S.2S; 
two cords llO.OO 2 days 
more. This wood it good for 
khchen or heater 

Ready to Burn 

Nitional Fuel Co. 



Uvmpson Si 0 0333 



All bpenrer employers are urged 
lo attend the meeting arranged for 
them by the Retail Clerks' Unlrm. 
Tuesday February 10. * p m . Prince 
Robert House. Douglas and Court- 



AJcnliAllcs Anenymooi — Tlw al- 
rnboUc, a* dtatingulshed from a nor- 
mal drinker, is a perauo who drinka 
even when ha doesn't want to and 
knows ha shouldn't Such compul 
slvt dunking causga unhappUiem 
and ruins careers U this is your 
problem, then you may obtain baip 
freely and confidentially Apply 
Victoria Chapter. AlcohoUca Anony- 
mous PO Box No. 1. Victorta; PO 
Box Na M6. Duncan. BC. 



A CoO’' • lalih moilel that is utcsl at »i. ♦ tr ..«iH 
rA<]iii for nmipi'- room o*' vt>idv. h»- etchuive ll'.-- 
wsv rnauhed »eoo*ticaI tao-point r ?.» t« • 
fcallier-tODcIi, crystal pi'V ui- and |nj trscknig r-.nr 
stni . 



enter, ha said Ar-' 
I rangements are bemg made to pre- 
I'se your Howdy Book to save on sent both evening and matinee bilU] 
lhat purchase of a Valentine gift]m various school iudlfortuou] 
Whether H be earrings a birth- 'throughout the Greater Victoria 
stone ring or a smart watch, get thu^area duruig the week 
benefit while yrmr Howdy Book u Final day, Mr. Horn said, would 
(till valid. 'feature an honor performance eom- 

I prising three of the better play# 
The Chet Marcel is ivow open for'A^lected by the adjudicator on the 
lunches A lovely drive out the nf quality and contrast. 

Island Highway, then lunch In the ^ .estival will 

friendly atmosphere of a real French p, conducted on tM>n-compeUltve 
FMUurant /Phone Belmont »l,i,n^ji but ^ eompeUnt adjudlrwtor 
(closed Monday). [„Uj be sMigned by the Department 



Phone E 26i3 



'le Ta-ti- , re«'»rd pla*- 
• . »rid. ot coor»e 
roTrl*, 



lUO DOUGLAS STREET 



V.l. Back a .Alpine Garden Society 
will hold tU monthly meeting on 
Tuesday. February 10, tn the Oak 
Hay Beach HolaJ. at * p.m. Au- 
ihorttlee on "Making a Rock Oaf- 
dan on a Natufa) Outcrop of Reck' 
will dtacusB various aspects of this 
eubject, and cniomd slide* of plants 
suitable for eurh a garden will be 
shown by Mr W. H A. Preece In- 
terested non-members are cordially 
invited to atierul this meetiiig 



A epeelaJ reduetlen in Cold Wa^m 
for s limited time onlv Phone 
.Maude Edvards of the F.vq<ilmaH 
Beauty Parlm f *r further particu- 
lars 0 3353 



Maseagr. Genrral. Facial. Colontc 
Irrlgatlnna Reducing. Electrical 
treatments Diet Registered staff 
Eatetla M Kelley. 813 View Street, 
Ml Union nulldUig. E»131. E0630 



fir. Glenn simpaen arvd Dr R R j 
Oalpin wish to announce the opeti- ' 
lug of a second office. As from Mon- 
day. February *. 1*48. Dr. Oalpin 
will be located at 301 to 3>M Bank of 
Toronto Building. 1400 Douglas 
Street Practice limited to Infants 
■ nd children Teiephooes Or Glenn 
Simpaon. B7«15; Dr. R R Oalpin 
F. 1141. If no answer, call the Doc- 
■ore Directory. EllM 



ORANGE PEKOE 



Canadian Antl-VIrlaecUoa ilecl- 
ety. Victoria. B C . annual meeting 
YWCA. Saturday. February 14 
3 pm. Election of officers D Kltto. 
secretary 



YOl'RF. O.K. WHE.V YOl: ORDER Kr.NGIIAMS 



IS THK WINNING 
CARD RIGHT NOW 



MnnthlT MreOng. Bums Club. 
Chamber of Commerce AudlUwlum 
Tuewday. February 10. • pm Pro-' 
trsm under direction of Kindred 
Sromsh H'vletiee AdmUilon by 
-a«f>n llrke* or 3*r ai door All are 



A Salvage t'allerUofi for Oak Bay. 
Bhoal Bay. UpUnds We eoUect 
rags, papers, household mat'reaeea 
and all kind.* of bottles Phone 



Anaoa»Hng Speelallyt University 
Bxtaneion Aeaoclatton. Monday, Feb- 
ntary I ■ 11 p.m. VIciorta High 
krhe^, Femwood, Auditorium iNOT 
f’enfral Junior High Sehool-. Dr 
J. U Robln*«in. assoriate prrfrHU'T 
geology and geography. 03 C. tub 
lori, "Canada* Northland Crpen* 
up ' lUufftraiad with eelor slider 
Public cordially Invited 



ALBERTI SOOTLISS 



Fictiirr doraied Mi- 

Moote to Prince Roller 
»*» won by Mae'ei Keith 



rhe 

Thorns 

Hniue 

Murray 



Attrntmn’ Impoctan' Me«tU>g 
landlnrda ProtecMve Lcag-w. * 
pjT . Tuernlay. February 10. 1418 
Dmiglae Street 



Advance Notice, eonreit by Oerrri- 
lan ChnrUters at Firs'. Baprist 
Church February Id. I Ik Admis- 
sion *0r 



Vtemcn'e Aailllary of Bebnont 
Church are aervlng a pancake sup- 
per on Tuaeday from S *0 to 7 p m 

Benefli Binge, urgent, Monday. 
February I. ■ pm., at Eaqutrnalt 
Community Club Hall Sturdee St 

Andy’s Barber ghee has moved 
to 131* Broad Street, opp. C-ok>nUU 



BaJ«*g« CetleeUeni The Salvation 
Army will pick op from your door 
lajvage of atl kinds. Used clothing, 
ahoew, furniture, your rags, house- 
hold marreaeae. rjupets, rugs, oar- 
inn boniev. newspapers, magaslnfa. 
rendered fata, tmCttee When you 
give It to the Army H la lo help 
ethers Phone 0 7*13 



Hanuteriey tadteelde. Toby Jag, 
Ck lAke Devooahtre errsm teas 
*ervrd dally at any hour Phone 
CoIquMs 1 R 



ALBERTA 

PER TON 



Kill* HeiiMr, naturopathle physi- 
cian, wLihee to aniinunee removal 
upstairs to new offices a> 409 Union 
Building EMM) 



The Old-Age Paiwlaner*' Organl* 
■atinn, Braneh No. I wlU hold Its 
regular meeting oo Wednesday. Feb- 
ruary It Canadian Legion Hall 
Oormorent Htreet, et 3 pm Coptee 
nr TTie Pen«ionar are available, lOr 
pei ropy. William Partridge, Box 
*33 Vk-tnrta 



KInitrriartew. ehlldrw aged 3 U) 
8 Miu Moore. 1488 Fort 1 1*43 



C’hlrnpwdkrt * W J. Fraser. DBG. 
lOl prmbenoe Bldg, BY383. 



CHOFPIO WOOD AND MIUWOOO ' 
• 0N|.O«Y SLAIS CUT TO LfHQTH. 

n ACME FUEL 



Faieiej naanrrs and Ryera. Dry 
cleaning, dyeing and* rug elaaniiM 
833 (lore Street Phone O IT34 
Tee. «e do dyWr\g 



J«4a the C.C.F/^Wnte (or lalor- 
melion. *87 Pandora. 



Valentine nanee, Baturday. Feb- 
ruary 14. 8 30 to 13 pJB. Sweenty- 
McConnetl Bulidlng. 1*10 Langley 
S'reet H[xtneered by the Tanoou- 
ver laland Fraahytery TJPU Ad- 
miealnn 80r Refreahments Novel- 
tie* and prieea. AU TF are tnvtied 



DRYLAND FIR MILLWOOD 

NEVER IN WATER 
• C«« PER CORD 
3 IN I OR 3.CORD LOIS 

VIM 4 a«M> t» H«*e a>r*S*e •* Vm •! 

nav aivutfwr. sn.TR e«r r«r« 

BHIaM* a»e r*«r«a««« «er«W<a 



BUILDERS’ SUPPLIES 



EVANS# COLEMAN & JOHNSON 

BROI.. LTD 

1807 STORE ET 



New teiermna’ Beeilen ot Naval 
Veteran* Branch No. 43. Canadian 
(•egion. BBBL., wifi hold tie r*ffu 
lar monthly meeting an Mnndav 
Februsrv * at ■ p m. In tha branch 
board mom. New member* are In- 
>llfd to attend 



PHONE RSIOI 



HARKNETT FUEL 



737 Pandora Aver^iie 



SPICIAL ONI WEIK 



THAT EXTRA STOVE 



SLEEPING BAGS 

WOOL AND DOWN 
PILLED 

AIR MATTRRSSES 

CUSHIONS - PILLOWS 
BOAT COVERS 
TARPAULINS. ETC. 



I ur wtx>(l. coal or oil. «r have 
tbe hcilfti you want See our 
display in our hardware depart 
meni. Across from oiir s»ocery 

«t>>fe 



QiHcb detv^ery 

3 C08D5 
OMIT 



cottorto at your 
neighborhood drug* 
•tore today. 

Aak for this famouB 
gentle laxative — made 
eapeeially for children 
—in the money-aaring 
Family-Siae bottle. 



1 COID 
OHir 



ALSO I TOOT wooa PO* fURNACI 



760 TOPAZ 



O.K FUEt 



FOR YOUR OPEN FIRE 



570 Johnson St 



A BARGAIN OF SEMI-DRY UP-ISLANO 
FIRWOOD (SlotM With Bark) 

Arvd Inatde Wood. UeaMe lor Furnaeg, Firepiscs 
and Kltrhea Range 

Bay Todee ead See^-lmmedata Dettverr 

2 BIG CORDS FOR ONLY $9 00 

Aleo We Mere Na 1 Double -Screened Fir Sewdbet 
ImmerJiaie Deheery — Brvlh Only— I 'k or S-UnN t^ee 



RANGE BOILERS 



OIVK NOW — OIVK OFTEN 








THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTOklA. BC, SLNDA^, l-LUKLAK^ 8, 1948 



Itillion-DipUar 
Hudfivt for 
ISeu' York 

tarn yoric. »vb 7 »nana»— j 
firm Tort C»iy» bod«rt dUecUji 
ThomM J P»tt«r»on, who haj been 
emittlinf for U jreani %o Keep city 
depaninenU wltblo Utclr allovancee. 
te havlDf budsei trouble* of hi* 



oim H« te foounc Om btU* for ht* 
dmufhUr** wcddlnf { 

**! Uv* fairly *eU wiuuo my 
bud|«<. but iomr’.lmei one )xi»t hs*: 
to forget the ilmlUi** Patterson ex-' 
pUinod. *at*s like the big enow for' 
which the city he* spent more than 
K.OOO.OOO wr didn't figure on." ' 
[ Patterson 1 * proud of Uie fact ihetj 
he 1 * an example of the opp)irtuolty 
‘open to career elvU service workers 
In I 9 (M. at the urging of a friend. 

' Patterson look a civil service exam- 
'jlnatlon and placed fourth. A week 
later, hr was offered an appoint'! 



meet tn the ooenpuuUcrS office at 
tl.€60 a year. Within a few years, he 
and another clerk were reaponslble 
for the preparation of the comptrol- 
ler's annual report. ' 

“The flrai budget I worked on. in 
l#13 totaled |1«,700 000." Patterson 
recalled. 

Now. he Is at work on Uie 1P48-49 
budget, which inevitably will top 
the current gliOl.OOO.OOO record- 
breaker. 

Patterson Ukea hi* work, dealing as 
U does In mountainous detail In 
complUtdt the l.STb-psge am -pound 



book (hat eonsUtutes the 1M7-48 
budget, he liad to give consideration 
to as well as big items. His 

O K. bad to go on such appropna- 
tlons as t4 80 for cannel coal for the 
mayor's office. Id bO for bird grsvel , 
for the Staten Island Zoo and sap- 
phire phonograph needles st 110 lor 
the tmmlrJpal radio station. ^ 

LONDON cr» -The Unlgp of 
Ipoat Office Workers Is seeking i re- 
duction In the weight of bags post- 
‘men ms> be required to earn, now 
limited to SO pounda 



Your Da 
Forecast 



Daily 



n« roWSRf) A WACiNHI 
PI.ASFTARY r> 4 II Y CriDK 
FOR hi NIIAV, FFflKI ARY 8 , 1948 
Kc> words for the Dsj : Hast. Med- 
■■atlon. Pr 1 end.<h>p. 

Sun&y In General Dders seem 
t/» need much consideration now 
B<^>th friendships and dealing* with 
Inted onca are highlighted, but some 



*^adarhca'* develop If Solcranrc 
and pal^nce are larking 
If Pcbrusry 8 Is Your Btrthdau 
“Many Happy Return* " Pammu 
person* bom on this <Uu Include 
John Ruskin. author *n^ lociai re- 
former: WiiUam Tecumseh Sher* 
Duui. general In the Civil War; Lant< 
Turner, actreaa. 

I Tour Year Ahead -Rise to the tide 
of necessity which drawing you 
toarard greater awareneas of ynur 
strength and fault* You nerd to 
carefully evaluate the vlruice of al- 



and preserve ihuas worth- 

while 

PLAMTARY D.AILY ClIDE 
FOR MOMIAV. ITBKl ART 8. l»iS 
Kej^ord* for the day: FMsb'n. 
Sjsiem, Friendship. 

Monday in General. Rome oppo- 
sltloo may be enoounlered.^especl- 
ally from elders or superiors, during 
the daylight hours; and Important 
moves or projects should be rare- 
fully cleared s'lth thnn before being 
initiated 

If February 8 Is Your Btrthdate 



“Man) Usppy Returns." FanKnia 
petsuns bom on this itate Include: 

: WUlism Henry Uamaon, ninth Pre»- 
Idrnt of the I'nited Rute*. Ramuel 
Bowles, nra - .'aper editor and politi- 
cal reformer. Brian Dcnirvy. actm 
Yv'ur Year Ah#»<l Nrw condition* 
are rrsdy to bloaK>m in your Uf* 
and environment Be ready fiv them 
by clearlnf away all past negative 
>r-:u|i* which ciniid be retarding 
influence* (T diag on you. 

• Ke.*»*e4 Sy <' *>•«$ Ve4iat*« 

I* .iMia *■'. 




RcmemlitT Our Neu 
Store Hours: 

'»:;{0 A.M. 1» .'):.‘{0 IM« 

Wednesday: 0:30 A.M. to 12:30 P.M. 



Just Arrived, a New 
Shipment of 

Ka-Woii 



y 






Slips 



Wonderful ‘‘Ka-Wons*’ m heavy 

quality white aatin. luxiirmusly 

finished and tailored, (iored skirt, 

nicely molded btisi. idjuillLbJc ^ mm m 

shoulder straps Sixes 32 to 38 < y \ 

•«w ii “The Bay’*........- 9.F 

Un((cric, iiccond Floor 







,-j\ t' 

\- 



VI 

‘- I \\ 






Suh-Slandard; 




* i 



iMo-Wav-SliTUli 

Nemo Girdles 



Famous “Minx.” •Cheer." “Trim" models with 
imperfections that are very slight, won’t harm 
ihe wear Waist sires, 26 to 30, pink and white. 

» 

“Minx’— short lenjfih 2.BS 

“Cheer" F'antie —medium 

length — 3. BO 

Trim" — long lenfjih 4.30 

Coraeis. Second F ls>or 



Favorite (osiiiefics for ValeiilinesI 



Sprriall 

Dll Barrv 

Drrma-Sfr 

Vi Pricf 

Sow St half pfKC this (a- 
mou«. extra rich, genlhr 
stimulating Richard Had- 
nut thrr'si cream that 
help* coaniersct tell-tale 
«igw* of ag*. 

