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b*«n Mk««) to IU» aa appeal by 
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NO. 17— NINKI Y-FIRST YKAR 



Death Penalty 
Held Unlikely 
For Mindszenty 

Trial ()l)ser\ers Say (londucl 

•I 

Kefiiles Torhire Siijigeslion 

BUDAPEST, Feb. 4 (Reuters).— Verdicts will be an-; 
notinced Monday in fhe treason trial here of Joseph Car* 
dinal Mindszenty, Roman Catholic Prhnate of Hungary, 
and his six cevdefendants, it was thought tonight. j 

TTw irul Which beitan Thu«c»ey. ^ Mind^vnty j 

WM expected i.iel^ve Uet x^lon , I 

Ujotorroa. with the drfeodaiiU. . | 

'proaeculor and delence lawyer^ Cardmai Minduenty today te 
maJunx their Anal speeches. nounced a letter written before hU 

0O( HTS ARISE anral In which he said that if he 

Widespread belief before the trUl •^znlUed fUUt It would be be- 
that the Cardinal would be human fralUy. 



THE OLDEST DAILY ON Tilt PA< IFIC COAST*>rKTARLlSHFn IBS* 



Mt.TORIA, HRITISH UOIA AIHIA, SATI RDAY, FKBRl ARY 5, 1949 



Heaviest Snowfall in 11 Years Hits (atv rMTl 



H-YATHER rORECAST 

Victoria and \tcinliy— Clear In the morn- 
ing. orerrast thU afternoon. Light winds. 
Colder. 

Htgli Today— M 
High YmUrday 4ft. 
t.<rw Yasterda.v— IS 

Bunshlne YMtcrday— J hours, ft minutaa. 



T^^ENTY.TWO PACES 



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Thick Fog Shrouds 
Snow- Covered City 



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tenced to deaU. gave wsy WnJghl 

to doubU that this would be done, “‘crophone at the centre of ihe 
^ court, the Cardinal said he srrote 

rh. owain. 1 . .ut.n>,nu m g, 

IT'' "I ■■' «■ 1'Or.nll, from 

JQ.UO., ^ hL. public wubdr.w.l 

of hk pre-urm .luemem „ g, ^ cop.ni.rrt 

ttkt wiy ccaiIcBlon whicp mitht to 

and Toiik’' 

attributed to him would be ellhef j wishem TO REPAY 

msda^edwth penally doubtful. It 

Is < mldered. Hungary In full lor any damage 

Orwarvers brllcre that tlia Car- caused through Ulegal sale of thou- 
dinars conduct at the trlaJ. the sands of doUars received from the 
clarity with which he spoke and the United SUtca and the Vatican, 
fail that he appeared freah Thurs- 1 The CommunUtHtonlnaled Oov- 
da* night after five hours of almoaij eminent late today AnDhed ouUin- 
eor.-muuus quesUonlng. refuted sug- jing the ctiargea of treason, espionage 
g» 'lOiM that he had been tortured uid blsck-market money deaU 
or drugged. ' agaljut the Roman Catholic primate 

• He has spoken as when giving and hD alx oo-defendanU. 
his sermons." said one who knew | The sutementa of all defendanta 
him. But others who knew him ad* also were complete. ' 

Peai kes Told Pi *i/e Fund 
Nol Shared Wilh Army 









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Skidding Traffit* Hard Hit; 
Needed Rain Not Sighted 

For more than three hours last night a dense fog 
'covered Victoria like a heavy blanket, tucked its edges 
around city outskirts, and slowed traffic to a snail's pace. 

AdPlp, to downtown cnnfdjl™ wintor tn. tout t.U wu U , 
waa ■ false alarm turned in at 7 40 w 

p.m. at Quadra fitreet and Ehindora ^ 

Avenue by two 12-year-old glrla-l »*«*viesi falu alnce 

Firemen caught them, snd drove Oot^*** 

them in a car through city aireet.‘ 1 *“ 1»M '*7 Inches), 

to stress serlouaness of the aciloo ! Inches*. 1923-23 '46 9 

' The glrU were '.esred to death' 

when they saw the condlUoru' As In northern parts ol the Baan- 
through which firemen had hurled peninsula, snow was heavier at 
four pieces of heavy equipment Oolwood and Langford. 

They were warned and sent home. North of I>uncan there was lUUe 
, City Pohee Sergeant P R Wool- 

sey, commenting on dlfflculUes en- Thursday. Cum- 



countered by police cart, said 



'berland was hardest hit— three feet. 



, was the worst fog he had ever seen ! ^ reported Thuri- 

'in Victoria between Courtenay and Camp- 

I Bl-8 TROl-BLE I bell River. 

; weathermen at Oonnsle. Heights! HIGHWAY CLEAR 

said the •'smog" was due to clear The Island Highway from Victoria 
weather, low temperatures ,nd Campbell River U being kept clear 

public works department officials 

Vancouver Island Coach Lines re- 



1 porlrt th.t .U wrnrtulrt w.r. out to 

idrlrrr. wrr, "Itot crropln, .Ion," Tnn^f'T n'Kht. About lour 

I Tho BC, Elrctxlc told to, wtoVt-T'',”" *" 
ifectlng all dUtrict routes, but drtv-, A , 

f?— — .... At least two Saanich schools were 



jfectlng all district routes, but drlv 



were carry ing on "as best as pcM- , .i~ * 1 *. ^ 

. .. ^ ^ ^ closed because of the weather. The 



_ principal of Mount Newton High 

I S^nlch and Oak Bay experleticed g^hool cloaed shop wJ>en he thought 
stmi^ condlUoiu. wl^ =«iulnialt th, snow was too heary. Mount tiew 
reporting clear sklea aU night. School also called off classes. 

More snow SI'ND.AY School board offlrlals said the 

Added to the ft^g last night was schools would reopen Monday, 
ettoiu the 7A Inches of snow recorded at Near-normal conditions were being 
Winter beauty could be the liUe of thi» scene taken yesterday in the Empress Hotel gardens, the meteorological observatory. .maintained in other schools of the 
Beauty, however, hardly compensates for transportation tie-ups, fuel thoitages. school There was more in the downtown |Oreater VlcU>ria and rural Saanich 
closings and accidents that came with Victoria's heaviest snowfall in 11 years. area, and outlying sections reported district*. 

— - - - from one foot to li Inches. 



Warrants 
Issued 
J (phi ess 

' LADYSMITH. Feb 4 An esti- 
mated SftO warranta were issued dur- 
ing two-day period when Unemploy- 
ment Insurance Commission offl- 
rlals held office here ihD week, and 
40 of these were In Initial claims 
stated J Oarrlgan. Naitalmo. 

"We've got It all sDalghtened out 
!now.** he added, expressing satlafac- 
tloD over arrangements which had 
eased the tremendous Job accom- 
plished during the inlUal session 
1 Handling this week's claims were 
Mrs. A Brure, J. Wslker and H 
Bruce. Victoria, and Oeorge Bevls. 
Nanaimo. 

WILL COSTINVE 

ThD two-day serrlce will be con- 
tinued here weekly during the period 
of shutdown emergency at least, to 
serve roughly 900 penosw enga*ed tn 
logging and allied Industries in this 
area. Thera was no statement Im- 
mediately available to the total 
'sum paid out In Insurance benefits. 

Intermittent heavy snowfaita and 
sharp Dosts of the past few weeks 
have added to tha general concern 
over the prolonged shutdown Offt- 
dais claim thera ts no tmmedlata 
easement In sight If the cold wave 
continues. 

Local I.W.A. officials iivstnimental 
in obtaining the sub-office here look 
forward to a pemutoent arrange- 
ment as moat satisfactory for year- 
round convenience 



By TOM GREEN 
Colonist OlUws Correapondrnl 
OrTAWA. Feb. 4. The Canadian 
Army Is not going to share In the 
dlsirtbfttioo of the *3,000.090 prise 
money reauJtlng from the capture 
of enemy vaasels during tha war 
Only the navy and the air force 
thrrii.gh their benevolent funds will 
pnr'.icipate In the dlvlalan. National 
Defence MtnDter Brooke Claxfon 
answered MaJ.-Oen. Oeorge R 
Pesrkes. V.G., in Parliament today 
*’WU1 the minister constder mak- 
tnr a contribution from this money 
to (he army benevolent fund be- 
caiise of the fact that the army 
captured many of the bases and 
airfields from which the ab force 
a><'l the navy were able to operate?'' 
the Progresalve ConservaUvs mem- 
ber for Nanaimo asked. ^ 

"No. air; no such cunslderatlon 
will be given." Mr Claxtnn said. 

*‘AK.MY HID NOT SHARE" 
"Where does the army come Int" 
•everal other members shouted. 

Asks Province 
To Vi elcome 
New Industry 

VANCOUVER. Feb. 4 i/Pi. Mc- 
Nrely Dubose, vice-president of the 
A. uninum Company of Canada, said 
loiiay hb company does not wish to 
expand Into British Columbia un- 
Ir ^ both the |>eople and the Oov- 
ernmenl want IL 

"We do not wish tq Invest tn a 
•ouhtry where the Oovemment or 
the people may say 30 years later 
*they forced their aray In and took 
bur reaourrea',*’ he said. 

Mr. Duboae was adrtreaslng Van- 
eotiver Board of Trade on the poa- 
alblllty of hU company Investing 
$900,000,000 tn electric power and 
aluminum plants at Bute Inlet, 
about 120 mllss up-ooasL 



) *The army did not share In t^ 
IdestrucUon of any ships at sea that| 
> we know of; UieD work was on ' 
laad,** the minister rejiUed. 

C Darie Fulloo (Progressive | 
; CodservaUve, Kamloops) opened up 
the matter when he asked the min- 
ister to make a itstement 
' *The Oovemment has decided to 
'bring before Parliament a measure 
'to provide for the dlstrlbuUon of 
prise money received from the pool: 
,of prise money obtained from the! 
{Capture of enemy ships by the, 
nations of the British Common- 
wealth." Mr CUxton eUted. 'The' 
share of the total pool which will ' 
be received by Canada and payable' 
in Canada wlU be divided In the 
I proportion of U per cent to the 
navy and 32 per cent to the air 
force which, as honorable memben ' 
know, participated In (he destnic- ; 
tlon of many enemy ships. 

Following the clash In the Com- 
mons. Ocn Pearkes made plain to 
I The Dally Colonist the stand he 
win take when the bUl comes up 
for oonslderatlon. i 

"Ever since the 13th century.' 
crews of veeseU capturing enemy 
vessels In wartime have been en- 
titled to a proportion of the cargo! 
and vessels captured. 

"WHY NOT ALL?" j 

This Is known as prise money.' 
I and Is has been a recognised 
(Perquisite of the ships' crews In' 
I'War. The policy snnouneed by the I 
.minuter U a departure from sn- 
Irlent traditions; and If the money 
I U to be Uken away from the ships 
I crews and put into a benevolmt 
I fund, there U no rsaeon why the 
benevolent fuiKls of all services 
should not benefit, because, after 
all. the army captured many of the' 
.bases from which the aircraft and 
I ships operated. 

I "One has only to remember the 
African campaign and the cam- 
paigns in Northwestern Europe and 
Italy to recollect many examples of 
ico-operatlnn tmong the throe srrv- 
ilcea." 



BULLETINS 

E.XJ)hn1pS 

NEW OKLE.Y.NS. Feb. 4 
(fP ). — A B-25 bomber, be- 
lieved to have eluht men 
aboard exploded and 
crashed in l>ake Funtchar- 
train, north of here. late 
today. No survivors were 
found. 

To Sahniit Plan 

DIBLIN. Feb. 4 i Reuters).— 
The Flreaon (iovemmrnt will 
shortly submit lo The Dali pro- 
possU for Ihe nallonsllisUoo of 
all public rail, road and canal 
traniport systema, rxcepi thoae of 
the Great Northern Railway (.' 0 ^ 
It waa officially announced to- 
olghL 

!Seiv Airlift 

I.ONnoV, f>b. 4 (Reuters).— 
The Air Ministry announced to- 
night that lla new "air Ufl" to 
help SO.OM Arabs faring famine 
beeause of mip failure at Hadh- 
ranaut. In Koolhern Arabia, be 
gao today. A plane dropped 29 
Backs of grain and all containers 
af dales near the famine-ridden 
lawn of Amdin. 

Prices Force 
.Mills to (Jose 

HEATTUE. Feb. 4 Approxl- 
omUly 900 small sawmills In Wash- 
ington and Oregon have shut down 
because of Inability to operate in 
Uie fat« of rapidly falling lumber 
prices, It was said today by John M 
Christetwon, prealdent of the North- 
west Council of Lumber and Saw- 
mlU Workers (A.F1 a). 



Ask Public Aid 
On Fuel Cleanup 



If ciUsens are wUlIng to present 
evidence in court to prove they have 
suffered at the hands of dishonest 
fuel dealers, city police will pre-^ 
for conrictlons. A. J. Patton, city 
aotlcltor, stated yesterday. 

He made the statement after re- 
viewing a report outlining tnvesUga- 
jUons of fuel deliveries carried out 
iby the buslneaa and trade rommlt- 
!lee under Alderman Frank O. Mul- 
I liner. The committee's report will 
be passed on to City Council. 

"In order that the city may rv- 
jvoke ItcerKca there must have been 
a conviction fur an Infraction of 
^aume of the taws concerning the 
Itbcncea of certain trades." the com- 
'mlttec statement aald. 'This situs- 
Uon would require thst persons 
who have complaints to make should 
come forward and give evidence In 
the courts to obtain a convlctkm. 
then th« dty would be permitted 
to act. ' 

NO ALTERNATIVE 

Results of a canvass made by the 
committee showed that wood supply 
"is very bad" at present becauM 
weather condlUons had forced 
closure of Up-bland mills. 

"It Is fe)t that If wood cannot be 
supplied by dealers who have a 
ireputatlon to uphold, there ts no 
other alleTTiaUve but to buy from 
jany lourrc of supply," It was stated. 
j"lt would appear customen either 
have to take wood that Is wet snd 
|not the best grade or none at all. 
It ts a question more of supply snd 
demand." 



: The committee statement said It 
was "obvious" thst protection re- 
quired by the public "lie* in dealing 
with dealers thst are rellsble, but 
unfortunately such dealers are un- 
able to meet Uie demand, and con- 
sequeuUy the public in *sume cases 
has been forced to buy from any- 
body who can supply them with 
any kind of fuel. 

'To enforce regulations which 
would be 100 per cent protection to 
people buying fuel would be beyond 
the powers of the City Council," the 
committee advised. 

I It was suggested, that, in future. 
jclUaens should try to stock up on 
fuel during Bummer months when 
fuel Is more readily available. 

May Uonlinue 
Producing Fuel 

i VANCOUVER, Feb 4 CF) -Fuel 
producers on the Lower Mainland 
^wUl not be required to cut produc* 
'Uon of sawdust to meet power con- 
servation regulaUons, It was de- 
rided at a tneeting today of the 
Mainland Fuel Producers Associa- 
tion and British ColmnMa Electric 
I officials. 

• The producers wUl continue caps- 
clty sawdust opersUon while cutting 
down power consumption In every 
'Other way. 



Forecasts for today wefe clear 
skies In the morning, becoming over- 
cast In the afternoon, light winds 
and lower temperatures High today 
Is expected to be 28. Badly needed 
rain is not Indicated, forecast for 
Sunday calling for more snow. 

Many cart were abandoned when 
■zr.-.z- packed hills proved too much 
I Many drivers used public transpor* 

I tattoo services, and because of these 
extra paasengers. many were late 
I for work yesterday morning, 
j MOHT EINCE Isr-M 

I Weatherman William Burton said 
It was tha heaviest snowfall since 
'the Winter of 19r-28 when 19.3 
Inches were recorded. 

Last Winter only 64 Inches of 
snow were seen but during the pre- 

, 

Italy’s Future 
Tied to West 

i ROME. Feb 4 OP). — Fremter Al- 
rlde de Oasperi today said Italy haa 
Joined the* movement for political 
and economic unity of Western 
Europe because of the prejudice and 
hosUUty of Russia. 

Me said his country has emerged 
from Its isolation at tha hands of 
Fascist dictatorship and has pledged 
close coUaboratloo with Western 
European powers. 

I Oe Oasperi said Italy's westward 
lUes arc historically necesaary be- 
!eauae of the prejudice and hostility 
>of Russia in vetoing Italian sd- 
mLudon to the United NsUona. 

I "From this moment," the Premier 
said. "Italy leaves Its Isolation — a 
mnaequence of a totalitarian regime 
I —and enters the wsy of the Inde- 
pendent democracies In ■ manner 
.corresponding to the vitality and 
IrirlUsaUon of Its people." 



li|)-lslaml Woiiiaii., (Jiild 
Die Under Train Wheels 



Motorists l)i" Out (iars After Storm 



I PORT ALBHRNf Feb. 4 — Mrs 
ElUs Ray Wlegand, 43, and her four- 
year-old daughter, Marilyn Beverly, 
of this city, died under the wheels 
I of an Esqulmatt A Nanaimo south- 
bound freight train one mile north 
I of Albeml this morning. 

' The bodies were unldentlAed until 
''zit in the afternoon. Scene of the 
jtxa'kedy was a kmely spot 300 yards 
from the Albemt station known as 
KllsuksU Cipsainf. 

I Both Mr. snd Mrs. Wlegand are 
reported to have been In poor health, 
she having been ordered by doctors 
to quit work recently as s substitute 
school teacher. Her husband la un- 
employed. There is one other daugh- 
ter. Wlnons, aged 11. Tht family 
I came here from Revelstoke In Brp- 
Itember. 

I SAW CniLP RUN 

An eyewltneto to the sccldenl was 
Roy Oreen, tAll-end brskemsn of 
the 30-car train which had two looo- 
^motlvss. Green recalled that he first 
saw the woman and chUd sitting on 
the north side of the track. He said 
I tha child suddenly ran sway from 
the track, but the mother ran aftor 
her and chased her back toward# 
the train. 

Will Ahantloii 
United Front 

TORONTO, Feb. 4 CF. — Tim 
Buck Indicated tonight that the 
lAbor-Frogriaslve Party Id the nett 
I Federal election will virtually aban- 
don lie United Front poUev with 
the C.C F. 

The L PF. national leader said 
the leaders of the O.CF. "have 
moved eveo more definitely Into the 
camp of war " 



Tliey were killed under Uie ISth 
car of the train, which was hauling 
freight to Nanoose and Wellington. 
The train was puUsd by s steam 
engine and pushed by a Diesel ett- 
ftns. 

Residents are at a loss to explain 
why the woman was in the vicinity, 
which U considerable distance from 
a main road. There ts no road to 
the location, onlp a trail leading to 
the tracks. 

Coroner C. W. Pitts has ordered 
‘ an Inquest for Saturday night 

i 

liOndoners, 

' Puzzled, 

Eat Beaver 

1 LONDON, Feb. 4 (iFi.— Ever eat 
Ja beaver? Beaver's meat was on 
sale for gvitcral oonsumpUon in Loo- 
;don today. 

I It Is being offered as an off-ration 
delloacy to persons who sUU feel 
I hungry after eaUng the current 10- 
ipeoca (16 cents) sreekly rstion of 
I fresh meat. 

Beaver was on the menus of some 
resuuranu. too. and It was causing 
onnfuskm and dlsrusslon berauaa 
the beaver Is not s famlllsr besst 
Id Britain. 

A restaurant In Ludgate Circus 
had an encyicopasdla handy so 
, doubting customers could read for 
I themselves thst tH$ beaver Is a 
'fastidious creature, subsisting on 
iwstercmsi and the bark of Um beU 
'ter-tasUng trees. 

I Two minlstrlM — Food and the 
Board of Trade — were msdUng vagua 
I and Don-oocrunittal explanations as 
I to how the beaver got here. 



Increased Services Send 
Back to October'’ s All-Ti 



OTI AWA, Feb 4 CF. — A jump> 
Of seven-imths of a point In Can- 1 
adak otficlal cost-of-llvlng Index— I 
restortiiii it to the all-time hlghi 
of IMft -wa.v reported today by 
the Bureau of Btatlictles on the 
haals of December price trends. 

The rise, coming between Os- 

TOnAY’S FEATURES 



Combw 


rage M 


Cnibertasn ea Bridge 


rage 99 


tdlUrtata 


rag* 4 


Ylaarwe 


Feee B 


Local News L 11 


Marine Neve 


Fag* tl 


Radio Prsgraat 


rages 11, 14 


Boriai Alary 


Fage «9 



Rporl 

•aelal 

Theatres 

YM* Tables 

Taasaavar iilsad News. 



rages II, 11 
Page • 
Page 9 
Fag* 9 



oember 1 and January 1, carried 
the Index flora 1M9 to 189 6 and 
e)lmlnat*d the drop of seven-tentlu 
of a point- the Afxt In 33 months - 
which had taken place during No- 
vember oo lower load price#. 

EEAAONAL JUMP 

The bureau Indicated that this 
latest Jump was eeasonal. li said 
more than half of tha rise was due 
to chsngfa In sarTtee rates which 
ar« adjusted only pciiodlcally br- 
cause of their characteristic atabU- 
tty. TTils group Includes soch things 
as health, personal rare, laundry 
and fuel gas. 

Foods, matn^ eggs and Indts. 
dropped again during December, 
but not sufflelenUy to offset other 
group IncreasM. 

At January 3. tbs Index waa 114 
points higher than tl was a year 
ago aod M4 par cant hJgbsr than 



Living Cost 
me lli^h | 

In August, t939. It la calculated 
on the bstfU that living costa In 
prewar I93&-39 equalled 100 
FOOD. ( lOTHlNG UP 

Tha food Index rtwa during De- 
cember from 203 0 to 3034. with 
further dacllnas In egg and fnilt 
prices acting as s partial off-aet 
to generally firmer levels for other 
foods. 

The ckHhbig Index roae from 111 ft 
ia 191 9, tha home furnishings axvi 
services fr<nn 1102 to 1070. In both 
rasas sa a result of scattered ti|- 
rreasM which affected nearly ail 
sub-groups. Fuel aod light went 
from 120.1 to 1300. while the 
rentals index remained unchanged 
at 121.7 

T?ia big advance «as In tlw 

mlacrilan^ whlrfi Hundreds o4 Victoru motorut. bad to "drg < 

fiert^ changes In health and per- ,e*»srdsy. Here, AUred Worthington. 1237 ( 
sonal care serrirca. It r*»a two bq bout -long chore. Miss Leeiqv* sstd her 1 
full paints- IrwD 1394 to 1394. mgtoa, s p atting a Aae face M whMbara, 






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II i^h Court Ponders Case 
Of China-Bound Sailor 

^ Appeal Court yestarday pondered t While there, he persuaded tha 
a legal freak when Oeorge F. Dtrector of Remlmlon fiarriraa to 
.Gregory applied for leave to aban- releaee G reen to the nwtody of the 
.don an appeal of a man who has navy. 

already gnna free. | Now Orean Is 00 a fast boat to 

The man was Lawrcnca W. Oraeo, China. 



a naval mUrrf arbo had appeared 
before Magistrate H. O. Rml In Vic- 
toria poUce court, January 17. to 
plead guilty to stealing a Quarter 
iCab Company laxl. 
i MMletrate Hall h s d sentenced 
jblm lo one year la prieon, the 
sentence allowed to the 
Olmtnal Code for theft of e car. 



relaUvas of fTrian 



^ Appeal wse dlilmed. 

Highs and lAytrs 
Of the Weather 



have pleaded not guilty. 



«m oui" slter the heeriret recorded eoowfall m eltvee yeert irroce. commanding oRiaer oc 

Oecer Street, end Msnon Leviqoe. I4A9 Vming Street, begin ***• Creaeant, was to Oi- 

•hoea were* hardly meant for the faff of m«ow Mr. Worth- ^ raertve sailing cwders lor 

^ la a conlemam la the Kagiaa' beard-growing coatee^ «Mp. ca whkh Green Is e rattng 



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2 Ftltnury 5, IMf Batlff dolanist 

Pearson Seeks Support 
For North Atlantic Pact 

OTTAWA, rti). 4 CF>.— EiMrnAi h* *AUt. "Fw aruutt prl> 

Atfalri MinltUr PurMiD tocUr told mAiily out o< the nteiulan of the 
the Commona CafutdUna ehould urul*) domixullon at revoluUoaarjr 
support the North AtUmUc flecur* CommunUoi tweed oo the massive 
Ity Pact, not piitnariljr because U and sxpandms nUlitarlam of total* 
vUl help Ihra wage war. but "be* Itartan Ruasla.” 
eauae tt irtU help them succeesfuUr Mr. Pearson 4 >uaa aasily anu 
(0 »aev peace." blunUy about dangera facing the 

The diplomat • turfled • pulltlclao. world and mwtnt of e^batUng 
In a tO*mlnute maiden speech In them. 



Opposition 

Awaiting 

n 

Legislation 



NOT “«AT1LI.IT1" 
Applause roae when he said Can* 



Alert'” to lie Sounded 
As Kodink Buttle Launched 

K odiak. Alaska, Feb. 4 (A>).— A wartime alert waa 
aeheduled to be flashed across the Aleutian chain 
tonight to meet a mock air attack expected over 
the week-end. 

. It is the opening of the “Battle of Kodiak Island.*' 
the navy’s cold-weather exercise Involving 40*odd ships 
and 18,000 men. 

The navy base here, with its 40 planes, was to be 
alerted to meet a task force steaming north with 200 
carrier-based aircraft. How many of the carrier planes 
will be uaed in the atuck haa not been disclosed. 

The manoeuvre specifies that tha defending force is 
the occupying “enemy" and the attacking units are an 
American force attempting to retake Kodiak. 

Outside of five ships which landed an amphibious 
forct of 2,000 marines here last week, the island has no 
major fleet units for Its defence and must rely on air 
cover. 



Railways Seek Iiiei’ease 
If Differenlial Removed 



ai'^WA. Pcb. 4 CP) llw rail* which cuinplHrd a long serlM of 
ways Mllrd on the Board of Traa'^- Itearlnss that began last October, 
port CemmteAlrinera today to give ibr board look the ueue under ad- 
Ihem a cumpausHUng geiwral vtMu>etiL ClUef Ctun m i aal onef M. B. 
freight-rate IncreaM U it should Archibald did not indicate when a 
derkir to remove the Rurky Moun* verdlcl would be given 
tain differential rate. Today's propoaala for new in- 

A* tlie lewrd wfwiuded hrartngi *rease* in the event of removal of 
on Ih# BritUli CuluraSla Oovern- **'• special Western rate came as 
mant's application for removal of board prepared lo rMume hear- 
th# rate, it lisard these submiaaione I'uswlay on a railway applies- 




SPECIAL CLCAKANCE 



SNUGGIES and VESTS 



flifm • kMt • • 1 1 • • 

••••Cl*** • ■ S 
B*«. T«* «*«k 



tMi*. Ate fi t* ,, ^ 



Ikm for a general M par cent 
frvighl-rait hoUt. 



The diplomat - turned • politician, world and means of e^batung will be used in the atuCk naa not oeen oiacioiea. I. The Catuoun Pacme Railway 7 J 

a to*minute maiden speeoh In them. The manoeuvre specifies that tha defending force is asked that any eilminatlon of the 

the House uaid the iniemauonal not “SATlu.iTl" ,he occupying “enemy" and the attacking units are an f't-Umea-normal mcmnuin rale be 

sltuaUon give* cause for anxiety Applause roae when he said Can- refaks Korliak accompanied by an ImmedtaU 3 per 

Tear has gripped the world ada was^lJ^T^sTieSie naUon," American force attempting cent Increase In freiglH-rste. gen- liCDOrl otflllll 

— benceforih would share not only In Outside of five ships which Undid an amphibious erally. F 

I the burdens that wars create but forct of 2,000 marines here last week, the island has no 1. The Caruidian National Rail- 1^ II 

* in the efforte that may be made to major fleet units for Its defence and must rely on air ways asked for an increase corre- F nVOr^niP 

I I Idktl prevent wart. Oanadlans would cover iponding to the loss of revenue, but 

^ ‘share the responsJbmty for decld- 1 ( did not specify a percenUge. ^11 /1 f* 

• ■ Ing how interoauonal obllgaUons r* ra a «B i I AOat'RD, lAYS WlkMKR I /k I ntllPrPfirP 

A %A^S1 ll IridV I should be met. ftl ■ FlViltP * British Oolumbls's ehlsf ^ 

He eaUUoned sgsliut undue op- Al.V'%1 IIV 1/1 1 1 1 v allV iTll>llll/VI Ci epokriur.ni-> Attomey-Oenersl Oor-' MOBCOW, Peb. 4 (Reuters). — [ 

^ Umism otsr apparent easing ofin-’ ^ ' idon Wumer —called the pro- Well-Informed eourees here said to- 

1 • ■ • lernsuonal strain and anxiety, and p I I i |a»npnF IlnAPctAn PO^J '**^**** day Ihsy beUeved kUrshal Stalin la 

■ AgYl gv Igw § igvf-g warned that it was net due to any t IJCU till \JU ▼ Cl lllllC-llI' 1./UU1 oiCU 4. Tiie railways joined In asking wUUng to take part in a four-power 

EjVSilSIillUFll *PP*a«nienl algna from Moscow. Iti 1 that. If the BtltUh Columbia appU- conference with Praaldent Truman 

was due to the positive efforts being ' OTTAWA. Feb. 4 CV ..-Private irteea. He said there will not be cation la not dlamlaitd, It be de- Prime Minister Attlee and Premier 
OTTAWA Peb 4 <y> — Oeofge ^ remove the rondlUona niemben. representing a broad action at this terred for eonalderatlon with other Henrt QueuUl*. 

rew. Progressive COnaervaUve lead- encourage surrender cfoss-aecllon of the country, placed Ineduamiat In tha general In- Thle would meet oblecUom that 



50" 



95 " 



SUBSTANDARD 



rate be 

Report Stalin 
; “"2; Favorable 
'**, To Conference 

ehlaf 



XYLONS 



45 Gauge tube, of our IMS 
linsi Good range ol 9d 19 
sues and ahsdea I 

SALE OF WOOLEN 
HOSIERY 

Panman's sUk and wwol and 
Penman's lisle. Reg. 11.00 
and $1.25 Oftv* 

SUk and wool. reg. $1.69 

for •»*»» 

Silk and wool, reg- $1.95 
and I2J5 •l.d» 



SI Gauge. 8 ubt of eur ll.lS 
bnc. Good range of Id *<it 9 

sizes arul shades • 

HOUSE COAT 

clearance 

Athwool flannel house coats 
and quilled robes. Good 
range of sises. Reg. value 
to $21.95. 



$14.95 



OTTAWA. Peb. 4 <y» — Oeorge ^ memoers. represe 

Drew. Progressive COnaervaUve lead- surrender o, 

er. suddenly stepping back Into the ‘® „ k ‘r«l«««l After rvque 

Throne-Speech debate, announced would be worse than folly, he . . . 

tonight in the Commons that hU ^ Any sign of peaceful s doorstep 

parly's aland on the North Atlantic mtentloni from Moaeow. Bpeech debate coni 

Security Pact wUl be made known 'The dpor to co-operation should the Commons, 
when the leglalatlun comee before alweya be open but not to admit 7 ^^ backbrnohen 
the House. Trojan horses." pracUcally to them 

In a speech which brought jeers^ "PLAYING POLincg?" Oovrnunent action 

from Liberal benches and loud ap-j minister ran into good- agrtcuJture. fishing. 

pUuat from hU supporters. Mr n*mred heckling when he com- And tranaporUtlon. 
Drew answered fatemal Affairs ntentad that only the Progressive' They took the flO( 



iaok Into tha Communism I I Pearson said there are no tndl- qulry Into the freight-rate structure the United SUtes is net prepared lo 

announced ^ than folly, he After request on catlona of any widespread Unpro- which the CaWnel has Instructed ths dlscum bUaterally with the Soviet 

OM that hU “W- Any sign of peaceful «m»wni s doorstep aa Ihe Throne priety In the uee of Canadian board to undertake. Union matleri of Inlerest to other 

orth Atlantic IntenUone frem Moscow. Bpeech debate conUnued quleOy In paaepofU. but offlcUla of hla de- , At the end of today'a ariument, countries In the abeence of their 

made known 'The dpor lo co-operaUon should the Commons. wnatantly on the,^ reprcMntatlvM 

u..*. w..t . .... ^ alert for caaee of misuse. • All lodaVa Russian newananara 



““ •'I* 

L 11 <™. prod- 

utd «i»porUtPn,. 

They look the noor after External i>fe„ee Minister Claaton said the 



di‘rehwrd*“h^"pr^^^^ "«»*|anny will not receive a share of the | -* | Truman's comment yeaterday that 

Tames for not meni^g the pact ^orth* A lSim LONDON. Pbb. 4 (Reuters), - h* be glad to welcome BUlIn 

Mr. Drew said that througboul p*ct ^ ^ iSITT^ nar ^ Bernard Shaw haa Inter- ^ Washington but dls^lon of the 

most of hU speech Mr. Pearson made . . . „ _ ^ ^ *' ^ vened in BrlUln'e current eontro- situation »>• 

a presenUUon of Uxe Canadian post- ^ . frtoslon mangy will go to the Navy Benevo- ,e^y over the difference In taete <»<»«• through the United Nations 

_,.w _w.-w Parliament not united In the ob-, plan no rUANOEN iMt ^rul «ne th« ramainHsr Ol* .... ....... — . mr»m nrtnUiA h» several naoers In ax- 



At the end of today's ariument, countries In the abeence of Iheu 

repreaentatlvM 

Qj w • All today's Russian newapapira 

l^liaiv JoiUH carried a Ill-word New York report 

* from the Boviei official newa agen- 

Ik I cy. Taee under the double column | 

headline; '"rruman refusea peace 
. . ^ pact between the UB B R and the 

■ /II I tiHfo united Btates.’* 

Truman's comment yeaterday that 
LONDON, peb. 4 (Reuters). — ^ welcome Stalin 

•orea Barnard fiha« ha* (ni*r. I# Washington but dlecuislon of the 




711 

YATES 

ST. 



-AAV/rSCP- 



u..n .lU. .hlch I 

Mid Mr., .nd wUl. which u,, ot m. pUrln, 

Mcry member rould be proud. j ^ 



rt .rthii”.'. I ‘■BA.'tOES I tat uid Ih. remelndn U the b,,„„ ,„.rg„i„, paiwr Shaw «• *“ 

could agrre and With whkh atoh St Tf,, ap* *h* tw r*i*»in* Other speakers Included Oeorge, 1 says he eannot tell which la which, to* IaiT* typ*- 

every member could be proud. i ,w,, new Progitaslve Coneerra-I First reading waa given a MU. Laai week. Dr. Edith BummerskUi. 

HAD GIVEN REAAON I « . . . member for the Nova Beotia "P**daored by Btanley Knowlea parliamentary secretary to the Min- Ol I f ¥ ^ 

Mr Drew said It was unfortunate 5* ««“tUuency of Dtgby- Annapolis- ! <C.<JF. Winnipeg North Centret. Pood. at ■ meeting at Ox- Nll^n 01 IFRII 

»tT» L Ihemlnlrter^lled fo Max Campbell <CCF, the *W«fa would authorlae the Oovern- ford un/refslty. ebalienged Under- 

fnund u necMaarv uj mak* a Dotui crHkUiBJ ^ BatUefords). and Victor Quelch »d*nt w "*»k® public Information graduate Colin Prestige totellths^aei 1 ff . 

n htsTJ^h Opporitlon ranks. ^eCw Acadia). obUlned In U. returns of corpora- JJferen.w blindfolded Nliahtlv Hlirt 

Mr Pearwm had given^e reason “'d Okr^a had no part In j At the House opening, Prime Min- ^ ! Bhe offered him a «n of anoek. ^ ^ 

s£:~rcrs; — 

bate on external af fake and on the ih thr»* mil** nf ih* pn**oin* «hii* .-BwcVtahi- .m k. .ku i., immediately. 



found U neewsaary to make a polUl- emanating from Opporitlon ranks, 
cal interjecOon n hU spi^h. ^ 

Mr. Pearwm had given the res^n ^ 

Why Pro«re«Uv. OonservaDves had ^ 



(6Cw Acadia). 

At the House opening. Prime Min- 
ister 8 t. Laurent said any Federal 



Victor Quflch »nrnt W "»»ke public Information graduate Colin Prestige to tell ths 
obUlned In tai returns of corpora- diffsremw blindfolded, 
ng Prime Min- ^^wns. ! she offered him a Un of anoek. 

d any Federal ^ debate. Mr. Nowlan asked Boulh African varietf of flah. If he 

ft to am*nd h*r ^ Oovemihent^ to keep United won. The lest has not been held 






North Atlantie Security Pact. I mm. . ■. .. .. 

hmld tare fron. tb. I^berl TJ*."”' “ 
benrhee, Mr. Drew MOrb: ‘I'r.'.'Sj’ 

-The, u pr^rtal, the rcMen th.. ''””* "SfJ* 

I ontta w dl«:u» . p», lh.l le 
_ . . .u. ueT... M«e.e must be d reeled to one single 

M beto« ^ 1 . ,„a_lhe „dd.„« b, erer, mSn. 

lh.t .» member he. tan "“Pl >« ,„hln ll. powef ol IhU .lomle 
OdT.mn.enl, . p.«. In IncU « e,u,,l„ph,... 



Carrs Undergo 



would be most improper to dIscuM 
un'U the minister has tabled It In 

the House.’’ Ne said the United Katlons. and Mrs. Bam Oarr was held Wed- action against monopolies. He said urges urowei 

"POSITION CLEAR" ' tlwugh U nm.it remain the baxU of nesday At Ellis Uland. U was Uamed « be neeeaaary for the Oov- p 

H« ftaln tha nai-t ahouiH be dll- ‘"Wmatlotial co-opmilon. was quite ,o^,y The official report now le emrnem to Uke acme of them over A • I 

Med with a kr^ledge of ths ds- “"•**** ths safety of any being etudied by Immigration offl.!‘n order to make them operate In Kp I vIV'PIl Al(l 

Mea wnn a xnowirage « vne oe country. The hope for peace waa btrt. Inlereil of the people, A Oov- Y k- H i Elkl 



FORCE FOR FREF.noM 



S7,.Tm2i:: Board Hearing 

if this atomic . C* 

; WABHINOTON. Feb. 4 <F), — A 
REF.noM one-day deportation hearing for Mr. 



Isald American trawlers fished Alth- J*restl(te: Injured. Martial law waa dKiared 

in three miles of the coastline while ; •'Probably you will not be able lo Itninedlatoly. » .r*> 

{Canadian trswlers. because of Ca- dUilnguish which Is which. I can- shooting Ux* plaM at 'Wi- 

nadlan Oovemment policy, were not noL Dr. E S. may ooncludc that Unlvertlty. where Bnan Mo- 

allowed to fish within 12 miles of the the marge Is ao good that you can- ^'Ammed Reia Pahlevl was taking 
coast. not (ell U from butter. , part In a celebration of the In - 

LROE 8 COA 8 T GUARD "But you have tb# alternative of »UluMon’s anniversary. 

He urged the esUblUhment of an declaring that the butter Is ao bad' Whlk entering the building M 
efficient Coast Guard service to that you cannot tell It from marge was shot at five Umss by a news- 




5 ★ 

ONLY 

THE 

FAMOUS 



look after the Maritime flshrnncn. 
Mr. Campbell urged Oovemment 



Urges Growers 



euMed with a knowledge of ths ds- 

UllS. 

Looking dlrscUy at the Liberal 
anembsnt, he said: 

"Let me tell my honorable friends 
that when the pact U before the 



to make It clear tw poMible ag- 
gressor has hope of success. 

He continued! 



i*u here interest of the people. A Oov- 

A spokesifian for the Justice De- ^mment monopoly he ar^d. aimed ! 



A spoaesman lor me justice ue- : T'. — ", "I OTTAWA. Peb 4 «CP) —Speaking ftnoeer while 

partment said he could five no In- cost ' m the Throne Bpeech debate In the •**‘^*^ 



j paper correspondent. 

I One shot went into the Bhah's 
' cheek and another into his upper 
Up. Three shots went into his hat 

I Surfaces which reflect none of the 
sun's rays appear black. Burfaces 
I which reflect all nf the sun's light 



GENERAL 



FOR 

ONLY 



DOWN 



wnviny«u. | formation of ths fxsmlnera' rscom- 

"It Is necessary to accumulate nor could he say when 



Mr. Quelch dealt extensively with commons tonight. Owen Jon#- 
trade and said North America must ic.CF. Yale* urged aaalstance fo- 






House, It Will be discussed In a way entwfh force now to preaerve fee*- 1 d^yjoo In the case would be an- trads from the ,pp„ brewers 



Utat will leave no doubt about tbs dom In oMer that ultimately free- „ounced. 

stand of my party or myself.- dom ean be preserved without fore# ^ 

And rererripi to those who were "This force must be orfanlsad In , 

jeering, he continued: such a any that it wilt gtiarantee which 

"Long before (hey were prepared that free nations cannot be de-| 
to rvcognlae that there were iniema- feated one by one. i 

Uonal problems of thu kind, my pc^ -nils U a policy that would. 1 
altlon was clear." {think, have prevented war In IFT4 



yoke of the American dollar short- : He said British Columbia grower 
age. Canada and the United Btates had l«t their traditional Unite 



)i my party or myaeii. dtclilon is msde nubllo . .. L 

referriM to those who were "This force must be orfanlsad In ^. “11 ih* rJTrr. wiu tsamr. Rumpean goods as be- Kingdom market, and that Provinr 

, hecoTunued: sueh a way that it will guarantee ^ Ing just as ccmverUbl. aa the dollar f,u it was entitled to ' speeUl con 

g before they were prepared that free nations cannot bs de*. . . .1 « trade was to reach a healthy tideratlon.*’ 






sw N«ur nweATs 






Carr, former orfanixer of the Ca- multi-lateral basis 



It was feared a prolonged abvence 




717 YATES STREET 



Uonal problems of thu kind, my po- -mi, u a policy that would 1 Oovemment. he uid. should from the BrllUh market might re- 

altlon was clear." ‘ihinh have prevented war In IFT4 ‘mUslng link In the Do- urge Uie people to buy more Euro- suit In the British Columbia grow- 

Mr Drew said he waa re-snterlng ' {n »n It la our best hope of Russian "spr In- ptan goodr Only In thla way could era having to wage a fight to get 

the debau beoause it wUl be InUr- preventing war m ths yean ahead T“..*"?**** ^ "•* 

rupted tonight to allow ths House to h i, « policy of peace." ^ hiding ,, 

-i-ri . fttusr nt th* lealsla ' t» ik- ft-u** He was charged by immlgraiton au- I ftl 



rupted tonight to allow the House to h ig ^ policy of peace." 

start Mcatosy a study of the leglsla-' jf i^e Uniled Nations overcame 



Uon providing fw Newfoundland's eujrent obstacles to sucoeas and be- ^*wUtles with Illegal entry Into the 
entry Into Confederation. cams ths potent fore# for peace, as United Btatea. 



entry into Confederation. cams ths potent fore# for peai 

[intended, ths Atlantic Pact could 
eil /^| * C ^ scrapped. 

Guerrilla Uiiet „ 

1 I\ 1 1 HALIFAX <f).- Charles Di 

I linilfrllt IIaQAI W-year-oM former cook 

XllllU^lll IXrdU |,*uing master, bellevea you 

ATH1N8, Ffb. 4 OP) -A general'?*'^" 



then be scrapped. PHONE BY 8 TEM 8 

I There are C.OIXI independent tele- 
TAKEk UP CORBLINO AT *1 jphone systems In the United States, 
HALIFAX <f).- Charles Dsuph- oervlng over ll.OOO etttee and towns. 
Inee. W-year-oM former cook and operating one out ol every five 
saUlng master, bellevea you are ^Jm^ga SUtes pho'nea. 



sun spokesman said tonight Com- 
munist OuerrtUa cniefUln M*rk«w 

Vaftadcs U believed to have been »_hof , impairing just *o keep bty^ 



executed by the rebels for havini 
failed to conquer Oreecs 
Tl)s uifterground radio of the 
fuerrtllM announced this morning 
that Vafiades haa been "seiimisly 
lU" for several months and unable 
to earry out "the Important lasts 
assigned him." 



Uonal Training Oentre her* to leam' l.NOtSTRY 

shoe repairing- just to keep busy' About 90.000 psraonfc Including 
cooking was too Urvoome for hts both fuU Ume and seaaonal, ars em- 
wrary legs iployed in Canada's Ashing industry. 




ri| . IT C NEW YORK. Feb s OP) -tneresd- [drops of recent days are causing 

A JOWri to Us^e I Ingly sharpdecllnsa In United SUtes some of them to wonder whether a 

; commodity pricks In recent days arc sharper adjustment may not be at 
yn ^ y |7 e | 1 causing seoaoCnls prophsu te Uke hand. 

I r I [another look at Ihctr forecasts. | Ths Associated Ptsm commodity 

CaW A 1 Itlt j If ms atmivereary of hut index of U weighted wholesale prices 

WASHINGTON. Feb 4 vft _ Her- fear's big break In (^modify pflees. (Jropped yesterday to 119 40^ lowest 
bert John Burfeian, long-time em- ahd allhough deeline* this year have since February U. 1941. represent- 
ployes ol the prewar American gradual, they appear to ing a decline of lU Ih one week 

KmbaMv In Berlin was ftown hack ke gaining momentum and aft being and more than seven points In a 
to the United SUtM In an army »*tched closely by all bualnesa lead- month 

plane to face charfu of treason. ^ ^ future. [ The Dunn and Bradstreet whois- 

Apparentty daaed and bewildered eeonnmisu and buainsas food price index, repreaeniing 

by the first sight of hts native isnd *4 the Um of ins year prt- the total wholsaals eost of a pound 

In many years Burgman appeared <h®Ud 1949 would bs a yesr of geft- N eaeh of it foods hi general use. 
before ths United Btates commU- 4fkl bUilnMi ac41vtty ofUy lltghUy dropped thU) Peek to 9IJ9-lewasi 
gloncr. [below 1949 jslnee ths end of price eontrol In 

Btnec be had bo lawyer. Burg-' the eommodrty friee ostebe r. 1941. 

maa 9$. ^ •”4*' ajiiMiiitiiiniiiiiiiiiiiitiiHiiiiriiMiiifiimTMiiniiiiMimtiiiititiiiiiiiMliiinfiii 

a plea to the charge of Uraaon. a 
tMUwd on tha Justice Department S 

accusation that ha vohmUrUy re- E f a f J i J f 

malned In Germany during Ihe | J USt IvCCCtVPHl 

World War. broadcast Osrman B 
propaganda, and "gave aid and 

comfort to ths enemy." A LIMITED sumr OF 

Burgman. a native of Hokah, 
kllnn, was fbr $0 yean <1931-411 ^ 

chief clerk and sUUstlcUn tor the I Wt%# 

Untied BUlee military atuche to v Cl V ^v^l9lll9 

the Berlin embassy He was mar- ^ 

tied IB Germany and has a gmwb AND 

son then ¥ 



Declining Prices in U,S. 
Stir Economic Prophets 



|■0R PRECISION TIME .^^D 
SMART STVUNO. CHOOSE A 

O R U E N 

F. W\ Francis Ltd. 



OPENING TODAY 

SATURDAY, FEB. 5th 

Th. HOUSE of DODMAN 

Exclusive TAILORED TO MEASURE CLOTHING 
for LADIES and GENTLEMEN 



DIAMOND MERCHANTS 



mo BROAD STREET 



118-19 STOBART BUILDING 



YATES STREET 



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Just Received! 



LIMITED SUFFLY OF 





iMMa nar axrt sect m 




DPIVFWAY5 

nil ETf 

EmpiRE uiono (0 



Lavatory Basins 

AND 

Compact Toilets 







• ONeee 



TSft, OW Ow« b a froo* ferawit 
wSik fafkon and tern okba . . . ko- 
eotoe ikwe'ft no oiker lokessa jMf 
lbs OM OiMn lor doydn, dey-oet 
laaoWngl ttsw- b a m lng . . . wUk e 
Irodi, cool dovov t ak Ih evm. Try e 
packafs before enorbsr doy dipi bp 



ihveyvfood.il 



DVLIVBIIXD PROMPTLY 

-Si-M per 



OLD CHUM 



The opening of thh Houfte kpellk the very latent and nioet 
exclusive tailoring and dreMfng of ladlea and gentlemen in 
Weatern CAnada, and will give the public of Vancouver Uland 
a eemire which they have not previouely experienced. 

You have the benefit of fitting and drenalng ex|»erience from 
Bond Htfeet, l..ondaOft England, and have the guarantee of 
thu Houfle that you will be rorreetly fitted and drephed In the 
very amarteel and latent atyle* to auil you. 

The personal aer>ire of Mr. George Dodman la given to every 
rlirnt. 

Our motto I ‘*£xrluflive DreoRing of Exrluaive DreMieni.** 

The puffhaaera of exery ault ordered on 0|>ening day will 
receive a lyeantlful pair of atoektng» to Udlra and a lovely 
ahirt to blend with the buIi for gentlemen. For every to|»roat 
ordered a pair of glovea. 




t 



f^i w I ^Awflit Sled 

Ihe Local Scene to Rebuild 

I 

With Additionai Uiitrict Newi on Pag# tl J Will C 

d»r Mnn^ rerryaiips 



J£\ff Bstlg (SoUmt«t 



Sat«r4#y, Fthraary S. IMf 



Cit y W calher Convinces Man - , ^ 

w r» rwi f 'I M M t WV’ M “*o^*>**’ tot 6#AiUch. call«l oA 

jail term Just w hat tie tf ants wart. mnui« * c c«« ,«i« 

^ ^ • <Uy to UTf« qulclt eomptettoo ot re- 

Vlctorta’a weather U driving people to jail. ^ “*■' ®“r *«rry «™> 

A 30-day term In Oakalla piiaon la )uat what George H r#prt.em*u^ 

Lamboume. elderly Victoria man. wanted yealerday. Oomi Ferrtn lw . which oper#ie# 

Appearing In city police court on a charge of theft of the (#mr under provincial oovem- 
four bottles of vanilla extract from the T Eaton Co. Ltd.. wbudy hwi i^jwaiencrf to 
lAmbourne smiled as he pleaded guilty before Magistrate MaiLand 
H- C. Hall. The ferry wa* ordered to c««v#e 

After stating that he stole the goods for a purpose, the operation •aruer oui year b#cau« 



Alec Wllbey. local rcprMeniaUv# 
of Ooaat Perries Ltd . which oprraiM 



accused said: 



the tllp# were unsafe and must be 



want to go to Oakalla prison, your honor. You don’t n would uke 

think 1 want to walk the streets In this weather, not a man Kbout a month anil # half to rebuild 

mv aee " terminals after tnateiials arrive 

^ * , — — Steel for the Job. on which clelJvert 

AH imil#*. Umboume then o-l ^ bee,, promised for Pebruary. 

plained that he had no bed and ’ ftllS^ctinn ^ received 

nolhInK to eat He said he told the 1 Olla y & roVTIVI EK PKr.KSINO 

detectives who srMsted him "to- , 

nuk' s rase of U " — Answer #n Psgs 4 VIr Carson said hi# department 

"Thirty dsys," said MsflstrsU What, In XnflUh. are Ooleoptera. would continue to press for delivery 
Rail Dlpi«a and Lepldoptermf so the work can be coropH^. 

•TTiank you, your bon<»r." replied -- ** pointed out thel the Oov- 

f..mh.,..rr.w x h» w.ik^d back to ertimeni U paying the ferry com- 



(Aty Bus Runs (her Lefis 
Of Boy; iV« Break Results 

S IXTEEN-YEAR-OLD Lawrence Allan Gill, Belcara 
Court. Government Street, believes in miracles. 
At 9 :30 a.m. yesterday, a B.C. Electric bus. weighing 
nine tons, passed over both Gill's legs without as much 
as causing a fracture. ^ 

City police said the boy was crossing Yates Street 
from nprth to aouth when he fell under the wheels of 
the bus driven by Harold Hanson, 190S Mayfair Drive. 
The bus ran over his legs below the knees, police said. 

Taken to Royal jubile Hospital by Constables 
Richard Berry and Reginald Churcher. an X-ray showed 
no fractures. His doctor said he will be retained for a 
few days under obsirvation. 

Police believe the thick snow cushioned the impact 
of the wheels of the bus. Also attending for police was 
Constable Napoleon Bouchard. 



Magislrale's Report Not on Record, 
Court Halts Appeal, Asks Explanation 

Eleclarmg that eenunemg two , enU-Jewlsh fteilns during the. "HI have to have mi adjuumment/' 
Uitiers to three year* m pruon' trial, and sal^ few of the magU- HI have to send to London. *ng- 
for kma<hins alndow# wae an ’ ab- Lraies statemenu in the report land, for the records," Mr Martin 
solute, dttbollcsl dttgrace." Crown were barked by evidence produced complained. It may uke two 
Coun^l Csrew Martin. ICC., caused at the trial. months " 

a mlncv sensation U> Appeal Court *^eM men jOft loet their heads "There's no use getUng annoysd 
ymterday for s few minutes." Mr Platter de- about IL you know." Chief Justice 

W'hen Chief Justice Gordon McO dared. Sloan cautluned 

Bloan asked. "Ttie Crown Is not "Even if the statements in the "Well. aeJl. I know my rode," 
uppiaiiig reduction of sentence, Mr tnagutrate'i report are allowed Mr. Martin retorted 
Martin?" he reiorted. 'does It sUll seem extreme?" Mr U was then that he was told he 

"No. no. Im speakusg for U." i Justice C. H. O'HaUoran asked him. . did. hot have to pre«s the record. 
The loggers. Joim Toimie. 36 STILL HEVEKC and declared that "to pul these men 

and WiUum Rambo, ». pleaded ^ sanlence aeems eevm ^ for three year* seems to 

guUty to smashing ,veo then. Mr Plsher replied ‘bMjluie. dlabollral du- 

dows worth SIAM to 12^ Slating that be had known many K'**" 

ary 4. ^ caaai In Vancouver. There was never a Word of 

Magistrate W W B Mrinais in gnown a case before whether Uve wuidnws were insured. 

Vancouver police court. deUberalely anti- Jewish feel- It may be a loss to nobody," he 

poned the appeal unUl- ppoperly?" Mr Jusuce FAtORK KtUK TION 

Meinnes sends a report explaining /-.u_n ... k. 



Ta#IqV^C f^llPWtinn I ^ 0.,v f,*sa« H\ ^ r*Vorl, PUiier said, adding speaking in favor of s reducUon of 

I o(iay s tjuesiion r„sTm ts rKr.»»iNo Kesident llere lor rl Years “ 

Artswer an Psgs 4 I VIr Carson said hi# deparimeni i ' ^ p^, Chinese eetabliAhmeiiu After a lengthy adjournmeni. 

What, in Ingltah, ar,: Ooleoptera. would cociiinue to preas f« delivery O ^11^ ’A1 /pfgs TpmnPrtlf IIFP duced by counsel lor the loggers Chief Justice Sloan declarwl the 

Dlpiata and Lepldoplera? » thd work can be completed. ilCCaJlS V J- ^“lU 1 clllliCl alill C stw k nsprvRT if there was such a variation beiaeen the transcript of 

It was pointed out that the Oov I MAGIHTRATXh Re.rtiKi discussion ll makes It a m^rr the trial and live report sent them 

. , , emmeni Is paying the ferry co»* Remember back m 1901, M years got so cold. aero, that a Iriend and The magUtraies report Mid the g^rtous offence" hv the magistrate "has given ua 

municipal engmeerlng department Incurred during the I vrre compelled to put up at the P**f talking politics in he said, none of that hau •rrtous eoncem " 

has attached a four-foot blade for p^,od it u withdrawn from sendee x-mDeraiuiea in Victoria dropped Loewen House on the Gorge fw**" “when the dlKUMion been dl»ru^aed at the trial and prom the uncerUfled transcript of 

use as a snowplough. On the other hand, the company Is ^ Ro»d for Ihe nlghi. * violent ^'J-semnic pp, , cr.minaJ offence trUI. he pointed out, the dam- 

,.. 1 . 1 . At ‘.w- « .1 ... I. afttVii^MOrn ^ snH lh*« Hiu-lrioH in llfl snnvthlns ■>. ... . ... _ 



CI-EAN ninntALKK _ 

,||| the tnierest of safety. le- ...... ... lUble if'the ferry Is wiUidrawn ' . ” . ^ . ‘nur >nri Mi«»h >..t muz-s 

.# ih« A 8. O Musgrave, rounicipai en- Auiomobtles were few and lar horse and weigh got stuck 

3rr pallre department vesterdsy "‘•bt the machine * ^ jhe delegation between In thoae daya. Peopi, m the srww 00 t^ . Gorge wta^^ 

arxed all dtisens to rlean .now has been orf great use as a sidewalk -^i^^ay were Oswald New. repre- traveled by horse-drawn vehicles Cemerons mill U today. 

and lee off the sidewalks in froat scraper He said the shopping dls- company. Claude Butler, and sleighs. "The next day we eonUnued our 

of iheir homes and places of trlcl and areas the responsibility of Chamber of Commerce; r h Pooley. 71. of 1183 Old Lsqui- b> Victoria 



Mcrnnro oo..uo . O Halloran asked Then he told ihe Court he was 

ahy five suiewnu In his Pl^iier said, adding speaking in favor of a reducUon of 

Ui the Apiieal 0 appe 1 bad included several Uie senienre 

Af.c- . «Uoan.™n., 

ducod b, coun-sbl lor ih. lo,,«. , “r., 'Z'" 

arroA-esru nswcbirT , Iwrdshlp that If there was such a vaiiation beiaeen the transcrlpi of 
MAGIHTRA-IXh discussion 11 makes It a mw the trial and Uie report sent them 

Th. mMUtx.r., rrport uld the „rtou. oBrnc. ” 0 , u,, ■ h« ,lr,n u. 



lAmhoume as he walked back to . *>4 . "noieni U paying the ferry com- Remember back m 1901, M years got so cold. aero, that a Iriend and xne maguiraies mw w gerious offence " by the maglstn 

the cell block laughing munkrlpaJ engmeerlng department Incurred during the I were compelled to put up at the !>•**■ bad bew talking iwliUcs in be said, none of that hau serious concern ” 



Our hoiae and Weigh got stuck ^ ^ •"nothing be pul un- age might have occurred "from 

the snow on the. Gorge where * bond to pay off the damages exuberance and alrohol." 

merons mill U today went to (»n tif Has- »i gw a month But •,he report of the magistrate 

Th, nnt d., w, ronunu,d our .!! O'HAU-f*" '-'“‘"i • puu , mo.r MnlMw «p«'l on U>» 



the munklpellly were scraped ?*** 'c*indr T Lee •erreurv of the 8ii1- malt Road a nailve ot Victoria. wlu> "Vea thei waa ■ mighiy cold tlw «treet 



"Tile next day we -eonUnued our and heaved mrk\ . ir^adiru a puu 

I rlD to Victoria buslnra^e* and heaved rocks dellbemtrly -pae • 

- ^ ^ rhrwugh windows on both .Mde* of ...niavhed windows dur- He 



iBtspeclar Blackstoek said ley terday. 

•Idewalks have been lb* cause of Workmen who have operated the 
eeveral tnMrles U pedestrlaas in machine towing grass cutters on 



reeeeit weeks He eipIMned that 
a aectUB W th* HtreeU TrafBr 
and ftegwlaltao lly-lasw rul*« 
that Wd< paiki mast be kept clear. 

He pralaed th* week af eJUs*M 
wb* have eensiatently aherefed 
oo*w and lee off Iheir sidewalks. 



“roay. Chamber of Commerce. 

Workmen who have operated the — — ^ 

machine towing grass cutters on 

balmy sunny days said they hardly K __ 

expected to use ll a* a Brwnrplouifa. X 1 1 A I / ft 

8 • # 

H. Braised th* work W wtiaena W-AN FEBTIVALg I > as * a a a ,rs »• Creation." War ' • parucujar COIOT OT hair, and con. 

.b. b... '.hoTcM Dram. I«.U,.U «U b. h,ld «r. I riSOtWr \|„^l I* **T -JL 'rmTuaW mmd ^ 

»aw m»l I., .« Ibri. Mrwalka rlIWUm Imm Umrh W tt, April 1,. , . IVleinberSlllI) T ", 

• • • ianrt at oniirtacia* « .nru V and 1 I ft I* ^ j. » h *■ saj V/ a ajs sa |g .j-bc 40-mlnute production was O'bberwlely. wnd termed thops, u puU a different complexion 

NEW P08TINO 1 ^ shown by D Rraser McRae. Vancou- them . defltme menwre to w>-onll" 

Robert J.MacQuald. former Amer- ^ Duncan and Na- ^ Of (^luirpll the M.)ody clety." When Mr Martin began his sU< - 

lean vlce-connil In Vlctorta, has'"J^“ “ uuncan \ J|||f|^|l Bible InsUtule In Western Canada OBJMT 8 TO KKPOKT meni. he declared 

hern posted to the same poaltlon at. . • . ^*^ 4 *^*^ wv w McRae Ui now showing an- Alex Pishet couiim>I for the log- "We must take these loggers (or 

the American Conaulat* in Mont-, aiTrSUhHX YEAR ' nsklfLlAsl iother msUtute film enUtled Voire K^rs- ■»bjeeted to the magistrale. ahai they are They do--: -me t« 

real Pau/W kteyer American Oon- ' , appeal hU eonrirUon tn llcgS 1.,* Olll/ 10 Cl « [of the Deep" to high school student* report, deciariiig that "certain m- victoria becauf* ifa not bright 

au; here, announced yesterday. ^ organiaailons of Bi. Aldan’s OolumbU Court of Ap^el? | Greater Victoria area A» formation was either given to :h* enough for them " 

Mr. MrQuald was on duty for Church showed s aucce*sful| The Appeal Court heard j^stej- Membership has more than dou- j|.,iKterday's Uona Club meeting he magistrate before court or after Then he was Interrupted by Chief 

BW' t« than a year at the consulate ** reported st the day from George F. Gregory. Crown bled in the laat three year*, aiu) con- introduced by Dr Harold Tur- seiiicnre ' that was not offered s' JasUce Sloan who s^ked him If h«* 

on Ihe third floor of the Belmont 1 counsel, that ^h Do^nlon ai^ iribullons to the nilatlonary sndjner. chairman of the program com- the trial wa.v not going to prove the criminal 



llvei today withm 70 feet of tlvr spot night." 
where be was' bom, recalled the Mr : 
Winter clearly. general 

“Yet.” he said. "It tsnt cold yet I®**. 
Why. back In *01 I was driving into 
town along the Gorge Road, and It 



The magUirato auded that 'hey M»ai with the army the magistrate j»eni another report 

had told aiTcstihg officers i^y Th„, be added explaining the basis for five sUtc* 

•wanted to raise hell and that Rut If these people come (0 town menu In his orlgina) report that did 
they had no use for Jews, adding ^nd make up their minds that they not appear in the transcript of the 
that they would be "better off In don’t like people of a particular trial. 

;JaU" and "this ought to be good nationality, a particular religion or 



sioirn end .miavhcd windows dur- He then declared the appeal 
Ing the war to est«f»e guing over- would have to be stood over until 



Mr Puolcy u a formet attonie>- had told arrcstihg officers they 
general of BntUh Columbia. 1828- "wanted to raise hell' and that 



CLI B BP.F.K FILM 



(UATEltbFVL YEAR 



Membership 
Of Oiureli 
Has Doubled 



The film "God of Creation." wa# tor three year*" 



a particular color of hair, and con- 



shown to the Lions Club yesterday Yir went on to »ay they were uder It their duty to society to go 
at the Bmpreae Hotel. "sober, in an ugly frame of mind out and destroy their houses and 

The 40-mlnute production wa* ecled deliberately-" and termed shops. U puU a different complexion 
shown by D Fraser McRae. Vancou- 'hem a defltilt* menace to so- on li - 
ver. representative of the Moody clety." When Mr Martin began hi* Bta< - 

Bible IruUtule In Western Canada OBJM'TB TO RKPOKT ment. he declared 

Mr McRae is now showing an- Alex PUhei counsel for the log- "We must take these loggers for 
iother institute fUm enUtled Voire gers. objected to the magistrate, what they are They do--’: -r->me tr 
[of the Deep" to high school St udenu report, deciafiiig that "certain m- Victoria becauA« itY not bright 
of the Greater Victoria area. A» formation was either given to :he enough for them" 



•Mc 

FEBRUARY Sth 
Clear ind Cold 
Northeast Gale In A M. 
Mini V. 



Membership has more than dou- j|.,iKterday's Uona Club meeting he magistrate before court or after Then he was Interrupted by Chief ft Wig 

ted in the last three Tear*, and con- u.....st.4 -niv. AMti *' PHrI M*Ma n.\t ^ . a. ^ ^ *.. . ■_ 1 



xao BAY STWtCT 



Building He left (or Montreal by Improvemenu were Provincial autborlUe* had refused malntenanc* fund nearly trebled, U| 0 utte«. 

made to the church hall to accom- to pay (or pasuge to court of Ron- wras announced at the annual meet- . ' 

• • , ! modate the growing Sunday school, aid Parsons, convicted and sen- mg of the Centennial United 

POLK.'E NAME OFFIf EES 'During the pAet T^er a new kitchen tenced to two years' imprisonment Church. 

Aft. Manley T. Halmes ha* keen wa* added. for eacaplng from the R.CM.P. j Thg financial statement showed ap- ' 

r*-eleeted president *f Victoria • . • | guardroom where he Is still In cue- proxlmaiely 112.000 had been raised| 

PeUce Mutual Beneflt Asaw'lattoo. CANCEL MEETING Wdy. for all purpoee* Of this amount 

r>et.-8ft. Henry F. Jarrls wa* Breeders' meeting Gregory also declared that. 13.000 was for mlssinnarr and chart-, 

asmed flrst vlee- president, and j^heduled for todav has been can- , >*»«ons was awaiting notice that his Uble purpose* 

CensUble Napolesn Boorhard j ^je to the wither The meet- »PP4»‘ granted and I B, Gordon. R R, Bennett. A 

second rlee-presidewi. ij ^ March 12 that the prisoner refused to deal Blakely, O Hlnrh. J Paul. O A 

Re-elerted to Ihe pssUton #f . • • «uh the Crown counsel who would Btanbrook. 8 Swemam. and O R 

eeerrtory wa* Delertive David WEATHER HITA FE8TIVAL 0PP<»« hls appeal. Tucker were elected to the board of 

Itonaldsoa. and Juvenile OBleer ^ w . - . "What do we do?" asked Chief stewards 

Arthur Rudge wa* re-eleetod The two-day school Spring ^1 - 1 , w q aioan Elected to siwsion were T 8 Beres- 

Ireaaurrr. Appointed as auditors | vaJ that waa to have been held iMt ai f-rrs-rii *i-Tin»e ' ford. H Decker. C. M Forster. K M 

were hgt. ( harlea Webb and Can- night and tonight has been canceled 8LOGERT8 At TION MarKay and C W Thomas 

Vtobi* Brian fergiMii. 'owing to weather conditions The Re directed Mr Gregory to write conference and pres- 

Magieirai* H < Hsti and Chief I concert is now set for Wednesday t© the RCMP at Whitehorse teU- ^ j g! 

John A. .Mcl.cllan were elected I and Thursday evening of next week mg them to leU Parsons that hls g^resford. Alternate* named were 
honMwry prcvldenu. • • • ’ leave W appeal will be heard at the ^ g Butler and J Alton. • \J 

ssav rasKiiissiT * .MEETING tome ilme^as Ms appeal against Appoimeff to the welcoming com- V 

yv.wT •flurt W bank* mada toi McNeeley DuBow. rice-presldenl mittee were W R. Ashford. D. WU- 

af!-,S iJ^tertieT^th^Preid^'o' »»»♦ Aluminum Company of Can- There wa. no Umnedlaie emwer and Mrs J, McKcnale. « 

art - 11 ^ an interview with Presl- .. 4 . 4 —. - ...iTfia,. ♦>»• on how the man would get to court. r>ht#f itah»r and hook steward U ■ 



He Mid there was no reference to record of one of the loffxers. 



08S3I 

iMi a> - 



eecsnd vtee-preMdenl. I ^ ^ „ 

Re-elected to the psaitton ot • • • 

r''^" WKATHKH HIT* FEHTIVAL 

Donaldaoa. and Juvenile oneer 

Arthur Rudge was re-eleeted The two-day school Spring ^1- 
tremaurer. Appolnied as auditors | Wial was to have been held last 
were hgt. < hartei Webb and Cen- nMfht and tonight has been canceled 
stable Brian fergiMii. 'owing to weather conditions The 



honorary prevldenta. 

MAY hEE niLhlDEMT 




FEBRUARY 



SALE 



of the UB. Conference of Mayors. 1 Chamber of Commerce have been In- 
A letter from Mr Betters wss (or-t»*tod to attend thU meeting, and U 



i ft Trvi^n « CawMan mavora «»a. *U1 address a meeUng of the Chief usher and book steward U 

Mirnl^TuIt Club Monday at noon at BrlUah Columbia prisoners are sent ^ « n©tcher. and the recording^ 

ray^^ wllSnJSi, 1 the Emgrmt Hotel, He will speak J™*” OokolU Prl^.' Vancouver, at steward Is Paul Naflel 
nr si^rch 91 t 4 i n > 4 > 4 Ar,rriin. oo 'Powcr and Aluminum In BC“ (Government expense. 

D-C. March 21 to 2S. according to vi.. 4 ».. 4 . “ft'4 • peculiar slluaUon when s ■ yv i* • 

Good Condition, 

yr*ierday by George 8. Mooney.. Col. J. N Olbwm. Canadian dub J‘“tlee Sloan obeerred. i ii 

aseculJee director of the Canadian I tocreiary. at Empire 3W8 i^- — 

FederaUon of Mayors and Muni-, • • • ww; ■ ^ 

Tr. )^eatherman Pleases (.arson 

•uggeNtlon that machinery was put {milkman to the draw yealerday. >''*¥¥ I Mainland roads are In good eon- 1 

ta motion to secure Canadian cording m a dty police report. r|ow liniflPP dltlon despite the frosty weather ofl 

■nayora Uto opportunity of meeUng ^ „„ Blan*hard VFlE«Aij^V the last few weeks. Works Minister^ 

Frmlitont "^man Bireei reported that a 110 bill left In; ^ /‘i*. I? 1 EC Carson reported yesterday onl 

etatod ^ ^ i l|| f |t^ W llpl hls return to Vletorta 1 

lYwUden Tnunan wouW appey V/II VAiy 1 UCl 

mavor* Follee advlM agalrsl placing too weatherman aeenu to have **• occurs when roads | 

• , much money in milk bottles because . ; _ . ^ ^ are subjected to alternate freexlng 



•waron *1 w «. arrormnc » — ' “It'S a pecuUar SlluaUon when s 

Paul V. Betters. eeecuUve director I All members of the Victoria anneal but can't 

ef the UB. Conference of Mayors. iCTiamber of Commerce have been In- . ,, ^ neither Govern 

* Wur troa. Mr B.u,n .i. tor. I -it«l to .ttorul thU ..ul If 

«rdrt to M.,or ftro, E o«r,. ' lotormtod .r. ..trod to «> >"'"™ ' “o^Tor^rv.^^ 

jioionU, b, Ooorvo S. Moon*,. i Cot. J. N oltMon. c^nadUn Club 

escculJee director of the Canadian I «w«YUry. at Empire 3«8 ij— — 

FederaUon of Mayors and Muni-, • • • wwt; i 

T"“'‘ „ MILE ExrENdiv. Beatnermaii 

It was on Mayor Oeorgea original An early morning thief beat the 
•uggeNtlon that machinery waa put I milkman to the draw yesterday, ar- ww J 

ta motion to secure Canadian fording to a dty police report. |-|ow IwrilnOP 

■nayora Ihe opportunity of meeUng ^ „„ Blan*hard 

Frealitont "^man _ Street reported that a IIO blU left in; 1 

in hla l^r. Mr Betters atotod , back porch had I l|Y I if V t |]Pl 

President Tnunan would appear at . rtolen xyll VillrY ^ 14 v. 1 

ihc eonfercivce of United States | ... * 

-EOT. weatherman seem, to have 

. . . m«ch money in mUk bottles because 



President Tnunan would appear at 
ihc eonfercivce of United States 
mayors 



Weatherman 
Has Grudge 
On City Fuel 

'nve weathermen seems to have 



VALUE PLUS QUALITY IN 

DINETTE 

and DINING-ROOM 

SUITES 







IMPROVEMENTK tP 
Taxahl* Improvement* In Saaji- 
Ivk ua the 1949 amMamvni rdl 
aosuunt to IIA998.CI3 eomparod 
with IU344.899 In 190, socording 
to IgnTOT relvaoed ytuterday by 
(••rSen Hayward, bead of ik* 
•nunlrtpaJIty’s tas departaaenL 
Mr. Hayward said taxaM* land 
*a»*«eU to |4.tT7.7M thto year m 
sgBiMt H.9M.993 lad year. Im- 
grovemento are tatod U per oeat 
and lasto IM p«e cent. Exemp- 
tton on Improvrmento thl* year 



b.tb.auu«_ _ _ , 



I A mMlni al Ui. VMWrI. 8„a, ,„4 «p„.Ui|l, -*«“•“< ^ 



DRAPERY 

SPECIALS 



IaU»ir«u« rayo* Mn*i( tm4' t* 
hang, abvvr sod a*fi and rtfaot 
oarffCMy «S tnv by ]<« vard*. 



years ago when damage amounted 



'2.29 



,«n b. h.M on W,dn«d.r At 1 pm impa.,,bNi. “ °f_ d°Ubm- «■» 



Van SIvke Heads 
Britannia Branch 



Mr. Hayward aald UxaMe land ,«*ak on 

^ trucks for the city'^ 

agaJfirt H.9M.993 last year. Im- •tock of eoal. wood and saw- 

grovemento are tat*d U per Mat * * ' |di»t are apparenUy almort tra- 

and 199 p«e cent Exemp- INDUCTION FRIDAY mobilised until straets are cleared 

tton on Improvrmento this year Induction of Canoo R WUUs C'.for traffic 

amount to f3.iM.tn, sad eu laad f vicar of 81- Mark's Church, will take 171* altuaUon on the Mainland Is 
9M A99A I place on Friday at 7:30 pm Preach- 'p;i critical, local dealers say. that 

Cwrreai tax eollerlton* paid la Igr win be Dean Calvert. ione Vancouver sawdust supplier has 

advane* thla year amownt to |7I.- • • ■ been In Victoria this week trying to 

in, whtob la |l4.iM more lhaa POATFONE VlfllT 'dispose of a sawdust burner which 

to the -crmpoadlag period to ^ |to lying Idle to hls premlee. there 

... vmt the CJ4. exploriem plant on' At last report there wwe no takers 

WATCH ROOFS James Island yeatorday were can- 

City Building Inapector J. W. celled due to unfavorable weather 

Ooatorink yeatorday urfed ownan and road eondlltoeta A. J. Ctowle V onnrklivsxr rilC'nilfsx 

af buUdinge to remove wet snow j tn charge ef the arrangemenU. said v ctlll.lfllTLl i/l^pUlv' 

from roof-tops to eUmlnate the 'the event would be postponed n ^ *|a 

dwvger of curing m about two week. KfingS (.OnClIlatOr 

H* said he knew of several large . j. C 

aid buUdlngs which should be r'll II I 1 Fraser, senior eonrtlia- 

glearod. Roof of the Bay Street \ nn xl^'Lp HpoH^ Uon officer, has been appointed to 
Armoury and tops of other buUd- ’ “** ‘ assist in srtttoment of a dispute 

mgs have been damaged by heavy |> •, • D- „ »L U’f City of Vancouver and 

■newfalU tn the city tn past years. |>riiannia Ifi ail( 11 ! Wie Vancouver Civic Braployeas 

• • • Federal Union. Local 38. Ihe Labor 

EFFECTIVE! ' BrItannU Branch of th* Canadian R,toUcma Board announced yea- 

Ther* are eeveral ways to free a j Legion this week alerted 4 R Van terday. 
ear h*U kj Ire and snow at city ' Slyke to head the organJeaLloD for union Is asking for Increased 

eurbs 1 1949 wages, a union shop, an increase in 

But the farttrua— puab-puU'fUD-l other officer* elected Vere; O A. the clothing allowance, three weeks 
the-mntor method— proeed useleea walton ftrwt vice-president: 4. na> holidays with pay after five years of 
to one ingenious car-drlvm' ytot«r-|j,^y meotid rioe-prmldent; W H ■•rriee. rerietoo of the seniority 

lorah« chairman of house ©om- ^ and hoU- 

AcUog with the epaed ot light, j g ehalnnan of ,***^^ requesting that the dty 

put the ear tn gear, pulled out w C Hudson, chairman Pdy M per cent of ths premiums 

ihrrtU*. jumped out and 2r memberahlp K L Leemlng. Iniuranee plan pro- 

P«Wng Zi^nTLjL: S 4 amT;,^"« 

chairman of entartalnmmt. and W 

^ * w _A_ .. T. OoUler. chafrmaa of penekme and ■“ 

down Quadra Btreei. 

• • • teamed rvgweaenUUTas to the aoot 

• lOEWAUL StmAPER eouncfl were Mr. Hmleon and F. W iNUwt 1 B t 

A email munlcIpaUy-owoed tno- jaxiea. Mere than 370 members W » ATTA?# m 

lor to Oak Bay has provwa tteatf . attended ■ Ull I A M 1 

equally useful in Winter as tn Bum- I ^emav mas e m f 

Pb„b,«4 b, - PLUaSED ROSTRIU "“T BALLS 

for btckxm «4«o,- KEPT CLEAR k J 

Irtg wwk (tw lewnmowere, the n y * a**e a «*•*#•* •* ••* eatvrto r**' 

_ - laM. mwM » Mt«ta a**atoT'« wuh* a»* i« At Your 

B Tour Home U for Sale, bet 2?, Z*’J*r ZT a^toL."7S 

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WATCH ROOFS 
City Building Inapector 4. W 



old butldlngB which should be 
glearod. Roof of the Boy Street 
Armoury and tops of other build- 
utgx have been Samagod by heavy 
■newfalU tn the city tn past years. 

EFFECTIVE! 



on the other hand, would probably 
suffer wtien tbe thaw enmea 
Mr. Careon said hd was Impreaaed 
with snow removal and sanding op- 
eratlona being carried out. siaUng 
that he had driven from Vancouver 
to Revetatoke without chains on hls 



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aid Hflaliif 

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eraastng tbouaunde are rweotv- 
tng through Christtoa Arieoca 
Her* the Bible. **8ri*ace 
end Health with K«y to 9b* 
Benptoree'* by 'Idary Baker 
Bddy — eootoiotng the eom- 
ptoto explaosUoa of Christtoa 
Seiooea ~ aod ether Christtoa 
Betofw* HteraCur* may be read, 
borrowed, or purebaaed. 

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1211 Broad Street Victoria, B-C 

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Amvmlinff the Canadian Co§i.stitulion 

W ITH the Prime Mmister's thesis thAt of more po 
Canada should be able to amend her bas induce 



W ITH the Prime Mmister's thesis that 
Canada should be able to amend her 
own constitution without reference 
to London there will be little quarrel. The 
Idea of appearing as a suppliant before the 
Westminster Parliament, even as a matter 
of form, is scarcely in keeping with modern 
thought or with tlie status of this nation. 
That the practice should have carried over 
until now. however, is Canada’s own fault. 
Nowadays London Parliaments merely 
rubber-stamp changes sought by the Do- 
minion In the British North America Act. 

In theory, therefore, the principle of self- 
amendment of the B N A. Act is admirable 
The difficulty Ilea In finding a constitu- 
tional formula that will safeguard the 
nature of the Canadian governmental sys- 
tem. While this should not be beyond the 
wit of the Dominion's best legal minds, the 
sensitivity of provinces toward assumption 



of more power by the Federal Parliament 
has induced succeeding Ottawa admini- 
strations to by-pass the issue. Some prov- 
inces look to the B.N.A, Act. as indeed they 
do to Privy Council appeals, as a protection 
against inordinate F^erai authority. 