Regular 200 Jar | AA 
for only l*vU 



CUTBX SBTi 
Charm for •“her" hngertips . . 
Cutex Nail Polish and Re 
mover* •tirtctivciy 1 AA 
boxed Set l.UU 

CUTKX SETS 

Junior set for the young mt«» 
. Nail Tohsh, Remover. Co 
uc«l Swahs in g*y 
color* Poaed *g^ 

PEGGY SAGE SETS 
Polo bxg fltird With polishes 
and natl C'<«metica prepared 
ttpeciallv for gift 0 
eirtne 



CHANEL PERFUMES 
Chotre of Chanel No 3, Air de 
Rosfie. Chanel No. 22 r AA 
and Csrdenia Fa'-h D*vv 



CHANEL COLOGNE 
Delightful fragrance of Chsnal 
No. 5 Of No. *2. A lovely gift 
3QQ 

DU BARRY COLOGNE 
4 ounces of delicately scented 
Cologne in attrsetive cryetsl 
decanier with golden O AA 
colored stopper «J«wv 

LBNTHERIC COLOGNE 
r.ive her Tweed. Miracle or 
tfhanghsr . . . each a distinctive 
veent she's •ure to love. 1 OF 
4-0* bottle 

"EVENING IN PARIS'" 
PERFUME 

IK-o*. dram bottle that tells 
her” juti how lovely 1 OP 
eon thifiV she IS Fsch 

Toiletries. Street Floor 



"Fashion Exlravagaiiza of 19 18 

P 

With Style Prediction* From the World * 

Leading Fashion Clinics 

Cliil) Sirocco, Fel). 9 to 13 

Sponaored by Victoria Womm^s OrganisatioDs 



AftrriMMHia at S oVIork 

$ 1.00 

toctmlinf Aft i moea Tea 



ETfning8 al 8:15 
TickrU, SOc 



Monday . . . Our Semi-Annual Sale ol 



' 2 / 



V'v"* • 



mr 













ili Ml 



4.98 



The sole you've been waiting for . . . -The BAY'S Semi- 
Annual event of colorful, washable, lovoble Tropicono 
frocks! Straight, trim lines, fresh colors in crisp spun . . . 
dresses you'll wear from breakfast right through o busy 
day. Come early . . . choose your most becoming style 
and color. A size range for every figure . . . priced to fit 
every budget Sizes 12 to 20, 38 to 44, I 6 V 2 to 24!/2. 

'' Dresses, Second Floor 




18 is my size and 1 like th« 
ncit fit, tie neck, of m) 
Trdptcana 



I wear a 38. and 1 appreciate 
•!ie full cut. trim styling of my 
Tropicana. 







l/rt8 of Parking Space 
at The B\Y 

WltB a Parkifif Lot Entrance into 
tko atora f«r your conwwnienca. 



Mze 14 fits me heat, and my 
Trv>f>irana it easy to work in 
•nd .0 comforlahlr. 



n*if-gizei are hard to find. h«l 
my 24% Tropirana ta a perfect 
fit, flattering, tool- 



/ 



Tlcawt* Aw«nable Second Floor «t THE BAT 



^amganii. 



iwcx>«*PO««>vriD ew may ioxo. 










i UM' 



miRi) SE( rioN 



(ESTABLlNHEn 1IS1) 



VKTOKIA, Bun isn C»)M MIMA, SIAHAY 



^0. 50— MNKTIKIII VRAK 



Now Known ai* t\w Kiflli Heavy Anli-Airorafl Hegiinrnl, Koval t^nadian Artillery, 
Vicloria’s Oldi-xl Military I nil Ha^ Hail a Numl.rr of Till«-« .Sinrr It Wa« Ritab- 
ii-lieil in 1878 Vl lii-n, ax the Kruill of Amalgainatiiii? Srveral I'nilx — ihr Oldest 
of WliirJi Dated Rroni 1862 — It Wax Known as the Vietoria Battery of Garrison 
Artillery. In 188.1 It Beeame the Fifth (B.C Regiment) (jinadiaii 'larrison 
Artillery. In 1886 It Was Gazetted as the British Columhia Brigade r Garrison 
Artillery. In IHI.I It Beeame the British f>>himhia Battalion 

leo and in 1896 M as Named the Fifth Regiment, Canadian tnillery 



riMon 



rom Uft to Ri*h»: H^rry L«ttk*. Onr. ButUr. S»t- Fred 
Br*y»h«w 8rt. M Corr «n(l B.Q M S. John CeTto. 



C«pt- D. A. McN*u|hton. who w«§ one of 
the oldetf officcre in the uml when th»t 
photofrtph wee taken in 1939. He wei 
casetted io 1178- 



In ll9^Front Row Prom L«<t to Ri 
McConnan. Back Row; T. A. Hall. ' 



U«it-CoL K. O. Prior Wae the OHker 



Fifth Reriment, C.C A.. Marching Through Beattie on the Occaaion of a Viait to That City In 1899 

Commanding. 



At Port Macaulay— Prom Left to Right: Major R. K. A Dieapecker, 
Lsieut.-CoL V. McKenna and Lifut. H. Lambert. 



A. Oarke. Major R. Phippa. Major O PauUn, Lieut J. 



, in 1940— Prom Left to Right; Lieot.-Col. V. McK enna. C 
arneworth. Lieut E. Marthall, Major Mclnteah. U tut W 



At Port Macaula 



Lieut. 'Cot. George Paulin joined Fifth a* 
mimpetcr In 1912. Under age. went overteaa 
In 1915. Served all through war. Commia- 
eioned in 1923. 



all. Lient F. U Bulier. Lieut A. Landale 



It Pallor. Capt. Crowt kajor Pamaworth, 



Fight: Capt. WheMoo. Lieut Smith. Limit Wdaon. Cane ^ . 

apt Fell ^ Lieut. Dnlriet Aho»t Wbmi Picture Taken; U*)ot Rea. Major Phippa, Capt. 
Paiaaer and Major Tyaoa. 






THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA. B C, SL NDAV, rLBRLAKV 8. 1948 



Fertilizing the Sea 



t 



By IAN COX 



L ONDOH. -An tntereAtlxig experiment 
hx4 recently been concluded In 
SrotUnd, xhowlni that animal 
population o( the aea may t>e In- 
creased and the kfowUi of Individuals 
speeded up by the addition of chcpUcal 
fertlllseri to the water. 



teed upon living things and that olUmately 
the food chain ends with the kinds of 
animal that feed on plants. Plants, on the 
other hand, build themMlves up from sim- 
ple substances — carbon dioxide and min- 
eral salts — under the influence of sun- 
light. U Is they, then, that can be said to 
support the animal world. 

This is no leu true of the sea than of the 
land, with the difference that the indl- 
▼IduaJs making up the great crops of plant 
life in the seas <known as phytoplankton) 
are inviaible until we use a microscope. 
Nevertheleu, they are there In the water. 
In the upper layers of the water conditions 
are suitable for plant life. Sunlight Is 
present, there Is carbon dioxide dissolved 
from the surface, and there are mineral 
balls. As the minute plants grow they do 
not Increase so much In size as In num- 
bers, for when each individual has reached 
Its maximum It divides into two and will 
gii on doing this re|>eatedly, producing 
prw Individuals all tlie time, so long as 
conditions are favurabb*. 

FOOD rOR m RRINfi 

Upon phytoplankton h<< - ol liny ani- 
mals feed and It Is these that form the 
food of the hemng, the sprat and of the 
small fish. These In turn serve to feed the 
larger fish such as cod. haddock or plaice. 
Our own sea food, therefore, depends ulti- 
mately on the phytoplankton. 

Now In nature the degree to which these 
tiny plants multiply Is limited by the 
availability of sunlight and of certain 
aa.ta pr(; 'pally rs:*? :.--:.. ph r" ris 
and potassium in the form of phosphates 
and nitrates. There are two peak periods 
in the year when phytoplankton occurs 
on a grand scale— Spring and Autumn, 
within a month or two of the Spring peak, 
however, the supply of nutrient silts Is 
greatly reduced in the upper layers of the 
water and the mixture with the lower 
layers from which replenishment could 
be effected, is prevented by the reduction 
In the specific gravity of the upper layera 
by the warmth of the sun. It Is only when 
the upper layers start cooling In the 
Autumn that mixture can tsdee place, and 
then, although the phytoplankton has Ua 
aalls. Its reproductive activity will only 
persist so long as the sun supplies enough 
energy. The Scottish experiment con- 
cerned Itself with the effects of supplying 
nitrogen and phosphorus artlflclslly dur- 
ing the relatively non-producUve periods, 
with a view to maintaining a high degree 
of multiplication all the year round, and 
henre a constant snd plentiful supply of 
food for the fish in which we are so vitally 
Interested. 

It began In March. 1043, under the di- 
rection of Dr Qmu of the UnlvcMity of 
Edinburgh, In a very small arm of Loch 
Bween, one of the fjords on the west coast 
of Scotland. This arm Is about a quarter 
of a mile long and of rather leas width. 
It was dammed acroas Its mouth to ellm- 
Inats tidal effects. Nitrate of soda and 
superphosphate were then added to the 
water at intervals, being shovelled In be- 
hind the propeller of a motorboat to en- 
sure adequate dispersal After this, large 
quantities of young plaice and flounders 
were Introduced. 

r.FFECTS or TRFATMKNT 

Examination of the phytoplankton dur- 
ing the following Bummer months showed 
the effects of the treatment were poaltlve. 
The minute plants took up the fertilisers 
extraordinarily rapidly and the Spring 



peak of multiplication, instead of dying 
down, was maintained. The minute anV 
mals feeding on the plants also Increased 
to a marked extent. The effect of the far- 
ttllsers on the fUb was equally pronounced, 
lUUiough longer-term It was found that 
the flounders grew twice as fast as those 
n hborln^ ' n •■,1 .v:* 



would reach marxe 
able size In three years, as opposed to six— 
the normal figure for natural conditions. 
The plaice grew to ten Inches In two years 
as against the four or six which would be 
required In a normal aea loch. 

The next stage In the experiment was 
to apply this experience to an arm of the 
loch which had not been Isolated from 
tidal effects. For this, the neighboring 
Kyle Scotnlah. with an area of about Ibo 
acres, was selected, and each month 30 
cwt. of nitrate of soda (or 10 cwL of sul- 
phate of ammonia) and 13 cwt. of super- 
phosphate were added. This treatment, 
viewed on a per annum per acre basis, Is 
rather leas than most modem farmers 
would apply on the land. Results here were 
Just ss encouraging as on the closed arm 
of the loch. Loases of nutrients due to Udal 
water movement were Insignificant, and 
during the Summer the minute forms of 
sea life and the larger Inhabitants of the 
bed were three times as numerous as in 
untreated water 

By the second year, it was found that 
the plaice fry grew at about five times 
their n(»rmal rate in their first six months, 
and were eight Inches long and a quarter 
of a pound In weight after 18 months. At 
this stage they were allowed to follow their 
natural Inclination to migrate to deeper 
water, but had they stayed In the fertilised 
area they would probably have reached 
minimum marketable sire in two yean as 
opposed to the normal three. 

K-nt^oa InfonMUkA a*t*i*«i 





-SliatM S; SMUah trf«ri>*tion e«ri;r* 

Dr. Fsbiui Cross, of Edinburgh (Scotlsnd) Univtrsiry. and his suff. from ths Scottish Millport Msnns Biologicsl Slstion. have found that, 
by fertiliring the tea with chemicals, fish can reach a marketable sire in three instead of ihe normal six years. Microscopic plants— plank- 
tons— proviac the basic food for fish. Dr. Gross's experiments earned out in Loch Craiglin. a natural “tank*' of salt water at the end of 
Loch aween. on the writ cosat of Scotland, have proved that nitrogen and phosphorua improve plankiona' growth, thus providing more food 
(or fish. Becauac of ths aucctsa of tha experiments, started in 1942, an area of 200 acres of water with acccta to the open sea. has now 
been taken ovar at Kyle Scotnlah. Picture shows' A research technician taking a sample of wstet. Top nght Examining ths plankton 
content of tha water under e microacope. Bottom right: The dam at Loch Craiglm which thuta oif "unferulucd” water. 



Britain's Postwar ^Development Areas’ 



A New IndiiBtrial Era Ha^ B<-pn Made Pouniblr Throiif^h- 
oiit llip l^nitrd Kingdom by the Planned Operation of the 
Dwlribulion of Indu.utry Art Pa««ed in 1945 — Under the 
Art Development Will Be Baxed on the Idea of Elafllirily 
in the Ixirationn of Area^ of Heavy Indiinlry to Safeftuard 
orker* From Fnlure DepreR.‘»ion Periotlw 

By ANNE KELLY 



L ondon —in Snialn today ten* of 
thousands of workcra are maaterlng 
new crafu and ikUla In modem fac- 
tories which have been erected aj part of 
the most ambitious Oovemment-apnn- 
sored experiment in Industrial planning 
In British history. 

Everywhere Ihroughout these "develop- 
ment arras." covering a prewar popula- 
tion of slx-and-a-half million— one-sev- 
enth of the total population of Britain- 
great Industrial estates comprising scores 
of attraetlvely-lald-out factories are being 
created or expanded as evidence of a new 
Industrial era which has been made poasl- 
ble by the passage of a Cfovernment Act 
passed In June, 1048— the OUtrlbutlon of 
Industry Act. 

This act. admtnljrtered by BrlUln's 
Board of Trade, alms to ensure a balanced 
dtstiibuUon of Industry ihroughout the 
country, with particular attention to pro- 
viding more diventfled Industrial opportu- 
nities In what are today known as "de- 
veloping areas " 

Before the World War the four main 
"development, areas"— South Walea, the 




— aarvtMM 



KaniVin Sofn "Darita," the iky-Walker. Who. 80 Fwi Abort tha Sawduat. Manga by 
Rvr Few— S«co Duriag the FaU-DrcM Eahoarxal at Otynqle Circus (fitmam MilU). 

bi EngUnd. 



northeast coast, the Scottish Industrial 
belt and West Cumberland- were primar- 
ily dependent on basic heavy tndustrle.s 
such as coal. Iron and steel and shipping 
TTtese Industries have long been partlcu 
larly subject to world trade fluctuations 
and experienced years of severe depres- 
sion between the Great War and the 
World War, 

This led to such widespread, concen- 
trated unemployment among workers In 
districts where these basic Industries dom- 
inated regional productivity that they 
became unenvlably known as "depressed 
areas." Prewar unemployment figures U- 
lumlnatod the magnitude of this Indus- 
trial tragedy among scores of thousands 
of Britain's most hlghly-skUled craftsmen. 
In South Wales-one of the world’s rlch- 
e«t coal-producing regions— unemploy- 
ment figures Illuminated the magnitude 
of this industrial tragedy among scores of 
thousands of Britain's most highly-skilled 
crafumen. In South Wales-one of the 
world's richest coal-producing regions— 
unemployment rose to over 200,000, tn 
Jarrow, heart of Tyneside’s ahlp-bulldlng 
Industry, unemployment engulfed four out 
of every five workers: ihroughout Clyde- 
side. world-famed eentse of shipbuilding, 
coal-mining and heavy englneerlni. two- 
and-a-half million people (half the popu- 
lation of Scotland) lived in an area of In- 
dustrial depression. whUe at Maryport In 
Weet Cumberland, at one Ume the per- 
centage of worklese rose to 87 j)er cent- - 
blackest spot In Britain. 

MAKING BAPID PROGRESS 

Today the rapid progress which is being 
made towards carrying out the planned 
redistribution of British Industry in ac- 
cordance with the alms of the Distribution 
of Industry Act represents an assurance to 
mUIlons of workers In the former "de- 
preaved areas.' and to the nation as a 
whole, that those evU prewar days will 
never again return to render stagnant 
great areas of Industrial skill and enter- 
prise. 

WhUe It cannot be too strongly empha- 
sised that the Industrial reconstruction of 
the "development areas" is not an attempt 
to replace or compete with the old basic 
Industries stlU so vitally needed and bound 
by tradition and natural resources to the 
areas, the reconstruction now In progrees 
does ensure a more balanced economic 
structure than In the past, tu object Is to 
provide altemaUve industries which are 
In many instances ancillary to ths basic 
Industries, thus stlmulsUng a healthy di- 
versity of trade and craft 

ON RF.NTAL SABIA 

Further, the act Is much more than a 
means of solving unemployment problems 
Its provislonj offer to tndoftry unique. «n- 
pre^ented pe^eUme opportunities. In- 
dustrlaliiU seeking Uctory space bi de- 
velopment areas are given every facility 
to open and eeoree of modern factories 
have been, and are being, built by Britain's 
Oovemmeot In these areas, frequently to 
private firms* speclflcstlons. for lease an 
a rental basis Every facility Is given to 
firms to make contact with loeaJ authorl- 
ttee and other supply uodertaktnga; to vMt 
factorlee and titea or examtoe the availa- 
bility of technical and other educational 
faelUlita, while regional ofilcas of Ih* 
Board of Trade retain an Intereet in proj- 
ecle from beglnolng to end. Employerx 
lyunpared by manpower and 



shortages In such densely-crowded litdos- 
trlai regions as London and the Midlands, 
have not been slow to take advantage of 
the benefits provided by Government 
planning In the ‘‘development areas." 

Throughout the "development areas" a 
wide range of new Industrial opportunities 
are being provided both for men and 
women workers In the region. The di- 
versity of the new Industries U well-nigh 
unbounded, and Is well-exemplified In new 
factories and extensions financed by the 
Oovemraent In South Wales. 

By June, 1047, In the 21 new facUx-lee 



New Brunswick Sardine 
To Become Big Business 



Government Encourages Efforts 
to Introduce .Modem Draggem, 
Increase Bay of Fundy Catches 

F REDERICTON. — New Brunswick, a 
comparatively small producer of fish 
among Canada's eeacoast provinces, 
is making a determined cflort to put her 
fisheries Into the realm of big busineu. 

The sardine Industry has been encour- 
aged to ah extent where It now brings 
shore fishermen more than $1,500,000 a 
year and the Government Is subsidizing 
efforts to Introduce modem draggers Into 
the Bay of Fundy. 

With Government financial assistance, 
a dragger wa.n put Into operation In the 
stormy Bay of Fundy early this year and 
was termed a "major experiment" In ihe 
fight to expand Fundy flaherlet. 

Success of the trip might lead to an 
additional $1,000,090 income In the culti- 
vation of the roaeflsh Industry alone and 
would almost definitely bring additional 
draggers Into the .itrlp of wator between 
the New Brunswick and Nova Scotia 
shorva. 

The dragger. which Is the first to oper- 
ate In the Bay of Fundy. might also be 
used In the scallop fisheries which fisher- 
men from Dlgby. NS. now control almost 
without compeUtlmi. 

FroTlnclal officials say scallops are 
available In large quantities In deep Bay 
of Fundy waters and say the dragger Is 
the "Ideal vessel" to bring them up from 
the deep. 

The dragger. which catches fish by 
troUing a cone-shaped net behind, is con- 
sidered a much more economical method 
If fishing than the more generally-used 
oethods of trawUng and hand-ltnlnff. 
CA-TCHEfl LE.SS TRAKH 
Hie dragger, too. Is a more comfortable 
mlp and catches leas "trash" or non-mar- 
letable fish because the net can be lowered 
Vi the depth which aclenUfle InvsUga- 
tons have proven are the best spou for 
t|te type of fish wanted. 
iThe flaherlet industry In New Bruns- 
s^k Is already a $30,000,000 buslneis and 
onclals say It can be "expanded greatly " 
hf the Fundy experiment Is succetsful. 
tie provincial fleet which operates In the 
CMf of 8t. Lawrence during lee-frea 
aionths snay aiao be shifted to ths Fundy 
diirtng Winter moo tha 
The flrt-vtsael fleet that was tntmdoced 



Errand “Boy” It 101 

HENDON, England —When 7g-ycar-old 
ioa Star of Grantham claimed to be BnE- 
tand's oldest eiraad boy. after U years 
uenice. he was cjjallengvd by Hsr~; Pot- 
lartoo. 101, airaod bof slDce I8V8. who 
sHU delivers letters aad paroela. 



last year out of Caraquet has already 
doubled fishermen's Income In that area. 

MEET OPPOSITION 
The draggers, however, have met oppo- 
sition. J. Fred Belyea, a member of the 
Saint John city council and a fisherman 
himself, told the council that draggers 
deplete the fisheries and kill off young 
fish This cuts Into the livelihood of the 
majority of provincial fishermen, he said. 
Instead of draggers, he suggested that 
artificial fish culture be Introduced In an 
effort to expand the Industry. 

The sardine Industry, although 35 years 
old. has just begun to bring New Bruns- 
wick fishermen a measure of prosperity 
during the last seven years During the 
first 11 months of 1047, record calche- 
netted sardine fishermen $1,457,000. 

Sardine fishermen say they expect an 
even better season during 1048 and hope 
to dig Into the big market now satisfied 
by the $481004 worth of sardines Imported 
from Norway during the past year. 

ir«n«4it» er*«ai 



“Quo Vadis’’ 

Hfllrclion^ on I ifeV Joiir- 
rip\ I'roiii plptl |>v the 
DnHTiing of h Nr>i Yrnr 

V * W ^HITHER are vou g<>titR " coo- 
pr.-.":--- luile rhspJ Glee- 
rtillv y- u .-lap y."M baby hartcls 
as you pu'h yuur li«ima-made utie-mast 
Miiboal U»= : .b <*f your n»an 

private • ' 0‘!» it « ?s c.trk U e«unes 



and }i' _ p 
ship but 
guiding Its 



already completed, and many more are 
under development In this region, workers 
were producing a range of goods which 
Included bearings, oil seals and packings, 
perambulators, tire remoulding, patent 
fasteners, ribbons, Urt repair materials, 
rubber soles and heels, discharge prints, 
moulded plastics, cigarette papers and 
boxes, chemicals, carbon pa]>crs. dry 
cleaning, sparking plugs, electric motors, 
toys, flexible tubing, zlpp fasteners and 
pressed metal products, photographic ap- 
paratus and paper and fibre boards. 

O K InrorwktlM OTfla*. 



: L-;.- ■ Kmplc. u not? 

Whither ...e you^ulng." my little man. 
aiDi y<«ur ‘ - .d b. . w dancUng from a 
slxap. «:.rt v....r t.-p . . ■•—w in the pxlu 
Vi -,.r fir ». »id * Still carefree, are y«*u 
I'v- a . -- rui.r,- ol in^ltnct, unconvlouily 
foll'iwiiic a plan, spirt front the world 
and }i' _ p i of H StiU sallltiR jotir toy 
ship but .\i • -then are pulling s;-.d 
guiding Its 

•'Wlmhfr aie you going ' you stalaart 
youth In full jion of all your phys- 
ical snj men»4l fa.uliirir Does that lilt 
of your rhin and your furrowed brow be. 
etteak inntur battles zr-me lo^t. si>ote won? 
There ts i*nnfus!i>n In your face, vexation 
too. but puritost and determination la 
your eve! M.irch i«n. my man you are In 
the army now. Ute armj *f life May OM 
speed you ani! guide you, atal guidance 
you neeii like ntver bi-iore. Find yuur 
path U-v...:ds huppu...- 

foi l R4M A.M) I'.MMM 

Be to'eranl and patient f<»r a niomenf. 
:)h rr-iith. ..'tl harken t«* thi.s homely 
.e.s- Man bum -.vllh an 

de.vlre to avoid pain, misery, suffering and 
want, and to achieve perfect happlnesa 

Even though through the years ha 
sen? that Uils is trrip slble. on and on 
he c—-- In h;.^ mart futile xearch for this 
Will o the Wl.<p. The paths toward peaf? 
are divergent 

Some fi'iluw the highways that lead to 
gold, to glory, to • .mque.M, and some few 
tread Ihe narr?"; trail of service, service to 
Choir God, service to their fellow man. 

AU roads if travelled doggedly, tena- 
ciously and with forthrightness, converge 
to a common objective, ultimate pear* 
aftd contentment Which will you choose? 
Now. oh youth, Is the appointed Ume for 
your decision I 

"Whither are you going," man of ma- 
turity? Your jaw hss lost Us agcresslvn 
contour, your brow Is wrinkled wUh care, 
the natural results of your battle with life. 
You salt your ship with dlfllcully now. for 
the ocean Is no longer your ocean, but 
toems with craft — some friendly— others 
continuously crossing and reerosslng your 
bow, haras-xlng and endangering you at 
every turn Possibly you should have taken 
a different, a wider tack, bypaaslng this 
seething maelstrom, and sailing your ship 
on some smooth distant water tn peace 
and eottlude? Does that look In your eye 
bespeak de.xpalr? Have you selected the 
wrong path towards happiness? 

Ah. man of maturity Again give heed 
to the voice of experience. 

THE .SIMP OF MFT 

Sail on, sail on your ship of life, with 
grim determination' Dnfurt your canvas, 
sweat you and labort Surge lorwaxd and 
drive your ship Into that vast armada. 
They will reach the shore and so must 
you. Let one important principle guide 
you — Ball by eompasa, but let your guiding 
beacons be Friendship. Fair Play. Justice 
and a Helping Hand to your neighbor in 
dlUreu 

"Whither are you going." senile, loolh- 
leas. decrepit old man? Too late, too lata 
to ask that question nowl Your ship hss 
reached Us harbor -ynur life s work Is 
done. Your fare Is lined with cars. Your 
eyes are dimmed, but ah - they retain the 
faded smile that beamed from them as 
yuA pulled your home-made one-master 
on a lUIrfif. 

So your life was worthwhile? And U'.e 
light In your eyes la the projection of Ute 
memories of acts of kindness, of helpful- 
nen to your neighbor? Well done, old 
Skipper! Rouse yourself to a final effort 
Back on your ship, twine those gnarled old 
hands once more aniund your rudder arid 
with tilted chin and a steadfast eye sail 
your ship courageously Into. the calm and 
peaceful harbor of eternity. 

Sv aAMM e »*rvMn M D . If) Th4 e*M4i*a DMiar 



Australia’s Main Airports 
Now Busier Than Europe’s 



A ustralian air routes are among the 
world's busiest, and air traffic dens- 
ity at airports In the southeast of 
the continent is now higher than in 
Europe. 

The number of aircraft movementa at 
Mascot (Sydney! and Essendon < Mel- 
bourne! has rlseQ steadily, week by week, 
ovar recent months, and both airports are 
now handling over 100 scheduled airliner 
movementj each day. 

At Essendon the number of tnovementn 
of radio-equipped aircraft each weak in- 
ertasad from 548 In March last to 1.040 
for the week ended December 11. before 
tha Christmas rush began On Chrtitaias 
Eve. Esaendon handled 198 airliner move- 
ments 

Similarly. Maacoi Increased its average 
weekly traffic. It sveraged about 150 
movements a day over tha Christmas 
period. 

This increase In traffic Is presanUng 
new and urgent problems to the Air Traf- 
fic Control Branch 

At Baaendon tha aerodroms eontroUer In 
the towar aometlmss has 15 aircraft In ths 
air to look after at one Uma'. while a total 
of 38 aircraft is socnelimts flying in ths 
Elen don flight infomaUoo region and 
dlraclad from Essendon control centra 
Busiest airport quoted by British Bttro- 
paan Airways was Northolt, ths airport of 
Lop don, with 811 weekly movamanta. Than 
cam# Copenhagen with 811 Amsterdam 
5M and Bmssals 9tn. Heathrow flxmdon) 
287. Atockholm $10. O«lo IM 
OvmparaHve Aguraa lor Aoalraiian alr- 
porta-that Is povooent g| iwAo- 



eqtilppert aircraft xre ax fottowx' Essen- 
dun 1,040, Sydney 718, Brisbane $52 
(Areherfleld 2U. Eagle Farm 00), Adelaida 
281. Canberra 250. TownsvUle 167. WetUrn 
Junction 138. Rockhampton 134, Perth 110. 



Gadget Makers Are 
Keeping Patent 
Office Busy 

TORONTO -Proof that Canadians are 
gadget minded is found In tha number of 
•ppUcattons for patents for everything 
from cockroach traps to a baby-bottle 
feeding support. 

A total of 17,000- odd patent appUcaUous 
were filed in Canada during 1047, the 
largest number ol any year slnct the 
opening of the patent office to I860. 

Hmry Tnlly of Winnipeg invented the 
cockroach trap which has a polaoQ bait 
container for attachment to a wall. Joseph 
Ayoite of La Sarre. Qua , drsamad up the 
eow-laU-holciint gadget that keape bossy a 
switcher In place Jaeob Bamm of Cal- 
gary came through with a eoln-wrappinf 
machlfls. while Alphonse Oalhnalas of St. 
Joseph. Que.. Invented s eootrapuon to 
feed Junior while mams washss the dlahea. 

TtMD there's a conMnatlon clcaraite 
holder and ssh tray, a two-xrheelsd golf 
bag carrier for tired gotrarx. an automatic 
'cr b<.4>r a tsilU . airptsns and hun- 
dreds at other orticlsa. 



/ 



r 








THE liAW.y COLONIST ^■TCTOI^^A. B.C 



Scouts Train 



By RAY WORMALD 



S EL»'-RELlANCfc. •daplaftUlty, profl- 
ctency, leadership sod i^kkI clUaen- 
ship ikre the objeetives of more than 
1^00 yount men in the Greater Vic* 
Iona area who are members r»l probably 



the Boy HcouU 

The story of the Scout moteroent is a 
Ions and interesting nne. and would Ail 
many volumeA This account will deal with 
this district, to which Boy Scouting was 
introduced nearly 40 years ago. Since for- 
mation of the University School troop at 
that time the local organization has 
grown steadily, and now consists of nearly 
SO ' Kroups"' of Cubs, S^'OuLs or Rovers- -or 
a combination of all. 

TheM< 30 groups" Include 30 Cub packs. 
34 Seoul tr>x)pa and two Rover crews. Age 
limits In the parks are 8 to 13, while Scouts 
and Rovers are from 12 upwards 

IJIFKiri LTIES OVERCOME 

Bcoutlng made a slow start In Greater 
Victoria. Membership was small. Meet- 
ings were held at any number of places- - 
amply offlces, vacated premises of vary- 
ing description, even in old sheds. U was 
not until 1939 a permanent headquarters 
wax established, which has remained to 
this day. at 1034 Johnson Street 

On)Wth and succeaaas of the local Scout- 
ing movement are fine tributes to untiring 
afTorls of men who have devoted much 
time to this type of work. 

A fine quality of men make up the 
Greater Victoria B<iy Scout executive body. 

DISTRICT LEADER 

On top rung of tlie district's Scout 
ladder Is Msjor H. B Hunter, DB.O., who 



Well krwwn throughout Scout world oi province «• Freenu 
commietioncr »n the Greiier Victoria tree. Mr. King wee 
Scout movement in 1907, in Sueeei. EngUr>d. He hee been ei 
of the orgenisatlon here sincr 1925. 



Victoria Bcouta—hke those throughout 
Uie world— have learned, and are learning, 
that * thought for others’ is of prime im- 
portance. It Is upon this theme that their 
training programme Is based. 

In a world -wide organization aimed at 
building bridges, not fences, between 
groups, these citizens of tomorrow are 
doing good for themselves, their com- 
munity and their nation. 

HONOR CHIEF SCOl'T 
With their "brothers" throughout the 
entire British Commonwealth of Nations. 



for psrenia and visitors, and mnay other 
activities. Lieutenant-Governor C. A. 
Banks. Muyof Percy E. George, and other 
prominent provincial and civic leaders 
will parllcipate 

The celebration will mark another mile- 
stone In the history of Scouting an 
organization which today comprises mil- 
lions of young men In no leu than 
nations. 



Greater Victoria Bcouis m the last week 
of this month will honor the memory of 
Lord Robert Stephenson Smyth Baden- 
PoweU. whA founded the Boy Scout move- 
ment shortly after the turn of the 
century. 