Presumably Mr St. Laurent has In mind 
opening up the question of constitutional 
amendments. He has already declared his 
Intention of seeking abolition of Privy 
Council appeals. As he himself intimates, 
the solution of the problem “is not going to 
be easy.” It will Involve agreement between 
the provinces that comprise the federal 
system and the central government In 
Ottawa. The current history of Dominion- 
Provincial relations in this Is none too 
favorable an augury. Some day for the 
good of the country the B N.A. Act will have 
to be overhauled and brought up to date. 
Now might be as fitting a time as any to 
begin. 



City Hall Is ISot B f>r//i (hitlay 



B ack in the minds of many Victoria 
taxpayers probably is the thought that 
some day. when money goes further 
and when more pressing wants have been 
attended to, there will be time and oppor- 
tunity to build a new civic headquarters to 
replace the archaic City Hall. Like a new 
Library, a new Provincial Museum, an Art 
Gallery and .some other wanted things, it 
is one of the public buildings for which 
there will always be a need. It is a different 
thing, however, to sugge.st that $300,000 be 
spent on the existing structure during the 
current Inflationary interim. 

For one thing, money spent on repairs 
to the old building cannot be recoup^ in 
a new one. The site, as some have sug- 
ge.sted, may have become unsuitable 



through the city's fast growth and expand- 
ing retail business requirements Major 
alterations, amounting U> virtual recon- 
struction of the edifice, would hardly seem 
wise or justifiable, especially at the present 
time when public dollars bring so very tittle 
by way of a result in return. 

It would be far preferable if the City 
would attend to the Inescapable portion of 
the repairs at this time, leaving until later 
the decision as to what to do with the build- 
ing and site in a more permanent way. The 
site will always be valuable, and that value 
will enhance with succe^ing years. The 
building is old and ob.solete, and Its final 
destiny is most likely to be the wreckers’ 
hammers. Surely for a sum very much less 
than $300,000 the existing structure can be 
made reasonably secure and usable? 



Traffiv Safety Drive Should Have All Snpitort 



A PSYCHOLOGIST recently came out 
with the Idea that the "high-grade 
moron’’— whoever or whatever that 
may be — makes the best car-driver. If his 
concept is accepted It may be assumed that 
Victoria is largely populated by a race of 
low-grade performers; at least, that is the 
impression visitors are apt to take away. 
Rightly or wrongly. Victorians have Re- 
quired a reputation for being among the 
worst drivers in the country, and It is high 
time something was done to get rid of It. 
The wooUy-headed driving practices that 
have become common in the city are a 



standing joke that has ceased to be funny 
for those who live here. 

It is encouraging, therefore, to see the 
Victoria Rotary Club considering giving the 
lead in a traffic safety campaign. On all 
counts — the preservation of human safety, 
the observance of courtesies that are taken 
for granted elsewhere but are woefully lack- 
ing here, and the future of the tourist trade 
— such a campaign would have enthusiastic 
support from public and police alike Police 
can go only so far in the improvement of 
traffic conditions. A coordinated drive 
backed by the public is needed. 



Letters and Excerpts 

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MAR<iARINT 

61r,— Now that a monkejr-wrench has beer 
thrown Into the margarine iMue. l.c . color, the 
following may help In removing same. 

While vlalUng In Portland, Ore., last Summer, 
my wife and I notlr.ed they had two methods of 
putUng up margarine. 

One was In a aealed Cellophane container, with 
a small "pocket** of yellow coloring Included, 
which by working same with the hands changed 
the whole margarine Into a light yellow color. 

The other was parked In a carton with a small 
envelope containing yellow coloring enclosed. 
Both were put Into a bowl and "worked" together 
until (he destred result was obtained. 

AUSTIN R BAILEY 
616 CtLhertne Street. Victoria. B.C. 

FEEDING THE BIRDS 

Sir,- May 1 recommend to-T. C Evans the 
Idea of feeding birds above ground level? A gull 
or two will adopt you right away: but it must 
be quite a p^posltlon this wfather for the bigger 
blrdt, as well as the smaller. Curious sparrows 
wilt soon investigate, and be very glad to clesm 
up crumbs and smaller food 

t*m having fun and much Interest, using the 
top of an empty outside housekeeping box on 
window-ledge level as a bird table. 

I submit this for an Idea BuUd a ledge or 
aheir outside an upstairs window, finished with 
an altracUve edge (don’t forget to paint Iti. In 
Summer It can hold flowering plants In pots. In 
Winter, food for birds. If you live In a bungalow 
ledge could be attached to an outside wall, but 
out of reach of eats— and rats Don’t be too 
hard on the cat. U la sUll the best remedy for 
mice, and every dog won't tackle a rat. 

E. E. CARET 

60S CoUlnsQi) Etrast, VlcUM^la, B.C. 

PITCAIRN ISLAND 

Sir.— Tom Taylor’s InterusUng account of the 
old Bible that belonged to the famoua ahlp 
Bounty and found on Pitcairn Island, first 
eetUed by the muUnters, brought back memories 
of long ago. 

In the year 1 S 8 S on our homeward bpund 
voyage from New Zealand In the ship Castle 
Holm, w« hove to off the island for the ptirpoes 
of obtaining freah fruit and vegetablea. In ex* 
ahange for elolhlng from tha ship "alop'* cheat 
They had no money. We youngar mambara of 
the crew, our mlnda filled with rooianUc storiee 
of pirates and muttneera, expected to sea the 
sons of s^h notorious fathers coma cm board 
with daggers In their belts and blood tn tbalr 
eyes. 

Imagloa our aurprlas and boyish dlaappolnt- 
ment whan a boat load of soft talking tntansaly 
raUgloua man stepped on board They were 
rimeked at the ordinary boardahip vocabulary. 

*nw muUnaers oniSar the Influence of drink 
distilled by OCM af their mambera murdered 



each other till the women far outnumbered the 
men creating a very unsatisfactory social prob- 
Isrn. which was amicably solved by mutual 
agreement 

The Iasi survivor of the mutineers was John 
Adams. In his old age. after a life over which we 
must throw the mantle of charity, be turned 
religious, and from that "old Bible’* that had 
miraculously escaped destruction taught the 
children. He laid the moral foundation upon 
which has grown a eommunlty of exceptionally 
good people. 

That was the Island as we left It, much water 
has gone under the bridge since then. After 
lying off the Island In a breathless calm en- 
joying the hospitality of these kind people we 
sailed away with the Impresalon that we had 
seen a little bit of heaven 

W F EMERY 

Box 1624 R.R No. S Victoria, BjC. * 

COURT CASES 

Sir. -For years the standard fine In this area 
for driving without a licence has been t5 
1 understand drivers' licences are Issued only 
to those who can qualify, which must Imply that 
those driving without licences are not qualified. 

Just as serious are the too-lenlsnt recent fines 
for driving while licences arc under suspension 
for previous (and often serious) Infractions. 

In these cases, the defendants cannot poaslMy 
yJead Ignorance. They are deliberately flaunting 
and breaking down Uie very basis of oor motor 
regulations. 

PRANK H. PARTRIDOl. 
Ul Beach Drive. Victoria, BC. 

On His Rlinchiraa 

Wh*n I conadtr how my Itpht tt apfnt. 

£ tr hcif my day$. in thia dark world and 
aide. 

And that onr lahnt which is death to htde. 
Lodg'd with me use/rss. though my touf mart 
bent 

To ssfte thtrewith my Makers and preemt 
My true ocount. le»t He returning chide. 
Doth Cod exact day-labour, light 
/ fondly aek: but Patience to prevent 
Thar murmur, soon repfies. God doth nor need 
Either man e work or Hie own gifte: who heel 
Bear Hie mild yoke, they serve Him beet. Hie 
etate 

fa kingly. Thouaandt at Hie bidding epeed 
And poet o'er Land and Ocean without reet: 
They aleo aerve who only etand and uimr. 

— John Milton. 

Vlriot is the roughest way. 

Rut proves at night a bed of down. 

-RZB tfjBfRT WOTTOII. 


























Stalin Replies From Canada’s Capital . . . 



By DOROTHY THOMPSON 

T he Am thought that comet to 
■mind In reading Biailn’t answers 
to the four questions put to him by 
Kingsbury Smith of International 
News Service Is. what an extraordi- 
nary way of making overtures from 
one great slate to another! It simply 
esmnot be taken seriously. 

When the Soviet Oovemment de- 
cided to try for a pact with Hitler In 
Pebruary. 1039. It did not use a Ger- 
man Journalist for this purpoee. 

No. Stalin sent the Soviet CTharge 
d'Affalree In Berlin to the German 
Foreign Office to cay that In the ohln- 
lon of the Soviet Oovemment nothing, 
tneludlnp WeoiOEical ditl e re n cee. etood 
in the way of an understanding be- 
tween the Soviet Government and the 
government of Adolf Hiller. Poinu 
were eubmlUed and negollatlons con> 
tlnued In all secrecy for six months 
before the pact was signed, sealed and 
announced. 

If. therefore, the Soviet Union or 
the United Stales seriously wished a 
Joint declaration of governments re- 
garding their peaceful Intentions to- 
ward each other, either guvernment 
would have approached the other 
through the established diplomatic 
channels. 



One Is compelled to ask on whose 
inlUaUve these questions were sub- 
mitted and through what channels. 
Was It Kingsbury Smith's ow*n Idea as 
an enterprising journalist? If so. 
would he not submit the questions 
through the State Department and 
with the department’s approval? Or 
did the Stale Department Itself start 
the ball rolling through Mr Kingsbury 
Smith? 

We recall that In April and August 
of 1943, it was Kingsbury Smith who. 
in two articles published In The Am- 
erican Mercury. Orsl revealed "Our 
OovemmenVi plans for a defeated 
Italy and Germany." The articles 
were extraordinarily accurate, and 
Kingsbury Smith hardly could have 
got the material or published the 
articles without the collaboration of 
the Slate E)epartmenl. / 



The four questions submitted to 
Stalin are such as Infer the answers — 
and actually the Soviet leader has 
answered all of them several times 
over. 

Stalin obviously will be delighted at 
any time to make a mutual declara* 
Uon with the USA. of peaceful inten- 
tions. Such declarations (along with 
mutual non-aggreaslon pacts) are 
hobbles of dictatorships. 

But how did the World War break 
out? What about the mutual non- 
aggression pacts which the Soviet 
Union held with all the border stales 
which she Invaded In collaboration 
with Hitler 

On the diaarmament quesUoD. all 
overtures have failed because of the 
unwllllngneas of the Soviets to accept 
controls, the Berlin blockade was im- 
posed by the Soviets to frustrate the 
creation of a West-Oerman state and 
naturally would be lifted If we capitu- 
lated; and Stalin hardly would refuse 
to meet the President If the President 
initiated such a meeting. 80 . since the 
snswers (with whatever cautious re- 
servee) already were knoem. why were 
the questiona submitted? 



Nothing In the answers nmtradlcU 
Soviet plans : 

« 1. To frustrate the western defence 
pact with a peace oflenalve. 

2. To gain time for conaolJdatlng the 
Soviet sphere which now extends from 
many miles west of the Elbe to the 
Tangtae River. 

1 . To contribute to an industrial 
ciiais tn the United Statec 

4. T 6 get American aid for Rucola 
and the satellite states. 

I. To get the Western armies out of 
Austria. 

g. To get Ihem out of Oennany. 

For the accompUshmrat of the last 
two especially. Stalin certainly would 
be delighted to meet the President-^ 
and at any time. 



The letter exchange, tberefore. 
throws DO further light at all apon the 
poUclea or any poeslble changes tn 
them, of either the USA or the 
USSR., and seems to be connected 
only wtlh the general propaganda 
eampalgn. 

(The BeU Syndicate) 



By TOM GREEN 

(Colonist Ottawa Correspondent) 

O p Canada's population who are 
over the age of seventy. 4S.3 per 
cent are dependent on the old age 
pension, according to Oovemment sta- 
tistics. 

The pension to these people It miser- 
ably inadequate and the Federal Oov- 
emment has been attacked time and 
again by Progresolve Conaervatlvt 
members and others on this score. 
The number over seventy Is increasing 
year by year. 

Reesnt figures published by the na- 
tional office of vltsd BtaltsUcs In Wash- 
ington show that the average length 
of life of the American people In 1945 
reached a new high of nearly slxty-slx 
years This was two and one-quarter 
years more than the corresponding 
Agure In the Immediate prewar period 
and sixteen and two-third years over 
the level at the beginning of the 
century. 

Apart from any humanitarian con- 
alderallon. as the percentage of the 
population over sixty years continues 
to increase. It Is a practical neceasily 
to plan so that older people can. so far 
as possible, live normal lives in the 
community and contribute (o the eco- 
nomic life of the country. 

As a result of the storm of protests, 
two departments of ihe Dominion 
Government the National Health and 
Welfare and the Labor Departments— 
are studying the problem. The Cana- 
dian Welfare Council also some time 
ago appointed a special committee to 
carry out Independent studies of the 
needs of older people 



The Canadian Welfare Council’s re- 
port should be ready any time now. It 
wlJ] set out the council's Andlngs and 
recommendations, and the council vrlU 
then press for Implementation of U>e 
program It proposes by Federal and 
Provincial dbvernmenu and private 
organisations concerned 

The council has letters from many 
old persons lelllng of the difficult times 
they have getting along on the old age 
pension Otherrieiters are from per- 
sons who have been let out of their 
Jobs because of their age. although 
they feel they are lUll capable of 
working and earning. Such letters as 
these reinforce the Canadian Welfare 
Council's decision to give this question 
of the aged major consideration. 

Without much fanfare, the r e cord 
movement of Immigrants from Europe 
to Canada Is continuing steadily Ca- 
nadian Immigration officials tty that 
the number arriving since the war's 
end will be well on the way toward the 
Arst half million at the end of this 
year. 

Official Agures tor 1946 have not yet 
been released but it Is estimated that 
more than 100.000 Immigrants arrived 
tn Canada during the year Between 
the end of (he war and the beginning 
of this year some 300.000 Immigrants 
of all categories have sealed tn this 
country 

Immigration officials say that all 
berths of all available Atlantic ships 
will be booked shortly. The liner 
AquUania. now In immigrant service, 
will carry on this year. There had 
been reports the ship was hesded for 
the scrap heap. This Immigration 
authorities flatly deny. 



Everything but the Kitchen Sink 



(From The Ottawa Journal) 



N ext m permanence to a sena- 
torial appointment will be mem- 
bership In the royal commission the 
Government proposes to jei up for a 
survey of the state of culture In Can- 
ada, If It takes Its ftmeUons seriously 
—and most royal commlttlons take 
their duties very seriously Indeed—lt 
ought to be made up of young men In 
no hurry. 

Never was there such a cultural 
omnibus. The announcement as con- 
tained In the Speech from the Throne 
needs to be studied carefully: 

"There should be an sxamlnaUon 
of the activities of agenclce of the 
Federal Oovemment relating to ra- 
dio. flims. television, the encourage- 
ment of arts and sciences, research, 
the preservation of our national rec- 
ords. a national library, museums, 
exhibitions, relations tn three Aelds 
with inUrnaUonal organizations, 
and acUviUea generally which are 
designed to enrich our national life, 
and to Increase our own conscious- 
ness of our national heritage and 
knowledge of Canada abroad." 

Note the speclAe terms, and above 
all the geneixU The emnmiaslon will 
be directed to look into "radio. Alma 
television, ’ which could mean an ex- 
haustive enqulsg into the state at 
broadcasting, an equally thorough Job 
of research Into the movie Industry, a 
study of the possIblliUes of television 
as applied to Canada And that is Just 
a banning. Think of the scope given 
by "the encouragement of arts and 
sciences"— what about the state of our 
literature Are we doing enough for 
palnterg and sculptors and mualetans? 



What about our newspapers? Should 
we have a national theatre? 

Nor ere we nearly Aniahed. "Re- 
eearch, the preeervallon of our na- 
tional records, a nalloiuil library, 
museums, exhibitions" — what royal 
commlsaloner could ask for more 
ground? Even this is by no means the 
end. "Relations In these Aelds with 
international organlxatlons " opens the 
way to much pleasant travel about the 
world, because clearly wr ahall have lo 
know what is being done In cultural 
affairs by other countries. 

Then, In case anything has been 
missed, the Oovemment shoves into 
the omnibus everything save the 
kitchen stove "Activities generally 
which are dealgned to enrich our na- 
tional life" (something very familiar 
about thoee words' could be taken to 
Include everything from the painting 
of farm buildings to the state of the 
mining Industry in Cape Breton, and 
the following phrase, "arid to Increaae 
our own consciousness of our national 
heritage and knowledge of Canada 
abroad" completes (he oonstrucuon of 
a sort of universal umbrella. 

We need have rto doubt that this 
commisalon wlU be hailed with great 
glee by our "IntellectuaU," by all our 
cultural addicts In whatever form they 
oome. by everybody with an axe to 
grind, by every crackpot with a scheme 
"to enrich our national Ufa" by every 
Cabinet Minister looking for a way to 
evade his responslUUUes. 

For thoee of us who Uve to sse ths 
end of this extraordinary snterprlss 
we predict a vast compendium of use- 
less knowledge which will have cost 
the Caaadlan taxpayers a very large 
sum of money. 



C'ROM a country reader: "We took 
^ tu the Highlands, my husband 
and me. we took to the woods so we 
could be free of the noise of the olty, 
the high rents and smoke, and we 
revelled In quiet and a clear dawo that 
broke to the songs of the birds, saw 
the new leafy green of the willows and 
poplars along the MlUatream. Twas 
Spring when we came to Uiia solitude, 
and each day that dawned we felt 
gratitude to the one that provided this 
haven of rest, but then came the Bum- 
mer. and With It the pest of blood- 
thirsty mosquitoes that pinged tn one's 
ear. and moke you from dreams in a 
cold sweat of fear *They lurked In the 
dark, aualtlng thfw chance for a sUb 
with slUettos, as slmrp as a lance, and 
during the day Uie cars passing by 
threw cloudy of dust clear up to the 
sky. which Aoaied with ease, through 
windows and door, and laid a thick 
car)>el over the floor. Autumn came 
quickly, the woods were ablaze with a 
riot of color that shone through a 
luue Mosquitoes decided to Inflict no 
more pain *The dust turned to mud 
from the late Autumn rain. Mill- 
stream Highway wa^ pilled with pot- 
holes galore; If not careful, you'd And 
yourself on the fliwr as you bounced 
and you jounced In car or In truck, if 
loo near the edge, 'twas then you gut 
stuck. For down sank the ahouldcr, 
with sickening feeling, and you Jumped 
to the road with a head that wiu reel- 
ing What you thought and you aald is 
not printable here, but the supers of 
highways had something to fear had 
they appeared at that moment as you 
stood and swore that over this high- 
way jrou'd travel no more. You'd go 
beck to the city, to streets that were 
flat, where no potholee existed, or 
you’d eat your hat. MoequUoee could 
spear you. the dust float with eoM 
through windows that opened to a 
wnoke-laden breese. High rents? What 
of It? They could not compare with- 
paying for axlee and springs and a 
spare But Just then your neighbor 
comes by with a shout. Hey. Ill lend 
you a hand, and we'il soon hive you 
out. Once more on the highway with 
mud and potholes your troubles have 
vanished as far as the poles, all dls- 
oomforu'fArgotten. at least for today, 
we U continue to live on the MUIstream 
Highway.” 



The Packsack 

Of GRfcGORY CL.\RH 

\ Rt'RAL friend of mine had a pet 
fox Its mother was trapt>ed and 
crawled into lU den. dragging the trap 
The farmer dug It out; and In doing 
so. loxmd the cubs He killed all but 
one and brought It home, it was so 
pretty. 

In no time at all. the cub aas uiiiied 
by ordinary farmer kli\jlnvM. ih*' sort 
of kindliness skilled in liandllng culu. 
mlves lambs Tliey led a bread and 
milk, cereals, egg and scraps; but never 
raw meal Whenever they bad let It 
have a meal of meat, u became imme- 
diately spiteful and lawless Other- 
wise. It was like a cat around the 
house, romping with the farm dogs 
whose rougher manners It subverted 
by Its Incomparable nlmbleness It 
throve and grew It took poasesslon of 
a shelf In the kitchen as Its home and 
bed Unlike a caged or penned fox, It 
had no rank odor. It could be handled 
and petted an^ when the dogs got too 
rough it would run and leap into the 
arms of Its human friends. 

lo the Autumn, it vanished one day: 
and Its masteri presumed It had heard 
the call of the wild. But mention of 
Its loss was made on the local radio. 
A woman Immediately telephoned so 
say she had heard a lively scratching 
on her farmhouse door one evening; 
and opened the door A fox leat>ed 
inside and bounded on top of the wsUh 
dresser, where It curled up. while s<m»s 
hounds that had been chasing the lost 
raced howling Into the farmyard and 
up to the door 

This was the pet fox, of course, for 
when my friend called, the fox leaped 
Into his arms with every sign of de- 
light; and was carried home 

But the Usie of freedom, with all Us 
adventuree. was too much for the tarns 
fox. A few days later, he was gone 
again. This time a week went by be- 
fore word came that the fox had 
bounded into the wagon of a farmer 
ten miles away, again ahead of a pair 
of hounds. Once more he was brought 
home. He stayed two days, then van- 
ished for keepa. One of the prices of 
freedom Is peril. -Canada Wide Fea- 
ture Service Ltd 



Today’s Answer 

Question 00 Page t 
Beetles; fliee; bulterdlss and moths. 



^ ^ y- Looking Back 

^ Through Colonist Files 



Notice in an Engilsli South Coast 
hotel. '"The olanagemtnt rseerr s ths 
right to refuse admission to any lady 
they think proper." So much for the 
reward of virtue. 



A preueher reeenlly deeisrrd; **HsD 
to full of prsAteerm." This has preuBpied 
The Ottawa ClUteu le hops that HI 
•#4 ss fufl that It eas’t make reesu fee 
a ist mere sf them. 



One wsr ueeer epAe. CAsS a/ sdnqpllon 
spstiMt (peer s w ee. 



A henpecked hosband reached the 
end of his patisne* and. aftM* a flnal 
row with his wife. Look hie bowler hat 
frosn the peg tn the hall and said. ’T'oi 
going" 

Three years iater*be rstomed and 



his wife demanded "Where 00 earth 
have you been?" t 

"Out." he repUed, and bung hie ooal. 
on the same peg. 



THS BITBR BIT 

Rather amuMng to the story out of 
Toronto about IJM people toming up 
for the annual Ontario hotslmsn'a 
ronveation to And that only tOO roofue 
^ had been reserved for them, with the 
’ result that some 90 walked the streets 
kNjfcing for a ptacs to rust weary 
bodies That It could happen to hotel- 
men of ail peoplel We wander whether 
the akwf hotel oisriei gaee them ttis 
asms emlia Ihe seme tolerant brush- 
off. that most trsvelen have expert- 
er>csd when thoy tried for a boisi roesa 
without a rencrvatlan. or somettoaes 
srtU) oos^Ottawa Journal. 



Through Colonisi Files 
>•% ^ YEARS AOO--AI a conference 
In the Chamber of Commerce 
^ roocne dstalto were worked out 
for the Canadian National docks at 
Ogden Point to be equipped for ths 
assembly and exporting of lumber for 
foreign trade 

^ YEARS AOO— Tlie teachers of 
^11 the High School are eimUna- 
^ ^ Ing thflW efforts to enlarge the 
reference library, which is far too 
Muil and meagre for the n<^ of the 
pupils 



Q ^ TEARS AGO— lYie nomination 
Of a candidate to fill the va- 
^ ^ cant seat tn ths Bouse of 
Asermblj took pla ce lo the open space 
near Marvln'i hardware store on Port 
■trast, drawing together the iargesk 
eoUsetloa at sisetors put ssta In 
Tirtoria. 



1 




I 




BiltUh 



try." 

Ft am •uct* mrn come ^mie «ur- 
prl.<iniily imerntlni oteerv^tlon* on 
the future of 



The plane wu chartered to the 
BniUh War Office by Skyway* Um* 
tied It took off from Khartoum. 
Angin-Sgyplian Sudan. 



From 



OUR 



aaaorlaUona. 



Communiat Cotuiiunwy in United States 






Big British Battleship 
Returned by Russians 

R06YTH, Scutlaad. 1*^ « OP).— 'cuna bad boao l«ft la Ruaaia,.the 
The batUeahlp Royal Rovarelgn Admiralty aald the veeacl’a anaa- 
alipped Into port M houn lata to> mem U all aboard but that aome ol 
day under a Rumlan craw retumlnf It baa been demounted and atored 



Si)r fiailg (C olonUt F.i»~rT s, a 

Resident Thinks Alaska 
Rnssuds Secret Weapon 



tiff to Britain aftar five yeara in away. 



.the Bovlei fli 



The baUkahIp'a black hull ahowad 



Ruaalaii aalloet tta~1»" | at atlft patchaa of ruat. but her decks ware 
attention lined the dadu of the Udy. Her Russian commander ad- 
S3- year-old BrlUah veaaal u aha vised offldala at the Roayth naval 
moved into the harbor to be turned atatlon he would receive nobody 
Into eerap. aboard until hla men had a chance 

The Royal Bovareifna arrival to el**" »*P abip, tonight. Than 



Mrdal Distribution 

Starts in Octolrrr 

, aTTAWA. Feb a Cf». — 
V* Campaign ftan and vtf 
medals for World War aervica 
will atari guinf out to Cana- 
dian veterans next October, a 
)olnl announoamant ot the Oe- 
partmenta of Nationaf Dclanoa 
and Vtterana’ Affaire said 
today. 

The auietnant sard full da- 
laiia retarding the dlatnbuUoB 
wlU be made public whan the 
medals are ready for Uaue. 



KODIAK. Alsaka. Fab. 4 UF 
RuaaU't aacrat weapon, balls 
Deputy Uarahal Faul Herring. 
Alaska. 



a UFi.-' "The ^t route of invasion.* asye 
ballavaai Herrtng. "Ilaa serosa tha Baring 
^IstralU and Bouth through Ala>ka 
and Canada This la the Russian 
aarral wtepon. It la an aoa up the 



Herring, "the Law ' In Ibaaa parts. Russian alaeva And s tha praeent 
tvM hfft busy for months UlUng all time that route U wide open Amen- 
.!» «U luun Uul U.. lO. o. U>« 



into scrap. aboard until his men had s chance \ : 

Tha Royal Bovareifna arrival to clean up tha ship tonight. Than 
ended a night of anxiety for naval ^ radioed a r^ueat for a to k II nfppc 

auihorlUaa Bha had bean ached- , to»«Tow'a Intamational Rugby /\11 f dOTCIlJ;t:l 3 

ulod to rendaivous in tha Firth of to between Boot- _ 

Forth with a British daatroyav at »*nd and Wales |7o/sni^dk Dikotlk 

dawn yeateiday, but failed to ap- Uter today a Russian eom fjo(.<illv 1/vdlll 
pear or radio an explanation Tha modora and f<Mir other oftleera left P 

Admiralty aald today aha apparent- the ship to discuss tha formal tram- | YBI /''* I 

ly was delayed by heavy weather far ceremony with Vlca-Admlral Sir [n rlane I, rash 
The batUaahtp waa loaned to Rua- ; Imsst Archer of the Royal Navy 
ala during the war. She was re-' The Royal Sovereign aUU bore in LONDON, Feb 4 Ck.— All 44 paa- 



LONDON, Feb 4 Ck — All 44 paa- 



world wlU shortly hinga on how well 
tha United Butas can defend 

Alaska.* 

Admittedly no miHutry expert, 
n-rrtr.^ bases hla oonoam “on whai 
I have observed In tha territory 
alnre I came her* out of the Navy 
in thr Oreat War. and on simple 
lo^i. 

NKIIHER FANIC KT 
Typical of those who agree with 
Herring la All Uadaen. who. edth Ida 



tibia 

“After the army conducted sold 
weather (eau of man and aquipment 
at Fairbanks In the Wlnur of 1N7. 
It was announced • that no large 
•eala battles will aver be fought In 
the Arctic. Men and aquipmant, 
they said, ware Inafflclant at luch 
tamparaiurae 

“Somebody apparently forgot that 
the taryeat and moat vicious battle 
of tha World War was fought In um- 
parature* of 4# dagraaa below aero 



turned under a Four-Fowar naval big rad^ lettcra tha name "Arch- BilUah aarvlee peraonnel rather. Chaklea, has been guiding Battle of Stalingrad 



angalsk 



acreement. angalsk," which ths Soviet Navy with cuu sporuroao on the trail of Kodiak- 

The customary 31-gun taluu was gave her when it borrowed the ship . . ^ rw- * bear alnea lt3i. All! has killed ap- ^ 

nltted aa tha Wg ship reached In 1344. Tha Rad Star. Hammer and aliglU InJ^ in nroaimately 1J8 bears; hla father ^ 



omitted 

Roayth. 



authorltlea ex* and BlcUa of the UBBR. flew at 



plained her heavy guns ware re- her masthead as aha tied up along- 
moved before tha Royal Bovaralgn aide her escorting destroyer, the 



Pictured hctleu at nght is Joe Cadden. marching vilh group of demanMtrator$ frqm American Peace 
MoMUiatton tn front of White Hoaaa. where $hori daye before he had stayed at friend of Hrt. gleenor 
RoQteieit. Something of fAU apfsocfr U detrribed hi eorompenvhig article by Aoberf f. 5rnph»g. 

Two While Hoiise-Belrieiuled Groups 
Pul Goiiiniillee in New DiWieullies 



left Murmansk. 

Asked whether this 



ZhmUl. 

meant the Three aubmarlnaa which the Rus- 
liana also are ratumlng te Brlialn 
I are atlU at aaa. along with two trans- 



rrash at Caatel Benito, near Tripoli, pr“to»*toly 
today. It wmi leamad her. “ **•"' 

Only tha pilot waa killed Five 5**, .h*.* 

raw were Injured 1 1 feel, and it aearaa me. I dont as* 

injured personnel werv moved »« ^ow we could keep the Russians 
j.lck-bay quarters of the R A F iU- coming in hare If they wanted 



Nalthar U the pan- 



“We must make up our minds that 
Ve must be prepared te fight tn 
Alaska.** 



. J J, . W.C .f- coming in hare ii they wameo 

. . . ifilditieS . . . to UttJSaiSu UK They am oommlttad to s policy 



LONDON. 

bureauersu beamed today— they Russia Is part of a simultaneous 

filled an order from a legless sailor , transfer In which the Soviet I control tower 

sjiklnx for sn accordion. 'U receiving Itt share of the defeated 



Feb. 4 
beamed 



The arcident nerured In the dark of 



domination 



A>-.-Bnush Return of the veasrls ftold by heavy rain falling The plane United Suves now stand* to the 



asking for an accordion. U receiving Its share ox the aeieatw 

A rhetty letter from Damowo. Italian fleet. Including the 33 MO 
nsuve of Biera Leone. Weal Africa, ton baillaahlp Oiulto Ce«arv 
< broke down the reaerve of pondering 

officialdom TV; rp II 

Victim of a wartime torpedoing. unorp l5ilk^ 



crashed 400 yards from tha airfield way, and Alaska la a natural spring- 
control (owrr board (or attacking our home ooun- 



B> BultkRT k sTKIFtlSO o*is day on a viali to the Whiu returned to the Whiu Huum for victim of a wartime torpedoing. 
Chief lavestlgator. Hj>os* t:s-A»rr- ^ Housa when ha saw Cadden and lunch. The Unael had been removed »roto the Mtolatry of Pen- 

lean ArUvlUea Cammitue. l#ll-l»a SUnon occupying Ltocotoa bedroom from tha hearing by Malthewsa ha waa gatting along all 



Xdiua ay daS Caastaia* 

Thu U ihs «UUi srilcM mi m MrU* 
•tuBiaUif Um C^mMuaist MnayIrecT 
la lbs UbIIM aialM. Mi airishas 
■ M uaUl r•e«nlir (h« ipsrkptui nl t)>« 
•oMBmU* Us( aaeoverM vMssaraM 
CpmmufUti Mplonai* sM pispMSaSs 
D <hl* etcluiiv* MrlM h* Bbaw* th« 
rrk'trr tor ttw Prti Uiat, Um laMi 
«. iKinc* el tb* HauM CanwiiiM ta 
Od Am»rie*a AeUvIUr* 



He mentioned this to the Praaldent. astute questioning As Mrs Rouse- r^ght. but that Ufa without lags gats 
and informed him of tha nature veil wrote to her column, the coo- oorlng. An acco rdion— If tha Oov- 
jof the commUtoe's file on Blmon trast between tha first and second rmment. please, had one to aparw— 
, and on Cadden's youth movement.^ day of the hearing was *notlceable.'’ woujd brighten the daya 

BEGAN RCARINGB Whitley, the wrote, bad been fair There Is no regulaUon Justifying 



would brighten the daya 
There la no refulatlon Justifying 



Wage Talks 
Deadlocked 
In Vancouver 



NOTICE OF MEETlia 

The fuorth annual G e n a f s I 
Meeting of the Fsnfic Coast 
Fishermen s Mutual Marine In- 
surance C*'ini>snv will he helH 
on Monday. Fehrusrv il. 

St 10 s.m~ in the Fishermen'* 
HslI. l.VJ Ks*t Cnrdova. Van 
coiner. HC 

L. T. W YI.IK 

.^ectetarv-Mansuer 



Od AmerM-DB AeUTiur* matters. “That's Mrs Rooaavalti 

Tie wildest Ideological aaramblmg bualneaa. " he said “I can t do any. 
we shall probably ever aee was ihat^ thing about IL" 
occof.-med by the sign m g of the Under Rs acting chairman. Rep 
Hitler-Sialln Pact in August. 1939 Starnes, the committee began hear- 



RooarveU was busy with other Matthews, she added was more trf such expendllura. but by happy In- VANCOUVKR, l^b 4 CFi.— Wage 
alters “That's Mrs Rooaavaifs « P^r^tor than a proaacutor The,. spiratkm the letter was turned over negoifatlons between the 

lalneas." he said “I can t do any. "•rcretAry. • she wrote, had to apeak to the Kings Fund The fund ap- councU and a third 



to Mr Matthews to lone him down proved the grant. The Musicians' 
It was soon to write the com- Benevolent Aaaodatlon selected an 



mlttee's annual 



the instrument. And now Damosvo can 



Vancouver City Council and a third 
group of amployeea became dead- 
locked today 

Mayor Charlaa 'Thompaon to- 



Ketil$ 



Hitler BiAlin Pact in August. 1939 staniea. the committee began near- . .n.. r .«. ■■■i, m m. hr.rf rmfn MAyor Charla* Thompson m- 

and Ha auhaequent rupture to 1941 ing wUneaea in the youth movement question of whether or not we should -ujuiesi ^ formed WiUlam Black, busineas 



Th. Un.A„,.r.,.„ *c»„U« -Oil. D,« m N« York ^oounor^o 

,„uAd ,u,„ “ “•■‘'•“Mz: *,^r;‘u'r oZ-'dl 

■" « mt. -- . ,.^n. 

mrirUfn <»f th* eomniitiee* to- Called them In her column. promised Mrs Roosevelt he 

Criurlxm of the eoinniltiee* in Hmi** ntok*. Bnildm. would do hU beet to keep the Youth 

into pommunUm, mcluding »nlved at the Houae Office Building 

our tmnorum hesrinx to which In two White House cars chaperoned , C ntre« off the front list. 



our imporum heartog to which two tyiuvcovuim 

Bari Browder acknowledged under beaming First I.ady They 

oath that he had twine traveled on laughed a great deal, handed out 



WIIITF. IIOrSE TFA 



oath that he had twine traveled on laughed a great deal, handed out Tie roniHlee cnoipromlsed by re-: 
falsr pajMportx. decreased after the asking for the youth of the iH>rUng It had detocird ■ evidence of 

pa<-'-Mgnlng world to unite to flght Fasclsm.l Cotnmtinlsm in the group* l«der- 



when Germany invaded At'tf aatUad down for an imeresttng ship* 



Ru,ms we again came under fire show 



The report had be«u flied Hitler 



for ralUng atienUon to a consptraq> The commllieea counsal at that had signed their paci.| ^ 

which had never and has never Khaa WhlUey. a fonnai the Amerkan Youth Congreas'i joi.IET 



BRAUK.STON. Pla.. Fab. 4 {JP), 
—This city's sausage tree la being 
robbed af It* Itologns-llke fmlU. 
fraiia. 

Tha Chamber af Cominerre 
beawtlflralloD eommltlee reparted 
the thefta. 

And falk% aeound want M known 
the sausages won't save on the 
meat bill. They only loeh like 
sausages and are not edible. 

The sausage tree Is a oalive af 
West Africa where It's held sac- 
red by the native*. 



TW<» HOT r<»TATOKt 



riiton^ anmial eonvemion was being held'^^.^-, bright idea saved ^Is auto- 
only with ilto blunt wHl-denned Washington Mrs. Roaseveh to- „jobU# from being wrecked by a 



iJie month., before the pact was ^'“*^ *"*^ *^‘*^ “young people by rvtw 'i^n 



sigiir-d. the commJUee found lutelf 
m 'Ion of two very hot 

pots'o'T- the AmerPan Youth Con* 
gr- and Amerlrnn fltudenl Union— 
both store Judged Commitolit fronts 
by the Atiomey-Oeneral. 

Otii difficulty In pursutog this 
toqutiv Into the youth movement* 



But hers was *>methtoi that b>' 
dr,,ri n.uh« H ck«r dro»7'u,";;n"r; ;«:;rd.7“A wa»binoton. 

. r mu. ^ PlMldfnl apprkfrd on Ihr train wa. apprcMchlng. but (ut. employment n e n 

, ,“*T7 ‘ •’.‘“"J >“«” m ttae.i Ad.m.n. who ta. railroad brake- 1 

rL“’‘’bT', T M ’".T ““"I “P»" to denounce, man. .rabbed hi. brakem.n. tan- 1 Ihe blne.l Umre^ .tn« the end 

b K o' tUct.U,r.h,p Whether tem and n.mmd down th. train I o' •»>« ««■ ““ C™" 8"".“ 

a winj wlUch h. Idmtmed a. one . .. o.- ro ... ported today 



a large group to s tes nn the aouth. 
Uwn of the White Hmisr 



agent for tha City Hall Bmployee* 
Association, that demands by Inside 
workmen for a 10 per cent Incrtaae 
'would not be met. 

Th* mayor said the city would pay 
wage tnervasee included In a perion- 
I ne) survey, which wou.d coat $&Sf)00 
“That." said the mayor, “la as far 
as we propose to go." 

He said tha oonci’laUnn coo>mlUee 
. wrould nagotlaU to abolLsb any 
'"anomallea." 

700,000 More 
III U.S. jobless 



Seo'*’ 



Newest Releases 



Hare Is a Selection of the Newest Dccca Release* in th* ‘Peisonality" 
Bert**, Priced at Each 



:*«ia— tow. All tto Tkiai* Vm Af 
t4*IS— Of ife* Uiht ui IlM BU«Vft **•■ 



Httvn f»rr**i 
I Wiak I HsS 



Adam's car stalled at a croastog 
as he drove to work yealerday. A 



The Piesldeni appeared on the train was approaching, bul fast. , 
balcony above tltem. to good time.' Adam. 37. who la a railroad brake- 1 



t4*ia-ai iS» Ufht mi IIm SUtwr M««n. I Wiak I HsS 
4 OtH— Al JsliM 

*4Sta— TWaa Sotll W* HoBft *(••* Still— 44 «t towS«'4« 
• •a NU a*x*l CsssSion* 

»**ia- TvsfUaw 4*v Tsl*al>««— (••rs>n IvnSla* 

aaS HI* Ofchvstrs 

lixii— v«i(i« r«sin' wh* a \mm n. It a«Mt— 

— to«l» larasB an* lit* Tymsasy Vltr 

S4MI— TWa Wlflh at tka aiiM*. St«K«y Waalkvr— 
toaiSar** saS Hu a«val rsBaSlani 

14***— far A»a» Vlaava Tarr* Ta l«ra Ta tor— Wot 
r r««hv Wttk a*B Oarkf CWair 

tlSSS—lh* Paaav (si Ma| iSrsat N«a( Sv**!)— Psltf 
Aeartv* aaf WaS ( rsaSf 

Daa'I Warry ftasl BtrsBsria— *«*!«•• itsirri 
Wlia Vl« a«ksv* as* OrvaMtra 

*4*11— Ha TlraS. t Hrae M«*ta— B »m Maigsa SH4 l*M 
Orvbaatra 

tl*ta— Ta t(ak* a AtUUks It Maaasa, la Mr Orraai- 



lalAS— 4 bUI* (sll. Waekiai «I*M Is *• »** «arkl»e 
rbatr— Ta« Ovraa 

*st4l~ Mratarlaa al Vranaa: Mr ItHSar la Onir a ViHtrra 
— 4H»k Tbamaa saS Mta Ksahrllt* XswMvra 

tS4M-T*a *ar Tat. Vaa iHAtta— CVaaSy •»* 
CaiHkM WaaatM WHS rrafSr * Aak Cals 



ts«aa~ Tba Wirlh mt lha W(»a*— a«H( I'raabr 

tarn— first la Ta«' Wasn. I^rr PataS l(a Wai- 
Raaaall Wralhara. 

'44*1— na s Sts* Wa*« *• Cklaa. TWta ta tha Maiaaa^ 
torvr rilaiaa saS HU Orrbtairt 

14410— Taa fUa-ka Data Tarn |# ths Urlti Ml Narn 
Wt WlUiatt s Ot*s»-HiUa ftrattorr. 

S444S— MaWr MatsHf. * toUsSy tf Waas— Wsaar Asr* 

raarr— Wt tha WaUra mt Mtnaataabs. VaraSa mi 4Wa 



144H— ar Iba WaUrt 
WaaSa* SaMtvri 



at Mtnaataabs, VaraSa 
—tun eatiu 



Ta Mak* s MUUkt la Haaaaa, la Mr Or*a»i- 
tlU ViUtaralS 

Mua-faaarr laar fata With Xavablaa iSain*' Swtta' 
Satlla*-. f)«a baaSsv Ariavaaaa— Vra4va WalsWI 
sn* Iba Slaraatlsra 



MI1S~Oa iba rslaua Oaarrt. Pmt Tm— r*sr4*a Itabtas 
aH* Hla Orrbaatr*. 

t«iaa-0>a4y.O; Vaara aa 4br glthl Trarfe WaSt — 
toaJr JarSaa. 

M4*4— Wltst (114 I Da. 1*4 Lava Is CsM la« Mr SaaW- 
baarl— Pla* Narwaa as4 *H4tv«a Mairra 



, ^ h* had sung to members of the 

toqutiv Into the youth movement* - 

_ Lincoln Brigade during the Bpxiush 

resten mainly ^ (jur arrtdenUlly ^ ^ ^ 



found In Berlin or Moscow At Ihe Tlte big Diesel engine slowed today 

mention or -Mokow he wm Im.'lu.l nubtmO Ab.m'. e.r ToUl d.m- Z’^y^em 

m«ll.,,ly hecklrtl. He r e u red tl-n,«l tenOer | plunmM J 000,000 below me Decern- 



. And Many Otheri to Chooi 



giving offense to Mrs Roosevelt, 
who was AtosdfasUy attached to both 
ortamaa Ilona. 

Joe Lash, a kind of proicf* of tha 
Firs' Lady, headed tha American 
Bttid'iit Union Lash t good fritmd. 
Jo* Cadden. headed the American 
Youth Oongraae 



'Indoors, indignantly, and Mrs | 
'Jll you aaa an Un-Amenran | Rirnaevelt thereafter cnulrd off to- 
come lurking near. i ward the movement. 

Why. alkallaa with Martin Dlaa. i « . .w ... . ' 

mrxA h. Mil I ultlmaU* swUch til loyalty 

and h. will dU.pp.ar I ^ epUomixed by Joe Cadden. 

Iff RR3 BACK I ej.y^^ lovable young leitder of the 

The seaston stumbled to an uneasy American Youth Congrea* moved 
halt with llltle BccomptUhed SUkmaa (njm Uncoln'a bed to a plat.f line 



U»h was a frequent vialtor to the wax anon on the long-dUtance phone of the American Peace Moblltxatlon. 



Whi'e HouM and ofton a mamber eaUlng Dlea 
of Intimat# family dinners His -We bad i 



( llir AGO. Fek. 4 Call- 

farnla 1* feUlag Qowera — green- 
hoas* vailely—freiD Chleago this 
Winter. 

C'Meag* whslesal* flarltU war* 
asked 1* send flawers after raid 
•rralber destrayed mach af Call- 
fiimla's Rawer crap, grown tberv 
in apen fields. 



ber level, the bureau added 
Net effect* of these developments 
wep^^ 

1. Tola] unempkiymant roes to a 
level of 3,160.000 in th* first month 
of 1049. and stood 600 000 higher 
than to January. 1948 
3. Total amploymcni (cU to 67.- 
500.000 but wound up 365.000 higher 
than a year ago. 



COME IN AND HEAR THEM IN 



COMFORTABLE RECORD ROOMS 



Up and down, on the pavement be- 



of Intlmata family dinners Hi* - We bad a ball of a day." Stamaa ' fore the White House, he carried 
mends. Cadden. Jack McMlchael owMned. Plaase hurry back . . . placards danounring the ikjUcKw of 

rm* ▲KftWkB AilVkJbn wBva hsmA awamnw me\A W«a4aa«. w a > a *• ! . . 



and one Abbot Simon, who had many and bring Matlhawi with you. 



Oominunlet 



were also Matthew* was the tame 



Mitertalned from Uma to lime at Matthews who had teatlfled In the 

Lash's ret)ueat. leairly days of the committee He * I'i ’I 

Rep -lerry Voorhl* iD. Calif ), had been reUlned as a committee White House In attei^mln. to 
a good friand of the Ruoaevell family raaearcber and was a wniroa of en- _|^ j w^^^ j. , t-i-n, 
and a member of the Un-American orraous Information. H* had made _ ** 

AcUviUea OumthlUee. was ihookad seven trips to Russia, had given up * **’^**»ndir**u *inf »^**"”* 

— hla Communist leantnga after wit- 

Droiialil Fund 'H;' nr^b:;:!.: IJ.S. I^ays Down 

m-ri ^FU^IIl 1 Ullll «,ny other quallflraUons for ^ 

Piir Karmprw ”* u*h* Icrms 

A 4f 1 I ill lllvl 0 record that night, upon our return WARHINOTOH. ^b 4 — The 



hla celebrated boat and hoateas 
Tomorrow- Mr. Strlpltog reveals 
that the House Un-American ArtJvt- 
Ue« Committee's aid was sought by 



Drought Fund 



For F 



armers 



iCeainsM 1*44 Kint evaiurvi 
a«ndir«i« ina » 



IJ.S. liays Down 
Stricter Terms 



Gladwell Corners 

NOW open for business 

904 PANDORA 



VICTORIA'S RECORD HEADQUARTERS 



814 FORT ST. 



PHONE B2111 



RJ.OINA. Feb 4 <P> Canada's 
prairie farmers will receive about 
tllOOO.OOO to “gnicery-and-clothUuf 
money to make up for the drought, 
gras'hnppera and floods which hU 
them tn 1948 



record that night, upon our return WAAHtNaTON. ftb 4 — 'iTie 

from New York The next moming United States was reported today 
1 arranged for Matthews, rather lo have laid down new and strlctor 
than WhlUey. to queatlon Lash tarms for aettlament of tha dlsput* 
Xhe “young people" and Mm with RqmU over Btwlto currency. 



gm*\h(»ppem"”*nd"n’(^dr which"hU^ anothw Diplomatic InformanU said ihati 

them tn 1948 Matthews, reoog- tba terms are contained to an' 

Tito n»n*y WlU nor go to all Of tha, tactic* of Lash and the American proposal submitted to * 
96n.000 farmer* on th* pralrta*. bull leader* a* an old and iruxtod United Nation* group of expert*. 

to about UMO In township* where Oommunlrt dlveraloo— to whlcbMm, 

wheat averaged laaa than alght Ro«tovelt waa tnadvertenUy lending WHOFFING ( OD 

btohels an aerw. [ her proailge-beganUklng Laah and Some codltah grow to a length af 

The fund for this “Insurance” wax ' •A# Student Union apart. right uwi and a weight of 100 

provided to 19» by tha Fed*raJ| R<1> Rankin, not then a member pound* 

Pralrl* Farm Aiaistanc* Act. both of the committee, but slltlni lual , -i — i- -,-.rs , -.-i , - 

farmer* and the Federal Govern- behind Mr* Rooaevelt to the caucus 
ment contributing. I room as a .\pectator. leaned over and 

Announcing the 8ll‘n3.96l pay- ' remarked. “Mv. thaisgj^pifilner cer- 
ment today the PFA. director, H, F talnly ha* that fellow to a bad way." 

MeOregor. said "drought eondlUons: DCrLATED GROI F 

ta parts of the Weal have been a* ... . . .. «i 

acute to th# 40* as they were In the ' cerUtaJy haven t notkwd IL'l 

. I Mix. Roosevelt aald stoutly i 

fUak.n.h»..n ..a Karrlaat hit * r‘‘ «P my plafV it th* 



WHOPPING COD 
Bofito codflah grow to a length af 
eight (m and a weight of 100 



MOTORS 



MeOregor. said "drought condlUoas. 
ta parts of the Weal have been a* ' 
acute to tha 40* as they werv In the 

m*” ! 

8a*katchewan was hardaat hit 



MERCURY • METEOR — LINCOLN 

Service Centre for AH Ford Product* 



NOT SINCE I TOOK OUT 
MY LOW COST 



MAYNARD’S 

SHOE SALE 



SUPPER SPECIAL 

Women's wsrm fell “Juliet * ilippers with leather sol<i*4iul Bd A A 
heels. Krgutar SOIA I 

A heaiitiful vclfciion nf good quality slippera tn hlark, white. red.Jtlue 
Style* are wedgie miilek. warvn ihearing* Inw-heel type*, and a lot 
nf other Tine slipper*. Bp AA 

Vxliie* in iO pair NOW ._ t.OO 



rtiitdren’* Fngliah fell uiir ttrap •Itppcr* with leather *olt». tn fawn, plaid, 
hliir and red Sir*« 8 lo 2 Rrgnlsf $195 pair. NOW 



Fidelity Health Plan 



with 88 per cent of Its 111,113 671 ^ Mat- 
ahar* to 44 660 farmer* gning to the thewa and whispered to hi* ear. 
Waairrn half. They were hU by tning great Dortoe Keep 



both drought and gramboppera 
Alberta's drought damage tartely 



pouring U on." 

It wa* a depressed and deflated 



wa* confined to th# Eastern aectlon ' lItU* group of "young peepU* 



-HUP 



Cbv6rif«t Mambar ond Family foe: 

DOCTOI'S FtlS (Swrwary • MIDICAL FttS (Oactav'a 

aad 0»Sfhew4) Callt. boms awd *4Hc*> 

MCtSTIRID HUtSIt MNTAL Hates ertana end 

twacwl d«ti**> X-R*v«> 

X-RAY CHARCn lOw# Fa- * fly* Ixamto*. 

hawt) 

CHIROFtACTOU * '^*®'CAL MATIRMtTY 



Moccasin* tn red, wine, blue with beaded vamp* 
Vsliiai to »4 jlO pair NOW 



•1.44 

• 1.95 



NURSES' OXFORD SPECIAL 

50 Pair.* of White Oxford* for nurae* or wailrraar*; 
with medium hecli. Vgluei to $6.95. 8^ OQ 

VOW. a pair 0*00 



with your I 

INCOME TAX! 

Ja»t arrived al Ihggon'a is a book oa bow 
to make out voar Income Tax. Written by 
A K McMichael. iN« book i* a dream com* 
true Cnitv onlv 

$ 1.00 

.. VALENTINE CARDS ~ 

The .Saketion Her* li at It* Best 
CHnoac Vpari Now 






OSTIOFATHS 
NATUROPATHS 
ANAISTHfTIfT FW 



MIOICAL MATIRNtTY 
■INIFITl 
AM9ULANCI 
fOlNTIPlCATION ftl t V- 

lets 



BOYS' BOOT and OXFORD SPECIAL 

100 Pair* af medinm-weigbt boot* and oxlwda (eood-frltrng shoas and raally 
wonderful valoet (W>od •!>«• Kegutar price 9$. NOW 



rWIXTXM 

*v*Tro«(«aM 



Fidelity Health 
Association 

U n ww4 aaSw «#* bwarsM* SM mt 
•ritMn CM— ais. aimaaai •• ■* » 

Um 1. M SeMton ] M (Pm SmimIm Sr«. 
Mkleet !• Uw mmwtn mmtn»tmm4 ta Um 
V v-Mav M lae O—MX 

VANCOUVER. I.C 

at* Wmi w»« 4 Hm* a» M M 
wstom flat 



nus 

a saauian*! eama ben«nu aa m area — ear me ame 

sSav# Oaviv—Mt gaeaHal aarr i ei* 
a DmUi Banefiu rv— mu eaaw. 
a Wtaklj Wm Beaanu 

ItoTA-Tbe a*r»Mlu ta4tMt*4 lasei aea iwyr eavi rn Sv Iba Oar — - 
•awe PmwN*) SarvlMa 



CHILDREN'S SHOE SFECIAL 

So Pair* of rhifdrco'* and mi****' black sad browa oxford* 
Rfgaltr lo $4.95 p*iv. NOW 

150 PAIR! of BLACK and BROWN CALF and BLACK 
and BROWN SUEDE WBDQIE CABUALB 



Stsaa IH to I 



• 3.88 



• 2.88 



Good ftecL Regular price $69S pair. 

NOW . 



• 4.44 



NAME 

ADDRESS 

CITY to TOWN ' 

AGE — _ OCCUFATION. 



WOMEN'S OVERSHOES— Black. Wo»« and Ba fiA 
red. Cuban heel*, Only, a pair - toaORa 



CHILDREN’S and MISSES' LOW RUEBERE- 
Sne* 7 in 2 Now. a parr, only 

ALL SALES FINAL 

bu fort st. 




I 




at a London iheatrr laat April. 



Only a few days 
wore of these 
Sensa t iona I Val ties 



Br furr >mi do not let there lew rcmainint davr 
pa«» withom takmg full advantage of the Ircmen- 
raving* ihia rale hat made poraible New 
group* have been brought forward and draitKalljr 
reduced for |he final clearanc*. 

Such eavinga are Very unuioat on really high- 
grade Amenran ahoei. Fine aaaortmenti, auit* 
able to wear now or for the Bpring iea*on. 



Sole Positively Ends Soon* 
These Values Today! 



1203 DOUGus \J STtteer 



JAMIES 



GEJ^UINfi REPTILE SHOES 
! a to V4 OFF 



VITALITY — IIAMONA 
BAREFOOT ORIOINALB 



KM M yew aaaert wt wy w aurtw 
weir* ef tlww >***!■< aaaw 

einaatera. IIMr4*. ««beM mm4 *Mi 
aeveiw. fewn*. «e«* eeU eMeeel 
vhn* 



PEACOCE— VITALITY 
ROtENTHAL 

a Ueee aeeep w alyl* aAew le 
UMM iMBaa* weaw Twe «e tbr** 
aelr* el ■ klM. %•! IMf *r* eg 
a*ewlM WWW n^e- 7 AS 
tee uaa w ttaa f •w« 



ROBERTA. LIFE 
STRIDE. MERCURY 



OOMPHIEt— JOYCE 
Lalaiwi Leungara 



NO EXCHANGES — NO REFUNOt — NO CNAROEf NO COD*a 



t 

Entertain Prior to Opening of Legislature 



6 SatwrAar, Ftbraary s, IMF fiatly CColatrift 

liist of London’s Jewel Raid 
Victims Reads lake lio's ^ ho' 



By JOAN I'APRCOL 
LONDON Peb. i •Reut«r*i.— 
Womau of tiia aoclal aat have a 
huntad kxA Uuae daya becouaa of 
an epidrmk of burglarMa in which 
CIOO.OOO 1400.000) wroth Of )«veU 
tiava vanuiied in the Uat yaor trooi 
Lomtuna Mayfair boudntra Altooat 
every other <Uy they read accounla 
uf another raid in thdr circle. 

A recent big raid waa the $23,000 
Mwel rubhary from Lord Bcarated'a 
Mayfair flat January 1$. A ''cat" 
burglar bad cUinbcd 100 feet to the 
eighth Oorie of Lord Baan^a real- 
dence. Oont were Lady Bcarated'a 
$13 000 diamund and emcraid heir- 
loom necklace, matching earru^ 
and a $3,000 bracelat. 

AT rOt'NTRY BALL 
Lady Beamted had worn all Uiom 
at a ciHintry ball a abort time ba- 
fore and put tliem in her safe at 
hoenr on her return to London. 

Scotland Yard aaya there ta no 
evidence that the thefU are oon> 



troUad Ib' <vib ’maatar" mind kln$ 
in London 

INQUKIkh IN IKB^kV 
The BeoUand Yard men are malt- 
ing inquirim in Jeraey. tfce Channa] 
Ulanda. It la believed that the kwl 
la amuggled through the ruaioma 
ilwre to the Conlincnc 
BroUarvd Yard'a Uat of rreeut vtc- 
Uxn* read* like a "Whoa Who' -the 
Oountaaa of Mun*t4W. Lady Caatla 
‘Stewart. Princeaa Stauiaia* fUdst- 
‘ will. Sir Franch Whiun»r», tha 
Duchewa of Rutland. Mra. J Buwea- 
.Lyon. aiatCT-in-la* of Queen Siua- 
beth. Mn Barbaea Blair-PblUipa. 
former Ziegfeid PolUea girl. Karl 
Howe and ao on. 

STILL MlMKING 
Tlte Duchaaa of Wliidaor'a jewel*, 
worth C30 000. which were atnlen 
from the homa of Lord Dudley to 
October, 1M$. atlll are mtaaing So 
are C4.000 worth atolen from Actrraa 
Mac Weat when ahe waa appearing 



i*atimi*i rbwio* 



Miss I). Devlin Meiv Recent 
Malasjnna ( hapter^ 1.0. D.h. 



I. Ill -r e» W K* . I c-A . Mr- Cr-aiik .nt.riaincd at a reccDtion in the Lower Lounge of the Empress Hotel last evening, prior to the opening of the Legislature naNAIMO Peb. « - MUa Dor- Mr*. Clarence Murphy. Mr* Marry 

coffee urns. In left photo. Mr and Mr.. V. L Leigh (left) with Mr and Mr. Straith. In photo at right. Mr and and Mrs P B. Scurrah (left) and Mr and Mr*. Walter S Mile, were ,OOJ at a 

among the many guests attending the affair. ; i^rgrly attended formal dinner mcft- ^ 



Social and Personal I 

Mr*. J Sutherland Brown ha* Joan Wren. Margaret Ramafleld 
returned to her home oa Bowkar Jane Briggs. Mary Oryburgh. Joaa 
Place from Vancouver, where she Baiter. Pat Mercer. Avery Chaier, 



Rolarv (iheqiie Presented at Spinsters' Ball 



wa* a guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. 
Robinson 

• • • 

Mr P C. Oulkn. KC.. sod Mr* 



DoroUiy HamUtoo. Ruth Huddle- 
ston and Hilda Bates. 

• • • 

MUs Mlnnl* Beveridge, provincial 
president, Csnsdlsn Pedrrstion of 



OUUB,. h... .m.-l Iron. -^OO^ ^ Pro.™.ion1 w„n..n-. 

“ •P'"'! Club.. MW M.r)orl. Pr«., pre.1- 

Bnpr« HoVl. MW thr, ^ ^ 

.III .0 U, VMlcov.rr nrlor. «- ^ 

lumln* w >h.lr home In ihr Eu. VMicmi.rr 

Mr. snd Mrt Albert Pluym with Issl night to stiend the Inlerns- 
their two dsughtm Bernice and Uonsl Night banquet of the Vsn- 
FhyllU, have arrived m the city couver Business and Proleaslonal 
from Mrsachle Lake to make their, Womens Club, to be held si the 
home in Victoria Prior to her de- Georgia Hotel tonight Mu* Sever- 
parture Mn Pluym wa* gue*i ofildge will present international and 
bonrfr at a party and social eve- provinelsl greeting* at the banquet 
ntng held in the community hall ^ 

wd was the j^l^ent of her home at 

from the Mcsarhls womens Club. | ^ 

The ViclorU Branch of the Uni- Thurwlay eve- 

venlty of AlberU Alumiu met at the Refreahmem* were served In 

home of Dr. snd Mr. R. C, Newby. I »*** dliung-room with Mr* R Mac 
1161 Camroee Crescent. A short , ^ ssslsiini si the coffee uni 
bustnme meeting. pr«lded over b, The Uble wa* covered with a besutl- 
Mr Blair Patterson, was followed hand-made crocheted Uble- 
by games RefrashmenU were served. | centred with a huge bowl of 
Bervlteun were Mr* Janet McKin- , camaUon*. dafTodlU. narclwl and 
non. Mrs W J. Parry and Miases <eni. OuesU included 

Ulllas Mtlne and Muriel Knight, ' Mrs. H. V. Campbell, Mrs H Cath- 
• . a I cart and son. Barry: Mn deOnichy 

Hnnorlng Mlm Florence French and aon, FrancU. Mr and Mn 
February bride-elect, a mlscellane-' C. C. rPeie' Campbell. Dr W 



Oook. educaUonal aecreury: Mra. J 
W Thomson, standard bearer 
Councillor* Mr* James Craasan. 



i largely attended formal dinner meft- 

^ , ing In Hotel Plaia Tuesday night 

omon s (»rmip I «* »*" j 

I 'and Mr* Ahrin Brown, vtce-reganu: 

(Jl^ptPr ^ Macdonald, recording aec- 

' reury Mias Dorothy May. corre- 
HAMILTON. Feb 4 <Ft A char- Apondlng secretary. Mrs Hilda 
ter presented today recogmaed the Kneen. treasurer; Mrs Clive Aken- 
Bllver Cross Women nf Canada as a head. Bchoea aecretary: Mrs Blair 
. .. T.W Oook. ediMTsUonal aecretary; Mr* J 

national oaganlaalloo The group. ^ Tho^„ bearer 

formed two year* ago from in- counrilloi* Mr* James Croaian. 

dividual associations icaitered _ 

throughout Canada *evk.-> to avosl j, 

widows and mother* of members of J H Whlttome A Co. Um- 

ihe armed force* killed in the World ••• 

War - ^ - - 

The avsoi uuon today decided to 
It wlU all'll ask the Oovemroeni to ^ 

give a cofcl-of-l»ving bonus to de- \ ^ \ 

pendent mother* a* well as widows ’ ^ \ ) C 

It will also ask the Gocernmeiit to , ra 

arrange the iransportatloo to | v/ -* 

KUrope of ait Sliver Cross member* |R \ I-ARRINGS 

draliing to visit the grave* of sons* ^ 
or husbands 



Nos-Slip Bait! 
SKIRTS 

Pure wool tsri.n* . . aon 
•lip waist band*! 

New Glen oUids with usual 
w*i*i hands' 









7$4 FORT 



THE LATEST IN 

Fashion Jewellery 



KAKRINGS 



The KUiotls 
To II ed Ttniay 

WINNIPEG. Feb 4 <fi.- H will h* 
a big day for the EUlotu here to- 
morrow 

Dr. Spencer H Elliott, theology 
prntMsnr at St. John's College here. 
IS to be married to Mias Hhella El- 

The bride I* formerly of Na- 

Honortni^ls^^tirenca J m^rly ww rectgr of Christ Church 

ous shower wa* held on Wedne«Uy| Bryce. Mrs. Alyson White and son. ‘ ow.r*» n y. bussmiu Wlnnlnee ^ee Pre« felt til 

at the home of Marian Blark Those Derek David Ponsford. Uwrence highUghu of Uit «pm- president of the Junior Auxiliary of the ladies look over for the evening. ' • ^ I 

present were Mn. R H Prench. ^ ***“ evening in st. Joseph's Hospital. . Ptclur»J VLK*rtv *‘"'7 wedding wlU be handled 

Ma>tlyn Lanumt. NlU Brown. Lor- fey. Dt^ld Dickson. Douglas ^ ^ sponsored by ^ ^ SatchweU. Mr l^herlj „„ 

ralne Magralh. Beverley Morrison, Chalklln. Hans Undstr^ and preaenuilon of «-ain an out- Norma ElUott unrelated 

Helen 8l John. UydU Belobaba. George Temdu. Guests joining the ' ^^eoue of $600 by Mr Frank »u*mary. wa* again an out j oCk»niR»r and Mr*. C A 

Pauline Vincent. Lorraine Arnei. party after their performance at on behalf of the Vtcti»ia »taiKling success and the usual fun McOlUlvray. all member* of the i ~ 

iHotary CTub, to Mr*. R. O Pearcei snd merriment was provided H| 



SCAKF RINl.S 
NF.CKl.F.IS 

1 00 



Kenton Jewellers 



65J YATES ST 



story of the wedding will be handled 
by aMktsnl society editor Mrs. 



IMPORTED 

Rritish (.oats and Suits 

Voa OISl'AIHII*«STiaO WOMin 
AS ■•!•* T*a*«*4 — SH-WmI 0*S«r*>M SvIU V>M* i«* 
aroTrn swtATva* «r riM*« <*«h*»«rc ••* sa»Ok** wmi 
fMVnarvD woot oavsses — sn*ii«s i-n» anmi** w««i* 

JJircalltllj ^hoyiic 

U«lM «• riM«4lll« esr*e»— 1* l* D*ily <I***M s*» 4 afi 0**« CJVl 

1017 GOVERNMENT. Near Fon G 7332 



Many (diests Attend Rniuinet the Victoria Little Theatre 

field hy Pnrple Star />oW«r> -.-.T^criar 

The 17th anniversary banquet of deputy grand chaplain of B.C : Mr* _ . . . - 

Victoria Purple Bur Lodge No. 104 of B. Manson. charter member nf ||r* 1 1# 7 • i 

the LadlM’ Orange Benevolent Amo- Purple HtAr Lodge. Mr*. E. Dnane. » IT 

eutionwa* heldinthe Orange Hall. RW. past frwnd mUUew of B.C.; C-...»..L llskro 

Courtney Street, on Wednesday. Mrs P Noel RW. grand chaplain lO illM dK I II I C 

... •• r-k . _>k._ B ^ . U- B--« ttf/Ml n..-< JvmmtV 1 



the Victoria Little Theatre were f/,/j,i imliulaiirP 
Mr*. W. EUu, Nora Garcln * 



llrifratlp ActivilU's 



Denum Holmes Cadet Nursing Dl-' 
vision No. 148c will meei on Febru- 
ary 6. at 6 30 pm 



Oak Bay Cadet Nursing Olvuiun' 

8t. John Ambulance Brigade No ^ February 11 



I will meet on February 10. at 8 

I p.m. 



Neiv York llastor 



the LadlM’ Orange Benevolent Asso- Purple HtAr Lodge. Mr*. E. Dnane. » ” p.m. 

eutionwa* heldinthe Orange Hall. RW. past grwnd mUUew of B.C.; lig*rP ... 

Courtney Street, on Wednesday. Mr* P Noel. RW. grand chaplain 1 O kllM dK I II I L Victoria Nursing DivlKlop No. 61 

Mrs H Dent, worthy misiree* of of B C ; Mr Bert Noel, past county * ^jl meet on February 7, at 3 pm. 

the lodge, presided. master of Victoria L.OI^. Mr J. \|*y| I |J(‘S(ldV' I • • • 

Approximately M member*, hus- Humphrlei. RW deputy grand sec- k 4 v i y | Holme* Nursing Division 

bands and guests were present, and reUry of B.C.; Mr J. Branson, Women's Canadian Club wUiIno 148 wUl meet on Febniary I at 

special gUMU at the head table In- county master of VlcUirla U01-, Empress Hotel ballroom g pjn 

aJuded Re? T H MeAlUstex. R.W.'and Mr. Albert Dent, past county Tuesday at 3 46 p m. to hear i • • • 

— ' master of Victoria jj y chang. doctor of phlleeopby | oak Bay Nursing Dlvlidon No 176 

Xrtt-L P#iKf«*r BIRTHnAY TAKE llro® Yenchlnd OnlvenJly. Peiping vlU meet on February 6 at $ p m 

/VPII I flrn f^asufr birthday cakA adorned vrith HU subject will be Whither China. . . , 

Fpipfl nt IjOnfrford pandlM. w** lU by the pc«*enl grand Todays ^ j pallain NursUig Division No 

lodge oRloer*. Mrs. F Noel and Mr*. Or Chang u also editor-in-chicf ipruj meet on February 11, at 8 
T>n Wednesday svrnlng the Lang- B. Hume, and extingnUhed and cut of Christian Farmer Magazine and pm 

subdlvUlon of the OathoUe by Mn. Manson Anniverkary greet- head of the literature department of • • . 

Women's League tendered an «n- ing* were received from Mrs. M Christian Rural Service Union. He ' victoria Cadet Nursing Division 
Joyable buffet supper in the Father Trowsdale. another charter member u an authority on China's ruial g|c vlll meet on ^bruary 7. at 
Oaudetie Memorial Hall in honor'^bo was unable to attend economy and will discuss the poten- g gg pm MUs Connlbear will loc- 

f «>• McAUuter. who was ,uMt ; ture on Cm«nshlp Afullatiend- 

?ew Ywk gave an addrns enUtlod In Western China. U requesled 

•r Kennedy at Langford TOur Mamhlng Order" Others con-. Since leaving Peiping. Dr. Chang - ' , ■ - - , 

HU Ezcellenry BUhop HUl wel-.’^huUng to the program were Mr j has been itudyli^ at t^ Onlverd^ ^ ^ . 

•omed the honor gueet During C Moorv and Mrs J VenablM. who of Toronto and has been 

the evening Father Blake amused irave accordion and violin aelorUons. i with the Intcmauonai Fellowship \ > 

the gUMU with many anecdotm of , Mr B J. BonJoy entertained with , of RecoocUlaOon At preaent he U M ^ » 

hU experiencm with Father Ken- 1 rMilUiions. and Mr. and Mia J. on a speaking tour o» onlveially ■ ^ ^ 

nedy on the latter'* vlsiu to New Berry supplied music for dancing. campusM under the susptoes of the ^ ^ r 

Tork Student Christian Movenient. A fV|/B« 

Mrs H. Anderaon. general con- ^ / i w I' 1 

Among thoee preaent at the wpper ^ ^ by \ * ^ V ’ 

aare Ooi. *«d Mrs, i. Burt. Mrs O. Ounn. Mra' INOIA'A ROAh MAN \ 

Fa^. Eh. Vincent Smith. Mr Alesander. Mrs B J. Headdy.' The Indian Ooverwnenl plans ^ 



The average woman'* purse aeighs 
about three pounds and contains 
around 30 Hems. 



R. A. McLeod Co., Ltd. 

(THI OLD GOLD SHOE) 



New Leceted ot 



nil DOUGLAS 

(Oaa T leten's) 

G 2724 



'Thoa Mrmaghan. Mr snd Mrs.' 
George MacDonald. Mra. MaH 
Fagan. Mr. and Mrs A1 St. Martin. 
Mr and Mra Charlm Bartle. Mr 
M. O. Fagan, of Victoria. Mr and 
Mrs. J. R. Po«a Mr and Mr* ! 
Charles Meohennlck of Oolwood; 
Mr and Mra. Jos Lavertue. Mr. and 
Mra. Julaa Lavertue of Sooke; Mra 
Dotroo. Mr and Mr*. Nap Bedard. 
Mra Bcafe. Mr* Pat Mahoney. Mr* 
V McTavIsh, Mn. Olann, Mr and 
Mra. Valoouit. Mr. and Mra Plta- 
gerald, Mr and Mra. R. Oeorget. 
Mra. Rnbertsoo. Mr. and Mr*. Ar- 
thur McTavlah. Mn. Aikman, Mr 
and Mra Aimer Olson and Unda 
Mn. tannoa. Mr. and Mrs Ooo OU- 
teaple. Mr and Mn Eugene Dion. 
Allan Robertson. Raymond and 
Fbrgy McTavIsh and Bobby Oust. 



PERMS PERMS 
2 

FOR THE PRICE OP 

1 

Phoiw er CaO Abeot TiNs 
Attractive Offer 

LA FRANCE 
Beauty Solon 



Mra. *rhurgood and Mn V Keatiey nearly 7.000 miles of new maradam- 
Mrs. Deni was program convener. ' tsed mads, 3.000 mllee of ronrrete 
Servtieurs Included Mr* E Bons- i trackway* and improvement ot 30.- 
fleld. Mr*. E Bell and MUs t. Noel.’OoO mile* of existing roads 



PRI SPRING SHOWIl^G OF 

Latest 

New York Styles 

^ FOR TOTS 
'12 TO 'TWEENS 



JAMESON^S 

PICKfD for Perfection PACKIO for Protection 
POUMD for Pleosur* 

r**S*4 hf W * rmtt*9 Cm. LM . VIrtorW 



impoitid 

SCOTCH 

KIL'TS 

AND 

SWEATERS 



ARE YOU FUSSY 

ABOUT YOUR BUTTER? 

Arr yoa driven in fwbctitatri^ Why not a*e the substiinits fo? 
eooking snd ssvr the batter lor table «*«* If yon were one of 
the enstomers to b«y lard last week for 23c pound yon will find 
that by adding s teaspoonful of Butertsv. costing fc. yoe will 
h*vc s prodnci that will *ervc yen h*st •• well as batter m year 
home eooking. and berde* saving 47a Ton will hav* saved an- 
other poond of hotter fw table nsa 

Aek Yewr Orocar or Band Direct *n 



{•fstunng s wonderful variety of Giv 
PIsid* . . . also Plaids combined vrith 
aolid-color sll-wool fabric* in ^ 

• DRESSES • SKIRTS 
• JUMPERS 

For AD Ages Prom 3 le lA! 

CIRCULAR -STYLE SKIRTS 

In wool with plaid pipitig at hem 
Bttea 6 to 12 year*. 



GABARDINE SUITS 

Lwkt-wvielM treetr*! t*imr4in«* fer tli* 
leiiWr eiu* OWm awl* rmra 
w*ut-hw>tHi )*rk*'* ettn emtr mo- 
loa le essrl see tereneu* umm* 

GLAMOUR BLOUSES 

wearuy wii*»*< *nk ttmm wne tewtr 

.*M er *alf-f*brtc frlUt. An*. y*l)«v. 
IrfnS. an* vtlMc *«** • i« M 



71J View St. 



0 7443 



LOVE -THE FLAVOR MAN 



G1194 



431 FORT ST. 







I 



B.€. Mamifaclurers Ask Reopening 
0( Sales Tax; Want Same Ael 



Sunday Church Services 



Qlifr Batlg (CalaniBt 



SatanUf, Fvbraary S, 



|) <1 I i»t 11 «HL. «nd lo th« evenlni hr 

^ wUl $ptU oo -Sm ^ 8*lvmUoft.“ 

FAIBriELD , ^ 

Rev. WUliAiu AUsa vUl pr«»ch wrbool II *m 



A«openUtg of thr Bolrs T&x Art ' yeolerdAjr. 



I Compmntlcn Act U)d Um AnnuAl | 



lo otrnd CM>raptkm« on '^aruclci Th« iruup. hc«ded b7 W. L. | UoUdoy Act. 

ood mot^rtoU'* UMd In (Donufoctur- MAcken, alao Mked tlw Govern* j tender Um mIm tax aa U noo 



Anglican 



(HKIHT curacu CATUEUBAL 



1 1 45 am Kvmaoof, T pm. Rev K J 

I Juoea. 

I 81. Stephen'^ Mount Ntwlno 



Baptist 

C'ESTRAL 



and diacuas the future of the UnCeil 
Church Ifi Canada and ahroad 
KmphaaiA upon the peilUon to the 



OAR BAY 

Dr. W. W. MLPUcteoQ preach 



Provincial Oovemm«l “that m In the moruin* oo “Pear Not.’ tnd 



Ing waa aaked by a 16*man dele- ment to make no chao«ea thla year , » »aa potnu d out, only th«*f | Holy CommunlMi will be ©ele- Communion, ll:S0 pr. j r. Rowell wUl preach at ' amendment to any ataiuie wUl pr *n the evenin* on “Pebruary^Be 



gatloo of manufacturera which In the Indua trial CuncUlatlon and itema Uk* caUlyiU which com- bra ted at I am., followed by Choral WiBtem. 



11 a-m. on the aubiect “The Holy a<y>pted which would create furthtr Thy Name la Hope 



totenrirwed the Provinrtai Cabinet ArbltraUoo Act or the Workmcn a pietely dtaappear In Oie proeeaa of Kuchanat at 11 with a aermoo by| Bt- Mary a, Baanlchton— Matlna. Spirit In the Convlctloo of Bln *" ouUeU for liquor aa a beveragt- 

qjAnulacture are exempted. Thla the dean. Evenaong will be aung at 10:15 am Yen. W. C. Weatem. and In the evening on "Ood on the will be made. Sunday achoo) at 10 

I *..| o. • V D la* limited the exemption to cheml' lU 7:30 pm when the dean wtU again Holy Trmlly. Pamela Bay— Throne: ‘God Buries Hla Workmen, in the evening the pastor wd! 

IjlltIC atones lor ISCdtlinC • • • - ^ dem«d any beneflu lo luchjbe the preacher. Commenting to- utany and Holy Bucharlat, 11 am Cairlea oo Hla Wort" The preach on “Roaea in Deoember" 

at rwomiTTop w smUnM Induatrlea aa mlllinf. logging and morrow evening aervlcaa will d# rw- R MelvlUt. Lort’a Supper will be observed. 1 BLLMO.ST 

.*VM «!d ®*L ' 81. Andrew’a, Sidney-Holy Coo- EMMANtEL Rev C R McGUlivray wUl preach i 



AJMPEB PAYH LKIHTFOOT 
A CALL • 



a» rwoaiTTop w auwdaae 

(IHTFOOT I that he hadn't aeesi a certain old 
• friend for eomeUme. He had aeen 



Jumper the Hare waa apeiwling a I moet of bta other frlenda, hla eoualn. ' 



general manufacturing. 

I RE UP MATERIALS 
TheM mduaulea. the group argued. 



sumed In the Jamea Bay Hall i 



.Niagara BueeO at 7:30 pm and Evenaong. 7:90 pm 

will be conducted by Rev S. J ]^y ^ MelvlUe. 



c^fortabl. winter. He faU P^ter Babbll. Mr., Grouse. Happy 
that tome of hU neighbor, were J»ck Squirrel, ChiUerer the Red matenaU whi^ do imt become a 



Wlckena. 



ST. JOHN’S 



^nla^g Drummer the V^oodpecker. prt of the flniahcd product but The rector wUl preach at • vlUe. 

^piamuiif wiwny of hard umea. fummv which ei»ler into the coat of produc- and 1 1 % m at the wrvice of Holy 



10:16 am Yen. W. C. Western. and In the evening on “Ood on the wUl be made. Sunday acboo) at 10 Pr<« Kvlprion 

Holy Trmlly, Pamela Bay— Throne: *004 Buries Hla Woarkmeo. > m in the evening the pastor wd! I rCSD\lcri3n 

Utany and Holy Bucharlat, 11 am Cairlea oo Bis Wort" The preach on “Roeea in December - ANbEtW 8 

Her. R Melville Lord’. Supper will be observed. BtLMONT ^ j Lewi, vv McLean con- 
st. Andrew’a, Sidney— Holy Com- EMMANUEL r^ C. R McOUlivray wUl preach tlnue. hla morning course >>r ver- 

munlon. I am. Evenaong. 7:90 pm r«v. w. L, IdcKay will s p<»k m at 11 am. oo the topic 'Tlie Tr. | mona on the Book of R<niana 

Rev. R. MelvlUe. morolug oo the topic **A World finite Love of God.- and at 7 30 Hpeaktnt nti “Right WM<h Ood. ' and 

St. AuguaUDc'A Deep Cove— Holy Wide Viaioi^“ and in the evening pm. on *The World'a Conqueror m the evening he wUI rrcitlnue hH 
: Communion, 0:30 am. Rev. R Mel- on “The Meaaagv In the Lord*! Song arnlce at 7:15 pm. Sunday I series on "Bibllr.I Defaulters' ami 



EMMANUEL 



He knew that Reddy and Qjanny , Tommy Til the Chickadee. Sammy 



AUIUUJ7 I 5V WIC RyU5\lbMAW« 49MAAAM/ ----- - ~ | 6 l Alb«n'a-Haly Communion a. 