Victorias commemoration of "B-P 
Week” Will Include a large Scout fair at 
the Bay Street Armoury, church parades, 
special meetings, "open house" programs 



London’s Old'World Shops 



beauUful old Jars which are the envy of 
connolueum The original front of the 
shop, with lU graceful bow-windows and 
panes of bulging glass, is a very fine ex- 
ample of what was once a common fealura 
of the belter-cla.u shopa in the streets of 
old London 

Who buys armour in »heie days? And 
who would expect to And a Auurishlng 
armourer plying his trade in London? 
Museums, no doubt, require an occasional 
repair to the armour In their collecUoni, 
and the services of a skilled armourer are 
then In demand, but this lllUe ahop sella 
whole suits of armour of dlfTereni periods, 
correct In every dflall 

perhaps the newly-nch come and orde^ 
half a docen sulu of armour to give ance.*I 
tral dignity to their palatial homes, and. 
no doubt, an occasional order arrives for 
armour for a historical Aim or stage play, 
but all these would surely scarcely war- 
rant an armourer in twentieth century 
London, one can only surmise that soma 
peuple. on returning home at the end of a 
business day. don armour where more or- 
dinary folk would put on a dinner Jacket. 
m.DE.ST IS LONDON 
The oldest business in the city of Lon- 
don is that of a Arm eslabluhed pow In 
Creechurch Lane. Leadenhall Street, but 
until 1890 at 44 Fenehurch Street, where 
a grocery business was founded in 1890 by 
Daniel Rawtlnson. father of a fsmoia 
Lord Mayor, friend of Pepys, and fotmdrr 
of Hawkshead Schoirl. at the 'Sign of the 
Crown and the Three Sugar Loaves " The 
Arm U still carrying on. and among Ita 
customers are some whose families have 
dealt with them since 1794 

There are aome very old relics at the 
premlaex In Creechurch Lane, includmg 
an old register of slaves working In thk 
firms sugar planiatlnns in Jamaica. 
Among the chests o,' tea which were 
shipped U>. Boston in 1773, and were 
thrown into the harbor by the Colonists, 
were some sold by this famous grocery 
businew 

IroM • SS>' ertaS ■«'' 



(.urioiia .Sur\ivaU of Bygone rime** An* Some of the 
Utile Sliope of Ijonilon, Still in llie Maiitl*' of lEe Same 
KamilipA ^ lio F’ountletl Them — I'hey .Are in No ^ ay 
Hidcieii but Mav fh* Kound in the Nerv Heart of Ltmdon 



By E. O. HOPPE 



inenl place in wimtan’s life today, and. 
chleAy for her convenience, chemists' 
shops keep accurate weighing scales on 
their premises; but there are some privi- 
leged women who may still weigh them- 
selves In the quanil. old scales used by 
their families for generations back. In 
well-worn, ancient ledgers, over 2S.000 
weighings were recorded. Including Kings 
of England and rrancc. Lord Byron. 
Charles Lamb. Tom Moore. Charles James 
Fox. Beau Brummel, and a host of dan- 
dies and fashumabie crowds from the 
later decades of the eighteenth century 
until early Victorian days. 

A few paces awav. In this .same fashion- 
able quarter. Ls a hat shop the windows of 
w hich are rarely re -dressed. It Is tluU of 
a firm of hatters which date* back to 
ab<mt 1700 Timr-mellowed examples of 
the halters art of 200 years ago are dis- 
played here and. st a glance, one la trans- 
ported to the days of hunting parsons, 
where 4 he hale and hearty vicar of the 
parish. In his bertbboned topper, would 
be seen galloping with the hounds at 
every meet 

A LUNG TIME AGll 
When the windows of a lUlle iobac- 
eonlst’s shop in the Haymarkei were Arsi 
pul In. about 1730 wealthy and fastidious 
society anufT-takers were adopting the 
fwvhion of uslrig difTcrent snulTs for differ - 
em hours, m much the same way that a 
fashionable woman in these days uses a 
different iwrfiime to suit each change of 
dress during her day of social routine 
Each blend of snuff a as kept by the 
user In a amali box of decorative design 
Snuff has been replaced by tobacco, in 



M any of London's old ahops, which 
did a Aourlshlng trade from the 
early seventeenth century, right 
into the Victorian days, were 
family concents which passed from gener- 
ation to generation, and several of these 
are In the hands of descendants still 
proAubly carrying on the trade started 
by their ancestors. Surprisingly, they are 
In no way hidden m out-of-the-way nooks 
and corners, but may be found where one 
would least expert to look for them In 
the very heart of London's throbbing 
thoroughfares 

They are. Indeed, curious survivals of 
bygone times and open volumes of past 
history 

A case m point u a well-known London 
tamiiy. which for 200 year.« ha« had the 
delicate UAk of crowning w'lsdom with 
dignity, and no doubt will continue to do 
so. at least so long as the traditional 
wearing of white, horsehair wigs by the 
legal profession full-bottom for the 
judge, a tie-wig or peruke for barristers 
continues 

AVMBOLS OF .MAJESTY 
Round the shop'kre glass cases, conUun- 
ing many well-known Judges' wigs— those 
symbols of the majesty of the law 
The most curious Is that of Lord Erskine. 
whose name u prominently connected 
with the trial of Queen Caroline Tl>e 
•lory gc>es that he was once staying at 
Knaresborough. where there w’ss a spring 
containing rarbonate of lime Jokingly, 
he told a servant to place his wig in the 
spring The result was that It became 
petrified, and H>at the wigmaker sold a 
new Wig. 

Even in this highly merJianixed age. 
every process In the manufacture of these 
wigs is done by hand, u U was done 300 

years ago 

In the reign of Queen Anne a vintner 
esiabllshfd himself at the bottom of St 
James' Street You may pass the attrac- 
tive old shop front of No 3 with Its fine 
wlnd'iw* and doors, any morning, and 
enter the cool interior of the shop, where 
you may take a glaa^ ol rare vintage from 
the most renowmed vineyards of Sicily or 
France, of Spain or Portugal, of the Rhine 
or the Moselle, as men of rank and leisure 
used Ui do In the past two centuries 
The descendants of the famous vintner 
sUU occupy the old premisea and have 
piously preserved many relics of Ihnae 
dhunf dayr Pnde of place amongst them 
is given to an ungainly, large balance, 
with a aeai on one tide of It. for the con- 
venience of eutiomerv who wish to be 
weighed. Portly gentlemen of the Regeory 
periods, strolling towards St. James', would 
halt at the wine shop and tdlemnly seat 
themselves In the scales, while a aoUcItous 
attendant would note the noble patron’s 
weight, and record It in the old ledger 
which goes back to 17fg— the earlier ones 
having been unfortunately destroyed 
Whether their bulk, which would be 
rather alarming to the present standard 
of phyalcal Atness, affected the customers' 
wine order* la not recorded 
The queatlOQ of wwlgtit occupies a prom- 



Scout* At* Constsntly Active in Community Adaira. Among Many Such Projects of Greater Victoria Boys Was Recent Tree Planting 
Project in Local Park. Left to Right- William Higgins, WiQum Sherman. Jamca Butaev, Willum Hurst. Allan Emery and Maegregor 

Macinioth. AH Arc Senior Scout*. 



are repre.veiited Grtgiiialiy. ^nd .iull. 
vpon.*orcd by the Lions Club of tlie city. 
Ihia troop meets every two weeks and 
members are given Intensive advanced 
Uamthg m all Aeld% of Scouldont It is 
from this unit young men are drawn in 
«crve aa in.vtnirtors and organizers fur 
other troopa and parks 
Among the many prominent citiscng of 
Victoria who hold nothing but the highest 
praise for Boy Scout training U Maglstrale 
Henry C. Hall who will tell you that never 
m his time as court magistrate has he had 
a Am! - class Scout before his court. 



the inuvemcni here Mr Kmg .turtad 
Scouting III 1907 in Sussex. England. 
Arriving here m 1925 he immediately be- 
came a.umclaled with the Sidney B>y 
Scout Group as cubmaster and assistant 
.<cuutma«(er Since that time he has hsH 
a scrle.y of promotions and now hr»ld.* one 
of the most responsible of all Scout 
offices 

THE SENIOR TROOP 
Of interest to the British Columbia 
Scout organjratlon two years ago was the 
formation here of a senior troop. In which 
leading Scouts of all gn>ups in the area 



now lervet as district commissioner He 
works In close association with Fred W 
Hawes, recently appointed president of 
the Boy Scout Council for Greater Victoria 
and w'ho heads an executive committee 
of 12. 

There ate four axeisUiii district com 
Diiasloners A E Estlln. who heads the 
foursome, I. D. Hamer. MC. O.C.M. and 
K. Merritt, of Scouts, and Miss Jean 
Parker and Mrs L. Lucas, for Cubo. 

And among the most popular Scouting 
•fArlats of UUs area and the province ia 
Preeman King, executive commissioner of 



Royal Opera House, Covent Garden 



and a fourth of considerable depth risipg 
to a great gallery While It has a very 
beautlful foyer U is lacking In adequate 
spare for public promenade 

TO VICTORIAN TLME:H 

The hlat^fiy of the tf^eatre g<:w* bar-k 
further than Victorian times For 300 
years. Covent Garden has been a centre 
of theatrical art. and has naturally gath- 
ered many customs One of the strangest, 
for England. Is that the National Anthem. 
"Ood Save the King.' which is played 
either at the beginning or the end of 
every performance in other theatre* 
throughout Great Britain, is ptayen at the 
Rn^al Opera House before the Arsl per- 
formance of the season and at the end of 
the last performance of the season This 
i.s to suit the convenience of the kings and 
queens, who, durhig severaJ- relgn.« hare 
waryted to be able to arrive and lo leave 
when they chn.-*# without reusing any 
disturbance 

Gl’AUDS ON RTAOr 

Another custom la that "eatras. ’ the 
men who go on the stage as soldiers or 
f'Xitmen. and who neither suit nor speak, 
have for years been found .from the Bri- 
gade of Guards, stationed In Ismdon. 

The lease of (he opera house has always 
Included a clay.*e that certain Ares In 
certain boxes d(ust be kept laid, and the 
chimneys swept, although there are no 
longer individual flraa being burnt. 

In England, the subsidy of any fbnn of 
theatre from the public purse U pracU- 
rally unknown It U, perhaps, prlnrlpally 
for this reason that opera, which, in order 
to nourish, has always needed the extend- 
ed patrondfe of the State, or the bounty 
of a priom. oe the gUU ot tbs ziA. has 



lut many years existed only fur a moiiUt 
or two of the year at the Royal Opera 
Ho .i^ in London. But the.ie Grand 8cs 
-vins. as they have been called, were until 
1939. among the most famou-i of any opera 
house In the world It ws« the ambition 
of every singer to appear on the Covent 
Garden .stage, and of every great con- 
ductor to Wave his baton there 
Reventy-two year* ago. m 1875, the 
operas of Wagner were Arsl inlrodured »o 
an Eqgllkh audteneg at Covent Garden, 
and. incidentally, are about u> be re-ln- 
Iroduced this coming season for th* Ar*t 
time since 1939 

'Ft'-m ■ ri'i.'i I 



1 lirrr ^riirw a (»rou|» of 

HistingiiielieH >Ien, howr .Aim 
li ^ aw to KwluMiwh in KiigUnfl 
an 0|M*rHlir Trnriilion Siirh aw 
Kxiwis ill fHlier (‘Jiropraii (ioiiii* 
Iriew, KormeH Tlii*mwr|vrA Into 
thff UivrnI (>ar<l(*n Opera Tniwl 



Waste From Mills Worth Millions 



By DENIS WEBSTER 



Hut solvent is poured through this, end 
the dissolved wax strains through a Alter. 

The solvent is removed from the nfud 
and wax by steam dlsiiilaOon 
From this process emerges crude wax 
worth 1300 a ton 'There is not much of a 
market to Ausiralia for this, but f^veraews 
intere.os are willing and eager to buy if. 

*n»e crude wax l'x»ka rather like brown 
coal, and has a smell fatnUy remirnarenC 
of ensilage It has a 10 per cent ash and 
35 per cent fat content Alcohol U naed to 
dissolve the fat content and acid through 
a boiling process— to remove the ash The 
puriAed product, while pretty much the 
same color, loses moat of lU smell. 

Next comes the bleaching 
The refined wax la boiled In sulphurle 
acid and potoMlum chloride, later la 
washed and boded in Mx separate Ms of 
clean water 'The bleached product is 
•ndlaUnguUhable tn color from milk choc- 
nUte It can be used for boot polishes, 
ear pastes and cream. Boor wax. . Tbs 
Naffiboar fsetory eannot fill all Us order* 
for bleached wax 

Not astisAfd with producing the wax 
from waste tlis experts have found usee 
ter what u sven now loft over 

■v—w Bw*lS) 



S YDNEY The layman, afler Inspect- 
ing this messy stuff, could justiAably 
ask Did you xay tl.OOO.OOO’’ 

Rut In that .55.000 Umx of waxte Ilex 
about 4 000 tons of crude « ax and crude 
wax can be rcAned Into bleached wax 
And bleached wax la worth 1300 a km 
The wax romex off the rind of the cane 
and remains with the pulped residue 
trapped by the sugar mill rollers, 

The whole story was told In the Slate 
parliament by 38-yeir-old David Alan 
l/»w new Country Party member lor 
Cooroora ' 

One of a family of nine frutn Yamnda. 
be has been pretty close to the sugar- 
growing Industry for as kmg as he can 
remember 

Hls^^biUon u to see a w»aa-extracUon 
plant m every sugar mUl In the State. 
*Ri# present siCoatton Is thU 
A wax factory exists at Nambour, where 
the product is not only extracted, but Is 
reAned As far as IS known, there Is no 
other similar factory In Australia 

The residue from the rollers comprise* 
•0 per cent water. 10 per cent wax and 90 
per cent lime, dirt roots and sugar 
When 4f1sd/lt is groond Inis powder 



N f OST opera house* In Europe ars 
I Imposing buildings, placed st Im- 
portant points in grqat cities, but 
the Royal Opera Houxe. Covent Garden, 
stands in the centre of the greatest fruit- 
and-vegftoble market of London. A few 
yards away is Drury Ijane. where Nell 
Cwynn sold her oranges, and Bow Btreet. 
one of the most famous pohee siaUonx of 
London. U opposite its front dour Yet. in 
spile of such, shortcomings, the Royal 
Opera House. Covent Garden. Is one of the 
few theatres in the World of Inlcmatlonal 
fame. 

The preaent .theatre, the third on the 
same site, was opened in 1158 Its acous- 
tics are perfect, and ths audllortum Is 
generally recognised as being one of ths 
most beautiful in the world Although 
built in Victorian times. It has a Georgian 
feeling of slmpUcity and elegance of line; 
but while Its red carpets and wallpaper of 
tradlUor^l design, red plush seats and Us 
gold relief give a feeling of luxury. It Is. 
In somparison with moti European opera 
Bouses, singularly rextralned In decomtlon. 

It Is borscahos ahsped. like most oper* 
bsossa. H has Uiiws Usrs of shallow dtpih. 



Historic Stone 
In Safe Place 



UPNOR. Kent. England Dirk Whit- 
tington. th* London mayor immortalized 
by a nursery poem Is reputed to have led 
the annual dance about a weather-beaten 
stone near this Ashing village 

Now the weather-beaten stune, which 
bears the arms of London city and dates 
ti) 1206. It k> be moved from the Medway 
River bank to a safer place 
In the olden days the stone was decked 
with garlands once a year by s laborer 
enthroned for one day as Upoor'a ’mayor " 
at a ceremony attended by the Lord Mayor 
of London. Ths atone once marked a 
boundary on the Thames watershed and 
Dick WhllUngimi, like other chief elttsen* 
of London, visited It during his term of 
oflAce 



THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. B C., SI NDAY. FEBRUARY 8. 1948 






When the Y.M.C.A. party reachce th« peak of Mount Edward Albert at the breath* 
taking height of 6,168 feat, thla ia the view that will confront them aa they look aouth. 
The mounuinoua region that opena out for many milea before the eye u one of the 
wildest and leaet acceaeibte aectiona of the laland. 



After deleaung ibe Cowtehan Indhuu. 
the warriors ascended the plateau to bring 
bark their families. Though the country 
was combed completely, no trace of their 
missing people could be found, and up to 
the present day neither skeletons nor 
remains of any sort have ever been tft«- 



tenay, 84 miles north of Nanaimo and U5 
milea north of Victoria. 

TEST IN CLIMBLS'G 

When the party leaves Forbidden Pla- 
teau Lodge. It faces an early, tough teat 
in climbing a aeries of cutbacks to t.SOO 
feel. After a period of easy going, the 
trail gets tortuous and constantly up and 
down until approaching McKenxle Lake 
Camp, which is at 4 000 feet. This marks 
the end of the first day’s travel. 

After a hasty trail lunch at noon, the 
party ia ready to fall to with gusto at the 
trail camp Uble. which U kept well 
stocked and with a rough but ready style 
cook to feed huge appetites. 

Just before reaching McKenale Lake, 
there Is one of the finest lookouts on the 
plateau, w’here a view for scoree of milea 
Is offered. 

The next morning early, the party 
pushes on for the second and last lump, 
known as Marlwood Camp. The trail here 
Is Just as difficult and the travellers again 
arrive tired and hungry, usually with 
enough exercise under their belts to call 
it a day for the second day on the 
plateau. 

The camp is named for a lake that Uee 
below It. and the cabin faces on beautiful 
Kwal or Wood Lake. In common with 
other lakes, this is crystal clear, cold, and 
a mirror for the surrounding territory. 
The reflections can be photographed clear* 
ly at certain times of day. 

LONG, BARD GRIND 

At this point, the party has travelled 14 
miles as the crow Alee in two days, but 



covered 



Hsliw«y up the long climb to th« peak of Mount Albert Edward, it it potwble to look 
down on bcautiiuj Most Lake, ao named becauM the island in tha centra of the lake 
makes the turroundmg water a medieval aioat In this picture, a member of the first 
paiiy to reach the ptak and study damage after the ditaatrous oarthquake of 1948 looki 

down on the lake 



SPIRIT IN VAPOR 

On the slopes of Mount Albert Edward 
can be seen the famous Ice caves, from 
which at certain times of the year, owing 
to cascading snow water, a vapor emerges. 
It Is believed that this vapor la re.nponslble 
for the superstition that arose among the 
searching Indians— that their people had 
been killed or carried off by a race of 
hairy giants who inhabited the caves, and 
the vapor emerging was considered to be 
the breath of the monsters 

This incident occurred many years ago 
and the story perhaps has lost nothing in 
the telling, but the fact remains that even 
to this day, members of the Comox Indian 
tribe will not set foot upon ‘*The Forbid- 
den Plateau.” 

Forbidden Plateau Lodge is situated in 
the Comox district. IS miles west of Cour- 



Loomng west st th« tfarM-quartvr msrk up ths mountsin. the ciimbsr %tt • lUttlini 
chstra extending downwards lor more then 2.A00 feet bmilier view* can be e*«n st 
many polnta on the Forbidden Piateeu. Perhaps the most etartliog eight is Cruiefcebank 
Canyoa, which the party will visit. 



most people feel that two days is none too 
Utile for the trip. This gives a good to- 
dlcatiOn of the terrain, whleb is difficult 
without being too dangerotu. 

The party wUl find much to marvel at 
in the guides, who travel the country with 
a speed. durabUUy and surenesa of dlrcc- 
Uon In terrain marked by few tralia They 
find UtUe difficulty in doing six times the 
distance that the tenderfoot will struggle 
over. 

Marlwood Camp is the Jumping off spot 
for many of the side trips dhat the 
plateau offers. From it. one may reach 
Camp Croteau, now a Scout camp and 
accessible directly from Courtenay rather 
than through the lodge entrance to the 
plateau: Cnilekshank Canyon. Lake Beau- 
tiful. Panther Lake where the fishing Is 
good. Strata Mountain. Circle Lake. Moat 
Lake, and finally Mount Albert Edward. 

Cruickshank Canyoa is a oever-to-b# 
forgotten tight, a clear slash IJOO feet 
deep with vertical walls. 



Strata Mountain is the home of a kevv* 
leal ledge, where unique iropleal Harm le 
to be found. 

The trip to Mount Albert Edward and 
back is usually made in a one-day dash 
that is the most esacUng task eet the 
visitor to tbe plateau. Although borsrs 
can be used on much of the trip, here it 
Is a straight matter of climbing. Although 
not a difficult climb by any means Judged 
by mountain climbing standards, the trip 
is a trying one, but one that is wsJi worth 
the sflort. From the lop of the mountain 
tbe mainland can clearly be seen. 

Pishing on the plateau le well wetrth a 
mention, for the lakes are well stocked 
with fighting cutthroat trout. The only 
problem is to catch them. The mountain 
lakes are feeding paradiaes for ths fiih. 
and only the finest of lures srlU bring ths 
surging cutthroat to ths surface The 
angler proud of his prowess can take a 
double bow if he can bring theee cutthroat 
to the net. 



like- the Cow'ichaa Inoians iivmg where 
the city of Duncan is now situated, and 
the Comox tribe In what is now Comox 
Valley. 

ON THE W.4RPATH 
In order to raid each other's territory 
the braves of these tribes would put to 
sea in war eanoea. On one occasion when 
the Cuwichan Indians started north, word 
reached the Comox chief tarn of an im- 
pending raid. He ordered all women, 
children and old men to be sent onto 
Forbidden Plateau to hide until the sklr- 
mlah was over. 



T he Victoria TM.C.A. is planning a 
week-long Summer trip to Forbidden 
Plateau early in August. 

The trip will be in the form of a hike 
from the Forbidden Plateau Lodge, which 
is 3,100 feet above sea level, to Mount 
Albert Edward, which Is 8,868 feet high 
The hike Is ex|>ected to take about alx 
days. 

The legend of the Forbidden Plateau is 
an interesting one. The story goes that 
In the days before the white man. there 
were two major Indian tribes on Vancou- 
ver Island. Both were powerful and war- 



Kmg and the Dyers’ and Vintners’ com- 
panies each supplied two boats, all of 
which were resplendent with traditional 
banners especially prepared for the occa- 
alon The swan voyage started at South- 
wark Bridge and proceeded along the 
Thames to Henley. The principle of the 
trip was to drive the swans elong In front 
of the boats, and to catch and examine 
them for markings, and by so doing deter- 
mine ownership. 

SPORT FOR SPECTATOR 

This was a very troublesome Job as full 
gn>wn birds have enough strength to 
break a person’s limb with one of Its wings, 
but the onlooker considered It a fine sport 
as the swan wardens and assistants would 
someUmes be knocked or pulled into the 
river. 

The Journey often took a week, and on 
the evening of the last day a swan banquet 
was held. This was attended by nobility. 
On one occaaloo five kings we^ present 
at the one time. 

The swan voyage and its royal patron- 
age. although the most important, was 
not the only way in which the swan gained 
recognition. Tbe majority of ths knights 
of old chose this bird as their insignia, 
and it Is recorded In history that they as- 
sociated It In their oath to Ood, the Virgin 
or their lady loves. 

The swan figures in the names of inns 
in several towns In the Old Country. This 
originated in the time when it was used 
as an emblem of the parade of chivalry. 

The royal swan, such as found In 
Beacon HUl Park, is by far the better 



t i A ND Flonnuala — daughter of Lir 
was transformed into a ewan 
and condemned to wander for 
100 years over land and land and river.” 
From time Immemorial, swans have flg- 
ared in old world lore and It is hard to 
realiae that the ewans in Beacon Hill Park 
are part of a story which has commanded 
the attention of kings and queens for 
hundreds of years. 

Let us Uke a walk back through time 
tauo the eerly Middle Ages, for It was in 
the fifteenth century that swans became 
famous. A Royal proclamation stated 
that no one eould possess a swan without 
a licence from the Crown. The privilege 
•r having a sovereign grant to keep and 
preserve swans was in those days very 
high, and although this favor was be- 
stowed on a number of personagea. the 
largest and wealthiest owners were two 
Livery Companies — the Vintners and the 
Dyers. They were given the right to own 
a proportion of the swans on the Thames 
MARKING THE gWANg 
In 1M3. Queen Elisabeth laid successful 
claim to all unmarked swans found there 
Following thu. the two companies made 
sure of their birds by marking them by 
cutting or ruing notches In their bills, an 
act which was later stopped upon the re- 
quest of Queen Alexandra. 

The marking of the sivans. or swan up- 
ping as 11 Is called, was a highly organised 
affair controlled by the Royal Bwan 
Warder, for It was law that no swan eould 
be marked unless In his presence. 

On the first day of July each year, the 



First Scientist 
To Split Atom 
Destitute 



NEW YORK - Dr. OUo Hahn, first man 
to split the atom, is living In utter poverty 
In the We.stern sone of Germany, a dis- 
patch from Berlin to Aftonbladet of 
Stockholm reports. 

The Swedish dally adds that Or. Msa 
P lanck, originator of the quantum theory 
and also a Nobel Prise winner, who died In 
Germany's Western sone on October 3. 
1847, actuaUy starved to death. 

’The scientists were among thoee who 
were not recruited by the United Btaie.s. 
Britain or Ruasla in their roundup of Ger- 
man eclenUflc personnel after the war 
Or Hahn is reported to have the use of 
one room which eerves as his living quar 
ters and laboratory 

Dr. Hahn split the atom in 1938 but the 
Naal Oovemmeni vetoed publication oi 
the feat, and so, until recently. Dr. Lise 
Meitner, a VlenneM who worked under 
Dr. Nils Bohr of Carltsberg. Denmark, wa^ 
credited with that distinction In 1639 
Dr. Bohr, unaware of Hahn's achievemenl 
honored Dr. Meitner at a conference of 
scientiiU in Washington as the firvt lo 
bring about atomic fiasion 

The poverty of the German acientisu 
according to the Stockholm paper, is dee 
to their complete Inability to deal In the 
black market as do their countrymen, and 
their general Incaparl^ to sdapt them 
selves to their new circumstancea 

Tbe ailoaUon of such ecientlsts in th^ 
Rusalan noe of Oen^any is reported to 
be “eomewhat better.” 

<e»ria Awarlcft* Nv«w*»»r AStaOM- 






Old Folks’ High-Jinks 

TnOWBRXDOE. WUtehire, Kngiand — 
When Mrs Dlen Burge, 84, was trapped 
upstairs by a fire, a neighbor. Walter 



PuMisAeff fe /osier. In BrifisA CWumMene, 



greof end toriod Aorifoge. 



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THE DAILY COLONIST, V ICTORIA. BC 



Survey of Northwest Game Fish 
By Campbell River Sportsman 

FUhing in Thlm Pari of ih* V orUI 



World of Music in Novel 
Covering Interesting Plot 



liilerotin^ Bo<ik on 
Makr> PU'u for IWitrr Con‘.rr>alioii MrlhoiU, arninn 
Iliul Kihh May IW* Drrimalrd in Future LuIm Morr 

Care U Taken 



Newnpapermun ami Mu»»ic Critie Author of Fine No^rl 
Vt'iih Muniral Backfiround Showing Teehniral knowl- 
edge and Carefully Developed Plot to Form Interesting 

Situation ' 



Tb« pubUcaUon tncludes an appendix 
Uaimc the author’e favonu nie« and hnw 



ky Eodcrkk 



“lilt Wertem AafWr.' 



rolUn* iSM 



If you an an analer and don't know 
ho« to tell a cohoe from a aprini aaimon. 
you should eertalnly try to procun thi* 
revised edition of *TTie Western Angler '* 

Not too technical that one cannot digest 
lU S33 pages, the book will in all llkalihood 
be used in reference Ubrarles as was the 
previous edlUoD, which, peculiarly enough, 
was largely disregarded in BrlUah Colum- 
bia. whence the author drew most of his 
material. 

While Uie book u an intensive survey of 
all unporlant game fish species In the 
Pacific Northwest^thelr habits and best 
means of catching them -Uie auUiur has 
v*mething more algnlAcant to ofTer. 

Mr. Haig-Brown, who lives at Campbell 
River, has made come arresting conclu- 
sions regarding the eutabllshment or lack 
of proper conservation programs. Unlaas 
some great change fur the better Is imU- 
luted in the handling of fish resources of 
tiih province.. -tha supply of game Ash will 
be decimated within a not-too-dislant 
future, the suthur wurna 

Of particular mtereil to Uland aporu- 
men b the (act Uiat the book is dedicated 
to General N Money ot Quallcum Beach, 
whom the author calls "finest of Western 
anglers Mr. Haig-Brown Irtiui also listed 
two welMuiown Victoria sporturg goods 
stores among his choices tor obtaining the 
be^t supplies of uckle on the Pacific Coast. 

A widely-travelled angler, the author 
.nates that Brltuh Columbia has better 
rod- fishing lh|in anywhere else in North 



eharactarUUcs by which trout and salmon 
may be positively identified. 

Although British Oolumbla game offi- 
olala may take exception to remarks in 
this book, the ordinary angler will thor 
oughly snjoy it AC. 



of a fifth and aixth piano concerto of 
Rachmaninoff's played by a man looking 
exactly like Rachmaninoff who prior to his 
death had Hated asjiubllshed only four 
concertos. 

Robert South left Paraguay swum to 
secrecy that Edward Brocket, mourned by 
the Btitiah muale lovers was still alive, that 
he longed to sec his grown-up daughter 
aod that he had no desire to see his wife 
Lydia who was well eitablUhsd as the 
charming widow of the famous composer. 

Mr. Tyler builds on his excellent plot 
with care. No one can quibble with his 
knowledge of musical lore. 

How Robert South, faced with the di- 
lemma of eondueUng the Brocket Memorial 
concert when he was obsessed with the 
feeling that the very cauae of the concert 
was in the same building, is treated in a 
masterly fashion by the author. 

This book will appeal to almoet evaryone. 
—J R A. 



Tyler (Oxford Vniverxlty Prese. To- 
ronto. t2.gf). 

The author of this book is both a com- 
petent writer and a man who knowi his 
music and his composers. A British news- 
paperman. he U also a capable music crlUe 
and has used his knowledge to give the 
public a story which combines entertain- 
ment and excitement. 

Mr. Tyler has created a situation, which 
had it happened in real life would have 
ihaken the musical world to Its founda- 
tions. 

Just as Serge Rachmaninoff, world- 
famous pianist and composer died while on 
tour, so did Edward Brocket, eminent Brtt- 
i.vh composer and conductor in "The Man 
Who Made Mualc.'* Only Edward Brocket 
died in a train wreck In Paraguay Imag- 
ine then the mental turmoil of Hubert 
South, brilliant English conductor, when 
In a lonely monastery on a volcanic plain 



Reviews in Brief 



"Whilher Ttao« Ooeel*" by Atlanu 

S. Sotlows (Themat Allen; 3230). 

Against a background of the wilds of 
British Columbia this book presents a 
stury of love and devotion which a young 
wife has for her husband. Basil Under- 
wood has an incurable urga to travel and 
cannot remain in one place more than a 
lew years. His wife Betty lives up to the 
Biblical quotaUpn. "whither thou goest 
there also will I go.** by following him 
wherever he wenL 

The novel Is not a Western story in the 
true tense, but tells of the hardships and 
dangers which the family faces to And 
their new home In the wilderness. 

Basil has several exciting adventures, 
Including the time when he saves the 
community from a dreaded disease. Also 
he tries to restore the mind of a man who 
had gone insane with loneliness In the 
forest. 

It Is a cheerful, adventurous apd some- 
times humorous story which should have 
a wide appeal —B.O'C. 



landing of the Spanish adventurer Don 
Manuel Qulmper at Albert Head in 1790. 
It was written and Illustrated by an E* 
qulmalt couple and privately printed. 

The black aad white aketches In the 
volume were produced by Mr. Robinsoii, 
while hla wife did moat of the reesarcb 



fhi* typtcsl scene to reference room in VKtorts Public Libfsry show* group of people 
bucy browsing sreong msny books snd publiceiions there Heferrnce depsrtment hii 
torsi of 9 2i6 vohirnes. 1.189 msgaimcs and newspapers, none of which may be removed 
Ls«t year a total of 4.S7S queetiona ui department were answered by Ubranans In charge 
Students make extensive use ol department 



lllustralc this sutement In detail by life- 
like aketches of different species of fish 
with their varied marklnga 



and all the writing herself. The couple 
collaborated on layout 
The book presents a historical record of 
the community, which of purely local In- 
terest. Is however, an interesting addition 
to ths historical studies of the settlement 
of this part of the Island — M T. 



Writing Is Hard Work 



has spent nearly half a century training 
himself, reading and studying all aspects 
of his craft. How. then, can one expect to 
turn out a piece of deathless eomposlUon 
by merely buying a typewriter, some man 
uscnpt paper and going to work'^ 

Almost everyone thinks they can write 
Writers are often approached by persuni 
who believe they have a good story Idea 
and ‘‘would like someone to write it" 
Here's where the trouble lies, because ideax 
are almost for the taking, but the ability 
to present the Idea in fiction form la a^ 
rare as an English accent In Winnipeg 
Kv«n newspapermen, whoae work in- 
volves the writing and handling of thou- 
sands of words, are often snared In the 
same trap. They, too, plan to write the 
Great Canadian Novel. Few of them try 
it and even fewer succeed in turning out 
an appruximatlon of their goal 
This tamest desire on the part ot many 
people, some of them misinformed, has 
days, groping for the best way to led to abuses and victimizing of the hops- 
And he is a man who aspirants 

For examplt. Robert Marlowe recently 
published an arUcls In The Saturday Re- 
view of Literature titled "Want to Bec«)me 
a Literary Genius?’* tn which he did some 
probing of a group of literary charlatans 
Marlowe got ths Idea from reading the 
numerous advertisement! offering courses 
In short-story writing, and rosily depict- 
ing the tantalising monetary rewards to 
be obtained from becoming a writer. Bo 
he sat down and composed a "true expe- 
hen<je* story in which he made every 
conceivable attempt. Just short of the 
rldlcttlcma, to make his story rambling, 
incoherent ungrammalicai and the like 
He bundled up ten eopie.^ of the yarn and 
mailed It to the Arms with the most glar- 
ing advertisements. 