1 Jay. Yank-Yank the Nuthatch, and and result m pyramldmi of Communion. The Urd Btshop wUl ^ Sunday school at 10 a.m 



Fnx. R/njglilcg the Hawk. Hooty the 



Supper." Ordinance of the Lord'^ school end Bible claseee at 9:40^>ti> will preach 00 live Upic ' lie Tr:en 
Supper wiU be observed. PIRST jtn His Cake and Eat It " 



XWA, ai5T F»lkW«. 55V.^F\7 vaaw. • iKm #mw 

Owl end Old Man Coyote were not’P*-«‘^7 **“^7 Porcupine. Of **» 



Rev. Moir A J Waters will prewil.j 



^ .V ’ Matlna and aermon at 11 am. Eveu- Rev O. R Eaater will preach on m the morning on the subj 



ST. FAl L 6 

Mr. Orr will s|)eak at 11 am. on 



ijwi. ana v»in man were nm ’ * • ' • ^ n— nr*lnrt« >t VIO n »n — w. •» ip». — - av ■ 

flndu.g I* the easleet thUig in ihr'^U enenrtea he had seen rather Exemption was asked on • articles i^img and eernum. 7 30 pm Rev. P u»r "Soule Lungtiig." the sixth in ’Landmarlw and Wen Poei«. ’ amll-A Fatih Ur Trying Time,, 



world «. nil thnr««n.«.lu Hr kn« “ ■«>“>« '''' 1““^' 

It to Ulr lirrWM...- way Ul whlc)l !*>»"> '"«»'«■> “ “""f"' WtUPt”™'. •“'H »“l" ' “T- MART K 

Ihr, hurriwi him Wt... rood wui «'">*< <>< "< « 

pirnmul Don. boytrrrd lOD. otort ' “""I U.hUoot thr pr.rlucuan ol ,oo<U. 

Ot oour-. hr had o. w.leh out not . Tutl"* •<> »'>r "CA. Act, oo which 



UMM/ »i.iinrtri. o* 1 1. M. ToDuilin. aeries of mcditatlona on The , m the evening on "Whai's the Use' 7;30 pm on ’”1116 ( 

ST. MART'S gj Mary's. Metchoaln— Holy Com- ! Paalme, tn the morning, and lu the second m the sertra on modem ex- , OU,ry>uf Man. 

Holy CMomunlun at 5:30 am. and! munlon at 11 am. Rev. J. C.'eveiUng will begin a series of ver- preaaiona In ancient aeiUnrt. 

Km. Archdeacon A. de L. Nunns chappeU. [mona baaed oo young petjplesj K>Ql IM.ALT j'l • -• ^ 

Ul preach at 11 am. and 7 pm,, Trinity, Booke - Evening “Voice of the| -rhe EmphaUs of Jciua.’ wUl be l.nrLslian aV 

inday Khool at 9:46 am for prayer at 3 pm i Deep, will follow the evening aerv- T. E HuUing s topic for ih ' •’Spirit ' wlU be the 1 

niors and 11 a.m. for Junlorv, . i ice. -..-..iw.’- I ^ . . u .a. 



_ _ Doom. Archdeacon A. de L. Nunns chappeU. 

Of oouraerbe hid^VwMtch W not • Turing to tlie I.CA. Act, oo which! wUl preach at 11 am. and 7 pm, ; Trinity, Booke - Evening ! "Voice of the' 

to be muKht nxppUig but he neveti "Let me ihlnk. ” mullered Jumper.! labor groupa have re«iuested nuraer- 1 Sunday school at 9:45 am prayer at 3 pm i Deep. wlU follow the evening serv-' 

waa what yt^i would eaU hunted I with on* hand on hU forehead ous changes, the group pointed out, aeniort and 11 am. for Junlorv. Aldan'a-Rev T H Orunths ^ I 

Now. however, u seemed U .me ori Where would Ughifut be likely lo.ihe pnv-.nl act had been worked primary and pre-primary. LjU preach in live oionung and hU * ' 

another waa ou hU trail nuat of the *Uy In such hard weaUicr aa OTHER SERVICES ' topic will be "God Forbid that I Olher Denominations 

time. But ihis didn't worry Jumiwr ; have been having lately? He'U be enr.t and abould be given a reaar.n- j _ _ . . ^ , t^uid SeU the Inheritance of Mvi l/riimilllldllOIIS 

aa much aa you mlglit think U would, where he c»n enough lu eat and »ble chance to prove lU uaefulneta ^ ^'^our a. Vlcto^ ' Fatherv* and Id the evening on ABSOLUTE scrUNCE 

have. You ^e he hce a great dea.^here he wB. have shelter to keep In prvMTVlng industrial hamumy. , Cc^rato -The Unity of Life" wiU be the' 

Of faith in tluxve long leg, of hla,,ivlm warn. Hal I know the ve^[ FAVMKNTS HEAVY | L^nert ^^lih ifa ‘ce. 7 15 pm. [subject of the service In Newsleadt 

a^. truth to tell, rather enjoyed I Communion, ll am. Evensong, St. Malthlaa'-Ho-y commuiUon, Hall. 734 Kurt Street, at 11 a.m. 

^exereweof agoodnmnowaiKl *fheu U.ere.I beiievenigosuaight.o«rapen«^ Act had grown , „ ,, and 11 am Evensong. 7 30 ALLIANCE TABERNACLE 

“ ”* “;r «..^.-..c^Hiii_H.ycc..iP- H-ny, w„n„ wm ^ 

IW,. -u,y«,yr. .DD,tor h.d im. Ry'r"D..N .‘a. .T 

«"u w”;Tmtru‘IdJ^ be to«t;dyould be left' alone [ St Peter. MisaUm. Lake Vlt TORIA TRl TH t’E.MKE 

hark and buds which were within necmmendalioii of a year ago St. Paul’s, Esquimalt-Holy Com-| ^ ****^*y 

rewrh by alUing up very stTalgh* “ sharply aa usual. TTila Is for the purpose of the Annual George's, Cadboro Bay— Holy ' gam Church school and ^ moniing on the subject 

or even standing on his hind H happens that he dldn l see Holiday Act. the “working year ’ b* Comnnmton. • am. Choral Com- gung Eucharist 11 am Holy Bap-i '*^ Shepherd’s God." and In the 

when ner«r7. It waa very simple ' * «*Haia grey form sUpplng frum ; reduced to 259 days waa repeated mimion and aermon. ll am Even- ^ ^ Evensong and sermon ! «''*"»«« <» “The Ood la Music." 

fare, but there was all he needed. ^ behind him, keeping yesterday, and the request that the sermon. 7:90 pm The pni. r«t r. h CreaL | GRACE LITUE&AN 

and so he had no complaint •* “ possible, requirement for payment of one- ch^wh acbool, 9:45 am. Rev. WU-! school. Warn Theme ot the 

One day ll popped Into hla head ***’ *hwwlng nearer and eighth of a day's pay for each com- ham HlHa. 1 IE II sermon at 11 a.m will be "The 

■■■ - - Jumper It Old ^ pJete week of work be deleted for] St David's-by-the-Sea. Cordova J OUtll KGU V Tranafigurrt Lord." Bveulng Wor- 

CIli'Ktlfl.s Coyote, and hla eyes gleamed with employees who work leas than a Bay— Sunday school, 10 am Even-i *•' ship. 7:90 pm., theme vrtll bt “The 

^ ' rHai-^rsDctrmsw" hunger aj^d ea^rness and cunning year. nang. 7:30 pm. Rev. C. B Prtese. Source of Real Life " Luther Lewgue 

™ l>oll(l.ir.iCoDiD.imloo. • .m Church KhoU, The auDU*! Inict-<!M>omln»Uoi>.l : - 

.uui vouihR.uyo<vici«iawuitoh.id ^ 

B«r »i n»r{ MS ( ««i» atr«€u s'li^i , i^rirt, ihtom toto.., w. .«ri ' * fewstd foT cnntjnuoui Baptlon, 1 pm. Erenaong. 7 pm. »i j ao pm Sunday In the Me- B ■■ 

^ i? “L *“! ■**? encourage the le«»en. ' Rev. Canon A. B Greenhalgh. i mortal Hall L I K 9 ^ 

I^TTxa DAT saiKTS Ing of turnover As the act stood It Vl-W tovv.l_r7h..rch .na a fm* orouram ha- been arranBed ■ B B^ ..r^S-S- 



primary and pre-primary. j W- Aide's- Rev. T. H, Oriffl^, 

• will preach io tlw mortuog and his 

OTHER KEKVICE8 'topic Will be "Ood Forbid that I 

St. Saviour's, Victoria West- ' Should SeU the Inheritance of My ' 
Corporate Communion Altar Guild, ^•^herv' and lo the evening on 
9 am ChUdrens church, 9 45 *m , ” Song serv- 



ABKOLITE nCIENCE I 

The Unity of Life" wlU be the' 
subject of the service in Newslead 
HaU, 734 K.irt Street, at ll a.m 
ALLIANCE TABERNACLE 
Rev, Henry Werner will be gue^t 



E>QllM.ai.T I 

"The Emphasis of Je^ua.” wUI be| 



at 7:30 pm on "Ttie Glory ol Ood 



(ilirLstian Science 



morning service. 

MElROFOl HAN 



“Spirit" WlU be the leason-subiect 
aitd Will inciude the paseace frtun 
the Bible The fear of the end in 



Other Denominations Rev a K WhUelvouae wm preach brginnlng ol wHd .m good 
*«arh...Tr I hi the moml.ig on "The Qu.st U t understanding have all they ihat do 

ABSOLUTE nCILNCE evening un the c>imn.vrwim nu; His praise en- 



Clll'KCTfFS 



rnai-^rsDcirwisK , a* *jfUy as a shadow, now running 

H a «tu«« TM »■ nciw crawHng on hia stomach, he 

chn«:»dMatUM Aor*j a*a« lui »»f. ! followed Jumper, and. aa the dta- 

•■^“”iMore between them grew leas and 



hunger ai)d eagemesa and cunning year. 

Aa aofUy as a shadow, now running r wbmttted tlvat the chief 



Youth Rally 
Here Sunday 



^ GRACE LlTUE&AN 

Bible achooL lO'am. Theme of the 
sermon at 11 a.m. wlU be The 
Transfigured Lord." Bveulng Wor- 
ship. 7:90 pm., theme will bt The 
Source of Real Life " Luther Lewgue 
8:30 pm. 



topic "Masicry over Obarsslon. " 
CENTENNIAL 

Rev W R Ashford wiU Lake lor 
hla subject "Jesus and IntoxicaiitA 

I “Voice of 
the Deep” 

Natural C«>lpr Viund I'llm 
A Sermon Fr«»m S* lence 

First Baptist 
Church 

SUNDAY, FEB. 6. at 9 P M. ; 



t^yyxn uat ssikts | "hu m, w“ »«»a *i View Royal-Church schodf and A fine program haa been arranged 

ir:.’. 'ISS 1^^ noZnTin. IT '» — ' Crdod A. t UKludID, pryp.r..,nn o, . -or^p 



Duxuoci. lam Church school, The annual inter -denominational ’ 
am. Matins. 11:15 a m. Holy youth R*Uy of Victoria wUl be held 
.on, 1 pm. Evenaong, 7 pm. j 30 pm. Sunday In the Me- 
Canon A. B Oreenhalgh. [mortal HaU. 

w Royal— Church schodl and A fine program haa been arranged 



0*9 S*inU ao« Kjn|i CU>^ BiMSAt 
•fSmol IS « ■) . »*»nlnt wrvtc* 7 M 
v' sloet KbcNit o isit s<r«rrsoef •«ic«n« 

___ ’ CtOSetL HALLS 

oo^i H»n tsia' oas a«* 
Art. ,.irii»r Otvt* iVin4«* •( tl ■ m 
tore’* ivppR, J V n . Rund»? •rbrwtt, 
•W a ■ 'intari ••rtica, tp«ak«r klr 



But Jumper knew nothing about 
this. Of course, It was very careless 
of him not to be watching, and not 
at all like him. for he la such a 



service and sing-song. FUm The, 



crease amounting u, 2 per cent. 1 ortonhalgh. service and sing-song 

HONEYMOON OVER | ^ Colwood-Holy Com- voice ot the Deep.' 

Said Mr. Mackeit' The honey- 1 munlon, ll am. Sunday school, water. wlU be shown. 



St. Johns, Colwood-Holy Com- Voice ot the Deep.' token under 









timid fellow that usually he suspects ® Industry Is over. The time 9 45 a.m. Rev. H. J. Jones 



danger where no danger la. 



haa come when we must watch our 



N#U Fr**#r <*M dUpl*Y, al tou w*a mt> HIlaA «k. *My Ul bUllneRl." 

S an araftf and minUirr PridAf nUed with the 

' rtiidrr«-» haur | thought Of csUlng On Lightfoot iltc Included In the delegat 



delegation were - ■ — 



St. Matthew's, Langford — Holy 
Communion, • am. Sunday echool. 



OAJUjtnna aoHm ball Deer that, for the tune bring he T. A. Lamb and J, M BUrke. BC. 

ic*4*» vui ra*« »i Hui*t4«i forgot everythUiK else. By and by Association. F. H Adames 

•w.«T“ he came to a path In the snow. It ^ Darwell, BC. Truck D)g- 

‘iM CM pwlh. for the snow waa •*''**’ Association. O. H. M'‘Vean. 

’ ‘«r ^ ^ C. T. MarUn, Hugh 

- by someone who oould not walk « and O. B Olsen, Canadian 

reo PN -ctiwrttt. BMUM the crust as could Jumper and the Manufacturers’ AssoclaUon <B C 

i^JoVm -wooin, i iBMung. 'fher little people, someone who Hegioni. P Edgreumbe, C. Stens- 

* Q**W\y;:rrVd .t„d, heavy and whose feet cut ^ K McCarter. Con- 

m,- - through almost to the ground, ■^bdsted Red Cedar ShluRle Manu- 

7 «s f TI»*. Jumper chuckled. f*cturers’ A.v--daUon; J. c. Stewart, 

*T.c-.«u'o»«. H.II *is wsdAr. *, ! •Juataalihoughr-’s.idbe. and. 1"^“"'/!^ /^lation of BnUah . 
•nw 11 •« Weiints ArrMiof >‘i! looking UD Jumner uw where here Dotumbla; Dale Put, A. L. Johann- 

h.” •"" •■■■' = « mi„id, .w 

j:5':',.r,'r.',r;:T,'T-.?.ri;T ir »<■'■> bii,r„’Dit. coiu.nbi., w. 

a.&«T I- a»itu «m Jw sn. He did not Jump down Uito the New WestmUxster 

wlgreM t* I'erU'iatis n»ur*»i*l. i pw.' .... uowu u»w uic _• Trade W t HanH>An n 

prtrn «rd <iiBr.tteiviBs. rrM*r. 7 e w I pwth, but hopped along on the crust _ .,,,, , • ^ ^ Harnaon, D. 1 

n. rhuerw. ««»,“ ter *u be,, sr.4 PreaenUv It branched. T fwiners' OiKrrwt- 

Kow 00*1-1 MPII. «r».r t jomi* »• '‘''Pt ® tb* right, and alcr a Morm"'\ton’^uv« RoTm “r*?l? 
•ns N*7 Mr**4t Lmg-« Dp* ii a m little thla led him . ».i— . -v.... Morris. Vancouver Board of Trade 



Ur aiener Bar** 

- 

7 ee P U — Cblldr*it • BMUa*. 
TburKlajr- 

t JO P U --Wutevii’t iBMUng. 

tpepKrr Un U 8>.,rlair 
0 40 PU tVairr *011 Sibli •todr. 
Pri'- - 

7 uO P U.--T*«(. TlaM. 



Vic'.OfU Umm< Hell US Papdnra 4 t 



Aom be, Gio*(**l Nall. rorn«r at Ja»«i>b 



•nd u*7 mn*«i Lu»d-« Dor Horn little this led him to a nlace where eoaro ot rrade 

Hnokihi of Bnad. J p«. »ir.d.v . h.^i mm lo a pisce Where ^ Lumber 

7 J# p«p Q««e»i Rkwitnt. tpeokrr M> , pathi secmed to run In every diree- ^ . _ . . ^umwer 

*•?.: U n. Jumner sat un and w-rwh h-d Aaeoclatlon of Can- 



joea !*•* iMw Ol L*Baoa. unione, woa-i •! _ i,,— 

readsT. I B.B». Bibl* tiady (Bt JiiHa vUI;[ “ P* JUiPpW Sat up and scraUhed 

• PAC armror weruni j hU head aa If that might help him' 

i.i rirrasa^ _ J decide which one to take. But It' 

■pp* Laih.nin Chnrch H» oorrteo thM didn't and he wss stIU altung there 

Boadoi Wrr I- Ol-rorU WlU «d lOOUIWd w . ^ ^ 

oa p.braarr 11 «( ll ow i wondrrtng Which way to go when 



CANADIAS BANKS 
There are rvow only ten chartered 



First Initec Church 

Coraor Qaodra diroo* oad Bolworal 
Wood 

Tloiorlo. a. C. 

Set. MeU a. J. Wiiora. »A. B.B. 

Ulnlit«r 

a«f. P W. Aodorioa. U A. 

vuiund Ulnuur 

Mr «M Ure. Baborto W«*4 

Direrion of Uotte 

BIGHTY-8BVENTH ANNI- 
VBRSARY SERVICES 

11 A M.~ “LANDMARKS 
AND SIGNPOSTS'* 

S«lel*t Waad 

7;30 P.M 

"WHAT’S THE USEr 

Becand in BerU* on 
"Uod.m Exprewioue la Ancipat 
8MUOd«" 

BolaUt Defp’hr UM Charlaa 
Tba Mtalitw *1 Bath SarvtaM 
ALL AfU WXLCOMI 



FAIRFIELD UNITED CHURCH 

Pl«a PUbU fetlar Be* W. Allaa 

10 A U — Buodar Brtiaai 
11 00 A M 



Orw* (vaaeoiKoJ LgiborMi cbaiob. by some thick, k>w hemlock bank* in Canada in 1881 there •tw* ratiod esarr a o ouaaa •< Haw* 

■MWU Avrna* and Bi*athor« suoat, j c tree* he Saw what looked for all the *** ' 



Srr p*M.r ^ f, . tree, he «* w^t looked for .11 the 

oa., anr.hip, 7-JO pa worship WO rid like bare br>)wn branchiw 

' aALvaTioK ABut ' etlcking out of the anuw, only aa 

Th* BaifSMoB Arar. viHarto Wot ' he looked U>ey moved. Jumper, 

OOFM CoilMriii* sed p’riri* H'.n- |k ,,„,,,_,4 .w- u ^.,4 ..I 

n«oi BMil'tgt saiardor. 0 pb» Bandti., bard snow cniat] 

ii 0 a oad T.ie P a. l»fa ••»iaa po^d* lightly inetonUy a beauUful head 
Buodof aomlof Bfit»'l<rr O O W»i- * , 

boara Dtvuion*! T I' e#'tMorv appeared above ihe axow and on It 

atvajrrw dav aovintist were thoae bare brown brancheA' 

Bovtoih Par AdvroUit. Bobbotb MrrirM TTicy Were the horns of Lightfootl 

(Soiardor) SobboUt mbaoi *M oa. — k.. . _ 

poUK ootobjp II 0 a . Toutu eropa » H, ^bo had been toklng a nap , 
pa w»dn«Mior pram a««uiit. 7:P4 pa In the ihelter of the heml(xk trwes. 
All ol thnrrb cor foadoro s»a ,....1 

oM v*nop««*i at po»r« o »♦** * *»"»* K> *»«ke you a call!- 

BpiRiTrAi.isT Jumper. 



AU young people are Invited. 

METROPOLITAN 
UNITED CHURCH 

Catocr pMdPrp Ac*, ood Qoodro SL 
Poiter 

a«f A B WfeO*heuw. B D . O D 

Orior.ut ond Cboiraottir 
Bdaac BotlPWoj. LHBU. A.TCU. 

II A M. 

THE QUEST FOR OOD" 

7:30 P.M.— “MASTERY 
OVER OBSESSION" 

Pr*«rA*r 

D«. HbHobow** ol WaiS iaraia** 

Uornlnff BololPi- Un. B C ai««t* 
Cirnint BoloUt Ur H L. K*ra*«ertb 
rbarcb Bebpol 

• U A M (MrrtnMiiou ond Bentor 
tt A M -Janinr* n*fmn*r*. Priaorr, 
Kiirtcrr 

Halt Saodoj fvbroorj tSUi 

UciropnUuo WlU CeUbrou lu Pdtb 
Aontroriorv 

Bpcctol Prtochtr for ih« Dor. 
PftOPRSAOR BAPIL UATUrwa. 

UA <OSPr.> 

Mao«of. 0 U TM. 

Annuol BonsurM —Apaclol Rppok*r. 
on g O' BAAOBtl 



H to* >4 A. Xocitr. BA. BTb P«i | 

^ Ur. Obvtr Stoat. Ordoxutl ond rboiraooUr 

ll A U -Oiorcb Btbool 

it SU— MOBHIHO WOMMIP -TWr SOt L S lONOtbO" 
(Coaaunloo Bcrri(*> 

Oteir Antb*«.. “1 B*« HU Bkwd Upon rho B ‘ tRobaMofi' 
Bak>Ut- Mr* L Pool* 

2 IS p.m.— >'*Chie*ei end Sfery Tinte loc Children" eve* CJVi 
1:00 p.ei.— Twiligltt Recifol, Choir «f Jirvf United Church 
t ie PM -BvrNINO WOABUIP- -WHAT ABOtT SIHtlAt* - 
«Pir*t In B«ri«a on Tounf PoopI* * qti*«tinn*< 

Choir Antbrm -Omp Aivtr ' •Burl«itn> 

BoioUl Mr* A Orodd* 

• PU— Ptia *nroirK or thv orp.p” 



CENTRAL BAPTIST 

W* PT«o*b CbrU* CVoHBod, at»*a. ood Canlop Af*ts 



PAVOOBA AVX>n'P 



i. M BOWBI4. Pttior 



It AM— *"nu BOLT ertarr vt oohvictios op oiV“ 



7 JO P M -Ooopot torvua 



Bor^ Strvw t IS 



n>r«M 11 oa.. IrMua. 7M pa 



truaw*' "tiol oddrra • enrituoii*a. ' to* i 
Woltpt H*td*r. ThurodAF. • P a n*oltitd recepuon. 



'Tve come to make you a call!" 
cried Jumper. 

Next Story: Jumper geU a queer, 



tritisb-lsrael VVorld 
Federation (Canada) 



Tl r«DAT fTB Stb— « r M 
hswiirrAu HAU. im ton str*ot 

"SCIKNCB and RELIGION " 

Bpcakrr MB O A. Ll'TBaiS 
• Th* Hint'* U*«**r.c*r ' o BtWf 
prarniotiOA. rernr* lo roa av*r CJOR 
>eoo> ***17 Sondor At I Ai pa. Th* 
»pa*k*r U Rrv g J Bprlnff«U pf 
TaroMp < 

UoodAuorirrt ond Bookroom 
mt Qtiadro 8lr**| . Phono O TBll 
to-rttorr'a Phono fl OSil 



BdloUt A PptUr t 

f>or PvtiUaa to ibo BC Oa«*rna*Di _ _ _ "" 

"TTtot no BB«ndm*M to ar*« itoiuu will OAK BAY UNITED CHURCH 



-“God on the Throne” 

BtBlPS All WOEXMKV. Bt T CABIIIAA AN HIB IkOBK 
Wo Invito Ton lo TTti* BlMo-T*octlng Minuir? 



St Andrew's Presbyterian Cburcb 

D(*«ni«wo-.DOOOLAa riRXXl AT BAOOOHTOB 
Minloior Bool J L W UcLSon M A 
II AM-'‘BIOttT WITH AAn** 

7 M PM— -MS TBIXIi TO HAVS HIS t'ABC. AhU 
tAT tT'-- 

W> W*lrimr Viaiti'* 



bo odoptod whirh «iiutd rtoau furibor 



■JUUolo for Mo'ior on ■ bowrac* ' 
7 JO PM -Aa**« IP Ovrowhar" 
Bolottc Ur* Morv Yoaaon 



All COrdUUr fnvitod 



rrK TrxiiuiAi united UK* U ltin*'air Ur* J H Briunti 

It'' ItlvnlAl CHURCH 

Oarpv Am«. «*#*r Oovoroaatt Stroot Anlhoa -nir TwUUM Bhod.rwa" <Woo^) 

uinuior B.V w A AMUore.B* Emm«nutl Boptu't Choreh 

It AM -••««• AND IHTOXICAJrri- f.r.aaad ao4 flUO.t.o* 

AntbOB. '•Wbai of lb* HlKht" rThoatpaoni ' B*«. W. L' MiKar. B.A . B D . pa*u* 

Snio. Mr. J. Alaond u A M • "A woAUi-wiDC Vision" 

•olout Dr R J Manatee Bole. Mr* J W Oiolu.p 

7;S0 P.M.— "mH AND SALVATIOH- 

. .w _ “TR« MtOVAOt IV THX LOBO'S 

Anthem ''Tha Twiiitht Bhadowi PoIT' Bl’PrrB" 

k to!o Btanlrr Krtooirhartb 

■oiwot Mr* A D M*«k AdBlnuirollon of th* Lord'* Pappor 

10 A M . Bibl* noM tl. Sundov Belwoi BamUr Brhool. f *1 AM Priaorr 11 A U 



^ [ flWtooad by T7a A*op.>i*t*dji*o,pop.r« . 

9ll»i Uitltod aMritopLiPi Chur«b. A bill. " 1 

P Wo: Itl Corewroot Buwt. 8un40F aw way ^ rx /X m m 

K I W f! f) Q M 

to*. r*i* Uliii*. tipvor aoooot**: *ol«ut. Rto 11 1 VJ V/ ITl 

kdiB. b*riu(ci I 



MiUh*D ood Oronito 
Minuior W w UrPJi*r*oo. MA. DTh. 
Dlrorter of Uu«ir franrl* Btovanoen 
HAM- -ffAB Hor* 

Anihrm "T* Dvua <Wnod«ard» 
D«ei "Hf'W n***i ih* Naar" 

UK* U Pinr'air Ur* J H Briuoti 
130 ru -rKURf ABT.-BC< Al'se THT 
VAUr IS HOPf“ 

Anlhoa 'Thr TwUUM Bhod'j»*“ iWoodl 

Emmcmual Boptist Church 

r*rB««*d aiMl flU0«t*o» 

B*«. W. L' MiKar. B.A . BD. Pa*U* 

U A M • "A WOaUl-WlDC VISlOb" 
Bole. Mr* J W Oiolu.p 
7 10 P U 

*TRR Mtd«Ant IV THK LOBO'S 

il’rrra" 

fh-!a Btanliy K'MioFrharcb 
Adainutrollan of tho Lord'* Pappor 







II A M 

"WORSHIP" 

(Communion) 
Junior Church 



9.45 A M 
Sunday School 

SPECIAL 



7:30 P M 
"A Great 
Evangelistic 
Beiyice" 



socim or pbishimi 

•Md*tr of Pripnd* lUuaktri. 1031 Porn 
•trvpt ofl Pprt Bandar aootlns >•* •*'* 
oblB ll o a VUllora or* «*i«<oa* 




KINGDOM 

MINISTRY 

Lood*v: UA TOM JOU.T 

SoSiMt. Soedof. liSO PM 

-A8 IT WAS IN THE DAYS 
OP NOE" 

Tin MCBBAOB THAT CHXBAB 
toiUob l•r*ol 

PUBIM MISe riHBL JAMWB 
KBWSTBAO WALL— ISA POST BT. 



CFRISTADELPHIAN 

OWANOB WALL— TM rOt'BTHTT BT. 
PTBUC LBCTVRS — 1 M P tS. 
Bwb)**l 

*^X HINOOOM or CK 3 D" 



Hear! 




THE 

SALVATION 

ARMY 

CITADEL 

1f1 PooSor* Avaooo 
Hojar ood Mr* f WavUtt 



SATt BBAT—S f M 

Don't MU* Ih* Muiiral prn«r»a bj th* 
UIALA' CHORUS 

■t'NDAT— TWO IVSPiAATIOKAL SKSYICBS 
It A U 7 SO P M 

Coao ond Rrorh Out for o iweponint of th* 
Work of Ormr* 

Paroooll af C*pt Hilda W*ad for Ikratll 

Sunitav Bthool IM PM 
All Ar* Wrlr«a* 



VICTORIA TRUTH CENTRE 

Church of the Heatin^Word 

MINISTER RfV IMMA M. SMILCY 

•OimAT BBAVK'aB n A U and T » PAL 
All Other Maolinct ai t7nol 
mi POST erurr 



PREMIER 
L C. MANNING 

of AIbwrtw 

Over 

CKWX 

EACH SUNDAY 
1:30 h> 2:30 P.M. 

Ih Hlo 

BACK-TO-THE- 
BIBLE HOUR 

Bcoedca*! Timely Topics in the 
Light ol Soriptare 

OM-Fsshiened Hymns 

Sung by 

Singing Ensemble 
* Aasbs*«sdor Ooartet 
BOLOIST8 

• Violin 

By e Orgsa 

• Piano 

^WESTERN CANADA'S 
PIONEER GOSPEL--. 
BROADCAST* 






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•obdkV Baboof SAS AM 



First Church ci 
Christ, Scier list 

eWAMBBrna BT. oed PAJrOOAA ATS. 

A Brottcb ot Tb* Mother ClioraS, 
TTm Pint CUVTOS of ChrUi. Seionttn. 
In BootOB. Moaooehaootts 

Bl'KOAT SIBTICSa 
11 AM ond 7 Je PM 
•dbi*ai' 

“SPIRIT" 



WDUDAT BCMODL 
11 SM. 

IBBIIMOMIAL Mgrmto 
Woenoadop, S PJtf. 



TW* poMU utoofwd ta otipne o 
PUSS LBCTTWg M CTuloAtne 
towwca n tb* Cberob Bdifioo. Pn- 
dor. Pobroory 11. ol I ».a. 



ALL ARM WBiCOAfS 

ArloAloa brtoeo* proowa* or* roBI*- 
•not ever SOL. IMd b«. 0*0*7 Bo*«r- 
dop Ol I «a p.a. and *v«r CAMI. MS 
e* . oTorr Boneop ot S AS 0* 






Ovw SJA, MS ko, «***? Tdooeop ot 
■ u em. 



Hugh J. Campbell 

In the Thrillmg Study ^ 

“SECRETS OF 
THE INNER 
TEMPLE” 

SUNDAY, PKB. A 7J0 P M. 

«t thw 

Seventh- Day 
Adventist Church 

Coroer Psodori Avwnwe asd I 
VaiKewver Street I 

EVERYBODY WELCOME 



Evangelistic Temple 



im BI*a*bo*d S4 i*t Pood*** Avo.) 

11 A.M„ Commonioo • 7:90 P.M., Evangelistic Rally 
Good Musk, Rooaing Bong Service • All Welcome 
Paatom: R. A. and BPFIE REYNOLDS 



HEAR REV. H. WERNER 

DepuutiocuU Secretary for Weet Indite Minion 
St All Services Sunday 
A Little Man With a Dynamic Mesaage 
DON'T MISS THESE SERVICES ' 



Hear These Messages 



SUNDAY AT 7:^"Is the. Bible True After AllF* 
WEDNESDAY AT 8 P.M.»“fhe Pmare Judgments" 

BETHESDA GOSPEL HALL 

1900 OAK BAY AVENUE, CORNER DAVIE 
MR NEIL FRASER PREACHES 



TWO SPECIAL ADDRESSES 

“Gabriel the Ueeeenger" • "Michael fbe Arcliang«r 
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 8 and 11 at 7:90 P.M 



durelh forever, '■ 

Anglican Services 

"CHRIST CHURCH 
CATHEDRAL 

Deon and Reclor: 

The Very Rev. G. R. Calvert 
Assistant- 

The Rev S J. Wickens 
THE FIFTH SUNDAY 
AFTER THE EPIPHANY 

HOLY COMMUNION 
SAM 

CHORAL EUCHARIST 
M AM 

Pre^-her THE DEAN 
EVENSONG— 7 30 PM 
Preocher THE DEAN 
EVENSONG— 7 30 P M. 
JAMES JJAY HALL 
(Niogofo Street) 
Preacher 

THE REV. S J WICKENS 

— SUNDaT" SCHOOLS — 
Memoriol Hall, 10 A M. 
(beginners. II AM) 
Niagara Street HoH 
HAM 

Seomen's Institute Holt 
11 AM 

ST.JOHN’S 

Quodro Neor Pondoro 
Rev George Biddte, Rector 

8AM 

HOLY COMMUNION 
(Young People's Corp>orote) 

n AM 

MORNING 9IRVICI AND 
HOLY COMMUNION 

"DOES YOUR FAITH NEED 
. STRENGTHENING?" 
Preocher The Rector 

7.10 PM 
ORGAN PRELUDE 
Frederick Chubb. 

B A , Mus Boc , F R C O 

I PUfC* •<> 'Ad No*' •t.l* 04 l 

^ B*r»i>*d* iL*ffl*r*l 

7 30 PM 

CONFIRMATION SERV'CE 
THE LORD BISHOP 

1 1 A M — Sondov School 

ST. GEORGE’S 

Cadboro Bay 

FIFTH SUNDAY AFTER 
EPIPHANY 



GLAD TIDINGS TABERNACLE 11 MARIGOLD HALL 



irgwTBTorraL) 

■lov. a. W tobtnaio, raoto* ^ M> AorCh rb«* 

MISS jeUi^gillespy 

irUilinai 7 Botwrwtnc l* Jona*. Aoaat tow b o* 

tl a u -TOUMomow asiiricw 

• Ai A U -erWClAL BUTkOAT BCBOOL BBIV 1 CW 

“t w«0 fUd wboe Iber *ntd eel* »* 'La* «o «• tele tb* »*d*o od lerT “ 



Speaker: MR. R. L. HOPKINS o 
A Hearty Weknme • Come snd Bring a Friend 



T 



Torm ere oA T t 'WTT? to wwaa 



Mr. Geo. E. Foggin 

MbUo— fT Pnm Cbi^ Wke WM F t onto el tbn 

VICTORIA GOSPEL HALL 

Hi rawtMiwa aerwerB 
awAwaT. 7>H e.a. 

i * b|n *i "TWB mtrr oe ••• aa mviaia iw m Bcwinimga 
aio* TtmabaT. a ra 

ML BtWWBT M’AWriB of a»«m W« Otvo M aeeiw le CW rle M ee* 



‘YOUTH FOR CHRIST’' 

"Ge ar ed to fbe ‘nmea bat Aacbered to the Reck" 

DON'T MISS THIS SPICIAL RALLY 

B Uiaaioaary Heary Wenrr (Wut lodtct) 

• JO-Vetca Choir - Soloiat Ur. Wrkb 
B Sound Film, "Marching Forward." Wale Ov>Brtct 

SATURDAY NIGHT (Tenighf), 7:45 f.M. 
•ROAD STREET AUDITORIUM 



Watch 



Wm • A Bwpar Rally Cowing Fabrwary 18 



8 M ILily CommuMK-ii 

HAM Choral Communion 
an<1 Sermon 

'IF i BL LU IT'.D Ifp” 

7-.V) P M l-'.vroit/ng and 
Srmu/n 

THK Ch.VTKAl.ITY OF 
HIS < Hl'KCir 

Ifi*lallalion of Church Off*crr« 
Vicar: 

REV. WILLIAM HILI.J*. U A 

F'lr the Chililrdo 
4^ A M — Thr Church School 
Cent. T B. T. Hrwfii, lilrrctor 



St. Mary’* Church 

Eight RoaA Oak Bey 
■ M A u oad goee Heir Cdwatuiuee 

It a U — Uottin* ond a*rn>oe 
eioacbar 

ArMidMcea A. I. do L Wubno 

7 PU— WvofiAMie ond torMe 
Pr**rb*r 

Af fb dodow A B do L. WUM 

Bondor Brboot 
t 4 A AU fa* a*<cMfo 
II A U Id* Jvnter* Priawrr oed 
Pro-Priuor? 

TWUngDAT 

teja AM H*lr OoeuaeMee 



ST SAVIOUR'S 



• AM 

Oornorob* Oo w onlae. Altar OaM 



• «• AM -Cbturan * OberW 



u AM m.T coAfWtnriow 



7 ja p w — g vewar j w o 
lOwfimutiae teotnwttaei 



St Bamabu Chorcb 

C*fwa* Coab ond roMaatn 

PMTW trifbAt Arm tmb 
BPIPWAWT 



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London Market 



Tidei at Virtoria 



LONDON, ^b. 4 <R«utm' - After 
• pcrUid ol doubt durtn( wtUeli 
p^M w«rt tneOned u» Mtf. ^ 

Kefflr mkitxi lUced • aherp recov* 
try. lioral bujrtnc of devrlopen and 
producer* found the market rather 
ahort of atork. Elaewher*. tlrmima 
ihown by foreixn uUlltleg ertth 
ArfenUne and BraaUian Uauea 
vanUd. Proflt'iakfna. howerar. re- 
duced aome o( the rattu. 

CUtfiixfs. Babcock dt Wtlcoa. 74a 
0d; Boou Pure Dma. Ma M: CPR, 
S33\: central Minina Ci:W. Con- 
•oltdated Gold Pulda.'&la 9d. Cour- 
Uuida. SAn Sd Hudaocu Bay Co.. 7aa 
M. Imperiil Chemical. 47a 3d. Metal 
Mt-xlcan tka 



OP».-Th« 
r the wont 
61xiy-one 
t price* In 
la. Loeaea 
0 a top of 
■ a audden 
d-ronming. 
at or near 



Box. lOit 4Sd 
I04d; Rand Mlnea. 97» 6d 
Bonda BrtUah 3'x per cent Oon- 
aoU. £ar» . British Z^% per cent War 
Loans. ^103 11-16: Hrldsh Pundtnfa, 



the IMta llrrieias «t(t ll U c«unl^ 
frooi • w 9* bouri liracM oiieniehi ta ttM- 
nwhit peurt* f«f briibl M>vr M 

dtaclniuub hlfb *ai*r fraa lo« valtr 
Wb»ra Slant* atwar la tSa taSi* tha ltd* 
ruaa sr fall* caatingMiale Surin* l*n *u(- 



AlumiButt 



A*Se*<«» Cnra 



Batburat A' 
D«U Talpphoi 



J 4rfAur RunA prr*^nlt 



WW at 

^ REGULAR 
PRICES 

NOW SHOWING 



Tec&Bcolcr 



DifrtiasWT 4 
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IT ■ Liar TALUai. 

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KKW RTSa- 



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na* 

Calarae Carta 
Travat Tall 
k P*ta Saltb 
Kair* 



SaltSpringIsland 

FERRYSERVICE 



fOA LUPtNO ^ 
CORNEL WILDE 
CELESTE HOLM 

RICHARI 
. WIDMARX A 



Uon, Ltd., declared a dividend of 6 1 
eeota per share, paysble oa April 16 
to shareholders of record at the eloae 
of business on March 11. 



htame at laa OMai s aabare 
■rear RtsBt It baiMtss 
Ibt* asMasitr anS ar«ti 
naat* wane Oiatr «sr ' 



Sahirilay, Febmary S, 1949 COolOtlLBt 



At the Theatres 



more than 



months. 



the lows for the day. 

DOW JO.NEK’ AVKBAGEd 
Thirty Indtulrlal^ l77Jt. off Z.I 
Twenty rails. SUMR, of».7C. 
Fifteen atllitles, U.N, off .13. 
billy-five at aril*. 64.76. off .73. 
Total sales, I.MO.MM sharea. 

• H A number Lt4 ■ 



OIIFON ■'lUe Rty r»iv*es ' con i ' 1 1 1.- vv ■ »yi iJl 

TH.ATKh uuu ih. (wt Amutt nuntt i "«* vork, pa < 

ten-ih English ballet , umrtiri took one a 

written specially for ilie screen. The ON THE At KEEN .poundings of the year, 

ballet is based on the Hans Ander- J Allas — "Two Guya- Prutn I stocks sold at the lowei 

wn fairy ulc of ilie young girl who! Texas," with Dennis Morgan ^ more than 12 monil 

eaunoi stop thinking sbo'it her red' and Jack Carson. ' ranged from fracUona t 

dancing shoes; In the end the st^ C.pllol -••Hills of Home." with i •^'‘"id 6 polntj. foUowlr 
Uke complete p«»«veaslon of her.; ■ „ h gdmund Owe on dUplsy of weakness In m 

fwrclng her to dance msdly up lull ^ Closing quotations aere 

and down dale, awsy from Ule andi n , l. the lows for the day. 

love to death The principal char*’ ' 

aelers are Moira Shearer as the , Yankee, st^rli^ Skel- , DOW JO.NEi*’ AVEI 
girl. Leonide Ma**ine as the shoe- ^ ' Thirty Indasirtalsi 177 

maker, and Robert Helpmann as Fe« B P.'s Daughter," star- Twenty rails. SUMK ofi 

the lover. ring Barbara Stanwyck and f oilHUr*. U.N, 

I Van Heflin. bltly-five storks, 64.71 

CAPITOL TltC story of a gallant H., _ "Captain Buy- Total sales, I.M6.M0 i 

TIlKATRC d<A->or and an equally gtanlnt Stewart 

gallant. diT u unfolded I Granger and Kathleen 'H* itumtur li 

in ‘‘Hills of Hume.’ whw-.h stars tiv' ' Ryan. Aiitsd rbemua;* 

wonder dog Lassie. WmuJid Oweiin ' Red Shoes.- tSIIstp^ 

and Tom Drake. Gwmn appears at -urrUtg Anton Walbrook, TSr‘«a t.l ' ' 

the doctor In * mountainous sheep- Marius Goring and Moira An*w,.i» copp*r 

ralAiiig valley in Scotland who tr'« -- Blicsrer. 'B^sB5*o^*Xsfiotir 

to tun. a farmer s ron mu, a - -So This Is New 

dexpiia sDvng opp^Ulon. La-sP. i York." surrlng Henry Mor- 

roi* In the picture l^cfimei Uic m<at gaii, Virginia Grey, Rudy ad»«>« 

imporunt Valiee and Dona Drake. 

- aMlmsa Kobsk 

KOYAl. -June urt<l.' U. n»l ‘ur'^.tirr^ : : 

Tllf.ATKt cnn.e.1, hit Be,te D«« ; 

laughs loud and Imix Montgomery. nr» 

With Robert Mirntguroery in ihu ' — im n*r*p*t«, 

new Warner Uros,^ilm. She pUys'eott, an English agent in the wes; 5“hn”jilk'vin. 
the role of a suc--=--iful maga3Une|Ot Irelaiid during the Land League " 

editor. Montgomery becomea a mem- troubles. {np* York Ctatrsi ~ 

III hff itAfl. I *!<ctrih«rQ PvifU 

DO.MlNION The picture dramail- 

4rtAN Warner Br-- ■•elrui>.-: THEATRE salloo of the best- p*(p«i 'o* 

THEATRE ed "two guy*.' Dron.'. seller novel. "Sealed kiSi'n’^ ■■•'-o.* 

Morvaii and Jack Car .Verdict, slari Ray Mlllaud wid 
jrf>xi. are oecn in the Lone Star S'atej FUirence Marly. U iclls starUlnglatand csiii 
m the festive Technicolor produc-i facts about acuvltiea of the anDy|n^tef*^bu.-k” .j, 

tlem. "Two Guys Krom Texas " The* of occupation in Germany. 

fun U presented against a lavtshj jhiutiwra pK-ine II.. 

dude ranch setting complete wlthJpLAZA "80 This Is New Yorc"iAouib«rn Rauvsy . 
beautiful glfU. ewimmrng pool- TIU.ATRE miroduca* aeveral inno-'ti^ ' -.ni.. 

bridle psiha and cowhands. Thi* vaUoni in film making. 

picture presents tine entertainment m addition to unceasing hilarloua iunitae corps. 

for all the family. iltuaUons to screen audicncaa, itar- |wf*us^Hwt Bsctris" . riZ 

ring Henry Morgan. It U full of 

OAK RAT The story of "Captain laughs and amusing lUuaUons. 

THEATRE B<qreotl. ‘ se* In the; |TorOfltO StOcks 

Vicjsnan €,^.,1 1 Toronto, Feb. 4 <f 

a man whoae name became coined ;vii->--'itHiai v iw ht|rran slipped from early 



Fina nce-G)mmcrce-Markets 

— .iiXew York Slocks SS^T,. "• ■■ Closiufi Averaf;*-s I Vancouver Stocks 



ON THE At KERN 

Allas — "Two Guys- Prum 
Texas, ' with DennU Morgan 
and Jack Carson. 

Capitol -‘ Hlils of Home." with 
"Laasic,*' Edmund Gwenn. 
Tom Drake and Janet Leigh 

Dominion — "A Southern 

, Yankee." starring Red Skel- 
ton and Brian Dunlevy 

Fe( -' B P.'s Daughter." star- 
ring Barbara Stanwyck and 
Van Heflin. 

Oak Hay » "Captain Buy- 
colt. ' staiTing Stewart 
Granger and Kathleen 
Ryan. 

Odeoo — "The Red Shoes,- 
:;iarrlng Anton Walbrook, 
Marius Goring and Moira 
Blu^arrr. 

riasa — "So Thli D New 
York." surrlng Henry Mor- 
gan, Virginia Grey, Rudy 
Vallee and Dona Drake. 

Royal- June Bride,'* starring 
Bella Davis and Robert 
Montgomery. 



AIU»d rbrtnUaia 
Amcrlfan Can 
An«rtcan Tbbarr^j 
Amarlru, SmflUr 
AiaartcM T«l *ail T*L 
Anarvr.dk Copper 
AirbUos T<Mk« 

‘B *ad O R*tl«*r 
Belh «(^l 
rpR 

C and O Railway 
Chrytlar 
Cob Bdtaon 
Com a aoutbem 
Dupaai 

Xartmaa Kodak 

In* R R 

Urb«ral PaoU* 

o»a aifcuis 

Otnrral M-'iinr* . . 

Tire 

Ur**t Norlltrm 
Ia> >ler*r*t«, 



MaUrt* OwiShrtS* 






990 


M-nine Ctars 


lit* 


II 


It 


WiKanai* Rad Lak* 






41 


MrWattara 






• 


Udiiifr* 






MX 


aicLaod CbakttauU 


111 


lie 


111 


Mbnrta 






45 


Mrtrt 


>41 


ns 


945 










Nuralda 


ITX. 


9TH 


MS 


NbiMrtaao 


m 


i 


f 


l! Briwa 






m 


Om*aa 






4 


(Hlaa 






TH 


Ftnowr 


190 


199 


190 


PtyRAaier 






90 


Paed Otai!l* 


Ml 


tea 


80S 


Farreo Ovid 






71 


Firklp Cru* 


X35 


990 


990 


Furnaar 






na 


rowrii Rottpa 






M 


Prrfr.irr 






IX 


Fra<»w Kaat Oom* 






199 


(J’lrtfUiMt 


M 


54 


M 


QupiDont 


tlH 


It 


19 


Raccrtirt 






4 


San Anlonib 


445 


455 


495 


Retiltor Rr>uyn 






*4 


flhatr>ii-(<f>idoa 


999 


234 


991 


“.Vfab Crrtk 






190 


A'Atna 






TS5 




9SH 


It 


94 


rtladrn Ualar'l' 






95 


marrati OOan 






T9 


sirt* Bora 


IM 


IM 


199 


aiUftrott A 






19 


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1ST 



Clositifi Averapt^s 



iJamea Rirhardaon S Sob*. Lt4.> | • 

TORONTO I VANCOUVER, Peb 4 CP».-aU)cks|jJ 

Twenty Industrials. 177J)7. oil were genetwUy Irregular in IHW 



Twenty golds. B8BT. up .03. | closing trading on tha Vancouver, >1 

Ten base metals, 104 45, off .12. Exchange. Home OU fell 45 points 'i» 
Plfteen Western oils. 5427, off .71 u C^ntfal Palrtcla at IM }* 
Total aales, 075.000 shares. 1 up Globa was unchanged >• 

.MO.S'THEAL ' at .65, and Pacific Petroleum slid 7$ 

Twenly industnala, 136.6, off 2. to 2 60. 

Ten uUUtlas, TJJ. up 2. . . .... “ 

Thirty combined. 106 86, off J. .Haear IsvetimsBU. Ltd » 

Piftacn golda, 6722. up .06. md **k«d H 

Ten papers. 316.10, off 3 04. 

Total sales, 251,000 shares. ap c** . » 2 l.w 



ABaeoDd* 
ArYfXi-Caoadlaa 
A P Cor 
AUeniie 

Brittih DmMsB 
CAB evirp 
Calmost 
Caimnnl Udwe 



*• . HrIvanKe 
'■ Tefk-Ku(bn 
Tnbwm 

UPMr Canada 
y Veniurye 

Wane Amulet 

* Wrifht-MarvreavM 

* Wua Uka 



f|t .Montreal Slocks • ISS r^.. 

tS9 MONTREAL, Peb 4 —Early 
^ fractional gains posted by a number jnaihou'.ie 
79 of selected industrials were slowly | ^uimf*** 
disappearing, and an easier under- . oiob* ou 
} rt tone featured quiet trading near the;|J^";^;‘.^ 
m final hour on the Montreal Stock Heme cni 
” ' Exchange and Curb Market. Mlr^c^ y 
tH dipped slightly in a dull market, 
ilj*' Papers were quiet and mixed. jpaerf!: p»t* 



17 

M 

11 as iin 



!i:i Stock.s and Bonds 



IS X AmM a Cs ) 
IKtiraTtlALS 



Warner Br - ■•elrb 



AhtUbI F A F Ca 91 94 pfd 


Bid 

90 


A'ka<i 

90*. 


A'lOr.lE’;^- Ltd 


M 


54V 


Aloe Co nt Cab . I", pfd 


39 


94*» 


Aahdown Hardwara ••A' 


13 


11 


baa'tr Bro* . rom 


49'a 


44 


ball Talapbotta 


98>a 


9*S 


Brastllaa T L. A F 


14'. 


141. 


B A Oil 


3JV. 


34 


8 A Oil ptd. 


»'« 


39>i 


B r EirrirK C* . pfd 


94’. 


M 


S'* Powf -t 


9A-: 


T9S 


Br'4t-k Mtllt ' A • 


I5S 


14 


Builrtlay Pr>w:;if* 


91H 


39 


Stan 


n-a 


13*. 


Canada A Dam Buaar 
Panada stramitiip Cinaa. pfd 


3PH 


AIS 


97 


34 


Panadtan Drawarlaa 


3flS 


90S 


Panadian Induatrica. Ltd 


31 


91X 


Panartlan Partne lUilway 


I9H 


l«s 


f.ai MiniAi k Fmaitina 


lilH 


113 


Paper Curp 


17 


ITS 


Poiw'io Impanal Mill* 


«», 


II 


Htrlliiar* arafTam. eeta. ... 


14 


14S 


r>in‘'-B BrMaa 


94H 


99 


DbBD Pettndrlrt a 8ta*L Lid 


M*. 


37 


Dnmminn 8<"r*4 Ltd 


9IX 


39S 


Pord • A ' ‘wf Canada 


33H 


34 


lotparlaJ OU 


ITS 





a man whose name became coined V lO kVjrt < 

with the Engll»h language - "boy- *, V' >1 VI 
f»U ■' Iti a fsmUlar word, but few At lOlltn .yiPPtin^ 
people know lU *lory TpU picture Hmrw Wemr 



ua iiMl T9I- Impmal Tobarra 

W«aUach»UM Bactrls" I_ _ 9 *U imperial Tnbarm 44 ptt . 

WoolworUt 47vl M»*al Inrt 4Sw pTd 

' ' * InUr U*ia! tart f7a»« A" 

[Ini»rn*n*iBal Nlrk*l 

rwY . c . t latrmaOKNai Pruvleoa 

loronto Mocks D>bi*w a 

MtCo'! prnntrnM 44 pfd 

TORONTO, Peb. 4 <P — IndUStli- - Ptr- awa ar «"*♦ 

. >. . M'<ntrr*1 Looi.TioUt* Work* 

alB alipped from early firmness in Mrn*-m Kamma c«-. Ltd., 
moderately active trading on the To- iMSfirnai hiwT’^Cb* * 
ronto Stock Exchange Change.^ Pm« n;r:;-T TubM .. 



U ITS ITNjS.*® , 

9 ba«« IIS 19Vi\T*® ' 

tbarrn 44 pfd . 91 9»W 

J tnrt 4S4 pfd IMK ISI fCar, 
i! tart nuM -A" 94 91 CPR 

■I Nlrk*l 99S 94 Can 



(9*oiM lUebardiina A 8un«> 
IRd 

Can. TB¥Mt Por.d 

Cbb Bank at Comw .. 99 \ 

Bank o< Moatrval MS 

Bank lit Nn*a BcoUa 95 

Royal Bank 99 

Bank nt Tutoole . 99S 

Atla* aiMl IIS 

Abitihl. Ctn. --- »* 

AbtUbl PId . 90 

AldOtna 0iMl 59 

> Alumtnnm. Com ST'« 



2 S>i BratUian Tractlra 

as o A on 

Its BC pntrtl Prod 
IS B C Pn*»7 • A • 

99 Bniarti Cnm 

JJ‘« Biurk Mill* ‘'A** 

MS Brurk Mill* • B" . - - 

90 Buildinf Prod. 

Bulnln Gold 
MN can Dots Busar 
[•‘•«|Can Maliltw 

}* |C*a Her Power 

Can 8 i«am*hiii Com. . 

,1. ,C*B BlradUhtp. Pfd 
Can CetncBt 
£ <r*n Br#wpti*t 
iL-^ ,caiL Bronte. CS4 b 

Can Car A Pmibdry. C»m. 
J»T *B Otlan*** 
iiCvTao Dr«ds* A Dock ... 

Atmbal 

•I near, LocOBUrU** 



f»u in a tsmiMsr wont, out lew •» ... v |ronto Stock Exchange Change.^ Pa«* n.-r:rT -rubaa . 

people know lu *lory TpU picture MUslunary Henry Werner wUl be were generaUy held to fractions ae'Krtimrt" Ud II_: 
tells the true story of Capuln Boy 1 speaker at the Youth for|loases about tripled gains. Golds »* — - 

lilChiist meeting to be held at 7 46 wfAkrned from recent gains . 



I Waffles 

I Wc 

s Speciali/f , 
s in Crt*p I 
5 Oolden 
= Rrown 
i Waffle^ M 



E tonight In the Broad Street Audl-;®**^**^8 pressure, and base J' Ltd V* 

H lortum. tl'fir own. Western o‘l* 

= AIMJ featured will be the sound i<UPPrt quietly. Papers led the de- atrri «t ranao* 

= movie ‘ Marching Forward," and a »n ‘he Industrial groupings. *;S;, *• p,<, 

S I iWelkef O A* W 

- choir of 30 member*. iRprsTUAi, stcrtoN ntii 



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9* » 

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19S 54 

>«'• 91 

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IS^t 

n 

94 *U 

444, 41 

ITV II 

94 94 

t|4. 13 

Its IS 

99 99 

94<« » 

IS It 

95 M 

im n 



14 Can Vlcktr* 

1 S 4 'Cockabult Plow . 

9»*. ' Cwmm Alcohol 
tlH ; Oioaobdatod Paoer 
54 |Cuuiuui»ii 05a*a . 

91 t>l*ilUrr«>IUa(rsm* 

15 Oom Briiif* 

. IDom F;,fin»wrtns 
rtS OoBi nrtvf A 81»#1 
*ffv Oom Wcstllon* 

J'** 1)0 IT Btral A Owat •B” 
Dorn fl^or#* 

?i * Dam. Tar A Obow* 

Oonnacona Paptr 

il.J I>tyd*n PHpyr 

Xddr Ptvtt ... 

IIV* rtyrtrolu* 



1 , , . 


9 M 


970 


RwfTKl 


19 


mS| 


lijHt-.Trr 


95 


98 


Aabmal ftUDSPl - . 


.14 


19 


g gg . Aus*#rlof 


49 


43 


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.91 


99 


n ms%n 








MX 


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Br^lorg# 


9 18 


4 44 


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19 


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10 


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Orandr’rw 


u 


94 

,34 


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04 


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aa 


48 


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U 


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1 15 




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II 


If 


P*nd Oraill# 


9 45 


*40 


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1 15 


1 M 


Pratfiar Rordar 


43’* 


04‘, 


• • PrlraUrr 


19'* 


90 


''O’lBtdiH* C<>pear 


13'* 


14' 


Rrava# ICrDonald 


1 W 


3 95 


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4* 


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SI 


40 


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31 


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14 IWOrkTaiALS 






M’« BC Pbraat Brnd 
31H B C Turf 

11 X Canadian Waatarn Lnmbar 
93'* Capllal BataiM 


9 79 
98 
9 48 

115 99 


IM 

• 49 

14 T9 


' CM*t Draw. 


9 99 


1 39 


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14'*,n R MaridlUan *7I'’ 


479 


494 

T3« 


ta« Farlhr Ckryla 




74 


ITX'Fowti: BUrr 


48 35'* 


41 13Vy 


90 ' Btt 

14S Waatulnairf Papar ' A** 
94'* Wrtimlnaiar Panar 'B 


77M 

IM 


77 78 

4M 

3M 



ewaatvp ildal poriodt without turn: 

[PLAZIL 

I MOeCAN ),7 

) aSMi nan ! 

I C-' aiauMHUi,/ 

i 7 «r Bu Mssew 7 
r wtietssa* ' 



A«. IMD IPBO. I114V 

INDS TODAYI 






^"PU- 

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v! *' 
Jl'’*»«ioa.. 



ODION MOVIt CLUB THIS MORNING, 9 30 

i FUNf With BLONDIE ond DAGWOOD 
K in "BLONDIE'S BIG MOMENT" 

STACC ACTSI - CARTOONS! |B 



= ROCKY MOUNTAIN HOUSE. 



'Hasar tovMtmynui, Ltd • 
Bid 



ported miii.*ing in 1643. 



TONIGHT 



E Setveil si All Mr-ir- E 

E Try 5omc Today E 

I VOGUE 
I COFFEE SHOP ! 

S 1409 DOUGLAS ST. = 

i WINTER HOURS: = 

I 6 A M. - 7 P.M. I 

rtllllllllimilMIIMIIIIMMIIilMlllllllllliT 



|,AltA. ICP^-A creek In the 8m<*> , 8....r -a’ 

— River region, north of Rocky Moun-' Athdown Hamwar* -a" 

E tain House forest reserve, has been I 

E named Strenc Creek In honor of'Bruj-k aok 
I Pit. Lt. J. R Strene. D.PC.. of Ed- ; ,^ad«u 

= monton PU, Ll, Strene was re- "J ^ 

Si ejaam ^ PT4»'^ % 

••(ported mutAmg In 1M9. c»n nrrwpript 

-I - Can Car A Foundry. Cnm. 

— Can, Car A Puundry •‘A” 

— TAaJIC'UX ciin Btramibip*. Com. 

= lorsiuni .c,n ai*am«hlp» P/d. 

— ^^m t'an Cannari ' A ' .. 

S Can i.«nnert B' . 

— 0 4. C Cannrr*. Com. 

I SlrOCOb 

E SUPPER CLUB I nuiiinliilBird Paprt 

Z ratsRMTS I .':.w):;rt(i*rt Smniyra 

Z ■ ~ . L'an. Waaiain Lumber 

i CHARLES HOVEY 

5 aiflfins Btar «f Sias* and Radle i * *I^L. 

= Plua an ALL-.Tsa aXVCX J ^ ^ 

z ■ ' , Bddy • A 

Z WItb lb« Maata at ^rd et Canada '•A" 

— iOff'TRT LCATVa^* oaCHISTKA natlnaau P5wrt 

z aaS B4T BfRaV nxnrral Baki>r>M Oom. 

Z a*»T*aUaa4. S 9991 Or*at Laky* Papar 

I,” >04odya*r 

I nypium 
Hiram W*Ik»r 

■ imparlal Bank 

H Impyrial OU 
A R Inti Rirkal 

ngk« A I A. H mtl Patmr 



I dtlLOS 

iBralnm* Uioea 

A»k*d 

«i>, f|-ji:-on Bat M. A B. 
241 * 'K'rr AddiMin 
,, *.UrInttra Porruplna 
iNaraflrta Mlnai 
IS I BAVaS 

* 1 , lean Bank n( Cummarca 
ISC, lOarrlnlon Bank 
«v Bank of Uontraal 
a. Rxvai Bank of Canada 
i.fc. pf Hiita Brotla 



If Va ' - 

jg I Pamaoa Plarara 

•2 I Fanny Fartnar 

a*, I rtaat AtrrraH __ 

S 2 'Ford of Canada "A" 

97 iFoandalton Co 

'yt»ar Co VT 

a*a jOailnaau Fowtr 

irtt |oer>aral R>a*l Warn ... . 



JsN 

90> 



SUPPER CLUB 

ratsRMTs 



CHARLES HOVEY 

ainfing Btar of Siaga and Radio 
Flu* an ALL-RTAR BKVL’t 

With Iba Maata of 
ioff'ntT LCATva^A oarHlSTKA 
aoS BAT BfRBV 
BaaaTtaUaaa. S 9991 



Fi"" Market 

t ‘ • 

\ To producer • 

, Grade "A * large — 
, Orstle "A ' medium . 



IT). Grade 





Whulexale: 



a sola II ij iDypwum Lima 

15S 15'« Hamllian Bedv* - 

a I4'« M'» ' Howard Saiiib 

5T*a IT\ 1 Imparlal Oil - . 

lAVRS ; Imparial Tobaoeo . . 

marca US 99 1 Ateapt 

ja> Powder 

9I«! 3 ^ 'mil Hl'kal 

nsda 19 35S hit' Paear 

tla . U 39), mu Pair 

Jamatra Pi 

I aka of Wood* 

I 1 nwiray Walter M 

mI'aB Mat»'a l>*af. Com 

I IVCI M«u*T-narrU, Om. 

Maaary-flarru. Pfd 
MrCntNPronlanar. Com. . 

WarVfillan • A' 

UarMlilan "B • . 

gp . .40 Minn A Ont Paper 

— M “li'r', k: .-.IT" 

... 26 Mmitrral Loe« - 

Moora Coro . - 

- 22 Hi«iou4i Brew . 

I Na'too4l Drue . 

I Natlonil Ptaal car 



A. E. Ames A Co. 

LiimiSst^ 

Immtmmtt Sttttritim 

^ im taT Uahm Bwhflni • 6 U Tm« Awwwt. Tfetmla. S.G 

^ TJwpbwo: E417144 

' Toaowm woNTntAL wiMMiesa VAnaouvaa msw voa« lohmih sms. 



TRANS-CANADA SHARES 

Baamani Fart Owarithi* (a II PoraroMt raaaOaa Comaa*!** 
Appraitwiata VlalS 4 0S4 
Aik I ■ far Camplal* Oaialla 

GILLESPIE. HART 4 CO. LTD. 

9,laMlib*S Otar a Quarter of a Centary 



Tobtaw Oroe A" 
Loblaw nro( "B'^ 
br<Co’.!-F»Br?ana« 
MrOod-Frontanac, Ffd. 
ManuHir Tlmbar 
Maiary-HarTM 
MaaBav-llartte Pld. 
WarMinan "A" 
UacMillan "B" 
Nattona! Brewerir* . 
National Rtral car 
OaUtta 
Furny Flour 
Funtr Flour. Ffd. 
•hawiniean 
, aickf' Brrwaria* 

, lllmpooo'* Pfd 
ileal of Canada 
Start of Canada. Pfd. 
DDL 

Ontled aieal 
riao. Waeiona 
Oew Weatona. Pfd 



‘J>, Grade ‘ A" large .4712?“''’:.''’"" 

3‘!\1 Grade “A" medium .45 PawVi mrir r~r"I 

43 KTrs^r^l” 

Grade "B" ... 28 lawrene* Cor*, let Pfd. 

•, 1 81 Uwranra Paper, m Pfd 

,, ' Rtekt' Brtw ^ ^ 

1 ,.* w- • /-• • iRouiham Co 

m • ^ innipcp Gram iSIZaVroS^:^, -~ 

„ I WINNIPEG. Peb. 4 4CF). — All !*»'« ^ * C. Com. 

n. ' iTarlar P * O. Ffd . . 

"^ grains conumied their downward rmtad atari 

Walker. OiKMlrrham. C5M. 

>* trend on the Winnipeg Grain Bx-'Wr*irH Prwd 
?os, change, with new seasonal low* rer . oam 

posted In ail deliveries of rye and 
14 I the May and July contracts of oats C.Onnnian 

, Barley, however, showed an Prpfrrrrd Storktl 

91 •«. pendent flrmneaa and registered 



Winnipeg Grain 

WINNIPEG. Peb. 4 



MS I pendent flrmneaa and registered | 



s>, only fractional iossea at the cloas 

IS I 

19 ' • I 

9)S IB A Bumbar Ltd* 



<T R Bum* * Co. Ltd t 



95S 

91 Rro 
IS M*y 



SA'j 

14 94> 

Its IS* 

• IS* 

•1 k9 

tt a* 

n 31 

T-, T' 

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sti FOBT rravrT 



FNONX oitai 



MINIwn APCTIOW 
Miland ln»r*t>ran> rn , Lid t 



VICTORIA'S SMART, NEW 

MUSIC BOX 



[Aaball* 


H'tb 


tX)W 


1 Andlo-RnrvalAS 






1 ArnUltr* 






A’linadut 


95'* 


19 


Rafamar 






|Ba*a M*lala 


•4 


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CAFE AND COFFEE BAR 

DINING AND DANCING 
Oa*n from I s.m N 1 a.na. 

Oewtis* near Tolmis 

Ala* CATraiVO la BANCVA. WkllUINOS. 
raiVATt PABTIt*. HINNtaa. 4NU|Vta*AB1 
PAaril*. tvr. aoS • moefe-naaSrS BOMt 

rATSaiNI. sraVIl'S— Farlla*. Tan*. Kto. 

Far rartbar lofarmaUa*. Pbawa Taday O SSSI 



SALES POSITION 

Otic of the Bsit-Known and Popalar 
^ HEARING-AID DISTRIBUTORS 

With Long-Established Local Office Has ■ Very Attnedva 
Offer for Field Man to Covtr 
VICTORIA and VANCOUVER ISLAND 
A Splendid and Lncrathre OpportimHy — WUl Train the 
Right Man — Car Bssentisl 
Fartkolars of Prttrions Sales Bxpericncs Are Requested 
BOX 5134. COLONIST 



THE KHOTTV PIHE SSSir 

PORK SHANKS AND KRAUT 

ROASTED SUCKLING PIG WITH DRESSING 

TWu %r* MVM4M aM aotasb W kwww krttar w%* baBaw tb*4 em% absafe* 
ooS raartaS twabltas pis art a Iwwiy eiah. Part taatot Cam« la IBa RROTTX 
fpn tbar* yww wfB RaS wark abaaba rwbblaf albaw* (tt'a aw44a a 4rt4BI rtlB 
maay «f Iba lalaaS'* mart wwalMrt lawrmata. wba ba«w trtrwa< wbat Iba 
■jsorrr pnea a** e* wtui a ewrk •baws. 

COMB TO THE KNOTTY PINE FOR A GOOD STEAK. 
CHOP OR CHICKEN DINNER 
Open et rtr y day egeapt T w eeday. U noon dU Midnight 

Coll For Rosarvotion Belmont 94 T 
Longford — Islond Highwoy 4 . 



BaVTWnrl 

Bldswed Kirkland 
B>'bl* 

Bnyron • 

Br*lom* 999 

Broutan panaplne 
B'ifrsla Ank 
Buffalo Rrd laka 
Buffad'aoa 

c . * e 9*9 

CaradliQ Malartte 
Carlbao Odd Quart* 

Caatla Trath 

Oantral PalrFia U3 

, Cnehaneur Wtllaoa 
1 0 »*«lrfTll!a 9 Se 

I Ctvrom U a 8 
'r-ananiidatad Bmattar* lit 

iCwniarua 
I Cunwrtt . 

Crortter Pvnblns _ 

DwM ...... IT 

TMtalda 

Ka*i Malartls __ 939 

Pa*t BulUvae 989 

BBona 

Palarmbrfdce .491 

Franaoeur 

OUllrt Laka ... 

nunt TrU«wknlf* . 9TB 
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term* of United 8 ut«« funds tn 
cloalng foreign exchange dealings 
The prnind sterling waa unchanged , 



CAIX3ARY, PWj. 4 CF) - Share - 
MS holdera of the Royatlte Oil Com- 
pany unanimously approved a dlreo- 
ton' recnmmindatlnn that each U- 
rt sued and unlksued share In the 
capital stock of the company be 
M split Into four sharea. The ihares 
^ will \}9 without nominal or par 
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Ions, prorinciala omnlclpals, and 
corporations continued featureless 
In dull trading on the bond market 
heft. 



“B. F/s Daughter” 

NEWS • SHORTS 

BARBARA STANWYCK • VAN HEFLIN 
CHAS. COBURN 



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Vancouver Island News 



atUndUit hlsh school. Many puptla 
had barn unablt to attand achool 
owlne t-> iti'>wy road*, and otham 



Malaliat Unit 



Uitlr blrycl 

AutomobUaa arrt autw<iuanUy 
provided to pick up chlldrrn It car> 
tain polnu at Shawuitan Lakt. MUt 
Bay. Oowtcbaii Suilon and Chrrry 
rolnt. WhUt thla atangi’mrni la 
a trroporary m*ai>urt. midanta 
that aomrihii^ will b» dona tu 
mi<Wr It iiarmanrnt aa aooit a« tan> 
dm can ba rallrd and plana worked 



From Colonist Correspondcnti 



8HAWN10AN LAKK. fab. A. — 
Mambera of Malahai Branch of Uta 
Canadian L#«lon taarncd at a rofu* 
Ur meatlnf in Um B.LA A. Ha^l that 
C. W. Pact was lU. and N. T Prrty 
was a patient in the Vateratt'a Mua* 
pital at Victoria. Retrestuneui* 
were served by the Wcjneni Au»U* 
,lary. 

Mrs. A. Kennedy waa welwed aa 
a new member at a meeting of the 
Wumrii's AuaiUary ilraalded over by 
Mr?. U. O Orr Plaiu for a card 
4 jari> »m February l« were dn«u-- eii 
Appreciation was *>M»reaKd i*. Vie 
turu flrma for donationa luwurd Uii 
party * 



I Park Control 



POHT ALBERNI. Feb. 4. — The 
fUy will probably aet up a aeparat* 
park.i commlMlen thia )war to ad- 
ounuter luirka and buulevards. Port 
Albemi Ratepayeni' AaaocUtlon U 
advoiattnc the move. 

Mayor L. K. Jordan said that rt^al 
proKre>a in iiarka and rerreallon 
would not be made until a coiumU- 
kioit waa set up. He proposed an ap- 
pointed body for Uw balance of the 
year, to become an elected bodv neat 
IVrember with power over lU own 
eipcnditurea 



FORT ALBERNI, Peb. 4 >AlberiU preaWent. who iKdnted out that hU 
DliUlct JunloT|Chamber of Com* aaioeiatlon had no Quarre) with pro- 
meroe cave aupport to the campaign ponanU of the Torino Road, derm- 
Idr eonitruettoi] of the Cumber- ' ing both neceaaary. He thtrught that 
land'Albeml road, at a reguUr If the FrovtncUl GoveVnntent was 
meeUnc. I to eatabliah a loop road ayatem on 

MetubiTS agreed to distribute and ■ Island, It should slsrt with ilitr 
collect the lietlllons whlrb rvow are M-mlle Cumberland-Alberm stretch, 
being signed in support of the road, promUad for 40 years 
and thus render aid to Uia Baavsrj Proposed road would be of 

Creek R«**ldenla’ AaeooiaUon which hhwiw* value to Aibemi Valley, 
la aponsTiring the road campaign. ; *** addition to a tourist aiiraciien. 

Action followed an address by P. i would bring Uts valley nearer 
A. Cobyrr, Beaver Creek AasocUllon ) ^ agrleullurml and dairy 



Three Persons 
Hurt in ( rash 



ALItERM, 1-eb. 4 Alrnul 4800 
to two suiomobilrs and in- 
juries U> three prisons iKTurted in 
a head-on automobile crasli on tlie 
eiresi Central Lake Road. 

Roy Owen* and Mu* Faye Robin- 
son *uI(errJ painful bruise.*., and 
Jusph Wrbbs. dmrr u( the smuid 
auiotnohlh’. leieivcd nP- Wilfred 
•iraw, a passepger In the *e«*onrt 
car, eecaiKd injur) 

ley condition of the road was 
blamed h>r the crash WVbb was 
utmble to swing clear apparently 
The late Mr. Lauahnm had Inrd ^firr a iikid 
lierr for M yeaia. He worked in <1IC- About IL'OO d.iinave was cBuntl to 
fsrenl coal producing properties. ^ «hool bus when It slippi'd off the 
and was watchman of tite colUenrs »ame rviad All the cluldren aboard 
docka hrra until 1P48 ^ r;Ciipad mjur)' 

He la survived by oiie duughtc:. 

Mias Jane EliMbeih. and a brother. J ^ ril I 

John UngUam. Powvl) RITFr* 1 , 0111*1 IllPSlIslV' 



INanaimu Loses 
Island Pioneer 



Craft Kxhihits 
Fine Paintings 



MAVNK I.SLANU, Feb, 4. — Two 
plays, coiireriina and accordion 
diisW. A gyp»y schorua. stvd danor 
numbers wye st.iced recently at 
Mayna Island m aid of a fund fot 
repstra to the Community Hnll 
Entertainers plan to visit Galiano 
Isiand about the middle of the 
month. 

Thus# who partU'lpaMd included 
Mrs wmiam Wilks. Mias Mary An- 
drtaaon, Mias Klaloe WonhlngUm 
Miss Lynn NechwrdJeuk. M1&* 
Julia Hail. Mi& 4 Nancy Hall, Mn. 
Kay Kirkwood, Mn. Owtn Forayth. 
Mr. and Mrs. P. Horton. Donald 
Vlgurs. Punch Robson. James Oeor- 
glnaon, William Morson, Geoffrey 
Gilman, Fred Larsen and Leslie 
Oarrlck. 



Eait Coast of Vancouver Island 
Clear In morning, overoast in af- 
ternoon. Light northerly winds 
increasing to 30 m ph. Colder. 

West Coast of Vancouver -OvsrcMt 
Snowflurles in afternoon. Wln(£. 
southeast as in morning 



PORT ALBERNI. Fcb 4. — The 
Norwegian passenger-freighter Ba- 
taan. resplendent with her steel 
figurine of a South Bern beauty, be- 
came a salon d'art during her slay 
at Port AlbernL 

Sha is. In fact, a seagoing art 
salon with her numerous murals, 
done by the best Norwegian paint - 
era. in the salon and passengers' 
and crew quarters. 

Members of the Albernl Valley 
Art Group, advtaed of the fine m* 
hlbltlcm of art on the vassal, took 
occasion to visit tha ship at the 
captain's Invltalioh. and spent an 
evening examining the many out- 
standing landaoapcs and portraits. 

The Bataan, named after Bataan 
Peninsula, la a fast, exceptionally 



Nanaimo Seeks 
Provincial Aid 

NANAIMO. Peb. 4 -Beveral trade 
union troupe here are asking the 
Frovineial Oovemmem to assist un- 
•mployed men who do not draw un 
employment Insurance. A survey 
made by the Woodworkers’ Indus- 



- Cbalu S) W Mtl rtn>-n«t 

EXPLOSION TAKES LIFE OP RAILWAYMAN NEAR KOK81LAM 

Photogriph shows remains of Csnsdian National Rai Iways locomotive cab after explosion and fire at Tyup. 
near Koksilah, late Wednesday night. Fred Massey, 44. watchman, died in King's Daughters' Hospital 
Thurs^y afternoon as result of blast. Provincial Police said ^explosion occurred when Massey wa^ loading 
fuel oil from tank car to engine tender, and caused backfire in firebox. NcU Dougan and Robert Easton 
diMOvered fire and body of Maaaey. who is sur vived by widow and several children at Koksilah. 



Help Children 
ThroiiLdi Snow 



PARKcjVllLE. Fi-b. 4 -Commi*- 
.-lonrts J U \S’iishingtM». Cuidr W’. 
S. E. Monuxm and J. UrcvnwoiHi 
and T. Hocking, village clerk. wiU 
ail as a court of rrvistmi un a.vsc.se- 
mrnta at the municipal office on 
Tuesday. 



COBBLE HILL. Feb. 4.-At a re- 
cent meeting held In Cobble Rill 
Elementary Bchool. attended by 
many parenu. a request was made 
that the Cowlchan Bchool Board 
provide transportation for chlldrtn 



HIKI ICAL 

There are more than 55 Biblical 
proper names in BhaRCsiirnrc h first 
folio edition. 



Russian Squirrel Skins for Fur Neckpieces 



Selected, extra large pells in a new. spice hrown ... a color that will hlnul 

with all your coftiimcs. These pell' can he arranged to suit your individual taste 
in 2. 3 or -l-skin groups. On Sale 1 to 2 P.M. Only — One o’Clock Special, Each 



On Sale Today, 9 A.M'. to 10 A.M 

No Telephone or Mail Orders, Please 



SKIN 



EATON’S, fashittn floor 



Mary Lou’’ Boxed Chocolates 



EATON'S Has a Grand Amy of 



A treat for candy lovers to find these famous coniectiona at ao low a 
price ... a delightful chdlce of soft and hard centres with coatings of 
rich, pure chocolate. QO^ 

OPENING HOUR SPECIAL. ML. bus vO 

‘—EATON'S, lower mam Iluur 



Shoes With 
Masculine Appeal 



Mill Ends of Shirtings 



Tops in Comfort, Good Looks and Serviceability 



A quick-action ^flce on smoothly woven, durable •|ita)ii> collon shirt- 
ings in neat stripes, in good choice of colors, wide. 

OPENING HOUR SOCIAL, yard WW 

—EATON’S, dress fabrics, mam floor 



Choose from irtoccasin lt»cs. brogues and other 
types fr»r spurt or casual wear. A wonderful 
selection . . . and outstanding value at 



First in Victoria 
First Low-Priced 



Men’s Fleeced Combinations 



WATERMANS 



Limited Size Ranges ... 40, 42 and 44 Only 

.Good news for men wearing these sizes. Long-sleeved, long-legged 
combinations of strong mottled cotton with fleeced inner surface. 
Button frt>nt. 4 QC 

OPENING HOUR SPECIAL I 

, —EATON’S, main floor 



h'ATON’S, government street 



Ball Point Pen 



BOYS 



PANTS 



Wilf Stand Up Under Roughest Wear 

Dressy iiimigh for school and with the stamina (or active play- In dark grey or brown. 

Sizes 7 to 10 years 3.75 Sizes 11 to 16 years 4.75 



It’i here! The pen thst gives you initial low cost, 
greater writing case, less trouble. \N'aterman‘s Ball- 
Pointer is molded in slim, tapered design . . . the barrel 
ami section of non-expandable plsstic . . . the metal cap 
protected with a high-gloss film. Men's and women’s 
sizes in black, red. grey and blue. First in Vicloris at 
E.NTON'S. See it today! Each 



Men’s Comfortable Slippers 

« Opera style of pliant wine Icathera with soft leather soles and padded 
heels; shearlings (sheared sheepskin) with leather soles. Sizes 6, 6^, 
7 and 3 collectively. A ^0 

OPENING HOUR SPECIAL CmCO 

—EATON'S, government street 



Serviceable, good Atting psitit of all-wool tweedt Made 
with double leati (or longer wear. J 

Siiea 12 to 18 yean 



Scout Pattern Knickers 

Well cut, fully lined knee pauta of good weight, 4 
all-wool navy verge. Site* 6 to 16 . I ■ 



E.VTON’S, stationery, lower main floor 



ADVERSE WEATHER CONDITIONS 
HAVE AFFECTED SCHEDULES BUT 

DELIVERIES WILL BE MADE 
AS QUICKLY AS POSSIBLE. 



THE LITERARY GUILD BOOK CLUB 
Offers as Its Fabruary Selection: 



Yama Cloth Pyjamas 



Soft, napped, warm and comfortable. Two-pitce nvle m 
liriglil. attractive ilripe patterna. O QC 

Suet 26 to J4 C»99 

—EATON'S, government alreat 



By MARGARET IRWIN 

This historical novel, a sequel to Miss Irwin's ’’Young Bess,” has l>een*widely acclaimed 
by the critics. 

MEMBERS' PRlCRi a.RO 

The following titles arc a few suggestions for New Members' TWO FREE Books: 

*A Candla far St. Jada,” by Burner Ooddtn, 
author of The Illack Narriuus** 

*%hsnnonf Way." hy A. j. Cronlb. Sequel to 
"The Greta Yrsn." 

**Ooabbela Dlariaa."Vxccll«m reading. Believed 
le be (ha only pelvata diary kept by a high- 
ranking Nati olficiaL ’‘Bnllfinch'i Mythology.'* 

New Mtmbera Receive S Books lor E.20 — No Membership Fee 

—BATON'S, lower main floor 



BARGAIN BASEMENT — Today's Features 



BABIES’ BOOTS 

Soft, flexible *'»c If- starter" boots, fn whiia and natural "Elk" • 
(trade name) or blark patent. SiMi i to 6 .. . . „.. 

NURSES' OXFORDS 

By Savage, white VElk" (trade name) tita with perforaXed vamp and 
arch aupporte. White Keolitc soira and military heela. I 

Sites 4 te 9, A and C widths - . 4 

WOMEN'S SLIPS 

Barred rayon slipe, hiaa rut. with adjaatable thoulder airapa • 
and lace neckhoe. Sixes $2 to 40 — - — 



SPUN DRESSES \ 

Women’# floral Spring prints. A ^olee of 
stylss in gray, ytllow, green and 
Thay'rt washable, tool A QQ 

Sites 14 to JO . “a^O 



WOMEN'S SPRING COATS 
All-wool covert cloth in flared hack stvia 
with yoke, rdantse lined, fn xr«v. x^fen. 
blue and black. 9A l«R 

Sure 14 to IS fcH.alW 



SPECIAL ILLUSTRATED SELECTIONS 

"Naw Seng la a Strang# Land." by Cither 
Warner, l.if# ki Well Aftwa as eeperieoced 
hy the author. 

"Travtia of Marco Polo." 



CLEARANCE CHILDREN S WEAR 
Oddments In children's spun dresses, beacoa 
rlotb robes, pUstic rahKoais. aklris, etc. 
Uatltsd qaantities and broken sitec, Q||d 
make early shopping advisable vO 

OIRLS* SADDLE OXFORDS 
White "Elk" (trade name) with blark sad- 
dle or white whS brawa. Niollie soU«. 
SIsri 4 to 9, A and C A QQ 

widths .^eVO 



MEN'S GABARDINE TOPCOATS 
Hard-weaHng, water-repellent coats In a 
wool and rayon gabardine. Hutton-ihrouxh 
atyle with set-ln sleeves and slash pockets. 
Tan shade. QJ CQ 

Sixes 37 to 46 ^^eVU 



WOMEN'S SANDALS 
Wedgie sandals with platform soles, fn wine 
nr green suede with gold trim. A QQ 
Sixes 4 U» 8. Medium width 



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MEN’S SUITS 



Made in EATON'S Factory 
Shop Today for These 

• All-wool worsteds . . . sizes 35 to 46. 

# Single and double-breasted models. 

• Men’s and young men’s styles, 

r. # Regular and tall types. 

^ 4 

# Cluster stripe and chalk stripe effects. 

' A # Blues and browns. 



Extra Special Purchase! — 1,200 Pairs 
All-Wool Ankle- Length Socks for Men 



FANCY PATTERNS 

VpIb QUALITY 

SIZES 10 TO 12 



^ manufacturer's clearance to us makes this un- 
, usually low price possible to you! Stock up Saturday 
■ for your needs now and later! You'll be saving real 
money on each pair that you buy. Blues, green, grey, 
brown ... in fancy knit patterns. Examine these for 
yourself . . , you'll agree it's a sale with a sock! 



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Men’s Sanforized Broadcloth Shirts 



YOUR PICK OF 300 

IN SIZES 14^ TO 17 

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COLONIST SPORTS 



lISSi 



Y oung Boxers Pack Wallop in Opening Golden Gloves Fights 



E nthusiasm more than maue unpopular dertslon and Iwt to Jim 
up lor lack ol experience In Woodi in later battle. In centre 

opening houu of Vohtou.er UUnd P'"""- ^ RCJf .lolf. 

ts golnf down for nine count from 
Golden Olovea champlorudUpa at by Brooka 

Bay Street Armoury lost night, and of Albeml in third round m openiiw 
round • house blows were mixed wellerwel|ht bout Refvec Jin 
freely with Kientinr punche.« Pic* Searle U shown in plrtujw at tight 

tolling nine count over Ronme Joe 
of EM|Ulmalt who dropped second* 
round TX.O. decision to Don Cod- 
vllle of Duncan in another welter- 
weight fight. 



Dave Gray lo Head Saaiiieli Anjjlers; 
NeM Derby Idea Under Goiisideral ion 



Godville Brothers ol Dune 
Simtliiriit in (»olden Glove 



Dave Gray wax elected to succeed Jones and Geurge Mann Trustees 
Lcs Dicks as president of tha Vic- for the year are Bill Hunter. Roy 
torla-8*anlch Inlet Anglers* Associ- ' Meeton and Walter Locke, 
atlon at the association's arumal 
grnersl meeting held last night In 
Arr*y. Navy and Air Force Veterans’ 

Club Auditorium. George ’ Joker" 

Patum was returned as honorary 
^ president and Stan Ball and Harry 
. Woolston were elected first and sec- 
ond vice-presidents, respectively. 

I* Secretary John Lund and Secre- 
Allen 



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Don Biowarl gtauimaU, M-tvaand 
<lai*. 

S Jamx Wood X4«oimall. dorUbuitd 
Da«« Merton ■!. Lotila Cniltfe. M- J 
pound ilsji 

1 aerni* Hrmron KaqulmaU «»''lUeni>d 
Krrain Johnoon, Jamr* 8a*. M* i 
pound rlaa* I 

S Jimmia HrGb««. Pt Loom d«' * 

rMl«n«d iioTrr .'ohoMti. Jain«« Ba|, 

M-pound riara 

S Jim Dumnni Xibcml drfl*ton*d Jo* t 

LrUlanr. RCM. lIstitwolehL I 

IS- Stamm t Ma«. Aii>«mi dr. uioosd Art said at the hospital today that Ben Open, 

u-Sir- Todt::.'' 

Harter Bfooki Aibrrni «ru«{SoAi|tii bright dlxpoxltlon. But ax some pal Beacr 

** "T* o'trr*”*!*” HaiiiDr^giuimait' links, knowing the durability the f 

•riierwriahi. * *" M « t, gpjnt of the UlUe Texan, might Demo 

13-jtmmi* wondf. Kaauifflai* dsruiqnad quId: '‘WhT^shouldnt he— he only Jack 
Dtfk MfLarvn. Jamri Bajr. M-pound ^ ' 

risaa has a fractured pelvis, broken collar marei 

» »nwtured rib and a few, 

»**•'»'* lother assorted inlUflesP” 1 



BI TTON FISH At AR( t PFTi: HII.I. ( IIAMPIO.N 

ReUrmg President Dicks sUted ui, PrrsrnUlinni of prlrex for IgiB 
his report that last year was a poor pgir Pete mil take the major award, 
year for ftthing In Saanich Inlet « K„|(i pijunn with a diamond In tha 
with only S3 button fish being taken rve of an emboaaed fuh Hill's 4«- 
by members of the sAArwlalion A pounder earned him top honors, 
brighter picture wax presented when other winners of annual and Derby 
he told of the Que.n Alexandra So- received their awards in 

larium receiving more than tl.S 00 aa prexentatiotui by the past president, 
proceeds from the annual derby i 
bearing its name. 

Lee Hallberg tendered the audi- 
tors* report which showed the club 
was in a sound ‘'lanclal condition 
and had improved lu assets during 
the past year. 

A note of appreciation was sounded 
when the retiring president pre- 
sented Stan Williams with a hand- 
tooled leather billfold In recugnlUon 
of his services to the club. The gift 
bore the Inxlgnls of the aasoctatlco. ' 
and WlUiams' 



Back Soon 
Take Ovei 



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lary -Treasurer Fred Allen were 
each re-elected and the new slate of 
directors includes Dan Tliomas. Doc 



ttimon. and WlUiams' mooo-j PHILADELPHIA, r.b. e t/Pi — 
iT Irtth J34B3J3 piu. ia°aoo Sur.e>-.on th. lowrr h.l( of V.n- M.mlwni IT 

in Ihr Croesy lourp^r. TMrd I. cd„«r I.l.nd h... dwl«<l no -Ubluhlng . clubhoa* «ul «ll ».pp>, If ih, 

M.ngnm. with KJAi. I ■««•«. drrr. the Provlnelal H«:d« the ,ue.uon of converUng ch.n plon doe.nt de- 

ChMtoe. .re th.1 even wlthnnl'o*™ B»nrh imld yeeterd.,, In , the clubhou«. fund Into . r«ie^e lend hU tlUe u.m 
nSiTtheSnite^tu^ HTder CdTr"^^ <m rnh>™ em.cl- fund .t .n extr.ordln.r, meeting The Tl-yenr-old ClmlnluiU negro 
le^ tht. ye.r will he compoe«l *ted deer In the Co,leh.n dtatrlet. to he held tn the ‘ !T“‘ 

ptotahly «0 per rent nl Te.m». 1 The br.nnh utd . htryey In the | NEW DERIir gJ «TEM Jotoy H.yne. 1.0^pr.dnder f^ 

Last year Hogan led in PGA. I lower end of the Island around A suggesUon that all Derbys ‘ Arena Monday 

rerognired eamingii with 133.113 Shawnigan Uke and Eagle Heights cepl the Solarium Derby be abol- 

_ :..-j with had disclosed the same condition. Ished in favor of a season-long com- Charles, rated by IsHila as iho 

Demaret was third with but omclals remained pusxled aa to peUUun was made but no definite top he4v}*weight contender, said ho 

llhc cause. action was taken. ThU matter too ' wishes Louis would "suy retired 

GOLF CAPITAL | *rhere were a few in a very weak will be given further consideration ai^ so I wouldn't have to fight him.** 

and emaciated condiUon. butothrv the extraordinary meeting. 'The' But. Charles added, if Louis Jn- 

were wUilerlrig much better than ex- prop«ial calls for a "ladder system ’ ■ alsis on fighting again and that 

pected dexplte the heavy snow. It similar to that used by some United Charles gets "the ciisivce to be tho 

is believed the weaker ones are late States groups and Albernl. challenger, it will be my Job to 

fawns which didn't get a good start Names of succeaifui anglers and flatten him ** 

before the Winter. the weight of tlveir catches form, The IBO-puund Ohioan said that 

**8o far we havC been pleasantly the rungs of the "ladder Monthly hg'd very much prefer If Louis 
surprised at the way the deer are pnaea could be awarded those on the . would drop out of the pirture so 
standing the Winter." said one ofS- top rungs with the complete Uat^ that "the reel of us heavyweights 
ciaL competing In a final Derby at the' could settle the question among 

He aatd hay had been put out for conclusion of the seesoo. It was ourselvea as to who*a the next 

the elk herds around Cowichan. but felt that an ever -changing order of champion.** 

noted that deer usually didn’t eat nsmea and appearance of newj Charlea la rmtsd In the same 

hay unlem It oontalns a large names on the "ladder** would add In- fistic drawer as Lee fievold. Jersey 

amount of weeds and thlsUea. tereet to flahlng during the year. ' Joe Walcott and Out Lesnevleh as 
Quail and pheasants ar# doing Regardlesa of what form the potential challengers for the Louis 
well, the department aaid. 'Derbya take, a motloo wax passed diadem- -and Charlea says it’s a 



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jthe top man of the game. 

! Hogan. IHB's leading golfer and 
jfor a decade one of the greatest 
IstaYs of the tourney swing, wss hurt 

when his car crashed with a Grey- while Mangrum was second 

'hound bus 3® miles es.it of Van (3l.2i9 99. L - 

I Horn. Tex , which U 152 miles south- 133.89999 
east of here 

FFLLOW TEXANS ! Pred Corcoran, formerly touma- 

As Hogan wax removed from the manager of the PO.A. and 

tournament trail for an Indefinite «hc man who did most to build golf 
Iperlod. xpeciilauon immediately »>"** of '*) lo 50 

arose ax to whom would succeed uiumsmentx a year over the naUon. 
him ax head man of the nations recfnily said. ’Texas U the golf 
golf. WeU. thera have been fopr,c*P‘»*J o' ^ 
toumamenu held thU year and a Texas big four -Den Hogan. 
T-t- golfer has won each of them kelson. Lloyd Mengrum and 

(rwik tha ly* Jlmmlf Demaret - and they would 



Reigel Shares 
Tucson Lead 
With Mangrum 



Hotelmen Grab 
Six-Game Lead 
In Tenpin Loop 



Morp Bad Nrws 



Doeusen Wins 



TUCSON. ArU. Peb. 4 -Ama- 
teur 6kee Rlegel reeled off a slx- 
under-par 84 today to move Into a 
tie with Lloyd Mangrum for flrat 
place at the half-way mark tn the 
tlOWO Tucxmi open golf tourna- 
ment. 

Both had M hole scores of 130 
Malgrum. the opening-round lead- 
er. fashioned a 88 today on top of 
Thursday's 84 Riegrt reveried the 
procedure. He had a 88 Thursday 
Trailing the leaders by one stroke 
wax Pred Hawkins, who added a 85 
to his first-round 88 for ISI. 

8tUl another amateur. Prank 
Stranahan, was amcmg the leaders. 
Re had another 88 today for a two- i 
round mark at 133. Re wax tied 
with Johnny Bulla. I 



HOW TIIET STAND 
(lorga Hotel 
Psctftc Meat 

Melraae Cafe 

Areades ...... 



iiogan s i>aek 
Not Fraelured 



Gorge Hotel U not a matbemaUcal 
eertainty lo win the champlonahip 
of the City Senior 'Tenpin League 
but tha Hotelmen art going to need 
a lot of catching. They extended 
their lead to alx games last night 
at the Arcade Alleys by acorlng a 
sweep over Melrose Cafe, whkh had 
been la the runner-up berth. Pa- 
dfle Meat had no trouble with the 
tratllng ArradM and took three to 
move Into second place. 

Andy Palmer. Sid Jenkins, and 
Fred Welsh paced Gorge Hotel with 
582. 543. and 534. respectively. 

Whiners took the Ant game barulUy. 
won the second by eight pins and 
the third by 45. Palmer opened 



EL PASO. Tex . Peb 4 liPl - Beii 
Hogan, the mighty mite of the links, 
doesnt have a aevere back tnjury. 
his doctor said today. 

Tha statement cams from Dr 
Davis Cameron, on# of the doctors 
treating the golf champion for as- 
sorted Injuries suffered In an auto- 
mobile-bus eolUslOD Wednesday. 

Earlier U had been feared Bogan 
might even have a broken back. Bui 
the doctor laid there wax no frac- 
ture. 

A bufietln xald Hogan should get 
well rapidly and bis tnjurlm should 
be fully healed In about two months. 



Standardised, which is not surpns- marksman. 

ing sines the gams hasn't elUier "Sixty par cent of the 150 major 
However, Cooke expects that a Mg colleges are keeping ubs on field- 

step toward staodardiiatioD wlU be goal attempts this year and next 

taken next yev when, hs betleves. year I expect to have ax many or 

his scoring standards will be writ- more keeping rebound figures. Re- 

ten Into ihs official ruins. I bound figures srt relauvely essy 

The nils oD nsid-goal sUempts, to record snd hsvc s definite value. , 
the coouwvsntal of the fig* We ail know that a strong man CHICAGO. Feb. 4 (fC). — Preddts 

ores DOW kept, would then bscome under the boards Is the backboos Dawsoo of Chicago tonight bound- 

official. ss follows; of 4 tsam." I** *®to ths No. 1 spot ss chsl- 

ATUcis I-An attempt wUl be , world's welterweight 

charged lo a player any Urns he/’ - n*a L , rhampkmship by defcattng Bmsrd 

shoots, throws or ups the ban si the \jclp8 i/6l I itCnCr ; Orleans, on a dx- 

basket except when the shooter is . I technical knockout victory. 

fouled In the act of sheotlnc. L f Am Rrsonv f Il5im ^******° 

Artkls Il-AIl tap-ups wUl be rOlII DUMIa ijliain Dawson weighed I43'4. Do- 

I las 

eouBtsd as fteld-goal attempta VANCOUVER, Fsb. 4 CP).— Bob’ . ^ 

Article ra-AU blocked shoU wUl McLean, six - foot - five - inch. 300- ' ^ 8U JM u 

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The westhenasB has sgsla 
farced eartaiimrat sf Vletsrla's 
week-end aperts pn>cra«. 

With rTnands eaverfd by a 
heavy fsli sf s«s«. Hseretary Ted 
Weetsver sf the Lsww Islaad la- 
lemedlatc Psstball Ausrtatlsa 
last night sffkially nuwsled aB 
games srhedakd tsday. 

While ns wsrd was firrlhnmtng 
frsm'setilar and Javentle leagws 
affletala H eeesns apparent that 
thetr tehsdaled r snta s t s fee tsday 
and tsmsrrsw wOl have Is he 
psstpsned. 

Indsar spsrta tsday are ItalUd 
ta the finals af ths Vaasswwr 
Island Gs M m Otsws at Bay 
htrest A f iai j . as ths VIeiseta 
BSgh Arhssi gTw wa dam Is net 
avaltshle far ths fsgwtar wee hJ y 



three toUl. Jack Bacon and 'fim 
Cambrty topped ths Insers with 541 
and S34 although neither managed 

a 300 pinie 

Art Porter ran up 554 with s 
steady dlxplay as anchorman for 
Areadss. but his efloru did little 
good as the house trundlers were 
well beaten In ail three games. 
Shorty Rnr started oft wHh 3C3 
and totaled 114 to hold up his end 
Poe Padfle Meat It was BUI OoaUs 
and Boo Wilson, 



r.B.r. Skiern lA*ad 

PRINCrrOH. BC.. Peb 4 CP).— 
o B C- xklen drew first blood, 
sweeping the crom eountry bs Van- 
oouver aooe championships opened 
here in fine weather today. 

Don Gunn, husky treahman from 
WeUs. BC, was first, completing 
the eighUoille river course in 53 
mlnutea. M ■eeonds 

Teammate Jim Proudfoot was 
second. 

A contingent of 30 Coast stars 
rompsts tomorrow In the downhill, 
fhttowed by slalom snd Jumps on 
Buoday. 



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I casualty Ust has been extremely 
heavy this year. More bad news 
I was received yesterday with an- 
nouncement that rugged Defenco- 
|n.«ai Ksnny Reardon will be lost to 
jelub for four or fits weeks because 
lof broken scapula in right shouldiw 
^reotlved In game with Toronto 
lTh-jT!idST ntghi. Wlngman Nor- 



wlth 548*s and 
Jim Ptrtie, with 539. who led *Jw 
wsy. Andy Hidden failed lo break 
188. but his 334 ssrood gams wax 
iBstrumenUl In hetptng ths Meai- 
■MO Win ths (dnsest of the three 
games snd was skn ths nlght'i 



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Tolerance Key 

— ITo Success of Puck Referees 

^ J I A -. ' MONTREAL, Fkb 4 CF>— Clar-i What about pUyari other ih 

^ 1 lbC7 Campbell, Natkinal Hockey captaim or altemata captaiiu afi 

Laafue praaldent who, In hie releroe* ' Irvf with the referect 
O f I * 1« t . hurled hi* eketei at a bunch ’ -a fu-d offleuJ wUl be rraao 

o* rbppini. threaUiUnt elub dlrec- tolerant.** eald C*mpt> 

tor*, lay* down a No 1 aUrtbute lor , Temper* wUl «el out of hand 

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^ I I P « MONTREAL, Ebb 4 CF)— Clar<i What about pUyen other than 

^ 1 lbC7 Campbell, National Hockey captalm or alternate captains affu* 

Leafue praeldent who, In hie releroe* ' Irvf with the referect 
O f I* l«t , Um days hurled his sketei at a bunch ’ -a fu-d offleuJ will be rraaoti- 

of rapping. threaUiUng elub dlrec- tolerant.** eald CSmpbeU. 

tor*, lay* down a No. 1 attribute lor , •Temper* wUl «el out of hand at 
^ ^ aeucceaalul rrlcraa. bard, solid de-'mjue. And because at compara- 

By ORANTLAND RJCB ^ | tarminatloo, lUealy low •cores m hockey there u 

Only four year* ago. it «a« bitter *n>ak'* what he espe4.ts ol his no other game In which ofllctaUng 
cold in Belgium and a heavy snow tlhff- bOd scouu lor In the can have such a great mflucnce on 

was lalliDg. But the guniue wu highway* and byway* of hockey, the result. Kaeh goal hm a tre- 
hot and the aotlen was heavy. The There'* more than poeslng tnterast. mendous value." 

Battle of the Bulge w*« <». there’s even cncouragament and 

Amon, tno« lAvolv«) WM a to minor 



der young Texan who had no 
thought at the time of any career In 



profiialenal and amateur leaguee. 
**A man can have all the other 



•ports. He w%i Just another fighting *Mrlbute^good skater, personality 



OI, and he was bedly wounded. Hls 
name Wa* Lloyd Mangrum. 



character and ao on^-but unlese he 
U''‘i1gldly Indi/Iereot and unlese he 



.. , . ha* the will to be head man, he 

b. . .uccm.,- «.d C«npb.U. 



year* have brought to Mangrum and I .4., / 

hU n» lortunm Th. .»na.r To- ^ “ 

.0, «.«to, A 1.ort.rropp«l mUA. •'•''•k'P.d. Otoncy b.«.n 

fuKw. of Ih. oorW todoy. fl . bteomo lmbu«l wlUi complon, crtckil pliyrr. btl b«n 

ri:r.r.d3br.ur2:„‘:c,.r.= oompmn.uotopp«.u,.co»uy. ‘^Ljainsmi 

He had traveled the lough AugusU He currenUy u Ota Nyansa.lM 

NaUonal to 64 strohes-stUl the rw:- ^ ^ phUoMiphy of ' WROTf H LOADS PBAVW i Tuma tCKAnD V*v\ 

ord. But he wasn't winning loo ^ pnuoMipny of , Oie Marylebone Club touring uam. |v# t? MW« tCW « a MWf «MAUJE ftwi A \ W 

Campbeh *un2 b*ck of hls ref-' 

rARLAtru CHANCE ^„*""There will be no brow^.Un, ’ Heae. addra- all Quenu to Canoonu. Ripley, e.. Rto, festurea 

Ouoe given a chance, alter the war by dub dlreeioc*. managers or' to line was Brllato* Ught- Hew Vork OUy HY 

he came on like a prairie fire Hls *n>e days of ‘'You'll never champion of the world. 

lint upward eurge came at Canur.],,„b in thU rutf again' are gone. FTrddie MtUs. with »,Jli votes. ^ « n m m 

bury in Cleveland where he won the T^e^ CampJu clammed up on' by 8lanl«^ I J SI Ag ■ n am || ACli I • W •! I BtlEkC 

U ■- Open in 1646 from a great field ptrwmaj ekau-throwlng out- ! liCSllllSdi fjllll 10^ 

that included both Ben Hogan and burtL-.jlp ^ Compton, only 10. wa* placed on ^ 

Bvvm Kel«m. , ,ou had the tmprsMoi. th.!‘fP ^ ^ *^p*j‘* **•’; • y ’ I J J • 

In I6a. Mangrum wa* the Wg;r»bbk-rou*ing directors flna^y got thig agdnsl ihe irtumphant Uam of irmtltiflx At Siltifil AtUftl 

money winner r>f the year-above the goat of a man they Wouldn’t Auitrallan* la*t Bummer. He aeored * /Rl iJllUlU /lUiMi 

*40 MO M* even oeued the brll« km* two te*t-matdh aenturiea, IM In the riaer aset-. . near asra— 



Name Compton 
Britain’s 
;Top Sportsman 



OPIKAI IUU5I0N 
Vi 'dtrv Mar'.nov<h 
iZecauM 0^1 Cslif 






PleaM addrese all Quenu to Cartoonist Ripley, e/e King Peeiurek 
Hew Vork City N Y 

Raciii^ Results, Entries 



$40,000 Me even pasacd the brU. boat. Uit-matoh aenturle*, IM in tto 

llant Kogan to this raapeet. With LSNGTHV CAREKR ^ ^ third 

hU Tam O'Bhaater aalary and other, remDbell* iwfeiwein. dev. .ir-i^h attempt to help Englanr 

addition* Msnerum wasn't far from rvfemlng days stretch regain the •'Ashe* ’ 

^ ,hW ** soaaons. IW to th# Nifl..| - - 

the 166.000 mark 1^,^ Edmonioo lawyer, he atepped Vv • r> fa 

Now the e*-<»I with the Eurplejima th* presidency of hockey's big llov'W I lin Ilt*!ll4/ 
H^srl i^uri* IMS underway by *to- lu,,* |„ I/a v 1> \jUU I/I a W 

ning ilv $16,000 Um Angele* Op«». Campbe*! m*>nUiiis a good ref- Cl e J \I e \V I 
played to .now. slest and hall, plus a'^re* must be tokrant and even sym* loldtCQ ]vC\t ^ CCK 
wind m*i out of eh# Barren Und*, p,„,,„c aitUude of 

Just down from Baffin’* Bay. player* "Jn Ih. meet violent comact; 8UCCE88, N.1 . Peb, t 

Bo Mangrum opened (he new year ^ cunuci ^ 

with $2,600 ready for deposit and • / • r«.wud#vVfJ i>ki. hruiu Isfcretary-genersJ, next Tuseday wU 

AA# ConMdertng this body conu«,L ,k. v 



iwQ ve*i-ma(rcn oemuriei, ta« in ute natr aact-> t riaeT esr*— 

first and 146. not ouU to the third. atui <w*iit uii* mm mm r*«i n* n rcj)i**n> mn iite iim 

iu»l ana ive, nov ws in mw muih. .Trvu.i Tl M te* Mu. aviarSt iWruhr i$ M II M 

In a vain attempt to help England ricf,‘.:3,g j»aa :c«m*4io )M tn* t« in« iWMir«»«> »>• 

retain ths '•Ashes ’ i s<r*»«xM T*»»n tow. eun n*i, a*uaevf. coweiiMU* 

regain tne ««»«• si*«. finuuia. ltu«a uo*flr «‘m •»! OIm* 

~ ~ Uiirio ai.iMa ascoND asca^ 

f .... riMAXAf A.... AA«« A«*Mir '*«**•". *****!ti«**M 



ruiM rt>m»f •mamu. •Ji »9 •»: fo mk 



Morpn’s Experiments With College Fighters 
End With Truck Driver Turning Tiger Into Rug 

By H'lLBl R WOOD had. Ukc the Arab*. tokl4% their . Then he drove a nght Uj the chm 

NEW YORK. Peb. 4 (HAHA). 1 WnM and aUfOitty stoiea away. 'and a left and right to the twdy. 
Dumb Dan Morgan, disciple of the, But this last one was semeUiingj HOLD THAT— Tlor.R 

daily double and dealer to IlaUc to behold Morgan and Brlltoo af-l The rMwcomer shock off iheee 
Ivory will tell you. without lUf mg Ifrctlonalcly called him thrir Prince- end brned in Hr iri : • 

and m soma few million words, that > ton Tiger. He was tail, fart and tx'di hsiid*. smashing U># 

collegian* don't balong to the ring clever Well schooled by the niasler-j-^j^, eutung lum uiuJrr oi- 
Thme's a reason for Dan's ^laek ofiful Britton, the Tiger flashed *| eye and dmibUng him up win. bony 
faith to the boys from the campus rapier left and knew aU the n»ves.i flattened ll.e 

It goes back to e long time ago. He was a tiger, or so they thought , swu^Wng rigin (o ll.e 

U secffii that Morgan and hU, "Well make plenty of bucks wiin 
Man Friday, Jack Britton, by some this one." they exulted. . «,.««« .».• ih. -nv*r 

odd chance had seen a coUege foot- One afternoon it happened there Mru«*n • * 

baU game and wMw amaeed at the was no one around to boa with the t*»« «“* *« 

{ferocity and rugfodness of the ath- Tiger’- *ut ta came a heavy-sel,' "I gotu gel out of h«v. Mr M»v- 
letefc ithlck-neeked. flashing -eyed guy to a •»» 1 totia loeded truck waiim* 

; “Boms of thoH guy* ought to'ltaUw )aek#t who inquired for | for me at the comer and I goua 
make good heavyweights,** Dan said Morgan. make some dellve^. Msybe 111 

to Britton. They’re big and fasti "I •»* told you were the man ioj$*e you tomorrow ' 

'and fame— and they have brains** said the newcomer. ‘T want I He put on his pants snd shoe# 

Ul . ..I »m. .1 th.» AM «ch I “ •".* ‘“''“J I',!!", 

em huw to box and then maybe we ^ ^ minutee Uter 

ran tSo!S >m "»*" you don. an, nghttogr th. Tiger m too. and f«l 

for * lot a< dfHieh" «>. Am iweS! “ Neither Morgan nor Bniloit ever 

Used Britton's reply UckT** asked saw hide nor hair of elthsr of them 

« ..w .w w . A I Morgan again, 

mf^' Lh« IMPREiblVl RICOBD | *-And that's why I don I Uke col- 

Who 'would be Uiterasted to making "I lUflened nine cab driver* fighter*.** oonclude* 

a let of money by becoming fighters the last two months.'* 1 

to report to them at Orupp*e Oym- Morgan wa* Impressed, cab drivers' ““ 

naslum. at that time being a nigged type of' 

TEN LITTLE INDlANi cltiaen. WT . W 

Th. h., Mwn .nd »miooi, 1^ g,,nl a. I 

on.h«i ih.., ciA- w cou«i»« «. ! ’°J2* . i *f * tJ • 

• ''jiied. Tliree months later half the:.. **• *A»®6t .^f* ®*E 

boys had decided figbUng was nol|“°f»"’ ‘•■‘'®‘*» 

, their gam# After another nionth ' ^ ^ ^ *“^! for quilriy 

^ there were only ten left. Then there ***^^J^“**^' ; ueenni: 

,were hut three. At last, all but one »® * borrowed eome trunks and < .nnarel for 

shfws and puu them on and eurted apparri lor 

to lace on the glcwes. heving sent ^ ^ WrVT A fN 

Bowling Meet ";S«r,rrTU‘‘ * «-to. 87 YEARS 

I C '"1 can’t right with them ttongi 

I l\ n I I !on,' eald the newoomsr *I always 

IJr3W Il6l63S€u ] I donT need . — .. 

no gloves.'** /^ ~ — — — 

I Ron WUson. *e«'r*iary of the Vie- Morgan explained glovea were ob- / *-rtrr, 



egaln. 

**And that's why t don't like col- 
lege guji as fighters,** conciudiu 
Morgan, sadly 



iWe J. 

W lISvMi (s.llOwl 

! for quilriy 

i uesnne 

gppsrrt for 

87 YEARS 



Ron WUson. *e«'raiary of the Vic- 



ri<r <0 A4 «oia 
|B4IIi« S<»rwt lOaMftf 

I e/rat>-n«e a««H»an'» Oaia. 



fMAtf ca*(i iUj.id*r> T). I'^ne Trnpln Bowling Aseociallon.l llgatory. Uisi Uiry might all be 

S'.f.*!*.*'!? aa 1“*** “* •♦'•e”'* enm-unerd yealrrdey that 34 entries , ihrc»wn to Jell If glove* were not 



) es' VHIBU aAfT— 



LAKE 8UCCE88, N.Y . Peb, 4 ■.# !_ 

Trygve Lie, United Nations r<ira''BM.i^ 'UaSvar 

AA,A*AA«_>..,....I mm9t will 6u tHttflO. 



s/rai>-Aaa vwwana a«.,, i^a«,,,,ir 

a/<.« Owpar. •«»•( Uaw. Cl«ke4w. |u4 'varu • 

BrraUfc«4 Mua aiee It 



FOiaTV BACX— 

•I ee |t W M •« Black Fo« <Oat(trt 

1 40 4 M tttaivc; r t iOUmmi 
maa-^Mi ■ savta- 

>!•# Fai, a#re#f itfauhaa X«ai me 



.-r.i.vn »t aw. “ Wtaalng to every. 

.T«ohQ rtAirrm c«, ««».„„ ■'•L'’*'? 



l.loyd Mangrum today has one of rtatralned as they do. 
the finest swing* In golf He U an! 
ex«H>ptl<mally strong wimden club| 
player, a fine Iren player and a eon- 1 T ^ . If . 

•latent putter. He has more length |0 llOSl 

snd oontroi. *• 

It also might be added that ho Is |h i rr^ 
a sUml-hearted oompetltor and a p llpl/ I OIIPIIPV 
aporleoian of high rank Ho on# to * X T/UI Uv J 

golf ha* mom friend*, ss Ben Huganj nlw YORK. Peb. 



with $2,600 ready for deposit and i -Cmwidertng this body conugL *sa ;*l 

1^. 1..1 or r«.,h to„rn.r.nt, ^ to 

.v..4.vn «avew **‘**“' •'.ry- cwpeltof this year lor ^ | „„„ 

t.lo,d M.nnum .00., h« on. or'^'.il^^’; ** Tn. dr., «.l b. n>Ad. .t th. »--« iS *'• {S 

the flneal swing* In golf He u an! United Nslions MarUiattaa office s<-falc4i»)i utnaM Sv*. a«Mi w.i h? srraithve. a«ur u*. b««u uif. 

exeeptlonaJly strong wiwd.n club' * for the DavU Cup. symbolic of the ** iMe*Ma*iM 

player, a fine Iren player and a con- I J ^ ■ II - wtirld's lop tennis play. *nV.>. .n*nu.«fr. him «» ** *s »o An«h*f«^ iOu««a« ii i* *m 

aliteni putter. He ha* more length |0 flOiSt Canada, Atutralle. Cuba ai»d Mex- «m j*o 'MluiVah. svm Ariir* * “ 

and oontrnl. *> ico will compete to Ihe Amerlran a«r»(«bM e«*iaa>. « r%!. Mr. a r. 1 e$v$Mu asex- 

U .1*. mtiht b. «ld.d lh.l h. u p I rp »n. nuKh« Khrtuw U> .wrt «,«‘'Tr..i'''rCU.S::r ’i S 

a suml'hearied ocmpeUlor and a plIpL I OIIPIII^V -taiicf MbIimii- Urr:- 

aporleoian of high rank Ho on# to ^ 7 Twenty-three countries wiU lake i,*, f.*ii, s,Va," 7** wokji^i-. u -* luve »*ts 

golf ha* mom friend*, as Ben Huganj NLW YORK, Peb. 4 up,. — The European sone games. fivxwia bacs— tieaiion***’-' i.H •*• 

and Jimmy Demaret. i wo other pop*| world a amateur hockey tournament American and European Bone B«anr»r» •’** Rt* ^ alriui?«a M%7uln * ’* 

ular entries, can le^tl'y. jwUJ be staged In the United States winners will play off, the winner t)*ia»''D ffpnoour ibmo#' $m OVKKSTGIIT ENTRIES 



iu»4ii44i4u besH received for the team worn. $o they got inio the ring 
* *® 2x the city tenpin tournament, j and Morgan explained to the new 

whiilt win be rolled at Olbaon's , comer that he should drop hla head 
•S4M •*«• iVM thi® week-end In- a bit and tear in at toe other fel- 

eluded among the entries am Wat- low. 

>ry Mifh Wa’ra ‘ Men’s Wear, der4mding chsm- ' TOOK DAN S ADVICE 
». kupMWfl" jpb'n.« hit «mi •rlfh m l>h nr t*,-.. 



5 "'“'•t in 

± ^€ond» 



ulsr entries, can le^ll'y. |wUJ be steged In the United 8tet«l winner* will play off. the winner t)r»I“D Mpnoour .bmb»- ^ ts# 

Manxrum * working headquerur* next year. Oltks bidding for the chalienglng the United Stale*, pres- 
•re at Taro O’Bhanter, Chicago. HI* event are Boeton. 8t. Paul, Minn . holder of the cup. ■ni# finals asex- 



new home U In Lm Anxelas. but he^nd Lake Placid. nV. ' *i wto hfW *t Hllis. N.Y.. isS SuV^tr 

wa* bom in Texas, the home state of , ^ p, August 36-38. SUrtkM v 

th.wlnnln,,oltnrtn, o« An«uur 

M.n.nim dn«nr«. .11 th. rto AAMClAtlon ttun of th. Unittd C 4 f . ' *-••■ 

ch^rri.. ,h.i h... eo™ hta ..r. m ^ .tockhoto, 0..1 huniiv .Attemoons <>'' 

will win hU .h.r. ^ ™^iWM» u> .lund . mnlln, of Ih. | * 

. .To ^ >« r.d.r.- Tmnrnvp Rreiiltc 

factor to th# next UB, Open where .. ' 11111)10 v C ItC^llllo -Hove? n«< 

Bonn will d.f.«l hi. till,. ^ I ,g;£-.!* 

HOW Ml CH OR HOW I.ITTIE (.31111)1)611 KlVCr 

How much golf, tournament golf, a H A. announced today. This year's I ’*T*Vokw 

should a fellow play to keep an edge i championship will be 'decided In Fishermen to the Campbell River p«nni>M 
and not get s t ale- or nisty» I Stockholm, beginning PWbruery 11. area have been taking advantage of 

Ben Hngan Is trying to figura lhU[^ AHA. dlrociors said the site and warm afternoons during the past fr** 
out *1 laid off for two months, be- ' of the tiW ehamplonshiiw wUl week to enjoy soma fair steelhead 



„ Suniiv .\fternoons 

week to attend a meeting of toe •' looV“^ ^*^1* *ar!!ff'Th« 

htom.uon.1 1« Hocto, r.d.r.- improvc Results Erl’ o. 

He wUl eocept toe 16M toume- A,/’ I 11D“ le! •«»•"*“** - 

mem fonnally at that Ume. toe At liHni|)l)Cll UlVCr ca* w*ik ig ^tnie _ 
A H A. announced today *Thls year's w « %^n nt siroio) asct-oi* 

championship will be decided to Fishermen to the Campbell River p«nm>M les ami»a<ur 

Stockholm, beginning February 11. are* have been taking advantage of In vliili? »«*u 



Frisr riasT asca>-Mii« ms itaiMnia 

itcHTii asex— r*tti«ne n* VAc«v*nx L«s 

a «r Ur«4usu <Hev»«r> |* M H M M M C1t*r Bart lU Bomumiti* 

r/.f ctSi ICAMUV. J**e Jail. B»*i let BM«dr Tn» 

CberakM V iMerUit. »»• r*R«>o IM OaUary 

Brr»lch«4 Au>«nle Ae«. Mint irrONB BSCX-Ona wnt 

Mav. Braa* Cacne«. Caa atri*. uiae wan- HB(rf«nar Caat lU Vanua O Mila 

oara. fUalia ill War AaaOi 

OVERSIGHT ENTRIES Ktaaint Siary fit Dlnarr o««u 

wvc.«.r<iwii« Oa«aU Faaa lit To« H Jairr 

VtaST XACX— ei« TBIXO BSCX— sib Urkiit*i 



tVAti BArr- "He u hit you with a Jsb or two, 

II M »4ei *1 4* Bw.tfo •AtLar-D' •) 4. |i *4 i* IS Blnglas and doublss events Will be but Bs soon SS you get to close give 

is *“ IM week-end. jhim eU you got with both hands." 

B'Mi w.i H) Brraitha4. Bauf Ua. b««u tm\i. j Drsw for the tssm event follows was Uorgan'* advice 

'*.r.'*’Rr7*'iArc.ra. mm! I pm.-Pollard ConstrucUan. T11-! notmg the tXnupr evi- 

*•(# Anatiarata <ou««ai ]>it *M Hexim* Prxtt 6s Lambert Oorae Ho- knew nothing, voiced ajiro- 

Maiiafr'la Ni^kiilsi J 44 . . ' * ' 

•• -R' i.r.-i Maiarrah. Sweat Atlir* t«t. OOlden Loaf, CoIOfllSt. 1 1#*'. 

4$V$MU asex- I i om- rienni* riah Mh.« iR^tto' t ehanc#," he said 

Of. Tmi 'LMa4t>.< SN iMetaL Chevrons, Blades. Domtoloni .LT:.* « .. 

.TalViT.. . ' M..I, OldCtok.,Cl..rrt«, Ptoln-l 

.ibf..sh.uou.coiow..-r,p». L“° 

anaf'a iMai i.H IM , _ o - w^ .a -a I Tiger bounced oul of hls comef and 

Toffh War .Waa.iai... ) 1$ 7pm -SmUln Ben*. Duffy'* Caf*. - itlnxln* left to th* fare 

Barauiws ■ Ration Waucm's Men's Wear. ,,^,^^11' — ‘ ' 

OVKKSTGIIT ENTRIES Fuel, Kencys Best. Eaglai, Hoyle- 
riasT ascx—Miia an* Kataanix Brown, Toggery Bhop. Rtubbys, Nut* ^ ^ ^ 



ismiH 

" •! oiMUMt 

leair rticn « ,mi$ 

llWWob. isa »»•* ^ 

Hua4tti. .Ae< J 



IMta*M4.. m 



riaiT BAci 
FattlanS 



OVERNIGHT ENTRIES 



IM nUichfr . 1)1 CotBBi'ane 

Ma4am« Fary It* MaUrrah 

jll Bcagiy Qutrn U* To44y 

.,1 Ptnwlrr II* Anna»a)U Ayr 

*U TH* 1)1 

IST rm-BTB asCK^MU* an. tlaWaniB- 



III 6 pm.— Arcadas. Manning Istm- 
I** ber. FarUlt Homes, Faclflc Meat. 

Bones Imperials, Stratheona Cai*. 
Ill Canadians. Christmas Cracker*. 

IM 

m Chenier Entered 
In Riiliard Meet 



ill Mail' R«var4 IM RBantyfliaa 



til Brait iei Tarr? Barfoi* m oserr-srw wah a n , , , - , 

Hattonm IIS Maabla 11 US DnICAOO, Peb. 4 — OeOTge 

II, Cat). Br*«r4 114 Riaita iti Chenier of Toronto, Canadian 

ill fa.r^ oraae m thamP*®®. »>• 

IM Rbantyfliaa lie om* nail |M the blUlard etars attempting to 

U4 Anna My 114 I««la(a Ui a,^_ 

114 xi!»«r La*4*r )M e«ptf Rntnbar Ul *^t Ht‘*s from the perenolal 

raB*»«, Ul BfMtms Hama ill WUUe Hoppe, world thret-cuAhlon 
iM VivYM - A V.* ‘ehsmplon. and toe le*eer- known 



U) U’riMies 
IM Kllayr 



Tinati BArX— Ui't an4 a •ta'amiX 

•rry US It) Br<«« 

Ti<a Hi c^alnat 



best for tidewater fishing with Win- *Ji"4*a 
ter springs taking well on herring pine* n*r 
and plup. - roi avR asce 

_ ... . .. •*) •»*•* 

Dr R. F. K nsman of Vancouver juniaf wotr 



IM ChMM V*fae« III Usahan 



HRW ,TvT' X, T 

Nxw YORK, Peb. 4 — Al- ^ Devon minnow in Upper tsis^d jjartuaMs 



fore the Loe Angeles Open," he eald ^ deterralned later i fishing to both Campbell and Quin- rmati aArx— m * an4 a 

-I knew before the first round was . _ ^ River*. WUlow Point has been JJ^'V ul ci^Juiai ‘ 

over that two months was much W> ^ ,bmt for Udewater fishing with Win- 5 m*u 

long. I had lost my Judgment of die- txavtitrallirk ^ springs taking well on herring pine* n*r i<* Rai«vM o«k* 

tones I had dropped part of my k /llUl I 1 tUlllllllJU and plup. roi avR 

eonfldence. There were too many El Dr R. F. Kinsman of Vancouver J5atBr’wo?f us b*^ r^a* 

places where I felt uncomfortable or, »y "t OR FI LLERTON, Jr. Lnded a l$-pound steelhead with u* S^Ik -rim"" 

troeerUIn I know I can*» playj NEW YORK. Feb. 4 — Al- * Devon minnow to Upper tsi^d }urtua«a ni ci»ii*uy 

through all the tournament* on , though owning a baaeball club can p«a and then wok to the water* -.rx-iw* a«4 a 

ahead, but T *tin don’t know how be classed as a risky buslnewi. there off xyee Camp for a nine-pound e^rHu im swiham*t«« 

much rest HI need never seems to be no shortage of .pung Frank and Vic Heller brought “‘iw^iSnant U? c^VT ^T.V 

Tou can lay off a week-^ybe guys who are wllUng to Invest toelr uf a pair of modlum-.iied steelhe*d lit unV.ii»..r 

two weep. But no longer ru have| dough . . Within a few dap BUI pn Tee minnowx One was token at wV^ISfy lie Mr A V. 

to drop oul now and then beeeus# and Charley DeWltt, who should Uooer DUnd Pool and the other ”• 

the atl-yeer grind, plus ths practice know the rUks involved, and Fred'n*^^dy Pool. w.VV." ^rnTMaur 

I put to. has gotlen to be too lough " m. 8«t«h. Jr . who may know. hav. j Theo MallliMon cooUnuas to make ‘‘t 

POOR riTTER bought controlimt Interests in the good catches. HU JatoBt buUng pro- fMn*r m mu* **i a . 

Why Is It that so many member* t®f® 8t- Lout* elub* ... In each 'duoed three fWh around ten pounds. asrs^u f«rwn*i. 

of a galtory elect to follow Bam f**®. th* reported prlee was about a Devon minnow wu the lure and a***f4 {J* ' 

Bnead. knowing In advance he is| $1,600,000 . . . Lorry MaePha4.l Bandy and Qulnsam Pools the Irtta- **tuff** im **" *<^iry 



114 Anna My 
114 LaaCar 



lie Ott* Rail 
114 Ivalau 
)M S«ptr Rnfnbar 



SIXTH xsrr-SK mneaft 



IM Baiala 

lie Ral«rM D«ka 
lurtoas* 

114 Mrlat UtiUa 
US B«l fN*4 
m DiaS eMekaav 
Ul wuk Tla«r 
Ul Chllasay 
11 ) 



U) Usahan US Ttaklnyxlt 

jj) Th» 8hak«r tU Otnali 

It* SMrrv* rup U4 Man 

'Altitu L*46 Its Kaeey latua 

1ST Rur Bfauiy |01 BraaSnlov* 

lie Mamlnf Baan IM 

JJJ esvTirra asci— H««n rorianfi: 

!®I 044 yuxkeari II) star M44la 



H* fpaatiaarai 
lOIrme'a 
Ra«»af4 
IM rttallna 
IM AdtnlrS) laa 
IM Bwardftawn 
lei DwpUfatar 
III tnla Cl 
is. rBanfanut* 



IM Tai Yau 
IM A«4ittoga Man 

IM Mnal Call 
IM r ButU 
IM Ton Turali 
IM tOftan* Drift 
It) Twin Ffraa 
IM Swa* 0«t 



111 Willie Moscoeil. pocket bUIlxrd 
IIJ tltllAt. 

IM Hc^pe and Moeconl wUJ defend 
their title* against a 34-man field, 
over ten days of play starting to- 
morrow The whlU-halred Hoppe. ' 
in 02. hu survived championship com- | 
petition for 41 years and show* no 
iM sigTu of slowing down. 

Im National championships wUI be 
IN decided first, with the (^ finisher* 

' in MMh division then csigMlng 



CJ 

V IS MONEY IN ' 



JOB WELL DONE 
IN YOUR POOKET 



iinirm BAct — Mil* an4 uirf*.«i(ht)i*- Hoppe and Mosconl to 



IM OMiart. 

Ill Baa SeUn4«r 
leS n*!lahaa 

111 'rrM r 

Caffc«f ry 
•aam Mlekt 

Ul Jaaefal 



U4 Vala Vicki* 
144 Tadnae 

IM r*a ii<<vw 
IM WaaAiway 

lot S*4>**|ay 

111 traaat 

Ul 

Tfairy. 



Of a gallery elect to follow Bam c“®. the reported pilee was about a Devon minnow wu the lure and a***M Jm lls ‘ Vta^ry. 

Bnead. knowing In advance he is' $1,600,000 . . . Lnrry MaePha4.l Bandy and Qulnsam Pools the Irtta- im »ri»try ' | fmi Ti m*, i m ^ 

going to Wow a certain number of Branch Rickey and Bill Veeek have'tions. Malilnson also had a fair Tatmaaa** bis lei | 

•hortpulU? By short pulls. 1 mean proved that It's poutbl* to mak*|batU# with a large coho before ShViSir” *^*Tu‘ T*“i1irf*“‘** m //nafafe Ollf/A 4 ///Iin 
from a foot to two feet There U more than a living out of baseball, releasing It aUve. IV* !£ liai ' ‘^h 

nothing that preeents such an anU- toll other oemerx have lost enough ' — Bu**n m Kmiiiiihmi i|i BEATTLE. Feb. 4 (FI. — Al Hoe- 

eltmax u to see a golfer play a hok' shirts to keep a laundry working a ■ a\ 1 Burui o*wr>*i • »*• tack is quitting the ring, tfato and 

hrtmanUy. hav. a 16-foot putt for ^double ihtfu. ILUCKV UFaW C/nClS o«7J2S , us "drfinUely.- 

Wrdte three, and then finish with t strike orT J Ui Th® 33-yean-old former middle- 



]t) round-robin for the world tUlae. 

II* Chenier will represent Canada to 
IM the pocket-hUllajd division, 
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Carpet Bowling 



Ever hid your cir repsired and itill find ill performsnee wsi 
nol Bstisfictory? More rtpilrs, more cxpoiM • . • O'l • coitly 
buiineii. Best pisn is to bring your car to ut where ipecislly 
trained roerhxRici do s good job the firsi time. 



eltmax u to see a golfer play a hok ' shirts to keep a laundry working 
brtmantJy. have a 10-foot putt fer'doubk shtfu. 



Wrdte three, and then finish with t 
bogle five But they Ilk* to see the 



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1^. X * H United Carpet Bowling Ttmma- 

Ul' BEATTLS. Feb. 4 (FI. — Al Roe- ment matchu to bs played next 
tack is quitting the ring, tfato and’week are u foUowi: 

111 ''definitely.** | Meour-A M*Mm*» **. r M<x«4kM*. 

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NEW YORK. Feb. 4 (F) —Frank 



lean VHglntan swing a club. TYwyi — lldiK JliTuNir IR m 

MIAMI.FU,Feb.4tF1.-Lucky7A.ri*.-»r 

hok riRlrtera^EX yard* to length. I P‘*y"'‘"*~**®*’®* Adrian. Draw. on. Of the futtot thorough-' 

1)?^ * I. hi.hi. Therex' *‘*’®*’ - of th# old bUchlgan bred* of recent year*, hu come to o Ol 

*A. »Ku hni. rj.arin» ha mlcht drlee *® rnsnage the elub i Trainer W. F. UulhoUand today ■ ^ 

inDi th* bunker Bnead took out aj“"^ ^ reached Adrian and at the | annourMed Oeorge D. Wldener’s HEW YORK. Feb. 4 ^ 

^ iron He olantad the baU Just ti»® he found aU ths team's elght-year-oW geUtog wlU be p4ff- 1 fBpec) 8hea. a dluppolnt- 

Trm^i froii l!jr bunSi ^ UMO my.urtou.ly developed ounMiUy retired. jment to New York Y.nk^ lut 

ehinoMi Stone dead heard of a| Lucky Draw made N starts dur- ,/®®h **ghH hls 1649 

•nuTwonder is that Snead's play “®f«> bettary. Johiwon and Or*y. tog his racing carur. He won U 7^ “ believed Shea* salary J*® 
rt^lTtolrJln^^ld 4 **» -r® for an todustrtal ttom. «u eecond five Umu and determined on . cncvdlUnnal basts, 

hiih standard whan you flguia him ^«4« M»d hired tham . . . Johnson third three Umea. earning I371A60 depending on performance and 
wilutng one and two-foiR putU on Pitched and won the first and third to pureee. , ewidltlnn. 

three out of four ooneecuilTt boles, famee of the opening serUa. Wag- In 1646 be woo seven etralght Shea enjoyed e remarkahls frvah- 
REC AMERICA moved from abort to the mound stakes event, six of these to track mas year with the Yanks to IfiY 

‘ *ri**niT e **'• second and fourth record time. In winning the Nar- when ha won 14 game* and loet five 

*rhta^ WMtoeee Mwipmy ^ ^ hurkn ragansett Special he equalled tha Last year he dropped off badly, 

**Bee America tow suddenly re co vered. , world's record for a mile and t-l6tlu winning nine end loaing tan with a 

„ja. thay mova to Artaona. From i*aa mmrnmit.rrm mark. 



II; The 33-yeai^old former middle- g ^ ** *^**** ” 

!H champ told a WuhtogVml TmUat— omh* u 4 orirna w. tsmS- 

Ji! Athi.H* iHi.R ..*4.^1.^ i.,A r»r_*n4 R*rrtoM. B*u* *n4 M«kim«a 



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,M Athleuo Club gathering lart night \V 

that despite fair succeu 'to a '*■ ><•- 

cent encneback try, he is putting n4r*ur-owHs*"Bri4t* su »Mt«a n 

aw*T th« vlnvM U*Xm(,«. M*Min*a *1)4 OUmmI*4*. 

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From Texas they light out for! comeback this month . . . And 
lAAdslana. dally to Alabama and Rocky Orartano Is ready to resume 
Quo move Into Florida where 8t training to go through wtth a Call- 
Pvtervburg. Miami and Jackaonvtlle fomla bout and thus get htmMlf rt- 
h4)id thetr show*. The next move Is j tneteted In NBA xtatee . . Nick 
toto the btMT CaroUnu. where they cuUop. Milwaukee Brewer*' man*- 
draw some ot their largeet crowd*. [ y«r, cnoi ^ many cr ow* last Winter 

Then they move Into the Maston. | mat the coonty ran out of nooey 
at The AugueU National, to Oeor- ^ boonty. Thk year he hac 
gla. on# of theD f»vored camping hooked tg> with 8cout Marty PurtoU 
■pou trod' the care of Bob Jonea knock off a few Bsote at the 
and aiff Roberta I peek. 

Thk Is covering a good many 

thousand ol mike, raoet of them “ 
well trapped and heavily tamhered 
And from the young ermv of toortag 
gntfere ku then a down break even 
or th* trip, where their expeneu 
often mn from $30 to $•$ a day-»^ 
ap.more 

■v»n*th* Hogan*. Mangrum# and 

Demaiwts haven’t too much left al, 
the end «f the tov. ' 

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V Baeowver's '41 Trad* Board PriJeat w etrappl^, barthag 
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waie.’ A* Canadiaa Jedge AdvocaSe-GenarBl he awed with 
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Mi enargrtic iaUrwH m poUtlcB and romnixBlty 'mpTnTMaawi 
th* bee gMtleman wH) keep a atari Is^ eye aa kgUahoa 
at Victoria asd CNtawa affect* Vanceover Bad owr 
democTBhc way of Ufa. 



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POdee to atperlenced perwin Write Mra 
ICbarlea Marlin. MS Beach Drte* 

i\*ARTTD ~ e r ih sianB ofsratoiu 
' * badly naaded Vtctoeta Ualrdraaelnk 



AT flBABONABLB RATtB 
BW T1IDCKB FOR HIHB. BO 
pitb boiale and flatdecka Bap 
rera Fboao O tAkl • 



\ mWT10R. PtEABB » BTKWART'B 
aid-tipie denee at Royal Oak. ran> 
reM toiittbt only. I 

j JANCK TO~THB WWrTKRN'MbUKTAlH-' 
ilae CCP Han, opmmlio 
loll eeary BaiurdBy, d-U. 
•lime Id eante 



P BNBIONKR BKKKB HOUB WtU. W0RB| 
tor room and board Pratrr a lanob 
hncpo near Vietona or Keduimalt cabin If 
ironvenicni Write 'Harry r/p Mra Apaoa 
Bwittt. Aa aaai a It C 

flLOUamNO. BKCAVATTNO. ORAOVO. 
I rototllilnf Call F R RetdMr O «S4«. 



’AWTBD - FABTRT COOK. FOR T 
bouro dally Boa SIOL ColonUt. 



lOBBtnNINlI AND BTRCmrikAL BN- 
rilHBBBII. OBAOB It 'fee the OftIcP of the 
RrMpa Bnairtaar. Fubilc Worke Deportment. 
Vlrtorta. BC.t 

BALART S3.ld4 rUfnff M d« IM- 

per annum tinclumog current 
Cnat.nf-Llvinp Bnnua>. 

DCTTKB Pill include (be dampnind 
and preporaiton ef plant al 
I bridree. fertiaa. pbarf tiructura* 

etc . in timber, ateel pr eamerate. 

I . preparaMon nf bUlt ef materiale 
I and ettimeiea ’ 

I QlfALIFICATIONB CandL 

! da'et mnoi be ellfftMe for reotetra* 

• Inn ae a member nf the Aaaimia- 
I Ron at Pmfeaalanol Knelnetra of 

Britiefi Columbia, abd have bad 
aeeeral years' rtperteore Id bfidfo 
detitn and rtenefrutllaa. 

Uwet be WrlUah ewbjevla under 41 
yvan of at* •eaerpt la the caao of 
ec-emleetnan. obt ora given 
I pikfarvrrei. 

Appi|ea<«»n forma ebtalnablt from Oovvm- 
meni Apeociap. tbo Civil Strvloe Com- 
mtattott, WetJer Bldg Victoria, or SM 
Beymour HI . Vancouver to bo completed 
and rviiimed rMMBniATBLT to tba 
Cbolrman. Civil Bervlro CoamlMlBB, 
Tlrtorlo. 



CAVBRB Baiddenlr at lb* retlrtenro. 33W 
•lamielo BtreeL on WvdttcMay. Feb-, 
t-joiy 3. ik40, Jaipeo Covert, aged Ti 
yaara bekrvvd buvband el Aitnl* f ' 
Cavera; bmn in Senuand and a reeident 
here lor the paal (our yvar*. and tac-i 
meriy of Winnipeg. Man. foe manyl 
ytora. Nv leave* tu m»un> hta Iom. be-i 
ildea Me oldoo, ene daughter Cva of: _ 
WiMipao. Maa.. Uirva tone. Jam** and, ale 

Frank of wtnnii-eg, and R't f“ 

ot Wor'daier. l>Bt. * 

Purwral oervi'e* on Monday. 

T at S so pm, frtm MtCetl Btoa rwocra 
t'hepet. Rev. Or W. W ifcriverton OIU el- 
fi' lota. Crvmallaa. <No llevarA by 

pue«l>. 

iWlaoipeg. Maa> papeea. plaoM copyl 



1 SANCB TO rat MUSIC OP THSl 
f ' Rhythm Wroctorv every Balurdbvl 
nlglit at Ktntv Read Raft. Admt^lon SOe I 

POH RKNt L KBQmUALT COkmUMITT 
S Hall for peddtnge partita, dancoa 

O Civ'ari ' Ptmo# ItaAS 

! I AKK HULL COMMUNtTT CBwfRK“ 
February U Annual PtevUng tp be held Toeoday.' 
i' Fvbruatr K ■! d pm. | 

r niBHAL WOUCK B WmST. FBBRUART ' 
S. d pm. 11X1 OerrmmeBt Btteol 
Btetybody Pelntme 

M n>-TOWN TBXN CI.UB VALKNTtNrs 
danro Balu/dav nigbt d-IS TedSpen- 
cer'a nvp-uie<e Orrbvtcra. 13t Part Bt. 
Flmpe o dddt. 

uarkatcrbwan”” taDocriTTioN xr»^ 

time dance ea Mendar In K af P 
Hall Cermerant Btreei Cdftee pm bo 
oervvd; pleate bring bet lunch Ue»d 
mnflc BverybPdy pvlcomo: • • IS. Ad- 
mimtoo the 

\.*^ALBKT1NB Tt'A'AND BALB OP ROStB 
* rooting, tponeerod by Ibo W A to 
^0 ConadUn Leplea, Beqtiinull Branrbi 
No til. Ptli bo bold Ml Tueaday, Pobruarv 
d In Uio Doueiee Boom ef th» Rudaan t 



tJTVOKNT OKBIRBS PART-TTUB BM- 
S’ ploymosL any glad, momine* B 4tss 

qiWQ~'VOUNO ~MBN, WILLINO” AND 
J eonae let) r tent oarkerv, rod)Hra em- 
»l<#ment beioeon C'pm. and IS pm. Bat 
Sm. CoMatal _ _ 

1 1RKBS TOPPED OR fWLLBD AND 
bucked Freo ettlmatea ptven. Kt> 
pertoHCO d men Fbooe K IM4 

in’K' swim” h’kartmb and~ bath^ 

roama Etperienced rraMtmea. All UM 



frank CLARKSON 
Betatl Fatal mere 



— WANTED — 
EXPERIENCED PRESSER 

AFPLT 

PAGE THE CLEANER 



[ Army A Hat' 
ly aad txuiail aJ 



Plumbert to repair 
yvur plumotad pooda. 



factorr guaranieed B Idts 



ANTBO FOR SW-TON PtJtT-OBCK 



<-11AN-AI the Rnrai Jpblleo Nnapltal, on 
January M. Id4k. Lbpo Chan acM dl 
yean, ef Hid Ovvornmeni Blioei. bora 
la Cahleo Cbtaa. and a rauiptnt of Vic- 
leria ter >4 vaara Bucyivod by hM fam- 
ily. In China 

Funeral aervko *111 ba held on Balur- 
day afternod. February I Iv4a, ot 1 SB, 
la Iha cbopei af the Tbamenn Funeral 
Homo Bar Um Tuan Piit anciate. In- 
iera»o«t SB the cninoto Ctaolery. 



track, bauiiof cantrari B ddSS 



AGKNT8 WANTED 



’ in« poMdi ptaal pnputer tmokbaok. F Y n 

'lea. dleiionarioa and onryclopmdlai j I IJ r 

ir reuod bualnaoa lor grwtloa card ^ 

mu. profliaWo ebpovtunliy for fuU ar THAT SEEPAGE 

't time. Wnta lor pDcea and taram 
loleealo Book Campanr. Ill Ricbmond 

tot Kaat TeranU. Onurlo , Bfhen ve po*orproof your ror*er*ia atraO' 

KTORP imi p KB iir^AaORB I Him Pith "FtOOR SHE • Ifcrj are *alor 

»»TTB AT ONCl FOR OUR OIAffT- dbklPrPOf. grpoaeprool. 



OAROBH ROT ART PUD DO RED TUB 
day veu pheoo. Frank Olaaa O UM 

COMFLrrS TREE BCR VICK. ' 

Chanea A. Ce«M B li1«. 



UP PKK RtX>M. PAPKr'bOPPUBD 
O W DBCDBATORS RMl^ 

PRR ROOM CP FOR FAPEIUIAN^ 
Iht Paper aoppiied. Bst'.t. 



K ONBON LKIHTBRB RKPAIRSD 
peautH *bilo riHj van Prempi 
ardor aorvloe Metaleeafl LSfhier It 
al Bllbutgor’t Iha Jeaeler til Part 



H KI'JBU OARODVB VHBN ROTART 
lUled. I^rle" CbrUllao* Cal tdM. 

f v ARDENB FLoboUBD BT *Tk01t>- 
f_MVor'^ fUsaa roaepBaalo SttM 

I ANnWCAPtNil,' P R U N I N O. ' POOuC 
3 racketiM rueiir. rrary pavinc aalUnt. 
etc Bktimoiee glwn Pheoa onss. 

I a'noscafinu. RonnTBK~ P^NtH^ 

4 clean up, etc Tharpoih |M. ReaaMi- 
able. J H. Pl^ep. OXIir after I M pM- 



OKOROt. ' - CD 
' aafoty famUarp 



WANTED 



FL0-GLA2E 

Laatva Rp Bruab Mam 
VboSaaoia aad RoiaU 

Complota Urm of Paiuu. Tamitbdd 
Boamale. Bomi-Olaw and CaeMn 
PalBia aad Brimbaa 

Bpray Oaa fee Banial 

Lay S*ay Todav toe Tboao PalaU^ 
Baade M May 

Toma If tMmrad. Frae OoBverr- 



AH Watorpranflag Wert Cluararttaad U 
Otop Loetiag BatlafacUaa 



UOPKRFLOODB BAIR • FBRMANSrt 
^ oradieallnn from tba body *lth BACA- 
FEU) OINTMENT Remarkabla die^rr* 
of the ago Bltatbali'e tirwk B<oce SM 
Johbeep a IdtJ and L*e-Baer Libaraiar- 
tea did OrapvUM Btrpot Tgnatpow B O. 

fcjElWWT MWrW0MKN~OAlN S~TO id 

^ Iba. Rea pop. tea Try fomeae Oa« 



FLOOR RITE CO , 738 Fort St 
PHONE G4016 



PREPARE 

FOR BFRINO HOW 
CALL TUB oFncR-oaae* 



IT StTVATIONB WANTE1V>MALB 



pu. Rev. william ROM o^flrutiam lB‘ 
tormeni u Rtryal Oak Barlal Part. 



SAANICH SEPTIC TANK SCRVia 
E8I9I 

Tva offLT avne tanb bkbtkb n 

VICTORU 

Tow Tank Fumpad Out Wlih Oar Bporial 
Bdalpmost aad Ooeueu 8ao<ad Aaay 

Also F.O BOX S43 OONCAN 



A mVS AND EEP ER I ENCE P BEAL 
eeiaiv ea teaman far eoatraDy leeatedi 
eSco. Liberal cemmlaaien contract to 
right party. For IntorvM* *nu Bos M4A. 
roWut 

A REAL BALBBMAH WANTBD TO 
handle faet-mnvtoc Uneo of 
tbandleo on cornmlapMo. With oar. 
ply Bet SSBd Cownlat. 

H ‘To‘ ribJFnwr «i£i5»a“F6RTRAiTB | 

Maaego rear ewa btieiaom Bond for 
cauiogue Onned Art Cp.. TptpoM S, One | 

TiSTAU-iaaEO rtllM R^DtREB~WRiXi 
■ > full Of pari-ltma Mioaeeen Intecaotod 
In PMklnd a toed liying. Ago na barrtor 
Pieueom poraonaiilr eaeonUal Pvrmanont 
payinat) to rigb> mop. Oiop pbaat number 
la Fnc tFId. CatartMt. | 

hvALBBldiM NBEDO) FOR WELL- 1 
t* hn<r*a Canedtaa vampany. Apply tbi 
prreoA to III. TSJ Puri Sfroot I 



BETTER CBSCENT BEFTIC TANK, 
graaeotrop aaavr tUo drain Inaialled, 
>od rope I rad Trained apoalalRu an 
baeemmte adrleo m draiaago prab- 

All workmen folly rvperlencod Co- 
rneal work of all trboa'. A Se-»e«f aervlca 

Ap* S am MAVOOCK BROS. O ISM 

_ . I as CadtUna i 



S PENCER BDFPORTB UflMTIDOAU^ 
dool gbed CaB Mra Marr Ueb O rm . 

UnCNCER OARirBHTB INUI VIDOALLT 

^ deolgned O KMd ywar eareauaro 

VICTORIA CARFIT AND WJRlfmiA 
, V CMaeing B Sdl4 

r ninntNn"— "LADfE and oI W* 
Mon'k euiu made lata ladMr Toav 
|o*a maurtal otylod u apM. Do* I Oifa* 
aaytMng aaey. AM tbo cue<a«B Ullt* 
fat free advMo Sdd PaVt Btrael B SUt 

cfiRusnA BintbfCA^ BiLni ~ tipiR T 
1 BUfat Pror oomeuHoUmK DarlN^d 
, Pharwory ftrt at Braad. 

rr6cK~ONLT NEWLANImT SROT 
■ r aetaeid. nylaa rrlnfarrad *e^ 
Rare vaa aeon their lavolr no* iTia1~iT 
mied'a Drygaeda R oin BhaB. Sd*4 «a*4r*. 



SrrVATIONB WANTBD 
PBMALB 



ISLAND PAINT SUPPLY 



A ccurate, beat, fhomft ttpiho 

doM. my a«a haam. Manuaenpte 

prvfrrrad Ptimao B S4b4 I 

REFINlib WfMdAN WOULD UKB TO' 
board ebildran fa her a*a bama ari 
will lake thorn bv day K MM ' 



ITC CAB FENTEBd AND CONTRACTOBB 

CS4OV0W CONTRACTOBB 
A LTERATtONB F B N C 1 N O. STEFB. 
ea driroaayt and eidawallu The baei lar ./ ^HfLO I CARS BERVICBB— Biperienred 
Mac Fbene B laiS V_ babv aitura _B MU • le I ar_af(et • 

ALL TTFBB BUfUUNO DONSTBUC- ' VXFEBIKNCED CABKIBR ' OR TBIX- 
F. B. BvuJivani, Onotal Oan-J ^ Phene ewwatar Baatroa poentow. 
trwrter Room «, AM Tatea B MSI. ■ a m. • Fbnna B ivtS 



TILES 



TILES 



MODERNAGE BUILDERS LTD. 
G4483 



I ;iXPBRT IRONTNO DOHR IN TOUR 
d awn bdme. Otbar duuaa caaMdetod 
BbdSI. 



IKK— At Iba Chlneoe Heawllal. m mwrnary' 



1 UM. thrra wawmtl aaay Jack tdod 
Lee. aged gr yoarv. bem In- China and a 
rvaMoai af V^alona far M yrara. Bur- 
ylved by two oena, la China 
Ftmeral aarvlca atu ba bold In iba rbaeal 
af Uia Tbameao Funeral Beam, as Balur- 
4ar. Fobrwarr K i»4d. al I am Rev. O. 
Um Twaa will aKrlate. Inlonaam In 4be 
Cb laam cwaterv. 



A BBtBTAIT CITT BNOtNBSR FOR THB 
aty of TMIena. B C. Appileanu 
nruM aaaeeea far ba abta ta ebtain> rve- 
letraitoa with the AkeertaUen nf BC. Ba- 
glnavrv. preferably with okprrltnro ia I 
Muatalpal warb. Balarr rando SI.tUMial 
M.dIdM par yvnr. Reply, uatiap ate ; 
paaltncallOM. awpertasca and dale whoa 
•mwleee will be aoailabie te iba Cbairmaa. i 
Cirw Barvtoa Cammlltoo. Citv Ran. net 
MMf than a M b m . Fobrwarr Mtb. IPM 

AVT^OTTTB A CLI BB ij itT COUNTER, 
ealniRaa rdKlrtd. alea gonier maa' 
far thle aeattaa WrMe. gtvinf fulMtt do-i 
laiM and ataUn* abteb paatiW Mefrod, I 
alae aelarv nwrud. la Bnk AXI4. Catonut. I 

A FFUAv'cB BALBBMAN WAITTRl WITH 
aaaio nportaaro Oloa fan partlea-' 
lara af rtbortvMa aad mlary yvgwirad la, 
Bo* SXO. CwMaUI. I 

PEFERUNCBO 'OROCWT BALBBI^' 
Ad vtui oar far kacal ahotee a io Brm 
Oraaorr and aoMa* rvporMnoo aaamiai 
Biate ago. marilol atacice. a*borlMH-o, lof.' 
ffowcoa and lapwlrad wagea Bw« ATM. 
CotaoM. 

r^XPSRlKV^"^ BAKRR~ANO F4BTRV 
Kd oaok part iimo. Apwtr Hotaf Daaglae 
BoataoruPt botaoen is.i dnttr | 

LTUU-r KKFtRlXirCED BKAL" BBTATB 
A. aaiooatan Top tammUafaw Maat ba 
CMip^i rWiPBi-flaar laeatlo*. Buk , 



ATTENTION 

LOVELT WAU. FINtSH THAT 

Can Ba ApwUed aa Old 

FUeier Barfaeoa 
HMo Banco el Cc lera 
OTFTEX 

Far Free Betlmetea CoB 
P. J. VTAKKET 
H Cbdlltoe - S saw 



rhea <aa Oerornmant Biroat Phwnt B ttlS 

\\ **ANTED«SOSfBOmi TO SRARB BPACa 
> 1 1* draeomekiag Map Medorwta aver- 
brad Far doiaOe pKena B M14. 

\'00 lOMPLV CAN 'R6T'“Tio4 LOTK 
< Uer Mmicbt” u yaur face la aO dip* 
Agurod wits meloa and apprrflaaaa bnlr. 
Row macb botmr ta bavo (bam parma- 
■voaily and aafoiy rvaywrvd than trrtng to 
"fit*' year faro ootrr lima yaa pa oatl 
An imPimaibM ua abHIi deraiyaa no eapt 
fall today, M) Brallard BMf. and be • 
happy mh) -Doreibr RarwNB. coeMoBM 



beae e rop nira 

ALL RCPAIRB Of AND ABOUND' TM, portend' Mip~W Owimw wr'd^^^ 
bema, rurpentortaa. petntiag and dlaa-'daye O 3Pd> nicAl 

•• ilSlWnK- AOBD- WOMAN WILL LOOK 
.. - After Mck ar crippled peepM. by Iba 

1 I dOB OR SEWERS. T1LB DRAINS. 'day Fbone O K44I 

- _!_*_**?* _l TlRACncAt NVEBt RBQinBBB FOBT 

A LTBRatiorb. BUIldino RFPAIRB. 1 > u ipak after eUrrIy inyalld ptotia- 
fOBfla a a uenolly T TbNkell B adM ■** OMd lofaraaooa Be* 4144, CaL 

A ll BEKEwt^ CRIMNKTS 'and 

tfOBlaeeo b«ot and ropeirvd B IMI 1 1 ►KdC^CdL HU ASS SEXES FOSmOR. 

m.imk±. rdderomtoo. ApMr ia*i cia- 

iIBICXLATn — FIRKFLAni. CHXM- verdnle Af* 

A> ooyi OMigaod. bwilt or vpwai'od BoUe- r, _ . .Tl — — _ — . - -- — r 

laeUaa tworaeiaad B MM OIB Faaik*or 1 * ^ * * * ^ * HOOBBREEPIR, BOMB 



ttateORALO-O* Fahrwary K IMd. at Bt 
JUaoph’a Hotpiial. Dnntvl Roaoid Mae- 
tenoM. aged id yrorv. «*( a Alma Fla«w 
Victoria, bom la Quobot and o roelAoni 
Bora far faar yaora aad laraMrIy of 
Mantloa. Maa. Ro Mavaa la mown* bU 
Mm hio wtfA BUtau al home aad two 
fie*-chlidro«, Job* and NolHt 
Fravore will be effrrad In McCall Erotb- 
erv FMral FunemI Ckw^l *• Sunday evo- 
Bb>d ot a M a'cleck Mnea wlH ba eda- 
bruied on Mnntfar at t a m ta B(. Aa- 
Cbthodral XBterB»Ml I* Rayat Oakj 



tUJDfO WORKER. WOULD UKB 

ae raasm w aa delivery tra«k 



MEN URGENTLY WANTED 

FDR WORK AS POWBR RAW OPERATORS 
Tbd BC limgtae Pvaor Baa Brheel 
plvaa praeueoi tralalna TbN gaaltriea 
yea far emeMyrnrat M owe ef Hm boot 
paid Indue* no*. 

— OFPERin BXC1UB7TBX.T BT | 

B.C logGing-power saw 

SCHOOL 

**Day aad NIpM CTikMiT 
Mid Wwt Svaodaay. Tanebavw. Cedar TIU 
VttierM Behoat 

•n JOHNSON BT O ITPt 



> There a o rp e n ewee and pooSi 
.lanoM behind dvary yob by 

MBLLOR BROB 

^ Fvva Bpumata. OaB OMBi 



LTERATIORE. RKFADW. CABOfETB 
npar aandlwc. nmiai woika Framp* 
rice o Old ev ualwga 

CRXAOK O A BOB SB 0R~ L O T b 
^MoaBlMA baab-KlHM and eRbaootBw 
F Pleek 1 m i Vla tar sm a 

OOklFLKTE SOB OF Cl-SANipib. RB- IsTfiM " 

^ ' A 

TTKrnow. RoraBWIVBil BACK muniM *dJ^ 
.yurBa baeamenu rleaned: fubMeh Citmaiea frm 
yavad ReimmabM. O IMd 

NOT BAHDTMER VETS DO ANT- A 
ib raf. alao tlglH BaBotr y. gia o MU. tawte yM M 

LL r'cBBWH BKMOVBD; BAMMENTB t>*P«rbAngtM 
eaed* eta — - - n>n n-« a ^oa ore tree w« 



EUtSOW-^aied away at Heyaf JWMMo 
Reeaital aa Fawnyarv 4. IBdd Mrt. Suaw 
^A'aea aged M reare. barn M Bdln- 
Rbreb BaKiaiMl, and a raaMeni «f Vie- 
■Fla far ih* boil Id raa»o lolo rwldenat. 
9wilo 4, ail Dnimloa Btrva4 Barilved by 
bar buibend. Fotey aad owe aaw. Oar don. 
dl Borne: aae dodgier. Mre t. Bbomt af 
TdBcnurvr taa aiettra. Mra. O Barlan 
d» C'woordaM B C . aad Mrt. Mary 



>OXU>INO HBFAIRB. 

> fancittg a m mOaliy. 

AONTEACT FRMCntO 

> alirralMM %t>4 rvp 
irponian Fnem ro 



a POSmON COMPAN 
arKra) wnnias. Ref or 
C ol — 4et 



/^VOUFLB, COOK-OSHtRAt AND BOUHR- 
A ' map-fardewoT CoAliBl Meattaa. Two 
obfidm. B ab ocMpca aad rofo.oaom aae- 



MMlLi. Wo^Vm RP^^ bJ553 O'?*"!? ^ OEFENDABl* POIMN 
^ . (— • m maraj uwa naimj vP u Mrwv aeneaimnd affko. Baave 

VbBaPoyar aaama kwaatadio a# aocaopitna ni leaery. Omhm 

" •HI. laelada aatalde aalMrUna. Biam ago 

baa fwalifhmuaaa «a Hoi U3C CMiwMl 
;> H F amed dway al Reral FabfMo Ho*. 7^^^. 

BnwToA aiM? M.BIM «»orMd. B- aidl. 

JjMrta far the peel IT yaara. MM rvM- 9^^^^ I 



PRIVATE HOSPITAL 



AM Ehtnuia Birual Bai i V iad by 
*. Oaar— R Tlngtev 4M K»a*i1*n 
Abeilp -nnpW af Caodto' 
MM ; Vpw daupblar* Mra. M I 



TpROMINBNT RBAL WrATW FIRM HAS| 
1 **o«ai«d far man ta tote cWorae af 
M>dtpg »ana*Moat and rentala daaan- 
mowL HriM. ataua* p i n iaaa otaonowco 



7lt4 



CLOVELLY - PRIVATE 
HOSPITAL 

IIN CLOVmY TBtKAa I7lt4 



lEf^f Bslltf Calonifit S«tEr4ry, PdbrHBrr 5, \U9 



Call Empire 4111 for 
Coloniit ClatsiBcd 



COLONIST classified WANT ADS 



Colonist Want Ads for Results 
Open 8 A.M. to 8 P.M. 