Without a single exception, he was ad- 
vised that hts sample showed "talent,' 
Imagination and fine emotional analysis.** 
^tc . from every one of the agencies And 
they all wanted to sell him a course in 
writing, telling him at the same tims they 
were taking a personal interest" in hls 
welfare 

Like gcUirig to be president of a bank 
there Is no short way to become a good 
writer. As one novelist pot it. “the only 
way is to write and write and then write 
some more." 



By JIM O’CONNOR 

One of the greatest delusions among the 
rank and file of readers today is that 
wrttmg IS an easy way to make a Uvlng. 
To the uninitiated, the picture of an 
author sitting at a typewriter for a few 
hours, wrapping up and mailing the man- 
uscript off to an obUging publisher who 
promptly sends a fat cheque by return 
mall sounds like the Ideal occupation. 

Unfortunately, this is not so. Writing, 
except to a very few individuals, is ex- 
tremely hard work, both mentally and 
physically txheu.vUng. Even those writers 
whose prose seems to flow along the page 
often spend hours of menial agony, revis- 
ing and rewriting to gel the best possible 
word or phrase As one popular writer 
describes It. writing each word "U like 
giving birth to a baby grand piano " 

Even that capable and extremely suc- 
•easful author. W. Somerset Maugham, 
recently said that he spends hours. 
times . 

express an idea 



Heart Ticks in Billions 
During Biblical Life Sp 

By HENRY ROBINSON 



**ga Many Lovaa.** the aatabtography 
•f Leo Walmtley, (Pan Books. Macmil- 
lan of Canada. 4S cents.) 

In order that the title may not be mis- 
leading. Mr. Walmiiey’s loves are hls en- 
thusiasms and enterprises in an extremely 
varied and Interesting life. 

He grew up around a Yorkshire fishing 
port; was an airman In East Africa during 
ths Great War; a short story writer who 
led an expedition into West Africa; took 
a trip through the Pyrenees and had other 
exciting adventures. 

Hls prose is scholarly, too much so per- 
haps for the casual reader, but so good 
that he won the plaudits of the late T E 
Lawrence (of Arabia).— MT. 



acting chambers: the "auricie. ' whtch n • 
eeivcs blood into the heart from the veins, 
and ths **veuUcle," which forces It out 
again Into ths body through ths arteries. 

What causes the heart to best? This 
question, asked 1,700 years ago by thr 
anatomist Oaitn. was not answsred until 
about 1390, when tnvesUgators began to 
suspect electrochemical eoergy They w*ic 
right. We now know that a kind of elec- 
trical timing apparatus called the “pace- 
maker' normally generates, 70 times a 
minute, a tiny electrical impulse which 
sweeps down and across the moecle fibrex, 
causing them to contract. 

TWO MAIN CIRCUITB 

The heart, then, Is a kind of tleeiro- 
muscular pump, for fhs purposs of keep- 
ing ths blood eirtuiatlng in two main cir- 
cuits. One. starting from the left cham- 
ber of the heart. Is the great ‘‘systemic'* 
circuit, which ths blood makes through 
the sntlre body for the purpoee ot main- 
taining its tissues. A shorter, Independent 
circuit goes from the right chamber of the 
heart to the lungs to let the blood dis- 
charge Its freight of carbon dioxide and 
pick up Ufe-renewlng oxygen. This is 
known as the "pulmonary * circulation. 

Let us trace more precisely the course of 
the blood Dark gmous bUxid. laden with 
carbon dioxide and waste matter picked 
up In Its progress through the body s 
veins. Is drawn Into ths right auricle »s 
the auricie lies mucnentarlly relaxed When 
the auricle U filled, the valve In lu floor 
opens downward and the blood pours Into 
the ventricle below. 

When the ventricle Is full, Us smooth 
pumping pressure closes the valve, which 
bellies out like a parachute This sam** 
prvMtire simultaneously opens another 
set of valves and forces the blood out of 
the ventricle Into ths artery that Iss/'i 
directly to the lungs 

iMitrtb AMfVM INw«p*Mr AUMMtt) 



A seoiur oditor sf The Reader's Di- 
gest since 1942, and assoclsled with 
that magaiine since 1935, the writer 
ha« the distinction sf having penned 
the first original srtlrle to he pub- 
lished by The Digest. 

N ew YOKK.^Dou t worry Wo much 
about yuur heart— rejoice, rather, 
that nature bsa placed In your 
breast une of her most delicate yet durable 
marvels. And try to under.stAnd bow It 
works. It will work ail the better for being 
underttoud. • 

Driven by the heart, the five or six 
quarts of blood In the average human body 
makes a round trip about ones every min- 
ute. In 24 hours the heart recslvas smd 
pumps out again some 10.000 quarts of 
blood, and expends enough energy to raise 
a 130-pound man to the height of the 
Empire Btate Building In a life span of 
ths Biblical three score years and ten. ths 
heart lubb-di^ps some 3.300d00 000 times, 
without a single shutdown tor repairs And 
—so U seems to one listening through the 
stethoieope without a real. 

ON WITHOUT REST 
Yet without rest no muscle can endure, 
and Uie heart is a muscle Though brief, 
the pauses between "dup" and the next 
"lubb" are rest snough The normal heart, 
like man himself, spends twice as much 
time relaxing as It d<>ea at work Besides, 
the heart draws extra ratlona Though it 
weighs but 1 MOlh of the body s weight. 
It requires I aoth of the blood In circula- 
tion lor Itself. 

Your heart Is about the slse of ypur fist, 
attached to the body only by the great 
bloud vaasels stemmiiig from its bsise. It 
u divided into two parts, nght and left, 
by a bloodtight wall. Each forms a sep- 
arate pump. 

And each of these pumps has two Inter- 



"Esquimalt, Place ef Bhoaling 
Wslen,** by I^lgb Burpee Robinson. 
IJIastrmted by R. DIbdy Robinson. 

This Is a picture of the early life m 
Esquimalt and Vtrtorta, dating from the 



High-Flying Airmen Safe 
In Decompression Suit 



The Odd Corner 



The suit, detsdis of which remain re- 
stricted. weighs four to five pounds. It is 
wtim as near to the skin as possible It 
allows unhampered movements of arms 
and legs such as would be necessary If a 
pilot were to retain control of his plane, 
or even if he had to bail out at such a 
great helght-^lhough U would be neces- 
sary for him to have a supply of oxygen. 
The suit, it is explained, can be pressur- 
ised very rapidly either by sir pumped in 
from the engine or by oxygen, a tank of 
which always srould be carried In the 
plane 

PRESSURE CABIN 

The obvious answer to flying at high 
alUtudes. of course. Is the pressure cabin. 



By THOMAS R. HIS'RT 
Arlence Editor. Nerih Amorlean 
Newspaper Alliance 

WASHINGTON —A decompression suit 
that can be wore like underwear and that 
not only will keep a man alive but enable 
him to move freely at altitudes above 
100.(XM feet— far higher than man has 
ever flown- has been devised by the med- 
ical secU(m of the air forces. 

The accompliahment la described as 
"enabling a man to live in a vacuum" and 
la considered one ot the outstanding ad- 
vances In air "medicine " since the war 
ended. The device has been t««t«d thor- 
oughly on volunteers in pressure cham- 



JOHN r. MARQUAND 

John P. Marquand, the man who aaur- 
iwd Boston ilhe late Oetirge Apley) and 
won a PuUUer Prise lor hls etforla. has 
had a very uniform wrlUng career. He has 
never starved In a garret and has been 
Ing money ever slnct. 

Born in New York City and a graduate 
of Harvard UnWeralty, he was for a Urn# 
a newspaper resporter in Boston and New 
York, later going Into the advertising busi- 
ness When he found he could wrlle and 
.veil, he gave up hi* Job and has been mak- 
ing money ever sunce. 

Besides hls PullUer-wlmung novel, he 
has to hi* credit leveral other well known 
works of flcUon. •'Wlckford Point," "H M. 
Fulham, Esq .** and "Bo LHUe Time.' A 
little known fact about Marquand Is that 
he Is the (Teator of "Mr. Molo. ' the Jap- 
anese detective, who has appeared in mag- 
axtnes, boOka and lo the movies. The 
Orlontal sleuth, however, was put oo the 
shelf during the war and has not yet re- 
appeared. 



But there aiwaya lx the poaslblllty that 
there will be an accident. The preoaurlz- 
Ing apparatus may go bad Windows are 
likely to be broken, especially In combat. 
Before the eon.vtrucUon of the new suit 
any failure of pressure equipment prob- 
ably would have been fatal In a vary short 
time to rveryons In a plane at an altltucHf 
much above 30,000 feet 

In the past, suits devised for protection 
against low pressure have been so bulky 
os to be aasentlaily useless. A man looked 
as If he were enclosed In a ballotm. He 
could move only with the utmost difficulty. 
With the new equipment hls movements 
are not hampered In any way 
TO PREVENT BENDS 

Tba new suit la not intonded to give a 
man the atmocphsrle preasurt he would 
•xperlenoe at aea levtl, about li pounda 
to tha aquara inch. Instead It gives him 
somewhere around the mlMmum praasure 
at which a human being can foncUon 
without developing the "banda,” sss en tlal- 
ly the same for hlgh-alUttule flyers as for 
deep-sea divers 

Without protection of this kifil. Ufe 
hardly would 'be poaalbls abovs O.OOO feet, 
ragardleas of tbs amount of isygen sup- 
plied. At that aiUtude the aUnospharle 
prsasure fails to the point where the blond 
would begin to boil 

'Tbs suit has been tested, air fores med- 
tcaJ officers say. at slmalatod alUtudss of 
102.000 fast, wbers. ssseoUally, a vacuum 
szlsts Tbs prassurt would not baeosna 
materially leaa at twice that aJUtode or 
St a dlxtonce entirely beyond the earth * 
atmoapherv where locket pianes finally 
Mg paostrato. 






A rasora trip to ladia from Britala Is dw WwMdiaw pro^act far tWa ladlaa tacrad 
TrnnpU amakay. wWck rmMitly srrivod at • R«cmn’« Park pot ahop. A pewarfal 
omlgrrtka baa ao ikow o^aak aakts la ladU, Wt tWa aaa. thraagb to* igaarsAC* of 
hk wnder. slipped tkrougk the **lrea rwrtala." The man's naiglibors ere eaylna 

•emrwhet harsh things shoal him. end dlscretton bring better then e bargain Iw has 
•ow pleaded lor the return of the monkey Believed to be the fttsi of lU breed rvrr 
m cetae to Rrhein. the eocted monkey la vsJaed at A 100. Rot the vahM ad them m tbair 

tobfifass lads Is yaok iRaili'p a doMsa sasa ad "Rs 



btacs View el Thinct Tht* Pedi^rte Hampsturr Down Loasb Puis Out His Jo 
%m OSrwnaa Hsmt J Cotwar. Is Maty A Haw Year Arrtnl ff iterrd aa Im* 



r«u Dayi Old. sn«i Alisedy Taa.i, 
Over by Shephard Oh1 Mws Plan, 









THK DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. B.C., SUNDAY, LLHRUAkV S. 



A Thoroughly'Canadian Home 



Planning Your Garden 
Means Added Dollars 

By W. H. WARREN 



Dish for the Day 

^By THE CHEF— 

(OKM-D Hf FK 
Once upon a ^me corned beef was eon- 
ildered a loaiy thing -the butt oi comic 
jokes, inevitably linked, with ck^bage or 
used as the basic ingredient o( a New 
England boiled ur "wash day" dinner. It 
was one of the moat inexpensive meats 
aitd despite Us lowly pn>lUon. was Im- 
menxly popular with the menfolk, al- 
though the ladles turned up their noses 



(Victoria Parks Administrator) 



in early Spruig. makes a fine addition to 
the Fall and Winter menu. 

Sl'CCESSlVE SOWINGS 
A sucetnsion of sowings will extend the 



OR a g«xid many years now emphasu 
In these notes has been laid on the 
value of home-grown vegaiaWes. At 
first we emphasised their value frum 



the growing of vegetables at home was 
airejued as a measure of independence and 
safely In times of peril. A.s the cost of 
living advanced ‘and little did we ihmk 
it would reach tlie point it has today > Uie 
home garden proved a valuable aid In 
making the' f ^od dollars go farther 
onre again, we pfedirt an ever-increasIng 
Interest in home gradenlng as a means of 
expressing one.s indejiendeiuie, as a. means 
Af gaining healthful exerrise while pro- 
during high-quality fresh vegetables, and 
abc>ve all a^ a means of making our food 
dollar go further during this lime of In- 
flated values 

EVERY FOOT A DOI.LAK 

It Is Important to plan the garden— even 
more so iri the small garden than In the 
1 irge one. Every square fool has a poten- 
tial dollar value In terms of food. In striv- 
ing to achieve maximum value grow only 
wlut can be consumed -no use overdoing 
cabbage, lettuce a(id spinach If 

cabbage ts eaten only once in ten days, 
why grow a couple dosen aurplua heads 
when tl»e space can be utlllted for other 
erffpx** Tlie same applies to lettuce, sow 
a pinch of seed in a corner at frequent 
Intervals, transplant what you need and 
dl.vard the rest. Early potatoes are 
often overdone We only need them for a 
couple of months and then aof/n long for 
the later varieties w’lth* their higher 
quality, so grow only what can be con- 
sumed during July and August. 

The Whiter crops are the ones which 
will provide the greateM aatialaction hi 
combatting high prices and In providing 
healthful greens at a time when they are 
needed mo&t. Bru.^sels Sprouts may be 
sown in April, Purple Sprouting Broccoli 
and the late Fall or early Spring forms 
Of head broccoli in early May. Savoy cab- 
bage for Fall use la onw’n at the aame 
time: no other type of cabbage exreed.i 
this for quality. The Spring heading cab- 
bage are grown from .seed planted in 
August l^eeks are sown In early Spring, 
al.t'i parsnips On good soil where It can 
be given regular waterings, celery, sown 



Sow peas at two-week interval.n until mid- 
June, and dwarf bean.i until mid-July. 
Even corn should be sown at Intervals if 
yuu have the space Last year three sow- 
ings extended the season over alx weeks. 
Carrots may be sown at 'intervals until 
August One or two hills of biiih type 
vogotable marrow.’) will provide more than 
enough for the average family. 

Keep the sun-loving vegetables away 
from the shady comers. Regular water- 
ing and feeding are essential The appli- 
cation of manure or compost, and a good 
complete garden fertilizer, at about 3 lbs. 
|ier 200 square feet, is a necessary prelim- 
inary to successful gardening It will pay 
to grow a few strawberries and raspberries 
to offset high prices, If space is available 
Dwarf apples will yield a crop in a very 
.’•hort time. Peaches will do well against 
a building in a warm posUton, preferably 
facing south or west Rochester usually 
gives best satisfaction in this district. 

In the greenhouse a few strawberry 
plants, potted up. will give an early crop. 
Also a few dwarf green beans, in individual 
pots. wUl make a tasty meal before the 
uutduor plants are ready Sweet pea^ 
should be started in g'j-inch pots ready 
for transplanting out as soon as favorable 
Now U the time to start tomato, lettuce 
and lobelia seeds. 