CbtiJttilsS'olfinist,* 



pa« Ua* for owe mauth •» day*> Abavo . *e**ec»w»»ae 

ratep a*p)y w epwmcutire laeerima* apty MSnUHlAn 

Caetraei ratal ae appUcatiaa Mlolmum . 

'l»*o RAVNOR-Io laving memnry af CocAU 

_Blrtlm dl M par MaerUow _ »**Md aaay Fekmary A 

Daaihe Funrra) itoucev aei oeeooaiwd We meal ber la memanaa’ gardea 
M linei dl M Aril •WMrtlaa and |l M «ab- rrery dbr 

eon Beat laearueae Eacb addOieaaJ iBei 'Eyyr rvaMBberoU by owm. dad and 
lOa dally I famuy 

Mamagee ta Memuriam Natlcaa Cerda a wrrwwmee namwJv-riBu 

af Tbaaki *#« oaecodina U iIpm »im par * FliNEKAL DIKKITUKB 

kMeiUoa Been addiuoaai tine iM dally 

Any oioim fat roaate — aceouai a» orior ew.i., .< #va* 

at amieelaa mteai ae made amos M dayt MuMi Dually at Mndcraie Ooet 

from Iha dale o$ tbo earn* otberwieo alarm , CUAFLtN*B FUNERAL. CHaFBL 

aut aet m aJ ^aed tFormeriy Cur-ya' 

The Crtlaaiei aui aot ae rvouonaiaie lav Fbane O Mil 

more thaa owe Moarrect ibaerltoa af aay Oppaelte CbrHt Cburab Calhed’ a 

advortieemeot arderad <a« mara ibao one 

laeue — - — — - — — — 

Wbow aaeaoriag Help Waatod adtcrtiee \ BC- FUNERAL CO iRArwaAOK LTD I 
mean aa aai ewtioee arUtaat relertMoa iKoiablUbed 1M1> 

l ' BIRTHS 

I FImbo RMI4 



BATE— T« Angelo <Mo DoMecadoL alto 
af N K. ' rof Beit. o< Rural JuUiioe 
Heeptial. VUterta. on FvAruarr 4. lP4d. a 
doo. Ian. 

CAMFBEU^Bam ta Mr. aad Mto D. J 
Oampaolt, Joauory >* 1441, ai Bt. Jv- 

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, A VACANCY W COUhrRY MOM8 FOR 

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la Ijrriar fa«a>a Tan lera and baad. 
nbita bmk atuJ tag* Larsa blKk patelf ewr 
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ai (<r— Claoara aad llli for aa^a Ooed' •«» — --- - — 

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L.* U 1 A Imagley EtraAi Pablle arveun 
tanu. audiU, laeoiaa t*a Heekkeaptne 
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and luoUMr of ntbat auea an abut netlea |i c.A.P OPFICERB OREATCOaT. EX* 
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^ Mounlnln- Caah may ba faund for '*" RROAO 
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philMcpbT Mr. at THE HAUNTED 
iKOEBROP Ml Pbfi- B 14 S 1 . I 



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trai aharpaninc Monara tbnara aciaanra 
kav-euiKra Pbnna B 1 NI Wa oail lor anf 
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1 Prire a Key Ehea. IU 3 O oyt. O AUI 

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lAII oovcrtimai Bt B 4 A 3 S 



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Eviain#u BA 7 S 4 3103 Orabam Biruet VkiaHa. — — — — - — — - 

i'Avt PUMO rroRE por ouaram- 

— Y DREaSES, ALMOST MEW. SIZE SR T read uand plu>na. 74 * V|an Btmai 

rvrvAR BiDiNn O rvarnnabie Pbana E DN 4 . Pbnna n Nil. 



/ tAVB PUMO rtOlU POR OUARAM 

*R ^ mad uand »lu>na. 7 U Tian Btreai 



1 meat a»n Mt Jobnaeu B* rtat 

BROOKLANDS 
MOTORCYCLE WORKS 

AST PORT ST 

NEW Baa m UOKrWEIOKT 
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Mm Len ITiea 
Hen In Stark 



^ mad uand plar>na. 
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rt'R.MTrtEB 



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reUant aafiAiUne BultnUa far knma 



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rnmplnie na nnrt aarelra BaiaU auatsaeil CTiMlarfleld 

a aoaela.ty Fbnaa E*#D BorQOin LumbEP SpeCiOls arilrira Pn 

FRAMPTON ACCOUNTING S 1 4 Orraaad CeauMU Cedar Random \ H*. , 

SERVICE ■»‘»!gjj,.u, I, 

INCOME TAX CONSUUTANTS ennar ShiAlan. Me 4 . ceounog #rad 4 Lim« . - 



4 T LP-ADBCITER *. TAA JOKMSOM ET. 
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b«lla* 1 »f ta aur aaanaUngai fraraalna la 
Cbcalarfleld aullna, dinaita euKva. Trdmow 
4 wua* draaaare aad badi, and many more 
arilriea Pma dntlvcry Pbena O 44 M 



.*1 reliant aandtUne 
eburab nr ball. * 34 * 



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P UMO POR RCMT TO REfoOMBtELRl 
auny Barntaiuna E SSil - B 7 * 34 - 1 

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tK£a“’yi 3 •”iinW .‘57 ^M*LL‘ PIAMO f.A. PROME O 7 Ni 



BIKES REDUCED 

All Vend and Rabulli Rtcyciaa Rndunad# 
IB-DAV BALE — VERY EASY TERMS 

B. J. SMITH & SON 

I I 4 U n #3 DOL-rtLAS ST. 



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ay aamaleUhv ynur lomma Ta* Sa lunw j Dretand Bnnrdm Ma. 4 cemmnn but anil- tuoreamr BG ^*»«»,\> “*“• 

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I Licbt CenetnUni foanennbia 

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ptinr.i EU31 Renard i 



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inrun and rapuir hnt.namr Unka. 



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lia Stananar d SL ^ Pbono t AOj* 

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hOMI PLANNING SERVICE 



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1 t A alaa 4 M par I.AOP ft. 



H id. SPRI.MO AND kurnkBES. 
aanni IIJK 



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rcaaaoabte ailar eonaldarad aa latter rufi 



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li tnlUala lubtuar MyM. Renard 



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duapd pries*, til nWtb at | 3 T per LAM a ’HERTERPtELM MODEKMIZSD AMO 
II I c A at I 4 U par i.PM H. |' ramvamd. 'PTf* aaiimataa. fotai'a 

Tbaaa are wily a fen at «ur tpurUla. Bee ’ Cbaaiarflald Rouja. A 3 A Jobnaon O 3 M 3 I 
• 4 na f« ar.y upaa af bnfoia# luibar in Pl» ri vnpeur trmimjrn^^u^M -a. 



From $ 15.00 Up 

a 

OVR MEW PLAN 
Allen* jmi M apply the regl an 
the purrbaaa price. Teat yeut 
eblid-i abtUiy 

BtPORE TOO BUT 

FLETCHER BROS. 



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aatvKed aa* tbeinuad. au ranpaa els- 
renger>ed a* hunted up Copper vnilt. 
iMi-aa>ar laakr an* a<taaaan*a. Auie- 



milna pump, ana at tne-etarr mil Crumti. 
.Ea«w all bunbara. • 3 A 3 * 111 * Dunamuir 



IlYI. Colonial 



|B LUEB rmMMtr swnps -immedi- 

* aiaaeretce 0 14 * 1 . C*B "A" eateran. 



PTPT S HOLT 
Pt.UMBINO - HEATlMa 
PURHACXa INSTALLED and RSPAIRID 



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UilAUOimNO 

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LATH - LATH - LATH 



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taauimali Ud. 



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*e calm email eaiouBi af meapv and 
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lupmant T 30 R KALB — SnX. n*TE DARE OAKi 
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pra. * 1 * Iprinc* and maiir***. 

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NAILS . NAILS L^n'B-PIECt EEDROOM BVITE AT 171 . 



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TEST TOUR emUT* ABILITT 01 
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FLETCHER BROS. 



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A 'U^WmTE EMAjiEL, 'bix houi>a'w‘. 

CPU raacA •<>* naiar Imokai aad 
bl#h narmlid P«aa. An g»>d eendlUnu. 
PluM.e B 43 M. 

A ll - ewa 3 Ixl"'coal and woca 
range, bread ntu foguler AliiM. 



PTIOME O 7 IM Mia prin All*. B IMS duru^ bualgaa* 
I bavra. 



f ET US SUPPLY AMD INSTALL TOUR Perreil PblUa Carav epproerd appliratore 
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A bbTibr ba'crpiu. or 'excavation 
)ak deat Immadlata aarviaa. Bail- 
mdiaa tra* MrMutt. culquit* 147 

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ihan ttoeea rlgbi near and ynur lab'a Ba- 



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t;*OR BALE ~ ••nBCS C'MrrKRPIBLO J\ *o# gram** Oaarus’aad Call O 1113 

^ m p*v, v (44 o vm ^ ■ a - > — — 

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D r VEXMON B TATLOR REOtBTEHCn ' Idbed. SItmlnataa eblplap. larpapar and V*ATURAL P 7 M 1 SH OROPLEAP TABLE I X J i 
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Bn'iaadOB pa*. ABd rnaBABIati _ 

TbAt ever CAtne from ‘ OAKCRK 8 T " 



BBD>«TmNn-ROOM FOR WOKK- 
* t iwt f tfl Mil Parawood. 8^14 _ 

>ARTLT~lTOIuniilTO~ K. ROOM. 

aUik ABd atipbOArdi O ITM 
<CB RSMTALB DRLIUrTBD FOR ALL 
^ typaf at ArAematodAUiA. MIA Taiaa 
Mat PhAsa B M44. 



C RAROI TO OOOOrBAR BUPBR COBU* 
Mb tiraa tar aaiwibar ridlni Coa* 
Plata ilock ol llrat and Bbaala Car htai> 
ara At AW 4A inatAllad. RabaUi Jaa» aeiAr 
Caa Oitr BoAitt Ftaa 
OAVIR JACK 

n»Aoa K SUl U17 QuAdra Bixati 



KY 8 CUT WHILI TOO -WAiT A ■ 
Jobnaiaet 1191 TABCOBfar Btratt 



aadiaia •tcUiarj. uiJbi Tr*«or aad 
BqBipaiant. 9TM Quadra Btraai 

7 ^K~ ORIVBR JIU-IAW BTARD ARD 
” h«rM avo'ar kiPi t M44 

T WO BkHAITBT - TVP* VKHTILATIHO 
fane ll-in . •tiitaMa lar rettaorAm 
kitrbaa or patot «tw)p rammarrlAl Aru 
tilt Ooaarautan’- lltraal T 7443 



lltil.MI 

\ UURUHXZ> TMO08AND OOLLARB IB 
aa Aafol lot tt i&«oar but aa ti> 
pact lA eran mota (ivaa ibia Aatoubt 
At doAd UMd twralturr. ate . tron Vtc- 
lariA bamca durlnc IP4I Our bdaineid 
baa aroon nacAuia «a bara (Bload a 
rH>uiaUM (or pATlAi (Air prtoai and ipot 
ra«ii tor viiat «a bof. «Bd lAklod a 
MsaUar profit oo «hai «t tall IClDdly 
tihoa* WallT Urar and lat lair film 
lor «has joo batt to mU Aak juur 
Irtanda aad nctdbbora. 

RBTAlU WARBHOOSB 
PKJCD BMITU B CO. 
Praartaion 

ORAT K bUCXWORTR 
Ul BAltBaral Boad 0 4111 



1 AZY BOY" CIIAJR ARD FOOT RB 8 T 
d pra'Uralif nr* opbviatarvd In blur 
roAi 4M M. rvuWttr aIml l»*la dwarur 
rOAt III Phoae O MM _ _ 

I AOrS BOOTR 8B1B. OOUPLBTE 

^ a Mil 

M emOR PICTVHBB - 4 MU CABTLB 
niwM Pbo Bc Al btap M4 K 

N ATtOMIL PUBSYTRB COCBIR. WTTR 
iwB alumintiBi pan* rack. cAaolai 
baait' and rooiMtoA. patlert eaBdiuan 
lirU) B4fT4 



JINOUT LH K ROOM. BUBINB 8 B OKN- 
^ tlHpaiv ptafmad t*o>rao4B L H K 
kite cMund Boar Nn children ■ MW 

jirouT’ ijairr~Ho’u»ikY*wo. rvn- 

' nikbad rooiB. 1491 Quadra Blrart 



iBOlBTCtUtO BOSTON TBRXICR POP- 
t plrt II tl4« 

~BrAcrnrrL obrmar iiapauu; 
pdba 194 John Bt 



11- oouptf, bt aartr paiiruArp. Panaa* 
Aral- Boa 44<t. ColOBUt- 

KZD P-ROOMBO BOUBB OBOBRTLTT 
BUbla lB>wUa aircla. oUl Aa abp m- 
pain Plaaa a pha Bo O 91W _ 

I ^ROIWTLY REBOCO BT RBUABLK 
- lananu <Utr«c adulU'. a t«a>badro«iB 
bouae ar apartintni Bob Bill. CnloBiBt 



i 4AR RADIO. COMPLBTB WnU ABJUAL. 
V-' B90 II Bail 

■pOR BALB-iaia OOOOKICIT'CAR BA- 
A dio alee ViUttd Malore radi* and 
nrw O M beater Ikth Hale Barttrt Bla- 
UoB. TilJuum and Cral^touar Rdi o 4331. 

I '~tBRDKR 'skirt. ~WuiT PIT ALMOBT 
ABB MABe at rar UaraulAi' Canp. 



W’ARM. PURRIBHED BOOBBKBBFtRO 
* * roam wtib kiicbetteue Hot aad 
cpid aaltr tn room Buitaala (m yauni 
OOBPU A Bice, duiet baste 1149 PandorA 

^’rrir Vp. 

I dHa&eum 



t.‘B BABB1T4 

K IRT PRlCa PAID 1^ RABBrrt — 
Any quanlitt. Pbena 0 4114 _ 

TioKX^TO NEW ZBAtARD RKOB, 
1 aalcB deteltipeiB. AU atee arallabta 
E 1411 _ _ 

U 'ARTBD HKAYY. WHITE BOCK 
rabbit Write arlfbt aod prtre. Boa 
Biat. CoienUt 



Haitlialn 



EW 7-PT WBBTIROROOBS PBIOO I 
reark luAramAt; uirma barfaia ia4l 



HK ROOMS - BUrr MIDDLB-AOD 
rouplc Sua bear 9M1 Blaaahard 



PROM 

SI25 



BIB ^TWrt'B-RlfilUB 

F ' ^HONT ORo'dRO ROOBBKBBPIRO 
luTBlkbad or tiaturnUbad. sear etarae 
but Juhllae dlBtflrt 1411 Cbeatnut R 1994 



\ PPROX. 9.4B4 BQ FT. FLOOR 
epaee tor rent baaesuai e( buitdloc. 
altb mparaie atreet eolraiite and load* 
4 b« at back actranee la tear Well b«bU4 
arid rleaa. Ml ’ par moBtb. Bat 499t. 
ColOlUftt 



419 HarPlAfer 



I* Oak BA<r diftriM, wanted by idab 
'(• rdearn and wtfe as rhiidren. prrins- 
itenry eoad relerenrea B oacon klM 



b^s. 0 9B11 

1 *BEO HKATCaf. CAB M01 C«,~Sp6t 
' Ugbta* llraa abeeU rbAlaa arcae. 
aorlM rtAMBabii omi 



AOtO AND TBLBVIBIOR COURBK BX 
pertstrfiiAi kil prartica radlM. fela* 
iph krrk *14 . All for 490 Two^burnar 
' sla'e. 44 faa bM-wa'rr beater, |7 W 



144 def awttcl oo bar. fMt nee bt ana sr 
la - smn Prkwd (cAm 1440 ts HU atis 

tierntfiiaie ttrlirery aa arir Mada 



r.‘**rm«rT oat «i»n clovkk balbd 

I e Bar loi kale or Will eaci>An«e lor eat* 
ir C B WhltMt-OrtfflUi. Beltnnet 37L. 
:R Me 1 VUuiria 



ILLY . tOCATCD omet ARO 
re apare Apply at 1949 Wharf yQO 

t phana B91M _ _ Oeidbt, 

BALL FOB R«RT. RO PIANO 



CCOMMOOATIOR POR I OR 1 
peeptr SteaiB heat ilartrlr raat**. 



I kRAir.MYLB uUBSl IIOITBB - 
V. rrkigdAf-roeb AcontBStodaCloB 
■ laUeMe and dlnlnf-roow. Mri 
or-n osni 



I .toRRmHED SO mi wm* uvovo* 

room, bedroom, bitrhaoetts a.td 
balbroom Phone BtdBav 919 

U EATED TWO~ROOM~BOm, ^BATM* 
room adRriBlBB flelact laralton. neat 
iHtf bae aemt-furaubed Pbone B4447 

M oemr DOOOLAB BUROAtXm COURT. 
Two rsnsie and dineita and abower, 



^ atroriily-built rarpen'er « work Betirh 
flee ariarbed Rerfain prtra. til B >044 

^KIS- III WITH CA81.B RARRESR 
^ pole* and boou. «tae 4 O SareM. 
aoa Tulip AreitNe 



n lOUBBT PRICBS POR OOLD A«T1 
dlamotide Roeee. Ltd 111? DoaeUt 

1 p~rob REwTli^ dispobb'op rofnt 
Modi eend Ibem tn Palmer W CO-. 
Ul ^ a«K*lened Beet puakil le pricer OA- 
teined. Palmer A Cn. Ltrf . 1113 BeqMltnalt 
Road 0 4011 BIB PandocA Aft OMIl. 

I BAOHrfm 8 ‘will pat too top 

1-4 price* lor your good utad (urBitura 
Caab on the ip«t 

PbOBB 04494 - BfestAft B 4444 



A b4a<k kat'raee lO'te kite 
A bann- B>«iniif need* Mrintk 
A BtO'k p:arc*. Ri:allkb. Ak new 
A Brae* Wowtnrrft. tarfe alie 



WANTED TO ErNT. 
MIRCKLLAffEOtH 



e iRAIOOARROCR. IPta rKAirjDAHBOCR 
* Road eelert a'coBimodallon now 
irkllkblc at Winter ratet 



/ 4 ARAOB POR RENT 
' ^ RiebmoBd Aft up ta 4 

O «M7 _ _ 

OMALL BTORE WITH Urf 
modatlon. wanted lar re* 



DUl K UbARO 



l-nARD DOORS. SASH. PIPS 
O P Ourranr 744 Kinn Road 



t^JirOND 
err I 



I PPIT ROW AND MAIRB AND MELT- 
• k ing aoi>a AUi carry notrUioiM eie* 
fwe'ila iiiM the eeil lac Bprlng grawib 
UucA Farm lhdae« iga. 



kOMPORTAaLE BED • aiTTIRO - ROOM. 
Meal* eprional Villa Branor 8 3394. 



rpwn LAROE BINOXR SI 
• ehinet. ukolar and eluleb. 
IKiINO MAIN (BE WITH CASH r**' 



447 B4 Phone Athlon tllM 



('IRWOOD LODGE OIIEBT HOUSE #44 
Confc Vacanrtae now steala opttooal. 



4-DOOR SEDAN 



AUTOMOBILES 



tnOBALKI PtNARCEO B W. MILLKR 
K CO . 14M OoftmmaaL Pho4M O 4441 



baby Irteyrie. 17 Both ae new E 4704 
ACUUm” CLEARER. NEW. WITH 'aT- 
taeftmeiTta rerun arranewd I *441 



Oougtae SLroel O E73« 

•! but” rroV«r U8fo”PTOH7T^Rl. 

toola. lawdukt burflara, ale. Stm k 
More BloM. BTl Jobaaou Street. Pbnea 
t IBM 



A BC. BBATTY CUNNOTi aASY 
Maytag Wrinaei repalri a aperlally 
Wriniar rone is atoek TArlot K Co. 
tu Port 

A U ELECTHIC APPLIAROmiEPAIRSD 
RSetent and prompt guaranieed Mtf- 
lae Vaaatun dtanert. all makaa. all Skodela 
BeraalM 0 3111. 



-THE ISLAND RALL" 
PARKSVtLLB 

Opes an Um year round VYranalaBl 
and permanent gueata Uodadalc ralaa. 
PHONB PARKBVtLLE 44 



'REBIE • BALL-RB4RIRO AIR'CUSR 
' ion tiraa r ■ T 4191 ir i 179’ 
II ir isag- 47 7B Preetatn* Maeblsr 
Mliee 4tf Pandora Pb<«neESII4 



ARTBD— BBCORD-HARO FARM TRAC- 
lor Prtco aad apoeiSesucm Boi lU 



BEVKRLET HOTEL 
Wa Taka Cara af Traukltai and Formal 
Ouacta - Mogarato Rauu 
Wtlla ar Pbone (wr RaaarfatUma 
T94 Tataa Btfa^ vietorta Ptwaa O 



Duncan B C. 



A ppleb-^robtherr spy. waorbr. 

Bt 14 boi Bring sini aontalnera. 
Rotiand. Box 107. RR A Otaalorg Ufa 

C«-''niltt_lf7X _ _ 

A " 'vXlLASLS ROW-BEATTT WABHBRB. 

esaiaeltd ranget Major kawduit 
baroark. pot all burners. Damaatts Balea. 
la iB Usugla* Bt B9 4I9 

LMOBT NEW— POUR WINDOW SABH. 
Bal. sfAMualaa 4k>4l. alao twelve 
panel Prwro inwra Reaoonable 1194 
CotW Btraai. 

A ll u'skss ' bewiru uACSiRiX~ re* 
pairau Parta aaadiaa. aU Taylar B 



FACTORY 



L wlUi tarmte AdalU only. Ooad 1^. 
eaiion Box 4994. Colosiat. 

■i’ERY cohtort'abls BOIOOM Bunw. 

* eomptatrtr furulahad. WUt ahara with 
eettgenlal buainaaa nr profaaaioaal lady for 
three ar four stontba Afailabla Immedf'-! 



ROOM AND BOARD 



AUTHORIZED 



TTRACTtVE DOUBLE ROOM WITH 9 
bade, warm and asmtartahia; good 
rd. walklr.g dlaianco. Owtilltmaa pro- 



PONTIAC DRIVE 



SERVICE 



ANTED— BLACK OR W HITf BO RET 
fealhera Box 4494 Colo4tls4. 



\ 8 IROLE OR DOUBLE ROOM. H W.H. 
meal* aptlosai. gar age 0 4744. 

r BOARD AND room! BlROt^ Off 
* daabia. rtoaonabla raua 414 Dtni- 
tdln Btrwat 

I>RI0HT‘~ kOOM. PULL BOARD; BUT 



I oe eupatloB Ba 4971. CniaDtot 

»ARM, CLEAR BVTTt'! nRTHAU 
rioae but farag* 9744 PUUt. 4*7 p m 

TRIER RATES AT~CATOM~B BUHOlT- 
' low Court. 344 Uland Rttbway 



KRtTORT-TRAIRKD SXPKBT* 



A BETTER DEAL 



FRIGIDAtRE 

BEATTY 

STEWART-WARNER RADIOS 



— YANCBNaa ~- 
ROOMB AND APA R T M Tim 
IMHEDIATB Hj e SE B Bl OH 
errr rental bureau 

944 BTOBART BtDO 74d TATES Wt. 

5 -ROOM puRROino Turrm ruui 

modara Rout rfaianabla AC Untford 
Adulta aoly tmamdiata paaaoaaiou. Pbouk 
Balmonl 4 ar Ra lmaot 194P. 

•)*ROOM APA R TTit»tT.~iW44 MOWTHLY. 



workinttnao. cloaa is 0 91M 



T ARUE. COMFORTABLE ROOM. OOOO' 
J boArd. cloa a m P hone Q 4 444 | 

H oard and room tor touho bub*' 

bcaaman. boma oemfart: Oargt dia- 
trict 0 4141 

H oom and Board, twin beds, butt 
ktodenU: ' 



McLCNNAN. MePEELY 1 PRIOA 

UkdTTED 



soar irusaponalkos O t94l 

>OOM ARO BOARD IH COMFORTABLE 
> boma. Oorga dltOfwL EffNB 

>OOM WITH 'board. ~ PAlRPlBui 
- BIJU 

tOOM AND BOARD POR Otm-EMAH. 
t garage, rlote In Phaika B 4049 



SIORT'PIBCE BOLIO MAPLE Dl- 
itu •aulia and aaw BemUx dryer. 



IH OR IB'tRrR CIRCULAR SAW: 
4-lnrJi Nrintoa. mum bo m good 
« O 4014 



DODIO MACHIWM. CASH RBOMTEIIB 
Owes * RuBardaMU. 9944 Oofarnoiast 



A LIMITED SUPPLY ONLY 



PETNE JUNK COLLECTION 



THE KINGSCREST APTS 



T owes - BUBRn grTAMPK PROM 

QIOOOR 'II 

BIQ DOUBLE LOAD MARUBB BOIL 
ruck, gtsdera Deltfxrad O MB4- 

‘ B.C. TuxirTcODBL' OtOfTER. Loa 

■ new Pboso B 44U 4 aftOT 4 
1 PIT ORAVEt POR ORlVEWATi 
01444 



AND BOARD POR MEN E 477B 



FAMOUS G-E 
WASHERS 

$15.00 DO 



lOLE ROOM 
board, tb pHewta bemi 
I im 



OR WITROUT' _ 

OftitiamaD Buiiaa for aala tai this uitra-iUMlem BT- 
eulta aparimanL aoearlat aa arta af al- 
^ mmt Ob# aera 

a, ' Rarhelor l-bMroom and 9-bedroom aultao 

NA.W 1 XU njy^ laa beat ta madam Uflng aceommo- 
- daitau. 

t\ •ANTED .OOOn COUNTRY BOMB POR Prtead from 41.444 wilb BMUthly aaaeoo- 
*7 a mmhtrlaaa bae, aged four Repir. u»«iu aa lew aa 414 par manih > 



POR ONLY 



41 FOrLTKT AND Ln’ESTOCK 



Wroebara. 711 Carskaraai Btrem Ptaeoa 
BT491. nJgbL_OB4Jl _ 

QTXiui'CLEAR'mcb-iruXR^ Morons 
Cjl eoraar Jahnaou aad Qaanru 



Bna Maek auU. 

UXAiniER-^ALWATi BESTT FOB TOSl 
wn maaura aiay BO B 1771 I 

A ~^l'boW ARD"hDRIIB'maRORB. 41 PPR 
yard, dallfered. O 1177 | 

PAPi'6p“RTtkVT“ CAR CRMRS' 19a' j 
171 Rumside Read East phatia S BMa 

B " lATTT w'diniRO MACiaitEB -YUtllB 
jawal'* coal and weed raitdoa Bteirh'a 
Rlflalda lUrdwure mntida and Qaakn- 
B 4931 Bletek'B Bagutmalt Rardwara ttlT 
Eogutmall - W 1799 I 

A UTCLCDAL coal STTHtBK IN EX- 
eallant enndHlan.* 4114 Pbeoa B 1411 . 
fiRtQOB~K~RTRATTOR AIR-OOOLBD 
I' motor. 494; ear haatsr. 414. wulM? 
Bttab far trnrk 414 ihrao SBffalB uroo 
1 tuba Bli 9*4 7 Aeabury 

B RAND HlnfXrliwnROItOVMl reprhi- 
arAtnr, uaad Ihrwe swsthe, ooat 1949. 
sen far 4>M «r nearwal sITar Sulla O If 4 
Oaeentiaaui Rlreal. 

i>EATTf" topper” tub” WABHU rO Ma” 
I> rhine 1144 PlftB Siraat. Sidney I 

ffbon e ?7BM _ _ 

J^AR KAOtOa. 414 74; PORTABtE BAT- 
kJIary radloa wnb batlarlaa. 494 44: 
ppai atef bohta. tl 74; rtssrd pUfara. 
•tlM. ftactrie radloa. lU.TI; saw Mcfcla 
ebabM. Bi 71 last McycK psmpa. TBe; 
Btawurt - Waruar atsadnuMBara. 44 74: , 
lead wluto bandloffnita. B4e a pair; auwr; 
Weycia Uiua. Uka new 4199- tsnat taboa. 
Ska new 74^ AaeuUkeo'a 449 Jsbnami SL. 
sppauu Rad Crwaa Warkkbop. 

iKARPKpfiiE TOOta POK BAUI ISU' 
V TUBrua Road. auB Butwrdaye and 



Repir. wenis aa lew aa 414 par manih aovanng 
axpontd. ta taxes, beat, power, Inauranoa, }a«uor 
aerwu*, ate 



MACDONALD'S LIMITED 



• ■ee'i eum 

ifiot particolart and board 



T COCXAOODOI.SOOO-TOUNa PUL- 
lau far rort* florlat lay 3497 Cedar 
1 Cromraad Pbii«kt O tlM 



ic MU Culanlat 



747 TATBB BTRSrr 
Puritilwra - Asstlaaros • Clilna 



ROOMH TO RENT 



nt THE MEAT BLSKPIMO 
Prtyaio baska. 414 CeruwsD 



CROWE & C0-, LTD 



IV’ARM CLEAR MOOKRM 
*’ Bsrist matirasB. dawutsa 
gwntlsmaa O 9747 



A QUIET. REPIMRD OOBBT HOME OP- , 
Js feM OM larga, Uglit bouaekaaplng 
room aod aoa ue^iae-room But: ra-' 
tired ar bualnaa* rousb Par appalat- 
meat ta ytaw. pbona E44U 

A RRlQin' TOMTOirrABLB~TifeDWO>M. I 

_ atsgla at do uble AJat garage O 7«a 

lYBlOirr BURMT ROOM IN bUKET 
1 ■ batal. wmlktbd dWianaa ta city, maals 
opua s aj B44U . 

( TOBY ROOM. biiXip” Krnnair AVA^ 
' able «ad» U wowblr Raflsad 
teotlsmaa B4941 

/Tomtortarls bed • anriroXiiiboM. 

7 Unas aupsUad eoopta peaferrad Ihroa 
maniha eul r Phoas B nil 

/ etoiXlH • TffEIE.' PURHIBRkD 
^ mom Braaktoet opitmial |74] Pora- 
wood Bsad. BUTE 



M rtJITS AND AFARTMKNTt 
WANTKD 



DRIVE SAFELY 



B U Bt R ia S COUPLE. WITH OUT CHIL-' 
drmi daMra 1-rwwmad aaartmartt. 
prieata bolB. pralaraply unfurniabad 
0 4447 

YJOBWir COCPI^ UMIRB ITTO OK 
I* Utrea-roem. werumWMd auHa. wtUt 
bib banaata Bax 4944 C oMtklM 

n USlRM OOUPLB DBBTRB THRBE- 
rooa umruruWwd auHa. Bax 4I9E 
O^lst 

H OBIRMB WOltAR WAMTB BBD-BIT- 
Mng-rsem and kttcBoooiw sr would 
abara apgrtma nt. Bux 1177, Oatakklm | 

/aOUPUL RO cmU)MW WAWT 'twoI 
' ' or Kiroe-ewom aulta wUB alsk. PPr- , 
uabod ar aarnl-furumwod. Sou 4344. Cdt- 

ouM • 



$1995 



VrrERAN JUNK CO 



GENERAL ELECTRIC 
WASHING MACHINES 



CHICKS 

OR E 7 OR 4-WBn-aU» 
puLLjrni 

TOP OU>M.ITY 

BOP etrod Mew BamaaAlfuu. 

Wkita LauBiirim. Bhrli lalattd 



FLETCHER BROS. 



ALTTO UPH0L5TERING 



WASHING MACHINES 



ROSCOE'S UPHOLSTERY 



MODERN APPLIANCES 



49 FOE lAlX—BflRTCLLANEOn M FOE HAIX— lOECFLLANIOrS FOE tALE~)nflCCU.ANEOV8 '4t ^IT-TET AND Ln'tSTOCY 'SI HOCSCK^EFfNG EOOKf 



n'RlTt BRAUEL OIL RANOB IfflTM OIL t^VM BALB— CAMBRA EEIBB ITOK COB- 
*’ Dtke Tbarm bat-wetar boator, earn- taa Ul, Bsubar 13 Mwa local piana 
plek# 4194 f C Lambari, Sidney PO abutter to 1/I94d a soaend Laoibaf caar 
■PO M me Ridnae 1 0444 -Buua >s Mgioaii me er i aad- eaa se ll sdaa 

r~ Boat alltr aeor WM fkiona AlMoa «7K 
\\^IJTE ENAMEL RAJ40E C044Pl^t^E altar 4 

'* wiu pel burner tank, drum and row- — — ■ — — — , 



trart Baae on 4444 

U »Kmr'jDlAMEt~PA74C»rr PBOlfTT- 
aar' all ktora and rosUaat Q MTl 

BOUTHAU. BTOTTB OD 
« Bawduat Buraara 
•lava and ^ruaea Bapalrw— Kotlava 
Cual Blotora— OO Buruan 
401 OarxMrant Btrwat Tiatoru. B C 



94 ^ Bailg (Holontit s, it 4 » 1 5 



AUTOMOElLRti 



Al'TOMOBfLES 



HA P 7 BNI BMEB CITY BSMTAL BORBAQ 1 \ 

Tl?iX=R^-Hounsue wvt.km - |,eJ S ■»*» 'cPPriAI FOR AUSTIN A-40'S MmdluS?*‘:i:Uy IS f?4 

A naar auamam om.uu , 7*19. CCRVICF ^ XiJil**'** ';JaT^ad]X;;^ 

|.{D-BrmNO-ROOU. PRIVATE BATH _ _ _ . OUOU'MILt bcKVICt altar 4 pm 

»it*_a^wttba»H_maala _0«BB3 kfoILWAlRB BROW TRARBPIK. LTD. — ciaas and Rapark Pruui Wheal Bsannga I y -kwf-uwnmwkt j w w». . 

ernkpe. Is Baa ahapa altar 



_!^.***’ \f oILWAlRB RROK TRAWAPIK, LTD. — claas and Rapark Pruui TTbaal Baannga 

3 ROOM IM Puruliure aod maaa skafisu ma«- 



BR . R - R - R - R ^R - R 

BE SMART 
BE WARM 

avakieklB aaw* A braad ihw >*rrkilat-n4 
beater, all matai *Mialr«rltiMi Al a * 0*104 
af I4i. 

ONLY S49.50 

A beauitftti r.rw model tba« will gif* 
fob Slant beura af •ntafurU**# eewenith 



/ tLBAl* BOUBEXEEPfRO ROOM W Pvuiiure and Ptaus B^iAB W nir Ctsanar Te lgl4 HoabTmmpe to tot aiii 

iin AT *“ I TrunammM.m and OlEerentlal OU. 

I AROB uom -ROUBCKEXPtRO ROOM.' Lacal and Long Olatanae 'uimAL PKirB $7 50 Attar A Aafe 

rloka in. B«Tmie for 1 ar 9 bualnam Baggago. Paak^ cnTlug and thlpwtt. . far M r Carey 

pmipla. Btarything auppUad 9414 Roo« Phone 1 449 1 PARTS EXTRA x 4 x 1 1447 DODOA PERFECT CORUl- 

Btratf. atf Bay Bir*rl . , _ .. mU**. 41444 0 7484. 



*>W«U I AROB UOHT -flOUBBKEEPlRO ROOM.' Lacal and Long Olatanae 'uwmaL PKirB 

V 8t^ HBUIBTBRXD I rtooa la. B tlHl hla for 1 ar 9 buafnam ' Baggago. Pacing. Cialtim aad thlpwttr . 

A tTarytton? eupSiad Mil ^ PSmalBa PA 



PAirrS EXTRA 



THOMAS PLIMLEY LTD. 



6^ll"*a*Hi laTal* ntUoe a«*‘dJoIJIid'‘to /’ ^ PEATHERWtfOMT BLBCTRir IRORjouly AX.UCJ pet abt,oe _ . I 1417 Pembroke ' UB rRPVENIPIItlt 

fit 14 any *• ***« _ - ©Ml ONLY USED BLBCTHIC PLOOB I I'ARbE ~'cOMTORTAaiA“PURRl« T^OORTbOOM 'wTUCCO BUROALOW. 

ONE ORIT , fONATHAN AND SEVERAL OTHER- newjatiwu Are right whan batbM. irtauBodda- g,a.«Ming.,oom. 1. H.E faetUUae 111 auiamatir beat Vie Waw dUirteu 

vanetiee ta abooac from 41 M boa > poupkxr Iflaoad at Oobereet Perm RennaU Pbee« ^ BMstb Phana RogM. altar 3 p m ,174 par mantb Bet UdA ChlantA. 

»r/vi *r Cl in a Ilf* 10 p ipp wumrra. Tanner Brae , Tanner Twa revaiviog Bruanta da the polubing ,C<.touJt 4 143M far appou.imrul. _ aekns nurnirr m r 'unnu ~nunrnen “ " ' “ 

VOGUE FURNITURE HOUSE Roa^ Keauns _ _ •»« IM maehipe seifbe onlr II pounde ¥-vooB AND CATS BOARDED IR WARM L"|£l 7oU WANTED TO KENT— BOL'SES 

444 TATE8 BTREBT PHONE 0 9111 , I 'ORLSR Et-BonUC PLANT 111 VOLTS *" ^ aentiarr comfortabla l^ifldual auar- - ~ wim*e7k^*~arwnr j~ r ‘ n ~g ' — 

SIDNEY LUMBER LTD S i- " r,.™- .oo«c«,..o 

I.WJK SALK -FORD PBetuUAOR TRAC- BIi;A1*4“" ^ * ; jIL/NtY LUMDtK L I U. beauttek Oakrrwat KrnneU. Burn- ' ' raost wub aink. hat and raid running bualDeea poeoia 

1 tar roior.net piougb. lasdum diar T'LEniB LfRUMAR'S CLIMBER 8 HVLT . QOVERRMERT BT B 4ir , • * **«‘‘ ibalf oUle pakf Helmcke^ , waltr 111 pm rnenih Cl^ ta town. MAOton n .wai 

mtlUfalar Plun>c Kea.ing 4r9Q iV and eafel* ilraB. alBtaet naa Pbane : Apply after il. 493 Lki|4tmall Road < tMUEOIATELY— HOUSE. Of ART COR- 



VOGUE FURNITURE HOUSE 

444 TATES STREET PHONE 0 9111 

44M ■- BAtBINgRt 



1414 TATBB STREXT 
PHONE O Tilt 



CRABS AUTO BALBB 
UatO CARS 80 UOHT ARO SOLO 
OPECIAL ~ 1444 CHW. PLEmdABTBR. 

$1495 

Mft OOROB ROAD BAST 



kAOOHKV’S AUTO BOOT , 

114 ewimuraot Btraot Pbona 84117 

U9i Tanoouear Btrwat Phosa B I 9 U 'PIBBB FOR BALB - 4 44 X 14 BOUND 

BO JOB TOO LABOB OB TOO SMALL , ! . 



mtlUfalMt Pluiitc Keaiing 4r9Q 

'i 'rMrTED''BUI^Y”FrROUBON“r4 INCM 
14 oloaane aUfl Pereawin irorUirk Isi- 



I E.L. POWER CHAIN SAWS 

PEATURfRO THE PlrtRYBB 
ORE MAN CHAIN SAW 
CxIUb* up ta M Ins weight M the . 4 B P 

Prtaed Prom $280 CompletA- 
AIM Tw«-Mea Bawt-M«4«le 'V aud "Or 



JUVreS V^OnOM-BUlLT BATIKIUBB MANU- 



‘ \ . . laae They last singer Jonoe Brou Bat- 

OU 8 B OR SUITE FOB KLOERLT I tarlao. 1114 Quadra BiroeC 



IRA BECKER & SON 



Vaaaouftr bland and B.C. Coast 
(juiribuiara 

triCTOBIA AOKKry Jtu CARET HOAD 
PRONE O 1471 



WC7UL0 LIKE TO RENT 14 OB 13-ROOM Hot B-3. Bulla 4. iHUlUialt 

»» btMiM 14 good dketrlct Box 4474.1“ ~~ ' 

CutonUt. ACMB OOAfULNTKED BAmnUBB 

5 OR 4-ROOMED ONPOHRIEHEO HOUil aw *stfw*rmf* wwr> ge gjp- 
far raUabla permanent lananl Boa {VI i/j !!•«• batiary 

4144. Colontkt I laaotba' suaraniawd New. 



M ARUPACTURED (R YUnOBlA- BAYS 
1/3 Hsfs roku battery rapiaiad, III 
mestba' guaraeiaad Saw. roaeodiuoned 



/ |NB 4-POOT KEPRIOERATOR BROW- ,7. - - - ^ — 

McCULLCXTH POWER CHAIN !.,!„.‘7..r*<.'S;r Kf.rifLS'.' f&l »• I iS “ HousEKicrriNr. «ooM« 

CAVA/ Atore Streei BM 44 |ii»(k from 44 up 11 Andrew, Breniwo^ WANTED 

■ I40RTABLE TTPEWRITBR. CORONA Pt^lTL'RB Ariarie. _Pha.»e KeMlng 170 — 

Power UIIII wetaM only 94 Ibe . handiek I Zepher de luf* prartUaUr new t39ni'U-71» Johnaon Bt. Phone O 44» oVELY BIVUINO ROLLER CARARIBB I kEO-NtTTlRO-ROOtd, WITR KJTC 

la-ln to 4-1* Madee With k b p • . I - _ . . . 



omcEs. BT 0 BE 8 , HAIX 8 

TO ECNT 



; moptha fuaraeiaad Saw. roaeodiuoned 
, and rapiaiad baitartaa 1 

j PBANCia BArTBROB * TTRBB tTD ' 
: 1419 Quadra Suatt PbpnaBTOJI 



|a-ln ta 4-1* Madee With I b p No ae*tlJ:| 
at rhalb requ-red. eftMsrute qe ilp*. 
a .lasietie tla.ch. klrkp(*m( aiarinr. and 



GLADWELL MOTORS. LTD. Iv 



tkUBBBR BTAMPB - ROBIRBON PHSSB -.jr*'ti» C 

Prtntera Ptaneer rubber aiamp makert BUTTLEb. BAOa klEIAIA -OR- hr »< 

ru Virutrta 44B Plecerd Street. Mawinit -a niutre aod useful UUnce beugbt Em- • _ - - uiwnarr rnowi. leiasa k.auri a mi i ae. w 

R.iliina PbM^^ ^ ■ tore Jun* tw _B 4944 ■«»«_ I, -»OR BALE -OAT STRAW. 494 TOR. Ot- Undlllg^ay Ret^lJ4M _ __ 

I l>mUOERATOR.'“NEW.~CAPACmr 17 A'NVTniNO U. BTOVBb - Wt 'pay *,eodir^'Kra*h^ Mf’*^**” **'*“’***’'** \\’«nTI>.'TORRIAH”BD” LH'e'”bOOM 

ik ru (I t* 2 k 13 *] Ter«uai OCf* •* bigh*« gnew» and stU kuu aafwttar* ; - - — - - — — — — — »' r’ese. for bskini-aa Udy Baa Utl 

laiuioo 13V i*" *ha ally or ftuoity Pbone O 44*a | BALI— OOOO BAl-ETl HAT AND Cainniil 

K UUER HORaE’ARD'oOW” MANURE A RTiQUB6'BOU01TpARD”BCrL0 CBR . — - . _ » „ 

black sell amt etndery o «4* t lau | •» tun Ar» Bhep. 1094 Port Btreat, IIVIBTOCK. CATTLE. PI08. PTC, 5* FLATS AND APARTMENTS 

piPRIOEBATOB-BRARD” NEW JURJI ' a 'rTIQUE 'PUBNITURA WARTED-ARY, ■ TO RENT 

I k> machine .trad, tn l.uT Iraadl. a* ilfulu _Pboem 94U1 Kraun. JlY App A rm. A*5to cTun ^Kb^ 

I / rAHPETS WANTED. OBEO B 3441. CAK- . * | aROELB WARTXD' PHONE BElT I4H •"*'»“ »*•» 

lr-_-__ V . — r petortum Ca . 1114 Vanrourer diraai L> I ■ 'wnm' 1 "ouT wuri 

OTESL-EDOIO ABC LAMINATED 7 Rugt and uphoUtery cleaned and retiolr-fl t- - ^ ^ 

ft. akis. camplela with eabtoa. e*eel. V,^n ' im%b imfrrt *n*mNw ntiwi Ta* , V\ BI-L*cUHED MEADOW HAY, BBCWD. ^ iai*fid ranr* a 



Hercnry Mnaer Llneotn Orater 
PANDORA at QUADRA B lUl 

GULF DISTRIBUTORS LTD. 

RATEB ■ LAWRENCB 
LOOODKl TRUCES AND WIN CHIB 
BaJaa • Parts - Bereica 

RAVOtS ErUKET. RARAtMO BC. 

Pbona 1744 

440 FARM IMPLIWE.VTk 

O RB OlOBUR TRACT O^ t444~ dOOA 
ak naw 9494 BtMgs BtrewL 

449 BIBCtLLANfcOtg 

A BETTER rnARCE POR TOOLS. ET^ 
AT JACK H 1431 BROAD 



nVHUCR CHAIRS - WE HAVE THRVI 
1 4014 al targe, beary-duty irutfc ebaina. 



SMILIN- 

BEN 

' TODAY 

MORE THAN 

25 — 25 
BEAUTIFUL CARS 

PRICED 

TO 

SUIT YOUR PURSE 



SI900 



I SkOtl USED CAR VALUE 

* IO‘)0 BXnt-fBH I DOOR FORD 

- If JO ARiiUA. in Al aan- * 



2 ' Beliyered n. at. Maiwr. ruary 19 If minute* to downtown ' 22221;- — — : 

Kraung JlV _ _ Apply now Ann* Auto Caun Pbo**e B»l- Vl ’ARM, CLEAN. 

XIAROELS wanted' PHONE BEL. I4K. >*** '' o®'** «« 

' ^ _ _ I -V CCOkuioDATIOR POR J OR 3 PBO^ 1 

ti'CLL.r7Ttinj MVADnur'iiav. ncroMD: . Btaam beat. elcctrU ranges. __ 



Pb one ^>47 ^ 

rpO~R»«T — OP-TO-nATl OPPiriB 
* Rest, light and Janltet earyire, aU* 
ttlephone aerelcv Ideal far brokers ar 
I rommiaa-on agema Dawrll'a O 7141 

I rpo” RBRT^PEB rFaRT 1 OR'bOONER. 

1 large atorw and warehnuas spare 

apprailmaUIr 1.744 sauare foet 8 nm* 
fixiurea for tale, if desired >14 Tate* 

^M, cleS^hot-water hbattdi 

olXre* la rmt. Wtlliams Building. 744| 



r'^y WR-TOUR ih^NE'-BlIELLs: TO HENT-MISCKU-ANIODH 

pnlet. AD ID nrelleni addition 414 BfgOE I ( g irnfU. or longer <>»•«■■»« ' Uke TOR ^ Umbert. ReUnnnl IIM _ - 

i.«MALL RLECTRir ROnVBR OO 06 Whal hale ywuT Phonr 0 3349 mnrning* | 4 PARTMERT FtTHRlBHEO POO'r CN>R RENT — FLOOR POLMHERB B 

rbodltion, 414. hal-wateT Unk. 119 i.toUR HARRE» 8 *LboU 44 OR M INs' 1, " ' S ' 1 ‘ ••“•♦onlaUNd Prleaie en- \ 

- •' - *• tinTTl.N 'iranee, «ulei busineka people. Adulli 1444. yv) 

niadeiotie A*e , I’ 



’ rbodiuon, 41 *. hot -water tana, etr |,N9UR-HARRE88 U>OU *4 OR M INB 

■ * HJ* _ I Lrt'letr /‘tenrni «r eimiiar make itoa 

UtTART A HOMB' WORKSHOP WITH A »7* Coloniif _ 



TRUCK TIRES 

BRAND «PA.NK3RO HEW 
■99x94 14-PLT OOOOTEAB YIREB: 
NEVER ON THE ROAD 
BELUNO AT 

S75 00 

PER TIRE 

NEW TUtE PBlCB-444 
A REAL SNAP PCdt AlfY TRUCKER 

B 1920 



irwiw a^iiija. in ni ann* SCfTC 
dliwn s3fJ 

Carilfied Blue Seal Used Can 

SMILIN' BEN 

YOUR USED CAR FRIEND 
VICTORIA 

414 DOOOLAA ftTHBET 

NANAIMO 

COMMERCIAL ARU RAVIR4 



"SNOW SPECIALS" ! 1 ! 

COME AND orr THEM WE CANT (lET 
OUT |N THTB WEATHER 

IM7 CKHTALEM WTHWlOR 4 mw.lk 



a~Tm7 POHO bedan delivery ton 

I A kale New paint gab end matpr tire. JJd 

I At shape. 4499 \m\ ^adra Street O 4J1J tit ACUHvn^n^^wL., 

B ^4 teenini* ***“• $2895 

* TORO BEDAB. 1434. PERPKCT. 444>*. | __ . . 



APPLY 1414 B^4 eeenini* _ . ren we'^m"'""*'' $2895 

pm Wiane, . pORO BEDAB. 1434. PERPKCT. 444>*. | __ . 

..'A Pard. 1194. dellTei 7 , 43D Oodae Tx- BOTO SEDAN, fluid 

NO ACCOM- 1»*B *•»- Bludebaker l^ildent. Illu W ' ffi.” condiilaned. 

It with bsM Cameron 443'Vtew fftreei E4419 . f"* 'Mbt. COfiOR 



' Tl Pard.im.deliTei7.43D Oodae 1 'x- I I*' ' 

I tan fan. Bludebaker l^ildent. lllu W ' f ” ” 

Prank Cameran 443'Vtew fftreei E4419 . »■•*« I"* 'Mbt* 

- A real beaul? 



r^k.wa ^ '"L.SIU ^ eleetrn hm-water tank inetaUad It de- ( j* ?.* ^ ULEEPlNO-RobM WTTH AN ELECTRIC 5lr,*M -Vs'llLi ** 

i'.', 'Tia^'u iviimif. ‘iV.'v / JJ- »>»«' Reaenoable pries O 4to< ****** "*"■*' ** Jahnaaa AdulU Weekly rutes t PPOd 



Air condiilaned, 

$2895 



OITWWniilLB 



paeiir. power aiaering. standard autamn- radio, heairr and seat <a*er* ClfiOl^ 
use eomponeni parte and ronimb rans-' A gifl ai S I OTJ 

dun MabiU Co, Ud . H.rrth V.nmamr , 

I r YOU'RE ETUCK. BtfY THU TRUCK blue ei>arior fllilkh equipped With heater. 
hiU thraunh anew, lea or mud Poor- bew fire* A raeondilionad ^ t •t m e 



^11 tbraugb anew, lea or mud Poor- bew tira* 
1 dries 'tSarmr. 4479 0 4444 rar 



$1745 



' rno RENT - THREE ROOMKD BUITt. ~ rpWO • WHEEL. .ALL • BTVEL. UTILITY 1444 MERCURY 4-OOnR REDAN, tadm. 

9 fumuhed. ahare bathroom and uUHty /xar INBUftANCR—COETN ONLY 414 TO 1 trailer. t4-tnn> wheeU Phene I 4479 heater end ifetioster neat and a i 'Wnc 

r^. irleau enuanea. grirand Boer Rot 1 c«v«r for BC Bofete Ba aorm itbdlty WinT^“.T.;-“;"«ue¥f »>••»•» b P“> 5 I /tO 

90*7. CelcnUl La» AAg a Rink sard 1 OdO WHITf 4- TON 4-WllBSLBB, 1446 

T^msTT^^'r: O J =2 ^: ^ ».T Tr rL2r L~~..ar 2 ^~D :?• * * >n^iM ixtarrueurw anrtrrNWb • f 40 mileo. oir brake*, wolar Unk 1441 PLYMOUTH 9-DOOR SEDAN ThU 

' BUCKI-EB INBURANCT A0»OT ,od euk* bonU l3-un CahimbU treilei rar baa a brand new paint Job and U 

All ?-.*** .Tfl*.?' **• ehlldren. 1031 ^ ill Pembtruu RJdl Pbona E 1144 Trade or terma Pr would sail aaporatety equipped wiih heaur. dHroeue a x one 

Olipbant aitwet R 1714 -Phon. 09141 Ind mat e-eer. $1295 

- f|7WO-BOOM HOURSKXEPINO BUtTlI AUTOMOBILE PTNANCINO iftAT PAROO RTOH BPtCLAL PLAT- ,, 4 , atWV unsm DB LOXB I.OOOB 

t M rent Bolt btMtneae roopio *r oxraas Axiomobila Purrhaew* Pinaneod au I 74/ dark. 1437 f-whaej logglM track: owdan Thu car u to toealx a * a>a>e- 
,* 1731 Part Btraai Monthly Payment PUn IfsT ColoabU l3-Uo uaiUr OcMUn Urlla^t $ 1 295 

randuleaal Bola AgreemeT.u OUaomiad Btrelco BMiIoo, Til CaUdonla. condlUoo throughout . -9 i A. r ^ 

epWO ROOMS AND KircnWETTE. TOP H,,,, Prompt Bereica J INI FORD 4 -OOOB SEDAN In lop enn- 

* floor Boltoblc for ibroo or fouri lOOD RILLMAN PANEL. EXCELLENT ■*?. .**T. 

- working girta » 09*1 MLANO PIN AN CM UMITEO 1 TOS tires and motor l>94 R WUeon •"* 

• V . 1 ,. . - — lUI Broad Btraat Pbooa O IB31 474 Balmoral RMd B341I •"? 



1441 CREV MASTER DB LUXE 4-000* 



\r^/ . IBJl fevIvMl IrucC ankAtf TtiU c4r U !■ lov#ly a % 

1447 ColoabU 13-400 uaiUr Ot^lon 1 1 295 

Btrelco BMiJoo, Til CoUdonla. condlUoo tbrewgHout . 9 19.79 



XQ-3P 'RuisCAN PANEL. Ve^i^A *Sn"'fk?lo^hcT^ 

IrOS tire* and motor l>94 R WlMon l'**f" ff* •"* 

-Saourair; $1345 

1936 InmSn. iSr'T^.rxS'fSSU 



and defrooier 



On# awnor Knea ruw and 
■ -MO. g4M m wondertal a x 1 nC 

10-50 CREVROUCT PANBt^-«4M. OR Hmmioo >1 l7J 

i7jy trade fox oMor ear 43l Owppllnj 

^ _ - MECHANIC'S SPECIAL 

xQ-n^ PORO H-TOR PAREU D« VERT " 'e 

I 7 JO good eonditiao. fell. 1443 Car- Ift* MKRCtTRY 4-OOOR SEDAN TM Da 
berry Oardan* 0 1744 yi up You eaea Ibe C70S 

. Vn^T '■*?»«. DKUVKRT, 0000 “"‘►I * ^ 

I yj/ rubber • 74S9 



$795 



EXTRA GOOD USED TRUCKS' OLSON MOTORS LTD 



a id AUT O RBPAIRB ANB tEB TICE ( 

B oot ard'pbkdbr repaibb. weld- 

litg. pntnllng Montnlna K MeKInnau. 

4U Cormnrnoi B4441 1441 

E NOIBB RECDBOmOBlRO BFBflAL- 
tau -> Oat e«4 pr1a« Cemslem JoB 
roburo. laatnU ptetaoa pina rlngb New 
engine garlonBanae Inax on gas and oiL 
CHET DOWMAN QARAOB. 79* JOBNBOW pgr 

1 f*3VERT BOOT REPAIRS AND PAINT- 
•/ ton. vlctofU Auto kdetni 413 Oeaglna 



,1441 tRTRRNATTONAL, t-ton atnke bpdy 
THU I. . raab, gmU toiy 

1444 PAROO 9-iM ptatfarm body. Thor- 
oughly gono ofw. RauUy d 1 coC 



dopondabU 

WE PAT CASE 



$1585 



444 TATKB EIREBT O lib 

PLTMOrTR - CRRT&SR — PAROO 
BaUa and Barvtca 

TOO CART BBITKR THE RWT 



Oaad Can and Trucks and Ban gn ' 
ConelgrUncm 



J. M. WOOD M0T6RS 



UBBD CAR LOT 



OOOGl TRCICKS ■ 

ROW AVAIUIRLR IN 
9-TOB. m-TON and 3-TON MODELS 

DODGE 

TYw JOB-RATE Track 

J. M. WOOD MOTORS 



YATES ST AUTO SALES 

LOW DOWN PAYMENTB 
EAST TER3iB 



lOAK H^^QBON 4-PABB COUPE. AM 
IVAO eoadMloh«r Bargain 

lOdE PONTIAC BEDAN. lUdU, hanur. 
iy40 Excellent ealut. 

loan WllXTB SEDAN. Pauf ayltodnr. 
I y4U Beonomy Oopd motor 

X nnPk DOOOI SEDAN EtrotUnt valpa. 



Dodge • 
1441 TATH 



Dodpa Trpeke 

0 71N 



1939 

llOTO FORD BEDAB RanUr; goad 
I yjy motor 

liooo cHtvRDijrr tudok bkiar. 

1 lyjo original TtplaB 

IQTQ BTUDEBABER BB9AR Eaaal- 

I lyjO lettl motor, good uroa. 

xoO’T'OM) TUDOR EEDAR. Rxeal- 
I I yjj Ufi* traiiepertaMun ai dOOC 
only 4441 ran ba bopght toe only 9999 



BRAND NEW 



SMILIN' BEN'S 



NEW I 

GENERAL MOTORS 

TRUCKS I 

ffOM aoaWATE OM U f ERt 

DAVIS MOTOkS LIMITED 

«l TOMT vr OBU4 

EM - PMMM • •JEA. TYl Bl 



YATES ST AUTO SALES 
945 YATES ST. G 8522 



OET A PINE 

USED CAR 

AT 

FORD HQ. 

THE WEEK-END SPECIALS 

|Ax-tXBXA4AR SB oar. 

I y4/ n emnrt HiUa oar. a • xnw 
iioperntral to rua SI 4Y3 



1947 



M ESCORT •ntr* 
8EDAR. » hottoff- •RB 
a haaur Outy 



194225 srr 

• awl Mutor. 



1939 

1947 



$1950 

$1275 

$795 

$1550 



NATIONAL 

Motor* Lfd. 







I 




,11 MtUNElilt OrrOBTUNITIEll lU M.'(UNE8S OrrOKTlMTtUI 



MONIT TO L0A9 



AUTOMOBILES 



M AVTOMBBILSS AKD TBUCKS 71 
1 WANTED 1 — 



ittwfimj, FcWwrr s, iM» 3l|r Bailg (SolantBt 



DOrT «0«»OW MOKtT 

p»T t9t r««r c*s r*f*iri. anffesuis, 
'Jiadwti l iiaf u t»i«* 

to*% «9 !• It Muniht M mi 



UfDSPorDBrr oaiuoc axd- 

•SRVICS rrATlOH 

^pJliB CONStITI OF TJUinX STOT*rO 
1 MlAtAI. fuUr MUtMWd. t«*U. Me 
He« p«Aip« en «to>tr«T>k»A re«4 0«»«r 
•WM «a CaU >Mh B*m. o«tm 

CAFS Ain> COFFSS BAJt 
OmA l»cutan. L#Mi !«• irni Cm i*«t 
t««r r»Mu. Haum «ioM kr ai AM mmUi 

$4350 

Can jAck Mtwmm O «TN. 

umrui «oMi •ricuLA 
TkM >1 r*M tM«M bM • rrmtM •! 
•m p*f Mtttk IB aAimAB t* u*mi- 
•waruie far b«rBr LmamA » Ike Jamm 
BAT iUtrlci. Triple pluMme CernAi Iai 
F ull »rlM irtM- Oali »a.lbl cA«b A««a 



II ■ F. KNOUaH COAI.TI. W»>4l 
r t (4 * 



AUTOMOBILES 



FlmeiiHi Oe L«u BaAm U 
*#4‘.nr«T <^/u"ra t»* e«p» j 
CueiMB r«dlA ea4 4e l> ip besiei 0*n«/ 
«abU n ee«M trade m vtll tell Mtrlfbt 
Our BlrA claAB MAatr al wed can *Ul far ft.Ut. M>dar. I»^ luaraatee aa due 
kAAC Mw ataaeal iaa»AdUa«. Fat Um beat 
la uaM Mia aaU al TlF TOT ADTO BALB, 

IIM VATM BTKirr 



TIP TOP AUTO SALES 



RANDALL'S 



SPENCER HOUSTON 
CAR SALES 



ROYAL USED CARS 



A HAnoAAX Boiimio act amt load 

A ruun MORTUAOB FUVAIB tOAJI 
A BlTTLOailA FAOaRBMIVS LOAM 

Aat Da f« CmbpIMa Pat alb 



CONSIGN 

YOUR 

CAR 



APARTMENTS AND STORES 

11 BVITM ANO OAtUOM 

• rroRa 

BSvnrDB M).a«i m tsab 

Tbu aaAruaaM la a *ar» dead !•- 
•aalMcal Tba feaUdiaa la la aatan- 
did rwdltian Tbe lacAltaa U doaa 
Ab Ia tovB. Tba r«U *rtc« 



BEE LINE AUTO SALES 
LIMITED ■ 

comm oofioB moao at oott «r 

ttJU 



lOAQ BFlClAi. t007<; 

I y40DC U7XB AU rl* ura 

\QA7 CHKYAtCB BOTAU aru*d IB 
I 74/ mU. T«a *at radia. cOEOE 
hMU/, ate >Z37Q 

1 O A T CHBFBOLBT FtBITMAlTn 

i’iL"’*' SW5 

CADILLAC MDANriTE. Hadio 
undac>aaat baaiti. t nrAftC 

UM Fard A>FAaA. C«B*«ruaia Cwum. BaAIu *luia valia, a& IBwaciUata car $4073 
ax>d baatar Al eandmoa ll.tt# 

UJd Ft>BwuUi Oa Lam CaacB A 'aal 
l»od laauir car |«Tt 

US1 Cbe?ra*at CaacB. Oaod aaadtuOB A I 

raai bmy aa llttj 

IMI Farf* S'Taa Uebt Oauvery atari 

boi Bedueetf la II.MI, 

>M1 tard Aaaaa Daltvery. Tab caadi* 



BUY HERE NOW! 

wiuLA nucai ami down 



GILLESPIE, HART & CO 
a LTD. 



IS BUILDING 

Taa. aa are buUdlaf a aaa slllea am ate 
Mart af Maaa Wa bum aeu'laiBaAUUJy 
aaMe ad aor IM.OM aarUi al cara C««a ta 
•Bd tBbe adraataca ad tbla aaBartaAity 
Bargaia bncaa. U« lariM. asd raaiaMbcr 



SMILIN 

BEN 



1947 BUICK 



•DFIK UOAKlIIb *Hb uo^r-AMl 
baaut and detraalar; air caiMitilaaar. 
MTfB - taba Baab«a«ttan radia. aaal 
rcren CbaeMa *^adarafaird " Loa 

^LL*FB1CV $3 1 50 



1941 



BRICK APARTMENT 
BUILDING 



GET BEST 
PRICE 



1948 
1941 
1939 
1937 

' lau Cbrrrolet Oedaa Dadvefy wlUi &um 193^ 
I »ib4c«.. *ic. MBdUta. $m 

Un Awailn la H F Badaa. Om taner He* 

ooBdUWDed BMiar . . ttii ]936 

UM Cbaerolet BtiatMaa Caubt. ataBdar« . 

BMdti. Ouod bMdtlbn bl.Ut 193) 

U3d HudtM "f" BMan KecoBdllinncd! 

natar. Bep w a ai i to ii barvaio »aM ) 940 

UN Uiabam Bmall ‘ f ' Sedan. Buna goad, ' ' 

bydrauUa >rabM Ooly **^’1941 



BERNARD & CO. 

FOR LOANS 

Large and ubaII aaae«nu aeailaWa ta 

mediauiy tar raaidenual aad buainaM 

prabenm 

AT 5% 

dM FORT ST B Ull 



GUARANTEE 

CUSTOMtK SATISFACTION 



>« Bcnm alt eur aaotalnad Th« 
ratcftua la II. BM par year Tbt 
mu are bM blab Md Um laea' 
iMb la goad TbU bramrty b 
Aflclh laeklB# lala. eco AAT 
Tbr Frua ^OZ/UvAj 

For Further tatamaiiaa CaB 
Ur i. BMtib. O aiM 



DAVIS MOTORS LTD. 

ORB O I1A4 Mb ftSBT BT. 



TOWN 



RILEY 



SMILIN' BEN 



GEORGE RANDALL 

I Mb DOOQLAB BT 



•RITAIHB F1NBCT CARA 
Ho* aa tNiplay 



MONEY TO LOAN 

HOUR LOANS 4UICKL1 AMBAdUBD AT 

LOWBBT uenourr ratu ir 

OR SMALL AMOeWTR 

HEISTERMAN & CO. 

mi BLARSHARD ST FUUNB B «ldl 



COACH 



VICTORIA 



FOR SALK 

I tMB RBBT HBWLT I^UIFFBD CAPS OM 
BMin ttiarougbrare IB Uinfint laaaM 
jiDaa. wiiA a'rady year-raund buainaaa 
'alMtriag large reeaniw aa 

full NW* at S / DUU 

Brr Full Faftlculari CaaUrt 
JIMUT WABHIMOTOM'S FARBSVILLB 
RIALTY 

Farhtrllle. SC. Fhooe FarkayiUa 111 



VICTORIA SUPER SERVICE 
LTb. ’ 

m FA.NOORA AVB FBOHC O UM B III 



HOOBL A 

TimOR 

MBRCURr 

P1CKUF 

FORD 

FICRUF 



AUSRICAR OLOaUOBtLI RB 

OAR BydrasatM; auctou radw; 



$2195 

$895] 



NANAIMO 



FOR SALE 

VALUABLE RETAIL 
PROPERTY 



RUICK BUFBJI SbDAR CtteUa 
ladM aad baaur. 

MBRCURX -IIB' »*FABS CODFB. 
Reaier. 



uu cRBvRourr fol'r-ooob 

8BDAN 

IR OOOO SHAFI 

ll.OM 



WiiNTKD TO BOUtOW 



ROEKTLY RBQUtKb M« TO FOR- 
tber buttaeaa BrapaaiiMa Artita ar 
At partMr, goad aaeurtiy Bat UIA 



TIP TOP AUTO SALES 

ION YATCB BT I 



m*fU View Birrrt elaee la Deaflaa 
Oftr nary arlrb and ror.irrla building. 
>0*ti (rnnta^o an Vtrar Biraet by dtptb ad 
dd fl Cenlafru lae ainrvt. verb lg*fl 
fitimafe al>b aaebroatac and lariiaalnB 
riaor ai rear Biee al lat. t# (i a IN (i 
Vak«nt poaeraa.ni* nt 111 Viva Blreri rau 
he ha<l February la tbU than laiai 
leaae in etterc ••n 111 View Btiecl 

PRICE $28,000 

Fur Furtber farinulaia Apnly le: 



rouRiBT Bums - cbriral LocAnuR 

r N ROOMS, PDLLT FURRUIHKO - 
Beatty aMcUM aaaber. Maty uaoar. 
relitg cabinet KHrAen range gM. IkU 
ceMat bOMaeai luroare. lUioJcum. car- 
p*u aect af bedding bneM winter tee 
aaun UM Rcaiy decaratad inaida and 
aut Immrdiata paaaeeainn Laetiy apart, 
acni (or aanar. taa MUtroebU. bea ga« 
aattr beater Fbane B U«« 



DOOOB CUBTOU 8 BOAR Ct»* 

taa radla and beater luaiaio. 



«H KKAD RTRKBT 

O SKd 



ARISTOCRAT AUTO SALES 

UIB DOUOLAB BIRSBT 



WK ARK Al'TUALLT BUYIRU A 
FBW UORB CARS IN THB LOWKlt 
FRK-K CLAM, AND WILL FAV 
HtORIMT PRim FOR GOOD 
CLKAN UODBLH 



BltrOBBARKR C8AMPIOR SB* 

DAN A beauty. 

**U -t«**.*R B7QC 

COMVBRTIBLS J/YD 

CMRYBLBR BQTC 

BRDAN .. . >0/0 



1»A TIMBA^R t.NTKD 

J IBWARD FOR INFORMATION ON 
t intait ctaiid a( bewieek ec balana 
Bat Altl I nlaniat 

rpiMusHWA^ or” bt^ufau'b ~!ioi 

I UJ 1 . CaluBiai 



1K41 PONTIAC SBDAR . U.tlt 

|g}g triLLMAN BBDAN ... ggag 

tail rilBV t-FASa COUFB. A lately 
UuAJ aand talar aiih tacMai radla. 
taeair- alga dawn 

i«M AnifTlN ‘TB bBDAK |Mg d»«B bay* 

aMni. 

IIU CHBV COACH Meihanlenily gnad 
Frlr-P l«M 

lau KSBSX BBDAN. Tbla CAT la bfAcU- 
catty nea 

laid OulXiB BBDAN. fucUeBt cbAdillan 
Friea UM 

liJl BUICK bCDAN Oaad tire* aetat 
aad bady Sealrd beam tt^u and 
heater. Cheap 

INI CIIRT8I.ER ROYAL T'FABB All new 
Urea Very goad meabanknUy iLagb 



A FRKWAR CAR 
FKKWAR VALUK lib 
ROW BBLUNO FUR IIM 



BRING IT TO TIP TOP 



FOR TWO FCOFLB-* 

U 'HO WANT A OOOO CuFFBB MAR 
ihta la lodar'a and liatnrraa* be*t 
buy All nr« clean anulpaaenl Heguiar 
baura. a yeua lenae Na imni auartbe* 
No alfrri etch oat' 

Frtrc . .. SJ43U 

B>{lu*i*e aiib Mr. Ruurti Mtgbu. O KN1 

VALLANCK B SAWYER LTD 
aUlJ 11# Brougbtoa St' OKUI 



YOUR CAR 

■ WORTH MORE TO OB 



The Conodo Trust 
Com pony 

TRONTfB 

IIM OayermueM Birret, 

Virtaiia RC 



WANTED 

FIR -PILING 



CASH INOT FKOUlBBSi FOB 
OOOO CLEAR imiD CARS 



GOOD USED 
CARS WANTED 



LA SALLk ruUR-FASS COUPS 
Fully eauippvd 



UBT VOUR CAS wmi OS OR LIT US 
SILL (T FOR TOO ON OUR LOT 



. . . new hcatar ccal 
o«e urea aaod a* net* nm 
r M/fed A really gtwd aid 
ticiie I 22ia 



beam Ughta. i 
bralea motor 
rar UTS Fb 



Wanda run Igr.gtbe. M la IM b 
For reeUed iterltiratiena and 
yrrlrt* aealt 



CRABB’S AUTO SALES 

#U OORUB SABI. NEAR OOVERNMBN1 



BOICR nvi-PAasBNUBR SFS- 
eiAJ coupe radio baalet «ond 
raaeUeai eoadUlan SOit be- 
■ft Car Bae i>eea drteea b« acM 



FLYMOUTR Dl LUXB SEDAN 
A ffond gtraar madel 

FORD SEDAN New rubber ail 
arobiM. 

FORD DB LOXB SEDAN A real 
buy 

CRBVROLrr SEDAN Ooad Irani* 
bonattan 



UUEU AND NEW TIRE CltAtNS HEATERS 
RADIOS. ACCESSORIES 



AUTO COURT, VICTORA. B C. 

iocaUd on main Dlaad Uiabuay la ram* 
murd'y centrr mllao Tnm city -rbira. 
Arraae the road are ataie*. ca(M laoa. 
rataeea and nae black (rnm RotM oal. 
auod UaU cuurM RC a (tiieat rioae *a 
nariiBc kuinmtne Hrtint tmaiiae. vie 
Title urli*deai4Dcd rauri af eaiHreia abtcK 
raarDurrinn rampleied |a«t rarmUr. eaa* 
elfU af three ttupiriee ar ft rtBuJ ualld 
anj a 4-ream bauM 

Bbcb on" V'lf-tariained taeauilfully far* 

auiaaiBlIr hot water. eleeTrlo'^aniea.^'Tr* 

C am etc 

' in ftib amt al bigb level grauad: 
Rtaa eieaa But aarvice at anlraace 
Biitmated Summer retenu* approx. t>e 
per day aad Winter reveBU* about m 
a nanlii per uait S eC ACVA 

srritny Priea titt-Buii >4^/UUU 

APPLY OWNER 

J. LINDAL 

Tin OOVniNMBNT ST VirrORlA. sc. 

Fhaue E#a>l ay O ftbsa 
Mau ^Uvlag tartan aad tamediata 



CANADA CREOSOTING CO 
LTD 

FO Orawar I4M 

NORTH VANCOOVER 
Fbeae Nartb lUl 



Cl BOATN AND LAI NCHEH 



ROYAL AUrO SALES 

UM DOUGLAS AT BULD STREET 
PHONE OlftU 



>R SAJJl OR SUlTABLfl BECHAROB- 
Aee cbryaier marina taxlne. 13 b p 
> 1 rxdttciiAa iB luwu coDdiUaa Apoiv 
f F. Dooglai RR ft. Vlrtarla. SC 



ANTED BT IBTASLIHUEX) FIRkl. 
ftftft.gge, 4ias iBlerMi payahie ftlb.gpo 
‘ly Cavarea by laauraoca well veer 
.ft##. Sciiad iBvaeuneat Baa ftlfts. 



radw acilr ft.OSB milaa. (1 mA Huxbaa 
Maiort. Mrnar Quadra and Jubaasa Sftraeta 
Fbnna BftOI* 

10^0 CMEV SEDAN OOOO RORRXNU 
I 7.3.3 aawditioa, uphaletary poor ftftftl 

.... ...... ^ 1 *, j M, 



CARS WANTED FOR CASH OR 

CONSlflNMENT 



ft Banoe engrne, 3'i*ta-l reduriian. witb 
DuifL two U" bragaUere god rooting glpea 
ytarm Brag CauN ha a Itat i n n 

T7»OR SALE - 4ft*H F~KEAVT DOTY 
E Oardanar gaaotlaa ongtae Fbana Bal* 
laant 44U 

VAJRS^b FARTS FOR OOT^OAItOS 
aad air*«oaled cniinet JabnMn out* 
board* Brittt*&trmtlan. Wierontln malaro 
ANUDS MARINE * BALM AND SERVUrt 
UM Wharf Street Fhoem O 1«l 

TgOWSOATTlft* - n MONTRSAl BT 



WAKTEO-PARTY 
* r bleujy*eguipmad 
fTTMua itudia. oam 
an your own. ftM 
CaiaalM ■ 



71 BVSiNEHtt OPFORTUNlTm 



BUpertor NUeat 



ARISTOCRAT AUTO SALES 
E 8431 



10A7 SUPER SBDANrrTB. 

' 7*4/ rad!a ungrraeai btaier twa*loeM 
xraaa Delgbloa Bervtce Staitab. Iftft 
Caledania Avenue 

107Q f'HBVSOLBT. OOOO CONDI* 
I7ZO Unei. goad rubber UM Iftll 
■ uleb. good randitlaai (air rubber ftftM 
1> Conrad Street 

1 Q^Q FORD nVB*PASS. CO0PE.”w^ 
t^**0 ettraa IHI Fiyisoutb at da a. 
•lUi ettraa Sotb la beautiful abape 
(teen at ftftlft Vancauver Street. 



VETERAN AUTO MART 
QUADRA AND CALtDONIA 



SPENCER HOUSTON 
CAR SALES 

951 YATES STREET B 1032 



PUUT-CLASS REVENUE 

B70r\r\ down KAROLBi TUU PINE 
>OOl/U Lftak • buut. furauiwd apart- 
meal bauee. within ftM yard* of city 
eeeire All apariiaeat* rvntad aad there 
U a lobf waiUaa lUi af preapocMva 
teaaati seven apartmeata, ptu* one (ur 
,U.i ewaer Roam (ar eoe or two exira 
.C* lultaa la baeameat Net revenua saw ataa 
par maaUt Sea Uu* at ^ * I 
full prtca t >11 ,000 

SECURITT 

A lavaly a*raam autte la U*a la asd a 
net laenmr a( la.ftM per year la live aa 
u an ptpe-dream-H l« pattibie la 
UlU Ift-aulle apartmem blork In Fairfield 
To<ai caah ta*»itmrnt nf ft3t aM aad 



la Victoria U it ioeatad on a Urge valu> 
able god bMutlful lot. elate la. Tlia bauM 
U IB very good iiata of rtaalr and ibe 
llacuoM u ateady 1( you art latamted la imi 
I iha batter-eiaaa revenue banea yo« would, uie 
not be waattag yuar Uaw u make an 11111 
aapolaimani ta aee tbu Moperty. and tba 
price u right aa It mau m 1 A AAA 

ba eaU. > i OrOOO 

ANOTHER VIEW HEALTT EXCLUatVB ' 

U tbU MOBILE BUTCHER BUEINESS 
TbU la a well*wotkad*nP butiocM alth an 
iBcame (ar abate tha ordinary. The aqaip* 

Mat I* aaod aad adeduaia (or tba lucaeaa* .V*. ..een io*eiimvm at 
lul aperatiaa and tSa bgaia la modem aatuatptlaa af nortgaat vui 
aiueao. weU (uralalMO la abort bare If a puj tali pri'e «f 

Ibuolnea* and a bane airaady le movt late ^ of 

and ga u wnrt. Only tan milea tQOi;A' aLafi"**®** 

from town and prlaad at $O7O0- E*eau»ie. SiMI 

C A. Conrad ■. 4. Oupaoi RIDINOS REALTY 

VIEW REALTY LTD. ‘ 

ma Langley Strati Fbomc M 



PONUAC DE LUXE lUHl'gDO 
4*DtX)H SEDAN. H-lg aetlce. 
A wundceiui eat. in lir*i*<iBM 



PRINCESS AUTO SALES 

UMITED 

WE EUY. FINANCE. EASY TERMS 
TRADE-INS WANTED 



BEE LINE AUTO SALES LTD, 



RF BUDA MARIRI DtBSEL. ftl.gM, 
00 naade main oaartng work. ftK-gallon 
gaivanltad tank lift. ] henglba lft*fL 1 ” 
capper >1pa keel ropier, tftft, 4-bp Cwab* 
man guaoline en gine. ftM B 34M 

OC'fT CABIN~«UI8EHT~VjK:iu55T 

Z3 candttien, aleepe iwe ftl.gM E 11)1. 



t Gift A EACKARO E- SEDAN -HAUla 
I74U bcaur and accoaeorlaa WUi a«- 
eept oMer car aa trade Deigbtan'a Pamet 
Btatiun 1ft3 Caledonia avenue 

iQlc Douglas sireei>auto im- 
101 ^ auranea I* guad tnauranca well 
written ai Nawkee Fnater Ltd Plaaat aaU 
Mr Ren Worlry, S ftiet -- - - 



rubber 



STOP' LOOK! LISTEN! 
BUY NOW AND SAVE 



BUILDING ond ESTABLISHED 
GROCERY BUSINESS 

A gm. well-etiauiuiiad buunrM. u >M 
UMk. modern (uiura*. goad lltliig guar 
itra Rraaoaaoic latra A*eiai* .nan'hiy 
luraover »>Md ThU eea be «- 1 

deublcd >I3«200 

COFFEE SHOP 

Oein« etaady all day. ihia aurattive boat* 
near li turning ever im ta IM |ier day 
Receniiv redecorated new rafrlgeratar ar*d 
many mw uUa«IU and furtiUhlnpa In 
goon leeauen. wiin law rwnt p^nCA 
and Uirte-yaar icaM S/VDU 



1X1 DOE COACH Loeely car 
Heater, etc. *11 



1941 

Price 



THREE 1#41 CHEVROLET 
OE LUXE SEDANS 

HtaUra. aeat revere etc AU ta beautKul 
aaadiuos M*Day. M-M Ooaraatea. 

FULL PRICE It ggft 
Ota*ttlrd OewB. Balanee M Maalh* 



1 744 / BSDdN Low mUvata LUa 
new. ISM down, ar trade 

1 OZfl “WftCURT ' lir- 4-DOOR SEDAN 
• All the extra* Low mUeage 

ftftjftg, or trada 

Several other goad ean. Look ibata ever 
SRINO TOUR CAR IN OR CONBtONMBlfT 
Friae fUaMoahla Sail Tbam Quick 

Owntri aad Oberaton 
HOCKT BRfXlXS 
A t -*WtNN1FEO‘* CRILTOR 



DB SOTO SEDAN Sutlt-ln radio 
haaier de(ro*ter 



evening* Q gay* 



$1095 



GRAY 



10i4A CHEVROLET COUFB, 

I 7 QU candlilon Mutt 
•eea at Mooney * Body Sbee. 

Str eet. 

j 1 0*7 KAISER SFBCIAL RADIO SEAT* 
I ' 7 * 1 / er eeat cevera Sunmaatar. ie«a 
l^an J.OM mllaa iftg Uland Hifhway 



XR GOOD 
Can M 
iia Cormorant 



tX>DOB 4-DOOR SEDAN 
Radio 



EVINRUDE 
GM DIESEL 



$1050 



ORB Oiav. 104J CHEVROLET 
DS LUXB 4*IXX}R SEDAN 

gS-Oar. »g-M Ouaraatae 

Niea aeadlUen 
FULL FEICB li.MO 
i-tSird Duwb. Salaaca >4 ftftaaiba. 



1070 CHEV SOS. 

1 7*37 ally good, w 
remarkable radio. OeUy 

1938'^y™"' 

1 07X OOOOS 4-DOOR SEDAN 
1 7JO etc A aaag 



j-Ra lgft~-Oroa«nr aad auafae- 
' U aaary aiara. Ueing guartera 

k-*Na Itl-^ala aad ea((ee bar 
' Ideal laeatlaa. Law rent. 

k-Ra ltd— U-ranm cliy baial 
' Oaod revenue Law rent 
FORT ALSERN1 

|-Na. Igp— Twe Merae aad a 

‘ (our • ream bungalow Ooad 
wm aooept uade la an Uil* 
Tbtra la good value bare 

EXCLUSIVE USTXNO 
r\A— Nd. IM — Oreeery aad 
\J\J oMate Large atoru. living 
upstair* 4 raema and bath. 

M IM tn atack and approx- 
IftM# la fixtura* Very good 



$1000 
$750 

Radla 

$695 

CHEV FANIL DSLIVBr/ veal 
beam headlight* new •in'ch. 
a The mall caeaemleal m^CA 
la goad (bapa >03U 



, ^ A TTENTION. ROATBUILDERS OR CAB- 

LTD Miar*? Ta (inaace buying ■ 

boma In VMioru. tba owner la aeanlWng 
PHONE 0 1131 *sa of XanlMp*' meat pragaiiing butt- 
, neaeet. laeiudad la aa tacluilva boal rental 
auuMM U.OM vtu baadle gurthaat of 
ibl* M I M. twe-iMry factory fully 
egiilpped (er ransimntiea a( boala up ta 
M taai. cabmei aad (uralturo-maklM Tbi* 
U a wonderful oppariubttv far tba rital 
man. Far bo r ueulati . gbajm o Mtft. 

4 fartmen't Houn' or ft OR a 

taltaa witb aulW (or ewaer. Rae* 



1Q7A URARAM SEDAN. FITE GOOD 
* 70*1 tire* MW (utl pump, aarburetor 
tuning and IgtUUoa tratem. BOlftg after 

7oZ^‘** rORD“sOFEir LUSf^i 
I 7*4/ Radio, beater EiebaiM or aall, 
ftl.gM On view, Mnrgan * Turner’*. 1(M 



MEHAREY & CO., LTD, 



PRINCESS AUTO SALES 

LiMim 

•41 TATES rrxBrr pdom o laii 

Ru( door U> AUaa Tbaatr* 

Right Fbaaa. Sftail 



I ~ BOATS — 

Suwk model. 11 (t. and 31 It Span f 
lag <-nift built M order Cabin. *li 
wo. Large cnckgK Speed, aafety, remt 
Inboard Saaiv. Ig ft la fft ft 
I Eoau af Alt Typea Bum ta Order 
I Teram Amn«xd . 

Vogler Bros. Seocroft 

MHI DODOLAS VT. ■ I 



$9000 

loratlen 

property 



CHEV MASTER SEDAN, lift# uR 
Will trASe tar later madai end 
n Ufti Eagnlmalt Road after ft 



ONE ORLT. Ig4d kO 
TUDOR SEDAN 
Qmly tJM mllfA Baauii 
Reater, dafraeierk. 
BATE gftM ON THIS 
Ome-ihlrd Dawn. Salaaca 



BERNARD & CO 



pm week deya and all day Sundav 

1 070 MASTER DE LUXE CHEVROLET. 
• 7*37 Hcaur, radio. defreaUr. aeat 
eoeerx. aide mirrert. ft good tiree. plu In- 
■■rance ta September. HI Clarence. 

lOdn CHRYSLER. HEATER. RADIO. 
1 74U ipeUIgbt. evarilrlrr laa# Ueonce 
wry g ad condition Phune B ftftM 

107 0 studesaker commander' 

bevi mecbaaical oondiUan. ftgfta 



rag ulr^. 

ymCMPLXTB ORT CUARINO FLART^ 
' ' Freoa, boiler *Ham Iraa. Carle wall, 
mlacellaaron* Full arUe ftl.ftftd Eaak- 
runUT reaaoa (ar aaJe TItb week only 



VICTORIA SUPER SERVICE 
LTD. 



MO?fET TO LOAN 



Igftt FORD Da Lug* ft-Fam. Coupe ftl.lgg 
Igai FLTM ft-Faaa Dc Luae Oaupe ftl.414 
ISai FORTIAC Aarx SedaatiM ftft.lftd 

IPM ’TERRAFLANE 4-Daae Sedan ftgM 
ISM CHEV. 4-D**T Sedas ^ . MM 
The above- can. gP-Day, •#*## Ouaraaiat 

Tana*: Ome-third Owwa. Sal 11 ta M 

Moo lb* 

THEBE ARE THE BEST ALL-ROURD 
PDIARCS TBRftU OFFERED OI 
THIS emr 

M OTHER CARS TO CHOOSE FROM 
Phase Infermauaai Gladly OCreu 



ftlM Quadra. Sea ISM. CatasiM 

ptVE SUim” OOOD~RErURHI 

r Well-buUt hauAt Muxt b* laaperted 
ta be apprerlated CamfarUbla. umdarn 
nwner’k auite: 3 lalJ. aireUeni loealian 
Offera tavitad S 4413 

POR SAUuI^KkKRY'lrTOluTlg ^"x 
^ M ft I. UTing-guartan; ><4 aaree. moat- 
|y clMred; en main Uland Ri^way Mad- 
era eguipmeni Ulneaa reaaen (ar aeUirtt 
C C. Stare, FartavtUe. 8 C 1 

1 ,^ULLT SQUIFFED. OOOO WORXfEO 
plaai (ar real Bex ftfttt. calanlat 



raRTELBS iFEClAL COUPE 

bvdraulle 



liu MORRIS ’E ’ SEDAN 
ettb IWOI* 

1141 MORRIS -T' DEMONSTRATOR 
T AJv 

Igftg AUSTIN -Ig” SEDAN 

tftftg MORftUB SEDAN 

wad FONTtAC SEDAN 

Igftg FLYMOtmi SEDAN 

ital NASH AMRASSADOR SEDAN 



Dalhouilf 



bunds os hand asd immediately 
AVAILABLE FOR MORIUAOB U>AMS 
I ARUB AND SMALL AMOUNTS - LOW 
ij louraet « guiak dactsiaa* - raaennabt* 
ebartaa N R.A appIleaUaM raealvaS 

Agreementa aag Mongageu Furxbaead 
F- R SHOWN S SONS LTD 
lilt Broad Street Fbeoe o till 



brake* nand meter 
Onglnal paiat Only 



r FORD SUPER DB LUBE COUFK 
redio, heater. A 1 eeadluao. 
Fbane B glBI 



t47AA “ CONFSC- 

Uanery a tore. Tumaver, 
IftMg a month ft-mem Jlring guanar* 
Frlte laeludva itork af ft} ##0 apprai . plM 
(iitura*. • 

SCOC/\ 'DUPLEX Upper aulta rented 
at 144 pet month Vacant pp»- 
•eaaloo lowar autla T»rm* ftft.ftM caab. 
balance ftM a mMlb Taaet ftM 

1 1 7 sums tally fur* 

S I VrvVA3 nlahed to anir and ipan 
randittan Two bathmoma. Irueme klM a 
monlb, pbii a roema far awner Taaaa 
• 1» 

B N SAOPHAWB 

lltl Oovarnmeni St S egftft 

Haaideaot. EftftW 



BERNARD & CO 



Niftbt cuite.'saiM 



I WILL BUY FOR 
CASH OR SELL YOUR 
CAR FOR YOU ON 
CONSIGNMENT 



MORTGAGE INVESTORS; 
ATTENTION 



It AROS OR SMALL MORTOAOBS AVAIL- 
A.r oAlei W# buy mortgagae ang agree- 

menu FlMnctal Survey, Umitad. lift* 
I Oovtrnment Btraet , B Ifttft 



nt PANDORA AVINO^ 
Fhooe* OMft4. SUM 



BUStNESSMEH, ATI ENi ION 
ARDWARB— City kuburbaa— lew a4t 
rent— inclndiaE itocA. aaennee— AftMA 
ftOWARB City aentrv ■— Including 
ecK M.ftM| 

fEL-Pully tarelabad-heatad WacA- 



BEE LINE AUTO SALES LTD. 

OOROB RO AT OOVT ■ AMI 



AtOMTaAOB LOANS ftAM UPWARDS 
ft’ft Qeiek aamee ea sty gad aeuatry 
ares Arty rtadaoUaL cwmmerclai arid 
aarleulturai H A IbMuru Ltd B lln 

tfOKTOAOB MONET AVAUXEUft^-CURl 

ile^i M^artJrffineMrKl 

M ORTOAOB AND Hmx LOANS— COR- 
xutt rombenon Bitaia Ltd I AM 
owewrameei Ollia 



nrai Murtgaga o< ggM.gM.M, AM M M 

An ergaaiaaUoD wuk oppralaod pbyaleaJ 
aaaeu M aacea* M ftgM.AM M and a 
incaeae *( giiggMM. rngvlrM a 
M wklcA u Mbacrlbad. rapayaAle Uwaugb 
memibiy einkli>t tand ptui InierxM at 
•w . sbauM yaw wMb u aeguire any 
peaMaw *( tbla mangaft Uirgugh a Trum 
tWad ypur appUcatlaa aad lataraai am 
ipviiod. Phn infarmilixa aad laeaaugp. 



1946 MONARCH SEDAN 



e70KA *ELF-8mVB OflOCEMT. 
S.373U Tiraever ftft ggft |a gS.AM 
monthly Overhead Ha* tAan IM per 
maatb Thi* I* abcoiuulr otto of the baet 
buy* we t* Men for a long, tang time 
IFMOM can Mr Rawkeai 

EAWKHi FOSTEE, LTD. 

Ill* DtuglM Siraat. Fboae SItSI 

Cvx*.. OlUd 



CAFB-Olly otai^ ftft.AM 

OROeSRT— Oily luborban lacludlag prep- 
axiy aad UvIm guarlark Fyiaa* mac* 
tM.ldg la ftlft.gM 

oaoCBRT AND tUHFBUllUSSRW—Law 



Tbu tar u ta perfect ■aeuUUan. latorlor 
aivd gaiat ilka nea, baaior imd almaat-naa 

$1790 



EMPRESS SALES 



BUYERS' CAR MARKET 
IS HERE 

GLADWELL'S OFFER 
IMMEDIA’-E DaiVERY 



jft. iftftg 

CMgUlU 



$3500 

$1995 

$1795 

$1595 

$875 

$695 



doo^N*" *5000 

•wrERR ' no** gleirtrt Etrallent luraover. dalai 
^ ..P"” builoea* up til ftft.ftM * manth R***npaM 
ftllSAM real RW* MvlBd-nartera fM I SttmA- 
Fttll prite r*"*” **<"* NW A let of room far 

Ilk AM laftPftArWB ftftuet call beraue* ef itrkaem. 
110 *** ‘“•'■••taa te Sei ftlM. 

UA atarei, cCalonUt. 



LOUIS NELSON LTD 



IG«)7 HOLMAN SEDAN lOt LOXE>. 
170/ la food abape. Saerlllc*, ftiTi 
Igftg Eanpahir* Hood SSidg. 



CASH 

FOR 

DOMESTIC NEEDS 

When ypur demaoU* aagenmu gfio is 
alarmingty and yau rued ready cagh, 
eaou la Niagara Thoee ar* 4 kiada 
af Laaag avaUabM te you Ufa laeur- 
one* u laetuded at a* eiirp aaat. 
Thera ia natblng earugUeaiad about pa*- 
(lac money at Niagam Flnaaae ta a 
MrolghMarward. Irloadly taterviea, ftg 
gnvaw wiib a Niagara awpert. yea aaa 
gulcUy arrange a aultakl* laaa aad 
omteenleni reaaymant terxu Often 
ypu «*B aat yaur **«b within a Snp 
Term* aa long a* 34 HmUn at 



lOdO rLTMOOTR. ELACE, 1 
1740 l.gM mllM. ftft ftM All 
Mru* Phone 1 1i4t 



BUSINESS BLOCK— d-Stery. 
affleea and euitat Om* 

ERAL BtriLDIHO RBVEN 
ptle* 

New STUCCO SLOCK with t ttOTM and ft- 
room aaiu Revenue. (IM per moaib 
Rric* m.AM 

dOHN N TOW * 00 . LTD 
Iftftaft-I Itia Sroad St 



5 SPECIALS 5 

f DODGE FLUID IMUVE SEDAN. 

ExeeliMt aaasiuom. New. iSdM 
Lata af 



1 070 MERCURY PTVR.PASB SEDAN 
1 707 la (la* Map*; dnanraacei. Ill 
Prmbrnke Sttwel — * 



RANDALL'S 



after A pm 

1 OA TORD; lit f ' erpdct conditio 
I 7J4 ibrougboui Maanera Sodr 
Shop Ha- 3. O Iggft. 

IOd/1 CHEV a-boOH StD«N.~OOOb 
1 74U 410#*. lar ftAM,. Itfti SUr 

(aur-cylinder rwnp* tiftft O gkra 



$2495 
$1550 

EUFMOOILB SEDAN A *a*. 

$695 
$1195 
$695 

MASTERS MOTOR CO. LTD 

ROVER AND WnXTS 
m VIEW RTREET FIf O R E B Ifttl 



STUCCO 

APARTMENT 

BUILDING 

UP-TO-DATE AND MODERN 
LOCATION, g NUTT1 



R* Catebftft 



■gcJtuleely Wits 



COME IS TODAY FOR VOUH 

NEW CAR 



CABELDU & MAY, LTD, 



lltaKM S 1344 _ 

I N8USARCB AI^IUAL ErrATE SCSI 
aaoft Oo«d laraUaa. aapA buelitaa* 

Reaoea tar eelHag. ill Soaltb A^y Sai 
lift*. CalauUt 



nice thap* 



1313-1314 RROAO STREET 



COUFB. RADIO. REATER 
tMlad-Paam headlamp* (Ive gew 

paint |Pb. fheep. tiw O illi 

DODGE COACH-RAOtG, HEAT 
er Rerrnt overhaal. High*e< 



CNEVWOLST SEDAN 
A real buy 
FORD COtTFE. 

Nice ehap* 



Glodwell Motors Ltd 



la VM-loda Olaulcl 



>-lelaitd ww 
loiol*. Auta 
balb with 
end oilier 

■SITTS 



Oaanr, Aparunei 
bad witbaui ueii 
bu*ln*<w ventnret. 

•a puetbaoiag * 

catl^ ta at uift ofi 

J. H. WHITTOME & CO. 
LIMITED 

Ml Oavanimenl Si r&ana g aggg 



fRCX’RT • METEOR - URCOLR DEALER 
PANDORA AT QDAOfU STRSTY 
Fbaa* • till 

‘ServlM Centre lee AS Ford FrudurU'’ 



A. W. WHITE 



Oarage 



NIAGARA 

FtRANCE COMPANY UMfYED 

24 WINCH ILD6. PHONC E I 
440 FORT 



GEORGE RANDALL 



1947 CHEVROLET 
AERO SEDAN 

Lew mUeeg*. galnied Si a beauiltal ftww- 
toeu ua Uadargeat 



WILSONS For VALUE 



I. Solid brtcA aaaatraettai 
a Raird* ta Hudenn'i Sey Ster* 

I 1 aue Halt*. 

ft. Alf-eendtUaned auiameUe etekar 
ft. Netuof agge a* ftlM gar mastb. 

I- Quieb gaeaaafttan i* ewsen mute 
t. AH ewaer-i tanuture laoluded ta grta 
A SoAT Ybrsw; taU price ef aslr 
fttljAM 

OEMAWORI«y * TOORR REAIiTT 
IIT Ceatml StAg. O Mai 

n gikx B*E ftar Mr. Igamelft 
ErenfaM- Sttagui IlM 



HOMESTEAD AUTO 
SALES 



$2350 



$1695 



71 SXCHANUK RE^L BiTATI 



ANNUAL TURNOVER 
$62,000 

Excaptioooi Opportunity 



BROUGHTON ST 
AUTO SALES 

Tift BSOOCtRTOR NY 



WANTED— BUNG ALOWS 
RpOft^ HOUSE or HOTEL - » (ntly. 

••• •ftfftdu. eoe* la: (• 
** *** AauaxweepiaE ruomg e«u,npad eiCS 
ait'Yvu. dMbee. etc : Ift iiieaiiu ream* 1 
fpuma (M ewaer kS reemg eupgtMd e*is 
Sbm Set pealli per meatl^ MMJI-- 
!S7am“ AKW e*iH 

s— -«^Ti-S5sr 

ahd 

RW ETUOOO EUXR.WfTH ft UTOREi 
dewe and a meder w 3-eaom turn -p 

***T?y» ftlftSl wS 

aaaoMer bwagelew m c, gn.ngg ^ 



BARGAINS TODAY 



SuUdlM I 
Fwet** Lad 



HUDftKftR rOUNTRT 

CLUB BSDAN. a baaaty 

RAMI BRDAR. 

RadU. haater. *4e. 

DODOS 

SEDAN 

FORD ft-FAM COUFK 
tag ef atpewerlae 
FCNtTlAC 



$1125 

$1250 

$950 

$2075 

$2095 

$1795 



OLO-HrrABUSnK> OROCERV and 

buuber bamnaa*. Owaar reUnaE, affara 

tbu buxinam at aamflea price Ter lat- 
medieta aale AX Mere luturfg which Ar« 
numereut gad teiieary ear. iftftSg alua 
eiaxk ai (sew** mparex M.ggg(. Four- 



luw letAi pGrx’tpa* cum Mentbty ga; 
i eagyvnUnUy made ig MalMM an 



WILSON MOTORS LTD 

"* Tmw C Seereta Oauler 
VATW AT QUADRA B 



B C. USED CAR SERVICE 
943 YATES ST. 

^pftt Fh*M 8 uta 

Cu ag mi x et aw Cha r ged IR. M* Mw# 

NO SALE. NO CRASOE FOR UE I TN Q 

1341 FLYMOUTH COUPS (TTpSftl. 

1AM RASH COAOB (TfUdA). 

Om TbM Free StmM ft# kCaka Taw Buy 



ALEXG. HILL & CO, 



CAUSEWAY SERVICE AND 
GARAGE 



HAWKES FOSTER, LTD 

ttu oouoLSb NY man six 



W AtTOMOBtUCS AND TBLXKl 



COMPARE THE PRICE 



ASD OROCRRI. STUCCO APARTMENT 

IN NBAVILT porUUfm) '5? ftMf-dPPtaiaed eufttm la atm aaaSft- 
rn aQUIFMENT m JVWT p wAW ry^ ruti 

aS aleeiM awd agaiMta •( BKaag yearly and a *-roamad aMf-waa- 



• 12 WHARF ST. 



lA.ftgft per 
•ar Maw 

$3500 



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U»T1N<;8 CANCI.LKU 



UOLbUl »OB SAtE 



UllTIKO* W4NTCD 



UiYiRAi cusirn wmi all cam dituct* 
n «sai b*Mrtrt u tA Aft ^ I • r1 C I O I / Z A 



jomiWTon A CD., ltd i 

• UU Br^AA Bum* 



wni vkAJt 



^1 HIGH FAIRFIELD 

», 1 WAUUNO OnrTAKCS 

^ r,urM - 

vaiUm* — •♦nlA* MM A mj »SiAli 

rr«*n. cAuriAMM |vAm» to tAkA <ata Af fAruculAikr *»U 
”*^*** MUU At aU IU*t triMA AAWnAU. Ibu 

flAAM CaU • TMl AlACAA bun(%l«« to U ApAl-AAA 

W »fB* a..,i_ M i»«»*~..i ca ABA aaaaUu At tArAMih (mK. 

rtwi MALTt CO LTD aUricUif L f( »Hh fP aaa buUi-tAA. 

•M PAAihtnAA BIAA 't«o bAdrAAMf. «.pcv Pra»rM« AAU>r«<iAl. 

vtll AfiAAfAO kiicf.<>n. UlAd tonk. pMAijr 
■ “ ■ - At CUpVAMd* AAd (tUtlAf fpACC *ftB<h 

W I_,_ ^ nm tJAArt thrAUf^t AAA B»#tAJ TwIUB 

ABTSD-LUTINUB Of fUCUi ABO AiUM* fAji Aaa»am«’ sAf a|»A(« aa 4 bAt- 
OfA-rAAM bUBIAlAWI AUa AWAr Ail (A1BAC4 OA A bOUifVArdAA MrAft M 
BAMM BufAfA WAl(>Af. LMI. fAUf BaA* U'-* tlOAklABil AVf dUtflCt TbM BOB I At 
AA4 BM fAkcfe fAAAlU AA UW BAlAAt lABg At ibc eOOCH 

B B CAormo (UfAiK «w7^U 

m BMbArtAA BMC 

GOOD BUYING 

WABTM fOUB-HOOU BUBUALOW >• *-(00A). M04*rn. tlwicA buncalAA Ia 

TT auAm ••MilA All CM «HA 1 m 1 Acra* roiMlUAB. *UA Mabv Added ffA< 

AC lAAd^AA u> M«U tar CUABI CaU MX 1"“;, •« *•* “‘■•a «»• 

OMvn. 6 «aac Avmlnca ar aIIu* BflU AC ^ H?** ®»AAtM tr«m A<n'-e! 

^ A Otmm lUaltr BM OwBab Bt •hAtpinc Ctoirtet BBtrmBCA to cterM* 

— — . — — ^ _ . I — Inc il*lnc*roABi *lUi firiAlAae CiaLOR' 

r«AMi pMAUtui torcA hitihan •■rrd far 
raftce and . caa A.pad tn Aiaa, Utod alok. 

WANTED FOR CA^H CLIENT *•»!« aaC >eu At mAbAarda. t«D* 
▼▼rtt'ciLL/ rwr\ v.pvjn \.uicrNi c»*dtt»«i tMdioo** and f*rA. 



^i"^nMi'*o^.d»'tl'“£.rrS7fr di.'-' ,7^ '“.Ad"'.!.!?:? M«Sl 

> I r /\ iVarttian bl.nda eo*a ccifinfi. aak tloara 

A L j \J and nrden tpat' Thia tio«» «aa bvlli in 

C . I IMl and to In Maatitui cOAdulon. cad 

«• lAAM bAr>ca1>»« ^Id yaara nW. Aiib awnar U anstmi (a a«U tar # i cr\r\ 
ria tllvlBATAAM <iAk Bay ar falrtlald. buainrM maoM. friat aakad^ I UrDUU 



braaa hainraAto. fuU bAcamtit «iiB tin* 



HQl’BLfl rOB iALB 



RANDALL'S 



OAK BAY 

Baer WiudaAt Bma and boaclt. %a 
bavr a dar.d) aiS'iAAM atbac# kun* 
•AlA« u kfAMUtiU aarMlltAB. Tba 
rooAu ar« cuaBtiOBAily tarcc. 
vary aaU planttM a becM oaa atl* 
daa aaaa an tba'markat laday PeU 
bAMPiant litfna’v drfvA*ia car*C*- 
a;.d ATI a oma Aaaa lot I&ruutad 
and U«r«44 taat. Wt rAraatnaiiB 

itr,:;*^ $11,250 

OAK BAY 

Lorated an biati rarnaf Mt «itb 
aoulbarn aifalAr* and aavlb ot 
tba AVtftUt dlLlfA MAII-fetirfA* 
lav Al au rwAAM. and i*a vMtalrA 
partly nclaluid Kiea Uvlnc and 
dlnj'iC'raeni. laundry roan all ib# 
kUenaa. UU baibraum tvo b*d- 
rocRA Aiid tnicAuac ball ao baib 
tloar ClAAc (0 tibobl bua and 
abdppuii centra, aae luu« kiack iA 
tb» beach. Taur laapeetlen to In* 

;r. $9750 

FAIRFIELD 

J«At three Warka trew the eat and 
twar tba arbi’al la tbu k*r<»r>iii bun* 
|aia«. caav at anv boau eotud be 
AUd to apbiiraa roAdiUan There to 
A luU hifh AAMBieia and turnacc. 

•pSa'"- $6300 



l« HOL'tiCii rOB KALB 

PEMBERTON, HOLMES 

Real Voliies Since 1887 



IIOL'SBS rOB 8ALB 



THE BC LAND 



4 IFTi -i IL-St A».ts4,T. LTD- 

tOeac M Teart M Haal IttAW) 



HOC^ POB BAJLB 

KEFL& STEPHENSON 
LIMITED 



QIi|r Batlg (Colontst Fibr*ary s, im 17 



■Ort>C8 FOB BALE 



DOl bFfi rOB 8ALB 



COUNTRY ESTATE THE HOME YOU WANT 

9 MILES OUT IVlidhltdUi Altuated A« Map ixaund «fib AT THE PR*CE YOU WANT 

CAUrDUBla-eryUt BCBUALOW ^ «u«t at 0>yinpica Abuut 1 rUm m> . 

«ib BcMB 5Sl“3iiJ^ t «fl JUST REDUCED— VACANT 

iWUb I raaMA aUlity taaM aateR Ov* ifp* Put baa Peeti mada aver , 

n^vCMB ettb OMA ^aplaaa. > BID- J****y.*fi* I *b*» M a ba/Mib. « vaij 

,ll3ota. A-pee hAlbraaiA. DMita Mar- »t^Oll*B*»M BHIBOLft 

vuMuf vtev Al lake and Buur.iataa One 2n^*«f*hMV « **«»• 

arrv tandacapad. ratkaOra. atBay bnlha aa« JJ** able^ri at uuoaalaa. Itba 

labtuht Buiaau at land IdaaJ^ auttad ia raaiad lar itu <19 *hOO padraaMt aaA a fdU 

ipeultry raUlud' CblrkAo bataea R^QCft i mm»oi baae»«ai aub h»»- 

,AAd aapatata laradv frtae ^/7^Ui n*cc. Lidbl fiaara *tui ta* 

AB nr-LOUVI UBTJBO SUPERIOR BUNGALOW SS^ratid ‘TKiS'ri-r*- m 



BROWN BROS. LIMITED Fingnce Corporotion 



and aapatata laradv frtae 7^1/ 

AB Br-LOUVI LOmBO 
OaB dark CbcatMB. • dtn BvrRtnfa 

SPECIAL! SPECIAL! 

, fOVL BAT BO AO 

$7000 

Ant Uri* rtxinu AUraciita ball Aitb ' 
frer.rh door* ta apaelaA* li*tn« -to«ai «;th : 
nrcpiatr ciMti aur diotne-ruoB. aak ' 



•taoa Ad a U- 



jr° raatd«nie aiuawd w dean* 

lean ^v ^ uooaalaa. Itba 

I 9 padraaMt aad a fdU 

a..«;w MMiai hM»«ai aua htr- 
nace. Lidbi fiaora vtui w* 
rWAJ tartar laat pauited and ta> 

•wv* Arc* rated Tutaa tpara* pM 

Thto atuaeuea UiUa 
cua«t*«M , aHUfttad cMaa ta Paacb ataraa 



iCatd llia> 

im BLAXaBAMD BT PMONB AIIU-«' 
Mnabm aC Beal BHau Boa.rd at Viftahi ! 

AN INVITATION TO ' 
HAPPINESS 1 



Tc liaa in a amr. VARtA'tAMa Bam Ibal a f’r>* b 



I ROCKLAND AVENUE 

: SPACIOUS 

, FULLY MODERN 

U you ara kuUAd for a ukl TKB IBa« 
8v«;ate n.’ sr *od raurt Ute MBf dutrUi. 
[then At .BiiU tou to trunarv iba b<UM 
a* arc anat.r.e ai a *a.'rl(iie nrUe Truir 
a f’r>* b •»-* luiated |ci a futIv-laDtavAd 



to attracUTv. acI. buiU and ItaaPM tnn dtrtr.f^ 'ih* rt i:;t . p tv! 2 j»;iae* nt* ipai* 
U a Aundertal caninPctMo M Aoe a bappi* ra<.tnto Ipiraiur and TbrAUdh haU aiiB 
■eia aad tba bapplaaaa aI Iba Bbaia futoi.r bardaot-d fMAn Spuootu livin(*taAm AitB 
T^;a de.idbttui aem -B.rtdaliMe attera yau ebaarv (lira, are baidvaad rtaor aaa viav 
tAR that five evarwaa and atuaettva PindoA, ftetian da«ra la dlnina*rAAH. 
raoBto doAA. all rltb bardwoAd (lAura. ' Alilcb haa banlAAivi 



I for a ruRipu* iomb. 0ll*0-Ma(lc boi-ait , duiec taie m 

itumare Xivrythlnt n li )tu: like are 

rbrparau taraaa BuncaioA Dartiruiarlv CCDKJVAtnor 



ec9CA and a ca&fealed tiaitAay ia l*u an* turn^iury The kiupan 
hniabad faoait a* Prubt baaaatari imsMtuUie Aitb>Aiany 



IBrparau garaca BungaioA partiruiarly I 
,*p.l PuUt or preaar ataurlato Oak Bay 

ijjja - .h. X.,.„ ji4 3oo' 



FERNWOOO 
HIGH LOCATION 



$10,500 



STADACONA PARK 



Thu heme la dtUabifal A 
Ohl*6TOIlY reaJdanre .an* 
ttoii'ig at an eniraore ball, 
livint ' roam atth lirepiaie, 



la/dt. kllUiCB AUb MM At aatUBei.Wc oOer a arU-PulIt aad Bhtohvd Pea ,1^1? 

taffctr ffrve Aka badreoiu ai.d Path ua ttucea Paacaiaa ef a raamt Ita* vrj ; *n.u 

i » A tumaae EXCCLLMT goad appearanrv aiib aida tram Uvin«- 

OlPTIUtn Ul 19 a log. Taaaa H>. iraam la ouite large fu:i Paarmem am. 7i3. "‘^rLT; 

- Uba and avDawto aeraev BVira.Ura* g*raf« uoAet Hear 

fteaaa ColTVlalal McLaob tot alUi a tea truJi Uaet** attrarufa aUh 

o«« l*n« _ _ "" _ $9450 



arga livlDaTaam <mk Bay ar fairtleld. 
flAAM fberw Mr Day 

LEACH & SPARKS 



Wt hava kuyera tar evary typa al prap* 



iraani I* vuite large full 
lUka. aad arparuu garaa 
|toi alth a tea trult Ireat 
if naa 

fltaM ark tar Mr C B. 



hniabad faaait a* Prubi bMotori imsMtuUie aitb>aiaay tioe ruppatida Kg 
a Mtclv latdrti BtaMI vlin traeahetue tit tii.k ta auii the lady a toait ptug*ina 
aviary and aevvral fruit trave lltu haaoe ffr ctpcir'rol fiatu/ea aad tuUy airtd ler 
to In oplondld aandittaa and ta deArti^ii elerine rangy rvauulul atativr Pedraom 
aarth ateind #1A CAA *"** ample rleoe^ tpai* and large eeuugh 

ackiag pn«a 3 I U/QvU aec^modaia .tatn kedri.4om tuite Cheery 

^ .. iteeand Padream ai.d (jouilett tvBbreka 

ftoaaa o*k tor Mr. Boaad aaiaroam aitb the bati at flatuiaa Tha 

brtraivBi to III UBMM aith the rv»i 
HAlf RAY *! '*^®**- ^fUhl and amrileaaly 

UAr>. OAT rleai, at«h high leilini and drivt-lo 

tVlT A PHONF? #•'**• drairah.B rpaidet.<e ta haatrd 

UUI A rnUINC. ]5y auMrattua all ham. Tbt tat to «an- 

Bere to a ebanoa ta uat II (a viw ad* 

vaiuoc* flv«*reeia oeaU-kuaceloa Tau ••'rPu* atM nee tegetahie gardeti »a 
badraame dawn and #aa ap^akiaai kli* *1 k“* .*u. 

rhMtk vitK MABbk dlJbtfkA RiM tihlnw.ffaebat It U <h#l huM# 



rWAM ftU f«r Mr. 

OAK BAY 
GOT A PHONE? 

Here to a ebanoa ta uat il ta viw ad* 
vaiuod* flve.reoa teaU*kuadek)« Tao 
badraame dawn and #aa ap Cabiaat kli* 



OILM>*MATIC ROT-WATBR WBATIBO 

Money woe na obioci' whan tbto aeml*! 
bunealaw wae built, balore Um war Miu* 
aied la ibit choice lacauaa. an a pa«ad 
eirae* ad)ointota ihe Uplaade lU-*nri<s 
aanriniduan. Baceaiwaal apn'in'rr:'''! 
aura oe the moat aap*aoive bar.^a:. 
tioore ae hava even all<bardaoad wir.;lca; 
framoe dn/.ra and aeah tiled balhraam.: 



*'J' }!^T* J*' *• OlJ* 0 *Mat.t bat-water heating and e«aer.*-i 

•ato da not taU la Hat It wllh jabna*ManvUla rwat Tbrnwgh-hall 

. plan, niee ala* llvtae-roam with titealace. 

J. H. WHITTOME & CO. '"f*' duung-raam The kliehea ha* ac*] 

, ipeniiva Inlaid liaa. tito «lnk. wirad _far| 

LIMITED 



rania and adjoimoc taandry room Twn 
good tired badraoma ai> main flonr Plenty 
Af euphatrd epare CPncealed etakwby to 



main flonr flenlyl 
:*aled eta>rwby ia| 



g| Tear* bfurunea ta daiai d Itoal Colau onotht. bedr/om bnd rhHd'a inum and' 

titra ttaraga apart A very nke large tot' 
.f.— alth ee.-epuanal prtvoce Large eeparata 

n HOCBrVfOR BALE 

......... ....... J I 5^QQ0 



$ 1 5,000 



MARA, BATE 8. CO. LTD, Rithet Consolidated, Ltd. 



Bervtng Vto'aria Binct IMJ 



REVENUE 

I Buttea <1 dawn i up. Central la* 
aatMA, aaUi>4 rfiatan>w to centre af 
loan Monthly taevmo #*yCAr\ 

glUN S/3UU 

bob roe Mr. Bopa ar Ur Metbeaooaj 



Membar Real Betaia Board ad Vktorla ' 
HIT WRAIlf mVKBT PBOBB Q ITtg 
Btening* 

Ur Batcher O IMt * Mr Cuaiaace 1 1V» 
Mr. Lavm, Otig] ! 



OAK BAY 



$6950— NEW HOME 

a ROOUB AND NOOK 
COMfLCTKD W N DAYS 



On tha hue Uae aaur Monterey •ebaal . ■-rei. *u u n*va 

and IWT. bkvfee from aatarXzani A COMfLfTKD M» N DAYB 

wvl|.enn H rurtad hat-air h ea ted tag- ^ boi-air piped lurnare ' 

'drlye-ln gartaa Oak In LB Bluefu Bn-'*" 

til. {luhen msd i^rn'i.pla?; [1^ 

Pambraba bathmaai Oak naara tn ‘il* .J* 

aniranca ha.i and Hvine-mom falli**^^ coth. balance ta eult at In Juti 
atawnt bataoMut wiUi laundry tuha * dapoalt. balance if dawn pay^nt' 
and luinare Thto hama to id aarelleni *ben completa ailuatad in elty. Kleh 
aaivdiuan. haa rapper pimng and aaa ^edra area. I 

bom ander NBA eaccifl* wrk*/\/\i 



QUADRA DISTRICT 

Niae lacaltan. torga IM baady W 
Khoul and bui Itntnediate po««e«* 
oton caa be givan tu tbla neme. 
There art 3 kedtoaau. Heu.a*tuum, 
diBing-raom, kiirhan, fu i beat* 
aunt, (urntce garu* in oatecaeDi. 
Newly daroraied throaghau' Kit- 
cbeu ran«a inriuded e c^cn 
frire 54/jU 

2 LARGE GARDEN LOTS 

Tbla au-room bama to ana of U>a 
alder lyae but bu every rumlnri 
and idoai fat (oatily leiiutru.e i 
bedroom, Kaar higtt arhieit Caa 
be purHiated with rraeunable doan 
peyaebl and balance oe eceyrn 
rant, full pr;r, 

GORGE 

HOT WATER HEAT 

Are you raiiruigf Thit to juii tha 
tiome for many veara ai earotort- 
able tivioa feu' beauiilullr neca* 
r«’eU and epaciaua rooma wiia »a 
alepa (a climi Hm aaier heeled. 
Oac flaora fembrnkc bathraam 
ftrrplorr Oaad grnunde and laa 
taati far g.iirk <7‘7AA 

tala redored to )r /\J\J 

BARGAIN 
COUNTRY HOME 

Oat orre aiih lau at Iruli Nicaly 
teciudad lacation. luur mllu iraa 
eiir faur-rocuA bungalow, oaad 
waiar euppiv by aWirie pump 
City ligbi Tbit home la a very 
tnmforukle one. Kii'beo. living* 
raum. two Pedroome. mndern Path* 
fWffK and fur r ra aam.ttailan there 
ti a car Inrludril AH Voti ,ei|i<l>v 
to yaut aoitcaw. bacauaa lae houM 
It tolly lurnlobed o 4 CAA 

fnee coob 543UU 



jDO YOU KNOW SOMEONE— I $1000 DOWN 

iWho aaau a MwJy raw faut*raua aiaeta'Clty. claoa ta Liviag-raam. dUHnj-roam. I 
>urigaMw IA a goM laeauen? VACANT, tao Pedroome and bath lu bou 

Ready to move Tma Nka Breplaee oak "tm* fart«« Oordea gad moauuy. 
.linar. modera kitchea wiia diniag apace. Oldai hauu. f jOAA* 

(our*Were baihroam. Pull baeamaoi. drive* fall pnea 54^UU 

,in garage HA piped (urnaca, e^ACA 

■ fall price ooll Ip i Y ^/w e*ea a a biiii 

NEAR BEACON HILL PARK 



GORGE _ SPECIAL VALUE : * $ 1 1 ,000 

paacy. fnrad Id oeQ $705U BXCUfBIVB AOBKT8 

aok lav Me Iratn | COLQUITZ AVE. 

FAIRFIELD I Mr and Met Home Buyer! Tbu tiM rf*l> 

^ ^ 'denre and prnpeny i» baiug affored far 

Madem flve-raom itucea. pJua ana llnuhtd immedieia tale ripaoa aaie tbeid dataiia’ 
ai.g one partly ftnubrd runca la boarmriit tigm eaare old aiutro CarrCuHy ptonnadl 
Through blit, bardwaod flMra riaae to Well ronairdnod al tea>.>ned. Itnlohad 

latbraM end UBiupnrtattMi luvat al bmmU) lumber Compruinf Urge itvitig-rnom. 

tOiI ''** <QO>nD •tiraeiivt iireplai*. } lull Iwdrieoau with 

■PU.JWU o«ner aetin« i07jU Rned eedar claeeit 4*plere PemPreke baih; 



Pleaee Call Vialel Mr|.e*g 
tverilnn. O egdT 



ANOTHER HANDYMAN'S 
SPECIAL* 

DRAKE ATILBST. BS^UMALT 
IMUEDIATt POMSUlOK 



TNto to a epectal buy A 

BTt'CCO NUNOALOW butli 
by a eonlrurior tar hiraaeU, 

' am} to af vary oaund con* 
atrurtiaa tua Hving-room. 
dintAf-raom. kllchen. twa 
bedf'Mina and (our * plera 
, baihroam. Cement taeement 
' in ih.i heo^ and ilJe vinb 



I the whale bauoa to ta Immacutau aoMti- 
, Man. Claea ta aturco. acbnal and trant- 
pariaitan and immadtau arm* mA‘>CA 
I paacy. fnrad la tea B7J9U 

flaaav aek (ay Mr Irwtn 



fAlRftn4> duuici Oaad baulevarded m kiichm Separai# garage 
eireei Eairaore aad through boll. Hviog- ‘ Attrartlv* garden. Teeaeldl. ex.7nn 
irnoB dminc-raam. den. klubm unttaire ‘ Lot dd by Idd. frke 90JUU 

|lht»e good badraame and baiii Puli uaie- ' 

meni ana furnace. No garage H<.uie to /«/ni ia ly-nvy Iii-xair t Atiriv, 

IA tpoiie,, rAOdiilan Ituidc aad w' 7 caa COUNTRY HOME — ^ LOVELY 

aul. , Borne lenra Prke 5/OUU kcir iA, 



Owner aekitid 



Rned eedar Oaeett 4*piere fenbrake baih: 
large cabinet kitchen wired lor elaruta 



Plyaoe a*k far Mr Herne 
I lEeenlng*. BggdSi Here la an aiw.ciivc. modern 

H* I bungaloa atanding an TWO 

OAK BAY-EXCLUSIVE S 

? _J”‘" Bliaaied IB the bail part al Oa' Ray lh*e ' roneenleneoe In 

$3500 •P*«'n0‘ eemi-bungalow to oaeludad acauni | layyly rmintiy eelting. Cmiy 

««r«rvv the oak, a l-Mbmom bame. i d««n f** yeare old. and haa flea 



VIEW 



for faftirygri. ^nwii Cheemaa , g-pjere bathraam UeUwI>nom with (urnare citv Ufbt dn* 

^ ideanindti ■ 4gy] trail' with moaone Braplore ropiily* paler lorludcd to properti 

eite dlalod-roaae tuaroom dm with fire* u ooe*rooai caliodv w 1 1 e 
place, large racepiiao ball aad fuUv- ligM and uater (oiiaariwna 
A. . madem mbloet glirhea full blab baav Ahemt awner Initrucu H 

ALBERT HEAD aith Oil-O-Maue bmi lavaicry. eell el a BAROAm prlae 

cmTAOl AND WATERPHONT !«V‘ “rc"ullr'‘‘drl^:.v ^^“yl^DUCro 

Nearly iw. acre, wai.rtroot with a 



Pteom oak lar Mr. Batu. Bva. O gjgi ,m Pu; 7^4 ^ 

_ .maw* dinette M>gh cemeri baermant. fall? 

I HIGH GORGE BRAND ‘ y"** Uunary.roam with irate Hat*air 

I * 'fumair Drtve*ln geraft Tile ptoperiy to 

KIFW AND ^PARkl IK}(^ 'ggaltl mmpleie with ehrube aad bufho. 



J large tote Oi>e let hoe a )*ra«a hauat ' DA\/ cvp*i i irii/p 

a’.irb can he eaaily added ta ahicb aauld UAA DAT EaLLUSIVE 

jA‘^ ,#K«.edlh the bael port aio.' Ray 



I NEW AND SPARKLING 5L?*** rnmpleie with ehruha apd bufba. 

♦ vtvv r\iwh/ jr/-ir>fNtoM^»J Pmn' and bare lawn, Oaod vegeuaie ear* 

A hwuoc that to differaai. Mardwued ftwoea ?!•* J^**'^* fWia 

UuaoiSauOiyiBd’raom. anuanm hall aad j?. * JdOH 



tTA b^raome QuaUir Una in targe Kitchen BLOCK PKdJM TUB BAT WI. 

Ti*ree*pia..« fambrakt Bathraam. UflUty fRlClD 

raom off kiirben with laundry t<ihe Pail R*flHT TERMS AVAILABLS BOCAO 
remrnt biiemeni, drtve*ia garage. ropper'fVLL PRICE 
piling bcK air piped (uruere. Bumpu*' BXCt trSTVK UBTINO 



Wllh cvanecUng Ftmprake bathraam. and i roame and remeni booement 



roam Uvtar*>c.am with (urnatv city 
Sraplace family* pater lorludcd ti 
am dm with fire* u one*fooni calii 



ALBERT HEAD 

rOTTAOl AND WATERPHONT 



With (urnare city Ufbt *»b 

t aler Included to property 
ooe*fooni catiogv w 1 1 n 
hgbi and uater (onaariwna 
Ahemt awner Initrucu ta 



raam roughed in Betra plnmUad tn be»e> 

eneoi Tbto to an actrocUvi ani wcU*buili 



fieaie rail Mr MrOilliyrof 
|home an a nUa guiei etraei rince la eehawll Bvaninga B 1191 

.and lran«purtaUan Immodtate oecupanry , 

'Rrpii™- $8950 SOUTH OF OAK BAY AVE. 

$7250i^'**'** *** ^ Waadley. Si«e Bgg«4 Reli-bulU g-rwom buagala* on guivt tirtag 

clOM la private echaole arid Pue Thrnurt 
I A I ITTl C RC Al (TV Large* brlabl U»ln|*fmem alih fira* 

HOME I ALII ILtbtAUI I 'plara teimnfrdom Wall-plannad aabusta 

L..^ Ui mi. h.rwM. I.. fc«. kllchao uuh Ida elnk and iJa Hoar. Tww 

iK.«a lucatiM ta otty. bccwtaa l«a good bue eery hire badraewt with ciaceu Paoi-Maca 
|y’^ri?5 ■(»»>- wn? .wr old. ^Hu ^Mvpa OU;pMibrabe bathioam wiih iiia llpar. tjfuur 



jtCNini rntu|e and a baeemtni altrady can* tha claaett inenariioa n ail delali* Ee- 
.Mrurtrd. ou(-oi*wwa owner C07CA ''“*!»• HeUhg Fbr futiber lafarmauan. 
haa reduead priro ta «a/Dv h«daa call Mr W O. Cameron 



FAIRFIELD — NEW HOME 



Plcaac Att far Mr RaU 

HOMES WITH REVENUE 

1 XM TTTTMfiTT 



bSI OOVCRNUCNT rmXBT 0 41 

Uemaar Real B*iau Board of Vtelaru 



lAll a« DOCBUr LOTB ta aery nice taca* HAULTAIN— 4 ROOM^ AMPl !"“*• hot-air piped 

jUai.e Barb boa eaK-cootained arcommo- l\LA.;fVta AiNU funmea and garaca under, 

daltbiia ihowing goed reiurat Three are NOOK HOT.WATFR HFAT,^“****^ eehani# 

rvaeonobiy pnred\t gi gggLgg ggg_|y agg ''">-A-ri\ nv I vv/M ci\ ntAI 'egd trunaparutlnn- fur- 



Thto borne to NBW atwrea 
. bungalow buDt for pieeent 
oetlg nwaere. Plae rouma thcludg 
I large Uving • mom dining* 
laria raom. big kedraaou coMnei 
kitchen end (aur-ptere beta* 

roqn Kao throufb bail. too. 

and hardwaad naara Puli 
'ramrot bimBmi m tnit 



A LITTLE BEAUTY 



I?a driva*ln aaraga Hai*a.r (urnaaa C«p^ 

nwra twa badraaeu. tarpe, bright and pipin g L«n i, Tla>D Thto home i* wnA 
*'”?**’*• h*'*!®® W*N9TTtD<,TrD. woe bulll lor^ltoe awner! 

gat. wacMl and coal langc IftlUtv raam pthe hoe inetruciad ue w oaK awina ta 
with Bandu availabit U datirad Match- change of p^ie ^ . 1 

tad gatt«a Cwncat waika opd dttvdwoia. t b b m b PHtn SI0.500 

A miior than average hiMne with taelani iwrcrww i-kittw v- -,N/vr 



Bum wider N n A epcciA 

tatlaoj Toaac ggf Price 



$8400 



Aok for Ur. Harrlngioe 

OFF OAK BAY AVENUE 

Pamij home Bie rooma Very goad 
oak flnore bat*waier baalino (Uar- 



, QUADRA— $10,950 j 

Bight roamo. 1 bathrwome Off bat*waler I 
|h«ai Pill) baoemetit. Ouaet hnuee, large I 
ihama or dupiea paMlbilitioa Tarma ta' 
•HU. 



$ 65 oo »io, 9 oo-lake hill area 

Aek for Mr Mope SEA VIEW 

SU mome J bedroome Oil alr.cpndiitaned 

KK BAY — SOUTH ■’*“* > « « y»*« '•♦-•eta im 

Among new harnre t4 (t L R through 
Btaero buDgal'm Plae large ewnu hall plan. AUa uulllv roam off klirhan 
aak flaora Baermani KOKAA PwaacMian ana week Baey tamu Tbu to 

^rnaec and garage A79UU tba heel ealue in VIetaria. we think 



OAK BAY— SOUTH 



SMALL APARTMENT 

Df fwp tbrer-rnem euiie* and ein* 
gle room liuiro flnUh. Baeement 
arid furnace fibawint good re- 
lume far an tnveetcpenl menrtA 
•a email Price )3UUU 

WALKING DISTANCE 

glOP and three raooie far owner 
(ram (hie rrerrue pradurrr The 
home end pmocny to in emreUriu 
rondiiion With gulck pMteMlon 
of owtvrr'e euitt EZOKA 

Prlre. (urniehad ^OYDv 

Brrniflgi 

0 1134 OgPlb Eg4lg B J)4I 



for lun inlarmattan eonuet 

Rrg Caerlton (Bmpira 9494' Daytima 
or Bveningt 



I HIGH QUADRA 

I IMMBDIATK POMEBBION 

I Ownrr Uavtng far tbr feet 

'Brigtit. epariotta bungalow a( (iva*plua 
'rooma. Thniimh baU. min.ToBM. open 
flrapieoc. dleing-riMim, two Mdtoamt ]• 



I OB POR ALL TOOB 
INSVfUWCB NBEOB 



flTJU BABEMKNT cbeear may oeeum* NRJt. 

morluaga af g4.geo at 4S'V E07C/T 
f 0 arV\— Becepiioouily wall-b«U)i Inou* POLL PRJCB «7/9U 

-BO^wV./ laiod bame. rioaa to erhoau 

eioice end traneporiailaB Large front i .n na poR ALL TODB 

raom with mapla (toare and atirarUve tur- ' ZlJ!. 

pUei, two Mod-otee hmmami: cabinet' INBIRAWCB NBEOB 

kitriien, wirod (ar M*«trle etave aad targe' 
dinatu epecc 4*pirca baibranm. fVLL 

BAUXMEh-T with camee roam. HOT* I^FR A. L 

WATER ItXATlHO UNIT end garigt t 

Largr cliy tot laid out In lawne. hMiee CTPPMPKi^OKJ n 
,ar.d garden Kiddloe playground al roar ^ * Cr nciNj\_;i^ Q 
R«Monabie taie< IkfMrolATl P08RES* ...... 

BION. Por appalnunaat ta view pleaee Member Reel Bauie Beerd al Vuuwla 



a»pea> A largg naiuralto laaderepad lot. 

^ wkA *-w«x.d J3600 

Terme — Sgrluaiaa Ueting i 

floaee aek (ar Mr. BetU. Bvae O I3U I 



Clarke - Evenlnga. B liM 



NEW AND ATTRACTIVE m pobt bthekt 



Finance Corporation 
(Lovott) Ltd. 



iiueu bungalow. Durold raef 



t ioird and ready lar immadieta aacupancy 
lylng-rawm with flraploea. twa bedroom* 
iRrifbi k.icben Uttliiv roam faur-P'Ote 
' Prmbrake bath CoKhcr Mhlng Oaad amt i 
iNke dtoirtct 14.109 will carry 



PbU pnea $6500 ; 

Ptoaee a*k lor Ur. Waodlay. Bvee BMH 



r *'■* kitchen, llle aing. r«H Mr THOBHEIDE O im Bverang 



1 fOBT BTHEBT PHDNB O t19t 

Mvinber Real Betate Boeid ef Vtotarla 



LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH 



Cexceoled eiairwar ta ona lerga room up 
Puli remeni baeenmi. H A (urnare. 

Orive*in gaiege and amall graannatue. Let ca *nr* 

99 I 90 Taiee 911. KKOAA HIGH SAANICH AREA 

Prica, with tarma «OJUU <7000 

Call Mr Markmola, tTonince. B 9991 _ 

Rea*anabic Offer Caneidrrad 

tOXLT POR BPACIOUa. COMfORTABLS 

Pen^ Lc rtOn^ Holmes, Ltd. Bac<piiwnally wel>*bailt •tJUig hwmt wiut 



lOIDce BSt9l> 



•at OOVEHNMKNT 



fKO.VB O 1131 



Aak (09 Mr Hop# or Ur Mathrwam 
Bvrntnge O M99 

WILLOWS AREA 

NEW 6-ROOM BUNGALOW 



No Balac Toe Raguirad aa Real Retata I 
I Purrhaoee 

ion Ihe Abaee Areir Call Mr Hauptnaiorb 
. ParMtially 



I GEORGE RANDALL 

|U99 OOU(it.Aa OI 



.1999 DOVXRNUBNT BT. 



Bttuaied to a now OdadteUeoa af al- ' , irir-^r r*> * * a a « n 

irociKe hamre. thto dleilnnive bun*. HEISTERMAN & CO 

ntow haa all the very lalref (taurmi 

to Myllng and cMlart Entianra hall, mgi R1.ANBNARO RTHtlT 
ttviM-raom with raam-widib maniel < 

•half aver ftrevtore alning-toem aad . 

S Ulchaa la ruUill any baueawifa • ' * 

ream ITiree iwdrno'ae with largo 

ctaeei epace aad an <tp-ta*tba*mlnuta i 
bathraam tampleta the mala (taar, j 
Tha bammanl lo a real ourpnep. raa« i . , 

Uintng rampue mm with llraptare. < $ ] 000 DOV 

taundry room and Iww rtira brdraame 

with wa*b room. Krailng u ay a bunealaw af 4 ruoci 

■Bdera bat*alr caadltiontog truen fml MumUine ■* eerv. 

Cefling iMulaitnn triemionui A iwn- (nUI ttme Tate* gt 
ear garage to adli'eni In tha bcMte an 

tbto large lal We caneider tbU home $j200 

« a.capuan .1 va.ua 



$1000 DOWN 



KING REALTY 



BUSINESS 



UiU. Bacvpiiwnally weli-bailt •tding burnt wiui 
molchinc garoga Large (rant Uvtug-| 
01134 raam lilsUi wtib aak flowe. family cab- 
inet kiirban. dinette, g laad badronma i 
,Lf| •.'.ti;'. Laid uui in PRUTT TRKtB. 



a NlOtrr PHUNBB 

ORI9 E9IM BMn 



FINANCIAL SURVEY 
LIMITED 



A GREEN REALTY 



904.MM OORODN STRCTT 

^ Bliueiod in 9PC a( the cbvtoc 

Bide af Ooacb Unae etwte ta 6eJt Bay Bouib IhU 

• All* Eiigiuh Tudor (tame af eevon 

rwuoto to eerialaly aorlB yeut 
vuiiiiderailai* Well toeiu, 
le^ii/cc-r AAro.IT limuiaied. automatie all 

INVESTMENT heatwe. mPdorn and raw* 

Im _ . . . . pan. It to nreienad (or ram* 

Heart a( the elty, aalld hrKh aparimeni fortaWa bviai Inepeciian be 

houee atmiea euliaa plue autta In baae- appainimaut aaly. Baeiueiva 



HAGAR'S 

ATTRACTIVE HOME 



•brubi. town aad gardoa Taaee |40 IBLAND HIGHWAY 01BTHiCr-dt..mito .T**** bargain, with bew.^,. 

CIo*a ta achooU. etaraa and iratuppria* iclrtle Slk*raam etuaca eeml-btuipalaw. kwtamaUc Itaker and alf-ewndltlanlng 
lto>> Pieter ceil MR TnORNBlXlK O d)}T ' (dU baMmrni aad atlaebtd garate Nearly bwmcni. aumel wo^ tube . . 



$14,500 



FRASER BISCOE 



loffiea Bllili. 



Tbii cimety and Hardware btuineoa hat ,»..Tr»v> ^ ........ 

baen Mtab'i*hed lur many year* r.*sh- . COUNTRY COTTAGE WITH 



ESQLRMALT 
4 ROOMS AND NOOK 



in a eaad dU.Mct ^9500 ,SU^'^f::r.'’'7n‘*a.t^ 

™> a Klrkpairtok, Bvaa Baadg boat earh euiia bae awn Brepiare Ureoa-Tbu eevan-ycar-aw etueca 



aver Ut.apO per year 9J so9 otu* ito>-« *t 
; Invoice prlfw wui bandla. Nn goadwUl. 
Trn-ytar toaoe en etare aad 4-raam anari- 
mmi Plrit J*year» rent to apply to 



• BA8T BAANIca ROAD) ' ««l to htoh area eTm nla i To'** '^q*T^ 

omul mnl. half a.r. clearod. with tmu' S8400 

trm aad garden. baUnea al thrat acree Urge roWnri klirbeo wllh bar and (am* •.»- a«,iie*VA«n 

lighiiy umnared. Uuelltng gp by ir lU "«uk. k gaad-«ired fawdraome and a. •WLEVAItO- EaeluMva. Atuaettva 

ecrtitie al living and bedruem aamblned •l*«‘ Pembrokr Imihranm tert ‘W* 



4 KUUMd ANU nook ireeeaua gl.9M par yaar Radpeod far aulek - bama to laeated an a daubta 

^ *.,'IIOME AND wTVENtfK tl-— Atmt A* **** ** •w'Ur Uavfag tba #1 t Ai"lPy cloee M eehaoto aad 

$8050”^^****.®^^***“ **““‘‘*** WaeUrt l4w#m hemellM^aoSSJ reti’ iL*^“ *• 5 1 1 ,vUU trenayariaiieit |( t* «ah* 

4073U mademtotic etaraa bame oltu* Tat muai Burry aa Utto aaa. .•«t wbt, tbr awUiaadtnf 



$3200 1 ~ f'**- Bldhey UK 'eareltie al living and bedruem aomblned 



nuarmieiK aiarra aeme oltu* Th,n* 

atad M hlfb area rleee ta arhaale. etorva i pyitvd to 



■raaJtidii Pbaaa Mr. Oraa*. I9US 



Aek far Mr. Wright wr Mr Harrmtian 



UBT YOlfB PROPBRTT WITH 

MARA, BATE & CO., LTD. 

fig VIEW BTRKBT gyiK 

Member Real Betaia Board af Yietarto 



ALTON & FLEMING 



' OAI^ RAY Derate Biectrif light aad gocN) 

TWO BUNGALOWS FOR v/irvo/tl waie# ouppir Taeoa only lU Two-roam 

I vv\j DV-fINVjPM-VJVVi rWK owner hae left nt, a raawe. modant. aod woodebad The coob wnocn , 

(ha prke al one tee. two nlca. neai bun- f ~~7 **. ***'“•! Aiuaoiva r t A CAA 9»»4* U i jZDU 

galowa juei a iiep to Avemae and ahnpplnd • f^'** •* •* • v-«3VL; oq tarPM of aae-hail dawn ' 

aenire la Kaquimalt. LOW TAXIB One MaUr Taidiry — Eire . 0 190# lha prira le $3400 

buiigatow avettabla far awner aad atber , . Ur Taylor Brre , OMM 

' U.IM DOWN j "VICTORIA WEST" 

B.uara .* R«, OAK BAY SOUTH ' .hEAB THE BEA. ' 

AluacUte aeviy.«(>a*(,uctad itucaw home A ramlartil/la family Hama which hae tarn 
K7AAA I*! * Cuo»«nieally laid kUt wi'h aell krpi up Oownitaire Uvinp*ream with 

5/000 nka-oUed Helng-rTwm my dtoitoa-/.-^. r..“-o... "..V-!*-?* , 

imadera eahinrt kirchra 4-pee ba&r«nm ' JlIlriTfr kluhea baibraom. 

•" il well * planned ardroum*. uUlHv r*»im ”, waoh 

GGRGF—KlFW *“11 hat*watrr hrating punt Kardw-^uda****" * *’•** haaemeni. fumaae A gatei > 

vC TV n,m>a th*M«>hnui uii.-A ..--.ketnel lawn fralt tra** .. 



csriuie UI uring ana Pedruom aomblned remnroar itoihranm im aovlK irrr:*' T«* ’I""**- ‘v»* r,- auu-,i„_ , 

hiUMn, peiiiry. 3-piaca bath and aper* Por appatatmem to view pleaea rati »«». Thrae-euom |?*Tj**'^****y'^y^^ 
raom Geragr EJrctrlr light aod geen) THORNKLOK 09HT latfirr B919l> ' oaorr. Kin fifin iai$vi7li 

n'jri’L-Tn'L- -iS!! •“ ^ * O'OOO |» Zi l\\^ ITS, 



$3250)^aWKES FOSTER. LTD. 
$3400 DOL’OLAB rntrrr 



CLOaS IN-PItr-r 
M A. heat. 

Prlaa 



aaa. «hi wraat. tar awutaadtnf 

..M . month Hag lerg* 

Draaw. IfUS Bvine-ri’am luil-olM dli-ing- 

ratmi. weli-aUnnad aaMnet 
kltrhoa. ptadem bathraam 
apd |a« bediuome an Iht 

I...,. . moJa floor atoei two oaiw 

, hleuif najrhej krdieama up* 

l•*•Uv Pull baoemrai. rum- 

**’eapaieio taraye*Tha lat to 



$4500 

far U>a Abavt. CWitaet p O. Wmieow 



boma, kaeemant 'ii* ”*“*■ hay KyO/V) |campletoJy fanced aad iha 

**e-rvJ[|** 5/OUU tatdrn It keaaufui with 



■rrninge Mr. Lanraetar, B9I44 



$7000 



...-Mr.- — . |A ^eiy (aur*raom aungtiaw Thie to a :> Ki..n' "::.,r 

BLANBHARDirr PHONB U 9113 j i;::. h*«*;: ■* l^«mt.rubto ham. J)3^8O0 "CLOSE IN— SAANICH 

^ $8950 ***>•* Yardley - Btre . O ItM <POUR-ROOM BVNOALOWi 



wllh hat*watrr hrating punt Kardw-^uda****" * baaemeii 
.OMri throHgbaul Wired t^aucuto >aaer*(Uaei Lawn, fruit >i 
•PK.r a. . Yhu bamv to claee to ttanepoitaaiuia and Ceob price 

imf u • mrKAAlm todaef temp mwmpmkBaKaa. a^ 



IN H-MILE CIRCLE 
CLOSE TO PANDORA 



S atdrn tg keawUfui wllh 
•rubbery, flawara, rUh pwalt 
>nd tree*. A raJ bargain J|0,500 



MODERN 



PAIRnCLD NEAR MOBB afTREET-The TI (^CC T/1 D A Kirv-ID A MODERN 

daair«hle tocaumi and goad condlttoB af L-LUSt lU PANDORA fVtv.fLrtrM'H 

CITY ^^s,sr.!s‘*s; — *« ■*-«..«. Md-U-RooM stucco 

S2250 DOWN LT™ *2750 i,5T‘'S2!‘ SIT -mIIJ 

WHim rrucco Bu.a.um or roir, >.* «n... n» ««-" $7350 ••—lb m- r— ru. * 

«»>“ • » *■•"«>• ••- o«. ; ouadra 

POLL PRICE ONLY $5450 Vb^r-iuiAA I 



*$4950 hOOMB Wtui fuU baaemam and luma^ 

I3.3U dawn plue (49 per weanUi # c i c A 

iiAirr# , POLL PRICE ONLY $5450 



Bvening* Mr. Pearwa. 1 9119 



^ NET 15% 

FAIRFIELD APARTMENT NEWSTEAD REKLTY 
$ 1 5,500 t;; 

s!*7% -SmS* wr^nrn:r‘a rz ^ 

i 9to telUhd dtoay. OU-0*Msllr bat-watar Bpa eto lwng ta TradH 

haai aad hai waier. avar 9L9B9 per year 

net income Take (hit ana aver and go «a 

VtovMa tad rmai. Or bow wtmM you Ilka _ 

to toad ma ta# OMtiey at 9*; PrWo an 
aahHlty that* paye 9399 par manih, and 

(Bat* ewmemke r R dloa with yaw- the Wid- 

oak' BAY 

A40UNT TOLMIE ^racuv. aMdem etui 



Malar Yardley 



(POUR-ROOM BVNOALOWi 



REVENUE PRODUCER (wv^'^^tUS, 

roam and rablnA ki 

V ywa arr lowklat (ar a gewuitie roaming 'furnace Orive-lit g 
Ipropaaitum. we weald be plearrd (a »iv>w eppraranev and pto 
ran thto rirrntionalU weil-bum tl-raomr-i 'aurg«„ w-Im 
I rtrldeaar wtth full baarmeni New anio- 
mattr tlnkpi Purnlehad Net • iey»-n»e i , _ _ 

mtlf. plu Uviag guartarv (wr awner. CEOAI 

li «9 will hoMla at tha ^ . #,/sa I 

fkU prtaa al $ 1 1 000 BETTER 

Mr Raherw — Evm. BKlaay MK INvw bwngalaw; ctael 



CLOVERDALE 



uuntaet m. w APdertaa. Evm 0 9499 | QUADRA 

, 4*4NICR— Ftvi*rwam bunealaw wllb baoe* Sea thu faur-rnam bunaalaw piralv Bn* 
mnt and aaroaa KODATt Inelda and ewi Ueing.raaBi with 

IfrtM 900\JU l*9cn Brvptare. hardwaad flawro; laVeiy aek* 



Uvtoif-ra«m with Itraaiaae 
I bedraame Large kiuhen 
with bdak Cove eauingi. 
Venetian bltode. Owad gat 
dan TWw artka 
paearttiaa 



$5300 



"CEDAR HILL" 

(A BETTER BUILT ItOUCi 



•ttmtive J. *« >« kirTawn:;; $5250 

<7750 *•** ^ otoainad l( daoired Bai*alr far- * h»»v 

no^Vonettan hUnda $6850 ** Bralthwaito. Bvenlnga 01991 

- I «L-.o. 



■••9 0\A/ I iwen arvptaee. hardwaad ftowro; taVely aak* ..Tm-b...- 

it.-.at hit ea wtth breakfoat eaak. twa n*ae* 47 BROAD 

-rwam buanlww. tedracme and ihrM-atora bathraam. I - 

and Mparate gg- |**»*.'ato garege ezOCA' Ktratoge. 

#cmcA f"« $6950, _ , _ 



Hogar & Swayne Ltd.* 

NY AT BROAD Olitl-B-B 



Bveatoge. O 9d9l. • 



PARKOALE 



New bwngalaw; ctaeUeM wwrkmaaablf tad > ,41W VTDCCO BUNOALOW Of 



$9500' 



OAK BAY 

'try ^racuve atod' 
bangdtow euntoiniii 



fiA 1 CA' If ywa ara laiereatod m prwpartlaoad roam, ato 
#lw, I^U ihle papular dtotrlat be ••th (urbaoe. UaMry iaha a^l 

mere and toaaire tbaal thu oat One at 3Mvf.ln garaga Vary Um garden lot 
the alaeat bvetaalawg we hava eeea lar (cared and planted Oulei IomLImi 
many a day. fiva raom. antranre ball. ,^Ui at the Avanua and paeiee e ian M 
Mb ilMra utmty room. ew. Pill remant «*1» 
baaement with rumpw roam, pipe furnace 

awd drtee*to garage- La^e gardra 1 ^' SAANK 

bMPlIfuliy landeceped Helf'raah wni Of\nrU\. 

Bnadle and Immrdlato pammiaa arrendvd MONTOLT PAYMENT 



Very ^racuve aMdem eturca' 
bungoraw etwiaining • well*! 
I roam, atoa epto^id baw* 



SAANICH 

UONTOLT PAYMENTS ONLY 194 99 



KING REALTY 

1311 OOVIRNWKirr BTRERT 
Mtmber af Ihr Real Eaiata Board 



A SPLENDID HOME 
IN A GOOD DISTRICT 



I BUUrlftt* flAlf Mr* RoUf ir*«8 Ofl* nvs ROOML — ..... , — 

O.Matk haai Nirelv etluated near echaol I klttoctivelv deugnrd and a( aupenor '2^ *® ***'>* thf*** *ffh (rwlt tme 
and fwir vaune arenaablng Mt Tahair ' Ana Uving-raam with lirw- "•'* f™" COAKA 

and Ml Owtwlae U (he eetUac and gwnd P*®**- **a good hedrawm. Pembroke jYtcaai paoaeeelm 



nVE RODUB. withaut baaewtoni Tbto u \ t»**raamad rwitaea with plinwblat. MM* 



eanalruptlan at lha hauo* art Iwn af raur bathraam apg very madem aabinat kit* , 
reemllal reauiretnente we advlee yaw ta wff ffhai ■ caniral ball Largal 

meka a pnlnt ef aertng thU erwpeny uU«iy roam rff kitchen, and a vMy al- , 
Wllh aite Int. 9990 all tho price Pull 'Wtlva estra bedrwam to aver the a(- 
pnra with Ihrea heu 'half wn/ne/\ garage Naar bae and Mhaola 

• atre» $o950 Terme arranged f ^AAA 



$2250 



$8950 Terme arranged 

.PULL PRICE 



$7000 



Ur Rntvre-Erentnga o 99H 



1324 GOVERNMENT STREET 

PRONB B 1913 ar 1 4*44 



Par fariher Infarmtiaa OaB Ur. OtoM 
■vrnlnga, O 4999 



EVERGREEN 
REAL ESTATE LTD. 

IM VIEW BTRRBT. 0 4913 



I Member Real Baiata Board At Ylaearlay., 

I a 

OrCDME TAX lUr^RNB PRSfARRD 

T«3 Dapartowal Aaaeeamewto Bevwttotoad 
n-*«!*e Handled — Aek far Mr Raaore 



#CirAA'~TlSW ROYAL— Very attrae* (amily-fiae di 
live and nmdera thraa-rwam P**iw madem 
bungata* with a megnUlcrnt rtaw. Laree awdroama end 



FERNWOOO DISTRICT i .m» <.„• -o* 

$2500"*. *%■; rJs. "li';"'" .wr.iic,'- s^r. s, ' iX".', “ ™->« • h.. 

•mall lw« wllh chicken hMoe Ttim a£|y rtoJt to bueT afg »U twment baeement with piped hat-atr lAervwe Pram Paal Oirtca* 

m A ramu, ham, ra.h w^ handle m-rm. $6650'_ 

OAKI^N^ DISTRICT j REVENUE NEAR OAK BAY AVE. ‘ 

WSOO-^^r-rj: •pT-..,-' TU. JZ dtoli; touL 4 BEDROOMS : ^^A^IFUL BUNGALOW 



MONTHLY PAYUBNTB ONLY 194 99 Biiuatad edPih af Oak Bay Avenua, near 
tNCLUDINO INTBRBBT AT 4H PER CENT Btohmond Avail ThU bungatow hot an 



FRASER BISCOE 

niMw 1991 

-EBRYICE WITH RBUABTUTY** 



latma^hera wf charm and ham ewnunt-l 
I mani. CanatoU a( Urtog*raam with wpvni 



LEACH &* SPARKS 

1119 BLANBRARD B lRE t l I 

•veningt. Mr Day. 0 3993^ 



Ibungatow with a laegnUlcrnt rtaw. Large awdrm . _ 

tivlng-rMOt, ir 1 11^ wtlB MeailUtar <«*>*»( baevme w t. But. fumaee Nbw 
' ftreplara. one Pedfoam. labtoei klu-aen 9 *Tden tot with eaparato garodo. 
and dinette putty laratohed Tbto t«m-'M.99B handtoi. fXOCA 

fartabto mile bame w up in the minuto PvU prtoa 5003U 

to ovary way, and to only Ms maothe aM I 



NR ec BUS TERMINAL 

riNB FAMILY HOWE OP PEVEN ROOM* 

to eoatlient aiata af irnatr. Ma|a (lawr coa- 
etou 9|. U*tod*rwam with HropiaM; 
(amily-eiar dining-room dm wllh :ira« 
ulaat modern rablnai kiirhea. to red tiaf 
aedrooma end 3-pat- bath uiwtaira Pul 



iTHE ROYAL TRUST CO. 



Nfynt fivn new addrebb 



<CCAA — bhblboukne IT.^Pwur* 
f raom buagalaw iw firei-rinea 

eandlUan Blwrca fkatah. &irald roof. 



FOUR ROOAAS— STUCCO 
BaMment — $5500 



eandlUan Blwrca fkatah. burald roof 1 pabeiTIEni — 

N GORGE »**"*«* TWO.MtLE CIRCLB. Fbbt- , 

VERNON MARTIN & CO. «*» ««-««>« ETUCCO BUNOALOW, to-hldrjae 

I ATTRACTIVE (NTERtOH AND MOBT I [aitre (a=i::i -»ire rvblnn klfrhrr,. tww 

LIMITED CONVENIENT PLAN <K*5AA * »aw etwoM 

«uc $6300 , 



ATTRACTIVE (NTERtOH AND 
CONVENIENT PLAN » 



IM VIEW BTREET 



I IN BAANICH. TWO-UUE CTIlCLE. Fbbt- 



ti.{ aawth. A mml-ftiitoted room «p b« 
I Cwti'Mled ctairwav. Pull remrni baeemawig 



NEW STUCCO— $3800 



, rale garage Owner retaine (awr-room In ar tha owner On the mam Itonr le 

M^.r*^un^aVn,^hM^ 

Ue Ing-toom lU t 11> with Hreplar, 3 ape* 



GILLESPIE, HART & CO 
LIMITED 



tOfVW^ ''' f ACRPIELO OINTRtCT - El- 
#OvUU eelleni Bre*rwom boma miteiet* 
a( ewtrowre halt nn«g*rwi« 
with flrwptare. diatog-rwwm. kttrheii. 
tww bad r oom up tiirea-petoe Ntih* 

C im. gwod arm eat haaempi with i 
t-ale (umoat new nurwid maf, 
gotewe Early guommlww 

Bee Mr Beaolay. Evwniaae B SSM 



9M Piluatad In RtrhmacHl dtotrlH 
bw, Una. 



I ALEX G. HILL & CO.c Iip^u.»n» «,m> opanaio Iireomre: ruu-ema dining * rwwm. modem! hJCAD tljc i ini aainc 

■w WTWW WTWwww flu ***•• *• Uantpariaiian. eahawto bHrhni withllled eink lota at rwwOMrda. NtAK I Hfe UHLANUS 

wt VIEW BTREET rRoam ITf O 1141 uM alarm Truly a oparming tOinn •w<f«v*4 fonr-pta-w bathraam. rad*' ^ „ ,k . . 

'family ham Prka $8100 {•«•" rareeaed Attarhad uaraae an tower 2U*d2?JiSto ‘^4w!* 

; Piraw can Mr Bank. B Itol. Ewnto». ^ 2Z 

I . ». 32i’ 

ARTHUR E. HAYNES, ;HAWKES FOSTER, LTD. 

I lAAI-rcrt I .... rawndiiM area aD W romi-wroMe raHe ‘£2*®**. lhr»fS*w» 



nm% w tm i«nrr muf U***i l_tCAT 

In Um *«Atr Om wm h«*r 11 ncA I 

Ueind-roM «tg s u> with ArepUce. dln*| T YFAP< HI fl K1A<(V) 

lng.feom lU 9 13> wllh Brepiare 3 apa* - * I C/RKJ Vi/LL^— -> I U,DUU 

n^S* htato be awn to 

Sro^SKi-^rdwi:. 



Thto le a (aur-rwam etuer* buneakw wnb ..... « 

full baeameiH tt to nae galu (touhad. 'O® Undea Avanae, twa Wacke rrwm (be | <0050 '^*’^ BOVTR OF TUB 

but cmainly to a bartain. w-iDOPt ***f Bwen-mam eeml-toingatow with.^f^*''^ AVpfVt l«vMy elucaa ban* 
Maat be eald at onea FuU price $JOUU f>*f water heal Cwntolne good-eloe Hr* 1 ^ Entraace hall 
Ltottng Na. 3NI. * " 



FAIRFIELD 

Furnished or Unfurnished 



i^t^liSiu^toL kCL- •"*' dfivt-to garaae and laindry l.Tp£ 

l^5a"*:.rrWaJ^ j::;*;ri^rJJ‘i7p*?Sff*T;K^;5r 

sss&ciit. wsoo 

Aek (ae Ur. Dawuay, Bvenlnga B9dl1 



•tolre are 3 Ana bedrwom FUU iwmot pUn Coat - eload Uyir.g - roam *w?ih UM 
I baaement wuh bal-alr hirnate Bptondid (Ireptoee: futj-etoa dining -rwam modem i 
toetuan. cloae to iranaponatian. eahaate kllrbew with tiled eipk lota o( rwpaMrda; ' 



Aek (ar Mr Manaar. o ItM 



O 1141 ung olaroa- Truly a ohnrming 
' family ham Frtra 
- ' Pieaoa Call Mr Banka B 1191 
I and Bunday, B IMl 



.mi-roam dtatog-rwam. amall awtewom. > 

I den tad kitchen Twa goad bedgwam a and ~ 

1 balhraam. ah an the grwwrd ftoar Can- U^iSl®- 
(retied otolra to thttd bea nu to APw«* 

,dant rwpbWM wo re B ewarata * • wStoiSa 

garage rNPCRNtmiBO SYUOU 

F VRN I B IC ED ltd JM . < 1 K P 



city realty 

^ «lh hdedwwad ftowra. iReeeAbtnei _ . 



kluhen. tww bedrowme and bath ItOT- 
WATER HEATINU FUU baaement wtih 
toandry iwba and dr«va*to garM* Yaty 
deegrabia Taeatoaw. 

K 1 K AA/\ -* BIDB-BY*BIDt OUFUTX 



II. targe itrmg-r 
. twat«-MPe «a 



AN IDEAL FAMILY HOME 



I . < 1 A rwi “'•*°®'***®*** DUFUTK, 
'>lO,UUUto a goad toea<toa Ep-h' 
•toe eonetoU wf Mvtog'rwtni wHh BrppT^ : 
.twa badrawme rabinet tNchan and (efr-l 
ptocw Fmbrwkt bathroom yu H Paw* 
mnl wtUi HOT* WATER REAITNO une ' 



LIMITED 



i 1 0 500 OWTKICT TICTORIA WBOT-Bmalt mtotodw ballt pea 

#IU^UU ^y*:f»^e^»bea boa- yw ago. Im kitchen etaE toltot. ehewer 

9|* >• Ibe beat bur ta Ytolarla— tba alp« far cOMactlM ®» Wwet ba okoeed 
whala peaporty to perfweL , lU another tot om addlttoMl rwaai Pwia 

jxooo-«'«- •««wooo om«ici ~ ■^TTc/v; 

»oaltoat aaaditMM. iCTTr — NeaL Maaa Ovw*roaw boagatow 

•to »gy. Hum. Evantow e I.M 

.... .•••* Open flreptow to Itvi n a mom Caa 



1119 OOUaLAE BTRECr 

THE YORKSHIRE 

* ffCTFIC BBCURITtBB LTD 
131 fOET VTRBBT PHONE 1 1|gg 

Eveninga. E IlN 



Nair-btorb to b«e le 
Aboat botf eaeb will 



Immediate gimmMow 
ni bandit. 



*JS;2r SST'-'SSStqrTHE ROYAL TRUST 

a full eteaeat btr-Erni" wi6 ' , JJSimiMr?^J^ 

ettrt toMM aad (Rawer 00-0* 1399 OOVERingSirT NTEWT B91I9 '^*™** ,Th* mai" (towr war 



SWINERTON&CO.,LTD. 