GARDEN RECORDS ' 

Ii is-imporUuU to keep a garden note- 
book. Jolting down weather conditions, 
varieties planted and when, amount of 
harvMt, experiments, eltppmca and cul- 
tural data A note dated February. 1931, 
reminds us to dig and divide the hardy 
perennials. Don't chop with the spade, 
rather use two forks, back to back, press- 
ing gently Into the root and prying apart 
Plant the nutside sections of the clump and 
discard the centre. Another note made 
the same year suggests growing Michael- 
mas daisies to one stem, and subsequent 
entries show good results were achieved. 
In 1932 wallflowers, forget-me-nots, holly- 
hock and polyanthus were planted out 
toward the end of the month; delphinium. 



end of the brisket, which has less fat than 
the lower. Have the butcher bone and 
Ue the meat for you. When you get It 
home, put it tn a kettje, cover It with hot 
water and loss a few carrots and onions 
into the pot I add several cloveg. a bay 
leaf Aiid a clove of garlic to my corned 
beef. Bring the water quickly to the boll, 
then reduce the heal snd simmer slowly 
fur about two and a half to three hours 
Remove any scum as It rises. Keep the 
meat lied until it is can'ed and serve it 
with a good sharp English mustard or 
horseradlsli sauce 

Next day you can make hash- the usual 
kind with diced boiled potatoes If you like 

but why not be original and try a new 
version? For instance, chop 2 cups of 
corned beef and add 2 cups diced boiled 
potatoes. Then stir In I 3 cup of heavy 
cream, a tablespoon of onion Juice, a dash 
of Worcestershire sauce, salt and pepper 
to taste Mix this tl)oroughly and cook it 
slowly over a low Are for half an hour. 
Tlie hash then Is heaped on piping hot 
toast that ha.^ been buttered well and a 
»auce made of i Ublespouna sour cream. 
2 tablespoons tomato ketchup and <3 tea- 
spoon of horseradish is poured around the 
hash It must not be heated with the 
hash Serve at onee 

e»= ':■.»»» tar > 



This home was butlt 
recently in New 
Westminster. It is 
somewhat unusual 
in design, but has 
more floor space 
than the view indi- 



SI.MPI.F PLANS INTERESTING 

A reetangulkr plan can often be macie 
mteresUng in exterior appearance thrutigh 
the use of a well-prupoiUoned porch, the 
entrance doorway, garden walls and fenc»x 
and similar accessorle.s Hav windows add 
to the livability and enjoyment of the 
house, contribute to the exterior appear- 
ance and can be economically built. Theie 
IS. also the opportunity ol combining a 
.single material in dlflerent forms -In the 
i-ase of wood, the use of flat biw«rds. with 
or without moulded edges, vertical boards 
with battens and ordinary clapbnaids or 
shingle.s. Brick and stone may be com- 
bined or used will) wood lor mierest m 
texture, but In non-contrasting colors to 
obtain a harmonious whole that will flrrt 
appear to the eye as a single unit 

(iARAfii; LSrKF.ASES .SIZE 

If a garage u required and the site sue 
permits, It may be effecUvely aitarhed to 
the small hou.se An atlaciied garage has 
the rflect of making Uie house appear 
larger by Increasing the exterior mass of 
the building also providing a more con- 
venient location for the garage than when 
placed on the site some distance away. 
Through this u.se of the garage a rec- 
tangular house may be given the same 
Interest and appearance as that of the 
L-shaped house When thU is dcaie U)e 
roof Unas of the garage should be consid- 
ered In relation bo those of the hrmse in 
order to obtain the best composition of 
building masses 

Unless the Building budget will permit 
construrtion of a chimney of good propor- 
tion tn relation to the sise of the house, 
U is highly desirable to use an Inside 
chimney and alsu more economical. 
Chimneys conLauuog one or two fluea of 
minimum size are too tall and narrow for 
good exterior appearance and when buUl 
on gable ends have the effect of dividing 
the house In two parU. thus destroying 
its unity and the efTecllve apivearancs of 
width 

Llvaballty of any home i.^ enhanced by 
proper location of the house on the lot 
and the planning of the iot in relaiion to 
the house The development of the plot 
need not be done all at once Bv planning 
Ihe loralion of lawn, garden, flower and 
.shrubbery areas In advance the she can 
be gradually imp^jved as the additional 
outlay comes within the budget 



lupin, campiutuia. pansy, vtola and geum 
seed were sown in the cold frame (or late 
Summer blooming Cold frames will need 
more ventilating as the days get brighter 
Getting early potatoes Into flats and plac- 
ing tn sufTicient light to produce strong 
green sprouts, is a regular February pro- 
cedure 



cates 



the plan discloses 
a large living-room 
with French doors 
to the terrace at the 
rear. Besides the 
usual rooms on the 
ground floor there 
ti ■ den with fire- 
place and also a 
bedroom and bath 
and a laundry room. 
There are two bed- 
roomi and a bath on 
the second floor. 
The roofing is red, 
as is the brickwork, 
while the vertical 
hoards with beaded 
joints are in white. 



QVIET— COWS GRAZING 
WARRINGTON, England -Town coun- 
cil here rejected a speedway track scheme 
because It might imperil the purity of the 
water supply and. owing to the noise, 
lower the milk yield of a 12S-cow herd 
nearby 



Famous 



Simple Guide to Minimum 
Type Home Construction 



house can be given character and pleas- 
ing variation from its neighbors The 
size and location of windows and doors 
should be such that a pleasing relation- 
ship exists between vail openings and 
wall spaces. Corner vlndowt often may 
be used efTectlvely when the exterior de- 
sign compoaltlon la well studied. These 
windows are usually advantagevius as a 
means of securing increased wall space In 
small rooms and provide adequate light 
and ventilation. 

Unless comer windows are used, win- 
dows of the asual type should not be 
placed too near tlie exterior comers, since 
this has the effect of making the exterior 
appear weak where It should appear solid 
and strong 



''r^HE problem' How to obtain the most 
I successful and pleasing exterior de- 
sign for the minimum home 
The solution: Comblnmg simplicity with 
effective compoxlUon throughout, by the 
use of 

<ai Simple roof lines and care In the 
disposition of doors and windows. 

(b> Good proportion between width and 
length of walls and their height 
<c) Simple variations and materials 
which lend interest to the wall areas 
without creating a resUeas appearance 
Simplicity in exterior design gives the 
small house the appearance of maximum 
size The fewer mfTerent materials used 
on the exterior the better the appearance 
usually will be. several different materials, 
especially those which contrast in color 
and texture, will break up the exterior 
into a series of small units or segments 
making the house appear even smaller 
than It la. 

Structural methods which minimize 
height are usually the moat economical 
and will result In a tmall house of better 
proportions than when the house is high 
in relation to width and length Exterior 
proportions are also improved by setting 
the house ax low on the ground as possible 
AVOID NON-F8SENT1ALS 
Appearwnce is generally improved by 
avoiding breaks In the roof lines at the 
eaves It saves cost as well. Unnecessary 
gables and dormers, over-elaborate cor- 
nices and non-essential features can 
profitably be omitted 
Through proper spacing and grouping 
of doors and windows, evrn% rectangular 



FEATURE AHRACTION 

FRUIT DEALERS! 



the chlorophyll, and used by the plant to 
produce other compounds Previously, 
however. It has not been known that sup- 
plemental sugar would permit the same 
growth. 

CommenUng on the reporUt ahich ap- 
pear In The American Journal of Botany 
for January. Dr Robert C Hocketl. scien- 
tific director of the foundation, said "Sev- 
eral practical applications for this discov- 
ery are in sight Hot-house crops such ax 
strawberries, tomatoes, rarnallona and 
roses are often grown in northern latitudes 
where the Hght intensity in Winter is not 
suflirlent (or maximum growth By sup- 
plementing sunlight with the sugar spray 
during these periods, full development 
would be assured. 

The spray could also be used profitably 
where iranxptanled seedlings are tn dark- 
ness several days during shipment. Btud- 
tes ahoav that tomato seedlings which 
were given sugar sprays before and afier 
transplanting were protected sgatnst 
shock and showed muoh better develop- 
ment than untreated plants 

It U fjelleved that when sunlight in- 
tensity dropa below 1,000 foot candles dur- 
ing an eight-hour period, as often hap- 
pens In northern regioru during Winter, 
there is not enough light for sugar syn- 
thesis by the plant. Other processes in 
the plant appear to be carried on with 
leas light than required for making sugar. 
Thu ueiief U baaed on experiments whers 
plants under these rondiuons of relative 
darkness were found to be slgnirieantly 
Btimolaled by the 10 per cent of sugar 
OoluUon sprayed on the leavea. when the 
temperatures were fairly high To re- 
strain mold-growth a small quantity of 
an anu-blotic soch as sulfanilamide u 
added to the spray. 

Further expertmenta will be mode at 
agricultural research centres tn different 
sertlons of the eotmlry to Ust iheee prt- 
limlnary findings to see how reriain food 
and decorattve Ooral pia&ts rwspend. 



H OT-HOU8E crops can be invigo- 
rated and tht growing areas can 
be extended by auballtutlng a 
spray of common sugar for sunlight, ac- 
cording to KientUts of the California In- 
sUtute of Tcchnoloffy. Pasadena. Biudies 
conducted for the Bugar Research Foun- 
datltm by Or F W Went and Marcella 
t arter, of the William B Kerckolf Labora- 
tories of Biological Sciences, show that 
plants placed in total darkness will keep 
growing if sugar U supplied by Injection 
nr. more practl^ly. by a fine spray of a 
10 per cent sugar solution in wster. 

Sugar it normally produced in the leaves 
of all plants by the action of sunlight on 



<*rnwn In the Okanagan Valley's famntia mountain orrharda, 
B.C. McIntosh Reds are unmatched for quality. You new their 
famoua colors — taste their fresher flavor— enjoy their wholesome, 

tft 

toothsome goodness! Fruit dealers are featuring these grand 
pplea that are such favoHtea with Canadlana eTer>wrhrre. 



R.C. McIntosh Reds are superb for eating fresh and grand, too, 
for cooking. Pies, puddings, saucea, and all sorts of rooked 
apple dishes made with R.C. McIntosh Reds hold that luscious, 
distinctive **Melntosh*' flavor. 



Riiy R.C. Mc^^tosh Reda 
today. Knjoy them to the full* 
They're economical to buy, 
and mighty gcxKl to eat I 



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Homes 



By J. K. NESBITT 



In ItSO. a remtxl^led, a rmrrged u 
flite u »ver. • type o( man«ton, though 
rdikU enough to be homelike and friendly 
THf HKST 0((T PA.NT 



KE Of Greater Victoria • moat gra- 
I cioua homea U ''Admlral'a Houae,'* 
In Ula Majesty a Canadian Dock- 
yard at the end of the Baqulmalt 



It la an hlatorlc manaion, too. for U was who had arrived In Eaqulmalt from Eng 
built M years ago-whlch U a long Ume land In 1871 with hla wife and seven chU 
even In a city like Victoria, whose hUtory dren Fellrlie Caroline Buyley. who wa 
goes barg more Ilian a oentury. It U a later Mrs Richard Wolfenden. came wlU 
link witli the days when warwhlpe of them. Mrs. W E SeoU la the only aur 
Queen Victoria's fleet anchored In the vlvlng Innes child of those days. She live 
splendid harbor. at Ganges Harbor, on Salt Spring Island 

•’Admiral's House." where many hun- and often recalls the happy yean sb 
dreda of Victorians have been entertained spent at “Admlrars House.’* In July o 
the last year or so by the Navy's com- l«M W H Lobb became chief naval store 
manding officer on the Pacific Coast, was keeper at E.MjulmaU and so the second oc 
built In 1M5 for the British Navy's chief cupant of the house He was followed b 
storekeeper on this coast. The well-known H 8. Btmmlns in 1900 and the neat yea 
John Teague, who deslgrned many of Vic- by C. H 8. Hams 

tnrla's most noted early-day homes, was Longest resident of -Admiral's House 
the architect. The old hoase has had a was the late George PhllUpa-rememberfi 






• r Areh)«f« eh««^ 

The iwo old buildinge si the left were put up during ihe Cnmes Wsr end heve now 
dtssppesrcd ' Admlrsl’e Houm" can be even m the bsckground. 



• Admiral s House ' and the Mamguy fam- 
ily are indeed part and parcel of Esqulmalt 
Hurbfjr. 

STt RDV Ol.n HOME 
"Admlrai'.s Hou.te" Is a graceful, sturdy 
oi xed brick, with aiuue ulmmings. 
square of line, with nothing fussy about 
Its exterior, Uiough lU bay wmd-iws and 
trr'hi'd window frames lend U substantial 
beauty. Its quaint front porch, with tiny 
verarida above. Is the original, and a fea- 
ture aie the numerals "1885' craved into 
the stonr, -.:i ihal no one wlU ever be un- 
certain iLV to the date when It was built, 
ll has stiiod 63 years of wind, and ram 
whU'li ujL ntUn whipped into lurlous 
•-•'.rms that beat over l>unUe Head, on 
whifc-vT ro, k> pi>mt It U hrraUd It look* 
out to sea, act'- Uie Strait of Juan de 
Fura to the Olympic Mountains, and from 
lU wmdow h at night can be seen bllnkinf 



-RCN- PSAto 

Admirsl'* Houm**— T h*« Urge bsy windows look over lerrsccd 
Uwns to the wstert of the etralt. 



Southwest view of 



In 1905. as the only Admiralty official 
left on the coast, Mr Phillips moved Into 
•'Admiral's House. ' and remained tliere 
until 1917. One of the many gala events 
the house has seen was the luncheon in 
1900 tn hunor Japanese Admiral I)lchl and 
the captains of the Japanese warships 
Soya and Aso. The Lieutepant-Oovemor. 
Hon. James Ounsniulr. attended and later 
be lent the Admiral *hli yarhl Dolaura 
for a cruise In coast waters. Tlie Admiral 
was so dellghle^l with the thmamulr hot- 
pltahty that he presented Mr. Dunsmulr 
with two rare Jardinieres, made for an 
Emperor of Japan. 

Mr. Dunsmulr put them in a place of 
honor at "Hatley Park" when he left 
Government House. Some years ago. ilt*er 
Mrs. Dunsmulr died, there was an auction 
sale of Hatley furnishings and one of the 
Jardinieres was bought by Percy Cnddle 
It Is now in his coUecUon of priceless 



knew bis Hatley Park ma^ainn one day waiter Nlchoi. 1921-26 Lieutenant -G ot 



hthl- of FisEuanL Albert Head and 



would play an important part m the life 
of the Canadian Nav7. When the college 
was closed, the house became unoccupied 
and grew dusty and musty, as discarded 
uffice furniture and ancient flies were piled 
In the hlgh-ceilinged rooms 

IN YE.AR.S OF WAR 
In '36, however. Ottawa began paying 
attention to enlargement of the Esqalmalt 
naval base, seeing war clouds on the 



emor of Brltuh Columbia, and their two 
sons and daughter. 

It 18 niUDg that Admiral Malnguy 
should live there at the sea entrance to 
Esquimau, fi>r his father. Daniel Wlshart 
Malnguy. arrived In the lurbor In 1883 In 
the soiling vessel Strathallan from Eng- 
land. Later he took up land at Chemal- 
nus. not far from where hU youngest son. 
the Admiral, has his "HeavyUees Farm " 



Race Rocks, and Edix Spit, 20 miles away 
un the American shore. And Uie Admiral 
can see his ships as they pass in and out 
of Esquimalt Harbor. No more rumanUc 
home could be found for a sailor. Its fine 
garden terracen to the bsach below and 
when the Admiral and hu wife give a 
lawn party, with naval band playing In 
the rose arbor. Uiere U no gayer scent In 
the whole Paclfle Northwest. 



a.v a fir,8t-ela&5 amateur opera singer and 
actor. Mrs Phillips lives in Oak Bay. Mr. 
Phillips served the British Admiralty on 
this coast longer than anyone else and 
also was an employee of the Canadian 
Government, when U took over naval af- 
fairs from Britain 



varied career, from gay parties and the 
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nlneUes, through quieter yearn and disuse, 
until now there are gay parlies there again 
and youngsters make lU rooms merry. For 
yean It was empty, used as a storehouse, 
but so beautifully was It built that when. 



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THE DATT.Y COT.OMST. VICTORIA. H C, SCNOAV. FERkCAKV 8. 1948 



him. Bht had Use^d bUn (ood-bye, a 
filmy mue k\m. a* Mr. Fwwlrr Uif man< 
afer of the aa ipokf to hii faihfr; "I 
wuuldn'^ hare taken your boy. Mr. 
Downlnf. but he «ald he didn't have no 
parenta’ 

--? H ipp y Iliaakeflving, Robert Down- 
Inf ' She held up her |lau to meev hu. 
smiling, and then the world went black 
The sun was colormg the landscape a 
soft yellow when she awoke the next 
momtng. The bed was unaccustomedly 
aofL She wasn't in a hotel. Where was 



It Miist Be 



By HELEN HOERLE 



her fourth turn. staggered blindly into 
the wings, gasping fur breath. 

6i)e pulled her&cif up the ateep steps, 
retting several times before she reached 
her drtsslng-room. Taking off the many 



^ ^ ^ I HE City Theatre. Harrison, Is 
I putting on a few acts lo'cele- 
1 brate its twenty-fifth anniver- 
sary," Harry Clark, the Chicago 
agent, had said. "Want the booking?'* 



Short Story 



The door opened and Mrs. Hudson en 



mono around her shoulders and .dipped 
trembling Angers into the )ar of cold 
cream. A loud knock at the door startled 
her, her Angers pausing as she rubbed the 
cream Into her cheeks. ''Come In,'' alte 
whispered 

A tall, dark-haired, overboaaed Agure 
blocked the doorway, a smile revealing 



fragrant aroma. She had wished Robert 
Downing a Happy Thanksgiving, and then 
~*'What happened?" Joan asked, pushing 
her hair back, realising where .she aas 

"You fainted." the hou*ekee{>er Uild 
her. "Mr Robert carried you upstairs and 
1 pul you to bed ' 

"That «as a. dumb thing to do” Joan's 
eyes pleaded for understanding "I hope I 
wasn't loo much trouble. What time ts 



hard-boiled little man could not see the 
tears that Aooded her tired blue eyes. Want 
It? It was manna from heaven. Her pocket- 
b<M>k fonlalned barely enough cash to pay 
her .allroad face to Harrison, and she 
would have to give <he patient Mrs. Lacy 
a small sum for storing her trunk while 
she had been in the hospital. 