M9 ERODOflTON BTRMrr p 
bepira 1191 
MtebltMmd 1199 



There to a full remewt btr^iErnt wid 
den aad evtrt WHt« aad (Rawer 00-0 
Metre hat-waiar baaMng and drtvv*to far 

oee •cndeck aad tea elew. aim rt/\f\ 
Fan tnae 5I/,UUU 

LtoUng Nd. 939 

Ae« far Mlm CaurtaaO. oiatY 



$9000“5T'5""..*J" xo"™-’- .III. iiTm M MT.1..Z 

!C..,'^SLS”4;.3~‘r3SSl *^250 

*re madoei Oaad towttoB. Oa^ 



339 99 Bwothlr toMieMag tototeit 
((too to IB dayw- 



OAK BAY 

A REAUY good BUY 

OTL-0-MAT1C REATINO 



LLOYD'S REAL ESTATE 
I AND INSURANCE 



•w ID. Maratto Evwalami Atotoa dTT 



fOWTAOE nODT-Bdoal foe rwiirod gaw-l":-*!* ^.**** 
ato. (1 (eet of wwtorfroeiiaae witb oaad i 



jtto. (1 feet ef wwtorfraeiioge wi«b goad ! ** 
liter. Uehw-roam wnb Breptoeo Rtwbm:”^ 
Wllh brwkloat nook, wiiwd foe otoatrle f**^ 



GILLESPIE, HART & CO. SSr.,’Kd*5S*;wk' 

LIMITED 

m PODT »m«8T rwearE o l»« Aak far W goa 

Itabav a^ geto to Baaed wnmr 



One bodPi 

MOT WA 



$4250 *** ** etraagty adviae ywa to 

sm true nae meaira fiew-ewam bungalow 

.vtirad aaw-i ^ •• *■» totoatod to aaa 

II foot af wwOerTrociiage with goad *^1 ^ •• " ®aeieto 

Uehw-iwom wnh Brepiare Knebaa to tm ace baO. torga Bwlat-raam. dtaUM- 

beoakioat nook wiiwd rw etotirto m oab i a at kJtabao. tww mawd triifniimi 

to Bw(b- ®®b fawr-ptoto bwMifWto. >aO haoemoM 
il HEAT laad garafo. M 1 O rw\rh 

MaatoBlal Ifilaa $14,000' 



OFFERS REQUESTED 

Fut Hto ■Blob Ml wad totowaal o9 



AOENCT 

IlH aUWSNAKO rniflNT 



Mewtoar Real EMaia Board al Yietarto 



I OAK BAY 

SOUTH OF AVENUE 

OWNSB LEATiMO Foil VANOOUTW 

# V A FIYB-ROOM oadar Mwb 

|$IUrOUO bwawilaw oa a aawmm to 



PtWM BB99d 



ggd COlUNOlUNT «T 



BXPDUBNCIC. r'lNBCIEimeOE 
MR VlOa 



TUDOR style 



ea howia meuwMd aa 
re af grauad ritoaiy In 
wrMau a( ewiraao# f 
a aunmaw aewntot 

dng'ti-'fw. burpea. I 



VACANT WELL-KEPT 
BUNGALOW 



Nvtne tuam wi'b a ounem 
It gwoBt-etoe dtofng'ti-'fw 

rweea. baUrwep aad dea. i 
iwo nme tod r eem and 
Tboio to a emaB raam M 
aad ■ bdthrwam. Vat- 
water baottod 



aad (MdUire ora 
Uled iatbraoa. 



$16,000 



OAK BAY 



lOaaaalM May 



OCftoe 0 3d11 



1 ^ CMk Boy taaaa aeaeea gig atr ywar 

Cowtotoa Hvtof ewam: gtoiag fweto; tww 
Ibodmwm Peto k ro b e batbraam am oakcto i 
Rto. EDn'toiriMa wuh Uto mab TMww an twa 
attew rwama flambit to Cbe beameat 
■o4*a(r boattod <3angi M baowtoowt. . 
A toewmb boll dtotom ibw fwam Ybo 
amog baa boew tranoferrad by bto na- 



* -**** * New baotalpw, eanutotot Uvtot-fWdto wlk 
Ftot baaa* btodJUa DeeaCn two larta l9R}S 
"®tod*toato and me-tora kiubon MTmS 
I at JOJvv. to awamt wttl aataaretia kniug *ii 



tot. Mpod laraaaa Imw <K')/V^ '^®***''^** 

tod. Manato at BOJUU toewtomt wi 

laaatad ai^ a 

OVERLOOKING FERTILE 
VAUEY 



$11,500 



Yb ba paretoaoad m wbR. • 



loA alto«1.'f®«». ®®fc*®« fcJtoboa. tww awwd badmw^ »«3 YANCOOTM BTMaR' «re„ .. — ^•’m^toYanSnT^dmfiS m ZTto 

iwato. Mw(b- towr-wtoto kiKitiito >w ‘■irTrent _ <JAHA WITVIN tt-MllV CIMCU 

Jmt lam garaga. < 1 O fW» ** * to walk, to toew JJOOOto CnStotoSL^lSaa^ uJ Fmae^ 

bn.aMMlf.to. $ 1 ZOOO ; dww, aad maanod to ..A S2i?*to*e£^ 

$7350 Von to a tow-anaad MUt kaimalii albewmewmad atoiago A loal k«y. ^ 

FOSTER, LTD. 

••".Nwaratogaeog. $6450 1 1 1«| EB.D 



ExausivE itwSrrs: ££ 
$4000 to > 

YMti peigerty to MOwatod am a Wirfemi g_ 

MMiway roaiaiae 11 areoo af toad aad 
a ibeaa named oatiMk * *aal i ' ' * 



I ESQUINSALT 

^ Older wC baaoelaw dT Bet ew-am. aa a 

•a JLtLg a X lar £3;,5.”!;/i|L“r*^ 'uc 

rto?5-fir '•t -att 



$79501 



$5500 



$6450 



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HOL'SEi rOB AALB 



BOt'SES rOB BALK 



norRCS FOB sale 



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BlUMUAH UWJ 

omh»mu BtmM SPECIAL— SAANICH> 



BOVBEfl FOB SALK 



BOORMAN'S 



$ 5300 — CORGE- OAKLANDS AREA 

Cotr. to nr*l-«»M» w*4*rv mwm tto«>to-4M« «uM*a Mck •Tto 0*i 

^**‘.i»*"^»**^^I** 4'K* taiArsMi ab« ••wwrR ? 



^ Ctokfwubi* tor «4 roMM »b 4 u»r*»-ki*«*( 
•* 4 *«*oi *Ufc hot-wr pi(»« fu»*' 

^ .OTtrSiVuSS t 



OAK BAY 
UPLANDS SLOPE 

IMMKOIATB roaMMION 



I Borsts roB balk 

OAKLANDS 

VIEW LOCATION — $6000 

BABY TBIUM 

aUl-IIOOM BBUI-BiniOALOW 



BOUSES FOB BALK 



•3 M* Domi 

CUMB TO BOB AND SCBOOLB 



II BOUSES FOB balk 

iq^BSa-N^NOuM HOMB !>«« BALB 

1 ^:w> Duieh ktU.b«A. ' < rf 

•flTlM’f *'‘T ■*M«r !•. r>'«r«. 

■m air I'r all tn csediUM. 



1 OAT aUl-IIOOM BBUI-BONOALOW !»••* L*rt* (arBaa Rtlb (nUt U»»* Low 

FAIBnBLD IU>AO U miMid fcr anoHitf WUJ. HANDtB ^ UPLANDS SLOPE lUrtBi-nwai «lto BtotoB'ma. pOM*M»oa $5500 

MrM Main M ®N»»<*TlAb»* iNrM roMM and Immbmat* fatoaai kitriMi>. aM kadmata Taa ho4- 

uJi? SSaii**** ^■•ol *lto ,hot aw pipaa fur- IMMBOIATB FOBBBBBIOW nom» 09 Thm-ptoM balk ruil baaa- , BATW* A NO%MlNOTON 

a araito naa NHA-htfiii t-raoia BTUCOoL*^ ^.. £*,^ 1 !?** ._ , Thu vbua atatta baacato* tt pm al yp.t. laraara. Prtca baa baaa raditcaB ni Naaibtnoa BWp iDp Oaa ru«kl< 

$3700 «- •«« .. -w « uu. M^aa... “ <«• •«»-“ .. a.i nm . o «•». o «•* 

inU iwB A*k lac nr Wrlaki DarMaam ' “ •“ aa~«Mo« MT, TOLMIE I 

ajx/Of aa rloafc alaatt L«i^ U*ing-rae«. *•* paraananf. ihrauibaaiT Tha toravi Bl»« to* a Urpa __ _ | 

Tnll.'attk OAX ftoar *nLB flra;>lara. tunny u*tnf-raoa aiih aitrMtira opm FIVl-ROOM BTUCCQ BL’NOAtAW I AFABTMBMT KODBB 



T.'UbULT BOIBB or UVD «0 HtUDU Tbraa-Mla ctntt la Baaalrk. >).PM ata 
U atoUt-n** > badraotoa. m-.i b»«to»# balanra »» M par Maotk Total 

aiuc ruJ eoMaat baaonaal MMO No atanu atoaaa O UM 

T;>tJlNWl"lWBIDBHrtVA--iBW BoT 

Aul P?!m *«-*«*»» $5500 i , •”«baa tarapt aaaf 



a rloafc ataatt Laialy U*ing-rae«. 
atto OAX noar TILB flra;>Ura. 



aga apac* Na Ui. CaU Ur Oaaaa. I prcLam 11*7 iia*« ^bitn^^ 2 >* «to‘b«ro« baa OAK FLOORB At* AOOMB — ONB FLOOA (or tlaetrir rTnJt ao 4 milia lor re- •*‘i**'“* •• t***" tA'^nO »•»*» awn baihroaai and »tnilo»a, eaay dlatog-raaai and lot air* 

$ 15,800 «» ■«*« »» *»«» r-ftimrrir*i a ..r* .-A Tka UrpT IkTouZh >OOUU gurb,* tara„, to batwbaal. tumaca uJto bedroom, alto balhroaa. Tbart u a Mila 

riTY rpNTRF jorruptod met ^ r** •*!.*«“ fT* ** 7 f?r ?a*ETe h*n •"•I* ^««^rdSM^ o«“ *OAnn *>•«•«**• 

LIIT CtNlKt fMatarhaotA U UtUar. Brentoga. O »334 ute »to> * aaihroam Oak tlanr. Durable Bntltab I AM <^1 PY PFAI TY CH ^Wmn a-» ...... k.. i 

Iwt.n...i, a M, .unm .aikin. dla.J H eiL 5 *^SSf*aiuh^^ “"O'*" bathroom LANtaLtY KtAL I Y LU 



'aiXd (or tlaetrir range and reeme lor re- “ $6500 F 

^.’(rtgerauit T*a Urge bedronma. ihrou^ tonr met # 0 «.rW,g|| 



w riMai bauae with aitarbad garage ctat 
tall tauTM aobibera agpoeure toeuletad. 
Orawod landaraaed Ctoar uito. for ap* 
pUntaieni phaae nvner O tOt 

Il’ATBNmoNT rOKDOVA BAT — ONB 
* * B( (be Itneet hena la itoa dittnte 
aitb bnaut patted *ie«r There It aa 4 r» 
trance bail teadtog to a aioiSrra kitrhaa 



DftlnJtelg a good boy, •UbM aalAtog dla-^ 
Unit a( rtty irotn. n«e rooiu eeaeau- 



tog of Ueina-roMa. dlnitiB.-reaBi. t»e bed- . 

C jou cabinti KKtbea and tbree-aiare 

khruon all In tery adbd tondUlen. ^kcK CioM 
aaaaet.kwn II. MO ra. 1 i Puli prlie. M.OM |m 
Tmau U denied. Aik lar Ur. Begon. {•n 



OAK BAY 



irV*^^ w*r rta^'bor.Tr , cbnthal building 

Tri tSfi^raai li fTlUft ilih luSt^llp ‘ furnace a^laundrr W WO ut Langley B to» 



(V^KJ 7 AI FQ ni^TRirr •••( breaifaii ewek. Mod UUIub. *? nnance. nean 

oUNAALtj L/OlKId |ibe Ane bodioniae ar .4 eiiUlr TMB Ale# NbU toe atklng prieo 0 . 

A Iteely fiTo-roMa buagato* la 0 met la- **' *”*“*• 

catiati Li«iAg-r«aai diiilng-raaa. tea [^ 2 ?, Thi^i/ui* 

a>An»m> kkrhan knd (hrM.aura LUaf till* TUI. lltUO property CO«- . 



weUtog dlMODce to WUkia. Beach Pembroke bath aod rbranw fltotiftr The OOOO OARDBN LOTB No briur buytog 

o!JraJ£"' T he Jtiruo^rrt' wngbl P.r*.n.«r jprioe $10, OC 

Bkira kan?Th*irkt.rooto aUb own fire- ea»e to tooe- you There M go 1 * H A ’ *’*»'"'••• Phone Ur Betoi. O Ub* 

Place, eoer breakfait «ook pM UUlieB. SS, *' $9750 NR. LAMPSON ST. $7500 

In* badioiuB. and ■ciiiir Ycmib *i>e half Me atklng price 0 . * 7 r •jyj ■ ai/'P ljiii /^rr\ a rt unt 



An atiracUre aeau-bung.iev approiuaau> 
ly It rtar. old oad good aalid roaauuc- 
lien UoiR floor bae through hAll Lie- 



LAKE HILL-CEDAR HILL 
$8400 



y*tirtrnnme ^ hrnnd-Bev ranch-tiyle h«wr nf PIVt hurgala* ertth liiur Mriir.mi 

coucMied **®t^*** Large ilving-roam e.tb grand large Urint-rooai etih ArepLace Tkiuii.^ 
i. uB Pull •P**’ «*•**•!* fktealare IMnrti* n»r. cah- pantry and tbrto-aleie haUi">onA BatJ 
1 i..,n^ inel hJlcben too g^ hrdrwin. an>i Pern- b«i.« eiih i>*« hnt-air furnan AwiiJ 



Ur t*ngiey B MM 

VACANT 

ROOMING HOUSE SI 

rccc/^— Jatod. Bay Dutrici 

hurtala* ertth liiur 



r r*e«» aarb bat awn haihroaai and eaay dtotng-radBi and taa alcd 

kitchen. Lackere to hatetaaal, furnace a-tut hed moia . allh haihroaai Thera ta a auila 
Makar One BOAAA *" ^ haaeBetil rented at MB Alae a ntoe 

tuUe araliable ^YDUU den arnUabte Lauadry iraya Oti-O-Ualio 

KMMvnv RPAirv I***' I-Mwly gardtna right Ba«n to the 

KXNNBDT RBALTT AUa a healhauto and garage ThU 

Ittk Broad Street BdllJ beaw M really vorih teriug a 1 a CAA 

UemMr Real Batau Board af Victoria ^tce S I 2,500 

” OAX BAT - Charming Aye-roam .taeea 

OPPXM RtQUBSnU ‘ kungatoe ihrough ball alth llTtBg^ioam. 



$12,500 



P’S 2 *l*!SS‘^u"S!lad^‘L 

IBII ^fANCOtnu NTMTt’^*' * Itmr-plece haihtoam A real bnlabed re-HP 

VANCOtyvXR BTRBXT. , g, baarmeal drtf»-ln garat» hol-au 

XwlAL To he aurchaacd a. usiL ar torn deva aad l’*P*B fornar* T»rn»» avail- eOQCA 
\. _ remafcB a. auch ' abla Pull price )OYwU 



APPLY BOX «NB. COLONIST 



able PuU price 

PLBUINO OARDNBR B CO 



i,V>k OALb'bY OWNXH-AWdOBT NNW ^ 

' very preity cedar-Mdlng bungaiua ^ 



$6750 OR NEAR OFFER 
FOUR BEDROOMS 



Pleate CaU Ur. PrUb. Byenlngi O UIB 

$1500 DOWN 



pin* •itimy tod lull baaemeai, bor-air i,},^ aaMmeni aiih hoi-ata lurnace inei kiicnen tao gM hrdrwm. ami pem- imi.i ueet hot-air furnace \lkiUdn I very preity cedar -Mdlng bungmuo 

** ^ w5iL““7 SeMrato garage and a ole# gardaa lat 't*!?,* ,?«*'«?,' «l»cle Ooae to hu. and «^1. caaiainlbg « rmime. hathrueai ullUiy »ootn 

af (yrUCCO aver aUint ihia home la * llontUT aeil built and ready lor ocevpaney Tatet Idl T.rait Riclaalfe il.tine •*<* large garagr ta malrb Mat-eaUr 

erira earm. Pine Dol’BI.K UAKAOB A.k lor Mr Wrighi per.ooaUy j»llbib >• dayi. I Ta*et lat x.fmi RtciiuJye ii.ting n*auat No batomeai IbiU price IT.dto. 

. •*'^“*'*7 I Bicnii.f*. Phone Mr BaonB.n, t BMP Be* Mr Braaler Bfeningi K ttU laiM h*U aaah and baiaiue tmall moo"’ly 

y»i»*lr. ineide and out l^ely /“rai-rr»ai ryaet^ ryocn i i paymeau. iniereai e'*-, Call at I.1T 



lar BTUCCO aver aUint ihia ham. i* . 

terlra aarm. Pine DOl'm.X UAKAOB I A.k lor Mr Wnghl per.ooaUy 
Ta.e. UdBO CUIAN and UUUBH.N and I 
_jUi fKKSD ytitolr. inaide and out Loyely I /-rai-rriai naet^ ryocn 

’Uilng-raam aod tea bedroom, af ettra | CENTRAL PARK $7850 



rllhia M dare. 

Bicnii.gi. Phuo. Mr Bewnaan. B BBM 



a Id! T.raii Bacluilye Hating 
Be* Mr Braaler Breningi K T 3 M 



Thlt au.^^u... Qldar-tgpa. ilfSi-rocM A*** alae “ Oi a ieiLt .Tre« wi-.e . r , 

haaM U apen to an affar far quVk aalc 1 ?.“^ ■•'*T TBBMB eT'yCA Atiraruee aad well - eonairurud temi- 

Newlr deenratod ouuid* Hite enirante »L Pea atepo ebaap usaa. Im- *uinf prke aaly 5 /. 5 DU UungaJuw Mato Ihaor Llylng-ravm din- 

hall klib open ataireeU Ufing-room aiM '"•dlaia MMaauan ^nge, heater, tabu. jng-rw«ra kiirhen etth nook, taa bedraomi 

Ixealare. family-atM, diaibg-ream. taega xi 5 '******* uwnaaortaiton Mr Arthur end'.inree-pleee bath upeleUa. two lud- 



NEW— SIX ROOMS 
HIGH QUADRA 

OIL-O-UATIC BUNGALOW 



kirrheo wiih aanini ar>d hu den no ground »nd tloee In Thu boma oritl d-)(rAn rouaa'r Pull ba.rreent hot-air lurnac* hi*k ua «hh »..iun«i »»h ihr» r..rt. Aj -..ii an port amnT 

(lour Pour todraom. and ibrae-alere not Ua| at MU prue UANDT MAN have >n tl m far a tato BepariU mauhlng garag* Latg. tot «1 PORT BTBBiT 

baihraom ua Pull criaenc PaaciMBt. bat j, . • parmMi on a clean, twy UA-room .lauae Bk-.etleni eondiuon ihreughaut o, Matauer at Ihi 



GILLESPIE, HART & CO. 
LIMITED 



baaitag No baaemeai IbiU price IT.tto. | clobb in— m*Ajnna 

• tM h*U aaah aiu baJatue email awn* hi, ^ _ 

paymeou. iniareal e'j-, Call at leiT ^'*®®** BIOlNll BUNUALOW. LA RUB 
rear Hireol a(ur > p m dally or aay tiue ** Uving-reom. rebiaoi kilrhoiL. 9 good b*4- 
Saiudar or Buaday rpania J-prr bath ail 'ighi fli floara in 

, ^ raeidilioa Pull huh baaemeai. 
uvtABR- HBVt POUB- ivew bai-air (tmiace new DuroM rwol. 



1 ,'«t,R RALB by OWnBM - NBW IK>UB- ivew 

room buugamw. three-piece boUi and Price or aver 
utUUy room. otM garage Immediate pc-e- nfiM 
aoMian See at tSD Oakland Arenue Pur . 



baihraom ua Pull ceraenc aaaciMBt.bat j, . • parmMi on a clean? tidy ue-roam .taum BeVelleni eondiuon throughout 

air heating and aeparate garan Oamd "•••• Burton. Jt . Byee . B I »1 j,,.* ^ loundauon . „ , w w k. *. 

garden. Aek lor Mr Barniadh. i repair Otherwtu it te goad, with new *•* "Cigni a»e , 

1 OAK BAY rnal-aad Me lot (a large and eeietida ' 

CAIDCICI r> [ 'beiaeen two airteta Taee. 

hAIRUtLD Oaan Raiihl. area I rocNi modem acurea aaking prUa SJoUU HEISTERMAN & 

PIVB-BOOU BUNOALTiW - PDRNtBHBD '*'•*’•••♦* Piua coniBteia riira bcdroam in 

Value MMrniiure a^>ui ktoa^*^li baw- S!?'’ detluhi beuovent t)rt*a-ia garage f.labliihed 1 M« 

mant and garage Plea (ruit trma (m- "fU •*»<» «» .TMtmr- aA»ic-*i. u-..., •>»* BLANBMAKO BT 

mediate Biwteition • y mivdUion ihrcughMi #c 3 nCA 5 , 1 "^®*'^ PAkK--««hmui iiUer 

Priced (Of guire aou at -poz-rv 

Call Ur. Clark I Mr OTooU. Beanlngi ami- ‘ '» • ‘■'f.**-. • J’..'**' 

• . a new roof 3 . ]i nat a antUI (oundaiuiti. 

4 . It a Mg enough lor rtvenxr ihc 



mediate paMeaaiao 
Wiced (or guirk aou at 

Call Ur. Clark 



Aak (or Ur Wright B«e , G fltT 



HEISTERMAN & CO. 

telabliihtd 1M4 

IIU HLANnHAHD «T .11 



ORT STRBrr PtIONB n Hit 

Matauer of the Bcai K,taU Board 
of VUtorlk. B C 



$4500 



■ pcH.it>iiDriii to are inetoa. oad further 
detaiU, inicreoied in your offer, phooa 
Coldulu 40 T 



fltaae AU tar Mr Laptoa 
Bveninge B kbi] 



Pleaae Phone Mr Berringtem 

Boorman Investment Co 
Limited 

■3a view BTRSrr PHON* X im B 4#33 



BRAND NEW— FIVE ROOMS 



BVSKDKIB 
Ur UlUhell 
Ur. Chrutenaaa 
Mr Burroogh 
Mr Clark . ~ 



4. It a Mg enough lor rtven>< 

P. R. BROWN & SONS “‘S $ 

I Tr\ Mr Arthur 



of VlCtorlk. BC _ RBVBNL'B 

I L’OR BALE BY OWNBH — BTUCCO Jameo Bar Duple* -3 room# up renied al 

4 bungalow In Ctoutmait Pour room. per month. Bee thu snap * AOAA 
land l-pte bathruam Yuli baaemem and al 
' tumart Handy ta uan*p«riatlaa. 

BOA Kin KICVA/ CIV/C ormaic .lorn Phona O IT». hND VOrU- BS BORHV 

DKANU NtW— rlVc ROOMS ivir «>■ * ■« nw-un aiva ni-mu ** ^ou mtM Mu niu IB-iuam tvtanua hnma 

BAU BY ONNKR - Pl>I-ROOM,,„ ronditiun Ihcouahoui Thiaa 

tAH*yn * “')i* ’**“'* •"'* '? "*«■ ‘‘rk* room* fur owner. ^ a re*r.oa 

500DU thccugh hall Krge ,el per month from une roam dPwn a<-d 

room with flteplair Pmich dam leaning ommtt, Boi 33M CulanUt _ I fi** rooR)« up. aukee thia M>e al ina 

lAtO apartoua klKhen wHh hulll-ln cue- |,>Ol7n-NOOMrO CGTTAOB PON 'flALX • heat ®uea Hol-aoier heat, alwi etna 
bwerdr Tax g^.<Urd Mrwnm and tarden full baaemeni ai too '•“®* *ii!* bwaemenl. garate Irnii 

one amaUer or>e flnubed oil In the atur wouW h«a“ H and aLumr CkU e*J^ *'*** “ • ■'“» CT'^CA 

n..e..,.uc. ^mb;o«e a*lh .lu.hed ear- £*• 'tJ' 5"® OnaU eoad*. JTOCQ 



I LTD. 

I Baiablurud Itaa 

Mema^ Baal Batai* Board of Victoru 
1113 BROAD XTBBB7 PHU.HB O Till 



OAK BAY 



Member Real Katate Bvard af Vtcturia 
1)1. BROAD CTRBVT 
ObV Pbooea. B5349. 1 6341 



GONZALES 

HEIGHTS 



$4500 CRAIG’S BETTER BUYS i cvmd .wadr- ’ 5735 ^ 

CbQUIMALT home U aaeeatioabUy wall conatrucied / tOMOC— PUHMIBRBD IP " P » lPk l‘ iM VACANT' TACANTI 

OAK^BAY Pl.e-j^m .idiM ^ .0 hu. call Mr P, . ter, B 3101 Bve .me 

sii:r;.7 :rh.;'pV7a.V'r;.-V'urru uawkpq chctfo . rr^ 

.kucro aungaioa Camprian , ei.uancr ^e,^ ^ FOSTER, LTD. '«• *•* tKORD 

ha'i. LR w.ih open fP dlniag-tauQi »h>?h u a* Viran ^ fdur-pieia Pemhroka baihraam Core eail- •» iOVOU 

Ai: oak llaored fwa beuroMua kiiehen „„ ria.onaklr far auick mU tXWOLAB BTRBBT B 31*1 '"»■ »"«• “•* noore MrMthovt Birwam- nrtww 

ana aathraam dpwn and a concealed atait- T ' * ^ $5500 , lined kitchen titetinb Pull ed»en- foot , II 60# DOWN 

..... _,.k - . at M«>mi hsM—a-., e-I.A.m la all ibm ArmO I- „Am 



i> Ik. '-L.I.1T Bvenlat* Mr Hyland Jr B 33T3 • ria,u-ruon>ca name aeraieo (tear ireacon ciamw na ~.i. ~i.~.~.,. • aie eoai boma riaa* in <La aii* ■.iin 

Mria ■» a awrll buy in an 1* H A -built otmi- Hill Park Thu proaerit u In eery good cliiab Thla home la la firat-rlaaa l an^- ** 6*4 caoh. thia la tour buy Taiea eiUr 
$ 12,600 RFnilfFn im POITF hur»g*.o* Sm haU; apacioku LB with aandman with full bawmeot and gorega “a Ta-^min tm. hTme * 

I ^lOyjyj KtUUL.cL/ > I OUU IN rKILt p P. omj tinor. twe bedrooow: modern and la moatly (urnuhad C QOCA Term. * n ^ r\/-\ JAMBB BAY-M 3M 



Aii oak iiaurcd iwa aeorow^ iiienen rea.onoklr far quick aaU 

ana aathroam down and a coiicealed atait- .. 
oar 10 Btllr with ipaca (or two auire bed- 
rucou Pull baaemtni alth (urnave and Call Mr Latng Seeniugi B 4941 

garage See MU *. t a cAn 

home today ^lU, JUv nrsr\r\ dcv/ckii 



GORGE-t2050 CASH $10,500 

Bvarioua welt-buiU rutXHI-BTTLB HOMB to Beqaimill. where the owner occuain 6 

« cerca rowma and and auaiwau 3 bath- magnlticenl rwom* with private bath and P«ve-rv«m older trpe bonqaiuw. Puil baae- m i_i a bi ik.i/* ai r\\A/ 

rooma Oll-ry-Ua'l- hoi-water heattnd reteltee a dice revenue from raoai in HA pipe fuiciai-c Oarage Balance N PI A. DUNoALUW 

Bbeltered tram wu>4e d 10 AAA ^®*«toei.t and -VMiatra There u irlpic •< •'■ 633 »er monih. C7ar\A 

b«t baa new il7,U\Ju plumbing, an alr-condiuaned luating Mr HvUna j» a *na #/*UU 

Near dfler far rato caa.idervg Her. .. a .well buy in an N H A -hum mmi- 

OAK BAY 512.600 REDUCED $1500 IN PRICE tV^d* aak‘".Ul‘.*?i.*?:Vrr^^ 

.KXCLMBtVB LACnmn oa..iir_njT— lai FTK2 rU lirK kiuban aad dtoeit#. 4 arc hath Pull 

Haw •pqiinut 6-roam bungalow with ntm- UDTi.BX WITH OIL PURHACB Bitu- 

S ua inoca tod aa-wnd wt af plumbing In ,im| near Oak Bay Aeamu. 4 rboma with Barkland Area Clghl roame. haumaut *»• *L! f.’!?’'- 

laemenc ThU la really <; 1 A ^AA *i®M vatani m ground floor M3 per furnace Nut one itolJar to apend ed ihu J*' ,*'***_ Bulled In high. CTAAA 
gnod 9 I v.OwU ^ awnlh acming in itMB # O a AA hdme Roomt are all Urge and healthy flaanirh A hareain at ■* r AV/v 

, upaiaira 5o4UU hhely arranged with fuur targe bedi'-vmaf 

CAIDCICIA UPatoiri and ihrte-ptef* haih Iiuwiit'aua P*1TY f^AVI AKIAC 

r/AmriCLl./ niGNBBT PART OP THX OOROB Yea ilvlng-roum. dining-riaoth. kitchen ’ ' — \«'r>M-hMwuro 

Pit. roam bung.inw In A I condlUam. with ‘ -Vn "•..IT'LdJlll-*' »*>T •Mracllte new auicca bungalaw ran- 



GOOD REVENUE 



OAX BAY SPECIAL 



And immadi.te pcMeuioa •( owner. *‘2r« 

.ibtot-iaonted oparimcrti cap ba your* If JJ?2? 

||au art quickly and purehato thu lane ISL « •L,L*^-Mm^iLr7*d’ ***^^ 

HardSimS VuoiT^b? baiJiiin^^^ 



raoQu ana upooiaiercd doek Urge hand-.*"” oa**ir>at ana d,i«o-tn garaa* 
_ aaime Uving-rwom mle (irepUcei dlnint- Located u High Oaklauda and pri-ed 

D *wom. ceotral ball, two bedroocoA lorely ^MttuUualj tow CCACA 

four-pieto Pemhrnke huihroom Coer cell- ®l ^OYOU 

lldl h"‘l •** noore ihrMthovt Birwam- ,, i*. 

I lined kitchen tiU emk Pull eoyen-foot II •w# DOWN 

rement boaemesi drlee-tB garage. pUcter- you nerd in aan Mia g-tvar-old while 
rtniobed room, two-oieeg waabroom tuba *>hu>t modarn hungalew. viM aaivarata 

'».pt furnace Go attractlva tot N foot thaicbmg garate Biluaied tq a high Uis- 

wtde Nira Uwo* and ahruba Prl-t fur- *3®* to ibe Gorge ihle one u at cole a* a 

\ KD UOT-WATBR HEAT THtB<k-rBAR- "Ubed ltd 600 Phone G 3 J 0 I any time . ear let u> *how It ig you If iwu don l 

oU atucro bi,n>*iow. Iielr,*.intoi •lih “ — I believe ua ^ ^ -X 



MOUNT VfBW-OI 360 

I P YOU ARB tGOKtNO POR A MODBR- 
1 aie eeai taoma elate to the city, wtih 



kiieban arto diaetie. 4 -nc« hath. Pull Uraae toeeme 6100 mdoMly 

haaement wiih pipe Furnace aod Cuba _ 

ronrraied iialrway to 3 unfioUhed rooma ^6“ ■*' Seedhouae ae 



$8950 



$8400 



SiTrw $6350 

Pleav A*» f»r Rian Keeita 
Bven.iig* O BSaa 

RrolHOB REALTY 

101 1910 Broad Bitotl Phooa Ptni 



CaU Mr Seedhouae ar Mr Royit 
Bveninte. Boegl 



OooN t u a t —m HAM awugatew wiM no ' 

mrtow rw watBWfwin baaemeni. Separate garaga Pnm tree* , ^ 

''*'^** in— rAinriBi-o (,oa taiea G^iuk poaaeaalan * SurnaMe 4-roaoi bungauo ow 

LOVBLY 3-BCDROOM BTUCCO BUVdA- ^ ha**mem gy |M 

LOW Large Uvmg-room IgsM OR. OAX BAY--6IJ.600 I Bar->-room benaaUo 

large kitrnan with nooa uired far rai-gr Ane ut-roam aemi-bubgaiow who Mk Ol.taia will handle aa loa 

3 Mire bednwma Pull oairment aiiameii Booia baMment ulih furnace three B R 'a * a - . ^ . 

garage. Tlua U a (U.e family hwroe ai.A down and conrealta aiairway to aiiathar * h*'ntth»u 

within waUtPg dtaiancg to city > antrv and doronltory D-l garage Immadiate 66 3M 

THMf U$fiU4 CdCAA i HlUK$dF ••room ^twtn 

PuU pftoa J70UU UtaunAun wsai tw HA hear '46tdB 



I Burstble 4-ra 

haaemem 



hungait'W to 



FAIRFIELD 



CITY— OAKLANDS 



Pit. roam hungalnw In A I condlUwo. with i*" *'‘® ‘‘ ‘ .* -Vn "•..IT'LdJlll-*' »*>T •nfacllt. new aUicca 

haarmeni aiU new boi ualer heaiUg plaot. ‘UaI MU would * 2 , LR wllh PP. 9 

THia 6 A AtliMftlik* ^oivaaA^mK Uflfl$ Ml Th«ff 4 W 904 #r|flJ rtVtT>ttt If 9 n F|(r* tootfi 9 Vtr th# ftl 

u atiiaailte $7350 ro?«* e"<l,nook pliu ahoMar very beauti- ** «bd^n kiwhen and |.J 



ro bungalaw earn- I 

9 bedroomi and 

al'ached aaraae. .IJI Vtra Rtrtrt 
l.plec* bainrnom ' 



M $7350 w »6 plua ahoMar very beauti- 1^“ ^ wiMin walking kitchen and l-olee* baMroom 

•* ^ (wl ro*»m in Me haaement. properly rm- AUfanre of city KfiO^A ThU bungalaw la dlflereot frnn anything 

_ jlahed wllh ray. eaiUnga. furnace heal. PD«« -flOPJlJ you ha«a »e*n and It U highly #zocA 

CITY ..fh*L*k^iM «*T.ing. Mr Rrvfa. EMIT |rMo«m.ndad at $6850 

B(8>ronm howie wllh Ihraw hedrooma. elaae Bariy poaaenloo 504UU — — — — - . , _ , . . . i /~r\n^r 

to bidh arhoal an good Mtvai Batomenl GORGE HIGH LOCATION , GORGE 

and new luniace 63 OM cato a C C AA XXCLVSIVV LlSl ING 6100 dawn, hal- *. w > . • . _ 

handUa 5DDUU ar^e monihly like rent Theaa are the Seven-room atur-o home, lour badrooma. bungaUw of Four rooma and 9-pce 

Urntt Mai will be conaidered an a amaU . )S rear* oM Well rooairucted. full baae- ??!**• *®f- 

Iheaaa Aik for Mr Ramiay eauage in ihe Gorge at 696 Vinceiit mem. nice targe garden, all fenced flhroha *i? 

Avenue; 3 large roanu aunporeb and (rail ireet, ei- lOOAA L i, k $6100 

II mil FF pantry Oarage Nice garden tot JUST Pull prti * $o900 M* jO I UU 

-rUDIUCC jytll VERY THIfrn PGR ONB aorAAi _ I 



Phone O 7140-T 



large kllrnan with none uired far rai-ge Pine ait-rtMim aemi 
i$l AMH IKJ\/P$TK 4 PK 1 T * bednwma Pull nairment aiiamed Amiia haaement ulHi 
’ *3 ~ L-* 1 1 V V t J I rVltl u I garage. Tlua U a lU.e family hnroe ai.A down and conrealta 

^ 00 LTD w'lFii® waUtPg dtaiance to city >entrv and dorenltory D-i 



$9500 



4 Hlil«6de t-roa«a atucro hungalHW 
H A hear 06 I 



JURII-BB mBTRlCT 



AND CLOex TO WB VYTKNArW HOS- 
PITAL — BU-rnnaT aemi-buiieaUw. lam 



BXABOABO RBALTT 

614 Gotvrnmeni Bireei Phone x 1064 Htllauie 6-rna«. aemi-huiigaUw. 



BRAND NEW— 5 ROOMS 

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e^AAA -A fMlir amarl hunguUw with 
d 'UUv/ no atepa ta climb, ihu home ta 



PITAL ~ BU-rnnaT aemi-buiigaUw. large ITB BUW OR Nrvsn a vmv na 

hyrng-io^ dtotog-room k.uh'n and p«n- I Uto’m .“a ,uw «o^v I a 
uy, wiM three nire bedronme up PuU ehnue locaUto 

^•^r.toVe»W*’So«*.Vrma^"^ gt^'^S 

ru^ $5950 ‘1 JI'Lr” PuGwiBl'ni pjotortiea aell 

PULL PBICB .9«fAUU,(Br 630 OM A good buy at 6U m ar near 



ho* -water hrai 67 16* 

• Pblrftelit 6-ronm aidirui bonaaiow 

full baaemeni with HA hea- M 6M 

T. Julillee i-ranm hungalnw, baa*- 

men) with HA heal 6*646 

■ Jubilee- e-raom bungalow. 1 bed- 

ronrna full haiemrn, |7 MO 



DUPUnt BTAOACONA PAHX • Oakland* 4-raom bungalaw. re 

m.nowM cicwiww w.-nt nw.v.-rw ® Pembarloo deroraied m and out 



JUBILEE 
3 BEDROOMS 



OR TWO PSOPI X 



$25001 



Bvrnirma- Mr- RngerA Ba677 



Beening Inquirlet nn above 

Cloae to Jubilee Haipitol etorv* hua line* • 1 1)M oe B fk43 WJKGt JI/OU L.AbH. 

ai« . (hto 6-roe« buctdalow li wl new bul | i . w*. ***'“ BBTATB AND 

a spacious bungalow --- - <- - 

*5750 

Piaaat Aak foe Coltn Smith ' mom Bpanotaa Titehen Pembroke hath- '• 61gh« ai Rresinia 

I tub orparaie toUet full high boaement Byentna* Mr nviand N 3676 Carpeoiet. 0 1316 

I with Ha furnace and garage lo Oak’ I 

Bee Owr Butineoa OppeGunlUe* Adrl Bat Cleoa to arhoal mi and atorea ; .. 

[Nni an oHra-modem hame but It la h#«ier . . . , , 0 «- ,,. — ■ — 

Man mnat newer onaa A (amile hnma riylOna, I nOmQS Or ^Olliri' 

MEHAREY & CO. LTD. r,.^: ™ r,™ I HIGHOUe 

» . .m o I SELECT H 



GORGE— $ 1700 ' CASK 

Luting IM 



HOWARD B. CRAIG 

REAL BBTATB AND INBURANrS 
Member of tha Neol taiala Baard 
ter Vlaw aod Quadra OfBca O 3333 



piaaat Aak (ne Coltn Smith 
Bee Gwr Buaineu OppeGunlUaa Adrl 



f»w»rt-aUe i>vtng-rMMn UP-AND-DOWN DUPLEX. WITH PRIVATX Uulidii>i t'jtu Pembartoo deroraied m aao out 

$A I Mf] with brick fireolare 3 anod bedruMaa rah- CNTRANCBB four large aparloiu louma — - - 16 View Rnra' t'niiniahed butigal-'W 

ww |n*t kiichan with TUe* floar. Pembroka and ihrre-piecr bathreon down lor owner ' TUBT COUPLBTBDi BBAUTIPUL PIVB- P'»* 3-ne*m rabin and '* acre 

bailiroom with Tilei floor and oaetui star Mree-rectta auiie up. with Pembroka bath *' room ilwrco bungatow tocaied in ciir 6)1*6 

lu'llliy rMm wllh Titei fVor Auaebad Pull b^meni *1U» automaiu- oontreHed off Oak Bay Aeanue comniiarnt targe II View Royal 4-r»om wh 'e ttdar 

.“‘o .... near CADBORO bay road ™ *®“°| :: 



a ROOMB. rSDAR BMAKSh 



Mr Craig. ■ 6667 



CTQHA " Mra Cooner 0 1166 

5/OUU very romnari bui^galew in thu t-ooper. o ijdt 

popular dit'rirt targe ileing-room w'M B 1613 HALLMABK * CO B 1611 
' hardwood door and open ftreplare. 3 good )m rantrai iibt* eoa v... ■. 



rveninea ri*aui*,Dr Krepiace n U v 

1*. .. .. .. ” windowf etira toilet end 

Mr NalUn^k. 0*^6 _ high haaement Aaiomattc I 

Mt McDonald B 1649 'hot. air lurnarc Pull pGte 

Mra Cooper. O 1366 B 7466 >No agent, pltaae • 



Hentllaior ItrepUce ROW lAmerirat.. Oli-O Mai|r healfhg III MI6 

windows etira toilet end alhk to fnil *-*W>v*rdate 6-reo«o aeml-bur<a*lciw 
high haaement Aatomattc ba: water with haaement 66 S60 

I®'"®'* ^>1 Pdre 610 666 Phone t6 Cordua Ba. 4-roum alwrro bun- 



gaiow. . acre of land 16 6*6 

t6 Gorge Waiartroni 3 a<rei and 

3-room stucco bundsluw. 67 660 



676 VATEfl BTRin 
PHONBB ft lltl and K471I 



HIGH QUADRA 
SELECT HOME 



$2150 CASH $2150 



BERNARD & CO. 

B 5316 

HIGH QUADRA 



Ptir a charming oaiall bongalww rrf fasr 
room* In a superior area Pull baaegtom 
aliarhed garage TWO LOTB 1 ca 

Batortea ikh me-'ihty 50 I Jw 

Aak far Mr Ri'tsen — Ntghia O 63)Vf 



Just compiried atto eery altraciiee D *316 
llo<<« hunaalow (lonat.iing o( eniranca’ 
hall, living room with orvpiace. diuing- 
room. klirnsD. two brdrooma and bath- ' 
room hardwood tloora Pull cemanl . 
hMemeni. Duro.d roof. J ||^500 



VALLANCE & SAWYER LTD 

O 6313 616 BROUGHTON O lA)l 



Member. VM-torid Real Baraie Board 



STEWART CLARK & CO. 

iMauiuer Real Biiat* Board el Victoria) 



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STEWART CLARK & CO. 

• Member Real Biiale Beard n( Vlctanai 



Vary aiiracuy. rai.ch-aG>e etbccobun- 
galeo to choice )«caliwn. Pteoi plan 
eansiata of large living-room, dtoinn- 
room Mreamitoad fcu^n and nook, 

IWU bedroomi and a-pieee haMroom. 
laundry room, hardwood (tonra OIU 
4>-ld*Tir HOT WATER HEAT Sepor- 

;^i':;r.r . $to, 5 oo$ 795 o 



NO BASEMENTS 

BllANO hkW 

Bh.>T uP LUl'biHIjCliuN 

v.e hate tire vary aurarLyc (our-ro»ui*d 
ii«/u>ee auh dinind-r-uuk* ull LeaL to idea. 
|locau»h. m price range trora 

$7350 to $8500 



Thu beautiful ui'ra-modatn home 
6 room* and uuiity on hra'ed. 
Ideal torailnn Pull deiaila too 
numeruu* le manllan By appoint- 

$10,500 

Pleaae Aak for Mr. Waude 
Byenlnga and Bondara. P6ITT 

FIVE-ROOM BUNGALOW 
$2000 CASH 

In add)' ." iH the uaual fca'uret, 
ih.. he' * haa 

t. A lull cenrrcif d'.-Il b.gh 



i hardwood (lonr and open ftreplare. 3 good )d7 Centra) Blot t96 View Bi BBQUIMALT 3-room aturen bungalow. 67 

i^r,hT.r*pC;w;«e'n," 5 :!:;m^^ . . or pour room. «t. ootoe * 7 ;®^®-*- «- 

Inere garage ai’d lautiitrv iiiba Bnmetermal I *“ 

-I’.T.T >" purn..cr 

-V '.S $6500 — 

HAWKES FOSTER, LTD.-^i:! $3400 - „ ST.“iX, ,1 



till DOUOLAJ iKear The Bay 



13 666 CABII HANDLBS 



Bwan Lake dutrtrt modern etmi-bungaloo. /oomin. h*ZZI' 
four tear# old. l.yuve-rnoMbhaa ope* Rre- 
po-e. cab.net klirhen witB breacfaei nowK. 



$3400 

Reyen-rwombd houM }u«i off HUlaide 
t ;^M full Murmeei and retra plumbint 

.bun«>iM ^® *®l* . Would make good duplei or 



HAULTAIN DISTRICT |««iw»,.r«uon WAOnn .• “** AUcikw j iMdCMuna nc.- »a*er 

^D HOOhB -PLCB OPIKMnUNITT »•«»>« •» $6800 ^ nV 4 ii?Sr%U* 5 SJJS pc"j;‘U‘" ••rVr*oU.t . $8400 

PGR RBVDIUB I HOU.YWOOO CREB/.XHT •“f,® ,*P un"h*tru<"cd Vtoa oowd ^ "Terma*^ arVanged 

Three year# old, itucw aeml hunealow. I {?, 1 q?,ur*Klt^h?^’*‘^*^U a^^ oulouUdtoi^a “Alex' **** $7950 •'"’® “ X»« >naa. OMT# 

rtsHffui dawu bIuk fnviraBiFF« kBLikPcuifB 2 oimk noisn te* iMim %\ BiMt ^ ^ sr 

btdN.onu np ?M»I b4wm#nr, HA pl|w4 ftrtTttam Ktfr^ 9 R O DAUIT M CO. LTD Lftif# 

&^“'r^or;*t!rck-“'*^ *” Voc'/^^ f&rpTLto.-. «** .rr;.rc.'[“‘ ruv’j;.r u^'x^i 

immediate pwa<egtmn baM>me,.l hpl-air furnace. drl*e-ln gar..— — i ' Term, arranaed 

age Prke . .... . 



two hedrooma down, gne up full eoaemni’ 
and II A furnace Cloee U achoel and 
iranap rution d-konri “ 

Bargain prired at $6800 



biwmbing 
oupki or 

$7000 



Beoninga 

Maodaky. 


Mr 


Vml. R66I4. Mr 


Dr- 


Bb*e4 


Mr Ma'OoM. net 


. IVVR 




Mr 


Teder, B U)d 





BMALL PAKM 



ROOM BTUfCU OUhi,ALOW' LAI...I 
Uving • loaai op-n t'leptnr* eii-i-ic 



Dgn: to a oua tint wlihie Me i«pinai kluiutt i btdHMi'na llci- »a*er 



haarment with 


driyc 


-in garaga 


Utim* mom 
kli'hen. 


eltb 


tuba 


•If 


b "iv -opally 


eu-c 


aod 


liigb 


locaiiM. wlihtn S-mile ciirk 



Idittoo Por quirk 

ask 

Immediatt pwa<ega>wb 



a T katou'a Bid* inraancti r:;"r* - —u*-— •A^m «.■••»* 

Byvnlngi Phene B 6334 klirhen full remrni laMmeht. oyQf\f\ 

IhiU price 0Ri« 500UU 

. I Term, arraneed 

TWO BPSCIALB . ■'*'6 Nrvwn — Sienliiga, O 4114 

«-Bsriuaive— Pairfleid Twg Min HAROLD W PranN 

.".sr. .r . ’ v““ “■ 

A leally pice Iiee-rwom bwneak>tr I B 66 I 3 - Byenlnga. O 4671 

ihruwfh halt, nytng-room. family- 1_ 

alie dlDlng-rtoar two large bed- 1 ' — — 

$2000 TMIB 



NORTH DOUGLAS 



• Xaay lertnai 



$9750 



EXCHANGE OR SALE I OAK BAY | Btentngi and Sundara. Albion |7)Q 

$7950 $7950 a h»* • roimed atucen btnisulow enoata'ing 

We have a etlem to the Oootalee diairtct nied diafit|-room. ihruugh he'!l*'>we''wX> H. A. ROBERTS LIMITED 



pull nice, or PZGAA 

nea' offer xOJuU 

Please A*k (Of Mr Rogare 
Btaninci and Sundara. Albion |7)Q 



Nrw t-inum atucm tningaiew Quiet, ae , I'OCATORB KBALTT CO 

eluded Puli baarmmu NA healing Xn- ^ Wheeler 36t Central Bldg 

ir*i rr ha'I, livtne-nmm wiilt nrmlaee. PbMie 0X314 Rea Phnaw 0 6116 



TWO BPCCIALB 

MA-Xsriuaive-.pauflvid Twg Min 



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dlnella, redar cloeeta, four.plere Pembrnito 

bathroom Oarage in baaement. aUo rrF raamr*''A'i5 ^TTA 

Plate to p'.aateywd baaemeni, rumpus room. , 

,^ick PoaaeMlon Terma C 1 0 DOrV* A J->IOOM BUMOALOW WITRI meiii with new ’p|| . 

J I w,vvLT’ «\ annroMw Pull baaemeni aod good I®* Rrparate 

furnace oarage La* isaeg ti gM raan garggt Clear tlUe 

• •JU hsn^jf /\ M amm m 

KFMMFTW 1 DAVI$ ,puji p«ce . $3750 il 



I *• •«»«"« « r« '.‘Jm2?t"kit?;i5rHtob“ML«v^^^ »»» DOUGLAS BT. -OPP. *TBB BAY' . 

•* *h« I4U®*- dnJJfin girilS Tarm. tin! PRoKl B3197 



and IraMporUilan Bntraoea hall. Uv- mn- 
tng-Toom. dtoinf-room. modern kitchen. > 
g-plece haibroem and two bedrooms I UGiig-raom with nreolaee and oak (Ipor 
' Pull rement baaemeni. hot ^ir heat ' Dtitlng-room teak floori 
toeeUeni view The price on this home' Cabinet Ulchen <lt)ed' 

Bae baeo redoeed roaaMerably end lei Two bedroome 
oiceneni vahaR P*mc/\ Threo-pitca bnihroom 

Hodured PGM . 5 /t 3U' Tun hatemeni wuh rui 



be arranged Immediate 
poaaeaaton _______ 



$8500 



PROKf B31P7 

(Member H the Real Balate Boordi 
TTB COYBR BRmra OOLUMBU** 



KENNETH J. DAVIS 

Real Bstaie and Ineuranee 
‘X ' Camphed Bulldtot 
1636 DOUGLAS BTRXrr ■ I 



gargg. Clear iiu. $6950 ^ $3250 

n » Bteliuive - - City Baoulmall .. . . 

border CASH RX^UIRBD gt too *"•*' Moua$ Newteo dlttrici. Thm 

Nke-appearlng nicw-room rewnu* Bubgah/w ran'l he heawn Full baao- 
hjmt. Pour roowu for owy»*r. iPf?*, X6»®f« VUw la tho 

Three-piece both we ToUet down **®'.'* ^ ®e the Peotniwla Too erraa 
Part eemcni baaestont with hot'!**** slopa. with many lovely 

and eold water Uncomnletod wugNood tmoe p i r\ oc/\ 

bulldtot eaclooed with full^bnwnl ^ •***• $ 1 0r250 

bjammebl Two Into Prult treat I -rtn ornMv >«Ate-w 

BleeptMoal vahia. V THE BfDNBY RBALTT 

Total prtea 55 vCaJ' Phone 961 • Rau . 3P4M 



CASH »I1L HANULX THIS 
new 4-rvom aiueco bwspalow. 
Twe nice lotg. eorber locoilon. 



,$4700 edlolTn; 

J-piec* hath In 
' dIatGrt 



—1*0 463— 4-room buogaio* and' 
adjotning garage Lovely lot I 
eih In heauiiful Laha Xtll 



BERNARD & CO j 

Member Real Belato Board ot VktaGa 
IP PORT BT. PRONE B 6)lf 

NIghI Caila; B BMP G 6tM 



REVENUE 

$ 25 Q 0 TO HANDLE 
FAIRFIELD — CLOSE IN 

atX-ROOIg OOBBT NOME within a few 
minuiee’ walk of downtown and to Weal 



Threw-pieca bathroom 

^n hatemeni wHh rumpue rooag I 

DGve-in garage' 

R A beat taawduatl CTP 

Chicken raep ^ 

CMd frame Rea! 

Tbit home etanda an a ITkltr tot to lawn. 
vegelahlee and (ruH. Law tatet. ... 



pk^CA— Nn 4gg— Pwnr-room hongalow. 
-PM/ ^V/ bamment, turtiaee aad garage 
Good lot and fruit ums This bauaa u 
I rtoae to aad to eery gwad eondiuon 



STEWART CLARK & CO. COWICHAN BAY I GENTLEMAN’S RESIDENCE $7050-".;...’, ‘.'./"S,? r?-'. 



In the event of an aarhange our cftenla 
Irequiro an old-eiyk i to t-roem hnuae In i 
I the Oontaka area rwaao n ahly close to Ibe I 
iMargarei Jinklna BrhMl Ii 1* lmpe*o- j 
M«e that Lha howae haa three hodrooms ] 

$7950 $7950 

BXCHANGB OR BALB 

A i 



Xatata Morigagm 

314 Pimherioo BMg 



General 

tnourance 



1 Pimherioo BMg Phone O 1633 

Xveninga 

Mr HcppeU. B itll. Mr Waife, i 4)36 



HOMES OUR SPECIALTY 



/U*T UVIBD IDDAV-Reul good l-room ‘ 
buDgalow. eompteiely redocoraiad ibrnugh-! 



ssr:.iv..E”ar Ji'; "rS-iJssiSTEWART clark & co. isi 

'•■'VinnSl ««*■ ■■..'■■ui.r. «««•« J55QQ 



porucutora. pkoM rail I6r Patrkk. B 31#t 

CITY 

$2000 TO HANDLE 
IMMEDIATE POSSESSION 
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FfTB4kO066 ROIbOAtjOW with full base- 
mept gpd hel-air pipeg furnace Larto 



REAL tOTATt, orHBBAL INBURANCB ,6;®6«"»« A good but tCCAA 

MORTGAORB 5:>5UU 

I On taay term. 

314 PBMRBRTON RLOO Phone 0 113) •„ ^ ^ 

641 Unikn. Iiatvd with ua Wadnaadat 
•vwwtMcto morniog and aoht yealerdav far eaab LU4 

pvKinmon. ,*0, home, with laa today, *e vrii them 

Mr Reppaa B I67g Mr Wolfe. B 4316 tomorrow * 



Bkcep'lonaUy Dm country home, 
aituated gn I term af grounds wuh 
heauitfully laodscaped iawna and 
gardens that will dellghi iht heart 
of tha moat diarrlnunatlng garden 
lover The bungalow of 6 aparioua 
rooma la nf rwatic Pdlng egtarior. 
la wail aeclpded y*t cIm# to traiu- 
poriailon and aetvtrea Thta fully- 
modern home baa aitrocUvo and 
inviting entrance hall with Htted 
cupboard tpore. leading to largo 
liyint-room featuring on mob- 
atrvrted eiew •( the bav and moun- 
Ulna. 9 bedrooms. Pembroke both- 
room end kliehen Pull rement 
bavemen' wuh *arttollv‘eomg;e'ed 
guea, auiie Oll-O-Maiic air ren- 
dlttonod hearing One of the finer 
hornet in the duirlrt atiractlvely 
iBdred (nr immediate Mk 



naw WAV m,AM v - ■■ - rooma end dinette Pinlahod 

OAB BAY- Pin* J’*®*** home. MMUilng y«oo* u buaemeM Baanieh. Low taam 
af entranra hall, drawtng-room with gran- 

Ua fireplace. Urge dining-room, modern p w aane-mw a «v* 

klieben, all no mam floor, baihroom and 

4 bedrooou UMUlra. HARDWOOD PtOORB •^•61 «36 JMmaon BlrMt I 6MI 



I in MAfN ROOMS Cemet.t baaemeot wi'b< 
|he(-air turnare. eeparata garage Imrge. 
laeriuded lot One af the better type older 1 
haeeee and aituated to A! POCrtA 

lerotlen PGre ITJUv 

I FAIRFIELD 

nSST TLMB ON TUB UARKVT — Im- 



Xreninda Call 

Mr Michael. B 6)34 or O 6166 



Pull ParUcnlare ot - 

B A RUMBBR LTD 

l»6 BroM Street Bmptra 63A3 $5250 

After Roore Can furnore ( 

Mr Roll. 0 16X6. Mr Baker, o tm I 

Mr Qolneey. fl g»64 Plair 



PITS ROOMB wm WOfUCBROr 

euy.* Ooog locaUen 
PoG cement hoovmenl and 
furnore Garage IDnMe rvaawo lor aoU- 
Ing. Law lateo tarelient aepnrato wort- 
ahop Boom urma 

Pleoaa Call Mr HawhM ■ tWt 
nr Wenliyga^ O lilt 
RAWKBB PORtXR. LTD 



ler Hienaei. B 6)31 or 0.6161 , X'lCt 4-BoOM BUNUALOW IN tPLBN- HAWXtB PORTBR. LTT) 

- A* did randiuos to good nelghhorbood 3*>* Doug laa fli Phono B till 

Tirw «ALTT LTD ■*'»" *6850 

#UO-fW groae rlui I rownu fee taro- 

\ BMALL ROUX IN TRB HIGB-CtJUM 5®*'^ ®*'*®*^ D^*® »• AerwratoR 

gr»up Th« heauUful Uttie home u ROUE AND. DUPLEX ®®^ ***• ®®^ toenwd ctoaa to town, 

to tho Gorge oren and If U a a amail home d kNLY A PSW YEARS OLD. thta optiau* . Yerma, _ 



nSST TlMt ON TUB UARKVT — Im- u» tho OorM oran aito K U s a amail home | |NLY A PEW YEARS OLD. thta artieoe l”*”*!, ^ 

marulaia l-rwum bungalaw wUh tall rvment >*w *re loMing for A* would e Z 1 /\A ®**6 well-bulU home atondi on anna- f 'Pknm C^l Mr Hawkae. B 6161 , 

basement, aeporaie garage HARDWOOD do weU to toaparet lb U one «0 I UU Imawir TRKXB-QUARTBR* ACRE af gar- HAWlflBl"pS«T^* L^ 



hl^^B^d^fn^perlm'i^wgllloif * *“**• fc«'*6*I«» with baao- ^1 *”attr‘oVt^ draVTng*rS2 D oJgtoa"»r 1^61 

and Gtuated on quiet, boule- a,QQQ eat^'^Ur^'^i’irrM^nHi 'fC- OPP« HVYl Txi 

raided aireei PGre l/UUU ^ $5500 ** 6»"*"*-r»o«. also g $9500 bMi 6-raom bungatow ihgt haa 

I I breakfast nook eooy den with flreplaro. boon offorod to many yeara High uty 

, PRICB 63.666 handlaa P»r rani enloe to the JaWlee dlatrlG h i*® ®®6**®m* 6o«n. alaa a sunroom. aod loraUaa AUrartlve appearance larM 

, g-roont aemi-bungalow. baae- I3**® four-roomed aiuccw bungalow T»ue ie *-P**<e Mihroem OfL-O-MATTC heat- rooma Juat prewar buUt limoa * ScoU. 

coent. famare and dGvv-ln earate ® comfortahla and aiuactlvo honm, withi ‘?X_ wpeUire. comptoie enitr of fuur IM Pemberton Building BilX) 



CR. LTD 

PHOA# BI76I 



$ 11,000 



ment. famare and dGvv-ln earate 



aoid yv»lerdav (ar^e*h**ui4 H. A. RobCPtS (DuHCOn) ^ /“AKjni CCC DCAITV 
wuh ua today, w« veil them ^ wnwwwrw mwrr McCANDLESS REALTY 



66 XBNNmi nWBBT 

Phone Duncan 964 



,644 PORT BrRRXT 



PRONE Bill) 



THE CITY BROKERAGE 



loll boeement and drive-tn garage Thu * " ■ » » (fnrmorlv rented at IM per aaostUu: — 

u Ptcepuanai value mc'y/N/n ®>^ ^ tpkMftd roodiuon. wuh eaGyltiAAA CABR DOWN AND 6U PER 

at $O.JUU P®— M elon tmraied In the Mount Tolmle A ■ vA/U motiUi handka a noai and 

dUiPkt oGih an eireUent a * ^ aAA it Uagford Contalna (ivo 

YIBW BBAtrr LTD »)•• P»1eo . A I OrUUU £®^ ^®f. (®ondaiton PuU _prw«. 

Ill* U^.;^ Btrem PhoM^l, &'?«.*♦** VrUt."*B%Vr. 



R J Dupont 



RALPH R. wn^ff 



Phone B4N||^ Pembenoo Butldiag PhotM B*gl3*^**^' 



tow Haa eoment feundaiton PuU _prw«. 
*9 366 , CaU Mr PMter. Howhqg Phner. 
Ud. t|)6 Oouglaa IRraot, BII61 levoa.. 



ss?^sno?^^i^ is;;lTHE kingscrest arts. »t*«*HARo rmiYrr « 

room* t^^^tenrthl hedmam^LARniTklt- | Ml VANCOUVER BT AT XOUTHOATX YknaP .Phone M.- Jamea. O 

ghen wtih dining aparw S-pr* holh Smaii 

loi. driew-to foroge a gwod bom* with i * 

K!5!a‘VTa,lT **' .souea for aak In this ultra-modem «• 

E"’*’ ep®rimanL eovoring an are* et al- 

B66HI Pan PMeo A* f\J\J uMtot #no arre 



A TTRACTfVB BBQUIMALT BUNGALOW, 
e V near e*a. bonchea and park* H H A • 
bum 6 good rooma lull haatmeoi, good- 
tited dtolbg-ropm Uvtog-rowm. haa lull 
Plato glaaa mirror, (im gleciric lanoe 



Borhator t-hodroom and •-hodroom luitea 

HAWKES FOSTER, LTD. SSLi"* 



THIS IS AN OUTSTANDING 5 f.S° 9 >S:,L-r",“*.l ,£ |'H 

I BUY! ”**'■*'" *** I'M thiM ?«TM»ui-i 

♦ ZCAA -^^OWtMALT -Brand new 4- -*^?**. 

Six rooms $6500 mom •luora bungatow. |w« Biredi'oilM* 

r a rsVUfVtD bodfo-ma liytog-mom wuh ftraplaaa hard- — ^ 



Bveningb Mr Scott. Q >666 
CADBORO BAT 



OAA “ - ROOM OOTTaoI — 

9 I .UUUwater iighi tot N t 194. twg 
htoeka tram P Q.. mia, stwrea lip Hoogawe 
Bead loff Penit BnaSt. Langford. 



r;ii“k VrS? 'S'-r 

'TroaT tVito *»d garage^^^^had lg4a m 



1X16 DOUGLAS rntBST PGred From 6) 666 nuh monthly aeaeaa- 

menu at Ww a* gM per moMh rwvvring 
M«ra heot, power. iMurwnee. Jenliar 
eervlea. ete. 

Reedy far poaaeaaton aoGy Bwenig 

OAK BAY — HOT -WATER MW mn? laapertion for 

>■ tholge m eutt* 



HEAT _ 5 ROOMS 1 '--.I 

^QAC\f\ YULL PRICV Hnrdoaod noart 
90^\JU thro ng heat to thte lovely . 

UOOBRH gtneeo home Anaohod garage. CROV 

Ptarad m a good reetdontial arva ihw 
family home orfora a large Mvtog.room 

with tUod niwptare. c*nire hall tGUi twa ^ 

hedroomt. PambrwAe bathroom and ruHt^^ *Y 

aoMnet kilMtan. wtnd For alariGe range. 

Itoding oTT It Over the aitgelied garage 
t hooutiFuMy Pnlohed hedrooan or dea wuh 
hardwood floota fM-oaier redlatom |« ' • 



Open foe Ineperiloo 1 to I PM OMIy | 

CROWE & CO., LTD 

Tarkehire Bldg 

)7 PORT XT B mplrv Tilt 

Bvoninmi Bmptre 1166 



Ciy ROOM** ^OJV/Vj room •luora bungatow. |*« 

WCOCA- A comtorUMe home for a iM-rurvtD bodfooma livtog-mom with ftreplaaa ttariJ- 

(K«ia?.‘*'^J’“L-:i!li;r**’: ,T'‘ *• • *®«> »®®»‘*«*. moiPkiek rem.A.kd **‘^*^‘ « 

* aia***fc!ii k.ithen . ,,,,,1,0, bondllioo *niref room* ’♦*®'®' 

alto Iking-rWHU with nrepfwea, dining- . _ ci*»i awrua n^,to 

Pwlj batoment enameled k irfllrr tug*, hwt **®m "** eek (lowr* 6rtn)*ce full bote- 
#qc/V^- NORMAL ACROOL AREA A air heat This home u rompkioly Far- 

«OJUU Ptee-aite Fim-room boma. "Uhed with b rauttlut (urniuirr ruaa and , — k— — — • . .. 

ean'atnlng nvllig-rowm dintog- floor roveringt T»l ran M seen a> our I?? dlnlng-rowm Hardwood Doorv to main 

G«o*. two hedroon* >Mte* «*®<* •eporai* garage Good tot with f . T Mount Totmk mwoii ou-huming renlni heal Beadvl **'^7 w * 

aiik. eahinei hi-rnm. fail roncrrie j»eevral fmu uwta Yaw van otove into earn primu oecuponry in ton daya TvroM to ro- TbOdBU 

haaeiMoi Ahewi half Mth will ihk compteiplv fumlahed QTCAA ** PUWtJ oany. m y w«n/\ 1 rT^ 

ha..dk (tome immadioiek for 5/DUU - - CA^On * High 



lUTMALT -Brand new 4 - namhanni.. ttAiM t .a iao« bgach and Iraniportallon Per oaGlmlara **»*•••• Are Mdpev V 4 . 69666 

, .iuom ^atow. iwq putoT o 6 IM o«y*ntmant * * 36 , Ak. iMirahM larM btoMhM ' rnTT uia m 

• ipom with ftreplaaa ttariJ- — — leu i xS 7 fiP 7 . -Vw 

Mnei ktlrbeo OU-O-Madr 4 YTRACTTVt BUNGALOW. 4 ROGKB 1 1 ?;: Mme l#»mg 

• h and dining apar*. l*.Mt taah bnlaitee tJRACnCAU-Y NBW ANTTBTTC gnriaR. *'*» P»N®*r Bond 



64 660 at 646 11)1 Piniaytag Avenue • 

OAXLANOB Brand new ^ — 'r 

moeem e-riMm bwmiato* twa ]a 

•ek ftoor* 6 reM*ce full bote- BHQUIMALT ' a 



atdint bungalov— Peur rooma. 
m and hufe garage to mate* 



•MXMi SBMl-BUBOALOW nilBWI 
gtoiroar m altar apoea on I atre M 



roiw anw mrge garage 10 match, not- «e gtoiroar m altar tpeea on I atre 
wote^ hewing Prke. 67 tM ball raML'kod It nitito ww Phone BoBnadt ipo 
hatanca glS a month. Ifictwdint Uttereat — ■ — . — — 



M RAND-WBW PfVB>R 006 i BT U f'CO Dl at 4 SX Blluated ai U 77 Pear Street q-ROOM ROUBB WITW WRY OOOtl IN. 
modem doaign, wllh "L' ahapel Bvlng- * 3 * ®* heme all day Batorday and O romv glAgg Will tahe othwt prwpeny 



y.if, ) Bbodav. and otitdr daya after I oalort. to emhoAge B 4694 

Sr^iT T» wAimD TO n'r^^flroriir!r 



lAit far MR PtJ W IXR i 
'Xyrnlaga B IIPXl 



■Or bouse eon he pwtchaaad without 
fwmtlara ■ 



HAWKES FOSTER, LTD. N. H. CAUFIELD 



Q 

696 YA 



11)6 DODOLAB VrRSfT 



Btibt m PamhwriM BMg 



E. E HEATH 

’ATVi PRGNB BSm ■’•41 

tnaumage 

R»«l Saiate Notary PtMk 

Nteht Phonea o 93t3 dr B 4644 „ 



PuU pGot only «U^V/U rwwma 'throe hodroonu gnd baihroaaii np A CAEN BUTBM roik OAX BAT 

JOHN GB 1 XNWCX 9 D haeemeoi *Hh ngw gll-Goal funueo bwngatowa oa foRowa One targe g. 

X 7 g 4 l INI Bread Bt Rome, t * 1#7 — IMl* 

r>RO«BBCT LAXB BUNGALOW ARP W- , ! 2 SL *■ '®^ 
j 1 aere amnir prwpeny fat dwmtoet pe aTTlli*. 

jmiLo DinnicT | ;-Y 

, «T. „o co««rT ”zs,.r.s '-2:1 r^rs^^ssr js ist 

wuaga^ Haa Uving-rwam with fir*- <twing-mam, iwa beftfogmi giM uUMn. **•■> PMaw ftve na d pBama reS WIR to* 
touae. I badrooma apaMaai mtonei kit- lowr-mwe l^amkiuka balLrawm ^rwuMt *P ®®6 MWMdtotoly 

Chen. )-pc* botbiwem. oak IMwra ihruwgB-l hal) PuO kaannint hoi-air fnmge* Mr e. ■ w - 

wwt Pun oemem batomem with Igragta iModgm anwtoi* kltona» with tlk atoX — " 

Gwod garden tat with 7 fruM trwei Ctaor Ce^r pipoa Utrewii^wi BaB grw LAND Q INVBBJMBaFY 



■mo to re- T>q«BXSB 10N PSRBOANT 

$fS$nn *■ •chew. lamilT I 

BU^V/V rooma throa tedrMm* ooW 



JUsiLXB DtrmtcT 



roema Twrma aftered Pleaae rnH I 
TMhMIU)^ 0X07 Rvening lOmcw 



QUEENSWOOO 



ter idWaUtog /me , Atunruve amM-hwnwotow df aevwa rooma 



ESQUIMALT 

N^R -nn NATT TARDR 



GOOD FAMILY HOME e "“2 QUEENSWOOO I . ESQUIMALT X*"dwL“**ci; 2 ’J?l. ST *** 

$ 6500_.$1250 CASH CLOSE IN . Cnrttra;*f)^ 7 e^.h.to.tow - mvm IL"Z.LT.w. gnr- rLTETT, 

lssrB<a-’nr.*'‘ithTii-a^ — *6Soo LVurtt^ SHjS: i:z. :si,». yn* t*^**™- 

P?T ,-*** ctoffkTtwi mi on torto me Tml.luD, dWtonied , ;;;«!ntov " 11 ^ 1 ; '%L*S* , «-v.OXM 6 .B»m 

S 6000 , 2 !SS <to.vwtoe..tohmn,Me ,««*. _ __ _ >**m. 



dtolhto 

WIR to* 



owt Purl etmem baaemeni with lutnMe | Madgm eo 
I Good tarden let wuh 7 frwM trwei Cteer Peemer pi 
title Taaee <en)y 4)4 Sue 1 4 * o a right at MM# ec 

the dem owed terma la o ae\e/\ Chorke. 



pipee thrwu^wi MB 1 
K reweonagk offer 4 M 



THE BZ LAND W i Ng w ni topyey 

AOBwrr LTD 

•M Ofwmmgwa Ba a 



«e worn uwen le^ to VAOV’^ Owtompmwi Ba OgtiX 

reamineihk PitB prtoa N^“5U j.|^ . moom WTTR BABB- ~ ' 

ObmUL BBAt.TT , 6^ mewl ew ewe gere o6 towd to Meet- A 

«• « wow .to-a xxi S1.15. •SSl.-a: 



OCUT lOmee. atldli. 



HAWKES FOSTER. LTD. 

IBM DODOLAB BIMDI 



GOODSELL REALTY 



• hnnai B 10t— Rgg.. 0< 



strwetton Bagomani. Mmaaw and t®rode I 

JltluTtotw « $6850 PRiCE . 



Cwwvnwfewi to hwa rwwto. qnlnd. 

>RiCE ..... $ 18 , 000 ; $^500 

I H Whittome & Co . Lfd.! ^ MILLER & CO. 

I IdXg OOTBRRIfBNT BY PNOWB O • 



A s, miller 



rwTT xtx mooxi aaxfS-BDNOALow I . — **•••■ 

thm htolrwetoa Uemg-rwam rwMdoh 



P^eri^ Bor. n«h Qwo dv a nr Hha 
(Mid ProtoM alianiii* m — — aaHa 



iBiraea BXBO-I. 



* Oe.. tAd. M14 BeimB 



roM kurBavi koBR-M mgWiatda wtOliTl - ■ ' — — 

fwmn. ihrm piawa hdihrwgm kwesammt new kJO BOOM RODM— PWOWI AND BACK 
Ntoad iMt-otr fumnoe dGve-in gamps etraet awer p af.- 9 b>**B*®. pdawmMow! 
I Nka gaeden Prhw gx XXX Bodw lerato • BawtomWev )X Tit PiJriXi dtroat 



OOTBRRIfBNT BY 



'^A>DN-IN PTIRNWRBD B1ROOM POR 



TP-AND490WR ODPICX 



- ! vrp-ANB 

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A 6 OXk X-nOQXI BVWQALOW Of ANT 
Good gm aik t Nawiwakgy akw gp 
:wMM awd bwt No ggnaM. Bwg 4X67. 
jCadowM. 

A IX UtOKWO POD A 9 OM X-BBtoDOXB 

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•lM>ut 140P. when the tam« 

ukftl nDOther* 

By laOt. Berciny * "®Wp of roai^" 
«h>ch ww r«fvtnt«d In 1174. pot U' 



Setw^ej. Febrnary S, 1M9 



Mudet. local director of Nattona) 
Employment Serrlc*. eaid ynterday 
"While the number of male ap- 
pllcailone for maploymcni ehovfd 
an increaM over laat week.' Mr. 



One Man Hurt, | 
Eight Cars 
Are Daniaired ; 



WA.NTkO TO BVT— ifOI'flF.S 7f WANTED TO BCT— HOl'SCS 



Council B.,C Eleci 
To Talk To Spend 

On Arms 



WANTED IN OAK BAY 



Curtails 
Outside Jobs 



' («r r*«»bickblr awd«r« h««n« »( f»yr 

toem **>11 fe*k«/n*sC, i« M* Ttl a * 

C«d«r HUI Kanh g^ad/a at J<4 LiI«i di*- 
trht K>irn*a aiuK ba a (air uaa. at 
ha»« naak II yaar haaM ha* ih»«a r>* 
|u<r*a*nu j>;aaaa call tl* Daaaiaa Ha«kat 
(aciar at B net ar Uiia aiaiunt. ai o till 

FsCHkt AHAIVVUJ rBOM'OTTAWA Bf- 
' <ma*nr* M Oah Bar Brlra 

Ml Ui aceaad lie MO l L«<.r<K".» 
ttal aparlatu acaamaoda'laa In prrfrrani* 
1 * enodara d««i'n Bo' mero U'aa IJ 
rtan «W. Caii Vieteria Bcaiir. Ktll« 
77& Tataa eieaai 

1 /<K)un<AL 7 A VO ooRoilifeio^Kjne- 
^ faur roaB4( aar.lM aa •>**• C’lani 
« t ear a* ia M 1M lar taaanaaliT m«* 
oro (oar raena a d aaroo* m M>iuiR>aii »> 
Oarta. claa* t(« iraoaporiaU'ia A* at 
ha*t }aa: ao!4 UUa ca'<'V>saa* har* i.* 
raquttra MaMatoa Mt la'or ilun a|ar<’h 
le, and Mcfcrahlr hafara lh» rr.a a( r>i - 
marr. if »«ur luima ta for a*'* anri »•>•* 
ihoaa rt«<nraa«nu. pifaa* aa i Mr D”'<«laa 
Haaku a'. Haaeka* PM *r iada* ai 

• liei ar (hi* avanlnc a< O klU. 



j Adveree weether ronditlom heve 
curuiled moet ouuide employment 
• u thu week ckccpt for » few order* 
Ml. for Mkow ihoieleta. Thu work vlU 
be of than duration. Cherlee A 



»• rROPERl y »UR BALE 



and dtht care damaf d In fl\e »cei- *wm. uua. 

dente eeueed by Icy etreeu la Vic- tourne a*kt 

tona and t^aanich yeiierday. accord- w.*w«r-i «« , 

in* to police reporta. ^ Heywo^ «. ^ 

aeor,e L. Cml*. U« Wetlall Are- «pto«Uon m a 

mie. wae treated for knee and noie Pi^r lor reciprocity. wheUier « 
injune. followln* an accident at Bay who co^ 

and Wllaon Streete at t pm. Idea, Into *ml for hie mill, 

Poltee uld hu car ikidded on the apparent aUualona t 

Iry aiirface and atruck a telephone proverb In bli playa. euch 
pole He «M uken home by Pr«l foltowln* Uocs In -TweUth t 
Bur»cy, 574 David Bimi. "Fut oft *ood tunia 

About $«5 danufe wai rauaed in a ^ ahufCed off with auc^ 
car driven by Cheater H Reynolda,! current pay: 

Pitllord Harbor, when in colltaion »ui. wve my worth, aa i 
with a Bianlch municipal inowplow^ cotiadence. firm, 
cm Glanfnrd Avenue. The plow U Ycni ahould find bevter dea 
operated by Joaeph H Brooka. 3869 'HtitMM hy Tha »«u ayoaicaia 
Oorte View Road. ■ ~ 

Cooalderable dama*e wa* cauied t ■ II Cf 

to a vefetahle truck driven by Chu 
Min*. 415 St. Chariea Street, when 
In coUiilon with a taxi driven ea.*' ^ 

on Vaiea Street, between Douflaa 
and Btanahard Slrecta. A 

Taxi waa driven by Chariea H De ■ — 

Lure. »44 Oovemmeni Street. ARranr Aiiav.i 

A car driven weat on Ton BUeet ARCADE ALLEia 

Urn In moii ' lojMaaatiAt tavriv ixAt 

^7 wa* in <^U- c*«aa aeta — ai csfi. 

aion with a c«r driven eaat on Port HartuM). raa. R*r aiMurk. «». vu 

Street by R. 8. Olsen. J783 5oinA<i ^ 

Drive, police aald e>aii a t*a*#«w-o JeitMian 

Police aUo reported a car driver, eatM 



laoua auiLDiNu Lai ib uooo d» 

/ ttMi Mat wMM watHti ti Alai 

iLEARm U/r fOH 4ALI. UB L*A«ma 
' AvMM Bban« OaleyJi* IMM. 



FARMS roR BALE 



•a-Atna rnon cajim 

orrtJATtD OB (II on -ohoobo cs 

*^ lar. Kt Ncae ein« kIIm IraCb VWMna 
erk.i r,.-auu mt laaai* •••aasarrtaa aea 
MjaaAMiiMa aMyi AM (ruu ua«a 
■Mio a*Ml tnarrMa a«4 paan mahar 
al ahoui laaeo pat »u>-B la^aCiaM 
pcaaauMta f ivt ■ rttew houaa a a 4 
Mcaaaary auiMiieinta Anaaiaa «aU ai>o»a 
faa imaaUu Brka lit «M M Mrna 
j a etmeui rHUB* kaatibo ij a 



•ooKa cucBTW 

TAKl BOriCf 

LXin A raxiuo of atx uobtm au- 
r tau la acu-miiw FAMl Mcaiae juai 
taai a( wtiv^oi *Ul M Mta ao Uva (alia*- 
ir.f Wraw 

Caab IlM. haUa.f III par »ar.ta 
Mv lowiaat rai*v'. aa arraara- 



WAttTrO'IB Cl 

moH g 



aai'ltu.** Aaasw 
ALraJO) CAAMJCUACL A CO 
Ull Bi-al eiteal. O TMl 

U Vaara la fUa! Caiaia 



SAANICHTON 



1 ,Mva-fioo)4 Mouaiua arucco auBOA- 
law nr h'' ' ha'iiaew. *i;fi (uii blih 
naat a ani IMOO ta baadt* aa«.<t <a'.Di£r 
MTBtat.U ^ dan' a«iaaa>atan. lar- 

drn lat ai>4 arciiir.i'* lu •■aaol* •tMi-tai 
Flaaaa aar M' odJJI lofritt 

niUll.. lUaaaj faaut t<A 

poft CAAit. utii^ Piiou owNa'n-j 
L badrMta bnata ^raltrahiT Macaiaa 
la Oak kay. Matt ba ra««aaabir pr>rai 
and BKVlda tarlv Maupantr. Oalr.-rt^ 
M ataa’t dot ini Calanla' 



Thraa-raa« eetui* uiaaiad aa a aaraa 
aiiarad land Biu aiaa. WiU iiada lar 

ba^ “ $4000 

uaaid aaa ari.a-a, ^ araa-r., a. 