"Well, get folnf.** Clark ordered when 



two rows of even white teeth. Joan stared 
Incredulously, and then swung around In 



she had mumbled her acceptance "You’d 



her chair UneonsclouBly her eyes aoanht 



better catch the afternoon train— and." 
he added, "don’t worry about sending the 
commission rifM o(T " 

Joan smiled gratefully Hard-boiled 
though he was thought to be. she often 
wondered how many performers owed 
him back commissions. 

It seemed a good omen to her that once 
as!sm she was Ruing to play the City 
Tlieatrt. Harrlvui. Her whole life had 
reviilved around that inslgnlAcant little 
playhouse Ui the small Michigan towfi. 
She had been born there while her mother 
and father were playing an engagement 
In the good old days of vaudeville, her 
mo* her had died a few days later, and her 
own Arst apprarance In a children'.^ tab- 
loid musical had beea on the city Thea- 
tre .v inade<{iia*e .<oage U was almost tike 
Rotng home, f'tr she had never had a home 
In all tier twenty- four years of life, twenty 
years of which had been spent playing 
the coflre and cakes circuit. 

Less than twenty-four huura later alic 
paused from habit to scan the mall boaea 
a^id Ihe dre.sslng-room sheet in the drwfty 
stage entranrr Nothing had changed, not 
•V' t the wrinkled little oM man sitting 
placidly inMde thn stage d(s>r Rhe won- 
dered ti he ever had moved m the score of 
years since she had Anit seen him there, 
grey. bent, pipe In mouth, seeing every- 
thing. saying nothing 
"Hello. Dud," the smiled u.s he peered 
at her through smeared .spectacles "Juan 
Mawni.” she prompted, "remember me?" 

He removed the pipe from trembling 
Itps "Hure f do Kinder thin, ain't you?’’ 
‘Tlrst engaKenient after a long bookiOK 
at th- hospital.” she admitted. "Number 
two spot Isn't so hot. Is ll?" 

"You re in number three dre.ssing 
room ■ 

Mechanically Joan look the key from 
the rack, and slarted tor the iron stain. 
She was .<ihaklnK. knees trembling, the life 
drained from her slim body when she 
reui-hed the second landing 
Nothing had chunged In the twenty 
years since grease paint had Ar.st been 
applied to her rosy little unblinking coun- 
tenance before Ibe mirror In this very 
room Then the turned suddenly, and a 
wistful smile eurlep the corners of her 
hp.v. There they were atlll, the acratche.H 
of their re.vpectlve heights that the chil- 
dren In the act had made on the dixir 
Jamb su many yean before. Hers was the 
luwes*. for she was tiny then, even as she 
was tiny now 

Dimly the name.s of those little girls 
and boys sang in her memory, and she' 
called each one until tbe topmost was 
reurhed The tall boy who had run away 
from home and joined the act the night 
they closed Strange the could not remem- 
ber hts name, when years later she learned 
that he had run away with the stiriw he- 
rau.se of her Her Arst beau! But his father 
had followed and taken him back home. 
Joan could see him now. .vtandlng atralght 
and tall, his Asts lightly clenched, his 
head with the curly black hair thrown 
bark biavrly defying his parent She had 
cried when he left, and often In the UUer- 
vening years had thought of him. 

Twenty years wav a long lime She ws.s 
Baby Joan then, born into the theatre, 
dvtfrmlned to reach the heights Twetily 
yearn of drafty dre.nsing rooms, twenty 
yearn of dusty stAg*‘s. twenty years of 
unentlui.Maallr audiences, twenty years of 
worry, ambition and strut^le. and now 
ahe was just where she started 
•'Don't get maudlin. " she couij.neled the 
grave white f.ice fiamed In a halo of 
auburn hair that looked at her from the 
dimmed mlrn>f "Life begins at forty, and 
you've a long way to go. You'll make the 
ilreet called Broadw’ay yet ” 

That was the reason she had married 
Claude Rtrange and teamed with him, 
because he held out the bait of Brpadway. 
Hin bna.nl that he had played there In- 
trigued her young heart; with him she 
would make that street of dreams One 
day she learned that Claude had been tire 
ofT-stage voice In an opening act at the 
Palace for a single w-eek. 

Her music under her arm. she denrend- 
ed the narrow iron stairs. She thrilled to 
the IhcAlrr'-. mu.nty friendliness, the very 
feel of the stage under feet giving her 
courage She'd lake It easy for the Aral 
few weeks, as the doctor had ordered— no 
high kicks, no aplits. no acrobattca. 

The orchestra leader greeted her smil- 
ingly. Hr too. was an old friend "Hello. 
Baby Jooii. ' he grnmed. “welcome home. 
How's Broadway? ’ 

"Still running 'mm the Battery to Al- 
bany. Ben. aa I’m told. Keep your eyes 
peeled, darlin’. I ll be there yet ” 

He distributed her music to the orches- 
tra Four allows today, kid Thankaglv- 



the old notchea and then traveled to 
where his dark head nearly touched the 
lintel "You ve grown .some," ahe grinned, 
"and you were a big boy then. " 

’ You do remember,’ he laugiied, an 
adult edition of the small boy's glee. 
"You're atlll a little bit of a thing ’ 

"Just pini-size." she admit'vCd, motion- 
ing him to the vacant chair. "Did you 
ever run away again? ' 

"They dldn t give me an opporJunlly.'* 
He sobered. "1 .sure was heartbroken when 
Dad look me hume. But 1 never forgot 
you. and when 1 saw your picture outside 
the theatre this morning, and your name. 
I wondered If It was the Joan I had 
known " 

Joan’s heart missed a beat, aud ahe lelt 
yotingrr than ahe had in years 
"1 cuuldn t get in until the lu.st show 
he apolDglxed ' ! wasn I sure it wo.s really 
you untH I saw you on the stage, and you 
still ^eemed like rhe same little kid to me 
I've often thought about you. and won- 
dered where you were Ht>w about a bite 
of supper with me?" he invited. "I 
thought we might go out home. There's 
not a decent restaurant In town Harrison 
Isn't New York ’’ 

She raised quesUoning blue eyes to meet 
his brown ones 

"My housekeeper will Ax us a snack. ' 
he answered her un."poken question. Rhe 
WO.S touched It wa.v nice of him to mention 
a chaperon. ’Til wait down.vtsirs " 

As the door closed on him, she slipped 
Into her best frtxk. a .shabby but well-cut 
black wool. Wearinesa lorgotton. she 
pulled down the little velvet beret over the 
ra.scade of auburn curls and turned out 
the lights. He was as charming a man as 
she remembered the boy But what was 
his name? It had completely e.scaped her 
' That was quick. " he approved as the 
slight Agure joined him ' I've a car wait- 
mg " 

His Angers curved her elbow and aa hr 
opened the door a bla.tt of icy air accom- 
panied by Aurrles of snow almost .^wepl 
her off her feel. They scurried down Uie 
long alley and across the slipi)ery pave- 
ment to the warm darkness of the waiting 
sedan. 

"I didn’t know It was enowlng. " she 
said between chattering teeth 
"It started about noon Haven’t you 
been out to have anything Ui eat?” 

"I had some soup sent In." she con- 
fessed. suddenly hungry. ‘I rested between 
.shows. You sec. I ve only been out of the 
hospital ten day.s " 

The car rolled through Ihe broad, silent, 
dimly lighted streets raini chinks of light 
Altered from the windows of the houses 
»el bark among the trees hiding the 
family parties sheltered wUhIn. replete 



"Just n<xm ' Mrs Hudson looked anx- 
ious as Juan eased herself out of betl. 
"Don't you think youd better slay in 
bed?” 

"I go on at two," Tliere wa.i Anality in 
the girl's voice "1 feel belter than 1 ha\e 
In ages Really I do Uticas it was the 
good bed. Ls Mr. Downing downstairs'' ' 

"In the hring-ruoin Mr.*. Hudson saw 
no necessity to explain that he hod spent 
half the night at Joan's bedside 

Between sips of the hot coffee Joan 
slipped Into her brief garments folded so 
neatly on the rhatr. a llllle ashamed of 
their ohabblness. 

'll was st'ipid to ptL'-.*. out, ■ ahe apolo 
gited a few minutes later, standing In the 
doorway of the llving-roum Ciue.u (our 
shows were t^ mucii fur me 

He took her hands in his. eyes gating 
anxiously at the liiUe peaked face Her 
heart raced at the story she could read in 
his brown eyes. "Bur^-ou're well enougfi 
to be up?” 

*0( course ’ but her knew werr bending 
under her It was pleasant to have aomr - 
one worry over her, no tme had before 
Rhe smiled reas.-'urlngly as he drew her 
down on the big couch "And I never did 
have my Thank.sglvlng dinner * ahe sighed, 
"the Aral dne 1 ever rated in anyone's 
home " 

"We'll have 11 tonight," he promised. 
'No wanned overs, but everything just as 
It was served yesterday. ' 

• You're sweet. I d love It, If U s not loo 
mucli trouble. Will you run me Into town 
so 1 won’t be late for the show? " 

He released her hands "Joan. dear, ever 
suvee I saw you in that kid act and ran 
away »o be with you I ve often wondered 
how I d feel If ever we met again. Nuw I 
know. I love you ’’ Hia big voice was 
curiously gentle "Guess I always have 
loved you. just the way perhafta you love 
the stage But If you could give that up, 
live here what I m trying to say, honey. 
Is that I love you and want U» marry you ' 

The Aame.s crackled merrily, the clock 
ticked solemnly and outside the wind gave 
promise of another stormy day. All was 
serene within that lovely old room Rhe 
closed her eyes to shut out the picture. 

"Of course we could travel, anywhere 
you wanlet." the gentle voue conUnued 
"I'd do anythmg. dear, to make you 
happy ” 

He offered her uavel. Travel to her who 
knew every bump In every nuad from one 
end of the country to the other That was 
no Inducement, but love, peace, security, 
relief from worry tempted her Tears 
sprang unbidden, and ahe turned a 



“Happy Thankagivmi. 
Robert Downing " She 
held up her gUst to 
meet hu, smilmg. 



with Thank.^glving men-imeiu and holiday 
bounly 

Juan wu.v homesick, suddenly, for the 
things she'd never had - home, family, 
holiday reunions, festive dinners Rhe stole 
a glance at the man handling the big car 
so easily, this boy who had grown to 
manhood m such aurroundlng.n. Keeling 
her eyes on him. he smiled. 

"Almost there. Not cold now, are you?” 
She shook her head The man guided 
the machine into a broad driveway and 
brought It to a stop 
The big living-room Uiey entered 
reached out a welcome to Uie vi.*itor 
"Give me your hat and coat. " he said 
gently, leading her to a chair before the 
Areplace where huge logs burned brightly. 

I’ll go call Mrs. Hudson *' 

If the housekeeper disapproved nr was 
surprised at a midnight vLutor, she gave 
no evidence of tl when she appeared in 
the doorway 

"This Is Mrs Hud.v)n. Joan. ' he said, 
crossing to her "She even remembers the 
spanking Dad gave me *"hen he brought 
me back that time i ran away ’ Hlx glance 
rested affectionately on the seamed coun- 
tenance of the old lady. 'Miss Ma.vor 
miMed her TTianksglving dinner, but 1 
thought you might And her some turkey 
bones and good hot soup, and perhaps 



even a piece of your famous pumpkin pie. 
A little brandy Arst. I think " 

"It’s a shame you weren't here for din- 
ner " Mrs. Hudson had seen hunger before 
and read U In the girl's slrtrken coun- 
tenance. "We had all the Axlnga, but If 
you like cold turkey 1 11 have something In 
a jiffy." 

"She kept home (or Father after 
Mother died. " he explained os the house- 
keeper rustled away "And since Father 
died, .ihe’i taken care of me " 

"I remember your father. " Joan vmlled. 
‘ He seemed so big and Acrce that, day he 
came for ymt I suppose he «‘o.f worried 
Thought you were lost " 

"He sent me to military school the next 



week. He thought that I wa.« craty about 
(he stage, when It was you I was crasy 
about, with a small b<iy's devotion " 

Joan Hushed at his frankness, snuggled 
down In the big chair, her eyes raised to 
his 'I don't think 1 ever knew your name 
except Joan, and when 1 grew old enough 
to follow the theatre news I wasn't able 
to And you " he grinned. 

Mr^. Hudson announced her entrance 
by a discreet cough. The man drew a small 
table toward the Are and ghe placed the 
tray on It. ”1 Axed a hot toddy for you. 
Miss, and Mr. Robert don’t ever refuse 
one '■ 

Robenl Joan drived deep Into ihe past 
Bobble, that was what they bad called 



dlnal PBCclli traveled regularly, taking 
with him Into the air liner his famous 
white portable typewriter and composing 
his addresses with Us aid while traveling 
IMPROVFU VATICAN 

Innovations which he has InsUluted at 
the Vatlran Include av^shnwer bath, im- 
proved plumbing, a gymnasium and white 
telephones. The prjpe aiway.v dials his own 
numbers rather than have a secretary rali 
them Me always shaves with an electric 
razor and both Winter and Rummer takes 
his shower with cold water. 

Since he was cured of bronchial trouble 
by an application of Ice to the ehest — a 
proceeding which caused many of the more 
conservative minded cardinals to shake 
their heads in alarm he has consistently 
believed that colds can beat be fought by 
cold. 

The audience .1 occupy a large part of hU 
lime and last Irom Sam until 2 pm. 
Nearly every distinguished visitor to Rome 
visits the Pope for audience and many 
thousand with no claim to dUUncllou, 
also pass through the doors, guarded by 
members of Italy's noble families in the 
Imposing uniform crowned by plumed hel- 
mets 

With the audiences concluded the pope 
takes lunch alone His midday meal Is the 
main one of the day and usually consists 
of rice soup, small portions of ipagheiti 
and mhrlle meat He Is fond of vegetable^ 
particularly spinach. Hr drinks about 
half a pint of wine wUh his meal. 

DAILY eXEIUT.SE 

He takes hts dally cxercloe at 4 p m after 
a rest which usually includes a time spent 
In his aviary, where he has a number of 
canaries which he allows to fly about the 
room nr encourages to peroBIbn hU hand 
or shoulders 

FrDtnSpm to 0 pm he ts occupied with 
prayers and then from 0 pm unUl 0 pm 
hs begins an esaminatloa of eeclealastieal 
or pollUeal Issues that have been laid be- 
fore him by the cardinals Rls evening 
meal, taken at 1 pm., Is lighter than that 
at midday Before he returns to his study 
at 0 pm he spends some time in his pri- 
vate chapel at prayer* 

The Popr. a martyr to Inaomnta. tre- 
quenUy walks in the oorrYdora at night 
trying to woo sleep into the small hour* 
of the morning -yCopynght. I04t.i 



V ATICAN CITY. - Preparations have 
begun for the Catholic "Holy Year” 
in 1050 The Italian Government 
has appointed a special commis- 
sion to deal with pr\)blems ari.vlng from 
the influx Into the country of millions of 
pilgrims fruin the ends of the earth and. 
within the Vatican City, members of the 
Papal Rule are already preparing a pro- 
gram which will be probably without pre- 
cedent in any previous Jubilee. 

Every twenty-five years the Catholic 
Church sets aside one year as a Holy Year 
add the one which falls in 1950 will see 
50 saints canonized in a sehes of services 
of pomp and grandeur each one of which 
will last at least three years. The number 



Bo Ik wM Bh# had forgoiteM All the 
days hod been alike In the hospital. Rhe 
had something to be thankful for Rhe 
bad a booking, four days' pay coming on 
Sunday night 

The theatre was jaraffied for every per- 
formance. perhatM because a turkey was 
being raffled off during the last show The 
■tiMte was banked with Autumn leaves, a 
basket of golden chrysanthemums graced 
each side of the proscenium Joan forgot 
Id the exritemerrt and gala enthusiasm 
her doctor's admonition, and. danced with 
obaud^n. When the curtain rang down on 



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