— ■ . , , - . . — , 4,1 ahara ewankh Bai inaaU. auJiaUa far 

OH aALS~LOT. TWO dLOUCa niou narira %i;a itr auM raw Tha *. itiiUnca 
ciir tai.:r* coamairial aaM. Ma' aaoanta a( l«raaa catiat'. faad aaibui:<l- 
r. <attt BbunaOiaM taiA Inaludlrr ritcuta*aauU'Md warkabap 

iiM'i*ijrLciirTS~JA»ik*'^a» — tip hoaib4lid;-i with atyk ta bandla it- 

OB AAtC tOl iB d^he PAk_ UB „ A Uftlr ipot (ar aw jornioi baa. 

i < . W 4 ♦,th MCaMdtd tr.d lof W t® 

OOP Bt;iU>tBO LOT ron MLA. HJOB « h Tba a»i»« u^cra 

ir fior an Oakiaoda Ayanwa Apn.r rlehu fracupf an Ukla mngrnrxj far Wfa» 
I Oakland A«fBM **••' Md tarda Bai fyrtMr Infarmaiiati apply 

■ I— I. ■ — . ai Dtnca 



,^OB eALA •UIFBOVKD LOr Ot BMl. 



Darlnieiil 



Pour eieUdUclinia hAVt been Ap- 
pointed to the dtvlwun of vu*l *te- 
tlitlce in the Depextment uf ReAitb 
and WelfATd. n wu announced at 
the Leeleletlve Bulldlnir yee»erday. 

They err MiAi Pa’rlda Cowan 
BCom: Mue Jo>ce Haywood, BA., 
B.Com . Jack Rowe. B A., end 
Robert TruvU BA, all graduAtee 



loot) Houck oooo uurmirt. CAeii 



H AVI II.Md DOWN ABU CAB FAY 140 
par MaaiUi WHai na«« raoT aaa isle 
colaeiti 

I urf Youn rooecBiT' wmi howamo 
Ij a Cratf Baa. Ba<atr eai W'.adrt 
ana Vlaw Fbaaa O ttSS W* aU. tail 



MODEL DAIRY FARM 



U i'.M PAlKFiaU) OB WINL/CK 
nara Baad. *ua (tiy tarvicwa 
Ldi la laat a iza laai . 1)131 

Ml M laal i lid taai MTl 

Ma Taaaa 



M Arraa af rirb darp laani Intaatiaaly 
rulUvaiad ai.d hiably praducU*#. «aU 
(rnard and unUar-drainad. luni.tac aaiar 
ai all ua»a ta bouaa. harna and fia.da. 
Ca*B trupa frum bulha and amah fiuiu 
Krwina II 340 par arrr Uodara bvn(a- 
MM rai.'ainlna J atdtootni. Uv-nc - raatp. 
tlira.aaa. klirnar alfhA baihroaMP AU 
M-'dara pae*aai''.i:a« c*p>«> : baaaMai, 
. -I an- l42..aia Baink U.«r barPK-a. 
i' « Var>.. MaiM («i II m .rb riMf. 1 hak> 
k'l t and } b.ria I'ld^a a.I rouipprd «ua 
aa-at hovla. 3 ai’<.| i amatl and 1 ia>|a 
raMn far Kalp Iwp'.raiaBt anati C&iekaa 
Nr^aa and madarp toiulAitd dairy •clan 
A ' Id aaaer'td froU iraM llaTinf 
• naan tba awnar af tbia propa'ir far iba 
i-a*' Id yaara. *a ran a< rankly rafomBWnd 



DawaJaa Maai Markab-A Buhta. Ok 
e MaKanl. iU. jl Haii.. )ai. V Urik 
Ml M rackaao. Ml. A. > Jia 

da^dlrap. Sta. kaa# Mipit. HI. MO. IM- 

Chrtalmaa Craakata— B. Uir.ar aM A 
rdaardi. MS. F Richardaan. ail W 
Oaala. AM. •. Ciark. «M ba:Mli.ak. 34} 
■ama MUia. IM. Ilk Md-lTia 
L’atta'piM Crtrkara aoB iwa 



T CLlljei WAVT* A kiooir'- AfYLl 



1100 '' (»i r aiii 't ' 

Ur. Foaur HkVk*a P.w'ar Lid 
aMRirifi A III! 



C'.'hlMUlUAl. o.,.; 
do;<Ai> rua* UoBi iMJ..etnY 

N UH.UWBBl- CUABCK. *ahSa.%AL AJ<U 
rea>b. Avtr.iia. 71 laai a .J> laai laa*'^ 
M di C<a«r uila. 13 >4 Ai3Mariaf-a 



HAiry M On. »35 b Willow* Roed. 
plreded *noc guilty to * chArte of 
drlvtn* A cer while Iniovlceted in 
city police court yeiterdey 
On If reprc*ente«J by Jerk Rutten. 
who WM gremed an edloummdoi 
unUl TucAday for tfiel The otfeiuw 
U elleeed to here tekoi place 
JenudO' 



Ministers Hold 
Liquor Talks 
With Cabinet 



Flood Hazard 
Prediction 
Not Possible 



Uaaaiaf LawAaa'-.J Cambf aa. R 

rawo. a^? i( III. u b’uai. 3C 

A Cami.r) aai, ii Larao la* band- 

E . S3* lau.- U(aU. Tie 4,e a«k 
nna a lnp*rltl« — U Ac. ib. 4M H U* 
a>«.r au A pill* *4* I Af!*.. 

» aiara. 4< iiar.v.-ap )||, lama i-«au 
« AM 1(1. 3.a»*> 

Aoot I impar.a.i «a« ivu 



*pwo-nutu« Of AB ACBA. rwu- 

A ravcua^ i.uw« *i*n aah. aud 
I >< t.a U|»l aatar 4V«.,ai..a 

|i • . .<■.'. 1 ..^* h»*j . vaii.a cr. um . ul 

• aa*. * ua* ik. kI.-jv. ^d 

. • , at.'.ij Apf.' vanar. Ba. a 
tiukd. A-jetM* La..k:or« 



M r rutfCT HA* jctr 
q'iir»* fnpfffn al* 

'nan. «iu* i*a»a and*' a.’’'' 
M I'l <iar |tr dm Fltaa* ca. 
»' Haoaaa rotlar Lid. 
(.i> omi.. 



EAST SAANICH ROAD 

1 Arraa «ltb ac^darrid fiaw Hifn laaa* 
•M« Appraa M *ir«»ad Fami’y a-<ratd 
V«-f ■iira.’Ht I'f'.aea a'.uaca bun|*.*w 
• ti' apt''' >nr taa roama ap Full rar.'ani 
La. .mar' L*< air furnafa Thia la. aiihriit 
dauiri. ana af ibr mu*i a’ttaeWia praear. 
'iff an |Bta brautifui drl<r 



\fOPCBB I OR d<ROOU gl.'BOAlOW IB 
.’1 Oaa Bay, Fairflrld cr Barth Qkadra 
-IP IP III PM FO Act M: r*a;ar''' 



i. 13) 'R bi.aprifara 
< Rraanaaii all o 
ap. 313. ta.h* "-laia 



AUlUiAJU OLIOA 



A thri-e-Run urlrgkuon repre- 
Aenilrc the United Church In Cen- 
j straKan celled no the rrovinclel Cebmet 
a.maa.. 441. Aaoerdey to diacua Lbe Uqoot pcob- 
raaif laiau declined to eteig whA; 

•tend. If eny, the churrh w«» 

uklng. 

Or D. H THfer. prreldam of tli'* 
BrUUh Columbia Conference of the 
rhurrh. end peitiw ef We*t Point 
7**3 M ”p Orry Unit'd Church, deecrlbed the 
- i'*j'd'«-*p meeting aa an •>*plf>nu>ry. jm-c- 
Umlnary diAcuMion'' inMmAttng ibA< 
the church WAA seeking infornuitlon 



Although prccipliauon throughout 
British CcilumQlA hAi been elighUy •i'i 
higher U>An nonoAl throughout 
British CoIumbU thb year no pre- r 
diction Ad to the flprlng flood haa* 

■rd can be made now. the provincial 
Rater rlghta branch uld In Ita first 
Muiw Aurrey report yeeterdAv ,iJ 

"If iha preernt trend of preclplia- *r 
Huh oontinur* " the rer'Tt iaW ‘•J 
Ann If a normal Spring occur* there w 
•houM be no danrer of * larce fresh* 
eu However, due to more than nor- 
mal precipitation during the Bum- 
mer and Autumn of 1948, (he »oll 
mantle wa« well aaturated and the 
water table li high. Tbl* may result 
In leu* melted inow being absorbed 
hy the mtl mantle next Spring 
which would Yield mnr« melted snow 
to^jteen'e as run-off 

LOCAL ptoomso 
•The 1948 frwhe*. br*.ught down 
Inrge volurres of lilt and gravei 
which, m many stream*, ha* de- 
rreaeed their rapacity ThJe mean* 
that In certain areae. Inral fl'-odlng 
m«v occur *• 

•The repf^ aald m*a*uremenla 
taken at the and of January showed 
thal the arow cover In the NorUi iau: 
Thom'won was ellghtly above nor- 4 f* ' 
mal. in the Kootenay. l«l per rent F»^ 
of normal In the Okanagan and *•, 



WAB-rtl) 



*. cl Laic Will Aiipift 



iROFiUTT ow-jciiri tm Aina i 
OAR RAY we UA d MAKT C1.it 
NXTOfB T<- BVV I'LfASr rO.Hl 
h RAR3IOB b::>7 



KEATING 



$2950 



$2500 

$1300 

$1050 



taxi RA htatiri aiija:-* an a'« arraa. 
Acp'e*. S ai.ra l.‘i c.rBaid, 

arra (or 3M birda. brandrr haua**, 
«ji|t ••'l.lrfp. Au'datHie** HitB lafa'ian, 
with prir».a*a vHW cf aattt ar4 u-«a4« 



ItinRED 8V4(.‘<X:1MAB bUtVIRM 
It jparaniR'*'*:* a 1 « • n»' r *.;b 

*"T**fa at' * fv.H'' i..fr»». 

Ml; a'tb (lA"Una *tf \m- nt IhrM Bn' fi 

4Pd tmall iM’vf’*' bcaM Ac* ).M. 
Cak ikU 



) 11 ’4* i«r*a >L.*. wUAURA. 

aa*i 3 Jk(M«Uk 

d — t c.p#c* taa. 1*0 I'zi*. H*.. ■ 

b«.«i aaa gautatai* ta d 

I -MT t ISO . aaaib ».•** « 

XtJuH IF. sancrcaiii 
»>a». «tLJCI UUniiiCT 

11 -dO « 7tfu . tUVOBoHUit A)iU LA3dt‘ 
SOS. *iu» m.iatUin arf't <70f 

t.4iAk •*r*|t 

13 ' »•' * UICU1.JAV, arir enrif 

Mttw ca 

I) - I' J 130 nfABLiY ABt) gynr 
ULAOnOKt «/Ul 

It - HIvin gUAOAA. KgYBOi.Oe 

Fond. IT * 3)| )0z\. 

II -ary. iuoh rtonoa. p*ar ^a-tt 

Kairwi 11 • IM 

II Ot.a ■(!*. MM bi^k. e t *7Af 

BLXBKiBK’f nOAU > I / U\ 
n.- k*<.,.i.ia lo!. ATHLOMS g z C/ 

tuuva iOal 

II ->)» a IM . COOK, star 
Finlajaan 

II -ir a lOa . CO<<K ABO e 1 D*7C 

oatAh J I 

31 OAR BAY. aUVTH FT.. g * f\r\f 

total to* M* • IM' >1 UUv 



ikBriB U4(.ik 

473 J Aar- 
Jrj-ti' ip; F W ! llaina 
M. nc'MMBp. 31, |«Bir 



GORDON HEAD 



n r riRJTD COUFta WISH 10 FUR) HASt 
(nr rn*a, r«*v t*pip«rl luotalr* *r 
raitatf mib ar vUlMit* ba'*n<t-'l. Wn a 
Boi 49M rotoFiat 



t'itra madarp Ifraaan aoaraa ^*’'k*la• 
LnntitUPf a( IhMccS ba' . larf* U*IP|- 
I raarc «t'S attra<ti<c Mrrplaat. oiaiPf- 
! raim. all bard«oad licvr* 3 fuc>itird 
iiMitn.ipi* witA Ffmarak* 'a'.hraem, aiad- 
ftr. aiti-han *us tilad •I' a- Mapai «»**• 
!at « apta!’ rlln*’)* f«': rfB>tnt Paae*"*"' 
t') I pped *110 la'tndrr and RA 
o. da aaaiuDu.ly :*n<Ucaped atiitaied 
( . a arrna Appm* 3 arja* In yA<an| 

A 4 MW I ffPIlH* ftU ^FfSB 



warns llosp 
On Lharires 



T c ' BOT FOR CASH. OUOt) liUPLEX 
ham* an (immI repair Oak Ra* twu '■* 
r*a aaily n^.f»id»r * prop*r y ii ai i* r# • • 
a«'«b<v prt'fd Oanara aeiy Sa ac- .u 
IWt in':, C'r'onUI 

r'n(<gBTi Y BAtnao FOR ail > 4811 

1 >’.«M ■ Tn’^r er fl>* raoiB RV' :arn 

r«ad* la a*''uu» with baitanen'. crffriaclr 
r>*tr Oa« Ba< Atanie and dia, r..’ a<jt 
Wot raeainar aOi*; )nr*>’9f' T'If>>.* e*'' 

Ur Baupifl»K''U Ftto* up 'b fa bcb a'! 
'B*. AIM n<--rwam S«nt« n»*r nhtl* 
bauM.t an* H'-'mend atlh )*'«• cf 
laa W'* Oldtf him* a'^aptai'i* it i” foad 
rwi.dUiar. Mt Houp'raitrls. 8 am >1* Mar- 
HMn di i> 

I’H-iS'-r WANTxi) ^>R CLllNT. IS 
' mill O' »-?# ntM *1 ir t 

*1 '> rnom In I>aa*i7)*ia up 

I'. II IOC • '. <» •'> irar.aaeriBtlani arl 
i.t.npi Fie*»» '^R'an A M Millar, */* 
F F Bt'^an « Rn^i* Dd Cl 1111 



413 ■ ■’>** )N M 

. 113. M Lonian 4M on Whether or not the Oownment 
Ml. MI. Ida ^ 

propC'ses to reopen the Llijuor Con- 

during the coming aeFalnn 
, itiaa W(*i* of the LeglAlilure 

He tald ilM aim cf the delegation 
e Fxjfat 4ae dlsrusA the liquor problem 

... ^ general way with C>OTcmment 

111 . Ill officiali. The delegation was making 
F Ra>. 44* no rerommendatloTu The itaod of 
th* churrh would be made clear 
later. 

Dr Telfer 



February Hits 

You Wert Only Footinf 
Say Somtihing Sweet to 
Your Sweetheart 
The Ink Spots 

What Did 1 Dd^ 

Matador 

Dinah Short 

Gloria 

I Want to Bt the Only On* 
The Milla Brothara 

Cuanta Le Guata 
CombgJt Symphony 
Jack Smith 

Down Among tht Sheltering 
Palma 

One For My Baby 

Johnny Mercer 

A Little Bird Told Me 
Stick By Me. Baby 
Paula WatfOfi 

That Certain Party 
Then HI Be Happy 
Primo Scala 

Here Ml Stay 
Green-Up Time 

Buddy Clarke 

Powder Your Face With 
Sujiahine 

One Sunday Afternoon 
Evelyn Knight 

All of Me 

When You're SmlHng 
Frankie Laine 



Hoapitni oflictala wlm attempt to 
charge patlenui for aerrlcea cover -d 
by the Hospital lajurmnc# fiervice,, 
are liable to Unas up to |i>00. Dr. J 
M Hershey, commtMlonrr. ssW ye*- 
terday. 

He wa& commenting no reports 
that hOApPal officlaU at Kamloops 
complaining that the ravei paid by 
Ih* aervlre were too low, had threat- 
ened to eh.vrge paileni* the differ- 
ence between the hoapltdJ service 
ra'e and actual m«.t. 

Dr Herahay p'dnted out that Uv* 
rates at pre.>em were only lontatlve 
but had iven set on tnf'/rmatlon 
Mint'lled by Kamlonpa Hoapital. 

Any hcnpltat could apply to th* 
crmmiaelon for a revision of rater, 
but to attempt to charge patfmiA for 
senrice* covrred by the plan was 
deflnltelr sgalnAt the law, he said 
Dr Hersher exptalned that any 
cliangea either upweni or downward 
In raiej. wnicn mull fmm invaatiga- 
'•II. ilotiA now being carTlfd out wilt be 
made reirnarllve to the atari of the 
ir* 'i plan January 1. 



Tilor«B»— g train*, all ..... 

O WaHa*r ala. R. M»"rr 4*1 X tiabto* 
4M n»'.-iirae, t fawa taUla, 

11l-3l*e 

LaaUta Ian *■**•> Clal 
U Vo<rt> all R Lathan\ 413 ,irm *#*ra 
)M (’ Ardarann. 400. bandiraa, IM. lam* 
utaia T)« III. m -s.m 
Laaurw loa van Uii»> 



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was arr.ompanied by 
Ra'v. J. Currld Thonwin and Dr. A- 
B Whltehouae, both of Victoria. 



||.■<1I.Y R I au 1 R f O- MODtKB 
trr* In Oak Say ptirmti up <• 
I. V'tioia Raallj. I IIK TM Yaia* 



Consolidated 
Statutes 
In Use Monday 

Conaolldated version of the British 
Columbia atatuU* ba^me *ff active 
Monday, J. Pltealni Regg. LagUla- 
tlvp Counsel, aald yeeterday. 

Dn that day lawyers througboiit 
British Columbia making reference 
to British Columbia Uwa must um 
the rrvUed version, which has been 
prepared by Mr. Hogg over the paet 
two and a half yean. 

Tha new 8,984-pafe edition U 
in four volume*. The number of 
eectlona ha* been rhanged but 
the rotii#nt'‘of the etU. except for 
minor chAngq^ remains tlv •am*. 



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fmm Winoaar A«ta Ceun. « e AFVA 
plu» >.L|a eld de*ltlh| 

13 nUkDdTvtB* la*m| ta- CCCA 

tra*'* •» 

3« CARRKK. *«M •.( ti#ani 3 g >oc 

lau •*•" $4^0 

M-RURB8n)l to*' in; Rta 

$625 

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\\'4BYID --~fOVR OR FlVt • ROOM B'atd *» t L3U-1 

*' baagBlaa* la fa^ cc•r;:ltl^t .n r.<i* 
dauirt i»rar»r«aif •UK aa*e*ani ana 
t--'* aaidar mi ar •'«ai' acre*!* •um-' 

1**1 ■"• airfi* aMiiB* *rn<iae if wm 

Aoi 1311 Catonui 



frtOXWT WABTRl* FOR CLlfMT BlTg 
' ren\> In Oak tmr «*e*r Id yaara old 
•p ' ■ lina>a u>i*i n*«* | pal-maii and 
•• tf*nu»nr’*’:nn and e rriwn F1'a»» 
A w t n F R Braan A 

e**n. T.ii* *|1I7I 



CHOICE 6-ACRE FARM 
LOVELY BUNGALOW 
6 ROOMS 
* 16 MILES OUT 
PATRICIA BAY 



rSBH FOR TOUR HOMt 

U ’l *nx FAT YOU rsan for votm 

Foma ar.ll vl' on aaaF tarvtA get 
•pr'iuAi call 8 Mil. *•*• u all* 

■ AfinC.O ». FRABR 
SM aialiarl Bld« . 141 TaUa •• B>*II 



aerthed the flood thnrat u 
ing.- 



HaAa«(t Vaaf— a Baanaf Ml. M Ortm 
*e*a 4M R F»ark* 4P« • Mi-rtttei* 

f''' R Qroaman, lid. **m* latAto M3 

•n, ia»->4f* 

4lfaiti<«M rafe— e Divan. dM F Bar 
'if. Ml R Mc Arthur 13d A Rpatia* MP 
R ^a«e, 131. lam* tataU. IM. 133, 111 
3 Ml 

Blrathrnna C*(* an* (ap 



lirBIIR 07 la lb* FAIR- «*'• 

Ftft.O DlRTRier TU* arrand ***' 

OF lot an toh aau'h af Kl-Rtnn' Firaat 

')•« dT^A MriNiR'Mf (nt i*i>i 

)/DU rm tha rtghi, *••( TX* Rla*. 1*1*' 
tr.i Km va (I (raniAf* aVai 

Paia 

-- gQCA •**»AO la tilt At* 

m jODU eMnc^Ar B'trih gaadra dlatnrL aa:: 
I** A (<r.* itoara't tol. 17 1 (I freelBf* *1 and 
apt 111 fi I'l ■>plh ^ a »' 

*"* I* (hi papvilar Oarf* 

dl*ir>'< A air* rtoarvd ham*- 
IH ('!• ■! thla r*«*«nai'la pru* 1 *r*tf ir- 
bat rangad l( dr*lr*d 

g **5C -M*Tn«09»t 97. Tito ftflF tol r 
. - an right north •( ^anirhan 

LV a* Am««f nra hemva 

MT ^ ^ 

M-ti frpntag* Ra* a alrv ' ^ 
barkaard ilapa aa tfai lavr bnua* ai:i *** 



Sliip and Air 
Soliedules 



TR4IM.NG rRyrm\TRtHTS 
A trxlnlng arheme for paychia- 
tri5iA hdA been tniroduced In nrllvln 
Ui remedy me sbonage of experu 
In menial health. 



Wixto VMFFtN legnlY 
(taatur M*>«— n (>«•«>. »•*: 4 Bird Ml 
Bolmar III a Reiman. 41* ,B Ovr' 
If e*-C 'i'< Mto. *■'»* te'aU t #31 
e»* ba: . 1 Ml 

<at|M — O. F'l'to ail O Laa. 

M W'l’iam* 1*3 w mil. lid O 
■•’lam' 131 hB''*'»»p, 131. **»”• ratal*, 
to I FM 1 rij-.i *11 
B'fM Raaki a*>« lan 



<~FB If* 

Ylv|ari*-YaB»->**a> — L* Ytoiaruj 13*' 
pa *rr VanvDuarr 4 31 PW '• YVrUrta 
■itdnlfhi an Vanaaa«*i law ' 

Vaaa***** Vtotarlp— L* Vantauw* 1# B. ^ 
am an viciarla 3 Jd P « I* Vaaaaa- 
i vvr *iiaoith( an vnena law 
I Vivlarta PaaiU^L* Ytoiana * Si P» 

[•rT dvat'to * M) a ■ 

I BaaUla YtoaafIs • La daatU* I'M A-M 
AT- VTcfan* II M p ■ 
haaaifav Vaavvp***— L« FAvatsa 1 B> 

* ■ ud S U P ■ an VaeaasM* II a ■ 

n't I II p ■ dallv naapi BundAi ■«* 

art fat* to Bvraiwa i M a ■> aMiPW 
Arr Vsfitavaar II a ■ a»d I 3A P ■ 

VaaravMf Vaaatma L* Yarr*«»** M 
a a And A >» p • an haaaim<> i M a • | 
aed 141 pm dail* taNv; Btir-da* Bu 
d**a pnto (« V*a*aa*«t tl aaa *pa * 

* I* an Bartoima I 3d a w and il M a » 

OvH lalaad* AaavtM - SUaaikbtP wUI' 

*•*• VMMK'a al II It a ■ fuaa d a** asto - 
arnnev ai Vanomiva* 1 31 B « *m OvTf 
liland* livavat VAr->'o«T*r Waadap* •*!* | 
arnrlM at VtotatU d M *■ «ia 0«U la 
tonda 

HACS BAU PIflBS UNA 
AMlUv*r**a Aantoa-Ttoiarta • MaU*- 
faaMt CMnead atli tol** Antito at II il 
pat aal) a* Fan r»«*a*ed aed Fan 
Atifttoa AAd am** al Vtoian* I a • 
Ship toatM Ytotpri* al II II A at fa* Far* 
Ar.avle* Fatt Tev.-iamd aed *iB do«l af 
Avalll* al I tl p « 

TWABd-CAYAOA AtS UBg* 

■ FUfAia tram Vie'atia toa«* Fairwt* Aaf 
Vtokarla Vaa*«a««t t* Vu-Wrla I Ik 
A.At . arr VafW'<u*aa lit aa, I* Yt»- 
tana II M A m arr Tancmirrr II 11 a r* 

I* YMUrU t al pM an Ya**ap*v» 3 II 
pm I* Vwi^v 4.M PM •*' Vsn* 
e aiv a r I p m . 1* Vtofarla I M p m ur 
Vattor'vm • p H . tv Ytotarl* A p le . arr 
Vaaftouvar A M AM . t* Ylrwrla I 4g a « 
an Taaaaatn Id I* pm i* VtaWia 
U al PM. arr VaacMvar 1| II a ■ 
Yaaaaavvr-Ytoaafta L* V*Mai*ar IM 
an an YtcWrla I am >* Y*MP«>*t 
(A AM an YtoVrrM H M AM I* Vpa 
r«ovar (PM art Yvtm* i se *m i* 
vaaa*«v«r S M p m arr Ytowm I P m . 

< Va*opw*vT I U pv an Vlttoria I l4 
b M to Vprvmvp* I tl * M . arr Vtt- 



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lenceS "t win be bsek in b few 

mlnutdB.* 

3. Whst Is the corTFc t pronunels- 
Uon of “divorcee”? 

I Which one of the*# word* la 
mlMppelled? Ciiatetis, cAdsrert>u*. 
CAlsmitnUA. oArsvAn. 

4 WhBt does Um word "lodlpbT 
mewn? 

5 Whst Is A word beginning with 
ig thBt meer,A "dUgrBer V dis- 
honor''? 

AMWEIIA 

1.4(a 3* *'I AhsU return In a few 
i|3lnut«t.'* 3 Pronounce de-vor-SB, 
e ba In me, o se in no. • ab In My. 
prlnclpsl Aceent on last syllabU 
I. Csfeterlc 4. without eovor; 
UeteleBi; flsl. “The cake wae lUle 
and the keDonade insipid ” I. Ig- 
nominy. 



33-ACRE FARM 

ULTRA UOOBRM BUBOALOW 

31 Mil** (rvM Vtcfpna «>IA appraximatfi* 
11 arr** alearvd and a **h*MA* 

fldli.a Pungvin* •iih tairiReai Rot air 
pip«<f h*v< L*r«« imsg-ropM «IU> opvo 
tU*pia'v aM plMura vti «««* and diring 
>P*r* Mndvrn rahotat kuabra I BBD- 
ROOM# A7**m* srvMur* eviar aupair. 
4-pr* boihroAm Thta prtopiru ta adja- 
-*ri to a 71-arr* gropartv with pond opt- 
hwlldlttoa. (>arr< rti'raen luiiMaA. »«r , wbtoh 
. _ . raa ba pprahaaod. Fwr fiartlMr partlcAlan 

YTTfRAB wrm FAMUY •»#*# •• 

dni homv BaapicA FWnto-'j chataa* •* K. tiaa (lv*iilan» 1 MM 
Ml* fla«* 30 * aeriAlaifj 



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11 dwwa paratoni rrwner onto rvpli 
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FROFtRTY WABTBD 

U 'B BAYS eaVARAt crtXWTg WISO 
ar* aailoaa U p«rrhaae a tMall hotta* 
wiUi *n«a srraaga U«*i hava a tXiW 
DOWN FAVWBBT 

Ftaaaa A*« har Ur HtabawM * 
ar Ur Road Faiwar 
B liil p* Irawlaga I ddP3 



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Aaveral | and d-r*0M hniaaa w*n(od obtoh 
van ba handled with |l Md w II Md raah. 
tffg w afoaa-Rr AaaaKb. 



CENTRAL PARK 

OR BAANtCR ROAD ARBA 
Uv pUaol vaaia a l-rMW bacga>«w aith 
fttil htMTuvni aad rumae* heat WtB pag 
ap ta il.die 



l\*ANTgD-l TO 3 ATfUS vrTTW 4 OR 
1 * I • itoMi buagalaa, witsM a-anp 
dmit O MU 



ABeUeaeerA 



For Bod Winter 
Cough, Mix This 
Syrup Yourself 



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ESQUIMALT 

Waniag. near LxMpaan r* WaUak’M. at* 
raomt a*M haar. ar f»mi-hu**nto*. vHh 
gPed baMmatit. err. Up i« IddM 

Alaa tpfl tm»|irr-pr)cH hnmra •( I reaia* 

ihat ran ba baniwd vttb II JM and ll<M* 
raab. 

Aaa Mr Ur Wright Faf M t i allp 



ACKRAOE FOR RENT 



^ALT AFfUNO- Nd ACWRB B«AR fUU 
ford IM pa* arra Bu >411 UmMlat 



HEISTERMAN & CO 

im RLAYSRARo gr moBBB 



Inetructed by the Admlnlilreton of 
the J. MATtln Brown Batete. we will 
•ell OR the premiees of the 



How It Marled 

Plnt-AUed glamourl 'Thm UtUc 
dotlldB ere cheerful brlghteneri m By JEAN NEWTON 

Any rDoini Juet t or 19 Inehee in •NINE GOOD Tl'KN DEREBt’Efi 
Ho. M cotton. I ANOTfflB 

PlneepnV. leef end in I Thle old proY»Ti> w orrr MO yeere 

Ihld one pAtlpm 987 . Crochet dl- |q snfiMh literature. SrtflMUmee H 
racUooA for Ihree. ' ^ -Orb §oni tuni requlrea 

Cmutb Whegler g Improred petiem'^,^ 1 )^ - ^ nee aIbb bad tlw sp* 
mekea iteedtowork eo simple with punuog to the *111 tom'* end the 
lU chArtR photos And eonelsd turn” whkb dMerYrd sn- 

^^TecUoo* I other. Though He rocorded ue* c»n 

Bend TWKNTT • nt'l CE^^r■,be treeed beck to the yeor 1400. H 
•Me> ID eotne istampa oboimn M -wm pcDbshly eCllI teiller In BngUeh 
Aoeeptedi foe this pstten 'Pnm|^>«*rh Bpoee wUl oet peralt thRt 
plAinty r ATTEBN NUMBEB. NAME w« gtr* the correspondeot Ka hWtory 
AND ADDREAft. !ln quotBUons; ^^esn ohly tench 

•BBd your order so Pm OAUyJoo the hlgh-^oU of Wb ttwrery 
Oolanlit B e 1 1 B r • DofMctasem ' crtpctI 

Brood Btroei, VMWwir. bC Thdi Tha flrat iwaard of the BByWe B 
poMem win be BBt;«d fFea TtMxwia'rroin a Latin menuBcrlpi deung 



Erie Street Boat Eloiiite 

I (Cenaor Erie sMd Dsllae Bead) 

I TODAY, 2 P.M. 

7 Boats and Oars 

Such aa: Two 11-foot Clinker -built 
RowbosU. One 14-fo«t Cfinker- 
buUl BAilboAl wtth Bell; Three 
19-foet nsi-BoUioai Boats, sad One 
•-foot FUt-Bottoin Boat; Also About 
I pefrv of OecB And Rowtocke. 
ThsM boeta wID be on Ytew from 
. 10 o elock to Bela Time. 



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CALL G8»2i 

U 3 ana*t wMR*« M Wp far raUi a 4 aa *- 
r*«M b««aa *e TWO LOTW Qmm4 gaM*«t 
•evg h*av'***i a BMaaMta Frtra raAga 
M M.MA 

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e Mn^ rnmi ctty cmrmd 
TyhArnrAiXT au. <xxar«d ai 

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«vtn thouft) h« al»o hAd 000 tn 
hU pcy ivt He gmvt hurried thought 
to h'-A other pa««wldru No. bevt 
leove tueh Item* m tolf clubs. IcimJj 



Swing Low, Sweet nelivatessen ! I 



or* you my de*/?" He tpoko 
ever so gently "1 have someihlnt 
1 must teU yoo I have been Utlnk- 
ln« of you all day. 1 cao'l work 



20 l»Hir4ay. febniary 5, \U9 fiatly (UaloniHt 



« oorr WkNT TO ‘ 
nutan 'iou. Of AO 



OUP ORCkP^ Aft£ TVIAT 



WA/Tl»g TUrVS APT 
rcAT^Atonrv — I 
'WOULD 

bf ALMOST AS &AD 

LACH ornij^ rr 

AK4.L nASiVt^fuanA r 

DuetcxsfsTON IN A ■ 
0*4C. HOUA 



|<3T ONE O’ <XJ STaOViN 
nkfs TnxMES ONE. 

PARTICLE O RXCt\>fTU. 
Wt GETS TV«r WOOD that 

T>4E WE0CHN6 rSOVEH*? 



and badminton racqueta, polo uof* 



DOtSe/TGCT ONE ) 

NCPSEL cr FDOex ■ 
undl you ape mas. 

DUMPM<rrON VAN 



"Oh what Mlllonf* •" behind hun. iwy 

-Oh no- Not orer the phone Ma> ‘ *«» 

I call for you at seven, take you lo “ needed. 

dinner, and UU you Ibett?" He drwteed Impeccably and called 

■ Why yml Yea. wrely, Did yoo 

have a good trip to the roaair | "You are beauUful my dear' * he 
"Eaceilem. I wlU leU you about inithfully. when she greeted 

that, too At aeven." ^ 

He spent wime Ume In the barber Galahad." the 

shop, mf'ved around =!mlesajy until 

almoat five, then suddenly got Into They rode In a taxi, but AUta 
hU car and drove to a used ear tveTer noticed. Never thought to 
dealer. In fifteen minutes he had “>t hla own car. l*hey drove 

H'ld hid expensive aedan at a sac- to Encanto Park and alighted at 
rtP-e-bui had pocketed » 4 W more 'be i..vely new Encamo clubhouse 
cash N<A tn be oioeaed al, when W “1 danctng terrace, 
a man liaa an hour or au to apare.l <Tn Dr Continued) 



By OBEN ABNOI.D 



ANOTHea trans- 
atlantic PLANE » 



f we'Rf 
LAMOiNal 
dCE. 1 HCPg 
e.p dOT MV 
«AO.O®IAAM 



^ *E'LL flC OVTR 
•CW VOtK IV A Pf>» 
MiUJTeS. MB. 

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signing the checks, "t hope the fiymg 
la good." he said. 'I get sick if It a 
bumpy." , 

“Plying direct to Hertnoallk) tixUy. 
sir?" a clerk asked politely. 

"No. can't charter a ahlp until 
tonight. But I hope to be there u> 
cirwe the deal before tomorrow Only 
a matter of three bnurs flying time, 
once I get ofT. No ahipa available 
here this afternoon. I learned.' 

When IM had his money and his 
checks and had given the clerks a 
rlgar and a handshake each. Itc 
departed, smiling By that tlma It 
was after three o'clock. 

Impatience seiied him then 

Figuratively, and almost lllerall.v 
his pockets were bulging with wealth, 
and he had the urge to travel Uh- 
medlalely. He felt that his sojourn 
m Arlsona had come to an end 
and the ac*oner he set up Tomewhere 
else, the better. And y«t~lbere was 
one unfinished Item He had planned 
a finish to It. too. His gocwl fortune 
tiad bewn so perfect to date that 
he reasoned he might as well make 
It one hundred per cent. Me-aould 
aflurd a few hours more to complete 
this last highly desirable deuit. 

8 o. at four he telephoned AlKa 
Bradley on the telephone. 



Ul trs LIKE Tit IT By Fred Neher 



PUN)(1 



Oon i mu I iiij t 



hy iJiic ioiinj^ 



for a long time, if I fly down Im- 
mediately with the caeh " 

"Surely." said banker Bronson 
"Come right through here, Mr. Gir- 
ardeau " 

l*ltree clerks were ss e lg n e d to him. 
In the rush. He pocketed IS.OOO in 
Urge bllU aiid s few smaller ones 
and signed Urge-denomination 
traveler's checks for a remaining 
giil.OOO. There was quite a bit of 
eterical work to It. 



Acconlin" to CullKTtson 



M.\m WOK llI fA>llI.\ 



MELIO OAgUNO 
VOtJftFlkWTis 
CANCIUO-.-if 
-'00 cn WHAT 
iNfAN? , 



MIOf.btAR ••IVUPPWC. 
AdTUAUy. THrt »» AAO NtWS:. .fiUT 
MU! MAWN DIDN'T tUCV'Vt THAT 
«A>M'TH£ lETUS WA5 ACBUfl 
H0AX'AN6U VAPOtM TVPtOfTONA 
Pita Of F0e6£0 >TATlON£gV 

Amo HAD ir ma;lio ISOM ■&' 

*0UTH AMERICA ’ 

VtSV MUCH A5H AMID.' 



/wtUSOMtMOY j 

'PltAJE 5H0WME ' 
THE SCRiPTf -l 
CAN'T iU5T <TAN0 
HIRE ANO ADLIB 
^ MV LIME5* ^ 



Whether s defender should ar 
should not "split hU honors'' de-' 
pends wilely on the number of 
tricks he needs In tbs sun. Ob- 
senr this oaas: 

North, dealer. 

Both sides vulnersble. 

NORTO 
4 A K J g 4 
V K I I 3 

4 ft a 

4 K 7 

WEST CAST 

4Q10ft agit 

P Q 10 I W A 

* J 7 3 Sqi0fl4 

4 J 10 BB 4 A 9643 

SOUTH 

4 ft 3 

4 J 7 g ft 4 I 

• A K ft i I 

4 Q 3 I 

The bidding. I 

North East South West 

1 4 Pms 3 W Pbm 

3 w Pu« 4 W p«M 

PaM Pass I 



NEU.MOThlR' NOOl'tsnON 
ABOUT iv THIS 14 HOUywPOO 



Vea ran't eaperl Frankie to uk )«a abeul marrying me 
haven't set any traps for him like 1 did!" 



HI mommy: 



By Linda and 
Jerry Waller 



Susie Q. Smith ♦ 



trump toward dummy--and Weat 
then to furce the king. East won 
I with hli blank ace. and later, of 
with his blank ace. and Utter, of 
I course. West had to be given hU 
I trump queen, but the contract wax 
I now unbeatable. 

' Many players make the xame 
I mistake that West made in this 
I deal What Important advantage 
I could be gained by pUying the 
trump ten on the lead toward 
dummy? It was obvious Uuit thOj 
defenders could not hope for an - 1 
other club trick; the spade suit j 
Was certainly hopeless, and RaaI 
would not have led a low diamond 
If he had the king-queen, de- 
clarer was marked with both Up 
honors In that suit. The only 
chance to Uke three more tncks.i 
then, wes In the trump suit lUelf. ' 
and how could West even hope for ! 
that tf he equandere <1 hU honors'’ , 
Presumably. decUrer was not look- 
Ing Into West's or East’s hand; he| 
reukj not know the true position ‘ 
of the irumpe he lacked, and he 
would probably put up dummy's; 
trump king no matter how low a 
trump West playod. < 6 outh could 
not well afford to duck In dump'.’, 
and risk toeing three trump trick < 
to the poaalble A-Q-IO in the Ga*‘ 
Thus, West should have 






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xjwwt A MAffwiAAfi ON lOCsfi / aerrtjr 
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WUAT UAeeCNKP TO UlM ^ 



hand f 

plsyed the heart three— and con- 
fined his efforts to hoping that 
East had the are In sU likelihood, 
the king would go up. 



YOU EVER DO 



2 BATH6 evERV HOY/ 
TT\&K 



A(UYTHtK& 
TMfc MLJOe 



Say. what'sya known . . . gucM I WAS a IUU« IhlrUy, after all. 



MI TT AND JFTT 



Jeff Should Have Droppvtl in AtuHhrr ISirkle 



B? Biifi Kinlier 



WaJ-.fT LOOKS) POeiT YOU WORRY. 
UKE MV WIFE f' MUTTf fLL TALK 
WONT Give IN \ TO VtJOR WIFE/ 

HO matter / III tell hcp 
WHAT f DO.* J ATMIH&OPTWO* 



U^L I TDLDMHP I OlD/ ) 

I told met? w she cave ‘ 

'dOU A LITTLE MORE LOVC 
ANOATTEHTiON VOUMICKT 
0E A Different man ! 

I TOLD HER SHE Ought 

TO BE ^ ^ 

ashamed I 



THE LfTTur SAP* \ 
ll WONDER WHAT ’ 
HtS UP TO* SME LL 
KILL HIM P he 
GETS rOLlOH WITH 
/- 



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then 



OH SHE 
GOT MAD 
AND 
HUNG , 

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S'NO TROUBLE TO GET IN ON HUMBERS 
FABULOUS FEBRUARY FURNITURE 
BARGAINS . . . 



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By Mrws 

/' Oft couruInTx (vsetT 

ARE^ SURF’ Mowwia Ll’”-.: 

you Vou PUMi TBU us 

SORwfJ TO 6ET WHO TUS ROOM 

ITS TOO tATt? > 



bi a heeted car. tool 



SCe«BOO«MCNmFCU auu TCU Y0U\0»CA/.>« PRPJCE 
)tOW B3 6CT IW IS A BaCfTMEB 

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that CHROMO/oveR TD CONCEAL J 
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TO HIAT YOUR KITCHEN 

With a gleaming whiir en- 
amel Icitclien beaier snd gar- 
bage dti(^>ul on>i Stands 
•love high with 2 h')le4 m 
poluhed *teel to#. For im- 
mediate delivery. *CC 
Warehouaed at only. OO 



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VIEW STREET— BMew Bev't 
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DISTRICn 



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NrvnAL RTAftO* tSIll'Rt 
PrrMD IMO lo 1040 only five special 
tmuea og pnaugs stamps wart put 
ant hi Britain. 



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B.C. Ships 
Sold 
To India 

^Mtirinp Setn = 



"pwo 10.000*ioD freighter* built in^ 
Vfthcouvtr duimg ih* %tu h*vt 
been tnld io the India aov*mm«nt,l 
It wu Aiiikounml yf*terd*y 
Tlte 8*. H«rm*c Croftoti and ih«i 
8i Hurmsc Ch^mainua, fornMrly! 
•wnrii by the Canadian Trar>*port' 
Ca. Lid., a aulMidUry of H. R Ma*.’* 
UUlan Export Co . will be replaced 
With a (B«t. modem. Can*dl*n-bullt ' 
vr***]. Um company *ald I 

8 • • 

RKPORTS ON U K 
The Federal Flaheile* patfOl vea*' 
•el Laurler rorenily raturnad u> thl*| 
port from the Waat Coaat Chief I 
Engineer R. 8 Penwlck »ald In hi* 
30 year*’ experience along the laiand 
cnaaUliM. ha had nevar known th* 
tniat* eovar*d with lea for *o long a 
period. 

Mo*i raoani patrol of the veMci 
ineJudcd niunarou* call* Into or naar 
▼arlou* W**t ODaat inlet*, and Engl- 
near Panvlek report* mo*t ol them 
art lmpa**abla for imaner-typa va*-^ 
■ala Klid'*rv*n Cannerv and Quten’s: 
Cova were inace«<aible for woodan- 
huUad craft barau*e of mora lhatt 
an inch of lee i 

lAurlcr lA Uie \e»el which took, 
the M-fool rnu*cf Burman and Ha. 
■even pa>*eitg*r* wlio had b*an ma<l 
rooned at Mah'hlee Bay, iMad of I 
Muchala' Arm. to Ktperanxa mere' 
than a week ago. The gruup had, 
been reacued by the lug l*land, 
Commander of laland Tug dt Bargr 
I.»d. i 

• • • I 

m r. ON roA*»T I 

TtUrly>nva paaaenger* we;a on, 
bf'ard the combUuitlcm pa4*rngtr»| 
cargo vewl Uuirendyk. of Ui* Hoi* 
laod'America Line due on (he BO i 
Coaat on or about February 14 Ot>, 
firtajt of George Paulin Lid Inral 
aeenta for the line. *aid yeaterdayj 
the Hhip would not call at Ihl* port, 
bo' proceed directly to Vancouver 
The ship left ll.e United Kingdom! 
January II. Her psaaenger* art de*-; 
tined lor La* Angtlse. Ban Pran-j 
clacc and Vancouver I 

Tlie motnr^hlp Durango, of Ihe^ 
Mall Una. and a comparative 
•traiigrr In local waitr*. U dua alj 
Ogden ptilot dock* on or about Peb- , 
ruarr U. Bhe oarrlet a number of| 
patuengrr* for Brltlah Columbia and| 
a largo general cargo from Ihe Old 
ee»intrf Prom her* the *hlp will; 
proceed to Vancaeweer ' 

• • « 

l.r.AVKH HALIIAX 
Th* Canadian Natl<tn»f Bicam' 
■hipa’ lln*r Lady Rodney left Hall* 
fax la*i night on a eoyac* to the 
Bntlah We«( India* and BrUlali 
Ouiana via Boaton and Bermuda. 
The Unar la under tha ooenmand of 
Oapt. A. LtBlanc. OBB. and la 
earrylng many paaatngers and a 
aapacily cargo of flour, buttar, egg*, 
poultry, lumber potatoca. canned 
food.v. and a variety of other Cana* ^ 
dian product*. I 

• • • 

HARmm At'TIIORITr ' 
A reccramtndaUon af the Cham- 
ber of Commerc* harbor commUtte 
that the Federal Oovemment be 
urged to Mlabllah aome form of har* 
b»r authorliy here will ba diacuaatd 
at a maaling of th* chamber dire** 
U>ra achaduled for Tueaday mom* 
Ing at 11. 

Mambara of Ih* harbor commliie*. 
headed by O*orge Paulin, have been 
preparing a harbor commlaaion pro* 
pnaai for the past aeveral month* 
If the raeommemlatlona art ac*I 
oepied by the aenlnr <ihainb*r group,: 
K li expected the paper will b* for* 
warded U> the City Council for ap* . 
proval. I 

LOAD LI MREII I 

Th* 10,000*ton freighter Blrena ' 

waa at Ogden Point Docks y**t«r* 

day taking on 943,000 f*at of lum* 
ber for Auatralla. Skipper of the 
veaael u C«pL O. Pelomea. At Cow* 
Ichan Bay th* Port Coulogn* B 
loading lumber for South Afrtoa. 

PLANS ADdVbSS ! 

Arthur Turner, C.OT. member of 
th* Provincial Obvenunent. will be 
fUMt. apeaker at a regular meeting 
of the Marin* Workers’ Industrial 
Ontna Monday night at tha union's 
hall, starting at I.SO. He will apeak 
on labor condlUona In Oreat Britain 
and Canada. 

A full report of a recent retro* 
ac’ive pay Increase to navy yard 
rmployeaa will be preeentad by ahop 
atewarda. All unamployad mambars 
have been eakad to preeant (heir 
names and home (alephone numbara j 
to th* aearetary. ' 

PI.AN COMnvSATION 
A ^>okaaaian for tha Ming Bung 
tndUHtrlal Oo„ Ltd., aald yastarday 
Montreal agent* for that company 
are attempUng to reach all aaiiore 
who have manned waetla buUt In 
Quebec City for China to see what 
eompenaatlon froukj be suitable to' 
them for the condlUona under which 
they wer* repatriated to Canada 
Six Quebec aallori who helped 
man the locaily-bullt Chlen Men 
aivd Lung Men to China complained 
the fhlpe were loo amall for ocean 
navigation, lacked food and water 
facUiUaa 

l^t* all men aald that upon ar* 



On the cut 
Of scratch 
that may 
fester, 



'DETTOL' 

T«l MOOIIN AMTiimiC 
Ot0m 

Anei'r CmW. 



(jtv llpaltb EiImcmIop I 




lienrh 

Martin 



Carew Martin. KC. yesterday 



To l*lan for R.C.A.F, Association 

Air Chief Marshal L 0 Breadnrr, aaaociation will not conflict with The kwal conunlitee U planning a 



forniar chief of •(aff. RCA P will esUUng veterans’ orfantiaUoii mIoobia diiuier for Air Chief Mar- 



M in Victoria on h’ebruar) S lo 
diacuaa plana lor the formation of 
an RCAP aaaoclatlMi. a<<eordtng 
lo L. de 6 Duke, temporary chair- 
man of the Vlrtorta Committee. 

I Purpuae of the prop^wed orgatiiaa- 



KHTH HarllOSAl.l* 

Who wvj appointed by City Cuun> 
cil laai Monday to new position of 
public health educator. Appoint- 
ment was made on recotnmendsUon | 
of Union Board of Health. New 
office U made poaaible under health , 
granu mad* by DooiUilon CJovem* , 
mem and adminiaured by local 
health boards Mr. Mscl>^nald la 
gradusio IR w^<-'uliur* from Uni* ] 
veralty of Brltlah Columbia During 
past year he ha* served aa ln.vtruetor 
on U B.C atair Btaiing he was 
happy to be appointed, Mr. Mac- 
Donald said he would ofler every 
ro-operatlpn M> all sRcnciea in etty 
Interealed In diaHemuiatiun of ncw» 
of public health nature He intend* 
U) spend hU first lew week* in 
office aoqualntlng hUiiaelf wuh field . 
of public health In Vkioria. 

rival ai Hongkong they were asked 
to board iht nax* aliip back •uatead 
of xeituig tha air travel (actltiie.' 
Uiay had bean promlard i 

Tliey said Uiat on ih*ir rt-lurn 
trip (hey had been Jammed In wi'>* 
too Ohlneae refugees fleeing the 
Chinese war They »*id they had 
to wall for hours to eat In tlictr 

mm- 

• • • 

VAILLM CLCAMiRh YLT' 

A Oovemment reararch team 
struck a blow yraterday at oiic of 
Ihe Royal Navy's oldest traditional 
drllLv- sweeping ttw meuhaU deck 
They said ths dust raised given 
sailors lulierculuaiv. 

Tlie ’’IroD men ■ who used to man 
the wooden ships msy roll over In 
their graves, but the aclrniuta aald 
vacuum cleaners should replace the 
brooms. 

Tlia arfentlsU reported Ihal the 
navy tuberruloals rale o«tr a IS- 
year period luu held et two raaev ' 
for each 1,000 msii -twice Ihr army 
and air force rsU. 

NflTIf E* TU M.ABIM'Kb 

Martnem are adviaad that Btwaah 
Point Uglit. uppcblte Kvlowna nn 
Okanagan Lake, la not burning. The 
■tnicture wsa carried sway by ice 
This will be atlended lo aa aoon as 
pr«aible. report* T E Morrison, act- 
ing agent for the Department of 
Tranap>'rt here. 

I-RK TION LOOMS 

Friction loonu between United 
States and BrUish Columbia fish- 
ing Intereata whtn Praaer River 
•orkeye regulatlene are announced 
by the Intematinnal Salmon Com- 
mission shortly. 

BrlUsh Columbia fuhermen (ear 
(he usual duota procedure may be 
dropped this season. 

Amerlean Intereata are aald to, 
favor a limited eatch but not 
quotas 

Announcements ' 

Eraser Bisroe’s announcea the re- 
moval of ofBcea, nn February 1. 
from 1334 Govenunvnt Street to 
more modem and convenient prem- 
lam at 600 Courtney Street <acroM 
from the Post Ofltcel. Phone C4013 
Where old friends and ntwcomerv 
edil be welcome and assured of the 
same pareonal "Service With Re- 
llabUlty ' aa heretofore j 

UiUverefty Irtenalnn Aieorlatlen 
meeting Monday, February 7. m 
j th* auditorium. Cellege - Normal 
isehool. oo Richmond Road, at g.U 
pm. Prefesaor David Shapiro, aa- 
alaiani profaaaor, Department of 
Architecture. University of BrlUsh 
Columbia, "Coniotnporary Pahit- 
ing.- 

■alvagt ConacUewi The SalvaUon 
. Army will piek up from your door 
. salvaga of all kinds Used clothing 
' shoes. (Umlture your rags huuae- 
^ hold mattrespr* carpets, ruga car- 
ton boaaa newspapers magaxinaa, 
rendered fata When you give It 
to th* Army U la to help others • 
Phoaa Q 7611 

' Bebubert C1«b RedUI. First 
Unttod Church. TUaedsy, February 1,1 
9:16 pm. Oueat artiste: Roberto 
Wood, baritone; Terrance Shaw, vlo* , 
linlaU Admission Me. Tlcketa at' 
Pleteher a Musk Store. 

Twilight recital by ths First United 
Church choir at First Baptist Chinwh 
SuDday. I pm. 



'General Health in B.C Marshal Bread ner Dne I eh. 9 

SIkucs Bijf Improvement To Idan for R.C.A.F. Assoeiotiim 

Maternal deaths and infant mof- not com# under provlnctsMurtwlK /w>||/*/l AU Chief Marshal L 8 Breadner, aaaociation wUl not oonfllct with -rhe local cunmlite* u plae 

taJuy m IKI wrr. tha lewaai onilon. *#t#tvfg rCAF will esUUng veterans’ ..rgamtatioii *,ux*me dinner for Air Chle 

record for Bntlah Columbia, tha Da- Infant mortality wa* 33 9 per • uein Victoria on L'ebruary 9 to 

parunent of Health and Welfare 1.006 live births. Although the S i 4 .^. . ^ 

repomd to . yu. -.n< nuniMf, <1 poputatlon lnrr-««l b. I • p-r r,m * f f I I .M .> plu» I« tl» Ic.rm.uon ol 

Vital ataUaUca yeaterday over 1947, the number of tnfint _ _ ^ w« RCAF association. a<<eordtng 

The report said thta was an indl- , decreased » per cent Tf //#’/# |l to L. de 8 Duke, temporary chair- ] 

cation of rattstandlng improvement ANOTHER DROP Jffetfff Victoria Cvtnmlltec. 

in general health for the Province -nj* matamal mon*llty rat* has Carew Martin ICC yesterday i Purpose of liw prop*>aed organla*- 
rturln, U» P«t jr.r dropprt (romw .vrr.,r o( 2*1 uon u lo provlOr . n.tk,i»l mr 

^ 

Death raU from hrari duease T»ronl*j bf*ye wlio were ap* mainuin cloee roiiloti wllh the 

1 ■ 'reached au all-time high of 193 per! B^**‘“* nine -month sentences for rcaf and enable owmbera to 

IlKTIIAkCf i 106.600 population for 1949 compared theli. keep In touch wllh air (cuce devel- 

1/(^1.111111 1 lIwlK^^l- with 3M 6 for the previous year. The "The court feels (hat you have '>pments an that lliey can be of the 
^ * J mortality raU waa higher only In, carried out to th* lUghaai degree muat help Ut event of an emer- 

O* a| ith* oldar groups, htiwever. th* re- . duUea of a Crown counsel. ” Mr gency. • 

If li III Ifolv port said. Justice V H O' Halloran told him Objects of the new av*ociau<>n 

i Cancer mortality also reached a Appearing for the Crown in the mcJude perpetuation ol oomrada- 
O - I* Itfl'IO ^ *6** showed sn tnereaae of ; eppeM of the boyv. who hsd beet, mip aUried during war aervtoc in 

lor l^’I’O ^6nt over 1947. Cancer i iteallng an overcoat cnmmonweaUh Air Poroea, and as- 

'Claimed 1.604 Uvea m 1941 as com* had pawned their own. .*utanoe to veterans llirough RC A F 

' - Birth rata during 1946 waa the pared with 1.463 In the previous Matiin had bwn Instructed Benevnlrnt Fund and oUier welfare 
■croud hifhaat on record. British year. ' week to aae If the bfjys’ story • organiiaUon. 

iCoIumbla’s Departmen’ of Health| outstanding decrease in death rate could get work wm true ^ einphasuted that th# new t««4» uvasuai t. a aasAU.sia interior of Brltlah Cnlumbia 

land Welfare reported yesterday in for tubereulosU which showed, . ^*^‘“’ * *^*^*** 
a review of vital elatuilcs for the , 35 par cent drop over the past waiting for the boys 

,ywr. years, the death rwie from IhU ^ Toronto, and 



Set'ontI Highest 'i.Tu 

rw a I ^ * !***^ 

Birth Kate 
Set for 1918 




shal Breadner pru*r to hla addrtwa 
at a meeung of ea-members ol the 
H C A F . RAF. and OummenweaiUi 
Air l^roes. Including woniena dlvi* 
slotw. 

’me 01 ganiaaUonal maeung wUl 
be held in the Naval Vcteiaia head* 
quartara At 1417 Brued Stream at 
1.15 pm on February 19 

Plana lor th« new orgauliaUan 
were alArted last hpiing. aceordlng 
t« a latter fr*>m Air Menvhal W A. 
Ourtls, prveviit 4 elnef »f air atafT. 
to former air force ntcmbera. 

Smee ofleiiug lua aervioea aa or* 
ganlarr. Air Manhal Breadnar has 
viAiied iiuea all acruas Uw Uuuuniou 
dlai'uaaing delAila of the aseoclation 
with air fotee veterans In all major 
otritree 

Alter be leaves Vlciorta. Uia atr 
marshal will vtail rentrea In the 



Number of births was 34,937 or disease has dropped from 46J per 



declared everything 



336 per 1.066 populaUon. only , loo.OOO popuJallon to 39 4, with the 

^llghlJy leas than tha aJl-ilme largeal drop being shown during police leU me lhr.<w boys 

record of 1947 1948 irlmlnal type, he decUred 

ProporUtm of aUU birth* dropped LOW INriDLSt r. 1 •««* 

the toul lor 19a being 313 as There was a very low incidence of ‘ OP- 

againat 346 for 1M7. , rcmmuincable dl,*e«e:, Utt iwport The court reduced their sentence! 

The retKjri aald that tlie marriage said. \a lime already spent In custody. I 

rate for 1948 was 1041 per 1.000 ol D’srlng lha year tha number of' 1 

population, and noted that "an ever- deaths from diarrhoea and eniertUs 

increasing proportion of marrlagea was cut by 96 7 per cent from the I) / ^ A V 

are recorded as being performed by'pr»*,|oua year. Ilaw i#/ »• r. Loans 

civil rnniract Instead of by a min- 1 Aeeidcnu Mought death to 639 
uKT ” I peraoru atamst 966 for 1947 111 Ihl 

There wai a decrewse of 10 1 per ! AeeldenUl dMlha In prwportlon to| 1 WO r lanes 
cent Ui the divorce rate during the population, however, showed a light 

pavt year, the number being 1 749 deeltna, from 79.3 per 100.060 In 1947 fwx A lAI 

or 165 9 per 100.000 of population to 799 In Ita I || I I' A |'|a|| 




To C.I’.A. Plan 







II II m r I g r 1' North Star aircraft are being ^ ' 

Heller bets Year In bar I hell; >■» “■ I -**- 

jafeed inauguration of trans-Paciflc ■ J /^l'\ 

Sentenee Dobbie for (:onspiraeyip:r“r.n“:,?- | i cacn 

Kenneih Dribble, 90-yaar-4ild Vte-ianoe company by burning a car and 

The plane. have b*fT. 

torla man. was aentanoed to aUiOolIaeUng the Insurance. Vletor , 

months in OakallalNlwm, and WlJ-lMerrUnan. 991 Fort SUeet. and Mur-' *"^**,**^ C-P A will be used for, » i v. *• »•.<* 1 . m..u- 

h.m Heller 19. 1037 Bull.) Street.lra, BUver. a,«i 39. no m«l addrwa.,' Ummarisahon *urk mer the tv* ^ „ 

. _ . . . . 'routes lo be ealabUalied shortly le-siia—ra* Wfasiae w«u* a«* a#n, -im 

wsa given a slx-munth suspended charged similarly, 'Rave beeu eom-, .... •"* to» ui«a««r* 

aentei.ee on a Joint rhsrge of for irtAllo a higher oourL ' »-ane-w..araoe.' • 4 -m- '“Mt. r.iu- 

aplrary In city police court yeater- 1 ■. ^ ^ ‘ *® ujoipanj in 6.ira«». 

nS»llM.W l Mnntri>Bt 



75c each 



flight lamillarisahon work over the 1 t*oue»»i«*» 

route* lo be ealabUslied shortly le-aiia-ra* w»aet»* w«i»* 

•nS H>» (Ji«a««r* 



te-ane— w**arba»Mr* §«■•. isxrr ruaer* rait« 

eiT 1(1 



aentei.ee on a Joint rhsrge of eon-|,„tt,^ for IrtAllo a higher oourL ' ^ »-ine-w..ara.»^r . s«m- 

aplrary In city police court yeater- 1 ■ f'uaar ■. ^ ^ ‘ *® ujoipany in iiirs.*. 

NERiuiR c flARtit Montreal 

HrUer wa* aei.tenced to on* y»*f 'chsrtw*w«^of*a MrJu^na'^ but ^ ** “ *** *«aai Marti 

at Oakalla on a marge of theft of Boitfiri„aU(in should b<* I? »-sii#-iu-f .r OM* v« i -ii 

ne> on Deicmtwr ti come forward and as- ^ , n. »• oair-J*** i»a». • ^•^***J 

Dobbi, H-IW ih, cto.T, In livlbf <rvbl,nce “** ” 

With conspiring to Jefra'igwnltou^-, explained that he could not Aircrew* are now meivmg ptc- 

- - - ' — -- aar,t«rw.. In I ibn. UmlnaiT ihatrucllod in Vancouver ?*.oet>-vi«*u/^» i««t ar»c.* — 

LahIhIHuD and .Sala of Palnitnga kOP'*' * Ih llK, inii»iirt#il la ••• 6'* 

by Owen and Elimbeth Ooward at «« of I>»M»le because of hla pre- ^11. of ^ or«sr.u* 

the Art Gallery and Studio. 11114 thou* record. complete lamlUariMtlotui of the „ 

Douglas Bi. enirano# through 1 m addrosalng Heller. ^ 

Steveiuons Chocolate Shop. IP 90 Hall aald he waa satisfied that h#]*'"^hg work oo Uie aoutliern route' !•••» K«r« 

to 6 all thU woek. Admission iPe. twas persuaded agslnii hla wUl by ** Aueklaod and 8'dnay ^ ^ » 

the older men Involved in the can*' The 6 935-mile Orient joute lo ms-iiii.h. •■* 

New. t.srgr Hall ready for Heller'a one-year aentence, the Hongkong will be made by way of m, 

parties. merUnga and reeepUona J j„agl.nuat« aald lhat waa the mini- Kodiak. Shemja. Toklq and Bhang- 
Warm, clean, hot water-heated while Ihe 6.999-mllr flight* to; 

office, furnlahed or unfumUhed Magutrale Mall lUted that appU- AuatroUa and New Sealarul wUJ be • 

Redannabl# raiaa. William* Build- cation for parole could be made at a made by way of Ban FrancUkco. 

Ing. 749 Broru ghtoa S t. 14101. ^ fairly early date, and said he would Hawaii. Canton Island. Fiji. Auck- 

A E l.eigb watchmaker form- ■ 601 *t*nd In the way ol parol# being land and Byduey. 
erly at KciUona LW. now located r*nted. He referred to "aiUnuat- 1 I 

I'T'Sr" “■ Bri;;. 0. V,. It rllmurn — 

u r r.. ......... T« 'Iddre^, Mfetinc I ^ 



ie>tise~iii v«»us« n« wua WAua* cut. *• n»«r 
u, Mr lUMt-iMaaf M»rua •■* hu u«a«*t'e 

».aiM-fU'r *r DM* V>a < «n rt.rrMr Oarll»|- 

iatk Uthrea •»* »*• 



Markri- U»*Vi* M«l*a aa4 
lit, Uffhta.ra 

'MJevs-MaaU'a. 1 aM Brar.t — 
ma>' (•HNae'f aa* H>« 
OrabraUa. 

)• jeia— raa*«n«» Vum l«ut(«ma 
— SaiBI aa* B«af W'lb 
lANiwr Has* 

W aaa— Vtatiaa I«| S«aisba«| !■ 
Aia.— Illlaala ia*«a«l aaS- 
Ml. OrabrtUa. 



I ^ YOU'VE WAITED 
TO HEAR ... by 

RCA VICTOR 



Sa lltS— (>« a *>•« Ba«( la t’biat l'*a.aa»~r raSS} MaMla aa* WU 
U.f baalia 

ts avAa-'Wior a tow tibi r«uj«*i Baas Ba«r« at naa'Si'* 
e.irr Ca«a 

sa asaa- A imu a«re r*<a aa»r aabr— ■«»* Marsbi (tb« 

< brv ot.t 

*•'1171 Hnat Itia I It*'. Tka Marai«( ljla>> RaaS-Baj M.Kiklar 
aaS Uit OMX.tlia 

H SU1.«a|r Mf Oa'rltns V«a it tbt f >'*l i«* et fallae-* 

S't Vaaaf aa* Jarb lalbrae 

re RAS— Ob' M« Dailtaf. ra« Uir« i p l« At St«a 
Aafrr* tba Tb.tt bat* 

M-Vfta^ r.tll, Aabr laaar ttlUa Map*; Wap-^StlBf 
aa* Sta) Wllb Pa«aa>? Ba|« 

• ff*’:~La at.ilti !.«*• af Sra.a— Tba fbiat *•## 
ta-KSt — Mattella Antaaa aatettp- erHSr MarUa aM 
Ut, ci(ibt«i<a 

sa evAS— Hj OpB Vrp* l.tia. <‘«tpt>aut aiatbASa Siaaa-* 
Vaa|b« Mttita a*S MU OctAaetia 
r* na«— ir i si«ai a ai»*. Wbar* Wrtti witb lMtT~ 
Vaacbk Mttttt aa* llu Oi.kaalra 

WK MAIL RECORDS ANYWHERE 




B.C Co-operates 

Halvag* CelleeUen for Oak Bay | sa • c v Army d 

Shoal Bay and Uplands. WeooUect||) | UttlflS i/VCr psoplsi 

rags, paper, household mattresses t* gin a a 

“* Annual Trade Fair IS* 



To \Hdresh Meeting 



rags, paper, household mattreaaea 
and all kinds of boUlea. Phone 
E34I3. 



Brig O. O Welbwum. Salvation 
Army divisional aecreiary (or young' 
people* Work. VameAuver, will be- 
gin A aartes of lecturea at 9 o’clock 
tonight in th* Catherine Biretl Sal- 
vation Army Hall 



Lumber 



The Girl tiuidee' Rumnwge Sale, ’Trade and Industry I 

that waa to be held at Prtnee Robert Lmlle H. Bjre* aald yesterday his — — 

House Saturday morning, ha* been 'department la working cloaely with, 
canceled, owing lo poor weather >• national committee In rharge Iipn A V 

conditions. ^ arrangement* for the aeeond Mt-K II A f 

IlniemaUonal Trad* Fell In To* * **-^*» S-e 1 

Womens CanaUw Clik, TUea- 

day. February 9. 3 46 p.m. Empreia, '^res ..id the f^r proj^wi a Hsari Box can 
. JC._Ja unkiuc optNirtuiilty (or memlns 



As Ordered! 



a..KiJ-i -vamtih^ rhin.'^ unique opportunity (or memlns 
Tbd.7 - Sp„k,r: C. a T ,„|J u,„, „uld .H, 



say a lot more 

ValewUnr "Daw - Robert Houaa ,**•» ff®*" ®rtl- ' ****" wordi can 

Saturday. February 11. Modem Oolumbla. convey on Valen 

muak Refreshment* traUsblt I * oo-ordinailng committee 

Tlckeu 60 eenu ewch ! Columbia he* been *et up ‘ 

I In Vancouver. Mr. Eyre* aald. and 

N.*.ia^ w^.u. Rail .^HaKU should bo directed U H Remember Her with 

....-"on, >dtn.,V.n- „„ 

oecaalonal meeUnga. aoclaii or musl- _ box on 

CAIS B 7194 m*am Wtha. ahort watp. hot 



— ' in a baart box on 



CAls R7194 steam bath*, short wav*, hot vai«,iir,.'a rta* 

V get^ou, Ronwm 

repaired while vou wall 6tnAlcrafi ‘”*»»'«^»»*‘>*'"^'‘”»~**'“ , / a , 




V 



Ughtar Repair, 760 Fort Btrwet, ai> 
Kllburgwr'a th* Jeweiera j 

Attenttea! Use couponi now be- 
fore prioce advance For Appoint* | 



Rumwvagv daja. Fubllo Market, i 
Saturday, February 6, la canceled ' 

If Veer Uane la lee gala, Uat It 



mant. phone Empire 3333 Mej-m ' *dth J. H. Whltuime * Oo. Uinlted 
Studio*. 

. Chlrepedlst— n B Caird. D.SC. 

E 9111. EaUUa M. Kellvy. Eat 15 yit Ponberton BuUdlng BI733 
ysara. 101 Royal TYuat Building -- 

Colonies, shortwave, maaaage 



U/jdch'^ 

CANDY SHOP 

745 FORT STREET 
' E 6422 



Rcfrekhoaewla Mad« la Order (eg 
All occasions, large or small Phooe 
Mim E. Inasa. B ItgS 

AltentlMi! WaJtca’ Kay Shop ra- 
meved to Pandora Ave„ opposite 
B.CK. Btu Depot 



woe D— SPECIAL-WOOD 

100 card* 19-lnch aemi-dry wned. Easy to handle end ea^ lo 
split . . . Owed (or kltchan, kindling, iornaca and heater B*ThO 
BIO 3-CORD LOAD Only • 

WHOLESALE FUEL 



DRUM HEATERS 

Good Steel Drum Furnaces, Without Legs. 
Each, fl5.50 

With Lega, Each. $18.00 
Delivered in Two-Mile Circle 

A Few Combination Heater and Oven 
Small Ranges 

— also — 

DRUM INCINERATORS 

At S4.00 Each 

For Your Shortage — See Our Surplus 

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760 TOPAZ 



PHONE 02451 



LLTIfF 



ALEIRTA COAL 



16.75 Per Ton 



14.85 Per Ton 



6I04i 

Cenwersnt 

Street 



ACME FUEL « 



Hull Is Our IHedjj^e... 

Whether it > sc.vnthng for lhat liig 
construction job or tho»e boards you 
need for the kitchen shetvef, every 
order that goei mit from Crowe. Con- 
nason yards i* riglit . . . S’re. 
.'ini"Unt, quality, it’s checked iiiid 
checked again. Vmi are akktfl if 
xou're Natisfied before vou accept dc* 
livery . . . and ajfain you may tliiim 
error or ^liortages within geven dayk. 
It’g perfect protection for Crovc, 
Conna.s'm cuitomeri. 



Whatever You Need — 

Fen repost to 
Flooring 

The dtmcnstoB, the amount, the quality 
you need in'Ifimber. *a<h. door*, mfmldinp^ 
and ipecial order material. 



FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE— OPEN EVERY WEEKDAY 
SATURDAYS, 9 TO 1 AND 2 TO 4 P.M. 



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G 2434 . G 8441 



Alberta footless COAL 

LUMP. 8T0VK. NUT AND STOKER 
POR QUICK DELIVERY 

Call (or Our Itoker Inetmctlow B ook If Yo« Have 
tteker Troubles 

Alberta (Viotorii) Coal Co., Ltd 

0 an 009 FORT STREET E ai 



2324 

Government 

Street 



Crou/i;, 




Call 
£ 7141 



CO. LTD. 







I 




OPENING 

HOUR 



No Thom or Mall Orders Pleai 



EVERY PURCHASE GUARANTEED 100 



SATISFACTORY ^ OR YOUR IHONEY REFUNDED WITH A SMILE! 



Mr. Therteult will bt tn Vktoiiw 
Petmi«ry >0 ajid 31. occuntlnc to 
council onnouncun^nt., 

Club ofltrcr* fur the IMS term 
wUi be' PrrMdrnl. Hedley, for 



>Ai,u»r1u..-D«n prn. for d«d. M C„_. 

tone on tIUU olloirt Help youneif " * 1 1 iTfT I > tl 1 1 1 ^ 

end others U> ifet correcl penpecthre ■« ■ . 1 1 1 1 

Pebruary 19 to Merch 30— iPtocoii 
— B« quick to tM)te choose* In out- 
look' and oplmonj in your loca.r ’ trntnrrt br *n 

Shun rumor -monserins, Idle challer luldrf* from O TherUull. n«Ucnal 
Plannins ahead— Good for soclw* srereury of the PederaUon of Ped- 
bUity. entertaimns etc Eveuitur* rral Ciril ServanU. were made at a 
of February 7, S;*daytunr of ®. 14; ine«.iinj of the Victoria «)oe and 
evenlpi* of 15. 17, 30. 23. 23. 36. 34 council of the ci»U *er\anU 

•ItsKsaea ar CaesoOdaied Oswi fssiur** nrosnlaaLKUi 



Ortober 23 to Noseniber 31— 
<8curplo>— Dtaplay a tolerant at- 
Utude toward the upa and down* 
of other*. Be *elf'reUam and dutiful 
November 23 to Drccisbcr 31'— 



July 33 Uj Aucuet 23 -'Leoi— Hew 
U. the ‘’stralchl and narrow" today; 
apply youraeU to work and duty 
don't become deadlockad by frlcUon Take It easy, follow the trend, 
or tenae feeiinf*. Aufuat 33 to September 23— (Vlr> 



22 Sataraay, Fcbraary 5, 1 M« {J||p jOutl^ CHolOttiB! 



Daily ,\strolo^ 



rather keep occupied with taaki ckiec 
at hand. Rcetrlci expeodJUirea. 



Pur a wake on the urt* W» be rSajirramBi Ornn let anetherir 



l>ook for yewr b!f»b'1a'.e and binb 



Ixiok into Uunga. father facU and «hort> tempered or foot-looac today trouble* divert you; 
Information. Make cood on prevtou* Allow for revUlons In prugram perplexiUea that may 
mifUkeo: complete ta«lu at hand September 83 to October 22—, December 22 to J 
Jur>e 21 to July 22-<Cancer>— <Llbra>— Don't look to other* for <Caprtcom>- Youll * 
Keach an underatandtos on con> monetary backlit or repaymeiU rein today. Guard yc 
templaied move* and coaU. Take You may have to make coud on a Watch dancer aifnah 

bill or loan. I January 30 to F< 



spire; do not force laeue* today, but Vrata your advamage today but lujthlog on faith 



lnc«rporst«4i 



The BAY’S 
FEBRUARY 



iv/in srniw 



Reg. 2.95 to 4.95 ELECTRIC TOASTERS 
M) Only for early shopper*! Two-slice styles in 4 
chrome finish . . . Kuaranlcc<l elcmenl * 

Housewares. Third Floor 

Reg. 2Sc "Fire King^* PIE PLATES 

Famous Uven r.Ussware with molded pattern. 4 C** 
inches in diameter, L 4 inches deep. 100 only, each I w 

China. Third Flo(»r 



SAMPLE HATS. 4.98 and 5.98 Values 

Fine fell* m all the pi.»inilar styles! l.ii^ht ^ ft ft 
'priiig shades and blatk. Limited (luanlity.. WaOO 

Millinery, Second Floor 

“Subs’’ of Cclanese VOILE PANELS 

V Us»>ed as "seconds” because of slight variations in length 
< lyster and rhatnpagne shade*. O QQ 

to inches wide. 2’’i yards long. Pair OaOW 

^ Draperie*. Fourth Floor 

Special! HOT WATER BOTTLES 

Special pufcha'C »»f red rntitrrr hot water bottles ftft^ 
that would normally sell at twice this price. Each wO 

Drug Sundries, Street Floor 

Reg. 2.98 BOXED STATIONERY 

All g..<Kl «{uahl>, reduced because of slight soilings QQ< 

Matching paper and envelope*, la»x - wO 

Stationery, Street Floor 

Subs” of 1.65 NYLON HOSE 

slight factory defect* that won't harm the goo<l look* 
or wear' New spring shades, si*e* 8 'j to II. Pair ■ w 

Hosiery, Street Floor 



Yarn-Dveci ^ orsledl 



• Young Sliorlh, StouU, IVutiirulti nnd 

Tails! 

• Single un«l Doiihle-BrraHirf! Slylen! 

• Fancy Siripcs in (ir<‘y, Bro>sii, Blue! 

l'v*r a smart suit btiy ibal saves you inonrv , . . this 
is it! First quality fabric . . . expert tailnrinp . . . 
a size ami color rani;e lo stiii ym ... a price that * 
easy on your budget ! Come in . , . choose today! 
Sizes 36 to 44. 

' Men’s Clothing, Street Fh*or 



While Broadelolh 
and Sport 






Wool Mixtures w ^ 

Sizes 10 to 12 

Woo) mixtures in first and «ub«tandard qualities! Some 
"cushion-^ole” anklet* included in group! Wine, blue, 
white, grey. yePow and brown in plain shade* and fancy 
patterns. Come in early . . . clKH)fie several pair* at 
this bargain price? 

Men's Furnishing*. Street Floor 



high gloss 

enamel 



SlBSiANDAKIKS 



Imported pre.^hnink broadcloth*, 
first quality, would sell fctr 5 00. 






■peel*! Purchai* of a Well-Known 1.7S Per Quart Lin*. 
High GIom Enamel — Drie* in 4 Hour* — Quart 



Preshrunk broadcloth and spun 
rayon sport shirt*, first quality, 
would sell for 4.95 *nd 6.00 



Wonderful for walls and woodwork ... is easy to mead, dries in 4 hours 
to a high gloss, washable finish! Ivory, white, green and blue. 

Paints, Third Floor 



ALL AT ONE LOW PRICE OF 



Pure white broadcloths with soft Windsor or regular fused 
attached collar ... a few plain shades and fancies, too! 
Comfortable sports shins with the Telezorbant hntsh that 
guarantees washing. Grey, bamboo and sandune shades. 
White in sites 14 to 17. Sport shirt* in sizes 14 to \6*/i. 
Shop early . . . take advantage of this bargain today I 

a " 

Men’s Furnishing*, Street Floor 



Refiular 2.*)H Ironing Uoanh 

Better quality, full size, well braced, 4-leg style. ^ 

tapered end. SPECIAT. 4 



Wash Boards 



Clothes Driers 



Ribbed ftaM with aosp holder. Sm«->oih 
))r Aniihed, itandard tifc. CO' 

Limited quaniHy, e*ch - wO 

Junior size, 



Smoothly finiihtd, well hrared. colUpi 
iblc-to-the-floor ty|>e. Fir« 0 1 G 
quality, ipcciat — — „ - . ••• • G 



Combination Sandwich Toaster and 
Waffle Irons 

Toasts, cook* waffles, double for a frying pan. 4 4 QO 

Complete with heat indicator. Reg. 14.95. SPECIAL I I •00 

Housewares. Third Floor 



TAN. SIDELACED OXFORDS! 

BURGUNDY GHILLIE TIE OXFORDS! 

BROWN BROGUE OXFORDS! 

BURGUNDY MONK STRAPS! 

4 Popular Stylet at One Low Price 

The kind of shoes you’d willingly pay much more for! All arc fine quality 
and offered at this low price only hecaase of a chain-wide purchase! Side 
leather uppers, Goodyear welt consirticlion, Panolene soles and rubber heels! 
Come in early . . . tiy them on , . . see for yourself the outstanding value of 
these shoes! Sizes 6 t6 12, 



STORE HOURS; 9 A M. to 5 P.M 
Wednesday, 9 A.M. to 12 No«i. 



PAIR 



INCORPORATtD Sr* MAY I67<X 



Men’s Shoes, Street Floor 



THE BAYS LARGE PARKING LOTS Geared of Snow, for Easy Parking 





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